The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHBV1LL8 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ^TUESDAY. DKCKMtiKR :',, BETTER HOMES Electric Go-Op To Use Radio Building Planned Hciel To House Unit- to Rush i Orders to Linemen ; To house radio equipment to l>c used to speed up line repair M-I-Vice. the, Mississippi County K!r:'- trlc Cooperative, Inc.. plans 'to erei't a combination residence find MOIO- room at Brondwny and IJniircmt streets. It will be a- 20 by Go foot nni.-- ture with a ooncrole Iloov invl frame construction of shrcl lUum- iiliun, according to H. C. Kna]sj;cn- btrp;er. manager oi the EtWirir Cooperative. Construction \vill i:«'t underway in the ncur fium-c- mid present plans call for the hni!;iin:; r, completion tafor this moiitli. The resiclenre portion uf : lie building will be used ;is livi:in q-i:i!!rrs by the person niuint:iinod :o l!:ini!lf the radio rcinipment housed in the adjoining storeroom. ..^ A transmitter and rorpivrr! be operated to relay rcptirls (if line trouble to maintt'in'.iH'i' <.T[-V:S ;n radio-equipped :-ep:ii:- i;-i:c-ks, .Mr. JCnappenberirer .said . , This new building will IK' on the frjrmer site of the berg Gin. Houses Built as Battle tor Plant Goes On ^^i^^Si^s^^-- exlerior and interior Hews of ,,,;i; M-,,n .„,„ | K i,,,-|ain enemel. ranch-tlpe iwcl'-ibri'-il -d K IK,,,, bmu l,y the Lus.ron Corporation ,„ „„. ,,,l IXd.c-Crys!,,. ph.r.t at rhea^o He factor-, K nibject of dispute between War , V «- -, AdmmLslra-ion, which lean-d ) wants to miiniifaclnre his poslwur isir.M ion. which wants Liislron to net !:!rundhin. l.;is:tron pres!<lent. npi:-re. $171.• it (o Preston Tuck-r Tucker •lni|:c<!<>, mid the Naiional lionising Adinl.v' lo relieve the |]uu,-,;u;j sliorlriue. According 'o ^.i , full prodnclloii would mean 4Cy IIC.UKCS a day. u, ° niUomobile. tii Into full o^-.'i • osL ai>|)roximfilely $7JOO erc.'ted Sk-rn- Leachville fmnastum Modernized _ The school ^yinmsimn at I,?ach- yille has been improved and now is regarded as one of the host in this section \vith a nt!\v ele^tii'.' Scoreboard among the new equipment. The entire building has been :<— painteil. tlie fieor refinislied and four new .stoves pl;v.c<l in the build- ins for adequate heating. " The 'electric ~con'bo;u<! is the ipost modern'ale, it was m Homes on Hearn Three More House; Under Construction In New Addition 'Vitli .six homes completed and il. 'In- con.',l ruction of three m orr now Underway iii me Jackson <!;ii<pii development .project to iviilc homes for .veterans. The ,v house's iiro In t | 1(? lmo ,, n( | H! Mucks in) He;,,.,, street. "1 l He three Houses under •tniclion lias already been solfi !"'<• of the six completed ones '- been occupied 'by veterans Hi'-li- families, w. L. Horner, iiicr ol (lie houses, said yesler- v.,1.1- I'raelically all or them were '(.-Id belorc (hey were • finished, he J-'unn. were sold for soiiOO, others for smij :uid now the steadily in- CI-CJIMIIIJ fast or iHilldij).; materials lias In-red I In- price to abe.ut S7000, .Mr HurniT slated. 'In:- seven houses were puichas- <d hy Charles fiazcr. w. W. Bryain Jr.. Dr. L. I,. flubciiei, L). C. Ne;il. Doufifas Law-son, Bernard. I'iralitnil and W. c. Hyiulmnn. fiiiill under ihe 1'IIA program. ihe ; .e houses, having live rooms ami l.-alh. are n! Iraine construc- lion with asbestos sidiii!; and hard- MLt.d j|<iors. in!;iu; lineolum is used in kill-liens :md bathrooms and v.-indi.M-s are of n prefabricated lyiii- complete with frames and ••ills. With insulated ceilings and ronr-rrir foundations, the house.'; are l.ullt un 00 by 140-foot lots. llearn street, in front of the houses, lias b-'en paved with con- <-nte in a width or 'M tcet. An einlil-jiich sewer main has been iiis-.iilled and is paid for when the ho>-sc is purchased. S.ili- of tlie houses is restricted to veterans for a period of Co days. After i ha I time. purcha.sin» ia op- -ni'd to the iiiiblic. ::oiiiieclioii wii.h this applirutiun. one botileneek in automobile lira- In nirplnn:- inaiuifacttne tin- it was slalpcl yeslcr('.:,y aflertioo:i, diiclion nov;adiiys, since -1937 im.d- rpm and horsi-power. and •.!,.. . Stipplylng pails for old can I' o o .WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel ,punk as the dickens, brings on stoinuch -.upset, sour taslo, gassy discomforl, take Dr. CaldweU's famous medicine to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "innards" and help you fee! bright and chipper again. DM. