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AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ,
THE ISSUANCE OF S1M.0M OK <
BONDS OF THE TOWN OF MUR
PHY FOB THE RECONSTRUC
TION, ENLARGEMENT AND
EXTENSION OF THE WATER
SUPPLY SYSTEM OF THE TOWN
BE IT ORDAINED by the Board
of Commissioners of the Town of
Murphy as follows :
Section 1. The Board of Com
missioners of the Town of Murphy,
has ascertained and hereby deter
mines that it is necessary that
said Town reconstruct, enlarge
and extend the water supply sys
tem maintained by the Town to
provide a supply of water for the
Town and Its Inhabitants, and ac
quire the land or rights in land,
furnishings, equipment, machinery
or apparatus constituting a part of
said improvements or properties at
the time of such reconstruction,
enlargement and extension, and
that it will be necessary to expend
for said purpose not less than
Section 2. Said Board of Com
missioners has also ascertained
and hereby determines that the j
purpose hereinbefore described is (
a necessary expense of said Town
within the meaning of Section 7
of Article VII of the Constitution of
North Carolina, and is a purpose
for which said Town may raise or
appropriate money, and is not a
c urrent expense of said Town.
Section 3. In order to raise the
money required for such purpose,
bonds of the Town are hereby au
thorized and shall be issued pur
suant to The Municipal Finance
Act. 1921, of North Carolina. The
maximum aggregate amount of
bonds authorized by this ordinance
shall be One Hundred and Ninety
Thousand Dollars ($190,000).
Section 4. A tax sufficient to
pay the principal of and interest
on said bonds shall be annually
levied and collected.
Section 5. A statement of the
debt of said Town has been filed
with the Town Clerk and Treasurer
of said Town, as required by said
Act, and is open to public inspec
Section 6. This ordinance "Shall
take effect when approved by the
voters of said Town at an election
to be called and held as provided
in said Act
The foregoing bond ordinance
was passed on the 5th day of July,
1955 and was first published on the
14th day of July, 1955.
Any action or proceeding ques
tioning the validity of said ordin
ance must be commenced within
thirty days after its first publica
S/ Charles E. Johnson |
Town Clerk and Treasurer of the I
Town of Murphy, North Carolina. 1
N. O. FORESTS
The NoMi Car&lna National For
eats are comprised of the Croatan
National Forest on the coast, the
Uwharrle Purchase Unit in the
Piedmont and the Pisgah and Nan
tahala National Forests in the
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY TO THE LOCAL
. FOB APPROVAL OF BONDS ..
NOTICE U hereby given of Inten
tion of the undersigned to file ap
plication with the Local Govern
ment Commission, Raleigh, North
Carolina, for its approval of the is
suance of the following proposed
bonds of the Town of Murphy,
which bonds shall be subject to ap
proval of the voters of said Town
at an election :
$190,000 of bonds for the purpose
of reconstructing, enlarging and
extending the water supply syB
tem maintained by the Town to |
provide a supply of water for the
town and its inhabitants and the :
acquisition of the land or rights .
in land, furnishings, equipment |
or apparatus constituting a part
of such improvements at the I
time of said reconstruction, en- ?
largement and extension.
This notice was published on the
14 day of July. 1955. Any citizen or
taxpayer objecting to the issuance
of all or any of said bonds may
file with the Local Government
Commission a verified statement
setting forth his objection as pro
vided in Section 159-7.1 of the Gen
eral Statutes of North Carolina, in
which event he shall also file a
copy of such statement with the
undersigned, at any time .within
ten days from and after such first
publication. A copy of this notice
must be attached to the statement
so filed. Objections set forth in said
statement shall be for considera
tion by said Commission in its de
termination of whether or not it
may hold a public hearing as pro
vided by law on the matter of is
J. R. Marr, 74
Dies After Dlness
I James Robert Marr, T4, a retired
'chef, died at 10 a. m. Thursday,
July T, in a Murphy hospital after
a brief illness.
Funeral services were held in
Ivle's Funeral Chapal at Hayes
ville at Hayesville at 2 p. m. Fri
) The Rev. L. Adams officiated
'and burial was in Alta Vista Cem
etery, Gainesville, Ga.
Marr was a native of Clay Coun
ty, the son of the late Joe and
Mary Killian Marr.
He attended school in Clay
County mnd served as a cook at
Young Harris College, Young Har
ris, Ga., for 10 years.
He also served as a cooking in- ,
structor at Fort Bragg, N. C. for
a number of years. In later years
he had lived in Tennessee and
He is survived by one son, Wil
liam C. Marr of Oak Ridge, Tenn. ;
three daughters, Mrs. James L.
