The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 13, 1953
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TUESDAY, JAN. 13, 1953 Generals Who Became President Andrew Jockson earned his military spur? eorly, having fought in the Re«>. Mian at 14. At New Orleans in HM wor of 1812 he smaihtd the British regulars, adding glory to a <onr!ict marked by some humiliation. The "common man" was tired o) tKe Vw- pjnia dynasty's rule ond 'Old Hickory" was elected in 1828. The people turned.,... ... masse for his inauguration. They believed he could do no wrong, and tfcat he would protect their interests against the crooked politician. Th« people's hero ruled with on iron hand H« appointed a cabinet which he rarely consulted. Instead he woi guided by hit Kitchen Cabinet" which did hij publicity ond started tKe spoils system. fLTJG (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By Ray EH is and EdKudlaty Jackson wos o great president despite WJ impulsiveness. Wrien Sou* Coralina threolened to nullify Icdciol low he shouted that "The Union must be preserved 1 ," ond threatened to use loice. In the meantime he engineered a compromise thot the Carolinians could coll a victory lor themselves. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Building permits were Issued during the past week for (lie erection of three new residences in the city. J. E. Stevenson applied for a permit to construct, a five-room frame house at Moultrlc Drive and 10th Street, valued at #.500. Others included: Ashlis Shie of Tun-ell. Ark., n four-room frame building on Thompson St. in the Larry Fourth Addition, valued at $2,000. Lizzie Hill, for a three-room house at Clinton and Second Streets in the Pulgham Addition, valued at $1.000.. The following real estate transfer. 5 were recorded during the week: •fmrdelia Sylvester J lingers to J. A. and Liille Hazelwood, for $1250 the south 50 feet of Lot 6. and the south 50 feet of the EAST Half of Lot 7. Block 1, Highland Place Addition, Three States Lumber Company to Chester and Ruth H. Catdwcll; for SI and- other considerations, east half of S.E. quarter of Sec. 10-TUN- R11E and south half of Sec. 11- T14N-R11E for a total of 403 acres Blj'theville Development Corporation to Lester Bedford, for $225, Lot 2. Block 3, Wilson's Second Addition. ' L-cland J. and Vivian Kious to James J. and Kathleen Rhodes and Porter Smith, for $1,000 and assumption of certain indebtedness all of Lot 18 in Block 8 of David Acres Subdivision. Charles E. and Ella Mae Crow to Iva Jean Hall, lor $150, Lot 3 of the West End Subdivision of the town of Manila. Myrtle M. Forrest to' Essie Nell David, for 55,000, Lots 14 and 15. Block a, C. D. Ashabranner Addition to Manila. Lee and Amalcne Roach to George Rouse, for S650, a unreel oi land 80 by 100 feet adjoining the south boundary of land owned by Bland McMullen. - : _. Susan Moore to Will and Dora Horton. for $200. Lot 27, Block 10 IS'. W. Hollipeter second Addition W. C. nnd Liliih E. Crist, to Albert L. Fletcher as Bishop of Little Sock, for SI and other considerations, west half of Lot 2, Block A James Addition, Russell K. and Marguerite Manto W. M. and Nettie Sharp, for $10 and other considerations; all of Lot IB, aurt the South 14 of Lot, 18 Block 31, Blythe Addition. N. O. and Verla Gray, to J C and Maltie Ellis, for 814,625, Lots 4. 8, 9 and 10, Sec. 23-T 16 N-R 12 E, containing 65 acres. John B. and Mildred Wisdom, to Johnny H. and Wanda Jewell Wisdom, for S450, a plot of. land approximately 200 by 70 feet in NW o.uarter of the SW quarter of Sec 6-T 15 N R 11 E. Susan Moore to Esau and Louise Cade, for $200, Lot 26, Block 8, W W. Hollipeter Second Addition' Board of Directors of St. Francis Levee District, to L. C. and India Mae Pierce, for $1 and other considerations, Lot 4, Block I, Nelson's second Addition to Leachvilte. I. M. and Marguerite Castlio. for tlO. all of the NE quarter nnd the North 20 acres of the SB quar:°r ?< Sec. 2-T 13 N-R ii E, except four parcels of Sand in this area also an undivided half Interest In and to two tracts of land In Township 14 North. Hringe 12 East. Cecil Raymond and Estclle E. Roach, to R. L, and Laverne Howard, for $12,000, the fractional north lalf -of the SE quarter of Sec. 21- T 16 N-R 9 E, containing 60 acres Henderson Weericn to I. E. Parkhurst for $10 and assumption of deed of trust for 938, Lots 3 and 4 In Block 3 of Wilson's Second Addition. Claude Q. and Dellal Lancaster to Dcllal Mike Lancaster, for 10 and n consideration of a property settlement, all of Lot 9, Block 2. Williford IMPROVED KIBIHEY in« Mowittfo Vd- lejr XFater. Delicious —- deliv- RICHARDSON'S ; Super Market Wl W. Main Phone 9673 and Garrison Addltlor to Manila. w. F. Mccann to Weldon P. and Gola O. McCann. for $1 and other considerations, 80 acres In Sec 29 T 10 N-R 10 E. Orval and Margaret E. Gude to Wallace and Colleen Thornbrough for $10 and other considerations all of Lot 8. Block n, Bugg Addition to Blythevllle. Paul and Edna Buckman, to Ben- dona Hucy. for S'U.OOO, 56 acres In Sec. 20-T 16 N-R 10 E. Donald P. and Joan R ose Walter to Johnnie A. snrt Dora Oambill for £1.500 acres nnd assumption of deed of trust. Lot 3 in Block 9, C. H. and Flossie Davis to Charlie and Dool Gray, for SI, a 20 -f oot strip of land in the SW quarter o 'he NE quarter of Sec . 