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/FACE TvTELVB Bi/rnnsvn,LE, (ARK.) COUKIBR WEDNESDAY, JULY K, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally i*t« per line for coiuecutlre Insertion: Utnfmum chars* Me I 11 m« per line I5c 1 times pei line per (lay ., He 3 lliuf& per line per clay Be 9 times per line ptr day "}c 12 t!M?5 per line per day 5c Month per line 90c Count tl\e average words to the line Ad ordered for three or &U limes and M tor the crumbfr of tlm.--* (he «d appeared and adjustment of hil] made. All cl&A&kflMl A d vert j sing copy Mlb- mUted by persons residing outride of the city must he acrompanlfil by cas'n Ratr* may paslly bs computed from the above table. Advertising ordered (or Irregular In«• it ions t*k*s the one time table • No responslhlllly win be taken (or more .than one Incorrect Insertion of any cUsslILra ad, All ads are restricted lo their proper ela \fiiflcftt ion stylo mid type. The Courier New* resorves the right to edit or reject any ad. Schwlnn bicycle. Good condition. Kev tires. Ph. 222V IQ p)t 26 K you want lo sell or buy USED FURNITURE see us, Arnold &Gaines 40G Knst Main Ph. 6357 2-20 ck tf MINNOWS: While River Shiners nnci Gold Fish. Crap- pic and HasR Size. Roaches and worms. Phone S33J). 328 R. .Main St. G. C. Jlawks. 7-9 pk 8-11 1949 Glhuon Range- New fjunrnntre Call Die). Ilobfrts, 6700 7>t3 cle tf wo del. M-tZ K Cotton IMckrr. Idle Picked tews tlinn 50 b.iLeft UHe Oln Co. Ph. 2635. Di- 7(13 ck tf Behold furniture, practically new In. 116 F-. MouHrie Dr. 7,23 pk 23 Apartment for Rent | Round onk lnhlr-28" floor lamp; 'i table mmp.v I I'h. «os.u tiiarneitir; I 4fj * 6 rugs, 3 rm. fur. apt.. RRB #(|\i1pm«nt. r< pie only, HH Ash. 725 ]ik bath, I )er top rirmn table Large 3 room furn. «pl. and OUHtles paid. Klcctrlr Kitchen. Filth, Ph. 3S45. T25 rm. \m(. apt.; 5 rm. turn, apt.' > storage room. Ph. 2109. 724 pk 31 3 rm. unfnr. apt. good locnllon. re decorate for perm, renter, cnll 3325 723 pX 8,2 3 room imf apt., private bath. New*T decorated Call (1I7B. 1]2\ pk "' Plnclf i Ph. 3130. spanJeJ 7,22 . pk'aa puppy, 3 rm. unfur Ph. 3548 . apt.. 533 Chick aaa 7112 pfc 26 Nice 4 room and hath tmf, Rpt Gns Good locution. Ph 2617. nleht 2366. 7il9 pX 2ft > rm furn. apt. Ill B. Sycamore ?"tir. Rpt., 4 rooms and bath, elec trie refrigerator. K»S equipment, goor furniture! 124 W. DiwLa. Ph H113 F Simon. 7j3 rV t Modern 2-rbom furnished apartm Call 56& or 2535. 1* O Small apartments, furnished. |8 up per week. Bedrooms $4 up single. 114 West Ash, ph. 2833. 5-29 ck tf Auto Supplies and Services AUTO AND FURNITURE LOANS Prompt Personal Service ft«neral Contract Purchase Corp 10ft South 3th Phone 6B03 415 ck «f Don't endanger your family with ••UU7 Ur«s—BUY LEE TIRES. , CHAPMAN 3EnVlCE STATION Mala and Division Phone 2563 12,13 ck tf Alterations and general sewing. 109 •o, 3i<J. Necchla Sewing Circle, 7110 ck *f FroHipt, Expert ScrTlCB on CommerHal AIR CONDITIONING As* for FRANK WICSTAU, Charlie's Electric Service Fhone 2993 - - - Heslrtrnce 3ROH a;6 ck Watch and Jewelry Repair t-Dsy sorvlee on JfiwPlry—3 d»ys on Kdtchw and clocks. Gunrnnteed work done by eicpert repairmen, Lowefit "PAT 0'BRYANT Main & Second in.J RADIO & 1 TV SERVICE Tour set on the. blink? For fast §«rr- Ice call Manager Carl Lx>ng at BLYTHRVILLE Television & Radio Service lUJi W Main Phone 3i?fl II 15 ck tl ' TYPEWRITERS" DON EDWARDS CO ____ _ 2 v.'hoej automobile trailer romptcte •Allfi hitch. i25. Call 6002 724 pk 27 "BRAND NEW~ 40 (jallon cloiiWe clement Kelviiiator liot water heater. 