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a, MM Federal Rent Control Program Assured of 2 More Months of Lite WASHINGTON, Dee. I. yp>-Th« lederal rent control protram, due to expire In some areas Dec. 31, »M assured today of it least an- ptner two monUu of life—and nrob- ^•Wy more. jtBllli temporarily extending the Wnt law whipped through the »en- «t« and home yesterday, and today *«nt to conference to compromise differences. Aa Senate-House conferees arranged to meet, »U advanced Indication* pointed to a 75-day ex- tenafon of the present control law with Inclusion of a provision simplifying decntrol procedure. Ttoe Senate version, p&ssed by a Tote of 55 to 28, provides for a two-month extension. The House Toted 221 to 15] for a three-month extension. In effecting a compromise, Senile-House conferees were expected to r .«pUt the> difference and accepi a Senate amendment allowing a city council to decontrol local rents l>y a simple council resolution rather than a formal ordinance. The House rejected a similar decontro amendment-. As the law now stands, the main control feature of the rent law dies New Year's Eve. Thereafter there would be no compulsory con trols except In those cities and local communities now under controls which elect to retain them jjfetll June 30. "Extension of the compulsory con- •trol feature was requested by President Truman to allow the Incoming congress time to review the whole rent question for torn* oer manent solution. At tht White House yesterday , Mw wn Early said there bad BMD. general dUcusslon of a . of emergency Ex-Teacher Posts Bond for For/ Browder DOCTOR OF YEAR—Dr. Dean .Sherwood Luce, 74, grins In office ; at Canton, Mass., after he learned .that he had been cbo.sen "Family Doctor of the Year" by the Am- h .erlcan. Medical Association. Dr. « ice was making his usual daily spital rounds and did not learn ,-. his Choice by the AMA's house of delegates until he' returned' to his office. (AP Wirephoto) , Dec. ',. -year-old woman walked into the -district court cterk'i of- nce yesterday and posted »1,500 bond for Earl Browder, former No 1 American Communist. The woman Identified herseif to reporters as Miss Margaret Shipman. She said she Is a retired school teacher formerly of Lee Mass. She no w lives In a rooming house here. Browder had been In jail since Friday because he did not. produce bail 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 LITTLE ROCK. Dec. (AP)-The 19ol 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 tali was devoted to a discussion of safety measure: in case of an atomic attack. Ray Hlghtower Garland -Hodge Charley Rogue Clyde Holt Msble Honercul L*roy Hopper Her. W. H. Horn W. P. Horn Otis Horsley , Woddard Houss Charles Howard Elmer Howard Oordon Howard Mrs. Bell Hoyls Sidney Huskey ; J. P. Ingram Dewy o. Jackson Delrord T. Jones Karl W Jobe .Robert T. Johnson W. J. Johnson Clyde Jolllff Charles B. Justus Abe Keeling Paul Keeling- B. O. Keller James Kelley R. B. Kelley V A Kelley B. B. King Johnnie Klrney Clyde Klrby Albert Lafarlette Raymond renders Frank Lee Lloyd G. Lester Clntls Lovelace Marvin r.ynn . Lynn |J. McCann _ ^t'll Mccloud J. V. McCobo T. L. McPslls , J T. Mslln John O. Malloy Tom Manchester Leonard L Manning W H. Morrow Ralph Marshall Turner Msrtln O. M . Meacham TiCOnnrd Miller Lavem Mllllqan S R Modesltt Robert .Molctt Carl Morris T H. Morris W V. Morris Ed- Murphy Junior Nance Louie Ncwcomb O., A Newton Lon Newton Leek Northlnpton H H. Norton Jsmes tfowlln Annie Palmer W M. Palmertre* Jim Lee Parker Roy Farmer Hen ry Pasley Earl Pearson. J. E. Phllpot Dorsle PLerca W.