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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              TBB WDfOHA AUOCTT Buying Home At Todays Inflated Cost By fUrttag i For JanM Xditon to the MO ond of two on the how fctff houses bunt is only half an answer to the housing The other is vMaking it possible for people to them at todays Inflated i The new houstac act icates at One of srreral ap Is a bargain basement financing for the iMtt expensive kind of Its a so ThelStd Housing run in your home borrowtaj up to M ptr cent of the of the prop But only II the mortgage is sot over That wont buy much of a home in most parts of the FHA officials admit Real estate perhaps a little have given this clause its bargain basement Congress WM certain whether such terms might not add to real estate Infla So the act FHA to grant the cases bargain rates in these where that type of housing Is where houses oan be built lor that And where such credit will not snb stantlally increase the costs of housing for moderateIncome fami No Rules At this early FHA hasnt drawn up any rules to go when it you may find your com munity passed up In such a look to the oldstyle Title n It has been liberal Formerly Title U was good for 90 per cent FHA insurance on the first of cost Now its In others words down will buy a And you now have 25 years to pay off the mort gage Instead of so the monthly payments will be The average house will be more FHA will Insure bigger Mountain Fugitive Kills Self Maw immflre amid the tarning tfanfcwi a erndetr kooe brought yesterday a MyearoU Mountain fnrl and his Hie Beywood a Mman pom at bay wHk rifle fire for tea hours hit aMer wt flre to his on Bnflalo Hrw abort 21 miles south of and then his own Officers had seoght to Brawn en an insanity Time Arkanaas state poBoe nmi wuu wooHflfd two critic the siege which began Thursday Letters to the Editor up an old FHA used to In sure loans for repairs and modem tip to The limit has baen raised to This Is under Title It can be used for newhouse u wen for But the low dollarlimit bars its use except in warmclimate rural commu nities and small towns where its common practice to have closets without walls without and so bMm ttliMH to wWta tlMn vrltert trin to kvt wtD V lira to whrthMk Parka Tt the Editor Wtnona would be wise to follow the example of many other commu nities which have set tip residence Prefabs Qualify Prefabs and the new factory steel houses qualify for gov ernment as lar as the Washington FHA office is con Spokesmen say steel home those built by Lustron Cor with the help of govern ment be ap and judged like any other to todrjst The area would be inclosed with a boundary fence and no can allow ed Small houses without itree and four would be built that could be moved away eventQ These would be rented or sold and the ground plays the Voice of heard over KWNO and KWNO FM at each The program Superstition de bunks and explains oommon Weekly Market Basket mjdst ol the growing storm targejxxmmunlty bathhouses and of protest over high meat prices comes this report from the FHA has suggested some IQT m one improvements to FHA field offices have much Independent and the agency doesnt want any dis Therefore FHA is con derlng sending an official notice to all field it learns that the desired changes are stating that the Lustron product Is The new law preserves a friendly government attitude toward hong ing People who enter a cooperative building venture can qualify for up to 90 per cent mortgage and the loans may run for 40 years at four per If the venture Is an allveterans but the coverage drops FHA can insure up to 85 It reaches 80 per cent when the cost hits And 80 per cent applies up to the limit of FHAs For many people the answer to the housing shortage may be toilets would be The parkkeepers house would have a complete laundry which would be available for rent Water for family use in the houses would have to be and that would keep the volume down that would have to be disposed of in in dividual ground sinks or in the Twenty to 30 a total pop ulation up to could be provided New Mystery Melody Awaits An Identifier Although a fret trip to Hollywood as giieets of Dick Powell and Uza twtb stars of and weeks work with pay as an actor n a forthcoming George Raft pic was dangled before contestants on last Sunday nights ABC broad cast of Stop the none of the U persons called by Emcee Bert Farkes was able to identify the was newest Mystery The which sounds like Tm a Little Tea hut isnt thus enters its third week of competi