10 year warranty. Floor sample. Reduced to. $11 5 Good iisefi radios arid refrigerators. l.ow down payments aiui weekly terms B. F. GOODRICH •117 W. Main, ph 6331 7-25 pk 2(5 For Sale, Real fstate «!> nt.-p tnrm near Hnlt Moon S room Mine. sm ,]| b , rll „„,, „.„„„[ ho>| on RTRVPI road. ph. 6571 725 pk Good 6-1 '(Mini house anil hath on 'North Broadway, also 4- room house and bath on rear of lot. This house is only 3 years old and is good rental. This property is well worth 2 money and will easily G I Total price $7,500. Nice 3-bedroom home with SBS heat, on large lot in Coun- ry Club Drive Addition, close to Central School, also new ;h school. ? 1,000 to |1,500 cash will handle. Balance ?51.50 per month. This is an exceptionally good buy. Total price $8,500. See or cat! JOHNNY MARR Office phone 4111 Residence phone 2596 7-16 ck tf Home of Good Clean 1950 FORD TUDOR A l)oau(jfii) dark blue, deluxe "8". Kquipped with heater. Y»ur "Opportunity of the Week" 1947 FORD Mere's a very nice niH- roon-color Ciul, Coupe. An exceptional buy af only $845 1946 FORD Take drive tfrey only a demons!nit ion in this attractive Club Coupe. Now $695 1947 NASH Get a belter trade when you come to Phillips'. This '41 Club Coupe is just $ 1295 1946MERCURY A mighty fine dark blu« cur wifh bofh radio and heater. 2-door Sedan. $745 1950 FORD Got your money's worth on this clean '/i-Ton Pickup. Low mileage, too. $995 * 1948 Chevrolet This heavier-model (3/4- Ton) Pickup offers dependable service. Our low price, $795 ompany Broadway i, Cbrckaiawba Phone 4453 GLEANER COMBINE... f»mVin« Mint seykemm 'dim'. now, Jack Robinson Implement Co. Ose«»l«, bral S20 — B»yth«viH«, DM 1371 Insurance Caii 4553 For Complete Insurance Protection W. J., Pollard Agency ,> Planned Protection 124 W Ash at OLEVCOJ! HOTEL BUILDING 4[» ck Notice K?'' T ,? °° lS CASE OF AN A °>ENT It your cur In damaged In "JICineTH here's .oincll-.lni; y ou iurt n,,nw Blimncu will give you > '[" I"' 1 " J°>> on .ny ruiialr worK ot IJOO or moto The »-hnle car I* pjlnt- td-not Jim th« dumiged parts Free . 11 """' For wrecker- ,«vlc^ call rrrr, " ~ 41l>il nl Eh«. BURNETT HUDSON BALES. 515 Eut Main 4:23 ck V Real Estate Farms — City Property LOANS U Interested | n Buying or B«ll1nR »e« Noble Gilt Agency REALTORS — Cecil Earls — Bkig. pi, ___ _ _ »l» ck K There were a x BrililiTlotonTeTs i Australia hefore they were unit- 1 J«" 1. lilOl Whlmey 7tori- ti.t (tl Blvlbfvlllc . "' of tri? Will pay ilkou'. proposition, J7.DOO Flrldrr I'crry. brnv.er. 6893 ph hemp Whlwnhiint. 3400 ph 721 ck ATTKNTTON The HI.YTHKVILLK SiiOE SHOP has ofed to IOC West Cherry St. Will be Rlart to -lee my [rlends and cii^toincrB at this address. 