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UjrtKwffli (Arir.) CeurtW Niwf-Tiwefcy, Augiit 11M» •'figt Hit WITHDRAWAL OF U.S. FORCES from the Dominican Republic rates a color guard as a homeward-bound Navy cargo ship slips out to sea from Santo Domingo, loaded with 500 soldiers, tanks and trucks. £ NEW YORK (AP) - Jumping •jfa conclusions: " Anyone who can crack 'and -eat a broiled lobster in public is ^rhore likely to have a superio- •iiity than an inferiority complex. V- Professonal wrestlers are jBiore''iiterate than professional -baseball players. A wrestler inever-gets as much satisfaction =put of. reading a comic srtip as •;does the average second base' Butterfly, sunglasses with se- l^uins are wasted on a girl with '•m 38-24-36 figure. V- Fat women give money : to ;b'lind: street beggars ;more often \than dp skinny women. v . The only drivers worse than ^doctors are traffic cops. Doctors 'are poor dr.ivers because they '.-don't, keep their linds on the -road. The trouble with traffic 'cops -at the wheel is that they ^unconsciously still think -they are in command of every other vil. * *..-*-• A woman ; -will remember you with warmth forever if you. pay her a compliment on the first day she wears bifocal glasses.At no other time in -her life is she more vulnerable,-and in need of human kindness. Men are most likely, to propose marriage to a girl on a picnic if she is wearing a yellow dress. Any girl'who'wears purple dresses in summer 'deserves to be an old maid. You rarely find a miser among forgers or bank robbers. They generally like to spend their money as fast as they acquire it. Brunettes ' willingly . -become blonds, but a girl with red hair always hates to dye it any other color when time .begins to turn it gray. She feels that .to. do so is betraying nature, which set her apart from others. Restaurant.'. waiters . .seldom wear black neckties on- their days off.. ... ......... If a man enjoys walking, he should date only ballet dancers. They are the only, ones left who really enjoy going for a stroll. When a secretary really goes for a guy, 'she usually writes David Ray Warren, son of him letters in longhand. When #r. and Mrs. Ray Warren she is ready to brush, him off, of Blytbeville celebrated his she starts writing to.him on. the - - -'- ••• •'- typewriter. . . No one knows, more what is going on. in an-.office-than a charlady who reads what she finds in the wastep.aper baskets. When a woman isn't sure how a dish she is cooking-is going to turn out, she always winds up by serving it in a casserole; Hummingbirds have as few as 40 feathers, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Buenos .Aires, Argentina, is the second largest city south of the equator. . - - . • 'i Economics professors are more often, henpecked than any ,pther. college teachers. The least 'henpecked are thse who teach foreign languages. , . I automatically distrust a =..-InAnd Around : Blytheville man if my cat runs up and rubs against his leg? the 'first time he enter's my home. I suspect they are both in league'.with, the de- Vikki By GENE HANDSAKER HOLLYWOOD (AP) - So the mashed potatoes were cold, .the head waiter seated you behind a pillar and tie bill is oulrag- eous. 6ut what about the vexations of the.,night-club perform? er? .. "' ' ' "Every place you work there's something wrong," reports singer VikM Carr, : who has played the top. spots from New: York to Tokyo. Preparing to open a three-week stand at a posh new Los Angeles hotel she enumerated some hazards she has encountered, . ; .