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ROOSEVELT AIDS POUR MILLIONS INTO ARID WEST New Dea! Fighting to Ease Suffering in Drought- Ridden Areas. •’most every agency of the New Deal a tremendous flow of dollars pouren into tne arid regions of the Wert today, designed to case human lessen the chance of another dis tinder the aeg-- of President Roose mintstrauon is preparing for the , scarcity. The public works administration. I fortified bv an original annronria- I tion of S3 300 00b 000 revealed it had ‘ flies. Huge Sums Allotted Emergency Relief Administration officials announced they had allowed huge sums to feed men and women. They also have spent thousands to j care for starving cattle. .1 minlstrator. now on an iaspection lorres to expedite all construction projects affecting the dry region?. Mr. Icke s revealed that PWA has spent more than S3OO 000.000 in Mon-1 tana. Wyoming. Colorado, Texas.) North Dakota lowa and Minnesota, j He said $103,500,000 had been al- , western states. Pubhe works officials listed the follnwinc ma'nr nroiects thev be 1. The $22,700,000 Casper-Alcova dam and reservoir in Wyoming. 2. The Ft. Peck -Mont > dam and reservoir which will create a 175- mile-long artificial lake at the Mis souri river s headwaters. PWA thus far has spent $50.000 000 for the project. 3. Flood control, dams and chan nel work on the Mississippi river, financed bv more than SBS 000 000 of federal funds. 4. Dike construction, bank stabili 7ation and revetment work on the Missouri river. Almost $25,000,000 has been spent. 5. The sl4 800.000 power develop ment projects on the Loup and Platte rivers in Nebraska. 6. The $4,500,000 Hamilton dam end reservoir on the Colorado river, ninety miles above Austin, Tex. 7. Development of a dram in the •■closed basin'’ of San Luis valley, Colorado, financed by SOOO,OOO. PWA agencies also have expended large sums on highwavs. soil erosion, j Indian reservations, national park- , and subsistence homestead projects. | < rnp Report Is Due A crop report tomorrow will illus trate graphically the extent of drought damage and its depreda tions since the last report on July 10. The agriculture department is sued its first cotton production es timate yesterday. It indicated a crop of less than the 10.460.251-bale limit set by the Bankhead control act. Fear that the $525,000,000 emer gency drought relief fund would be j exhausted this year and additional ; appropriation be required of the j next congress in January was ex pressed bv Victor A Christgau. act- | ing agricultural adju=>tment admin istrator. The farm credit administration 1 reported it had adduced $3,800,000 to farmers for feed purchases. The AAA has spent more than $1,000,000 Two years ago a man in Havana, Cuba sneezed and a bullet, which had entered lus head fifteen years Skir.-!!sh Torture Ends; Millions Praise Zemo The first application of soothing, healing Zemo quickly relieves tor ture of Itching Rashes, Kczema. 1 Ringworm and similar skin troubles. For 25 years Zemo has been used and prai-cd bv millions as a clean, safe. dependable remedy for family use to relieve and clear away skin Irritations. A trial will convince you es tt* great merit. In*i-t °n aenntne ••"reli.f* xv Ok-. sl. All druggist*’. Advertisement. For Ileal Values! Try KRESGE-FIRST 5c TO SIOO STORE 43 E. Washington St. WANTED :;^v n VTafrhww Chain* Kin**. (IH I>*th Cftth raid Immediately. Bring I* Standard Gold Smelting Cos. 423 I.emrke Bldg.. 4th Floor * fnimnr# 1* Fill Market *t. gur Credit he* and Jewelry at Jewelry Cos. i t. | Hay Fever In U hour* >ou r.n drive *1! Hay rve r** - land |>h>* "*n • p vn. tln. Q * •' tom* of pollen I *onir.f — or > ur - F fcark' Get Pr Platt'* RINFX Pr*r-*pf :er t ntmy *t any <!r * • r nl <u*t TRY :tf fw hv - . • S hour/ Corv*r #n( capaulaa. t*<ie**~.