The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 225, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 11, 1959 Page: 3 of 36
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«WOfe SK. ^MMOlMiMMMUlkl MM I tir;¥* «■
Corporation Shows !»*> Incresse Of §3 ner rent. Net In-,
, • r i come ,otaled 3316,323, or 78
increase in sales cents per share on' the 405,606
Gulf * Western Corp.. of whichI slockholder8j
Mott Auto Electric in Orange is a
unit, has announced a sharp in-; ~‘-- „ I
crease in sales and net profit for | Under normal conditions , brook
the fiscal year ending July 31, -trout reach a length of 3 to 5 inches
..S,aJ * cr<?se ,10 815,376,575 from the first year, 6 to 8 the second,
$8,394^755 in the^ previous year for land 9 to 11 the third.
WHILE WINTER WAITS!
Slop cold-floor discomforts
with flaifiu; ponelair
Forced-air Panelair hides in the wall
— delivers heat at floor level
THE LITTLE WOMAN
ort* t ^ '
T‘‘ K.ug, Ffatareg .^yndifR**. [nr World right* reeerred.
f Engineering ProF
Is Back at Lamar
BEAUMONT (Snl)-Jerty T. Ko-
tulan has returned to the L a m a r
State College of Technology facul-
ty this fall as an assistant profes-
sor of industrial engineering. He
| lias been on a two-year leave of
'absence granted for advanced study
at Virgnia Polytechnic Institute
;in Blacksburg, Va.
| Kotulan was recently elected fac-
ulty advisor for the Lamar Tech
chapter of Alpha Pi Mu, honorary
[industrial engineering society. He
was elected to membership in the
[group at VPI.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1959
THE ORANGE LEADER
Trappers and fur farmers pro-
duce a total of 20 to 30 million
(pelts a year. Transactions at all
j levels from the trapper to the re-
(tail furrkr- total about a billion
[dollars a year.
“You’d think a country that could send a rocket
to outer space could invent a nice-tasting postago
Romembir—Worm Floors Moon A Warm Houso!
Yos, you CAN ond tho mitory of cold floor dis-
comforts quickly, oosily, economically.
Tho Poyno PANELAIR gives more oven hooting—
keeps floors warmer, ceilings cooler. Because it
delivers forced air heat at floor level,. the Panel-
air ends sweating walls—steamed windows.
Can be placed against a wall or fully recessed.
Low first cost, low operating cost . « . users re-
port gas savings up to 70
Safety vented, of course.
YOU CAN STILL ENJOY 10% PRE-
SEASON DISCOUNT ON ALL HEAT-
ING NEEDS! MORROW S HAVE EX-
TENDED THEIR ANNUAL SEPT.
HEATING SALE INTO OCT.
CALL ANYTIME-FOR FREE HEAT-
CLOSET OR ATTIC UNITS
KC's To Sponsor Vidor Soldier Ends
Television Speech *»'»'*">** Training
Sabine Area Knights of Colum- FlL gallon "of(
bus councils will sponsor a tele- Mr. and Mrs charles L. Flanigan,
'v.sion address by State Deputy, Rt ]. Vidor, Tex . was graduated
E*. ,P!?0n* 0ve^ “PAG- sent. 28 from the 82nd Airborne I
rv Channfl 4 Monday at 5:45 p.m. Division Jump School at Fort;
The address will be in connec- Bragg, N. C.
tion with the Knights observance j Flanigan received his parachut-;
of Columbus Day, according* to jS£ wings after completing four
Jim Edgerton of the Orange Coun- week, of jnU.nsjve ground and ae.
Cl • • (rial training which included five|
Councils comprising the 34th parachute jumps.
(District which will sponsor the ad- i___
| dress include two councils in Port j
Arthur, and organizations inf Earle RlPPS Moved
Groves, Bridge City and Orange. *
DON'T BUY ANY CAR
UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN
AND DRIVEN THE
On Display Oct 15
15th and GREEN
Earle F. Riggs, Orange Naval,
Station fire chief, has been moved
company in Spring House, .
