The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 4, 1952
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIRR NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 4, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION for consccutlre J>»lly rm« p?r Insertion: Ulnlmuni chare* Me I time j>er line >* c J limes per Una per day I2c 3 limes per Lino per day $?• fl times per line per tiny "c 12 limes jifd line per day 5c Wonib per line 90° Count flro DTftBRe words to Ihe line. Ad ordered far thre* or S!JT ilniei fl'id stopped beiore expiration will be chnrn- «d lor tlie number of times the rvd epppRTert nnd nci)U!>tim-ui of hill iimrse Ail clas.itNed RdTprdslnR COL>X fi\ib- milted l)>- per«ons r^sldlu^ omMcle o( the city miin he arcompftntcd by cuMi Patrs 'may easily be computed from Advrrilelng ordered lor |rnr,ul« In- lettlonB tjiie the ono Um* table No responsibility *1U be tafcen for more than on* incorrect instrllmi of any l fl<t ade are restricted 10 thelt projiei clnssiricai-on, style and ^ typf. The Courier NOVT reierres Ihe TlBhi in edit or rejrci «ny ftd. _ Apartment /or Kent Hlafccniore fitawberry PUntA. Mrs- J. C. Hiunlsh, 1719 W, Chlckasaw-b*. Phone 3740 3,13 pfc 3,13 "USED ' " TRACTORS 1 VAC Ciisc with cultivator, planter and disc. 2 Oliver "CO's"; one with cultivator and planter. FARMER'S IMPLEMENT CO. 515 K. Main Ph. f.12!) 2 19 ck If ^TYPEWRITERS" DON EDWARDS CO. Ill W Walnut Phnne 3383 Plenty of Parking Space (>(> Ivactor — lencos. 904 W. Mnln. Clofe in, nlrt.' 4 Gcs, baili. lior-vif nights j>honr 235f.. :>•» nk 44 j •com imfllrn, npt I . Dill- jihoiir 2124. 3 t I'K 8 Now Oliver ,595, Now 3-row mitldki huslor -?200, New Oliver 70 niolor—$:!00 Oliver h;tilor chains a n <! 3 rm fur njtt.. downjtnlrs. e\rf, Mich- . , , en. Hardwood floors, 108 W. Ky Ph. i other pai'lS ill dealer ClISl. 5103. " ' "" Upstairs 4 room imfurn ap bath, electric watrr tiller. \vt electric sieve. Newly drenrnird only. Ph. «B1. 2,19 Modern fur Rnt Ph • . 25?5 nr •2 H ck it ern . 3 room* and hnth. i\r'. orfttfrf. g«i(J furnHure, BBS equl . Ph 3373. r Simon. W1I ;.1GLIN HARRISON FURNITURE CO. 517 \V. Ash Ph. 2552 or 2JM.I 227 ck tf Small Apartments, furnished. $8 np per week. Bedrooms f4 up single. ,114 West AsU, Ph. 2S33. 8-4 ek tf AKC rc^Klfr. Ttmnion-s. Itt. PH. 2650. 2500 Biiphc-is WlllsUe, I'hcui or 1:004 Dei] Ifftl. corn A. 221 (l ',c 3 duplex apt . couple. See Mrf-. Wilson, 1501 Hearn, ph. SOOD. Z 2' I>" 37 3 rm, fum. npt, prlvntc bath, hot wati'r. lights and water rum. Newly dccomted. Close In. Ph. 4600 307 n. First. 229 J1X 3.7 Altrartti-o slip tovrrcd Good conrlltlon. Ph. 3(iOO. Apt. — .1 Rm. & Bath Dnfur—W. Main St.~rh. 3«2 3 rm ^ hnlh, Unfvir. npt. 209 E Mo- Bt. Can «1"D- - 1 ^ plt 18 nite. lumps, , y.m-lion 3 I I)V. H M>tn t)fd 3,1 p* 5 For Sa/c, Real fsfaie i room furn. nut. prlvnt^ iialh. rh Modern 3-l)cdroom home on Illinois Street — little lady, you'll like this convenient kitchen. You will also like the dishwasher and garhajio di.s- Choice 2 rm. unf. apt. 4284. 101 N. Franklin I'h. 3,4 p'K 11 . , - I corner lot. FHA financed. Auto Supplies and Services A 'l-rooin hnnse and hnth yon will tike. l,!iv«c living room, extra larjro muster hcd- room, roomy kitchen, lots of . | cabinets and dining space, •Don't fndnnijcr your farnllj »'ltn , Good sized Sll ID'OOm 01' SCCOIld fault? tlrp3—BUY I,r.R TIRES. CHAPMAN RKHVIOK Sl'ATION Ptioac 2561 12:13 ck tr Main »nd OlTUlnn Services For expert plumbing, oil Move nnd. pump rcptilr?. call 6349. Hftrry Mycis. 