The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 4, 1947
Page 3
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1 BETTER HOMES TUESDAY, MARCH 4, W<!7 Doctor to Construct 15-Room Clinic on West Vine Street. .Building and real estate'activity here , shows -the Issuance of 11 building permits nnd the purchase of'two homes recently. 'A residence at 10th and Holly has been purchased from E. B. Gte Sr.'by B. S. Simmor.s oi D?ll and -the Russell Bag-ham home. 1130 Chick asawlra, has been purchased i>y Eugene Still, who plans to take possession March 15. .Industrial nnd - business building proposer! here is shown by building periiUU issued from the office ol City Engineer Joe Carney lo Di M. L. Smaller for a 15-room clinic to be built at an estimated cos* of $25.080 at 201 West Vine, nnd to A. G. Shibley for a ICO to 133- foot wholesale and dry goods store at 1Q1-1C5 West Ash. 1A ;permtt Issued the BlvUievillc Canning Co. calls for a" frame warehouse on the Frisco railroad south of (he present plant at nn estimated cost of J30CO. Remodeling anri' redecorating work'on Dreifus Jewelry store was completed .this-week with the addition of a dark blue tile front. Addition to the building project, In the 1900 and 2COO blocks on West Hearn. permits have uccn issued w,. L. Horner for five live- room frame houses at 19011912 •1916,;.'isao and 1925 ' iWesl Heani.' Estimated cost was given nt sjwn each, Permits ..were also , issued 1 Jos Bombalaski for a six-room frame house on South Franklin street to be built at. an estimated cost of $2003. and a private garage, estimated nt $603, In the rear of GC« South Franklin. Glln Harrison was also issued a permit for the construction of a private garage at 413 East Cherry at an estimated cost of $603. Recessed Shelf Safest For Heater "m Bathroom Where 'n portr.tilc electric heater is us«d in a bathrootn, home l<l"a experts advise a simply-constructed wall ; receis ..To keep it out of tne way.: especially ii, crowded, small bathrooms. /.This recessed shell should he near 'tlic floor nnd linen with; fireproof, building material, such: as asbestos cement And Never The Twain Shall Meet For nn intcraaliomil view on pre-faus, Die one above is on display nt the National Associ- nlion of Home Builders convention in Chicago iiml has nil ihc modern conveniences. At right ii Japan's Housing Institute's counterpart Occupying only 13 square yards of linul, Jt has n room, closel, adjoining toilet at rear of house, and cosls 10,000 yen, or Rentals Offer Better Profit Opportunities The present housing situation - • "...n.. n-uuju jjjuuiiut,- offers excellent investment oppor- u po ° (1 renlni return on Llie Invest- unities for more profitable utlHzn- Inent - Quite often such homes arc MfMl nf .-Jrrrti- l«i ilH I iir... ..n~i .. _i _i _ r IfWIl t f'fl urtfl r t li n .,.., t.i L i . ernment and private Industry believe this country will need at lenst n million housing units per year for ten years to meet Ihc demand. Practically every city In the country contains a mnnltfr of one- fnmily dwellings Hint could be remodeled into n number of small apartnicnls which would produce' r more proae utlliza- - tlon of older buildings, real eslnte j located near the main business ei-ls assert. 1'erhnns at no time . «c«tio» and such fncilllies as our history has the need for schools and churches, which homes and apartments been as I heighten their desirability for pros- 31'eat as nt the present, surveys by psellve tenants. ""' ... i Great strides have been made In recent years in the development of materials particularly adapted to Either Way, the Imbibing Taxicab Driver Must Pay For Encounter With Police NASHVILLE, Tcnn., March' 4, (UP)—Police told tnxi driver Floyd Hardnwny to ,movo his cnb—thai it Work Started On Rental Units Osceo/o . Aik., Mar. 4.— Mr. an<l MJ Johnny Lowe art building ' * > five-room rental houses north el tiieir home here on Alternate Hi htt'ily 81. N i than Wclnberg, owner of the Hiilcfmg occupied by Kroner's gro- i 11 Is building nil adjoining ware- In m< When this is completed, M > a ffs sloie plans to install new \UIU'ii. Mrs nob Cromcr is clcdecoratlng n milking lUUlitions to the home I" |)ti:cjin.scd recently from Mrs I) n nl Leo. i s blocking traffic. Ilinlnwny did. and struck sjnoth- 11 uitomoblle. Police arrested him tinned him with driving W |,iie Ilicn City Judge Andrew Doyle iid the cops couldn't do thuU-t->ll i nun lo do something nnd then in •>! him for doing j t lint didn't help Haulaway, liicmgli. The Judge changed the M(,c and slapped n S50 line on I in for being drunk. A J-Stop Service LOANS - REAL ESTATE INSURANCE We Will Bond You W. M. BURNS Agency Phone 3361 veterans' organizations nnd "other agencies indicate. Such studies have invariably shown that a large- majority of the vctcrn;is would prefer [ 0 rent rnlh- cr thnn bnilil or buy. This deinnnti is augmented