The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1949 · Page 2
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May 19, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BLYTHBVtLLE (ARK.) GOURDE* THURSDAY, MAT It, IMf Housing and Building Program Urged for Members of Armed Torces; Need Called 'Critical' r "wAMNGTON, May 1». vn-Dettiae Secretary Johnson yesl*rday Oenina* for authority to go ahead with a »»23,HS,6« housing and pncram for the anned services. He aald the ' ' '"••'-• presidential* *M Mr tMh family unit. An additional HAOe amount may be spent (or development of * site, bat the overall'total 1* rot to exceed »1«,500. .. a . , „„., reported that in many ciaoss, "servicemen are forced to piy penthouse rents- for chicken coop borne* intbe slum areas that "hav* grown up near military stallatioa* in recent years." J T** money that would be spent in Johnson's program has been included In Pres'dent Truman's $15.- Me.OM.000 defense budget tor the yaar starting July 1. But Congress 'had not yet approved" the appropriations. •n» program calls for housing :tor aervTeeoien and their families -both at home and abroad and for 'construction at'various'airports and •other military establishments. It al- 'so Includes IU42S.OOO for a secret Especial weapons" project. \ Johnson made his request -In let ;ters to House Speaker Rayburn and ito Rep. ~Carl Vlnson <D-Oal and . ; 8enator Tydings (D-Md) clialrmen '•of the House and Senate Armed !"erriet* Committee, respectively. i Asks End of "Coining" The pmident's commiltce on re- ind welfare In the armed forces, In a statement made public by the White House, called on community leaders to try to halt "profiteering and rent gouging" on servicemen'-* families. It said the country must provide decent quarters (or those who can not afford "present ^h rentals. In submitting the military housing program, Johnson described it as a landmark In unification. It Is tne first time, he said, that the Army, Navy »nd Air Porce have listed their building needs In one program. • The Air Force leads in requests for building In this country, with a total of sn5,540.(01. The Navy's projects in this country total »»*,- W3.300 and Ihe Army's W».gM/!00 The Navy Is tops In the amount asked for building projects outside the United Stales—89,219,1501. Army needs were listed at $81.m,100 and Air Force »69,215,9M. The cost o( a family unit In tne United States Is not to exceed »H,- COMMISSION!*'! 1ALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, In compliance with the terms of a decre rendered by the Chancery coun for the chlckasawba District o Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 26th dsy of April. 1M», where la Alvs parrlsh was Plaintiff, No 0,M* and James E. Parrish was Defendant, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, or cash, or k cerdit of thirty days, at the front door ot the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, In the City ol Blythe- vllle, Arkansas, on the 4th day ol June, 1949, the following Persona property, to-wlt: One 1941 Pontlac 5 passenger coupe, One P-JO Parmall tractor together with equipment, Two smal A very Tractors, Three milch cows One combine, One hammermll One wagon. 8AID sale will be had to satisfy Mid decree granting the plaintiff one-third of the persons! property together with 1!3 of the proceeds of Ihe 1M3 crop amounting to I121.es. THE purchaser at wld sale will a required to execute bond with approved security, to secura the paynmt of the purchase money, snd a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. ' WITNESS my hand snd seal of nald Court on this, the 10 day of May, 1M». 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