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. PAGE SIX BLYTHEjVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Talking Business Some Walch at Speedway Bui Others Piefcr To Avoid Track BY ED S 4 INS BURY United Press SlaiT Correspondent INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP)— Like the dressing room of n big league baseball team or of a college football squad—tl-at's the pits and garage sretoi of the In'dhn- apolis speedway. It's n man's world, nnd women are unqualifiedly baired Since-the first race In 1D11, women, eveii the driver's wives, have been kept out Dally, thercfoie, even before the race, the wives assemble across from the lilts, behind ft series of fences to watch their husbands at work, They ^occasionally ,• manage to catch their husbands' 05 e and wave ehrei fully across Die tintk, But the husbands, for the most port, forget their wives are present and continue with their work. The women sit quietly, knitting am! talking Hut when some daic-j devil of the (rack comes roirlng j down Hie homestretch and whirls into' the turn their conversation censes. Its-fuse To Ail mil prhjhl : They deny that they're scared —exactly, instead it's just a feeling they can't express Most of them assume the altitude that racing Is their husband's profession and no more dangerous than (hat of n .steel worker. They have implicit faith- in the man's ability to chive safely in competition, "It's like any othci business," they say "We can watch our hui- bnnds work, but that's about all. And 11 really isn't so dangerous.' But all of them keep the closest : watch 'on the cars' which their husbands drive. They know Hint on that cnr riiay depend their food, clothing and expense money for the ne\t year. Although some of the drivers do not bring their wives to Indianapolis, those women who are in town meet nearly even' day In the line of seats immediately across ' from-.the. entry'from the pits and garages' to the track Includcd-in the regular visitors me Mrs. Lou Mejei". wild of the :only. ; tliree-time winner of the 600 mile race, Mrs. Bob Svansan, and Mrs. Kel ty •" Pctillo whose husband won the race In 1935. Mrs Meyer at times \ms driven her husband's racing, car. notably this spring when Meyer was testing tlie'ntncliine for the first time this jear at the. Utah stilt beds She drove the car at move than 125 miles; ah hour while the test her husband could obtain was n maximum -speed of 108 miles mi hour." However, after her dash she became lost, and hud to be led back to the base camp by her hus- .liand and his helpers In another ear. She does all the passenger car dilvmg for the family, and her husband, the champion race driver, is a passenger. Airs. Sltw Avoids Track Different from the average racing wife is, Mrs. Wilbur Shaw wife of the 1937 winner who finished second lail year She rarcl> goes to the track atitl says she prefers to keep lier "nose out of her husband's business." However she says she has extreme confidence in his ability to drive nnd keep out of trouble in the races. Three widows have married race drivers a second time They are "Mrs. Shorty Caution, Mrs.