-^ Pierce J • Foe tt.^W. Price George Pruett Phil Pruett Delmer Puckett Henry Puckett H. R Puckctt Wlllard D Ray Moody Reagan T P. Reagan .And] Rice Dewey Rica J B. Rio Joe Rice Merell Rice Mrs Vlctorti J. V Rich Clifford M. Bldgt P»y Rodgers Robert Rogers J E Rtrmlne Will Rowe I.owsrd H Rushing Fred Russel] Hershell Rusa«l Luthsr •tmpoon Kener I. Shipley O. O. Shockley Nolan Shockley Mirths Slioweri 75 50 100 60 50 100 200 Rice 50 100 7S 100 90 50 100 175 155 55 50 i 75 '50 270 75 50 73 365 50 220 125 250 75 35 70 50 300 315 390 150 325 100 75' 315 100 . 73 75 120 100 30 315 50 30 100 30 345 ISO 250 75 65 50 125 .30 150 70 ,75 370 60 150 105 .160 320 123' 73 75 30 50 SO 910 540 65 145 275 295 115 100 50 50 130 2flO 100 J90 300 50 , 125 SSS 30 50 100 125 50 100 210 too 60 50 185 SO ' Mil 3.03 2.05 4.10 2.46 2.05 4.10 8.20 2.05 2.0S 4.10 3.08 4.10 3.69 2.03 4.10 7.17 6.35 2.25 2.05 3.08 2.05 11.07 3.08 2.05 3 OS 1497 2.03 D.02 3 13 10.25 3,08 2.25 2 87 2.05 12.30 1291 24.15 1333 4,10 ' 3.08 12.91 4,10 308 3.03 4.92 410 203 1291 2.03 2.0; 4.10 205 1415 7.38 1025 308 266 2.05 5.13 2.05 613 2,87 3.08 1517 2.46 430 656 13 12 5 13 3.08 3.08 205 2.05 J.05 2091 2215 266 505 1128 12 10 4.72 4.10 205 2/15 615 10 M 4.10 13 » 1230 205 513 23.17 203 2.05 4.10 513 2.05 4.10 SSI 4.10 2.46 205 7.39 2.05 S'Sgt. Collier Graduates From Air Force School Staff Sgt Walter C. Collier, son of H. J. Collier of Blytheville has graduated from the Air Force Communications School at Scott Air Force Base, m., 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 n, spending a, total of four years on overseas duty. •• : ' .„ SentenceDelayed For Atom Spy Harry Gold to Face 25-Year Prison T«rm; Judge Studies Request PHILADELPHIA. Dec. ».'(*) _ Sentencing O f atomic spy courier Harry Gold'has been delayed until '" " TV CST tomorrow to give U.S. District Judge Jnmes p. McGranery time lo study the government's rte- mand for a 25-year prison term atid » <!? f « nM Ple» for "Juitic*.- Th« 3»-year-old Gold, pale and h»88»rd, sat slumped Impassively ye«terda> as U.S. Attorney Gerald A. Qleeson asked McOranery to Impose the long prison 1 term. Oold has pleaded guilty to charges of espionage, for which the max!mum penalty | E death. He admitted •Clint; as a go-between In carrying atomic information from Dr. Klaus Fuchs, confessed British «py, to Russian agents. Gold's court-uppolnted attorney John D. M. Hamilton, former chairman of ihe Republican Nallonal Committee, In a three-hour statement to the court, described the background ol event* which led Gold to n 12-year career as a courier for the Arkantai Postpone* Cortege Fund Oec/s/on LITTLE ROCK. Dec. «. (AP) _ The Arkansas LegUlatlre Cound lias postponed until next week -a decision on the greatly-increased budget request* of the state-supported colleges. : The council yesterday ended two days ol hearings on request* ol th» colleges (including the University of Arkansas), all but, one ol which came back with supplemental proposed budgets after originally stay- Ing within lessee limits fixed by C .mptroller Lee Roy Beasley. The difference between the flrs« requests and those Included In th» supplemental budgets