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*ji ' i *"'"'•». * T'A ft, H A 5 M » , fli WASNWMIMf tlNI*^ M4 PrtnlfcW « ***** <l«s motor at the « Hep«..Art«msds, urxtar tt* 61 March f tf-.s...-.^ ...«.> -i- .. -J (APJ—M*an» Assdehrted Press N«wsttot»f ••*• (Atwoy* Payoble in B» dty tarrier, p<* **«k 15e; , Nevada, Howard, Miller ana tawrtSr$3.50 p«r year; else- •f TIM Ano«lot«d PT*M: 'The *MCciat«d Press u exclusively entitled to HM us* -for wpobltartlon of oil news dls- detthtt credited to n of not otherwise eMtttod tfi this popw and also the local •^t*ffH published herein. ?t<• " M*- i. ••—••—— ••—- •je»»e»eirtotr»e— ffitt.VtriMMM ftattlw, Int.: M2r>P. his Au T u?t fV Wwftrk Bulldinfl; Chlcaoo, 400 North Mich- l?Je^etrou! Witch., 2841 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City. 414 Terminal IBdg.; New 722 Union St.. - t -iiW* '"•- "Hold Everything i Combined -'• V° ° d S^ok-of-the-Monlh - THFdFFICI At RICORDS ILLUSTRATIONS BY WILLIAM SHAW "We're lucky, Homer—this article reveals the menace of occupational diseases!" The first school of veterinary medicine, was established in Lyons, France, in 1761.4 SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith CMital Dtli.m Ovni Htavy A.A. Oum llgMA.A.Ouni ; ' •• MatklMOunPMN ewilEt I Dieppe, where the Commandos tested their mettle. T HE supreme test of the Commandos came at Dieppe, where Canadians and United States Rangers joined the British in a daring assault on one of the strongest-held Nazi points on the English Channel. In the Spring of 1942 the British were unable to concentrate enough troops and shipping for a full-scale invasion of the continent, and the Dieppe raid was planned as a "reconnaissance in force." Its chief objectives •were to provide the Allied General Staffs with information concerning the Nazi defenses. This strength must be tested at the point of the bayonet if the problem of invasion of Europe is to be solved Dieppe was chosen because it has a harbor used by the Germans as a port of call for coastwise convoys, and to put tlie port, out of commission would hamper the movements of vital supplies. There were important ammunition, gasoline and food concentrations there, and it was a paint of distribution for troops and materiel. A daylight attack would bring out Gocring's Luftwaffe, which had failed to respond to repeated challenges by British air force raids, At that time Goering had his hands full on the Russian front, and heavy losses over France would have compelled him to move bombers and fighters from _ Headlands heavily guarded .. * East to West, lightening the burden of the Red army._ Planners of the raid were confronted with two immense difficulties from the start. From Cape Gris Nez in the North, to the River Saanc in the South, the headland had been well named the Iron Coast. Nearly all of it is made up of high, unscalable cliffs, broken here and there by narrow clefts or the mouths of the rivers. The chief of these breaks is the Arqucs, on which the town and harbor of Dieppe arc built. Here the gap is about n mile wide. At the foot of the cliffs are stony and inhospitable beaches, difficult to land on because of the JiUiillJC 13 IV tJ\r av/ivvw* »itnw *.x/»n^*«.««--« ----.. — ---- . — o t Drawings copyrlcht, 1943, by King Features Syndlcat., Inc!" Text copyrlcht, 1943, by H. M. Stationery Om«; Distributed in conjunction with the MacMlllan Co. and the Book-ot-lhe-Monlh Club. Inc. By guns of all kinds. rocks in the sea bed and the steep angle of the sh'ore, The clefts behind the beaches are narrow and easily defended, the beaches themselves open to deadly machine gun and tnortar (ire. Men moving up to the attack are nt the mercy of emplacements on the cliff tops and in caves. To these natural obstacles the Germans had added big coast defense batteries which must be destroyed before ships could carry the raiders in and act as support, Thr.ce batteries of 5.9-inch coast defense guns thus became the first objective of the Commandos. (Tomorrow: How the Commandos made ready [or the Dieppe raid.). t * * M-JM: N«w Licenses Must Book , v *v i "* ' *f* l S*^^ By J. R. Williams OUT )UR WAY JJRTBC>ARJPTNG HOUSE with Major Hoople HeslbMBirge FUNNY BUSINES GOOD SUFFRIM (3CSH, 1 THERE VOL.' G THIS IS A SWELL fRIP WIT!