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-PAGE SK BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sanction For Adrninislra- tion Programs Highlights 1938-1939 Courl Term .WASHINGTON COP) — General Judiciar sanction for administration programs, accompanied by several sharp warnings that governmental activities must be kept within legal bounds,V highlighted the Supreme Court's 1938-39 ICTJJIS. The tribunal .further extended federal and state taxing powers, rejected challenges to constitutionality of two major New Deal programs—Tennessee Vailej" Authority and. the new Agricultural Adjustment Act— and placed deli nile restrictions on National Labor Relations Board activities. The. court's pro-admlrifsiratjon majoilty ,-was, strengthened by President Roosevelt's appointment of two new Justices. Both jurists replaced former members of tlie "liberal trio" of 1033-37 era dissenters who objected to judicial Invalidation of so many New Deal experiments of that period. To replace the late Justice Benjamin Nathan Cnrdozo, who died during last year's summer recess, President Roosevelt in Jamwr> appointed Felix Frankfurter, Harvard law professor. . When 83-year-old Justice Louis Dembitz Brnndels retired In February,. Mr. Roosevelt selected lib Securities and Exchange chairman, 40-year-old William Orville Douglas, ns his successor,. Seven Decisions Significant Seven, decisions were regarded generally as outstanding among the court's rulings during the term. In'.those cases, the court held that: 1—Private utilities have ho legal standing', to challenge constitutionality of TVA, so that apparently there is no way of obtaining a direct ruling on the program's validity. 2—The National Labor Relations Board exceeded its authority in ordering the Consolidated Billson Company of New York to void its 'labor contract with an American ''Federation of Labor affiliate. 3—The: Labor Board exceeded Its authority in directing the Fansteel Metallmgical Corporation of North Chicago, III., to reinstate a gioup of men found to have • been discharged as part of tm antiunion drive but \\ho participated in a sit-down strike at the firm's plant. 4—The century-old doctrine of reciprocal immunity of state mid federal. employes from taxation by the other' government was crrone- SATURDAY, JUNE ,3, 1939 Captured Chinese Ainazon Japanese point to this picture from Shanghai of n Chinese womnr soldier among men prisoners as proof thaat women of China engage in nctunl trout line lighting. ous, and hereafter there will no such reciprocal immunity. be 5—The Federal government may place quotas on the quantity ol farm products a farmer mtiy market, even'though the court in 1937 forbade direct Federal regulation of farm production in oullmving the original AAA. -G—Courts should work in a spirit of. cooperation with quasi- judicial administrative agencies, and therefore $586,000 impounded during litigation over validity of a rate order.proposed for handling of ent- ile at' the Kansas City stockyards should remain In the hands of the district, court while the government seeks to correct procedural deficiencies which resulted.in invalidation of the original order. 