totaled mor« than 82,000,000. I»51 PONTIACS ARRIVE-PorUlac's new line for 1851 will on Soft Drink Prices Hiked in State LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 8. <AP>»Most bottling companies here rafc- ed wholesale prices on soft drinks yesterday, and retailers were expected to follow suit. Only major exception was v the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Arkansas. A Coca-Cola spokesman said lie knew of no plans for a price Increase. Other companies boosted the wholesale price 16 cents for a 24- bottle case, making the new price 96 cents. Retailers were expected ,In most Instances, to raise the price per bottle from five cents to six cents Princeton Coach Awarded Honor NEW YOHK, Dec. 8. (X>>— Charley SalcJwell, coach or the unbeaten Princeton football team, Is the winner of the "Coach of the Year" ward given annually by the Scripps-Howard newspapers. Caldwell came out on top today n a poll of 384 college coaches taken ty the newspaper chain. He was the hoice of 111 voters, giving him a wide margin over Lynn Waldorf of California and Bud Wilkinson of Jklahoma. Wilkinson won the award ast year. Waldorf won the honor 1935 when he coached at Northwestern. ' • ' : Waldorf received 50 and Wilkinson 42 first-place nominations. With the Courts "!MI:" ,-.- : ' N. O. Nelson Co. vs. S. E. MurfT uit to collect debt of J518 and nterest. ATTLEE ARRIVES - British Prime Minister element Attlee wears a imtle on his face as he arrives at the Navy Yard to go f,^if, rd ,! he Pfes'dential yacnt. Willlamsburg, at Washington, for hf s second conference on world affairs with President Truman. (AP Wirephoto). . - - B. shumaker Ethel Sims Bob Smith E. R. Smith thither Smith Roan Smith Roy I. Smith O. f. Smothers Joseph Allen Sp...^ ^ Mrs. Earnest Sprlna-er 50 Bue! Springer Roy M. Springer D. E. Stanrtrldge E. W. Stan/ill W .E Stark T. H. steele John Stevens Mclvln Stevens Gerald Still Will still Willie Stranye Charles Stratton Stella Stratton R. B strlcslln J. C. stringer Andy stroud T. J stubbs Paul Stiill W B. Stutts Paul Summers Joe Taylor L. D. T.iylor Cnrl E Tlllotson Emmctt E Tlltotson Ava Tlllery A r.. Tlndell A. W. Torrance Charles Trucks L. R. Trucker C .C. Tyler Howard Tyler -L. C Tyler R E Tyler Cecil Vassar « Louie R Wadler 50 Lee Walker 80 W L Walker 75 Fred Ward 75 Llodte Ward 50 Rosco Ward 100 Wayne M Ward 100 Oordon Ware 130 G. B. Warren 245 J C Warren 50 Joe Watson • 50 Norman -Watson 30 W Wn'son Jf 950 200 30 595 «5 90 310 330 50 50 100 230 75 215 75 225 73 435 30 50 485 50 75 140 100 50 30 100 150 go M 75 150 50 Watson Oln & stors 2500 Brooks Whltcslde Ciny Whitney Wfoctrow Whitney fl. Lee Wldemon Marcus Wilkinson Kins Wiley Charles Wllllarp* Elmer Williams Elton Williams J B Williams Joe Williams J. T. Williams R B & R L. Williams R L, VVIJMams R B Williams Lull Williams Ellis Wlnsuad Herbert Wood all Roy Wortham W M Wnrtham Bell Wright Elarry S Wright J C Wright John G Wright Mrs R L Wright 100 375 353 30 75 53 65 220 215 50 75 30 B75 50 65 63 50 200 205 50 65 2525 310 420 13 g u 3 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO ZJ 1 «.2 2.0, 24.4C 2.66 3.6' 12.7 15.3< 2.0 2.05 2.0 2.37 4.11 9.4: 3.T4 3.08 8.82 3.0E 9.23 3.08 17.83 2.05 2.05 2.05 1988 2.0S 3.08 13.33 3.28 9.84 4.10 2.05 2.03 4.10 6.1 2.05 2.66 3.08 2^25 3.08 4.10 1.15 205 ros 328 3.08 3.08 205 4 10 4.10 533 10.05 2.05 203 205 3895 10250 4 10 15 W 1559 303 308 2.25 206 9.02 8.82 2.05 ' 3.08 2.05 27 68 2.05 2M 266 2.OS (.30 8.40 2.03 10353 1271 1722 308 Charles Armstrong Bob's Grocery Joe Badlllo Sari Boren Cayce's Place Joe Crafton H R Crawford Jr. R B Crawford. f C Devault Dclmar Denson Cleo Edwards Ernest Evans Jr. 200 1050 M 50 410 150 300 250 JM ICO 100 15 Freeman Cash stro» 1500 - -- — Osmsr lr» R Gill Paul GlllllaniJ Maud Olnii Mrs Cora Oreenway Jack Hardln R D Ha.