-* VOU ALONG.' WHLJT IF A Err SHOULD JUMP UP MOW '. CAREFUL HO\V ME MOW ~TH' WHY DOES A RABBIT WIGGLE HIS KIOSE STIPPA HIS TAIL? NO. NO RIDDLE..' JIS AGKIKJ eSAD.BOVS/DlDSOU HEAR A VJEIRD NOISE. LfXST UKB THEr CHATTERING OF A I LA.DGHED IT OFF.' BUT PvNS BLW^KET OF MORE IN HOUSEFUL OF •THlN I REM.UV GLBEP THE FROST /WE:/ PROM BARTER'S IT WOKE TWICE ' OF C.MORE " / at*. C0«t 1*»VIY llfi SWVICE. INC. 't: fc. K&.1C O* /v^ 11-19 con.i&i'BY^ASERVIC'I.'INC.'T.'M/IJC'G'.'U.s.PAT.OFF'. , "Here's 50 cents to play pinochle with on the way home Jonigtit, dear-r-don't yovLdare_open your pay envelope 1 ." Why not? I'm always lending money to the boys! By Walt Disney Life's Like That! Donald Duck By Leslie Turnei Angels of Darkness CZ3CT cuq iLE NI6HTR6HTERS WAIT VS/AT AW AUITUD5 AS0VE THAT OP THE EXPECTED ATTACK... ANP POUNCE FURIOUSLY OUT OP THE HUJW OMTO THE SPOT- LI6HTEP RELAYS ' Of 8HIUUANT .S6ARCHUSHT 9EAMS ; follow THE NAH "KM0CRSALON6 THEIR FLIGHT PATH AS APPROACH TARGET... COPR..1943 BY NE« SERVICE'. INC. T. M. REG. U. 3. PA Thimble Theater "Gangway!" By Fred Harmon VA BUND OR. SUMPIN'?ONE GREASE,-\E TOO CLEAN IF (AE. GET DIRTY, f\E FEEL f\ORE SETTER! CA^PY SICK, BUT CArt'T - 1.E1 RED EIDER. KNOW I»\Y REWARD ('WET WE FOUND/ LOOK TIRED •. LITTLE BEAVER.---RECKON YOU'RE HUNGRY •> BUT HERE'S TH' RANCH-- VOE'RE HOfAE/ I'LL HUSTLE UP .SONE <SRU&- YOU TAKE THIS e\CK—\T=> SOME NEVO AXLE GREA.SE-: SIDE-WER "FOfJLH I KMEtU LUHERETO FIWO MORE- -SEADUST- WE FIGGERS AT WOULD -SNAP SUUEE'PEA OUTA HI^TAUUIWVUUS'JT^*. CHINESE <L)HICH -I ' ,T ff-:.. '-' K1NNOT -"v=* MEMBER OF L IPOPEYE'SP- FAMILY Cop'. I9« King Feirurci Synfale. Im WmlJ rif.l. By Edaar Martin •o9ts and Her Buddies By V. T. Homlin LISTEN YOU WHOEVER.^ '• W *•-•«—'X^,, / TVE HAD EMOUGH OF.. ' YOU AEE.' IF YOU /MY OMLY INTEREST"" 1 , THIS i»,ONKEY BUSINESS) WAWTA TALK T'ME f\S> IN THE SVOOEO YOUR X IF YOU WAUT THIS THERE IT IS AGAIN.'.' MOW VJHAT TH'... p IN) A STRAWGE,DREAIZY L*MD OF FIEBCE S -..^IJX T , VJARE|ORS;OUR HERO, CONDUCTED TO A JoSlfvJjFPp HIDDEM CITY, IS WOW IM A HUGE } '£" wcl - c WAWTA TALK T ME f \S> IN THt 6WOKU YC>UK \ it- vt->u w^w i i ni=> YOU'LL HAFTA COME / ALIEM HAMDS HAVE I SWOED, COME OUT AM ™ IT i.itjcrse. T r /^kv \ riccit c^rs t Dl ftw/~C: IT *V .^.I-T IT. 1C Vnij DE WHEKE I CAM > PEFILED.' PLACE IT SEE YOU.' *^L ONJ THE STOME ROOM.EMPTY EXCEPT/^Xp ^^0 \ c/-\n ft. nvciFN\" «, I-\CK.C; r^t-'K. ! SENSELESS AND DEPART' TALK,..DO AS •YOU WILL BE BIDDEN.., TH' IDEA? WHERE ARE YOU ? By Chic Young Draw Up a Couple of Easy Chairs! Freckles and HU Friendi I TMIMK ITS NICER TQ DO BUSINESS WITH A MAM RIGHT IN HIS OWN HOME, < DOMT YOU PANTING IT WITH? -NUTTY SAID „ you DOUBLED UP WITH LAUeHTER.OOU&Lg LJPWITM 6QNOS/' IS Me CHARGING THEM TO LEAVE? 1 WOMOCR^ I PONT HOW MAMV j KMOW ROMPS \NE/ YET—SOLD? r NUTTY GOT owuu "V TH e PEOPLE COKAING AND UAMP-BLACK— ITlL WASH OFF By H6PE StAR, H ARKANSAS Little Rock, Nov. 27 —(/I 1 )— Mo- f torists purchasing 1044 stale auto- i. mobile license plates must have ',<(,• ;thcir new tag numbers recorded on «' '.their gasoline ration books to keep it I ; wClr coupons valid, the state Of- i« . fico of Price Administration says. The Revenue Department's li- tense t:ij,' division will record the new numbers on the ration books when: 1044 lays are purchased. Mo- lyrists who have already bought their, plntes and have not had their license numbers changed may •Vinve' the new numbers ratified at county ration board. Agree on Plan for .Miller Co. Pool •v '•*,-• ;. •••••Texarkuiui, Nov. '2' —(/I 1 )— Di- 'itecUi'r Alec Crowell of the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission says the state body and the Petroleum Administration for War (PAWi have agreed on a plan for development of the new combination oil and j^is field, in Miller county. , Dulling material for the new field will be allocated by tbe PAW on Hie basis of one dually completed well to each ICO acres, ox- icept for fractional sections. The discovery well in the new field was N. H. Wholcss' Wislnger No. 1 in section 9-20-27. Old Coins Collected Texan in Haiti Porl-Au-Princc, Haiti (/P)—Hai- i lalns distrust them nnd even the i Americans think they are funny I money, and so Mem. Luis Roy is perforce becoming a colector ot ancient United States coins. Mem. Roy, former Texan who is wife of a Malta in army flier, owns one of Port - an - Prince's hotels, where American money, new and old flows. "They may be worth something as collector's items," she says of her ancient dimes, nickels, half follars and dollars dating from 1835 on