The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 29, 1947
Page 5
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TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (AR£.)' COURIER NEWS 1 FAG* TWt, BETTER HOMES $45,OOOBuilding Hear Completion Lee Motor Co. Will Move to New Home In About One Month liiThe new Home of (lie Lee Motor »o. :it Main and Lilly is expected \o be competed in n'cout 30 days. ,.,,, ccn £ of the -total planned ex- Owoer Oecrec M. Lee said ycster- p( , ml ii llre indicated by the permits For $15,800 in Buildings Six tui'ding i:ermit.s for an es- llmnled $15810 worth of residential and business construction were issued during the past week from ilhc office of Oily Engineer Joe Carney. One permit Involved about CO j-ranted. George M. Lcc was is-1 construolcd at. nn overall SUC(1 a | )Cn nit for the construction tost of about $45.000. the building will day. Being new office space, show room, servicu department and 'i service slation. The showroom and sales rtepiirt- ic'iit will be located in the front portion of the '•building. -The parts ticparlment will separate this portion .from the .service and re- piir shop in the r«r. I The new building is 121 by 100 feel with frontage .on both Main find Lilly streets. The service st;i- tien will be located on the corner. With the rear iwrtion of the building completed ; brick is beinc laid in construction of the front )»rt. iBuilt of brick and steel, a part of the builuiin; will be two stories • in height. I yr-hc huildins will have a plate glass front. The Lee Motor Co. I handles sales and service of Olds- |Tmhile cars and CMC trucks. _ Property owners along Lilly I street recently financed paving of la 30-foot-wide strip extending'one Sou'th of Main, Mr Lee | pointed out. No decision had teen made in (regard to occupancy of the build- Architects Offer Adams House Spark of War Because of Expandable Feature of a new sales room for the Lee Motor Sales Co. to be built al an estimated cost of JIO.OCO, The I buildin-,' 'Will be located at Main and Lilly Streets. Other penr.lts were issued to: t,. Dau^crfield, for a one-room concrete hlock fish market at 5th and Ash; estimated cost, $359. James W. Robertson, for a two- room concrete block private Karate i\t 13C6 West Ash; estimated cost, 51 COO. Robert Wiley, for a three-room frame residenre at 120 East Mathews; estimated ccsl, $000. C. A. Eaker. for a one-room frame colored cafe in the rear of fl? Locust; estimated cost. $850. Clioo Bright and Mrs. W. T. Baker, for a two-room concrete blcrk building; estimated cost SJCOO. Read Courier News Want Ads. ing now housing the Lee Motor Co. after it moves to its new headquarters. Mr. Lee said. YOU ALWAYS WIN WHEN YOU CLEAN UP and PAINT WITH Vane-Calvert's Whitest Paint We also Handle . \ INTERIOR PAINTS and WALLPAPER E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY "Friendly Building Service" 319 W. Ash St. Phone 551 Seen in Greek, Balkan Crisis The expandable house which in its first stages uses the minimum amount of Imrd-to-fiml materials, is one way of meeting the difficulties of - present shrplest and day building. The 234 JUNE '47 on ithe a:ert for plans that mil low ccsl construction. There is no waste .space. Kitchen nnd bath are buck-lo-back, holding the cost of p'.vmbliig down. Tlic will Jit on a 50 foot lot. chcapcst expandable, house house is one that provides all first j Exeludi "S Uie •!!«>'»8< ! , It Is only »' stage accommodations In'the ground *_ 3r ,' , Vll K h ' 5 ?. .; s< I mlu; feel on floor, and that pre-plans 'for rooms to be finished later on the second the first floor. MO square feet of room area upsturs. II contains 19.