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PAGE TWELVE ELYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOTEMBER «, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for con seen tire Insertion: Xllnirnnin chorda We ! time per line l* c 2 tlmfs per line per day J2c 3 times per line por clap 8c 6 tnn^s pfr line j»er day •• 7c 12 times per line per tlfty $ c Month pci Line- $Qc Count live Rvprnse words lo thr line. Ad ordered lor thu-e or elx tlnif« and etoppc'd before expiration will he charged for the number of Unipn trie fid tjHipfUfd uncl nd)uMnioni ot bill made. All clMslffed Eidvcrtlslng ropy submitted by persons rt-Mdlng oulMcle of tho elty must be RcrompAnlrrl by civ*n. Rates rimy rAslly b« cnmpntird from the 'abort table- Art venlMus ordered for trri-gxilftl ln- lertlons infers HIP one time iRble. No responsibility will be tafcen for moro than one incorrect. Insertion of any cOruslJIe-d nd. All fltlA fu« restricted to their proper clRSJl/lrnilon. Mylr and type. The. Courier N>w.t rrsvrveji the rle^t to edit or ro)ocl nny «d, Elfctrolux CJpaners. Hairs. Bf rvlre. tuppUet. Your old cleaner Inspected free. Call for frrft domoiiHrFitlon, i. K. Harrtt. 513 N*. First. Ph. 8.103. IO,2G p* 11 26 40 head, of HOKS wolKhln? from 85 to 140. J W. Btackwell, Stoolp, Mo., l*)i. 213-M 1022 pk H5 I,King room suite: coal ftto»c; plftJio. typewriter; &&fe; meal alLrer; table; oil circulator; cal« booth* Ph 25PX). JO 13 pk 11 IS Notice Card of Thnnks We wlsti to express otir deeppsl Rrftt- itutte to all [he people of Promised Land nnd Clear LaXe conimimUtes for their sympathy nnt! kindness durlns the Illness and rteaih of our (Rlher and husband, Mr. Enrlle P.. YtirbroiiRh. The VarbroxiRh Fnnilly. 112 pk 3 Apartment tor &tnt 4 room [urn. duplex And ;{nrRKe. Mrs. M G Goodwin, 1000 \V. Ash. Ph. 2790. 112 pk 0 I have for sale a-concrete block store building, a two-room house, two h!tf IO;K, 50 i 120 etich. Also ft |Uir or SllmpKcm RcnlcA almost new It Interested call Chester BlftcV; *l Drll Cnmpn-K!.. or write P.O. Box 301. Dell. Ark. 10 2T pk 11.10 CLO3K OUT BAI-a 4 nrn ol! h«ateia — Oiitbernon. was S73.75, no-* |W i l.ewii Super, wa* II IS, nnu |11 International, wa* J1A9 7i nn-x |5S Vlcomattc. waa 1101, now W M. C. ROBINSON LUMBKH CO 10 \ ck 1 Colemnn OH Slove. Ktovp ]>lf> oil barrels, metal rack and fi plus 15 U. copper luhliiR. M5 00 2297. 31 11111 nt; <V ss Ideal Self-service laundry. 1/u, equipment, with Rood bus I for co U pie, licst location In U>w 1'rlred to sell. Buy now nrnl pet VIM: (It of fall and wlnier buslnp.is. r 9647 or *ce H. II. Oarnott 3tfl or ? N. 2nd Si. 1030 pk H Cypres.s, Cotton wond. MB pin. reran. Oritc rough lumber, $60.00 nnd up. Charles Bright ^ Son. R!s Lake. IMjonif 2366, 10 29 pk II 11 Light housek rpiny room. I'h. n;i 3 room modern apartment. ZOSS ChlckasftTvba, \mturnlslircl except rins new electric range and refrigerator. Oil calculating hcnter. $50.00 per month. E. M. Terry, Phone 21SI. • 10 M ck 7 Apartments for r 4 rooms nncl bnth. nth Ph. S700. >nt. 401 E, Ash St, 1031 pk 7 nil Ash. 835. J(j;3l ck If JRO3B SALES CO. 501 S, 2Ist Si., Ph. «!'6 SPECIAL WINTER SALE ON T1RRS 600xt6 full cap mud <t SIJO-A- $11 00 650xt6 full cap mud A: MIOW 116 V> 700x16 full cnp mud A- BIIOW 11950 700^15 lulJ cnp mitri A- snow J20 40 90 (lay K'"uftntre, For best results trade with a tire rnn with 25 years ex]>erlpnci-. New tlrr-s n wholesale prlrc, Guartinlred used tlrt> ol all kinds. \\\\ pk 1 Motor Dike, good conduion, see BI Bud Hall'rt garage, Ph. 2971. ITl pk 4 Fire A; Burglnr sfifes. ates ta^en, Ph, 4u97. J0.30 12.30 2 largp furnished rooms, llElits. water '.'