whfle Parks prepares to start another full hour of telephoning around the nation Sunday at 6 to P over KWNO and KWNO Another Episode of President Sunday Any location near a bus line would be and much bet ter no place at A per Somewhere in this assortment of lousing FHA there is a workable plan for just about everybody qualified to tackle home ownership on todays ENDS IN THE SCN In Shows 1 Feature Time 7 TOMORROW Also Showing Monday Petty pitches Rom Manhattan tolahiti Doing things she shouldnt do Looking ibra PATRICKNOWLESVIRGINIA FIELD WALTER ABELPEGGY WOOD Plus Latest News Color Cartoon Extra March of for Greece Sunday Shows 13579 40c Till 2 Knds Tonite Dick Powell In TO THE ENDS OF THE EAETH Shows Prices For This Attraction 12e Next Week At the Theaters STATE Betty Hutton and VacDonald Carey Ic Drnain Qlrl with of color cartoon and John Ullli and Uartha Bcott la 80 Well erad witit Fete Smith gpeclalty and Barbara Stanwyck and Van Benin In vttb color cartoon and TOMORROW Showing WINONA Robert Taylor and Audrey Totter ta The High Wall with flicker Cushbiet and Sat Abbott and Costello n The Noose Hangs High with Thll U color cartoon and AVON Spencer Tracy and Turner In Cacs Tlmberlane with eolor Tbursday rone Power and Jean Peters Ic Cap tain from CaatUe with color Saturday Johnny Mftclc Brown la land ol the with two reel sport reel and color WEST END Monday Barbara Btan wyck and Humphrey Bogart la Two CarrolU with sport Thursday Rudolph Bcott and Ann Jeffreys to Street with two rwl starrett to PlghtlQs with musical and filth episode ot Jungle OlrL Department of Agriculture meat supplies in cold storage on August 1 were 140 million pounds greater than a year The Departments monthly cold storage report points out that al though bee supplies are 24 million pounds smallerthan last the total meat supply is larger because of a huge increase in pork of ISO million pounds over last years hold Total meat supplies on August 1 were 689 million Pork holdings made up almost three fourths of this A presidents dilemma when he s caught midstream iri interna tional conflict which he hopes to settle short of war is depicted in a drama that has its basis in the White House history of Presi dent Simday over the KWNO and to 2 Edward Arnoft portrays the chief executive who seeks to substitute economic measures for and who must ponder the danger of his own nation when he ap plies Deanna Durbin Sued For by Studio Los fijin ttn Bo wants to take an nick out of alnjini screen star Dnrbins bankroll Universal studio sued her for that snm tHeginr Mlit Durbin was indebted to it for that ttndlo added that the dis pete arose over salary paid the actress while she was on Sleepy Watchman Hoists Flag Upside Down occupants of the building didnt know it but the distress to fcy was flying from the bulldtagB flag stafl Bookworm Turns In KWNO Show The bookworm and vtth a homicidal when Book seller Johnny Fletcher oat to buy one for a change in the hlUriotti and high tension Adventures of Johnny orer KWNO and KWNOFK ft tCL Bin is the titte opens the pages on a study m when a bibliophile sends him on a mission to buy a The errand is not ft chapter old before Goodwin is and employer Theres a laugh for every chesty OAt Craggt portrayed by IH 111 i Movie Star Sheldon Postmaster John Flelssner was In formed by telephone that the on the west tower was flying side a recognized distress The notification arrived kAinn f1 four hours after the flag had hoisted by a night watchman in a hurry to get off The watchman will get a Flelssner because a breach lOffering Sunday Debussys Quartet in G form of the whole flsh but Comedy Writers Set For Sunday Show Summertime radio programs un der discussion by Bing Crosby and Ken Carpenter and a conversation between Blng and Columnist Er Johnson will be the situations which the expert writers of ing Sunday at 10 i over KWNO and Members of the quartet are Sorkln and Joseph Stepan violins Sheppard I and George Lee i Walters is program Wainwright to Head Disabled War Vets The Oathotte NMT Xwt Wtifen eoQM united NriOM to look into repqfU of mlctrMtnwnt of and desecriUoni of Oath otic holy plaoM in Fire Razes Grain Elevator Loss Fire the Union ale Tatar here Friday with IOM ecti mated at The elerator contained of A faulty electric motor In the cupola was its new halibut has beenwit wm dream up gags when ABC enjoying a new popularity which flsh dealers have been quick to en The best potatoes are firm and In contrast to the larger supplies They have shallow eyes of red the poultry situation is