by the need for homes for iioji-vtTBi'iins, ns Indicated by sl»t checks in various Mies. Many experts In both gov- which is noil-combustible nnu ens- board, iiy applied. It's Your Headache, Too remodeling and repair. -- plc, one of the first places n house begins to show its age Is in its ex- '.erior sidcwnlls. New siding materials arc nosv available which will sivc a home a modern new dress but which will considerably rerinCT future maintenance cosls. For Any Housing Shortage Tafces Coach from One City to Another in Novel Move > NASHVILLE. Tcnn.. March 4. (UPl—It wasn't because of money reasons that . Louis B. (Fanner) Johnson resigned ns assistant football conch at Vandcrbilt University here lodny to lake a job as line conch nt the Citadel. It wasn't because he liked (he Oltmlel job better. It wns because he couldn't find n house or apartment in Nnshvlll" nnd the Citadel promised to find him one in Charleston, Johnson says. Johnson has been living in tho Vnnderbilt field house for more than n yenr while his family stayed in Winchester about 100 miles away The Miracle Cleaner •£• Cleans, Waxes, Polishes IT IJfr No prc-cleaiiing No ufIc'r-ruli . . , t Snni-Wnx clcr.ns fust by ilissolving greusc, dirt, smoke, and licel-mnrks. No "ivct" feeling; no oily loucli. And you will like the lovi'ly finish il leaves, from living room ninhogany lo kilclicn doovs. well graojiietl -' I DO YOU NEED! A LOAN? I J To insure and finance a-now or ' J used car, truck or tractor, in Ar- ' knnsns or Missouri, see us. Low ' i rates. You'll like our service. Also • | PHA Loans and 4% farm loans, J j and'Individual real eslnte loans. ' UNITED I INSURANCE AGENCY J Over Guard's Jewelry Store ! Phone 510 SHOCKING Situation... . {l >e answer at Charlie's Electric Shop. We carry a compile stock of electrical needs you might have. . . . our crew of capable olec- tricians are ready lo '«,„ repair work or wiring in the citv or o" the farm. Don't waste time \vondcr- 35 PICk UP - m ' 1 - ""«"« an, -For Anything Electrical, See Us! CHARLIE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 116 N. Firsf Phone 2993 P3nl Size A Silllc Cani.Wux goes a long \ For Tile Walls, us well as for Woodwork. I'nrniliire, am! All Fine Finishes. \ E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY 319 W. Ash St. Phonc 551 Use of Soil-cement for streeis is increasing rapidly every year. It is based on ihc disco'vcry mat when you mix cement carefully witli roadway soil, ami compact it, you have n sin,,,-, (/HI 'Me pavement fo r I ighti r n ffi'c. The method, though scientific, requires only simple, i.iex- pensive equipment. Laboratory lests determine the exact proportion of materials needed— "»''«»y about 10% of cement to 90% of soil. Soil-Cement Proved in Service Hundreds of miles of Soil- Cement roads and streets now in use hcive/Dwirr/ its durability. SoII-Cemcn» li nol Intended f»r or- «orlalorhnnvY-<furyHr«ati.forl«ng Uf« and economy luth srreefirequlr* the >uper!or load-cortylng opacity of porlland cemanf concrftfe. Soil-Cement DOES offer new economy for residential and other neighborhood tight-traffic streets. Urge your officials to investigate Soil-Cement. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 916 Falls Bldg., Memphis .3, Teun. * n.tta-1 orgonholto, to .mprcvo .„,, „,„«, ^ „,„ „ fl.U wcrk ; _ STARTS RELIEF IM JUST 6 SECONDS Get fatnoUS, jirrfcrijunui-vj Ceo fur r&at relief from all . colJ miseries. l£nj<jy rt-siiu.- which h»v« made CC&'the stand- l£iVd1 by of miltloiit [TL 45 jvara. >^L/ Caution; Take only a» directed. jCr/ COLD PREPARATIONS on UQUID KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 he Old Rel G. O. POETZ "The Old Reliable" Tour Boaree •( PETROLEUM PRODUCTS KK at Ctferr, WALLPAPER Knhances the HOME! VISIT OUR WALLPAPER DEPARTMENT Hardware • Electrical Supplies 213 MAiN STREET PfcoJI . „ BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS Seec/s • Harness •Farm Supp//, EAGLE STAMPS IT'S TRUE . . We sell as well as repair, PLUMBING FIXTURES WATER HEATERS and other PLUMBING APPLIANCES. You don't have to go to a mail order house or appliance store to buy these home needs... 'PETE' has them on display in his shop-and at reasonable prices too! „ ' . For years we have served the Blytheville area, repairing and mending as we progressed. This part of our business is, and always has been, the service that so many Blytheville families have made a household word. When something- is wrong call "PETE" THE PLUMBER. However, our primary reason for operating a business is to supply you with quality PLUMBING SUPPLIES and FIXTURES.. .and to install and service THOSE fixtures. So, the next time you need products in this line.. .come to see "PETE".. .give him your business as well as your worry! "PETE" THE PLUMBER QUALITY PLUMBING SUPPLIES 109 N. First St. Pho r « 2731

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