The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 4, 1947
Page 7
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TUESti'AT, 1COVEMBEH 4, 194T BLrrHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Grandiose Plan Bared by FWA Fleming Proposei 15-Y«ar Program re Cost $75,000,000,000 NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 4. 'UP) — M«j. Gen. Philip B. Fleming, Federal Works Administrator, callert today for more thin $75.000,000.000 In public works construction dur- ttiR the next. \6 ye»rs. This figure, he told the American Municipal Association here, repre- I sents "needed" 5tate and local pub- lice works. If urban redevelopment needs were Included the. flgnra would t» considerably higher, he ««ld. The public administritors were expected to turn their attention today to such municipal problems t traific .control, parking, city plan ning, ta««, labor rcUtiops and housing. Yesterday Mayor William B. Hirtsfield, at Atlanta, Ga., ajipeal- «<1 at the meeting lor Jederal con- i trol o( housing "/or at another year. He also aslced the government to write off Ihe entire cost of wartime temporary housing. Fleming said Ihnt public works have been "underbuilt" by at least Need Government Farm Program Representative Eugene Worley of Ammillb, Texas. I-I B IH, extends Chnlrniim Clifford Hone, center, a wel come as the House ABriculturni Committee arrived in t\>rt Worth. At left is Representative w. R. PtinBe ot Waco. Hep. Hope of Kansas, hoad of (lie Committee, said the committee hnrt been told In eight hearing that farmers want government help. UNEA TclciUwto.) Happy Days for Sluggish Folks WHIN CONSTIPATION mikM r>» (Ml punk <i the dickeni, bringi an itomach uput, tear (•««, |>»r ilKenstatt, Uke Dr. C«]4w«lTi famovi median* te quickljr pull the trigger on Itzy "inn«id»", and help you f*el bright tad ttipp.r t|ain. M. C»L»VIHJ.U't \i the woadlrlul >«a&• luativ* contilDed in good eld Syrup Ptpiia to saak* it &o easy to take. MANY DOCTOTC us* pepaln preparations in pretciiptiontto make Hit medicine janrt palatibl* and agreeable to teke. So be «ure ;oui luatiTe is contained JK Syrup Pepiin. INttST ON M. C»LDWtLL't— the 1«- vorife of millionB for SO years, and feel that vholesome relief from constipation. Even finicky children love it. CAUTION-. U». only at directed. DR.CA1DWHTS Windsors *o Visit U.S. LOXhOX, Nov. 4. < L'l 1 >---TJio Duke and Duchess of Windsor were oxpertmJ to arrive In Snuth- 1) a in p to n to(J» y fro in Paris t ti *.:*•-I'd the Ijiner QUPPU Mary which sail* tuclay for New York. CQNUNI om SYRUP PEWTV 29,000.000,000 in the past 15 yeans. The administrator said the deficit- in public works began in Uie I930's. It tt'as aggravated by wartime cur tail nicnts on building, he said, and since V-J Day has been deferred for housing and other types of private consiruction because of material and labor .shortages. Fleming compared his proposed $5,OQO,OCO,000-a-year public works investment with the 52,000,000.000 spent on .state and local public construction during 1947. He advocated renewal of the advance planning program under which the federal government loans money to states to plan public construction. He said the'shelf of completed plans Ls "vanishing rapidly," pointing out that 51,400,000,000 of the $2,200,000,000 worth of plans went into construction during the first eight months of 1947, It tnkcs from six months to a. year and a haK to get plans ready for buiiding, he said, lie recalled that during the depression of the I930's it took many months to put unemployed persons to work on useful public projects. Fleming said there was gvea: Titled for public construction m communities growing up around cities, and in cities where "obsolc.s- ment" areas must be replaced. Beet Harvesting—the Easy Way '" Thirty Aboard Sinking Ship Are Rescued NEW YpHK, Nov. 4. (UP) — * U. S. Army lr«n*t»rt re«ned ihe creiv ot 30 from the sinking Portuguese nchooner M«rl» C»r- lolta today after they hud set the vessel Rflre and left, it «drlft ip- proxlinalely 840 mllei of ArgeiitU, Nfld., th« coast, a»»rd reported. The report mid th» USAT John Stafford, en rout* from Bremerhnvcn to New York, hud mndo the re.scue »t g:flj «.m. EST. The Cnrlotl* hud