The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1947 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
October 14, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 14, 1947
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

PAGE TEN BLYTHEVIU..E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 194T 1 BETTER HOMES HtatingEquipmcntShould Match Decorative Scheme Keep the decoralWe scheme 01 •your home In mind when selecting ^henllng equipment. When planning lo use modern com'ector radiators, It Is Important to know ihnt they can be decorated to harmonl7.e vrHh the distinctive color plan ol each room In which they ale Installed. -The cabinets may be painted at the same time that the walls are dcco- ^rated. In general design, the ne\v convectors fortunately complement 1 »ny type ol Interior architecture. KCNTILE Floors •ike SMART Foyers Let us plan a distinctive design- Ac correct colors—for ycmr foyer — with Kentjle. It's the asphalt lile that (iecorators me for foyers, kitchens, basement playrooms. Looks like * million. Wears like iron. Cleans with simple mopping. A proven product in the modern manner. UNTILE /2W«^I?%^ Storage for Fuel Acute Problem Properly Winterized House Will Show Big Cut in Heating Costs Storage of fuel oil and con) is expected to bf a ni:ijor problem In the nveniRc liomc tins winter «»«' holl.sohoUlcr* '.vl.o do not h:wc adequate y.orape facilities may experience nctllc hardship before tile winter end.-, it was declared '.:><l*y by t-ie Con.-i>iiictjon Re.sonr-Si Bu- ycKVi ol Me 1 ,'; York, clcarUH'. hnure for uuildiiiR inCorirntlon. Those householder*, hoatver. *'lio are able io lay In all or a large pail of their fuel supply now ?.re not likely to sillier from Die expected fuel shortage. Distributors are now I YOUR HOME OF TOMORROW In a position to all orders In Indoor anil outdoor llvlne are neatly combined in lliLs moJt-ru new home desi(n. Compactly nirniiucd nil un one floor, this new horn* design Is a modern npprorurh to the needs of n sninll family, ' It was conceived to fit an averagc-sl/eci lot and to R!!OW nny quantity, but ns the winter I for expansion us the fnrnily (crows, drmw on a f,horLj|;e "I frelRlu i fmlrmr niul oiiU'nnr life lire skillful t cars, oil tankers ami other distri- I billion !aci)lties is expected to produce fuel scarcity In some Fcctlons. Deal's Painf Store 109 Eaat Slain f'lione •MM , - — ...- illy merged Id add spa- . cars, oil tankers and other dlslri- e.lou.sness. Terraces iilnim two wings urn Integral parts o[ the ell-.shr>prcl house. These face to tlie rear, Rivins privacy from the street [or out-of-door dining and relaxation. !]: desinning a suburban-type home (or eily life nnd for ri f;i^illy of im;<lernlc means, the architect lirovided for ninny conxlincllon and nuititeiiniice economies. A basement, for example, could be used; plumbing fatrililies are grouped clr)=e iofjether; living room and dinette arc combined. To Rive, maximum space for a gnrdcn and p!ny area, I ho city Frequent FtlliiiRs Tlie aver:it;e home fuel oil tani: ! holds 2fi5 Rallons and tlll.l must te ! lilled abum Io\>r limes n year. \1- I most the same is true of solid fuel [ bins, with only an esUnnlc.1 20 per cent <.: all homes hnviiiK sufficient ! gr , lnKC nml ] iv ; aB room WMe pi ft fen Sn the t:\ng facing the [capacity for the entire •vi'V.j I Fuel supply will not be rjo srri- WALLPAPER AND WALL-RITE •Just received new stock and new patterns at no advance in price. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY 319 W. Ash St. Phone 551 street. Th? Karate, which contains plenty [if storage iintl '.vork spuce, bar> an aci'e.ss door which is connected to thi kitchen liy a covered pi\ssni<e'A r ay. Kiirhcn His Gl.iis tllciik Tl.