7:20 pk 37 WALKER INSURANCE Glencoe liolcl F?nik!itig Phone 4360 Fire—Auto—Casualty Prntcclion at Low Cost .1. G. "Bull" Barnes ; W. L. "Bill" U'alkor 7-16 ck tf For Rent, Miscellaneous Hospital Brcls. sa.oo per inomh~ n-hci-l chairs, Jfi.m ri" raonlh' h»l» : "ril.s. !6(W pci month: vncuvim clf-Rii'- crs, jl (Kr pr r dny; wnxct and polisher, Jl.Ofl pfr day WADE FUk.s'lTURE CO Ph J1SJ II etc 824 4 rm. house And 3 rm rm. Apt. fur. Ph. 4267 For Salt, Cars and Trucks HECKSHBR WESTEND AUTO SM^S Pb. «71 _ 2lsi »na Kenwood W« nn»nce "Cheapest rjooa Cius In Town" A-l Motor t3S. 6,20 ck 8 2<J CARL PAUL te the ni*n lo APC if you'rn looking tor R new OLDSMOBtl.E. a new GMC t/nck. or A GOOD USED CAH He'll give you (he best trada ]n lownl You'll ILnn him at I-lorner-\Vilson lAFotor Co. Plmnc 205« Nljfht 4iW 6^0 ck 8 20 H,lp Wanted In woman or man wanted at i 3 cafe on Ash and Broadway person. 7(17 c k t f t400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME: We will select a reliable per&on tram this area to rcim antl collect money trorn our Nc» Automatic Mercluntluinj machines No s elll, 1|t . To qualify «„- pllcnnt must have car. reierrnc™ 460+] I tor n-orklni; capital Demtlng 4 hours « werk »-lli net up to S4CM1 monthly •A<m iiOKsLblllty of Inklnjr over full time. For Interview W rHe «lvlns name, ase. adilrcs* and phone. Brn 567. \Vell.«ton 12 Mo. 7110 nk afi NOTICE IN THE PROHATR COURT OF THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP N. B. HOOKER, deceased No 20S4 Lasl known address ol decedent- Ftatitt 2. t.eaclifille, Arkansas. Date ol death: July 11. 1951. The imdepigned was appointed administrator ot the estate of the above-named decedent on the 17 day of July. 1951. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verlfi"d. lo Ihe undersigned within six months from the dnte of tlie first publication of tills notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In tht estate. Tills notice first published it day of July, 1951. Delbert Hooker (Administrator) Lenchvllle, Arkansas Oscar Pendler, attorney. I1S-2S EDSON COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY CS1VEN, that In pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the de- cretal order of the Chancery Court ol Mississippi County (Chtckasaw- ba District), made and entered on the 9th day of July. 1051, | n a certain taus« (No, 11.683) then pending therein between Federal National Mortgage Association and Victor Howard. »s Trustee.' Complainants, and Carl Benjamin Germany. Peggy V. Germany, Cnrl R. Gray. Jr., as Administrator ot Vet- ernns Affairs, and Victor Howard, as Trustee, Defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will "ffer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the South door or entrance to the County Courthouse In Btytheville, In tlie County of Mississippi, at II o'clock, A, M,, on the 15 day of August. 1951, the following described real estate situated in Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wlt: , Lot Two (2). Block Four (4). of the David Acres Subdivision in the City of tiytheville, Arkansas. TERMS OP SALE: On a credit, of three (31 months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law, and the order and decree of said Court In said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of four and one- half per cent (4!4^) per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand thin 17 day of July, 1951. HARVEY MORRIS. (Continued from Pag« g) nkt force* might have air superiority over the United Nations. Results of