The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 14, 1947 · Page 5
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FUIDAY, KI511HUAUY- M, 1917 Hotel Rooms Free Of Rent Controls OPA Action Applies Only to Operators Who Have Filed Reports WASHINGTON. Fill). H—IUI>1 -•Storting tomorrow, rent control comes off transient room s f n ;j ooo Hotels. 15.000 motor conns and Im- Ambassador To Poland to Return to U. S. WASHINGTON, fob. 14. (l , p , —The United atnlos Ijncked up il.s (H.splc.tMtiv at (|K> polish otcc- (iiiiiB tiutay with (lie rival! of Am- Ijnssndoi- Arthur miss I.:ui<. ir:>m his post in Wnrsnw. Diirtoiiintlc waiters snid ;|,r- n< - tion foreshadowed n ]m -,at\ ,,i "cool mid rr-served" reliiiion-s with II. . r.,...:.. - ,. '<.!,II IUIIV, VVtlll appointmenl of n new amba-wutgr inlitlil, be delayed until (he i;m'.«i Slates determines the futu'.Y>com>... of Its policy toward IMluii'.l. Niaj 1 shall IIIHV- throw .some lli;i>t. on Die subject «|. his sclicdlili'd 'J 11 n,. news ccmfi'ivnce, his sccon-l'since laUIng olfice. ! Lime's fei-all was no surprisi 1 here, Mnrshnll said a week aru that h,.'would bi> iclurnin >. soJi- for consul tin Ions on the Jan \<j elections In Poland. Reclamation Benefits for State Sought ™lSVU.lE WRIt.) COURIER.NEWS '" 1'ilnr -the much nmli-il 111:1 ' c; !!•,. i-vili'i-ul Hivb Hi'' ,'';, . Al ' f '''"' s " !i i>" liroMind In 111 "H. M. C'ldlai, ,-uhi. i,.,V: : "'... '•'••:!"\">'i™ . <>f 111,! !lu Ilir Million In .iiiitlcTOl,i|',i.r; aif.-l- eiillmal ro;;ourccs." Hi'ill sky 1'llnl BACS1NAW. Mich. (Ul>> -.- The ' PAGE FIVE Man Overboard H. <i today 20 )> fast list wi . the c rooms to < a , or monthly basis— these will kept under present ceilings — operators automntlcnlly free their remaining quarters from government, restrictions. More than 1,500,000 rooms are eligible for decontrol. •?' Ryn "' Wil shington repre- ntative. of the American Hotel Association, said some b% city hotel operators caught by a 1941 rent freeze "will be forced to npnly a Bdicrnl Increase"— possibly .„ i,i n i, as 10 or is per cent, The American Automobile Association said a survey of motor ,<T'' att>rS """^icd rales be boosted 10 to 20 per O ent. ••>"d even more in resort areas Going !„(„ effect tomorrow 'also nre new "harcLship" provisions for opcraiors of rental homes and s. OPA ncnl Dirf . c , o r ,' Cai 'f " snltl boosls W >« wed would "I,, ,, 0 sense" represent n general rent increase Industry sources predicted 'nevertheless that OPA rent offices will be swamped by pleas for hnrclsnln adjustments. So /ar. OPA said Howe hns . bee » no **« °f * rush.' However, m s ome areas forms are now becoming available. and . But Fulbright Due to Return To Post in Washington WASHINGTON, Feb. u <u Pl 7 i "', J ' Willi! »n Fiilbright 'D' Ark.., 1 E expected to return to his office in about 10 days foiJowu)' nn operation for correction O1 a knee ailment stemming from his •> football days in college. Fi,lbri.,h 'a cffji-e said today. The operation w ns ye-.-rormM in New York Tuesday, ifc was ,"ported to be in excellent condition and resting comfortably. S. would deprive itself of a v nlu- MIAMI. Fin.. Feb. A Const, Cilinrd plnno the search ji> t - ,-i <•« ovrrljoun! from the yaeh 8(1 miles from Nassau, juilumu-i while the vessel wns ti\i;'.i,<; j );u - : ' In the Mhimi-to-N'iism-i suilin-; severing nil diploinniic reln'.icn.s A statcineiH ijy the u. R. Km- race, bassy In wursftw said Lmn- would, The crewmnu wns klontiiii"! i )V etivc Feb. 24, 10 report la Srcn--; the Const Oimrd lic'if as Franclsn> lary of Stale Clcorye c. Marshall I Garcia. The wliuly wns iMplnlnru Wit that the Ambassador definite- in the rare by AMRi'l Nnyu of ihc ly will not return to Poland." Miramar yacht club of iicvunu The statement, indicated thailcuta. WASHIKOTON, i-vi>. U. (Ul>>! '"• r\\ --Arkansas' two .vnuiovi ini-lin' 1 '" ""' Wans (odny li, brim: tin-'irriiiiitlod'i "^, benellls n| the Hti^cinal HiTln'mii-! ."