The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 2, 1947
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1947 Home-Building Jeopardized Lifting of Controls Results in Criticism Over Business Units BLYTHKVlLIJi (ARK.) COURIER NEWS <UP> — controls an etui I That"Ca;i't Se Mine!' WASHINGTON. July 2, Virtually all government o» construction came to ......... >rslmlay. tuniini; loose a potential W.030,CCfl.C(H) Hood of pent-up commercial and industrial conslructlcm. H niado the government's veterans housing program all but a memory. What the effect would he "" fiituiv home building was an I open question. j Under the rent control bill sis;n- ; by President Truman yesterday, «l construction can now proceed without federal permits on all structures except those to be used for amusement or recreation. President Truman and his aides believed home building would suffer. Industry siwke.smoa .said it would be .stimulated. Meanwhile, there wen; slpn s that Mr. Truman would net neither of the two requests he made of Congress yesterday in approving the rent extender — an investigation of the real estate lobbv and passase of Tafl- Ellendor -Wasncr Ions- ranee housing bill at thi a sc.ssion of Congress. 'House and Senate leaders will meet this w.-ok to plan the legislative schedule for the closing weeks of this session of Congress. Sen. C. Douelass Hnck, R., Del., chairman of a banking subcommittee on housing, said lie saw little clmice for aetion on the long-range hous- iim "dll. Mr. Truman .said h<i feared the abolition o[ most construction controls would drain scarce materials from homes and thus make inflated prices still higher. Housing Expediter Frank Crecdon believed home output this year would be cut by 203.000 homes. Determined Officers Foil Mob of 300 Mama Flaminjjn isn't sure but she thinks el right is what happened lo the cm: she' i the famed flaininfiu colony at 'Hialeali I hows she won't luic Ucr liK'inbcrslit Taylor, rural srlinul siijicTvlyjr, will I In < succeed lilaclcbiiin un Kept. 1. Read Courier Ncwi Wiint Ads. that foofy looliin- thi tu , laid, tiliu's a member of ark, Fl;i., rncetnu-k ami i) liccnuso r{ '.I'H'S. O,\li!tCLLTON, C!:l.. July 1!. (U.l'.l-An UIIKI-.V mob oi' :|()(t mnskrcl while !in ii iniMin-I*-.f»!ly i'ltenipled lo f (orm (he Canoll „.. ,,,,,, County Jail yesterday and lemov;' JOHNSON TALLY, l)l':i Nepio :ieni,«l oi inuriliTiii;' a I N'O'lio; ii now hi 1; h Tin- inurkol "I "I $:!.(« :t-» H bush-.'l"for the i! lamina:; r rmv on a lull plant, ivhu-li really i s nil overgrown Jieru. IN' THI: IHAVITH or n:i: rilOHATlON (IF Tin.; | AST Will. AND I'STATI- <)!•' MOONA ' ^ ^ Nutiv is hereby ntvcn lh:'l U'l 'JYMiiiiietilai'y \veie issued (o mi the '.Ml \Uiile lavtner. IX'plll.y .Sheriffs Hllsvll ,, „.,. and Oils Kinu, CalTolHun polirc >imu IM^O™ en tin' '.Mill duv i>l and iialrolnien pievi-n:LV| June, ion. on the K.-,Ule ol l.'eoiiii what \viis (iljvinusly lo \if .1 lyncn- Jolmson Tally in?rr%,"'?,'ii ill|! '" ^ "'"' '""" , A " y """ '"" » n '" m * '«»•'»« 1 ' "" •''"'• |l| " 11 » s <»' demands imalnsl, suid 1'ohec :::il<l the mob n.iseinUed ralutr will lie ii><iu)ml lo file K uld allempted lo i;el inside- l!v limUI- inu for I he Ncuio. i<te:ililii'd :t.i KJdie Hrov.