.irtoor toilet- 1916 W. Vine, $5.00 Used Oil heater, ulsy 40 gnl. Hot- polnl Electric Water Heater. Good con- Uon. DnrKftln. Willie Nehhut. Phone 53. 112 ck 6 3 rm unlxir apt-, bsuh. Hot A: cold water Jura. Ph. 3286. 10,30 pk 5 4 rm. unfur. apt., with halh. Moor (urnnce. On*. Close In: tUe brlc>:, i47,50, ph. 2612, night 2366. 10;29 ck ll[4 Modenv 2 rm I\i Fh. 4565 Or 2595. apt, butane heat. 10|16 ck tf Modern apt., 3 rooms and bath, newly decorated. Rood furniture. E>« equipment. Pb. 3373. F. Simon. 9;il-ck M 1 room unfttrntehed apt.. redecorated. Pta, 2350 oc 0085. Sm&U Aparttnenta, iumish- •d. $8 up per week. Bedrooms 14 up single. 114 West Ash, n. 2«3-3. 8-4 ck tf Auto and Scrr/cei AUTO GLASS New or Used WADE AUTO SALVAGE Phone 3785 9-26 ck tf Don't endnncer your family with faulty llres—HTIY LEE TIRES. CHAPMAN SERVICE STATION Main and Division Plionc 23G3 12113 ck t! AUTO AND flJRNITUHE LOANS Prompt Personal Service General contract Purchase Corp.' IM South 5th. Phonn 6603 Services Toddler's Nursery Open 8 a.m. to 4,30 p.m. Monday through Friday Trained Personnel Call 8253 10-31 pk < n-3 . Blxtherlllr. Ark.. 10 12 p* 11.12 Washing lUachines repaired all makes. Blytheville Marhim Shop. Phone 2828. 3-(i rk t Watch and Jewelry Renair ••.•Atchc^ rind rlorks Giinranirert wn clone by en pen re p:\1rrr.en ljfr-\< P PAT O'BRYANT Main & Second 101 r TYPEWRITERS DON EDWARDS CO. Ill W. Wslnul Plenty of Parking Space For Sale, GAS ClnOIJI.ATOR 100 thousand B.T.U, hem clrrnlfltnr. pproprlru* for store or office. Prnc- CRlly new. Rensoimrjle. Call Bnrney'K hoe Store, 2 ck 6 Save Money When You Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GLIN HARRISON & SON FURNITURE CO. 17 W. Ash Ph. 2552 8-2 ciVtf For 5ml t. Real f state Lot and 5 room house ;vlth bnth. In ixorn. If Interested, cull DlythcrUle. n. B334. ' 31 pie 1 REAL ESTATE If interested in a home or arm, see us. We have any- hing from s vacnnt lot to a Inntation. CITY & FARM LOANS CATES-WIGGS REALTORS 115 S. 3rd. SL Blytheville, Ark. Ph. 2751 or 4268 10-3 ck tf Be Pleased With The Truck You Buy! '47 FORD ..... $645 If you're looking for ;t I'/z-Ton Triu-k, I lien this Ford Cab & Chassis is Hie unswcr. Only Slit") ul Phillips Molor Co; '51 FORD $1295 A FINK 1'irkiip! This K<M>(l-lookinj> red j»h luis our Five Sfar Extra Deluxe Call. T;ike ii drive in it tomorrow — or tud:iy! '48 FORD . . $795 Another '/j-'l'on I'icknp lhat's a mighty good huy ! This 1918 Ford will give you lols of dependable service. Red color. '48 FORD ..... $795 Our second 10 IS Ford (/i- Ton 1'ickup for you see. lilack. For satisfaction, (his (ruck has both radio & heater. to '49 FORD $895 You can save money NOW on this Jill!) '/ 2 -Ton I'ick- up . . . priced right at S-S05. H's Iht! grey mic on our car lot. Want to Sell Your Car? Better Come to Phillips! Broadway & Chickasawba Phone 4453 Don't Buy a Tractor ( until you have se«n the T 6 "30" Ferguson. Jack Robinson Implement Co. Osceolu, Dial 520 — BtythevilU, Dial 2371 FOR SALE Scaled, written bids will be received at the law office, of George K. Reeves, Caruthersville, Missouri, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. on Saturday, the 17th nay of November, 1951, for the sale of the J. 0. Hankin farm one mile south of Hayti, Missouri on U. S. Highway No. 61. This G'10-acre farm, loss rights of way and easements, for the purpose of receiving bids, will be divided into two parcels: Parcel No. 1 lying on the east side of Highway No. 61, containing 480 acres, less rights of way and easements, and Parcel No. 2 lying on the west side of Highway No. 61, containing 160 acres, less rights of way and easements. . Terms: la'/, purchase price with bid: 15% purchase' price at the lime sale consummated at time Rankin estate is closed: balance of 70/i 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 Jlr. Reeves. All bids will be subject to approval or rejection. THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, BY GEORGE K. REEVES, Its Attorney, and Executor o( J. O. Rankin Estsls. 