The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 20, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 20, 1947
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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS President in New Mote to Aid DPs ,",, ' Personnel Changes Made to Expedite •Survey of Problems r > ' vW ASHING TON, Aug. 20. (UP)— President Truman in a" renewed nt- ' tack on the "critical" problem of - Rirope's displaced persons shifted Rxieral Security Administrator Watson 13. Miller yestcVday to'tile pbst of commissioner of immigration and naturalization. Mr.'i Trirtn'an moved the present immigration commissioner, Hugo OarusI, Jo the Stale Department where he will survey the whole field of displaced persons' problems. The President named Oscar Ross Ewing, Neu r York lawyer and former assistant chairman of the Democratic National Committee, to succeed Miller. . . The three-way shift was' announced .by -white House frcss Se- eictary Charles G. Ross who said it was aimed at n renewed effort to solve tlic problem of displaced persons. . ... Ross declined to' 'speculate on ivhat additional steps the administration might be planning. •Mr. Truman earlier liad asked Qoneress for legislation opening immigration doors to many displaced 'persons,'but'Congrtss filled to act: The shifts are effective immediately. - .... The appointments of both Miller and Ewing, however, are subject to Senate, confirmation when Con. gress reconvenes'in. January.' ;ln a tetter to Miller, Mr. Tinman described the problem of .displaced .. persons 'as "critical" ancl added, '"the conscience of the natio'n has ' been moved by the tragic plight o! these persons," Leave for Rio Defense Conference WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 194? CIO Auto Workers Settle Dispute; Win Wage Boost 'DETROIT. Aug. 20. <UP> — An official of the CIO -United Auto Workers Union announced settlement yesterday of n dispute \vhlcii has idled 7,000 employes of Murviij Corporation of America, imporlan automobile parts supplier, since July 53. ' -Lloyd Jones, president of Munnj UAW Local -2, said the conipan; agreed to irnnt the union Immunity ' from penalty provlsio'ns-of, lli< Tuft-Hartley labor law, give f>m ployes a flat 15-cent hourly pnj increase, and eliminate wage inc qultles between plants' here niic in fielding, Mich. He said details of the agrcemcn would be disclosed later. The settlement .paved the wa; for return to'other-jobs of worker who have been Idle 28 days In UK UAVV's first Tiiajor'bid Tor a "John L. Lewis" clause by-passing some parts or the nqw labor law. Tentative agreement • on that point earlier cleared the path for negotiators seeking a common ground • on other 'issues. The Murray strike had cut off a' flow of bodies iind frames to major .auto makers including the Eord Motor Company and Chrysler and. Studeb'aker Corporations. It had Idled as many ns 72.000 workers- at the three companies. Ford recalled Jls idled employes last week, but continued to op. erate on Ti limited schedule because of a shortage of parts. 'resident Truman bids farewell lo secret nry tor Arthur Vnndcnberg. and Wairi'ii Anil In or (he Inter- Aincricirn Uofc-n.w rjiiiil'eruicT relephoto.) uoi'cc C. Murshsill. Hen- they leave Wiisiilnjjton Hio tic 'jnneiro. <NK,i Alaskan Land Is Opened for Homesteading "WASHINGTON, A.ll|{. 20. (UP) — Secretary of Interior J. A. Kruy yesterday opened for hoincxteadini; 45,000 acres of farm land in Alaska's Malanuska Valley. Tiie most any claimer can get is ICO acres. The most he has to pay is $16 in application fees nnd commission charges. Veterans will have first choice. They can start filing applications Del. 17; l\w general public next Jan. 15. Settlers cannot move in until six months after their applications are approved. Krus said that Hie area, 15 min- ules by air from Anchorage, was opened "lo meet increased demands for public land for homcstcading In the valley." Another part of the valley was opened In 11)35, The land In the Wasllla-Qoosc liny region is accessible by. water, rail, highway and air. It is 18 miles by road from Palmer, headquarters city of (he Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corp., farm cooperative project. KriiB said persons 'planning If, settle in this region practically Florida Sells Interest In Circus for $1,250,000 TALLAHASSEE. Pla., Aug. 20. iUP] — Litigation over the John Rinallni; Estate ended today when Hie Slate of Florida sold its Inter- t-!,t lo n .syndicate headed by scions of the circus magnate for $ 1,250.000. The offer by John and Ida Ring- l'm'4 -North, executors of the estate, doubled a previous bid of it560,000 for .state-owned assets, including one-third interest in the Ringling Brothers, Harnum and'Bailey Oir- imist start from "the ground up lor there is no housing available and very little of the land has been cleared." LIKE GOLDEN BROWN FRIEP FOOD THAT'S DIGESTIBLE TOO Grocery Soles Running Ahead Of 1946 Figures ; WASHINGTON. 'Aug. 20 (UP) — Wholesale grocery shies in June i •were 12 per cent higher- than in June, 1946, and nine per cent higher than May of this 'pear, the coni-. merce Department said today. . June sales totaled $7H,000,000, up $78,COO.COO • f rom June, 1916, and up $58.COD.OOD from May. Sales for the first half of this year were seven per cent higher than the corresponding period last year. Sales during the second quarter were five per cent higher than the like perion last year. Insulin, a diabetes remedy, has teen found to be a good tonic and weight bufider. K Weak, Run-Down FedingbOften That The Red-Blood Is Getting Low If yon flo not reel like sour real aelf, do not have the urge to be up and dolnf, why not check-up on your blood atrength?.Look at the palms ot your band*, your fingernail!, your II pa. the lobea of your ear*—are they pale and off color? . *rery day—every hour—millions ot tiny nd-blood-cella must pour forth from the marrow of your bone* to re- Waee thoae that are worn-out. A low blood count may affect you in acveral wayi: no appetlte.r underweight, no energy, a run-down condition, lack of fcemtance to Infection and dlseaie. To crt real relief you muat keep up your blood rtrtntth. If edloal authorities. by anatyala ot toe blood, ban by poal- UTC proof shown that 8SS Tonic ia •maifinly effectlTe, In building up low Mood Mrenftti In non-orKanlc nutrl- ttacal anemia. Thl< u due to the 888 Tonic formula which contains special «nd nuliM actlTatim to«r»dlente. '*»»».••» Tbolc help* you enjoy the «5WwaCff«£SE CTOly too mtM or acantr—o»a> O* «um- 2* WUl hare Itttla eaoaa to let balky >m> aaa. bloat and (tn off that «ov Dont wattt Bottom j " — d^art^i 1 a thy color flow tn > fill am hollow i of bottle) nid. <Mt a ttss?-~- 406 W. Main Phone 591 DOLLAR BUYS AT WARDS COMPLETELY NEW RIVERSIDE DE LUXE TIRES 19 95 H jf— Ftd. Tux ftlia Col Wards NK\V, l)'o.llcr-lhan- OVPI-, I)K M1XK Hiversirlo Tirps! Their llatler (read (nils more rnli- l>er on the roail... give you more lire milougr. Only SI.50 a week linys you four G.(10-16 liivorsiile 1>K I.liXK tires. Slop in ;ml L'el a Fd :it your noiirljy Wauls i-lnrn toihiv! . an 11-acre tract near the museum, The word "hierrial" refers to Besides the cash settlement Flor- all willed to the stale by the late wlirteV. • a will be the Ringling museum j circus magnate. id home, which has old mauler •> lutings valued at $I3.0CO,000, and I Read Courier News Want Ads. 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