The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1949 · Page 7
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June 21, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FACE SEVEN REPAIRS - IMPROVEMENTS^ Hot Days Stress Insulation Needs High Temperatures ft* Of Roof Superheat Home's Living Area How the interior at the home can be made cooler than outside air even on hottest summer days was the timely pointer announced today by the Construction Bureau, New York clearing house for huild- Ing Information, after studying experiments conducted by the National Bureau of Standards. Roof temperatures, often reach 140-150 degrees, vast amounts of this superheat penetrating to the living quarters; and the summer- long Bureau of Standards tests were designed to determine how this could be avoided. On an August afternoon when outside air temperature was 93 degrees, the underside of the roof tested by the Bureau was 138 degrees; air in the attic was 130. Almost half of this superheated air penetrated the uninsulated ceiling into the room below and thermometers there showed '106 degrees or 13 degrees hotter than outside air. Insulation Is Answer One part of the ceiling was insulated with full-thick b.itts of mineral wool and one portion of the ceiling had no insulation. Ceiling temperature where there was no insulation was 106,2 degrees, but the veiling beneath the mineral wool was onlv 90.8 degrees or more than 1*0 degrees cooler than out- Reol Estate Transfers (Chlekaaawlu Dl.lrltt) Dr. E. M, and Mable Oray, C. E. and Elizabeth Gray, John C. and No!a Gray, Mrs. N. C, Montgomery Laura Oray, Virginia Rogers, Mnry —Courier Newt Fholo MODERN' DUPLEX—Air conditioning 'lor comfort both summer snd winter Is a feature of this modern design nine-room duplex at 1604-1606 Cbtekasawba Ave. owned by Mra. Jessie R. Hughe*, this duplex Is of brick and hollow tile construction with Hve rooms on one side »nd Jour on the other The air conditioning system functions to heat the house in winter and cool it in summer. The duplex is insulated and the windows are of thermopane glass, wfr.ch consists of double layers of gla-ss with a dead air space in between. A layer of asphalt title Is laid atop concrete flooring and thti In turn is carpeted in portions o-f the duplex. Walls are of plaster throughout, with the exception of-the dividing wall. This is of smooth red brick. The door frames are of steel and the doors are of flush plywood. Closets are cedar lined and have sliding doors. The roof Is of asphalt shingles. Mrs. Hughes lives In the west half of the duplex and Dr. and Mrs. Scott occupy the other half. FOR YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS CALL US "Pete" the Plumber Phone 2731 Quality Repair Parts txpeil Workmanship We Sell and Install CRANE PLUMBING EQUIPMENT Hobby Can Be Theme for Boy's Room Decor A boy's bedroom should be masculine and reflect his tastes. Eliminate fuss and frills, baby blues and pinks. Use wall design that ties in with his hobbles. If he thinks he'i a sailor man, give him ships; if he likes airplanes, let these be the motif. This theme can also be repeated in the bedspread and floor design. Asphalt tile flooring is perfect for this because some of the tiles are made with inset picture cut-outs of these motifs and can be used to Carry out the pattern you have chosen. This Iloor has a very pratlcal value, too, because it's very easy to keep clean. The boy's room should also be given a shelf above the bed so he will have books and magazines in easy reach. A desk U another necessity; and hang a bulletin board on the wall so he Can pin up the favorite pictures and posters. side air. The Bureau reached these con elusions: "A lath-and-plaster o equivalent ceiling exposed dtrectl; to heat o! the attic will be so ho on warm summer days as to ad materially to the discomfort o persons in thfe room below. Blan keb or loose fill insulation put o top OE the ceiling will greatly 1m prove conditions." According to the U. S. Department of commerce, mineral wool is the type of blanket and loose fill insulation most : widely used, approximately two-thirds of all home insulating material used today being rock wool, slag wool or glass wool. Permits Sought For 3 Homes, Two Businesses Applications for three residences ,nd two business buildings were ilaced on file during the past week n the office of City Engineer Joe larney. Two were for new residences and one was for an addition to a house. Total estimated costs, according to ,he permit applications, were $14.