7—Past membership in the Communist party is not a valid grounds for deportation" of non-naturalized aliens and a deportation ordei against Joseph George. Streckor, Austrian-born Hot Springs, Ark., restaurant operator, based on Streckcr's admitted past Communist party membership, was invalid NLtlR Also Uphclil The term was not a complete loss for the labor b:ard. however Despite the fact that its orders it, the Consolidated Editon, Faiistcel and two other cases were overruled, it was upheld in two othci cases. It was sustained on an' Important procedural point when the high tribunal ruled that Circiul Courts of Appeals have discretion to remand orders to the board fa further proceedings, even though the circuit court's jurisdiction tc review the order has been'-' fullj established. This ruling rejected the Ford Motor Company's suit tc compel the sixth circuit court (c pass on-validity of a board ordei against it, without remanding tin order for. new proceedings as requested by the board. .The, board's second victory camt when the court upheld its Jurisdiction over labor aflairs of (hi Somervtlle, N. 0, Manufacturing Company, a small textile factory which challenged HLRB jurisdiction on the grounds that it was engaged solely in intrastato commerce. The tribunal, however, upheld the board's contention that It had jurisdiction because the company's, output was shipped to it from out-of-state and on completion was' Immediately re-shipped to other slates. The board's, two other setbacks . came when the tribunal set aside orders directed against the Sands Manufacturing Company, Cleve- land, and the Columbian Enamel- Ing snd Stamping company, Terre Hau.te, Ind., on the grounds that evidence and findings- did not • support the board's conclusions and orders; 'All four NLRB cases found the court's membership divided. /"."Board's Jurisdiction Upheld (' In the'Consolidated Edison case, the tribunal upheld the board's claim lo jurisdiction—sharply challenged .by the company on the grounds that it was purely n local, intraslate utility—and ordered the company to comply with parts of Ihe order calling for cessation of certain unfair labor practices, Justices Pierce Butler and James C. McReynolds contended that the board did not have jurisdiction over the company and that the entire order should have been set aside. But Justices Huso L. Blnck and Stanley F. need thought the entire" order, Including the part • culling for imlllfleallon of the A: F. of L. contract, should have been upheld. In the Fflnsleel case, Justices Black-and Reed again, argued thai the order ".should have been upheld, ind (hat the only way to remedy the company's anti-union discrimination was to reinstate Die discharged employes even though they lad participated in sit-down. Justice Harlan F. Slone wrote o separate opinion, agreeing that the slt- downers should not be reinstated but contending that the court erred in setting aside a part of the board order calling for reinstatement of a group of workers who aided Ihe ill-downers from oulsldc the plant. In the Sands and Columbian cases, Justice; Blnck and Reed again dissented, on grounds that the court . was assuming unwarranted powers by substituting its judgment of tiie evidence for timt of the board. Black's Dissents Vigorous Justice Black, whcse louo dissents attracted considerable attention during the 1937-38 term, put himself further on record ns cp- josefl to Federal court interference h administration of state law by vigorous one-man dissents In two cases Involving validity of Florida statutes. Because slate a\vs "arc continually subjected to :onstitullonnl attacks by those who do not wish (,-> obey them," Black said, "it becomes increasingly important lo protect slate :overum;nl5 from needless expensive burdens and- suspensions of 'lielr' laws incident to federal xiirl Injunctions issued OH allegations that show no right to relief." Authority' of states to enact whatever regulations they may choose for traffic In alcoh:lic beverages again was defended