The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1950 · Page 6
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SEPTEMBER 19, 1950 BLITHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE K Automobile Has Added To Cost of U. S. Homes The automobile has added ma- ! terlallv. to the cost of the American home.. / I! 4|l«i doubt this ask a neighbor who recently has had to have a garage erected or enlarged to house Ms modern model motor car. Automobiles have played'a distinct role in architecture. Perhaps their biggest Influence was In the creation of the garage that now is P»rt of the typical home. Cart Coitly In 1910 Back in 1910, when an automobile cost almost as much as an •• nver- »ge house, the family car was hous- ed in a converted barn or sh?d. Today its electrically lighted garage, heated throughout the winter, fitted with delicately balanced overhead doors, sometimes automatically operated from a key post in the driveway, or from a mere radio signal from the car, has become an integral part of the modern home. However, there are some part-s of the country where garages as such are the exception rather than the rule. .Where temperatures are usually mild and the climate dry. a "car port," or simply a space with Most important Paint Advancement in 25 years i New Fume-Proof, Sun-Proof House Paint produces a film of unusual whiteness. It^will not discolor or darken from coal smoke or industrial gastt. Jt'l telf-deaning, too—removes surface dirt. Yean of extensive exposure tests under many types o( climate conditions, from strong sunlight and salt air to heavy industrial ft™* tff**t bt>e proved the superiority of this new formula over ordinary house painr, c Come in «nd ask us about new Fume-Proof, «*i Sun-Proof House Paint. r3 2J3 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 2OI5 Real Estate Transfers Virgil Haywood and Vida Ray Hahclaw to HarreU cavajsher, beginning at southeast corner of Lot 9 or Replat of J. P. Pride and Gateway Subdivision and then** west 164 fe«t to point which is northwest corner of plot of land «0 by 510 feet, |2,000. J. Nio kand Anna T. Thomas to William H. and Dorothy L, Gentry, Lot 6 in Block 5 of Davis Third Addition, $6,000. St. Francis Levee District to Lee Grice, Lot 3 in Block 4 of First Addition In town of Dell, »3.13. Lee Mitchell to O. S. and Kula Rolllson, Lot U of Replat of O. S. Bolllsou Subdivision, a square of land 60 by 140 feet carved out of SEW of NEK of section 9-15N-11E, $1 and other considerations. ' O. s. and Eiila Rolllson to Lee Mitchell, Lot 12 of Replat of O S. Rollison Subdivision,. a square of land 60 by 140 feet carved out of SE>4 of NEM of Section 9-15N-11E, $1 and other consideration. Hanley and Ruth Johnson to Charley and Idell Robinson, Lot 97 in Larry's Fourth Addition, $930. Mary E. Boyd to Laura Lewis, Lots 1, 2 and 3 in Block 1 of Bly- thevtlie Lumber Company Second Addition, |25 and other consideration. ' A. E. and Cleo Elliott'to Deloris Granda, Lot 21 in Block 2 of J. P. O'Brien Subdivision of north ha)f of Lot 12 in Section 12-I5N-11E, $800. Melton and Bessie Long to Marie Shaver, parts of Loti 15 and 16 in Parkview Addition to town of Manila, commence at southwest corner, a plot of land 80 by 85 feet northeast. of said corner, )1 and other consideration. Marie Shaver to Bessie Long, parts of lots 15 and 18 in Parkview Addition to town of Manila, commence at southwest corner, a plot of land 80 by 85 feet northeast of said corner, $1 and other considerations. L. H. and Vera W. Welch to Holly Development Corporation, easl half of Lot 3 in Block "B" of Chicago Mill and Lumber Company. First Addition, »11,000. . Osee and Mary Sue Nunnaly to Homer Nunalty, north half of Lot 14 in Sam aBrnes Subdivision, >100. CX-ee and Mary Sue Nunnaly" to Homer Nunally, center half of Lots 3 and 4 in Block 2 of Marsh Addition, $4,000. Dave and Vera Pinkney to E. M. and Mary