$00 'or residential work and $6,000 for ,he business building. Applications were filed by: E. B. Chitwood. for a concrete block cafe and nightclub on' West Highway 1 B; estimated cost, $2,000. L. O. Gill, for a five-room frame residence on North Highway 61; estimated cost. $7,000, Scott Alley, for a steel and concrete neon and sign shop on North Highway 61: estimated cost, $4,000. P. F. Miller, to add two rooms and bath to residence at 908 South Lilly; estimated cost, $»00. E. D. Ferguson, for a six-room frame residence at 102 South Clark; estimated cost, $7,000. Major Crimes Increase LITTLE ROCK, June 21 (jl> A major crime was committed every 18 seconds of 1948. Edwin J. Folti. Little Rock. FBI chief said yesterday. Foltz, speaking before the Little Bock Engineers club, said that tiie present crime trend is the most serious in the history of the nation. Read Courier News Want Ads. Redecorating Plans Should Include Floors Don't overlook the floors in your house cleaning or redecorating plans, home maintenance experts advise. They point out that since the floor Is such » prominent part of a room, its condition determines in large measure the degree of room attractiveness. If your floors are of hardwood they can be restored to their full beauty by reconditioning even though neglected for many years. the experts say. That Is one reason they add, why oak and other flooring hardwoods are utilized so extensively in homes. Oak. for example, Is used more than all other residential flooring materials combined. Most companies specializing In floor reconditioning perform a thorough. speedy job at moderate cost. A home owner who Is "handy," however, can do the work himself. The task Is relatively simple when sanding and polishing are done with electric machines, which usually can be rented at nominal rates from a floor sanding company or a hardware dealer. In addition to a large sander for the general floor area It Is advisable to obtain an "edger," a small hand sander, for use near walls and In small closets. A polisher can be adapted both for buffing and polishing. Three sandlngs generally are recommended. The first, with coarse sandpaper, removes the old finish. The next two, with progressively finer paper, eliminate scratches tlid spots and smooth the surface. If floor seal is selected as a finish, It can be applied easily from a standing position with a long-handled applicator. Some rloor seals contain wood filler, when these are Johnston and Mlldren Bryan to Korrls Ann Patterson, 50 acres in Section 2-UN-tE, $1 and other con slderatlon. E. B. and Rovene C. David to Bill Reid Company, Lots 2, 3, 4. 5 9, T, ». «. 10 In Block 4 and Lots 11. 12, 13, U, 15, 17. 18, 19 In Block 5 ! of David Acres Subdivision, $13,600 E. C. and Lora Mae Flceman 10 Robert W. Ration, a plot 150 by ISO feet in Section 6-14N-9E, $10 and other consideration. Bill Reid Company to Ed and Winnie Northcutt. Lot 6 of Block 3 of the David Acres Subdivision, $6,475. Bssie Davis to Harrell C. Davis, one acre in Section 11. 15N-11E. $400. Mrs J. F, and Betty Jo Mooney to T. E. and Catherine Mooney Benson, Part of Lot 2 01 the Sam Barnes Subdivision. $10 and exchange of property. Annabel Bryant Fill to Virgil Green and Evelyn Blythe. a ploV 100 by 400 feet In Section 10-15N- 11E, $1,750. Susan Moore to Delllc and Elbert Stokes, Lots 21 and 22 in Block of Ihe W. W. Holllpeter Second Division. $100. Thula Belle Travis Walpole (o Willie Ann Travis, Lots 11 and 12 in Block 1 of the Park Addition. $1 and other consideration. Leo B. Barcroft to Alice Barcroft. Lot 239 of Block 17 of Ma- nlla. SI and other consideration. Lena Jones Wilson to Anne Wilson BiUner, part of Lots 8 and 9 In Block 1 of the Miller and Greenlee Addition, $1 and other consideration. Bill Reid Co. to Homer and Eleanor Odum, Lot 12 of Block 3 of David Subdivision, $0.300. Birdie Ann Johnson, Ethel Irene Redford and Alvin Lane TIT, heirs of Mrs. Martha Lane, to Will Lnne, fourth heir, 40 acres in section 32.