The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1947 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)T COURIER NEWS FACES mm BETTER HOMES tiding in Memphis \ckens in Past Year EMPHIS, Tenn,. July B. (UP)— ding permits issued here duv- the first half of this year to- taled $12,371,139 In construction value, Building Inspector Sam SU- phenson announced yesterday. This represents a decrease of $U54,285 ill comparing the period with corresponding period last ye.ir, he said. Leaders in * BEAUTY * QUALITY * VALUE Buy Fixtures & Materials from "PETE" Nothing but the BEST. Only NATIONAL L Y K NO W N BRANDS Porcelain enamel on heavy CAST IRON or FIRST GAOB vitreous CHINA. Heavy chrome BRASS trimmings made for service us well as to sell. Priced the same as inferior brands. "PETE" the Plumber 109 N. First Phone 2731 MIRACLE ALUMINUM ROOFING For Lifetime Durability For Immediate Delivery For Barns, Garages, Homes For Siding as Well as Roofs So Easy to Apply Reflects Summer Heat It's always cool under aluminum roofing in Summer, warm in Winter. Cost but little more than iron and first cost is only cost. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY I "Friendly Building Service" 319 W. Ash St. • Phone 551 taxpayers Miss rlome Deductions House Buyers Entitled To Many Deductions, Accountants Report Next Mnrcli 15 is relatively oiig way oft, but the wise homo buyer will start now lo parllclpnlc the date nml keep a record nm! vroof of expenses, losses nntl oth? leins Hint cnu lie deducted from ncome tnxcs. Unless such records urc nolci! at llic time, the nverngc per.sor lias considerable difficulty In recalling anil documenting then when Inx-piiying time comes round, according lo accounlaiiL who specialize in income tux work Use' Lung Form It is estimated that home buyers are entitled to millions of lars in deductions which they fill to rejxjil. Now, with no Immedb reduction in tax rales in sign'. ;i a result of the Presidential veto o the tax bill, deductible Item, sume large importance. Most home buyers who are flrmn cine their purchase '\vitli u mon gage find they will come out fur ther aliend if they use the loruj tnx form to compute deductions exactly for interest and real esuic iiul other taxes instead of using he short form which makes a t!at allowable deduction of 10 per cent if income is less than $5,000 or $500 if more than $5,000. Deductible Items Losses caused by fire, sLorm, explosion, frozen pipes — even drouth and casualty damage to trees — a.c deductible when not fully comp:u- sated by insurance. The dcdvirthm is the difference between the n- mount of insurance received anil cost of replacement. This does nnt apply, however, to termite or erosion damage. The law uses the words, sudden, un-expccted or unusunl ause." Neither can ("eductions be nu.12 or construction costs, expenses in acquiring prop-oily such as pcrfect- ng title, insurance premiums on he residence, decrease In value, at- .orney's fees, or local assessments which benefit the properly. On the other hand, the liomc. buyer can get credit for cost of replacing trees and shrubbery, provided damage came unexpectedly by storm, drouth, insects or accident. Proof must be submitted as to loss, such as an estimate by an expert of the property .value with and without the shrubbery and trees. • Breezy, Ranch House Four Building Permits Issued in Past Week Two permits for icskK'nltal rc- niuclciiiii! and two fur business buildings wore' issued list wuek from I ho oil Ice ol City liiii'.lnciT Jcc CJurnoy. I'd mils \\evo l;..:i!od to: C. j\. T;ml. tor a fviinw! i:'ir;n;e luul Htomvi^ rt'fnn tn liu 1 rnu '>i JiO Doiuiau; I'lillniiileil cost, ?lir>0. To llnivey Elew.ir!. lot i> l"'lcl< extension to u sloru bulHUiig the -2'M block on East Main street; c.stliiHiteil oust, $G(KH). ml n-iwlr.s to u frame residence nous In tlie 100 l)tek ou East, Vlnn i on permit,. No. 1E5 to Welch Poster to To A. G. Slilbley for reinodclliiB M» and dispense vinous or spirit- and lo imotlicr «t 101 Kiwi eslimateil costs, NOTICK Ol-' iJKANTINO OK l.HtUOIS rKUMIT Notice Is hereuy B'ven that the for beverage r at retail the premises described ag 1W Main Street, Blythevilte, Arkansas, This permit Issued on the 1st day of July, IBM and expires on the JO day of June, 1948. , Welch Faster • Permltte ;i Breezy ri.nrh-lyiie liousc, shown above as pictured In th« July Issue of Gooil lluusiMvCFiiini:, may jiruvc one of the wlutloiis to today's bullil- ine needs. Lung and low, It lus a brcnewiy, covertd lerr?ce, llirce Ued- rooms and evcryllilns In n house that makci for cool, craclous living. Sen. Jait Hopes For Passage of A Housing Bill WASHINGTON. July B- (UP) — Son. Robert A. 