The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1951 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 30, 1951
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1961 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate pet Un« for consecutive Insertion: Minimum chars* We 1 lime per Una lie 3 times per line p« dar 12e 3 times per line per day flc 6 llmcft p*r line per dnj' 7c 12 times per line p«r day Jc Uonth p« line ,. Me Counl Jive aTcraga words to the line Ad ordered for ihrce or E!X times and etopptd before expiration will be chars ed for the number of tlrnea the ad tppc&red and adjustment or bill made All rl&EftlfLed advertising cop; tub milted bj person* rwldJng outside o: the city must be accompanied by cash Ratr* may en si IT bo computed from the *bove table. Advertising ordered (or Irregular In •ertlons takes the one time table. Mo responsibility will be UK en (or more than One Incorrect Insertion o: All ads are restricted to their proper classification, eiyle ft ml lyp*. The Courier Neva rescrvta ths right to edit or reject any ed. tnEirtetf tooih Di&ton Circle Saw. inanfcs und ttelh. John C, Bright, Dls Lake. 1Q29 plt n i Standard L.c. Smith lypewrller, record player, love talrd» with cage. Pjj, *156. 25 p v 2 Electiolux Cleaners, fialet. service, supplies. Your old cleaner Inspected free. Call for free rtfynonslrallon. J. R Harris, 513 N. First, Ph. 3193. 10,26 pk 11.26 Apartment for Pent 2 large furnished rooms, llphts, l*r. Indoor toilet. 1915 W. Vine. »5 (W per we*fc. 1030 pk S rm unfor apt., b&lh. Hot A colrl water fxirn. Ph. 3386. IfVao pk S 4 rm, imfur. apt., with bnth, floor furnace, ORB. close In; tile brick, J41.50, ph, 2612, night 2366- 1029 ck 11:4 TTnfurn. duplex, a rooms and bath. Electric water hcnter. Nice for couple Will hold (Ml Nov. 1 lor pftennnent tenant. Ph. 2671, after S p.m.. 3435. 10,26 pk 11 [2 Modern 2 rm fur apt, butane heat, Ph. 4565 or 2595. 10]1S ck II Modern apt,, 3 rooms and bath, newly decorated, good furniture, gas equipment. Ph. 33T3. F. Blmon. fi;21 ck tf 3 room unfurnished apt-, recently redecorated. Fh. 33SQ or 6086. 8;25 elt tf Small Apartments, furnished. $8 up per week. Bedrooms |4 up single, 1H West Ash, Ph. 2833. 8-4 ck tf Auto Supplies Services AUTO GLASS New or Used WADE AUTO SALVAGE Phone 3785 9-26 ck, tf Don'% «ndi\ngflr your IftmMr with faulty itres—BUY LEE TIRES. OKAPMAN SERVICE STATION Kitln mid Division Phone 7561 17J13 ck tf AUTO AND rUKKITURI LOANS Prompt PereqciKl BerTlco OenorRl contrivct Purchase Corp. 109 South Jlh. Phomi M03 Services WB do custom bean threshing. W. T Lollar <fc Bon. BlytheTtile. Ark.. Ph. *M1. ^^ 1D112 pk 11|1J Washing Machines repnired, all makes. Blytheville Machine Shop. Phone 2828. 3-6 ck tf Watch and Jewelry Repair t-t>»y Btrrlco on Jewelry—3 dny» on watcliM antl clocks, Quarnnteed worX done b7 expert repairmen. Lcw«t prlcM. PAT O'BRYANT Main & Second lei] ck x TYPEWRITERS DON EDWARDS CO. 11J W. WaJnu* Pbone 3381 Plenty of Parking Space For Sale, Misc. BendU Washing Machine, r.ill 3262. 10.30 pk 11 : 2 Upright piano in pood rondltton. Apply 1521 Holly. roan px 112 nre A- Durqlar safe.c. Any plrc old sales taken. Ph. 1097, 10.30 ,,k 12,30 Self-service laundry. Loi. bdllrtlnp & equLpmrnt. with gport business Ideal for couple. Best locaUon ID town. Priced to fell B;iy now nr.rt set benefit ol fall nnrl winter business pti 11647 or ifr H K O.irnelt 31P or 32.1 N. 2nd St. 1000 pk 11 30 Baby bed with innersprlnz mattress, baby buspy «2j. Inquire Kenle Scoll. l .s ml, \V GosneLl Srhccl, 1030 pk 2 Save Money When You Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GUN HARRISON & SON . FURNITURE CO. 517 W. Ash Ph. 255S 8-2 ck tf 40 head of hogs weighing from 35 to 140. J, w. Blackwell. steele. Mo.. Ph. 2 "' M 1022 pk 11,5 Cypress, Cottomvood lumber. 