The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TOMCAT, WOVEMBEH '4, 194T BLTTHBVTLI-B <ARK.y COURIER PACE i<K' BETTER HOMES . ' QV , -W>r i Small Contactors Ideal For Bathroom Warmth In bathrooms, where space usually U at premium, conVector radiators may be installed under lavatory fixtures to save space and yet provide comfortable warmth. Among conrectors available today for now hornet, or for modernization work, „ special compact sizes are produced ^especially for bathroom installation. They connect with any steam ol hot water system. Stars come in assorted colors, such ac blue, yellow, red, orange, garnet, green, and violet. House Shortage Remains Acute Despite Increases, Supply Still Lags Far Behind Demand NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 4. (UP) — Rep. Ralph A. Gamble, R... N. Y., chariman of the joint congressional Committee on Housing, said yesterday thevo was still a housing shortage, despite a "great Increase" sine* repeat of the Wyatt housing bill. "More homes have been started and completed In the Itut three months than In any like period in the past 20 years," he «ald, "bill tin shortage is still great," The committee was in New Orleans to meet with delegates to the American Municipal association Conference. * Gamble said the need across the nation was for rental imita. He blamed bottlenecks in production as one of the main factors in the current shortage of housing. Industry and labor had both been inlet-veiled by the committee, Gamble said., and a step-up in production had been promised. Other members oi the committee here for a two-day session were: Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, H,. Wis.; Rep. Albert Rains, D.. Ala.; Rep. T. Hale Bogs, D., La.; and Sen. John Sparkman, D., Ala. New Building Houses Two Local Firms A two-room bushing building al 31S south Second hu been completed »nd U now occupied by two Blytheville firms. The SO by tW-loot building was constructed of concrete blocks and has a concrete floor with plastered Ulterior walls. It U divided into two 2S by 60-foot store roonu. One hns been occupied by the Morcland Music Store, a new firm which opened here recently, and the other by Evans Grooery anri Market, which moved (.here from IU former location on South Lilly Street. The building was constructed by Mr!. Charlts Bright. American homes contained 34.000,000 radio sets in 1945. Plumbing & Heating Needs 4 Aoom Size — Oil Burning INTERNATIONAL HEATER Comes Complete with Electric Blower only $142.50 Gilco and Gilcor Automatic Oil Water Heaters National Electric Water Heaters Crane Acid Resisting Porcelain Enameled—Cast Iron Double Drain Sink $172.76 With Built in Cabinet '""' f Wff"fhe"piumber""' 109 N. First Phone 2731 GET Par Value FOR Dollar Spent On AH Satirical Wiring! Quick service and comp*tent workmen assure you of • thorough wiring job with no "extra" service visits to repair the original assignment. Call for "Know- How" when you spend hard earned dollars on electri* work. Call for Charlie's Electric! • Power Installation., • House Wiring • Commercial Wiring • Appliance Repair CHARLIE'S ELECTRIC SHOP ermits Issued Show $21,800 in Suilding Planned Penults showing an estimated (21, »00 In residential building, additions nd business construction *«r« Is- ued last wcelc Irom the oftic« of ! lty Engineer Joe Carney. MlowliiR HIT the p«imil< Issued: To Jessie E. FSiris, for live and a ia!( room frame residence al 909 South Lilly; estimated cost, »1.600. To n. ii. OimieU, for a one-room iddillon to a residence to the U)o-H scU-sorvlce laundry on North Second street; estimated cost, $1. 500, To J. c. Webb, to add three rooms Ute of I mutating Board New in Building Trade* Despite 1(« j)re«iit position as an accepted unit widely used InilldliiR msterlnl, Insulating board U a truly modern product. Industry sources pnlnl out that Us general acceptance as a bulUlliiK commodity hns boon nchrlvcol In only n lllilc more than thirty years. Production of Insulating bo:ird 1)0- e»n during the period of the first World War. From nn initial oiU]>iil of a few thousand leet u flay, production has stendlly Incrciiscd until todny It is nt the rate of nearly two billion .square Icrt a year. Insulating Iwnrd has been called a mauulactured lumber. It Is made by Rent Board in Chicago Recommends Increase* For 500,000 Dwellings WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. (UP) — The Chicago Advisory Rent Board yesterday recommended to tho housing expediter a 10 per cent n- eross-tho-board jonl Increase for some. 500,000 rental units In tho Chicago area embracing Cook, Lake, unpngfl »nd Kane Counties. The recommendation would not Floor Suggested As Starting Point In Re-Decorating There must be » starling polni from which to launch a decorating scheme. The first rule is to bcgit: with the big things first, and grndn ally work around to the small de tails. The reason for this is simple l&mps and accessories must have a good background. The right carpet, or rug, will bring unity and color harmony to that newly decorated room as nothing else can. It will bring warmth and beauty to the room. H is the central point around which the color, design and feeling ol any room 1* built. Decide which area* where design or pattern will be used. It can be the carpet and draperies, or the walls and upholstery, or any combination o! these. You cannot use design everywhere if you wish 10 have a harmonious room. An early decision must also be made in the feeling you want a room to convey. Is it to be modern or traditional? If traditional, select a combination