The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1967 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 30, 1967
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Blythevlll* (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, Jims M, 1MT- P«gj ThlrtJJiiu. Continued From PrecMdlng Ngt HI |mrn<< nmli fnt » win IS t.J ek M At mitt pbotMUtlo coplw. Hour louud OB ditmoedi. Wt buj old told rtnu. O'SMtn't Jnreirj UH w litig 1-8 cl tt ___ Volunteers needed »t Blythevltle 1 East Neighborhood service center to teach crML sewing Instructor especially needed at this time Call Mrs. Phall, LE 2-8381. 9-29 pit 7-1 Dot homes, porch swings, b!rd houses, fence-a. Reasonable, George N«r- 101 N land St.. PO 3-8738 11-17 ck U LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A-Diet tablets. Kirby Drug. •-29 pk 7-30 Used BEFRIGEKATORS Fully Guaranteed $49.95 up HALSELL & WHITE KIT W Anyona knowing the whereabouts of Geraldlne Qott, maiden name Geraldlne Hfnton, also Patricia Htn- ton Goff, Deborah Goff & Larry Golf, contact George Goff. 695-3510 Stecle, Mo. $600 reward. 6-27 pk 7-1 K igare •ina*-. «Men Oaed U*;tit wulien All strictly tevd. SAL8ELL * WUJTi 307 W UMO FOR SALE 1604 MEADOW LANE — Equity buy on 5 3/4 loan. 3 BR. u:, baihs. clean and in excellent location. HARDIN STREET — Brick, quick possession. Large lot. JUST COMPLETED — Several 3 BR 11', bath brick homes some with dens Close to schools. Excellent neighborhood. Only $500.00 down. 3;" bAKEWOOD — Price cut. owner moved. 3 BR brick dining room, air conditioning. Call tcday. NEEDS REPAIRS — 3 BR home on Adams. Over 1200 feet. Will sell low. MaxLoganRealtor Ph. PO 2-2033 During the month or July eveyone who buys a mobile home l« Invited to pick a present from our gut tree. Green Acres Mobile Home, Inc. Air Base Ha, Blythevllle, Ark. 6-28 clt 7-30 ion of the State of Arkansas. The bonds will be callable for layment prior to maturity in inverse numerical order at par and accrued interest as follows: rom surplus proceeds of build- ng fund taxes and from any unds available for the call of all or any part of the bonds of his Issue in connection with the call or refunding of all or any part of the bonds of the prior ssues of the District (hereafter identified) on any interest i am responsible only for those dehts contracted by myself. Signed Lester Moore. 6-27 pk 7-6 Martha Rose's Beauty shop now open every day Permanent waves Vt price June 26 • July 1. PO 3-0550. 6-26 pk 7-3 refunds or calls any bonds of be ,Cl lUcllUIlcU^ Ull any imw •-•)* wi un. uviw *...— .—— -laying dale; from funds fromjplele the purchase. Checks of any source on any interest pay- unsuccessful bidders ••"" K " ng date on and after July 1, 1972. In the event the District ALTERATIONS — ANY TYPE REASONABLE PRICES. WELL EXPERIENCED. "AST SERVICE. PO 3-0835. 6-23 pk 8-2; Do you need a baby sitter thru th» day? Call Mel PO 3-7145. a-U dh tl "BILL'S COIN SHOP" 108 N Franklin We buy and sell rare coins. Phone PO 3-0372 6-6 wp 7-6 Pew selected antiques and all round table tale. Rollison's. West Hwy. 18. 6-10 pk 7-11 POMM. $32 PER ACRE 1400 fertile acres on blacktop Hwy., S50 bottom, large spring for 25 acre lake, all lays nice woven wire lence except li£ mile, mineral rights m- 67 Acres. 35 open, 15 bottom, fenced, 4 room native stone home, drilled well, 2 ponds, large stream, $8 800, $1500 down. Free list. M ' DAWSON REALTY Mammoth Springe, Arlt. Ph. 625-3318 Combination live stock & grain larm. We have several listed Demares & CO. Brokers. Heth. Ark. OL, 7-2337. «-M P* '-' 1105 Ward Lane — Brick 3 BR, taths. Small equity. Assume FHA loan. PO 3-0783. 6-27 pk 7-6 CLEAR LAKE ROAD — 2 miles outside city limits. Hf. acres, brick. 3 bedrooms, den. living room, dining area, kitchen. Central heat and air. 409 MIMOSA — brick. 3 bedroom, living; room, kitchen, bath, carport. Can move in today. 116 SHIELDS LANE — 3 bedroom, large lot 70X205. 100% GI loan. 509 NORTH 13th. Duplex, Brict. ""see vt for houses displaying FHA •igns. TOM LITTLE REALTY PO 2-2323 Russell K. Marr. Salesman PO 3-3355 Nights John P. Holland, salesmin PO 3-7385 »lS» 3 BR home, larre lot. 810 Blltmore •ill take trade. Hlndman. PO 3-1551 Or PO 2-2283. 