The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1968 · Page 13
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........ .... ... ,,. Wylhevffl* (Ark.) Courier Newi - Mdajr, January », I9«- P«j» TUrlwfl ConrlniMtf From "land. Brazil, South Am. M.SS »er ten. E. L. Carter Blulord, 111. 1 1>11 pK l 810 N. rrutklln—Modern Brick Home. 3 large bMlroomi. FIreplaM in living room,'litre, Urf* lot '1028 Walnut-Two Btory 7 room Borne. Fireplace In living room. $102 per month. Buy equity. •<504 Marr—S bedroom. UTiCi * dl Btng room. «nd paneled (tin. lOOi 110 It. lot. »73 per month—Buy low faulty on tali nice 2 bedroom home with den. JMO Ptrblde—3 bedroom. 1U bath. Kit-den comb. Owner .anxloua to •111. Eltra lart* 200170 ft. lot jMixLoganktaltor Ph. to 2-2033 p Choice lots for nunttng, fishing, * campinf on Big Lake, Ark. 554- MTS. JJ-14 Pk 1-11 * 2-bdrm. modern house. 006 Chickasawba. Call PO 36961 before 5 p.m. George M. Lee, realtor. o-JS ek tf •-20 acres land, Gcmnell 2 miles from Main Air Base Gate Gravel ftad achool bus route, REA electricity. City water-LE 2-H60 Or LX 33315. 12-4 ck tf j4 rm noun with b»th. completely turn. Make fmaU down payment. Pay like paring rent. Located at Cjoraell, near air base. FO 2-2112 Cjf PO 3-3331. ll-Ja ck tf s For Sal* Cars & Trucks .'; '87 Camato B8. 5 000 miles, perfect car. HOSa. PO 3-0840 afted 3:30. •^ 1986 Chevy Caprice, Air, power Brakes, power ateering, stereo, AM- FM, Etc. PO 3-405B after 4. (2100. 1-2 pk 2-2 IMPORT SERVICE Expert service on all Import can. All parts available. All work at moderate prices. Nicholas Gulf Ser- Tic,. ' WHEN TOT3 THINK OF TRUCKS, I.IINK OF wauiPMEtrr OENTSR. 12-14 Ck It 1999 Ohev. Irapala Sports Coup with. power rteerine. power brakes, factory sir conditioning, radio, white wall tires, two tone paint. Call PO 3-8941 after 6 p.m. Can he financed. 12-27 pk 1-13 1MO Valiant S.W. by owner Mak« K as. Offer. U! 3-5995. 12-6 pk 1-8 For Salt or Rent r^, — • ^- ~*~~*~ Stan bulldlnt 3J> i 90'. lie I. Itoln. Call PO 3-3483. 9-15 ck tf ./VW^A _-^~^ -^ Htlp Wanted optlclanr Managerial position, too salary and commission, fringe benefits, at Blytheville Air Borce Base Blythevllle, ' Arkansas. Malamut Opticians Inc., 5615 Lantlover Road, fiyattvllle,. Maryland, 301-779' 2829. '....- . 1-51 SALESMAN WANTED $17 000 PLUS REGULAR CASH BONUS for roan over 40 in Blythe- vJlle area. Take short auto .trips to contact customers. Air mall L. P. DlckersorC southwestern Petroleum ' Corp Tort Worth. Texas 76101. WANTED BOYS The Courier News soon will have openings for young men between ages of 12 and 15, who will be assigned to deliver the paper in their neighborhoods. Contact Ted Brown, Courier News. SALESMAN WANTED Excellent opportunity to man ,oney. Contact Bob Smith. PO 3mo: 0053. Blythevllle. Ark. Experienced cook needed. Call ¥O i-HOl Kuitlo Inn. 12-11 ek tf Help Wanted, Mil* m .big our ad LIVESTOCK. BUYERS earn money, want to be one? See ot under classification "INSTRUCTIONS" In this paper .or white Boi 57 Muskoffee, Oklahoma. ^ 1-5 pk 1-13 Wanted Mil* or F«mil» WANTED—Man OT MOT wbo cans tor their family, wants th« finer things In lift not content wit! •100 per nek. wantf then own busmesi ' n be their own boo For later- Tien write U P Tajloi Bni 31J n Call WK 3-49W Jnneubwo ft-3 ck M ATTENTION — K TOU need Alon product* or would 1IB to.Mil A«a>, call FO 2-1000. Leave name, address and phone number. 4-27 ck tf Dance to the munlc or ."The Vampires'' Mon. Wed. Fri. t-1 at "The Boondox" 609 E. Main. 1-5 pK 2-8 "The Boondox 1 ' formerly 1he "Jet Club" under new managemnt. 1-5 pk 2-B See Acme. A complete and reliable tax service for Individuals at mod- erite oott.. m\t, Weat Main. Blythe- vllle, Ark. 1-4 olc 2-4 OOSN«U.'« NEW WA3HETERIA IS NOW OPEN FOB BDSINESS. ALL NEW KOtJIPMENT. IN TOWN & COUNTRY BUILDING IN QDALIT* icRtt ! filtB NORTH OF MB BASE. 12-11 clc 1-14 BAS-B-OCl LOVERS. For real pit bar-be-cue visit the "«i Fig" across from Liberty Super Market. We do custom barbecuing. PO 3-9610. t2-d ek tf REASONABLE MHOM.WWJi K- PERIINCED. FAST MBVIOI. PO 1-088S. !'"