'mil, R., O., lotlny emigres pass ".sonic kind of a housing program" before its adjourmnetil tliis monllu Tnft tokl a "Fi^lsl for IloiLsliid conference lio thinks the; Somit CUM be talked into approving tbc Tafl-Elleiul:r - Wuyiic'f lon(j-r(\njjc housing bill. But he implied that Lhc $150, 020.QCO-a-.vcar program would liav« .0 be modified considerably lo \vli Hour.c approval. Tnfl H.s.s.iiicc1 real csliUc Inter c.sL s for making a "widcly-f inane- ' ed 1 ' 1 nttack on the housing measure. "He said homc-imildcrs and real Insulating Board Lath Will Prevent racks in Piaster estate assocl:Uions luivc subjected it to "almost the most misrepresenting and misleading propaganda I've run into in my service Sell. Alien ,1. Ellender. D,, La., co-nutlior of the bill, joined -Taft in criticizing the real estate lobby. "There arc sonic extremely Kelf- Core Is Needed In Cement 1 Work To Stop Cracks Cracked and broken cement work around the house becomes ix .source of annoyance and expense to almo.sL every home owner sooner ov Inter. Although iTfltchcs crtn Ijc inatle, they arc 'seldom satisfactory, are usually unsightly 11 nd have no pennanence. Particularly is this true of walks and drii'cwnys. The best procedure Is Lo have lh^ entire damaged section of walk 01- drive removed and replaced with new work. This l s because now patches seldom rjoncl properly whh old concrete. Concrete will fall when too much I Kitiirl Is used in proportion lo I he cement, when It is mixed with impurities, when mixing is nut thorough, when the concrete Is not kept moist for a proper cure, of whci: the bn.sc Is not adcqimlc and settllnu tnke.s plncc. Cement Is mixed with sand and gravel In different inoviorUons to,' the different Jobs It must perform. Most home owners ran mnko thelv o\\}\ concrete for minor Jobs, but <lirecllons for the mix should hi; | followed Implicitly. Proixirtiojia 1 :nast l>e exact and not guesscd at, | Cost lo operate is smaller than you miyhc ihink. About nickel n d.iy—» average cr.igc residential rales. Sleep bctici t Wake tip freshed! See your appliance dealer, electrical or building contractor, today. Ark -Mo Power Co. Live Electrically—ENJOY the Difference! Any cement tinnier ish people in !his country," said. "Among ihein are the real | specific Instructions for estate lobbyists. They are for tnti i ln ,,d. bill—if yon take away public' housing." i i will funilili the Job In Mr. Businessman: Your display windows arc an asset . . . do you use them properly? Are they up to date? I Don't waste valuable display space that could be scll- i ing merchandise. If your windows arc old . . . (loi Inot compdl the: attention of passcrsby . . . then do something about it. Redecorate and have MODERN LIGHTING installed that will reflect the merits of • the goods you have for sale. Let us give you an csti- i ' I mate! . •. CHARLIE'S ELECTRIC SHOP Few tilings detract more from the ppearaiice of H home than un- ightly lath marks or plaster cracks i walls and ceilings. Building exerts report that both of thesft de- cct-s, common though they are, can e averted by the use of insulating oard lath, which serves both as si ilaster ard as insulation. A modern product made of wood, :ane or other vegetable fibers, in- .ulating" board lath is manufactured n rigid sheets four feet long and in widths of 16. IB and 24 inches- Both ts size and its high insulating vnlue ;>lay important parts in preventing iath marks and cracks. The large units are joined together closely, providing a continuous surface for the piaster, l^ath marks arc thus impossible. Usually plaster cracks are the result of twisting and warping of framework during the drying process after it has absorbed moisture from wet plaster. In. the average house, plastering introduces 200 lo 308 gallons of water, all of which must evaporate. When insulating board lath is used, it acts as a moisture-resistant barrier between the plaster and the framing. The moisture is forced into the rooms rather than permitted to seep into the walls or ceiling. Then it is carried away harmlessly by ventilation. Thus one of the prime causes ot plaster cracks is removed completely. Application of plaster on this modern type lath docs not affect its insulating properly whatever. It remains highly resistant, to passage of heat, and therefore keeps the Uorne cooler in summer and warmer in winter. It Is available in thicknesses of one-half inch and one Such, to provide the degree of insulation required. _ . v .-.. NOTICE OF CHANTING OP . LIQUOR 1'IiliMIT Notice is here,by given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the. Slatj. ° r Arkansas )iri s issued a permit. No. 191 to Hugh Cherry to soil and dispense vinous or spirit- uous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 418 West Ash St.. Blythcville, Ark. This permit issued on 1 duy of July, 194? and expires on Hie -il) day'of June, 1048. Hugh Clicriy permittee &Z-IK*- v 116 North First Phone 2993 jWhcn' firc^ razes" ai ^otnc, no'oiie^caiy live in (Tic mine. Ar& • you insured for llic 'coal of renting lent-. porary living c|uar- IcrsT^Rcntal Value' ! Insurance will lake [care of lliis expense: if or vou.T^^T!»«»«!l NOBLE GILti *G E N C V I SUNCOi HOTEL 110O. Your Cost of Living is Cut When You Pay ... For Fine Wallpaper! fat nationally advertised prices) If your homo is one truly deserving the best . . . awl we're sure il is. Then buy tlie finest in quality wallpaper at fair trade prices. 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