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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 25, 1951
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER W, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION D*ilj raw p*r Un« (01 oor.MCUil" Insertion: Minimum entrc* *0« 1 Hm« pit 1m. Ifto 1 limw ptT Una per d»y 120 1 tlm« p*r Uni pfr day »c « tlniffi p«r tin* per d«j 7e 12 t!m»3 p*r Un« p«i d*y Ac Uonib p*r lln* »0c Count (|T* arrr*g« wordi to iha line A4 ordvrtd (OT ihrct 01 ilx lime* and «opp*d belori eipimlon «1U be rharK- »d for >h» aunitjir ol l!me« tbi »d • ppetrtd and adjinlment or b!IJ mkdc At) cU«in*d adTfMlaing copy «ub- »l»i«d bj person! rMlcllnK ouwido of ih» cl»y mun b« fcccomp^nled bj csih RRIN miy (Aillj b» cnmputtd (mm Ihe «bor« ifcbl* AdT»rtlilns ordered for IrrrguJnr ln> •rrtloni l»l:eJ lh« on* tUnn Hbl« Mo r«ponilblll\y will b« mien (01 »ora ihkn oni Incorrect ln*erUon o/ any c:>Mlfi*o »d. A\l *d* »r« ceairlcl*d *o Iheli proper e)ft»*!(lcitlr>n «tylt »nd type- Tk« Courier Mews rej-errei lh« rlffht to idlt or r«]«ei anj *d. Apartment (OF Rent 4 room aparlmc-nt in modern duplf^- Bcndls connection, wall furnace. |M> unfurnished. Call 2113 or «60. 925 ck tf apt , private bath, Ph. 2229 altfr 5 p >n. 0 25 pk 10 2 QAT« «»Ter&l good need innc nines at A nar^nln Phone 8001. 100 Sovilh Third on Railroad. NEOCHI 8EW1NO C1J1CM 8,29 ck if Square atunilnum May tap «nd «tu- dlo Cable Nelson Piano, ph 236G, 9,10 pic 2€ BOO jr. 16 Used Tlrea, wholef-alo or re- lull, 1 or 100 All Urea K'Kuanieed. ROSE 6A1.ES CO. 401 S. 2161 fit. I'hono 4^6 S IS pk 10 1 MR DEALER Bpecltil *ale on Sanl-Plush Wholrsale Prtco Only 1 Ib. 8 07. can, 11 lo c«*e, 31.00 per case 10 or. can. 21 to case, Jl 25 per castt first come, first served ROSE 6A1.ES CO. 501 S. 21ft St. Blylhevtlle. Ark.. Ph 4&!tt fi 15 pk 10 I 3-room turn, rlgldalre. stove. 3 rm. let. futn. ap!-. private bath. hot water furn. 404 E. DavlR. Ph. 3483. 925 p* 10,2 and 2GI2. Nice 4 room untur. ant.. Ra bath, good neighborhood. Phone nlsht 236G. O.W 3 rm untur. apt, private, bath, clec. HW. healer, built In' cabinets, rr^r SOI Luke. Ph. 6049. 9;24 P* 30 3 room unfurn, apartment, private front and back eutrnnco. lull batb. N'lce location, Call at 700 B. Main or ph. 2677. J 1 ' 2 !^* " 4 room Jurn, " apt. Qooil location, 9.21 Pk 3-rm apt*,, rear 112 K, Cherry, 9J10 pk 4 rm. unfur. apt. In Rood condition. Close in, ph. 4565 or 2505. s;i9 cK tf m. unfur. apt., newly decorated, H W. heater, ph. 3325. 0115 pk 10:15 Modern, newly decorated apartment, rsnsonable. Close In. rnRram Bldg. Telephone 2276 Ofllca apace MM nvRls- \ room \mfurnlflh t<J »p*. recently ndKor*fced. Ph. 3350 or 6088. 815 ck U Modirn 1-room Small Apartments, furnished. $8 up per week. Bedrooms |4 up single. 114 West Ash, Ph. 2833. 9 8-4 ck tf USED COMBINES If it's a usorl combine you want—sen us first,] \Vc have I a very wide selection — All i Makes & Models! ; Cash or Terms- j 61 Implement Co. N. Hi way 61 Phone 2M2 8-31 ck tf ANTTFKKEZE Wholesale) pfice Only Alconor In 1 xnl. cans B gal, to cnse - 6Sc gal, Permanent In 1 gal cans 6 gal to cast- — $1.40 gal. ROSE BALKS CO. 501 5 21st SI Phone 4308 pk lO'l Service Station nnd ca/f. llvlnpr ()iiar- (rrs tipstnlrs. Soiling Brer a I present time. Priced lo cell. Possession R.L on re. call 0327. S;22 [ik 26 On« television antenna and Ic^d-ln wire. 420. Ph, flS17 or 67fi9. 