« <* " MSN WANTED In Thla AreaTo Train Aa LIVESTOCK BURR LEARN TO BOY CATTLt AND HOGS TOR PACKHW AT SAUt BARNS AND FARMS, W« prefer tt rain men 21-50 with farm or lr?«- atocK experience. For local Inter- "lew write age, phone and background to Regional Manager National Initltute or Meat Packing, P.O. Box IT HU8BOOXE, OKLA 74401 1-5 pk 1-13 ' Guaranteed . iklll wwi » p.m. aaw maf. BaM emwi (Ml U **» «t« Electrolux Private Room* I rm hou». Suitable for bachelor or couple. 1131 W. Walnut, PO 22931. ' 1-10 ck t( Nice warm rooml. Prlvat* trance, ill I. Dwii, PO 3-4050. 11-30 ok « 1 private bedrooml. Conveniently located to shopplns center and town. 514 W. Walnut. Ph. PO 2-2915 Gentlemen only. 1-4 ck 1-14 1 o Buy Pud lurnlture and anpllancea. Hlsheet prices paid. Call PO 3 2«$> or PO 3-9480 anytime, I'll pic 1-16 Will buy old guns and platoli. O'gteen'a Jewel.n PO 3-4912. WANTED: OlM (uMlture. Uauell k Whit*. Ph. 3-MM at PO 1-2045 11-1 ck U ,Butin*w Opportuniti** If you own a car age 21-55, trill- Ing to make one sell weekly for a profit of $236.SO. Write MQR. P.O. Box 1243, JonMboro, Ark. You will he contacted. 1-12 pk 1-20 Loat — black ft iliver male German Shepherd, ans, to Duke. Has chain. Collar with tags. If found or seen call. PO 3-38C6. PO 3-3764. Liberal Reward. 1-8 wp 1-S4 Found in Bee. Money. Return on identification, and coat of ad. P.O. Bos 404. Blythevllle. 1-9 pk 1-13 ORDINANCE NO. 775 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE LICENSING OF ALL DOGS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS; PROHIBITING DOGS FROM' RUNNING AT LARGE WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS; AUTHORIZING THE IMPOUNDING AND DESTRUCTION OF DOGS; PROVIDING A PENALTY AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS: SECTION ONE: DEFINITION OF TERMS. As used in this ordinance unless the context otherwise indicates. (a) "Dog" shall be intended to mean both male, and female (b) "Owner" shall be intended to mean any person or persons, firm, association : or corporation owning, keeping, or harboring a dog. (c) "At large" shall be intended to mean off the premises of the owner, and i^t 1 " under the control of the owneror a member of his imrri^diite family either by leash, cord, chain or otherwise. SECTION TWO: LICENSE AND REGISTRATION REQUIRED. (a) All dogs kept, harbored, or maintained by their owners or keepers in the City of Blytheville,. Arkansas, shall be licensed and registered if over three(3) months of age. Dog licenses shall be issued by the City Collector in the City of Blytheville upon producing a certificate, signed by a licensed, graduate veterinarian, that the dog has been vaccinated against rabies within six (6) months prior to the time of application for license, and upon payment of a license tax of Two Dollars ($2.00) for each dog. The owner shall state at the time application is made for such license and upon printed forms provided for such purpose his name and address, and the name, breed, color and sex of each dog owned or kept by him. The provisions of this sections shall not be intended to apply to dogs whose owners are non-residents temporarily within the city nor to dogs brought into the city for the purpose of participating in any dog show,, nor to seeing eye" dogs properly trained to assist blind persons When such dogs are actually being used by blind persons for the purpose of aiding them in going from place to place. (b) Licenses for dogs are here- inabove provided shall be purchased on or before the first day of February of each year for the ensuing year, or immediately upon the bringing of such dog into the city or immediately upon the dog becoming three(3) months of age. Licenses and the right to use the particular tag shall expire on May 31st of the year following that in