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^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^•^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ federal Rent Control Program Assured of 2 More Months of WASHINGTON, Dec. t. (*>)-Tr» «der»i rtmt control program, due to expire in some areas Deo. 31, was assured today of at le»»t an-- pther two monttu of lif»— and orob- y more. . ;Biu, temporarily extendta* th» "t law whipped through th« «n•te and houM yesterday, and today went to conference to compromise difference. A* Senate-House conferees ar- "nged to meet, aU aavanced In- dlcationi pointed to a 75-day extension of the present control l»w with Inclusion of a provision simplifying decntrol procedure. Th« Senate version, passed by a vote of 55 to 28, provides for a two-month extension. The House voted 321 to 152 for a three-month extension. In effecting a compromise, Sen•te -House conferees were expected to,.«pllt the> difference and accept a Senate amendment allowing a city council to decontrol local rents by a, • simple council resolution rather than a formal ordinance. The House rejected amendment. . a similar decontrol As the law now stands, the main control feature of the rent law (lies New Year's Eve. Thereafter, there would be no compulsory con trols except hi those cities and local communities now under controls which elect to retain them Jfitil June 30. "Extension of the compulsory con- •trol feature was requested by President Truman to allow the incoming congress time to review the DOCTOR OF YEAR—Dr. Dean .Sherwood Luce, 74, grins In office at Canton, Mass., after he learned that he had been cbosen "Family Doctor of the Year" by the American Medical Association Dr. iuce was making his usual daily •ospital rounds and did not learn of his_cho!ce by the AMAV house of delegates until he'returned' to his office. (AP wlrephoto) who]* rent Question far manent solution. At th« White House ye*t«rd«y acting Ftesi Secretary Stephen T eary epen T Early said there had b**n general a **n genera discussion ot a .UU of nwrfency " Ex-Teacher Posts Bond for Earl Browder WASHINGTON, Dec. '«. (*) slight 15-year-old woman walked Into the -district court clerk's office yesterday and potted $1.500 bond for Earl Browder, former No 1 American Communist . The woman identified herself to reporters as Miss Margaret Shipman. She said she is a retired school teacher formerly Mass. She now lives In i . house here. of Lee rooming Browder had been in jail since Friday because he did not produce ball on a contempt of Congress charge. He explained that he had no resources, and would not ask help but would accept bond If anyone volunteered. Miss Shipman said: "He Is conducting his own case and It seems 'unjust for him to remain in jail." When a reporter asked If she had any connection with the communist party, she said, "now that's none of your business and don't you make up anything." Arkansas Civil Defense Planned UTTLE ROCK, Dec. (AP>—The 1951 Arkansas Legislature will be asked to set up a department of civil defense in the state. Adj. Gen. H. L. McAlister made the announcement yesterday in a