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Btythevttl* (Ark.) Clurter News - Tuwdiy, July IS, UN- Figt n*t A PUSHOVER at the checkout counter is a new shopping cart developed for supermarkets. Made of a tough, lightweight, stainproof plastic that resists dents, ttweigte only 22 pounds, half the weight of the familiar steel carts. At the counter, made of the same material, the cart is tipped up by hydraulic lift to speed unloading. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Joe Lester The Culbertson Club met Thursday afternoon July 21 at 1 p.rnv-at the home of Mrs. A. E Webb with nine members arid three visitors, Mrs. Clara McKay, Mrs. Hazel Nuttle and Marilyn Webb. The president, Mrs. Lala Via, called the group td;-order. •the hostess .served ice cream floats and cookies. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Emogene Enerlon August 4 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Gertie Ladd spent several days visiting her daughter, Mrs. Faye Utley of St. Louis. She visited with a friend Mrs. Bell Crank of East St. Louis. They spent.three days with Mrs. Rachiel Weston of Connersville, Ind. Mrs. Geneva Butler, husband and family of Alton, 111., visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis entertained with a back yard barbecue In their honor.. Other guests included Mrs. Gertie Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Worlds and family, Kenneth Ellis and children and Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis. , Mr. and Mrs. Elec Culp and son of St. Louis spent last week visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Wammack, Mr. .and Mrs. Roscoe Culp and Mrs. Sally Williams of Caruthersville. Mrs. Etta Davis of Kilpitas, Calif., returned home after spending several weeks with Mr and Mrs. Jeff Northern, Mr. anc Mrs. Nat Nunnery and Mr. anc Mrs. Clell Waldrop. Mrs. Mary Stone and son Steve returned to their home Monday after spending t w o weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Bill McArthur. They also visited in tlie homes of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McArthur of Steele and Mrs. Ruby Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Halbert and daughter Debra of Little Rock visited with her parents, BEARING UP under the strain of keeping a giant chip on course seems to be ho problem for "Toppy," mascot of the new Soviet ocean liner Pushkin. His activities on borrd actually don't go this far, but he is 'allowed pretty much the run of the ship that recently began North Atlantic service between Soviet and Canadian ports. He was a gUt Iron ttw Moscow 200. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Nunnery. Other guests in the home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nunnery and sons of Caruthersville, and an aunt, .Mrs. Etta Davis of California. The Halberts were en route home after spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Carine Halbert of Columbus, Miss., and at Sardis, Miss., fishing and boating on the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCrary of Hayti and Mrs. Joe Lester and two grandsons, Bill and Sam of Memphis spent Saturday through Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Samford at their cottage in the Marion Country Club at Marion, 111. They were joined by a sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kammer of St. Louis. Mrs. Cleatus Bailey, Mrs. Charlene Mathis and Mrs. Ethel Laden of Steele spent Sunday through Wednesday at Wam- pella Lake. Mrs. Maude Lahue. and her granddaughter, Mrs. Bill Hamlett, were in Memphis Tuesday to see Mrs. Lahue's doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Childers returned to