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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 14, 1966
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•MU K* HUM- Pin Scout Report iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Repeat Win By Stamps ARKADELPH1A, ...Ark. (AP)-The. Stamps Yellow- jackets ran away from the rest of the Class B state • track meet field . Friday night to claim their second straight title Stamps had 60 points, followed by Holly Grove with 28, Dierks 27, Murfreesboro 26, and Mineral Springs 19. Several other teams finished lower in the meet standings. - Record Run Purs Driver In Pole Slot INDIANAPOLIS, In'd. - (AP) Mario Andretti, who. broke .the Indianapolis - Motor Speedway record by almost 5'4 miles an iiour in an unofficial run Friday, was a solid favbrite today to win the pole position for the golden anniversary 500-mile race May 30. The No. 1 starting position and several thousand dollars in cash and prizes are at stake in the first of four qualifying sessions which will cut 79 entries to 33 starters. • •'• Rain Friday closed the 2H- miie asphalt oval except for three periods totaling an hour and six minutes, .but Andretti slipped out between showers and turned laps at'164.2, 166.3 and 167.411 m.p.h. The official one-lap record, set last year by A. J. Foyt of Houston, is 161.958. Andretti, of Nazareth, Pa., had his choice of two Dean Spe-, cials, the '65 Brabham-Ford in which he placed third in his first Indianapolis appearance and a new Lotus-Ford. It was. the older car, rebuit b'y'Clint'Bra'wner of Phoenix, Ariz., in which he made his spectacular runs. The new car was to. stay, in the garage today. " v ' (first ef a Series) By SANDY PADH'E, Newspaper tttertrise Assn. NEW YORK -!(NEA) - 6n a; playground'in tte Bront, 10 kids are running up and ddwn a concrete court, shooting at baskets that don't, even have net*. The crowd Outside'the' wire fe'nces seldom changes. It's a mixture of young, admiring kids;- chattering girl friends, hot dOg vendors and a handful Of Older neighborhood people, retired or out of work. •• : ' : •" • But there are also th* outsider*r-the underground scouts of basketball. •-••" .-.= •• :•••••. - • : • . . ' • - '... : '• : * .' -. '. • ".#. : ' ' * ; '. ..'•• • : The kids »n the cAurt know their watching. The kids have seen the same faces in high school gyms all over the city. New York City Is the easiest place in the United States for a high school basketball player to obtain a college scholarship-even if the player doen't have the grades for one of the better academic intitutions. The kids know this to be fact. Their friends, relatives and teammates have gone to college because of the outsiders, the men who stand around outside the wire fences watching and making mental notes. • .' : .- - Because of the underground stouts of basketball, national championship trophies are displayed at the University of North Carolina, Loyola Of Chicago and Texas Western College. • * * .• ."•• *• • "Some of the second-rate kids in New York," says Abe Lemons, the coach at Oklahoma City. University, "would be first-rate in this area of the country. It's just a matter of numbers. Most kids in. New York play basketball, it seems. Down here it's football." •- i "It's all the metropolitan areas.of 'the East," insists Red Manning, the Diique'srie coach. "New York, sure. But there are great kids in Washington, Philadelphia and here in Pittsburgh. We've had more scout* in Pittsburgh recently than I can ever remember." '';;. . ;y .. So when a college or its coach wants to build a basketball program, the first place he looks is in New York or the rest of the Eastern seaboard. Jt' not difficult for a coach in the Southwest or the Far .West to learn who basketball, prospects are from Main* to" Virginia and out .to Indiana. For $75, he can purchase an alUnclusive scouting report prepared by a recruiter who once worked for North Carolina State. "..... "...;.-''.' . '* '' * + " ' The retired recruiter's scouting .report is ettrtmely well-, done. There are 20 issues per year,'Containing information about a youngster's progress, h» scholarship abilities and his strong and weak points as a player. The report grades' each player in 10 categories, includes college board-scores.when.available;.describes the student's course and''givesa professional'sumrriationrH-also tells whether the prospect, is NegrO or white. "I see about 200 high school games a year," the ex-recruiter said, "and I don't see anything wrong with it. We are a country, of herO worshipers, and the colleges want heroes because it helps at the,box office. ;. • "I am. just helping Iots_of kids who normally wouldn't even have a chance for a scholarship. A coach gets my report and he knows the best players." * * * . ,..