Dayton Daily News from Dayton, Ohio on June 7, 1946 · 9
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Dayton Daily News from Dayton, Ohio · 9

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J 8 FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1946 THE DAYTON DAILY NEWS PAGE NINE PImUm House I nion Fleets New Officers MONTREAL, June 7.-IB-Ralph Hellitein uaumed the pree-ide? of the United Packing Muve Workers of America (CIO I today, after hit election by M claniatiun at yetterday'i smrioii of the union convention here, and told a preaa conference that hit union would negotiate with meat packing firms fur "new demanda" in the "next few montha." He did nut npicifs wlut tin tie mends would be. Lawia J. Clark, who declined to eeek re-election at provident, waa named swreUrv ir.-aaurer mid Frank Ellis and Philip Wight man returned as ice prenidnte. MM t r i it i rfi i ii i ii i u j As proof that good things com in small packages, wt offer our newly-arrived group of junior-lit summer dresses. On look and you'll exclaim "It's half-pint heaven. " Butcher rayons, cottons, iheeri, print . . . one-piecers, two-plecers, casuals, date dresses , . . everything your junior heart longs for. And all of them scaled to your petit figure. And the price scaled down, tee $1095 Others $7.90 to $24.95 Spent 55 Yearg In Hrvad Plant Retiring after 65 year of eerv-l ice with the Certified Baking Co., Louie Miller. 78, of 1313 Holly avj ia to be honored at a testimonial ' dinner at H:M p. m. Friday in the Silver Foreat room of the Miami hotel. Charlea D. Brooke, general man ager of the firm, will preaide at the dinner. eMWPPPW CtrtMf leciai Probe Of Blaze At LaSaUe CHICAGO, June 7. The l.aSalie hotel fire diaaater came under further official acrutmy today ai a coroner'a jury waa summoned for an Inquest and city councilmen were called for a special meeting. Ai the two groups prepared to meet, city, fire and police department officials went ahead with their investigations to determine the source of the flaah fire in the big Loop hotel Wednesday morning. Many relatives of the 59 persons who lost their lives in the fire were expected to be witnesses at the inquest The Siith victim waa Miss Opal Sweat, 19, of Tampa, fla., who died last night in a hospital. The others perished in the hote lor died soon afterward in hospitals. Only an unidentified male torso remained at the ! morgue. Rivers. Harbons Bill i Sent To Senate WASHINGTON, June 7. ;-A hefty rivers and harbors bill went to the Senate today with only one scar from a House fight over big projects. The billion dollar authorization passed the House late yesterday minui only one major project despite loud demands for drastic curtailment of federal commitments during the postwar reconversion period. The $82,300,000 Big Sandy River (Ky., W. Va., and Va.) canalization proposal fell before the economy drive even though Rep. May (D. Ky.) pleaded fervently for approval of the project which the House turned down hv annrovintr i - i r t i an amenumeni in nep. I'onuero (R.'Mieh.). Earlier this week, Don- dero told the House that efforts would be made to delete several major items. Municipal Airport May Have Catering Trans World Airlines engineers are surveying facilities at the Dayton Municipal airport in contemplation of the establishment of a food catering service for TWA planes, it was disclosed Friday. Costs of the project are estimated at between $45,000 and $55,000. I Current plans call for the con- version of a hangar at the field into a catering unit, or the building of a separate structure. Dayton is one of six cities on the national TWA route which services planes with food. Milk Mixture For Stomach Ulcers A recent medical tlacovert ocw D1ni dM by doctor end boapltala everywhere oaa proven uouaually eucceasful 1 the treatment of atomaeti ulcere earned trot, ezceee acid. It la narmleea preparation yet to effective that tn many the pallia of atomach ulcere dleappeat almoei ttcmedlately after It l need. Alto noon mended for aa pain, tndlfeetlon and oeartburn due to hyperacidity. Sufferer, may now try tola at bom by obtaining bottle of Lurtn from their drufgiet. Lurtn noi.lttr. una new duwovery tn It purer form. Xaay to take. Juet mil two teaapooo tula Id a bait glaaa of milk. Oot but Htm fry a bottle. It muat eatlety at money refunded. Lurln for aale by d t tor For Roosevelt Film Part Is Hunted HOLLYWOOD, June 7.-4- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio it looking for an actor to portray the lata President Kooaeveit In the film "Tlie Beginning or the End," now being cast. The studio aaid yesterday the Hooaevrlt family did not approve Lionel Harrymore for the role, ascribing no reason. M-G-M also is seeking an actor to portray I'reaident Truman, who will appear in the film in connection with the atom hiniil development. Russians Grateful For Help Of I MRA MINSK, June 7. MO Constan-tine I. Loetovtky. in charge of distribution of relief auppliea in this region, today expressed grati-tude to CMtRA on behalf of tlte people of Byelorussia for 68,000 tons of foodstuffs and other auppliea that have I.. i , . cl Inn Loatovsky spoke at a foreign correspondents press conference at which Kutnta R. Klselev, Byelorussian fur. . n miniatei, said the country vhm in need of trac tors, fata and oils, at well machinery for reconstruction, "The Germans destroyed one half of the wealth of the Byelorua-aian government and the people are very gratified by I'NRRA's help and we hope the flow of gooda will be improved and we gel a full program during 194(1," he said. ni'BLIN.-When the first ship-! meul of bananas to arrive in nx years reached Eire the fruit waa, so green it had to be ttored in heated ripening roomi while the banana-hungry people waited Impatiently. Makers Of Policy ill Miss Vinton WASHINGTON, June 7. President Truman 't lateat admin-istrahon re thuffle taket out of the select inner circle of White House policy makers on of his cnier justice, the I resident placed hit long-time Congressional friend in a position where he rannot very will lend further counsel on an suhject which miaht later come to the nation's hia-hast tribunal decision. Mr Trnmin tit a MaeV wa ......a . . eaiaiwatl iron niHr git ft 1 of the way he hat come to lean on Vinson, SecreUry of State Byrnes and others among hia Intimates.1 Nor has ha made any attempt to cover up the difficulties he has en-! countered in finding men for top federal Joha. Thus his elections yesterday his inner circle. It was his second promotion for Vinson, and the third for Reconversion Direr-tor John W. Snyder, his friend for nearly a quarter of a century, whom he Vu nominated to succeed HITCH IN -A queue for ciirum-bera outside a Hitchin, England, grocery contained 1800 people. For Rtti,r Vision Mski bit Dtition SI L DR. R. N. 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