The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1947 · Page 7
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MONDAY, JUNK 2, 19-17 BLYTIIEVILMB (AUK.)' COUUIER NEWS 'Voluntary'Boost In Rents Opposed Senator Expresses Fear of Possible Landlord Tactics WASHINGTON, June •>. (Ul>) —Sen. Allen J. Ki; : iKl'?i-, !>., Ln.. [•lmi-|;c<l loilny Unit the rent con( liill would allow t.mcil ttdi (a .iyl:iy" llieir tenants ami "blu,(- fipon" them into nccciiilu? 15 per cent rout increases. Elh'm!(M- snid the hill, which is cxiwctccl (<> coino up ;o r a .'inal vote in the Senate on Monday, j> "worse than no Icf-islalio i ;il nil." Without new Ipyislntlon, rein controls wonlti expire June 30. The Senate bill, said ElleixliT, has hern "euinscnliitcd'' 1-y ainciKi- meiHs which would: 1. Pfnnil a ID IX.T cent jump in rait i-i>iliii|j:i over Sepi. 1. 1011! levels where a tenant and hi; landlord agree voluntarily on u. new louse running throuii'.i 19-18. 2. Order the federal <;..vcia- incnt to decontrol ;it least five per cent of the nation's 000 rent ctn- lrn| areas each month. EHoiwler said no lenunt eoukl afford to reject u hinillortl'.-i offer of a yeiu-'s lease in rctur.i for a. 15 pur cent hocst ijee.uiso tile housing situation is so tieli:. The five per cent mnmli)/ r.,.. conlrol pi-ovi.sion, lie said, would kill rent ceilings niul make i;r- l>OKSib!e uii orderly decontrol ;i;n- Sracl. He sunr;fsle'd that in ey'il of u prcsiclciithil veto, ir.i ou> right, extension of present, controls by congressional resolution might, he) feasible. Meanwhile, Senf.te Ucnnblicii.Ms were confident they coulil drive till-on;.;]! their version :;f rent Icx- •U;itlon and in addition drop most Vmlruls on buildinns. Wappapelio Lake To Be Site of 4-H Camp in Missouri CAHUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Jl'.:ie2 —A permanent 4-H Clii'j camp is to be constructed on \Vappapello Lake for use by 4-H ciul) niRinbors of 13 Southeast Missouri counties, nccording to armounccmrm by A. u. Webb, Sleek', who is seciclnry- Ircasiircr of a coniini;t-:o set up to proceed with the project. The camp site will be on what in known as Sanderson Point, about 11 miles from the dam nl the mni'.h of Lost Creek. The committee is comprised, in addition to Mr. Webb, of John H Wolpers, Poplar BtufF, ehaiimair nnil Lee Dallon, Bollingi-i- County', vice-chairman. The committee has in-ranged to have the as-j-jciation incorporated, and prepare.-! governing ..by-laws. The-.group. 44 ill make request for 20-year lease on the land, and construction costs will be met l>y membership fees. Tlw camp w.SI ke lEtl primarily by 4-H groups, and T^her groups closely nliixl with 4-H Club work, and file Extension Service. Double or Nothing PAGE Man Who Gave Away Dough, Finds Generosity Brings 'Fame' IMTTSHUHCill, (111 1 ) —SOUK! "my I Biiin [nine building n bi-Her mouse- | trap. Another way is to «lvo nway i SMO.OOO. I KiijIH months »fter Rlvlnt; away Us $350.1100 fortune, C'harles A, Locke. I'iltslnirch altoruey, has become n local Institution aiul n n;i- llonal celcbrily. lust July, lueke decided It was "ridiculous" lor him to Im*: so much money. So lie established, I" honor of his mother, Hie Kunn:\ W. 1-ocke Memorial Fund for the 1'lll.slMirgn YMCA, (he University or Pitlsmutih and Ihe 1'iotcstai t dloi-ese of Pittsburgh. The story was curried In new piipcrs all over the world. Tie thousands of letters, nlume enlls. dimic'r Invitations mid i-lltn that fitllmved were to be. expL'cli'd -for ii while. Hut l.oeke says II was only tlir bi-Kliinliij.. "e Is still beliii! ovenvhelinei 1 , with Briers to preaeli In rliinvhrs, •"Peak ki-liirp ycnitij; people'* <ir- liaim.atinns, service Croups i"»l I'lsii prlvntc honu'.s. llwnlly members »[ Hi,, -itutil l)iiiii|ur.snc club In I'UIMnirKli wen- sh"ike,| to