The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1949 · Page 10
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May 3, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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»A«M TEH BLYTHEVIU-B (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAT I, M4f Winter Stresses Well-Built Home Harsh Season Points Up Necessity f« r Sound Construction Counties families who hart never before experienced severe winter discomfort suffered unnecessarily during the harsh winter of 1948-43 lie- oust their dwellings were not built to withstand the unusually cold weather, it was pointed out today by the Construction Research Bureau. New York clearing house for building information, after a nation-wide survey. California. Florida and all the Southern states suffered particularly for this reason, the Bureau said, although the effects of the 1/tter blizzards i n the Great , Plains region would have been ] less severe had home there been j better equipped lo cope wi'.h the j biting cold. In th South, healinp plants were found to be Inadequate; subtrees- Ing -winds penetrated the floors of houses built on piers wilh open crawl-space beneath: homes lacked Insulation, weatherstrip and storm windows; in many, the sidius had been «pplied directly to the wall American Heating Systems Called 'Best in World' It Is to .1 Iflifie extent due lo the efficient heating systems in the United States and Canada thai these two counlrles have been able to show achievements above Hie ham, author of the honk "Climate mid Energy of Nations." Mr. Markham asserts dial there Is a direct relation belwecn climate, tliat is averaRe temperature and humidity, and the energy or a na- lion. The lact that certain nations famous In history faded Into oblivion can lie attributed, to a larttc decree, lo the enervating ctlecl.s of an unfavorable climate tvhtcli heating and ventilating mo'hods of lime could not oflsct. "Provided men are suitably clothed." says Air. .Xfarkhain, "the temperature ralltfe In which they wll produce their greatest anil most, efficient output is between GO and 1" New Homes Along Missouri Street arole officer W. F. Ball announc- rl yesterday. Ball said Cliarles C. Tau] ot Little nock, former postal inspector, has been appointed to «uccessd McCord. Mount Washington, H. H., th4 highest peak in New England, occasionally hn» temperatures dlppW* down to nearly 50 degrees b«lo* The heal inn systems rnmnionl: I used In Hie United States aiul Can ! ada are the most :fficienl of air In the world in providing this fav orable indoor climate, Mr. Mark ham says. Commenting on Mr. MarMiam 1 statement ,. Ihe PlmnbmB and Healing Industries Bureau poi"ls out lhal Ihe modern autnmatically- „„.. _„, . fired central heathiK system avail- studs without sheathing, pprnulimg | ab!e tll (ho u n \( e a states Is able wind to blow through cracks in lbBji 0 llu ,ji,taln temperatures ludcfi- r.tfiy at any desired thermostat setting. A careful check on the performance of a ho[ waler heiilinc system installed In the I-H-n lie. —Courier News I'hntn . • Shown above arc four of the new homes recently constructed in the :iUO block on Bnst Missouri SI reel. On the right is the huff brick home of Mr. and Mis. (iporijc Johns at SIM) Kant Missouri. The red brick house is the Robert Amesmrycr home, '.!'>8 East Missouri. Second from left is the home of Mr. and Mrs. I,. V. PO.SC.V, Jr., liaii Eust Missouri. Al lar left Is the Kemp Whisrnhuiu home, 324 West Missouri. emperor, is a touph reminder of bygone rtay.s for the maharajnhKj .some of wliom haven't an elephant left to ride uixm. thin -Kails; generally, very lew ot the Southern homes were as trelitly constructed as homes in colder regions. Hentln* rianls Ovrrlaxrd In Ihe North, some of the same conditions were uncovered by the Research Bureau's aurvry. Althnuoh most Northern homes were well sheathed »nd of tighter construction, thermal Insulation was lacking as irere weatherstrip and storm windows. As » result, heating plants that provide adequate comfort during normal winters were totally 1111- »b\e lo meet the load imposed by the abnormal weather conditions. "Last winter's conditions em- ph»siaed the findings of the Small Homes Council of the University or Illinois that insulation Is needed in all homes that use heating •ystems In winter or afe exposed to high temperatures in summer." the Bureau Said. "When a home is insulated full-thick wilh mineral wool In walls and celling, escape of heat to outside is slowed lo such »n extent that any home Is kept •warmer with any healing system with at least one-third saving ir fuel." At a result of last winter's rig orous experiment of home-owners building contractors everywhere. In eluding the deep South, arc report Ing »n unprecedented demand for future protection. This includes caulking of cracks, closing of crawl •paces, weatherstripping windows and doors and Insinuation of full- thick mineral wool insulation. MacKenzie C/entimicd from page 8 I ennui <MUOUK Ihe pi:m:c s This respect tor roynlty ln-lped Ihe ROV- ! oi'iniKMii. miiilitlly in hunrtllivf! tin-| frequently temperamental rulcr.s. j 1'h. re was a .striking; illustration ot | 'his riurilir the imperial coronation clinlmr in New Delhi in 1011 for Gcorae V and Queen Mary. Maliiirujiilis l.iisc Standing This coronation went the limit who have tried it will aj-rre. I've had ihr- experience .and felt like an old side-wheel steamer trying to sidle into its berth. Wei!, one o[ the fireat prim:e.» ciiiiif- 'i cropper. That was the late. Gni>k\v:>i of IJarodiv His hiKhne.ss nul oaly was carrying a small can'i (thereby violating the sacred code! but bi'.vins made his' obeisance he. dull 't withdraw correctly. He turned his back on their majcsliei too .soon. Tne Gackwar later said he was Read Courier News Want Ads. Asa McCord Resigns As State Parole Officer LITTLE ROCK. May 3—f/I'j—Asn [ McCord, senior slate parole officer! I for four years, has resigned, stale ' SCREEN DOORS We have plenty of Screen Doors In Whit* I'uudcrosa Pine. i Also Galvanized, Bronze and Aluminum Wire. Good Selection of Designs, all sizes in stock. Priced Right. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Now something extra has been NOTICE Notice is hereby given that th,., undersigned ha.s filed with the | Commissioner of Revenues of the. State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer »t retail on the premises described as 318 E. Main. Blythevlile. Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a citi7.°n of Arkansas, ot good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a lelony or other crime involving moral turpitude', that no license to sell bcev by the unrte;'- sinr.ed has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned ha.s never been convicted of violating the laws of this stale, or any other state, relative to the sale o! alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued fcr operation beginning on itie Is; d?.v of July 1940. and to expire on th? 30 day of June, WSO. Eddie McGregor Subscribed and sworn to before Ten Applications Filed for Building Permits in Week Application* for 10 building per- miUs were placed on file during the past week In the olfice of City Engineer Joe Carney. Nine were for residential construction and the tenth was for an addition to a church building here. Total estimated cost.s as listed on Ihe applications amounted to $30,250. Permits were applied lor by: Jr,e Johnson, foi a frame building mi E«i:tli Lake Streel; e.slimnlcd cost. £>00. Trd Green, for a three and one- hal' room frame residence; estimated cost. £700. J.H-IV P Robinson, lor a three- room trumc residence at 21-st and Carolyn Streets; estimated c<xst. Sl.- COO V C Williams .for a frame residence si 61 Moullrlc Drive; estimated co;t. s:.f)00. Jo!>.imv Saward. for a frame buiidinp; estimated co,st. $2CO. Norman Shields, lor a four-room (iam« rwidencc al B02 Moullri" Drue; estimated cost, $3.000. I'anlev Johnson, to add one room away troin Hie imperial presence.! 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