- Bob Ssanson and Mrs. Billie Whin. Mrs. Canton was formerly married to Bill spence who was killed at the Indianapolis track in 1028. She later married Canllon. Mrs. Bob Swanson wns previously married to Ernie Triplctt who was killed in a California race In 1934. Her husband this year has entered a racing car powered by a 16- cylincter motor developed by Prank Lockhart, another racing' driver who was killed in a speed test on a Florida bench. Mrs. Winn has been widowed twice by race deaths. She was first married to Joe Russo who was v killed at Lankhorne, Pn., in a dirt track meet in 1931. In 1936 she married Winn who was killed at Springfield, III., last summer. The somber note from the standpoint of the women appeared on the bulletin board in the garage section when the fust drivers rived at the track this year. It was posted by Mrs. chet Gardner, whose husband was e<l in:a race last summer, it read: "For Sale Chet Gardners racing cars and equipment Call Mrs > Chet Gardner." (Continued from Page 5) I Sup, Owiier Sup. Oivnci- tot lllk 193C1937 1938 Unknown J.3.Howard 1 &2 7 1.20. Peoples Bldg & Lulu Howard 37 .col Loan R. IS. Tcasley 47. .'qo' Chlt'kasawba Addition Wolf AiIon E 20' 1 & nil 2 i) 1,60 J. L. Tyrone 7 9 1,20 1.20 1.20 Jane Robinson B 10' 2 10 .20 J. H. Fisher 1&2 11 2,002,00200 Mary 1'hlllips Robin- • .•on 11 & 12 11 2.00 f Dcelarine that, both he nnd they had the same problem—trying to sat- sfy the "customers'—President Roosevelt delivered ft fighting sueed! o several thousand "little businessmen" nt the Washington forum of lie American Retail Federation. Photo shows the President, tele-a-lelc t the meeting will General Rober E. Wood, head of Scnvs, Roebuck & Co., who recently ciuit as temporary "business adviser" to the Ad- Frichclly Enemies J. A. Webb ,5 & 0 12 1.60 1,00 1.80 Ijirue iVfcUnnon 5 St. W'i 4 14 .80 .90 .DO Mrs. l.yn Gooch II 15 .80 J. 3. Driver S25')5 15 .40 Clilckit!RiH'l>:t Gardens Chas. Phillips 3 & 5 2 .32 J2 T. E. McBrlde 7 2 .10 ,10 .10 Costcn Subdivision Z. 15, Harrison 4 & 5 , 15 3D Mate Daniels Addition W. 1: Wright 3 1 .CO .00 .CO Jim Howard 4 & 5 1 1.20 Matlic Swift 7&8 1 1.201,20 Jno. Alsop 12 & 13 1 1,20 , 1,59 Jell Waters 14&15 1 1.20 1.20 1.20 Unknown 5 2 .00 i .CO Susie C'arr B to S inc 2 2.40 2.40 2.40 Unknown 10 2 .40 .40 00 Davis 1st Addition Mr.H. Mary Vivian 1 & 2 7 2.00 C. M. Gray Jr. .6 7 1.00 1.00 1,0'J J. L>. Driver (4 15 15 .40 Library Asm. 0 10 .80 Mrs. L. W. Gosncll Est. 4 . 7 to 10 Inc 10 3,20 3.20 Snme 11 10 Clyde- Robinson 12 Ifi .80 .f. W. BaderNfi2' 1 & 8 Ifl .88 Davis 2nd Addition .2 11 B. B. Lashot 3 12 Wendell Phillips N!4 7 12 O, B. Phillips S'/j 7 & 8 12 Wendell Phillips B 5' N'/, 8 12 Molkuuble Addition E. J. Halley 0 A ,28 Unknown 5 B I.ol Blk 193S 1937 J93S Sup. Oivnei- Lot Blk 1936 1031 1938 8 10 .60 .CO ,60 Same 3 to 7 inc A 6.00 0,00 6,00 I Same N'Xj 8 A ,60 .GO .GO .CO E, E. Pope 1 B 1.40 1,40 1.40 .CO ,60 E. D, Ncblns 3 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 R. M. Morris Kst fl B 1.40 L40 L40 j SATURDAY. ^M^Y 27,,,19.30 .CO .30 Hetty Alley j Morris Estate .CO,Betty Alley s> I 9 & 10 .08 P. Johns 10 W. O. Bukci 17 K.-ISI Ark. Lbr, Co. 'I R 1,40 1.40 1.40 8 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 Sup. Owner Lot Blk 18301937 1938 Mack Chancy 2 U .20 .20 iluby Lemons 3 14 20 Percy Smith 5 14 .20 .20 .20 Gallic Smith a 14 .20 .20 Amanda Langfordl 14 .20 .20 20 Gus,Gray 1 & 2 15 B HO 1.40 E. Parks 0 & 7 13 H. M. Cullc.r )] C E. TciW VY>3 all 4 E Tom Smith 1 to 4 inc P J. E. Vlckcrs 5 P J. B. Walker 7 F Mnry Jarbro SK 2 3 ' N. Johns S 05' 1 4 .95 Same Ex N 45' E!i 2 4 1.17 Same .CO .95 .85 ,60 3 4 1.40 Same W'/i 8 & all 9 4 2,10 2.10 2,10 Anderson & Cranes 5 1.40 1.40 1.40 Malian Estate 5 <fc C G 2.80 Davis 3rd Addition S. Saliba 