6-20 pfc 7-21 1028 High—3 BR, natn and half, tentral heat, built-in oven, fenced back yard. Call.or see Elton R. Jones, Montgomery Ward, PO 3-9308 or to 3-6260 nights. 6-8 pk 1-9 For Safe Cars & Trucks 1964 Pontlac Lemans sport coupe convertible. Standard transmission PO 3-7812. 6-29 pk 71959 Studebaker, exc. cond new paint. PO 3-8461. 6-29 pk 7-8 1955 Mercury, pwr. itr. Good sec- end Bar. LE 1-8751. 6-29 pk 7-8 '(55 FOrd pickup, V8 radio, heater 1.WB, 16.000 miles. One owner, new tires. Call aft. 6 p.m. LE 2-5241. 6-27 an <-i 195S Cher liter 5 p.m. ton pickup. LE 3-5238 6-27 Ck « 1960 Pontlac wagon, one owner Clean & eood shape, ' I help people to get the bes aeals on new and used cars find trucks. Jim Ziellnskl. Bob Sullivan Chevrolet-Cadillac Co. Phone PC 8-4578 or PO 3-9561. 6-27 ck 7-29 •64 Rambler 4 door «o»n. R «s H W.S.W., economical 8 oyl. engine PO 2-2202. 5 - 30 cl£ * 1958 Chevrolet Pickup with ttak hed made to haul furniture. Me See at Wilson's TV Center, 109 E M»in. PO 3-4237. 6-27 ci 7- Hilp Wanted Female IF TOO have used AVON COS METICS you know you can se) IK. M»OT dollars can be: earne •nrviclnK customers in a territon "ear jou. Write Box 177. Jonesboro ilving directions to your house 1 rural address. 6-25 ck7- Waitress wanted. Rustic Inn. F 3-2202. ATTENTION — II yo u need Avon muSts or would Ilk. to Mil AtOk Sail PO 2-2000. Leave name, address Jna onone number. 4-27 <* « ^v^«*«w~~v~^ w^^Art* Help Wanted, Male ft^^twwu* ^,^~*~*~~*~ •*> Auto parts trainee — Opportuntt to learn auto parti. Must hav Ark. driver's llcenc. - « Jr. w J1S W. Asn St. 6-28 ck Help Wanted Male or Fen»le Sent a new Baldwin gno for {10 a month. Rental ftp- les to purchase price. 20 models chooo from, SKidmort Piano 101 E. Main. BlytBevllle, Ark. 3-1 ck t TA» Mississippi county Onloo issloa needs your surplus clothlni ousehold Items, hardware, furu ure, etc. Please call PO 3-8380 o ring to Walnut & Lftdede. 4-18 ek t Lost-Male Siamese cat In vicinity Air Base, June 18. Reward offered. .! 2-5334. 6-27 pk 7-6 ^WT^WWVWW^-^^w—^^«uw>««ww» Private fcoomi^^ _ 3 large cool bedrooms, men only. 1 E. Davis. PO 3-4050. 6-13 ck tf The bonds will be sold upon auction bids at 8:00 o'clock p.m., on the 27th day of July, 19S7, in the office of the Superintendent of Schools. Each bidder will be required to file a certified or cashier's check in the amount of $1,200 on a bank- that is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, payable to the District, to be kept as liquidated damages if the bidder is awarded the sale of the bonds and fails to com promptly returned and the District will not pay interest on good faith checks. The District vlcted of violating the l*wi of this Stale, or any other State, relative, to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July, 1967, and lo expire on the 30th day of June, 1968. Raymond Elmer Birmingham, Applicant. Ray's Cafe Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of June, 1867. ISarline Ashley, Notary Public My Commission expires: June 27, 1971. Seal 6 the January 1, 1961 issue or the reserves the right to reject any November 1, 1963 issue (called ] and all bids, "prior issues") it shall call that { For further information ad proportionate amount of the i dress the undersigned, or T. J. NlceV feln, 1 furn. front 6drm. 1708 W. O 3-6248. 6-13 pk 7-13 Wantea to Buy Bsed olanos a org»n«. PO 1-7071 Rldmore Piano Co. 12-30 ck ti WANTED: Dsed furniture Hfilsell White Ptl 3-6091! or PO a-«KS Antique noes, «nd guns O'St«en • 05 E M«ln PO 5-45» ID-V' - tl bonds of this issue then out standing that the total principal amount of the bonds of prior issues being called or refunded bears to the total principal amount of the bonds of prior issue outstanding immediately prior to such call or refunding; provided, however, that if the refunding of any of the prior issues leaves the continuing annual tax pledged to said issue unchanged and pledged to the refunding issue, it shall not be