••/...' This is ~*ti actual report'oh- One of New York's top players (name and school ar* purposely fictitious): JIM BUCKETS, Metropolitan HS G ill : 17S GRADES: tower Vt I CPJ 70-73 v.;J SB (V/343/-M/544) J«tn Bldu** 1SS-W IB Eul; Bird Lwfut 4t ttnt-O I4n«i. N*rrous Wrtelu 7W-Z055. , . itANDIMQS H*rvou« F Troop Knock -Km-Down* UrJpredlettblM . . . Speed g!~ -••' ' Off. Moved 8-9 Spring .'. 9: ''"•' 'Court Savvy 7 Shooting 5-6 "D" Potential - ...8 Dribbling ...«•'' Aggressiveness ....... 9 Playmaking ,.,;:«-7- : . -' Attitiide;:...:... 8 SUMMATION: though not a pure guard by any means, this is a perfectly built specimen' with frightening potential if he ever learns to shoot ;a bit straighter and ball handle a bit hotter—strong : as a bull—fine southpaw driver—great re- bounder for size 4 a quick, aggresiye defender—pref. Busn. or PE-Loj ola Chi. in slight iMd-MM 2nd Guard—N. Explanation of Symbols "D" Potential: Defensive potential.CP: College, preparatory.:.•/•<••* V and M: Verbal "and .Math/ (college board tests). MM 2nd guard: Would be the zecond best guard at a medium major school. N: Negro (NEXT: fiaga of Freddie the Spook.) Norwood Steers Win, But- Big Show by Redshirt FAYETTEVILLE,..-Ark. (AP) —Sophomore quarterback Gordon Norwood steered the White team to a 17-15 victory over the Reds Friday as the Arkansas . Razorbacks wound up spring football practice. Norwood also piloted the White team the week before in the other spring Red-White game at Little Rock. The Reds won that one, 22-17. Although Norwood completed 8 of 13 passes for 80 yards and rushed for 18 more, the passing show was put on by Ronnie South, who is expected to be redshirted next year. South connected,on 14 of 21 throws for 206 yards. Tommy Trantham was the receiver on eight completions, and the last play of Hie game was a 54-yard pass play which left the Reds nine yards short of, the .winning touchdown. .-••'..- '.;•-.' The Whites never trailed as Bob White, a freshman placement specialist, booted a 22- yard field goal with 8:34 left in the first period. ' ' The Wiiites pushed their lead to 10-0 in the second quarter when Norwood piloted them- 80 yards in 17 plays, scoring on a short plunge. The Reds started the second half by going 60 yards for a touchdown, with tailback David Dickey scoring from the three on the 14th play of the drive. Steve Miltz converted,, making it Whites 10-7. The Whites cashed in on Steve Hoehn's interception of a South pass at the Red 35. Bruce COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR Tint* for bck O.y, "Ttlb Wh*« FM MM IM" FOR THE WEEK MAY 1$ THRU 22 SUN 15 AM WON 16 O 9:12 AM TUE 17 K» 9:54 AM WED 18 10:3.8 -AM THU 19 11:25 AM FKI 20 12:14 PM SAT 21 1:11 PM • SUN 22 2:09 PM All tlmt U glvtn In C«ntr«l Stindird tlmt. Add on* hour for the Enttrn tlmt tont; nbtnct on* hour for Rocky Mountiln timt; t*o hours for P«ifie tirtw. In toeditto wine cfcyllgl* uvlno timt, «M en« r^ur to tlm» f««yl ib**., . CopyrtjM \ttt Blacker the Flih — ietter the Pay f* nshlnf MaxweU took it over seven plays later from the one, and White kicked the point after, making it 17-7. South's team bounced back the hard way, going 68 yards for:-another touchdown, with Dickey scoring from the two. South tossed to Trantham for a two-point conversion, making it 17-15. In losing,. the Reds ran up a total offense of 385 yards, to 270 for the Whites. • : .Maxwell's statistics were not too unlike those of last year's workhorse tailback, Bobby Burnett. Maxwell led rushers with 101 yards on 33 carries. Leads Jack Goal by Has Lead, Am Bati Back . By BEN THOMAS NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) k* : GOalby is aiming for Ws first victory On • golf's tournament trail in six years, but his mastery-of- the Lakewood Country Club Bourse/.has been overshadowed .by. Arnold Palmer's aching back, • ; ••••-. .-. Goalny, a SSrveaMld. former Illinois football player, carved out a three-under par 69 Friday to take-sole possession of first' place after 36 holes of the $100,000 Greater New Orleans Open GolfiTourney. • • • :;!; Coupled with his first round 68, it gave: the:handsome shot. maker' a : 137; a'nd put .him bne : stroke ah«ad Of Jack Nicklaus, only-frian to ever: win 'the Masters two consecutive times. But the big mystery for today's third round was whether Palmer would show-', up. He wrenched his back on his fifth bole Friday and limped home with a one-under par 71 for a 36r hole total of 142. Pilmer was' rushed" to' a doctor,' underwent' treatment and received a nartotic to ease the .pain. Later 'he reportd by telephone': "I'm -getting stiffer and-stiffer." : '• '-' , * '*•'!