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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1981 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION P*r line (or coneecntlve _ D»UF n Insertion: Minimum chare* ,, p , jnc 1 ita* per line ., 750 2 time* per line per day 13c 3 times per line per day ....... DC- 6 times per line per day ,. fc 13 times per Hn« per day 5c Month per line 90c Count five averape words to thr line. Ad ordered (or three or Fix limes and etopped bfTare expiration win be rhiiiv- fd for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All ctassirird advertlilntr copy cuh- mHtfd by persons ifslrilnp: oinslde of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may easily ba computed from the above table-. Advertising orrfrrcd for irrfculnr in- tcrtlonfi lakes t)it> one time tRble. No responsibility <vW be liken for more than one Incorrect InErrtlon o! mny clas-slffcd arl. All «ds ure restricted to theLr proper classification, style and lypp. Thp Courier News reserves the right to edll or reject snr nd. Notice We wish to lhank each nnd cvf-ry one of our friends nnrf nol«)ihorfi lor thp klndnpss Bhown us In thp loss of our hplovrd son and hrothrr, nnd his famllr We nlso ttinni: you for thft beanllful flowers pont. nnd thank Brother Owens and hfs wlfp ami Hj-other Jorntgan. far thrir consofln? words, and employees of MeycrB nnk- ery for their special It I nd nesses, Mrs, Annie Hell Brown, Mother Brothers and sisters I0;t7 pk IS John Deere 12-A Combine, RaUu-rod 2 crops. In splendid condition, Phonr **"• JO,15 jik 11 condition and looks tlk/> nr*'. lor 455. V>> h.ive lu-o machine* nnd do not need this one. Ph. 3211, 10 Lfi jifc M Two slaw Bhow C-ISCA, and nil heater; IMO notice Pickup, inquire at Clnra'K Shop. loifi cfc 2:1 5 rooms (urnltiirr, Mrs. Walson, fl!4 Hearn- Also house for rent. 16 pk 23 SPENCERS Health and fiiylc. loofe and ffrl yo-ir hmt. phone 43Q2, after 7:7,0 pm bo- fora 7:30 a.m. Mrs John Lmit. deafer. 103 pk 2J Cypress, Cottonwoorl lum- hnr. 2V> mi. N.W. of Half Moon, Ph. 6363. G. G. Flowers. 10-1 pk 11-1 Apartment fo* Rent 7 room lurnLshrd apt. Private, bath. Ph, 4267, IO;17 pit 20 Modern 2 rm fur npt, butane heat. Ph. 45«5 or 2595, J0:i« cfc tf ^ room unfur. «pt.. with hath, floor furnace. Gna. Close in: tile brick. (41.SO, ph, 2612. night 236fi. 10;i5 pk Zl PrlTAtB tin lorn. 2 rooms A hath. Zlectrlo urnter heftier. New pnper. Olran. lAd>- llvlnn alone spe this. Nice for working e'rls or couples. On Main St. Ph. 3671, niter 5. 3-135. 4 10,13 pk 21 Furnished bedrooms, by day or week. •Ifio unfur. apt*. 310 W. Walnut. 10J12 pk 19 RESTAURANT CLASSES II. A M Sales Co 117 K Main, Ph MSI 3.20 rV; JO 20 "USED COMBINE BARGAINS! All makes are here for you to choose from . . . priced ,ns low as $150! See'iis be fort- yon liny. (You'll be K la<! you did!) DKI.TA IMVUCMKNTS. INC. 322 So. 2nd. Phone 68R3 9-25 ck If USED -COMBINES H it's a itnecl comiwie von want—soo us first! We have a very wide selection — All Makes & Models! -Casli or Terms— 61 fmplement Co. N. Iliwny 61 Phone 2142 8-31 ck tf Modern apt., 3 rooms and balh. newly decorated, [rood, furniture. B"s equipment. Ph. 3373. F. Simon. 