The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 5, 1933
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1933 ' BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS GITOUTH ISPWDfOR "Stringtown-on-the-Subway" Architect Proposes Homes LinK^ by Subway for M«W Town. BY NpA Service WASHINGTON, Aue. 2. — Ever tlpo* th« Tennessee Valley Aulh- ortr.v announced that it planned to fciilld a model residence town near Its Cove Creek - Dam project, fu- tirre-rnlnded architects have been j gi'tynlttiim their suggestions. Eerie B. Draper. In charge- of lond plnnnln? and. housing nt Cove Creek, has Indicated that he hopes ti devise a distinctive plan lor the new '.town which will disregard all "model communities" built heretofore, and Be .designed to flt In with the combined city and' country life envisioned for the T>T>n>.w*. Valley. Strtnrtnwn Up to Date One of Die most Interesting and] cpmplet/i plans thus far proposed 1> that for "Roadtown," a new kind' of- suburban village designed by Architect Kdgar Chambless of New York. Tills would be a sort of modern variation of the old American ' theme of "Strlngtown- on^'he-Pike." Chambless, who has organized! The Roadtown Foundation to further ' his', ideas, would build in, I suburban or rural sections a lone I firing of connected - : houses. But •tWev would' not be "row houses as that U now understood. The structural connection between ' these homes would be in a scml-sub- . merged trench .which, would carry Joe?) traffic and 'such common 'fncililies as sewers, water pipes. heating pipes, gas and electric .line's. Swrftee Unmarred • This "subway" would pass beneath each house, integrating them ' all from a structural and utilities standpoint, b'ut no connection •would be visible from the surface. ' Nothing . but lawns and gardens need marr the surface of this community. The top of this road and utlljty tunnel .would rise somewhat above the ground level, and the irround floors of the houses would be a few steps above ground level, too. • That ' would give the underground highway ventilation and light. "floriiwital Skyscrapers" Chambless' Idea is that it is wrong to build cities as we build them now. in circles about a center like the -ripples about a pebble dropped Into water. That nec- cessairily causes .congestion. Further, he believes it Is also wrong to:biii(dt t.hem"verticaltv. as In the R.reat' fettles. '.betjulS.: the • Increasing : pppulation.^i»,/proportion to the. 'ground space' makes for un- heajtcnfyl crowding. ' ' . , ', Cbambless' wdujd ; .topple, a sky- yr«loerj river/ pn. its. V We and build Jt-'Jp,'.fl' I "'ppy. ^'itJV.-anwtl ''' ' ' ' Ww. ."*fT''.it' instfAr) 'of ' an', elevator.' ' Hiuuet la » k<v(!o( w(CJ«r» "String. It the con. of ArchJltet Edfi* for pouihta' Adeptioa at C«r» Ci*tk nttr Miucla Sbertt. . '. . Rood* wo*l« nn In a kubinrrged trench which would link tlm row of homes by a Mibway through, their ccllnrn . . . th» entire ground would be avftUabk for pUyictrc Mr.'.Landlord- Blue Eagle Is Her Mascot THIS For Yon, nd Miss" Mary arable. She*! the' wom<:n'i and us ik* sburgb. on,-, ii it the "cuiintrj ilniiib ' il'li-. .. ctories, markets.'' WMlj?f Wp;ivi,'be.