up, "but we can't even find Americans interested in accepting them as change." Americans think the bartender is pulling a fust one if he slips them a quarter dated in the 'GO's. Local superstition makes Haitains dis- • trust cither new or shiny money. Their own coins arc of dull nickel. Ordnance Flashes One large Army Ordnance plant has 120 miles of railroads, or enough to service a city of 100.000 people. In a vast training camp somewhere in eastern India, thousands of. C h i n e s c troops are being trained in the use of United States Army Ordnance rifles, guns ..and Howiters. ' ' One of the most unusual of the thorougH and rigid tests" which are given to ammunition in Army Orcl- 1 nance plants is the "clunk" test. Representative lots of ammunition are submerged in svater for 24 hours. From there they are wiped and placed in a constant-temperature box to establish uniformity of temperature. As the final "proof of Hit' pudding" they are test-fired for accuracy and surety of performance. Tox List STATE Of ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF HKMPSTEAD—ss: I, Frank ,1. Hill, Sheriff nnd Collector-of Hempstead County, Arkansas, do hereby certify thnl the foregoing/ is n true and compared list tif' all persons, firms and corporations whose personal taxes wore not paid within the time prescribed by law, and the same arc hereby returned delinquent, for the taxes of the year of 1042. FRANK J. HILL, Sheriff and Collector of Hempstead County, Arkansas. Subscribed and sworn to before >no on this llth day of November, I04H. . (SKAL) LEO RAY, County and Probate Clerk of Hempstead County, Arkansas. 13 Working in an experimental station and .on the beaches of England, picked Army Ordnance soldiers are Name of Owner Js £ H Hope, Ward 1 Township of De Roan Allbrlfiht, Mrs. J. E. .'.... 2f> Andres, John Ashby, J. VV. Baker. Hoxie Bass, Arthur M Becker, L. C. Brass Rail Bar Bray. /Ella Oridcwell, Mrs. Effie . Bridewell, W. K. Budd. Edward C. Bully's Bar Calvin, Mrs. Hermon Cannon, Mrs. Blanch Cai'Kilc. Willard ., '. Cassidy, J. E. Corley. Mrs. .T. W Cox. G. L Cox, .1. K Criner, J. C. ' Elliott, H. ,11. Erwin. J. W. Store Fink, A. S Franklin, Lola Gates, Charlie Gilbert, Glen Gray, A. T. Hairston, C. M Hargis, W. M Haynie, F. V .-... Henderson, R. E Hope Creamery Hope Printing Co Hotel Roosevelt House, George Huddleston, G. H Jackson, Laura James, W. F Johnson, Roy (Col) .... Johnson. A. L Johnson, Clarence Johnson, Carter Jones, Luther Jones, George Kay's Jewelry Store Kennedy, J. A. King, Lougenc Kinsey, S. A Liiutcrback, Mrs. C. D. Lewis, C. M Lloyd, O. -F , ,... McFaddin, Claude McGill, Leroy McLemore, Harry o c H McRae, Dorsey Jr. Merchant, W. D. Mitchell, B. F. Mitchell, Ben Montgomery, E. H. Moxley, Eva Mae Nelson, John Noble, Lula Noble, Frank : Norwood, Gulhrie Norwood, Marshall .... Owens, Mrs. Thelma Palmer, G. G Patrick Barbequc .... Pcrkinson, Jewelry Perkinson, T. S Provine, J. A Recce's Market Roberson, S. R Rooks, A. J. , ! Russell. C. A .'..'.' Siindefur. Nancy Sherlock, Mrs. Edith Shiill. H. T Smith, W. M South Ark. Imp. Co. Stuart, E. C. Thn(nas, Mazie Thomasson, Dayton ... Unique Cafe .-. j Waddle, George . Walker. Julia .... Walker. J. W ! Wa.-rcn.' Mrs. W. I jWi-hb, Irene B 'Williams. J. W. Wilson, Paralee 50 fit) 140 2f> 11).") If)!) no 2<)0 200 200 150 100 SO 170 1'2S 30 20 2(50 23 :« 200 2U5 25 20 110 25 1HO 25 100 200 775 200 500 25 . 85 10 100 . 25 . 115 20 340 . 40 50 . 850 SO . 40 20 440 100 70 25 . 20 50 1.34 2.411 C.82 1.34 5.00 7.04 2.-Hi Ki.43 9.33 0.33 7.04 4.7(i 2.4H 7.95 5.91 1.56 1.11 12.07 1.34 1.79 9^33 13.21 1.34 1.11 5 22 1.34 8.42 1.34 4.70 9.33 35.51) 9.33 23.02 1.34 4.08 .05 4.78 1.34 5.45 1.11 15.72 2.03 2.48 39.00 2.48 2.03 1.11 20.29 4.78 3.39 1.34 1.11 2.48 275 150 350 20 510 145 .. 70 ... 20 ... 20 ... 25 ... 25 ... 50 ... 155 ... 150 .. 800 .. 220 .. 100 . 300 . 50 .. 05 . 25 . 20 .. 25 . 200 .. 70 1300 . 20 25 . 50 . 300 150 20 . 35 . 50 20 105 .. 