The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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.PAGE an BI.YTHRVn.LE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1940 'utcte. TO ( Ranch-Style for Sma LAMP POST - FIRST FLOOR PLAN . Barnes Quits Race tor LiLittenant Governor litical development of slalewklr! in- If it a'ftcr, lunnn i Smaller Homes Show Increase Higher Construction Costs Force Owners To Conserve Space New houses now beinij built generally smaller than those t in Uie pre-war years. Labor ana materials are higher, and a or two off the end of a room means a substantial snvinc. This trend towards smaller homes brings the problem of effective utilization or siwcc by millions of families who cxuect to buy new homes during the mix 1 , few years. But careful ulannlne and .observance of a few simple } rules will make a small bouse appear roomy and comfortable. Utility of course, is .the urhno consideration in sclcctlr.e furniture and equipment, .. Massive braak- Ironti or bookcases are to be avoided, as arc "overstuffed" chairs In the kitchen, cabinets and oilier equipment should be nlanned- lo give the maximum service In n minimum of space. In the dining room one of the modern compact extension tables, which can oe. placed at the side of the room, will create space for'a uiano or other extra pirte. in the dining room. With, a little plannlni! thc dlntus room.-can be made to servo also as R second living room, a vcrv' neslr- abl ft situation fo.r.a small .home. Decoration of "floors and waits In the small homo can actually increase the appearance 'of roominess." Dark 'walls seem to fall into tlie room, ana should be avoided, its price class. ,Llght wall pater containing sprays Vhicli convey n "looking through" Illusion makes rooms feel larger. Ton 'dark rues also are lo Of • voided." Tlie: ijoft, warm colors found i" Imported Oriental rugs . Hrq • especially desirable . in smu'i homes. Always In good taste. t»ey co well with all types of fm'nlUU'e- Buch files create an air of luxury *nd comfortable living, going n Thc [ ivc room house, which has - Inni; way in providing Ihe cWc and imilsur ,i]y i, 1V (>c rooms and an ;\Uic Btmcsphere needed in the dc " I room with permanent stairway, nas coration of small homes to Mil ))con rc rtcroratcd and a number ol them out of the coinmonniaec. And in selecting rugs for the small home, it should be rememberca Army Recovers Stolen Goods Captain Arrested Along With Many Civilian Employes Hoover Fearful Of Handicaps Placed on OPA assistant Secretary of State VVil- Ing it from the grain shipments the Ham L. Olay.on conferred with U. S. lias promised to send to (?• Hoover by loiiK-cllstuncc lelcpVi'Jiic ! mine areas. •> j Friday when Ihc former President Mr. Hoover expressed (ears trm was at Hio cl<; Janicro. j th c Famine Relief 'program thus Clayton talked with Mr. Hoover »' olll <l be endangered. something rustic you're five-room ranch-style jiist the thing. U offers one-floor plan. Built "f masonry nnd frame, it fixtures a sins-'lc. roof, balanced dfsisn In front. A rail fence marking off a flugstoiie tm'uce gives » secluded look. Tlie large view window in front provides line natural light. There is a single-car garage a;- tach«l. The kitchen is for step-saving, for there is plenty of closet space close by. The interior Is well-balanced. You en" build this home in oily or suburb on a 00-foot lot. Note the attached kitchen and dinette and the hearth, provided in the living room. „ This is a charming, low-prlrc<l home which appeal's away :.bovc President Truman, was .scheduled to return here tomorrow. Inforna-d source:; revealed ihut nnbufial Former President Herbert Hoove; 1 was revealed today to be In agreement »lth high administraiion ol- ficials who feel that the U. S. famine relief program would b? Jeo- COJ.ORADO SPRINGS Colo Jimn ' l )al ' <lii!ctl lr Congress enacts an OPA IB. UJPi—An Army captaiM and he- Cx1e " !ilon 1)in simllnr to Ihat a|i- twcen 20 and 30 civilian employes l"' oml 'W Ule Senate, nt Peterson Field were hi-lil today Mi'- Hoover, who Is surveying (lie after a series of "raids" on Colorado ' Latin American food situation for Springs homes which uncovered sto- lon Government property woitli an estimated i Police Chief r. 13. Bruce. vinr!;ln« with Army niithorltles niH the FIJI. said a city-wide roundup of siispccis In the air base thefts had heen under way since last Friday. Raiding parties of local police, Army and Giivcrmnent agents have turned u|> hidden loot worth thousands of clot- lar.s in the homos of civilian v.'rjik- e.rii, lie said. Hi-fore tlie investigation Is -jvcr. Bruce said, the total loot may roach n value of 5100,000. • The week-end arrests climaxrd .