The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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jTUEjSDAY. MARCH 18, 1047 PAGE AIA Asks Trades Training Funds Government's Efforts To Expand Apprentice : fjogram Endorsed The American Institute of Arclii- tccts has endorsed tlio Federal 'Covcniincnt'.'c efforts to expand the lJi'emiop training program in the ilCihiK trades as a means of pre- •vcntiiis; a shortage of skilled con- ;struciio]i workers, James R. Ed- •;niunds. Jr., Ins'.if.itc president, .Mated today. •' -Mr. Edmunds said that the Institute lir.d sent the following letter to mem'oers of subcommittees of the Senate and House Aopro- priutions Committees which will pass on funds for apprentice Irain»K: "It is understood that your Subcommittee will consider shortly tlie making of .111 appropriation for the Apsireiilicr Training Service of the Department of Labor, "The •American Institute of Architects respectfully requests thai serious and favorable consideration lie niveii to this specific appropriation. As a responsible element of (he building industry, we are fo- licitous for the welfare of that industry, which plays such a vital role in the national economy. We well know the demands now being mruic on the building industry, which are certain to increase for some years (o conic, will require n far greater number of skilled- workers than are nt present available. "We consider that the Apprentice TrahiiHB Service of the T>?.- IW-tmcnt of Labor has rendered • it, rendering nil Invaluable Hice to the country in setting I lie pattern for, and assisting the augmentation or, apprentice train- iiiR in the building trades. We also believe that the program of the Department in this respect represents a real accomplishment. It is oiu- request that this Apprentice Train in K Service be continued—loi the public good—and that the work " well done be recognized." BEUER HOMIS Storage Space Easily Doubted Many Cities Plan Building Coc/e Changes Since the Winecoff fire in Al- bnln, the National Board of Fire Underwriters has nolnd a great increase in the number of requests from cities for assistance in building code problems. At present more than 500 cities have building cartes in preparation or under study. '. T'l*,' Disastrous fires during the past year have turned public attention |J the necessity for revision -of ' m a n y municipalities' building n.-Jes. These fires, which took heavy toll or lives and property, showed that it is not enough lor n city to ndopl a building code to < I'tain safety from fire. The code must be made retroactive nnd must •" properly administered. Cities Need Codes "It should be the responsibility ot Pvery city in America to enact n modern up-to-date building code and make provisions for its strict enforcement," says a bulletin from the National Board of Fire Underwriters. "To do this, the first step to be taken by n municipality is to appoint a building code committee, such a committee can expedite Its work by using the Recommended code nf tlie. National Board or Fire Underwriters a s a guide. For towns and smaller cities, n sliort- f ed form of this code has been .'pnred. "Using this Recommended Code as a basis, the committee can readily make comparisons w ith cxistins Storage capacity or closets can often be increased 100 per cent by simple remodeling., It also makes the clothing m uc h easier to reach and put away. A closet that extends back into the.