*b, a.''"pfwd.tpwti'.' '.at ', interval's, schools. nil HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP' INTIMATE GUMPSE6 AND INSIDE STUFF : ON THE MOVIE COLONY VBW* . ' JY DAN THOMAS - 1 HOI.I.YWOOp-InipreslImj about Hie movie's ami movk' maki'rs: Nest Christmas will be n doubly :lny for OeorRU'O'Brli'll—II also Is the bli-ltiduy of {Marguerite Churchill, [he new Mrs. O'lirlrn. Wlicn Warner working In a picture IK; takes' Ills own lunch to (he stiullo In a dinner pail—preferring Mrs. Olaiut'6 cobkliiK to iliat !n studio rufes. HealliCT AiiBOl made her debut ns a hoy In "Sign at the Cross." K»y Francis tins 3.U changes of I costume In her new Him. "The House on flOlh street." Binf (.'rosby's Hrubkm Every week Blng Crosby receives a letter from u feminine fan In ! Maryland which hus loose. fnc'! ! uowdcr scattered In it. Illng still > trying lo-figure out tire.motive, .Oiic o[ Slyvln Sidney's prize'pen- Is the costume worn by MiU'Hiicvltq Claik when ;;lie played "Prunella" on l!ie legitimate !v wus given lo Sylvia after she played liic same role, to graduate fin'in Die Theater Guild, ucting school. Victory Jory' wn$ ex|«llC(l from grammar school several tlnii'S [or "disturbing the peace." Gary Cooper ho's'tlic hand'prints .Qtju&jiik; Arltp. '"$«iBrl^v9K 0 .%'- Blri<r CrcsM aiid'hlmserf In the cement steps leading'.to-his dressing room. '. c - • Wllllnm •;•• Powell,. l has an absolute horror -of. pdverly.- lie. once lived In a squalid'room where lie hail to throw his slioes jit \h"e rats. Kulh J.Ik PS Her Rum •" • { Ruth ChaUcvton Is n confirmed Rum chcwer'.. , .' . _ I Paul Murit' Is nn nilept violinist fiood enoiigh to .ijo'^on' (he roii.ctr stage "ny tjme'.^ie 'Desires. ' j Wallace^ Fore) ncycr^ liad, .tyls picture token '.iin'trt, he J w»s ;ip-— 1 — of age. •',' \ '.".vi; i Vi Ruth. Doivnell.v-E^.rtrd. out to b>- come a newspaper 1 "sob sister'.' b» lier .fattier, who .was .editor of tin napcr. flnallv convinced her. tfca I the stage ottered better opportunl Ities. .... ..'...... j Clara Bow used to run errand for the neighbors to-, jet. enougr pennies to attend the. movies Busy Chinese • . • • A four-year-old Chinese boy.'Harry Shhrfjpw,'has been working in' so many has An-'pxe's'uhk'.'int'o th* -piano;.;, .[.the -"jvalls- srhyartd'.wjth' streaks, : 'ot black.'!'.: the * floors' litte're'd; \ylth splmte'n!d'..'furoiturc i . and tangled llgritlrig .fixture.', .'-.'this• g'lyeG,you- ah" idea- of .how-.*jrs; Pre'da'J Thomas left; thp.New-Yorlf boarding liouie she: was. operatiris' after, receiving pictures recently <hat ihe to be/ known. as the. Chi.- •for th<! local traffic be'r*ypfln r Urilrs nf; the town. ' • .PflVWi. artxnntT'fl.s -?re apparent." .nhqmbVss believes. In the fr*t- ^iaT. all nUimblng. sas and oJectric 1 Olfws" Wnluld he "ooen" in the; suljwav. and would rot. have to-be. du<r no every time they got P»l of '.order. The' oncn snnrps about the houw.s 'ojve • amnle noportimltv for and the handicraft work .which is ernect»d to nro- tect.. thf 1 »"rker asainst unemplov- m<-nt -at his regular trsdc in thp cjllaw of the future. There would bn ernrintnles 'n the cnntinnonv ilnn btillrtln". and communal as- r>fct 5 of heating a'nd such facilities. ^"'w Mnd^ nf UvInT, Goal Draper believes the unimie ns- ture rf the Muscle Shoals and Cnye Creek projects, and their ad i -status- t\< experiments 'in s new kind nf n rniinitv with the. heln of cheap power, should bring out really ne«; nlftris for » really new way of liv Sultari's Glit to Diplomat' Finally : Got tnrkey*s Goat UVALDE. 1>ex.- (UP) —When James B. Davis, o[ south Carolina, was made U. S.' Ambassador to Turkey in-the late 1840's he made quite:a -hit with the Sultan. As a mark of favor, he gave the Southerner: seven 'choice Angora goats which 'Davis had admired. I There he made o great economic' mistake. Up to that time .Turkey Had a monopoly en • the; mohair business. .. •.-"•^' ;• From the seven goats 'give>i : pa- vis, there has been developed a great mohair industry in Texas and in California. Export of Angora goals from Turkey later wqs made a capital offense, but the Industry had been 1 started .and no'v «'ip registry, book of the Angora Association at Rock Springs, near- here, bears 140,000 entries'. N'tvrspaper' 25 Y«rs Old LYNDEN,-'-Wasti? "(UP) •- The I.ynden Tribune', weekly pai>tr here, passed the. -25-year- mark The paper was form- tiiis month. cd in 1908 through consolidatib'i c£ the Pacific Pilot and (he Lyn- cen Sun. , s t' i)J. . .. ... .. .