8 & 0 2 2.40 Myrtle Matthews W',4 13 & nil 14 2 1.80 Lucy Averllt 2 & W'Xi 3 3 1.80 C. J. Evrard . EVt- 3 & nil 43 1.80 !.80 W. A. Echvar<ls 5 3 1.20 1.20 1.20 'General Robert E. Lee" and "Abraham Lincoln" met—and good time together nt a recent New York costume party. had a Conie- dhin Jack Pearl, left, impersonated the Confederate leader, and actor Raymond Massey wore the Lincoln makeup he uses for the part on the state Shoe \Vlullling Business Picks Up; Two Pairs Day's Work .For Carver PORTLAND, Ore. <UPt—The new angle on women's footwear is a modernized \erslon of the wo:den shoe but it is no new angle for Oscar Auestnd—it has been his life work. For. 30 years. Auestnd has pioneered this obscure industry in the United SUUcs. He stalled out to make "Muggers", a crude wooden shoe used by the fishermen of Norway, his native land. He learned nre culled clogs now and they arc trimmed in bright colors nnd are definitely ".styled." Aiiestad came to the United States In 1007 and tins been whittling here on shoes ever since. Mahogany Section Decks Boardwalk at Atlantic City l.CO 1.08 1.20 .28 .28 ,42 .42 .28 ,28 .28 B 1.40 1.40 1:40 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 19 B 1.40 Jlolllpelcr anil Shonyo' Addition .56 J. S. Matthew.; 20 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 .28 K. B. Cash 2 C 1.40 ).40 1.40 I Ida Hicks 5 C 1.40 1.40 .42 '!'• W. Eskrkige 0 C 8.00 8.00 1.12 Unknown S 23' 14 ,C 1.16 1.10 1.1C .28 i 1>. J.'O'Brien Subaivlslon iZeph O'Brien Dan Davis 3 O. Slionyo 1 & 4 I/ora Thompson 6 Brown . ' 8 Walter Jlur-t 11 Dave & Birdie Plnkcy 13 1C 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 O. Shonyo Eugene Perloal Will Slstrunk Win. Hartley 3 & 4 Evelyn Stewart 5 O. C. Collier 7 & 8 2 W. a. ft D.Clark9 2 O. Shonyo 12 2 Mamie Jones 13 5 Arthur Koguemon.' 14 .20 .20 ,20 .20 .20 .20 .20 1 to 11 hie 1 6.60 O.CO O.CO ,W. C. Wood 4 & 5 2 1.20 1,20 1.20 .20 .40 Ark-Mo Power Co. 1 2 .60 .60 .60 .20 .20 Pewl Mann 10 2 .00 .CO .00 .20 ,20 Kcpii O'Brien 11 2 ,60 .60 .CO .20 .20 .20 .20 G. c, Dysinger 14 Enunn Oiler & 15 2 1.20 1.20 1.20 Williams . .20 .20 Mrs. Aulry .20 .40 I Ci. E. Cross 20 20 .20 .20 Henrietta Goad Original Survey .(iO ..CO .00 .60 .UO .20 .20 .20 Will Slstrunk 15 O. Siionyo 1C ivlac Pearson 1 Hubert Military 2 Esther Johnson 3 Johnnie Soward 0 Mettle Soward 7 & 8 3 .20 21 & 22 I.. E. McFall 29 J, P. Smith 36 &31 Equitable Bldg & Loan 50 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2,40 1.00 1.00 E, Nabors 3 15 Cicero Ogle Est. 5 15 Amanda Langford7 15 Edith Green 3 1C .20 .20 .20 .38 .18 .20 .20 .20 Norman Baker l, 2 n Joe Black 3 17 Rudille Heights Addition C. L, Naljirs 7 ) Unknown 4, 5 & c 2 CO CO Jack P. Robinson T, 8 & 9 2 .CO 60 P. A. Robinson 10 & 11 2 .40 B. E. Blaylock. 14 & 15 .40 .30 .20 .20 .19 .38 .19 .20 .60 .CO .20 l.CO . .80 ,80 .60 Dr. J. A. Saliba 8A 3 1.08 1.03 Same 8 & E 40' 9 3 2.07 2.01 W. B. Crews Frl S 2-3 13 & 14 Frank Mahan E 10' 7 4 .22 .22 -.2? Equitable B & L Assn 7A Reeves Allen 8 & W 5' 8A 4 1.33 Mable Walls 11 4 1.20 1,20 W. B. Adams 12 4 1.20 1.20 120 Mrs. J. D. Swift 10 & 11 5 2.40 iimshlne Swift 12 5 1.20 1.20 1.20 Mrs. D. H. Blackwcod 13 5 1.20 1.20 Allle Sisk 4 6 C, R. Mobley G & G 8 2.80 Davis Brothers Subdivisio: H. T. Bryant 4 10 Dougau Addition L, M. Ross N40'7,8 1 ,08 .08 .08 J. C. Thurman E 10' of S 58' C 2 O. Shonyo Ella, Jackson Walter Davis Cicero Ogle Est. 2 & Millie Harvey O. Johnson Gallic Gray