-n Ji 1 ., U(l. Ill-own was li'.-inj. |i,-l;| on inlll-- ili'i- eliarm-s In i-oiiiu': linn wiih tile ;.lioli',nn iiiii:-der ni Andrew Uoyil. i-'il-year-old can-oil Coiiuu- \vhik 1 man, llrcwn was (ii-en-ilv i-cmoveii fmiu I lie jail : ,t |;.l- a. ,„ anil ill livei-eit to Kiilkiu Tower in Atlanta -a :;l<uit eoiarde ,uid stone jail l>y Mute intliee, Mlirili K I he ;ie ( 'e nf 11,,. Can oil jail, l/unljciT and chi.M ( .f Pulici: Under Tlm-nduill wen- niillihiiitrllcd ,». by Hie mob, reeeiviii.; scrnlcbfs !*! :i:;d ] "•' |! ••- '*• llieiuiealed wllh me, the imder- this it'llli day of June, IDI7. \ A. T. lliir.sliiuRn i Kxevutor of I lie K'itate of Ixjunu Jolinson Tally. Deceased i Holland mid Taylor, atlornrys for NOTICI: or <;IIANTI\<I Nolire is hereljy (jlwn Iliat the ('onilllis:;lo]li'|- o] Kcvenui's ol UK: Slute ol Aik:insa s lias Issued a lid-mil. No. IH'.), lo Arinur.-l l)nin C'liinj-any (o sell and <ifsi>ensi' vinous or .spirituous liquors for lie\-n:u:e al lel.dl on llio preinis-.-.s di'M-nlieit a:; Ariuuri'l, Arkimsas, This iH'rnill Issued on I lie 1st day ol July, i!M7 and e^iiivs on Ih;. 1)1) day of June. I'.Mu. Aruiori'l l)ru« ('o. Peiinldee. ]•'. C. \Vllliiuiis J. 11. Ci.iln. ^oloninl times, a c irvi piiu'apiiliy ;i!i a docoriltlu -• ironl door ^ymbuliztd ho: Education Department Abolishes High Office (LITTLE ROCK. July 2. (UP)- Iloyt R. Pyle. assistant state education commissioner, is without a job today, following action by the Ppr- Konncl Committee of the Board of Education Monday. The committee abolished one of Pyle'x jobs and employed a former department em- ploye lo take over the second posl he held. The committee did away with the post of assistant to Commissioner Ralph B. Jones and employed Crawford Greene, former department employee, to head the School Pin- mice Division. Pylc has headed the Finance Department, since the death of O. C. Floyd early this year. Greene, a former department em- ploye, has been employed by the United States Education Department for the past 10 months. The committee, empowered to make department changes, by the board two weeks ngo. gave no explanation for it.s action. In other steps the commitlee granted C. S. Blackburn, supervisor of Public School Administration, and Dolph Camp, supervisor of Vocational Guidance, leaves of absence to do graduate study. J. L. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net Cost Protection For Service W. L. TAMKE 408 E. Davis St., P. O. Box 431 Phone 2481 Dl.rlhtM-ille, Ark. PHONE 5 ^ J 24 I ABC |Cab Companyl >: _ * * v >| Courteous Service Announcing 'S ELECTRIC SHOP • House Wiring • Farm Wiring • Repairs Phone 2397 COO North 5lh Street Cob Powell T. W. 'Hop' Neil All Work Guaranteed fa-at Business Appreciated Corn f-utuics Soar ClllCAC'.O. July 2. (Ui'l— July corn luluie.s shut, r], |<, ;tn n ]\. time high of sain a hiiihcl un Hie ChifiiRd Hoard ol Trade jeslerday. II wi;.s the liilli tune "i iwn weeks that the July r.iiotalKm h:ut ^:^'-^'^' cnoiUhs ii'oin •\- ~ *.•*"•..•.•*..•..*,.•.,*.,*..»..*,.•,.»„»,.*;.».,•,.«,,•,>,.«.,•„• .