speech to the Arkansas Public Health Association, which opened two-day convention here. . General McAlister said proposed legislation Is being drawn and will be introduced shortly after ' the General Assembly convenes. Most of his talk was devoted to a discussion of safety measures In case of an atomic attack. Ray Hlghtawer Garland 'Hodge Charley -Rogue Clyde Holt Uable Honeycut Leroy Hopper ' Her. W. H. Horn W. P. Horn Otis Horsley Woodard House Charles Howard Mmer Howard Gordon Howard Mrs. Bell Hoyl« Sidney Huskey '• J. P. Ingram Dewy o. Jackson Delford T. Jonet Karl W Jobe .Robert T. Johnson W. J. Johnson Clyde Jollirf Charles E. Justu* *be Keeling P»«l Keeling- B. O. Kelley James Kelley J*- B Kelley V. A Kelley B B. King Johnnie Klrner Clyde Klrby Albert Lararlette Raymond Landers Frank Lee Lloyd G. Lester Clntls Lovelnce Marvin Lynn . Lynn . McCann - Mccloud. J.' V. McCobe T. L. UrTmlls , J T. Malln John o. Mailer Tom Manchester L A Manning Leonard L Manning W H Morrow Ralph Marshall Turner Martin O, M Meacham Irfonard Miller Lavcrn Mllllgim S R ModeMtt Robert Molett Carl Morris T H. Morris W V. Morris Ed- Murphy Junior Nance Louie Newcomb O. X A. Newton Lon Newton I.cck-, Northtneton H H Norton James Nowltn Annie Palmer W M. Palmertrt* Jim Lee Parker Roy Parmer Henry Pasley Carl Pearson J. E. Phllpot Dorsle pierce W^R Pierce J • Poe R.*W. Price George Pructt Phil Pntett Delmer Puckett Henry Puckett H. R Puckctt Wlllard O Ray Moody Reagan T P. Reagan .And] Rice Dewey Rice J. B. Rice Joe Rice Merell Rice Mn Victoria Rice J. V Rich Clifford M. Ridge P»y Rodgers Robert Rogers J * Romlne Will Rowe l.'owsjrd H Rushing Fred Russell Hershell Rusee] Luther Simpson Rocner I. Shipley C. O. Shockley Rolen ShocMey M«rth» shower* 75 M. 100 60 50 100 200 . 50 SO 100 75 100 90 50 100 175 155 55 50 \ 75 '50 270 15 50 73 365 50 220 125 250 75 55 70 50 300 315 590 150 325 100 73 / 315 100 , 7S 75 120 100 so 315 30 50 100 50 345 180 250 15 pgt. Collier Graduates From Air Fore* School Staff Sgt. Walter C. Collier, son of H. J. Collier of BIytheville, has graduated from the Air Force Communications School at Scott Air Force Base, 111., It was announced today by the Air Force. S/Sgt. Collier served with the 153rd Infantry In Alaska and the Aleutian Islands during World-War II. spending a total of four years on overseas duty. SentenceDelayed For Atom Spy Harry Gold to Foe* 25-Year Prison Term; Judge Studies Request PHILADELPHIA, Dec, 8. W) Sentencing of atomic spy courier Marry Gold'has been delayed until 10 a.m., CST tomorrow to give U S District Judge James P. McGrnnery lime to study the government's demand for a 25-year prison term and • def«ns« plea tor "Jurtiw." .The 39-yeur-old Oold, palt and n»«g«rd, s»t slumped Impassively yesterday a, TJ.S. Attorney Oer»ld A. Olewon asked McOranery to Impose the long prison term. Gold has pleaded guilty to charges of espionage, for which the maxl- mum penalty l s death. He admitted •cling M a go-between In carrying atomic information from Dr. Klaus Fuclu, confessed British «py, to Russian agents. pold's court-appointed attorney, John