0^22 pV 26 j EI.ECTnOT.DX CLEANERS Sale* - Servlcs - Sllppllon Your old cleaner Inspected fro*- OaU lor free demons I ml Ion. J n. Harris. 513 N let. Ph. 6393. fl|7 pk 107 DO TOU NEED TFHE8 KUiranteed. ROSE SALFS CO, 1 room hoii^it with half bath, must he movert from lot, cheap. 4SM Ph. 3681, 1711 W Anh. 0|13 pk 77 runmrunK Best Buy 'n Dlythrvlll* ROSE SALES CO. 501 8 21at St BlythcTllle, ArX.. Ph 4S96 _P hillips Motor Co.'s VALUES CARS '49 Ford $1095 When you come to the Fair (his wrek, Alnp ami lakh a look at this deluxe Tudor, Just Sinn;,: One of Ilic best buys you'll rlml! Until radio and hriiter. [J r 1111 a n I maroon finish. '47 Ford $895 See lliis cjir on nur lot al the (Mimrr ot Broadway a n tt Chickasawba. You'll like, the h.iiKlMiiiif K ni3' finish, the nu'llniv-tonett rntllo, the powerful heater. Our Tudor model. '47 Chevrolet $895 \Ve Invite ynu to test this car yourself before you cfinnse your U's a rnariion Aern- soilan that has lioth heat anil music—plus the kind of engine performance you want. '47 Ford $595 That's right! S5!)S. Obviously, this isn't the hest used car in Ihe United States of Amrrica. . . . lull It's one of the host buys! A '17 Ford Inr S5D5. Grey color. Healer only. TRUCKS '46 Ford $645 This Is Ihe pickup you should spe! A '.2-Ton Ford pickup for S645. Drive it—you'll like it. And you'll like fhe fine trade you'll get at Phillips Motor Co, In Blythfvllle. '47 Chevrolet $795 Is your present truck about ready for the grave? Then come nn down and try out this '47 Chevrolet H-Toii Pickup . . . iiriced at Just $195. Kquipped with a radio and heater. '47 Ford $695 Here's another example of Ihe hist buys In 111; Ihcvilli- —always offered by 1'hlllips Motor Co. A 1317 Ford 1'i- Ton Can Ik Chassis Truck for a .shade under $100. See you tomorrow. '47 CMC $695 This 1947 CMC 1 "4-Ton Cab A: Chassis Truck Is a KOO<! deal at just 5635. The tin's nre in fine shape . . . 875x10 tiros In rear. 2-speed axle, of conrw. Red body. Broadway & Chickasawba ompani] Phone 4453 LETS TRADE MY ] new trailer for 55 bushels of your | soybeans delivered this fall. I Jack Robinson Implement Co. i Osceola, Dial 520 — Blytheville, Dial 2371 i Wanted to Buy Do you have anything Uj «tll?"we fouj any klnrl of merchandise We pay mcio and -sell for let*. ! HOSE SALES CO. j 501 S, 2!st Si. ; Ptiona 4W6 ) »iia pk 10|1 FOR SALE pk 10,1 3 room [urn, Apt- Couple only, O«* squlpmcnt. Hll Ash. 921 pte IB Auto Supplies and Services Dom't •nrfingar jour frvmllj wltt »Ul ly Mr**—BUT LKK TTO FB. dlAl-MAK SEKV1C1 STA HON M*ln »Bd Dlrliion Phone SMS 12113 ck » 3 or 4 room Kerosene heater Qftort condition A Bargain Contact Gnorpe CUrk. *t 4W1 or A314. 8;23 dh tf ATTTO AXD rtmNITURB LOAKB Prompt Ft rtontl flerrlc* •*mtr*l Com net Purchase Carp IM South 9th Phnni 6803 4 » f* Service* Quilting wanted. Phone TaV« care of children day or nl PhODB 2632. P,7Q 9 27 FLOORWORK—Lay and finish old mnd new hardwood floors Ijiy asphalt »nd rubber tile and linoleum. Cnll 6767 lor frea estimate. SHELBY SELF 9,14 ph 10,14 Washing Machines repaired, ftll makes. Blytherille Machine Shop. Phone 2828. 