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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1,1950 (ARK.)' COURTEB MacArthur Given No Order to Stop Troops Short of Manchurian Line NEW YORK, Dec. I. Iff) — The* New York Tlmts quoted O«n. Doug- )u MtcArthur today as sayLnf he had "received no suggestion from any authoriUttv* iaurce" thit hit troop* should stop »V any line thoft ftth* MunchurUti boundary, *^l Times dispatch Jrom Its Washington correspondent, Arthur Krock, said M»,c Arthur radioed tr)»t sUte- ment to the newspaper last night. The message from the comman-' der-ln-chlel. of the Far East command was In., response lo a* 1 radio Inquiry from Krock, Kroek's message to MacArthur stated that some official? In Washington were saying that every lime a stop-point was suggested to him Santo Claus Comes to Town But Snowballed Out of Parade PEKfN, III., Dec. 1. (AP)— Sant«« Claus came to town yesterday and was' snowballed out of > parade by group of teen-age youngsters. Santa, dressed in a red suit and riding In a red Jeep, was the chief feature of a pre-Cnrislmas parade in Ihls central Illinois communlt; ol about 20,000 population. It wsu; a tine parade when It started — decorated floats, a mluU- Protestant'No' > Given to A-Bomb he replied that he would not accept responsibility tor the security ot his troops In these circumstances. The' Washington comment was reporter! In yesterday's Times in Washington dlsp«tch by Jnmec Reston/ Reston wrote about suggestions lhal MacArlhur slop well be fare Ihe Manchurlan Irohller am leave a buffer zone; Tn each case Rcston wrote, MacArthur "took the view that these suggestions wen Jeopardising the" victories he. ha< won." 'No Ret>I»«ro»n( Risk .'.riie gist of the Washington re- O ['Ihe parade said. Tlie four olll- ture circus and bands, and Santa Claus riding- near (he end, He had smiled and waved to the crowds which lined the streets to watch the parade. But some 40 youngsters of about junior high school age started tiring snowballs at/ some other pupils who were in the parade. .Then Santa became the main target. Cleric Denounces Suggestion to Loose Atom on Red Chinese CLEVELAND. Dec. 1. (/P)—Dr. O. Frederick Noklc, 'who keeps the Unl'od Nations Informed of American Protestant opinion on world affairs, sounded a blunt "no" last night to sugcktions the atom bomb ,, . „, should be dropped, on Communist His smiles lumen to grimaces M china lie alUm))ted lo dodge, the tno*- ball barrage. Police were unable to cope with the situation, sponsors ports was cabled . to MacArthur Wednesday nigh*. Krock's message to MacArthur said some officials fjtated that the general's aUcgeti spurning of a stop-point "faced authorities with (the) dilemma of taking risk (of) replacing you with elections coming or letting you proceed against their political and diplomatic Judgment and against some high military judgments also." MacArthur's reply read in part: "There Is no validity whatsoever to the anonymous gossip to which you refer. '\ Movement* Appr "Every strategic and tactlca' movement made by the United Nations command has been .in complete accordance with United Nations resolutions and in compliance with the directives under which 1 operate, every major .step having been previously reported and fully approved." To have stopped abort of the International boundary, MacArthur aald, "would have required revision of the resolutions of the United Nations and the directives received In Implementation thereof.'.' The -general's' message continued: "It Is historically Inaccurate la attribute any degree of responsibility !or the onslaught, of the Chinese Communist armies to the stra- .teglc course of the campaign itself. "The decision by ' the Chinese Communist lenders to wage .war • gainst the United Nations could only have been a basic one, long premeditated and carried into execution as direct result, of the defeat of .