The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1954 · Page 17
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MONDAY, MAY 31, 1954 BLITHE VILiE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE New Exteriors, Engineering Changes Mark '541-H Models New exteriors revealing modern treds for crisp, clean lines and ex- ireuds for crisp, clean lines and extensive engineering changes for more cooling capacity per penny's worth of current mark the five models in four sizes of 1954 International Harvester air conditioners. Units range in size from i|3 hp. to 1 hp. and two of the models are available for either 115 volts ro 230 vol toperation. | Style pace on all but the standard 1|3 hp. 1954 IH air conditioner is set by the fabric covered front. Deluxe units come decorated in a soft, neutral beige material. This covering may be removed and replaced with material blending or coverings or upholstery in less than five minutes and with less than a yard of material. Increased cooling capacity, higher humidity removal and lower operating costs for all new units is obtained through the redesigned air mixing chamber that distributes room air and incoming hot, dirty, muggy air evenly over all the cooling and dehumidifying surfaces. The bigger air mixing chamber plus the enlarged "king-sized" cooling coils in 1954 IH air conditioners means that larger room areas can be cooled and humidity lowered in a shorter length of time at reduced operating costs. Featured on all -models in the 1954 line are the new glass fiber filters and "washing" systems to j remove greater amounts of dust, dirt, and pollen from the air. Other comfort features included with four of the five new models are built-in automatic temperature control to maintain uniform room temperature, improved f ingerti|' control positions for easy reading, j and six comfort settings—cooling' NEW I-H CONDITIONER — International-Harvester's new room ' air conditioners are designed to blend in with the homeowner's interior decoration scheme. Fabric to match draperies can easily be attached to the conditioner with no special tools or skills needed. and circulation of room air, cooling and ventilating of fresh air, stale air exhausting, recirculation of room air, ventilatnig and circulating of fresh air, and exhaust- Popular Place FARMINGTON, Conn. (£>}—State Rep. W. Sheffield Cowles, on a tour of Europe, sent a postcard from Seville, Spain ,to his fellow Connecticut legislator, Erving Pruyn of Colebrook. When he returned home, Cowles found a postcard from Pruyn in the mail that had accumulated while he was away. Pruyn bad sent it to Cowles from Seville. Short Voyage ELGIN, HI. OP)—Arthur Chapa, 12, decided he'd build a raft and float down the Fox River. He became panicky when the raft began to rock in the wind-swept waves. Not being a good swimmer, he jumped anyway. A playmate on shore yelled. Their screams attracted nearby residents and police were notified- They arrived to find rescue wasn't needed. The water was shallow and Arthur waded ashore. Papas Go for PTA DES MOINES (/F)—Parent-Teacher Assn. groups used to be almost exclusively composed of women. But that's changed, Mrs. E. O. Tweet of Cedar Falls, Iowa, exhibits chairman of the Iowa PTA, says. "For a long time," Mrs. Tweet says, "it seemed as though there was only one parent for each child. Now fathers, are becoming more interested all.the time." ing of stale air. All models have the new one-piece rust resistant base that eliminates rusting and corroding, or marking and streaking of the outside of the building. No Hurry GRAND ISLAND, Neb- (IP) — A man in here has a dog who likes to greet visitors rather boisterously. And the chap himself confuses them. Seems the master quiets his pet with the command: "Don't bite him—until I tell you to." Dog Answers Phone ATLANTA (TPi—Mrs. Dennis Meadows of Atlanta has a dog who answers the telephone for her— well, practically. She leaves the pooch in the house when she's working in the ..yard. When it rings, the dog lifts the handset off the hook and gives Mrs. Meadows time to get inside before the caller gives up. Obvious Bit of Evidence FREDERICKSBURG. Va. (£>)—A new traffic light was installed at a busy intersection here. Accidents tripled, property damage soared 560 per cent. "It is evident the traffic light is contributing to the excessive number of accidents," said K. M. Wilkinson, assistant traffic and planning engineer for the highway department. The ruler of England cannot abdicate the throne without the consent of both houses of Parliament. The Abdication Bill, ending the reign of Edward Yin, was passed on Dec. 1, 1936. Who's Convinced? GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. LK — Announced Tom Van Tol was giving a daily newscast over Radio Station WGRD. He was soothing jittery listeners that no tornado threatened the area. "There is-* no tornado in this area," he was saying. "I repeat, don't worry, you are in no . . . " and at thr* Doint silence. Lightning had hit the station's transmitter causing a power failure. A half-hour later the listeners weren't the only nervous persons in OPEN WIDE—Sereno Vandini feeds an oddity of the horse world, a two-legged foal born on his Ferrara, Italy, farm. A veterinary found the animal otherwise in top condition. It hops around like a kangaroo. Grand Rapids. WGRD's switchboard operators worked up a sweat explaining what happened. New York Sees Better Times City As Confident- Mow As It Was Jittery Thret Months Ago By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK C4V-New York City is as confident today as it was jittery three months ago. Businessmen here think the bottom was touched in the early days of tins month. True, they look for a fairly quiet summer. But they seem confident that the fall will bring