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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Blytheville, Arkansas Page two a courier news Blytheville Ark a saturday october is is action Albert Payne Fred May continued from Page i Boensch said occasionally of two planes Are circling in the an me general area. Then for safety reasons one aircraft May be ordered to alter its traffic pattern to increase the distance Between them. This May result in a plane Drifting either nearer or Over a portion of Blytheville he said. In addition Boensch said the City s corporate limits have grown and because of this expansion some planes might Fly Over sections of the City which formally were not part of Blytheville. Public notices notice a owners of real property within the following described territory being located in the Coick Asamoa District of Mississippi county Arkansas in the City of Blytheville Arkan sgt to wit from the Point of beginning at the Southeast Corner of the intersection of Sycamore Street and 21st Street thence West and southwesterly a distance of 1,790 feet along the South right of Way of the St. Louis san Francisco Railroad to a Point of intersection with the North right of Way of Kenwood drive extended thence South from said Point along a line 170 feet from and parallel to the West right of Way line of i South Kenwood drive a j distance of 560 feet to a Point of intersection with the South right of Way of the Alley Between Birch Avenue and Rose Street said Point also being 140 feet from the North right of Way line of Rose Street thence West from said Point along a line 140 feet from and parallel to the North right of Way line of Rose Street a distance of 720 feet to a Point of intersection with the South right of Way line of the St. Louis san Francisco Railroad thence southwesterly from said Point along the South right of Way line of the St. Louis san Francisco Railroad a distance of 250 feet to a Point of intersection with the North right of Way line of Rose Street thence South from said Point along the East right of Way line of Mississippi Street a distance of 220 feet to a Point 150 feet South of the South right. Of Way line of Rose Street thence East from said Point along a line 150 feet from and parallel to the South right of Way line of Rose Street a distance of 2.625 feet to a Point of intersection with the East right of Way line of 21st Street thence North from said Point along the East right of Way line of 21st Street a distance of 1.245 feet to a Point of intersection with the South right of Way line of Sycamore Street and the Point of be ginning Are hereby notified that a petition has been filed with the City clerk of Blytheville Arkansas purported to be signed by a majority in value of the owners of real property within said territory which petition prays that a local improvement District be formed embracing said territory for the purpose of constructing Concrete streets with integral curb and storm water drainage system and Asphalt overlay upon certain streets in said territory and that the coat thereof be assessed and charged upon a real estate above described. All owners of real property within said territory Are advised that said petition will be heard at a meeting of the City Council of Blytheville Arkansas to be held at the hour of 7 30 of clock p. M., on the Isa Day of november 1970, at the City Hall and that at said meeting said City Council will determine Wheater those signing a same constitute a majority in value of such owners of real property and at said meeting ail owners of real property Wain said territory who desire will be fcer4 upon a question. Dorothy l. Besharse City clerk. 10-24, 31, 11-7 Albert Payne. 88. A retired Farmer died yesterday in Tampa. Fla. Bom in Tennessee he moved to Blytheville in 1900 and lived Here till moving to Tampa in 1949. He was a methodist. He is survived by his widow mrs. Gurne Burks Payne of Tampa one daughter mrs. Hugh Wright of Gould. Ark two sons. George Payne of Tampa and r. L. Payne of Blva Eville two Brothers f. S. Payne of Camden Tenn. And Guy Payne of Wauchula Fla. Sixteen grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Services will be at 2 . Monday in Cobb funeral Home Chapel with burial in Maple Grove cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons James Payne. Jon Payne Dor Payne. Joe Payne. Jerry Payne and Bobby we right. Fred Alley May 70, of 2008 Stonewall dr., Ca Rutersville died yesterday in Memphis Baptist Hospital after a Long illness. Bom in Dyer county term., the son of mrs. Carrie May and the late James Hiram May he lived most of his life in Caruthersville. Besides his mover he is survived by his widow. Mrs. Lillian May of Ca Rutersville three sons Darrell