-wall on either side of the door, for example, is easily made more serviceable. Merely remove some or ail of. the unnecessary Two More Homes Being Erected In Osceola Area OSCEOLA, Ark., Mar. 17—Tivo new homes are being built near "ere by Alex Noble and Mr and Mrs. John Lowe. I Mr. Noble, of ncnr Carson Luke. I is erecting „ brick veneer house | with three bedrooms and two bnlhs at a cost of approximately $15000 1 A five and a half-room frniiie rcs- . Hlcncc is being constructed on Alternate Highway 61 by Mr. and 1 Mrs. Lowe for rental purposes. Three-fourths of Smal! Town Razed by Fire CDALLAM BAY, Wash., March '18. (UP)—Buildings on one side of Main street "were dynamited yesterday to check a fire which destroyed three fourths of (his tim- coastal town. •A telephone operator reported that the 'buildings were blasted when it appeared that the entire town would-be engulfed by the flames. The operator, a Mrs Bin"- ston, said that the buildings w hi:h were net blown up were scorched by tile fire and their windows partition and substitute double- doors in the opening. If the extension is exceptionally deep, a panel of glnss block can be installed to yive dayliuht m the recess. Make the doors serve dual pin-poses by installing a mirror on one side, simple nicks tor hats, ilecktios and slices on the other. A chest of. drawers may also be installed. in the city and with 1 codes of other cities. However ex- ! periencc lias shown that modification of its arrangement or provisions is seldom necessary. This" is due to the fact thai the Recommended Code has been more than M years in th c making and has INK! the best of expert knowledge applied to its preparation." Wood Has 4,500 Uses The U. s. Department of Agriculture Forest Service reports that researchers once listed 4.50D different uses of wood and declared the list -was far from complete. Among thc most useful purposes wooc servos is that of flooring. Practically all residential flooring in this country is wood, most of it oak. 'orcken by the concussion. One man was injured' seriously, out there were no deaths reported. Cab Company Gets Permit For Station \ building permit has boon is- 'd the ncwly-tomicd AUC On I) . by CJity liiighu'er Joe- C'tnnr-y ' the cuiistniulioii of a rll b stall nt 104 North Mil. Th,. bullei: will be of ronerrlt; )>lin;k construction with mi csllmuu'd cost of S500. (Miistriiellim | U is lircn started. Other penults issued recently foilmvi )•„,,, ,._ Lpw , s foi . hc s-lMiilmi uf „ Kl ,,, lllo ,„ thc r(!1|l , S7CO " 1IVI * : l ' sllllllUl 'd cost. ')'o Villa i.uchis for u one-room trame ,«l 1 |,. ncL , h , , Ul , ,.,,„,. ()f Ml ?.','' .'" h; I'sllniuU'd cost, $1100. !'i Ndw.-ll K. LaiUilnu f m . i, f 0 u r a 111 . <Hie-linlr-rooin frnme resldi'iiec '' ;l Uiill «"ii; estimated cost. 'i'» Walter Day for n yo x 30-foot concrete iiim-h S t 01 -,. room ,„ (llC rear (.1 ^17 W esl Ash; esllmule.d IMSt, $5U«. SUITABLE FOR Fives in Ihe Unili'd Slates fliilm the Uvi-:, of move tliini 10,0i)i> ]>ev- ,«ons tliroiiKli bums. School of C!atloiiy The noted Roman gourmand niul gourmet, Aplctis. delivered lectures on the science of exciting hunger. To teach Komaiis how to produce a second hunger after, the first pnng.-i were appeased, he established a school of gluttony. WAIIMNG OKUKK I» the Chancery Courl, Cbii'U.i- =awb:i Dlstrii't. Slississlppi County, ArkLinsiis. Landys Howlelt I'lnlnUir vs. No. 97)7 Tim J. Hewlett Defendant. The defendant Tim J. Rowlelt 13 hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court mimed in tlie caption hereof mid nnsiver ll'.a complaint of the plaintiff Umdvs Howlctt. Dated (his 10 dav of March 1917 HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk By Betty Smith. D.- c On City Property —For Purchasing, Refinancing or Making Improvements 4-1-% Interest 20 Years to Pay FULL Pre-pay merit privileges MONTHLY payments include taxes and insurance ntttratiat FARM LOANS Prompt RAY WORTHINGTON Tane Ir. Prudential Program Sunday at 4 p.m. over WREC Servtag This Section for Zl Ycare 115 So. 3rd Blyihetille, Arh. Terry Abstract & Realty Co. 213 W. Walnut Telephone 2I!81 Abstracts of Title —Form Loans All radio stations are assigned call letters enabling you lo dial your favorite v progra.