20 Hope, Ward 2 Township of De Roan 2.48 Alexander, K. S. teaming up with combat troops to perfect the most effective techniques for landing' assault equipment on enemy shores and fur its recovery and repair if crippled. Explosives are pouring from Army Ordnance plants at the rate of more than 7 pounds per U.S. soldier per clay. . .,. Bougainville, largest of the Solomons, offers a contrast of swamps and mountains, some of which arc 10,000 feet high. Natives, once cannibals, were employed on coconut plantations in pre-war days. Other exports arc shells and nuts. Some gold has been found near Kicto. ? »GUNAHU Barber. Gus.sio B:inie.s, C. J. Bi'zirden. Hugh Uimkcr, Ed Brewer, Horace IJrosiu.s, T. D Bnithcrlort. C. G HrummeU, Ivis Chamber, Barney CM-irl,-. C,. C CI(>:•£--. .7no Cobb. James Comv'uy, .1. S Compton. Leo Davis, Preston .. Dodson. E. E Hudson, Sid Doi-rnan, Garvin Dorman, E. W Dorman, Mulvin Elkins, Hugo Erwin, J. A Field, Talbot Jr GiiiTcll, Ware Green. Exic Halbort, R. W Harden, Walter Harris'.'' Elery Hiiyncs, Chas Jr. Hinlde ,Cagc Hutson, Mrs. Wash Johnson, Elner Johnson, Samuel Jones. Carl B Jones, R. M Rpuben, Lcnsy l..oU'e. John B May, Elbert Jr. Merrymon, Lena Henry Muticy, E. II Nix, Olan Ostecn. J. H Payne, T. F. Phillips, Mrs. Clyde Price, Mrs. Claudie Purtell, Olen Presley, C. B Ratcliff, Bob Ridsdill. Ernest C Rogers, Joe Sandlin, J. E Simpson, S. H Smith, Mattie V Taylor, Roy Thomasson, W. H Tucker, C Wiggins, Mrs. Foster .... Witherspoon, King 350 25 30 50 10 20 25 235 300 145 50 35 20 375 500 25 40 100 75 25 75 200 50 200 . 50 . 25 190 25 GO 1GO 25 . 50 20 . 20 . GO . 105 . 230 230 215 . 120 . 90 . 25 . 205 50 . 50 . 50 . 205 . 100 . 25 . GO . 75 . 155 75 . 15 300 50 200 25 20 Hope, Ward 3 Township of De Roan Berberick, Joe Berry, R. L Boyvdin, Dan S Bright, Ella Mrs Carrigan, lillen Downs, F. L Huntley, Mrs. S. F Martindale, Dr. Jim ... McPherson.C. L Mullins. G. S Neal, W. T Nolan. F. E Perkins, J. W Pry, Earl S Hitliardson, Earl Taulbee, Joe W Thomas, Frank B Thompson, Mrs. D. B. Wylie, Nallon 20 140 35 5(1 1115 190 50 910 85 110 25 400 35 140 20 75 15 390 300 •4UMANUMA' ' G«*e//e Hrbor. .TORKO KACURUEI MOtl-APT ^ ^ Tono'e' Harbor' SHORTLAND BALLAtt - -.- •.-, PORORANl? '' f AUflO MONO STIRLING TREASURY IS. gf Hope, Ward 4 Township of De Roan Bailey,' W. E. 50 Baker, Fcrrell 420 Beck, 'Roy 190 Bunion, Curtis 20 Bourne, W. H 240 Broening, Sallie 330 Buchanan, Shirey 25 Cannon, Reece 105 Carrigan, Mattie Allen .... 20 Clark, Frank C 15 Cobb, Homer 1G5 Conway, Charlie 50 Cook, C. S 25 Cook, Raleigh 20 Coope, Elizabeth 50 Cox, Connie 25 Deloney, David 20 Eason, Mrs. Mildred 145 Edd, Henry 95 Eddie, Paul 140 Ellis, Anthony 20 Forbies, T. F :... 25 Gamble, Clinnie 30 Gamble, Lee 25 Graves, L. R 230 Gray, H. J 150 Green, Tom 20 Green, Jack 20 Gulley. Carson 25 Hall, Martha 20 Hamill, J. E 340 Hanney, Ed :.... 35 Harris, Emma 20 Haynes. Hazel 25 Hondrix, C. 20 Hill. Margaret Reed 20 Holmes, Willie 25 Holmes, Kelly 20 llornaday, Denver 130 .lube, Sarah S :. . 25 Jones, William 20 Joshua, Perry 20 Kirk, Mrs. Mable E 50 Lindsey. Junior 25 Linker, 11. D 250 Lloyd, Sarah 25 Logan. George 25 Lo).;:m, Gus 25 Laudermilk, Luc-ions 30 MeFadclin, Jesse 20 IVTeFaddin, Minnie 20 McFadUin, Eliza 20 12.75 7.04 lfl.17 1.11 23.48 0.82 3.39 1.11 1.11 1.34 1.34 2,48 7.27 7.04 35.02 10.24 4.78 13.89 2.48 4.!53 1.34 1.11 1.34 12.07 3.39 59.54 1.11 1.34 2.4(1 13.89 7.04 1.11 1.79 2.4B 1.11 5.00 1.11 1G.17 1.34 1.50 2.48 .05 1.11 1.34 10.92 13.80 8.82 2.48 1.79 1.11 17.32 23.02 1.34 2.03 4.78 3.G2 1.34 4.78 9.33 2.48 9.33 2.48 1.34 8.87 1.34 2.94 7.50 1.34 2.48 1.11 1.11 2.94 5.00 10. G9 10.09 10.01 5.08 4.30 1.34 9.5G 2.48 2.48 2.48 9.56 4.78 1.34 2.94 4.78 7.27 4.78 .88 13.89 2.48 8.33 1.34 1.11 1.11 0.59 1.79 2.48 8.05 H.H7 2.48 41.74 4.08 5.22 1 1.34 18.46 1.79 6.59 1.11 4.78 .88 18.00 13.89 2.48 19.37 8.87 • 1.11 11.16 15.26 1.34 5.00 1.11 .88 7.73 2.48 1.34 l.jl 2.48 1.34 1.11 6.82 4.53 6.59 1.11 1.34 1.56 1.34 10.69 7.04 1.11 1.11 1.34 1.11 15.72 1.79 1.11 1.34 1.11 1.11 1.34 •1.11 6.13 1.34 1.11 1.11 2.48 1.34 11.61 1.34 1.34 1.34 1.50 1.11 1.11 1.11 BONDS OVt* Under the white dome of the Bahai House of Worship at Wilmette, Illinois, people worship in the faith of a Persian teacher who recognized such prophets as Buddha, Zoroaster, Moses, Jesus, Moham Religious Freedom Keep On Backing the Attack With War Bonds Before Hitler many creeds lived peacefully in Europe, but under the Black Swastika, brother fights brother, there is only a living hell and only might prevails. McFaddin, Clem McGce, J. L Moore, Virgus Moss, Isabel! Muldrow, Henry Muldrow, Will Lex .... O'Dwycr, B Paxlon, Mary Perkins, Mary Phillips, Clarence Phillips, Mrs. Bell .... Phillips, Lurice Pondcxler, Enoch .... Raleliff, Lum Scales, Arthur .. . . Shaw, Ella Simpson, Timothy .... Smith, George Sommerville. Henry