9.21 ck U 3 3-ropm. unfur., «pts. m, bat Wired for electricity. Ph. 3288, 10.11 pk 3 rm. unfi.r. npt., private bnlb, gocxl locution. Ph. 332.V I0;e pk 1116 Antique dresser lor sale, Plffisp inquire aflcr 6 p.m. Mrs, Olftrtyfi MrAr- tmnr, Holland. Mo. 10.17 pk 20 I9SQ Hudson; 5 room oil hriucr; 2 i* hpmors. Di. 0731 or c,W) nltrf fi m - io;n pk 20 , Vf I P for Sale, Real Estate Wl«fly fur. 3109, 108 W. s. E!ec, kUclipn- Ph 10J12 pic 13 room until rrmried upt.. recently ecorAted. Ph. 2350 or 6036. Small Apartments, furnished. $8 up per week. Bedrooms $4 up single. 114 West Ash Ph. 2833, 8-4 ck tf Auto Supplies and Services AUTO GLASS N«w or Used WADE AUTO SALVAGE Phone 3785 9-26 ck tf ftont enrtanB«r your family with f«u»T tlrw—BUY LEE TIRES. CHAPMAN SERVICE STATION UnLn nnd Division Phone 2563 1J|13 ck 1C AUTO AND FURNITURE LOANS Prompt Personal srnlcft General Contract Purchase Corp. ifiS South 5th. Piionn 6603 Baby sluing by hour, dar or nlehl. 817 Clarlt. Ph. 60an. 15 pfc lg We do emtom rjoan thrr-Khlnir. W. T Lollar te Son, Blylhevlllp. Ark., Ph. Washing Machines repaired, all makes. Blytheville Machine Shop. Phone 2828. 3-6 ck tf Watch and,Jewelry Repair 1-Dsj trrvlcr on Jewelry—3 dtivs nn watches nnrt clocks Ounranteccl" work (lone by expert repairmen. Lowest price*. PAT O'BRYANT Main & Second TYPEWRITERS DON EDWARDS CO 111 W. Waln-jt Phone 3362 Plenty of Parking Space Custom Soybean Combining M. C. GREENWAY Blytheville, Ph. 6503 9-18 pk IO-1S For Sale, Misc. CLOSE OUT SALZ 4 new oil heaters— Oulberson. was S?87S. no* HO Le.TlA Super, was SI15 now J75 International, was !K9vi, n o^ s?9 VIcomatlc. wa^ Jioi no-* !5j 1. o. ROBIN60N LU'MBKR 'co. 10,4 ck 11 4 Save Money When You Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GL1N HARRISON & SOX FURNITURE CO 517 W. Ash Ph. 2552 8-2 ck tf Attractive, modern 2 bedroom house. Perfect condition, nlllc Ian. floor furnace. Holly fitreet new- sedition. Phone 3676. 9 2tt pk 10 , 2 9 Real Estate Farms—City Property LOANS If t«fr«rwt»4 tn Buylnt or Ml)j»c »«• Noble Gill Agency REALTORS — Cecil Earli — Gleneoe RMg. Ph. 6868 REAL ESTATE If interested in a homo or farm, see us. We have iiny- thififf from a vacant lot to a plantation. CITY & FARM LOANS CATES-WIGGS REALTORS 115 S. 3rd. St. Blytheville, Ark. Ph. 2751 or .J2G8 10-3 ck tf IT'S NOT JUST THE PRICE it's The '49 Ford MITE'S the late mnnVI car you've bMTi planning to buy! A IS IS Fnni custom ileluxe Tudor Srtlan ofjiiitiiH-d with lu'.ilor arifl j;iis-savinn ovpr- flrivc; Giimt-louklne bliick rln- Isd. '49 Ford $1095 IVIi.it .1 value! fm.iginr a cnorl lo.ikliiR Ford Tuilor Sedan /or only $1035! \Vhon J-IHI glimpse Hie shining iiixmrin flnlsh, ynu'll know It's a fine car. Ila- tllo ami heater, too. $1245 '49 Ford '47 Ford $795 Motor Co. has the |ilrkii|> for you! This '49 Forn U a htfkupva food bur »' S795. Wan< lo drive II? Cnrae on down In Hrnadwa.v ^ C'hlcka- s.iwha In Hlytheville , . it's ready lo to! '48 CMC $645 This OMC 1-1/2-Ton Cah & Chassis Truck k otforcil lo you nniv for just J6I5I ir ilial's Hie kind of truck you've fill on your mind, (hen don'l pasi this one up. It's a buy! Thill's rlRhl—you rr:id U - rrrlly. This Is » sharp 19(7 Ford Tuijnr Scrim (nr only SSOS! Equipped wllh » Rood hitter, this Ford Is Ihe popular sun niiilal Krcy color. '39 Oldsmobile $325 If you're tanking for a jtcind hu.v in a nhpap, oMc-r model car. tlir-n si-c Ilils '3^ <)]i| s . .tusl SSZS! It's Rot htitli > radio anil a liralcr AM) a price l.iir that's mlghly low. $595 '47 Ford $695 Make a htller truck trade hy turning lo Phillips motor Co. In nlylherlllc. This I-1/2-Ton Cab & Chassis Truck is priced at a low, low