The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 28, 1947
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PAGt THO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 19-17 JlirV DiOS •• " Nationaj Real Estate Boards Indicted on ftate-Fixing Charges Sons °^ ^land Headhunters Seeking More Pay from British B YFKED (United Prrt? Stiff Correspnnde lit) WASHINGTON; Aug. 28. <UP)— A federal grand Jury here was read;. today to dig into new aspects of current high housing costs,The grand jury yesterday indict- F;)I Kamis. Avis. 28. (Up) also has a militant section on Crls- scc'ins to ie trouble it) , loval Islund. Oil the Nortliwes', corner of Gu.iU- ?:lciinal a native republican movement was repotted. Its lender. Bcla- malangu, was reported in prison. Norl's program called Tor larger communities and the migration of natives to coastal areas where lie --'I'hc-iv paradise. , , 'Reruns frcsii the Solomon ]s- Saiids—called the . piradise of ilic South £.':\s—said that Ihe -sons pi !!'.<> old hc.idlnmlcrs have been on a sit-down strike for a whole year a-'tt (hat. 7.0:o natives have met at Malaita to discuss conversion of the sit-down into something more live — possibly an ' indepsndet movement. Ths jungle natives want n 1.20D | per cpiu i»ci'cas:i in \vages to start tnc hoped to establish schols and hos- P" pif.ils. He was cakl to ognwsc mlli- lary action against the nhtlsh. on ed the National Association of <ne:'.l | with and a European diet like the Estate Boards and its t'ocal affiliate on charges of criminally can- spiring to fix uniform commission rates 0:1 real estate sales. , Clark and his aides were tightlipped about their plans (ov the ttexi phase of the grand jury's housing investigation. ,But the jury's authority permits it to look into every phase of real estate operation, including new construction and the supply ol building materials, to sec if high costs stem from anti-trust violations. Officials have Indicated the fu'l : task is too big for one jury. Ti'.o work, they said, probably will b? spread among other panels throughout the nation depending on lo-rtl jurisdiction over the aspect of tlvs subject under iuquliy. Blamed for IDgli Costs Clark meanwhile sought through the civil anti-trust suit to break up a national front what he called il- ,JegaV agreements to fix uniform .commission rates, which he said iwcrc "definitely" linked to high hcus- 'ing costs. ', Should lie be successful in getting ithe type of injunction against such •agreements he seeks in this case, 'the government would be able to 'apply it to real estate agents aucl .organizations throughout the entire 1 The .National 'Association of Ilcnl 'Estate 'E-jards is made up of sonio , I28.COO real estate brokers in all parts of tVie country who belong to some 8C3 local real estate boards. its main office is in Chicago. '. Tte Washington ...board has ^ membership of about 210 brokers op- virating in the District of Columbia. 1 The grand jury's criminal indict- jr.ent named no indivi'diial officers or members of the two. organizations. The civP. suit, however, eti as co-defendants Herbert TJ. Nel£011, executive vice-president of the National Association and 15 directors and members of the Washington Real Estate Board, . ' \ Hiked. ;ijrokci's'. Commissions . flhe grand-Jury -indictment charged that the alleged conspiracy to fix rates hnd'.exlste'd for'many years jmd had'.resufje^a. lij'clifiifnntlari of compeUtfojijuid'ttn'Tricrcnsc In brokers' coiiynissicn QjiOiousirig sales of bctwcrji 25 and 50 per cent. • 'Rates Were-Said to be five per Cent on Wles'up-to ^M.OOp and 10 per cent Ori (hose 1 abDVe. . . Assistant Attorney General John R Somiett, head of the Justice De• parlinent's Anil-Trust'Division, said {he effect."of'the alleged agreement pn commission rate.i was especia'ly rburdwisonie" on the public at this lime in view of the heavy turn-over in dwellings. • The anti-trust suit was the fourth ' jiled in recent weeks by Clatk. He previously-filed suits charging monopolistic practices against tire man- ufKctnrei's,-: the -colored film industry and makers of brake-linings and clutch lacings. ; The iPideral : Tr'adc ..Commission, joining in the'.admmistration's anti- liigh price drive.