-their satellite North Korean cers on duty were leading the parade. Many adults tried to stop Ihe youngsters. Hundreds'of the smaller children who were brought downtown U> see Santa appeared upset by the snowball attack on St. Nick. The parade, staged by the Pekin Association of Commerce,.completed Its route but Santa dropped out before the finish to dig the snow out of his whiskers. John Kreitgsman, a trucking line owner and member of the Association of Commerce/played the twle of Santa Glaus. Ke declined comment about hU treatment. NEXT ENVOY TO SPAIN— Slanlon GrilTis, above, former U. S. ambassador lo Argentina, will be named U. S. ambassador to Spain early next year, according to Washington reporls. Grillls svill be the first U. S. ambassador lo Madrid since Norman Armour rclired in December, 1045. The post has been vacant in accordance with a rccommcndiilion of Ihe UN General Assembly. Nation's No. 1 Communist Faces il Term Today Earl Browser/ Others Called into Court To Put Up Bail Hunters' Room for Wild Beef Cattle On Wild Alaskan Island Once a Penal Colony WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. Earl Browder, long-time No. Am erlcan Communisl, may go lo jnil lodny unless someone vokmlcevs to go his ball. Brcm-der was, called Into U. S District Court (or arraignment on a clini'Re of contempt of Congress In advance of the arraignment William Hit?., assistant U. S. dls Irlct attorney, said he will detnatu Rrowdcr put up $1,500 ball or go to jail pending trial. But Browder already rmd salt he h:is "no resources or flnancin organization" and "I'm ;iot goin The Philadelphia theoloplan, who as slrong influence on American 'roteslanl opinion of world affairs, lade Ihe assertion In a speech to he general assembly of the Na- ioital Council of Churches of Christ in (he United States at Cleveland's colorfully draped public auditorium. "Confronted by Imminent danger." said Dr. Nrilde, "people are disposed lo cast reason, and judgment to the wind, rn afarming proportions, (here Is for example the demand that we should now drop atomic bombs on communist China ind promptly invade Manchuria. "I unhesitatingly express my per- opinion that these are very things which we should at this moment do. the not nks^ ;for. bringing this - misleading anonymous gossip to my attention." Senator Urges Jap Service in U.S. Armed Force WASHINGTON, Dec, 1. <AP) — Senator Magnuson (D-Wash) lo day urged-» prompt Joint chiefs o staff report, on his proposal lha Japanese be enlisted In Iht arme •forces for service abroad. The joint chiefs, have told the Senate armed services committee that pending completion of a study oi the whole problem of enlisting aliens, they would prefer not to comment now on Magnuson's bill. "We ought lo do it right now," Magnuson told a reporter. "If w« eventually have a Pacific. Pact similar to the Atlantic' Pact, ft would of necessity be included. Approval of my bill would give them a good start . toward taking their place among the other nations." There are over 4.225,000 individual private owners of commercial forest lands In the United States owning approximately 345 million acres. JO Persons Die As Christmas Display Burns HALIFAX, N. S,. IMC. 1. (n't— A gaily-lit Christmas display burst into flame in n department store window here last, night and at least 10 persons perished in the fire which quickly 'enveloped the building. Police Chief Verdun Milchel! said Ihe dealh loll could not be fixed definitely until some time today. A seclion of Ihe crumbling building was too.hazardous^ "to be searched for bodies last night. Damage was expected to exceed $500.000, Adjoining stores were extensively damaged by smoke. The fire broke out In the third- story toy-land o( Kays, Ltd., Just before Closing time. About' :10 Christmas shoppers and employes wera in the store. l-o nssun.e rhinncinl obligations. lie add that "if some vohintec slops forward, [ will accept bond. But if I ask I am assuming an obligation." . Browdcr surrendered here Thursday on a lii-covint. indictment based on' Ins refusal to answer questions of a Senate foreign relations subcommittee, He was allowed liberty his personal bond pending arraignment. 'I"wo others indicted along with Browder f o r refusing to answer questions of the Senate subcommittee— Frederick Vamlerbilt, Field, New York millionaire, and Philip J. Jaffe, editor of thn defunct magazine Amcrasia — also were called today for arraignment. Also ordered into court for arraignment were three jjersons who tailed to answer questions of or to provide records demanded by the House Lobby investigating Commit- PALMER, Alfljki, Dec. 1. If)— They're hunting beef cattle with ong-range rifles on a wild Alaska sland once used by the Russians At a penal colony. • It's part of one of Alaska's newest ndustrles— an amazing niett pack- ng enterprise whose operators are slaughtering wild cattle that have •oamcd unmolested for neirly IB years. The Island Is Chlrlkof, lying west of Kodlak nrid about . 