The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1955 · Page 25
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 25

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 29, 1955
Page 25
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.FRIDAY. APRIL », IftH " BLYTHEYILLI (AKK.) COURIER NEW! PAGE ELEVEN G M's Frigidaire Appliances Open New Avenues of Carefree Living . Household appliances, which pro•. mlse to open bright new avenues 'of convenience and carefree living for the American homemaker, are •-produced by Prijldalre division of General Motors. Lastest innovations are built-in /•ectional surface cooking units which fold back out of ttie way ,when not in use, plus an unusual ..•.automatic wall oven with twin : doors. Highlighting new household re- .irigerators are combination models -with separate'food freeiers at the bottom of the cabinet and unique .'"picture window" vegetable •tor- age in the door. - : There are free-standing electric ranges which will 'think' for the ••bomemaker while cooking. New mo- :,jleU feature automatic operation. In surface units as weU as the oven. Other new ideas in design and styling have been incorporated into four 1965 dishwashers, two waste disposers, two upright food freezers and four room air condition- en. Most intriguing of 196S appliances is the new built-in cooking equipment. Mason M. Roberts, General Motors vice president and head of Fri- gidaire, said yiat the unite can be installed quickly and economically in new or old homes. Both the surface unit* and oven areJinished in matching stainless steel. Total cost • of one oven and four individual fold back surface unite, installation not : included, is less than many freestanding deluxe ranges Each 30-inch fold-back surface cooking section hw two fast-heating units, one six and the other ' eight inches in size, which fold into the back panel when not in use, leaving most of the countertop free for work space. Sections can be installed on any ordinary cabinet top In any number or arrangement about the kitchen. The unusual automatic wall oven, ••' which is a full 17 inches wide, has vertical twin doors. Open one door and the other opens with it. The unique design makes It possible to install the oven In tight corners of the kltehen. Elimination of the ! ordinary swing-down door gives the homemaker freedom of action when loading, unloading, or cleaning the oven. Impressive new ideas have been incorporated into Prlgldaire's 1965 refrigerators. Two new refrigerat- or-free»r combinations have the .! unique "picture window" vegetable '• Hydrator In the door. The larger of the' two has two doors and a . total capacity of 14J-cubic feet. The 4.8-cubic-loot freezer, located at the bottom of the cabiftet, holds nearly 170 pounds of frozen food. The unusual vegetable storage ' arrangement not only saves room in the food compartment, but is more convenient, since the full- width Hydrator is inset in the door : at handy waist level. The homemaker can inspect her supply of fresh produce at a glance. The entire unit swings down into horizontal position for loading and un- loc 'ing, or easy removal for clean. ing. Refrigerators range in size from a 4.4-cubic-foot under'cbunter model to a top 15-cublc-foot Imperial combination with two vertical doors. Outstanding features Include a full-width egg server that tilts down out of the door, an ice tray that makes small "cubelets," full- width roll-out shelves, sliding meat drawer, controlled temperature butter storage, cheese compartment left-over food containers, removable door shelves, "Cycla - matic' refrigeration snd automatic defros- ing. Exterior colors again are Stratford yellow, Sherwood green or white, matching Frigiciake ranges food freeiers, dishwashers, auto matic clothes washers and dryers Interiors of all white and green re frigerators are finished in coo green porcelain with rich golden finished aluminum shelves. Yellow refrigerators have matching in teriors. Automatic operation is the keynote of the electric ranges. For example, top models are equipped with a new "Heat-Minder" unit that will watch over foods and never .let them overheat. A thermo- talns the exact temperature selected for cooking, whether boiling, Warming or frying. • There Is a new high-speed unit that reaches full, heat in a matter . of seconds, then automatically switches to the selected cooking heat. Other important features on Prigldslre ranges include a deep- well cooker with adjustable temperature control that will deep fat fry and even pop corn, automatic oven controli, a two-speed electrio time signal and a new large 17- inch oven with 15 per cent more shelf area and faster broiling fac- iiitiea. Forty, 30 and 21-inch ranges are included. Some have cooking tops with surface unit* grouped at the lide; others have divided tops. Top models come in yellow, green, or white porcelain. Pour new dishwashers, including sink combination, undercounter, free-standing and portable models, »r« available In yellow, green or white. All have extra-ltrge capacity and feature "Turbo-spray" washing action. TWO new Frigida- ire wast* disposers will be shown, along with 1965 automatic clothes washers and dryers. There ire new compact one-third and one-half horsepower room alr- conditlners for casement windows, plus three-quarter and one horsepower standard-sized models for regular double-hung windows. In addition. Frigidaire Is marketing chest-type-food freezers, electric water heaters, an Ironer, year-around household air conditioners, an electric dehumldlfier and a wide variety of. commercial refrigeration and sir conditioning equipment. Some part of Brazil's long borderline touches every other state In So Ih America except Chile and Ecuador. Hot Crash Puts Out Fir* CLINTON, 8. C. (*•)—Truck driver Alfred P»yne ww In front of the fire station when his truck caught fire. The bl»ie WM extinguished quickly. While he was inside the'fire station telephoning home, the truck rolled down * grade, knocking down i mail box >nd > fire hydrant and crashing Into an oak tree. , The town was without water for six hours while the hydrant was repaired. Self Defense