when the court upheld validity of Mis- jouri and Indiana statutes impos- n Store Watermelon War (Continued from Pnge 5) Sup, Owner Sup.. Owner Lot Blk 1030 1937 10381 Unknown .S.Howard 1 &2'7 1,20! Peoples Bide & r.nt Blk 1930 1937 1D38 8 10 .CO ,00 SO ,u!n Howard 37 ,CO R. IS, Traslcy 47 'GO Ohiekasawlia Addition Wolf Arlan E 26' 1 & all 29 1.00 J. L. Tyrone 7 0 1,20 1,20 1.20 Jane Robinson E 10' 2 10 .20 I, 11. Fisher 1&2 11 2.00 2.00 2.00 Haiy Phillips nobln- .'on 11 & 12 11 2.00 I, A. Webb 5 & a 12 1.60 l.fiO 1.00 .true McUnnon 5 & W',{- 4 14 .80 .00 .90 Mrs. l,yn Gooeli 11 15 .80 J. S. Driver S25'15 10 .40 Chlckasawlia Gardens Chns. Phillips 3 & 5 2 ,32 .32 1\ E. McBrlde 7 2 .10 .18 .1C Costcn Riibdlvislnii ?,. B. Harrison 4 & 5 1530 Male Daniels Addition W. L. Wright 3 Jim Howard 4 ifc 5 \1iUUe Swift 7&8 Jno. Alsop 12 & 13 Jell Waters 14 & 15 Unknown 211 3 12 N\i 1 12 .CO Loan B. B. Lashot Wendell Phillips O. B. Phillips S!4 7 & 8 12 Wendell Phillips E 5' Nit 8 12 Ifollamlale Addition K. J. Ilulley 9 A .26 Unknown 5 B !. Parks G & 7 B I. M. Cullc.r 11C 28 .28 :, Todd W it 3 ff. 11)1. 4 E .42 .42 'oin Smith 1 to 1 Inc F . E. Vickers 5 P .28 .28 . B. Walker 1 p .28 Sup. Owner Lot Blk I33C1937 1938 Same 3 to 7 Inc A 0.00 5.00 0.00 8 A .00 .CO .60 1 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 3 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 Same N 1 /. .CO E. E. Pope .GO E. D. Ncblns U. M. Morris Esl 0 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 .30 Betty Alley j Morris Estate 8 ,CO .CO, Betty Alley S'/ U & 10 7 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 1) 1,40 1.40 1.40 .08'P. Johns B 1.40 1.40 .00 1 .GO .00 1 1.20 1 1.20 1.20 1 1.20 1.20 1 1.20 1.20 1.20 2 ,CO ;. .00 Eighlecn-ycar-olci Muriel Campbell, above, of Bcrwjn. III., is dead because companion allegedly "swiped" watermelon in Chicago friiil store, ftthcn Papas, store's nlghl 'watchman, shot Miss Campbell during argu- monl over the "robbery." law school violated the constitution's equal protection clause, sluci: there was no negro law school in the state which Halncs might altend 3—Ruled that Ihe Federal firearms registration net is valid. 4—Alarmed an anti-trust decree lion by (he government In lower c:urts forbidding two large Texas motion picture theater chains from conspiring with flhn distributors to ban showing of certain classes of'films on double feature programs and lixtug minimum ticket prices for those classes of films. 5—Held "so vngue" as to be unconstitutional HI e New Jersey slaliilc providing punishment for „ . . . -.--• i »»>' person arrested as a "gangster," ait' discriminatory regulations and denning a gangster as- "nu« igainst importation of liquors from person not engaged in any" law! states which themselves have ta- .. . iiscriminatin liquors. In the field of taxati:n. in ad- tilion to setting aside the doctrine Df reciprocal Immunity, the tribunal upheld lmp:silion of California's 'use tax" ou materials used wilhln the slate V>y the Southern Pacific Hnilrcad and the Pacific Telephone Susie Carr 6 lo 9 Ihc 2 2.40 2.40 2.40 Unknown 10 2 .49 .40 00 Davis 1st Addition Mrs. Mary Vivian t & 2 7 2,00 C. M. Gray Jr. 6 7 1.00 1,00 1.00 J. D. Driver % 15 15 .40 Library Assn. 6 10 .BO .80 Mrs. L. W. Gosnell Esl. 7 to 10 Inc 16 3.20 3,20 Same 11 10 .80 Clyde Robinson 12 if! .80 J, W. BadcrNlia 1 7-& 8 18 .88 llavis 2nd Addition Mary Jarbro Sit 2 3 .CO .GO N. Johns S 95' 1 4 .95 .95 Same Ex N 45' E!i 2 4 1.17 .90 Same 3 4 1.40 Same W!i 8 & all 9 4 2.10 2.10 2.10 Anderson <fe Crane 5 5 1.40 1,40 1.40 Mahan Estate 5 & 6 fi 2.8( Davis 3rd Addition S. Saliba 8 &. 