The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1947 · Page 8
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Rental Controls Decision Hears Conferees in House And Senate May Set Deadline for Feb., 1948 WASHINGTON, June 12. (UP) — House-Senate rent conferees were confident today that Congress will give Housing Expediter Prank R. Creedon funds to administer reiit control through Feb. 28, 1948. Tlie House voted yesterday to, liquidate Crccdon's office, nnd most .government building controls, on July 1. At almost the same time, the congressional rent conferees agreed on a bill to nxrencl rent control through the first two months af IMS—and to put Creedon in charge of the program. Sen. C. Douglass Buck. R., Del., end other conferees predicted confidently that Congress would end up by Riving Cresdcm enough money to do the rent Job. Buck said tiie compromise rci't bill should be ready for final ac' tloii before the week ends. Sen Glen H. Taylor. Ida., a Democratic conferee, said in advance he thinks President Truman should veto it The controversial bill would: 1. Freeze rent ceilings as of the dale the measure becomes law. 2. Permit individual landlords and tenants to work out "mutual-consent," rent increases of 15 per cent where the landlord gives a lease extending through Dec. 31. 1948. Increases could be 15 ]>cr cent nbovc "frozen" rent ceilings. 3. Directs Creedon to set up volunteer rent boards to do most of the rent-control job. Boards could recommend area-wide decontrol or area-wide rent bosts. Their main task would bo to assure hard- pressed landlords individual "hardship" relief. 4. Ends rent control on hotel • accommodations, newly-rented, newly-built an dconverted housing. 5. Junks government building controls except for curbs on construction of thealers. bawling alleys nnd other "amusement" places. 6. Puts eviction cases under state law, thereby discarding special safeguards sucii as the six-months notice now required for most evictions. 7. Abandons the present enforcement set-up, but provides that I' the case of landlord violations tenants can sue for triple damages or the rent administrator can seek an injunction. Home^Owriing"Family Spends Night in Although lie owns his own home, Walter Ogrosky of Cleveland. Ohio, starts his day by hanging out his small son's diapers on a line lie stretched between two cmbsidc parking meters. His wife and three sons, (left to right) Mark. IB. Ivan, M, and Walter Jr.. 2. watch from their car in which they all slept the night before. Evicted lost March, Ofirosky bought a new home in May. but can't move In because it is occupied. Until they took up ".sidewalk tenting," the family had been livinj; in one room which they nave up because ol an argument.' New B-50 Super Bomber Rolls Off Assembly Lines SEATTLK, June 13. (UP) — Tlie li-st of the H-50's, the Army Alr- Korccs now longi'iingc siiiicrliomi^r. •ollcu oft Ihc final iuiscinbl/ line il Booing Aircraft Company's plant, icre yesterday. The B-50's iire equipped '.vi'.li four 3,500 horsepower, 23-cylimler I'ralt & Whitney Wasp Major r-.-i- '.s giving them 51) per cent, move lower Hum the H-29 Superfortress tt'iirprovrd de.siRii. ofllcinl.s did not itveiil tlie cruising sliced;; of the nt cntft. t Alt!>ou«|i InconioratlMR the basic (|iialitlcs of the H-29. the Ii-50 cni- IxXlicb many major ch.inpcf Including a Heritor but stronger wing. The plane's wlntis ">'c 16 |)cr cent stronger, 26 per cent inorj cl'Itclenl and 050 pounds lighter liiai. [lass of the n-29. I To maintain the n-29's dlrcuUon- al stability"" characteristics with larger engines, the B-SO's vcrllc-jl tall Is five feet higher than that of the .Superfortress. Tlic U-50 is equipped with a new three-segment forward nacelle which can be quickly removed provide easy access to the bo bcr's power plants. It possible t" purchase lasfe:; on the market in powder cd form. Club 61 L*eal * LMf DMuM M*Tta< Competent Ktlp und equlpratni Adi- <)U*t<!lr Imuied UoatMct HtutlDl AQd Misc. Servlc**, Bom* 8erTle« ft Storage Co. Fboiu 2B01 ^FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 1947 ; Panama Hats ' Cleaned & Rcblocked Fur Remodling The Johns Shop 503 W. Main Ulylhevllle, Arkansas Highway 01 Noriii Dine and Dance Couples and Parties Only Open 6 Nights Weekly Owned Hy W. A. tried) TUckerslaff and Cic-oil'.e Fjrd For Reservations Telephone OH Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING Summer Classes in Pianr Reasonable Rates Enroll Now Phone 2994 or Write 807 Chickasawba Miss Jones Blythcville, Ark. arrested. The arrests have described as I>ayt The political police were sain t.i of a concerted campaign against have rounded up many persons in "proponents of Communist prop- all walks ot life in recent weeks, ngnndtt and enemies of tho re- gime." Frc?.?n aplpes have been kept four months without losing an appreciable amount of vitamin C. What Is It? Where Is It? THE RAZORBACK >;>:•:>;>:>:>:»»: :*:^>:>!