The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1946 · Page 4
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J3LYTHEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIER BETTER HOMES TUESDAY, JUJJY ,1C, ;194.6 East New Business Units Under Construction Several -Firms Plan To'Shift Locations, Get Larger Quarters The end of East Main slrcet Is having a "face-lifting." New buildings are ncaring completion, olhers have been started and still olhers remodeled with some of'Ihe landmarks in Ihe.city being moved lo make way for modern structures. Largest of th'osc new building:; is that .o( George M. Lee of Blylln>- -ville,, being erected at Ihe corner of Main and .Lilly. This addition lo.hfs presenl.bii'.ld- Jng, at 307 East Main, will be used for display rooms and u garage for his truck business. To .be of concrete blocks, the front will IJD stuccoed in white nnd a large amount of .plnle glass used. Mr'. Lee .also owns the property at the corner- of Main and Luke and plans to convert IhLs location into a display room for his aiuo- mobiles which will give him Hie entire block between Lake and Lilly for his automobile and truck businesses. One of the oldest -buildings in Blythevlllc, the Hlackwell home .was moved by Mrs. Sybil Phillips, of ^thLs'.city, to make room for Her new building. Another building on Ihe same lot. also was moved lo the cornev el Dougan nnd Laclede and remodeled as residences. •Many Changes Made The 00-foot front now Is the site of City Cleaners, owned by Mrs. Phillips-, the Modlngcr Tire Company, owned by Cornelius Modinger nnd his son. Cornelius 'Modlngcr Jr., bolh of Dlylhevi and llalley Body Shop. Mrs. Phillips .purchased lh(. .property from "Chunk" Piucell sold 44 feel lo the Modlngers. In addition to the denning plant, .which has »• 21-foot frontage, Mrs. i ^Phillips rents Ihe oilier half of her building to Ihe body shop. Both the Modingers and Mrs. •Phillips have erected buildings of concrete blocks with up-to-drne .equipment for their businesses. •i routs will be stuccoed. The cieiining firm building hfis an .unusually large amount'of light 'and ventilation and new efiutp- ;ment includes an aulomatlc sicmn .generalor. City Cleaners has inovwl from Its former location. 303 East Main.' with this location to be borne ol :a new'Second hand clothing slorc. Mrs. Phillips will operate bolh •businesses. New -Home fqr -Wholesaler Homer Nunnclly is erecting new concrete block building. 40 by • 90 feet, to be used for his wholesale grocery business. Thi: building Is of the same type a: other new .buildings In that block. Home Of Light pes Changes Insulation Practices Studied To Provide Maximum Protection Kxuorls In I tic field :or Insulation various Inside surfaces me conduct mi; constant sltidv ' improve it-, value in )l ; ; immv cn|i'- ui'in lues in evi;ry-d;iy .living. An lii)|:orl!iiu (kiYfloniiKiit In ihe field ol hiiinc insulation, for example, is the ptmi.-ipJu (if "balanced insulation." As defined by Paul 13. Close, lecli- nlcal sucivlsiry of ihe Insulation Hoard JiiMilulo, balanced insulation simply.meiins dislrlbtillon.of the In- .'-.lllation as v.ltU-ly :LS possible over 1 till exposed walls, ceiling, floor and filnxs surfaces. The liitler Includes slorm whitlows jind /iVealhersU'lP- Piilpj of doors and window*.' fn (lit! l-jsl. ([UarK'r of a cotitury. since Insulation fji'si began lo bn ririignlzcd us ;i ncce-sslly in home construction, a frcnuent ur:icli<:» lias \jfcii to insulate only (,nr. i-r:of or attic 1 , on llr. 1 thcnry that benm.o •liciil Uses, the largest .heal, loss Is iroiu;h [ho lop of the house. The researchers, however, nave iun ( | ihai spreading the- Insnlalinn vcr all exposed surfaces has the "porumt advantage «t provldinn tore economical heating find great. r euniCiirt. They Imve found thai lalnnccd insnlatlnn helps to "" way wllh tlratls by c-limln:iltn!.' ildoly dlllerent tcmpci'ahircs FIRST FLOOR 'SHCOND PLOOR Here Is a home -which cohiijines Ihe colonial style with modern Innovations. It Is six room, frame and requires a lot Htl feet wide. Parllculnrly noteworthy Is Ihe picture window effect in the front which provides good natural light. The home was designed by Hi: Selby of Cleveland and won second prize In Ihe National Association of Home buildcrx contest this year. Spaciousness is the Iheme nnd is accenlu.ilcd by Ihr combined living and dining rooms on the main floor. The picture window effect Is enhanced-by a corner .window -seat in Ihe living room. There Is a Jnvnlory on the first floor and bath on the second. The attractive front lerrace