The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1966 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 13, 1966
Page 13
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Myftcvttte (Art.) Courier News - Monday, June IS, MM- Pig* TMriMB ^••••••••••^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BBBJ^SJ^^^^^^^B^^^BB^^B^^^^^^^^B^HlBIIB^^^l^^BBMBHBBlBaiBl^B^HB^i^^Bi Phillips' 41st Anniversary Used Car Specials! All Our Cars Carry a Lifetime Used Car Warranty! Phillips Is Your Safe Place to Buy!!! Now is the Time for You to Save During Our Big Anniversary Sale! All New and Used Cars are Reduced Save as Much as $800 on Demonstrators! •65 FORD Convertible red with black interior, 390- V8, cruisc-o-matic, power steering, selectaire conditioner, radio and heater, white sidewall tires, low mileage, like new C90QC '65 CHEVROLET Impala 2 door H.T, yellow with black interior, V8, standard trans., radio and heater, white sidewall tires, low mileage, real clean and nice '63 MERCURY 4 door, beige with beige interior, VS, merc-o-matic, power steering, selectaire conditioner, radio and heater, white C1CAC sidewall tires VIV*«P '65 CHEVROLET Impala Convertible, light blue with white top, V8, standard trans., radio and heater, white sidewall tires, sharp $2395 '63 CHEVROLET Super Sports, black with black interior, 4 speed trans., radio and heater, C1CQC white sidewall tires •64 CHEVROLET Bel-Air 2 door, V8, automatic trans., power steering, white sidewall tires, radio and heater, real clean, check this one out •62 CADILLAC 4 door Sedan DeVille, blue and white with blue interior, full power and factory air conditioner, double sharp . '62 OLDS '88' 4 door sedan, blue and white, V8, automatic trans., power steering and brakes, air conditioner, radio and heater, white C1.IQK sidewall tires V •"w '61 BUICK Special station wagon, light blue, automatic trans., radio and heater, white sidewall tires €7OR '61 COMET 4 door, light blue with dark blue interior, 6 cylinder, crmse- o-matic, radio and heater, white sidewall tires ;i f v.i uios- . $695 '64 VOLKSWAGEN light green with gray interior, radio and heater, clean FREE 1961 FALCON Futura 2 door with bucket seats, white color with red trim, radio and heater, 6 cylinder. NOTHING TO BUY . . . JUST COME AND REGISTER. Drawing will be held July 2nd at 12 noon. Ydu must be a licensed driver and over 18 year* of age. 150 DOWN ON ANY CAR IN STOCK! With Approved Credit '64 FORD Galaxie '500' 4 door, red and white with red interior, V8, cruise-o-matic, power steering, air conditioner, white sidewall tires, sharp •64 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4 door •edan, V8, standrad trans., good tries, runs and drives real nice til AC nice and clean Vl •»» '64 VALIANT 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder, automatic trans., radio and heater, white sidewall tires, light blue, one owner, clean '63 FORD Vi ion pickup, solid white, V8, automatic trans., radio and heater, see this one today $895 $595 $1095 '6i CHRYSLER 2 door H.T., full power and factory air condition- «r, see it today '64 FORD Fairlane 2 door, 6 cylinder, standard trans., blue and white, radio and heater, white sidewall tires, nice and clean '63 STUDEBAKER 4 door, V8, standard trans., radio and heater, look at this car and price '63 FORD Galaxie 4 door sedan, V8, standard trans., radio and CQQC heater, ready to go V*»*» '62 CORVAIR 4 door, standard trans., radio and heater, black as a crow, ready to go '61 CORVAIR 4 door, auto, trans., radio and heater light green, COQC compare at this price «pH)w«l '63 FORD Vi ton pickup, green with white top, V8, standard trans.,.custom cab, radio and heater, real clean • • $895 '63 FORD Vi ton pickup, red, V8, automatic trans., radio and heater, custom cab, very clean $895 '63 FORD Fairlane '500' station wagon, V8, automatic trans., radio_ heater, one owner, white " color, clean PHILLIPS FORD SALES $1095 BROADWAY AND CH1CKASAWBA "YOUR SAFE PLACE TO BUY" PHONE PO 3-4453 Continued From Proceeding Pago FOR SALE . BUY EQUITY AND ASSUME PAYMENTS OP «M.n. BUY IT (3DICK- . HEAT. CARPORT AND STORAGE. WALNUT - J BR WITH L&D mATION. BUY EQUITY AND TAKE OVER LOAN. PAYMENTS •73.86. 