The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 25, 1947
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 2.',. 1017 On City Property — For Purchasing, Refinancing or Making Improvements Interest 20 Years to Pay FUH-L Pre-payment privileges •AAOJNTHLY payments include : ^' i • taxes aha insurance sv. Terry Abstract & Realty Co, 21,3 W. Walnut Telephone 2:JSl Abstracts of Title — Farm Loans YOUR HOME WHILE BUILDING MATERIALS ARE STILL SCARCE WE ARE IN A POSITION TO MAKE MANY ESSENTIAL HOME REPAIRS AND ALTERATIONS. Telephone for an appointment at your home and we will be glnd to make a sensible estimate on the things that need to be done. E. C. LUMBER COMPANY Housing Official Given New Role Crcodon to Handle Rent Control Until New Agency Set-Up WASHINGTON, Match 2fj. (UP) —'Houslim Kxpeditcr Frank Cro'i- rtou agreed today to take over the task nr nd-minlstn'mg federal; rent controls il Congress fissions him the Jc'r Cm j don agreed lo m'ccp 1 , the responsibility Ht jx closed meeting ol a Seimto banking sub-ommitter 1 now workiVitf on rent control le^is ation. Chairman C. Dou^hiss flu 2k, U Del., toltt (\ reporter: '•I think he'll make a very good ulintnislrator." - Illicit stilcl hl.s .sifbcouvmlHce will meet again tomorrow for "finul action" on Its bill. The measure, would eontinue federal rent control until next Feb. 23. with no general rent increases. Tiif subcommittee's proposal to jnit federal rent control Ui Crce- don'.s lutnds is subject to cone; £ionnl approval. Rent controls have been vested in l^c OPA. President Truman has .signed a bill which ends the lite of that ngency on June 30, The directed that rent ami! •nigiir controls be continued "on an effective basis" unlil a congre.s- uii policy Is developed, lie ox- ssrd confidence that Congress would extend these controls. The idea of pulling rent controls under Creedon was disclosed by Subcommittee Chairman C. Doug- liisji Buck who said the Commerce Department, doesn't want the Job. Year's Extension Favored The subcommittee 1ms approved a bit! to continue rent controls until next Feb. 29 without any yen- em! Increases. Hut Republican senators .still have not agreed on the final form of rent control IcgisU- Uon. Nor have they agreed on the issue of continuing sugar ruiton- Thcre also were these other developments on rent conU'ol: 1. Philip D. Finning, director of the office of temporary controls, pledged every effort to keep the nation's rent control machinery insf until Congress finishes work on the HOT: model. He snitl he believed his office, which also includes OPA, ean curry on miti Miiy 15 or even until June. 1. 1. The Housing Banking Com- miUee considered ti bill to extend i rent controls until Mni'ch 31, 11MU,| heard appeals for a 15 iier cent general rent increase. They came from Arthur W. Binns, presidenL of tlic National Home and Property Foundation on Rent Control. ami Herbert U. Nelson, executive vice president of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, llinns called for nn immediate.* end of controls unless such nn Increase Roomy Quarters in Small Homes r£D PM i IOGM22 BtO f>M 1-1 9-12 1 JiilZL [CAT ii m !i i T— ~ ^"N CL ^J e>co Rh 1OT-0 f. • ^HMM Cl. lules for Fire Safety Given housewives NEW YORK IUPI — "A clean- louse .seldom burns" says the Na- lonal Fire Protection Association n urging hooscwives to think Of llieir spring denning cliores n s ™ food time to Bel rid Of Die many file hamirrts that lurk in iilmost 17 'cumwririniz surma rlcttn-vii)' ^eanliiB: fluids"in tlic house. He i plants anil chimneys. Clean tin; am Hx m> foV s.fc ml ire pr" i sure you use a .safe non-infium- chimney flues. or replace toll." c'o'nmon theV«£Ls whJV maUc cleaning fluid in preparing ' broken parts of the healing system. vcnlion, tlic NFI'A calls attention winter clothes tor ill" largely responsible (or the Over 2G.OOO lire.- ;ii:K;ic toll of 7.5CK) lives in home I started cacii j".>: ! fn'-:s eveiy year. ' Mast or these fatal and destructive tires could be prevented liy ''•• these simple rules of ijooil housekeeping: , !. Don't permit accumulations of ol'.i newspapers. magazines, ray. 1 '. Uearded clothing and broken eces of furniture in clcset.s, ;it'ic, ;^,emenl or garage, Glenn them it before they become tinder for stray .spark, or cause a fire by poruancous combustion. Never permit Inilanimnblc summer storage. in homes . are by inflammable fluids. 3. Repair or replace t'layorl or \vrrn cords on all electrical appliances and clean dirt and (lust away from fuse boxes. 4. Sharks fallins; on Meatlierbeat- e:i inflammable roofs stand third ninonc the major causes of home fires. During spring fix-up, replace , weakened and lenky roofs, wich •(>) tiro resistant malerial, such as as- pbalt shingles. 5. 