The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1967 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 6, 1967
Page 9
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fcyflmflle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, February «, 1SW - f»gt TWrteea T;iki: Your On Wlurrc Anto Safety-Service tor winter driving WANTED! SOMEONE TO TAKE OVER REPOSSESSED MERCHANDISE A*k to g»t on our waning H»t YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE BIG! 14' GE REFRIGERATOR • full freezer, like new 19" G.E. Portable TV nearly new G.E. AIR CONDITIONERS * lots of warranty left - Nm-ge Wringer WASHERS E good as new 20" Polo BIKE used 3 months 23" G.E. TABLE MODEL TV's " excellent condition 4 Used REFRIGERATORS ™ lots of service 36" Tappan Gas RANGE nice •II sizes, Usctti and t / Pfjfg • from mw. Fully GnnntMd. ' *0f LfiSS GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES 131 E. Main Phone PO 3-8140 PLENTY FREE PARKING Front-End & Brake Offer $1 . Kuizw* fofiir common or tonlnibm Adjust brakes. Repack front wheel bearings, add brake fluid, test brakes. Align front-end, correct camber, caster, toe-in. Rotate all four wheels. Make your car safer now. Fay on easy terms) IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA D1S- TRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. LEMLY L. HUBENER, TRUSTEE UNDER KATIE M. HUBEN^n TRUSTS, Plaintiff. vs. No. 17092 JOHN CHARLES BRIGHT, et al, Defendant. WARNING ORDER i The defendants, Frances Sue Sandberg and Sophia Anne Dayis, are warned to appear in Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, within 30 days and Answer the Complaint and .'.- mendment of the Plaintiff, Lemly L. Hubener, Trustee under Katie M. Hubener Trusts in the above Court and cause. Witness my hand, as clerk of said Court, and the seal thereof on this 28th day of January, 1QR7 GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine tiston Oscar Fendter, Attorney Oscar Fendler, Attorney for Plaintiff Elbert Johnson, Attorney Ad Litem 1-30, 2-6, 13, 20 GOOD/YEAR SERVICE STORES E. Main Ph. PO 3-8140 — Come See — Horseshoe Bend Estates A Hew and Growing Vacation - Retirement Community in the Ozarki You'll Be Amazed! Franklin, Ark. — Phone 322-7241 Waitress. Appl? In cadia. Restaurant. sou Continued From Proceeding Page WISs, Hairpieces, wig cleaner, set «nd sneer, Styro team Head forms. SSytag casts' Everything lor your ' wic Greatest selection, low prices. Lun Mays 8bop, 114A West Maln^ J - 1S.5 i 38 used tractor tires. HO ea. PO 3-1571. 1-30 <* « 2 - 16.!) x 34 Goodyear ta lse. PO 3-i57i 1-30 . •ese. PO 3 Selling out entire stock. CowpoKe Western Shop. Prices da*"^ 2 . 27 House trailer. 44x10. Equity and tan. up pymts. PO 3-4™. pK 2 _ i2 Guitars & pianos. Special price, ieswnt available. Mayes Book & MUSIC .tore, 118 W. Main^ PO 3- 8 lots are 1 ac. land at Qosnell. PO 3-6331. 1-24 pk 2-25 1 complete radiator Shop. K. M artto PO 3-4523 1-9 els 2-9 STARTERS - BATTERIES GENERATORS Installed while you wait 'or most auto truck and tractors. K. M Lartcln Auto Parts-620 E. Main Phone PO 3-4523, Blythevme Collie puppies. AKC registered OB 1-8301, Sikeston, Mo. 1-7 pk 2-7 Timex-Repalr-service Tlmex watches factory recondltlon- Ed Mail with S3.50 plus 50c postage &'Insurance to Timex Repair Service. P.O. Box 212, Blytheville, Ar fcansan. 1-10 pR 2-10 ELECTROLUX Sales & Service oradv Lse. PO 3-9585^ Sand, gravel, HU and yard dirt PO 2-2459.. 1-19 P k 5 " 2 Dog nouses, porch swings. Beas ouable. George Nan. 201 N 2Zn 8t. PO 3-6738. 11-" CK t Owa Prigiaiur. •<". er» Used Maytag washers A * WKTB 307 W WATER PUMTO Bales ana nervico ror uouia Dem ing Lero and Modern water soften •rs Hubbard Hardware 213 W M«I Money orders, city Drug. » d»j per week. 3-3 ct W« make photostMio copies. Money loaned on diamonds. We buy old gold rings. , O'Steen'a Jewelry 105 W. Main Osed KEFRIGERATORS Fully Guaranteed $49.95 up HALSELL ft WHITE SW W Vf"> K gal. « a«iiT«w PO van. «» Ouil hen* too. B»»u •»?.• n s-i««> «-• ^^»r Sal* _ W »crw hill, creek bottom J»r land lor »«!e. 6 miles north of Para gould. Phono CE 6-8874.