*.' The doctor,- tournament Official; /said, tpld ;Palrrier''!t, was strictly 'up'to him alMut todayr- f he felt he could play, then he could. Goalby,". 'Nicklaus,. . Charles ?oody,.Tony Lema and Frank Beard had been tied for the first round lead. Lema and Beard carded ,71s Friday and weire grouped •'at 139. along with Harild . Henrii.rig Of South. .Africa, winner Of the Texas Open two weeks ago, and Kel Nagle, the veteran. Australian. Coody slipped to a 73 and had 141..'- .... ' , ' .. " The field .was cut to the low 70 and: ties-88 .actualiy-for the mal two rounds. It was the argest group to survive the 36- hole cut this year. YMCA Girls Ploy Their Best Game In the. YMCA league's .best, game of the season, Lange girls ;ot back in the win column with hard-earned victory over Cen- ral yesterday afternoon at Tom Little Park 5-4. - It was scoreless for three and ne-half innings, as both teams layed almost flawlessly afield. >ntral loaded the bases in the op of the fourth, without success, then saw Lange post its first run in the' lower half. Central rapped four hits ..for three-riihs in' the 'fifth, ahd'ap^ peared to have It won, but Lange capitalized on an opening error, and won it with four, in the lower half. :--- : Pepsi Noils First Lose on Foe KENNETT-In a battle of unbeaten teams last night in the Kennett Softball League, Pepsi- Cola of Blytheville emerged the ruler with a last-inning, 4-3 win over McCaul of Kennett. Trailing at the top of the seventh 3-1, Blytheville's Charles Dowtll Wins EL DORADO, Ark. (AP) W. A. Dowel! of Wanut Ridge advanced Friday to the semifinals of the Oil Belt Seniors Invitational golf tournament, one step closer to successful defer* of bit Ml Htle. Sexton slugged a triple and scored a triple and scored on'a wild pitch. Cliff Forsythe singled and Chris Romanski reached on an error, then both scored when the shortstop let Lynn Gee's grounder go through. ; Bill Sharp, limiting the Missourians-to three'hits, walked four and fanned nine. He.slap- ped three hits .of his own off loser Zip Callts. Pepsi had four hits in all. Callis walked none and whiffed six. Pepsi's record is 4-0. Next assignment (Monday night at I) is another unbeaten .'club. Bank of Kuaitt which ibows 14 , A-StateHas lead But No Favorite •: ARLINGTON, Ter (AP) The Southland eonferene spring sports championship tumid today into an Abllen Christian, Trinity and Lama Tech affair for the third strtigh time Friday. Abilene Christian trailed Arkansas State going into today's finals of the track an< field meet but was expected to win its third championship. Two records were broken an< a third was tied in the five fhta and five preliminary 'events of the track meet Friday. * * * Gary HobSOn of Abilene Christian cleared 5 feet-7 inches fo a. pole vault record and Clyde Gjosson Of Trinity .: app« through 100 yards in .79 seconds for a new mark. GlOsSOn also tied the 220-yard dash record erf 21.2. Arkansas State's Davi< Young won the shot put and Jef Lansdale successfully defends his javelin title to help tte md ians to 25 team points. Abilene Christian, with Bruce Johnson winning the 3,000 meter steeplechase /had 1! points. Lamar Tech had 18 aw Arlington State 11.' -'Trinity failed to score. The only other' individual title Friday went to Gerald Williams of Lamar in the broad jump . * * *' Abilene Christian qualified H for today's finals, Lamar had 13 and Arkansas State only 2 Lamar Tech captured the 54- hole golf meet with a 911 team total. Mike Garrison of Lamar was medalist with 222, three strokes better than teammate Mike Nuggent. Arlington State was second with 938, Trinity had 987, AW- lene Christian 1,019 and Arkan.- sss State 1,029. Although the singles and doubles titles were to be decided today, Trinity had the tennis championship in team hand. Trinity, with 11 points, had the two singles finalists and one of its doubles teams in the finals, . •.- *• * •*•.•.. Frank Conner met Lamar Roemer In the singles and Cantier and Danny. O'Bryant faced Lamar Tech's Sherwood Stewart and Jaime Subirats hi the doubles'. . . . .'...'