* thi'e-inonth investigation of frcc- Ihnco looting at the nir base, it was revealed. Bruce said the thefts, which may eventually implicalq, as many HK fiu civilian employes, have been on nt the installation for three years. Federal charges of grand larceny ere being prepared .against some of thc suspects. 'Ihe only Army man nrrcslc-d when last night's roundup was tiiii- cd wns Capl. Billie E. Cairon. former director of maintenance at tlie base, lirtice indicated "several more" Army personnel might be in custody about tlie Senate-approved OPA WASHINGTON. June 18. COP)— '-'"' Bllicl1 would remove price oell- ... ings on meat, poultry and dairy Products after June 30. Mr. Hoover, the sources said, expressed concern. He agreed with Clayton thai removal of ceiling on lliese Inlluence farmers to FARM LOANS t.tiat a room appears larger wncn the rug'extends closislo the wa'is i al n , cct[ tl Uvilllf say a fool or .ess. A wide margin I ^ two bcrtro()m ^ bu|u , uul SK . chen. There arc. built-in cabinet^ mi-, its In t^ic'kilchen and a small'rear pnrch. Mr. Edwards is a veteran of World Wai- II and is with the Hubbard Furniture Co. Agricultural Official Finds Something 'Screwy' With The Price of Tomatoes NEW ORI.KANSJ, June IS. IUPI — The Texas Commissioner of Agriculture declared today that there definitely was something screwy in tlie farm price setup. Commissioner J. E. McDomld cited tomatoos. as an example. The price Texas fanners get fov miiiar changes made. their tomatoes, he said, was so low The modern plan of the house, j they can't afford lo harvest I hem. - - But Pair AppnUal 4 Prompt S*rrioa RAY WORTHINGTON Serving This Section for 21 Years 115 So. 3rd. Hlylhevillc. Ark. f ****** LMN S»Acfk* /•/ ' c iln to livestock, thus divert- THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret l)«n Smith, Owner ta(ram Bldr. Phone 3274 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a-quick sale sec me. 1 have buyers for himes. List your property with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office KO So. Second Phones 446 or Tune in Prudential Program Sunday ill 3 p.m. over James Edwards' Buy Home on East Davis Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards aro moving this week to their new house they purchased from Mi'- and Mrs. J. E. llasson, at 111 East. Davis. includes a sun porch on thc East, But if they tried to buy then back built-in breakfast nook and a ! on the retail market, they couldn't terest, is tlio announcement ~ b) Leonard T. Barnes. Ashley county candidate for lieutenant governor that lie will withdraw from.thf cam-, puign for that office. .•'"•. Tn announcing his withdrawal, Mr. Barnes slated Unit he would fnuipc>i;t Nathan Ci. Gordon. Congressional Medal of Honor winner, ol Morrilton. around the rug usually inaKcs reom look; smaller. • Banter Moves Into New Home Af7059Ho/ly Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Williams and daughters. Miss Virginia Williams "and Martha Ellen Williams, have moved into their new home. 1C59 Holly, alter having resided lor several years at 1700 Hearn. Mr. Williams is president of thc First National Bank. The house they purchased several months ago has been completely remodeled with three bedrooms, two baths, (he newest equipment in the ultra-modern kitchen, in addition fo the large living ro-im. dining room and sun porch on !h<r South. The former duplex was converted into a modernly .arranged ho'isc nnd now has a healing system, new lighting fixtures and wooden blinds for the porch on the rear. A colonial cottage entrance was used on the front and lucre Is a larjte picture in the living room. Drug Store Installs New Cooling System Owens Drug Store, 300 West Main, now has a cooling system ..which has provided the stoic jvilh correct air conditioning. Another feature to be added is the new fountain which is expected to arrive within two or three wc?ks, the owner, Sam C. Owens, said. afford them, he said. McDonald didn't, know the "spread," but he was "there's absolutely too.much America, which will oo.m its annual ! 2.1 for -ight' More Workir>en Finding Non-Agricultural Jobs LITTLE ROCK. Ark, June id (UP) — Tin- UnttctY States Employment: service here todav reiuascrt H report nnou'lng n continued upward trend In non-agricultural em- once between tho^prjjes ; tlie farmer (jets. for his product ~aiid 'the prn'cs ! housewives have to pay fo;- if." j Retrackini: to lomatocs, McDnr.'ild reported that Texas farmers were | getting two to two and one-qunrl?r . cents a pound for uniform, culled I specimens. On the market here, he pointed out, they sold for 2n cents a iniuud. | oummer session Jimi who !;-"(.