1 Pa. is offering a device that pipes from General Hospital at DeQueen,
[breezes from an electric fan b'-'Ark., to Sparks. Memorial Hosoi-j
[tween the sheets of any bed. Altai at Fort Smith, Ark. Riggs re-j
cloth sleeve fits over any KMo-12-, mains in serious condition as a re-!
inch pedestal-base fan and carries,suit of a stroke last Suhday while
thj air into tffe bed. on a fishing trip in Arkansas.
For 65.000 BTU Payne Panelair
WITH PAYMENTS STARTING IN DECEMBER
NO DOWN PAYMENT
— the greatest nome in heating
COR lOMOKROA ^ ARKiAMCi: .
' BETTER DEALS - BETTER SERVICE"
206 BORDER — TU 3-8433
NORTHER DUE SOON!
Were you left in the cold last winter? Hundreds of
Orangeites were last year. Don't you get caught this
OPERATIONAL CHECK >
• CHECK 1*1 LOT LITE
• OIL MOTOR ANO RLOWIR
• INSPECT AND ADJUST BEIT
• TEST FOR CAS LEAK
• CHECK LIMIT SWITCH
• CHECK THERMOSTAT PLUS PARTS
TONEY'S Refrigeration Service
"WE SERVICE — WE SELL"
408 12TH ST. PH TU 6-3169
Beat the Rush!
Yes, right now, before cold weather comes . . •
is the time for your heating system to have its complete annual
check-up and be made ready for use. A thorough check-up
now by a reliable heating dealer or a United Gas serviceman
will mean safe, trouble-free operation of your heating equip-
ment all winter long . . . will assure you of uninterrupted
indoor comfort on the coldest days. And if your gas service
has been temporarily discontinued, better arrange to have
it restored right now. A sudden cold snap will bring a big
demand for turning on meters, and delay will mean un-
necessary discomfort for you and your family. Remember,
now as always, gas does jar more at jar leu cost.
„ / _ r
Automatic gas heating means healthful indoor living . . . no drafts, no hot spots,
no cold corners, no house-sweating . . . instead, a cozy blanket of warmth from
room to room, from floor to ceiling. Act now to he sure of this comfort. see your
heating dealer or United Gas.
CAU A ItUIAtU and IXNKIINCU MATING OK
. • •
I I R » I R •
t B I
if IT S WO* • H OWN.nG
ITS WORTH INSURING WITH
Your local AfTNA Aq«nt
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GENUINE HEAVY DUTY
11% TO 6
NITE 5:30 til 9
f TIL 5 30 P.M.
Of A \
WAIT! and SAVE!
5:30 to '9:00
LEVINES OPEN MONDAY 5:30til9P.M.
5:30 TO 9
! B boys Ago
NARROW WALE CORDUROY
Compare al 79c
• SOLID COLORS
• SEW & SAVE I Yd.
• MONDAY KITE
5:30 TO 9 P.M.
• WHY PAY 1.99
• SOLID COLORS
• MON NITE 5:30 fo 9
• ZIPPER • SOLIDS
• ALL WOOL • LONG
• ALL NEW STYLES
• LUXURY SHEER •
SHOP LEVINE'S 5:30 P.M. TO 9 P.M. AND SAVE
BRIEF STYLE 4 ""Vfi
LADIES PANTIES 1
• MONDAY 5:30 TO 9 ■ ■
TERrT TOWELS 100
• MONDAY 5:30 TO 9 ■ W
MENS GENUINE A A ft
• MONDAY 5 30 TO 9 WW
MENS SANFORIZED A
• MONDAY 5:30 TO 9
MENS RUBBER AQQ
KNEE BOOTS V**
• WHY PAY 4 99
PAD AND COVER A A ft
IRON BOARD SETS hh^
• MONDAY 5:30 TO 9 W
ROOM SIZE A
9x12 FFT. RUGS i
• MONDAY 5:30 TO 9 H
GIRLS KNIT 4 Aft
POLO SHIRTS lllr
• MONDAY 5:30 TO 9 ■
MOST SIZES MENS 4
• MONDAY 5:30 TO 9
•XT\ SALE LADIES
■ A 5:30 line
S TIL 9
- FINE OUTING FLANNEL
MENS SIZES 10 TO 13 •
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• CHOICE Of STYLES
• CUSHION SOUS
• MONDAY 5:30-9
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 225, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 11, 1959, newspaper, October 11, 1959; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558184/m1/3/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.