100 mites south of Alaska peninsula. Treeless >ut covered ivllh Ihlck, htgli grass, It Is roamed by some 800 head of cattle, first planted there in 1868 by the Scmirtl Propagation Company. s Now three men have formed R company lo "harvest" Ihe beef with an Ingenious combination of surplus army vehicles. cx|>ert riflemen and airplane transportation. They aren't bothered by stories that Ihe Russians used Chlrlkof as R sort of "devil's Island" penal colony before the United states purchased Alaska, although there still Is a graveyard with evidences lhal Russian prisoners may have been left Ihcre to die. Ilce£ h I'rocessfd The men are Harry Ryan anr Two Men Drag and Beat Boy And Grandmother in Missouri KANSAS CITY, Dec. 1. A lour-year-old boy »nd (AP) — his 51- year-old grandmother were beaten, slashed and dragged about 100 feet early yesterday by two men. The grandmother,. Mr*. Kale ennrlch, and Ihe boy, James Dale hcpherd, were reluming to a la- era where the grandmother work- el as a waitress, she told police he had (orgollen a bottle of milk •hlcli she hnd Intended to take ome lor breakfast. tee. They are Dr. Edward A. Rumley. executive secretary of ' Ihe Com- millec for Constitutional Government; Joseph P. Kamp, executive vice chairman of the constitutional Educational League, and William L. Patterson, executive secretary of the Civil Rights Congress. Waller Cooper o C Palmer, a n c Charles Waller of Kent, Wash Their compa'uy, wllh headquarters here, !Hes processed beef from Chlr- lkof lo a Palmer cold slorage plan The "roundup" on Hie Island ha most of (he thrills of ah Alaska big game hunt. Three beef animal In 5. day is a p,od bag for two men Army surplus weapons currier are usco. to carry "cowboy hunt c.rs" through the deep grass ove marshes and roiiish terrain, Driv Ing wllhin two miles of Ihe herds the men then stalk the wild cattl and shoot with Iclescope-^enulppe rifles. They usually set only en shot before the herd stampedes. Flown 50(1 Kill" The beef Is dressed on the »po haukd aboard Ihe winch-equipped weapons carrier and laken lo .a slaughter house near the beach for processing. Then it's loaded on 11 i>'ine and flown 500 miles lo Palmer. , Long Smooth beaches provide perfect landing fields for planes at the island, where ships cannot an- hor because of shallow water. Operators of the project s«y they inve long-range plans to build up he Island is a Mist class cattle anoh. Introducing heroford bulls to mprove Ihe strain, Another lure of the Island Is beachcombing among debris piled ,ip by Japanese currents. Every >fece of lumber for the slaughter louse was picked up on the beach- Two men acccvted them and b*- gan to beat them with their list*. One man had u broken bottle. They were dragicd about 100 feet Into an alley. The boy was unconscious, The assailants fled when Mrs. Jennrlch screamed. Both the woman and boy were- reported in satisfactory condition* ,n a hospital. Mrs, Jennrlch suffered multiple cuts and bruises on the face and head and a fractured Jawbone. The boy suiferecl bruises and cut*, Including a three and one-half Inch gash along his throat. Police were at a loss for a motive for Ihe, attack. The boy's mother, Mrs. Shepherd, who is divorced, said she knew of no reason for the assault, she was away from home at the time at work in another tavern where she Is a waitress. Australia has 2.6 persons lo the square mile. HEMORRHOIDS (PILES IHl AMI R1CAN D1S11LIING CO.. INC. N.w Ygrk- P.kin.lll.