The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 16, 1949
Page 10
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PAGB TEK BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COtmfER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1949 Reuther Says Ad ministration Aware oi Unemployment Rate And Plans 'Corrective Steps' WASHINGTON. June 16. Wi— Walter P. Reuther, president of 'th« CTO United Automobile Work- era, said yesterday that the iutmin- IfttratEon (s aware of the unemployment problem and "will push aggressively for rnneclivc steps." Ruether told White House reporters he discussed with President Truman the over-all economic situation and the need for prompt find aggressive povcrnmont action to deal with what he tailed the "seriously growing problem of unemployment,"' Rtiether's call on the President came soon after ft reporter's interview with Senator Lucas of Illinois, the Democratic leader, in which Lucas said the people had belter quit gabbing about a depression or they may talk themselves into one. Ruethers did not .say \vhnl step? he believed the administration would take, but expressed the belief there will have to be some legislation. As one way- to mil men to work. Ruether suggested to the President that pending housing legislation be backed up with a mass production plan under which idle shipyard and other facilities in War Assets A ministration storage sheds would be utilized. He predicted that the public housing measure which the House rules committee gave floor clearance yesterday will be passed if It comes to a vote in the House. "I might po back to 1933 and repeat the words of Franklin D, Roosevelt to suy that 'The only thing we ha\c to fear is fear itself —they are just as true today RJS they were then," Luca.s told a reporter. The Senator's trotvmient came in response to an announcement by Senator BiewMer rR-Me.t that He- publicans .soon will sponsor $50,000,000 public works and relief planning program "(o meet the growing Democratic depression." The measure would not provide money for public works but would look forward to starting them when deeir.od advisable. Lucas said he doesn't think (he Republicans are doing the country any good by talking about a depression at a time, when, (he Oem- AIRCRAFT'S NEW NEW LOOK—This Jet-powered Air Fore* research plane wa? built by Consolidated Vitllee to prove Ihe design superiority of the triangle-shsped wing over conventional "sweptback" styles. It is now being tested at the Murnc, Calif., Air *orc« Base. Engineers say the new win* offers far less drag and therefore provide! greater performance in th« transonic and supersonic ;nee<i ranges. were too high," he said. "Now, when they have begun levelling off, the Republicans are raising a great cry about depression." ocratic leader said, the nation seems merely to be going through a "levelling off" process. "All of the talk a couple of months or so ago was that prices Governor Sets Dote for Death Of Wife Slayer LITTLE ROCK. June 15-01>i— Governor McMath today set the execution of Harvie none for Friday, July 1. Rorie, 45, was sentenced to death by a Jefferson circuit court jury for beating his estranged wife and tlien setting fire to Ihe house near England, Ark., In which she and her two children were sleeping, last Oct. 27. Police Sjjt. H. R. Peterson tiuoted Rorle as saying he went to the home of his wife, Gertrude, 39. and struck her with a hammer. He then poured kerosene over the bed in which she and the children, Prankie Lewis Maupln, nine, and Joyce Dean Maupin. T2, were sleeping, and set It afire. He entered r plea of guilty at his trial and the jury sentenced him to death, a sentence which the Arkansas supreme court affirmed last May 9. Peter cooper's Tom Thumb en- Blne. the first American built locomotive to haul passengers, was defeated in k race with a horse pulling a car on another track. Read Courier News Want Ads. Hollywood Continued from Pace 8 Issue "CM lint Knur" under Ihe title, "Cltiien Khan." Linda Christian's mother is opening a dress shop in Mexico City. M-Q-M Is waving a contract at Edmond O'Brien, who Just got his release from Warners. . . . Pas- sible teaming of the Ritz Brothers and Kay Thompson for night clubs and personal-appearance tours is brewing. Kurt Ki'usei 1 , \vho walked out o( his Pox contract when he was handed a two-page bit role, and Turhan Bey will team up In summer stock in "The Second Man." . . . Sultry photo of Shelley Winters rated a full pag'e in a Florida magazine wiih the caption: ••California Winters Are Easy to Take." Myrna Ixn and Rosalind Rus-sell are ijoth bidding for the film rights to "Lady in Space," a comedy about the Mt. Pulomar observatory written by George Slavin and George W. George. Shirley Temple would like to write her autobiography but says she'll wait until she's 30. She told me: "I haven't lived long enough yet—1 haven't got enough male- rial." • • . Ralph Edwards' will he the next comic lo go dramatic on the "Suspense" all-show. He'll star in "The Chost Hunt" June 23. 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