.' Lamar Tech was hi second place In tennis with 8 points, while Arlington State, Abilene Christian.and Arkansas State had 1 point each. Trinity's unbeaten baseball team was only one victory away from another title ta the double elimination meet. Arkansas State, which eliminated Abilene Christian 7-3 Friday, meets Trinity today. If Arkansas wins, a second game will be played. MADRID — Ernesto Miranda Argentina, and Jose Gallos, Spain, drew, 10, bantamweight. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Levada Webster (Col.), Plaintiff No. 16775 Walter Webster (Col.) Defendant. the defendant, Walter Webster, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in. the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Levada Webster. Dated this 12th day of May, 1966, at 3:00 P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Percy A. Wright, Attorney" • Ed B. Cook, Arty Ad Litem 5-14, 21, 38,8-4 NOTICE All owners of real property within the following described territory located in the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: An. area of land located In the City of Blythivllle, Mis- County, Arkuus, fceludee aO ef tha Country Club Drive AMI- Uflfl, all of E. 0. Adams fcbdivlaion, all of Bader'a Second Addition, all the 0. .£. Rollison AdditIM indud- inf the R*plat el time, *U . ef R»se Terrace Addition, all of the Country Club Heights Addition, certain tracts of irregular tots and acreage bounded on the South by E. 0. Adams Subdivision and Rote Terrace Addition, on the West by 10th Street, on the North by Highland Street and on the East by U. S. Highway NO. 61;. all of irregular Lot * In the Northwest .Quarter, . Northeast Barter, Section t, Township 15 North, Range U E»*t except the North 844.4 feet thereof; all the West Half of Lot « and all Of Lit 7 in the Northeast Quarter, - Section 9, Township IS North, Range 11 East except the South 655 feet thereof. The land above is more particularly described as beginning at * point 40 feet West and 30 feet South of the Northeast Corner of Section 9, Township 15. North, Range 11 East which is at the intersection Of the South line of Highland Street and the West line Of U. S. Highway .No. 81, then South along the West line of U. S. Highway NO. 61 2583.7 feet to the North line of Moultrie Drive; thence West 1923 feet along the North line of Moultrie Drive to the West line of the Country Club Heights Addition; thence North 635 feet; thence West 700 feet to the North South Quarter Section Line of said Section 9; thence North along the Quarter Section Line 1140.5 feet to the Sotuh line of the Mississippi County Health Unit property; thence East along the South line of the Mississippi County Health Unit property .1320 feet to the West line of 10th Street; thence North 809.5 feet to the South line of Highland Street; thence East 1303 feet •long the South line of Highland Street to the point of beginning. are hereby notified that a Per titidn has been filed with the ity Clerk Of the said City of Uytheville, Arkansas, purport- ng to be signed by two-thirds in value of the owners of real properly .within' said territory which Petition prays that a teal Improvement diitriot be ormed embracing said terri- ory for the purpose of contracting concrete streets .with Integra) curbing and storm rainage system, said concrete treets to consist of 10th Street roni .Highland. Street South to the alley between Rollison Street and Moultrie Drive; 9th Street rorn Indiana Street South to Allison Street; 7th Street from ndiana Street South to the al- ey between Rollison Street and tfoultrie Drive; Rollison Street from 10th Street East to 7th treet; Hardin Street from 10th treet East to U. S. Highway 61; 200 foot strip oh Pecan Street ear its intersection with U. S. ighway 61; Adams Street from Otli Street East to U. S. Highway 61. The cort~of said con- ruction and improvement is be assessed and charged upon he real property above described. All owners of real property within said territory are advis- that Mid. Petition will be eard at the meeting of the City ouncil of the City of Blythe- lle, Arkansas, to be Held at he hour of. 10:00 A.M., on the 24th day of May, 1966, and that said meeting said Council- ill determine whether those igning the same constitute two-: irds in value of such owners real property; and at said eeting all owners of real roperty within said territory ho desire will be heard upon ie question. W. I. MAUN, City Clerk City of Blytheville, .: Arkansas 5-7, 14 naiiee »f the City ef Blytheville Arkansas SECTION 2. From and afte the passage and' approval this Ordinance all building an structures under constructs alteration, repair or demolitUx In the.City of.BJythevile, A kansas, Shall be. hi the manne and form prescribed in th aforementioned Southern Stam ard Building. Code, 1965 Ed tion. SECTION J. All individual: contractors, builders or anyon building, constructing, demo ishing or in any manner chang ing the existing structure building shall comply with th Southern . Standard Buildin Code as mentioned in Sectio pne.