>ix:*i^>i>i:*;x>;>L>;x>::f>!>!XX>;x>;^> Many Arrested In Portuguese Commie Hunt MSBON, 13. (UP)—Hcsponsib sources rcporled yesterday tha Portuguese police were carrying T»hat they described RS Comnur. a widespread campaign nRtun 1st elements seeking to . organ! discontented Army officers i plot against the government. Celestino Soarcs. fcvmcr Port gue consul at Boston, and sevei other person* were arrested in raid on his home, Informants r ported. Among them \va s an An colonel who police said was t "brains" of the Communist orga Ization iu Portugal. Police sources said the raid surprised a "ringleader" meeting 'tended by nin c or 10 persons Sonres' home. A number of Ar officer^ were among those rcpor A Father s Day Message from the Father of our Country NOTICE Notice is hereby siven that undersigned will within the fixed by law apply to the Co misioncr of Revenues of the Slate of Arkansas for a. permit to sell beer at retail at 501 West Mnin fet., Blylhcvillc, 'Arkansas, Mississippi. County. The undcrsianed states that he is a citizen 'of Arkansas, of puod moral character, that he has never teen convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale ol alcoholic liquors. J. H. Pigmon Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of June, 1947. Elizabeth Mason (SEAL) Notary Public My Commissio ncxpircs 4-28-50. lYlAPPILY, the government of the United States, which rives to bigotry no sanction, o o •/ to persecution, no assistance, requires only thai those who live under its protection should demean lh.cmscl.vcs as good citizens * * * Let a Singer expert put your machine in first class running order. Seasonable charges. Estimate fur- •isbed in advance. SMGER SEWING CENTER 411 W. Main St. **•«.*-'•"•' City Radio -Senrice- ' Dial 2407 F«r Expert R«paln SMEwtSUln St F«Mx A. Carney GEOROR WASHINGTON'S solemn words echo with equal truth today. Now, as then, the duty of a good citizen is to avoid the extremes of bigotry and intolerance—lo practice mo'dcralion in thought, word and deed. And moderation, as we of The House of Seagram have so long publicly insisted, should include moderation in the use of whiskey. For one of America's respected freedoms is the freedom to enjoy this luxury. Yet whoever docs so must remember that such freedom carries ifs own high responsibility—the responsibility (o "drink moderately." Only thus, in our considered opinion, can he truly merit the title of "good citizen"-and good father. THE HOUSE OF SEAGRAM Seagram-nislillcrs Corporation, Chrysler RitiMiny, \cn- York I'M NIC WHISK IKS SINCE 1*357 I'ltOM A I.KTTI'.lt WH1TTKN IIY iK WASHINGTON IN 17UU FARM LOANS You can now secure the most attractive fiirm loan in hiitory. law rales of interest, extremely long terms with llb?r;>l prepayment privileges. Practically no expoiiB? attached. If your present loan does not bear less than 5% interest you will ccriainlv he in- leresled In our Farm Loans. Unlimited amount available. Such an opportunity may never exist again. So If you wish to finance or refinance, write or see A. F. DIETRICH c /o United Insurance Agency ZWA W. Main —- Guard Bldg. Blythcville, Ark. Fowlston School of Music Is Offering ^ 'oP 1 Special Summer Classes m PIANO - ORGAN — VOICE Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, 6. A., S. M. M. Term starts June 2nd through August SI, 1947. A special price for the three months term in piano is being offered. For information, call or write— 809 Chickasawba Phone 2049 All of Your Life Insurance Needs General American Life Ins. Co. E. H. FORD, District Manager Lynch Bldg, business Plione 2811 Kcs. 3185 DR. MILTON E. WEBB Optometrist 138 Ensl Main Blylhcville, Ark. GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 Ark.-Mo. State Line on the left at the Arch 7 Crown Calvcrt Schcnlcy Cream of Kentucky. Three Feathers HMI& Hill Old Taylor Four Roses 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.40 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.75 4.35 2.85 5th 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.40 5% Beer per Case $3.35 GAS, reg 17.9c; Ethyt lV.9c All Brands CIGARETTES - - $1.35 Ck Buy 'em Here! It's a Cinch, Folks You're hound to look cool . . . he cool if you send your :lolhcs to be cleaned by us. 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