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TWELVE BLTTREVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1952 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Klnlmum cbarf* .............. ... *3« 1 »lm* p*t line ............. • ..... l*° a time* p*r line p*r day ...... .... 12c 3 Unaw p*r line p*r diy .......... sc 6 Ume* p*r line p«r d»r ......... 7c 12 tlm« p«t line p«r day ........ *c Month per line ............ 11.".. Count fir* average words to tne line. Ad ordered for three or tlx tlmet »nd •topped before expiration will be charged for the number o( limes the ad appeared and adjustment of bin mad* All clarified advertising copy nub- mltted by persons residing ouuslde nt the cltj must be accompanied by cash, Rate* may easily b* computed Irom *he above table. Advertising ordered for irregular ln- Mrtloni lake the one time laWe No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect Insertion or any claimed ftd. All ad* are reBtrlcted to their proper eJaesWicallon, style and type. The Courier News reserve* the right to «dK or reject any ad. __ Apartment ior Rent SELF SERVICE & FINISHING LAUNDRY for sale Laundry equipped with Ifaytae, Sp**d Queen and nendU- Dryrrt, J/oner. 5-room boiu* with bath, right on Hwjr. 61 gat* with Laundry, alBO rental house on back of propcnjr Reason for celling, hut bund in nervlce. See Mrs. Jim LUilejohn. 213 6, Walnut fit., 6te«le. Mo., ph. 224W. I!8 pk 2.8 Uih Cameras far Sale $0e Weekly. O'Blren'i Studio IjlS ck 2 L IS Two 21 foot Alma, house trailers. ' Permanent bed, studio couch atid Butane cook stove. Perfect condition Two good 20-inch 750 8 ply used Urea for tale cheap. Muthts Trailer Sales S. Hwy. 81. 23 j>x 12 GEESE FOR SALE 300 head will deliver ihem to your farm For Infortnntlnn call, 327, Stpple, Mo. 126 pk 9 150—10 month-old white leghorn pullet* In full production. 527 N. 10th St, Ph. 3793. ' 2;* pk 11 One 9 ft. Warren meal box, 1 rtrluk box. 1 acale. RALPH KOURF. S. Jlwy 61. Ph. 4737. 2;< pH 17 Almost perfect yellow Jersey heller, frr&lipn within w*pk; 3 bred glltR. Hampshire eligible to registry, also few weanling plgfi- Priced right. H. r,. YEAGER, l>] ml. S. Sleele on 61, 25 pk 12 I93ff Dodge, Tudor, radio, healer. L Northern car, bargain. 513 N. 1st. Ph. : 8303. 25 pk 12 tm. fur. apt. Private b»»i. ly, M6 L**e. F n - 2406. I One s '2394. 6 foot fthci%'cns 3 rm. u 2491 Dell. 2301 Cheap, call 4 ck 1) _ ___ „-_ oapcely fum. WBhts ntid water. 4 room \mt. do *[£ialr& npi.. newly decorated. Adult*. Ph. M65j. One new Oliver fiS Tractor—$1700, „.,... .one new Oliver 212 Plow Master on rub- j 315 ck 12 | ber—1215, one new ,1-iow middle bunt- I I er—$200, one new Oliver 70 motor— i *300, OIlviM imllor chains and other parts fll dfnler.s cost. OLIN HARfU- ON FURNITURE CO,, 517 WEST ASH. h. 2S32 or 2344. 6 ck tl 3 rooms, private bat*. 4 rooms, private bath. CM rates lo «"'£"»••. ""i 6325. ___;L-_ — ~ KM or 6066. . '' M ___ __ _ Modern apt.. 3 rooms «n<i a' 1 * 1 . ne . w ' ,, decorated, eood Jiirnltui.. «•" « 1 >" 1 P; men«. Ph 3373. F Simon. 81" c» tf Small Apartments, furnished. $8 up per we<-k. Bedrooms |4 up single. 