(l) hereof, . SECTION 4. Any person, firm corporation, association of pei sons engaged in the business o: building, construction or demolition of buildings structures, o any appurtenances connects or attached to such building o structures violating any Of th provisions of said Code sha be deemed.guilty of a misdemeanor and upon convictio thereof, shall be fined in an amount not to exceed Twentj five Dollars' "($25.00) and an such construction shall be im mediately stopped and shall no continue Until conformity wit the provisions of said code sha have been, met,.- : SECTION 5. All former ordi nances • or. parts thereof con flicting or inconsistent with fli provisions of this ordinance o of the code hereby adopted are hereby repealed. SECTION 6. This Ordinance Shall take effect and be in fore from and after its approval required by law. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLB, ARKANSAS By JIMMIE EDWARDS, Mayor ' 'ATTEST: W. t. Malta City 1 Clerk S-14 ORDINANCE NO. T39 AN'ORDINANCE AD6PT- IN6 THE ARKANSAS STATE PLUMBING CODE AS ADOPTED BY THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH OF:.ARKANSAS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BLYTHFVILLE, ARKANSAS. SECTION' 1; The Arkansas State Plumbing Code adopted by the State Board of Health of Arkansas 1963, and designated as Arkansas State Plumbing Code governing the Construction, In stallation and . Inspection of Plumbing and Drainage is hereby adopted in full as an Ordinance of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: SECTION 2. From and after the passage and approval oi this Ordinance all plumbing construction arid installations which may be •installed In the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, shall be in the manner and form inscribed in the aforementioned Arkansas State Plumbing Code. SECTION 8. All individuals, msinesses, firms or corpora- ions installing, constructing or ORDINANCE NO. «S AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE SOUTHERN STANDARD BUILDING CODE. AS ADOPTED BY THE SOUTHERN BUILDING CODE CONGRESS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS: SECTION 1. The Southern Standard Building Code, 1965 Edition adopted by the Southern Building Code Congress 1965, and designated as the Southern .Standard Building Code, 1965 Edition regarding construction, alteration, repair, equipment, use and occupancy, location, maintenance,, removal and demolition, of every building or structure or any appurtenances connected or attached to such buildings or structures h hereby adopted to full« «a fedt- in any manner placing in use plumbing and/or drainage shall ramply with the Arkansas State 'lumbing Code mentioned in Section One (1) Hereof. SECTION 4, Any person, firm, corporation, association of persons engaged in the business of dumbing and/or drainage vio- ating any of the provisions of said Code shall lie deemed guilty of.j jnisdemeanor and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum not to exceed Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) and any.such .construction shall be immediately .stopped and shall not continue until conformity with the provisions of said Code shall have been met. SECTION 5, All former ordinances of parts thereof conflicting or inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance or of the code hereby adopted are hereby repealed. SECTION 6. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its approval as required by law. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS By Jimmie Edwards,. Mayor ATTEST: W. I. MAUN, City Clerk theville, Arkansas. SECTION 2. From and after the passage and approval of this Ordinance all provisions and it requirements of the Fire Pre- " vention Code as approved andr- recommended by the American" Insurance Association shall. be c . ., in full force and effect in the" '• City of Blytheville, Arkansas. '" H< SECTION 3. Any person, firm,;'; 7 corporation, or association of ' ;'•; persons who shall violate any;. ;;• of the provisions of the code'. V," hereby adopted or fail to com-..,"; ply therewith, or who shall vio- . • late or fail to comply with any^ order made thereunder, or who'. ;;• shall build in violation of any; f; detailed statement of speciri-;,,,'~ cations or plans submitted and •;;'•! approved thereunder, or any."';"' certificate 6r permit; issued?.