1 BR, & BEN SPLIT LEVEL, FENCED YARD AND ATTACHED OAR- AGE. PAYMENTS *107. BUY EQUITY AND ASSUME LOAN. 1004 HARDIN - 3 BR. L&D COMBI- . EQUITY ANP ASSUME LOAN. PAYMENTS 1117.00. jMaxLogan Realtor ' PB. PO 2-2083 ' Harold R. Knop, Salesman r Nile PO 3-4233 I Milton Snow, Salesman ' Nlt« PO 3-4613 ; 6-8 ok 6-18 i FOR SALE Nice > bdrm. is den 1 to \4 bath trick cen. air i located on corner II • Home only 5 yrs old & on exel. coni. Can handle on loan M»u"P- 'Jlon or refinance, 100% GJ. Vacant. t bdrm. brick located within 1 blk Jrade ichool, Psmts. only S82 per month, purchase s~.-U eaulty t •ssum* toar. 3 bdrm t den, l&!i Baths, only 'i Block from grade Khool. Purchase '.qutty and assume loan with nymts. |B5. PO 3-2258. "- 1 ok 6 ' 8 '•Ion. •4 bdrm. a baths, cen. air.,, built-in •*-ne oven and dishwasher. .Carpeting and many other extra features. •Well located. Buy equity and assume •loan. l»0 per month. C»U lor «P- 'polntment. i KEMP JWHISENHUNT Realtor ,Ph. PO 3-4460 Joe Whlsenhunt. Salesman Nite Ph. PO 3-7660 J Kemp 1104 Ward Lane, Palr- , Tlew Heights near park and school, ?s Rr »lr cond. home with bunt-in l.n,« ind o"ven. Chain link fence '«ntenn«. Assume loan wltn S65Q 'JotJllB. PO 3-1553. ' 6-8 pk 6-16 ir . Two story • 8 rni- I ata I b«ths. Near City UmlM •Sf «Si. on black top road. 13 '* ffaJker • one 3 Bedroom J bithf. Lot 100 » !«'. "|« . 2-bdm>. house, 2237 •payment, Verf am J i, WMO.OO, txiw down * family Clu iBon br «»pt. only DAVID REAL ESTATE ISSESK =• , owner. 3 bdrm Brtck. Shleim e (icrona from Air Base, New -fafiSSl UA ««. m.ll .quit, M.UB1. "'»• Leading mfg. In its field wants representative to headquarters In Bly- .hevnie to call on establish i dealers In surroundlnR are*. Some overnight travel. Prefer maried man with good car & bondable. Territory offers minimum of $5,000 to $9,000 per year plui car expense & em- iloyers benefits. Tor Interview write resume of. experience & background to Box TV, «/. th,. paper. ^ ^ 8262 U',4.26',4 A SLENDERIZING jacketetl- sheath for the shorter fuller figure. No. 8262 with PATTM3-RAMA is in sizes I2ti to 26W, bust 33 to 47. Size MVi, bust 35, S% yards of 35". DON'T MISS the Spring Summer '66 issue of B asic FASHION, bur complete pat tern magazine. 50 cents. Send 50c lor racli pattern. —To Order Moil To:— tlylhevillt Courier Newt Pottern Dept. 7B 407 South Worker Or. Chicojo, Illinois 60607 Nome • Addrtis State Zip PotUm No Silt FoihiM Irak Q ftr Hit! tint uniNni tti ]•* fir WtA pttflNt. S-bdrm. lit. hora». garage * . rm. only S yr«. old - large let -new aosnell. 15500. LI 3-5404. t-t pk 7-7 18J8 Cadillac, A. o. toon ihuie, oht«p, can b« fln»nc«d. PO 2-2545 b»tor« » «.m. __ «.ll pit 7.12 1992 Chevrolet plckpp truck, food condition, $493. Telephone Stede, MO. D>y IB5-3132, nite 695-3230. U«5 BulcX, tulW «<iulppec!. PO 3-1319 alter 5 p.m. 8-2 pk 7-3 19S7 Bllick. after 4 p.m. 1125.00. PO 3-S434 6-7 pk t-16 THE PROMT IS OHJAT, TH« INVESTM1DNT IS SMALL. WHY NOT INVESTIGATE? WRITE AVOS BOX m. Wht, l«dy to m* IB * e»r» tor elderly couple 1)9 M. Ctll 1)1-2111 or 521-2227, Writ* Rt. 9. Oiceels AI>I(. 8-7 pV 7-f .. iTperlenced witrei Muitjpptr P*»M, Kuttt* IBB. Mi <k V Receptionist — ,st. Ixiuls Area. White. 21 to 35. Must be neat & very attractive. Answer phone and address mall. Living Quarters If desired. Call collect Sttwesand Printing Co. 1441 Drayton Ave., St. Louis. Mo. 63118. Tel. phone 314- \VQ 1-8082. «-» pk «-17 Good Man over 30 Contact commerciel and industrial users of our Maintenance Products. Man we want 1* worth up to $1600 in a month .'Ills regular bonus. Air Mall confidential letter to A. E. Robinson, p 0. Box 52, rort Worth, Texas. 16101. «-13 ck 6-14 Service station attendant. Alert in appearance. Age 27-45. no Sunday work. Hospital & life Insurance. Paid vacation. Must have exel- lence reference!. Startlat saury *7S wk ANDT'S SERVICE STATION, ASH If 2ND ST. Same location 13 years. 8-10 ck «-lS No iieoutive of our (1 year old firm yet. 40 Your-B aggressive Sales plans and world-famous OOOD- YEAB MAINTENANCE products are extremely profitable combination for right man in Blythevllle. are*. Write J. 0. Byas, Consolidated Paint ,t Varnish, East Ohio Building, Cleveland., Ohio. «-6 ck 6-31 Building material! salesman — Earn $10,000. mnd mor« » year, leading company offers oportunity f6r ambitious producer, plus full fringe benefit program. Age 20-50. Hlgb school education. Bales experience and knowledge 8f building mater- lals highly dnlrtble. Call PO 30671 for toterTlew. «-3 ck « NoHe* Privatj guitar lessons. PO 2-2104. 