•-..-• —Bad acoustics and inadequate sound systems. "If you can't hear yourself you have- a tendency to over-sing." . —Small rooms with customers seating in rising-.tiers, which 5- foot-2 Vikkie feels put her at a disadvantage. "You sing just to the front row. On a higher level you sing to the entire room." —Air conditioning right ^over the performer. "I perspire, and with that cold air coming down I invariably get a sore : throat.'' —Drunks- and hecklers. "If you acknowledge them, you make it worse." Miss Carr, born in El Paso, Tex., but reared in suburban Los Angeles along .with three brothers and-three sisters, is of Mexican-American ancestry-. Her rear name is Florencia Bisenta de Casillas Martinez Cardena. Lively and lovely, she maintains an imposing schedule of television guest appearances and recording dates "but calls her Viet Nam trip last April her most rewarding experience. , That, too, had its hazards— •like- moving -inadvertently in front of a-white floodlight that . Early Polish people called themselves Polians,- or dwellers- in the fields. Wisconsin was the first state; to adopt an unemployment insurance law, in 1932. Americans eat more • than three. billion quarts of popcorn annually. . eighth birthday with a swim jning party, at Walker Park.last Wednesday. Eight guests attend- -gd. •Cake and ice cream were .-served, at the home of his parents. : VThelmer Ray of Half Moon Aell' Thursday for a visit Mr. jsnd Mrs. Melvin Estey at Jonesboro. - .. •••'.•• . - '•:;, , Marvin Pulley, son of Mr. and .Mrs. :G. W, Pulley of Blytheville, who has been stationed at -Port Hood, Tex., left. Monday for Germany. • Joie Lynn, daughter of Mr:- ,*nd Mrs. Joe Poff formerly of Blytheville married Jumar Lew- ,1s on June 27. They will make •their home in Pocahontas.-^ Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yankee, and family:and Mr. and Mrs.- Junior Wadkins and children were-dinner guests Sunday of .Mr and Mrs. Lelsie .Wadkins and family at Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Estey of •Jonesboro spent the .weekend with Mr. and'Mrs. L. D. Yankee .They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wadkins and children of (Blytheville. Clarencene Helms-'of Grand Rapids; Mich., arrived Saturday night "for. a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms at Half Moon, She was accompanied home by Janette Helms, who ha.d'spe-nt -two months vacationing at Grand Rapids. •• Mrs. Bobby Stoker, and two daughters, Pam and Debbie, returned to their home in North Carolina last week after a three- week -visit' with their parents, Mr and Mrs. Ira Nicholas of Dell. .'- '• - ••'Mr. and Mrs.-Nelson Eden and family, and Mr. Tommy Shelton of Blytheville spent the weekend at Scott. Miss., where they visited their son-in-law, Kenneth McClain, who Is seriously HI in the General Hospital M Gnenvili*. Miu. Palau Islanders, often-display sewing machines. in their front windows as status symbols. More factory workers live. in Brooklyn, N.Y., than in Detroit and Pittsburgh-combined. A COMER in the opera world is Jane Marsh, young.. American soprano who won a first prize at Moscow's latest Tchaikovsky International Music Competition. She's the first American winner in the preitlglous competition since pianist : Van Cliburn. ains turned her into a silhouette .to a chiffon dress, while entertaining On the aircraft carrier Hancock. The sailors .didn't complain, but on the advice of ;tour,.bpss Danny Kaye she switched' thereafter to slacks.. Today History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Tuesday, Aug. 2, the '2l4th day Of 1986.