Stroud, Jim Stuart, Tom Stuanl, David Stuart, Knurl Sullivan, Jack Sutton, Andrew Taylor, Clarence ' Taylor, Sam Tellcnglon, Frank ... Turner, Robert Walker, Jess Ward, Ernest West, Allic White, J. C William, Dennis William, John Williams, Fairell Witherspoon. Sallie . Hope Spec! Township of De Arrington, Van Barkam, Warren S. .... Beardcn, Dewoy . Bell, Eurall Bostic, Charley Boozer, James Bowles, L. C Breeding, J. H Brittian, Roy C. ^y. Brown, Henry Broadway Tour Co Byers.O. F." Caldwell, L. R Galloway, T. C. Camp G. W Chambers, Luther Chambless, Add Crawford, A. W Cross, Charlie Gushing, O. R Flenoy, Frank Gilbert, Mrs. Minnie .... Gray, W. A Green, Mary ....: Green, H. B Griffin, George Halliburton, Ira Holmes, Cecil , Huffman, Floycl Husky, Wade Jackson, T. J Jones, Tom Landers, J. N Lloyd, Oliver Lockard, H. E Long, Robt. P Luck, Tourist Court Mar-tin, Clint McAlur, Brutus McDonald, Pearl McFaddin, Otis McFaddin, Margaret . McMullin, Rena Marrisson, Everett ... Owen, Sam Palmore, Vlish Palmore, Clarence ... Paskcr, Jim Pierce, L. H. Putman, T. O Recce, H. G Rogers, Florence Smith, Lewis Stuart, Charlie Still, Jewell Stuart, Sylvia Thomas, Roy Thomas, L. M Tiffin, E. G Tyler, C. B Valentine, Luther West, Mrs. Minnie Williams, Agee Wright, Lonnie Wright, Jim Yeager, M. H 50 20 45 20 ' 40 25 120 20 20 25 70 20 25 155 25 50 20 20 450 210 35 20 70 100 15 135 100 50 20 35 25 20 25 25 15 25 20 al Roan 25 .... 150 50 25 115 20 85 55 75 20 100 70 145 20 25 25 30 40 40 850 30 30 180 20 45 140 130 25 .... 350 ... 25 .... 30 .... 170 .... 130 .... 105 .... 100 25 .... 500 .... 210 .... 310 ... 35 .... 25 .... 20 .... 25 .... 76 .... 205 .... 20 .... 20 .... 25 .... 40 .... 325 .... 325 .... 15 ... 20 .... 55 .... 70 ... 90 .... 25 .... 305 .... 55 .... 90 .... 55 .... 35 .... 25 .... 35 .... 115 ... 40 Washington Township of Betton, Mose Currie, J. H Dixon, Floyd Hopson, Bob Langston, Lula Mitchell, Willie Samuels, Dewey Williams, W. W. Anderson, Frank Archer, Octar Deloney. W. A Dixon, Hugh Finley, James Frierson, Pink Graham, Hillery Johnson, Rogers Martin, Gip Nelson, C. A Ogclen, Willie Wade, Charlie Williamson, L. W. Corp. Ozan 50 25 05 10 25 20 20 20 20 20 55 105 40 70 150 40 130 45 20 105 175 2.48 1.11 2.2G 1.11 2.03 1.34 5.08 1.11 1.11 1.34 3.30 1.11 1.34 7.27 1.34 2.48 1.11 1.11 20.74 9.78 1.79 1.11 3.39 4.76 .88 G.36 4.76 2.48 1.11 1.79 1.34 1.11 1.34 1.34 .88 1.34J 1.11 1.20 6.22 2.20 1.20 4.82 1.00 3.61 2,41 3.21 1.00 4.21 3.00 0.02 1.00 1.20 1.20 1.40 1.81 1.81 34.32 1.40 1.40 7.43 1.00 2.00 5.82 5.41 1.20 14.25 1.20 1.40 7.02 5.41 4.41 4.21 1.20 20.27 8.03 12.64 1.61 1.20 1.00 1.20 3.00 8.43 1.00 1.00 1.20 1.81 13.25 13.25 .80 1.00 2.41 3.00 3.81 1.20 14.85 2.41 3.81 2.41 1.61 1.20 1.01 5.50 1.81 Morion. Lex O'Dell, J. L !.. Shaver, Mrs. J. L. Walker, Nancy Wilson, Mrs. H. P. Bolclen, Bon Hawthorn, Marion Howard. Edwards Jones, Sim McNalt, H. A Smith, G. C. Wtildcn, Otis Yarbrough, Don ... 25 85 25 15 25 30 05 25 20 145 140 50 190 Ozan Corp. Township of Ozan Green, Morris A 25 Nelson, Veil 25 Stuart. Oza 40 Walker, Harry 45 Walker, E. F 400 Wyatt. Rick '. 55 Blevins Corp. Township of Ozan Alston, E. R 115 Bingham, Joe Brown, Harvey L. Dye, Albert Morris, D. A White, Lester 25 115 25 100 40 McCaskill Corp. Township of Ozan Balch, Walter 40 1.34 4.08 1.34 .88 1.34 1.40 2.81 1.20 1.00 0.02 5.82 2.20 7.82 1.20 1.20 • 1.81 2.00 17.06 2.41 5.45 1.34 5.45 1.34 4.70 2.03 2.03 Daniel. W. B. Donaldson, S. English. Hayward Goodrum, W. L. Griffith, P. O. Hawkins, H. A Hipp and Pope Hooker, J. H. Humphrey, W. H. ...'..'.'.". Ilulson, Coy L Jackson, O. I., Jones, Lee R King, Mrs. Josie King, Roy Kirkpatrick, Ed Kinsey, J. A Kyle. S. H Lively, Buster McFaddin, Pearl McLnrly, Glen Medlock, Lelton Moses, J. J Murphy, James A Nelson, William Nelson, Joe Piggce, Dave Ray, J. E •. . Reed, J. R Ross, T. A Sharp, Hollis Thompson, Floyd Tollett, Leroy ' Walker. Ned ! Walker, Elrnorc Witherspoon, Cantrall Worley, R. C 150 285 25 10 40 ... 140 ... 100 ... 200 ... 95 ... 35 ... 10 ... 205 ... 95 ... 20 '... 30 ... 10 ... 160 ... 30 ... 25 ... 115 .. 15 ... 25 ... 50 ... 20 .... 25 ... 350 .... 125 .... 30 ... 100 ... 25 .... 40 ... 255 ... 125 .. 25 ... 20 .... 05 6.22 11.64 1.20 .60 1.81 5.82 4.21 4.21 4.02 1.01 .GO 8.43 4.02 1.00 1.40 .GO 6.62 1.40 1.20 4.82 .80 1.20 2.20 1.00 1.20 14.25 5.22 1.40 4.21 1'.20 1.8! 