Caused Stop DBS MOINES 1*1 — Every conservation warden knows how a poacher goes about his business of stealing the public's game: • He drives slowly along the road In game country, stopping occasionally to peer about; car doors pe,n stealthily and close again, the ar creeps on. An air-borne warden spotted Just uch behavior from his aircraft re- ently in the Iowa pheasant country. He radioed an officer on the ground, who raced to cut off the uspicloue car and question the driver. Poaching wasn't on the driver's nind. There was a wasp in. his ar, and he was trying to get rid if it. NEW GLIDER CONTROL AIR CONDITIONER — This is Amana Refrigeration's new year-round room air conditioner which can furnish six different combinations of cooling, heating and ventilation — each of which may be selected by adjusting the horizontal glider control. The indoor weather desired may be delivered by simply moving the gilder control to the correct position. All the necessary switching of dampers, compressor and fans then Is accomplished automatically. Ail models are constructed electrically according tc the specifications of the nev) -National Electrical Code, so as to require less elaborate and less expensive wiring installations. They deliver more cooling because their condensers have been increased in size up to 33 per cent, and their evaporators by as much as 50 uer cent. When not in use, the color-coded and illuminated glider control A Real Wife Saver! BRAND NEW FOR 1955 C&me, fc... < PHILCO "Automatic REFRIGERATORS at New low 1955 Prices.' HUBBARD & SON FURNITURE Black fabrics won't get that shiny look if pressed on the wrong side, using a cloth which has been dampened with vinegar. lorseShoe business Good SPRINGFIELD, Mo. Wl — Marln Sherman, 65, has almost — but ot quite — bypassed the automo- lie age. Sherman has piled his rnde ?s a horseshoe smith Is th* Ildwest for 48 years. As to autos, "I wouldn't give ou five cents for the best car In he world," he suld. "I prefer orses." He owns a car he admits apolo- etically, but he says It's an old cap and, "I haven't washed H or 10 years." Shermnn Isn't hard up for busl- ess. He says he has more horse- hoe orders than he can handle. NEW FEATURES TO BE FOUND — In Montgomery-Ward's new Deep-Freeze units Include floating; action lids, uutomatic lights, no condensation on hot humid, days, convenient storage baskets and dividers, rust-resisting table-height bond- erlzed steel cabinets with recessed base, freezing compartment coil-wrapped for even cold, quiet unit', sealed in steel, never needs oiling and a reliable tumbler lock. Two-Wax Hit PORTLAND, Oreg. l.fl — An explosion in an electric substation caused by lightning blew Harold idd ot Vancouver, Wash., 25 (eet »ss a room and out the door. After he counted his bruises and scratches — not serious — he found his car. outside the building, had Judd [aero: been damaged $100. to the extent oi panel Is covered by the curved hinged cover. Intake and exhaust louvres are located at the buck end of the cabinet. This absence of side louvres that might be blocked off by curtains or walls makes possible adjustable Installation In any one ot 18 positions — from flush-mounting to a point where the entire unit is in the room. The cabinet has a front made of tough, sound deadening plastic, furnished in either tan or Ivory, both with gold trim. All corners are smoothly rounded to make the unit attractive-looking both inside and outside the window. There Is just one large air deflecting vane, which can be seen through the grille. There is a heating unit for fall and evening chills Amana's Room Air Conditioners, all thermostat- controlled for automatic temperature control, are made in one-half, three-quarter, one and l'/j horsepower sizes. Who Cares About Profit? KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Ifl - A man was selling cigarettes on the streets for 20 cents a pack — five under the going rate — and a detective asked him where he got them. After questioning him at city Jail, Detective Chief Bernard Waggoner said he couldn't find where the smokes came from but observed, "If he can make money by buying them for a quarter and selling them for 20 cents, he ought to be In Washington." Clean Now, Maybe PORTSMOUTH, Va. (/P>—The "dirty crooks" who broke into the Terminal Transfer Company ought to be clean by now. The loot consisted of soap and soap powders valued at $179—nothing else. Write-In Ends Writeoff BREEDSVILLE, Mich. Wl — I didn't hurt Mayor William Prlldi when the Republican party caucu; by passed him and nominatec somebody else for his Job. Prude ran as a write-In cflnd! date and polled 68 votes to wl; his 33rd one-year term as mayo of this village (pop, 400). The off clal candidate, Walter Tomczak got 40 votes. Wild W*st CAMPBELL'S FERRY, Idaho W — Monroo Hancock left, his fron door open to air the house. Ho go home late In the afternoon an found a wild bobcat, sampling th sugar In a bowl on the dining rooi table. PLANT ODDITY It Is possible for a plant to live without either roots or leaves as or Instance, the lichens, which ibsorb moisture and food from he air, ARMY COUNSEL-Frank G.' Mlllard of Flint, .Mich., is «!•• Army's new general counsel. | The former attorney general for Michigan replaces John Q. Adams, controversial figure In last year's Army - McCarthy squabble. Mlllard will begin his new duties May 1. Phone 3-4409 BlythavilU MATHES 1-TON (FulllH.P.) AIR CONDITIONER AMERICA'S FASTEST SELLING ROOM AIR CONDITIONER ... GUARANTEED TO EQUAL OR OUT-COOL ANY 1-TON AIR CONDITIONER OF ANY MAKE OR ANY PRICE OF EQUAL RATING! REASON Not 1 Ton ... Not I Ton, but full 1 TON, 1 H. P. UNIT Tecumseh Unit, Mathes Fan and Mahogany Fronts, The Most Beautifully Styled Unit on the Market Made in 3 large Factories By the Fastest Growing Company in America! AIK CONMT.ONER Guaranteed 5 Years Rated 10,600 BTU Sealed Unit Complete In Corkboard Fronts A Great Value 199 95 Plus $10 Factory Warranty Come In — See For Yourself OTHER MODELS AND SIZES ARE NOW IN STOCK 24 Mos. To Pay If Wanted-SMALL DOWN PAYMENT HUBBARD& SON "CASH TALKS ATHUBBARD'S'

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