- cubic feet. Cf course it is do- stable WASHINOTON, July 29. (UP) —' Chairman Charles A. Eaton of Ihe House Foreign Affairs Committee said today tlmi'tlrm American sup- l»rt of Greece Is necessary to pre- , vent Russia [rom overruimlng "nol only Greece bin' Turkey, Iran and India." "In Greece | s tin; s]m rk (hat may ignite Ihe world again," Ihe New Jersey Republican said. "We are tile only hope that the Greek government and people have lo enable tlicjii to remain in Independent people. "We have n.ssumed that responsibility — we miisl carry |(. UuoURh. If we quit Greece. Hussta will lake over and Ihc Implications'-of that are.simply appalling, . , . "Russia would take Turkey, Iran. India nnd would Iry to go right on around Asia until she could take the world.; 1 Eaton described what he believed to be nu.w.a's plans for expansion ss "tin. grimmest f-.icis lhal ever confronted mankind." He said Ihe situation "('1111 only be met by Intelligence, eouriiRc and absohilc determination on our part." Arkansas Gazette Gets Editorial Page Editor LITTLE HOCK, Ark,. July M. <UI>) — The Arkansas Gazette has a new editor today to fill n ne'v job. His name is Harry Ashmorc of Greenville, south Carolina, and according to Qnzaltc Editor J, N Hclskell, Ashmore will IK- editor o: the editorial puge. Ashmore was formerly editor of the Charlotte News. • . 3!). are 114 Mrs. Donaghey Philanthropist's Widow, Is Dead L1TTLK liOCK, Ark, July (UP) —Mineral arraiiBemenls bolus planned today for (he year-old wldoxv of one (if Arkan- sus' outstiuidliiK philiinlhroplsi.s She Is Mrs. Oeor^e UoniiKhey • - lown us the "Mother of l.lltlc ock Junior Collcise." She dlec? uldi'iily lust nlislit. Her husband, whose inihlle life le .shured for M years, has let', cores of monument;, .slnndlii|> h 1 . stale ditrlnt! his rise funii cow- uneher to contractor, lo governor net batik president. Of (he colleges and eoiirlhouses. fflei\s and bunks, piu> bulldlnc lands above llicm all In memory f Ihe Donnuheys. II Is Arkansas' '<!,600,000 .stale cnpllol hulldliu; In .Ittle nock. Ami In 1029 Mr. nnd Mrs. l)»imi:- iey created Ihe $l,MO,Oi!0 Dunar,icy Foundation for philanthropic: vork. 'I'he sole heir is Mlw> John- ile Wrtllace of Conway. Arraignment Date Set For Leo Mclaughlin . HOT si'HINOS. Ark., July 39. (Ul'i-..Koniier Hot Springs mayor and polU:cni (igure for the iii&t two dccndCK — U'<> |>. 15 to hear the Indictments a- . - and smokehouse are bull floor. The Adams is derived frc:n signed to meet 1FIIA standards. Its of brick, Just behind a proven plan used by many pro- 1 electrical layout is approved by Bardc'.i. TI ' ' ' builders, who are always' National -Adequate Wiring Bureau. a fcssional „ Restoration of Octagon House Is Aim of Architects Institute The American Institute of chitects hopes ultimately to restore the historic Octagon House in Washington, Douglas .William Orr, President of The Institute, announced Saturday. Since 1902, The Octagon has served as the national headquarters of tho A.I.A.. which now plans to [Treaty utilize a:so Its newer building, on the same plot of ground, which was leased to the State Department during the war. The two buildings, together with a Memorial Garden, will be used as The Institutes new headquarters. The Octagon, which was completed in 1BOO. was erected by Colonel John Tayloe, a native of Vlr- Ar- ginln, v.-ho was an intimate friend of Gcorifu Washington. The mansion wnu Colonel Tayloes winter rcsiciencc. After the White House was burned in 1814. the mansion was occupied by President James Madi«>n and riurins his occupancy the Catch the Big Ones! Get the best in equipment (rom Lafay- Buy Your License Here Too! Our Complete Anglers Depf Rods Reels * Lures Accessories The first slep in becoming a good fisherman is obtaining the riglit equipment. A well balanced rod and reel from Dur complete anglers' Department will give you the feel of things before yon know it! 2 I 3 Wl rN ST. PHONE 2OI5 ol Ghent, terminating war of 1812, was signed In The Octagon. Known as one of the finest residences in the country at the I file of its erection, The Octagon wai visited by ninny other famous per- sohiiges. including Presidents Jefferson, Monroe, and John Qulncv Adams. Stephen Dccnlur, Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, nnd ette. The historic building. stands at New York Avenue and Eighteenth Street, Northwest, was designed by Dr. William Thornton, 'riend of George Washington, who vas also one of the first nrchi- ccts of tlic United States Capitol. The house, which | s not truly octagonal in shape, in spite of its lame, is built of brick trimmed vith Aquia Creek sandstone. The ot is triangular in form nnd en- loscd by a high brick wall. The The bulldlns