The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1947 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1947 Archeologists Discover Lost Temple, Built About 300 B.C., in Ruins of City Yanks Bombed ••^••p^a ii| * "•"• *•*—-,.. rr j»_ !•••• i ii r ii iji w>- ' , •»• j»«wr* t«v» " i •"« Ruins of World War II (lop left) loiter above the remains of a M*r 'Rome, Italy. Digging to imcartli tile ancient buildings wli By JULIUS HUMI NBA Staff Correspondent PALL'ESTRINE. Italy. NOV. 12 (NBA)—Wnen Allied bombersblasle.il this little village near Rome in 1!)44 they unknowingly turned back the clock 2000 years. Archeologists only today are beginning to realize the full inpmt: ance that rnlci had on historical knowledge and architecture. In wiping out a German observation post, those bombers revealed the lost temple of the Roman goddess of Fortune, a monument to a . civilization that existed In 300 B. C, First word of me discovery leaked out when villagers, returning to the rubble that had been their homes, discovered brickwork quite different from that they remembered. Archeologists nished to the scene, nibbed their hands, and he-1 gan digging. By now they have learned a port of the temple's history. Prom other records they had previously suspected its approximate location, but. not Its magnificence of construction which experts now claim makes It the biggest yet discovered. The original temple was destroyed in 200 B. C. by Siln, ft Roman aristocrat. In a battle with Mario, a popular Roman leader. To celebrate his victory and to thank the goddess, Sllft had the temple reconstructed in even more magnificence than the original. It stood for five centuries before -- tt'began to fnll Into decay. AH of its remains, except some Insigm- cflnt columns, were finally erased [ when troops of Pope Boniface VIII 20W)-y«ir-ol<l civilization take ninny years. In ralleslrine, Minimum Wage Law Criticized Waste of Manpower And Unemployment Blamed on Measure WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. (UP) — Tlin Southern Stale. 1 ; Industrial Council snld today Dial, any Increase in the present 40-ccnl-a.n- liour minimum wane would bring about a corresponding rise In unemployment. Tyre Taylor, genera) council for Die industrial group, told a House liitoor subcommittee yesterday tlmt "•tl ( higher ll>c timi'imum. the greater the number ol workers who are made unemployable." Enrlier witnesses have proposer that tlic minimum he boosted to 65 and even to 75 cents an hour. 'Ilic fnlr Jaoor standards act which provides a minimum wage and a 40-linur \vec.'k, cannot, assure a worker a standard of living at anj level, Taylor said. "All it .does and an 11 can do to Klve the covered employer choice of paying a worker a fix minimum or not hiring him," he said. Taylor called for repeal of boti the minimum wage and mnxlmun hour provisions ol the act, on the grounds that they discourage workers from improving their skills. "The only realistic approach to the objective of improving the lower-paid worker's economic status not a minimum wage law at all," c said, "out a program designed to rovide him with new skills and 0 Improve those he already has." Taylor said the overtime provl- iuus of the statute have caused 1 waste of manpower "Impossible to estimate." He said thai if an esll- nated 18.000,000 workers now on he 40-hour week Increased their stint, to 45 hours, there would'be a saving of 90,000,000 man-hours a week. Read Courier News Want. Ads. Phone 2054 W. H. (Bill) PEASE Local Agent For llullit Venetian Blinds Master Metal Weather Stripping "Lain" All Metal Screens National Window Guards Screen j)oor firilliui Mule Hide Nu-Top Kooiinj Asiihall Tile Knck Wool Insulation —Free Estimates— WORLD'S LONGEST Forty-one per cent of the United Stales Is drained by the Mlsslsslppl- Mfssourl river system, the longest river system in the world, Read Courier New» Want Adi. HUNTERS! Protect your health with HOOD Sportsman Boots and DRYBAK Hunting Clothing. .PLANTERS City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 Ttr Expert bfuln 1*4 Eut Mai. St. Felix A. Carney Equitable Lifelnsurance Society of United Stat*» See Representative* GUY TREECE JOE ALEXANDER, Jr. 115 W. A«h St. Phone 3993 Lllteu lo "This is your FBI" Fridays 7:30 p.m. WMPS •ck fc itoniiiii history rxpcrl F. Gulll nina- snrrs a sci-tlon of colunni from Hie loniplc nf the Goddess of Fortune. .snckccl ntul burned Fix Host vine In the lIHh century .while fighting those opposing the Pope's policies. The urchltecL of the temple Is .tli unknown. But during the next six to eight ycixrs thnt it wilt take to complete (he excnvnlions, nich- cologiKi.s hope to discover lils Identity. "Whoever lie wns," sny.s Pi'pfR.s- .•r F. Gulll, in charge of the work, "he knew more nboiit. urchKectnre than we know today." Itnnmn history expert F. Oulli measures a scclii>n of column from the IP tuple of the Gwldess of Fortune. CORRECTION SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SWP HOUSE PAINT was advertised in yesterday's Courier at $5.94 Per Gallon. This should have read: In 5 Gal. &C AC Per Cans— ^n J »T 1 Gallon $5,45 HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS 126 W.MAIN ST. PHONE 515 ONLY 3 LEFT! The HOTPOINT DELUXE... AMERICA'S FINEST ELECTRIC RANGE SEE IT! 11 Great Postwar Advancements Are Yours in Tliis Brilliant New Range BLAN HEATH AUTO & HOME SUPPLY .110 West Main - phone 828 S TUDEBAKERSl CHAMBLIN SALES CO. u !•!••' • STUDMAKEH * Sorvlt. D E B A , tTDDEBAKm OWNT.M! 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