-Son Fro Flowers for Every Occasion BLYTHEVILLE FLOWER MART OUR NEW LOCATION 1500 W. MAIN ' — PHONE 6003 SHEET METAL WORK —— — OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, a!fa!f« mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness. ' Frank Simmons Tin Shop 11V South Broadway Phone 2651 NU-WA Laundry & Dry Cleaning Call 4474 NOTICE ALL GAR OWNERS! If jnm don't Ihlnfc yonr •petdometer Is working exactly right «* •I! uprtdii, drlTe In »nd let BB theck U We ofTtT one-day *eivk* on repairs for «ll c»r» tuaA track*. ••T. I. SEAY 121 East Main MOTOR CO. Phone 2121 Ray Hl?htow«r Garland Hodge Charles- Hogue cvyd» Holt Uabte Konerait Leroy Hopper Rev. W. H. Horn W. P. Horn Otis Horsier Woodard HOUM Charles Howard Elmer Howard Gordon Howard Mr«. Bell Koyle Sidney Hu»k«r J. P. Ingram Dewy O. JacXaon Delforrt T. Jone« Inrl W Job« Robert T. Johnson W. J. Jonnson Clyde Jollltt Charles £. Jiutiii Abe Keeling Paul Keellnc B. O. Kelley J»m?s Kelley R. B. Keller V. A. Kelloy B B. Kin? Johnnie Klrney Clyde Klrby Albert Lr.far]ett« Raymond Lander! Frank I.ce Moyd O. Lester ClMls Lovelace Marvin Lynn T. E. I.ynn M^J. Mccann (•l McCloild jTv. McCobc T. L. McFalls J. T. Malln Jol\n O. Malloy Tom Mnnchester L, A. Manning Leonard I.. Manning W. H. Morrow Ralph Marshall Turner Martin G. M. Mcacham Leonard Miller LAVcrn MllllKan S. R Motlesllt Robert Molett Cart Morris T. H, Morris W V. Morris Ed Mtirnhy Junior Nance Lonlc Newcomrj C. A. Newton Ix>n Newton Leek Kotthlngton K H Norton James Nowlln Annie Palmer W M. palmcrtree Jim Lee Parker / Roy Parmrr Henry raslcy Earl Pearson J. E. Phllpot Dorsle Pierce W. H, Pierce J ft Poc R.W. Price George Pnielt PM1 Pnictt Dclnicr Puckctl Henry Puckctt H. R Puckott Wlltard D Ray Moody Keacfln T. P Reagan Ancll Wet Dcwcy Bice J. B. Rice Joe Rice Merell Rice Mrs Victoria Rice J. V. Rich Clifford M. RWge Fay Rodsers Robert Rogers J. E. Romlne WlH Rove Howard H. Rushlnt,- Fred Russell Hershell Russel Luther Sampson Homer I, Shipley 0. O. Shocfcley No!an Shocklcy Martha Showen La Shrabla 75 50 100 100 200 50 50 100 75 100 90 50 100 175 155 55 50 75 50 270 75 50 75 145 '50 220 125 250 75 55 70 50 300 315 590 ISO 325 100 75 100 75 75 120 100 50 31S 50 50 103 50 180 250 75 65 50 125 50 150 70 75 370 «o 150 105 160 310 12S 75 75 SO 50 50 510 540 65 145 275 295 115 100 50 50 150 260 100 390 300 SO 125 565 50 50 100 125 50 100 110 100 60 50 i as so 1815 3.03 2.05 4.10 i!os 4 10 8.20 2.05 2.05 4.10 3.08 4.10 3.69 2.05 4.10 7.17 6.35 2.25 2.05 7X5 11.07 3.03 2.05 3.08 1497 2.03 9.02 5.13 10.25 3.03 2.25 2.87 2.05 1130 12.91 24.19 6.15 1333 4.10 303 1291 4.10 3.08 3.03 492 4.10 2.05 1291 2 05 2.05 4 10 205 11.15 7.38 1025 3.08 2.66 1.05 513 205 6.15 287 3 OB 15 17 S 15 (156 .13.12 5.13 3<JP. 105' 7.05 205 2091 12 15 266 S95 11 28 1210 4.72 4.10 205 2.H5 615 1066 4.10 ISM 1130 205 5.13 13.17 105 205 4 10 513 205 4 10 861 4.10 2.46 2,05 7.59 2.0S 11S.41 J. B. Ehnmaker 200 Ethel Sims 50 Bob Smith 595 E. S. Smli.il 65 Luther Smith 90 Ross Smith 310 Roy I. Smith 360 C. P. Smothers 50 Joseph Allen Speagle 50 Mrs- Earnest springer 50 Bnel Springer 70 Hoy M. Springer 100 D. E. Stand rid je 230 F,. W. swnnil 140 W .E. Starlc 75 T. H. Steele 215 John Stevens 75 Melvln Steven* 525 Gerald Still 75 Will Still 435 .Willie Stranse 50 Chiulcs Straiten 50 Stella Stnuton ' 50 R. R. Slrlcklln 485 J. C. Stringer 50 Andy Stroud 75 T. J. Stubbs 325 Paul Stull 80 W. B. Stutls 240 Paul Summers 100 Joe Taylor 50 b. D. Taylor 50 Carl E. Tlllotson 100 Emmctt E. Tillotson ISO Ava Tillery 50 A. L. Tlndell 65 A. W. Torrance 75 Charles Trucks 90 L. R. Trucker 55 C .C. Tyler 75 Howard Tyter 100 L. C. Tvlcr 150 R E Tyler 50 Cecil Vassar 65 Ixnile R. Wariley so Lee WalSer 80 W I,, Walker 75 Fred Ward 75 Llndle wnrct • 50 Rosco Ward 1M Wayne M. Ward 100 Gordon Ware 130 n n Warren 145 J C. Warren 50 Norman Wauon SO w \v Wa'so.i Jf. 950 WfttEOn Gin A.: Store 1500 Brooks' Whlteslde 100 Guy Whitney 375 Wobdrow Whitney 380 B. Lee Wlctcmon 50 Marcus Wilkinson ' 75 Klnit Wiley 55 Charles Williams 65 Elmer Williams 120 Elton Williams IIS J. B Williams 50 Joe Williams 75 J. T. . Williams 50 . R B A: R, L. Williams 675 R L Williams 50 R, B Williams 65 Lula Williams 65 Ellis Wlnsttad 50 Herbert Wood.ill 200 Roy Wortrmm 205 W. M. Wortham 50 ' Bell Wrleht 83 Harry S Wright J c. Wright John O. Wright Mrs R t. Wright SCHOOI 8.10 2.05 24.40 2.68 3.69 12.71 15.5B 1.05 2.05 1.05 1.87 4.10 9.43 5.74 3.08 8,82 3,08 9.23 3.08 17.83 2.05 7,05 2.05 I9.S8 2.05 3.03 13.33 '3.28 9.84 4 10 2.05 2.05 4 10 2O5 1.66 308 3.69 2,25 3.08 4.10 6 15 205 2.66 105 328. 3.08 3.03 2.05 4.10 4.10 533 1005 205 l!o5 3895 10250 4.10 1533 1558 205 3.08 225 902 » 82 2.05 3.08 1.05 17 63 1.05 1 66 R. A. Hubbard R. E. Jones William Herner Mrs. 