-There are 151 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: 'On this date in 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Hatch Act,. limiting expenditures in national, political campaigns, and restricting political activity .by federal env ployes. • -. On this date/;. • In 1830, Samuel Colt, on-a sea boyage from. Boston to -India whittled a wooden model of the Colt revolver..-..... ' . In 1876, James Butler. Hickok, known as Wild Bill Hickok, Was murdered in Deadwood, Dakota territory, •- = ' • ' In 1921, Italian -operatic ten or, Enrico Caruso, died. ••••.-• .-In-: 1922, Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, died. • '- ' ' ' ' In 1945. some -800 U;S.- -Super- fortress; bombers raided' targets in Japan. Ten years ago-— The-United States; Britain' and F ra n c e wound up : a meeting in London on the sudden .Egyptian- seiure of the Suez Canal. •Five -years ago —'President Kennedy reaffirmed U.S: support for the entry of Nationalist China'into the United Nations and its opposition to the admission of Communist China. ' • One year ago — Secretary, of State Dean Rusk said North Viet Nam, not the'Viet "-Cong, .holds the key to peace in Viet Nam. . (Continued from MATE DANIELS ADDITION TO BLitHEVILLE John .Allsup Same. Same . 13 5 1.50. .38 1.50 .38, .60 .15. MAYBELLE SUBDIVISION - BLYTHEVILLE .21 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 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 Interstate Bakeries Corp. 3 A. . ;60 :.15 : ..,25 Same 4 A . .6.90 1.73 .25 Same . S. 50 ft. 11 A 2.40 .60. .25 Edward E. Smith - -.-. -- 1. •- .C 3.30 ..83 .25 Same ' 2" C .90. :23 .25 'Same . - 4: • C 2.10 .53 .25 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 . .25 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO BLYTHEVILLE R. A. and Lena M. Eades .. , 28.'. .... 3.30 ...83.. .25 Harvey Stewart 39'' ' 11.40 2,85 .25 Ted Green. '. • 60 • 5.40 1.35 ; ...25 Mrs. J. H, Stewart 68 . 5,90..,,98. ".25 Leonard Houchines , 74 ..•...-. :-.3,30,'...-83.^25 J. W. OWEN ADDITION TO BLYTHEvTLLE Harvey Bell .- 10. . -•-2.10-.53 .25 Henry Goodlpe ' 14 ..2.40 .60 ..25 PARK ADDITION TO- BLYTHEVILLE L.H.Williams' N. 100 ft. 1 1 3.30 .83 : .25 Mrs. S. E. Austin N. 80 ft. 3 5 2.40 '.60. ,25 Bruce Hay '. S. 65 ft. 1 8 3.30. .83.. .25 game S. 65 ft. 2 8 .60 .15 .25 PARKSIDE TERRACE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE John W. Simon, Jr. 21 6.30 1.58 ,25 Jerry F. Hodge . .4-.. 2... 6.30 1.58 .25 F. H. A. -•-.-• 5 ' 2 .6.30. 1.58 .25 Wm. B. Marlin 43 6.30 1.58. ...25 SECOND PARKSIDE TERRACE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Carl L. Marshall 1 2 7.05 ''1.76 ,25 Tommie N, Penter . ! 82 7.50 1.88. .25 Homer R. Bryd « 3 .6.90 1.73 .25 P. R Greenwell 9 3 6.90 1.73 .25 REBECCA PATTERSON SUBDIVISION • BLYTHEVHXE D. W. Clayton 10 1 3.30 .83 .25 1 ACRE LOTS OF SUBDIVISION Ollie Harris N. 50 ft. of S. 100 ft. Of E. 100 ft. E'/4 3 .60 .15 .25 James Coleman Willbanks S% 4 2.40 .60 .2.5 Hattie Hill'Gates and Mary Hill Pettaway N. 50 ft. of E. 100 ft. 8 , 3.90 . .98 : ' ,25 Roy Knapp E. 50 ft. of W. 279>,4 ft. 9 '' ; ' • •'•• ' 2.70 : .68 .25 SECOND REPLAT OF J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lloyd Leveretle 17 A 3.30 A3 .25 James A. Green 20 B 2.40, .60 .25 Mrs. Willis Cathey 10 D 140 .60 ,25 J. J. Vadw IB 0 1.40 .60 C. J, Gene Man J. C. EUli .. Mary Etta Springfield hris and Johnnie King Rosi« Lee Harris I 11 I I I J 1 i.oc .n iw .u 