mid walls conform to the street lines, showing that the streets were accurate]' laid out even ni that early date. ' The Interior is elaborately finish ed. the doors of the first story be ing of mahogany. They are still, li an excellent state of preservation All the work in the circular ve.sti hule colnsldcs with the clrcumfer ciic»ipt Ihe tower, the doors u iu sash (being made of a fine ccmcn composition' painted white. Thn're maths of Boldleaf show in somo s o the relieved portions, and the fl guies are excellent, evidently hav ing been modelled by some (. artist The inanlcls In the bedroom are of woo<l, the ornamentation he ing putty' stucco. Leading Inlo the back hall an dining room are two secret dooi In which the base-boards an chair-rails rurrncross the door.jno key-holes, hinges, or. r openings shoeing on the; blind side. The knpjjs and shutter liuttons are of ; bra3sjnnd evidently i «f a special pattern. Two old cast Iron wood . stoves .still stand in Ihe niches which | prepared for them in the vestibule. Alonf with the rehabilitation of The Octagon, The Institute plans lo develop the adjoining garden as a memorial to Its members who died In th« service of their country In World Wars I and II nnd hopes to receive appropriate Kills of furniture and furnishings with which to reestablish The OiaaKon to its former role as a "ijcnlle- mnil's towrthousc ol 1800." — will appear In Garland C'lrcult Court early Iti I'hariii's of tli, him. Circuit .indue Maupin of I'^ayelteville announced ye.sler- (Iny lhal, Ihe date for Mi:I,tuiK|ill'is formal arrangement has been ten- latlvely set for AUK. 'i. The char- i Include bribny, accessory lo Illegal vollni;, an<l covcr.sloii of city funds, Number Learning Building Trades ' ' At Record High WASHINGTON,' July M. (BP)-^ "• 'ICie Labcr iDcpartmenl tfa& ;«j>ort-, cd that 'the mitnberof appren-, llccs learning .Hie tuUdlng trades advanced lo a new record' hl^li of'"" 100,043 lasl month. '..,''. ',,••'.,>"• ' II'.Mid lhal a substa'ritlai'. ga'ln ':"' was made by the bricklayers and 1 plnslerers trades becausei'^nlciriji^ncl : ' ; " eoiiLractor.s In Ihcsc fielcls'.Impro'Y^'' '' cd ILImlr rccrultliiB programs. 'The Driwrlmcnl said 4hal 13,106 'ap-' prentices in Ificsc "trowel' (r»d«s"' } '' are the hlKhesl number recoi'ded. 'o Killed, One Injured As Car Leaves Highway CKOS3VIL1.K, Tenn., July W UP) _- TWO brothers weio killed n.stantly nnd Ihelr coinpunlon was erlonsly lujure<i when their cm eft the hllihwny nenr here .vcsler- lay niul wedded tlsi'll beneath u louse: Flull, 20, nnd Uriice Hull. IB. of Monterey were killed, and Jay notice, 17, was Injured. Hodye * in a Cookevtllo Hospital. ! Ililjhwiiy piitvoltiuui who liivesll- [itecl Iho nccldent said they were .old the Ixjys wevo riu'lnjj another car. . SLEEP W COMFORT^ ON T«E HOTTEST NfGHTS "Oh bat, what a DIFFERENCf I" Thai 1 . |uil Ilit «ny you'll <«•! obou| it th« (lot nlgM you hav. your Cool. otr olli< Ion in ap«ial!on. Imagine csluolly ngcdlng a lljht blonV.I on a hot mmmer nightl r«l ll.ol li .xoclly vhal many Cooloir uuri r«poil. And lh« Cooloic Ion, wilh In lounrf- abiorlilng iprlng, and pi.thlon <nglne»[n 9 , I, ,o• onoitngly' Hal It doojn'l dlilurb Iho llghlcil ilotper. Aik u> for a tree InilollaMon cillmalt. No obligolion. ATTICFAN HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS 126 W. MAIN ST. PHONE 515 f EFFICIENT REPAIRS Don't, put off till tomorrow \vlial you con do to<l:iy— call our top-notch appliance repairmen now. And have all your work-savers doing a better job for you- You'll save money, loo. CHARLIE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 116 North First Phone 2993 " " When I Was A Girl I Couldn't Vote Women foil nil new importance twcnly-scvcn years iiK» this month, when they won I lie riglit to vote . . . I hey won a new freedom . , , And the housewife today CIIJO.VK a freedom lhal of yc.slcrycar could not . • . freedom from hard work and freedom of time, thanks to IIIOKU who provided a bountiful supply. oC pure, f i water . . , in the home. WATER IS YOUR CHEAPEST COMMODITf USE PIENIY Of IT Blytheville Water Co. BERNARD ALLEN, "Water Is Your Cheapest

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