2% mi. N.W. of Half Moon. Ph. 6363. G. G, Flowers 10-1 pk 11-1 M'lriK room unite: coal stove: piano typewriter; safe.; meat sllcer; table; ol circulator; cafe booth* Ph 2380, lo:i8 pk 1!;18 USED COMBINE BARGAINS! All makes are here for you to choose from . . priced as low as ? 150 ! See us before you buy/ {You'll he glad you did!) DELTA IMPLEMENTS INC 322 So. 2nd. Phone 6863 9-25ck tt . r,ePecr. Oiik rough lumber J60TO nnrt up Charles Erlcht A- Son. Big L»kc. Phono 5i66 - 10 J9 pS ll.ll Roistered Flrtlns Marr Sudaie""* Bridle. «!). John C. Bright. Big 10.29 pi ll|l SPINET PIANO-Farnou* mnke" cost over 87.10.00—large amount paid In— Jxin awjuinc balance on easy payment*. Writ* Credit ManaKer. Joplln Piano Co.. 312 Main Street, Joplln ^""^ 10,25 pk lid 1 pure brixl Boston Dull Doss. 2 months old, ph. 3133. 10 .yj (J k Pel monkey. Set Mrs. Harper. South 31st Si«ct. 10,27 pk I hare for sale a concrete block Kt building. • two-room house, two hlq lots, 50 x 120 each. Also a pair ol fitlmpson scalcB almost new. If Interested call Chester Blsck at Dell Compress, or write P.O. Don aoi.'Doll *'*• • 1027 pk ]1|10 Bpeen Que™ wnshlng machine, por- tnhle Beiidli Ironor and Wc.«ln B h(lu«« roaster. 3M Easl Kcnltieky 1027 pk 31 CLOS8 OUT SALB * new oil hen.teiA— Ouiherson, wan 178.75. no* 150 . Lewli Super, wna J115, no* |1J International. WAB 914915. now «j VlcomUlc, WAS |103. now 185 • • O. ROBINSON LUMBER CO 10,4 Ck II! B. F. GOODRICH SPECIAL Used Washing Machines, $10.00 up. $1.50 down, $1.25 week. B. F: Good rich Co. 417 W. Main Ph. 6331 10-30 ck 31 For Salt, Real Estate I lot ICO' x 60'. 9 room house on rant tot, Bath and attic tan, 2 room home tin rear lot with li bnth. Phono • I0;29 pk 11|4 REAL ESTATE If interested in a home or farm, see us. We have anything from a vacant lot to a plantation. CITY & FARM LOANS CATES-WIGGS REALTORS 115 S. 3rd. St. Blytheville, Ark. Ph. 2751 or 42G8 10-3 ck tf NOTICE—LISTEN! The J>est investment on today's market is a good well located homo. Quality homes arc fast disappearing from the Market. Better homes started after Nov. I, are limited in the use of copper and carbon steel, without a federal permit. See or Call JOHNNY MARR Realtor Phone <illl Res. Phone 2596 10-20 ck tf __ Fire, biinslnr proo , inker, In. Ph 4097 10.4 pk 1M mem."" 0 5°" on '"'"• Good Improve. mcnis. roads, Bn d electricity rrlce !« Fr.r,"" C ;." sy tcrms c "">" W. Smith. values galore AT PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 1948 Ford 4-Door Sedan Ktllllnpcd wilh radio and heater. Beautiful dark grftn finish. 1947 Chevrolet Coupe Here's a Club Coup«, lh»t'« » rent buy! WSW tires, radio, healer and maroon finish. 1939 Pontiac Sedan A 4-noor Sedan wllh excellent tire* and e<iulp|>«d wilh a good healer. 1941 Ford $195 Special of the week! See this automobile he fore you buy, It's a dandy! 1951 Ford Pick-up Ba» a De i, ule db and Ihe price Is HOfl below list |irice. SM It now: 1949 Chevrolet Truck A DeLaxe Cab. This truck Is ready to.nuke you money. In a dark frrrn. 1948 Ford Pick-up Looki llk« a new (ruck! Hai Heater and good S50 x 16 • Ply tire.. A Real Buy! 1947 Ton Ford Truck This. Is a elly driven truck and ready to perform any h.iulfng Job Tou have. A bargain price, tool Broadway t Chickasawba Phone 4453 3 acres, one mile of Blytbevllle priced right—good Improvements 120 acres. Uclv? miles Olythevina. iwo hoiifics one barn extra good land (225.00 per nr/e 40 acrcs on Black Top road, nchool .IS. lights, IIDO.OO. We linve R tiumher of olher tracta from 30 to 300 actc-a good livrm lanU. priced to sell. ]/mR time loariB on furtn land