not as plentiful as it has been pic tured in some A year ago poultry supplies stood at 175 million pounds but they have been reduced to 91 million pounds as oj August 1 this Theres a good reason why the Department of Agriculture is urging housewives to make heavy use of Grade B eggs this summer they are plentiful and they cost less by the Grade B eggs have been selling an retail markets this summer at from five to 14 cents a dozen less than and no decay or green Potatoes generally are of very high quality this year and are one of the better food buys the country Thats because theyre and relatively low in Tomatoes actually are a fruit not a And this delicious redripe fruit is one of the richest natural sources of healthful food In buying choose those that are fairly well formed and free from blemish They are one of the most tender products of the farm and must be vet have Handled with Tomatoes are and lor most cooking purposes are ust as The peach season is in full swing or housewives in the The Ulnois crop has just about ut the Michigan crop now is com ing to Elbertas from Michi will reach their peak about AVON Showing Tonight Only Ttt mltn with ml action Fttli tkat pouch we knew JoBil SEE KOBLEK In The Pecos Kid iLBO BHOWTNQ Cmidr Fepnlmr Sclenet Sport Btel ta BoIlTwood Color Cartovn Sriu Tutn Tax STARTS TOMORROWI THE COOWST SPOT Dt TOWK LAST TIME TONIGHT Warriak Walter Pin Serial Jraxfe Girl Chapter 4 SnUWYCK imJOTTER MARSHALL Dorothy PATRICK WARNER ANDERSON Phn nteker rauhhaek Latest News Shows IJS7l Ftiees ITIJC This Attraetton Night Me Chfldren 13c MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT 1130 7k TWO WEHJND COOL Peaches on the Chicago market his week are rated as a good fruit indicating that the time for reserving is at Housewives will be wise to buy their peaches ut of the current crop frozen sup lies are much lower than last The growing popularity of halibut has brought more of this ommodity into midwest flsh rnar ets this week than ever Packaged in these cross section cuts of halibut are trimmed of waste and offer one of the best fish buys on the shopping for halibut housewives find that they can easily estimate the portions they need to feed the Halibut used to be sold only in the round the a good food Fruit spreads are being produced at the astounding rate of 900 mil lion pounds a according to the Department of Because supplies of marmal ades and fruit butters are so prices continue to be in the mod erate The department urges housewives to make heavy use of fruit spreads to reduce the cost of the market basket win like the family WEDDING DANCE Kammerer Bergler MATHIS BARN miles of Winona TONIGHT Music by SWISS BOYS A Nice Place to Eat Fair visitors invited to dine in our court eons Winona visitors are es pecially invited on Winona Aujnst No Matter What Happens Edward Arnold HASNT ANYTHING TO WORRY ABOUT HEli STILL BE President ABCs PredfteBfis ahrajr thw Otfn kMpfaix emto and at the atocm an hoisted em tnmbted political FUtform kvOctaan old stuff to this sMstecd Hrt a winner rrery EDWARD ARNOLD PRESIDENT EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT rwio ZMtf DM KWIOFM 91 Mecaeyeiw presents The Comedy Writers at 9 over KWNO and KWNO FM on Screen Star George Montgomery is the man who recommended the situations to Producer Sy Along with Writers Sid i Roger Price and Leonard the program will have Gag Writer Jack one ol Milj ton Berles DANCE ACORN BALLROOM Centerville TONIGHT Elmo Johnson and his Swmgmasters BARN DANCE Nonnan Tentis farm miles west of 24 Music by LOUIS SCHUTH and His Orchestra DANCING AT THE Silver Palace Comer East Wabashu and Chatfleld Streets TONIGHT Its to get bock to steady listening KWNO ROSS Defective TONIGHT AT The Amazing Malone TONIGHT AT DANCE American Society HallWinona TONIGHT MOONLIGHT Concertina Orchestra OtD TIKE NEW TIME mere Danotnr Costs ITS THE FIACE TO GO DANCE Winona Union Club TONIGHT Music by Roy Benedict and His Orchestra TONIGHT SONGS IN THE NIGHT TONIGHT AT KWNO 1230 on your dial KWNOFM megacycles American Broadeattinf Company VOLTAGE HELD OVER Southern Mlnnetotefi Favorite Kite Club Hes Terrific VOLTANE rtie Perfume Msgicisn First Show worth of Perfume txnd Flowers Given Second Show A to Please the Morrey Breuinan The Big Man With the Little Band MONDAY ONLY CLIFF RYES AND HIS NINEPIECE BAND featuring Cliff himself on the Marimba Dine With Us on Sunday Service at Noon NO COVER CHARGE FOR GOOD FOOD AND GOOD FUN Make It a Date for The New Oaks   

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