‘ *t a*allow with drink e? watrr A- *-r-1 so- * ."--era frrm Hay Fetr. R--*e r.r#r Head CoMa. Catarrh. Br-n hl.l A.'hma. Rare, rot hiblt tarming f-tfng v .e**:ng atop. Itching • rurr. 1 r g r w elear up; p-p return*. Bleaaed rti.rf withia tt hour* s*n-ti •■••d \ o' monev back. H*f • recommend? B’yrx held as all HAAO 8 CUT PRICE / DRUG ETORiS and me price Pc, Indiana in Brief Rtf 7 mr Special rONNERSVILLE. Aug. 9 —Work of constructing a bridge across th" Whitewater river between E't Fifth street and Road 41 at a cost of sllß 997 93. will be started within a month, according to the state high*a•- department. The estimate of cost corresponds with the bid of T E Smith. Richmond, lowest of twelve firms to submit proposals at a recent meeting of the council. The bridge will be a concrete arch of seven spans, each seventy-two fee* ;n ’.er.g’h. aerordmg to the plans which also provide for sidewalks of eye-font w:dth on either side. The structure is expect'd to be completed July 1, 1935. During con struction a temporary bridge, south of the existing span, will accom- Councilman Sworn In PRINCETON Aug. 9. —Dr J. G Peppie has been sworn in as a mem ber of the city council to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William R. Knowles. * a a Sewage Plant Backed Ry / t n* • .'/* r ini RICHMOND. Aug. 9—This city ha, accepted the proposal of the federal government to contribute $140,000 toward the construction of a ,-e.vage disposal plant and Inter ceding sewer system, total cost of which ha. been estimated a* $500.- 000 Mayor Windsor R Harris, upon your car . . . and the reason is this: You put in Ring-free yesterday, \essir, that s _ O /"AUhJ all it takes for this motor oil to put on a star performance: 24 hours'. Even in that Sod ot ,n ’ |V* L. vUH M, incredibly short time this lubrication-sensation starts to reduce friction Heat m dependent 0 | Central Buick Cos., Indianapolis Buiek-Pontiac Dealer, Says: “Ring-free cer your motor... thus reducing motor temperature... and releasing power ordinarily s ® rv,ce sta ' tainiy reduced friction and removes Carbon,” killed by friction-drag. You not only get more power, more speed * more accelera- tlons, go Performance! Performance! Performance! motor nuumber 2872185. With one of Amer en- but vou eo farther on less gas... with less wear! All due to better lubrication!” a 9 os and J ha * s , a U - yo “ r hear th V a ? s ar „ ou 2 d t thc !L M best senin * quali ‘ y , oil , s in th !l cran * rase tlOn, DUI you gw i* **• v* l e [Jilt y /;•. . , Central Buick Company. Buick and Pontiac the car was run over the test grounds ... Then r *.1..- . • Car ® ea ers dealers. “What a car DOES is what counts,” the same performance was repeated with Ring- The best advertisement e>cr XS ritten for S' " they say. “For instance, you can’t beat the Free .. . but wjiat a difference in perform made the other dav bv an enthusiastic Ring-free dealer. He said: "1 have handled ui f k [° r sbepr perf 4 orma " ce * val V c 4 i if n f lt . s fip ' d ; ancp: maue inc ° lit *“ i And when it comes to getting a lot of straight Not only 5 miles greater top speed, but duality motor oils for many years but this is the first 011 1 have ever seen Where you MB l\ 8 for a little money, you have to tip your hat 153 feet quicker acceleration. This ’ . , . t *"nß M|\ to Pontiac for ’34.” means 14 horsepower was added, can tell the difference from the driver S scat. Ki||| I “Okay!” said the Ring-Free representative. Said Messrs. Cohn and Lacey: “We were im .../■ • r r ? That’s the peg on which Ring-free hangs its hat. Performance. I erformanc c. I cr- 1 ■ f R. C. “Chick Cohn, pres.dent, and Frank