8-T 15 N-R 8 E, correction of error In previous deed record. Kemp and Mary Whtsenhunt to Earl H. and Llna June Wlldy and Harold R. and Allene V. Knop, for 510 and. other considerations Lot l'!; J « lock E ' ?' Dnrro " an * Lilly Addition. I'ROrOSEIt BUDGET OF KXl'ENDITTJRES TOGKTHFR WITH TAX LEVY FOR FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1. 1954, TO AND INCLUDING JUNK 30, 1955 Teh Board of Directors of Bur- detle School District No. 35 of Mississippi County. Arkansas, In compliance with the requirements of Act 403 of 1051 and of Amendment No. 40 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, has prepared approved, and hereby makes public the proposed budget of expenditures together with the lax rate, as follows: General Control ~.., $ 2,000 Instruction 45.000 Operation of School Buildings . 6.200 Maintenance of School Plant and Equipment . ... Auxiliary Agencies (including transportation) . Fixed Charges . . Clijiital Outlay . . Debt Service . To provide for the foregoing' proposed budget oi expenditures, the Board of Directors proposes n tax levj' of 40 mills, composed of; 22 mills for school operation and maintenance; 15 mills previously voted for payment of bonds now oulstand- 1,200 ... 8,000 .. 3.000 .. 2.500 0,850 ing; and 3 mills for a proposed bond Issue of $10,000. twtimnled to run 10 years, for the purpose of constructing and equipping a new school bimlcling, and this nillinge W jn con . slitute a continuing anmml levy until the principal of tiic Interest on the bonds are paw 1,, full, and the surplus revenue derived from Bald millage may bo used by the District (or calling bonds for payment prior to maturity or for other school purposes. . GIVEN this 10th day at January, BOARD OF DIRECTORS BURDETTE SCHOOL ' DISTRICT NO. 35 OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS By C. F. Tompkin, President And H. D.'Jumper, Secretary Conont Named To German Post NEW. YORK M'>-PresMcnt.decl Eisenhower yesterday chose Dr, James Bryant Connnt, president of Harvard University, as United States commissioner for Germany In the new administration. The. high commissioner's post is vacant al this time, due to the re- MOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sal. Sun 1:00 Always a Double Feature TUKS.-WBD. 2 FBATURKS ^fc <JOHH • • MT*I<-I* GARFIELDNEAL BREAKING POINT - mow WARNER BROS. — PLUS — Also Shorfs llrcmcnt of a career foreign serv- DCC r< WMter J ' Doi '«clly, last Today's announcement said Eisenhower picked Comiru for the post after conferences with John foster Dulles, secretary o( s tate- dcsigtiate, The nomination will be submitted to the Senate for confirmation after Eisenhower takes office Jnn 20 NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sill. & Sun. 1'hone 58 TUESDAY "LAST TRAIN FROM BOMBAY' Jon Hull _ Christine Larson WBD.-THURS. "WALK EAST ON BEACON" George Murphy Virginia Gilmore Queer Creature The olm, a balrachian of Dal- inatla, sometimes brings forth ita young alive, and sometimes lays eggs, from which (he young hatch. The creature. I: entirely blind. Its breeding habits depend on the, temperature. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. TUESDAY "STORY OF ROBIN HOOD" Richard To (Id Joan Rice — PUTS — Walt Disney Feature. 'WATERBIRDS" ' WED.-THURS. THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS 0 Jo»n Crawford Dennis Morgan 4-BURNER GAS RANGE READ THIS AND SEE HOW IT'S POSSIBL! We were fortunate to acquire 70 Dixie Gas Ranges at a very low price ... now we're passing the savings on to you! It's the Dixie 4-BURNER GAS RANGE that sells regularly for $109.95. These ranges have been slightly used ... but we guarantee every one. Some don't have a mark dn them! They're uncrated in our warehouse and we've put this low price of only §39,95 on them to move them quick! Come in and look them over ... they're wonderful for apartments or small space kitchens. You'll agree that it's the best buy you've ever seen ... HURRY! They won't be here long! Jimmie Edwards Furniture 301 EAST MAIN ST. "See Jirnmie First" PHONE 2487

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