9 2 2.40 Myrtle Matthews W 1 /. 13 & all 14 2 1.1 Lucy Avcrltt 2 & Wli 3 3 1.81 C. J. Evrard E',i 3 & all 4 3 1.80 l.SC W. A. Edwards 5 3 1.20 1.20 1.21 Dr. J. A. Satlba 8A 3 1.08 1.01 Same 8 & E 40' 9 3 2.07 2.0' W. B. Crews Prl S 2-3 13 & 14 3 1.61 Prank Mnhan E 10' 7 4 .22 .22 .2: Equitable B 'A L Assir 7A 4 1,08 Reeves Allen 8 & W 6' 8A 4 1.33 Mablc Walls 11 4 1.20 1.20 W. R. Adams 12 4 1.20 1.20 1.2i Mrs. J. D. Swift 10 &, 11 5 2.41 Sunshine Swift 12 5 1.20 1.20 1.21 Mrs. D. H. Blnekwood 13 5 H.20 i.2C Allic.Slsk '. ..4 6 1,21 C. R. MoblcyS&G 8 2.80 •" ' •,.' Davis Brothers Subdivision H. T. Bryant 4 10 1.40 nougau Addition U M. Ross N 40' 7, 8 1 .08 ,08 .08 J. C. Thurman * E 10' of S 58' fi 2 ..01 .01 L. S.. Brlscoe W 40' of S 58' G 2 .03 .03 Same S 58' 7 & 8 2 .08 .08 Harris Addition Z. B. Harrison / 8 to 14 inc. 1 5,60 Hcnrn Addition N. F. Kulghl 81 1.40 Henry Slngcry 9 1 1.40 1.40 1.40 E. D. Gillen 4 & 5 2 i 2.40 2.40 Ben II. Lincoln 10 2> 1.20 Lena Mae Burns E 38' 7 & 8 3 1.27 II. S. Hearn G, 7 & W 33' 8 3 2.G1 Sam Roe Bit E 51' 1 5 2.40 2.40 2.40 W, E. Armstrong 3 & 4 5 2.80 2.80 He.-irn Second Addition Mrs. Maud HalsteacI 7 & 8 B Henry Hamby 6 A, Hearn and Perry .28 1C W. G, Baker 17 East Ark, I,br. Co. B 1,40 1.40 1.40 B 1.40 1.40 1.40 10 B 1.40 HoHlpeter and Shonyo Addition 50 J. S. Matthews W 11 1.40 1,40 1.40 .28 It. B. Cash 2 C UO 1.40 1.40 I Ida Hicks 5 C 1.40 1.40 .42 -T, W. Eskrldge 9 O 8.00 8.00 j.12 Unknown S 29' 14 C 1.16 l.lfi 1,10 .28! P. J. O'Brien Subdivision ;zeph O'Brien Dan Davis 3 O. Shonyo 1 & 4 >.ora Thompson c V Brown B Wnlter llim-l J.ive & Bhdle Pinkey O. Shoriyo Eugene Perloat 11 .20 .20 ,20 .20 .20 .20 .20 1 lo 11 Inc i W. C. Wood 4 & 5 .20 .40 Ark-MO Power Co, 7 2 1 0.60 C,GO O.flO 2 1.20 1.20 1.20 ,20! O. C. Will Stall-link 2 2 .20 .20 .20 i Win. Bartley 3 & 4 2 Evelyn Stewart 5 2 .20 .20 O. C.' Collier 7 & 8 2 W. C. & D. Clark 9 2 O. Shonyo 12 2 Mamie Jones 13 2 Arthur Roguemore 14 Will Slstrunk 15 O. Shonyo 18 Mae Pearson I .20 Pearl Mann 10 2 .20 Zeph O'Brien 11 2 Dyslnger 14 Si 15 2 1,20 1.20 1.20 .20! Emma Oiler ' 17 2 .60 .20 O. It. Williams IB 2 .CO 20 2 .GO .GO .00 .20 .20 Mrs, AUtry Original Survey ,20 ,20 .20 .20 .20 Uobcirt Mallory 2 Esther Johnson 3 Johnnie Soward 0 Meltlc Soward 7 & 8 3 O. Shonyo 13 3 Ella, Jackson 14 3 Walter Davis 15 3 Cicero Ogle Est. 2 & Millie Harvey O. Johnson Callic Gray 3 4 4 4 5 4 O. Shonyo Jim Lowe 10 Pear) Matthews 10 Win. Jones 3 & 4 Eliza Wnrrcn 7 O. Shonyo II Mary Paniell 12 Zellner Thurman 13 O. Shonyo 14 U Bell J. M. Ferguson Lydia Moran Evelyn Settlex J. W. Floyd Ira Jones George Taylor 5 & C Uiia While Mose Wells Katie Jones Naomi Shipp O. Anderson Joe Pine ,20 .20 .20 .20 .40 .20 .20 .20 ,20 .20 .20 .40 ! G. E. Cross 20 ,20' Henrietta Gond .401 21 & 22 ,20, L. E. McFall 2B .20. J. F, Smith 30 & 37 ' Equitable Bids,' & I/Ottit SO .20 O. B, Freeman 51 .20 C. W. Gosnell 53&54 U. P. Smith 55 .20 ,20 Z. T. Gaincs (ii .20 .20 Mrs. W. M. Phillips .20 ,20 C2 .20 .20 S. C. Craig G4&G5 .40 .40. O. E. Stewart 07 .20 .20 J. H. Honey 73 .20 Joe C, Watson U Sam Grimes 85 J. T. Allorcl 87, 88 & 89 Sup. Owner Lot Blk 193C1937 1938 ,20 .20 .20 .20 ,20 .20 .38 ,19 ,20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .40 tfnck Chaney 2 14 ,20 .20 :liiby lemons 3 14 Percy Smith 5 14 Callic Smith 0 14 Amanda Langford 7 14 Ous Gray 1 & 2 15 C. E. Nobors 3 15 )lcero Ogle Est. 5 15 Amanda Uingfoixi 7 15 EdilU Green 3 10 Norman Baker 1, 2 n Joe Black 3 17 liuilille llfljjhts Addition L, Waters 7 1 C. Unknown 4, 5 & C 2 .60 .60 Jack F, Robinson 7, 8 & 9 2 .GO .CO .00 F. A. Robinson 10 & 11 2 .40 R, E. Blaylock 14 & A. Wallace R. N. Hill D. G. Stout 15 9 2 3 Jane Brndshor 4 5 2 3 Lizzie C'rlgger Mrs, Gosnell J. W. Moore 1.00 1.00 1,00 2,00 -2,00 2.00 1,00 1.00 2.40 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 l.GO .80 .80 .80 .80 .80 .80 .80 1.00 l.fiO 1.60 American Bldg & Loan 4 0 .20 Lizzie P. digger 5 0 . .20 0 Q .20 7 6 .20 8 B Daisy Hill 9 & 10 8 .40 Sup, Owner Lot Blk 19301937 1938 C. F, Cooper 9 C .10 Punk Willis Subdivision Constance Westbrook .18 1 .48 .48 Same 2 .48 ,48 .48 Same , 3 .48 Town of Varbro M. C. Flowers 3 1 1.00 1,00 1.00 Mitchell & Bollard! 2 1.00 M. C. Flowers 7 2 1.00 Minnie Sadler 9 2 1,00 1.00 1.00 Ynrbro Warehouse Co. 7 3 4,00 4.00 All persons and corporations Interested in said lands, are hereby notified that they are required, by law, lo appeal 1 within four (4) weeks and inake defense to said suit, or the same will be taken as confessed, 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 nntl cost allowed by law. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk of *a!d Court. ! By: Elizabeth Ely the, D. C. A. G. Wheat T. W. Jackson George Webb Lizzie P. digger 1 7 .80 .80 .CO .GO 1.80 1.80 1.80 .40 .40 .20 '.20 j Park Addition .20 .2o|Wm. C. Wood 2 1 .00 .60 60 .20 |O. E. Wright 3 1 .60 .GO .20 .20 Mrs. R. A. McLeod G 1 .GO .60 .20 A. T. Earl 7&8 1 1,20 i.20 1.20 .20 .20 Mrs. C. W. Gosnell 3 2 .60 .40 Connie Smith 4 2 .QO .20 .20 Unknown 5, fl & 7 2 ' 1.80 .20 .20, Mrs. Alvin E. Sullivan 1 U & 12 Daisy R. HI1I7&8 7 .40 .40 .20 ,20 ,20 ,20 .20 .20 .20 .40 .20 Harry Wcedraan 2 H. W. May J. W. Prnzler Joe Martin 5 is .20 G 10 A. G. Wheat 9 to 12 inc. 10 .80 .80 .80 A. G. Wheat 1 to 5 inc. 11 1.00 1.00 1.00 E. F, Wilson 1, 2 & 3 12 .GO .GO .GO D, M. Eaton 4 12 .20 .20 Suilbury Addition F. A. Robinson 8 & E'/. 9 2 1.20 Sunnyside Addition Eugene Perlont C. Ogle Est. J. P. Province Elijah Jeiks Sarah Buckner .20| .20 Sallte Adams Est. 1 .20 .20 P. C. Rothrock 3 UO 4 .GO .CO .20 .20 .20 .20 ,20 .40 .20 .20 N 1-3 8 & 9 A. D. Dolan 14 .40 ,60 .20 S. L. Porsythel&2 C 1.20 1.20 1.20 ' .40 .00 .40 .GO . . . .20 ' Gordon dimming;-, 9 C .00 .60 ,60 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20' Lee Musgravc 12 0 .00 .CO ,20, Mary Jane Drake 5 7 Equitable Bldg & Loan N 100' 2 8 .30 .3(5 B. E. R-oberts2&3 4 7 Candace FiU 5 John Irvin 2 & 3 O. Shonyo 4 Lee Irvin 5 & o C. Ogle Est. .CO .60 .60 .GO .GO .60 .GO 1.20 1.20 .60 ,60 .GO ,00 .60 4 1.20 1.20 1,20 G. W. Murphy Ligc Bryant R. Small 6 .20 .20 .20 piumie Pride .20 .20 .20 ,20 Mrs. John Halstcncl 4 2 Myrtle Soviet- J. Jackson 1.20 1.20 .GO Addition .60 .GO .60 .GO .00 .60 Highland Place Ailililira „,„ |)mon nol ngagcd ,ws occupation, known t , to be a member ig ngalust out-of-statc ] of a gang of two or more persons, who has been convicted at least three times of being a .disorderly person, or who has been convicted of any crime In this or any other G—Set aside the murder convic- llon of Hugh Pierre, St. John the Baptist parish. La., negro, on the (grounds that negr;cs were illegally ! barred from grand jury service in ind Telegarph Company, nlthoiiglilgroti •joth companies contended the exac- [ ban,. .,„ !ion was Illegal because Iliey were: the parish ibviously engaged directly in inter-! Further elforts to oblnl state commerce. But at the same ' •ime the tribunal ruled that Wash; n»ton could not Invpcse its "busi- n a ruling from the court en legality of the so-cnUcd "prudent investment" theory of uinny properly evaluation N. AT. Moore 1 A 3 Minnie Brewer 4 1 .60 R. E. TyrtisG&E'.i 7 1 Geo. F. White 10 1 .60 