10.44 5.22 1.20 1.00 1.50 Hopson, R. G. Hunter, Arch Jefferson, L. J. McFaddin, Webber McGill, Sadie McCorkle, G. H Mouser, Will Ragland. Otis Ross, Minlo Weems, J. R Wheat, J. R Williams, Dave .. .. Willis, Mrs. E. M. .. Willis, Nuell 60 20 25 105 30 20 20 20 20 25 20 '20 265 105 2.51 LOO 1.20 4.41 1.40 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.20 1.00 1.00 10.84 8.03 Plney Grove 17 Township of Noland Blevins Special Township of Wallaceburg and Redland Ball, George 125 5 Bonds, R. W 185 7 Bradford, Ordis 75 3 Brown, Jessie 55 2 Brown, A. W 45 2 Burton, Lester 30 1 Campbell, Roy C 200 8 Cantley. E. B 295 12 Crawford, Clenton 25 1 Cullins, Dorsey 105 4 Cullins, Freddie 25 1 Daniel, Otis 90 3 Deanyville Lbr. Co 1500 60 Fowler, W. T Go'rham, Clifford ... Gray, Tom Hampton, May F. .. Harris, Harlan Head, Claude Hpmbree, J. T. Hembree, R. T. ... Henegan, John Henderson, Joe Hicks, Ezra Hill, Jack Holt, Flane House, Halmar Irwin, T. N Johnson, Thco Johnson, Lydie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Prenliss ... Jones, E. C. Langston, Floyd Lee, Dorsey Leslie, Ruby Loo, S. E. .' Long, J. P Lumpkin. Lonnie ... McCorkle, E. R McGill, Tom Merchant. Jess Nolen, Coy Nunley, Solomon ... Owen, H. V Philips, Nora Phillips, A. M Rhodes, H. M Rowland, J. A. Smith, Tom Smith, Marzell Smith, R. T Smith, W. R. Sr. ... Smith, W. R. Jr. ... Snowden, Bradley ... Southworth, J. W. . Tomlen, R. L Wardlow, Mont Walts, James White, S. H Wilson, J. A Wood, Lyal 95 35 25 45 GO 45 140 125 40 35 35 25 160 55 235 30 125 55 50 55 105 95 250 10 295 11 65 40 20 25 55 50 40 105 50 25 140 105 40 15 GO 2 370 15 65 2 100 50 35 190 150 115 90 35 Adams. Stella Bradley, Joe L Burns, Dorsey Eledge, George Ernbry, Douglas Farmers Gin Co Gibson, George Grifflin, James II Hamilton, S. R. Jr. . . Hatton, Otis W Hill, Gramp Hollis, Mrs. H. B. ..: Jackson, Elmore Jones, Preacher Hendrick, Johnnie Lafferty, Weaver Martin, Guy Martin, Rufus Mayton, Sorter Mayton, R. E McLaughlin, Johnnie Oliver, Rowland Palmore, James Palmore, Bob Payne, H. E Prather, Maylon .'.... Rayborn, Willie Reasons, Floyd Rogers, Clyde Sampson, Lee Smilh, Lloyd Stroughter, John Henry . Stuart, Luther Tatum, Effie Turner, Clifton Walton, Jack Watson, Lois . West, Boston i West, James White, Sam Williams, J. C Wilson, D. P Wilson and Hollis Gin .. Young, Elbert 3.61 1.20 3.41 2.00 4.02 20.27 1.61 1.00 3.41 2.20 1.40 1.81 1.00 1.G1 1.61 .80 10.23 9.23 4.82 4.61 1.61 1.00 1.00 1.00 16.86 2.00 4.6U 2.20' 6.22 1.00 5.82 1.00 1.20 3.41 21.47 1.20 6.62 1.00 6.02 1.20 4.01 12.85 16.26 1.00 Allen, Roy Breed, Bertha Cathoun, Albert Cuder, Freeman Duffle, Simon Hamilton, J. A Harden, Mrs. Trudie ... Henderson, Grady Mouser, W. T Rowe, Carl Simmons, George Smith, Dudley Vandiver, C. A Walker, Matthew Warren, Cleve Williams, O. C William, Dave Williams, Leroy Allen, Pete ! Brosius, E. L Campbell, Oscar Damon, Emil M Davis, S. E Ellis, J. C Ellis, Wilbur ...: Flenoy, Lawson Hunt, Hermon Johnson, R. W .'. Johnson, Waywood ....... Lcwallen, Mrs. Nolen Powell, Mrs. J. V. ...... Stroud, Jim Wiley and Williams .... Williamson, A Yqtes, Herbert D Young, S. A. Est 50 10 25 205 95 135 140 80 95 140 25 165 180 15 20 20 20 105 . 160 35 . 10 . 160 . 30 . 35 . 205 . 100 . 105 . 25 . 20 . 200 . 105 . 20 . 900 . 80 . 75 . 210 Iron Springs 22 Township of Noland Saratoga Township of Saline and Austin, Henry Beasley, A. F Bland, J. G Bradley, Charlie Bradley, Theo Bradley, V. H Bradley, Earl Gathright, Lynn Greathouse, Chas Greathouse, Joe Goodwin, Dewey Hester, Addie Mae Hester, Bob Johnson, Julius Jones, Roland Mays, Marcellus McJunkin, James Meggerson, J. M MilUvee, William Mitchell, James E Mos , Ollic Ray, John Rosenbuum, Claudia Smith, W. E Smilh, Jeanelle Smilh, Rosa Bell .'. Wolff, Howard Wright, Charlie Bois .. 85 .. 25 .. 210 ... 135 .. 30 .. 175 ... 135 .. 15 .. 45 • 15 .. 390 .. 100 .. 25 .. 85 .. 25 .. 120 .. 65 .. 70 .. 30 .. 100 .. 1GO .. 25 .. 155 .. 60 .. 20 .. 10 .. 15 .. 65 D'Arc 3.61 1.20 8.63 5.62 1.40 7.23 5.62 :so 2.00 .80 15.85 4.21 1.20 3.61 1.20 5.02 2.81 3.00 1.40 4.21 6.62 1.20 6.43 2.61 1.00 .60 .80 2.81 1.90 1.34 3.17 .05 • 1.34 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.00 "".-1.00 2.41 4.41 1.81 3.00 6.22 1.81 5.41 2.UD 1.00 4.41 .