J69.i—so drlvo down tomorrow. '48 Ford $795 Here's quile a buy on a Pickup. This W-Ton model Is a good-looking truck (lias new cream paint job). [I'll jive you a lot of wrvlce at our low price of J795. Broadway & Chickasawba ompaiiy Phone 4453 Don't Wait Too Late for your SOYBEAN LOADER. You can now gtjt a MAYRATH 'Loader from Jack Robinson Implement Co. Osceola, Dial 520 — Blythevtlle, Dial 2371 SEEINC-EYE" FOR A DOG—There are thousands of dogs who serve 3.5 "eyes" Inr blind persons, but "Barney," a 16-year-old blind nnd dent cocker spaniel at St. Petersburg, Fla., may be the first dog to have his own "secing-eye" animal. Barney's friend and constant companion is the four-year-old chimpanzee named Joan, seen abova relaxing with her charge. H«(p YfmnttJ As-Mlrrrt Inroms BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Man or Wonit Private Rooms I-Ce bedroom, 2 beda. men or lartlr.q. Steam heat. ph. 3325. 10.17 pit IJ'17 3 comfortAbla uetlrooms. Ph- 2813 10.5 pk IJ|5 T~:^35S~ I ^ ^.a-ra-ir^ vcrllsflcl lo tills nrr«, A tfilcd and I ' px ll - 4 provr-rj buslfirM - dpprrjslon proof nnd an Itnmrcjlntr: rnonri'-mnktr. No selling: no e^pffrloncft tipedpd, IdcM part.- tlma ^'ork lo start, with ntorlu ni> to S3W niunihl)-. J-M1I time prcillt* much more. Invrst Only J540 lo J810 Vonr Inrr-sloirnt /ully secured h<r triulrmeni, fjftnorilKp. nntl contract, l.lbrrnl llnnnclai i\«lslancn cnahlps rnpld rKpnnslon-Rftcr pstahllshnipnl. For personal Inlc-rrlric. wrttp ^ivlnir npc. rclrrcnoc-s and trlrnhone niltn- ocr. Don't put It on. Write today, BUCHANAN" SM.E5 COMPANY Supr-rvond Dcpnrtriient P. O. Box 1208. Shrrvcport. La. 10|li pit 19 j FOR RENT: Business Prop- lerty on the corner uf Walnut '& Franklin, in Blytheville. 3 sizes of buildings to fit any business area now offered Take one or all. For information, contact PAUL BYRUM. I 9-26 ck tf Slcam h«5ted Iront bedroom, adjoining t»th. close In, Men '.Only. ph. Tlr«. burglar proof safes Smalt Fares taken In. Ph 4097. 10,4 pX 11,4 NEW HOMES New ami modern is this attractive 5 room house, and bath. Breozewny and iiUiiclierl garage, attic fan, floor furnace ami roll down stairs. Large lot. Choice neighborhood, paved street, at 707 Illinois. KUA approved, price ? 12,000. New and modern 5 room house and bath, same neighborhood, same street KHA approved, price ? 10.000. Modern a bedroom house on Pecan Avenue, in lop condition. All 3 houses close to new liigh school. See or Call JOHNNY MARR Realtor Phone -1111 Res. Phone t>,=i!)ri 10-lfi ck tf Good SO arrr? or l.T .=?rx. Mo. S rn^ ^f>;i'r *n> 11f John H. smith, tf; s 2i<: in is Help Wanted, Male WATKINS DE.M.KR WANTED — In MI,-Mr,?lp[>l C(jumy. Opporlunliy or a !lfr-llm« for w-lde tuvnke men, Pcr- niBncnl, rlontant nnd profitable. Earning? J75 ivoeX-ly at start posstrile. Cnr e^snntlnl Cnn start >'on on credit hiisu Write The J [i, Witklns com- panT. ncpt. R-10. Memphis, Tenn. 10,17 pk I« EDSON Business Opportunities WANTED DISTRIBUTOR OR DEALER ^^•o^l^^s oLelpst nnri largest mnmifac* tnrer of Continuous Ire cream .V Fro/cn CmtRrd Machines. Wrlle. call or wlr<-: LANE Jt McCI.AIN. 3605 Live o.ik Si.. Dallas. Ti-x.. Phone VIcloi fi719. 