John Wliitsitt 11 1 .GO T. E. Guard 13 1 .60 Ivy W. Crawford 3 2 East Ark. Lbr Co. 4 2 .GO Ivy W. Crawford 5, 6, 7, 8 & 13 2 F. T. Elder 1C 2 .CO Mrs. Dora p. Davis 5 4 .60 Joe A. McChire C Si Efi 7 4 L. G. Thompson 9 4 J. P. Livingston Ex W 20' the N 40' 10 4 L. G. Thompson W 20' N 40' 10 4 Unknown 11 Si Wit .60 .90 .60 .CO .GO .60 .GO 3.00 ,60 .60 1.20 .60 .GO .60 .30 .30 12 4 .90 .90 .90 Maltlc Roberts E!i 14 & nil 15 Unknown 1 C. D. Thompson 7 C, L. Lli-il'/enich 9 N. C. Conley 14 & 15 5 1.20 1.20 1.20 Olive R. Ileaton .60 .60 .60 7 to 11 Inc 6 3.00 Mrs M C Harber 12 6 .60 .GO .GO O. Slicnyo E 40' of N 50' 15 6 Same N 50' 16 '.ion selling fruit outside the slate :n behalf of orchardiKts, because such an imposition would IK an illegal interference with Interstate commerce. Tobacco Act Upheld In Important rulings aficcting other fields, the court also: 1—Upheld consUlulicnailly o f the Federal tobacco inspection act, providing for Inspection and grading by government agents of tobacco slid on certain designated markets. 2—Held lhal refusal of the University of Missouri to admit Llovd L. Galnes, SI. Louis negro, to its The new move for adoption of "prudent investment," whereby the amount prudently Invested In Ihc utility's properties used and useful In the public service would be iubpted ns Ihe rale-base value, came in a case involving constitutionality of the Pennsylvania temporary utility rate statute and a rntc order issued under It for the Edison Light and Pos'cr Company, York, Pa. The tribunal upheld the statute and the order on other grounds, however, and did not mention prudent Investment. Read Courier News wara nds. Baker Wilson 8 G. P. Smitli 13 M, L. Chaiipel 1 E. M. Coppcdgc .16 .20 ,60 .GO ,60 9 «t 10 8 1.20 1.20 1,20 B. 11. Lnsliol 13 C. A. Tant H East Ark, Lbr. Co. 1 & 2 J. W. Williams 3 H. L. Chambers 5 9 East Ark. Lbr. Co. 6 9 .60 Etebeth Tillmnn 7 9 .60 Harry Bailey 11 to .60 1.20 1.20 ,00 .60 .60 ,60 C. J. Evrard Unkriown George Wahl John Harper C. J. Evrard Llnnie Payne 16 Inc, 0 3.00 3.60 3.60 1 10 3 10 4 10 5 10 6 10 7 10 .60 .60 .80 • Irregular I.ols- Section 15-15-11 Creamery Package Co. Lot 10 NW 48.5248.52 irregular Lots Section 1G-15-11 C. M. Lear Lot 6 NW 2.40 2.40 2.40 W. B. Hall Est. Lot 7 NW 3,20 3.20 3.20 J, C. Buchanan Lot 9 NW 2.00 P. E. Rogers Lot 12 NW 2.40 Morse & Kirshner Lot 16 NW .40 Katie McLcod Lot 17 NW .40 .40 .40 R. W. Call Lot 22 NW .80 .80 ,80 Will McFarland Lot 23 NW 1.20 1.20 R. W. Scott Lot 24 NW .80 .80 .80 Irregular Lots Section 17-15-11 James T. Alles 4 .20 acres .23 .23 Piumie M. Pride 36 1.38 acres 1.15 O. W. Coppcdge 37*.22 acres .23 .23 Unknown 44 1.19 acres .GO .69 American Uniled Life Ins. Co, 47 5.38 acres 5.81 Ada Liisler 15 .21 acres .20 .20 East Arkansas Lbr. Co. 17 .20 acres .20 W. P. Cannon 2! 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 Addition Mrs. Edith Johnson N 80' 0 & 7 8 .08 .08 .08 J. r. I'ridc Subdivision 3 A .23 .23 American United Life Jns. Co. i 4 A .23 ' Edna Y. Husband 1 A .23 .23 Fowlkes, Ijitta & Gordon I- 8 • A •. . .23 .23 'lora M. Trirrtue 9 :A - ; .23 .23 lealty Purchase Co. C. K, Bell JC. Ogle Est. • ba | O. Shonyo G. F. Williams C. Ogle Est Walter Wnddy 1 E. Harber E',4 2 Miltcn Sternberg E'.G 2 & W',-1 3 J. W. Bader 2 S. Brewer 5 S. C. Alexander 6 & N 1-3 7 C 1.07 M. J. Holly S 2-3 7 C Jolly Addition J. W. Malone 2 .20 W. O. Blue 5 Jones Addition O. G. Caudilt 13 & 14 1 2.00 .In(Id Addilinu E. Hal stead 0 M. Halstead 7 A. HnUtead 8 I.ee Subdivision .80 .80 .SO .80 .53 .20 .53 .20 .20 .18 .18 .18 George M. Lcc Same 3 fs Nannie Poole Sallie Hancock