10/30 ck 11/15 rire. hlirplftr proof flares Small Rnfea akeii in. Ph <0« 10,* pk ll;4 500 ncrn cotlon /arm. Good Improvements, ronds, and o]frlrlrlty. Price S62 per ncrc. easy terms. Carson W, SniKh. Dextcr/Mo. 1022 pK 11;27 c or Sale, Cars a'nd Trucks 195<> Model Ctirvrolet 4 door fiedan "tndlo And ritAtcr. 1EJ50 Hudson -1 door. 5916 Chrysler •! door sedan. \Vlll trade for ymir c,\r .and If desired let ins curl be Rrinnged. See at 116 E. Ash. Dnford Martin. 2 ck S HKC?KSIJKR WESTEND AUTO SALES "I'h 4274 - 21« nnrl Ken-*-ofld We Flnnnce * J Chrapp*l CJood Cars In Town" 2,t Cftrs A: TrucXs We Rent Cars A: Trucks 6 20 tf 19;? Chevrolet 2 ton truck and 2G ft. barter itnilrr EqiiipjiC[l wtih new re- mil 1 , motor, n'.r hrnkr.-;, Brown IS ic raiiprr.l^.Mini. spotllpht. very pood tires ind oilier CXU.AJI. Will trade lor lale noilel rar Cr.LI 27^0 from It ft.in. to fl p.m., and 8-177. i Insurance Call 4553 For Complete Insurance Protection W. J. Pollard Agency Plnnned Protection 124 W A3h SI GLENCOK HOTE1. DULLDINO (.a ck Lost and Found Lost: Child's glasses between Sudbury i\nrt Jlniinle Edwards, brown case, coil 4162. 10,31 India Buys Tractors From United States NEW DELHI W;— India .in 1950- in New York." he grinned. "I did so many th«y started calling me the TV man. I'm nuts about tele-. vision. "I have a fe«ling that I can eon- 51 bought from the United States 60 j tribute more to Hollywood M an tractors with spare parts, agricul- actor U I HTC In New York. I gel tur.il implements and transport ve- hides through the $1,162.163 loan from the International Bank, It was officially announced here. During the preceding year, India obtained 180 tractors. The official sources said these tractors by the end of 1S51 would have brought 3.000.000 acres unrlpr cultivation. resulting in an estimated Additional yield of 83,000 tons of additional food grains. rimmed A Main. hl-tncals. B Reward, CHy Dry 31 pic 3 India Imports Sugar et ^ M ^ I From United Kingdom Business Opportunities MPA .Mutual Insurance Co. will np- potnt an asenL for Hlythrvllle urea .soon An honest reliable person can make n permanent anti profitable connection wilh our rapidly gruwhix find Sundays j company. For Interview, write A, n. 1025 ck tf l.oy. MFA Mutual Ins. Co.. 101 S. 7th c ' Columbia. Mo, 31 pic 7 Private Rooms NOTICE—LISTEN! The best investment on to- lay'a market is a good well located home. Quality homes are fast disappearing from the Market. Bet I or homes started after Nov. 1, are limited in the use of copper and carbon steel, without a federal permit. See or Call JOHNNY MARR Realtor Phone -1111 Res. Phone 2506 10-20 ck It Dori r bath a oms fo nd lin.i re. 307 men. liot v , Ncwiy drc N, 1st. Ph. tor shower ated. New Notice NEW DELHI fAP)—India in 195051 imported 60,000 tons of sugar from the United Kingdom at a cost of $12.915.000 to supplement her own internal production of 1,100,000 tons, a food ministry spokesman saici here. He added the United Kingdom was able to fill India's entire needs ; because of the 20,000 tons of rav; ! sugar supplied to London by the