D. M. Hamilton, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, hi a three-hour statement to the court, described the background of events which led Gold to a 12-year career as a courier for the Russians. * *j i MJJ Arkansas Postpones College fund Decision LITTLE ROCK, Dec. (. <AP) -. The Arkansas Legislate Counc» has postponed until next weei <a decision on the greatly-lnereased budget request* of the st»te-sup. ported colleges. The council yesterday ended two days of hearings on request* of th« colleges (Including the Unlversit- of Arkansas), all but one of which came back with supplemental proposed budget* after originally stay. Ing within lesser limits fixed b» C .mptroller Lee Roy Beasley. The difference between the first requests and those Included In th» supplemental budget* totaled mort than 82.000.000. mechanical ^ Shown above U the Chieftain four-door sedan. "Canons and Soft Drink Prices Hiked in State LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 8. (AP>*Most bottling companies here raU- ed wholesale prices on soft drinks yesterday, and retailers were ex-, pected to follow suit. Only major exception was the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Arkansas. A Coca-Cola spokesman said he knew of no plans for a price Increase. Other companies boosted the wholesale price 16 cents tor a 24- bottle case, making the new price 96 cents. Retailers were expected ,tn most' instances, to raise the price per bottle from five cents to six cents. Princeton Coach Awarded Honor NEW YORK, Dec. 8. (/P)—Charley 3aldwell, conch of the unbeaten Princeton football team, Is the winner of the "Coach of the Year" word given annually by the Scrlpps-Howard newspapers, Caldwell came out on top today n a poll of 384 college coaches taken >y the newspaper chain. He was the holce of 111 voters, giving him a wide margin over Lynn Waldorf of California and Bud Wilkinson of Oklahoma. Wilkinson won the award ast year. Waldorf won the honor n 1935 when he coached at Northwestern. Waldorf received 50 and Wilkinson 42 first-place nominations. With the Courts Civil: ,-.-•• N. o. Nelson Co. vs. S. E. Murff uit to collect debt of J57« and nterest. ATTLEE ARRIVES — British Prime Minister Clement Attlee wears a smile on his face as he arrives at the Navy r Yard to go aboard the presidential yacht, Williamsburg, at Washington, for his second conference on world affairs with President Truman. (AP Wirephoto). , 65 50 125 ,,30 ISO 70 .75 370 60 150 105 •190 320 123' 75 75 M 50 50 510 540 65 145 275 295 115 100 50 50 150 2flO 100 390 300 50 , 125 565 SO 50 100 . 125 50 100 210 100 60 50 135 50 ' MU 2.4 2.0 4.1 . 8.2 2.0 2.0 3O 4.1 36 2,0: 4.11 7.I 1 6.3! 2.2! 2.0. 3.0( 2.05 11.0 3.0! 2.0. 3.08 14.9 2.03 9.02 3.13 10.25 3.08 2.25 287 205 12.30 1291 24.19 6.15 13.33 4.10 - 3.08 12.9! 