-has-filed a complaint against the American Iron iv: Steel Institute and its iOO-odil mem- beis charging a conspiracy to fix and maintain high prices. they Imil while American forces were in the is'.iuids — canned meal, biscuits, susav, tea uncl other "luxuries," 'irie natives have organized what" is ciUkd "'.l:e marching rule" and are tiril.liijj with spears and bloiv- I pipes. Sa Im. no vi-jleiife lias ucen rcpcitcd. Driiish authorities iKft'o denied reports brought, by American airmen tltU tlie natives have declared war en the British and were readying war canoes for an assault across an 8C-mile channel on Guadalcanal. J. F. Ni?hol, ncllin; rornmissioner in the \\'L'.stcrn racilic, \\i\\ confer wilh C. Nc^l, camini.'sionor v^f tin- Sr-L-iuin 1 ;, about Lin. 1 unrest which was aciinitfrd to "be ;;i)readin^ in both the £:)ljmons and Now Hu- andis. 'I in' "niiuching rule 1 " was de- scribee) us .sort of a "jungle trade unicn." It is the force behind th ( : sltdown ftrite whlrh luis brought cc])!'a ]M't:ducti^n to a.virtual stanc!- s:ih :u:ct left billions of cocoannts i rotlin:; on the ground. I Only a fev. hunttrod natives were ! said ID i:e wcrkin^ in the industry I which employed fi.COO before the war Tlir- workers demand that tlielr i?ay be lai.siTl to 12 pounds a month. The "marching; rule." led by a M.llftitu native named Nor!, was said to have a membership of mode-rate native leaders, but that it The government has agreed to a ICO per cent wai;e increase Iwl • natives were holding out for 1200 gicrcent. , To Attend Cancer Meet ! Oil Discovery Reported I npCK, Aug. 28. (UP) — The clean of the University of Ar- kunsas School of Medicine will go to St. Louis to attend a meeting of the International Cancer Research Coins I ess. Hi. IJpnjmnln II. Wells said yes- tcrct:iy the trip wi.l be mmle in !(!>•_" will) the school's plan to in- iriase its facilities for cancer diagnosis, research, and treatment. The mi'eting Is scheduled for Sept. 4. He said he liopes-to "exj>loi'e the possibilities" of Increasing teachln;; luuctlans at the metilcal scliool qnd negotiate for visiting lecturers dining the winter months. Oil and gas arc produced in 1100 fields in IC(i counties of Texas. -Ark., Aug. 28. • UP)— J. J. Jordan ol El Dorado, a member of Ihe Arkansas Oi 1 , and Gas Commission was expected in | Fayettcvire today to make an in- ] spfi':tion of a new oil well in the I region. I The announcement that oil had j b.'cn discovered :tl Gcorgcton by | 11. D. Whitcley, Payetteville automobile dealer, was made yesterday. Wli4tcley said oil began to now from the well Saturday after It had been drilled to a dcgith of CCO feet. II < MONARCH Sand and gravel in the gizzard j act as millstones and take the place j • of tcefh in aiding birds to digest Read Courier News Want Atts. Wm. FRASER Plumbing & Heating Co. Now Hqndting Commercial Refrigeration Walk In Coolers • Reach In Boxes .Meat Display Cases • Frorcn Food Boxes Limited Supply Oil Space Heaters 1 East Cherry Phone 2-122 Grasshoppers, served as food China, are known as "shrimps . the earth." lirtuulcast: August JO, 19/7 '/> cup 1'et Milk 2 cnpj i*ar*»! f j That's all you do —add water, form the rolls 1 and pop 'em in the oven! OMAR WONDER | .MIX gives you the tastiest, teniiercst Hot j Rolls your family ever enjoyed. Quick . . . (.easy.:, simple as opening the box! 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