The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1954 · Page 3
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May 31, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MONDAY, MAY 31, 1954 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAOB Pictured above Is Bill Turner, of Western Auto Associate store displaying the powerful new 1954 model Fedders room air conditioner. These new models offer many exclusive advanced features that offer much greater cooling efficiency and economy of operation. Consumers Research Rates Fedders America's Best Room Conditioner The nationally famous testing agency Consumers Research, in the current may issue, rates Fedders the number one room air conditioner on the American market today. After testing all makes and models of room conditioners. Pedders is the only one to recieve Grade A rating by the nationally famous organization. Tests reveled that the Fedders unit showed higher cooling, capacity and the charasteris- tic of holding its capacity at higher outside temperatures. The new 1954 model Fedders room conditioners are featured by the most advanced design and engineering known to. the industry. No detail has been overlooked to provide every Fedders owner with the maximun effiency of operation. Hotels and tourist courts throughout America continue to show preference for the -Fedders unit, due to its high effiency and low operating costs. Fedders room conditioner units are available in five sikes: the one- third ton, one half ton, three-quarter ton, one-ton and one and one- half ton. Each size is designed for a specific purpose to enable any home owner to economically air condition any size home. Fedders is the most powerful room air conditioner there is ... in cooling the air, filter out irritants, and cutting excess humidity. But Fedders makes you the boss of all this power . . . with the exclusive builtin weather bureau. It U. S, Socialists Adopt Huge Public Works Plan PHILADELPHIA Gf) — The latest platform of the Socialist party features a multi-billion dollar government program of public works. The policy platform was presented to the 29th National Convention yesterday by Mayor Frank Zeidler of Milwaukee. It said the Republican administration program falls short of the nation's needs and charges the Democrats with abdicating the responsibilities of an opposition party. Among other planks in the platform: 1. Increase in the basic income tax exemptions and abolition of excise taxes on necessities. 2. Lifting the housing program from its "present emphasis on guaranteeing profits for . . . money lenders to one of guaranteeing homes for people." 3. Increase in farm subsidies. gives you the cool, clean, healthful climate you want with the simple touch of a button. Pedders offers year round comfort. It yen- tilates without cooling or whisks away stale air. The deluxe model Fedders comes with the famous "chill chaser" heat pump and aut- Poor Rivets Leads A Dog's Life ROCHESTER, N. Y. UK— There's no doubt about it. Rivets is a dog that is above the common cast. He gets treated like a customer at the Union Trust Co. Rivets, a spaniel, has his own bank account, which now totals S130. He pays nothing in, but draws enough each week to keep him in dog biscuits. The deposits come from a bottled soda pop machine at the Rochester Gas & Electric Corp. Profits from the machine are deposited to Rivet's account. Employes set up the system in gratitude for Rivets' work as a watch dog. omatic temperature control. Oversize twin filters catch more dirt and dust. The Fedders unit fits in the window without alterations, pipes or ducts. French Nurse Flies to Paris SAIGON, Indochina (St — Lt. Genevieve de Galard Terraube, the heroine of Dien Bien Phu. left here by air today for Paris on a com- mericial airliner. A handful of frjends and officials were at the airport to bid her goodbye. The 29-year-old nurse will vacation in Prance before returning to duty with the French Air Force. TAKE IT HOME! One Pint BAKED BEANS . Razorback Drive-In Tests on wheat, rice, and cotton seed show that high-frequency electromagnetic fields of force, employed in the dielectric heating process, can kill rice weevils and pink bollworms. NOW OPEN IN OUR New Location So. Hiway. 61—Blytheville Expert Service In All Types Of Upholstery. • Furniture • Automobile • Mattresses Tailormade Seat Covers Mattresses Made to Order Truck Seats Rebuilt & Covered Smith Mattress Co. Phone 3-4293 QUESTIONS and ANSWERS Q. DOES A. A. OPERATE HOSPITALS OR REST HOMES FOR ALCOHOLICS? A. No There are no "A. A. rest homes or hospitals". Q. WILL A. A. HELP ME STRAIGHTEN OUT MY FAMILY TROUBLES? A. Almost without exception, newcomers who are sincere in their approach to the A. A. recovery program are successful in mending broken family lives. Q. WILL A. A. HELP ME FINANCIALLY? A. A. is not any sort of moneyed charity organization. Very early in A. A. experience as a society, it was discovered that money, or the lack of it, had nothing to do with the newcomer's ability to achieve soberity and work his or her way out of the many problems that had been complicated by excessive drinking. Q. DOES A. A. SPONSOR ANY SOCIAL ACTIVITY FOR MEMBERS? A. Most A. A.'s are sociable people, a factor which may have been partially responsible for their becoming alcoholic in the first place. As a consequence, meetings of the local A. A. groups tend to be lively affairs. Traditionally, after the meeting has been closed, the members usually enjoy a 'social* period whicji follows. Coffee, soft drinks, sandwiches etc. are served. Q. DOES AN A.A. HAVE TO ATTEND MEETINGS FOR THE REST OF HIS LIFE? A. No, not necessarily, but—as one member has suggested—"most of us want to, and some of us may need to" The answer, again, is tjiat no one 'has to* do anything in A. A. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 873 — Blytheville, Arkansas Anyone Interested Invited to Our Meetings Open Meetings 8:00 p. m. Every Friday Night Closed Meetings 8:00 p. m. Every Tuesday Night Club Room over Hardy Furniture Co. E. Main Street —. Blytheville, Ark. ENJOY ICE CUBE COMFORT ON HOT MUGGY DAYS WITH America's Most Popular Room Conditioner Uf Fedders is rated the No. 1 Room Conditioner In America By the Nationally Famous Testing agency, Consum- ers Research, in the May Issue. NLY FEDDERS OFFERS THE BUILT-IN THER BUREAU •5 3BP* FEDDERS Cleans! All in One Operation Fedders Gives You the Cooling Power of 20 Refrigerators... *\ See it! Try it! Today! WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

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