-dln. Jr Mrs. r R M 100 SO 50 100 75 400 10 M 880 4C20 220 220 1804 «80 1320 11.00 n.n 440 4.40 3.30. M.OO' ,2.20 8.80 220 220 4.40 330 17 M 1.20 Ml R. A. Hubbard 50 R. 15. Jones 300 William Herner 200 Mn. Joe R. King 50 Laudell Malone 100 Cnrtls Mason 50 Floyd Melton 100 Jlmmle Wetcalf 100 Joe Mlederholt -75 Zack Murphy 50 J. W Owens 50 Mrs. B. O'. PennlnBhtoa 50 Henry Perkins 280 L. O. Peterson 50 J. C Ray so Sod Rosemond 200 Dolan Russell 150 Russell Garaga Ai Welding i 250 Mrs "noyd Scott 200 T H Sheppard so Mrs, Nina Smith 150 Raymond Southard 200 Jack Stlnaon jso Earl stone 650 Mrs Jamea L Tldwell 150 Booker T. Tumbow 100 Bracken Walker 50 Warner Walters 200 Boy Wllcoxson 50 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO it-OKLL Se/r. Mac Arthur Becomes Governor of Okinawa TOKYO, Dec. ». (AP)-GeneraJ MacArthur today became governor of Okinawa and other Ryukyu is- ands 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 O E Applepat* Karl Aston J. I/. Atkln.son P. L. Austin Hiram Austin J. P. Austin O. Z. Austl- Mads-Le Bachuss *. O. Baker Charlie Ballard R D Banks Jim Banister D, W Barber 0. S Barber J C. Barber J A. Batighman Leonard R Bea] Robert Benelleld Cecil Brtge Winston" Black Of. M Blagr; J. W. Blair 1. J Blediro J a Bledso« James Bohanon L H Bowden H O Buck Ernest R Byrd E D Cald W el| H H Carter James W Calhey Lewis Colfman Joe H Colemim Harry Compton Olen A Cook K J. cook Jr. —. J Cook Sr. W. C Cotton Berry Olldln« Jamea Donihui H. H Dyer O D Edmond Oeorc« Elliott T. W Elliott Wilbur Evans John r Falla O. W Fun- King J Cadberry Joyc« Oil] L R Qlover Conrad Oeeddell A L Halcomb Charlie H»!e «. W Haller Tom Hall H Kannon flee Rarnm vfarrln Hairell ^rlon Harris H Harris Jack Karris lob Henderson *rank Henson Clayburn Hess O f • Hodge totovn Holt J«ck Hood Alfred Hopkins W. D Howard B. K Hubtiard W. B Imler Farmer Jackson Gtorte Jack«on W. W. 125 90 50 75 215 <80 380 150 50 15 75 50 50 270 125 215 50 115 125 175 65 50 410 245 50 125 50 695 100 165 150 50 50 50 75 610 50 85 50 160 50 125 50 50 85 200 • 50 100 50 50 120 50 50 120 50 100 50 50 50 50 50 90 340 50 65 125 50 50 50 870 110 .W 50 2.20 13.20 8.80 2.20 4.40 2.20 4.40 4.40 3.30 2.20 2.20 2.20 I2.3_ 2.20 2,20 8.80 6.60 -11.00 8.80 2.20 6.60 880 6.60 23,60 6 60 4.40 2.20 880 220 21 4.88 3.51 1.95 2.93 883 18.72 148? 5.85 ; . 1.95 2.03 293 1.9.5 1 95 10.53 483 833 1.95 4.48 4.83 6.83 253 195 1599 105 483 1.85 2710 3.90 6.43 385 195 195 195 2.93 23.79 1.95 253 1.1 95 624 1.93 463 I 95 2.53 7.80 195 390 195 195 463 155 195 4,68 1.35 300 193 195 I OS 195 1 OS 351 1326 His 2.53 4.63 195 1.95 1.85 3613 4,29 . 155 195 its IM < Deweltt Jeffries Floyd Johnson L. T. Johnson L. C. Jones N. J. Jones . Joe Jordon . 