3-6 ck tf Watch and Jewelry Repair 1-D«T enTlti on Jrwilry—3 dny" •w&.)che« tnd clocVi O\i»T»nteKl work dent b/ eip^r* r«pi!rir.en Low eat r PAT O'BRYANT Main & Second RADIO & TV SERVICE Tour E«t on th# OHntl Tor Tast «err lc« cell Uin»Mr Car] Long al BLYTHEVILLE Television A Rnriio Service IH'.i W Uals Fhoai y,M 1111S CX i TYPEWRITERS DON EDWARDS CO ill w nn>ut Plenty of Parking Space Custom Soybean Combining M. C. GRKKMYAY lilytheville, Ph. 6503 9-18 pk 10-J8 Save Money VVhen You Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GLIN HARRISON t SON FURNITURE CO. 517 W. Ash Ph. 2552 8-2 ck tf Building materials for sale t reduced prices— 800 pieces heavy galvanized oofing 26 gauge 35,000 common red bricks 5,000 Sect 1x5 14 & 16 ft. engths rough cypress lumber 10,000 feet galvanized V crimp roofing 9-10-12 foot englh. • Call 2323 Tom Little Realty Company ' "9-22 ck 29 rive -700 x JS Goodyaar White eldn- Urea and tubes . . . $50 M9 rark- way Drive. BlytbeTllle. Understood typewriter, '0. and s ^0 Al7i* rjuo Hosier, S20. 608 Heatn St Used upright -piano. 850 office size. Therm Oil 9 22 pk 26 Call S234, 8,19 pk 36 Good 5-room house and bath on Moultrie Drive, close to Central Ward school. $31)0 to ?800 cash will handle, balance ^. . . f--\~i ?35.GO per month. Price $5,310. | INODle Oil I Real Estate Farms — City Property LOANS IBltrMled IB Bu •wlllm i«. This property is now vacant —move in tomorrow. 5-room house and bath just off llwy. 61 South. This house is one year old. Price $<l,300. $1,200 cash.-balance F. H. A. ?26.50 per month. See or Call JOHNNY MARR Realtor Phone 4111 Res. Phone 2596 Glencoe Bldg. REALTORS Cecil Earls — FARMS-FARMS-FARMS ! WANTED f.'e have set era! cash buyers for afj.;e anU binu.ll farms that dLcl not, get ooted this year Will buy now subject n.'posfipsMon Jan 1. 1952 As you know $.<a of your land buyers come from ty South If you want 10 EP!| or trade your furm ate. write or cull KIAI.KS [.AND CO. BLVTHEVILLE, ARK. Phone 3322 93 etc 10^3 starred In a big MGM Musical. . . . . Old movies on TV? A local theater dug up Charlie Chaplin's "Burlesque On Carmen" lor a week's run. The film was made in 1916 . . . Paul Douglas is penciled as the leading man in "Come Back, Little Sheba." Sam Goldwyn answers Hollywood's critics In a forthcoming | magazine article titled, "Is Hollywood Through?" His answer; "As I look ahead, I see the motion picture industry of the future stronger, healthier and, I mfcht add, more profitable than today." HeJp Wanted ! Need man Lo work in our >\ovc as clerk and general store djities. Permanent position. Prefer man with experience in appliance and hardware store. See Tom A. LiUle Sr., in per- spn. No telephone calls. Modern Home Economy Store j 109 West Main St. / 9-22 ck 29 Help Wanted, Male : YOUNG MEN 33-28 neat appearing, ambitious, free to travel South western states. Calir.. a ad return tree transportation [orn- 1/ihcrl. Cash drawing account. Average earnings J7.S 00 weekly. See Mr. Morris 10 to 4 Kocel Noble. Thurs. No Phone Gills. 9 25 pk 27 Female Help Wanted tree to . Calif., YOUNG LADtES 18-2J single neat appearing travel western winter resort! and with rhapeconed group. Avrr.i^e earnings. S75 M weekly plus bonus. Transportation furnished. expenses advanrfd. Married couple considered If qualltler!. See Mrs. Lancy. Hotel Noble. Thnrs 10 R.m. to 4 p.m. No rails. 925 Jobs Wanted Ph. 6868 en ir Varstil lot. Best Icirdtlon In town lor neighborhood grorery store. Call Eflgan's Store. Dogwood EUdge. 9 3D-pit 2T Nice big lol and small 4 room house for uale. !«H>. Call Hoy sheppard. 9024 9,24 pk 30 Small grocery will Inventory lor twice fielllnj price. 