114 West Ash, Ph. 2833.' '8-4 ck tf Auto Supplier and Services For Safe, Real Estate 5 rm, house A bath A 3 ncres of Innrt. Kfist Hlwny ID, goer! outbuildings, nice ccan orchard. Immediate poM>es*lon. Reason Ior selling, moving to farm. Ph. SJ33, 2,T pX H " Don't endanger your family with hultT lire*—BUT LEX TIRES. CHAPMAN SERVICE STATION Iflln «od Division Phone 2583 12113 ck tf Services repair »ny mhke or model washing chines. Z M°<*s west ot D!»le Pig. en 8th St.. by new school. Herbert Or«h«m, ph. «73«. ..;• 2:6 px a',« I ma Btwtnr * alterations. Ph. 6263, ' M pk Will do w»hlnt« & Ironing" In my koma. Th, 8147. i|» p> t'.' 3D IflKOTZ PHOTOSTATIC STOV- •CIB. O'BTIEN'S STUDIO-115 W. MAIN. Watch and Jewelry Repair 1-D»7 icrtlee on Jewelry—3 days on VttcbM »n<t clocks: Ou»FAnte«d work 4cn« bf expert repalrxnen. Low eat Real Estate For Sale TOR BALE, MR. O. I, i Modern six-room house with bath. 3 ' bedrooms, lots of closet Rpace, living oom, dining room, fcttchcn, Thl» hoii^c s two yeftrs old and in top condition nsld« unrt onl'. S350 c«sh Including iloslng costs will handle. Price: $fl,4SO. Also live-room house with bath \vlth tiachfd RRrn JR. Two years old. In *trn good condition, S^50 c;k*h, Inclnd- ng closing cost.-*, will hanrlle. Trice: $6.850, These houses won'l Ja*t Jong. See or call JOHNNY MARR Realtor 112 So. 2nd. Phone 4111 Residence Phone 259fi 2 : 7 CH tf Will tr»d« my hom« at 2120 Kcn- ood DrlTe. BlfChevme lor small wcll- mprQTecl [arm near Blythevlllft. PATO'BRYANT Main A Second W. Cole — U. McClinah»n UPHOLaTKRTNCl . Mellnlshlng - KcpiHring X8TIUATEB FBB2 AtL WORK GUARANTEED 114 ». Cheny (Hear) BlTtnevllle. Ark., ph. 3583 Ouuthenrllta. Uo.. ph. 1430J I|I2 pk For Sale, Misc. 1 yr. old cow. See Mrfl. Rl. 3. Box V» Edn* Craig. I'il pk 10 Late model Westlnghouse Rancho lUnge, slightly used, excellent condition, also good Duo Therm heAter. Call 4603 Atter S p.m. 2,7 pk Good bird doe. G14 south L«ke St. ' Spencfr Owen's Mobllga* Serrlc* BtAtLon. north lit th* Ktopllght on Hwy. 81 in St«lB. Mo. Ph. 266R ."-Ilrr 6 p.m. 2,7 pk 1' • Save Money When You Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GLIN HARRISON & SON FURNITURE CO. 617 W. Ash Ph. 255: 8-2 ck tt •TYPEWRITERS" DON EDWARDS CO. 1H W W»lnut Phone 33R2 Plenty of Parking Space 400 acres, nil In cultivation. 0 house*. avrd highway, elpctrlclty. artesian wfitcr. 4 miles north of Benolt. C H. Klrchhoic. Benolt, Miss. 2;« ck 13 Real Estate Farms—City Property LOANS It Interested In Buying or celling •** Noble Gill Agency REALTORS — Cecil Earla — Glencoe Bldg. Ph. 6868 3 room home with hath. Newly deco- ra led. Dcslrnble location, Rent reasonable to right couple. Call 3758 niter 5 3 room house, bath, hut It In cnhl- ncts. Water furnished. $30 per mo. Ph. 6325 or 25G5. 2 : 5 pX 12 fi room rum. house, bath. Hot writer. electric stove, refrigerator. $50 per month. 2125 W. Hi way 18. Cnl! 6745. •25 pk 12 Wanted to Buy We will pay CASH for yotir old Kodak*, ckmerai »nd lenses for purU. O'STKIN'S STUDIO, 115 WWST Main 12|4 cX tf V&td furniture, g T. rrnernnn Dell Ark., Ph. 2401. 1|19 C X tl Insurance Call 4553 For Complete Insurance Protection W. J. Pollard Agency Planned Protection 12* W Ash SI. OLKNCOE HOTKL BUILDING For Rent or Sole Tour room house and five acres of *nd for a*Ie or rent, also one white ace bull. See J. O. Serntt. 3 mllea south of Blyther.ile on H.Rhu-nj' 61. 2J4 pfc 10 Lost & Found Used Tractors 2 H Far-mall's with ment. 1949 Masaey Harris "44" Tractor with 4 Row Cultivator. John Deere A with 2 Row Cultivator. John Deere "H" Tractor with lights, starter & hydraulic lift, & 5 pieces of equipment 4 John Deere "B" Model Tractors with equipment. Cash or Easy Terms Many other good used tractors to choose from. . . If you want a good used tractor at a good price go to 61 Implement Co. N. Highway 61 Dial 2142 12-14 ck tf CaterptlUr sl*e 30. «nd bush nnd ho~s disc, ready to go. Price iloso CLAY BROS.. BIS First at , Ktnnett Mo 1:31 pk 31 ANTIQUKS. Kenernl »ne. 10«3 Holly. Pn. ««. t j P k 8 White Spitz with black dot on no.