United States. Sullivan-Nelson needs N1rr rnie l» room, ^Uh telephone, prl- Ph. 2053 or 4971 team hr.vcrt bedro ri. sri: W Ash, I'h 1 comfor;nb)« oertrooms. Brrin Con.Ma i?c I) nil rooms. newly rtcro- , ten i fnt ly located Ph OS H 10,< pX 1M V-IOM- In, FidJoiHtrie hath hot wiitrr, Fh. 2-V>2, 112 pk 6 \VfuU *>d • Even,- housewife in Btythe- vlllf ici see « free demonstration o( ih<- Kirhy In :hplr homes. The Klrby Is a m-ichlrtc that applies paste wftx to hrird'Aow! llnors nnd polishes It out Immediately. \V> can clean th« floor npply tlio ivax anrt polish out an, entire room In 11 intruitrs- Call for ITPC <l*m- oiiMriUfnn this week. Phone 3382. 10.311 pie 2 H«/p Wanted, Ma/» file 15. F. Goodrich Com"- Hollywood Continued from Page S minded thftm Mint, Helen Hayes had played with Gary Cooper in 'Farewell to Arms' and that the picture was one of Hollywood's greatest love stories. 1 ' Dark-eyed Susan Cabot, who hits . . • , , uoi r\-tTJCII (ju.xi it \jAWIi, VSMU *IIW» iiic Jtctn 1^11 iui ft VCIUCIE tZlaL Will tills an opening in L:i-| the height-measuring stick at two, put peppy Estelita Rodriguez into a better p«rsp«cthr« on things. The town rtvitaJiv** m*." If Greer Garson can live in Texas and still be a movie queen, thsn Peggy Dow can light down in Tulsn, Okla., and still wear her celluloid crown as Mrs. Walt*r Hehnerfch. "People keep saying that iny career will go when I marry Walter and live away from Hollywood," Peggy confided. "I don't think so, I've talked the whole thing over with the studio. I'm not going to give them any trouble. "But at th« »ame time I don't intend to hav* Walter to follow me around because I'm an actress. I'm going to follow him around." AIA IN A NAME Charley Block, who heads a pho- cogrRphrc syndicate hi Hollywood, reported to the home of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr,, early one morning with a staff photographer to do a home-layout on the star. They were met at the door by a man whom they assumed was Fairbanks' butler from his polite manner and strong British accent. Then he showed them over the! Fairbanks' manse, suggesting corners and spots that might be* interesting as photographic backgrounds . I "You've certainly been helpful."' Block told him. "In fact, I want to tell Mr. Fairbanks how helpful you've been, it might get you a raise or something. What is your name, by the way?" "Anthony Eden," came thr reply. » • • The search for a vehicle that will 50 good clean Used Cars and Pickup Trucks OLD OR LATE MODELS Bring Yours In Today SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY 1*1 WMt WlfaMt PhMt 4S7» Open Nights Until 9 p.m. ^ Quality READY MIX CONCRETE PHONE 2380 Blocks—Culrerts JOHNSON BLOCK CO. II Hlw»; S.. SHOES Required-Resty led SHOES DYED and CLEANED HflLTCRS QUALITY SHOC SHOP 12' W. MS IN ST. ^ , rutiH'rsville. Mo., for a retail | inches over 5 lest, paused to catch ' .<!iit'.--m;in. Applicant should ; h(-r breath. For Rent th Ph, 111 Pli 2MB 111 pk 12 1 have jit least two years salt's experience, he a high school Kratlimle, atred 2n lo 30. This post ion offers excellent opportunity for advancement and N'ow that she's licked the height problem at UI. Susan wants to bat- Vie against playing "dark, exotic little things." "I'm either In jungles or gypsy wagons." Susan wailed. "I don't know why. My coloring is exactly , , .... . . , ^ilu^^ vlllv. tvly L.UIU1IU& In £Atll*.jLj many employee benefits, paid like E i irah( . th Taylor's. Do they put her In a snrong? No." ahlc. Pli. 325.S • 10 2i Ck 11 24 vocation periods, etc. Apply to John (!ni-smann. The