100 ,- SO 50 300 1655 125 John Allen Lancaster 50 Ed l,awson • M Vernon Lewis 90 Wayne Lewis 75 Mrs, W. H. LlBhtfcot 250 Watson Long Junior 1-loyd Melvln Lloyd LouU Matheney Colin Mayo Jr. Ernest Morrow Owen Mlnyard Delpha Mitchell E. J, Monroe B. L Moore John H. Morgan Wes Morrison J, B Motley <3eo. New-berry Ut'ell Newsom Fred L. Null, jr. Felton Otts S. J. Parlen L. Pceples E. Pitts Albert Price C. 11 Prince Homer Putchln Q L Raper A. Ray P. C. Reams O. W Richardson Jake Richardson T. J. A; W H. Richardson B n Hlg55 Theodore Roosevelt Layman Ross Vernrjn Sawyer Faye Scott J. H Scott H O. ShaneyfDH Earl c. Shaneyfelt C. D Sharp John Sheppard J D shlnaull E W. sljmln Tom Sltfmln Jlmnile Simpson J. W. SSclton L. V. Skelton Henry z Smith Porter Smith Bnrncy Stares S. D. statum Sr. Olcn Sullivan E A Thleme Mark Thrasher Marlln Tranghlflr Jess J Tucker Lomor Turner Coy Tweedle J J Vaden Sllvestra Valid VII1CRU Tommle Vassar O. A. Waddcll W. C Wade Earl Wadklns Billy Walker Arlcy K Walters J. it. Warren Charles E, Watson A M Welch J E Wells George Wesley Mra J W Westmoreland Noel W IVhtstle Jprry Whistle Paul. Whittle Andy While I-awrence Wldner W M Wllf Goo Williams Oliver Williams Waller Williams Ed Wilson Joseph IVIlson 100 130 155 50 50 100 120 50 50 140 75 50 215 50 725 50 50 50 50 50 150 150 50 50 50 270 110 1120 345 125 50 150 50 150 95 75 100 50 125 50 50 30 215 245 270 50 140 50 390 165 75 165 125 215 150 100 50. 35 550 50 75 150 80 75 100 50 30 350 310 310 310 500 75 50 125 125 125 155 65 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO BURriKTTg 390 1.95 liito 64.55 ,4.88 1.S5 1.95 3.51 2.93 9.73 3X17 6.03 1.95 l.lj 390 4.68 1.55 195 3.46 2.93 1.95 8,38 1.93 28.28 f.9S 1.93 1.95 1.95 1.95 5.85 624 1.95 1.95 1.95 10.53 4.29 43.68 13.43 4.68 5.2? 1.05 585 1.95 585 3.70 293 3.90 3.90 1.95 4.88 1.95 195 1.95 8.33 955 1053 I 65 5.46 1.95 1521 6.43 293 6.43 4.33 B.13 s.as 3.90 1,93 215 21 45 1.95 393 Sfi 2.93 389 I 95 1.95 31 43 12.09 1209 1209 1950 1.95 4.&S 483 4.88 6.05 253 35— J W Anden William Arnold J R Aycock R M Aycock. am Barnes Will Beuley Garland BlMkbura Prank Bradford Lemuel Brown Jamea fiuforl SO 135 50 100 75 175 150 150 125 175 S.13 1.90 380 285 0.65 5.70 5.10 4.1S - 8»5 14* Mrs, Grace Oabla Jona_s Camp Flnley Carson E. M. Cobb Jamei Colley ; B. T. Conner O. C, Conner D. W. Conner L. M. Cooley Hugh Covtngton Mrs. Ruth Craig W, V Davis Henry £>*an DIM Dlckerson G*orge Donnerson 8 Henry" Donnerson Lester DorrlB W, H Duncan W. R. Duncan W. P. Elledge Bruce Ferguson Stanley Pikes Mrs, A O. Frarlcr Charles -FrazJer Earl Fry a Robert Puller Caldwell Gorham R. G. Garner O. A. Garrttt Clarence OJlmora Carl Gunn Ncal Guyton Harold E Hal] Tommy Hall O. R. Hamilton Kuey Hamrlck Murvln. Hewes John HIcVa J. T. Hipp Ande.son Howard A O. Hurst Lewis Hyche Tom J Tngram 1 L Jacfcson Carlton Jamei J K James OrrlJIe Johnson Abe Jane* Claude Jones Robert Jones Raul Jones Walter Jones Elwood Keeling Evcre'*- Keeling William Kelch C. E, Keltey V. B. Key F P King Lester KLng B'Otls Koonce Arkansas Negro Dies A **^» Kffll ** i ' "" 1*7 ice LITTLE ROOK, Dec. 8. (AP) — ,'JL^.,i „. UJ ,u, rtiliiiHiis, Negro, 60. ol North Little Rock, yesterday wa-i (he first in Arkansas attributed to the present coW wave. Williams was injured' fatally when ho fell on nn icy sidewalk. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN M:at In pursuance of the authority and directions contained In the de- cretal order of the Chancery Court of Mississippi Cour.iy, Chickasawba District, made and entered on the 13th day of November, 1950 In i certain came (No. n,347> then pending therein between Federal National Mortgage Association and D. P. Taylor, as Trustee, complainants, and Willard Glover and La. drenia Glover, rtefendantj, the undersigned ,as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public yendue to the highest bidder, at tne south door or entrance of the County Courthouse In BlythevUle in the County of Mississippi, at 11 A.M., on December 20, 1950, the following described real estati. situated In Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: Lot Nine (9), Block Three (S) of the David Acres Subdivision to the Gity of Slythecille, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: on a credit of three months, the purchmer being required to execute a bond as rconlred by law and the order "id decree of said Court In said cause, with approved security, bearing Interest at the rate of 4',4 per annum from date ol aala until paid and a lien being'retained on iremises sold to secure the ment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand this JI day,, of Nov.,;. 1950. Harvey Morris, Commissioner In Chancery ll|22-29-12i6 200 S5 485 10O SO 145 100 1160 150 50 100 so ex> • M -. so 50 100 50 50 100 . 150 100 50 50 50 125 100 180 325 50 350 125 100 50 175 75 100 100 231 50 215 75 50 80 50 100 50 75 50 150 50 100 100 125 50 50 100 330 50 S50 Max Koonce Grocery 1050 Lnnglcy Lee Lesley Lloyd Long R J. James W. V J. P. T. B B P Paul S. Lowdcr Harry Lutes A O. McCaslln Slli« McCaslln Or.idy McCtannhan Julius McOee Charlie McOulit O. T. McGuIrt Will McKlnner Jesse McNIcholi K M. Mahan Henry Mahan Lovelace Mathla W. A Maufhn f O Maiey A L. Maxey Earnest Mlddleton James A Mitchell K M. Montgomery Horace W Minis R C. Nancy Roland D Sash W. L. Mash Lewis Odom John Palmer J. L. Pendergrasa H L Perry J. E. Perry [> C Pillow D R. Pitta Mrs. Ben Prtchard Martin Reigarj Cora Reed Rufus Reed . R T. rt«f Edward Richardson Oral Richmond r S. Rlgjby R D Rlgsby 130 125 100 290 65 ISO 100 400 l«i 100 75 150 110 50 70 50 4*1 75 100 75 50 100 50 100 O so so 370 • 55 75 100 50 145 125 125 SO 125 100 50 50 100 100 M 50 too 7.60 3.23 18.43 3.80 1.90 5.51 . 3.SO 44.03 5.70 1.00 3.80 1.90 528 1.90 1.90 I.SO 3.80 1.80 l.DO 3.80 5.70 380 190 1.90 1.90 4.75 3M 6.84 1235 1.90 0.50 4.75 3.80 1.90 fl 65 2.85 3.80 3.80 T.79 1.90 II 97 2.85 1.90 3.04 1.90 380 1.90 2.85 1.00 5.70 1.90 380 3.80 4.75 1.30 1.90 3.80 1254 1.90 2090 39.80 4 34 4.75 380 1102 2.47 e.oa 3.to 1520 380 285 5.70 4.18 i.eo 2.69 190 17.48 2.85 3.80 285 3.80 3.30 190 HOO 1349 2J5 3.80 1.80 9.31 4.75 4.7S 1JO 4.75 380 190 160 3.60 3 SO 1.98 1.90 3.80 l.M Earl Rbberts Bam RUSH Arthur Sampson Frank Sanders Roosevelt Savag* A. M. Scott Button Scott Otto Scrap* Andrew Self Mrs. A. L. Smith A. L. Smith Herman Smith Bam Smith S. J. Smith Will Smith W. R. Stepp ElTln Stone J. 3. Stono Ha] Bawyer Raymond Talley Bennle Tate D. R Thompson H E. Tinker 3. T. Trcece Robert Tun son Bessie Ushey W. C. Vanblbber A. J. Warren D. o, Warrlngloa T. B. Weatherly T. A. Webb Buford Wllkerson Llllle B. Williams Harold Wise Bill Wright Raymond Young and Prjced Right, Too! Nor $/|25' 1065 $135 Be bright—buy rlgbt nta/ Enjoy to- dtp j nally light Km^ at the mv lowtr trial Letjust one sip prove to you that here it Americi's best-tasting blend at my pticel Now in new crr»" «1 clear bottle that lea yoa set in kgbt goodn«»! Yes—in tod»f'« Kioev Browri-Fornun ptovo thicfineblenclf need not be expensive. Try