O. Shonyo Jim Lowe Pearl Matthews •Win. Jones 3 & 4 Eliza Warren 7 0. Shonyo n Mary Parncl) 12 Zcllner Thurmtm 13 O. Shonyo 14 L. Bell 15 J. M. Ferguson 16 13 14 15 3 4 5 7 8 JO 1C Lydia Moran Evelyn •Setllex 2 J. W. Floyd 3 Ira Jones 4 George Taylor 5 & C' .20 Lula White 7 Mose Wells 8 Katie Jones 11 Naomi Shipp 12 0. Anderson 14 Joe Fine 15 Irregular Lots Section 15-15-H Creamery Package Co. ,20 .20 .20 ,20 .40 .20 .20 .20 .20 O, B. Freeman 51 i.oo l Ofl l CO .20. C. W. Gosnell 53&S4 J. P. Smith 55 .20 .20 Z. T. Gaines 61 80 .20 .20 Mrs. W. M. Phillips .20 .2fl! 02 .80 .80 .SO .20 ,20 S. C. Craig M&65 1.80 1 CO I CO .40 .40 O. E. Stewart 67 .80 .80 80 .20 .20' J. H. Honey 73 .20 Joe C. Watson /4 Sam Grimes 85 .CO .00 J. T. AlfOrO 87, 88 & 89 1.80 1.80 1.80 2 A. Wallace D 3 R. N. Hill 2 5 D. G. Stout 3 5 June Bradsher 4 5 Lizzie Crigger 5 5 Mr. ; . Oosnell 2 0 J. W. Moore 3 c American Bldg & Loan 40 Lizzie P. Crlgger 5 A. G. Wheat T. W. Jaekscn George Webb Daisy Hill 9 ft \Q Lizzie P. Crigger Daisy R. HI117&8 Harry Wecdman H. .W. May 2 J. W. Frazier 4 Joe Martin 5 & c 10 A. G. Wheat S to 12 inc. 10 A. G. Wheat Sup. Owner Lot Blk 193019371938 C. P.. Cooper 9 c .16 • Punk Willis Subdivision Constance Westbrook .it! Same Same 1 .48 2 .48 3 .48 Town of Yarb,-o :48 M. C. Flowers 3 1 1.00 1,00 100 Mitchell & Bollard 12 I'OQ M. C. Flowers 72 100 Minnie Sadler 9 2 1.00 1.00 LOO Yarbro Warehouse Co. 7 3'4.00 4,00 All persons and corporations interested In said lands, are lierehy notified that they are required, by law, to appear witliln four t4) weeks and make defense to said suit, or the same will bo taken as ccnfessed, and final judgment will be entered, directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the payment of interest, penalty and cost allowed by law. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk of .-aid Court. By: Elizabeth Ely the, D. C. .20 .20 .40 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 ,20 .20 J'ark Addition Wm. C. Wood 2 1 .CO .40 ,20 .20 .20 .20 .ZOJMrs.C. W. Gosnell 3 .40 j Connie Smith ^ .201 Unknown 5, 6 & 7 O. E. Wright 3 Mrs. R.A.McLcodC A. T. Earl ' 7 & 8 .60 .CO 1 .60 .60 1 .60 .60 1 1.20 1,20 1.20 .20 .20 .20 ,20 .20 .20 .20 .20 1.80 .CO .60 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .40 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 Mrs. Alvin E, Sullivan 11 & 12 .1 1.20 Bailie Adonis Est. 1 -1 .60 .60 .60 P. C. Rothrock ' N 1-3 8 4s 9 5 .40 .40 .40 A. D. Dolail 14 5 .60 .60 .60 S. L. Porsythe 1 «2 B 1,20 1,20 1,20 Gordon Gumming,-,- 9 B .60 .SO .CO Lee Mtisgravu 12 c .CO .60 Mary Jane Drake 57 .CO Emiitablc Bldg &.l,a«n N 100' 28 .30 30 Mrs. Edith Johnson N 80' G & 7 8 .68 .C8 .68 J. .P. Pride Subdivision Plumle Pride 3 A .23 .23 American United Life Ins. Co. Let 10 NW 48.52 48.52 L. S. Brlscoe .01 .01 Irregular I,ols Section 1G-1S-U 1 40 i C. M. Lear Lot C NW 2.40 2.40 2.40 | W. B. Hnll Esl. Lot 7 NW 3.20 3.20 3.^0 J. C. Buchanan Lot 9 NW 2.00 •W Same z. 10' of S 58' 6 2 S 58' 7 & 8 2 Harris Addition Harrison 8 to 14 inc. 1 lle.irn Addition 1 .03 .08 5.CO 1.40 2.40 2.40 1.20 N. f. Knight Henry gingery 9 1 1.40 1.40 1.40 E, D. Gillen 4 & 5 2 Ben H. Lincoln 10 2 Lena Mae Burns E 38' 7 & 8 ' 3 K. S. Hcarn C, 7 & W 33' 8 3 Sam Roc E=t E51 1 1 5 2.40 2.40 2.40 W. E. Armstrong 3 & 4 5 2.80 1.27 2.61 2.80 llcam .Second Addition Mrs. Maud Halstead 7 & 8 B 1.20 1.20 Henry Hainby C A .GO Hcarn anil Perry Addition Mrs. John Halslcad-1 2 .GO .60 .CO Myrtle Sevier 52 .00 .CO J. Jackson 7 3 .GO Highland Place Addition N. M. Moore 1 .t 2 1.20 Minnie Brewer 4 .60 .60 .CO R. E. Tyrtis G & EK 7 .90 Geo. F. White 10 .GO .60 .GO .GO .60 .GO .CO .CO .CD the trade as an apprentice to hi-, A1LANTI CITY, N. J. CUP)father iy. their mile Norwegian;'" 1 . 