- .'."pne-o'f the'cbslumrt % aBrbo'.«eair» ''' German.' f rltics.',as,,l<i« / ali'-.^dreen l'' '"' Woman Sues for Burial Coits of Six Years Ago SALEM, Mass.' HJP)—Mrs.-'Nell|e. Murray ot Newburyporl. liis -fifed suit in an effort to recover S380 s)ie spont six 'years ago' for, tbc-'-biirjai ol a man she • thfiught was; h*r. brother. . ' • • .- ••• '' : •"' !| . The dead man proved ,lb-be"; one _. .... . , John Quirk. Mrs. Murray doe.s not a co\7 that gives-32 quarts of-rpllk know th» whereabouts o( her bro- per day. - ' ' - -.•':' tner, John, who long has bee.nt 'For.ty-slx persons recently were missin?. 'She U trying to. force j required to put • Huih Cliatterton John Quirk's brother, Jeremiah. to-bed. ft was for a scene In her Quirk, Peabody realtor, to pay for j new picture. "Female"-and the' 46 the long-ago burial.- 1 iwrsons Included the director, 'two In her new... , , ,_. ^ can hardly.':walk-iln. '.It—ft -Isi-coy-, eied wilh '•'thousand j. of-. beads,' nil' of- which -had- to'--be -sewed. on !"l •hand.".-•!"••'• :;•'•.'.-.'.'• ;-.'>. ••• >•:.; i.; Baoul -Wake's-.Cow : • -. • '• - - - ; i ; |- Haoul' Walsh",- the dire c tor,-'ojn i. already-started nrojects as Rsrtpurn. N. J. are beln? studied Al Radb'irn. the slreets. for auto traffic onlv. and without sidewalks rim behind thp hnuseX. anrt the flrtewalk nins 'dowha wide center nnrkway between the fronts of the houses. Pedestrians can walk all over Radburn without crossing a street. For»l»n developments In com- munlty-bulldlnir will be studied. to that the Tennessee Valley Authority will be able to choose the best features of all established communities and develop something that wlU'fit In with the new wa? of jlfe envisioned there. ' The comfort of cities and the freedom and healthriflving air ol the country: the Independent life ol a ulf-supporting farmer' or craftsman and the specialized work of a wase-earner. These elements must all Ee"welded into a new type of • village when workers' homes begin to arise at Cove creek. One-Eyed Agios Ok eh POND DU LAC, Wis. (UP)—Although the^one-eyed" automobile Is a serious.-hijht traffic menace, jollc* here -discovered that the Wisconsin law does not require two headlights. They intend to Inform their senator that there ought to be a taw—. Stop and Fever: RK/ Yoiir Syif«:n of Malarial Shivering with chills one moment .itu! turning wiih fever the next —that's cne nj the effects of Maura. .Unless checked, tfe disease s'.i:i do serious harm to your health Malaria, a blood Infection, :cl!s for two things. 'First, destroying the Infection in the blood Second, building up the blood to overcome the effects of the disease pr.d to fortify against further at- i-.ick. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic .upplies both these effects, ft con(sins tasteless q':inlne, which kilb Uvj Infection In the blood, ana .ron, which enrclhes and builds up the blood. Chills and fever sooii blip and you are restored to health and comfort. For half a century. Grove's Tasteless Cull Tonic has been sure relief for Malaria. U Is just as useful, loo as a general toolc for old and jcung. pliasant to take and ubso- riu"ly liaimless. Safa lo tlve children. OH a bollle ut any store. -Adv "A SAFETY-STEEL BODY SAVED MY JIFE!" A CERTIFIED INTERVIEW WITH F1ED C. NOltE, PLYMOUTH SALESMAN, SIAMFOID, CONN. "Ten tons landed on my Plymouth ... and I lived to tell the Tale" F RED C. NOBLE is a Plymouth salesman. But Fred Noblc Un't iiving you »att» talk whenhetellsyouyou'resaferiiiaPiyroouth. ': Fi«dNo6lciial!vctodayb*cSu'i*Plymouth has.a tftfet y-fteet J»dy,1' • rV,"'-.'"