tocUy'i King todiy—« todiy'i lower pticel KIK6 IUCK Ulfl. BLENDED WHISKY.TBt STRAIGHT WHISKIES IN THIS PRODUCT ARE 4 YEARS OR.MORE OLO. 37^% STRAIGHT WHISKIES, 62M5J GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITSj SS PROOF. '• , ' New Light Packan IROWM^MMAN pISTIUEK COCrORATION Al Leu-mil* In K»nluctty 75 50 50 50 150 50 100 .575 75 600 520 50 15 100 100 250 50 100 125 150 7S 100 100 150 75 50 625 100 50 50 100' 30 50 390 75 50 ' J.8S l.M 1.90 5/10 1.60 3.80 31 83 2.8S 22.80 1.90 205 3.80 1.80 050 l.M 3.90 4,75 5.70 3.95 3.80 3.80 5.70 285 1.90 23 5« 3.80 1.90 190 380 1.90 I 90 13,30 2.85 1.90 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4* In— LEACHVILLI Walter AJlen Anthony's Grocery Jamea A. Anthony Harry h. Ashby Barnes Pool Hall V. L. Bogart George Blshofl V P. Brandon Boh Brlnkley L E Brooka C £. Butler Calllhan Radio Service James Carnell Z J Garnett c. 0. Carter W K. Children Robert L. Cisco City Drill City Lunch Room Cecil Cockrnn Eldon Cooper J W. Crlttenden Woodrow Crlttcnden Johnny P. Davla Mrs H c Deer W A Dew Johnny Dortch R L Eblen Mn. W. M Edgla Mrs o K. rears FleJtts.' Motor Servlct Fouts <t Calyeon Grocery FranX* Grocery W. E Gammon N A. Garrison franklin Gllet Alvle Gray W. M Ground! Mrs. Etta Hall B J Hamby Mrs, Harvey Haughn's Grocery Mrs. J. D Henthcock T A. Hcrton O. W Hill R. H Hill Walter Hipp L O. Hogland James O Honnell James c Humphrey Dr E L Hutchlnson 200 B. H, Jarrctt 200 Her*he!l Johnson 273 E D, Jones 50 Jimmy Jones 100 Virgil Keith 100 Ladl«g Toggery 650 Leachvllle Motor Co. 500 LeacnvlUe Shoe Store 700 so 373 50 JO 150 50 50 100 250 200 100 250 50 50 so 250 50 200 100 50 so 50 M 133 75 50 50 1025 50 50 650 500 630 275 loo 50 50 50 so 50 50 300 SO 300 175 175 so 109 200 300 Leachvl'le PreM W M Uwla Bud (itUrtltM Hugh McCain O. W. Madison Claud C) Mathli Ollle Matthews Uutl 1000 100 30 30 100 SO 50 1C* 2.10 15.75 2.10 2.10 6.30 2.10 2.10 4.20 ro.so 8.40 4.20 1050 2.10 2.10 2.10 1050 2.10 8.40 4.20 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 «.30 313 2.10 2.10 43.05 2.10 210 27.30 21.00 2730 11.35 420 2.10 2.10 2,10 210 2 10 • 2.10 1260 210 1260 73S 7.35 210 420 8.40 1260 840 8.40 1153 210 420 420 27.30 21.00 2340 4200 420 2.10 2,10 420 210 2 10 Maynor'A Grocery O. W. MtKdowi' Paul ModLaett T. M. Nelson Pansy's Beauty Shop Peoples rurnltur* , Store W. R. Phillip, Jr. Glen Pierce R. R. Hlley One* Rodgen T.. B. ailn Howard Selby Smiley Brm Weldlnf Shop H. V. Smith L. B. Stlgga L. 8.'Stewart H. Q. Stroud M. 1. Sutlon O. K Taylor Colly Thweat Ixjrle Towel! John Wanner T. W. Webster J. D.-wilklns V O. Wllklnaon Ol«ylon O. Wilson Wilson Radio Soop H T. Wllncm R. W. WorihlnRton , SCHOOL DISTRICT NO —I.TACHVILLl Herbert Aaron Alex Albright lays Andrew* Ezora Armstrong B. K. Arnold T. J. Ashley - f. B. Arnold W. L. Ashley Ruben Barks Ernest Barns Lester Barnee Elmer Bates K I* Bearden Van Beard en Gilbert Bennett Floyd Best Jack Blocker R L Blocker Or» Bolflnger •!. D. Boone Lloyd Enundi Arlln Brewer T B. Brower Qulncy E Brlnkley J. a Brooks Jr Charley 'S Brown Deleaner Brown Haden Brown Tlllman Brown O /. Bunn JameB Burr O 0 Caldwetl Arthur Calaway O t.. cantrell Sam Carrol O O. Csrter Harrell D Casey Lee chadwlclc Charley Clark Robert Cobb Ourtls Cole Frank J colt 0. E.,Cook T B Cook A. K. comellson R B. Covey. Jr. Cus>ne Crews M. O. Croom R A. Croom Doyl« Crouch Clar» Currell Wlllnrd Damron Jcthro Davidson R. H Dftvldsoa Charlie Davis John O. Davis Russell Davis 0 K Decker !xmt« DeRpuuer Tom De /> ' T. 1 125 so 150 SO 150 400 50 900 SO 50 M 121 S50 225 30 100 50 50 150 100. 