-n. Brand names on merchandise are the "call'] letters" you use in shopping. Brand names symbolize your right to choose what suils your individual needs and tastes. ^' PLANTERS f : HAimwAiti; CO., inc 126 w. Main Pho - Mixing toil wilh <«m« You buy instirmicr, l>ay for it, ami forget il—umil you have a ioss! TJicn yon want nclion. If you insured Ihrotigli us, w e t^c care of all dclails aiul arrange n prompt set- llenient. Tiini's Scrv Portland! Cement plus moisture c plus road Way sprls= ~ SOIL-CEMENT . a new, better light-traffic road Revolutionary is the word for this new kind of low cost road. Here's how it is done — The rood builder* simply ml* «xoct omounTt o( porllond cement and wafer (determined in advance by loncralory leili) wilh lh« Milling roadway soil. No alhcr moterlals •r« uved. Grading and rolling com- plile lh« |o!i. more ttian 90 % toil. Hundreds of Miles of Proof There's no guesswork about Soil-Cement roads. Hundreds of miles now in service throughout the country have JirornU their durability and economy. Soil-Cement it not intended for useou heary duly roads. For such roads portland cement concrete i5thcmostecGr.omicaipavern.cn!. Soil-Cement docs offer new economy and uniformity for light-traflic roads. Urge your officials to use Soil-Cement for future light-traffic paving. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCJAT1ON 916 Falls Bldg-., Memphis 3, Term. A national oraanliolton lo Improve and extend the uie> of toncrela i i i 6r<xigk iclenliflc rtiearch ond engineering field work War . . . priori lies . . . in fluted prices. They nil liopl you from having tlie home in wliich you wuiu to raise your family. Hut all these slop-sij;ii«ls arc fast disappearing from thc scene . . . and now you can get what you want—including i_hc financing you need. Come to see us about home loans today! Build Now— We'll Help You! DAVID REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO. 112 N.2nd Phone 3633 for Your Home Through Planning If you're about lo remodel and refurnish your homo, or build a new one, it will pay you to see 'Tele" the Plumber for nil piumbiii<; fixtures and for Installation. Ily dealing with "ivic" you're assured of the best Fixtures av.-liable anywhere plus proper workmanship on inslnlkuion! See Our Display of QUALITY FIXTURES! § § PETE" 109 N. First The Plumber Phone 2731 Immediate Delivery Baker Implement Co. ANY P U R P O 5f CLEAR, UNOBSTRUCTED 'INTERIORS sy to erect, built of »t«l rcMiriliotit, Stran-Steel M 0i"»isi!ls" miiku nltructive, puriiiiiiicht buildiii^s, useful for utmost tiny purpose* J.im in cost, easy to main- Inrn. Tlircu basic Mylos to clioinio from — "Quonscl 40" ... "Quomct <M" . , , "Quonset 20." Get (lie fuels today. KuimeU, i\Io. BARNS • WORKSHOPS • OAIAOII OFFICES • WARIIIOUSIJ • CAMM (MlROfNCY HOUSINO Wallpaper . . for happy I win f i Till' hl'Kl (line fu pain-r y,,,,,. lioil.so is mm! Ymir-liimsn mill y ..... • family nml rcllcl (n.ni olil .M'idfiinpcr. Our ciimiilrlo lino nt (lie )..[- rsl sin-iiiK jmtU-riitt" lirljiKs nuw lirntily In ynnr luiu.ti! anil nwlu- l( mim . livable, ('mm- in Idilii) aful i;«t n-nciv riilor liimlt fi-oe whi-n yim (iitli-r your mw 105 East Main Make old screens Quality Pittsburgh painl not only brlirhton.i up old screens and enhances llin appearance of your house, it streiiKlluMis tlv.'in too! Quality paints protoct ami beautify. Complete color |iii ( . (1 f Pittsburgh paints. Fill your paint needs lu-re today! like new! STTSBURGH Black Screen Paint Pf. 48c Hardware • Electrical Supplies 213 MA5N STREET ?„„„. 2015 BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS Seec/s • Harness • Farm Supplies —wrsti %EAGLE STAMPS YOU* (XTHA .1

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