'Joe R. Kins Laudell Matone Curtis Ma.^on Floyd Melton Jlmmle Metcnlf Joe MLederhofr Zacfc Murphy J. \V. Owens Mrs. B. O. Pcnnlnghton. Henry Perkins L-. O. Peterson J. C. Ray Sod Rosemond Dolan Russell Russell Garagfl & Welding Mrs. ^loyd Scott T. H. Sheppard Mrs. Nina Smith Raymond Southard Jack Stlnson Earl Stone Mrs. Jame& L. TtnVfll 150 Booker T. Turnhow 100 Bracken Walker 50 Warner Walters 500 Roy Wllcoxson 50 SCHOOL 111STH1CT NO. I- DELL 50 300 200 50 100 50 -KM) 100 75 50 50 280 50 so 200 150 200 50 150 200 150 650 1.66 205 820 840 1,05 63 2,66 325 10153 .110 1211 420 17 22 75 303 UIS T KirT NO 23 In —I1EI.I. Charles Armstrong 200 8 BO Boa's Grocery 1050 Joe Bacllllo 50 Earl ' aoren 50 Cavve's PHct 410 Joe crafton -• 150 H. R. Crawford Jr. 300 R B Crawford 250 P. C DcTamt 165 Delmar Drnson 100 Cleo Edwards 100 Ernest Evana Jr. 75 Freeman Cash stroe 1500 M. t». Garner Ink R. GUI Paul Ollllland Maud Gin 11 Mrs Cora Grcenway Jack Hardln n D mnlln Jr. Mrs C R Harmon J. A. Holme. 50 200 50 50 100 73 400 50 71 4620 220 220 1804 e«o 1320 1100 11.66 440 440 3.3(1 6600 2,20 8.30 150 2.20 4.40 3.30 17 60 220 3.30 D. M. Allen C. E. AppTegate Earl Aston J. I,. Atkinson F. t,. Austin Hiram Austin J. P. Austin O. E. Austin MadTle Dachuss E O. Baker Cliarlir- Ballard R D Banks .llm Banister D. W. Barber G. S. Barber J. C. Barber J. A. Bauphman Leonard R. Bcal Robert Brneflcld Cecil Brlcc Winston Black W M BlaSE J. W. Blair f. J Btcdsoe J D. Blcdsoe James Bohanon 1. H Bowrten H C. Buck Krnest R Byrrl E D Caldwcll H' H Carter James W. Cathcy Lewis Coflman Joe* H Coleman Harry ComptOn Glen A, Cook . K J. Cook Jr. K. J. Cook Sr. W. C. Cotton Berry Dlldlne James Donahue H H. Dyer C. D Erlmond Gcorce Elliott T. W Elliott Wilbur Evans John F Falls G. W. Furr Kins J. Gadbcrry Joyce Gill 1. R. OTovrr Conrad Gecddcl] A. L. Halcomb Charlie Hall- E \V HaMer Tom Hall H K. Hannon Ree Hamm Marvin HaircM Arlon Harris D H Harris Jack Harris Bob Henderson Frank Hcnson Clayburn Hc&a O E. Hodse. Robert Holt Jack Hood Alfred Hopkins W. D Howard E. H. Hubbard W B. Imler Farmer Jackson Gcorpe Jackson W. W. Jackson 125 90 50. . 75 515 480 3SO 150 75 50 50 270 125 .215 50 115 125 175 65 50 .410 245 50 125 50 635 100 165 ISO 50 50 50 75 610 50 65 50 160 50 125 '50 SO 65 2no so )00 so 50 120 50 50 120 50 100 50 50 50 50 SO M) 340 50 65 125 50 50 50 .' 670 110 SO 'SO 50 SO 2.20 13.20 a. t!) 2.20 4.40 •2.20 4.40 4.-10 3.30 2.20 2.20 1232 2.20 2.20 8.80 11.00 8.80 2.20 6 60 880 6.6(1 28.60 6.60 4.40 .2.20 8.80 2.20 23 3.51 1.05 2.93 1B.-1 14.82 5 83 1.95 203 2.93 1,95 1.95 10.53 483 8.3S 1 85 4.48 4.88 6.K! 2 53 1.95 1599 955 195 4.81 133 27.10 3,90 643 SS! I 95 1 95 1.35 2.93 Deweltt Jeffries loyd Johnson ,. "T. Johnson . C. Jones . J. Jones Joe Jordon lohn Allen Lancaster Lawson Vernon Lewis Wayne Lewis 100 50 50 300 1655 125 Mrs. W. R. LlghttOOt 2SO 9 3.90 1.95 1.95 L1.70 64.55 4.83 1.95 1.95 351 293 .75 3,90 5.07 6.05 1.93 1.95 3.90 468 1.95 1.95 5.46 2.93 1.95 8.38 1.95 23.28 1.95 1.93 1.95 1.95 1.05 s.as 6.24 1.95 1.95 1.95 10.53 429 43.63 253 1,95 624 195 4.83 1.95 1.95 2,53 7.80 1 95 390 I 95 1 95 468 1,95 1.95 4,fi8 155 390 1.95 1 95 1 95 1.95 1 95 351 1326 1 95 25:1 . 4,83 I 95 195 I 95 1613 4.29 195 1.95 195 195 Watson Long 100 Junior Lloyd 130 Melvln Lloyd 155 Louis Matlieney 50 Colin Mftyo Jr. - 50 Ernes'. Morrow - 100 Owen Mlnyard 120 Delpha MHcliell 50 E. J. Monroe SO B. L. Moore ' HO John H," Morgan 75 Wes Morrison -50 J. B. Motley 215 Gco. Newberry SO Udell Ne«-fiom 725 Fred I-.. Nutt. Jr. 50 Fclton Otts. 50 S. J. Parten 50 \,. PC P pics 50 E. rltts 50 Albert Price 150 C. H. Prince 160 Homer Putchln 50 Q. L. Raper '50 A. Ray 50 p. c. Reams - 270 C. W. Richardson 110 Jake Rlr.Yinrrtson 1110 T. J, Jt W. H. Richardson 3(5 13.45 B. R. nisirs - 125 4.88 Theodore Roosevelt 135 5,27 Layman Ross -SO 1.05 Vcrnon Sawyer 150 5,85 Faye Sr.ott. 50 1.05 J. H. Scott "150 5.85 H. D. Shnneytrlt 95 3.70 Ear] C. Sheneyfelt 75 2.93 C. D. Sharp 100 3,90 John Shcppard 100 3,90 J- D, Shlnadlfc 50 1.95 E. SV. Sigmln 175 4 8P, Tom Slftmln 50 1.95 .llmrrtle Simpson SO 195 J W. Skcllon .50 1.95 L. V. Skclton 215 8.38 Henry Z. Smith 245 955 Porter Smith 270 1053 Barney StnRgs 50 1.95 S. D- Statum Sr. 140 5.46 Olen Sullivan . SO 1.95 K. A. Thleme 390 1521 Mark Tlirasher 165 (1.43 Marlln Tr.