6-13 pk 7-13 DIAMONDS No money down, 12 months to nay. year free insuarnce. PAT O'BRTANT JEWELRY CO., MAIN AT SECOND, BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. 6-11 pk 7-12 Trade with W. 0. Davis A: save with Mo gasoline prices at Ark-Line Gulf Service Station 6a Highway 61, No., at stu'eline. 8-10 ck 6-18 I buy, sell and trade old coins. .Ill Demon. PO S-48S5. 5-18 ck « Chain link fence Installed 85o per ft. Corner post A gatei «xtr». Robert Myers, PO 3-724^ ^ ^ J fc T PHOTO 67TJDIOS HAS MOVED TO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER.. LOCATED IN MXACHAM-a JEWILBT STORE, PO 3-0508. S-1S ck (-16 TBI Muuwippt county cniok'.on BMdi lout aurplus clothing bousetsld itemt. n«rdw«re, rum- iture, etc. P:wv «U PO 3-8380 ot irlng CO 410 t >l>m 4-11 ek It LEDBETTERS DISCOUNT SHOES AIR BAS> BMHWAT ^ ^ Ironing «iid child care wanted. P- 3-0827. . . «•« Pk 7-7 Would Ilk* to tutr • children privately. Hav» college degree. PO 31862. . ••• Pk 6-14 Babysitting IB a? bom* PO I 2764 m pk ••!< ~~winiiidTo Buy Used motor scooter, please call PO 3-147S. «•!! pk «•!» Used car or truck M to «0 model. Must be sharp. LI 3-81M. 6-9 pk 7-10 Whnlcntu - tojunnew legs alter 7 p.m. PO W100. ' " __._ Call 1-11 tt, tt Receive Presnell Courtesy at 353 8. Division, Oroc., 4> 1108 S. D1TU- Inn Shell Station 3-28 ck tl Sandy yard flirt, »3.SO load delivered. PO 3-8483. 5-23 pit «-J4 Private Room* Private room with private bath. PO 3-7226 after 4 p.m. 6-13 pit « Bedroom In Quiet home. PO 2-2414. 1-13 pk 7-14 Bedroom, close in. Pvt. bath & ent, PO 3-4432. 6-7 ck « 919 S. Lake St. Rooms tor working girls. PO 3-5734. «-7 pk 9-19 Bdrm., 121 E. Davla, pvt. ent. is batn. PO 3-0643. f-31 ck tf Bdrm. private entrance. Ill B. Davis. PO 3-4050.. 5-9 clt tl NrtoniT If Dr. a»yi ulcers, lit n«w PUS tibleM. Past M liquids, Only lie M KM* On* ' «-M Bk «•!• WE ALWAYS CALLED IT FIELD MUSEUM, ANYWAY CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Natural History Museum will again be known as the Field Museum of Natural Hisolry. "The action was taken to permanently honor the several members of the Field family who have contributed for more than 70 years toward the building of one of the world's great museums," said James. L. Palmer, president of Hie museum. The museum originally was incorporated by a contribution of $1 million from Marshall Field as the Columbian Museum of Chicago in 1893 for the Columbian Exposition. The name was changed in 1894 to Field Columbian Museum. In 1905 the museum became known as the Field Museum of Natural History until 1943 when it was known as the Chicago Natural History Museum, a name the Fields thought would more colsely identify it with the people of Chicago. The Fields have made numerous contributions through the years to support the museum. HE TORE HIS SHIRT TO DELIVER THE CLOTHES ROBINSON, 111. (AP) - Clothier J. Clyde Kimmel, who says that in 29 years he has never failed to deliver rental clothes as promised, has been hard pressed on two occasions recently to keep that record intact. He found it necessary to drive to Mattoon a few weeks ago to retrieve two dinner jackets that were about to miss the wedding they had been ordered for. And since then, after spending $30 on long - distance calls, Kimmel discovered that 1* of the men's jackets ordered for prom night had been missent to Elwood, !nd. Leaving Robinson as soon n he finished telephoning on Thursday — at 5:45 p.m., Kimmel and his wife drove the 160 miles to Elwood, got the rentals and were back home by 2 a.m. Friday. He saved his record — and saved the day for 16 young men with dates for tht prom. Battles of Manissu The first Battle of Manassas, or Bull Run as it his been eilled, wa» (ought on July 21, INI; the second battle wn i fought on Aug. 29-30, 1862. Both battles ended in Confederate vifr tor;. You'd Crow Too... ... if an ad in The Courier News had just brought you an extra volume of business.

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