The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1967 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 28, 1967
Page 13
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TArSJ Court* !?«w - TfiuwiJay, Bomber M, 1MT- Paw Thlrtwa THE CLEANEST CARS IN TOWN 'fij BUICK Wildcat J door H.T., V8, automatic to-ans., radio and heater, white sidewall tires, power steering and brakes, factory air condition$1995 •67 RAMBLER !Ubel SST, 7.000 actual miles, 5 year or 50,000 mile factory warranty vinyl top, bucket seats, front seat arm rest, equipped with automatic trans., radio and heater* white sldewatl tlrea, power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioner. Green mist with black vinyi top. $2695 '64 FOR Galaxie '500' 4 door H.T., automatic trans., radio and heater, white aidewall tires, power steering, factory air conditioner. $1195 •67 CHEVROLET Impala « door H.T., low mileage, T8, automatic trans., radio and heater, white sidewall tires power steering, factory air conditioner. $2895 '6*3 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door H.T.. low mileage, automatic trans., radio and heater whitft sidewall tires, factory air conditioner $2395 '65 BUICK Wildcat Convertible, bucket seats, operating floor console, automatic trans power steering and brakes $1995 '65 BUICK Special 4 door sedan, V-6 engine, automatic traits.. radio and heater, new $1495 'fA OLDS 44* Cutlass, t door, bucket "seats, low mileage, one owner, automatic trans, radio and beater, new goodyear speedway blue line tires, factory air conditioner, wire wheel covers. $2650 '65 VOLVO 4 door, automatic trans. t rAdlo and heater new white lidewaii tires $1295 '64 OFEL 2 door sedan. $495 '57 CADILLAC Convertible, an outstanding car, radio and healer, white si dew all tires, automatic trans., power steering and brakes, factory air conditioner $595 McWATERS MOTOR CO. "HomeofKwikSery." Broadway & Walnut Ph. PO 3-4555 Continued From rracaedlnq Pags For Sato Cart & Trucks WANTED Someone To Take Up Pymts. New & Used Merchandise MONTHLY PAYMENT 4 G.f. Room Site | Air Conditioner, used 3 met.. 1 C.I. AM-FM Console Stereo, very nice , G.f. 23" Black end White T.V. $ Free Roll-Around Stand, 6 mas. old 4 A Bicycles, all brand new |U 20% '8.00 .'10 10 '5.00 TOYS-TOYS-TOYS 50% OFF Close - Out On All 1967 Model G. E Appliances • Color T.V.'s • Stereos • BLACK & White T.V/s 194J Oh«V. Impala, Sports Coup with power steering, power brake*, factory air conditioning, radio, white- wall tlrwr. two tone paint. Call PO 3-89*1 after 8 p.m. Can be financed. 12-27 pk 1-13 IMA'Oldf "88" 4 dr. hardtop, 32.000 miles Excellent condition. Good buy. Small down payment. 7-aay term*. PO 2-2397 after 6 p.m. 12-27 pk: 12-31 WHEN YOU THINK OF TRUCKS, THINK OF EQUIPMENT CENTER. 12-14 ck tf 1680 Valiunt S.W. by owner Make eas, offer. LE 2-5995. 12-8 pk 1-8 For Sale or Rent star* bulMinr 35* x M', 310 2. Main. Call PO 3-3483. 9-15 ck U 1968 OldB 4 *-. HT sedan. Ml extra*, Includ' \e tape player, gold with sold Interior. Less than 2,000 miles, Sales tax paid. Liet lor *4871.00 Sell for 43950.00. No tiAd* Fbon» PO 3-6087 after 8 p.m. 12-5 pic 1-8 1967 Chevrolet Impala Wagon. Reduced to $2895. PO 3-7653. 11-27 pic 12-M HtIp Wanted •mploynr. 12-28 Ot. 1.' ExD«rleac«d caoK needed. Call O i--am BUitla Inn. H-ai tt tt CANTED BOYis Th« Courier New* toon will have openings for young men between ages of 12 and 15, who will be assigned to deliver the paper in their neighborhoods. Contact Ted Brown, Courier News. SALESMAN WANTED Excellent opportunity t» m«»« GOOD/VEAR SERVICE- STORES! 131 E. Main—Ph. PO 3-6140 Half, Wanted Mai* or ATTENTION — tt you n«d A70D products or would Uh to sell Atoti, call PO 2-2000., address and phone number. . 4-27 cfc tf WANTED— Man or iaay vr&o care* (or their family, wants tha liner things in Ufe not content wlti. 4100 per week. Wants their own builueu n ba their owii boos. For Interview write U. P. Taylor. Box 375 o; 0*1) WX 2-4MB JODMban. 8-3 ek « I, Gaorge H. Robertson, will not be responsible for any debt other than those contracted by myself from this date forward. 12-28 pk 12-31 QOSNELL'S NEW WASHETERIA IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. ALL NEW EQUIPMENT- IN TOWN &, COUNTRY BUILDING IN QUALITY ACRES 1 MILE NORTH OF AIRBASE. 