10 "^ clllcr novelties offered by Mirror Battling Bird V Triumphs After 14 Days TULARE, Cal. (UP)-Bddie, the battling housefinch, is considered a world's champion of some sort in these parts as the result of his 14-day fight against his own reflection in the window of a Tulare newspaper, office. , Every da,y for two weeks Eddie hopped up to ths window and - pecked away at the "other bird." <' .On ihe 15th day the; "other bird" t Jdn't show up Perhaps Eddie, took credit for frightening his ' Adversary away, but really a gen- ' ' etous ciating of soap on the glass > did away nilh Ihe reflection. village ef Skaaveviok. Muggers didn't'go over as fishermen's shoes in America but they caught the eye of fickle fashion and now Auestad is In on the ground floor of a new industry. Worrien shoes turned from a fad among women ta popularity among men and now this quiet workman and his crew are whittling out, by hand more than 3.600 pairs a year. One man whittles luo pairs of slices n day. Auestad said it is no trick to learn to walk in wooden shoes. "They rock instead of bend." he explained. But they clop like n regular Dutch pair. Curiously enough It was ttic "doppiufT as much as anything else thnt made them popular with school girls. this seashore resort this summer will be n mahogany boardwalk. Workmen have begun redecking one block of Ihe strand's world- famed boardwalk with Australian maoligany, sit a CMl of $176,604 for WPA labor, the city furnishing the material. But the mahogany boardwnlk is not being installed as an attraction. It is an experiment to test the durability of the Australian wood against the yell:w pine used on the rest cf the 'walk. Class Kush Now Softball EL PASO. Ttx. (UP)—Instead of the traditional freshman - sophomore class rush, undergraduates at the Texiw College of Minos play sofltoll to decide win will lead the pram! march at the Frcshmnn ^^^^\^^^^J^^^^^ comfortable on their feet get away frcm them." He said they were lighter, cooler and more waterproof than leather shoes. They are made chiefly from maple. i Auestad said "there hasn't been) Mounts Hood and Rainier are the addition . type of mountain. They were built up by materials thrown out of the craters of vol- John WhitsHl 11 T. E. Guard 13 Ivy W. Crawford 3 2 .CO East Ark. Lbr Co. 4 2 .60 .60 .CO Ivy W. Crawford 5, 5, 7. 8 & 13 2 3.00 P. T. Elder 16 2 .60 .60 .60 Mrs. Dora P. Davis 5 4 .60 .60 .60 Joe A. McChire 6 & E',i. 7 4 .SO L. G. Thompson 9 4 .60 .GO J. P. Livingston Ex W 20' the N 40' 10 4 .30 L. G. Thompson W 20* N 40' 10 4 .30 Unknown 11 & W!4 12 4 .90 ,90 .90 Mattie Roberts EVi 14 & all 15 Unknown 1 C. D. Thompson 7 C. L. Ltntzcntch 0 .CO .60 .GO .90 N. C. Conley 14 & 15 5 1.20 1.20 1 20 Olive H. Healon 7 to 11 IncG Mrs M C Harbor 12 6 .CO O. Shcnyo E 40' of N 50' 15 G Same N SO' 16 6 Baker Wilson 8 7 3.00 ,60 .CO G. P. Smith M. b. Chnppel E. At. Coppedge .16 .20 .60 .60 .60 9 & 10 8 1,20 1.20 1.20 B. B. Lashot 13 C. A. Taut 14 8 East Ark. Lbr. Co. 1 & 2 9 J. W. Williams 3 9 H. L. Chambers 5 9 East Ark. Lbr. Co. G 9 Elizabeth TUImnii 7 9 Harry Bailey 11 Iq .CO 1.20 1.20 .60 .GO .GO .60 60 .60 .CO C. J. Evrard Unknown George