-v Cflll 2907. Reward, C. L. McWfUcrR 2.5 ck Man's prcpn billfold lost Monday 1 Rlylhrvlllp, Finder ploa.se keep money, mnll wallet and papers to Robert L. Smith. Gen. Del., LeaclKllle. 2 B pk 9 For Sale, Cars & Trucks 1EU9 Chevrolet pickup, deluxe cab. and new tires, small down payment. eisv term*. Call 3197 from 7 to 6. 4:119 aUor 6. 2.7 pk 10 OM.C 450 tractor and 28 foot carter tr?ller. Contact Stephen Jeffery, Kelser. • —. Or cnll 2»a. Keljer. 7 pk Jl $ t Limited Time Only! Save now on a motor tune-up at Phillips... the service that does most In save expensive repairs. For jusf $5.95 (plus pads, of course) we'll do this complete jot). . .which includes checking or adjusting: 5.95 1. SPARKPLUGS 2. WIRING 3. DISTRIBUTOR 4. COIL 5. STARTER 6. GENERATOR 7. VOLTAGE CONTROL 8. BATTERY 9. ENGINE TIMING 10. COMPRESSION 11. CYLINDER HEADS 12. MANIFOLDS 13. FUEL PUMP 14. CARBURETOR 15. AIR CLEANER 16. COOLING SYSTEM Broadway & Chickasawba ompami Phone 4453 Are you 30 Happy? We Are! Jack Robinson Implement Co. Blvthevillt, ArJcmMU — Phone 2371 For Kent room on McDanlrl Si. Ph. 25 ck tl 3 room house with btith, hot -water, built ln^'garage. 904 N. 5th. Phone 4632. call niter 3 p.m. 2;4 pX 10 rm- fur. house, dec. Kitchen, good neighbor hood. Ph 9G71 nr 2D38. 3 rm. fur. house 322 N. 8th Ph. - WEEKLY RATES • NEW GLENCOE HOTEL Nice steam hcatcrt 4 rm. fur apt., electric kitchen, close In. Ph 4432, 1.23 ck « Concrete Block Building. suitable for firagn or store nnd adjoining 5 room ionsft with bath. Locate tl In curve on Hlghwny 81, south eJrte of Holiixntl. Mo. Call «H04 or wrlto Pjuil Ilynim Implement Co. 1[22 ck tf Modern cahlns Courts, Ph. 9351. apts. Gulf Ing ervice station, gnrnge, ra. Inventory atock South Highway 6t. Ph Lost Boy Iil3 ck 3 ; 22 ind llv- [,a rated Mickey's Nome Not Art, Swiss Supreme CourtRules fn Disney Controversy LAUSANNe. Switzerland. M»l— The Swiss Supreme Court has decided thnt the name "Mickey Mouse" Ls not a "work ot creative art" and therefore Ls not protected by copyright. Walt Disney Studios had sued the "Mickey Mouse Restaurant" In Zurich Ior the unauthorized use ot Mickey's name and image on It.s menus, plates, tablecloths nnd publicity. The Zurich courts had upheld the complaint nnd ordered the restaurant to change St-s name and remove Mickey's ininge from Its premises. However, the supreme court, on appeal, decided that Mickey's Image must go, but his name could remain. "Tile title ot a work of nrl is only protected by copyright," the court's judgment said, "if It has an inherent creative content. Throughout the world, animals Rre given human nick- namcs. To call a mouse 'Mickey 1 Is thus too commonpJace lo deserve the distinction of a creative work of literature." The court recognized, however, that there was artistic originality In Mickey's image. "Anyone can draw a mouse in hlimnn form." the judgment said, ". . . . but no one can deny that the human form chosen by Walt Dumey Is of » special and individual character." 0759 or 3251. 1|12 ck 4 room house b!ln<1s. rugs and bath. Venetian ricior. Large garden. C. Bright. <o Gosnell School. 