4.10 3.08 3.03 4.92 410 205 1291 7.03 2.05 4.10 305 14 IS 7.311 10 25 3 08 266 2.05 5.13 2.05 6.13 287 ."iOS 15 17 2.46 8.15 4.30 ess 1312 ' 5.13 3.08 3.08 205 205 203 20 91 2215 266 S95 11 28 1210 4.72 4.10 205 205 813 4.10 is n 1230 203 S.13 2311 205 2.05 410 513 203 4.10 8.61 4.10 :.4« 2.05 7,39 2.0S Sli.U J. B. shvimaker Ethel S i mg Bob Smith E. R. Qmlth Luther Smith Ross Smith Roy I. Smith O. ^. Smotherc Joxph Allen Spt.jl, „ Mm. Earnest Springer 50 200 50 595 65 M 310 380 50 Buel Springer Roy M. Springer D. K. Standrldge E. W. stanfill W .E stark . T. H. steele John Stevens Melvln Stevens Gerald still Will still Willie Strange Charles Stratton Stella Stratton R. B. strlcklln J. C. stringer Andy stroud T. J. stubbs Pn.ul Stull W B. stults Paul Summers Joe Taylor L. D. Taylor Carl E Tlllotson Emrriett E Tlllotson Ava Tillery A. L. Tlndell A W. Torrance Charles Trucks I.. R. Trucker O .C. Tyler Howard Tyler -L. c Tyler R E Tyler Cecil Vassir Louie R. Wad ley Lee Walker W 1. Walker Fred Ward Llnclle Ward Roscrj Ward Wayne M Ward OnrrTon Ware O. B. Warren J C Warren Joe Watson Norman -Watson W w. 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Wright Jonn o Wright Mrs R L Wright „ 30 SCHOOI DISTRICT NO 2J lit —DEM -hsrles Armstrong 3ob*s Grocery Joe Badlllo Karl Boren Cayce's place Joe Crafton R Crawford Jr B Crawlord C Devault Delmtr Denson "leo Edwards Ernest 200 1050 30 SO 410 150 300 250 363 100 100 75 902 882 2.05 ' 3.08 2.05 27 W 2.05 2M 2.6« 205 9.20 «.40 2.05 103.33 1271 1722 3.08 , 8.80 4«20 210 220 1804 660 1320 1100 'rccman Cas'h Stros 1300 M. L Oamtr R Gill '«ul Ollllland Maud Olnn frs Cora Green way ack Hardln <• O Hardln. Jr »*rs r R Harmon Bolnui 30 200 50 50 100 13 400 M . 4.40 4.40 3.30. «.00' ,2.30 «M 220 3.20 4.40 3.30 1790 3.30 R. A. Hubbard - 50 R. E. Jones 300 William Herner 200 Mia. Joe R. King 50 Lauriel! Malone 100 Curtis Mason 50 Floyd Mellon 100 Jlmmle Metcalt 100 Jo« Mtederhoft 15 • Zaclc Murphy 30 J. W Owens M Mrs. B. O' Penntnghtoii 50 Henry PepV.lns 260 L. O. Peterson. 50 J. C. Ray 50 Sod Rosemond 200 Dolan Russell 150 Russell OaraKfl A Welding " ' 250 Mrs ^loyd Scott 200 T. H. Sheppard 50 Mrs. Nina Smith 150 Raymond Southard 200 JacX Stlnson 150 Eerl stone 550 Mrs James L Tldwell 130 Boolcer T. Turn bow 100 Bracken Walker 30 Warner Waltent 500 Roy Wllconson 50 SCHOOI, DISTRICT NO. out—DELL Gen. Mac Arthur Becomes Governor ot Okinawa TOKYO, Dec. «. (AP)--Gencral MacArthur today became governor of Okinaw* and other Byutcyu islands under a broad program apparently designed to tighten control over the strategic chain. The" '-Army ' Public Information Office said the action was ordered by the U.S. Joint chiefs of staff D. M Allen C E Applcgate Call Aston J- L. Atkinson f. L. Austin Hiram Austin J. P. Austin 0. E, Austl- Madsle Bachuss t O Balcer Charlie BalJard R D Batiks Jim Banister D. W Barber G. S Barber J C. Barber J A Baughman Leonard R Seal Robert Benefleld Cecil Brlge Winston ' Black W. M Blngg J. W. Blair 1. J. Bledco J D Bledsoe James Bohanon L H Bowden H O Buck Ernest R Byrd E D Catdwell H a Carter James W Cathey Lewis Cortman Jo« H Coleman Harry Compton Glen A Coo>: K J, Cook Jr I J. CooV Sr, W. c Cotton Berry Dlldlne Donahti* H. H Dyer O D Edmond rRB Elltott T V? Elliott Wilbur Trans John P Falls O W Furr King J Gadberrr Jojc« Olll L R olover Conrad Oeeddcll A L Halcomb Charlie Hale E W Haller Tom Hall Hannrtn !le« Ramm Marvin Ka.rell Arfom Harris D H Harris Jack Karris Bob Henderson