necessary to call any bonds of this issue by reason of the refunding of said issue but thereafter references in this paragraph to prior issues shall be construed to include the refunding issue in lieu of the refunded issue. No bid of less than .par and accrued interest will be enter- ained, and the award, if made, will be to the bidder whose bid results in the lowest net interest cost to the District (determined by computing the aggregate interest cost at the speci- ied rate and deducting there- rom any premium bid). The assessed valuation of all taxable property within the school district for the year 1966, the last assessment of record is 51,079.660.00. Raney & Sons, Little Rock, Ar- iansas. 1967. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Be-; Jnsas verage Control of the State for • GIVEN this 27th day of June, a permit to sell and dispense BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF GOSNELL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. By C. A. MOODY, President ANDY BEVILL Secretary 6/30 7/7 '7/14 NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR A RETAIL BEER PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit lo sell and dispense beer at retail on the premise described as: Ray's Cafe, 401 West Ash Street, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been con beer at retail on the premises described as: Drummer Boy, j South 61 (1020 Division) Blythe.: ville, Mississippi County, Arkan-j sas. I The undersigned states that | .e is a citizen or Arkansas, of! »ood moral character, that he > las never been convicted ot a; felony or other crime involving: moral turpitude; that no license | to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five, years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July, 1967, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1968. Mrs. Claudean Pierce, Applicant Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 24ih day of June, 1967. Charles A. Hindman, Notary Public. My Commission expires: Dec. 14, 1969. Seal 7-30 WANTB&—Man m iaoy wno cares for their family, wanta t&« tim thlniBtn lift not content wit). 110 err week Wants tnllr own builntti ?"n Mtntlr own boa.. *nr InMr Mew writ. U. P Taylor. HOT JM Call WB 2-49W Jonesboro. 8-3 ck H»ip "Wanted »j» _ „ -,.. « »»,»*%/»* BOYS SUMMER WORK The Courier News soon will have openings for younp: men between ages of 12 and 15, who will be assigned to deliver the paper in their neighborhoods. Contact Ted Brown, Courier New5 ' ^ 100 turn tending muchlnes. On location. 5(1 In Blythcvllle. rest_ln CunithiTBVllle. Hwtl * fi"?".'.';.,! cheap. LeMlnf ItHte. TO 8-B85B or TO i-«7M. *•« P* 7 ' M NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Gosnell School District No. « f Mississippi County, Arkansas, ereby gives notice that it will ell on auction bids on the date pecified below its proposed ssue of $60,000 Construction chool Bonds to be dated June , 1967, bearing interest at the ate of 4%% per annum, payable emiannually on January 1 and illy 1 of each year, commencing anuary 1, 1968 and to mature n January 1 of each year as ollows: YEAR AMOUNT 1969 $3,000 1970 3,000 1971 4,000 1972 4,000 1973 4,000 1974 4,000 1975 5,000 1976 5,000 1977 5,000 1978 5,000 1979 6,000 1980 6,000 1981 6,000 For the payment of the bonds, he District will pledge its full aith, credit and resources and all of its revenues from whatever source derived that may now or hereafter legally be pledged, except the millage an- mally voted for current opera- ion and maintenance and the layment of indebtedness evi- ienced by other bond issues, but Including surpluses from continuing tax levies heretofore voted and pledged to secure any other bond issue, including, but not limited to, the twenty (20) mill tax pledged for the retirement of an issue of school bonds of the District dated January 1, 1961; and the five (5) mill tax- pledged for the retirement of an issue of school bonds of the District dated November 1, 1963, and further including that part of the State Apportionment going to the District's Operat ing Fund. The