3:1 pk 41 W« are now In R position to do entering Special loods tor luncheons and parties. Anh-le Hood Ph. 4013 Losle Ony Ph. 1S43 3 2» FOR palntlnE. paper haniilni;. Tcx- tcne. sheetrocf: finishing ra» Kor Freeman «t 3935. 2:9 pk 3;10 I repair any mafce or modrl waRhlns machines. 2 blocks west or Dixie 1MB. on fith St . b7 new BCtinol Herbert Graham, ph. 0738. 26 pit 3;« 3& UINUT* PIIOTOSTATIC SERV- ' hedronm. Close to new school on Moullrie Drive. Total monthly payments only S32.3B. Loan balance less than S-1,000. S-175 to S775 cnsh wi handle. It's vacant—move in tomorrow. See or call JOHNNY MARR Realtor 112 So. 2nd. Phone -I111 Residence Phone 25% 3 : 1 ck tf 12 rcxD Trom hlR house. cr>od lor nt Ion n school Dtvldotl Into 3 n ith oln-trlc !cltrl)<>n, -— ............ ----- , _____ V1JI , „ 1C*. O'STEEN'S STUDIO-US W MAIN 13-roOTn apartnirnls. one n-: "Phillips Has The Values" 1950 FORD A real value is this tfor- ffcous Sheridan blue Ford .. .a '50 model Tudor. Bolli radio and ho.iler, of course. 1950 FORD The distinctive Hnwniian Bronze color, this custom deluxe Tudor Sedan also has radio and heater. 1950 FORD ICtliiippcd' with K:IS- waving overdrive, this Sil- verlone Crcy Tmtnr is our custom deluxe model. Jfadio, heater. 1949 CHEVROLET A glcnniing jet-black black color, this late model Chevrolet I'ordor has radio and heater. I'leetline deluxe. 1949 FORD A n it t h c r good-looking bluck car wi I h everything. Overdrive, radio, healer, while tires. Tudor Sedan. 1948 MERCURY Sine money now on this MS .Mercury Town Sedan. K<|iiippetl with both radio and he:iler, it's a bargain. 1947 DODGE You'll get good service from the reconditioned engine in this Dodge Condi. Nice tan color. 1947 FORD Make a good trade now for this maroon Tudor Sedan. Come to Phillips, 30(1 liroadway in Ely- thcville. Broadway & Chickasawba Phone 4453 It's AMudder! THE NEW FERGUSON "30" Jack Robinson Implement Co. Hlylheville, Arkansas — Phone 2371 Help Wanted Watch and Jewelry Repair l-D*y ict^Lce on Jewelry —3 dny* on w»tchts »nd cloc'ss C--!H run teed worV. Aoiit by expert repairmen Lowest P PAT O'BRYANT Main & Second HO cY If For Sale, Misc. Save Money When Yon Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GUN HARRISON & SON FURNITURE CO. 517 Vf. Ash Ph. 2552 8-2 ck tt Used Tractors 2—II Fnrninlls witli Imstfirt, and cultivators. 3 B John Uccres with i (iui]i- ment. 1050 model Ferguson with cultivator and busU'ip. 2—F-20 Farmnlls willi cul- nt. pecilon. Apply 713 i* Tor In- ft-b^ 2 20 ck tr Insurance Call 4553 For Complete Insurance Protection \V. J. Pollard Acency Planner! Protection Ash St. TKl, BU1LDINO 4 B ck If Real ESTATE Farms—City Properly LOANS If IntcrrKtr.'I In Buying or M'Uini; r,te Noble Gill Agency INS'JRANCF nirncoc P.ldjr. Ph. GOODYEAR AIRCRAFT NEEDS EXPERIENCED TOOL & DIE MAKERS JIG& FIXTURE BUILDERS' ALL AROUND MACHINISTS TEMPLATE MAKERS SHEET METAL LAYOUT AND HAND FORMING 1 •10-hour \vud; plus overtime. Vacation plan. Tree Group lu- surancc & Pension I'lau. Our representative will lie at the Arkansas Stale Employment Office, 123 South 2nd Street. Kiylhcville, Arkansas on March -I, 1D52. GOODYEAR AIRCRAFT CORP. Akron 15, Ohio modem hou ; 1512 W, Ash , cheap. Ph, B67B, 227 pk 3!0 iiciTtc hltirk bulhllns located in- ide city llmlis on South Highway 61. "llxe 40x60'. Living quarters optional. 'Ml 23GI. 2 27 pk 35 FAITH AND A HELPING HAND-A group o( Manhattan College students makes passible this scene each Sunday nt Ihu chap&I at Veterans' Hospital, Bronx, N, Y. The chapel is filled with wheelchair nntl bcciridden paraplegic vfiterans, who probably wouldn't be able to nUerul divine ser\'ices If tlie sludents didn't pitch in and help move them from the hospital. A shortage of help at the hospital makes volunteer help necessary. 