Fr«nk Henson 'layuurn Hess Q t • Hodge tobm Holt 'aclt Hood Ali'red Hopkins D Howard H Rubbard J B Imler r armer Jackson Jackson Gwrje W. W, 125 90 50 75 215 150 50 75 75 50 50 2(0 123 215 50 115 125 175 65 50 410 245 50 125 50 693 100 185 150 50 50 50 75 610 50 65 50 160 50 125 50 50 65 300 • 50 100 50 50 120 SO SO 120 30 100 50 50 50 50 SO 90 HO 50 65 125 50 ' SO 50 870 110 M SO 2.20 13.20 8.80 '2.20 4.40 2.20 4.40 4.40 3.30 2.20 2.20 2.2U 123 2.20 2.20 880 6.60 11.00 8 GO 2.20 6.60 880 6.60 23.60 660 •S.40 2.20 8.80 2.20 23 4.88 ' 3.51 1 95 2,93 883 18.72 14.82 585 195 2.93 2.93 1 95 1.95 1053 483 033 1.95 4.48 4.83 6.83 253 I 95 1599 955 1,95 4.83 1.95 27 10 3.90 643 5.85 195 195 195 2.93 23.79 1.95 2.33 I 95 624 1.95 4.83 195 195 2.53 7.80 1.95 390 1 95 1.95 4.68 1.95 1.95 4.68 1.95 390 195 1 95 .1,95 193 US 351 1326 V95 253 483 195 1 95 I OS 26 13 4.29 195 1.9S Deweltt Jeffries Floyd Johnson L. T. Johnson L. c. Jones N. J. Jones _ Joe Jordort 100 . 50 50 . 300 1655 125 John Allen Lancaster 50 Ed Lawson • 50 Vernon Lewis Do Wayne Lewis 75 Mrs W. R. LlBhtfool 230 Watson Long Junior Lloyd. Melvln Lloyd Louis Matheney Colin Mayo Jr. Ernest Morrow Owen Mlnyard Delplm Mitchell E. J. Monroo B. I, Moore John H. Morgan Wes Morrison J B Mosley Gco. Newnerry treell Newsom Fred L. Nutt, Jr. Felton Otts S. J. Parten L. Pceples E. puts Albert Price C. H Prince Homer Putchln Q L. naper A. Ray P- C. Reams O. W Richardson Jake Richardson T. J. <Ss W H. Richardson B R Rlggs Theodore Roosevelt Lnyman Rosa Vernon Sawyer Faye Scott J H Scott H D. Shaneyfclt Earl c. Shaneyfelt C. D sharp. John Sheppard J D Shlnault E W. SLgmln Tom Slgmln Jlinmlc Simpson J. W. sfcelton L. V. Skelton Henry Z Smith Porter Smith Barney stagBs S. D. Statum Er. Olen Sullivan E A Thlemc M^rk Thrasher Marlln Transhler Jess J Tuclter Lomer Turner Coy Twoedlo J J. Vaden Sllvestre Vallo Vlllcaas Tommle Vassar O. A Wnddell W c Wade Earl Wadklns Billy IValScr Arley K Walters J L Warren Charles E Watson A M Welch J E Wells George Wesley Mrs J W Westmoreland Noel W Whistle Jerry Whistle Paul. Whistle Andy While Lawrence winner W M Wllf Gco Wllllami Oliver Williams Walter Williams Ed Wilson Joseph Wilson 1.00 130 155 50 30 100 120 50 50 140 75 50 215 M) 725 SO 50 50 50 50 150 160 50 50 SO 270 110 1120 345 125 135 30 150 50 150 95 75 10S- 100 50 125 50 50 30 215 245 270 50 140 SO 3M 165 75 165 125 215 ISO 100 50 55 550 50 73 150 80 15 100 50 30 530 310' 310 310 500 75 50 125 125 125 133 65 3.90 1.95 1.95 11.70 64.51 .4.88 1.95 1.95 3.31 2.93 9.15 3:90 S.07 6.05 1.93 1.13 3.90 4.63 IDS 1.95 5.46 293 195 8.38 195 23.23 f.95 195 1. 95 1.95 1.95 5.85 6.24 1.95 1 OS 1.95 10.53 4.23 43.63 1345 4.83 5.2! 1.95 5.85 1.95 585 3.10 293 J90 3.90 193 4.88 1.95 195 1.95 838 953 1053 I 95 5.46 195 1521 6.43 293 6.43 4.88 3.33 5.85 390 1 »5 215, 2145 195 2-93 2.93 3.90 1.95 1.95 21.43 1209 1209 1309 1950 294 l.S>5 4.8S 41.5 4BJ 609 233 Arkansas Negro Dies /"- *„<, „„ / ce MTTLE ROCK, Dec. S. (APJ — Ut_.,, „. UJIln ,v,i,|aiii 5 , Negro, 60. of ivorth Little Hock, yesterday WM the Iirst in Arkansas attributed to the present cold ivave. Williams was injured ' fatally when he fell on an Icy sidewalk. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that In pursuance ol the authority and directions contained In the de- cretal order of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba Uistrict, made and emered on the 13th day of November. 1950 In • certain cause (No. 11,347) then pending therein between Federal National Mortgage Association and D. F. Taylor, as Trustee, complainants, and Wlllard Glover and La- drenia C7lover. defendants, the undersigned ,as Commissioner of said Court, W ||] offer for sale at nubile vendue to the highest bidder, at the south door or entrance of the County Courthouse in BIytheville In the County of Mississippi, at U A.M., on December 20, 1950, the following described real estate situated In Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wlt: Lot Nine (9), Block Three (S) of the David Acres Subdivision to the GIty of Biythevllle, Arkansas. TERMS OP SALE: On K credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute i bond as reauirecl by law and the order and decree of said Court In s»ld cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of 4H per annum_from date of sale- until paid, and-a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand thU 31 day of Nov., 1950. Harvey Morris, Commissioner in Chancery ll|22-29-12[6 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 35— BUKDKTTB J W Anders William Arnold J R Aycocfc R M Aycock. Sam B.irn« Win Beasley Garland Bluckburn Prank Bradford Lemuel Brown James Buford Dta Bullud 50 135 50 100 75 115 150 150 123 175 ISO 3.13 1.90 3.80 283 6.63 3.70 5.70 4.13 865 1M Mrs. Grace Cable Jorias Camp fVniey Carson S. t?. rr-bb Jamei colley B. T, Conner O. O. Conner D. W. Conner L. M. Cooley Hugh Covlneion Mrs. Ruth Craig W. V Dnvls Henry Dean Dill Dlckerson Qeorge Donnerson ST. Henry" Donnerson Lester Dortfs W. H Duncan W, R. Duncsn W. P. Elledge Bruce Ferguson Stanley Pikes Mrs. A O. Krazler Charles -Frazler Earl Frye Robert Fuller Caldwell Gorharn R. G, Garner O. A. Garrett Clarence Gllmor* Earl Gunn Neal Guyton Harold E Hal] Tommy Hall O. R. Hamilton Kuey Hamrlck Murvln Hewes John Hicks J. T. Hipp Ande.son Howard A. C. Hurst Lewis Hyche Tom J Ingram I L Jackson Carlton James J E James Orvlllc Johnson Abe Jones Claude Jones Robert Jones Saul Jones Walter Jones Elwood Keeling Evere''. Keeling William Kclch C. E. Kelley V. B. Key P P King Lester King D'Otls Koonce 200 83 485 100 SO 145 100 1150 150 SO 100 SO fa • so 30 SO 100 so so 100 150 100 so 50 SO 125 100 ISO 325 SO 250 100 SO ns 75 100 100 205 SO 215 75 50 80 50 100 30 75 50 ISO 100 100 123 SO SO 100 330 SO SSO Max Koonce Grocery 1050 R J. Langley James Lee W. V Lesley J. P. Lloyd T. B Long E F LjOvcIady Paul S. Lowder Harry Lutes A c, McCasIln Sl!a* McCasIln Grady McCUnahan Julius McGee Charlie McGulrt G T McOuIrt Will McKlnney Jesse McNIcholi E M Mahan Henry Mahan Lovelace Mathli W. A Mailghn r. 0 Ma<ey U. MaTey Earnest Mltfdlelon James A Mitchell E M. Montgomery Horace W Morris H C. Nancy Ho land D S'asb W. L. Nash Lewis Odom John Palmer J. L. Pendergia&i H L Prrry J. E Perry D C Pillow D R, Pitta Mrs Ben Prlchsrd Martin Reagan Cora Reed Rufus Reed. H T. <<*r Edward Rlcbardsoa Oral Richmond t R. 