which the license is issued. SECTION THREE: TAG AND COLLAR. Upon payment af the license fee, the City Collector shall issue to the owner a license certificate and a metallic lag for each dog so licensed. The tag shall be changed every year and shall have itunped thereon the year for which it was issued. Every owner shall be required to provide each dog with a collar to which the license tag must >e affixed, and shall see that the collar and tag are eon- itantly worn. In case a dog tig is lost or destroyed, a duplicate will be iuued by the City Collector upon presentation of a receipt showing payment of the license fee for the current year, and the payment of a fifty (50) cent fee for such duplicate. Dog tasji ihatt not be transferable from oni dog to another, and no refunds shall be made on any dog license fee because of death of the dog or the owners leaving the city before the expiration of the license period. SECTION FOUR: RUNNING AT LARGE PROHIBITED. No owner or keeper of any dog shall permit such dog to run at large outside the enclosures or boundary lines of the property of the owner or keeper. The term "running at large" shall mean running loose or free and not under the direct control of some person by leash or other device attached to the dog. SECTION FIVE: IMPOUNDING. It shall be the duty of every police officer, city dog catcher, poundmaster or other designated official to apprehend or cause to be apprehended any dog found running at large contrary to provisions of Section and to impound such dog in the city pound or other suitable place. The poundmaster or other designated official, upon receiving any dog, shall make . complete registry, entering the breed, color and sex of such dog and whether licensed. Licensed dogs shall be separated from unlicensed dogs. SECTION SIX: NOTICE TO OWNER AND REDEMPTION. The owner of any licensed dog that is impounded shall be notified and the owner of any dog so impounded may reclaim such dog upon payment of all cost and charges incurred for maintenance of said dog. In addition to such charges, the owner shall pay the sum of Two Dollars ($2.00) to the City of Blytheville for permitting said dog to run at large and requiring same to be impounded. SECTION SEVEN: DISPOSITION OF UNCLAIMED OR INFECTED DOGS. All licensed dogs that are impounded shall be kept for a period of six (6), days, and if at the expiration of six(6) days, such dog shall not have been redeemed, it may be destroyed. All unlicensed dogs that are impounded shall be kept for a period of forty eight (48) hours and if at the expiration of Forty eight (48) hours, such dog shall not have been redeemed, it may be destroyed. Any dog which appears to be suffering from rabies or at fected with hydrophobia, mange or other infections or dangerous disease shall not be released but shall be forthwith destroyed. SECTION EIGHT: VACCINATION. It shall be unlawful for the owner of any dog to keep, maintain, or allow such dog to remain on his premises unless it shall have been vaccinated by a licensed veterinary surgeon with anti-rabies vaccine, within one (1) year preceding the date on which such dog is kept, maintained, or allowert to run at large. SECTION NINE: PENALTIES. Any owner found violating any provision of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not less than Five Dollars ($5.00) nor more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) for such offense. SECTION TEN: REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed insofar as they may be inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance. SECTION ELEVEN: SEPAR- ABILITY OF PROVISIONS. It is the intention of the City Council that each separate provision of this ordinance shall be deemed independent of all other provisions herein, and it is further the intention of the City Council that if any provision of this ordinance be declared invalid, all other provisions thereof shall remain valid' and