10 (7 p>: 20 Wanted to Buy Continued from page 8 definition of what Hip next Republican ciinciklnte should be. And ever since, people have been trylnp lo lit the definition to Tail, Eisenhower. Warren, Stnsscn. "At election time the average voter first, asks, 'Is he my kind o[ fella?'" began the senator. "The question, 'Is he an administrative Rentns?' conies second. In addition tr> these requirements . . our candidate must . demonstrate that he is as friendly as a puppy bill also thnt. he has H backbone of finest steel and the ability and character necessary to master the most Im- porlhnt job in the worlrt." Anybody having nil these attributes should applv to GOP headquarters. W.llch Thai Tnnfiie. Senalor Sen. John McClellan of Arkansas was credited with one of the most notable rpcrnt slips-of-thotorlgtie <inrin» I he investigation of Demo- Iratid'Chaiman Bill Boyle's connection with the RFC-LiihofoId loan. "It Is the job of this committee to protect, the innocent." said the senator solemnly, "as well as the guilty." Just a Karrner al Hparl " There is probably less show and front to Republican Sen. George D. Aiken of Putney. VL. than any man In Congress. He Is still fundnmcn- tnlly n New England farmer and i he lists that as his occupation in the Congressional Directory. Washington society hasn't rubbed off on him I at all. Not long ago the senator was ; seen showing a group of his con- istiruimts throiiRh the Capitol corridors. The visitors were all dressed up tn their Sunday best. Senator Building a x 1O—10 x 12 Eultable for ofricp- C- A. Miller, 549 Parkway Dr., Blnlierllle. Ion pi 20 Wonted Two employed clrls to ^hare 4 room turn, up;. -.vUh finnther emplo.ved girl, Ph, aa-ll tielnrn noon. 10 11 pk 16 for Rent W r'^r-rr. mirurnlsripd honsr 115 SI . 1'ii, .1-106. 10 Ifi pic 23 MORRIS 2 bodrwin ap! . propane bent, elec- tiln hot »a:rr hratrr. hardwood lloors. shower in t,,h, cntrmce disposal. Over Ho;n^r-u ilsr>ji ,\totor Co. It's nice J30 monttl tleor^e M. l.re. Ph 6961 10 IS cK 23 3 rm fur house in-t b.ith rtv ^^3fi, 1016 pk 19 Ptnrntzc =pacn convenlenllv located. ^ 3JM _ !!).< pk II.4 nor Modern Cahlns i AptsT For Rent or Lease Tor rent or lease. CHEAP Pool m and rcstv.irant rornhlnp. Only one In town. Nr\v cqulpinent RoaAon —too many lions in the fire Binldins ncludcri. L103'd Doofcer, Holhmfl. Mo. ' 11 pk ]g For Sale, Cars and Trucks KECKSHER VVfiSTEND AUTO SALES Ph <2U - JIM as-.tl Kenwood We Finanrp "Chcaprit r;<v>d c-.irs In To»-n" 25 Cnrs A- TnuS:s We Kent Cars A: Tr:;cVt! f 20 tf Lost and Found 4 rr>c>m housr \vnh hith 2121 c.iro- lvr» A\niiic Kcvs are at 21U Carolyn. Immediate r""rsMon. J. G. Walking. Ht I. l,Mr. Ark. 13 pk , S Unfur 3 rcvim house Ph. fi2.W MrV J _ E Lawrence. m 13 pi, ao 5 room st:ir,-n ho-ifr, « irccl for electric ,:ove. InrdB-r-cd floors, snn ? a, v , er ?. . Ih. 4.i*s or 2505 10 13 ck' t! 2 room ho-.isr. white only. Ph J.nr> _ 10 12 pk 2fi Insurance Call 4553 For Complete Insurance Protection \V- J. Pollard Agency Planned Protection "4 IV Ash SI Gt.EN'COK HOTEL BU1LD1NX1 ^ s ck Continued from Page 8 and tvortcd general delivery, city rlistriuiition and the money order window since then. He went to the registry winriou*. where he | handles rrcislercd and C.O.D. mat!. I Like ninny postal employes. Mr | Morris ti.is had his experience with [bnnratn hunters. | "Diirmi; World War I." he says, "when Ihe two-cent stamp went up !o (hrrc cent;:. I had one woman wanting to buy 200 or the cheaper is.Mie 'before the price went up.' i ins! explained to. her that it still jwoulrt cost three cents to mail a letter." Another {irne, he overheard a woman Irll a frirnd. "I buy all my (stamps over at the hotel . . . They • hn'.c better stamps over there." j N'ol Competing "Wr weren't in competition so it oirtn't bother me." Mr. Morris says. Mr. Morris MM liicd in Blylhp- ville since J.in. 6. 