Wah\ John Harper C. J. Evrard Uimle Payne 16 inc. 9 3.60 3.50 3.IJO 1 10 3 10 4 10 5 10 e 10 7 10 .CO .CO .60 .60 .00 .60 .60 .60 .CO P. E. Rogers Lot 12 NW 2.40 Morse & Kirshner Lot 10 NW .40 Katie McLeod Lot 17 NW .40 .40 .40 B. W. Cntt Lot 22 NW .80 .80 ,80 Will McFnrlnml Lot 23 NW 1.20 1.20 R. W. Scott Lot, 24 NW .80 .80 .80 Irregular Lots Seulion 17-15-11 Jaines T. Alles 4 ,20 acres .2'J .23 PJumio M. Pride : 36 1.38 acres .,- 1.15 O. W. Coppedge 37 .22 acres .23 .23 Unknown '44 1.19 acres .09 .09 American United Life Ins. Co. Ada Luster 47 M8 acres 15 .21 acre; 5.81 .20 ,20 East Arkansas Lbr. Co. 17 .20 acres .20 W. F. Cannon 24 Lot .52 Mart Butler 30 .22 acres .20 ,20 American United Life Ins. Co. 31 .43 acres .40 Same 48 2.22 acres 1.80 James Aiiiiilioii Walter Waddy 1 A . .80 .80 E. Harber EV4 2 A .40 Milton Stcrnberg E'« 2 ti Wit 3 B .80 J. W. Badcr 2 C .80 S. Brewer 5 C .80 S. C. Alexander C & N 1-3 7 C 1,07 M. J. Holly S 2-3 7 C .53 .53 .lolly Addition J. W. Malonc 2 .20 .20 .20 W. O. Blue 5 .20 Jones Addition G. G. Caudili 13 & 14 1 2.00 .Imlil Addition E. Halstead C .18 .18 M. Halstead 7 .18 .18 A. Halstead 8 .18 .18 Lee Subdivision George M. Lee 2 .38 .28 .28 Same 3 & Nannie Poole Sallie Hancock Geo, M. Lee Chas. Bedford .28 .28 .28 15&16 I.inisforcl Addition Darrnll Ltmsford 3 2 Marsh Addition W. H. McCall I to 4 inc. 1 Know Craig C 1-3 3 & 4 2 .93 G. C, Hawks 3 & 4 3 A. M. Tale 5 & 6 3 2.80 Mrs. L. M. Burnett 10 & \v>i 11 4 Dr. E. V. Hill E!4 11 & all 12 4 Myrtle G. Martin I 5 1.00 7.00 .93 .93 3.60 S. C. Moore C. E. Hawkins 2.10 2.10 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.40 5 1.40 1.40 1.40 Miller & Grecnlcc AdrliHon Fannie Huffman 6 2 .60 Miller & Grcenlce Subdivision Powell Lime & Cement Co. N 1-3 W',4 3 S. L. Webster S 77 ',4* 3H Morris Addition Mrs. W. T. Matthews 1 & ?, A .17 .CO 4 A Edna Y. Husband 7 A ''owlkcs, Latta & Gordon • . 8 A Flora M. Trimue 9 A Realty Purchase Co. - . 10 A .23 Pltimle Pride : 17 ' B ' .23- Mrs. Mary Brogden 19 B C. E. Cobb 5&U C Unknown 10 C \V. B. Mays 11 to 14 inc C P. M. Pride 15 C Mrs. Ed McMnuon .23 .23 .23 . .23 .23 '.23 .23 .40 .23 .23 .23 .80 .80 .80 1 to 5 inc. 11 1.00 100 100 E. F. Wilson 1, 2 & 3 12 .CO D. M. Eaton 4 12 Sudbury Addition P. A. Robinson 8 & E>4 9 2 1.20 Sunnysldc Addition Eugene Perloat 4 1 C. Ogle E-:t. 5 1 .60 J. F. Province . 1 2 .GO B. ,E. PvOberts 2'& 3 2 Elijah Jelks Sarah Buckner Candace Fitz John Irvin 2 & O. Slionyo Lee Irvin 5 & C. Ogle Est. G. W. Murphy Lige Bryant R. Small C. R. Bell C. Ogle Est, O. Shonyo G. P. Williams C. Ogle Est Annie Walker 10 & 11 A. Jones 12 G. P. Williams 13 C. R. Bell . 14 Robert Small 3 & 4 1.20 1.20 .60 .GO .CO .60 .GO 1.20 1.20 1.20 .60 .GO 1,20 .CO .CO .60 60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .00 .60 .W .00 .CO .GO .60 C. Ogle Est. Wallace Lucius Lillie Collins E. Williams : Elijah Jelks • Jennie Hays O. Shonyo B 1.20 1.20 1.20 5 .CO .60 .CO 5 .60 5 .60 G 1.20 1.20 1.20 .CO .GO .60. ,60 A. Johnson 15 & 10 C. R. Bell 1 & 2 .23 .23 C. Ogle Est John Taylor .92 John Taylor . .60 .GO .GO' .60 6 1.20 1.20' 7 L20 .CO .60 .60 .60 .00 .60 .GO 19 Unknown & 20 G .23 .46 .23 .40 .23 - .23 J. L. Hyde 1 & 2 P. M. Pride 10 J. A. Tinner 22 E ' .23 -.23 .23 Jas. T. Allen 10 P .23' -' Hebwtti Patterson Subdivision Rebecca Patterson 1 to 1C inc. 1 4.10 4.16 4.16 Dave Reynolds 12 .26 Rebecca Patterson E 1-3 2, 3 & 6 2 .26 .20 .26 Clyde Sower C 1-3 2, 3 & G 2 .26 .26 .26 Rebecca