2|1 pk 4 room Turn, house with linth. Water nirnlshcrt. Ph. 4255. 2 < ek U •^'11.1.. i im. unfur. apt. Gas floor furnace fc bath. Good nclg'.i'.jorhood Ph. Day 3309. night 2366. 2,1 ck 10 Wonted to Rent Drns: lint 1 n;x work. Th. 4320. SPECIAL The new poodle hair cut und permanent *7.50 Bud lip. Olhcr strlex 110 wave for $5. $15 | O r 57.50. Facials « 50- We specialize In tints. Beauty Bar Glencoe Hotel BIdg. Ph. 3202 . Old, rellowsd. frayftd, cm eked, damaged photos car be restored true-to- U*«. Terr r**5onabJ«, O'Steen's studio. Notice Join Farm Bureau In February. Volunteer workers nre now accepting mbfrsblps In your community, It'.i about the best js yon e<ret spent to protect your own business. n pk 3.2 ?10 Cold Waves $5 Fre« Manicure with *ach permAnfi Landv's Beaut" Shop J003 W. Main. Ph. 26M 58 pk 13 On« room for store supplies. Cnll 4 ck 11 Help Wanted IN THE BAG—Perched insid* his huge handbag, made in lew York for use in the March of Dimes campaign, Toby Ca- veil hands her sister Leah a lipstick. The leather bag, which cost $700 to make, will b* exhibited throughout th* United States, doing a collection job for the polio fund. full strength this year or for several years to come. There aren't enough young men reaching age IS to till UMT and also meet draft requirements for a (hree and a half million man armed force. . Two year service for over a million 1950 draftees expires this year. They have to be replaced by new drafts or volunteers. Selective Service Administration estimates the number of boys reaching 18 thU year tt 1.108,000, an avera»e of 90,000 a month. From a third to a half of this number Is rejected for physical dls- ahllity or for occupational and educational defermenU. The number of boy» reaching 18 this year is lower than would normally he expected because of the lav birth ratt in the depression year 193*. Th» number reaching 18 will Increase by 20,000 to 50,000 a year until 1958. when it is expected to reach 1.500,000. These will be the boys who were bom in 1940. Airlift for Books Opens In Resettlement Sector KUANTAN, Pahang. Malaya (IF, —Recently a small Chinese school wa-s opened in a resettlement area •several miles inland from here— but not without dif/l:tiHles. There are no roads to the area and a trip upriver would take two days through dangerous jungle. So. in order to supply books to the school's 41 pupils, an airlift was ordered and tht books were dropped squarely In the school grounds. EDSON Continued form Page 6) range objective, Military leaders may be over-optimistic in their estimates that they will be able to take the.se UMT graduates and whip them into combat divisions within three to six month,-; after an emergency call-up of the reserves. But this U the target which military lenders are shooting at. Costs of training each UMT man for six months are estimated at $2700, Since the armed services now spend about $11,000 per man per year, savings would be considerable. Of course, it the six-months' training was found to be inadequate, legislation might be introduced to lengthen the period. This "foot in the door" approach is what bothers many UMT critics. Buildup Must Be Gradual It is Impossible to start UMT at Hollywood Continued from Page 6 TV show plays to as many people I would face In seven seasons of touring the country on a one- night-stand operation. What a monster!" Hilclegfmle Neff, on waiting three years for