May of Caruthersville Bill May of Palo Alto calif., and Larry May of Steele one daughter mrs. Gerald Marcene May Cantlin of Blytheville and to grandchildren. Funeral service will be announced by Dean funeral Home. S. H. Rebstock Shirley h Rebstock 82. A retired Carpenter died yesterday at Dunklin county memorial Hospital at Kennett. Birn in Illinois he was a resident of Blva Eville about 50 years before moving to live with his son nine years ago. He was a Baptist. He is survived by three sons. Cecil Rebstock and l. C. Ras Rebstock. Both of Kennett and Everett Austin Rebstock of Selmer. Tenn. One daughter mrs. Helen Singleton of Brooksville. Fla. Three Stepsons Charles w. Graham and Haskell Graham both of Blytheville and Casey re r c Ouis two Sisters Lula and Viola o. A i Unis Twenty eight grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. Services will be at 2 . Tomorrow in Cobb funeral Home Chapel Rev. Curtis Downs and Rev. Ray Rosea officiating. We burial in Dogwood cemetery. Pallbearers will be his grandsons. Worlds Barley crop More than to per cent of the world Barley crop of three billion bushels is used for Beer making with one fourth of the . Crop being used for Ais purpose. Astrological forecast by Carroll Righter Mcnaught Syndicate inc to determine your forecast note paragraph opposite Date which includes your birthday. Monday general tendencies you have lots of new ideas which Are idealistic and complement your Long Range plans. They can soon operate to your advantage. A Good time to get into various avenues of expression you have not yet considered. Find a new Way to gain the Goodwill assistance of new associates. Aries mar. 21 to apr. 19 an Ideal Day to Start out on a trip and to make new friends and acquaintances. Listen to what a person of different experience to your own has to suggest. Avoid extravagance. Taurus apr. 20 to May 20 get out of that Dull routine and seek new avenues of expression that will be safer More satisfying and profitable. Show that you appreciate being financially secure. Do some studying i in the evening. Gemini May 21 to june 21 find out the True feelings of others toward you and How i much you think you can depend upon them in the future As to partnership matters. Listen to ideas of an associate even though they May be quite Dif Ferrent to your own. They could be Good. Moon children june 22 to july 21 Stop deliberating so much and delve right into the work ahead of you and get the right results. Use More patience in dealing with fellow workers. Be More Economy minded. Relax in a evening. Leo july 22 to aug. 21 Stop being in such a Lazy mood. This is a Good time to plan How to get ahead faster in business. Have a Good time this evening at the right recreations with friends. Being More affectionate with loved one is Wise. Virgo aug. 22 to sept. 22 j you have Fine ideas and need to cooperate via family More i to put them across successfully. If you Are More practical you j can Start an uptrend in All of your affairs. Forget pessimism. ? Libra sept. 23 to oct. 22 once your routine work is completed. Meet with partner and plan a More profitable future show efficiency. Done to forget to make out reports especially those connected with government. Scorpio oct. 23 to nov. 21 you have to be More practical if you want to make More Money in the future. Consult a businessman who is an expert and can give you excellent advice. The purpose of life is to achieve j do what you know How to do Best. Sagittarius nov. 22 to dec. 21 trying to please friends is the Best Way to get ahead now especially socially. State your finest ideas to toe right people and you gain their support for your attaining right results. Being Brief is Best. Capricorn dec. 22 to Jan. 20 consult with the experts and gain their admiration and Confidence. Follow their advice to the letter. If you relax More you find that others Are at ease also and you get right results. Aquarius Jan. 21 to feb. 19 you Are a gregarious person and can make this Quality pay off handsomely now As Well As bring More happiness your Way. Gain a favor of one who is socially expert so that you further that Fine plan you have. A void extravagance. Pisces feb. 20 to mar. 20 Analyse your True position in life and then gain the favor of bigwigs so that you can improve it quickly. Invest in appliances Aat make your work More efficient and easier. If your child is born today. He or she will to one of those delightful Young people who is not afraid to speak up and will have a Strong desire to know about persons and situations quite alien to own experience. Teach Early not to insult or Hurt others nor to be sarcastic in any Way. With this a Good life will be enjoyed by your rather gifted child. Being an example