Virginia Terry, Lot 13 in Block I of Tollipeter and Shonyo a covered top'and no sides, Is considered sufficient for housing and family vehicle overnight. Sprciuilnr Foaibilitiei The car port seems to have possibilities for spreading. There are thousand* of apartment dwellers whose cars are never, put under cover. Their vehicles withstand the weather u well u the business man'* car which is in the open 16 hours or more every day. Many persons, particularly the younger age group, want to buy a car before they buy a home. This rs becoming increasingly the rule with houses built in outlying suctions. , . Perhaps If this were not true, the _car industry relying largely upon installment buying of Its product, would not be nearly ax large as it is today. All in all. however, the automobile, and the house are very closely related. In the transportation it provides, the automobile has made it possible for millions of persons to live in comfort away from congested sections. HAIFA, Israel -(ir>— A Haifa 'Irm U making over discarded American refrigerators "just like new. 1 —Courier Nrxi Photo EAST SIDE HOMK—This flve-room wooden frame house pictured above Is the lio.ne of My. niicl Mrs L. T. Campbell. 960 East Main. The house includes two• bedrooms, ft dining room, kitchen, bath and a 12 by 23 foot living room: A small breeze-way Joins the; house and garage. Floors; with the exception of the bathroom and kitchen, which arc asphalt tile, tire made of oak strips..Walls are of plastered sheet rock which has been painted. Heat is provided by means of gas floor furnaces, Insulation in Home Provides Comfort in Winter, Summer By BOB SCHARFF Written for NEA Service Insulating your attic will do a lot to give your home an even temperature both summer and winter. Th'e attic Is the most vulnerable spot in your house and insulation, there gives the.highest comfort return for every dollar spent. Insulation generally conies In three forms: in blankets or continuous rolls contained in waterproof paper; "batts" 10 in. wide covered, and in bags as .a loose- fill. For ceiling or roof Insulation, four Inches of insulation Is considered the standard thickness. Installation is simple and requires no skill. If there Is no floor Addition, $200. Sclma L. Allenbei j> tn Vchna B. Sample, Lot. 3 of Block "A" of James Addition, $1 and other consideration. E. S. and Helen Jaco to George and Dink Thomas, plot 50 x 150 feet In SE'/i of Section : 17-15N-11B, J697 and other consideration. T. E. and Bessie Spurlock to trustees of Church of God, Lots 7 and 8 In Block 4 of Chicago Mill and Lumber Company • Third Addition, $3,000. Cloris Eugene and Beatrice Evelyn Mitldleton to W. T. and Pai- rlcla Reid, .Lot 15 in Block 5 of Dabld Acres Subdivision, $10 and other consideration. C. F. Pinkley to Idell and Jamie Dee Wright, one acre carved out of east half of SW',4 of SW'/i n section 36-I6N-10E. $1 and other consideration.. in the attic, the blankets or balls are laid downt between the ceiling joists and rest without nailing. The moisture proof paper stele must go face down against the room ceiling to prevent condensation of moisture. When using loose-fill insulation, lay moisture proof building paper between the joists In the floor and then pour insulation lo a depth of four inches between the Joists. Be sure that, every corner an dcrcvice is filled. For roof installation, the balls or blankets arc tacked on stapled between the rafters by means of strips of paper which are provid- along each edge for that purpose. The installation shoulcl be located toward the bottom' edge of the rafters to insure an air space between it and the underside of the_roof. It's important that the insulation i f i t snugly- between joists or rafters and that no open spaces or holes occur between balls • anywhere In the area cov- Six Permits Tota/$70,350 During Week Six permits for building nnd, repair work