rudlofd earlier Hint she wns sinking fast, and the liner Queen Elizabeth wu on f of the vesseli which raced to the re.scue. At the scene, the Cowl Guard said, were the Queen Elizabeth and two Portuguese vessels. th« all- nines nnd the Joao Corte Renl. Hlrohlte Family Lit* T* •• film^ in Japan TOKYO, Nov. i, (ITP)—Emperor Hirohlto bralp another tmperlal precedent, today when It was dts- cloMd that n« will soon appear /or In* flrit Um* In a (lln\ depleting the dally lift of hlmiwlf aivt ills family. Four newsreel companies Iisv« been (ranted permlsilon to Him th« dally acllvltiM of Ihe imperial family. -,m Survey Shows 14 Deaths Caused by Football in '47 FX>S ANQEIiBR, Nov. 4. (OP) — Fourteen youths and ono official riled playing foolball In th» first two monlhs of the 1947 season, a university survey showed today. Ptvp other deaths, four ol them from lii'iut failure foHowJnR a fool- toMl uninc, were blmmd Indirectly on the sport. The survey, -conducted by Dr. Floyd R Ensttt'ood of Ixw Annclcs University for the American Football coaches And the Nn- tlonul Collegiate Athletic Assn., put high school foolball nt the lop of the death list, directly ciuisliiR 10 deaths ami Indirectly ciutsliig two. College [ouUinll was blamed (ov one direct death imd one indirect, when Ki'nt McCruiley was struck by lightening on the University of Denver football Held. Ihis ncwly-dcveloiied beet harvester lifts bnets out of the (jround with shovels, picks them up on Ihe hiiRc spiked wheels seen in pholo, cuts o(T the tops with knives, and loads llic beets on n truck —all in one operation. The njfichine is being tested by the American Crystal Co. in Grand Folks, N. D. Grand Jury Investigation Of Depot Blast Sought HATTIESBURG, Miss.. Nov. 4.— i UP) — District Attorney Homer Pittman said today thnt he would ask a grand Jury to investigate tho dynnnlitiiiR of a Southern Bus Lines depot here Snlurdiiy night. Police have turned up no clues In the blnsl. No one w*i runt when the explosive was apparently hurled through nn open window of the station. The interior was damaged considerably. . The company has experienced, several similar incidents since union employes went, on strike nbout six months af;o. All-Fluid-Drive is the greatest comfort, performance and economy advantage a modern automobile can have. Only Dodge in its price range supplies it. In its field, therefore, only Dodge can deliver this new quality of performance, or provide this new measure of economy; or give you this new degree of riding and driving comfort. ^ I.<.au>t Priced Ccr r.'lA Fluid Drivt BLYTHEYILLE MOTOR CO Businessman Dits TEXARKANA. Texas. Nov. 4. (UPI — Funornl services wer> br- iiic plnmicd lodny lor S. MI. Rng- Inucl, 02. Texnrk'ann buMnenKinnri, who riicrt nt his home VMlerrtfty after a long l!!ilM«. Rnslnnd was « resident or Tex- arkann shine 1875, unrt * lender In civic nffnlrs, Hns the the hcnd or n tobacco company «Atabll.sKcd In 1030. Low Flier Fined KNOXVILLE, Twin., Nov. 4. (UPI — Loyd nest, n Knoxvtlte (lying Instructor drew a $10 fine In gen- ernl sessions court her» Voriny Inr "flying loo low-" He was arrested by Slate ^Hlgh- wny Patrolman HiiRh Slate who said he did loops w'lth his small plane sometimes no more llinn 200 feet from the ground. Ready to Slice Royal cnkemaker Jack Bryant, whose fnlher made Queen Kli7.a- hcih's wcddinKfcakE, puts Ihe finishing touches on (he four- tier cake for Princess Elir.iiUeth't marriage to Lt. Philip Monnt- bflUcn oil Nov. 20. 317 South Second Str«*t Phont 4422 5ood News For Folks Who Suffer From V^ STOMACH IIS f'sOIR Fl»l TASTE }/ ACII INIIIESTIIM Do 70'J r«el bTo«t«d Hid mlMrabt* »(t*r every meal, timts »ewir. bltl«r food? If -a, h«re Is how you m»y get bles*ed r»- :le( from thin nervous dLitreM. B>'erytim« food «nt«r« th« •tonuch » vital nwtrlc Juice muit flow normally to ore^K-np certain food p*rtlcl«: C(M lh» food may ferment. Sour food, acid irdl- testlon Find EM frequently cause * morbid, touchy, fretful, pcaylah, nervous condition, low of appetite, undwwelxht resiles* sleep, weakness. To get real relief you must Increase Lh<! flow of this vital gastric'Juice. Medical authorities. 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