200 acres with two houses. Free of st limps. On gravel road near Povtageville, Mo. Apply Box 1-A, Courier News. 2 L 1G dh tf 2J95, C'onci MfDimicl St. Ph 25 CX II nte Bloc* BiilltUnit. sullnhlc for Cirsitje or store and ad]oln!nR 5 room loiift with hath Located In cur7e on Itlchway «1. io*ith xltJp of Ho)Lund. Mo ^aLI ^\04 or wrKe P*u1 Byrnm Imple- mem Co v 122 ck tl Modnn CRhlna Courts Ph D951 & Lo«;l Rny 1,2-j clc 322 room, Ph- 3.3 rlollywood Continued form Page 6) and say. 'Have your fun/" • • * ROBERT MITCHUM. after work- with Ann Blyth In the "Korean Story": "She's the most proper aclrcss I've fver workort with," PAT O'BRIEN, on the subject of Hollywood: "fjike a lot of nidus tries, the film biiMni*,p5 is nitide up ot two classes —lho.~e T ,vho Ret more than they earn Find those ;vho e^rn more than they pol." J.IXIVV. THE C1UEAT DIR ECTOR STUART HKTSLKR. on Limla Darnell\s junket to Jamaica tor "Satunlay Tslnnd": "LiiKln took sharks, heat, insecls, a hui-ricarn v flnri yellow jaundice v.'iihont t\ ttiirmur. She's the gamcst trouper I've rvrr directed." - * + CiEOTKiE MONTGOMERY, on Wanted to Buy 11 (vi v CASH f sn*[»TO. 115 *'JO-JO, THE DOVE"—Joe Stalin, blackjack in hand, "peac*" ssign and peace dove on a leash, is the star of this new anti-Communist poster being distributed in Paris by the "Paix et Liberte," onti-Red movement. Joe is caricatured as a Parisian desperado, waiting behind a corner for innocent victims of his phony peace propaganda* 5 I any rtrofs is — j prelty in it." Try st y In - conscious— line if a girl looks Communists Cite Textbook 'Errors' MOSCOW f/Ti—The Ministry of Hit:hor Education hns been singled out fnr not taking rffectivc measures to correct sonic ".serious errors" tn tup Important textbook, "HNtory of tne Soviet State and •* for pnrti j VKST M:\ln 13 -1 rV; tf Privntc Rooms 1 I'.-M l-.Hiv 1^ i-ti. mil ffiT Notice Calline for an Improvpmrnt ol I higher edurntion in law, Iz vest la snid in a lea dins; rth'torinl: "The i Ministry of llicher Education cioes : not delve tJc-pply into the content 1 [ of (he academic, educational and UIRECTOn JOHN RARHAM. rx- [ sclrnt Lfic work of the llicher law plniEiiriK \Vrn ner'.i reason for film- '. institutes." I-'.vest la wnrnrtl that \UIL 'The Miracle of Our Lady of ; ciuitn a Ion? time has elated since. Kruiina": | fhrso errors \vere revcnJrd, 'The need Tor comfort and faith I—— — i* tnrredihlc in the world todnr. i and .<;rc your pirturcs sturk up on This story Is done out, of the nrcd ^ \.V.TH>. it's a kick. I'm ?oing to 1 JIassey Harris 101 with <i-row cultivator. ' 3 S^ts o f International ft r.nd Dchti- i John Wat- ! 221 pk 3 21 i ,1 .in Jinl ol) ni; hy n;>- ;jo£ Cash or JCasy Terms Many other enud used trac- j f or Sale of Trade tora to choose from. . . Ff you j — - .._ _ Tvant a Koori usod tractor at a - fv ''" "*'"' rr tr ' ! ' ; " ' nr " r< l ffood price po to 61 Implement Co. N. Tliphway 01 Dial 2M2 12-M ck tf PIPFR Mid at»it "You c I.AUIMK. talkinc out f i-lirr.-rrake in Kore^: into tents and barracks PEESORSPT80NS i i-'icsh Slock fliiaranlccil Host I'rices Kirby Drug Stores '!-'!!HT.T (.Vl. 3 -1 Ck 3 Busmess Oppo/tunitres Soybean Seed FOR SALE o mimVi^r 3 4 pX 11 Hcfp Wanted, Male nortrh No. 