- 7.23 Fulton Corp. Township of Bois D' Arc Anderson, Chester A U5 3.17 Bass, John 20 1.11 j Dudney, K. G 415 19.14 Frierson, Bob 30 ' 1.5G Green, Lee 25 1.3-1 | Green, Mollie 15 .88 Johnson, Aline 20 1.11 Marlindale, Rufe 100 , 4.7G MfGill, Will 21) I.II Columbus Township of Minecreek Adams, Lolly 115 4.82 Bristow, S. B 165 6.82 Bristow, 0. H 60 2.61 Chcalham, O. J 55 2.41 Coleman, L. H 80 3.41 Collins, Clarence 195 8.03 Cunningham, G. N 25 1.20 Fair, J. A. Jr. ...s 205 8.43 Gilberl, H. B 290 11.84 (Jrcen, Rose 15 .80 Harris, B. E 25 1.20 Hindman, Harden 20 1.00 Keels, Versie 20 1.00 Mosier, Alex 425 17.26 Neal, J. M "... 105 4.41 Porter, Mable 50 2.20 Scoggins, Taylor 20 1.00 Stuart, Agee 20 1.00 Stuart. Mt'lvin 15 .80 Thomas, O. C 200 8.23 Thomas, Jim 20 1.00 Van Riper, 11. W 75 3.21 Walker, R. H 110 4.61 Alforcl. J. A 105 4.41 Alfurd, Thomas 20 1.00 Anderson, W. T 25 1.20 Anderson, W. G 70 3.00 Arnold, Adam 30. 1.30 Bkickwood, A. J 15 .80 Brazile. Lloyd 50 3.20 Byers, Elmer H. 300 14.65 Campbell, J. R 265 10.84 Gary, Clarence 70 3.00 Clinson, C. 15. Jr 100 4.21 Compton. T. L 25 1.20 Compton, Mrs. L. Y. 45 2.00 Cuoley, Melvin 130 5.41 Crowc-ll, Harold 40 1.81 Springhlll Township of Springhill Atkins, Kennie Aylette, Henry Baker, Nelson Bennett, Homer L. Bolls, Elvin Bobo, Rex Burns, W. A Clark, Tracy Cox, E. L. ...: Elledge, Roy Gilmore, Sallie Harris, Johnny Johnson, W. M. Lal'ferly, A. J. Mrs. Lafferty, E. D Martin, Clyde G. . Maxwell, Floyd .... McDowell, Amzie .. McKamie, James .. Moses, Verdis Norwood, Carl Quillin, Clyde Simmons, Clarence Sinyard, Lula Sooter, S. L Toner, Rosa Toner, Arthur Turner, Robert Turner, Jewell Walker, James Whilehead, L. W. .. Womblc, J. H Wyatt, Mac W 225 30 , 30 25 110 35 270 55 20 55 100 130 25 130 155 175 65 40 35 200 60 95 30 10 45 135 85 170 120 70 50 75 170 Rocky Mound No. 4 Township of Springhill Browning, Wylie E. Gamble, Tube Huzzard, B. M Hosmer, George Messer, Mrs. Lula . Stevens. C. H Woodbcrry, Oscar . 165 105 245 150 40 100 20 De Ann No. 7 Township of Garland Allen, Weber 20 Arnold, Vernon 55 Barrang, Clarence 35 Beard, Bill 20 Bennett, Roy 20 Burke, C. M 25 Burke, Melvin 30 Clark, Nolen 15 Curry, Earlie 20 Foster, Franklin 20 (Garvin) or Garland, Alvin 30 Harmon, C. H 25 Hamilton, Minims 20 9.23 1.40 1.40 1.20 4.61 1.61 11.03 2.41 1.00 2.41 4.21 5.41 1.20 5.41 6.43 7.23 2.81 1.81 1.61 8.23 2.19 4.02 1.40 .60 2.00 5.62 3.61 7.02 5.02 3.00 2.20 3.21 7.02 7.02 4.41 10.03 6.22 2.00 4.21 1.00 1.00 2.41 1.G1 1.00 i.ou' 1.20 1.40 .80 1.00 1.00 1.40 1.20 1.00 Arnold, John Arnold, Allen Brown, Jim Caple, Alex Evans, Sam Evans, Gene Evans, Jackie Faulks, John Faulks, Garfield Gasgow, R. J Harris, Oscar Hendrix, Mack McMorris, James . Morrison, Luther ... Smilh, Joe Smith, Isaiah Smith, Bynum Smith, Anderson Scott, Sam Purson, Ben Purson, Willie McFaddin, Mann ... Muldrow, J. W. Warren, Cleveland Warren, Robert Tyree, Joe 40 20 20 20 20 20 60 20 20 20 20 20 .20 20 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 township of O*ait. Cole, Isaac Flowers, James Gamble, Dudley Gamble, Wade Gamble, Allen Oauff. C. A. Lacey, Cora ........ McGie, Luther Taylor, Remous .. Walker, Harry Witherspoon, Simon ids 25 135 105 55 25 35 60 35 fin 20 4.41 1-29^-, 5.82-I 4.41' . 1.61 2.20 .60 1.20 8.43 4.02 5.02 5.82 3.41 4.02 5.82 1.20 6.82 7.43 .80 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.41 6.02 1.61 - .60 6.62 1.40 '1.01 I 8.43 4.21 4.41 1.20 1.00 8.23 4.41 1.00 36.33 3.41 3.21 8.63 1.81 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.51 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .80 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 i.OO 1.00 Centervllle Dlst. 67 , Township of Ozan Clark, Herbert....„ 35 Jones, O. B. , 140 Waddle, Claude ... 610 2,20 . 5.82 > Chestnut Hill Dist. 70 „*. , Township of Ozan - < Davis, H. C 100 4,21 Walters, H. K 100 4.21 Nazarene Dlst. 77 Township of Bois D'A'fc' Jones, Henry ...... 25 . Mack, Henry so Muldrow, Arthur 45 . Wesley Grove Dist. 781 Township of Mineereek < Groves, Willie 55 '/ Scoggins, J. W. 120 .,2.00 2.41 5,02 Clow 18 A Township of Minecreek Aaron, Issa 20 Bell, Sam 45 Borryman, Lex 20 Brown, I. .W 20 Baker, Don 20 Draper, T. J 20 Fontaine, Mary 20 Edwards, J. P 20 Floyd, Tyree ib Fulks, Anthony 20 Goodwin, J. L. : •. 180 Gamble, A. B 20 Hanna, John 180 Hearon, 'Elmore 20 Johnson, Shirley 20 Johnson, Robert 125 Johnson, Webber 55 Jones, A 20 Keels, Willie 20 Marshall, Archie 20 Marshall, Sam 75 Matlock, Feazell 20 McFaddin, Harvey 20 Muldrow,Walker Flore .... 