representing costs total- Ing 510,350 were Issued last week at the office of Joe Carney, city engineer. Largest Item was one Issued to the Church of God to build a one- room concrete block building on the corner of 20th and Cherry at a cost of $5,000. Other permits were issued to the following: P. A. Webster, build one-room concrete block building on West Rose to be used as a barber shop 51,000. j O. D. Flint, ndd room to frame residence at 345 South Division, $350. Alma James. adr| bed-room to residence at 712 South Lilly, 1500. Dewey E.. Jones, build three-room frame residence at 412 East Cherry $1.500. Mrs. J. o. Sudbury, repair and rebuild porch and roof at residence at 215 North Tenth, 12,000 Loan chicken has more protein In it than pork or beef. ered. • f Should you want lo build ar extra room in your attic and In sulatc at the same lime, you car do both Jobs with rigid Insulating boards. ; The space above an insulalec ceiliriK should be ventilated U the outside nlr in order to allou the escape of any waier vapoi which may be present. A BETTER AWNING... AT A MASS MARKET PRICE! NEW LOW COST • STREAMLINED BEAUTY • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION LEAK PROOF • EASY TO INSTALL • COOL IN SUMMER I • PROTECTION IN WINTER PrtigiH t) a-orl T>cinrrrrif by KOV HACKC1T ' NEW ALUMINUM WIWASSE AWNING t***' -""v "•'"' *"""" ""*" '°™ k< ""' ** b "' 1 "" 1 • BrWAMC AWNI!»CS .W, ^_ ; l _ t ,, ,, „__ ^. , | _ J _ LATTO Aujmrruii !Tw7i^ ^" DOOR 'cTwn ES"'&l CTl"'!*^.'^ ZH- ^Lt "' n - ar *~ *— "r- «^ »Tf •oowrT»«e «•• *»••• fntm HMBM «*..*••&, t^^rj nil^t. .p.<VTin( ke..l,. rr.,1,1. ^^ ^, w +^, ft«. fc ft y» ,O> C— hi -t h. . ..4 J«,r-.,v l^-l.f., • *,w ^» *« W—T, «_f«, _J ^.u.j^'-.jf | i_ , nM\f ~ mf. . . . HIW.USK AITMriCS . . . • - p-J— j— ^^ a^WWJ "Hy-wak-see^ with the arrowhead label* RED •SPOT PAINTS—GLASS—WALLPAPER AUSTIN & WICKER BlythtviiU Phone 6207 —112 S. Firtt— Niagara falls an now SEVEN MILES from where they started/ Company Is overhauling 1,300 r»- /rlgeralors which were obUlned lit the United States', in .ddlllon t» rebuildlni! (lie freezing unlt», the company intends to miriufxtur* The Kcsienbainn MamKaclurlng refrlgeratorj; here. U. S. V/ater Supply Utilities deliver over 12,000,000,000 gallons of water CVCRY DAY.' E .^7.n/lrm WATER is Your Clieapest Commodity REELY! ille Water Co. Blytheville, Ark. REPAIRS OR A Repair winter'* damage to your roof and protect the interior of your valuable home). k. "»• ' . , . W* have a complete line of shingles for every type of house— FREE ESTIMATES • MONTHLY PAYMENTS EXPERT WORKMANSHIP Just Phone 531 for The Man From The Lumber Yard E.CROBINSON LUMBER GO. • "Friendly Building Service" IHSJDE AND OUT..; ON WOODWORK ANL> WALL... IT'S FUN AND 70 MINT 1 IT No longw n*«4 painting be a long, drawn-out, moiiy end i mo . type fin1«he« .nd now methodt of application havo changerf all that . . . Now-a-dayt painNng U tun . . . ond fair. The Pol ler-Koot^ hat revolution. Izod Interior decorating. You paint and ui* a room rho lame day. WaHe and woodwork hold tholr now color and booury aftor repeated wathlngt. Onocoaf uiualiydoa» rho work o» two old itylo application!. Doop coloro •ra no problem. Proof? ... Have you tried Shofwm-Williom. palnti lately I . Inside . •. On Walls, Ceilings and Woodwork SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SEMI-LUSTRE The wothoble, totfn 'wall finish I Dtrt, tmudges, fing.r prints, wash righl off! Semi-Lustre is the smart practical finish for kitchens and bathroom wold and woodwork wh«r. »ciy wo«habU*ty and long lift or* important. Crease ond stain r.tiitant.,, mode lo toke punishment. $C49 5 49 •„ OUTSIDI... ON WALLS! SHfftWfN-YVJUMMS ru/p HOUSE J WW f PAINT ea*)«*tl (••In*, 525 £0? •J BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. South Highway 61 J. WILSOtf HENRY Phone 2434 W. H.PEASB

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