-inshler 75 293 Jess J Tucker 165 6.43 lx>mcr Turner 115 486 Coy Tvvcedla 215 8.38 J. .1. Vaden 150 5.85 Sllvcstre valle Vllleijas 100 390 Tommle VAERar 50 1,93 C. A. Waddcll 55 2 15 w, C Wade 550 il 45 Earl Wadklns 50- 1 95 Billy Walker 75 2.33 Arley K Walters ISO SOS .J. I, Warren CO 3.12 Cluirles E. Watson 75 293 A M. Welch 100 .1.90 J. E. We'.lS 50 195 George Wesley 50 1.55 Mrs J. W. Westmoreland 550 21 45 Noel W. Whistle 310 1209 Jerry Whistle 310 1209 Paul Whistle 310 1303 Andy White 100 1950 Lawrence Wldncr 75 291 W. M. Wllf 50 105 Oco Williams 125 4.88 Oliver Williams 125 488 Walter Williams 125 433 Ed Wilson 155 605 Joncph Wilson 65 253 SCIIOOI. DISTRICT .NO. 35- BL'RHKTTB Mrs, Grace Cable Jonas Camp. Flnley Carsoa I. M. Cohh James Colley B. T. Conner C. C. Conner D. W. Conner L." M. Cooley Hugh Covlngton Mis. Ruth Craig W. V. Davis Henry Dean Oil! plekerson George Dor.nerson Sr. Henry Donnerson Lester Dorrls W. II Duncan W. R. Duncan W. F. Elledge Bruce Ferguson Stanley Flkes Mrs. A. G. Frnzler Charles Frazlcr Eiil Frye Robert Fuller . Caldwcll Gorham R. G. Garner O. A. Garrett Clarence Gllmore Earl Gunn NeM Guv ton Harold E. Hall Tommy Hall O- R. Hamilton Hucy ilamrlck Murvlu Hc'ACS John Hicks J. T. Hipp Andc:son Howard A. c. Hurst Lewis Hyche- Tom J. Ingram I. L, Jachson Carlton James J. £ Jnmcs Orville Johnson Abe Jonr.s clauflc Jones Robert Jones Saul Jones Walter Jones Ehvooil KcellnR Evcre't Kcellns William Kclch 'C. E, Kelley V. B. Key P. P King Lester Kinit B'Otls Koonce 200 85 485 100 50 145 100 1160 150 50 too 50 60 7.60 3.23 18'13 3.SO 1.00 551 3,60 44.08 5.70 1.90 1.90 2.28 1.30 i.on i.oo 3 80 1.00 1.90 3.60 5.70 380 190 1.90 I'm 4.75 3.80 681 12.35 1.90 9.50 4.75 3.80 1.90 6 65 75 . 2.85 . 100 380 100 205 50 215 75 50 80 50 360 1.90 285 .190 5,70 I 00 3,80 7.79 1.90 11.97 285 1.90 3.041 90 100 50 75 SO 150 50 Earl Roberts t Sam Russ Arthur Sampson Frank Sanders Roosevelt Savage A: M. Scott Biyton Srott Otto Scrftpe Andrew Self Mrs, A, L. Smith A. b. Smith Herman Smith Sam smith S. J. Smith Will Smith W. R. Stepp Elvln Sloiie J. S. Stone Hal Sawyer Raymond Talley Bennlc Tate D. R. Thompson H. F:. Tinker S. T. Treece Robert Tuneon Bessie Ushey W. C. v.inblbber A. J, Warren D. O. Warrlnglrm T. B. Weatherly T. A. Wchh nuford wllkerson l.lllle B. Williams Harold Wise Hill Wright Raymond YounK 50 50 SO 150 50 100 375 75 600 520 100 100 250 50 109 125 150 75 100 ' 100 ISO 75 50 «J5 100 50 50 100 SO 30 350 73 50 2.8S 1.90 1.99 1 90 3.70 1.90 3.80 21.85 2.83 22,80 19.76 1.00 . 2.SA ,1.80 380 9.50 1.90 3,80 4.75 5.70 2.85 '3.BO ' 3.80 5.70 285 1.90 23.56 3.RO' 1.90 1,90. 3.BO 1,90 l.BO 13.30 2.S5 1.90 100 100 125 50 50 100 330 SO 550 Mivynor'* Grocery C. W. Mesdowi Paul Mcdlsctt T..M, Nelson Pansy's Reality shop Peoples Furniture Store W. R. Phillips Jr. Glen Pierce H. Rlley Graco Rodgeri E. B. Sain i Howard Sclby SmIJey Bros Welding Shop H. V. Bmllh I.- FT. Stages I*. S. Stewart. H. G. stroud M. I. Sutton O. E. Taylor^ Colly Thwcat Ixjn.e Towell John Wanner T. W. We.hsttr J. D. Wllklns V. O. Wilkinson Clayton o. Wilson Wilson Radio Shop H. T. Wilson R. W, WorlhlnRton 150 30 150 400 5f) 200 50 50 50 125 SSO 225 30 100 so 30 130 100 100 100 3(1 . 350 123 30 200 30 75 S.JS 2JO e,3(! Max Koonce Grocery 1030 J. W. Andern William Arnold J R. Aycock R. M. Aycock. sini Barnes Will Beasley Garland Blackburn Frank Bradford !<emuel Brown James Buford Dan Bullard 50 135. 30 100 ~!5 175 IK) 150 125 173 H 5.13 1.90 3.80 285 8.65 5.70 5.70 4.75 f 65 1.90 R. J. Langley James Lee ,W. V, Lesley J. P. Lloyd E. P. t^Ovclady Paul S. Lowrier Harry IAUCS A. C. McCaslIn Silas McCaslIn Grady McClanatian Julius Mcoce Charlie McOvilrt G. T. McGulrt Will MeKlnncy Jesse McNIchols E. M.. Mahnn Henry Mahan Lovelace Malhls W A. Maughn E. C Maxey R. L. Mnxcy Earnest Mlddlcton James A Mitchell E M. Montgomery Horace W Morris H. C, Naney Roland D. N'ash W. 1,. Nash Lewis Odom John Palmer J. L. Pcndcrgr.ls5 H lj. Perry J. E. Perry D. c. Pillow n. R. Pius Mra Ben Prichard Martin Reagan Cora Rccd Rufus Rccd R. T. Hee I Edward Richardson Oral Richmond c.. R. Rloshy H. D Rliiny Jack Robbing no 125 100 290 65 160 1(W 400 165 loo, 75 V50 110 50 70 SO 460 75 100 75 50 100 50 100 50 50 SO 370 355 75 100 50 5*5 125 123 50 125 100 SO SO 100 100 M 50 100 104 380 380 415 190 3«U 12 M 1.90 20.90 3993 434 4.75 3,80 11 02 603 3W 1520 627 3,80 If.S 5.70 4 18 1.9(1 266 1.90 17.48 235 2.85 1 90 360 1.90 330 l.M 1^90 14.06 13.45 2.85 380 190 4,31 4.75 4"! 