115 Muldrow, Cliffton 20 Nelson, Richmond 30 Nunally, Bert 20 Pigee, John A 20 Rogers, Fred 20 Sampson, Lee Davis 20 Sampson, A. D. 100 Sampson, Beuna 25 Sampson, Robert 65 Starr, James 20 Slarr, Syulee 20 Starr, W. P 150 Sanders, M. J 20 Stuart, Matthew 20 Walker, Obie 20 Walker, Sam 20 White, Lewis 20 Walker, Willie 20 Wesson, P. N 20 Whilemore, Isaac 20 Whitmore, James 20 While, Eunie 20 Young, Isaac 20 Woods, Winston 20 Williamson, Clarence 20 Wicker, Ed 20 Wylie, Ellis 20 Jackson, Andrew James, Warren .... James, Lee Lee, Theodus Lockhart, Ben McClenlon, Frank Osborn, Map Scoll, Tom Snowden, Jefi Snowden, John .... Woodberry, John . Burrall, Crayton .... Elliotl, Will Johnson, Hercules McClendon, Lula . Wright, Nellie 30 35 20 35 35 20 35 35 35 35 35 75 50 65 80 10 Soil, Henegan, Jeff Jackson, Mail Jackson, Mack Richardson, George Smilh, Milton Toland, Flftcher 20 20 10 35 25 25 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .60 1.00 7.43 1.00 7.43 1.00 1.00 5.22 2.41 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.21 1.00 1.00 4.82 1.00 1.40 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.21 1.20 2.81 1.00 1.00 6.22 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Nolen Dist. 29 Township of Bois D'Arc 1.40 1.61 1.00 1.61 1.61 1.00 1.61 1.61 1.61 1.61 1.61 3.21 2.20 2.81 3.41 .60 Stephenson Dist. No. 44 Township of Bois D'Arc James 135 Ebenezer Dist. No. 50 Township of Bois D'Arc Scoggins, Ezra 175 Shiloh Dist 55 Township of Bois D'Arc 5.03 7.23 Oak prove Diet. .61 Township of Bois D'Arc Forbes, Tyrie 120 1.00 1.0.0 .60 1.6.0 1.20 1.20 5.02 «£„ Temple Dlst. 81 „, Township of Minecreek Moore, Onzy .-..'.'.., 70 -3.00 if ' Hope Ward 1 I', i Supplemental Assessment! Township of De Roaft f Bell, Ike ;....... 100 Boozer, Willie L.. 25JJ Halbert, A/A, ..... 13S* Taylor, Charlie :•„. . 251 i'4.70' 1.34'<*• 111.34 {B,3G'<^ W f Supplemental Assessment!! Ward 2 ."4 J .*, Cotton, Roy ....„..: 10(6 14.76 Supplemental Assessment^ ''' Ward 3 ;| ! ' Phillips, A. R 90^ ,J4.30 Yocom, Ira 75J }3.62 ~~ 1\ ^ Supplemental Assessment Ward 4 Hatch, J. T. Pate, Lonnie Warmack, Geo. W. Yerger, Otis ........ Supplemental Assessment! Hope Special Doyle, Poster Service Ellis, J. C Huddleston, G. H. Lewis, Lillie Mitchell, Ivy Sluart, Ollie Lee 120' '30 30 20 175 25 j.5.02 «1.40 ! }l.40 tl.OO ij7.23 1 •• Supplemental Assessment',', Washington Corp. 1* Alley, David 85 ''4.08 Jeanes, R. W 40 ^2.03 Supplemental Assessment)!; , Washington Special ' Foster, J. W. .... 20 , 1.00 Hprris, L. H. .... 45 " 2.00 Supplemental Assessment' Fylton Corp. Boles, Mayor 20 1.11 Supplemental Assessment • Fulton Special Sanders, Albert 20>V1.00 West, Mrs.. Charlie 25"?$ 1,20 Supplemental Assessme Ozan Special Thomas, Wylie . 20 Supplemental Assessment! Blevins Special x. De Lacerdn, Paul 65V 12.81 Groves, H. B 50]| Hey wood, Charlie 30^' Horton, Tom 100 Montgomery, Bert 205 ' Steward, Edward 20'. Stone, Zack 40 '2.20 1,40 4.21 8.43 1.00 1.81 Supplemental Assessment Columbus jfi Mosier, Oscar T. 65 .2.81 Supplemental Assessment Nashville Jennings, R. B. ... 115 4,82 Supplemental Assessment j Patmos Bostic, Vasco ... Rogers, A. L, or (Alvin) Bush, C. H Hunter, Jerry 135' ;5,62 275. 11.24 25, S 1,20 175 7,23 Supplemental Assessment •> Saratoga ' \ Allen, Jim ,.. 85 V 3 61 Cannon, W. M. ... , 50 £.20 Supplemental Assessment Spring Ferguson, H. L. . Foster, Orval ..... Hill 100. 50 .4.21 8,20 Supplemental Assessment De Ann 7 Burke, Bill or (W.V.) 80 Gilbert, W- M. and Frank Gilbert, Otis ....... Mayo, Smead '... 1025 260 25 3.4* 41.35 1Q.64 L20 Supplemental Assessment ' Iron Springs 22 , Township Qf Garland '' Dixon, Ed 35 '1.01 Supplemental Assessment Centerville 67 } Austin, W. A. .... 120 Supplemental Assessment Nazarene 77 Smith, Lee '. 50 Trotler, Matthew 75 Westley Grove 78 Supplemental Assessment Johnson, Sam 40 5.02 2.20 3.21 203 CERTIFICATE ' STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF HEMPSTEAD—S.S.: I, Leo Ray, County ClerK end Ex-Officio Clerk of Ihe Probate Division of. Ihe Chancery Court within and for the County and State aforesaid, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing list of delinquent personal taxes for the year ol 1942, was filed in my office on the 8lh day of November, 1943. toe time prescribe*} by l<nv Witness my hkn$ and seal of said Court on this 8th day of November, 1943. LEO RAY, County and Probate Clerk of Honpsteafj County, Arkunlsas»

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