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Charleston Gazette Newspaper Archives Jul 23 1938, Page 1

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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Charleston, West Virginia Largest circulation in West Virginia. The Charleston Gazette the state of the associated press established 1887 Charleston West Virginia saturday morning july 23, 1938. Five cents local thunders Flowers to Day and probably sunday not much change in temperature. Ickes strives to Speed work on pea jobs Premium payments Are offers into cities which Are first to make dirt named to Board Jan. 1 deadline set for starting projects other encouraging signs of recovery noted on u. S. Front copyright 1938 Washington july pea administrator Ickes is preparing to Issue a formal warning to states and cities to put pea projects under construction by Jan. 1 or run the risk of losing their allotments. This was revealed today when Ickes offered Premium payments to cities that make the dirt Fly first on pea projects. Ickes also Issue another warning thai All applications for pea projects must beat a sept. 30. Dead program ordered posted Ickes gave orders to his aides at a staff meeting to push his Stream lined fwd program and induce cities to Speed work by of Fering additional payments to architects and engineers Lor rapid completion of projects. Confident that the High Speed of pea program will see All allotments made before the deadline Falls Ickes announced he and his Young Bride will leave Seattle aug. For a visit in Alaska. They will return by labor Day sept. 5. Ickes forthcoming warnings to pea projects seekers topped a be lies of developments today on the recovery front including encouraging news from the association of american railroads freight car loadings in the work ending july 16, in creased by Over the previous bringing the total to cars for the first time in months. 2. Announcement by the Navy that contracts have been let for four torpedo boat destroyers at a total Cost of with the Bath Iron works Bath me., receiving two at each and the Federal ship building company of Kearneyn j., receiving two at each. Millions to be spent s administrator John m. Car Mody. Of. The Rural electrification administration wire Essed president Tom to Page 11 . 6 ousted Tva head hit by Lilienthal suspicion haired distrust motivated or. Morgan committee is told Knoxville tenn., july director David e. Lilien Thal testified today unreasoning suspicion hatred and distrust motivated or. Arthur e. Morgan s at tack on the administration of the Tennessee Valley authority. Before a congressional investigation committee Lilienthal assailed the ousted Tva chairman for a reckless Campaign of and denied trying to suppress rec ords by deleting statements from Board minutes. Or Morgan sat Nearey. His face flushed under the blistering attack. Earlier the investigators impounded Board minutes and All be Gal opinions by Tva counsel with reference to changed entries after a witness testified to numerous alterations. The action was taken unanimously on motion of Hep. Jenkins

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