of Good Grace As parents will do much to help your progeny through life. Politics Are Fine Hert. 36 receive Bobcat pins presentation of the largest number of Bobcat pins Ever made in the history of Blytheville boy scout history highlighted the recent monthly meeting of club scout pack 223. The oldest cub scout pack in the Mississippi District and sponsored by american legion Dud Casion Post 24, the pack met at the legion hut on no. Second St. Thirty six boys received Abir Bobcat pins which made them officially cub scouts of America. They were Kevin Statler David Underwood Jerry Rounsaville Timmy Rounsaville Steven Pulley Charles Miller Charles Campbell Joe Whisenhunt Johnny Wisher Dan Hart. Wayne spor Isky Dennis Sullivan. Bret Stubblefield Dan Carpenter. Jimmy Bell Duane Harris Clint Milli vote for Sarah w. Hale mayor City of Blytheville general elec Tion a nov. 3, 1970 pol. paid for by Janice Grant Sec. As a practising physician at Blytheville for the past to years i have a suggestion for the improvement of the Good citizens of Mississippi county. _ every election i will appreciate your vote h. Ball m d candidate for state representative District 18 position 3 political Quot advertisement paid tor by e. H. Ball my. Can Denny Elliott Pat Haynes Larry Allen Larry Parks Terry Henson George Miller Phil lip Peel Steven Mcbride Charley Hill Jeffery Willard Mike Haynes Kelley Wilson Scott Bond Randy Finch and Gor j Dan Walker. Other awards presented were Wolf badges Lee Conley Mark i Saliba David Pinyon Butch Cooper Donner bars a Phillip Peel a David Goodman Rodney Riggs Pat Haynes Chris Wimberly assistant Denner bars Dennis Elliott Steve Pulley Damon Mcloed. And Jeff Hansard. Boys in the Rebelos Den receiving awards were Terry Henson. Bobby Harrison Kevin Mcmullin Bret Hooppaw David Pinyon Mike Statler Randy Smallwood. Steve Rounsaville. And Rodney hedge. There was a special award ceremony for Bobby Harrison As he received his flaming Arrow award the highest award in we Rebelos. New Den mothers receiving their badges were Patsy Henson Lois Harris Leona Wil a it a Shirley Jones Jan Statler Betty Riggs Evelyn Cooper Careen Miller Julie Campbell and Freda Hoggard. The attendance Banner was presented to Den one As the boys Weer Able to get More of their parents present at the pack meeting than any other. Den five was presented the Honor Banner for having the Best skit a ghost on fire the november pack meeting will be held on nov. 17 at the hut at 7 c s . There Are approximately 9,000 Golf courses in the United states. Harry w Haines. 1928-81harry a. Haines publisher. Privileges authorized at second class Mah Blytheville courier news Blytheville Ark 3rd at Walnut St Blytheville Ark published Dally except sunday. Second Cia postal paid at Blytheville Ark in Blytheville Anc town in the Blytheville Trade territory Home delivery rates 10c single copy $1 75 per month by mail payable in Advance within 50 Miles of Blytheville 812.00 per year than 50 Miles from Blythe Vule 821.00 per year services by Cobb funeral Home integrity mrs. Nina b. Sanders 2 ., saturday Cobb funeral Home Chapel. Shirley h. Rebstock 2 ., sunday Cobb funeral Home Chapel. Albert Payne. 2 ., monday Cobb funeral Home Chapel. To Blytheville voters please excuse my failure to see each of you personally during this Campaign. You know i am working to earn a living for my family and that there is not enough Lime to see every voter. Let me thank All of you now for the Confidence you have shown in me in the past by electing me your Alderman for 6 years. I have tried to serve Yon faithfully. With the experience i have gained i am confident i can serve you More efficiently in the future. I invite All people to vote for me and to support me in this race for Alderman and i thank you now. Fred Boyett elect Fred Boyett Alderman Ward 2 position 2 pol. paid for by Fred Boyett vote for x Bobby Garner Alderman Ward 5 a position i your vote and influence appreciated political a a advertisement paid for by Bobby Garner re elect or. Isl g Jerome Alderman Ward 4 position 2 a qualified a experienced a concerned your vote and support will be appreciated i am grateful for the Opportunity to work for All citizens of Blytheville and will continue to do so. Pol. paid for by Margaret Jerome tuesday is judgment Day. Ballot Marks the spot to update Arkansas in the lower right hand Corner initiated act no. I by petition an act to repeal the full Crew Laws for initiated act no. 1against initiated act no. 1ballot title a proposed act to repeal acts prescribing minimum numbers of employees to be used in the operation of trains. If its the last thing you do political and paid for by George t. Graham

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