1.90 4V5 3AO 1 90 190 3.80 380 1.90 380 J.M SCHOOI. DISTRICT NO. H In— l.F.ACHVU.I.B Waller Allen 30 2.10 Anthony's Grocery 375 15.73 .lames A. Anthony 50 3-10 Ifarry N. Ashny 50 , 2.10 Flames Pool Hall 13!) fl 30 V. L. Bosart 50 2.10 George' BlshotT 50 2.10 V P. Brandon 100 4.20 Boh BrlnXley 250 R> 50 f. E. Brooks 200 B.40 e. E. Butler 100 120 Cal lnt !>n Rsdlo Service 250 I050 .lames Carncll " 3d 2.10 F. J. Garhett 50 2,10 (1. C. Carter 50 2.10 W K. Chllflrcss 250 10 M Robert I.. Cisco 30 2.10 City Grill 200 8,-W Olty Lunch Room 100 4 50 Cec.lt Cockran SO 110' Eldon Cooper SO 2,10 J. W. Crlttenden 50 210 Wootirow Crlttenden SO 2.10 Johnny F. Davis ISO « 30 Mr« H. C Deer 75 315 W. A. Dew SO 2.10 Johnny rx> r tch 50 7.10 R L. Eolen 1025 4JOS Mrs. W. M. Edijln 50 2.10 Mrs. C E. Fears 50 2 10 Fields' Motor Service 650 57.30 Fouls & Calycon Grocery 500 Franks Grocery fi:>0 W. E. Oftmmon 2TS X. A. Garrison I(W Franklin Clllea 30 Alvld Gray 30 W. M Grounds 50 Mrs. Etta Hall . 30 B .1. Hamby 51 Mrs. Harvey 30 HaUBhn'n Grocery 390 Mrs. J. D Hcalhcock 50 T A. Hrnon - 300 0. W. Hill 175 R. H. Hill . 175 Walter lllpp , SO 1. O. lloglami 100 James O. Honnell 200 James E, Humphrey 300 Dr E L llutchlnson 200 B. H. Jarrctt 200 Hcrshell Johnson 275 E. D. Jones 50 Jimmy Jones 100 Vlrcll Keith 100 lAdles Toggery 650 Lcachvllle Motor Co. 500 Leachvtlle shoe store 700 Leachvllle Press W. M Lewis Bud Iittlcrltld Hush McC.ln O. W. Madison Claud O. Mathls Ollle Matthews Murl Maynard inoo 1M 50 30 100 50 SO 100 21.00 . 27 30 11.55 4,20 210 210 2.10 2.10 1.10 2 10 12110 2 10 12.60 735 733 1,10 420 8.4C1 1260 840 840 II 55 210 420 420 27 30 2100 JK.49 4200 410 210 210 420 2.10 210 4.20 SCHOOI, I1ISTR1CT NO. — I FACHVIl.l.B Herbert Aaron ' MCJ AlhrlghV i Idys Andrews Er.OTA Armstrong K K, Arnold T. J. Ashley f. n, Arnold W. I, Ashley Ruben Harks Ernest flarna Lester nrirnrs Elmnr Bntrs K L. Beorc/en Van Beardrn Gilbert Bennett Royil Best .fack Blocker n. L. Hlockcr Orn BnllJniEer J. D. Boone '.Inyrt Bidnds Arlln Brewer B. Brewer Oulncy F, Brlnkley J. C. Broohs Jr. Charley E Brown netenner Brown Hsden Brown Tlltman nrown C. V. Btmn .fames Burr O L. CaldwcH ArDiur c.ilaway 0 L, Cantrell Sam Carrol O. C. Carter Harrell D. Casey Lee ChndwlcV Charley Clark rtohert Cohb Curtis Cole Frank J, Col« C. E. Cook T B Cook A. E. CornellRon R. B. Covey. Jr.' Eugene CrtWR, M, C. Croom R. A. Croom Doyle Crouch Clara Currcll Wlllard Damron Jelhro Davidson R. H, Davidson Charlie Davis John C. Davis Russell Davla O.'E. Dcekcr 75 50 100 150 1IW 630 150 605 90 50 7.1 125 125 75 230 50 140 SI) 5,15 12) 75 90 50 270 SO 27S 140 50 50 ISO .W 55 75 410 SO SO so -100 1X1 Tom De RouRsce O. T. DtwUV Sam Dickey Arvll Oodd • Freddie Dodd E, F. Dordon Jackie Dunning Henry Edgln M»x F»lrchllc\ Clifford Fielder E, M Flnley Jack D. Fletcher Ray K. Fortson E.- L. Francway Will rrancwa? 410 300 75 50 100 3(5 1W1 30 130 100 410 SO SO SO 100 540 ITS IIS SO 75 ISO 195 220 150 165 100 10* 1.10 R.40 2.10 2.10 2.10 525 13.10 9.45 2.10 4.10 2.10 2.10 6.no 4.20 4.20 420 1 10 14.70 525 2.10 ' MO 2.10 315 l« out 1.85 2.40 278 1.78 1.85 3.70 555 3.70 2405 S 55 2238 333 1 83 2 78 4 61 4 6.1 2.78 I ft! 2.36 ?. 51 I 85 f.lH I 85 I 85 IBS 4 «3 2.78 1 85 939 l.M 10.Ill 518 1.95 I 85 sss 1.85 104 2,78 16.M 1 J5 1 85 3.10 10.36 1.40 15 17 II 10 178 I 85 3TO 20.16 310 Clllford Joe Clallesby Edward Gallaway R. B. Garret J. C. GlhBon Roy Olove'r P. A. Goad' J. M. Go!l Dave' E. Green Mri. Shirley ^ Greenwood J. R. Hackett J. U. Hafkworth Mnmle Hal! Paul Hall • Sam llambrlcK Clifford Hamilton George Hamilton A. J. Hamm Dan N. Hannera l -.nle Hanncra Alice Hargrove Tom Harrcll rred Hartsfleld H, C Hartstlein Lee Healey Albert Hcrrell Kurt Kicks Raymond Hicks J. O. KIKglnbotham Alvls HodRea Layman Hodges P.ev. J. K HoRan Ralph Hunter Charley Jackson Garland F, Jackson Stonewall Jackson T, P. Jackson V. S] Johnson Clam! Jonea Lowell Jones Mrs, D. 0 Julian Willard Julian Elmer Keller SO SO 50 450 50 75 M 355 M 75 125 270 100 •15 50 50 a 325 50 fi •75 225 125 50 30 485 200 105 90 125 200 115 IflO 90 100 " 50 1055 455 75 IS SO 7S Harvey KUllnKsworth 125 Harry KlncMd SO .f W. Kinder 75 Edward King 115 J. D, KlrDy SS W. I,. Knatcal 75 David H Lansley 100 J n. Langston 65 Elvis Larry 165 C. f. t^»WBOn 395 Lloyd Layne Sr. 150 Rev. R. K Llddell 200 H. R 1.1 ndley 515 Charley D Llnton 100 S. L, Llpncr 70 ElPls Lowery 1TO E. W. l.usV 50 Elmer McCall 50 V. H. McCord W H. I,. McClaln 500 L. M, McCtaln 400 C. f. McDol* SO MAttle McOlowen 50 Alhert Mann 100 J H. Mansell SO O B. Martin ^ S35 R, t,. Mirtln . 