The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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PAGE TWELVE Tobin Thinks Farmers Should Use American Labor Before Mexicans MEMPHIS W — The Secretary of Labor thinks fanners shouldn't press for foreign workers until they have tried all available American field hands. Maurice J, Tobin, in n news conference at Municipal Airport last night, said: "We think Hint with the help of tiie Farm Placement Service and the attraction ol fair \vnge» and decent working conditions, fp.rmers can round up enough American farm workers to do a substantial part of the job." If there aren't enough workers *o go around, he added, then the department will turn ngnin to "our friends in Mexico to help us with Carrier Boxer Back to Korea TOKYO —The American alrcnUt, carrier Boxer returned to Korean waters yesterday for her third tour of combat duty, the Navy said today. The Boxer's last Korean tour lasted from March to September. 1951. the Job." Negotiations with Mexico concerning a new agreement under which Mexican labor can be Imported will bcBln with two weeks •'somewhere in the United States " he said. Tobin nnd W. Stuart Symington farmer Air Force Secretary, now n Missouri candidate for U. S Senator, motored to Kcnnctl, Mo Both of (hcin addressed the Missouri Cotton Producers Association convention today. BI.yTHKVir.LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWB ... n.lional debt, and it lokcs 22-and-onc-haTf feet ol naner ?rf S I ' I4t ,!? ortra 5' s lhe «7 bllllor. dollar M " drm ' tthc '^ °' ™"<"'»?Z£X™« ™™* tn ' Radar May Help Weatherman Soon CHICAGO (/PI— Radar may f»on be aiding weather forecasters by spotting distant rain clouds and thus help predict sudden storms. The Public Service Co. of Northern ' Illinois nnd 'Commonwealth EdUon Co. are co-operating with the Chicago weather office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In rndar experiment. Tt is hoped by Dimmers of the scheme to be able to determine location, density, altitude anil direction of clouds to supplement other rneterological data, Boy Chess Wonder foitnd in Spain SEVILLE, Spain (IP,— Scvlllliuu »ere always proud of their blill- flghlers but now they claim Spain's youngest chess player, too. Andresllo Garcia Qucsnda has not yet turned ! and he can't read or write, but his chess plnying is known throughout the country. He's the son of n local barter who taught the boy to play chess six months ago. "In seven days lie learned everything T know. Since then Andresito has consistently beaten me," the barber says. Little black-eyed Andrcsilo h as defeated the top players of this city.. The boy snys he hopes to become world champion some dav. Read Courir.r News Classified Ads MALIK'S A SKETCHWacob Malik, Russian delegate to the UN, unwittingly "sat" for this sketch by United States dolccatc Benjamin Cohen. Cohen caught the fleeting impression of the Russian spokesman during debate at n Security Council disarmament meeting in New York rFIN-WORHS \ MAY BE f A FAMILY AFFAIR njentinc iwtaj t'tcli nrc often td]Ul« ligns <,! Pin-Worm. uBlr parasite lhal incJir.i] oxpirtsair i»nj ««minc<l. Entire fSmffit'i may be vklims and nol fenoir it. To net rid ot Pin-Worm. !>,„<. J"» !»»it not only r» HIM. tat ' h ?>' !l « "id mulliplj-. Thars e" ncuj- wriHt Jarnt! e 1».W lablcls da ...anahert'shawtheydoit: Finl—a. scientiric coatinjr rar- Jira the tabfeta into t!ic bowels ]•*. lore they dissolve- Tnrn —J.ync'a modern. BiediCAlly- arprovc j j^. Krcdjci;! KK , rich t to «ork-fo«s Pm-Worma Quickly »nd easily. Don't take ch.nc-es «ilh thi, oans«rous, hichly contagious con *lion. At the first si>n o! 1'in- worms. jufc y ?ur drocsrist I o r I COTTON SEED 30 tons, DPL Saved from foundalior, rcprl. subject lo cerltflcntion. Ctrmi- nallon 93-;. 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