= l:ltclicn, storage room and bnth form a utility core arou::d which the house Is built. These permit close grouping ot nil healint'. plumbing and electrical facilities to save con- slructicn co.sts. The S-ft. x 10-fl. fi-lH. kitchen is scicnllrically designed in ell-shape. Sink cupboards nnd ^'juniors are combined an outside wall In which a panel cf glass block forms an easily cleaned splash board. The block also gives daylight with privacy to this.important work center and to the interior of Ilie cupboards. A small window flvci VCH- tllnlton. Adjacent to the kitchen Is n utility room which serves ns the laundry. Glass block obscures a view of I his area from outside and floods the laundry with daylight. The window- size block panel is impervious to moisture. Because of its insulating effect, the panel resists "sweating." Cv-Lrisurance Clause Pays Full Fire Loss How much fire insurance should Iw carried has always puzzled the home owner. Tlie problem is more | ncute now than ever before. Most i homes are under-Insured today be- ' cans? replacement cosls have risen ' a:: estimated SO per cent since 19B9. | ! Ir; some cases, homes are insured | for only the amount of the mori- j S.TR». This mean.s the owner has no | promotion in case of loss. To provide complete prelection, fire underwriters have established what the call the "co-insurance I clause." Under it, the owner agrees ' to maintain insurance equal to at t irast BO per cent of the value and i the company agrees to pay in full on any loss. How IMan Works If ;c.« than So per cent is carried, tiie owner must bear a proportionate share of tile loss. For example, if the property is va:i:ed at $10.000, the insured carried at least SB/MO »nd X $4,000 loss occurs, the coii-.pany '.vili pay the entire $4.000. F,:it t! only S6.OOO msiuance is carried on a $10.000 valuation, the cornpanv will pa-' only six-eij;!rs, or 53,000 nn a $l|ofiO. Therefore, the v.ire prop?rty owner will have n CEreful appraisal 1 made and make sure that his fire Iiolicies cover at least 80 per cent of this value on both house and con- More than 6000 plant species have been found in Java. A splinted stlclc often brings Into use the grave digger's pick. / ''OH PEAR...PAPERING DIDN'T HELP MUCH.IXD IT?* Don't »v»rlood your wiring iy>l»n>. When r»» build or mod.mil. provld* AOIQUA1I WII/IM. ARK-MO POWER COMPANY l>runk FnrtntRhtl.T ! Each legionnaire ol the PVench Foreign Legion in North Africa is allowed, and even expected, lo get drunk once every fortnight, becrmsn "ving in the lonely desert develops . dangerously low mental state. A , unclioria | floor p | an for comfort, convenience The mnln entrance opens into a , ranged sn that it srrms lo be scpn-- snmll hallway which contains a ] ralcd from the living room large guest closet niled with space- On one side of the main door- snvmg sliding doors. Immediately to the rifUU Is the 1C x 18-foot living room equipped with n bnllt-ln dln- iiifi table. Tho (liriotlc IK cbjivcn- irntly cloKn to the kitchen nnd fir- way the architect used a large panel of glass block to daylight the entrance hall. The panel, extending from floor to celling, also Itaiismits light to the walk and adds a dra- matic touch lo Hie house at night. Across the front wall oC the living room the architect made provision for built-in storage cabinets and a desk. To obtain cross ventilation he placed smnh vent windows high enough in the wall to prevent outsiders from .seeing into the house. ons, the Construction Research Bureau .said, In those homes which nm eqnlpperi with storm snsh, u'cn- thcr-stripped and thoroughly jnsu- Ulnd. A home thus wititcri'ipcl will burn from one-third to one-half les^ fur) than one not so protected, r- has been proved in numerous tcsU made on houses insulated with fireproof mineral wool. From this it can be seen that fewer fillings of fuel tanks and bins i leccssat'y and a proportionate • reduction In heating casts are JKIS- slble in the properly winterized house. It; effect, this increases the capucity ot storage facilities. Free Booklet The United