'i and Option soy- bran spnl, rlc.inrH attd sarkrtl, Hnok ihcsc twfore price fn- RED TOP GIN — Phone S756 a^k the f.turiin to let, me do more pin-up pictures for the boys. Lann Turner and Belty Garble? N<>. I didn't ,^ce any pictures o£ ]>r«]ilp for fnilh. We ivnnt to \v Ihein wliiit fnUh ran in. Wr'rc nv^t worried about religion ns R Imxoffk-e subject. People will srr thi5 picture^ because it j j. ana " nnd Dr , ry in tlie tont>s | n ,t rft'ep ^ei'd." innylw I didn't go Into the right trm.s. I 5ruv a lot of pin-\ip art of Jane Po\u-U, nnrt Mnrilyn Monroe— niastly Mnrilyn Monroo." How About You? If You Want the Hest Car Service, Come to T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjslcr-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 2121 53 laying pullet s, 7 mo*. r,M \Voiah between 4 tir.rf 5 ]b* parh, Tlir clilcitcns of ^O.TIC'TUVA-. Also trrernrd In yardK, lOxtl for r^'f. Owner leaving town. Ph. 2-iO-J. Stcc-'.f >,3 Pk « slroam of nir flov f mm-fs faster over turlaccs than others. RECLEANED SOYBEANS MEAN GREATER YIELDS! l T s Clean Your Seed Soybeans. \Ve Have Two Modern Cleaners. Increase Ihc Purity of Your Seed, Have Them Recleaned. Blytheviile Soybean Corp. 1SOO \V. Main Phone fiSSB or f.SST COAL Phone 3186 IS YOUR CAR GETTING EXPENSIVE? Have the pennies you used to spend become dollars? Are things happening to your car that seem to have no reason for happening? Maybe there are some little things you should have had looked after before they got serious. If so, it's too late to undo the mischief now but there is H way to keep similar annoyances from occurring in the months ahead. That is to have your car taken care of regularly by service experts. We'll be glad to go over your car, check every vital point and recommend any work needed to keep it running smoothly and save you needless lay-ups and expense in the future. There Is never any charge for inspection. Come in today. SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 West Walnut — Phone 4578 The first capitol building in Williamsburg, Va., was designed without nny chlmneyB. The system of FM broadcasting was developed by Maj. Edwin H. Armstrong. Delinting&TreatingService We are now operating our NEW Carver Delint- ing »nd 'IVMtinj Plant. All new equipment including latest model Slurry (liquid) tre*ter. All sacks electrically sewed ... we guarantee yoM 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. Brini your seed EARLY and aroid the rush. WARD GIN COMPANY No. Highway 61 — Blytheviile — Phone 3756 What Car Bargains! '50 FORD $895 This V4-Tnn Ficknp has » V-8 motor, & clean truck that even has an extra front & rear liumpcr! 'J6 CHEV ?195 The nrlshial paint Is alill fine on this IK-Ton Chevrolet SWB Truck—and jood tires, too. 'IS CHEV $695 A doggone yood buy i* this 1-Ton Pickup Truck for »S95. And the tires are extra Rood! '51 GMC $1195 It's like buylne a new track nl a bargain price! This 1951 !i-Ton Plrknp is like new. 1951 OLDSMOBILE A beautiful Rocket Oldsmo- b)l«, thl« "98" 4-door Sedan has aH Ton could want—radio, heater, Hydramatle. Not many mtles—and A very Interesting price! MB DODGK $695 This 2-door Sed^n has a new reconditioned motor, pins • rarllo, plus H heater, plus good tires! '46 MKRCURY $695 A good car. 194S Afrrcury S- Passenger Coupe. Ana, as »n extra bonus, It has brand new tires! Ml FORD |395 This CAT has sure b*en well taken cart of. Original paint, too. Radio, heater. Test drive It. HORNER-WlLSON • Prompt De/iVery NOW/ • Courteous Service HESTER'S Coal Yard Itocket Utdsmobile — GMC Trucks Phone 2056 Used Car Lot — Phone 6151

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