Geo. M. Lee Chas. Bedford .28 .28 .28 15&16 l.unsforil Addition Darrall Lunilord 3 2 Marsh Addition W. H. McCall 1 to 4 inc. 1 Know Craig C 1-3 3 & 4 O. C. Hawks 3 & 4 A. M. Talc 5 & G Mrs. L. M. Burnett 10 St Wi 11 Dr. E. V. Hill E',6 11 & all 12 Myrlle G. Martin 1 .28 .28 .28 .56 .28 .28 .28 .56 1.00 7.00 .93 2 3 3 2.80 2.10 3. C. Moore O. E. Hawkins 2.10 1.40 1.40 1,40 1.40 5 1.40 1.40 1.40 Sillier & Grcenlce Addition Fannie Huffman 6 2 .60 Miller & Grccnlee Subdivision Powell Lime As Cement Co. , N 1-3 W',4 3 8. l>, Webster Morris Addition Mrs. W. T. Matthews I & 2 A 2,40 2.W .1' .60 Annie Walker .60 .GO 1.20 .80 .60 .00 .60 .60 .GO .60 .GO .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .00 .60 A. Jones O. F. Williams C. R. Bel! 10 & 11 12 13 14 5 1.20 1.20 1.20 5 .60 .60 .60 5 .60 5 .60 Robert Small 3 & 4 0 1.20 1.20 1.20 C. Ogle Est. Wallace Lucius Llllie Collins ' t -. 10 A .23 'lumie Pride'' 17 B .23 .23 .23 Mrs, Mary Brogden 19 B .23 C. E. Cobb 5&0 C .46 Unknown 10 C 23 W. B. Mays 11 loI4incC M. Pride 15 C .23 Mrs. Ed McMahon 19 & 20 C .46 .46 Unknown G D J. L. Hyde t & 2 E AS M, Pride 19 E .23 .23 J. A. Turner 22 E .23 .23 .23 Jas. T. Allen 10 F .23 Rebecca. Patterson Subdivision Rebecca Patterson 1 to 10 inc. 1 4.16 4.1U 4.16 Dave Reynolds 1 2 .20 Rebecca Patterson Williams | Elijah 'Jelks .23 .23 ' Jennie Hays 5 C 10 11 12 13 14 A. Johnson 15 & 16 ,231 C. R. Bell 1 & 2 .46 C. Ogle Est 3 .23' John Taylor 5 .92 John Taylor G .23 Fannie Adams 7 Fannie .Allen O. Shonyo .60 .60 .60 1.60 .60 .00 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 B 1.20 1.20 1 1.20 Amanda Minor .23 .23 .231 Tom Matthews .60 .GO E 1-3 2, 3 Clyde Sower C 1-3 2, 3 & G 2 .26 .26 .26 Rebecca Patterson & 6 2 .26 .26 .26 W Same 1-3 2, 3 & C .26 .26 Richards Addition .26 .26 Ida T. Minyard 6 F. .80 .80 I. B. Stewart 10 P .80 .80 .80 Clyde Kobmson Addition S. Joseph 8, 9 & 10 2 2.40 [jlwin Kolpinson Addition Mary & Walter Turner I. 2 & 3 Gordon Wright 6 1.80 1.80 .90 .90 Henry Adams 9,10,11 4 1.80 1.80 1.80 O. A. Taylor Will Sales Delia Bella Sarah Phillips Enla Buchanan Mfiry Turner J. S. Oliver .60 .60 .60 .60 .GO .CO .60 .60 Ida Hubbard 15, IG 5 1,20 1.20 1.20 J. H. Hendrix 1, 2 G 1.20 1.20 1.20 Chas. Spencer 4,5 0 1.20 1.20 P. White fi & 7 6 1.20 1.20 1.20 W. C. Lcggcttll, 12 6 L. W. Haraway 13. 14 & 15 J. R. Ilobcrls Eugene Wright Bcimle Chapman Will Ross Mary Cox 12 & 13 2 5 & 6 .60 .60 1.20'1.20 1.80 .60 .60 Jon. Atkins T k 8 8 .34 John Barr 9 8 Jack Gillis 3 it 4 9 Fred Whimper 7, 8 9 .34 G. C. Brown 2 10 John King Amelia Sherof 1.20 .17 .34 .34 6 10 .17 Dave Mnhnn 8,9,10 10 .51 Morgan Kimbro U 10 J. & L. Maim 1 to 4 Inc. II I. Anderson 5 n R. & I. Johnson 6 U 7 H 9 11 & 2 12 3 12 S; 5 12 8 12 7 12 8 12 Shirley Hamilton 9 12 Call Reynolds 10 12 Marie Baker 2 13 J. H. McCorkle 3 & 4 13 Llge Wilssn G 13 Chas. Campbell 7 13 Hiram Taylor Isiah Truss J. F. Smith' 1 .}da Huffman Ike Wells 4 Lizzie Moss John Holmes B. Dumas .17 .68 .17 .17 .17 .19 .38 .19 .17 .34 .34 .17 .17 .51 .17 .G8 .17 .17 .17 .17 .17 .34 .34 .17 .17 .17 .51 .17 .68 .17 .7 ,17 .17 .17 .38 .19 .33 .19 .19 ,19 .19 .19 .10 .38 .19 .19 .19 .19 .19 C. Ogle Est G & 7 1 BIylheville Lbr. Co. 8 1.20 1,20 1.21 9 .80 .80 .61 2 9 ,60 McClellan 3 & 4 Lucy Brown 5 Will 9 1.20 1.2C 9 .CO Robert Small 6 9 .60 .60 .61 Spradley Subdivision F. E. Reeves E pt 2 &S pt 3&4 1.80 Sunrise Ailditiuii G. C. Hawks E 25' 3 1 .8 H. C. Adams 7,8,9 2 3.0C .Toler Subdivision Sarali Mingle C 1.0 Vick's Subdivision East Arkansas Lbr. Co. 1 .8 West End Subdivision Unknown Gus Boose 5 Unknown Effe Johnson G. Rollings 1 & 6 7 8 .60 .60 .6 1.2 .GO .6 .60 ,6 10, II & 12 1 1.80 Ben Pastel Chas. Meux Unknown Jno. King Bernle Fields E. Smith 21 & 22 Unknown 23, 24, 25 1 1.80 1.80 1.8 C. Lobcrg 16 17 18 19 20 ,60 .60 .60 .60 W. McCleve 26 27 Eugene Robinson .60 .GO 30 Unknown 32 & Unknown Unknown 1 1.20 1 l.SO 1.20 1.' 