sure if modest gains. In some things—like unemployment and the cost of living, both of which are up here—New York City just now is going counter to the national trend. In others—like retail sales and construction, which are fairly high here—it pretty much typifies what's happening most places in the United States. In still others—like foreign trade and investment and bank loans, where the decline is noticeably slower—New Yorkers like to think their town is the bellwether. Latest government figures for the nation as a whole show that the number now- collecting jobless benefits is lower than at any time since the first of February. But unemployment continued to rise in April in New York City, largely due to the ills of the garment and textile trades. But here, too, New Yorkers now think they've seen the worst. The synthetic fiber market remains mostly dull. But New York's Worth Street cotton merchants cite the recent flurry of orders for third and fourth-quarter deliveries of cotton prints and broad cloths as offering the hope at least that the textile industry may at last be working itself out of its long downward cycle. The garment industry says that the rising price tendency for woolens and worsteds means both the working off of inventories and an increase in consumer demand. If so, it could lead to more activity in New York's teeming garment section. It still costs plenty to live here. While the government's cost of living index dropped'^slightly for the nation in its current report, the index for New York City rose slightly below the national average, medical care costs rose. Even so, Gothamites note their index is still slightly, because food prices and so there must be more expensive places. Cot Mothers Pups POTTSTOWN, Pa. UP) — When Poochie, a thoroughbred beagle, walked out on her eight puppies ft day and a half after they were born, Sandy, took over. Sandy, a three-year-old part Persian cat owned by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gauger, has had five litters of stillborn kittens, and seemed delighted to play the role of mother. Milk for the ALMA, Wis. (/P)— "Make the one for the road milk." That sign is posted in a tavern here operated by Jeff Nelson, Alma civic leader. It is part of hi« campaign to promote use of dairy products to relieve the surplus. and dries more air at less cost! OLD-TIMER — William 'TJttde* Adams, a former slave who fled from the south in 1863, smokes a cigaret as he celebrates hfe 100th birthday to a Lancaetae, Pa, hospital. Bom 30 years before stwoy's abolition, "Uncle Bill" lived to see another historic decision affecting the Negro—the Su- prane Court* «M New International Harvester Air Conditioner gives more cooling and dehumidifying capacity...yet costs less to operate! Can be decorated to match room. Directional no-draft ventilation. Cools, cleans, filters and dries the air. Amazingly quiet. No building alterations needed. Low down payment—easy terms Why let hot, humid weather ruin your pleasure? Live and sleep better with a new IH Air Conditioner, f models—ifc to 1 h.n.-as low as '21 r 0choofc ~wm •neoostthrtionsC H« now keeps hospital worker* fascinated with his extensive tb» Hoto Bifate. Ceita Implements, inc. "Smict Hold* Our Trod." Blytheville Phon« 3-6863 406 W. Main G Phone 3-4591 CHOOSE NOW AND SAVE AT WARDS Cool Comfort at Low Cost 264.95 Free Window Installation REFRESHING sleep m hot, humid wedther with the new 1954 WORK IN COMFORT —»corching heal outside, "jo** right" iruid* COOl RELAXATION. Stay comfortably coo4 at horn* with temp ro- Now- -air conditioning at a price within reason and reach. See Wards new room air conditioner—Th« Wardaire. Not only cools air, but filters, dehw- midifies and exhausts stale air. Thermostat keeps room at temperature you select. No-draft circula* tion with adjustable air stream and louvers. Strean*lined design in decorator gray. Cools up to 350 iquare feet. Model illustrated Yi h.p., 110 volt WARDAIRE Room Air Conditioner—Cools up to 500 square feet. % h.p., 110 volt 304.95 WARDAIRE Room Air Conditioner—Cools up to 500 square feet. % h.p., 220 voK 304.95 WARDAIRE Room Air Conditioner—Cools op tt 650 sauar. f«et. 1 h.p., 220 volt 364.95 30-IN. ATTIC PAN Wpriyht-typ* 77.50 *X® CFM Cools your home within minutes, drives out stale, hot oir, draws in cool, fresh air. Assure* comfortable deeping at aH Hmes. Operates quietly. UL approved. Similar savings on other sizes to 42 in. 16 INCH WINDOW FAN Quickly removes hot air and fumes from small rooms. Exhausts 1600 cubic ftet of air p*r minute. Adjusts to fit windows 23 to 30 inches wide. Lay-it-away and pick it up in time to enjoy Summer oomfort. 16" Window Fan 39,95 Portabh* ' For round-the-clock comfort, buy Wards 16* window fan now—save $4. Changes air in 1 large or 2 small rooms •very 2 min. Use as exhaust or intake in sash or casement window, or floor fan. 2 speeds—moves 2100 CFM. Finger- proof grills on each side. Smart 2-tone gray finish. AC 30-INCH ATTIC FAN Ceiling-typ* 80.50 6000 FPM for use in low attics. Coois your entire home within minutes—drives out warm air, quickly draws in fresh air. Rotates slowly, quietly. UL approved. Similar savings on other sizes to 42 inches. 20 INCH FAN REVERSIBLE 51.95 Cools, ventilates 4 to 5 rooms.Moves 2500 CFM. Use as exhaust or circulating fan. Electrically reversible. KITCHEN TYPE WINDOW FAN 20.95 Moves 1100 CFM-r*T moves odors, fumts, hot air. Adjusts for windows 24 to 30" wide. Buy now at Wards safe prk* WARDS BEST 10-IN, FAN 18.95 V/ith power, styling of fans at $2-$3 more— moves 780 CFM. Osdl- 'ofing or stationary. On« *P«ed. Metal base. AC. COOL OFF- BUY MW FAN 12.95 Buy Wards letter 10' —moves 500 CFM. 0» dilating or ttaffoiwyfc On* speed. Metal bat* AC 12 r MW Fan 16.91

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