The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1955 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COCTUCT WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1958 Electric Power Output Heading for Bright Year By SAM DAWSOX NEW YORK (AP) — Electric power output is heading for its brightest Christmas. Utility profits glow warmly too — even though prevented by governmental rate regulations from making the spectacular gains showing up today in some other industries. STARR GAZING By BKTTYE NEU.K SI'AKB Courier New« Staff Corrrspondenl Little Rock. Ark., was incorpornt- celfbration occurred on Nov. 7, 1918? ed on Nov. 2, 1£35. Unle.ss you're a! Four rhys later the report was con- New standards of living of the American public are pulling sales of electricity 18 per cent above the year ago figures and flashing the warning light to the utilities to get set for another spurt of expansion of power production capacity. Eight now they are spending more for distribution lines than for new generator installations. They are trying to keep up with the building boom in homes, offices. factories and suburban shopping centers. Steadily Increasing: America's steadily rising standard of living has helped the utilities keep profits on a fairly steady uphill climb in postwar years. This year the consumer's demand for electricity has gone along at a steadily increasing pace. But industry is booming, too, and using more power. One of the expanding industries is alti-j minum. which uses a great deal! HAGERSTOVVN. Md. '.•?>, — Rep of power. Another big user is the ; James P. S. Devereux (R-Mdi told atomic installation. The Atomic j the Washington County Young Re- Energy Commission this year tsi publican Club last night the feeling calling for 47 billion kilowatt hours in the capital is "The Republican Missing Lad Feared Kidnaped studenu—and then I have my doubts —but did.you know, the state is divided into 75 count IPS' Arkansas Territory was founded ; in 1819 nnd on June, 15, U3G it was ! admitted to the union. Of course, you knew all ol'-this but thore might be some newcomer to our state who doesn't. George Washing ion's last extensive journey from Ml. Vernon was finr.Ki and all hell broke loose. I :!:o:mlu, when I heard the guns firiix ffl to nothing, that Osceola had burned to the ground. A w.oman, Helen Rowland, had] this to say and I don't appreciate it; EAST MEADOW. N. Y. (;P>—Little Stephen Damman, still missinf after a painstaking search of this New York suburban community, is now believed by police to have been kidnaped. The house - by - house, ditch-by- ditch search for 20 square miles was called off last night. Several thousand volunteers, in- fellow airmen at nearby Mitchel Air fellow airmen at nearby iMtchel Air Force Base, had joined in the search for the child, who is just 2 months short of 3 years old. Solon Cites GOP's Strength of electricity. Next year it may use 56 billion. More Profit Of the 27 utility companies so far reporting their next profit after taxes for the first nine months of this year, six out of seven are making more money than in the same period last year. Combined their profits come to $209,685,407. a gain of 10.1 per cent over the $190.396.415 the same companies made in the first three quarters Of 1954. The four among the 27 that had lower net income this year were of/ only slightly. Murder Inc.? HOUSTON, Tex. OPt—Heading on a classified ad in the Houston Post: Custom Killing. Eggplant first was grown during necessary. apit£ Parly is strong enough and virile enough not to have to count on any one individual." Devereux said if President Elsen- hower "is able to run, that would be fine, but it would be better to have a well president resting on his farm at Gettysburg than to have a sick man who might not be able to carry on through the campaign." Special BEER Prices FALSTAFF and GRIESEDIECK BROS. $425 24 btls. Phillip Applebaum Liquor Store 110 8. Fifth Ph. 3-9641, SEARS . ROCIiKKANDCa , NOW / FULLY AUTOMATIC WASHER COMPARE AT $259^95 The father, Jerry Damman. 26, <* Continental Air Command sergeant, broadcast an appeal to the supposed kidnapper, saying: "My wile and I are beside ourselves with worry and anxiety. We'll i promise to forgive you if you'll only bring him back to us." The boy riisapepared Monday from in front of a supermarket where his mother, Marilyn, had left him and j a carriage holding his little sister, Pamela, 7 months. The boy, the baby and the carriage were gone when she returned from her shopping. The baby girl was soon found in her carriage behind the store. How she got there remained a mystery. It was apparent that the boy could not have pushed the car- j riage there himself since he would j have had to buck traffic and go over i rough ground. | one hit. but know the men readers of this oi!;:i;in will amen it. ••TrKjiig lies is a fault in a boy, .