140 R. H. Mcdlock 135 Franfc Miller lfr> Hrrbcrt Mllllsan 315 jess Montgomery so Walter Moore R5 George Morg»n MO J.-,mes Morgan 140 Joe Morgan 450 1.7B I 1.85 1.S5 1.85 1(1.65 1 85 2.78 1.85 13.13 1.85 2.7H 4.03 B.B9 3.70 2.78 185 1,85 2.40 12.03 1.85 2.40 2,78 8.33 4.63' 1.E5 - 1.S5 17.95 7.40 3.89 3.33 7.40 4.63 3,70 3,33 3.70 1.85 39.04 1684 2.78 1.85 2.78 4,63 i a 2.7S 7.0S 104 2.78 3.70 2.40 9 RO 1461 9.25 7.40 19.43 3.70 259 999 1.85 1.85 J. L. Bisk Klocl Skipper pelmcr Slatton K. J. Smltherrrjnn V. K. smlthrman John I/. Snow Leonard F. Snow Stutr, Line Station S. II, Steed Ophus Stewart T. C, Stewart B. Tanner A. C. Thomas Roy Thompson J, C. Thorpe Herman Tlnnln A. B. Tompklni Albert Truo J. H. True • ' J. O. Turner Johnny Vandlvcr H. L-. Vanlanulsham W. P. Walker Jesse Walls Ode Ward W.-O. Ward Lclphton Ware A. P. Weaver D. E. Weaver Vernon G. Weaver H. E. Wclker John H. \VclH Lester West Frank Westmoreland Lester Wiggins K. L. Wilson I.. O. Wllion Melvln Wlnhcrry MnrtLn L. Wlrt Jr. Jack A. Wrlxht Ellell Yoi 50 50 170 75 50 4flS 275' 315 125 215 50 435 SO 50 100 225 50 350 US 50 50 50 90 125 440 175 CO 170 325 50 SO 430 32} 235 375 SO 150 SO 150 375 SO IBS l.M 6.29 2.73 ' I 85 17.20 ro 13 13 RR 463 7.95 1.85 IH.10 1.85 1.83 3.™ 8,33 1 85 12,95 4.25 1.85 1.85 t.es 3,33 4.63 16.2H 6.43 ' 333 62D 12.03 1,85 1,85 17.76 1203 1053 I3.3S 1 83 555 1.85 5.55 13.83 1.85 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. LOST CASK . 481 370 15.28 1.83 1,85 1.HS 3.70 19,98 648 4 25 1.35 2.78 SSS 721 8.It . S.S5 6.10 3.70 T.W Joseph A. Morgan Jr. 473 Dale Murray 103 M O. ~tanc« I'M D, J. Owens SO Willis Owens 113 Dcrwan Parsley 465 Adraln Peel 290 R. F.. Phillips 3<0 O O. Flnkley 30 O D. Poole 4M Human w Potter 190 Russell Power* 800 I.CO Priest 65 Fred Prince 50 Barney Raspberry 175 D. S. RlKlta 30 Wm. Roberta 160 O. W. Robhmt 73 E. a. Robins 735 Homer Ross 410 J. E, Scott 100 A. A. Setrer 75 0 B. Shearer 723 T. C. Shelton 30 Henry Shipley SO Clarence J. Shockley 455 Herbert Slkes 4SS B. W. Slmjpklni 100 1850 14 89 1 85 1 85 3.70 1.85 1139 5.18 10.55 3,10 11.77 1.8S 3 14 S88 883 1813 1758 3.69 3.70 1.85 4 61 17,20 10.73 1253 1.85 1480 7.03 29,50 2.40 1 85 (.48 1 85 5,91 2.18 27.20 16.28 3.70 2.78 2683 185 I 85 16.84 1684 1,70 Boyd Adklnson W. C. nachuss Bxirlcy Uallcy Z. E, Boren Ji(me» W. Boren P. L. Bourland '.'.'ade Bourland J. D. Brady J. R. Brlley R. E. Brlley W. C. Cnnnmore- E. Claud Cox Turner cox W. O. Crn-w J. R. Dobbs P.ussell Downing B P. Earle Wesley Edwards Ellge Euriole Sevlle Evans J. C Fields W. W Garrett N. J. Gulley Sam Flicks junior Hilton A. M. Hollls N'eal Jeter Walter Jbnea Cleo Knowlton Clarence lAwrence C. I>. l.edforri Cuthbert l.ewi.l J. B. Lorren John M. Lorren Roy Lorrcn Dave Lowmfln Glen \j. Lute W. T. Meredith Cecil Mitchell E. C. Moody Jim C. Nelson H. T.. Norton Thurmon Nuckhols E. Wade Owens Oscar Pase , Luther ParXs George Payne Lllbtirn E. Perkins Robert Petty Robert Powell Jr. John Rabbins Charles It. Sanders R. c. Scrcsglns SV. L. Sharp O.irlanrf Smith T. C. Smith Raymond Stevenson H. T. Slatler WtUU Suuts p. S. Thompson S B Thompson Mrs J. R. Thorp* J. B Tucker Pled walten L. B. Youof 100 SO 100 335 175 100 1BO 850 50 75 590 m 100 so so 933 250 50 30 160 100 50 223 180 50 175 135 110 SO SO 100 435 SO 6SO 100 15 50 103 100 so 100 so 235 165 10073 35 575 ll» 75 100 10 so 200 too so 105 123 370 50 SO 4.10 2.05 • 4.10 1373 ' 7.17 4.10 7.38 31,85 2.05 3.08 24.19 2.46 4 10 203 2.05 39.15 1025 2.05 2.05 6.56 4.10 2.05 923 7.33 1.05 '7.la. 833 491 203 1.03 4 10 1983 2.05 27.33 4.10 3.08 205 4.30 4.10 205 4.10 !<JS 11.63 6.17 4 10 3,oa 255 2338 4,10 3.03 4 10 5,05 2.03 8.20 410 ois 4.30 5.13 15.17 2 OS 203 2,05 4.10 4.10 3.08

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