I:: flagstone!. Garage is attached. Willie iniodcralely priced, this home ulill/os modern techniques foi fully utilizing space by omitting unnrcc'.ssary hallways and IIIIIVT ol feels The main Uooi rooms permit an excellent view of the garden in the rear. Death Sentences Read to 43 Nazis American Military Court in Dachau Decides Fate of 73 DACHAU, July 1C. (UP) — An American military conn today sentenced 43 of the IS Nazi SS troops convicted of participation in the Malmcdy massacre of American prisoners lo execution by hnnis'ne. Among those sentenced to be hanged was Col. Joachim Pelpler. leader of "Ti\sklorcc Peipor"—the SS outfit which was disclosed to have carried ont most of the executions of unarmed American prisoners during the Battle of the wiirvey Stewart, who some "time'Bulge In December, 1<H4. ago purchased a block of busincjn Piepcr was the commander ol buildings known as Ihe Hargett. Ihe 1st SS Panzer regiment, buildings, has done extensive re- Seventy-four Germans were modeling. A whisky slore has been ''aced on Irlal for the atrocities moved into a corner building and another whisky store, formerly located in Stewart's Drug Store building, has been separated and moved to another location, Odell Campbell has remodeled his pool room, 312 East Main. Southern Ice Cream Company Has As a simple Illustration of tun value.oHralanced Insulation, assume that a .-Jinull Iionip is an exact cube. ,md you wish to determine uhether you should put six Inches of insiiin- tlon on the celling or one Inch OP. each of the six surracc-a. A calculation of heat losses shows it would cost 35 per cent less to heat this theoretical home if all surfaces were covered with on: Inch of Insulating board than if the cell- Ing were covered with six inches. This .is because the first Inch or insulation Is the most effective ir. reducing 'heat loss. TJitH, In the example cited, 011= inch of insulation would reduce the heat .loss through each surface ibout 44 per cent, six Inches or nsulntlng board In the ceiling alonr. n.uld reduce the fccal loss there Color of Roof Important in Home Planning What every home-owner—real or prospective—should know about roofing Is explained In a ncv; booklet, "Choose Your Roof for Ram and Shine," to be published In Juiy by 28 loading manufacturers of building materials. Written In non-technical language, the booklet emphasises the necessity of maintaining a .sound, fire-resistant roof and illustrates the proper use of color in homes. Remodeling and exterior styling arc other subjects covered. "Long term protection is of first importance in a roof." the booklet states, "even though roofing !•> nidralial FARM LOANS / Low Inter** All prnlesl mould be in writint and Illecl in the office of the Citj Clerk. JOE City Engineer. 719-10 if F»lv Appralul 4 Prompt Swiga RAY WORTHINGTON Scrvinff This Section for 21 Years 115 So. 3rd, • Blythevillc, Ark. TV. r»d»IUI Ixwuu CW». r • Tune In Prudential Program Sunday nl :i p. in. over WRKC capable of adding beauty to a horn". enhancing design, lending color ami giving character and charm." The use of color to create pleasing psychological and visual effects or lo provide contrast ami harmony is fully explained. Home-owners art; urged to "understand color, noi avoid it." by about 82 per cent. This saving, when divided among all six surfaces, would be nbnut 14 per con; for each surface. Insulating board is particularly adapted for obtaining balanced in- sutalion because it can be used as a structural nmtcrlnl,' with little or ltr> increase in building costs. FHA Will Insure Insulation Loans To Conserve Fuel With another fuel sliarla'j; officially predicted for next winter, the Federal Housing Administration has renewed its offer In Insure loans for financing fuel-saving homo improvements. This means insulation of your home against anjthsr cold v. Inter can be done this summer and fall and you can pay for It later. Covering inside walls and lining attics with rigid .insulating board is one way of protecting a home against winter colil and warding off the heat of the summer sun. Experts of the Cornell University vegetable crops department say that liine is needed on more than three-fourths of New York state's vegetable soils for bc.st yields ol nil crops, except, perhaps, potatoes, beans and tomatoes. Edgar Allan Poe, at the age jl '26, was twice fts old as his ' Phone 2 109 N. Fl Wo Furnish Everything] COMPLETE For the Bathroom anil Kitchen PLUMBINGI ELECTRIC PUMPS SEPTIC TANKS WATER HEATERS established a retail store at 310 Enst Main, in a building repaired and redecorated. It