12-12 ck 1-14 BAR-B-CUE LOVEttS. F°r f eal pit bar-be-cue visit the "61 Pig" across from Liberty Super Market. WB do custom barbecuing. PO 3-9610. 12-9 ck 1-10 ALTERATIONS - ANT TYPE REASONABLE PRICES. WELL EXPERIENCED. FAST SERVICE. PO 3-0885. 12-4 ck tf PECANS STEWARTS - 50c a pound NtvtWft pecan* cracked. Custom cracking. JftHknoa Farm. Hwy. 35. Steele, Mo. 695-3612. 12-2 wp 1-3 , The Mississippi county onion Mission needs your surplus clothing household Items, hardware, furniture, etc. Please call PO 3-8380 01 bring to Walnut & Laded*. 4-18 ck tf Guaranteed saw riling. Hand sawn skill saws Call LE 2-5238 after 5 p-m. 8-23 ck tt Electrolux galM Si fierrlta PO 3-9598. Grsdy Lee. n*H ok 1-13 Lett ft Pound Lost — 4 month old f«mal« cocker spaniel In vicinity of N. Second and Moultrie. Brown and white. Lost Dec. 23 $20 reward. Call PO 3-0250 after 6 p.m. 12-27 pit 1-5 Lost between Saiewas parking lot and Main St. Glasses !n brown frame. Please return to 114A West Main St. or Call PO 3-3198 before 9:30 a.m. or after 5:30 p.m. 12-27 pk 12-30 Lost — black & silver male German, Shepherd, ans. to Duke. Has chain. Collar with tags. If found or seen call PO 3-3566. PO 3-3764. Liberal Reward. 12-23 wp 1-2 Found - Cocker spaniel puppy. Call US • '5150 between 5:30 - 9 p.m. 12-12 pic 1-8 Lost—10 month cia brown mixed German Shepherd puppy. 409 S 20th St. P ,0, Box 524. 11-7 p* 1-8 Position Wanted RpBponslble position wanted with local firm. Billy R. Chapman. PO 3-6524. 12-27 pk 12-30 Prlvat* Rooms Nlc« warm rooms. Private entrance. Ill X. DaTls. PO 3-4050. 11-30 ck tf Wanted to Buy Baby and children's clotnes boujht PO 3-9916. 12-5 pk 1-8 WantM Riders to Ft. Hood, Tex. Friday. PO 3-9058. 12-28 pk 12-30 Will bay old Buna and pistols. O'Steen's Jewelers PO 3-4522. 11-1 ek tf WANTED: Oserf Juncture. HaUell White. Ph. 3'«QM trt PO 2-2045 11-1 ck tj Blytheville Courier News USED CARS AT THEIR BEST! '66 PONTIAC Catalina 4 door itdan, paw- •r storing and brakes, factory air conditioner, radio and heater, white sidewall tiret, beautiful silvermisr, see this beauty today, bargain priced! '66 PONTIAC Catalina 4 door sedan, power steering and brakes, factory air conditioner, radio and heater, white sidewall tires, solid white color, real savings on this one! '64 FORD Country Sedan Station Wagon, power steering and brakes, factory air conditioner, 41,000 actual mile car, new rubber, rack on top, a bargain! '66 OPEL 2 door sedan, this Is a real economical bug and it's priced to make someone happy. Real peppy! CARLOCK PONTIAC COMPANY STH AND WALNUT PH. PO 3-6817 WANT BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS -! ^'VfSLjK-eSasgg «3gsn^*^ Sft. Robert t. O'Maller of the V.S. Marine Corp* uat th« Corp*' firit Medal of Honor winner in the Vietnam campaign. In addition to the Medal of Honor, hr. holdt tha Purple Heart, the ffacy Unit Commendation, tha Good Conduct Medal, the National Defame Service Medal, and the Vietnam Service Medal. He narked at a netctfanerbay far tht Long lilani (N.Y.) ST4S SOVttNAL from June, 1955, to March, 1961. A salute to America's newspaperboys from a former member of their ranks—Sgt. Koijcrt E. O'Malley, first Marine Corps Medal of Honor winner in theJVietaam^campaign. "Being a newspaperboy gets your future off" to a flying rtart. I believe it develops trails, that are important whether you are going to be an anginacr, * biMUUM man, * banter of a Marine. "H toaelwi a )ro«ng man dependability and the art of getting along with people—the Meetsary ingredient! for niccew. "Newspaperboy* Jearn how Sp nianage raoney end the importance of saeing somt jar futurt needs—it so many of these boys do by Investing th«r savings in U.S. Savings Bonds • regularly. "Tht dollars they save might help put them through college some day. But right now, . they lack up our men in Vietnam and help : keep our country strong. a<lv , "I'm as proud to have been t new»n»perboy M I arj a Marine. They are both big jobs. "So, in honor of Newipaperbof Day 196T, I salute you. Yon and your circulation managers are doing a great job. Keep up tha good work!" U.S. Savings Bonds, new Freedom Shares «•«. **»«•** •»•

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