The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1966 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Page Twelvt.-. Blythevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Mbnday, September n, 1966 ENTIRELY NEW — The 1967 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe stresses fastback styling with the rear window blending into the deck in an unbroken line. A four-way hazard flasher is now standard equipment on all '67 Chevrolets. The new models will be on display Sept. 29 at Bob Sullivan Chevrolet- Cadillac Co. SPRIGHTLY — The all new Camaro will be built in sport coupe and convertible models. A 350-cubic-inch V8 powers this Super Sport version of Camaro. The car will go display Sept. 29 at Bob Sullivan Chevrolet-Cadillac Co. Limousine Maker Starts By Sawing Car in Two By ALVIN SCHAY Associated Press Writer FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) A Fort Smith firm which built stagecoaches in the 1880s touted as holdup proof has shown that it can keep up with changing times. Now Armbruster & Co. turns out a 21-foot VIP Executive Limo which an advertising agency says offers top level executives "freedom from wiretapping, room bugging and competitive business surveillance." The luxury limousine is the latest product of the company, which has long bought standard vehicles and "stretched" them for use by airports, schools and even foreign heads of state. * .* * Stageway Coaches, Inc., the sajes division of Arrnbruster, has sent units across America and to the Far East, Middle East, Africa, Europe and South America. The first step Arm- bruster takes in rebuilding cars might make the average new car buyer cry. They cut it in half. Theo starting point for the seven-passenger VIP Limo is usually a Chrysler or Pontiac, according to the owner's wishes. The company adds 36 inches in the middle and uses the extra space for a custom built console which, again according to the owner's wishes, can include a refrigerator, refreshment bar, television, AM-FM radio, tape recorder or public address system. The passenger section of the 5,300-pound VIP Limo is cooled by an air conditioner in the trunk, while the driver gets the factory cooling unit. The base price is about $9,400, four times what Armbruster charged for its coaches that worked the Santa Fe Trail in the last of the 19th Century. Armbruster got into the streching business in the early 1920s, when a bus line asked the firm if it could make an automobile into a small bus. The bus company said it could not operate a large bus profitably on short runs. Through 1950, Armbruster averaged 20 units per year and employed between 6 and 12 men. Ed Robben took over ownership and management on May 1, 1950, and now the firm averages 500 conversions per year and has some 50 employes in a 35,000-square foot plant. It makes cars and panel trucks into units for 7, 9, 12, 15 and 18 passengers. Special limousines have been built for heads of government in Saudi Arabia and Lebanon. Besides airports, bus lines, government agencies and schools and colleges, Armbruster has converted units for sightseeing operators, oil and pipe line companies, ambulance companies, orchestras and athletic teams. After William the Conqueror won at the Battle of Hastings, the Scandinavian influence o n England began to give way to the political and cultural ideas of the Latin world. From R. D. Hughes Boys Department Style+Value In All-Occasion Boys' Suits Palm Beach In the selection of apparel for our boys' department there is no item to which we give more care than a hoy's suit. It must meet many standards. It must be made of long-wearing fabrics—it must be firmly put together, with seams that stay stitched and buttons that stay sewn—it must be styled to the taste of the boy and his parents—and it must be moderately priced. Our Transweave® suits for boys by Palm Beach* meet all these standards and then some. In all-wool tweed or blends of wool and orlon. Blues, Blacks, Olive, Blue-Gray, Gray. SIZES 13-20, Transweave"by Palm Beach 9 a ompan F/n* Apparel for Men and Boys MASON DAY News Briefs SOMESBAR, Calif. (AP) Unless a teacher is found school bells won't ring this year for the 30 children in this Siski you County logging hamlet. The job pays $5,500 a year, and toe town pays for lodging in a trailer, water and electricity. There's another $2,000 if the teacher can drive a school bus GATLINBURG, Tenn. (AP) — Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Bass Jr., of Nashville, didn't savor the idea of being near growling black bears which tore a car seat and ripped a gash in the Bass tent in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. "I think they were hungry," Bass said, as he and his wife headed for a motel. PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The little, red Lockheed airplane that carried Amelia Earhart on her solo flight across the Atlantic in 1932 was "airborne" again briefly recently. It ws lowerec from its hanging display at the Franklin Institute to Hie