1 .60 .60 .6 2 ,60 .60 .6 BIylheville Lbr Co 2 2 .60 .60 .6 Unknown 4. 5 & 6 2 1.80 1.80 1.8 Nathan Brittain Unknown & 8 10 2 1.20 1.20 1.2 Sam McLemorc 11 Evelyn Sims Sally Flynn 15 r5. Northern 16 & 17 Willie M. Hudson .60 .60 .60 .CO 2 1.20 1.20 1.2 Ed 19 Preacher 20 21 Anderson Bullings22 2 1.20 ,60 .60 .60 .60 Unknown 23, 24 & 25 2 1.80 1.80 1.8 Jane Postel 1&2 3 1,20 1.20 1.2 Unknown 3 & 4 Will Tuncll 5&G E. Brlttnln 8 & 9 H. L. Atkins 16 H. F. Spicer 1, 2 & 3 Maggie Postell Unknown 5 Isaac Daniels 6 & 7 Unknown West Ross Stevens 3 1.20 1.20 1.2 3 1.50 1.20 1.2 3 1.20 1.: 3 .GO .60 .6 4 1.80 1.80 1.8 4 .60 .60 .6 4 .60 .60 .6 4 1.: 8 4 .60 ,60 Gate Kcplat 8 A Ross Stevens W 15' 9 A C. Slmmoas 8 13 Donnle Hen son 5 B .38 .38 .38 A. E, SCott 2 C ,19 .19 .19 C. R. Layman 3 & 4 C .19 .19 .19 L. V. Hughey 5 C .19 ,19 .19 E. Carney 6 C .16 .16 .32 .32 .16 .16 .10 OTICE OF EXECUTION SALE Notice is hereby given that I, ale Jackson, Sheriff of Misslsslp- i County, Arkansas, will, on the 7th day of June, 1939, between hours of nine o'clock in the orenoon and three o'clock in the flenioon of said date, offer for Tie, at public outcry, to the Jilgli- st bidder on a credit of three lonths the following described cal estate In the Cb.ickftsa.wba district of Mississippi County, \rkansas, to-wit: The southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 12. Township 14 North, Range 8 East. Said sale will be held at the outh door of the court house in lie city of Blytheville, Arkansas. The purchaser will be required to ive bond with good security for iie payment of the purchase price, he security to be approved by me, ogcther with interest from the late of sale at the rete of six per :entum per annum. The sale will be made by virtue if a levy made by me under an "xecution issued out of the Chnii- 'ery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 23rd day of May, 939, upon a judgment rendered in aid court in favor of Barton- Mansfield Company, doing business as Manila Lumber Company, igainst Dr. V. R. Fox, defendant, aid execution being issued in favor of said plaintiff. Witness my hand this 24th day of May, 1939. HALE JACKSON, Sheriff. Reid & Evrard, Ally's. 27-3 Village Forms Orchestra But Put Ban on Swing : OLMSTED FALLS, O. (UP)—Vil- ia'gers here—25 of them—who are engineers, housewives, bankers-arid students by day, meet each Thursday night and play the classics— "just for the fun of it." The village of 700 now has'an orchestra which boasts a re|)er- toire ranging from Wagner to light opera. "We have fun," said Mrs. Edna Gcist, pianist-, otherwise a housewife and tlie mother of . twins, "that frequently we practice 'way past midnight without realizing how late it is." Kenneth J. Lang, 22-year-old music student, conducts the village concerts. "We're aiming at a program to please everyone," lie said, "and we include numbers by Wagner, Mozart, Strauss. We piay anything but swing." Missing Flyer's Intended Bride? If Tommy Smith had spanned Atlantic in baby clipper, he might have returned to marry Mrs. Helen Vancierbilt, above estranged wife of Cornelius Vanderbiit, Jr. Romance rumors started when Mrs. Vanderbiit anxiously telephoned from California to New York to obtain _ latest reports on missing flyer

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