conflict under such cpndt- tions might oe far different from what they have been. Ltd Not l)o It Aloiu Here is new argument being advanced by opponents of the "go It »lone" theory for American continuation of/Korean war, without United Nations support. Suppose the United States should go it alone to the extent of bombing Red ak bases in Manchuria and Siberia. Then suppose the Russians retaliated by a snealc bomb raid on A0m« U.S. city like Seattle or Detroit. That would inaan start of war between the United States and Russia. Exuropean nations might sey they wanted no part ol any such struggle, in spite of North Atlantic Pact. I And in such circumstances, the United States would have to fight the war without allies. Mijlil Be a Problem You Chan Yang, neiv Korean ain- bassattor to ths United States, was medical doctor in Hawaii and luid never held a diplomatic post until he was .smmnoned b«ck to Korea by President Syngman Rhee and given the appointment to Washington. Dr. You was born In Pusan. but his parents fled to Hawaii to escape Japanese rule. He got his medical rxlucation in Boston. In Washington, Dr. YOU is wording to get support for the South Korean five-point peace plan It calls for these terms: Chinese Communists must withdraw to Manchuria North Korean Commu- Ist* must be disarmed. ON guarantee against any third pover giving further aid to North Koreans, Representatives of Republic of Korea (South Koreal to sit in on any neiice conference: No plan to be considered which does not include unification of all Korea. F.lrcirlc Baltls I There's another big row brew-1 mg between public and private power advocates over celebration of "Rural Electrification Week" August 26. Celebration was conceived ny private power companies. Big theme wa.s to be that expansion of electric power lines lo rural areas has now made electricity available to 96 per 'cent of the country. Public power advocates are . ocaes are burned up because the celebration will for Rent i-. 5 roon 2 room •*MUrntly PliciiK- 33S2 Plenty of Parking Space Expert Watch and .Icwclrv Repairing II dovn. 51 TreclUy Work qu-u.MUr* <: SCHMUCK'R .IF.UEl.KV «nrt bath. N. J.' Mum ^11 \\lth rirMlnR plant n iiu S room* nurt bMh rji 'dioltl j\ntl otdce tiirntti t's fan or w/Uc S. O l,o< 9ST. Osccola. ArK 7.21 ck For Sale or Trade ln? anil a', t PI a euei. 313 OaX 32(1 Mr* ,' Washing Machines repaired, all makes. Rlyllicvillo Machine Shop. Phono '2828. 3-6 ck If LAWS MOWER AND \V\SHINO MACH1NI SERVICE Prompt r«u'—t Ji-rrlre Stp Herbert G.-a!iAm si ;2i Jarr.'.wn. or C*H S738. 6 29 ck I 23 For Sale, Misc. 2 AC Combines. E* Kniorf-Tdndirn V«n ti trftdc with new tire* CMKAI' Phone ?967 two hri!ma intlc Hot wm closo In CAll 33119 h, 6179. Cou- 7.25 pk 8.8 sp. nttlc f^n. ,Ucr. Ph. f32? 7 10 pk 2fi 005NEU, HIGH SCHOOL Proposed BtldKot of Expenditures losethcr with Tax Levy for Fiscal Vcar B<!ei)inlii£ July |. 1953. (0 , llcl inducling June 30. HIM. Thr Itnnrd of Directors fit Onsnc-ll School Dislriot No. f, of MKsissippI Comily. JUtinmas. in compliance vlth Ihe rcminemerits of Act 4fW of I. Q 5I onrl nf Amendment IN,THp; CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Arncld Arthur Mayer. PU. -••"i- No. 11.15* Elsie (Sheila) Kraigher Mayer, Dfl. WARNING ORDER The defendant Elsie (Sheila I Kraighei- Mayer, Is hereby warned In appear in this Court within thir- ! (y dnys and answer the comjil-:lnl | of the plaintiff, Arnold Arthur i Mayer. , i WITNESS my hand and Seal as Clerk of the said Court and the play down Rural Electrilica- Administration's ]5-year drive 'l Ji"^ 1 ".'