1B09. after mov- '.txiJ here from a farm near Riplry. 'I'riiii. his birthplace. "I In erf in the house where I wns br.ru until ; wa.s 23 years old." he sa;d. Hr has lived in only live houses m 66 years Snd four have been in Hlytheville. He moved here to operate a meat market on Main Street with a haff- brother. Bryant Morris, and operated that until Joining the post-office. He married Miss viola Colcman Dec. 3). 1308. nnd now lives with his wife and daughter. Mrs. Amy Ruth Oordnn, near the city limits on the east side of town. Mr. Morris has met many people while working the windows and says that has been a lot of enjoyment. "Once. T thoucht I knew everyone in town, but later fount) out that wasn't so." Other experiences? Once a woman called and asked how she should pack a uatrb for the mails. "I told her to wrap and tie it ^ecureiy" he said. She came back with. "How about packing it in alka seltzer?" Nnfi'ce «rr« «no Ladies yplloy coid Buiora wrist- < >'>tch, PEWAnt). Findrr plras" write < Sandra Hcalhcocls, HcrmourlAj*, Mo. \1 10,11 riK 25 ! ' ! ." T? ni> 1N CASE~oFlN~A.rT- >ENT-if ,.„;,. c , r i, damIRed ,„ ,*, c '": t;ri '' ! !i"c'« homclhlnc vo<: ulrt know Burntit will Klvc roil » paint Job rm „„, , er alr »-ork of or more T r .<, whole car Is p»lm- n " v ''"' l>>c rismsstd parts Fret Mtf For srtFckor service cull 6»l T,, J % nlcri " BCRNETT HUD- SALES. y,i E a5 t M a i n 4)33 ck 11 FOR SALE Concrcle c.lrertt. U Inch In « Inrh, pUin nr rccnforced Also Concrcle B«ilr!ini; Blorkj cheap, tr thin limber tor barn*, chicken ho«sr«. pump homstj tenant hoo.e.'. loo! shirdi. H> dcllTer Cill xi (or fr« «illm»l«. OSCEOLA TILE t, CULVERT CO. rh«n< «*l CHRISTMAS CARDS Tlir snmp special prices advertised in Memphis stores. Priced as Inw .is 7.5 for $1.00 incluiline your n.imc prinlcrl. Gift \Vrappmss—Uiuisunl Gifls Samuel F. Norris St.il ioncrs—Printers Aiton was wearing an old sweater. Tlieme Sonr; for "Mr. Republican" At the big eastern states Republican love feast in Washington there was a string orchestra and a pair of slnprcsr making with the music 1 during the banquet hour. One of, the numbers played was. "The Best' Thins for You Is Me." "And that." cracked Emil Huria "should he Tatfs theme song for 1052." Things Turned Out All Ri;ht Mr. Hurja. by the way. recently came across a letter written bv Wil- I Ham U, Marcy of New York, March 3, 1841. This u-as the last day of the Democratic administration und-r | President Martin Van Burin. Wil- jliam Henry Harrison, a Whig, was | tn be inaugurated next. day. Marcy i was later lo become Secretary of I War nnd Secretory of stale under j Democratic Presidents Polk and Pierce. But this Is what he had to say of the turnover to the opposition party 100 years ago: "The city presents the most motley group of human beinss that was ever assembled. . . . The streets, are literally congregated with office seekers-some lean and hag- sard, some bloated with Intcmper- nnce. . . The greedy expectant^ appear to have selected their of- 1 ficcs and for the last few days misht be seen traveling through the public buildings. inspecting the rooms which they confidently expect to occupy in a few days. "Political rogues who enacted their part* 20 or 30 