1.70 .6* .60 .15 1,70 .M .53 REPLAT OF LOT 47 OF SBCONft R«*LAf Of J. >. AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO ftLYtlEVftJLE Ira M. Parks Ethel A. Holgerson. Ernest L. Beck Clement and Bros. Clarance J. Bum 7 10 8 10 11 2.76 2,70 2.70 2.70 2.70 .61 M .68 M .25 RICHARDS ADDITION TO ILYTHEVTLLB L. M. Chappell E. 6 ft. of LOt 2 and All Lot 1 ' f 11.70' 2.93 ROBINDALE ADDITION TO iLYTHtVlLLE Raymond E. Miller •'«" 2 7.05 1.78 .25 J. E. Carter : 20' « «.90 1.73 .25 EDWIN ROBINSON'S ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE ThOS. Y. Chiu » 4 3.30 .83 .25 Same ; 16 4 2.10 .53 .25 Jennie Echols ' 18 5 3.30 .83 .25 Thos. 0. Chiu 17 7 2.10 .53 .25 Tom Chiu 1 10 2.70 .68 .25 Jessie Kimbrough 11 10 1.50 .38 .25 Same '' 12" : 10 .90 .23 .25 Burk and Jessie'Mae Brunch « 11 .60 .15 .25 Henry Pearson ' 8 13 1.50' .38 ;25 E. C, Jones 8 15 2.10 .53 .25 0. C. : and Allie Johnson 3 18 2.10 .53 .25 Henry Nash 5 18 2!40 .60 .25 ROSE TERRACE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Albert White 3 1 6.901.73 .25 FARMS SIMON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Leonard Houchin 4 1 6,901.73 .25 J. F. SMITH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Shirley Ann Ellis 17 A 5.70 1.43 .25 SUNNYSIDE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Zib« Thornton • ISO JS J. C. Carntr • 8.70 M Jodie Llndley N. M ft. 12 1.80 .45 J. W, Smith N 50ft. of E. iMft. 24 1.80 .45 John A. BauMfardM SfC 2.10 .53 MATTHEWS ttRST ADDITION TO LEACHVIUE Delia-Neighbors 4 * 3,30 .83 E. W. Thweslt 11 2 2.40 .60 MATTHEWS SECOND ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE K. A. Garrison 9 3 4.50 1.13 John Baurnjardner . . 11 3 1.80. .45 Maude A,; Goddafd 4 4 2.10. .53. NELSON'S mST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Joe wheeler Same Same same Same John L. Moore Lenetta Roberts. Same Lucille Harris A. E. Lester Martha Small 2.10 .53 .3.90 .98 2.10 .53 2.70 .68. 2,10 .53 2.70 .68 .25 .25 -25 .25 .25 .25 HAROLD C. THOMPSON'S SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Harold C. Thompson . • •-,...- • . " Less N. 70 ft>, All 3 1. 3.90 .98 .25 HAROLD C. THOMPSON'S. SECOND SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Elijah and.Eldra C. Wells 13 6.90 1.73 .25 Roy C. and Anna Shlppee . 53- 6.30 1.58...25 William F. Murray 8 3 6.36 1.58 .25 Billy Ray Siler 10 3 ; 7.20 1.80, ...25 Louis W. Hardin 11 3 6.90 1.73 .25 Harold C. Thompson, Sr. 13 3 .90 .23 .25 John Allen Kromas .14 6.30 1.58, .25 Loren W. Meyers 2 4 6.30 1.58. .25 James Richard Chenwith 4 4 6.90 1.73 .25 Ophelia Boyd .' .. .7 ... , 4 • 6.90 .1.73 .25 Louis ,A. FerreU 13 4 6.90 1.73. .25 H. Darryl Willson 16 4. 7,20 1.80. ..25 Charles Roger Boles All Less N. 5 ft. Herman and Mary K. Smith Joe D. Brooks ..25 .25 .25 5 8.10 2.03 5 6.90 1.73 5 6.30 1.58 REPLAT OF 275 FT. OS WV« LOT 4 OF VAIL'S SUBDIVISION AND WV« OF LOT 9 VAIL'S 3RD SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE R. E,Hodge. . 5A , 3.30 .83 .25 REPLAT OF PORTIONS OF EDNA VAIL'S FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD SUBDIVISIONS TO BLYTHEVILLE Harold McClanah&m • . W. 70 ft. of E. 148 ft. 15 •. :-1.80 .45. : .25 ANTONIA C. WALKER SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILp; Harold and Johnnie Fisher - "• 9 ;. 7.65 1.91 .25 JOHN B. WALKER SECOND SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Nola Krutz ' ' 10 A 4.50.1.13 . .25 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 .9 1.50 2.40 2.70 3.30 2.40 .38 .60 .68 .83 .60 WILSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 .25 .25 ..25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 i25 ,25 .25 Ed Smith Estate' --.