a film break in Hollywood: "It was good for me—the disappointments. I was a star In Europe but I learned not to take things for granted. I realized that a career depends on luck and that your past achievements don't carry you." • • * Will Rogers, Jr., about playing his father in "Tfci Will Rogers Story": ''I guess everybody thinks my Dad's only costume was lev is and a crushed felt hat. They're due for B surprise. As a wild west show entertainer he wore costumes as extravagant as Milton Berle's. One of them was a red velvet suit." * • • Joan Crawford, on the over-emphasized importance of mink, coats: "I won't say that A mink Isn't a nice thing to have around the house. But as I once said to someone who asked me if I thought a mink coat was important: 'Only If its cold outside.'" •- * • • Producer Jerry Wald, about his new film, "This Man Is Mine": "It's a western that, isn't a western. There isn't a gun in the story. "No one says: 'They went that- ftway.' There's no sheriff and no posse, "The heavy doesn't break a chair \ over the hero's head and the hern doesn't shoot it out with the bacf men in the middle of a. deserted street. "It's an honest story of the people who live in today's west." help In establishing themselves. They are sa!d to receive loans in money, manufactured goods nnd timber. In the lust few months 32 fishermen's families have started up a new settlement on the islands of Itnmp. Chnrraptmji. India, has had 1,605.05 inches of r,iln in two years. ?\ pit 12 I Female Help Wanted i.nrty to live In home .t help cft for ont* chtJct, Room, honrd ,V pntor Refrrenccs rroulrprt. Phona 6749. Salesman Wanted VTANTKD: A Ciwxt rrllnhte mivn to supply customers with Rflwlolith Products WrHc JlHWlr!zh's Dfpt AKO- 210-127. Memphis. Tcnn. 3,7 pk 8 Russians Settle In Kurile Islands MOSCOW <AP>— Dispatches bc- ine received from the Kurile Islands —that lie between the sea of Ok- hotsk nnd the Pacific—tell of the arrival and settlement of Soviet citizens there. The Soviet state Is reported to bo giving the new settlers FOR SALE Conrrcle culverts, 12 Inch in 48 inch, plain or rconforced. .Also Concrete Building; Blocks cheaper than lumber for hams, chirUr-n houses, pump houses, tenant hnuses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call us Tor frr« estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. rhnne 601 FOR RENT Typewriters & Adding Machines New & Late Model Machines—Low Rotes We buy used office machines A furniture. Johnson Office Equipment Co. SALES—SERVICE 112 S. Broadway—Phone 4420 Phone 3186 Prompt Delivery Courteous Service HESTER'S Coal Yard Private Rooms t»rc«. newly decorated bedroom Jor tvo employed Uclltfi. Ph. 2M4. 2;J pic 3J 106'/a K. Mnln 1|)5 pk J.li IS * 17 Wkly 1 b«drooms. men only. Private ea- tr»nc«. 613 w«]mi>, Ph. Use IS pk 2.8 Bedrooms. Men onlr. Mr». R •er«r. Pk. IM*. ip Now you can Ret dally overnight trucking service to all points north ... at the L. A. Tucker Truck Lines in nlythcville. V.sclede * Walnut Streets. Phone 8611 for prompt service. L. A. TUCKER TRUCK LINES That means knowing fxarllv HOW FAST you're driving! Let ua check your spetdometfr If you're In doubt ... we can rc- pMr them (or all mAVes of rars and trucks. Then yon're SURE! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chr.rslfr-Plynvmth Df»lcr 121 E. Main Phone 2128 Attention Farmers! The S & S tractor company, your authorized Ford tractor dealer, carries the ONLY complete stock of genuine FORD tractor parts in Blytheville. The Famous Is Only $1,553 S & S TRACTOR CO. Phone 8951 112 No. Franklin St. YOU CANT BE FOOLED Save $25 or More On Guaranteed Cars & Trucks at SULLIVAN.NELSON CHEVROLET CO. • 1951 Chevrolet deluxe Styleline Power-Glide 4-door Sedan. Beautiful 2-lone grey finish . . . loaded with extras. Come in and see this fine automobile today 1 • 1919 Chevrolet Fleetline 4-door Sedan. Equipped wilh radio, heater, defroster and many, many more extras. It runs like a new one! • 1948 Chevrolet Fleelline 2-door Sedan. Here's a beautiful 2-tone green car with radio, heater and defroster. • 1918 Ford V-8 S-I'assenjjer Coupe. Runs like a top. This nice grey car has radio, heater, spotlight. • 1949 Studebaker long wheelbase Truck with 12- foot body. • 1948 Dodge Jong wheelbase Cab & Chassis Truck with new heavy-duty motor. 825x20 (ires all around. Buy this one now—it will be worth $500 more this falll Only $795. • 1948 Chevrolet 1-Ton Pickup Truck. This motor is perfect, the tires look like new. A dandy for $795. • 1948 Ford '/ 2 -Ton Pane! Truck. City-owned and city- driven, this clean, fine-running truck has tires as good as new. Now only $595. You can find all makes and year model pickups at Sullivan : Ne!son. . . y 2 , 3/4 and 1-Ton. Come to the big paved used car lot on Walnut Street. EASY GMAC PAYMENT PLAN Call your favorite salesman for a demonstration ...Frank Grigsby, L. E. Baker, Pete Burnham, W. O. Penny, A. E. Miller and Hen Cooper. Remember, you can always make a good deal at j SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY "The Big Used Car Lot on Walnut Street" 301 West Walnut Phone 4578 Delinting&TreatingService We are now operating our NEW Carver Delint- ing and Treating Plant. All new equipment including latest model Slurry^ (liquid) treater. All sacks electrically sewed .. . we guarantee you quick, eficient and satisfactory service. Seed accepted in truck or carload lots. . .discount on all lots of 5 tons or more. Insure a better stand and less rust damage by treating your seed. Bring your seed EARLY and «void the rush. WARD GIN COMPANY No. Highway 61 — Blytheville — Phone 3756 Horner-Wilson Saves You Money! PONTIAC 2-DOOR This handsome 2-tone grey & blue car has white tires, radio, heater. Cleanest car In Blytheville! CHEVROLET deluxe Fleetline 4-door Sedan with white sidewall tires, radio, heater .. CHEVROLET Fleet- line 2-door Sedan . . . a very nice light grey car.. .now just 1948 OLDSMOBILE 2-door Sedan with Hy- drnniatic drive. Has almost new tires 1948 PLYMOUTH 4-door Sedan. Here's a fine car with radio & heater. Only.. 1948 CHEVROLET Fleetmaster 4-door Sedan. . .both radio and heater. Drive it 1941 CHEVROLET 2-door Sedan. This^older car has good tires, radio & heater 995 895 895 $ 395 Check These Truck Values: '51 Chev. Pickup Here's a 1951 Chervolct '/;-Ton Pickup thai is truly as good as new. See it. '48 CMC 1 Vz-Ton This long wheelbase Truck has a new bed. 1948 CMC with 2-speed axle. A good buy. '50 Ford Pickup Come down and see this 1950 Ford '/ 2 -Ton (ruck . . .at a bargain price of $895. '48 Cher. 1-Ton Save money now on this 1948 Chevrolet 1-Ton Pickup. Has practically new tires. . .$595. HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. Your Oldsmobile-GMC Truck Dealer Used Car Lot - - - 300 East Main Street Just Call 6151

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