^/' The picture* tell the story. How a three and a half ton truck with a »Ji and i> half ton load crashed over on top of Noble'* car. They rfon'j show the terrific Impact of those ten tons traveling at 40 miles an hourlThey don't show how the force of the crash droTe the wheels four and five Inches Into the! •olid earthl But Plymouth U built of steel, reinforced with steeh Fred Noble came out with only one slight scratch! For your own sake—for your family's sake —travel safely In a modern car. Let the nearest Plymouth dealer show you what safety-steel construction is. You'll never rely on any other klndl STANDARD MODELS priced Irotn H*5 to Wit; DttUI* ModtU, M»J to ««. Pricr.«r< .ub]«i 1Qchi^i.witb- .outnorict. All »HccsF.O. B. F«ctorj, Dclroll. Mkh Professor, You Ain't Seen Nothiri' Tiet f- «T IS IKFFlCUtT TO WARNINC OHDKR IN THE MISSISSIPPI CHANCERY COURT: CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT. BUFFALO, N. Y., (UP) — was arraigned In court charge of public intoxication a, dialogue 'director, when -naked by. the Judge ho pleaded to the charge, h« clared "Not Innocent". He" fined $10. . pany, a corporation, Plaintiff, ' vs. No. 5558 Rosa Rosenthal, Isaac Rosenthal, et'al., Defendants. The defendants; Aaron • Thomas and Mrs. Aaron Thomas, hU wife. are,warned lo appear In the Mississippi Chancery Court, sawba District, thirty days uiKl answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Continental Life Insurance Compay. a corporation. Witness my hand, as clerk of said court, and tiie seal l.rcreof, on [Ills oml tcnmtyfil World's Fair CHICAG , Round Trip $10.50 BUMS Leave Blyttievllle 10:00 JA.•- ' Arrive Chicago 6:00 A;.M. 4:55 6 day of Augiist, 1933. R. L. QAINES, Clerk. 5-12-19 The automotive Industry consumes more than 80 per cent of all the rubber consumed In the Unlt- m Slates. STEtSON Indrafw; Plan Game ji , ,Coiniervation Drive titans' termed' j,'Uen they, convened - : n«ar 'iiioiilri, ''" , • J. •' 1 v . - • S ../ ( ( . Purpose of.,the: league, accordlnx tp,-.Duve .Miller, .president' "sf :lhe .Wnjte, Swan-Slmcue coyacll, t,^ io co'hserve 'gsme and flsh 'of .the <tbrthTejt, protect :waterahctis urge proper,.protection of .Indian rights.',-'. ••'-•••. : Jndlinfi .frwn,'the Yaklmo; Uma- tlllt, -vVorm- Springs.and Noz Pt trittes'lormed .tlie league while; Cclllp'. Falla'.celebrotlng a' federal decision iinuitlnit tl>C;rlght-)o.-flSh in the Cclilo'chnn- rjr. N4me . Billtvri ' Hoax ~~~" '; '.\.-(Vf\.r-i' N»V«1 'belief I)/ ,'S . ; i sV.-'Akr'on i at i,W*jit j»r.t" i --''Ha rbof, .'.ilurin g Tecent'"r' Atlantic ,sVorms 1 '.';wos not ffinV the/^lll-fated .;dlflglble. ' The, name Js ' bilieved'' a : hrJaic/or one tdopted'--'b'y.-'boji '^owiwrs'-- of the boat: jtw..pi)trloUc .'pucpooses. - Jo ' ' '"" I Your Cotton . can" 7 w' '.' Gau dill's Agency QENFRAI, INSURANCE . 1»6 North Broadway "WH EN D-KIVINO DOWX c«Ar>€, I tHattt^ foe «Lrft turn. A lute nwk •«• cimli* rijht Uklnl " IB TlianT—. niAtictm down «a mj car." NEW PLYMOUTH SIX May alienate your affections for your old HPHERE'S one problem about-selling-, \\ *• STETSONS, You men become so fond of them after you've worn them a season or two, that it's hard to make you abandon the old STETSON for a new one. But this season we've conspired to alienate your affections! We dare you to walk past our it ore and let the new styles in our windows flirt with you! Off with the old; on with the newl 5 NEW MEAD CLOTHING GO.

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