their home Tuesday after spending several days at their cottage on Kentucky' Lake. Burnice Stepherson and Mur phey Ward of Bells, Tenn., visited with Carl Jenkins at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins. They also visited with Mrs. Bertha Ward. The W.M.S. of the Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the church for its regular meeting. A short business meeting was held. NEW YORK lifelong dealer (AP) — As a i Of temperamental directors he in. nightmares, Alfred Hitchock has a .private terror of his own. It isn't the sight of blood. It's the sound of ketchup. "I want you to take this down carefully because it is of the utmost significance," said the portly master of filmed suspense as he forked the slender lamb chop huddled like a victim on his luncheon plate. "The reason I hate ketchup is that it is connected with the most unpleasant sound in the world—the sound of a hand smashing the bottom of a ketchup bottle. "As a result of this sound, some horrible looking red goo slowly emerges from the neck of the bottle and lays itself over some perfectly innocent french fried potatoes, which never harmed any«ne in their life." Work, wine and food make up the wonderful world of Alfred Hitchcock, and he loves to discourse amiably about all three. One of his favorite dinners was an all-blue meal he threw as a practical joke for the late Gertrude Lawrence. I served blue soup, blue bread, blue trout, blue chicken and blue ice cream," he recalled fondly. "It was quite a success." He has a private wine cellar of 4,000 bottles, including some ;oing back to 1890 for which he las been offered $100 a bottle by other connoiseurs. He uncorks ;hem sparingly because, as usual, he is having waistline trouble. His weight, which has varied from 190 to 290, now hovers around 218. "I've lost about 500 pounds as a round figure in my time," he said cheerfully. "I believe that the real trou- )le with people like me is that we simply have too placid a temperament. We have insufficient internal jitters to burn up our food and drink. "That's very healthy and should mean a long life." He reached over and knocked his knuckles on the wooden paneling. "It's better not to worry about unnecessary things." The director is famed for his equanimity. Methodically, he ketches his scenes in advance, never raises his voice or bothers o look through a camera on set remarked dryly: "All their drama is on the set and none on the screen." This is a golden year for "Hitch," and tilmdom is helping him celebrate it. It marks the completion of his 50th motion picture. Hitchcock started as a $3.50 advertising layout artist for a London department store. His first job in the movies was writing titles in silent films. The first one he directed was "The Pleasure Garden," made in Munich in 1925. NEWS BRIEFS BOSTON (AP) - Northeastern University has announced a five-year bachelor-degree program for would-be policemen. The program, financed in part by a $90,000 Ford Foundation grant, is to start in September 1967. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Havana radio says a "wedding palace" has been opened in Havana to perform "socialist weddings." ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - Judge Reese Robrahn, a blind jurist of the County Court in Topeka, Kan., has been elected president of the American Council of the Blind. LONDON, Ky. (AP) - The 466,000-acre Daniel Boone Na- lonal Forest was dedicated lere recently. PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) The Rhode Island AFL-CIO has started a campaign to register each one of its members to vote. C. J. Speck ! *W|f I Gene Marx . . • '". 