-I. o. B» ' 2 J.bedroom BrlcK nome. Exce condition. Shown by tppolntmen only. Losan Land. Six yetrs old and In « ICS ' I ? n Uitlon, three bedroomt.. family roo« kitchen combination. Ne»r FairvW ichool. Low payments. Shown o appointment only. Other listings In all W"* 10 ", 1 Blythevllle. No down payment o Kffli. Rentals alto. gptcial price on nweitment •ny\ Buplex, good location, te liberal terms. Allison ft Asiociatw Inc. «)5 South Second n \f$ FOUR SALE Hlway 61 - Less than 5 mln from wn. 4 BB brick with den. You'll ke this exception home and gro- ids. 2 itory, 2 baths, air condi- oned 5 S. Crescent • 2 BR and den rick. You'll enjoy the screened >orch in the coming months. New- decoratefl. $1800 down. Payments 24.18. Douean - Close-in 2 bedrooms and m. Payments $69.42 Metal bldg ; rear. Buy equity and assume loan. wenty-Bii foot family room, 3 edrooms, 1% baths, corner lot, ven range, dishwasher, disposal, ent-R-haod, w <Sc d cond. and brfst ar Buy equity. Nearly new. Pay- tentB $132.75. itheri? Why not try us? MaxLogan Realtor Pb. PO 2-2033 Harold R. Knop Salesman Nile PO 3-4233 Milton Snow. Salesman Mite PO 3-4613 1-30 cfc 2-7 Help Wanted, Male SALESMAN. For national organization known for its reliability, service and integrity. Requirements are- good education, basic sales a- blllty and a desire to attain financial security by conscientious effort and service. Training program conducted by competent leaders. Write P O. Box 58. Poplar Blufi. Missouri. 63901. An Equal opportunity employer. M/P. . 2-6 cfc 2-13 WANTEI}—Man or laay WHO cares lor their family, wants Utt .finer things in life not content witn $100 per week. Wants their own business. ' in be their own boss. For interview write M. P. Taylor, Boi 375 or call WE 3-4B89 JonesBoro. 8-3 CK u 2-bdrm. furn house, 600 E. Hose, 'ay small down payment & pay out Ike paying rent. PO 2-2112 or PO -3331 1-26 ck tf 2-bdrm. furn. house, with carport n Oosnell. 102 Perry St. Pay small down pymt & pay out like paying ent PO 2-2112 or PO 3-3331. Good tractor farm mechanic. No drinking-. PO 2-2088. 2-1 ck i-t 3 bdrm house. Pay small down ayment and pay out like paying nt Located 512 S. Walker. PO 22112 or PO 3-3331. 1-13 ck tf By owner—3 bedrooms, 114 baths. 108 Broadmoor. Central heat and air Low equity, payments $100 per month. PO 3-4624. 1-17 pE 2-18 ~6 room house. 122 W. Cherry. Call PO 2-2903. 1-6 Tfc 3-1 Licensed plumber for established plumbing & heating Ilrm in Blytne- ville 40 hours a week guaranteed Write Box JH c/0 Courier «|WS. Help, Wanted Ma!* or Female U.S. Civil. Service Tests Men-women 18 and over. Secure jobs. High starting pay. Snort hours Advancement, preparatory training as long as required. Thousands o jobs open Experience usually unnecessary. FREE BooWct on jobs, sa laries. requirements Write TODAT giving name, address nnd pnone Lincoln Service, Box RE. Courle News 2 ~ 6 P fc 2 ~ Notice "Your good suit damaged by clg arette burns.. moths, or tears? can Invariably reweave It so yoi will not be able to find the damage All wort guaranteed. Vera D "™? 126 E. Ash. PO 3-3342. 2-4 pk 2-1 420 acres, ?200 per acre 350 acres, $225 per acre Ample houses and barns located on Rood gravel road. 1521 Holly St., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. built-in kitchen, complete den and fireplace, carpets. MALCOM GREENWAY For Sale—Colored Property 4-room house and bath. Terms. PO 3-8863. I' 31 P k 2 - 8 Per Sal* Cars & Trucks^ 1966 volfcswagon Bus, deluxe still under warranty. Save $400. PO 31819. 2-4 dh 2-12 Opening Feb. 6, Blythevills Bat tery. Generator and Starter Shop 953 S. Division, owned & operate by Edward Watson,, PO 3-0251. •60 international ,»39J. Call Lloyd »* PO 3-6817 or Q.8- Will trade [r. standard Galaxie 2 sta. wagon i'-t pk 2-8 Pontlac 4 *r HT. ButintH OppertvnillM "ost in on the root beer, chicken, bar-t-oue and lo cream drive-In buslnesi. W« finance up to 75% of und instructions for operating a vnur Investment, furnish plans profitable business. Write today for full details. Clark Equipment Co , 1200 State, Pine Bluff, Art^ ^ j _ | Female Old furniture stripped or refinish ed PO 3-8228. . 2-4 pk 2-1 Want to rent or lease building i aood downtown location or goo highway location. Write Clemen' Donut Flour Co., 10U Oak. Oonwa Ark. 2-4 ck 2- Annual meeting of the Oosne Water Association will ha held a the Oosnell High school Auditorium 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13, 1067. J. W Crawford, president. 2-3 pk 2- For Sallye Harmer cosmetics Ca Betty Peel. PO 3-0417. 2-3 pk 2- MABY KAY cosmetics. Call c see Pearl Lee .PO 3-4810. 