90.COO iires originate eaeii year in dirty nnd defective henliny GROUND FLOOR PIAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN Statcllnt^K is added to this l\vo-i width. The combined living-room wtnry home by clever variation of| iu:( j (UrUng-rooin nrca gives cxpnn- si\vness to the downstairs quarters. Tii«! .second-floor plan provides for thvec bedrooms and bath, with one the roi>f deMgn, and the rere.s.sed doorway adds u nol of seclusion. Although the residence Is not Inrge thr? atiached gJ'-i'iiKe Blvi's lo ihis lio;nc the appearance of goodly the bedrooms over the garage. Architects Fight Unionization Move Within Their Personnel Edmund R. Purvoi, director of; write, or the nuir.'ber of items hi \c. iiiul ProlL'ssioiial Relations | sliould supervise iti the field. Sorv- of The i tools, In.stitute of sul:crmnnittce the Semite C inimittur on labor nnd Public Wclhirc :b:it uinploycL'S of invhitcL'tuMil ofCiCL\s s!ioi!ld not be forced against their desire lo join n Inbor or|.;iin lotion us n con- (Hlian ot cinployniL'nt. Testifying: \vith rrsprct to proposed luuEnudnir'Mts to Hie National Labor Relations Act, Mr. Purves also nrged that s\ny collective b.\r- rpndcred by the employee thiit or the employer, essentially Intellectual and varied in actor. Creative nbllity, originality, and inihvid'ual talents can not Uc .measured on a ctuantitative basis Regimentation ol those qualities impossible. 'It is also found that the daily work «nci duties of the employer and employee overlap- an employer, fur instance, may often work beside IF ITS ELECTRICAL Call 319-W. Ash St. Phone 551 grnntcci. Nelson urged a prompt 15 nor cctU. bnast, with tcrminnlion or all rent controls by A^?ril 30, 1948. (laiiilng Broups formert in profes-' Ins own men doing Din same work sloinil oflicos slinukl nol bo forcocl j :i s t!ii'y <l«. lie often requires the lo ufftlinte with non-prolcssioiml I employee to take over some ol Ir.'boi- 9r6imlE>lloiis"anrt that the | bis duties, sn'li as. conferences rij;ht of (Miiployees in .sueh offico.s i with clients and' supervision of con- lo desigimte their own n-prcsenta-1 stniction. A definite assignment o! tivos'shoulri' ue strictly ninlntained.' duties is not practical. Cnily the ' office can determine . .Sovcnleea centuries nfter Mount Vesuvius erupted violently in 7^ A. D., excavators dug into the ruins of Pompeii and found fnml- !le,j .sitting around act of eating. tables in the CAME EARLY TO THIS HOUSE "U is our opinion that the stune preccpt-s shonlcl apply to architects who are employed by corporations or by governmental bodies.'' Mr. Purves s'xidr "We feel tbnL only those \vho nre engaged in a career such as architecture are qualified Lo determine policies affecting the welfare of tlmt career. We cmi not conceive how anyone outside the architectural ranks could have the itself how can best tender its particular s eivicc to the client." Car Built for Prince Firs', sleepiiu: car was built in Canada. U was 5]le;-ia]ly con- ilnifteci at Bra:itt<ird. Out., lor the Prince of Walc s Hater Edward VII) on liis visit to Canada in I860, and was desianed'by Thomas ________ ...... ...... , kno\vlec![!c and experience neccs- j Burnley, a shop foreman. professional collective bargaining unil. '• "The \vork of the architect and office employee can not be governed on a quantitative basis. The standards that apply to the production of materials can not 'oe adcpled for use m the professional office. No standard conlrt be established as to tlie mim'jer of <lra.\v- ings a draftsman shonlrt produce each day or of the number of specifications he should • CULVERT PIPE of Copper Steel We carry it In slock in IT", E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. filyllicvillr. Ark. BECAUSE IT'S BEING PAINTED WITH PITTSBURGH PAINTS Nol only docs tliis fine paint beautify—il helps to save tlic surface and when yon save llic surface yon save all! ' Sec ns almnl PAINTING YOUR HOUSE! Our special dcco- ruting advice is free and we can recommend reliable painting ruulractore. HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. 213 W. Main St. Phone 2015 DEAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Center" 101 S. 1st. Phone <1 Expert Workmen/ ELECTRIC Phone 2993 ' &W&M& BIGGER THAN EVER WARDS Add permanent comfort and good looks ' to youi home wilJi SLATS-O-WOOD awnings. Tailored to fit iKc design of youi house; they are Iastin3 as the ood of which they're made. No , no oanging, no "ups and downs" — for they arc buill into your home to slay. V/ilhoul obligation, our designer will give you an estimate for tHcie custom built awnirt^s. Phone f free service. g Sale of Housewares! Hurry! Dozens and dozens of big reductions on house- wares (in addition to those shown on this page}. Come early lo shop for the things you want... you'll save! 4 lVi-QT. DOUBLE BOILER ^ Wliilc porrplain enamel- vnrc, iriplo-c-oalnl, wilh br; S lil rc trim. Cover fits liotli sections siuisl AUTOMATIC IRON No guessing . . . just set dial indicator at fabric to he ironed. Cliroinn-finishcd; cool handle. AC only. 27 c KITCHEN TOOLS Helping aids in prcpar^ ing foods ; :: masher, ladle; ppoon and turner. Chronic-plaice]; wood handles. METAl DUST PAN No stooping when you vise this long-hnndleii (lust pan! Gay red-finish metal; smooth wood handle.

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