iliiii u u . cldt'ily altoi- »''Y was bplntf mobljed by U'n of Hie I'ltib's iviillre.s.scs wli" Wiiiilci I" wmi'ive liis himd nuil kiss niin. Adfi\s^<>s on hi.s h'tti'v.s j'atH'.t 1 fioin "The CUiy In I'Utstnu'Kti Whn Have AU'ay All Ills Money." l« "The Iliipny Lmvyi'i'." Ills letters can be el (tie lifniUiiK, IH'aU.in 1 ,'., nil enillk eati'^oi'Si'.s. lie asked to handle law ea lant p:irls of the eninit x)K'(lllions to save Konth ^'t\i .sa- VIIKI'S from llu 1 white man. nncl write boolt:; on iihll(xsoi>hy. sslfled In lUIIll;; ',lll(t luji been •.s in dis- Spcnds $10,000,000 UTn.K HOCK, Ark., June 'I ilJ.l'.» • HdRiir II. u;xou, ]ii-<si(l. ni ol thi: Mnrli-ie Tower ami l.li'.ln r|>., of Ne w Voil;, >..\\-\ yes:IT. l A Ixiiix DUlanr.r Muvlnf ctcBt Help ftj*1 MDl»M«uk. A4«- tny thiil his compHiiy had invested uu additional >IO.COO,0'H) !•! kimsuK lit the ptthl llr.uj ye-,\r,?. Dixon predicted thai 'ho ;in-:i will grow Mjundljr and permanently and thai its'eiee'.r.'c rtHjulf- niDiiUs will l,e tretxlcd:in ih« next 30 ycnra, Fowlsfon School of Music la Offering Special Summer Classes PIANO - ORGAN — VOICE . Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A., S. M. M. 'IVrin stiirLs Jtinu 2\x] tlirough August 3t, 1947. A stiociiil price for Dip three months'terra in piano is \.it>h\K offered. I''or inl'orniiition, uall or write— 809 Chickasawba Phone 2049 First entrants in the Miss Chattanooga ot 1047 contest are talented , identical twins, Jane and Jcnn Cunningham. Contest directors flave ! them permission to enter as a team and win or lose the contest i together. If they take first prize, the twins will represent the city IJ_ in the Hiss America contest this tail as Misses Chattanooga. NOTICE (>!•' SALE Notice is hereby 'ii'.vn thai (he undersigned, as ussi^.i.-c nl tlv.it certain note and chapel m-jrlfja^e given by Sum A. Weils to rirst National Bank, of Bl.vi'ur-vni.!. Arkansas, on the i:Hh day :.f March, 1947, to secure the payjnr:u r . or an indebtedness or $:ir>l.i:<, and default having been made in th'> payment or same, will within lawful lic'irs, at the South door of tin 1 Court House in the City of Blvtheville, Arkansas, on Wednesday, .June U,th, 1947, oirer for sale anj sell to the highest bidder for cash. One Chevrolet, two door, automobile, Motor No. 340j:il'!. Title to suit! pvopei'V is ly'lieved to be good, but 1 shall sell and convey as Mortgagee, om./. This the HOlh day of May, 1017. C. A. llhidman, Assignee of Mortgagee. u,2-9 Approximately 21G persons lost their lives in celebration or the Fourth of July in the united States in 1935. Italian Prime Minister forms Coalition Cabinet ROME, June 2. (UP) — Prime Minister Alcidc tfe Gnspcvi <vn:- r.lelcr formation of a ce-'i;<:,' -right coalil.ion ^overninenl witliouf: Co:;;- immist members Salurday nnd said his new cabinet will be sworn in Sunday. A formal announr:e,virpt 'hat D? Gaspcri had accepted :i niantlalc. to lead another gov-enmrci.;, -,v;;s expected today. BUILD TERMITES OUT READY-MIXED CONCRETE Your new home can he made tcr- initc-proofand structurally modern hy building fouadntions, Hoots ai:J porcltcs of concrete, Ready-Mixed Concrete helps contractors 'Io a top quality job; The "mix" is accurately proportioned for the use intended by expert concrete men . . . every load uniform uv strength, density and reliability ; ; ; delivered exactly wbcrc and when you want it. let u^pt you In touch with reliable contractors who can give you u QQcd horrn and savo you money- fhonc us forlnformallon. HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South lOtli St. t Phonc^SSl All of Your Life Insurance Needs Genera! American Life Ins. Co. E. H. FORD, District Manager Lynch Kid",. • Un.siu«ss 1'lionu 2811 Res. 3!S. r > : i\H!.TON K. 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