R. F. (.luwlricri Co.. 960 S. Eellcvuc. Memphis, Saturday, Nov. 3 T 9 !hony fQinnn ' , s i V ' * ' _, . T an • actor m *-l a.m. lo \2 noon, or Monday, Real Estate Farms—Cily Property I.O'VNS PMrd In Buyln? selling x<?8 Nobte Gill Agency REALTORS — Cecil E»rli _ Gliincoe Bldg. Ph. 6868 IX ck U By If. USED COMBINE BARGAINS! All makes avc here for you to choose from . . . priced as lo\v as $150! See us lict'ove you buy. (You'll he glad you did!) DELTA IMPLEMENTS, INC. 322 So. 2nd. Phone 68G3 9-25 ck tf oflrner rnociern housp hlorks fiom huj SCP i. W Htca t ir\i:. b\th, Fr.inktln. rnlcn t !y 'oratrd 10 4 pX 11 ApH . L-nM HO 9 15 ck il L tly fur r il 2 pk 8:30 a.m. 11-1 ck It's .a new career snake for An- suridenly red-hot as ," and "The World In His Arms," and he's wondering .\ j about. \vhat all the .shouting's t "Maybe ifs the TV shows I did We nrp offrrlne »i T?^- rjcin. GootI hon.r. ot:r n &\ fnrm tools Rnri rquLp out dedl. Bnrt * prlrp t ort honv and invost n Three room (i strrot. Four . Phone 4679 or 2 p>: 6 1 choice 35 acre ' i(•••*• trnv-tor nnrt T TTII tio'.i--, h.ith. H XV. heater. Ph S-!. ,101 N. Franklin, 11 2 pk P Female Help Wanted . B-^h^LlIr. our hi 61. e in n hy M, it On Hwy P » appoiniir.rsit JU'liNs. I'h. sifii ft: Mrs. Goldrn ^t f>:vu-p from 10 a :ii. for nppottiliticnt. Courier News 12 I FUEL OIL B.O.POETZOILCO. "/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land the Lupe Vel«a acting league is i ended at Republic And she'll star | with Rod Cameron in "Pair Wind to Java." "Theengs are popping out for me," E-stclitR bubbled. "I don't like these lak'-eet-ensy stoff. Thees comedies I am making ees good for me. Ec.s batter than to go 'boing'i| right away eento beeg peecLures.' M?.k' me feel )ak I worked for beeg' thcengs." 'REACH-EASY CLEANING" with this NEW G-U Salesman Wanted 1 lot 100' x l front lol Rath hoiiee on renr lo Ml ck » -- --• - ] WAN Tf.TJ AT ONCK— HfnvIelaVi Tro- f>om hous* on i rt;;n.<- (i,^,(j Mo.irhy loralltv open, lu ir fsn. 2 room | Norther"' NlKi-ici'iiivi Pn>"itx v U'rl'o ., b»th. Phonf I tor^v li.rvlr,^ ,'' 'pent AKJ-SIO-F 10.!9 p's 11.* | Memphis, Tcnn. 11, J pX 4 Order COAL NOW/ Phone 3186 • Piompf De/ivery • Courteous Service HESTER'S Coal Yard MOME TODAY! Hufabard & Hoke APPLIANCE CO. «.t»..I.W VMrfv • llUftlAlLECTIII Now! You Can Get A Rocket 88" • 1950 OLDSMOBILE ROCKET "88" 4-door Se- rtan. \Ve invite you lo talk to the owner of this car —he'll tell you how fine it is_! A glorious marine blue. . .radio, healer, white sidewall tires, seat covers. .. Hydramatic drive. • ]!)SO OI.DSMOBILE ROCKET "88" 2-door Sedan. .Magnificent azure blue color, radio, heater, white sidewall (ires, seat covers. Another locally owned automobile.. .with the flashing performance of "Rocket Power"! 1918 I'ONTIAC Convertible (red body & black top). . . Hydramatic, radio, healer, everything. It's unusually nice! 1050 FORD custom Club Coupe.. .eijuippcd wilh practically new tires, radio, healer, overdrive... yours for $1395. 1911 PONTIAC "l-drtor Sedan...if a cheap car is what you want, then here's a real bargain for you.. .just $395. 1950 CHEVROLET '/z- Ton Pickup. . . a nice, clean truck wilh good tires. Look for the green pickup on our lot. 1917 INTERNATIONAL 3/-l-Tim Pickup. This heavier model pickup has mud-grip tires. . .molor just overhauled. 1918 INTERNATIONAL I'/i-Ton short whcelbase Truck with practically new tires.. .guaranteed condilion.. ,?595. HORNER WILSON MOTOR CO Your OU»m»biU-GMC Truck Dealer I C«r Lot - - • 3ff Eoit Main Street Just Call 6151

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