2-1 pk 3 me Mississippi connty onio Mission needs.yc/ur surplus oothm housecsld items, nardware, rum Iture etc. Pleaw call PO 3-8380 ,rme to 410 E Jain «-18 ck janat Battles Is now associate With Betty's Beauty Shop.^PO 3-38^ LEDBETTEB8 DISCOnNT SHOEa AJB BASE HIGHWAY 3-11 ,fllt Large bulldinas W wreck. 2-5404. . l-28 Teek. Call L P* S Female gennan shepherd do grown. Must have papers. LB a-52 or LE 2-8398 after 5PM. 1-24 TO WantM to Used house trailer 3f feet or loni er PO 3-950/ 1-13 Pt 3; Antique rifles, ana guns. S'Stcen's }S E. Main. PO 3-4522. 10-17 ek tf WANTSD: Used lumlturj. Baliell White. PR. a-eOM 01 PO 3-2045 Private koonw Nicely furn. bedroom. 1708 W ain, PO 3-6248. 1-31 Pk 3-8 Boom and board. Men. 115 W. shi Mr.. Oassidy. 1-ia pk 2-12 Booms, private it double, men on- 111 E. Davis, PO 3-4050. 10-FOOT SUBWAY CARS? CARBONDALE, 111. (AP) -An engineering professor at Southern Ilinois University has an assignment to brainstorm an idea —travel underground. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is trying to come up with a vehicle that will split rock to tunnel along Its own roadway deep inside the earth. His working hypothesis is that a machine some 10 feet long could be designed. It would use a self-comtained hydraulic fracturing unit. Hough's underground vehicle might use a technique discovered 17 years ago to boost productivity of oil wells. It would propel iUelf with a battrey of pistons, forcing fluid into the fracture it creates and enlarge it by a given amount and crawl into the space. Prof. Eldred Hough is trying to determine if it is possible for man to travel like a mole. The corps granted him $40,000 to explore his theories. oLeaclerA Ted Maxwell Bob McFarland W« art happy to salute these two men for their outstanding sales for the month of January. Mr. Maxwell led the field in new ear sales and Mr. McFarland led the field in used car sales. If you need good transportation at a reasonable price see one of these men. Bob Sullivan Chevrolet-Cadillac Co. 301 W. Walnut Phone PO 3-4578 SOCCER STILL REASONABLE LISBON (AP) — Portuguese soccer fans whose number increased considerably since the national team placed third In the last World Cup, will now have to pay 20 per cent more to sit in the stadiums and enjoy the performance of the stars. Prices will range from 10 to 50 esoudos (0.35 to $1.65) during the Portuguese national championship. "Entrance tickets for our stadiums still rank among the cheapest in the world, even after this raise," said a spokesman for the soccer federation, explaining that the new prices are "a response to a constant increase in the cost of living." "We must have in mind that soccer here is the only profitable sport and the money coming from it pays for the so-called 'poor sports,' like fencing, basketball and' cycling, all with deficit budgets," explained a director of Benfica, the largest soccer club. Stressing the democratic practices of the religion. Islam has no professional priesthood. Any qualified person may lead the prayers, usually being one with a resonant voice. GO CLASSIFIED Look, George, I didn't trade the best years fp °f W life for a bunch of army brats and a quonset hut in Valley Forge. Used pianos Si organs. PO 3-7»71. Skldmore Piano Co. 12-20 ck tl White ladiM to live In Si care for I school age children. Salary. PO S,UOO before 5. , J-S wp 2-9 Do you need Avon Service or would you like to sell? If so call PO J-2000. 2-3 cK 2-7 Luiler sales ladles. Contact Paul•an Shanks, PO 2-2284 1-31 pk 3-3 Boi HBO e/e New*. OMB" iwffften tetter to 'th«llli Courier l-lt ck S-J8 That's the way newspaper readers are: they want more out of life. And if you have ion* thing to sell, try newspaper readers first. Just about every family with an income over $5000 a year reads the newspaper every day. And as income and education go up, newspaper readership climbs to 95%. Also: the newspaper isn't just something people read on their way to work. In fact, 90% of newspaper reading is done at home—where the husband and wife can put their heads together on big-ticket purchases. ^^nuea,,, Reach is the thing, with newspapers. Whatever you tell, big-ticket or f m^M\h*\ small, your best prospects are the 95 million adults who turn to the daily ^ newspaper for all the things that can brighten their lives. * BLYTHIWLLf COUR/fR NfWS

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