Palterson W 1-3 2, 3 & B 2 .26 .26 ,26 Snme 5 2 .26 .26 .20 Kichards Addition Jda T. Minyard 6 E .80 .80 I, B. Stewart 10 p .80 .80 .80 Clyde Hobinson Addition S. Joseph 8, 9 & 10 2 2,40 Kdu-ln Robinson Addition Mary .fe Walter Turner 1, 2 & 3 4 1.80 1 80 Gordon Wright 64- .90 . .90 Henry Adams 9,10,11 4 1.80 1.80 1.80 O. A. Taylor Will Sales Delia Bella Sarah Phillips Eula Buchanan Mary Turner J. S. Oliver .60 .60 .60 .60 .CO .60 .CO .60 .60 leln Hubbard 15, 16 5 1.20 t.20 1.20 J. H. Hendrix 1, 2 6 1.20 1.20 1.20 Chas. Spencer -1.5 6 1.20 1.20 P. White G & 7 e 1.20 1.20 1.20 W. C. Leggettll,12 G 1.201.20 L. W. Hnrnway 13, 14 & 15 6 J. R. Roberts 16 G .60 Eugene Wright 18 0 ,60 Bennle Chapman 1.80 .00 .60 12 & 13 2 5 & 6 Will Ross Mary Cox- Jon. Atkins 7 & 8 8 .34 John Barr 9 j Jack Glllls 3 fc 4 9 Fred Whimper 7, 8 9 ,34 G. C. Brown 2 10 John King 3 10 Amelia Sherof 6 10 Dave Mahan 8,9,10 10 Morgan Kimbro 11 10 J. Si L. Mann 1 to 4 Inc. 11 I. Anderson 511' R. & I. Johnson Hiram Taylor Isiah Truss J. F. Smith I & Ada Huffman Ike Weils 4 & Lizzie Moss John Holmes B. Dumas Shirley Hamilton 9 12 Call Reynolds 10 12 .19 G H 7 11 9 11 2 12 3 12 5 12 6 12 7 12 8 12 .17 .51 .17 .68 .17 .17 .17 Marie Baker 2 13 .19 .34 .34 .17 .34 .34 .17 .17. .51 .17 .88 .17 .17 .11 .17 .19 .38 .19 .19 .19 ,19 ,19 1.20 .17 .34 .34 .17 .34 .34 .17 .17 .11 .51 .17 .68 .17 .17 .17 .17 .38 .19 .38 .19 .19 .19 .19 .19 Fannie Adams Fannie Allen Amanda Minor Tan .00 .60 .60 .00 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .CO .60 Matthews C&7 C. Ogle Est 1 Blytheville I.br. Co. 8 1.20 1.20 1.20 9 .CO .CO .CO 2 9 Will McClellan 3 & Lucy Brown Robert Small .60 .60 1.20 1.20 .60 .60 .GO .60 Spradley Subdivision P. E. Reeves E pi 2 & S pt 3 & 4 1.80 Sunrise Addition G. C. Hawks E 25' 3 1 H. C. Adams 7,8, P 2 Tolcr Subdivision Sarah Mingle C Vick's Subdivision East Arkansas Lbr. Co. 1 West End Subdivision 3.00 1.00 .80 Unknown Gus Bco;e 5 Unknown Effe Johnson G. Rollings 1 & G .60 .60 .60 1.20 .GO .GO .GO .60 .00 .60 10, 11 & 12 Ben Pastel Chas. Menx Unknown Jno. King Bernie Fields E. Smith 21 16 17 18 19 30 22 1 1.80 1 1 1 1 1 I 1.80 .60 .60 .60 .GO .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 1.20 Unknown 23, 24, 25 1 1,80 1.80 1.8C 26 27 C. Loherg W. McClcvo Eugene Robinson 30 & 31 Unknown 32 & 33 Unknown 31 Unknown 1 I 1 .60 .GO 1 1.20 1 1.20 1.20 1.2C Blytheville Lbr Co 2 2 .60 .60 .60 Unknown 4. 5 & G 2 1.80 1.80 1.80 Nathan Brittain 8 10 11 12 15 2 1.20 1.20 1.20 2 .60 .60 .CC 2 .6C 2 .60 .60 .60 2 .60 .60 .6' 2 1.20 1.20 1.2i Unknown Sam McLemore Evelyn Sims Sally Flynn N. Northern 16 & 17 Willie it. Hudson 19 & 20 Ed Preacher 21 Anderson Bullings 22 2 .60 .60 .60 Unknown 23. 24&2S 2 1.80 1.80 1.80 Jane Postel 1&2 3 1.20 1,20 1.2o Unknown 3 *' 4 3 1.20-1.20 1.20 Will Turrell 5&6 3 1.20 1,20 1.20 1.20 .CO .60' E. Brittain 8 & 9 H. L. Atkins H. P. Splcer 16 3 1.20 3 .60 1.20 .60 .60 1, 2 & 3 4 1.80 1.80 1.80 Maggie Postell Unknown 5 Isaac Daniels 6 & 7 Unknown West Ross Stevens 8 Gate Rcplat S A .60 .60 1.20 .60 .00 - .60 .60 .60 ROSS Stevens w 15' 9 A J, H. McCprkle 3 & 4 13 .38 .38 Lige Wilson 6 13 .19 .19 Chas. Campbell 7 13 .19 .19 2.40 2.40 C. Simmons 8 13 .19 .19 (Bonnie Hcnson 5 .38 ; A. E. Scott 2 .19 C. R. Layman3&4 .19 L. V, Hughey 5 .19 E. Carney e .16 .05 .16 ,16 .16 •rentier Bridges Mined And Guarded In Klein- basel Vicinity BY.AUMIONS THOMA United Press Staff Correspondent ZURICH, Switzerland (UP) — Swiss