-15N-IOE, $10 and oilier consideration. Maggie Booker to Thclmas Lnne, MtmpAis MM Homestead Mississippi Rhtr Is/end MEMPHIS, junt 21 (*> — Two Nfemphia men have homeatntded 1,1M acres oi land within three miles of downtown Memphis. The land (onus an Inland In the Mississippi River. The men, C. W. Cheek and 8. A. Sennett. Jr., learn- ed that the land was owned by the alate of Tennessee, and was subject to homestead claims. They have been Issued what ts known ai "color deeds" to the property. If they comply with all requirements lor seven years they will qualify for warranty deeds. They report that about 800 acres of the land can be placed in ciil- ti vat Ion. Livestock U produced by 1,000,000 ndependent growers. Only 10% Down For Non-Veterans MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LUMBER COMPANY Development Concrete Culvert Tile Costs jou ICM Jtl UsU longer than any other brldfe material. Sizes 10-12-15-ll-Zt-Z4-27-30-3« Inches. one acre of Section 33. Township 15N. $1 and other consideration. T. E, and Catherine Mooney Henson to Betty Jo Mooney and Mrs. J. P. Mooney, part of Lot 9, Pride and Gateway Subdivision, $10 and exchange of property. E. B. and Rovene C. David to Bill Reid Co. Inc.. Lot 6 in Dlock 3 of David Subdivision, S600. Roy ami Elfic Gaines to Bill and Lois Crosskno, 40 acres In Section 33. Township 15N-11E, $14.000. Melvln B. and Melba Jarrctt to Alvle B. and Joyce Jarrett, Lots I and 2, Block 7 of Park Addition, $1 and other consideration. Mrs. Carrie Goff to Alice Barcroft, Lot 239 of Block 17, Manila, $1 and other consideration. CONCRETE SEWER TILE Sizes 4-6-8 Inches CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS Foundation Blocks ' Best Prices • We Deliver A. H. WEBB Hiway 61 at Slate Line Phone 714 Futrell is Improved PARAGOULD. June 21. (IT)— The condition of Ex-Gov. J. M. Futrell used, a separate .application of paste was reported "improved yesterday. filter Is unnecessary. After the fln- The 76-year-old Arkansas jiolltl- ish h»s dried thoroughly, the floor cal figure has been in critical con- should be buffed lightly wtth fin* pendlcitis operation last week. BIG 8-CUBIC-FOOT REFRIGERATOR and the floor polished. An ordi^iry sized room can be completed In about one day. • wu. tu> FranM-17-*. • C««-rW< 1Mb Sin... • M {•> Ft. d SMt «!•« • * 5«ir-tM to »«*»»«> • 5-r««r niliillu Hm Refrigerator imomiricallf — itself off— then, after the defro« period, autoou;icallr turns iuclf oa Thin fllm of froat nn outiid* freezer n dissolved — re- rmt»run«« fjigtf,^ «i My< W ork» « pnk\ Drrrof( wiirr dniru Info ttsj-m* rcmoT*, *piltproof Hindcfroirrr your coavcnicacil Announcing! One of The Souths Finest Floor Services Featuring Trained & Experienced Men With the Latest Floor Equipment AVe take pleasure in offering you a new floor service .equipped (o .solve your every floor problem. Our company is preuied to lay, sand and finish your hardwood floors. You'll like our complete line of asphalt tile, rubber tile and inlaid linoleum. You, too, will like our cave base floors, inlaid cabinet and sink lops in any color selection that you might desire. Let us cloiin, wax and polish your office, store or home floors. This service is offered to you at your convenient lime, after business hours if desired. Our equipment is of the newest and most modern type. Our personnel has a total of thirty-two years experience and are fully qualified to give you prompt, courteous and efficient service. Call us today with your flooring problem I A WORD TO THE WISE Wbe b the horaemaker wh* ehoMM DUTCH BOY for nm- mer paint-up Beedi! 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