5600. Ph. 364.V 0,26 pk 10? n truck or clay; i distance. E'h 4237 or 40S3 available for local or Long 9:1? pk ld;i EDSON Continued rrom Page 6 fearful that Japan will ma>;e peace and start big trading operations with Red China. This was a, shrewd diplomatic maneuver on Yoshida's part. Literally, his statement may be true. But there Is a big catch in it. Everything depends on what is considered Chiliad Manchuria, Korea Were Part of Empire far the 1930's and (he first halt of the 1940's, Manchuria and Korea were part of the Japanese empire. Japan got much of its rice and some fish from Korea, From Manchuria, Japan got soybeans, coal, iron ore, and in the later years, pit iron. To these territcries Japan shipped machinery and consumers' goods. Japan's trade with Manchuria may have amounted to 20 per cent of its total commerce. With Korea, trade may have amounted to something less than 10 per cent of the total. Pre-war trade with China proper, excluding Manchuria, may have been a relatively small part of total Japanese commerce. There are no Noble, i acc " ra ' e data on yhat Japan's phone ' trade witn China amounted to during the war years. But In this period, the Japanese tried lo establish a number of industries in China to support Japan's economy. Japan milked east China well. There are some groups in Japan which would unquestionably like to Insurance for Salt or Trade so Me radio. 0-10 Ck tf | tlrrs.' Calirorn'la Car. SUS rtr>or sportster scrian. Call 4553 For Complete Insurance Protection W. J Pollard Asjency Planned Protection m w Mb at OL.RKCOC HOTBI 8UILOIHO «> c» Blind Justice RESTAURANT GLASSES H A- M Sales Co 117 E Main, ph fiR39 9 20 ck 1(1 20 Magazine subscriptions. Ctub plan or ash For details, ph. 3834. 93 pk 103 Grey Sable. Mate. Feklncr.T. 2 mos. 'Id. registered. A K C. Ph" 231. John lalaker. Walnut Rldee. Ark. 925 pk 28 USED COMBINE BARGAINS! All makes are here for you to choose from . . . priced ns low as 5150! Sec us before you buy. (You'll be glad you did!) DELTA IMPLEMENTS, INC. 322 So. 2nd. Phone GSG3 0-25 ck tf - . ,-._ ^... . For sale or tntlc. '2 ml. N of LearhviMe <k i ml West. SPC anytime after 5 p.m. Johnson Bros Farm S,25 pfc 28 Notice SAT folk*, avoid the rush oil Mote cleaned and ready t«r. call Harry Myers. «]49. 93 pk 10 3 WHAT An outstanding liome, 5J room Stonckote, corner lot, floor furnace, atlic fan, hardwood floors, large closets, built-in cabinets ami nil the other extras to make a house a home. In GI loan. Nice 7-room house on dou- ilclot, rear of new high school. „.„ ,„ lias floor furnace, Venetian ; hm " d knn " 8 """>"< •=--, ii-i i ., , tlffl pulnl Inb on any rrpal blinds and other modern con- \ »3.oo or mnr. m. • I'enionccs. Also lias largo garage with workroom adjoining, and rental house in rear. Have several farms from -10 acres up. CIDENT If Accident heie> damaged thi In 1 1 i Cates-Wiggs Co. lln S. Third Ph. 2751 or 4268 9-22 ck 27 HUDSON 9ALJK For Sole, Misc. I/ you want to sell or buy USED FURNITURE see us. Arnold &Gaines 406 East Main Ph. 6357 2-26 ck tf PIANO F<ir brs! b:.iys in any p!ano.jpmtt- S"no or ;:-r;i. TC a Isrpf rtl^pla- a'. O. K. KOi;<-K PtANO COMPANY iSI Union Avf.. MemphLs e ;i ck 10,1 SPECIAL Thor Spinner Washer, this machine has a nr\v motor, and a brand ne\v unit with a full] **ears guarantee. §16.50 down, j 51.35 week. I B. F. Goodrich Co. 1 -117 W. Main Phone G331 9-25 ck 26 Have house located north of Kroger Store on First Street, 2 apartments, one 3 rooms with bath, one -1 roams and j bath, separate lii;hls. water i and bnths. Nearly new plumb-1 ""Vh°«;7 ing fixtures for sale. House must be moved within 30 days afler purchase. House only for sale. Call 2323 or see Tom Little Realty Co., 109 West Main Street. 