troops are guarding the bridge ver the Rhine and the River Wiese, between which lies the German •allrtmd station, 1,000 yards from he Swiss-German frontier, arid In Swiss territory. Basle is Swiss, but the Rhine runs through the town from east ,o west and in the northern part, known as Klclnba.se), is situated the •crman railroad station. So, Just in event German soldiers cr:ss the bridges over the Wiese, which also is in Swiss tcr- •itory, but between Kleinbasel and tiie frontier, Swiss troops also are •narding the bridges over the Rhine which divides Basle into northern and southern districts. They also have mined the bridges over bath rivers, so that in event of war or attack they can be blown up. Basic Doubly !"rofectcrt Even if an invading force reached the German railroad station in Kleinbasel by merely taking-' the irain from Frankfort, there still would be the bridge across the Rhine to be crossed before the major part of the town of Basle could be taken. • ...... , Germany's extraterritorial,-rights in Ihe railroad station at Klein- basel are defined in the treaty of i852. This lays down that in timu of peace a maximum of only 30 German soldiers are allowed to pass through the German station at a time, and without ammunition. Swiss officials who are constantly on duty In and near the station arc given free access and there also are several Swiss offices in the station itself. In addition, the railroad from Prankfort to the German station in Kleinbasel skirts the Wiese River in Swiss territory and is therefore under observation from the various patrols. Only One Kail Outlel The German station is connected to the Central railroad station in the southern part of the town, but any ll.-aiiis have to pass over bridges across the Rhine, which are guarded day and night toy Swiss troops. Switzerland, fearful of the European situation, extended compulsory, military service this spring. All able-bodied men up ,tx> GO years are liable for conscription in a new nuxlHanv service created by the Federal Council. The little country has no standing armv and is dependent upon its National Militia. Soldiers in this service ire required to spend some time wilh the cjlors each year. Before the new decree was Issued the age limit for militia service was 48. With n population of 4.000,000. Switzerland has been able to mobilize 200.000 combatants in nn emergency.'' This total does not include the unarmed "Landsturm," comprising 60,000 men of advanced age. Actress-Model Aspires To Be Anthropologist NEW YORK (OP) — Glamorous 21-year4old Lola Shaw, ''Hunter College student, ,vants to give up a career of acting and modeling to become an anthropologist. Lola, who in private life is the wife of Robert Mautncr, believes that there is a spiritual relationship between her and the Mayan Indians of Yucatan and expects to do research work there some day. High Value Put On Yellow SAN FRANCISCO (UP) — The Yellow Taxicab company of this city values Its right to be "yellow" at $100,000. It lias brought suit for that amount • against the White Taxicab company charging the latter is Imitating .the Yellow's color design and furnishing Its drivers with yellow caps. Baby Bonds Popular PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Nearly $13,000,000 in federal "baby bonds" were sold in Philadelphia during 1938, according lo Postmaster C .16 .16 .16' Joseph P. Gallagher, (f.

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