in thp R inß . F ree money-back guarantee... ITL . *L L _ _ kacis on which Rinc-frce says to you: V a J la , c ,f y ’ seruce mana s er > tersely replied, “Show to datp we h ave t PS ted many of them and formance! That S the show-up or pay-up basis on which icing iree says CO >OU. VA QUAkI J us!” . , noted the results with keen interest. We are "In 7A hours a w hollv different 'feel’ at the wheel ... or your money back.” Accordingly a 1934 Buick sedan was selected convinced that Ring-Free will actually reduce In 24 hours .. . ditterent me n y for thc test - ou “ here .. . friction and carbon!- MACMILLAN RING'FREE MOTOR OIL ROSE TIRE COMPANY, DISTRIBUTOR, 930 N. MERIDIAN ST. authorization bv the common coun cil. has formally notified PWA of the city's acceptance. BBS Gas Station Robbed B V Timm fiprdnl SHELBYVILLE, Aug. 9.—Bur glars who forced fn entrance into a filling station at Boggstown made off with cigarets and other mer chandises valued at $45. The filling station is operated by Archie Fra ker. B B B Budget Reduced H'l 7 iin 3 Sprcinl BLUFFTON. Aug. 9.—Budget pre pared for Harrison township for THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES 1935 by Trustee Ira Baker calls for j a tax rate of *1.13 per SIOO, a de- j crease of 31 cents under 1934. The taxable valuation of the township has been fixed at $2,398,500. B B B Farmers to Meet By 1 m- Bprcinl MARTINSVILLE. Aug. 9.—Mor gan county alfalfa growers will meet in three townships tomorow to hear discussions on the value of this crop by M. E. Pence of the Purdue ex tension department. Meetings will be held as follows: 10:30 to 11:30 a. m Oscar Patrick farm. Ashaland township. 12:30 to I:3o—Emery Stierwalt farm, Adams township. 2:30 to 3 p. m —Elvm E. Hurt farm, Gregg township. Farmers in this section have be come greatly interested in alfalfa this year due to the drought. a a a City Officials to Meet By I nitrd rm>* FT. WAYNE, Ind„ Aug. 9.—An nual convention of the Municipal League of Indiana will be held here Oct. 3, 4 and 5. Convention date was set for that time so that city officials from all parts of the state would be able to attend. Effort will be made to have Fred- erick Landis. Logansport editor, ad dress the group. Tentative program includes a discussion of gasoline and automo bile tax distribution to cities: legis lative problems as they confront city officials and the problem of utility taxation. Approximately 700 city officials are expected. B B B Cannery to Resume By T<mr, Special ALEXANDRIA, Aug. 9.—The Fra zier Packing Company, which has STOP ITCHY SCALP Prevent Baldness You, too, ran save time, money and your hair by having The | Thomas Scalp Expert treat your scalp. 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Indian apolis relief director, last week fol lowing an investigation. Holtman. the prosecutor indicated probably will be held on charges of embezzlement. The former project supervisor, ac cording to Mr. Book, kept the names of two women employes on his pay roll after they had obtained other work. AUG. 9.11934 Why Tell the World You Have Body Odor? New Way Ends It Instantly Leaves No Medicine-Smell Famous chemists have discovered the effective answer for body odor deep-pore cleansing. A Dew kind of bathing in hard water, made possi ble by Kirk's Coco Castile soap. Ordinary soaps, with their thick, sluggish lathers, are being rapidly replaced by this 100 "a pure vege table oil soap, made by America’s largest sdan makers. In this hard water Kirk’s Coco Castile breaks in stantly into a searching lather that cleans deep into the pores, actually remove* stale perspiration beyond roach of ordinary soaps, then rinses out in a flash. 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