tow rate of Interest no vlcR charge. J^uiJe.s i .awl Co. Ph. 3322 Russell E. Riales, 4139 W, T. Bnrncll, 2262 H./p r Mat* "'50—MEN—50 Wnntcd Now $10,000 Cor fair-' salesmen. ¥25,000 for good salesmen. $50,000 for top salesmen. Territories open Arkansas, other tntrf: Salesman com* mftka us niova bove. H. L BLAKE CO. • Little Rock, Ark. MftnurRcUirers, Brokers, Wholesale !0;19 ck 1U2 for Sale, COM and Truck* ECKSHEn WESTZND AI7TO 5ALE9 Ph 4274 . a 1st and Kenwood Wo Finance "Cheapest Clootl Cftrs In Town" 2i CRrsi * Trucks We Hent C»n» A Trucks 9M tr Call 4553" For Complete Insurance Protection W. J. Pollard Agency Planned Protection 1« W. Ash Bt. OUWCOE HOTIL BUn.DINO «;8 ck M Noticu Wanted: grery honsewlte In Blvthe- ii e «. t ,\"* * 1T " Aemoaitntloa at the Klrby In their homes. The Klrby i x ™" < = hlne ll >»t applies p»ste wax to h»r<ta-oo«l floors «nd polishes It oiit Immediately. w » can clean thB (loor apply the wax and polish out an entire room In II minutes. Call for free demonstration this week. Phone 3382 ____ ^__ "i™ pk 2 Wanted ^ 1947 Chevrolet 2 ton truck and 28 It. "nrter trailer Equipped with new r«- hullt motor, air brakes. Urownllte •ansml^lon. spotlight, very good tire* and other cxtrafi. \Vlll trade lor late model mr Call 2760 from B A.m. to 5 p.m.. anrt 5377. nights ftntl Sundays | I02S ck tt Private Rooms- Mr<- hrrtroom. with tflcrihnne, nrl- atr hath Ph. 2938 or 4971. 10;30 p)c 13 Steam hrntcd bettroora adjoining w A»h Ph ?9nn Dexter, Mo 10,22 pk 11 27 | Real Estate Farms—City Property LOANS If Lnlercstcd In Buying Noble Gil I Agency REALTORS — Cecil Enrli — Glencoe Bldg. ph 6868 Steam hrntcd bettroora blUh. 901 W ^sh. Ph. 220{t. 1025 pit 11 25 2 comMrlftbte oedrooms Ph 2RI8 _ 10.5 pk U!5 .Vice Iiusc bedroom*, nfiwlf dcco- riUe<1. Conveniently located Ph J5H 10;« pk ll'< For Rent 3 rm rur fcouse ,t bath. Located 322 N. 6lh. Ph. «35. 10J9 pk 11J1 Modern, unf. apt., steam heated In Insrftm BM^ Also steam heated office In Ingrom BWg. Reasonable. Ph. 33S5 1024 cX Il'JA * herlroom house. 70s E. ChcrryTUT F.lrctrlr store nnrt washer connections. *_|^ 2W « 10,23 pk 11,$ Storftce ^nacB conTen 1 '^* 1 ^ .1---"" Ph 33(9 1 pV FARMS _ FARMS — FARMS I Court! rn K HcxJern Cablnj I Court, rn ApM. Lost Boy _ «;i5 ck niii 5 room srurro houAe. wired for electric sttive. lurrtn-ood lloors 300 Sa»Ter fet.. rh 15K, 1 . or 2595 10.12 ck tf < room honsr with bath, furnished. ' • M s l-^'. 10.30 pk 11 2 BIO INCOME OPPORTUNITY For> reliable man ocer SO wllh or to represent Internationally recosnlzeS cornpany. serTlclnn customers Western n?,. or'"'!!' EMter " *'l">isa« with top line or oll». greases and petroleum sne- clultlM. Call on fa rmcrs , ,„,),„,?,.„ tieeta and municipalities. Average smr™" 1 * Te '" mln s MOO.OO month to $10000 a ytar. Thorough tralnlns given in field to man who qualifies. Previous experience desirable but not essential Thu is . bl(j repeat line—no war shortages or controls. A real secure opportunity to earn substantial income Drawlns account, higher than average com ml salons, quarterly bonus, ami contest awards help our men jiicccetl It you want a dependable. Income with opportunity to adranee to top earnings, write Petroleum Division, BOX I.V THE CHAN-CERT COURT FOR THE CHICKASAtVnA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTS', ARKANSAS Gertrude Twfedle Whited. ptf. Douglas Whited. Oil. WARNING ORDER The defendant Douglas Whileri is wnrnert lo appear in this Court within thirty (30) days of this dale and answer the complnint of plaintiff Gertrude Tweedie Whited. This (he 27th day 01" October, 1951. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Ruth Magee. D. C Don't Wait Too Late for your SOYBEAN LOADER You can now get a MAYRATH Loader from Jack Robinson Implement Co. Osceola, Dial 520 — Blythtville, Dial 2371 FOR SALE Sealed, written bids will be received a't the law office of George K. Reeves, Caruthersvillc, Missouri, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. on Saturday, tbe 17th nay of November, 1.951, lor the sale of the J. 0. Rankin farm one mile south of Havti Missouri on U. S. Highway No. 61. This 6'10-acre farm, less rights of way ami easements, tor the purpose of receiving bids, will be divided into two Parcels: Parcel No. 1 lying on the east side of Highway No. 61, containing 48 0 acres, less rights of way and easements and Parcel No. 2 lying on the' west side of Highvvay ments Contamm * 16 ° acrcs - !ess ri fe' hts of way and ease Terms: 15';f purchase price with bid: 15% purchase price at the time safe consummated at time Rankin estate is closed: balance of 70% at option of purchaser, spread over eight years, at 4% interest, with privilege. Possession may be had January 1, 1952. Forms upon which to make bids and definite description may be obtained from Mr. Reeves. All bids will be subject to approval or rejection. ZTY, BY Its Attorney, and Executor o( J. o. Rankin Estate. 10/M ck 11/15 EDSON Production of 3.236.000 cases of canned [tsh In 1950 was the lowest In Alaska since 1921. (Continued from Page «> armies marched, they could reach the English Channel in 20 days. Today the estimate is 35 days. There has been that much improvement. The goal is to build a force that could stop a Soviet advance cold. Total Soviet forces are estimated at four million men, with 20.000 planes. Sixty-five of Russia's (75 divisions nre mechanized. Russia could mobilize 300 divisions In 30 clays, from reserves, but some would be second class. In addition, satellite, forces are estimated at 150.000 to 200,000 men, but not first-class units. Turkish. Greek and Yugoslav forces facing this satellite front are now considered superior. In eastern Germany, Russia Is believed to have 25 divisions and 8.000 planes. Russian forces have not been greatly changed in the last few years, but their equipment Is better and they are better-trained. It Is sufficient, to say that Allied forces facing them on the western front are not so many nor so ready, now. But one year from now the Soviet capability would be deadened unless Russia masses new supplies and more troops. F.mphaslze Present, But Look to Future. To build up European morale, the SHAPE staff — while emphasizing readiness to meet a Soviet surprise attack with present NATO forces- keeps pointing to the future. They emphasize what forces will he one, two and three years from now. While Russia might overrun Eur. ope now. It would be the first bat'• tie of what would be a long war. j The Soviet would be subjected to a | devastating strategic air attack. Tlint would further weaken Russia's Industrial potential, which even now Is considered inferior to the West's. In 10W. Sl.ilin stated Ihe Russian industrial goal as GO-mllllon-tons steel capacity a They now have W million. The goal for oil capacity was 60 million tons. They now have 40 million tons. The goal was 500 million tons of coal. They now have 265 million trins. In the meantime, western Euro| poan military and economic strength have been Greatly improved. Miiiary budget of The Netherlands has been increased 61 per cent over pre-Korea. The Belgian increase has been 6D per cent, the British 72 per cent, the French 85 per cent. And In the U. S. and Canada, the increase i acres. lm- at J200 per balance cut o^cr'l»rid, VJ 5 pS'^rte*™' 525 mo Ph and (lath, rear 1604 w. Ash, Wonted to Buy FARBJS REAL ESTATE CO. Slcelc. Mo. 10,30 ck 11,2 JN \VK BUY AND SELL Boy's «n,1 MIT. 5 2nd hsnd shoes, ulso .sve Irfc ,p, rf ,„ r>rk> onl , car ror .S -5.' *'•'" ""'<""" «t the Blyths- ».e Shoe Shop. 121 S. 5th SI. _ 10.25 pit ll;l Position Wanted Ms Rt-ftdimte In Business o fin boofc>;teplng *crTlcps for *nd mediants evenings and s Wrlta Box C. O., c,o Courier X pk 2 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "I-Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land Order COAL Phone 3186 • Prompt Delivery NOW/*' Courfeoiw Service HESTER'S Coal Yard /las been over 200 per cent. Conscription has been Increased! by the Dutch from 12 to 20 months j By the Belgians 12 to 24 months By Italy, 12 to. IB months. France has increased conscription Jrom 101 to 12 months. It should be higher, but tt is believed that Is coming. These are some of the principal factors which keep the spirit ot the SHAPE general staff high, though their problems are many. Doctor Says Continued rrom Page « foods is therefore desirable. Such »• diet consists largely ot. such foods as cooked cereals, milki products, creamed soups, eggs, and! fish. Drugs may help somewhat but! It is best whenever possible to do without any drugs as they merely! bring temporary relief. i A disappointing feature of this i uncomfortable but not dangerous condition is that even when recovery seems to be complete, almost any nervous strain or indiscretion in eating will start it off again. Spastic colon, however, has no relation to cancer. Hollywood (Continued from Pag« t) from Columbia, but advances on her future earnings from her own Beckwith company. Reason for the retakes on "The Return o! the Texan" is Joanne Dnj in a revealing bathing suit The Dru curve- 1 ; will now be covered with g peasant skirt and biouse in the new footage. Call sheet at Fox for "The I Don't Care Girl" listed an acting tiger and a mood tiger. Explanation: The acting tiger won't emote unless Ihe mood tiger, with whom he was raised, is on the sidelines Ah, Hollywood. REACH-EASY CLEANING" with this N!W G-E! HOME CtMJVfff fa little as 9 10 rr TODAY/ Hubbard & Hoke APPLIANCE CO. SINEIUl A EIECTR1C VACUUM CLEANEKS Sullivan-Kelson needs 50 good clean Used Cars and Pickup Trucks OLD OR LATE MODELS Bring Yours In Today SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY 311 W«t Open Nights Until »9 p.m. ** Quality READY MIX CONCRETE PHONE 2380 Blocks—CulYerls JOHNSON BLOCK CO., XI f. ' 61 Hiwij g,. SHOES Repoired-Resfyled SHOES DYED and CLEANED H-flLTCRS QOBLITr SHO£ SHOP 121 W. MAIN ST. Now! You Con Get A Rocket • 1950 OLDSSIOBILE ROCKET "88" 4-door Se- h'nMM '^ T tortalk . to the »*"«• of this car -hell (el you how fme U ,s! A glorious marine blue, radio, heater, white sidewall tires, seat covers. . .Hydramatic drive. • 1050 OLDSMOBILE ROCKET "88" 2-door Sedan Magnificenl a^ure blue color, radio, heater white s.riewall (ires, seat covers. Another locally own- ih fhe fiashi 1S-1S I'ONTIAC Convertible (red body & black top)... Hydramatic, radio, healer, everything. It's unusually nice! 1950 FOHD custom Club Coupe. . .equipped wilh pracd'cally new tires, radio, healer, overdrive... yours for Si395. 1911 PONTIAC 4-door Sedan. . .if a cheap car is what you want, then here's a real bargain for you. . .just $335. 1950 CHEVROLET i/,. Ton Pickup. . . „ nice> clean truck with good tires. Look for the green pickup on our lot. 19-17 INTERNATIONAL 3/.|-Ton Pickup. This heavier model pickup has mud-grip tires...motor just overhauled. 1918 INTERNATIONAL I (4-Ton short whcelbase Truck ^wifh practically new tires. ..guaranteed condition. ..$595' , HORNER WILSON MOTOR CO Your QUsmobilt-GMC Truck OeoJer < Used Car Lot . . . 3 M £„• M<,i n Street Just Call 6151

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