•> v.eoks. ; ' crluin j Others in Mississippi County In" liffer- | be on the Cedar Vullcy M:\ff will in- ployment !n April 15 and Mny ' area 15. between Tho figures showed non-agncui- «iral employment In thc capital city area nt about ilO.OOO. Some 145 firm.-, submitted icpons to tfie USES In May, representing 30,'JOU. of (he total non-Iarm employment Tor that month. Onrinc May. 2.153 additional Jou openings were listed with the USES Merc, which \vas about 25 per cent, less than the mini her of job open- inns received In 'April, officials said. Mississippi Countians Assist at Scout Camp Harvey "Cotton" POSL;O of Blytheville has been named ^.site i:om- iniKsioner at' Camp Ccclm Valley, Hardy. Ark., camp of the Enstm> Arkansas Council of Hay Scouts ol chul? Jarnt'S Brents of Armon- nal leader; Wcston P. l-'ltis, prc—' director, and IJavUl Mom 1 , both of Osceola. PETE IS THE i 'LUMBER/ If You Plan to Build or Remode! Cull us fur your Plum hi ni; Needs. Baby Chicks $1.00 to $12.00 p*r 100. 3 clays ft> 1 weeks olil—At Store Feeds and Supplies. WANTED Var and shelled Corn—All qriitlcs. One bushel up - O.lts - \Vlicat - Ilarlcy - Alfalfa Hay and rnul- try of all kinds. l':iy top market prices. Elevator Feed Store N. -illi Broadway al Hit Crossing J. .1. Field, Mgr. We slock ;im! insliill innbiii!; Fixtures. JESSE W. PROVENCE nil riiiinc 2719 127 East Vine- Sl 109 N T . First Wo Furnish ICvcryfhiiiK COMPLETE For the Hathroom and Kitchen PLUMBING ELECTRIC PUMPS SEPTIC TANKS WATER HEATERS NOTICE! WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY JUNE 22 * . .,„*...,...-. \. : - • - f r • • , -^ -.. For Inventory Delia Implement Company Blythevillc, Ark. For Sole by L L Robinson Lumber Co. Phone 551 3 00MF03TAIR FANS 2 im ATTIC FANS * MOI T ? 99 7 2 WATER HEATERS 1 STOKER 2 LAVATORIES CONSOLIDATED Instiitlcd Chinn Cr.mplcte Comptolc (White Scat) S 26' SINK, COMPLETE 15 EA S 2 " .....Hi- 50 i''in,i, THK:K COTTON INSULATION H((iiiiri' I'uot WALL PAI'KR !5c lo 30<: I'KIJ ROLL KM)': PURR WHITE I'AINT .I'cr Giilion I. IF NOT, see us today. A few dollars spent for addilionui insurance today rnay i v , T o you thousands toi.ioriow. General insurance Agency "Everything In Insurance" F. W. WHITNER First National Bank Phone 2«41 The Weather Is Right For Outside Painting Our Outside House Paint is of thc highest quality. Containing the proper pigments and vehicles in thc correct amounts. Titranium 41" : Pigments: white Lead ?.9'" Zinc Oxide Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. has been appointed sole dealer in Mississippi County for thc now famous Mineral Surface Coating that makes wet cellars BONE DRY . . PAINT KITCHEN and BATHROOM WALLS with SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SEMI-LUSTRE REG. TKAO£ MARK U Sv Vehicle: 3CP Processed Linseed Oil 30' : Raw Linseed Oil . 40' Driers ? . 15" Mineral Spirits 15 : Ciill Us For I'iiinlcr & Paper Hanpors DEALS' PAINT & WALLPAPER STORE Hcnjamin Moore Paints 101 So. First Nu-Enamel Vaints Phone 409 WATERPROOFS and DAMP-PROOFS INTERIOR and EXTERIOR Porous Masonry Surfaces such as CONCRETE, MASONRY and CINDER BLOCKS, COMMON BRICK, ROUGH PLASTER, STUCCO JNews of this remarkable scientific product recently reached the public through one of America's most widely read magazines. It waterproofed the Maginot line—underground installations and all. Now being used—as fast as it can be produced—to waterproof public and private buildings, basements, foundations, retaining walls, swimming pools, etc., throughout the country. Aquella is for interiors; Aquella No. 2 for exteriors. Place YOUR ORDER NOW. Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. « Telephone 691 1 t OSCEOLA, ARKANSAS Semi-gloss finish for kitch- cnand bathroom walls and all interior woodwork. Durable — washable. V 1 i Qi. VARNISH for FLOORS • FURNITURE • WOODWORK SHERWIN-WILLIAMS : fAAR-MOT VARNISH Dcamidcsandprotccts.Rcsists chipping.scuffingandscratch- M MSM Ing. Will noc euro white. | *1tf " Qi. PROTECT PORCH FLOORS . . with SHCRWIN-WlLLUMS PORCH&FLOOR ENAMEL /7 ' Weatherproofs thc surface. ^ iff f 113 i «it. Resists wear and tear. Beautiful glou finish. coat ... no brmh marks . many gorgeous colors. 83 BRIGHTEN UP rURNITUat • WOODWORK • TOYS with SHmwrN-WfLLIAMS G ENAMELO1D One Coat Enamel Easy «o o« ... covers with one n. BEAUTIFUL - DURABLE FLOORS SNEKWIN-WILLIAMS FLOOR-ENAMEL A tougli, Jong wearing enimel for wood, linoleum and cement floors. Diic5 bud. Wasliabls. • 1 W' I I J | QI. PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. IZ* W. MAIN nr

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