purchaser may name the Trustee and the Paying Agent. All expenses of the issue, including the printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of Smith, Williams, Friday & Bowen, Bond Counsel, Little Rock, Arkansas, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be issued will be paid by T. J. Raney & Sons, Little Rock, Arkansas, the fiscal agent. Supplemental coupons and dual coupons will not be permitted, but the bonds may be converted to an issue bearing a lower rate or rates of inter est, with any conversion to be in accordance with the Univer sal Bond Values Tables, upon such terms that the District re ceive no less and pay no more than It would receive and pa; if the bonds were not converted The conversion shall be sub ject to the approval of the Boan of Director* of the District and of the Commissioner of Educa THIS GROWING-UP BUSINESS A home-delivery newspaper route is a "growing up business" unlike any other. It alone provides a youngster with an opportunity to put muscle into what he is taught in school, by putting iim in a part-time business where he buys at wholesale and sell* at retail; serves all kinds of people; keeps his own records; makes his own collections; and discovers the rewards of salesmanship He«e he karns, before his classmates, the importance of responsibility, self-reliance, punctuality and courtesy, and adopts right attitudes about what will be essential to his future auccesi. Encouraged by parents who realize the many benefits which come from route management and by men who are interested m and trained to work with boys, he wftl some day look back on W» newspaper route expaimce and say "This was when I wally atartod growing «p". If you have a son or taoct> of a young'*'' **° m *$t, similarly pnf* by having newspaper route experience, phone or write to oui* Cirw* BLYTHtVILLi COUft/FR NfWS STEVE'S GONE PRICES SHATTERED AT FLEET CAR SALES! ** *• FLEET 4-STAR SPECIAL! '67 CAMARO Factory air, power steering, power brakes, automatic transmission, ivory with beige interior, tinted glass. Only 3,000 miles. 5 yr. or 30,000 mile warranty. ONLY 2695 '67 2-PLUS-2 MUSTANG, VS engine, 4 in the floor, wide oval reel- line tires, tinted glass, radio. A steal. 5 yrs. or 50,000 miles warranty .... '64 CHEVELLE CONVERTIBLE, 4 in the floor, radio, heater, V8 engine tinted glass, beautiful beautiful green with black convertible top. Priced to sell 2 yr. or 24 months warranty '63 PONT1AC 4-DOOR CATA- L1NA hardtop, full air and power. Automatic transmission, local one owner. Beautiful blue, like new. See to believe, 2 yr. or 24,00 mile warranty '65 MUSQPANG 2-DOOR HARDTOP, 3 in the floor, 6 cylinder, economy and savings. Radio, heater white tires, 3 yr. or 36,000 mile warranty .. '63 FORD GALAXIE 500 4-DOOR, pretty red and white. White tires knee deep in rubber. Radio, heater, automatic transmission, power sell. 3 yr. or 24,000 mile warranty $1395 1965 MUSTANG 2-door hardtop, Pretty off-red finish, wide oval red line tires, radio and heater, tinted glass, Spare never down. Priced^ to seil. 3 yr or 3G,000 mile ' warranty •6-1 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE, pretty gold with gold roof, full power, including windows. Automatic transmission, tinted glass, radio. Priced too low, C10QC but it must go at *|»lfca«l '65 MUSTANG 2-DOOR HARDTOP, automatic V-8, radio, heater, white tires tinted glass, console. Priced to sell quickly. 3 yrs or 36,000 mile warranty ------ '67 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4-door hardtop, with full air and power, tinted glass, radio, heater automatic transmission. 5 yr. or 50,000 mile warranty. A steal at 'B6 VOLKSAVAGEN, radio, heater and many other extras. Likejiew. Priced to sell at only y i . \)i uu,~ $2895 $1795 This Is the Place In Town Where the Cleanest Used Cars Will Be Found! -And- WEWILL SAVE YOU $ 50 at least, on any bonafidc new car offer you have -SEE- Steve Perrydore — Bud Whitener — Steve Novafr Bank Financing-Easiest Terms FLEET CAR SALES Lake & Walnut PhoiMPO 3-1200

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