ol periods. The floor covering should reflect the character ol the lurnishings if it is to be a pleasing foundation lor the furniture. If the room U to have a modern approach, an interesting texture weave, carpet or rug in a high or pastel color, is a fine foil for tin; simple lines of Ughl-loned functional furniture. The spirit of a room Is best 'interpreted by the floor decoration. Wool floor coverings are a major Investment and quality is important. o a residence at 2124 Henley; estimated cost, $1,000. To Josle Paxlon, for a four-room 'rame residence on South 16th; estimated cost, $1.800. To Herman May, for a fovir- room frame residence at 1700 We-st Vine; estimated cast, $2,000. To David T. Coaly for Magnolia | Courts. Inc., for six-room tile resl- \ deuces al 1804 and 1912 ChtckiLsnvv- ba; estimated costs, $5,000 each. To H. D. MfLcoc, '.•><• » one-room brick business building on West 1 Main Street'; estimated cost, »4, 000. Jvmmie Anderson was issued u permit to move a building from South Lilly Street to East Hose Street. reducing wood, sugar-cnne utalks and liven reassembling the woorty fibers Into rigid sheets. Thcjso sheets then are cut Into boards and panels of various Sizes. The finished products aro light In weight, yet strong nnd rigid. Tho rearranging of tho libers eliminates natural defects and other raw miUerials to n pulpnml gives the material Its Insuln- 116 North Flnt Phont 299] Front Entrance Gives A House Character The front entrance of & home- is more than merely an opening to walk, through. It can lend either | dignity or Informality, and can i add to or detract tremendously \ from the character of the house. Possible front door treatments are as varied as the personalities of home owners and caji be effected at low cost. Simple lattice-work or false shutters, for example, will add distinction to »n otherwise uninteresting entrance. Glass block on either side of the door will give an air of modernity to the older house. False columns can sometimes be used to advantage. A surprisingly new and different appearance can be given to the entire exterior of a house with a little thought as to the entrance. Better Material Supply Spurs Home Building Increased production and consequently a more uniform flow of building materials Into the hands of distributors In recent weeks lias enabled home builders to slightly reduce their costs, 11 was revealed today after a nation-wide survey by the Construction Research Bureau of New York. One of the biggest savings comes from the fact that with materml more plentiful, a bulkier is not faced with expensive delays. A house can now be completed in the normal three to five months instead of the nine to eleven months required during the years of scarcity. Furthermore, this improved supply has slightly reduced handling costs and other overhead charges faced by distributors when they had to deal in small quantities. In many sections ol the country such savings have been passed along to the builder. As a result ol the better production and supply situation, couptecl with a resumption of iicw home buying by the public, building activity throughout the nation has shown a marked increase during the past few weeks. A pick-up in sales of new homes is rojx>rted from most areas and as these houses arc sold, builders I begin work on more homes. Ne-,v I dwelling units are now being started at the^rate of 756,000 a year. WAMMINO OftDOL Lily Upence Oaoit, Plaintiff vs. No. K>,Jtt Oarland Oobli, Defendant In the Chancery Court, cntcka,- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The defendant, Oarland Ooble, Is hereby warned to »ppe»r within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the apply to some 300,000 other registered rental units where tenants already have agreed to a U pet cent increase. , This was the biggest rent Increase recommendation received by the Housing Expediter'* office thus far under the new rent control Inw which permits a "voluntary" 15 per cent Increase for leases extending until the end of I9M. complaint <X tho pUinttM, Bpence Gob!*. Dated thi* 30th day of 1M7. RARVXT MO v By Betty FctesMO, D. C- '•'• Attorney for Plaintiff: H. <»." Part low. ' ' R*«d Courier tfewi Want IMU1S A •»*>.•, ««4 i«My i»HnJi»«« *••) lfe«1 mtt Worms IT'S WASHABLE! Dries In 1 Hour Here ure four •dvnntaKe» of Pittsburgh'* TtcUidc Wall Paint. 1. One cent of Tcchule ii immlly au/UcIcnt — may be applied ri^lit over wnlpajicr, dingy plaster, or bmcmcnt wnUs, etc. 2. One Rillon coven an nvernge room. 3. Easy to npply and Quick to dry. 4. VVnshnble— lUyi ipolles* with ordinary soap and water. Redecorate your roorni •(. intall coil with Piilsbuiftli TccliUte, m*-"* & Made in 8 Colors and White Painl RIGHT with COLOR DYNAMIcT Paint BEST with PITTSBURGH PAINTS Z I 3 WEST MAIN ST. •PAINT • PROTECT •PRESERVE Any Building Any Surface Any Where! With Benjamin Moore Paints DEAL'S PAINT STORE inn Knsl Main Phone 4469 | { Garage fire-Wall Urged A garage which Is a part o( ;hc house should be separated from It by a (Ire-resistant wall. A simple way to provide this protection is to line the attached wall with asbestos cement board. Access to the garage preferably should be from the outside only. \Vfestinghouse ELECTRIC COMFORTER ItM AxfMMttc WuMtmoo Cc»*rW A mo* gUmocou* «ift for your favorite gUmoi* •irl —your wife, mother, liitcr or iwntl Thit »uperbty beautiful, completely automatic Electric Comforter will let her »!«p in coiwtant, even warmth— ju«t the decree >he likci best— no matter how the thermometer zoonM down. 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