0-22 ck 20 \ ST. LOUIS UFJ—Justice has &1: ways been described as blind. And t Laverne Crawford is willing to conj cede that fact, although not in the UMial sense. 1 Crawford, a truck driver, was have your '. 1A "^ n ^s to a shooting here recently. i'in- '• But .since he can't raise enough. ' money for bond, he k being held j m jail as a material witness. H ro no CK CAST OP AN AC | may be -«;ix nionths before the case completed. The accused slayer, meanwhile, is tnt of Ja;i—free under $15,000 bond. i IN THE PROBATE COURT, I rillCKASAWBA DISTRICT, ! MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 2067 MRS. I7ILLA SPAIN, deceased NOTICE F-.i-l knovn address of decedent: 218 West Kentucky, Blytheville. Arkansas. D.Ac of cif-sim: September 8. 1951. The undersigned \vas appointed administrator ol Ihe estate ol the above-named decedent on the 15th day of September. 1951. work ol lc CAT is paint* dAmagtd parls Pir^ Ttckrt irnlce call S nlichl* BURNETT SIS Bant Main 433 ck 11 WALKER INSURANCE Glencoe Hotel Building Phone 4360 Fire—Auto—Casualty Protection at I,ow Cost J. G. "Boh" Barnes \V. L.."Bill" Walker 7-16 ck t For Sale. Car* and Trucks WESTKND APTO PALES ' Cht&prsl Oood Cars In 2\ Car* A Trnry* We Real CATS i* Tru Private Rooms tur. bedroom, For Sale, Real Estate Have -I - room house and large pile of scrap lumber for sale. House have to be torn ({own. Bargain. Call 2323, Tom Little Kealt< Co. 9-22 ck 29 450 acre cattle r^nrh. IPO arrr? ! mcitlow, balance o p n n \vooci1anrt Foncpft and cross fpnrrfi. Sn^ooth roll- • In? llmrslone O?-ir>; land; nurs coort j rattle barn;.? ho\i5<-it in Ei x>f1 rrp^lr; rtstcrn. well: cellar, smoVrhoiisf. I rhlc);rrt honj-r: nrrinrrl; rrrrk; 4 springs; larpfi pond lUrh f.r-hool b'is. ' mall, clccirlclty. J2d per nctc. Carrj-- . Inc 100 head rattlp ; PAlib SLOAN, ph I«7W Wilnut Rldg«, Ark. 935 pk 26 N!rr br-rlroom. rr* v ai* b tranrp. rioye In, Ph, 4132. rl and *-n p 22 rX verified, to the imdcr^igned within ^ix months from the date of the first publication ol this notice, or they .shall be forever barred and preclud- rd from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 18th day of September, 1951. t-oe Hill, Administrator Rnu'.e 4, Box 415, BlythevlUc, Ark. Reid and Roy, attorney^. 8,18-25 Wonted «o Renf 1 nr itcll's " I"' =Pt. Bobby Trrrce. 922 ptt 2« For City Service Station & cafe,' ~Mn^r~c^bi^7~i located-Ark-Mo State Lino, c(- c f^ u L h :J? 5 l_ ficienov apt., upstairs. Selling I 3 rm lin f"f house. beer. Station rents for tc'per i -^ - LaXc - Ptl 3 pal gas sold. Doinp j^oori husi-! 0 ^h"«o Hollywood Continued Irom P.iffe 6 . n-ir.ufacturfrt under the Kit Carson Apt? . Lo-.l Rov ' 9 15 ck 1! 