„- . ,-,r,-> i t I A i an - i: ' M1 a lover, an accomplish- on Nov. o 1783 when he began a I.. ,,, ., bach( , lor _ and ,„„£ he trip to Philadelphia. j pu] , .,, ,, MJ ^^ na(ure jn g WQ _ The first in collegiate football! man. game took place on Nov. 6, 18C9. It Rutgers vs. Princeton, each school playing a team of 25 men (no platoon system, either* and in that. G'.xi will nqfc look you over for meri:Cs, degrees or diplomas, but for Wrong Slogan historical game. Rutgers won. 8 to -\. \ scar*. Can you remember tand admit it) i - V: ' : -- v People who claim they are when the false alarm for armistice j "piK-"3 their cards on the table," j usi:;i!ly put them face down. lie who eats with most pleasure is he who least requires sauce. The fellow who gets loaded too LOS ANGELES f/P»-A pawn shopi ofc ^ ' V1 < !1 eventually get fired. whose slogan was -We Loan The! An executive is one who hires Most" has gone out of business. others to do what he is hired to do. When we try to imitate others, we are more apt to pick up their vicr-s than we are their virtues. The world is lull of wooden people MAGNETIC POLESX . The magnetic north pole is on Boothia Peninsula, northern Can-] who are always doing their best to ada; the magnetic south pole is on! whittle others down. the Antarctic plateau west of Ross Sea. I 'Guess quilting has become a lost art or else the old grannies have become modern and buy the ready made ones, but to me, that's ono article that can never come up to a real sure 'nuf handmade piece quilt. I can well remember when .the church societies made their extra money by taking in quilting, ami had fun doing ii, furthermore 1 . That's where, I imagine, politic* dinners originated. The quilting Ia.dies came early and stayed Lite taking time out at noon for a dinner of great variety followed by snuff dipping for dessert, then back to their quilting between dozes from overeatinp. You can include this in "the good old days" list. everybody's yungtin. In' cities they'd Lw> pli-kod up, no doubt ,as juvenile rit'linquenks. Aren't the trees beautiful? The maples, oaks, redbuds and pears arc ! breathtaking. Good ole mother na\ ture! I nlwnys -say. They're a gal's best friend. There's no telling how resourceful a gal can be when she can wrap herself up in a blue mink stole that's IOUK enough.to almost step on. At the style show last Tuewiftv night one of the models (wouldn't I love to say who) left her girdle fit home and had to wear a suit in the show, with little pooches here, litlp pooches there and big pooches in the middle, but the audience was none the wiser, but ole englc-eyp Who started that business of trlcK or treat? Of course it's worse inj me . small towns where everybody knows j There's nothing like a mink stole For Men of DECISION A Better Straight Kentucky Bourbon SAVE UP TO 40% on Auto Insurance It ffff » ktfU ftft STATE FARM Agint FRED T. RATLIFF 1018 Spruce Ph. 3-8039 Bl.vthcvllle, Ark. 184 Nationally Famous KENMORE come in SEE IT TODAY Let us point out to you all the wonderful features of this full-size washer. Only $5.00 down on Sears Easy Payment Plan. and FEATURE PACKED! * Washes BIG 9-pound load * Hot, Medium, Warm Selector * 6-Vane Durolite Agitator * All-porcelain Top and Lid it Fully Guaranteed and many others SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Catalog Sales Office 217 W. Main Blytheville, Ark. Oh-h-h! TH CAR WITH THE F=»O W EE R PERSON A1_ITY ...WITH NEW STARPIRE STYLING I NEW J ETA WAV HYDRA-MATIC 1 NEW ROCKET T-35O I ITS "OH" DAY . . . U.S.A.! Oldamobile for '56 is here! The sensational Super "88" . . . the car icith the pnuvr personality! The magnificent Ninety-Eight ... the fine line of distinction! New with Starfire styling . . . gleaming, glowing lines that say Oldsmobile in an inspired new way! A'eiu with the Rocket T-350 Engine . . . and its 240 horsepower! A'eiu with Jet- away Hydra-Malic for the smoothest ffiing ever . . . plus scores of other brilliant new features! Slop in and see the dazzling new Oldsmobilcs for '56 today! 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