is owned by J. F. Johnson of Little Rock, who owns three buildings in that bloc.;. Building of Fireproof Garages Gains Favor Because many fire.s originate in garages, special precautions must be taken in the construction of attached garages to reduce the possibility of a fire spreading lo the house. Walls and ceilings should be solid id 73 of them were convicted. Twenly-lwo of the defendants were sentenced to life Imprison- iicnt. Of the remainder two were sen- cnced lo 20 years in prison, one 15 years nnd five lo 10 years each. Col. Gen. Josef Diclrich. commander of the Oth SS Panzer Army, was sentenced to life imprisonment. The date for execution of the Nazis will be fixed by Ihe Army Reviewing Authority. None.,of the defendants displayed any surprise when the sentences \vcrc read out by Brig. Gen Josial T. Dalbey- dcpuly commander general of Ihe Third Division and pies, tdcnt of Ihe court. Victory Grin NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that H. If. Garriett has made application lo re- lodel the house located on the Jast 14 feet of North CO feet of Lot 'ive and the north fifty feet of Lol all in block seven of the Davis Third Addition to the City of Bly- heville. After remodeling the bullritng to be used as a home laundry. ,> ('.fca..-Theodore .O. Bilbo, *om- ? t iptete \rlth loud tie and red sus- ;- •>/fm*n, i frint rt»ppUj as h« rc- ^' •»»»**• oo'the front porch of his -thome". M .Poplarvllle, wim a successlul . (or reflection. ind fire-resistant, nnd the door •onnecllng \vllh the house should be insulated and self-closing, liolh he garage roof and the house roof hould be covered with firc-resislant asphalt shingles for extra protcc- lon. A graded garage floor will ellm- natc hollows in which gasoline vapors might collect. If You Plan to Build or Remodel Call us for your Plumbing Needs. _ We stock and install al Plumbing Fixtures. JESSE W. PROVENCE 127 East Via* Sirert SHERWiN-WlLUAMS SEMI-LUSTRE WALL FINISH It's the housewives' favorite! Semi-Lustre W»l! Finish gives rich color and lasting beauty to kitchen, and baih- room walls as well as wood- 1 ork throughout' the house, •i.nazingly washable ... cuts house-cleaning time I , v .;.- 1" Qt. WE MIRACLE WALL FINISH PLANTER'S HARDWARE Phone 515 CO., INC. 126 West Main St. The City Slicker and His Cow Jjvcrylioily felt sorry for Fanner Wliilncy when his only daughter Annie.ran off with I he Cily Slicker, lint Ihey felt sorrier for Annie when her Dad died, nnd she and her husbiiml came back to run llic farm. Nobody liked'the Cily Slicker much, Unh Annie was a. local gal—and Iho.y did luive bad luck. Frosts hit the orchards, crops were rained out, the barn bnmcd down n-ilh Ihe last cow in it. So the neighbors got togctbcr and lalkcd things over. For 'lie sake of Annie's Dad, one gave Ihrin a cow. A second ngroed lo furnish feed. A third offered the use of his barn nnlil tlie Slicker and his wife gol on Ihcir feet. Well, tlie Slicker soon found-Hint the cow gave more milk than lie nnd Annie could use. -Being a. slircwd citizen, lie sold the surplus. The proceeds helped him lo buy another cow. The neighbors, approving this ambition, supplied more feed and the vet olTcred his services free. About llmt time, the Slicker decided the local milkmen wore robbers. He ilid some tall talking about Hie high prices they charged, meanwhile soiling his own milk for less. Many folks agreed thai Ihe Slicker was S3. gi'cal crusader against selfish interests. But one of Ihe neighbors (wlio happened to be a milkman) figured things out. He knew he couldn't nfTord lo buy co\vs, feed and doctor them, accniire er|tiipmcnt, pay delivcrymcn—and slill sell nt the same price as the Slicker, who hadn't a dime invested, got feed free, and had no overhead. A grcnl lo-do resulted, and soon folks slopped hauling feed to the Slicker's cows (which were now four in number). The neighbor requested barn rent, and the vet asked pay for his services. When the Slicker was really on his own—lie suddenly realized the local \nilk- incn were doing a darned good job lo sell milk as cheaply as they did. It's easy to compare the Slicker's methods with gov- , eminent in business. \Vhcn taxpayers' money furnishes Jf- everytliing—even lo making up any animal losses—it's' not surprising that no /xmiiOOT-tnaniigcd, taxpaying company can compete with it—any more than the local milkmen could compete ^yilll the City Slicker. Enjoy "Till! ELECTRIC HOUR" » itli Robert Armbruitcr't Orcltcitrtt' Every 5«;iJuy ajternoon t 4*30, EDST, CBS Net»-ork. 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