***•*« «"* * • • * «•#->i NOTICE I '•' We Will Be Closed I y Friday and Saturday | July A and 5 | The New York Store 1 1*1 •w Kvi'vy Wi'iliH'sclnv Al Noon Din-inn (hv 1*: SiiiniiH'r W In two short words —this one/ Tliis big and briiwuy hcjiuty with the trim, bold front and the long sweep- through renders. This brond-chcslccl traveler with the bi^ Fireball slniighi-eight engine and (lie spirit of lively uetion in every line and movement. This gracious, spacious carriage that scats three in comfort both front and hack — handles light as a baby's stroller _ slrides always ^ level and smooth on big, soft, cushiony coil springs on each of its four wheels. zip and pepper as a string of popping firecrackers. You're looking at America's most wanted car every time you sec one. You're looking at the forecaster of fashion, ihe top star on performance, the standout buy for.- s i/, c , room, steadiness, comfort. So naturally it's in demand. In such steady demand, in fact, that about the most Huick's slowly mounting production can do in move you a little faster from (he bottom of our waiting list to the lop. Needless to say, we'll do all we can to speed dial process. We'll lake your order any time, with or without a trade-in, and get you your ISuiek the minute your number comes up. But we can't do more than you'll authorize us lo do — which means we're stymied (ill yuu get ynnr order in. This stout and ready I5uick, fresh in looks as tomorrow's daisies, rugged as a battle cruiser, and full of n llfNRV }. MVIOP, Aljfuol K.-iwoit. Monday! ond Fridays * AIRFOIL KRfBfllL POWFR — I head slraiyfil-cigh! engine ONLY BUICK HAS ALL THESE '^\ * FlirtWE/GHT PISTONS — lor floili * on Ijeuringjt. * BUICOH SPRJNG/NG , valve in. Iwo siici. * ACCURlIf CV1INDIR BORING _4 * siitwr ZONE Boor MOUNTINGS Ti — ilifnlifrtoHy placed for a fuin and quicl ride. * f'JLL-LCNGlH TOCQOE-rUBE DRIVE * BROAORIM WlltElI * SrCPON PAHKINO BRAKt ir>lrof viilh reduced * oncfux st/ir CUSHIONS * cuxi-nRou:iD BUMPIRS * UIIJC 5M/1R7 MODELS * BODY tt flSHLR PAGE NINB NOTICE! v Closed All Day Wilson Auto Service Second and Ash Streets . —Dial 2611 — Dial 2611 — Homer Wilson, Owner & Mgr. Lowest Prices Since Before Ilic War! 45 Lb. Rolled Roofinq $1.85| 55 Lb. Rolled Roofing $2.25) 65 Lb. Rolled ftoofinq $2.75| d'lTun or KM I S!;tU' I 90 Lb. Rolled Roofing $2.80 160 Lb. He*ago3i! Shingles . . $4.9?210 Lb. Square Butt $6.7s| 105 Lb. Brick Siding, all colors $3.85 see YOUR Still & Young Motor Co. iincofn-Mcrcury Dealer -'c 3179 DJythcvilla Ark. m Walnut St. DR. MM/i'ON K. WKHII O|itonielrlsl 12S East Mala . nijlhcvlllt, Where Is If? THE RAZORBACK 1'a.vroll tinil Fiii-onie Tax Service and CciK.'ral Secretarial Service jj; LARRY KNEAS Public Accountant & Auditor 10!) K. niain [ll.vlhcvillc, Arls. Hcs. Phone 3715 Office Phone469 siSi It's a Cinch, Folks lie cool if you si'iid your "lollies (o ho cleaned by u.s. Imlividtinl care given each ganiieiit. DIAL 474-475 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners Walnut end Broadway Telephone 555 KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 'The Old RclNMe" G. O. POETZ T«r 8«r« .r PKTROLEUM » I)«pend»«,le «.r»l» PRODUCTS EB ai

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