B. Miller Sworn in As Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization
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B. Miller Sworn in As Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization

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Watson B. Miller, formerly Federal Security ministrator, was sworn in today as Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization a brief ceremony in the office of Attorney General Tom Clark. The oath was ad##stered by Justice Raymond B. Keech of the U.S. District Court. Miller succeeds Carusi, who has been appointed special assistant on displaced persons problems to Assistant Secretary of State for Occupied Areas.Members of a Congressional sub-committee on the International Refugee Organization are sailing tomorrow on the Queen Mary for Europe to study the problem of dis?ced persons. They will return to the United States by Oct. 7.

The group will cover the U.S. occupied areas as well as the principal countries Europe, including Poland and Czechoslovakia. It is composed of Congressmen James Fulton of Pennsylvania, Jacob K. Javits of New York, Frank Chelf of Kentucky and ##eph L. Pfeifer of New York.

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