enforceable. SECTION TWELVE: The condition of dogs running at large has resluted in a serious hazard which is dangerous to the inhabitants of the City of Blytheville. An emergency is therefore declared and this ordinance being necessary for the public peace, health and safety shall be in full force and effect upon and after-its passage. PASSED this »th day of January, 1968. APPROVED: Tom A. Little, Jr., Mayor. ATTEST: W. I. Malin, City Clerk 1-12 PROCLAMATION OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice- is hereby given that an election will be held in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas on the 30th day of January, 1968, at which there will be submitted to the electors of the City the question of issuing City of Blytheville, Arkansas (called "City") Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (called "bonds") under Act No. 9 of the First Extraordinary Session of the Sixty- Second General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved January 21, i960, as amended (called "Act No. 9") in the principal amount of not to exceed $300,000 for the purpose of furnishing permanent financing of the cost of securing and developing Industry. The bonds will be dated, will bear Interest at such rate or rates, the interest will be payable on such dates, the bonds will mature on such date or dates, the bonds will be subject to redemption prior to maturity in such manner and upon such terms, and the bonds will be issued at one time or in series from time to time, all as the City Council shall subsequently determine and specify in the Ordinance authorizing their issuance. The proposed industrial undertaking is an expansion (involving improvements and facilities) of the industrial operations of Blytheville Canning Company, Inc., an Arkansas corporation (called "Blytheville Canning") in the City (called the "Project"). The Project will be owned by the City and leased to Blytheville Canning for lease rentals sufficient to provide for the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds. The bonds will not be general obligations of the City, but will be special obligations-payable solely from Project revenues, including particularly lease rentals from the Lease Agreement with Blytheville Canning, which will be specifically pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds, and the bonds will be secured by a lien on and security interest in the Project as authorized by Act No. 9. Only qualified electors of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, shall have the right to vote, and the electors may vote either for or against issuance of the bonds. The election will be held between the hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 7:30 o'clock p.m. at the following polling places in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, to wit: WARD 1-A—Robinson Implement Company, 500 E. Main WARD 1-B-Wade Furniture Warehouse, 515 E. Main WARD 1-C—Hensley's Super- Mkt., 609 S. Ruddle Road WARD 2-A—Jaycee Building, North Second St. WARD 2-B-Y.M.C.A., South Second St. WARD 2-C—Beckham Moving & Storage Co., 900 N. Second St. WARD 3-A—Carloek Pontiac, Walnut & Fifth WARD 3-B-Blytheville Water Company, 415 W. Main WART 3-C—Anderson Real Estate Office, North Sixth St. WARD 4-A-Pickard's Grocery, Chickasawba Ave. WARD 4-B—Missco Implement Company, South Division WARD 4-C—Mississippi' County Health Unit, North Tenth St. WARD 5-A—Mississippi County Lumber Company, 1801 W; Main WARD 5-B—Taylor Fish House, 422 S. 21st WARD 5-C—Doyle's Service Station, 2113 West Rose ABSENTEE BOX: Mississippi County Courthouse GIVEN this 5 day of January, 1968. WILLIAM BERRYMAN Sheriff of Mississippi. County, Arkansas SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINEE METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. has a career opportunity due to expansion in Mississippi County. Extensive home office training program. Salary