? I t0 T br '" g elect ™ il * '° the "farm.,. 1,18-25 8,1, In ,935 only 750,000 farm, had electricity. Today only 650.000 don't have electricity. Of tho., e farms with power. 49 per cent are served i 1 R ^*-. acerl ™e»t financed sys- >t-i.i.s. 47-iiBr cent by private power companies i~»>;r _ . '• "^ to v.^.it v.i mtr .>HLu ^uurc ana tne ; Constltnlinn of the Stair of! seal of said Court this the 23 day oil haw ]>retj;ired, unproved. I July, 1951. Business /or Sale B!JJ- «Utm(nnm Ust life of your hou<* BulWer. g,,p3l T . lric . " rjprleh' piano: window drnr,ei~ x tn»ho;»r djnini: chairs. !„,-. chiui lonngps tor .euro: » n.p Johnjon nrnf. or; cutoaiMlc rule Ph 0^5 _ _• _________ _ 1.19 pk 3T Corttr s r >"i!e! pupplrji. Monde, irui W»rt«. C.11 178. Ji.ni,,. Bhfl ,ii * D 7. i Omi.I," r,l Main , tl fujslnr.v* Priced Private Rooms •trr ranTrnlrnt to b.iln nlc. Ph J.125 611 w Msln. ',10 P* 810 N'lr^lv "1 ranee il?lir'I hfdroon l.Bhs SI,, pt, . t)X 31 GLENCOE MOTEL econd $9.00 WEEKLY _______ Ahonl 500 b-1 corn. A. r, nii'do." . . , a,, on H»J, B. OtceoU. 7. bedroom arflpt m. tliy.v hfriroom. nlc« rMrnH prlnR niallreM, constant pii 27 _ - « ' !>)>i ui£ niniircKS, ' St ai . »«Hr. » |>ci wtck. Ph. Tower lau-ii mowers for rent. Master Mower's the one I hat culs all. Rate ?1.50 first hour, fl.OO per hour thereafter. Blytlievillr. Machine Shop Phone '28^8 7-5 ck S-r> ' and h!\th. N Hlcllw-av 61 i-n^jmi« 7 20 pk 2? .1 room fir home with bRllj. couplo only in S 1«. rh .1535 7.20 nx 27 Prflftlrftlly UPW modern 4 room ('"mr niul Jj.iij]. Atnornatlc clcclrlc hi7' , "••vr-r hpA'.cr vencllnn blinds, *45 Ph fs < fi 720 pk 2T | Slid hprchT make p-.ihlic the nrnpri.',- ert btitUrt r,r rxpenaiian-s loijclhcr with thi> Inx n'e us (nllowf: General Control. 41.041: Fnsirilc- llun. {35.401: operation of sdiool RinWincR. J.1.SCO: Maintcinnve of il Planl and Rqiiiniiiciu $1 - Au.vilinrv rteenrics fiticliirling Iransporialionl. ss.noO: Fixed '"''.ws, 52.000.- cnnitai outlay 53- G(1n Uobt S" in. Harvey Morris, Clerk Ry Ruth Magee. D. C. Oscar Fcndlcr. iUy ad lltctn. 7,25-8 l-fl-15 , I if)0: Board of DjrPcloi-.t propope^ ;i levy of 40 mills. Tills tax lovy rV::'i-s tlir present rnntlniiliie' for the rcnronicnt of present in- CJivrn Iliis 2^nl dny nf July. 1951 B'»ard of Dircrlors. Ciornrll Srhool Distrirt No. 6 of Mississippi County. Arkansas Bv C. A, Moody. President i and G. R. Lcdbctler. Scnpinry 11 5lore bullrllnp with 819 S. lake cqnlpinrnt ?;23 pk 2S w unfurnished apartments. Ready for occupancy. 