years ago and who had as I supposed passed Into obscurity or Ihe grave are all here. "I have nnt seen old Tip, but all represent him as merry as a cricket.. . . tie has, according to his own i account, devoted Ihe 70 years he has! lived to Venus and Mars . , . and' his achievements have been mini-1 erous and brilliant. GM] only knows ' what is to be the doom of our country." Complicated. But Efficient How much more complicated the new heavy bombers are. than World War II models is indicated by pro} ritict.ion antl delivery rates. Today, at Consolidated Vultee, 31.000 em- ployes are turning out eight B-36's n month. In World War II. 23.000 employes turned out 200 B-24's a month. Electronics gear now costs more than complete planes tiid In World War II. Greater speeds have made old mechanical bomb sighting mechanisms such ns were used in B-20 completely out of date. New computers do the lob electronically in a fraction of a second. And they cost SI million apiece. FIRST SEE YOUR DOCTOR Then See Us! Fresh Prescriptions Kxpcrtly Prepared ST. FRANCIS DRUG STORE 4J3 West Ash Street Stepped Up! Gasoline & Tractor Fuel Extra Mile* Extra Power Get The Best "I Sell That Stuff" G.O. POETZ OIL CO. Prion. 2089 Sign of Quality Used Cars And Trucks 3919 Chevrolet deluxe 5-Passenger Coupe.. l ow mileage, runs perfect, egui[.ped with deluxe radio, healer and defroster. . .only 19 IS Ford V-S 5-l'asscng-cr Coupe equipped M-ilh radio, healer, defroster and spotlight 1917 Chevrolet Flcelmasler .(-door Sedan . . .lols of extras. . .only 1950 CMC (4-Ton I'ickup Truck. . . driven only 15,000 miles Hll'l Chevrolet '/.-Ton Pickup Truck in A-l condition. . .red finish 19-16 CMC '/ 2 -Ton I'ickup Truck. . .here's a real good one, priced at only ' $989 $889 $1195 $895 $589 15)17 Dodge l^-Tun Truck with factory- rebuilt motor. . .fi good tires. . .body. . .spcl. 19J6 International Cnb and Chassis with 750- x20 tires all around., .new red finish, .spcl! "'in S heV .''° let lons whecll 'ase Truck, blue finish", 750- x 20 front tires, 825x20 rear. Come in and see this one... the price is right. Easy GMAC Payment Plan Remember, You Can Always Get A Good Detl tt SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY Open Nights Until 9 p.m. h ... 4S7g Open for Business MODERN HOME Interior Decorators Highway 61 S. C. J, BURR1S UPHOLSTERER Phone 8061 CULLISON STUDIO Now Located at 100 W. WALNUT For Appointments Phone 4197 or 6738 Sludfo Hours f «m.-7 p.m. FREE PARKING $575! Oldsrnobile "SS" with Ihe flashing Rocket hngine! A pretly blue 2-door Sedan, C1COCI radio, healer, white (ires V*v9w! • 'l«50 Ford Club Coupe equipped with radio, heater, overdrive and while -->-... side wall tires • I!) 16 Ford 2-dor, r Sedan with bofh radio and healer.. .what a buy at • l!)f? Chevrolet 3/l-Ton Pickup in perfect shape. Has practically new tires. The price? Just • inii) Dodge I-Ton Pickup. . .get yourself a bargain a( Horncr-Wilson. This (ruck • I i) IS Inlcrnalional 11/ 2 -Ton Truck. Mileage is low circs are. practically new. And yours for only WANT A NEW GMC? Don'l delay selling (hat new GMC Truck! Why? We've gol 'em now.. . Vi-Ton to 4-Ton models, short "!"),'°"K" whccll) asc- AND you'll get a better price INOW for your old truck. Come by tomorrow. HORNER WILSON MOTOR CO Your Oldsmobilt-GMC Truck Dealer U$ed Car Lot - - - 3«0 East Main Street Just Call 6151

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