11 J. C. Ellis 8 Mary Etta Springfield 2 Chris and Johnnie King 20 Rosie Lee Harris , • 7 I I J Q Q R 5.00 3.30 2.70 .60 2.70 2.10 .75 ,83 .68 .15 .68 ,53 REPLAT OF LOT « OF SECOND REPLAT OF J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ira M. Parks Ethel A. Holgerson Ernest L. Beck Clement and Bros. Clarance J. Bum 8 10 11 2.70 2.70 2.70 2.70 2.70 RICHARDS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE L. M. Chappell E. 6 ft. of Lot 2 and .68 .68 .68 .68 .68 All Lot 1 f•' • 11.70 2:93 ROBINDALE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Raymond E. Miller J. E. Carter 5 20 2 6, 7.05 6.90 1.76 1.73 EDWIN ROBINSON'S ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Thos. Y. Chiu Same Jennie Echols Thos. 0. Chiu Tom Chiu Jessie Kimbrough Same Burk and Jessie Mae Brunch Henry, Pearson E. C. Jones 0. C. and Aille Johnson Henry Nash ROSE TERRACE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Albert White 3 1 6.901.73 FARRIS SIMON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Leonard Houchin 4 1 6.901.73 J. F. SMITH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE 9 10 16 17 1 11 12 6 8 3 3 5 4 4 5 7 10 10 10 11 13 15 18 18 3.30 2.10 3.30 2.10 2.70 1.50 .90 .60 1.50 2.10 2.10 2.40 .83 .53 .83 .53 .68 .38 .23 .15 .53 .53 .60 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Shirley Ann Ellis 17 5.70 1.43 .25 SUNNYSIDE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE John L. Moore 5 1 2.10 .53 .25 Lenetta Roberts 2 2 3.90 .98 .25 Same 3 2 2.10 .53 .25 Lucille Harris 5 4 2.70 .68 .25 A. E. Lester 48 2.10 .53 .2, Martha Small 6 9 2.70 .68 .2 HAROLD C. THOMPSON'S SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Harold C. Thompson Less N. 70 ft., All 3 1 3.90 .98 HAROLD C. THOMPSON'S SECOND SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Zibe Thornton 8 3,30 J, C; Garner ' 9 ; 2.70 Jodie Lindley N. 30 ft. 12 1.80 J. W. Smith , , N 50 ft. of E. 150 ft. 24 1.80 John A, Baumgarden' 34-C 2.10 .83 .48 .45 .45 .53 MATTHEWS FIRST ADDITION TO LEACH VILLE Delia Neighbors 4 2 3.30 .83 E. W. Thweatt 11 2 2.40 .60 MATTHEWS SECOND ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE K. A. Garrison John Baumgardner Maude A. Goddard 9 11 4 4.50 1.13 1.80 .45 2.10 .53 NELSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Joe Wheeler Same Same Same Same E. 75 ft. B C C C C 2.70 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.30 .90 .90 .90 .83 NELSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE P. D. Culver S& 4 H 2.70 .68 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO LEACHVILLE Joe Wheeler Same Mrs. Jewell Aiiisworth Callie C. Thweatt Nathan Puckett E. 10 ft. 2 2 10 10 2.40 2.40 2.40 3.30 .60 .60 .60 .83 .29 .25 .25 .25. •25 .25 .25 .25. .25 .25 •25' .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 E. 100 ft. of Lots 2 and 3 14 3.90 98 25 2.40 2.40 .60 .60 1.80 1.80 2.40 .30 1.80 .60 .15 .15 .45 .45 .60 .08 .45 6.90 1.73 6.30 1.58 6.30 1.58 7.20 1.80 6.90 1.73 .90 6.30 6.30 6.90 6.90 6.90 7.20 .23 1.58 1.58 1.73 1.73 1.73 1.80 Texas' Brewster County i larger than Connecticut! ant Rhode Island combined. Gen. Winfield Scott capturei Mexico City during the Mexica: War. Pineapple plants bear fruit n about 20 montiis after being ilanted as shoots. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Tuesday. July 26th, the 207th day of 1966. There are 158 days left in the year. Today's highligt in history: On this date in 1947, the U.S. armed forces were reorganized and unified. On this date. In 1788, New York ratified the Constitution. In 1847, the Republic of Liberia in Africa was founded. In 1856, Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw was born. In 1941, Gen. Douglas MacArthur was appointed command- r of U.S. forces in the Philippines. In 1944. Nazi V2 robot bombs ell for the first time on England. Ten years ago—The Italian luxury liner, Andrea Dora, sank in 225 feet of water 45 miles south of Nantucket Island off Cape Cod. Mass., one day after ts collision with the Swedish ship, Stockholm. Five years ago—Communist Cuban Premier Fidel Castrs said an Eastern Airlines passenger plane that had been hijacked in mid-air two days be- 'ore and flown to Havana would (Continued from page 10) MATE DANIELS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE John Allsup 12 1 1.50 .38 Same 13 1 1.50 .38. Same 5 2 .60 .15 MAYBELLE SUBDIVISION — BLYTHEVILLE Joe Reagon 10 4 2.70 .68 Paul Hays Less E. 50 ft., All 2 5 .60 .15 JACK MICHELLE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Carrie Eddings 3 2.70 .68 Mackley Clay 4 2.70 .68 Willie Cross 7 1.80 .45 D. M. MOORE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 not be returned until 10 Cuban to the UlS. planes being held by court orders in the U.S. were returned to Cuba. One year ago — President Fohnson created a 19-mcmber National Crime Commission to study all aspects of crime and ht administration of justice. Interstate Bakeries Corp. 3 A .60 .15 Same 4 A 6.90 1.73 Same S. 50 ft. 11 A 2.40 .60 Edward E. Smith 1 C 3.30 .83 Same 2 C .90 .23 Same 4 C 2.10 .53 DX Sun-Ray Oil Co. 100 ft. on South end of C .60 .15 .25 MORRIS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Nelson A. York 1 A .60 .15 .25 Chas. L; Ray 6 A 5.40 1.35 .25 W. C. Dillard 5 B 3.30 .83 .25 R. A. NELSON SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE C. L. McWaters W. 36.8 ft. 4 3.90 .98 .25 Same E. 36.8 ft. 5 5.40 1.35 .25 P. J. O'BRIEN SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Billie Richardson 19 2 1.80 .45 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO BLYTHEVILLE R. A. and Lena M. Eades 28 3.30 .83 Harvey Stewart 39 11.40 2.85 Ted Green 60 5.40 1.35 Mrs. J. H. Stewart 68 3.90 .98 Leonard Houchines 74 3.30 .83 J. W. OWEN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Harvey Bell 10 2.10 .53 Henry Goodloe 14 2.40 .60 PARK ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE L. H. William's N. 100 ft. 1 1 3.30 .83 Mrs. S. E. Austin N. 80 ft. 3 5 2.40 .60 Bruce Hay S. 65 ft. 1 8 3.30 .83 Same " S. 65 ft. 2 8 .60 .15 PARKSIDE TERRACE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE John W. Simon, Jr. 2.1 6.30 1.58 Jerry F. Hodge 4 2 6.30 1.58 F. H. A. 52 6.30 1.58 Wm. B. Martin 4 3 6.30 1.58 SECOND PARKSIDE TERRACE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Carl L. Marshall Tommie N. Penter Homer R. Bryd P. R Greenwell 7.05 7.50 6.90 6.90 1.76 1.88 1.73 1.73 REBECCA PATTERSON SUBDIVISION D. W. Clayton 10 I BLYTHEVILLE 3.30 .83 .25 1 ACRE LOTS OF SUBDIVISION Ollie Harris N. 50 ft. of S. 100 ft. of .60 2.40 E. 100 ft. EMs 3 James Coleman Willbanks S% 4 Hattie Hill Gates and Mary Hill Pettaway N. 50 ft. of E. 100 ft. 8 Roy Knapp E. 50 ft. of W. 27914 ft. 9 3.90 2.70 .15 .60 .98 .68 SECOND REPLAT OF J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lloyd Leverette James A. Green Mrs. Willis Cathey J. J. Vaden 17 20 10 It A B D 0 3.30 2.40 2.40 2.40 .83 .60 .60 .60 .25 .25 .25 .25 Elijah and Eldra C. Wells 1 Roy C. and Anna Shippee 5 William F. Murray 6 Billy Ray Siler 10 Louis W. Hardin 11 Harold C. Thompson, Sr. ' 13 John Allen Kromas 1 Loren W: Meyers 2 James Richard Chenwith 4 Ophelia Boyd 7 Louis A. Ferrell 13 H. Darryl Willson 16 Charles Roger Boles All Less N. 5 ft. 15 8.10 2.03 .2 Herman and Mary K. Smith 6 5 6.90 1.73 .2 Joe D. Brooks 8 5 6.30. 