3 large rooms—batli. Tile floors, colorful clpcov.it ions, floor furnaces. On bus line. en for inspection. Reason- lc! rent. \V. Hose. Ph. 6023-6107 21 pk 28 I Pi I! i urn. 5 room ftotisp with bsth. 708 St., Cull Orover's Boar Sliop. j,ja c» jo NOTU'i: OF r.HAXTlXG OF i.iqron PKKSHT Noticr Is hereby ph-en Hint the UeiwrlmrlH ol Alcoholic Bevrrnrc I Control has issued a pmnit No a-^v to Harold Tsyior lx"*-ls lo sell 'amli til>|irii:p yinrus or spirituous liquors tor beverage at retail on Ihe premises described as: <06 W. Ash Blv-' tlleyille. ' i This permi! issued Oil the I day' ol July 1951. and expires on ilie ,JO day of June. 19S2. j Harold Taylor I_e\v!s I 7,25 8 1 j Shoe Repair Helps You Look Your Best H-flLTCRS 111 W. MC4IN ST. Whot Don't You Need? Old rlckelj furniture, worn clothes, fishing equipment anything on earth that yon rton'l want Is worth monej In trades and swap* at H A yi Sale, Co. Brinjt II aawn- vou'll find iomethUn JOB DO H&MSalcsCo, in r. M.in rh. n , M S9 In the early days of the iwulh- west. mnle.<; sold for $30 apiece — three lime.? the price ol i hors« in! thc«c day* LAWN MOWER & Washing Machine Repair Service for prompt jtrrlc* work, »lw»Ti ftnd expert Call 6738 Herbert Graham 721 Jamison No More Smelly, Nasty Garbage In Your Home Shrfrts food was<« lo small btls ... W..h» U Mfflj down Ihc '"In . . . S | mple „ A . B . C Flls almost «nj jlnK. s« It to- d»7 Hi HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANCE CO. YOUR DOLLAR Get The Most For Itl Buy the best when you are buying a used car! It cotrt* no more and it does insure satisfaction in the Ion* r»«. That's what connfs. You']] fin,! that Sullivan-Nelson'* ears »re priced low ... and guarantee* to b« In th« best mechanical condition. • 19-17 CADirj.AC "62 series" 4-d«>r Sedan. H«rt*i a heatitifuJ black car that's in perfect mechanical mm- tddav' "'"' 1946 PLYMOUTH 4-door r.^JW ft • »39» • 1911 CHBVROLET long wheelbas. Truck w ui. good (ires . . . now priced at only $195. • r 1919 CHKVROLET '/ 2 -Ton Pickup •f o" f>. • 291947 DOI) «K J4-TM Pickup Truck _ now CHEVROI ' ET -« j . rm. This truck runs good and ban good rubber . . . haul off crop . . . only $119. Many more to choose from . . . !/,_3/j_i_ m()u ' j ' Trucks the big " OK " car Easy GMAC Payment Plan Remember, You Can Always Get A Good Deal at SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY 301 West Walnut Phon* 4578 Stepped Up! Gasoline & Tractor Fuel Ex»m Miles Extra Power Get The Best "I Sell Thot Stuff" G.O POETZ OIL CO. Phone 2089 Choose A Horner-Wilson TRUCK! TRUCK & TRAILER 'W IIiHlgr 2-Ton Truck wi(h 24 f(. Nahers Trailer.. .just what you need for h.iulhit s c< .rf or soybeans. Truck has SOOvJO lircs-tra'iler has new heavy duty 3 <.le. AVo»! \Vhat . price! $ 1499 • '19 Chevrolet Vi-Ton IMckii|) wilh deluxe cab, radio & healer . . . bargain prict, ?S!)5. • 'SO C V MC y t - Ton Pickup wilh practically new (ires . . . very low mileage, now only $350. • '-18 International 1 '/i- Ton LW» Truck wifh practically new bed 825x20 new tires. Save now. • '50 Ford i/, - Ton Pickup . . . clean as a pin? It's CI.KANKR than a pin . . . now just $795. HORNER WILSON MOTOR CO Your Oldsmobile-GMC Truck Dealer Ustd Car Lot ... 300 East Main Streef T • '19 G-MC 3,/J - Ton Pickup wifh rack, an un- usuaily nice truck with new tires. A bargain. • MS Chevrolet J/j-Ton Pickup in perfect shape . . has deluxe cah & M new tires . . . $875. • MS Chevrolet !>/,Ton S\V» Truck. The hcsl buy in Hl.vt'herille! Has nesv motor, 4 brand new tires. Deluxe cab. • 'JG Chevrolet !>/,Ton L\VB Truck. A perfect (ruck for farming— has good tires and a new motor.

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