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sen- "tia laxative contained in good old Syrup "Pepsin to make it so easy ID take. /MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prepara- . tic us in prescriptions to make the medi- _ cine more palatable and agreeable to .take. So be sure your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. " INSIST ON DR. CfUDWELL'S— the fa- ' vorite of millions Tor 50 years, and feel "that wholesome relief from conslip.i- " 'tion. Even finicky children love it. -CAUTION: Use only as directed. DR.(«E!i'S SENNA IAXJVTIVE CO.U.H.EC, IH by Loyal V. Norman. SH- pct inirndent. who is starting tin intensive athU'itr program there. . Coach Dorse Keller <U Joiu'sooro, former st'.ident at Aikonsn.s Stute ; C:>lle;'.c. is in cli:u-ge of the uthlc- j lie iiroi-rain. He also heads Ihe ng- ! li.'iilUU'c deiiarlincnt. , Federal Law 'Determines Slate Estate Tax Policy LITTLE ROOK. Aik.. DC;-. 3. <Un Tiie AvkansLis .supreme Court ruled yesterday that federal estate i tax laws controlled collection of similar taxes in Arkansas. The action followed an appeai frcm Jefferson Circuit court uy Piiu-hback Taylor II who asked ^ exemption from the payment oi i taxes on S33,!30J inherited from his |-mother thro::r.h his late lather. Mrs. lioss M. Tayior died in 1UH. leavini; the JSILflCB in her husband. I'inchbatk Taylor. Botii slate and federal estal! 1 taxes'i: Paid on i!u- iup.eritatice. Taylor died a month later, and his estate ol S830.CCO was left to his son. The son claimed that no estate tax was c'.ur on the S'W.i'.to since it already had been collected from his mother's estate. In an opinion by Associate Jus- tire Ea P. M,Faudm. the Supreme Court upheld the Jefferson Court decision. "Shoot to Kill" Order Curbs Shanghai Rio'liny SHANGHAI, Dee. :) — (U[>> — Armed with a "shoot to kill" order. Shmiyhai police today succeeded in restoring peace ami order after :i P.vo-dny riot [hiit -iiiiiisc-cl fa civil- Inn and police casualties inul $!.- COO.GOO (U.S.i propcrtv damage. Armored cars cruised in clown- i IOAII areas and ^licc were in- i unictcx! In brini; any rioters before military colitis. Stores reopened !»:\ hum noi, gi-iitn. ( Mayrr K. C- Wn Miid he would , elear downlown sidewalks ami Ive oliicers to he firm nncl comtc- 'ii; in enforcing regulations. Ncv/ Business Building Planned on Ash Street Application has been made by A. O. K iiblcy. .119 East Kentucky, for a liiiilcling permit authorizim; c'.'ec- lion ol a brick or concreie btiikling on the corner of First and Ash slreets. • A:-co:(liiu; to the application. thiSi builditii; is to b? used to house a w-holesali^ business. The application is scheduled to be passed on by the' ,,. Uilv Council at its next mcetins I I here are alrail 3000 wood tits Dec. in. | i.) a mile of railroad I rack. i No protests have been filed in Read Courier News Wanl £ ,rls. rprise your Family and Friends.. . Mode by "The Oldest Mixed Pomf House in America" For woodwork waits where a tich, lesiiul scl siied Comes ir\ various sha d es f oi ho mo s wh t p nd ceilings i finish is He on laiqe Troas such r- s ,^ ^hooU hos pitals, halls oH.ces o!c Durible sm!cce noi attscTed byicpcaipd '.va--innq On nfr* walls gld walls in bail cor.ds'ion ....a>^!l '%>.,' 4-1- ! M ^ i ffl * - " OoLuit- Piq- r^o^tc.-i Wall Pn^r-i L-. locommondc-J loi 1it6! c'xil Ask vjl-.o ftSv^ui Dciu« InionoT GLOSS rir,;r.r, I'o: on> fnirfow. msm U fv jn VANT- CAI,VT::U IM.,^ PAINTS-ihe best th«! mo:icy cnn buy !.ooV loi Ihc two- i-a^t.-t lx>y OTJ iho UiU-1. E.C. LUMBER COMPANY 319 W. Ash St. Phone 551 See how easy it is to apply Trimz Ready-Pasted Wallpaper . .'. without paste, tools or cutting board. Then do it yourself! You'll be proud of a decorating job well done. PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. is are considered average tcxli-y. jspeed ol l]ri craft determine i;vo- peller diameater 126 W. Main Phone 515 FIREPLACE OUTFIT COMPLETE Altrnctivc porlublo Oolonial !ir( 'S?flQ^ sen-en, iindiniiis of br:iss, I'in-sldo '- I£ ' U - ;:7J tools anil nil accessories ID ]n;:];i,> ( " your I'ii-o |>Uicc liriiflH :inil t-lu-n-y :his C'hristmas. HUBB^RD HARDWARE COMPANY Stjpp/ies 213 MAIN STREET «,,„. 701 BLYTHEVILLE. ARKANSAS Seec/s • Hnrnesi • faun Supo/jes ' :i-l>-.tni:l (ire sriven . . . We are now able to completely wire your house — either large or small! Lady Jackson Automatic Electric Irons HEAT CONTROLLED — LIGHTWEIGHT an excellent Xmcis Gift We've just received a large shipment of Supplies, including Sockets, Switches, Receptacles and other badly needed items. You'll find I In- most complete slock of lvlc<- Irical Supplies iii Hly- villc. Come in ;iiitl Ion!, a ro ti 11 d. You'll i>cl prompt service and satisfaction. A complete line of household ami commercial ijjlitinsj fixtures, fluorescent Hfthfinr; fixtures, floor lamps, table lamps and accessories. Charlie's Electric Shop 116 No. First Phone 2993 1 1

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