• B 2 3.90 . .98 Same , . : . ; 12. -60 .1.5 Same . .2 : 2 .60 .15 Ella Gray . 34 3.90 , .98 D. W; Cranford . 6 4 • .60 .15 Paul Edward. Cook. - 7.4- 1.80 .45 Cram Company 14 4 .60 - .15 Marzella Scales . : 11 6 - WO .68 Pinkie and Albert Allen .'-..• " - • . of E. 105ft. 2 9 -1.80 .45 Same . :E. 105 ft. 3 9 , .60 .15 Walter Henry Allen . 7 9 1.80 .45 WILSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Jvan Williams 14 2 1.50 .38 ;25 Lillie.May: and Nelson Ricks t S -1.80 .45 .25 David Farley - . 93 2.10 .53 .25 Lafalene Stewart 18 .3 3.30 ,83 . .25 WILSON'S THIRD ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Blytheville Development Co. 20 8 .90 .23 .25 FIRST ADDITION TO DELL Wallace and Audrey Iglehart 8 3 2.70 .88 .25 Johnnie Long 13 4. - 2.40 ..60 .25 PERRY ADDITION TO GOSNELL Jerry Wright " " .12, .. .2.70- .68, ,25 REPLAT OF IRREGULAR LOT 2..SEV4 SW a /4 SEC. 36-16-10, TOWN OF GOSNELL Rodger Evans Floyd 'Hargett Glenn Ingrarn Same 8 9 13 14 2.70 2.70 2.70 .30 .68 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 SHIELDS SUBDIVISION TO GOSNELL Lawrence H. Bramlett 13 4.80.1.20 Larry :E. and Virginia Hudson 15 5.10 1.28 Wilber Lane 33 5.40 1.35 BARNES ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE United Shoe Workers Of America 1 3,00.. .75 .25 R. L. HAYS ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE John Baumgarden •.-.•' • . Except NH of E. 10 ft, All 2 1 2.10 .53. Same St4 3 1 2.10 .53 Herbert Wilson ••.••.-. • 7, 4 : 2.40 .60 Elmer. Smiley 55 2.40 .60 3. D. HODGES ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Billy Joe Young. 43 5.40 1.35 Same 5 3 .80 .15 HOOKER ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE L. E. Towel! « 3-36 - M Same . .7 2.40 .80 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ..25 .25 ,25 0. J. HUETER'S FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE India Mae Pierce -.-•-• .8 A 3.30 .83 VanRiggs E. 40 ft. 16 • A • .66 .15 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF LEACHVHXE Bertig Gin Company .,: 'Lot 4 to NEVi * II 8 8.40 2.10 .25 H. V. Smith Plot. 2 of Stanley Hancock Tract/Wit NW«A NE'A 17 15 8 S.40 1.35 .25 IRREGULAR LOTS IN.EW. NWH.NEV* SEC. 17-15-8 LEACHVILLE Sharli*B«ttUI I ... I* M M \ E. 71 ft. B C C C C 2,70 3.60 3,30 .68 .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 2 2 2.40 .60 Same E. 10 ft. 3 2 2.40 Mrs. Jewell Ainsworth . Stt 1 10 2.40 Callie C. Thweatt '• : 3 10 3.30 Nathan Puckett E: 100 ft. of Lot* 2 arid 3 14 '3.90 :: .98 .60 .80 .83 .26 .-25 ;25 • V 25 '•'.<& .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 SECOND PARK ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Rilph Hunter Lot B of Replat Of : 22 2.40 .60 425 SMITH'S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE i Joe Baker 8 A 2.40 .60 ••-•& Same 9 A 2;40 .60 --v25 Same 10 A .80. .15 !35 Same- - - - • 11 A .60 .15 .25 Orville L. Robertson 27 B 1.80 :45 ^25 Same • 28 B 1.80 .45 -25 Frieda Jackson . 9 D 2.40 .60 V;25 John Baumgarden 27 D .30 .08 ; .'25 Same 28 D- 1.80 .45 .25 Claude Barnes - : £ W. 80 ft Lots 31 and 32 E 2.40 .60 .25 Blackshear E. 80 ft. Lots 31 apd 32 E : 2.10 .53 '-la John Baumgarden 12 G : 1.50 .38 .25 Harlen Jackson 17 H "'1:50 .38 -S5 Same •":'• 18 • H 1.50 ';38 .25 STAUDENMBYER ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Darrell Phillips 5 C - 3.60 .90 ;i25 C. D. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA Franklin Dobbins W. L. Griffin Same Same Same N. 48 ft. N. 48 ft. 7 1 2 14 IS . 3.30 3.00 3.00 2.40 .60 .83 .75 .75 .60 .15. HENRY ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA .25 .15 .25 13 A 2.40 .60 .25 : 2.40 2.40 1.80 .60 .60 .45 W. A. McCain J. E. McMasters W. % Lots 1, 2 and 2 Mrs Lurline Taylor Almeda Berry W. H. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA E. W. Kabertson, Jr. 11 1 3.00 .75 Same 12 1 .30 .08 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF MANILA C. E. Southern Lot 2 D NEV* NW% Same W. 100 ft. Lot 2 E NEVi NWVi Same E. 210 ft. Lot 2 E .NE'/4 B B B: 31 15 9 31 15 9 35 .25 .25 .25 .60 .15 .25 .90 . .23 .25 31 15 9 Same.... N. 178.5 ft..6f-E. 85 ft. of W. 185 ft'-'-Lot 2E N'EVi NWV* 31 15 9 ORIGINAt SURVEY TO MANILA .90 .23 35 3.30 .83 .25 8 2.10 .53 35 72 73 74 .75 -78 79 175 180 181 253 259 260 261 262 263 265 276 277 278 4 7 -7 : 7 . 7 7 7-A 7-A 13 13 ' 13 13 18 18 18 W- 18 . .18 « •, 21 21 21 2.70 2.40 2.40 .90 3.60 2.70 1.80 1.80 .60 ,25 •25 .90 ..25 .45 .45 '.25 .25 3.30 .83 ,25 2.40" 2.40 : 2.40 2.70 2.10 i:ao 1.50 2.10 1;50 .60 1.80 .60 .53 .60 .68 .53 .45 -38 .53 .38 .15 .45' .15 ;60 .60 .25 '.25 .25 •;?3 ".25 .25 .25 -.25 is ..is .,25 '.'25 .,25 "'25 .25 H. F. Sandusky Mrs.. Lillie-DabbsEst. S. 50 ft. of N. 126 ft. Lots 37 & 38 V. B. Berry 71 Same Same V. B, Berry 'Same :: : Same Same Mrs. Rose G. Hughes S. Pt. Lot 173 and All 173A Allie B. Griffith Max Isaacs Same Luther Garnmill Jesse W. Perkins Amos Dean Cherry Franklin Fletcher James and Jean Fletcher George Fletcher toewitt Hallmark Mrs.-Hazel. Roberts \ Same Same'; OSBORN-McKINNON ADDITION TO MANILA E. T. Cude S. 50 ft. 1 C' ; 3.80 .90 Same N. 50 ft. 2 C 3.60 .90 B. J. Threlkeld W. 100 ft. " 3 C 4.50 1.13 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO MANILA Peggy Fleeman Cheadle 2 1 .8.40 2.10 Walter Williams : " 9 6. 2.40 .60 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION 36-15-8 TO MANILA Beatrice HU1 E. 167.8 ft. 2 2140" R. S. Thomas 4 2.40 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION 31-15-9 TO MANILA Freddie McKemie ' ' -. R. A. Davidson, Jr. Lot 3 I NWV4 NWV* Joseph A. Rodgers EH Lot 8 A NWtt NW54" Artie T. Blankenship Lot 10 D NWVi NWV« Clifford L. Holt Lot 11 C NWtt NWV« R,. A. and Laura Davidson Lot 18 NWV« NW% Same Less S. 176 ft. of W. 240 ft. All Let 19 NW% NWVi Bernard Crouse S. 88 ft. of W. 240 ft. of Lot 19 NWV4 NWV< SOUTHSIDE SUBDIVISION TO MANILA John W. Ellis . - .20 - 3.30 .83 •' WILLIFORD AND GARRISON ADDITION TO MANILA Trigger and Jenalla Wall 8 1 ,60 .15 . C. M. Button, Jr. 5 S 2.70 Same . . 6 3 .60 Same 7 3 .60 WRIGHT'S ADDITION TO MANILA J.C.Wright 1 2.10 Same . 2 2.10 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF YARBRO James J. Emery Lot 5 S% NW% SWV4 27 16 11 S.30 i8S .25 Said persons and corporations and all others .interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear and make defense to said suit or the same will.be,taken for confession and judgment final will be entered directing the sale,of said lands for the purpose of collecting laid delinquent TAXES, together with the payment of interest, penalty and costi .allowed WITNESS my hand at Clerk of the Chiriwry Court ef Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, this 2nd day of July, 1986, AD. ' . , •. •; (SEAL) . GERALDINE LISTON "..:. Court CUrk, '- i60' 2.10 1.50 1.80 3.30 2.70 .15 .53 : .38 M .83 .68 .25 '25 .25 .25 2.40 .60 ..25 3.30 .83 "i5 .68 .15 .15 .53 .53 .25 ,..?5 .25 ,2?

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