^ thereunder, and from.which np,,7 appeal has been taken, or who Shall fail to comply with such an order within the time fixed herein, shall severally for each and every such violation and non-compliance respectively, be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of not more than Twenty - five Dollars ($25.00). The imposition of one penalty for any violation shall riot excuse "the violation or per-"' mit it to continue; a'nd all suclt.""' persons shall be required to cor-'"" rect or remedy such violations or defects within a reasonable time; and when .not otherwise specified, each ten days tliat^ prohibited conditions, are maintained shall constitute a sepa-.,, rate offense. -.-.'' SECTION 4. All former ordi.;,; nances or parts thereof conflicting or inconsistent with tha provisions of this ordinance or of the code hereby adopted.'art:-. hereby repealed. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS By Jimmie" Edwards, Mayor-ATTEST: '•': W. I. MALIN, City Clerk ORDINANCE NO. 741 " :S AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE NATlONAt '•'" ELECTRICAL CODE 1965 '•'"•< AS APPROVED BY THE NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION. ''-' BE IT ORDAINED -BY THE J: IITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY' "-'• OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKAN--iAS: SECTION 1. The National- Electrical Code adopted by the" National Fire - Protection -Association May, 1965 and desig- lated as National Electrical Code 1965 Edition regarding electric wiring and electrical 1 apparatuses hereby adopted in/ ull as an Ordinance of the City' of Blytheville, Arkansas. ... SECTION 2. From and after- he passage and approval of-' his Ordinance all electric wir- ng, and electrical apparatus which may be installed in tha City of Blytheville, -Arkansasj:'"~- hall be in the manner and""* orm prescribed in the aforementioned Electrical Code, Na- '•• ional Fire Protection Associa-;' ion, 1965 Edition. SECTION 3. AH individuals, lectrical contractors, electrical workers or anyone installing,^ Onstructing or in any manner lacing in use any electrical v ORDINANCE NO. 740 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A FIRE PREVENTION CODE AS APPROVED AND RECOMMENDED BY THE AMERICAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, f BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS: SECTION 1. The Fire Prevention Code recommended by the American Insurance Association, 196S Edition and designated u the Fire Prevention Code Is hereby adopted in full as an Ordinance ol the City of Bly- wiring or other eleitrical fix- ' i - ure or apparatus shall comply with the /National Electrical., ode 1965 .mentioned in Sec-.; on One (1) hereof.' '.".' . '•' ,.'[' SECTION 4! Any person, flrm, : corporation, association of per- ons engaged in the business of ectric 'wiring, lighting, inr. allation of electrical fixtures", r apparatus violating any of." he provisions of said Code shall... deemed guilty of a misde- leanor and upon conviction-• lereof, shall be fined in any'- urn not to exceed Twenty-five ollars (|25.00)'.and' any such.,, onstructipn shall be immed-"" tely stopped, and shall not continue until conformity with.';'.! the provisions of said Code ; shall have been met. SECTION 5: All former ordinances or parts thereof con-'••'•• flicting or inconsistent with the "• provisions of this ordinance or ; of the code hereby adopted are' •' hereby repealed. . •;' : '. SECTION 6. This ordinance- shall take effect and be iri~ force from and after its approval as required by law. .'... CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE,.'» ARKANSAS .. v.v^ By Jimmie Edwards, Mayor! :; ATTEST: r .• W. I. MALIN, City Clerk vC NOTICE ..; Notice Is hereby given that a public hearing will be held before the City Council of tha City of Blytheville, Arkansas, on the 14th day of June, 1966, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. on the per, titlon of Leo Burton for rezon-' ing of Lots "B" 1 and 2 of Block 2 of Wilson's First Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas from zone R-2 to B-3. Dated this the 12th day of May, 1966. W. I. Malm, City Clerk City of Blytbeville, Arkausa*

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