1.58 .2 REPLAT OF 275 FT. OS W% LOT 4 OF VAIL'S SUBDIVISION AND W% OF LOT 9 VAIL'S 3RD SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE R. E. Hodge 5A 3.30 .83 REPLAT OF PORTIONS OF EDNA VAIL'S FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD SUBDIVISIONS TO BLYTHEVILLE Harold McClanaham W. 70 ft. of E. 148 ft. 15 1.80 .45 .25 ANTONIA C. WALKER SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Harold and Johnnie Fisher 9 7.65 1.91 .2 JOHN B. WALKER SECOND SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Nola Krutz 10 A 4.50 1.13 .2E Harold Fitch 4 B 4.50 1.13 .25 WILLIAM LEE WALKER'S SECOND SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Kenneth E. Jackson 6 3 4.50 1.13 .25 WEST END SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Beulah Raiford Charlie Webb E. A. Shannon George Wilson Ivory Hoby 24 28 4 9 1.50 2.40 2.70 3.30 2.40 .60 .68 .83 .60 WILSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ed Smith Estate Same 3ame Ella Gray B 1 2 3.90 .60 .60 3.90 .60 1.80 .60 2.70 .15 .15 D. W. Cranford 6 Paul Edward Cook 7 Crain Company 14 Marzella Scales 11 Pinkie and Albert Allen of E. 105ft. 2 9 1.80 .45 Same E. 105 ft. 3 9 .60 .15 Walter Henry Allen 79 1.80 .45 WILSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Jvan Williams 14 2 1.50 .38 jllie May and Nelson Ricks 5 3 1.80 .45 David Farley • , 9 3 2.10 .53 .afalene Stewart 18 3 3.30 .83 WILSON'S THIRD ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Blytheville Development Co. 20 8 .90 .23 .25 FIRST ADDITION TO DELL Wallace and Audrey Iglehart 8 3 2.70 Johnnie Long 13 • 4 2.40 PERRY ADDITION TO GOSNELL .60 .25 .25 Jerry Wright 12 2.70 .68 .25 REPLAT OF IRREGULAR LOT 2, SE'A SW% SEC. 36-16-10, TOWN OF GOSNELL Rodger Evans Floyd Hargett lenn Ingram Same Nt4 8 9 13 14 2.70 2.70 2.70 .30 .68 .68 .68 .08 SHIELDS SUBDIVISION TO GOSNELL -awrence H. Bramlett 13 4.80 ..arry E. and Virginia Hudson 1.20 15 5.10 1.28 Wilber Lane 33 5.40 1.35 BARNES ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE United Shoe Workers of America 1 3.00 R. L. HAYS ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE ohn Baumgarden Except N% of E. 10 ft. All 2 Same S'/4 3 Herbert Wilson 7 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .75 .25 Elmer Smiley 2.10 2.10 2.4P 2.40 .53 .53 .60 .60 J. D. HODGES ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Billy Joe Young 4 3 5.40 1.35 lame 5 3 .60 .15 HOOKER ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE ,. E. Towell 6 3.30 .83 iame ^ 2.40 -60 0. J. HUETER'S FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE ndia Mae Pierce 8 A 3.30 .83 Van Riggs E. 40 ft. 10 A .60 .15 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF LEACHVILLE .25 .23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Bertig Gin Company 8 15 8 8.40 2.10 .25 Lot 4 in NEV« H. V. Smith Plot 2 of Stanley Hancock Tract, Wfc NWViNEtt 17 15 8 S.40 1.35 IRREGULAR LOTS IN E'A NW',4 NE',4 SEC. 17-15-8 LEACHVILLE .25 ChirlUBauiU 2.40 .W .25 SECOND PARK ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Ralph Hunter L6t B of Replat of 22 2.40 60 23 SMITH'S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Joe Baker 8 A Same 9 A Same jo A Same . u A Orville L. Robertson 27 B Same 28 B Frieda Jackson 9 D John Baumgarden 27 D Same 28 D Claude Barnes W. 80 ft Lots 31 and 32 E 2.40 .60 .25 Wm Blackshear E. 80 ft. Lots 31 and 32 . E 2.10 53 John Baumgarden 12 G 1.50 .38 Harlen Jackson 17 H 1.50 .38 Same 18 H 1.50 .38 STAUDENMEYER ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Darrell Phillips 5 C 3.60 90 C. D. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA Franklin Dobbins 7 2 W. L. Griffin 1 3 Same 3 3 Same N. 48 ft. 14 3 Same N. 48 ft. is 3 .25. •25 .25 .25 .2.5 .25 •25 .25 .25' •25 '.25 .25 .25 3.30 3.00 3.00 2.40 .60 .83 .75 .75 .15 HENRY ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA .25 .25 .25 .25 -.25 13 2.40 .60 .25 B B B W. A. McCain J. E. McMa.sters W. % Lots 1, 2 and 3 Mrs Lurline Taylor 4 Alrheda Berry 9 W. H. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA E. W. Robertson, Jr. 11 1 3.00 .75 Same 12 i .30 DIREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF MANILA C. E. Southern Lot 2 D NE'/4 NWVi Same W. 100 ft. Lot 2 E NEVi NW% Same E. 210 ft. Lot 2 E NW'/4 2.40 .60 2.40 .60 1.80 .45 .08 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 31 15 9 31 15 9 .60 .15 .25 .90 .23 .25 ' Same N. 176.5 ft. of E. 85 ft. of W. 185 ft. Lot 2E NEVt NWV 4 31 31 15 9. 15 9 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO MANILA H. F. Sandusky 8 Mrs. Lillie Dabbs Est. S. 50 ft. of N. 126 ft. Lots 37 & 38 .90 .23 .25 3.30 .83 .25 \ 2.10 .53 .25 71 72 73 74 75 78 79 173A 175 180 181 253 259 260 261 262 263 265 276 277 278 4 7 7 7 7 7 7-A 7-A 2.70 2.40 2.40 .90 3.60 2.70 1.80 1.80 .68 .60 .60 .23 .90 13 13 13 13 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 21 21 21 3.30 2.10 2.40 2.40 2.40 2.70 2.10 1.80 1.50 2.10 1.50 .60 1.80 .60 .45 .45 .83 .53 .60 .60 .60 .68 .53 .45 .38 .53 .38 .15 .45 .15 V. B. Berry Same Same V. B. Berry Same Same Same Mrs. Rose G. Hughes S. Pt. Lot 173 and All Allie B. Griffith •lax Isaacs Same either Gammill 'esse W. Perkins Amos Dean Cherry Trahklin Fletcher femes and Jean Fletcher 3eorge Fletcher )ewitt Hallmark Mrs. Hazel Roberts W% ame lama OSBORN-McKINNON ADDITION TO MANILA E. T. Cude S. 50 ft. 1 C 3.60 .90 ame N. 50 ft. 2 C 3.60 .90 J. Threlkeld W. 100 ft. 3 C 4.50 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO MANILA 'eggy Fleeman Cheadle 2 1 8.40 2.10 falter Williams 9 6 2.40 .60 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION 36-15-8 TO MANILA ieatrice Hill E. 167.8 ft. 2 2.40 i. S. Thomas 4 2.40 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION 31-15-9 TO MANILA reddie McKemie E. 50 ft. Lot 3A mVi miVt :. A. Davidson, Jr. Lot 3 I NWy 4 NWy4 oseph A. Rodgers E%. Lot 8 A NWy 4 NWy 4 rtie T. Blankenship Lot 10 D NWy 4 NW% lifford L. Holt Lot 11 C NW% NW% A. and Laura Davidson Lot 18 NWV4 NWy« ame Less S. 176 ft. of W. 240 ft. All Lot 19 NWy 4 NWy« ernard Crouse S. 88 ft. of W. 240 ft. of Lot 19 NWV4 NWy 4 1.13 .60 .60 .60 2.10 1.50 1.80 3.30 2.70 .15 .53 .38 .45 .83 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,.25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 -.25 .25 ;25 .25 •25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ;25 .25 -.25 .25 .25 2.40 .60 .25 3.30 .83 .25 ohn W. Ellis SOUTHSIDE SUBDIVISION TO MANILA 20 3.30 .83 ..25 WILLIFORD AND GARRISON ADDITION TO MANILA Mgger and Jenalla Wall M. Button, Jr. ame ame .60 2.70 .60 .60 .15 .68 .15 .15 .25 •:25 -.25 .25 WRIGHT'S ADDITION TO MANILA C. Wright 1 2.10 .53 .25 ame 2 2.10 .53 .25 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF YARBRO •« •• ames J. Emery . Lot 5 SH NW'A SWV4 27 1811 3.30 .83 .25 Said persons and corporations and all others interested in said ; nds are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear. nd make defense to said suit or the same will be taken 'for onfession and judgment final will be entered directing the sale of aid lands for the purpose of collecting said delinquent TAXES; gether with the payment of interest, penalty and costs allowed r law. : WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Chicka- wba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, this 2nd day of uly, 1966, A.D. ,: SEAL) GERALDINE LISTON ' Chancery Court Clerk.. "'"•''

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