Open. Contact Mrs. Diggs »t PO 2-U035. WHITtEY Office Supply • Magnetic Bulletin Boards • Adding Machines For Home or Office • Typewriters • Electric Standard - Portable • Brief Cases • Desk Accessories • Label Markers • Art Supplies • Desks • File Cabinets • LOOM Leaf Forms Sales - Service - Rentals 112 W. Walnut PO 3-8802 ASK ABOUT OUR LIFETIME USED CAR WARRANTY! WHAT YOU HAVEN'T SEEN OUR GREAT USED CAR VALUES '67 FORD XL 2 door H.T., sparkling blue with blue interior, V8, automatic trans., radio und heater, power steering, factory air condition, local one owner sales tax paid, '68 Arkansas tags, 10,000 actual miles, factory warranty '67 FORD Country Sedan, station wagon, solid white with blue interior, V8, automatic trans., radio and heater, power steering, factory, air conditioner local one owner, well cared for miles, tax paid, factory warranty, just right for C4QQC that large family need '60 FORD station wagon, solid white, 6 cylinder, standard trans., radio & heater, good tires, economical to own and drive. $395 '65 FORD F-100 4 wheel drive, solid black, V8, 4 speed Heavy Duty Trans.; radio and heater, power take off winch with 100 ft. cable. This truck is in excellent condition, a one owner, low mileage, if you have a heavy job, construction job or just like to travel in rough areas. . .this truck will do it. $1995 '61 PLYMOUTH Savoy 4 door, tutone gray and while, V8, automatic trans., radio and heater, power steering, good tires, this car is well abovs average, priced to sell. $495 SPECIAL! '68 Mustang 2 DOOR H.T. This car equipped with 6 cylinder engine, 3 speed trans., bucket seats, radio and heater, white sidewall tires, 5 year or 50,000 mile warranty. Join the excitement of owning a Mustang. '67 FORD Fairlane '500' Country Squire Station Wagon, V8, automatic trans., power steering, factory air conditioner, glistening beige with beige interior, 10,000 actual one owner miles, factory warranty, sales tax paid, this is the top of the line and it's tops '63 MERCURY Breezeway 4 door, shining blue,, V8, automatic trans., power steering, air conditioner, this little car has 43,000 actual C70C miles, it's priced to sell quick yf 9«l '61 CORVAIR Station wagon, solid green, 6 cylinder, standard trans., radio and heater, good tires, runs right, bargain priced, only ...;... \,J *«iiv«;i.j $795 '64 CHEVY II 4 door, sparkling white, 6 cylinder, standard trans., radio and heater, good tires, economical to own and buy '63'/2 FORD Fastback 2 door H.T., sparkling white with red interior, VS, automatic trans., power steering, air conditioner, white sidewall radio and heater, wire wheel covers, its sharp ' '66 CHEVROLET Super Sports, 2 door H.T., glistening gold, gold bucket seats, V8, automatic trans., power steering, factory air conditioner, 13,000 actual miles, one owner, wire wheel covers, factory warranty, sharp as can be — - — — $2495 It's NOT convertible weatKer and we know it but it soon will be. So take advantage of this opportunity to buy a real nice one owner car at a considerable savings! '66 FORD Galaxie 'SOO' Convertible, sparkling jellow with white ton, V8, automatic trans., power steering, factory air conditioner, local one owner, sales tax paid, low mileage, can be warranted up to 50,040 miles was $2485 now only $1995 '6« FORD Galaxie '600' convertible, shining red with a white top, V8, automatic trans., power steering, air conditioner, local one owner, low mileage, car can be warranted up to 50,000 miles "M $2495 ..now only $1995 We're Loaded With 1967 Fords! These cars are still covered by factory warranty t low mileage, fully equipped, automatic trans;, most have tax paid, service folders are available for your inspection, top of the Ford line. Prices start as low a C4CQC Remember Prices Are Born At Phillips And Raised Elsewhere! PHILLIPS FORD SALES "YOUR SAFE PLACE TO BUY" Broadway & Chickasawba Ph. PO 3-4453

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