Glenn of Knoxville, and Mrs.
James E. Collins and Mrs. 'i'ed
Ruff of Jacwsonville, Fla. ; six
I suance of said bonds.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
THE TOWN OF MURPHY,
By Charles E. Johnson
52-2tc Town Clerk and Treasurer
<4 CA*fiPlT Qj
CARE TO SAMBA?
Mention the word "samba" and
while several people will immediate
ly think o( the popular South Amer
ican dance, the thoughts of confirmed
card players turn to one of the most
exciting Canasta variations.
s. cards enthu
? there are
k some sifniB
vuwc* uciwecn me iwg k?iucs vui
these are easily mastered. The basic
difference between the two fames is
that in Samba, unlike Canasta, se
quence melds (or "Sambas") are le
gal and even earn a bonus of 1,500
points. A "sequence" is a meld of ex
actly seven cards in the same suit
in order, such as king to seven.
These sequence melds are actually
canastas so, of course, they may be
counted as one of the two canastas
needed before you can go out in
Samba. ? ? j
There Is one minor point In Samba
for the beginner to remember. In
Samba no meld may have more than
two wild cards while In Canasta a
meld may contain up to three wild
cards. Also, In Samba you regularly
draw two cards from the .stock but
discard only one.
Another feature peculiar to Samba
is that a player must always hold
at least two matching cards to take
the discard pile. In- Canasta. you'U
remember, all that Is required to
take the unfrozen discard pack Is a
combination of one matching card
and one wild card.
But the biggest differences between
the two games is that Samba uses
three decks of cards against Canas
ta's two. allows tor higher scoring,
and Is generally a more exciting game
due to its wider melding opportuni
ties. Two players at Samba find that
It does not tend to be so one-sided
as two-hand Canasta and six players
have discovered that the three packs
gives everyone mora turns.
If you have never played Srmba .
and would like to learn this exciting
game, there's a small, six-page leaf
let which explains tt in detail and
whlc'AJTiay be obtained free of charge
by sending a stamped, self -addressed
envelope to Playing Cards, 420 Lex
ington Avenue. New York IT, N. Y.
| The West Liberty Youth for
I Christ will hold its second annual
Grandchildren; one brother Arthur
Marr of Hayesvllle; and three sls
' ten, Mrs. Bertha Patterson, Mrs.
' Bud Ashe, of Hayesvllle and Mrs.
' Callle Hooper of Gainesville, Ga.
picnic at Vogel State Park Friday,
' July IS. The recreational period .
' will begin at 5 30 p. m. with supper I
at 7 p. m. Everyone in West Lib- 1
erty Association is invited to at- 1
tend and bring a picnic supper.
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Murphy, N. C.
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keeps silage green, sweet, and
high in food value. Last year
hundreds of farmers used bisul
fite-treated silage with amazing
success. "Best silage I ever
made," said one. "We haven't
found anyone who doesn't like
it," said a county agent. "STA
FRESH" is low-cost, easy-to-use.
Cows prefer silage made with it.
(See them helping themselves in
photo at right.) We carry General
Chemical's "STA- FRESH" in 80
lb. bags (treats 10 tons of silage).
See us* today .
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TOWN COUNCIL WRITES LETTER TO THE PUBLIC
CITIZENS & TAXPAYERS
We wish to advise all residents of the Town of Murphy that we have been assured by our Auditors and the Local Government Commission that a tax increase will
NOT be necessary for the financing of the new water system proposed for Murphy. The water bond issue, which you will vote upon later this summer, in the amount of
$190,000.00 can be repaid at the rate of $23,000.00 per year. This amount can and will be raised under the present tax structure and no increase in the tax rate will be nec
In the Bond Ordinance, printed elsewhere on this page of the papa*, you will note Section 4 provides that a tax sufficient to pay off the bond issue may be assessed and
levied. This provision is necessary because without it the people who buy our bonds would have no way to rely upcn our credit and our ability to pay. The law requires that
this Section 4 be included in the bond ordinance. However, we assure you that no fax increase is now or will in the future be necessary for the re-payment of these bonds.
We have labored hard and long before making the decision to ask you to support a new water system. We have had technical surveys carried out by the State Board of
Health regarding our water, and they advise us that the present water we are drinking and allowing our children to drink is sub-standard in purity; that until we have a
complete new water purification plant there is danger of disease.
It is our hope that you will help us with this improvement of our Town. The Bond election date will be set in the near future, and we ask each of you to vote for the
new water system and the bond issue necessary to it. \> v \ \\.\
LL MASON, MAYOR
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W. A. Singleton
George Dyer , '
R.M. White ^ J|
MEMBERS TOWN COUNCIL