The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1947
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS is Licking JHousingShortage '- : Congressman Says ; Rent Controls • May Be Eliminated ' WASHINGTON, Sept. 3. (UP— Chairman Jesse p. Wolcott of the House Banking ^ncl Currency Coni- mlllee said today that "if l!ie housing shortage Is not licked l>y M»rch 31, rent control probably will be continued." > But lie aficled, "if we keep up the present momentum of building. Jlien bv .Vorch 31 we may say that the housing shortage is reasonably licked." .; The Michigan Republican sairt his committee "will begin a new study of rents as soon as Con- grcss reconvenes." Whether It voles to extend controls will depend upon findings during tliat Investigation, he added. : Present controls, which pennil "voluntary" IS per cent rent in- frcnses, will expire next March 31 unless extended by Cln&iTss.' \ • Another congressional committee, a' special Senate-House group crcat- ! r.d specifically to investigate the! housln? shortage, will probably begin hearings next week. E ; Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy. R..! Wis.. one of (he authors of the! resolution creating the committee 1 Mid iLs vice-chairman, . promised j the Investigation will be "full, fair ! and non-political." I He said he would confer with i the Justice Department about the | criminal anti-trust Indictment re- j cently . filed against the National | Association of Real Estate Boards ond its local affiliate here. "Substandard housing conditions * arc a spawning ground for Communism." McCarthy said. He told how he had inspected n temporary veterans housing project In New York and sceii a child holding » fteacl rat by the tail. "If we can't solve this housing problem, we shouldn't be down here in Congress. We should pack up aiirt. go home," Shacks Are Home Two years after the war, Japan is still hungry oi\d Ill-hoviscri. Mrs. Miyo Kakehl, bombed out three tjincs. now lives In slipshod group of shacks In Tokyo with her fainiiy of seven. Farm Boy Admits Cattle Thefts in Arkansas •LITTLE RCCK, Kept. :i. tUIM-- The State Police '.wo-wcek drive on cattle rustling in the state has culminated in the arres', of an 18- Darien Transfer Rejected Second Time by Soviets WASHINGTON, Sept. 3. (UP) Russia has rejected a second United Stales request that control of the soviet occupied Chinese port of Dairen be transferred to Chln.i, the Stale Department disclosed yesterday. The Soviets at the same lime turned down an American dcmnnd thiu the (x>n, be opened to inlernational commerce. In a note delivered to the Amer- year-old farm boy. Elate Police Director Jark Porter said that young J. G. Standrid^e of near England had admitted responsibility for most of the entile thefts. v.hcn arrested in a North Little nock cattle maiket yesterday. Slai'.drldec was just recently released from Boys Industrial Sohool al Pine Bluff, where he had hien ."•crving a term for auto theft. 750 Arkansant to Go To National VFW Meet LITTLE ROCK, S<!])t. 3. (UP) • An esliinatr-d 151 Arkansas member.; of Hie VeleiHii's of PoieiRn W.u-:; were planning to p«rtlcl))iitc in the national encampment at Cleveland Ohio, Thursday. Among the Arkansans who will piny a part In the business of the national encampment, are: Department Commander Jim Mcrritt or McGelicc; Assistant Attorney General Ainokl Adams; State Senator George Freeman of O«ri<; stale Rc- Jciui Embassy in Moscow on last Wcdncsdny and made public today. Russia said that the present, status of Dairen Is defined j n a special Soviet-Chinese agreement sicnc:! between I lie tv.o ustlons on An? 14, IMS. "As Is known, in accordance with that asrecment, I>airen during iho existence of a state ol war with J.i- ]ian falls under the regime wlilcii hus been set up In the naval base of Port Arthur," Tiio Russian now siikl. prescntalivc Hal Moody of Hoxic; Circuit Judge W. J. Wugncr of Lo- nokc; and District Commander Hucfc Ktmteough of Ark.uiclphla. WEDNESDAY, SEPT1CMHKU 3, 1!M7 WAllMNU OlillKIt Ed Hardin, Jr.; Eil Ilardin 111; tfclma O. Craig; Joe II. Craig, Jr.; Richard Craig; Margaret U. Mas-scy; Eobby n. Massey; Nell Masscy; Euclid 'Mussey; Mamie n.Odley; Elaine B. Odley; Harriett Ann Odley; Dr. T. H. Alison; Lillian A. Mirfci;; Milton Hurku; llinh it. Ilnyilens; Glu- ria IlJglu'ns; 'IheiKi A. Klu-ctwooU; Chnrllnc y. l-'owler; A'.liKcn F.eei- woud; Dr. J. T. Allison. A.ire Allison; hiura G. Uecirn; Patsy- Ilcarn and John Hcarn are warned to appear ill the Chancery Court lor the Chickasawba District, of Mississippi County, Arkunsas within 30 (iays altoj 1 the date hereof and answer a comi.'lumt filed against vhim DIRT FOR SALE Pride Phone 517 by M .ry Roiicy Terry. ber, 1S47. tins the 2nd day of Septem- ilAHVKY MOifP.13, Holland & Tsii'.or Altorucys for PlaUitiff. Jiy Harvey Morris IN kOTTLIS AND AT rOUNTAINI Pepsi-Cola Company, Jjinj Iilanct Cilj/, N. Y. \ rrrmeliiscfl Holtlcr: Pepsi-Cola Itntllinir Co. of Ebb H. Carson Tax Consultant Tax Reports—Accounting Rnnm 21, Lynch Hldg. Write I>. O. Uox 939 Phone 2940 Blytheville BEDROOM SUITES DELUXE You must sec our n<nv lint of Ijcdrooni ."iiiU'.s to ;ip- liret'i.itc the vast variety of style and (jualily suites we now have on display for you lo make your selection. We have Uie modern styled suites from the large 1 suite with chest, poster bwj, vanity dresser, night stand and chair, down to our V\\A, SJ'KCIAl, ... a 3-piecc suite consisting of vanity dresser, with 36" round mirror, large chest of drawers and full size piincl bed. Specially priced at 69 50 Then we have the period siiiles, made in solid mahogany and mahogany and walnut veneers. All beautifully finished and designed. A suite you will be proud of all your life. These range from *224 95 to *495°° HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Blytheville FINE FALL FELTS by STETSON \ .-. ou fed like a fdt, pick a Stetson ! So light and right tor our Fall.. . all the new styles .. . new shades and your old favorites, too. .. they'll go to your head — with a smile! If it's iof a man — Mead's will have ii to *20°° •v'^-^.-S^v •*•-- -*t\>%-l V/ x s1 J$ • >. s^y ' v-"'^' 322 MAIN STREET Long Ovals, too! Air Conditioned --- for Your Comfort

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