•'.>!.'i-i Plun Hill- carl' to state tlu> "I Etronulj- advix'ni to jnln with .sen. .1. William l "hi. rx, Ark., in .,(..-kiin- lU'urinns mi |heir i«mt bii, "lie Ai'knnHris out 1 nl tile • 1,'ntM U "" s '" ''cn-cont hotels are for transient use therefore eligible for decontrol. not nil are expected to apply "Van predicted no Incliislrv-wlrie rein boost. Read Courier News -.Varit Ads. GREAT HEART COAL The Finest C.'oal Thei'c MORE HEAT- LESS ASH We have iust- received a carload fhat was ordered last August. Phone 557 LUMBER COMPANY 319 W. Ash St. >hono 551 The 1947 sc;i.son o f sporb; will sonn bo undci-v/ay. and wo'vo assomlilcd for you the finest coilcr-Lion of iiascbiill aiul softball C(|uipmcnl, including mills, gloves, bats, balls ... in fad, all your needs. Hurry down to Soul horn, now, :IIH] got all your supplies. For All Makes & Models LARGE SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED $11.95 to $24.95 FISHING SUPPLIES Fishing Tackle Frog Gigs Minnow Seins Make Southern Your Fi*Mn ff Supply Headquarters So u t1> cm Auto Stares • •• rivuKiii m niKKiiMi-i -! Hev. i-'r. Kdwiird j. fitmniowskl ot ; »'i.'ly dl-,ui,,isl,h,, ; of ,, U!J ..M, M:,,.v s (: ; ,i|,,,|| ( , church' Is u •:;:\^'£>"rVf^ 1 ^^^^ »""••><»« ™™». " < ' l 'j~i, li ;' I1 ^^ tt r iiB •* "- ' ,»!• ;-h.iiiU| i Jt . wfisl/d In; ... !'• 'I'lie i-ecl;iiiii>li«i) nn ! [ M \-LlHK',t)Ki .l-:S'^tVIHT.'' ! WAI{\IX'(1 t>|ttl|-)ll It'-clmiiadoii Arl I'inlts i!>-i.' '" ""' fivll Coiirl, C'litcksisnu-lci '1'ts fiuin Hi;- SHU- o! public, Dlsh-td, MI-,-,k,,lpiil Cimniv Ar i"'.' IrilHiHliin and rwltnna-! kim-'us. '' npos-s i,, iv , V( ,,- ; ,,., .,., ( , w I Alvin M. Hai-dv niHt MjuiHc n ,i, i-, J^,L im iiKtr I ' Ilnrdv ' i»i '"mi and 1,-miuic.iu Mild in! V(l ' "N,,",,^.,',, lantlllti, a i,".n( ,-.!aui:unl when they 111- ; T. H. Van HlbbiT MIH|'Vclm-i I^.n !,«on,,on "- 1 ; 1 ;:;: 1 ,: u 'li bi !i,^, i ; ( ,^ M ^ ! ^ v r; 'T"- r -• --^«'»". - ...... ... * l!Ill!> ! " " lu ljl '«i<l-'ills, T. II. Vmi 1)11)- tier and Velma Louise Van Bibber i«re hereby warned to appear within ilrty days In (he court named In tliB cuplloii hcrciif and answer the complaint, of tl.u plnlntlfr, Alvln M Hardy and Maggie B. Hardy." Dated'thLi 6 day of Feb., 1447/ M- i Attys. for Plaintiff. 2J7-M-21-28 BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL. CONTRACTORS * MAIN OFFfCE - NORTH TENTH Phone 315T ?at*ss*W!sima&*wm[namaat During February of Closing Out your opportunity to cii.sli in on scorus of |ir«-wiir yiiliics. All rinc (|U!ilily movcluuHLisc'" . , . which we miwt move nt onec to clc;u- tlic w-ii.v loi' M'oj'lcnioii who urn ciiffujred in the task nt cMiliii-Kii)[r oiiv buildintf. 80 tonic on in nml join m (he run! . . . You'll find BED ROOM SUITES 4 Pieces, Walnut Finish, Plate Glass Mirror. Regularly $179.50 STUDIO COUCHES Spring Filled Spring & Mattress Reg. $89.50 / CHIFFOROBES Single door, 4 drawers, mirror, all wood construction, * Regularly $34.95 - ... • Walnut Finished, Chest Extra Fine, hardwood, ^ACA 4 drawer. Reg. $42.50 - - M*a 7-Tube Comb'tion Radio And Record Player Majestic. Reg. $125. CONSOLE RADIOS Large Floor Model Now only .... Hundreds of Outstanding Bargains in Living Room Suites, Dinette Suites Bedroom Suites, Chests, Rugs, Stoves and Other Items - - - Unfinished Dining Room CHAIRS $1.89 Cane Bofrom S $1.79 Studio Couch and Marching PLATFORM ROCKERS -J.50 119.50 Rubber Boots Reg. $4.95 Now $3.69 OSCEOLA, ARK. PHONE 100

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