floor. The plane, in which Miss Earhart became the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo, is being turned over to the Smithsonian Institution. LANSING, Mich. (AP) - NOTICE The Reassessment of Sewer Improvement District No. 9 of the City of Blytheville has been filed in my office and the same is now open for inspection. W. I. MALIN City Clerk olytheville, Arkansas 9-12 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi bounty, Arkansas. Ruby Young, Plaintiff, vs. N. 16933 Robert Young, Defendant. The defendant, Robert Young, is hereby warned to -appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ruby Young, Dated this 9th day of Septem- 1966 at 11:00 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, D.C. By Donna DiCicco, D. C. Guy Walls, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 9-12, 19, 26, 10-3 Lansing police can't blame hunger as the ' motive for a break-in in a downtown restaurant. They said that whoever broke into the eating place brought his own chicken and cooked it over a coffee-maker heating unit. The intruder did take a few french fried onion rings, they added. ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - A report shows that one of the candidates for Democratic nomination for g overnor of Maryland has campaign expenses totaling $4.07. Andrew J. Easter, who campaigns on the slogan "Christmas for everybody," reported he spent the money on a. Santa Claus mask. RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) - A computer used for the first time by Richmond High School to figure class schedules placed Sherry Pemberton, 16, a junior, in a social science class taughl by her father, John. The computer ' could have picked 10 other science teachers. Television mini-cameras measuring 1.5 by 3 by 4.5 inches are being tested by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for use on spacecraft and satellites. Mutual of Omaha Income protection keeps paying you cash even after yon leave the hospital, until you can work again. Vital protection for the breadwinner. Call or write — FRANK KING SPECIAL AGENT FO 3-1559 — PO BOX 866 BLYTHEVILLE. AKK. REPRESENTING Mmml Of OMAHA MUTUAIi OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANS Life Insurance Affiliate: United ol Omaha Home Office: Omaaa, Nebraska Christopher L. Smith, Age 96, Receives Checks For New York Life Policy in Force 58 Years Mr. Christopher L. Smith, 96, of 1326 North Broadway, is shown receiving two checks from New York Life Insurance Company for the maturity of ordinary life policies bought November 19, 1908, fifty eight years ago. J. Louis Cherry, agent for New York Life Insurance Company, makes the presentation. Mr. Smith was born in Jamaica, in 1870 and came to the United States in 1880, working on an Illinois farm as a boy. He later worked for the Illinois News Company, of Chicago, as a bookkeeper; Three States Produce Company of Cairo Illinois; and Chicago Mill and Lumber Co. He then spent ten years in the timber business in Central America before coming to Leachville in 1921, where he maintained his home before moving to Blytheville in January of this year. SHOP & SAVE AT HAYS STORES LOCATIONS 200 E Main Street 421 S. 21st Street Showboat, No. 300, 14'/ 2 ox. PORK & BEANS 7c Pride of III., No. 303,17 oz. CREAM CORN 15c Ex. Large 38 oz. WESSON Oil 69c Gee Gee, 1 Ib. POPCORN lOc All Flavors BUM 2, k8 ,50 WR PANCAKE MIX: 290 Mountain Lodge, 19 Oz. SYRUP 390 Morton, 26 Oz. Box SALT 100 No. 1 Red POTATOES ,«, 390 Folgers COFFEE Lb Can 690 16 Oz. Ctn. 39c DOUBLE COLA -"S. 290 Tall Can 16 Oz. Antler CHUM SALMON . 550 100 Ct., 2 Ply Puffs FACIAL TISSUE, 250 First Lady, 300 Can, 15 Oz. APPLESAUCE 10H Asst. Flavors 12 Oz. Mission CANNED DRINKS,^390 Bama, 12 Oz. PEANUT BUTTER 290 Sweet Sue, 24 Oz. CHICKEN & DUMP. 390 Pet, 8 Qt.; 1 Lb., 9 Oz. DRY MILK 59$ 300 Ct. Pkg. Notebook FILLER PAPER 350 Hi Ho Full Qt. Fabric SOFTENER ........ 390 Dixie Belle, Lb. Box CRACKERS 230 Stokeley's 8 Oz. TOMATO SAUCE 100 Horn-Maid, 8-oz. Kraft's Parkay BISCUITS ^,, 251 MARGARINE - 25c Smoked Picnics Reelfoot, Whole Sliced—Lb. 43c Lb. Whole Hams Ready to Eat 14-16 Lb. Av. n 59l Sliced Bacon Swift's Premium Smoked Jowls or Bacon Squares Clieess Spread Veribest 69c Lb. Farm Fresh Open Mon. - Tues. - Wed. Thurs. til 7 p.m. Fri.&Sor. Til 9 FRYER BREASTS u 490 Farm Fresh LEGS & THIGHS , 49C Farm Fresh FRYER BACKS „ 190 Farm Fresh SPLIT BROILERS ........ Lb .350 Farm Fresh FRYER LIVERS Lt 690 Hays Choice Heavy Calves Hays Choice Heavy Calves, T Bone or SIRLOIN STEAK Lb 890 Hays Choice Heavy Calves CLUBSTEAK Lb 690 Hays Choice Heavy Calves BONELESS RUMP ......... Lb 790 Fresh Sliced CALVES LIVER ,, 49f Hays Choice Heavy Calves Cubed MINUTE STEAKS lb 990 Hays Choice Heavy Calves BEEF RIB STEW „, 49rj Lean Boneless STEWING BEEF ........ Lb 690 Prices Good thru Wednesday We Reserv* The Right To Limit Purchases None Sold For Resale 2 Convenient Locations 200 East Main St. 421 South 21 *t S»

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