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J. Smith Will Smith W. R. Stepp Elvln Stone. J. S. Stone Hal Sawyer Raymond Talley Bennle Tats D. R. Thompson • H E. Tinker 8. T. Trccce Robert Tunson Bessie Dshey W. c. Vanblbber A. J. Warren D. o. Warrlngton T. H. WerUherly T. A. Webb Buford Wllkerson Llllle B. Williams Harold Wise Bill Wright Raymond Young SCHOOI. DISTRICT N( LE.ICHVILI.I Walter Allen Anthony's Grocery James . A. Anthony Harry N. Ashhy Barnes Pool Hall V. L. Bog art George Blshofl V p Brandon Bob Brlnkley L E Brooks E, E. Butler Cslllhan Radio Service James Carnetl E J Garnett C. C. Carter W K. Chlldresi Robert L. Cisco City Grill City Lunch Room Cecil Cockran El don Cooper J W. Crlttenden Woodrow Crlttcnden Johnny p. Davln Mrs H O Deer W A Dew Johnny Dortch R L Eblen Mrs. W. M Edgln Mrs o E Fears Fields' Motor Service Fonts ft Talyeon Grocery Franks Grocery w. E Gammon N A, Garrison Franklin Gkle. Alvle Gray W. M Grounds Mrs. Etta Hall B J Hamby Mrs. Harvey Haughn's Grocery Mrs. J D Hesthcock T A. llerton G. W. Hill R H. Hill Walter Illnp L O. Hoglane, James O Ilonncll James E Humphrey „ Dr, E. I, llutchlnson 200 B H. Jarrett joo Hershell Johnson 275 C D Jones 50 Jimmy Jones 100 Virgil Keith 100 Ladles Toggery 650 Leachvllle Motor Co. SOO Leachvllle shoe Store 700 ... and Priced Right, Too! NOW 5/125 $065 $135 4-4/5 OT. £plNT JI/2PT. Re bright— buy ri$kt mat Bnjor to- diy i natty Ogt,t King it the mw Sturr prm! Let just one sip prove to you that heje ii America's best-raiting blend at any price! Now in new cryi- tal clear bottle that lea yc« u» ki light goodness! Yes— in todiy'i King ; Brown-Formtn proves thit fine blends need not be expensive. Try today's KJng tod»y— at rexliy'j lower ptical KING HACK Ullt. BLENDED WHISKY THf STRAIGHT WHISKIES IN THIS PRODUCT ARE 4 YEARS OR MORE OLD. 3TA% STRAIGHT WHISKIES, 6215% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS- IS PROOF. ' : : . . *> <««rv». 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Jr. Glen Pierce R. R. Rlley Grac* Rodffers E B. Stln Howard Selby Bmlley Bros Welding Shop H. V. Smith L. E. Staggs L. 8. Stewart H. G. Stroud M. I. Sutton G. E Taylor Colly ThWMt Lorle Towell John Wanner T. W. Webster J. D.' Wllklns V O. Wilkinson Clayton 0. Wilson Wilson Radio Shop H. T. Wilson R. W. Worthlngton 400 30 200 30 SO SO m 130 223 30 100 50 30 150 i 100 190 100 50 350 125 SO . 200 50 73 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. — LEACHVILLI ' Herbert Aaron Alex Albright Idys Andrews Ezora Armstrong E. E. Arnold T. J. Ashley r. B. Arnold W. L. Alhley Ruben Barks Ernest Barns Lester Barnes Elmer Bates E L Bearden Van Beard en Gilbert Bennett Floyd Bett Jack Blocker R L. Blocker Ora Bolllnger J. D. Boone Lloyd Bitmds Arlln Brewer T B. Brewer Qulncy E Brlnkley J. O Brooks Jr Charley E Brown t>eleiner Brown H«den Srown Tlllman Brown " '. Bunn James Burr O L Caldwell Arthur Calaway 0 L. Csntrell S»m Carrol O O. Carter Harrell D Casey Lee. 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