100 100 50 350 125 50 200 50 75 ' 0 r T Dcwltt Sam Dickey Arvll Dnaa Freddie Dodd. Z - r. Dordon Jackl* Dunrllns Henrj Edgm Max Fmlrchlld Clifford nelder 1 » nnley Jack D. Fletcher Ray I Fortaon E. L,. 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Hnckworth Mamie FTall Paul Hall Sam Ham brick CllltorO Hamilton GeorgV Hamilton Dan N. Hannera I ile Hanners A lies Hsrgrov* Tom Harrell Fred HarUfleld H. C. Hartslleld Le« Realey Albert Herrell Kurt Hicks Raymond Hlcka J. O. Hlgglnbotham A|T!I Hongea Layman Hodge, Rer. J, H. Hogan Ralph Hunter Charley Jackson Garland T. Jackson Stonewall Jackson T. P. Jackson V. 6| Johnson Claud Jonei Lowell Jones Mrs. D. o Julian Wlllard Julian Elmer Keller Harver Kllllngaworth Harry Klncalci J W Kinder Edward King J. D. Klrby W. L. Knatcal . t DaTld H Langler J. B. Langeton Elvis Larry O. F. Lawson Lloyd Layne Sr. Her. R. r Llddell H R Llndley Charley D Union 3. L. Llpper Elvis Lowery E W. LUJk /• Elmer McCall V. H. McCord H I, McClaln L. M. McClaln C T. McDols Mattle McGlc-wen Albert Mann J H M^ansell O. B. Martin R U Martin R H Medlock Frank Miller Herbert Mllllgan Jts« Montgomery Walter Moore Oeorg. Morgan James Morgan Joe Morgan Joseph A Morgan Jr. Dale Murray M. O *anc« D. J. 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L. 81 sic Kthel Skipper Delmer Slatton I, J. Smltherman V. ». .Smlthrman John L. Snow Leonard P. snow State Line BUtlon 8. H. Steed : Ophus Stewart ' T. O. Stewart •.-•• B. Tanner A. o. Thomai Roy Thompson J. O, Thorp B Herman Tlnnln A.. B, Tompklrj* Albert True J. H Trus J. O. Turner Johnny Vandlver II. L. VanlnndlghSD W. r. Walker Jesse Walls Od« Ward W. O. Ward Lelchton War* A. P. Weaver O. E. Wearer Vernon O. Weaver H. Z. Welker John H. Wells tester Weal so . 170 73 M 463 275 375 123 215 30 435 30 50100 223 30 JSO 115 SO SO 30 W 123 440 175 90 170 325 50' 50 480 323 Frank Westmoreland 235 Lester Wiggins B. L. Wilson L. O. Wilson Melvln Wlnberry Martin b. Wlrt Jr. Jack A Wright Euell YounR 375 SO 150 30 150 375 30 SCHOOL DISTRICT SO. LOST CAM 3ojd naicinson W. O. Bachusi Hurley Ballty K. E. Boren J«mea W. Boren F. L Bourland Wade Bourland J. D. Brady •f. R. Briley K. f. Erlley W. C. Canamort K Claud Cox Turner Cox W. D. Crow J. R. Dobbs Russell Downlnj B .r. Earle Wcslny Edwsrdi Elite Eursole Scvllo Evans J. C Fields W. W Garret'. N. J Oullcy Sam Hicks Junior Hilton A M Hollls Keal Jeter Walter Jones Cleo Knowlton Clarence Lftwrcnc* C D. Ledrord Cuthbert Lewis J B. Lorren John M Lorren Hoy Lorren Dava Lowman Glen L. Lute W. T. Meredith Cecil Mitchell E O. Moody Jim c. Nelson HE Norton Thurmon Nuckhols •7 Wade Owen* Oscar Pago Luther P-irks George Payn« Lliburn E. Perkltu Robert Petty Robert Powell Jr. John Rabbins Charles I! Sanders It. O. Scrogplns W, L. Sharp Garland Smith T, C. Smith 100 59 100 335 173 100 180 850 30 75 390 60 100 50 50 933 250 50 30 160 100 50 225 ISO 50 17S 153 120 JO 50 100 493 50 6SO 100 75 50 103 100 30 100 30 233 16S 100 75 35 373 100 73 100 50 SO 200 100 30 Raymond Stevenson 105 H T, Stallcr 12J Willis Stutts 370 P, S, Thompson so S. B Thompson .'• » Mrs J. R. Thorps' 40 J. B. Tucker 100 Pled. Waltm 100 I*. X. 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