15 neps, immediate Call or 9927. see Mrs. possession. F?titu'li. Ph. 9-24 pk 27 h e d r Axh Si Ih A: Rot w^trr 9 10 pV 76 o m Ad Jot nine r^m Turn, hou •Shor t Tn k er>: Jo a n cJra vf ord '•• of RKO'? ""ITie Korean Sl«y." | fihp couldn't ngrce with Howard | Hughes on ifrms, billing and mon- j f 'V -... W.irner Bros, and Janice j II'i'c flre railing it a day . . . Des- j I*--* 1 cousin lo (hn contrary. Lana I T'n nr-r is carrying a lorrifir torcV j for Bob Toppinc . . . Frrd As(a!re i and Nanette Fab-ray will b« co- ] COMING To Blytheville Friday, Oct. 5 ** ** SLIM RHODES ** ** FREE Entertainment All Day NATIONAL COTTON PICKING CONTEST Walker Park Special Night Show American Legion Auditorium Fri.Oct.5 CHILDREN ..... ADULTS T»T Included 60c USCD CAR BAPGAIHS at Sullivan-Nelson's • 1948 Ford V-S 5-Passenger Coupe: equipped with luxe radio, Fresh-Air heater and defroster .. .a beautiful one-owner car • 1949 Ford V-8 5-al'ssenger C'oupe: equipped with radio, spodighf, healer and defroster .. .a real buv at , • 1940 Plymouth 2-door Sedan equipped with hot wafer heater. . .now priced at only • 1947 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan with large healer. . .yours at the bargain price of .... • 1919 Chevrolet i/j-Ton Pickup Truck .. .a terrific value al only $995 $385 $895 $595 • 1946 Gi\IC !/ 2 -Ton Pickup Truck... make a real trade on this truck.. .only .... • 1941 CMC '/2-Ton Pickup Truck: The tires are almost new, motor completely overhauled • 19'18 Chevrolet '/, -Ton Pane] Truck that O7QK looks and runs like a new one...a dandy ylSID Many more to choose from. Easy GMAC Payment Plan Remember, You Can Always Get A Good De«l at SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY 3»1 West Walnut Phone 4578 see this China trade reestablished, regardless of political considerations. But what, is not generally realized Ls that during the past year, under Ehe American occupation, japan has imposed many eX- port controls which have materially cut down trade with China and other Communist-controlled areas. The assumption Is that Japan will keep these export controls In effect even after the peace treaty li ratified. Prom the American business viewpoint, there .will also be pressure on Japan to guarantee personal and property rights for U. 3 A investment, permit withdrawal <£ capital and profits, prevent dumping of goods on U.S. markets and eliminate other unfair'trade practices. SHEET METAL WORKS OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 14 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone 2651 BEST BUYS! 1950 Oldsmobile Rocket "88" A magnificent dark blue 4-door Sedan. Has all (he accessories that you could ever CIAAC 01995 »nt an,tooui ito LliaL y UU want. (Hydramalic, loo). 19)8 OLDSMOBILE 2- door Sedan with Hydra-' matic Drive, radio and healer. A fine car (even new tires). . .$1005. 1919 CHEVROLET '/ 2 Ton i'ickup with deluxe cab, air-ride tires...a clean truck.. .$S95. 1919 CHEVROLET "/ 2 Ton I'ickup with deluxe cab. has holh radio and healer . .5895. 1950 FORD Custom 2- door Sedan with overdrive, new tires, radio and heater.. .§1295. 1950 CMC 3/4-Ton Pickup with excellent (ires. Here's a low mileage truck at a bargain . . . 51035. 1949 CHEVROLET 2- Ton Truck with new motor, short wheelbase, 900 x20 tires, saddle tanks, 5lh wheel. ..$1095. New CMC Trucks! Right now. . .today. . .you can choose from a complete selection of new GMC Trucks ('/i-Ton to 4- Ton models), short and long wheelbase trucks. That's good news. Don't he disappointed—choose thr truck you'll need in (he years to come.. .now! HORNER WILSON MOTOR CO Your OMsmobile-GMC Truck Deoltr ^ Used Car Lot - . - 300 East Main Street Just Call 6151

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