States Bureau of Mines has inten.siiicil JUs cnn;palRn for fuel conservation nnd is strongly urging insulation of the 85 pev cent of American homes which still do not have this protection. As pnrt of [his riunpaigu, Oliver Ics, chief of the nonmnlals section ot the Bureau of Minns, has prcpnrcd Information Circular No. T38S, "Home insulation with Mineral Products." Copies of this circular can be obtained with cost, by iivrithif; the Construrtion Research nurrnu. nt 12 York City. Next to Foundation, Roof of House Is Most Important Part of Building Next to tho foundation. Die roof j rnftoi'K. in the ca.sn of wood of a hpusc Ls about as important the hca'thmg boards are laid two ns any other one part of the structure. The home owner who has a first class roof will have fewer or three inches apart to permit nil circulation and retard rot in the shingles. For all othor types repair probltMn.s. On the other i toof covering, the hciuhing is laid land, a poor roof ens be the source if continuing expense and trouble. Roofs have three primary specifications: (1) they must be absolutely wlnri and weather tight; 2) they should be highly resistant to fire; and (3) They should be .strong, adequately pitched and drained. • Roofing is available in a wide variety of materials, including as- | be.slos, asphalt, metal, slate and wood shingles, sheet metal, clay tile, tarred felt and gravel, or roll roofinp. Shinplr.s or tiles are mo.it generally used on a home. The other materials are largely confined to multi-family buildings, garages and commercial structures. For strength, root rafters should be no farther apart than 1C inches •list St., New j center io cmtcr. Thp roof roverinu i.s Inid on shralhinu nailed (o thn tight, board to board. More homes ha^'e woud shingles than any other kind of roofing, but nowadays their use Ls banned in 1 virtually all new construction in ', areas where building codes exist \ been use they are not resistant to j fire. A properly-liud wood shingle ' roof, however, will provide long : and satisfactory service. 1 Color of the roof can add or de- ' tract to the appearance of the l house. Hence this should be given consideration. In the colder sect ions ! of the country, roofs should have ; a steeper pitch than in other areas so snow will not accumulate. r a client or not. it is our policy to supply, without obligation, any insurance information you LET US MODERNIZE YOUR HOME OR OFFICE WITH SUPERB QUALITY K-N Venetian Blinds Choic. oi Wood, Aluminum, or Stetl Sl»i«. Wide Rang* of Beautiful Tap* and Cord Color* to Select From.— Exp.rtly Maaiurcd Fox "A And Installed * Prompt Delivery - Order Now YOU WILL LIKE OUR SERVICE. AND WE KNOW YOU WILL LIKE K-M VEKETIAN BLINDS DEAL'S PAINT STORE 109 East Main Phone 4469 Nighthnwks, birds that fly mostly at night, make their migration nights by daylight. Kmti Corn-lei Np\v s \Vant Ait*. YOU'LL SAVE MONEY AT TRUCK HEADQUARTERS DODGE mm WITH... A Qutition of who fo call on Electric Work? Dial 2993 TRUCKS CHARLIE'S S ELECTRIC SHOP 116 Nortft Flr»t Phone 2993 the Safety and Comfort of Dodge CABS! "AIK-O-SPKTN<;"»eiUs —adjustable to every driver 1 * comfort! YenCUattnft wing* . . . real ventilation «hen you need it I • A It-wear her Insulation — 1 boron ^h wcftt hcr- Steel we I (led to steel . . . l>raeeil ivilh Meel at every vital pinnt . , . I he •nfc*t cab construction known! i No distraction from road nhcad — because of "enty-ln-rcnil" Instru- menls :incl il:iiij\es! BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. 217 S. Second Strcci Phono 4422 Prepare For Winter Now] Just a few month* until weather sets in for th« winter. Now's the time to hav* your plumbing system checked and repaired and to winterize to meet your requirements. Act now for con- venience thtnl i Blytheville Water Co, BERNARD ALLEN, Manager "Water Is Your Cheapest Commo'dU""

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page