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(Ark.) Oswrltr Von - Towrfty, M«y 7, tftt William Styron Wins Pulitzer Fiction Prize NEW YORK AP) - The 1968 Pulitzer Prize for fiction has! been awarded to William Sty- rim's Controversial novel, "The Confessions of Nat Turner," which was based on an 1831 Negro slave revolt. John S. Knight, and staff members of two of his newspapers were honored Monday with three separate Pulitzer Prizes for journalistic excellence—a triple triumph unique in the 52- year history of the awards. Knight, editorial director of the Knight Newspapers, won one for distinguished editorial writing. Eugene Gray Payne of Knight's Charlotte, N.C., Observer, was. named the outstanding editorial cartoonist of 1967. The staff of Knight's Detroit Free Press, which has been shut down since last November in a labor dispute, was cited for local reporting,of the 1967 Detroit riots and their causes. For the fourth time in the past six years, no award was given for drama. . ... The Pulitzer Prize for meritorious public service was won b# the Riverside, Calif., Press-Enterprise for its expose of corruption in the courts in connection with the handling of property and estates of an Indian tribe in California. George F. Kennan, former U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union, became a two-time prize winner. He received the 1968 award for biography for "Memoirs 1925-1950." In 1957 he won in the history category. , President Grayson Kirk of Co-1 umbia University announced 14 prizes as awarded by the board of trustees based on recommendations by the Advisory "Board on Pulitzer Prizes, - compared mainly of newspaper executives. The prizes were stablished in the will of the late Joseph Pulitzer, who died in 1911, and,were first presented in 1917. Pulitzer founded the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and published the old New York World. Individual prize winners in journalism and the arts receive $1,000 each, with an equal sum to those who share an award. In the "case of the staff award to [he Detroit' Free Pressj the $1,000 will be sent to Managing Editor Frank Angelo for disposition by the staff. The meritorious service award in journalism is a medal. Tie award for a straight news photograph went to Rocco" Morabito of the Jacksonville, Fla., Journal. His picture of an unconscious utility lineman being revived by mouth-to-mouth resuscitation was captioned, "The Kiss of Life." Feature news photography was established as a separate category for the first time this year and the prize was won by Toshio Sakai of United Press International. ; His Vietnam war combat photograph; "Dreams oi Better Times" showed a weary American soldier asleep in the rain while a buddy kept watch. The national reporting priz* was awarded jointly to Howard James of the Christian Science Monitor for a series of articles on "Crisis in the Courts" and to Nathan "Nick" Kotz of the Des Moines Register. Kotz was cited for his "reporting of unsanitary conditions in many meat packing plants, which helped insure the passage of Federal Wholesome 1 Meat Act of 1967." • * + * The prize lot International Reporting was awarded to Alfred Friendly of the. Washington Post for his coverage of the Middle East war in 1967. J. Anthony Lukas of the New York Times was the prize for local investigative reporting for his account of the life and murder of Linda Fitzpatrick. She Watts Hospital LOS ANGELES (AP) - When investigators .sought the causes of the Watts rioting of 1965, they reported among residents' complaints lack of nearby hospital care. Three thousand persons attended ground-breaking ceremonies Saturday for the $23.5-million Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. General Hospital in the predominantly Negro south<entral area. The 400-bed county hospital named after the slain civil rights leader will be open in about three years. was slain with her hippie boyfriend in an East Village tenement boiler room in New York. In the arts and letters, Will Durant and his wife, Ariel, won the general nonfiction prize with "Russeau and Revolution." It is the 10th and concluding volume of "The Story of Civilization" series. The history award: went to Bernard Bailyn for his "The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution." He has written extensively on American history. • .'•••••• : '• The poetry prize went to Anthony Hecht for "The Hard Sours," his fourth work. His first volume of poems was published in 1954. George Crumb received the music prize for his orchestral suite, "Echoes of Time and the River," performed for the first time May 26,1967 by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Bobby Has Wrong Image? NEW YORK (AP) - An expert on natural resources and population trends declared today a man with 10 children has the wrong image to be president of the United States. And that, said William Vogt, a former director of the Planned Parenthood Federation, is why he probably won't vote for Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, D-N.Y., if the Democrats nominate him to succeed Lyndon Johnson. Vogt told a reporter that Kennedy's election "would set back the'attempt to achieve a ration- al population policy for years." Vogt, author of "Road.to Survival" and other works on conservation of -resources and world population control, asked: "How .could the United States, presided over by a man with 10 or more children, go to the exploding populations of the world and urge a cut in their birth rate? "The last thing this country needs is more people. And the next to last, in my opinion, is a president of the United States who sets such a bad example." McClellan to Expose Washington Riot Plot By WILLIAM MORAN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. John L." McClellan says he'll expose plans by parties as yet unnamed to turn the Pbor People's Campaign in Washington into a . riot. ' ' "The Arkansas Democrat, chairman of a Senate investigations subcommittee, said he'll reveal what the panel uncovered about discussions by persons he said plan to move in during the planned nonviolent demonstration and "engage in rioting and battling." .His:comments in the Senate catne as Congress'was considering Monday 26. bills aimed at limiting use of federal property by demonstrators for camp-ins. .'The Rev. Ralph David.Aber- nathy, head of the Southern Christian Leadership. Conference, is organizing caravans of poor people heading for Washington from Southern towns and citjes across the Cation. . The SCLC. has not revealed where, the .demoh'stratbfs will camp, while in -Washington but .reportedly favors building a ''shanty tiiwh" oh the Mall, between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. The first contingent of the Pool- People's Campaign is due Jh Washington Monday. Campaign planners say they expect up to 15,000 demonstrator* in the city by May 27. One cangresman, Democrat Alton Lennbn of North Carolina, told a House subcommittee Monday he thinks250,000 people will converge on Washington. Lennon is oae of the sponsors of legislation prohibiting isiu- ance of permits for any cjimp> • in.'" '•••;•••-"..,.; ;' ' Rep. WillUm M. Golmtr, D .Mist., told the the primary objective of the demonstration is to cause trouble despite what its leaders say. "They're not concerned about the welfare of the average poor person," Colmef said. "They're coming here to cause trouble." Sen. Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., said the capital city is so gripped with fear that federal troops should be stationed in the streets HOW. He said that in ai dition to the planned campaign, the crime rate is a factor in this fear. Vogt earlier stated his views in a letter printed in the Baltimore Evening Sun. A spokesman for the Planned Parenthood Federation tut-tutted Vogt's criticism. t. "One of our most cherished tenets is that it's up to the parents to decide how many children they should have—this is the heritage of free people," the spokesman said. And at any rate, the spokesman added, voluntary birth control is working well in the United States despite such families as the Bobby Kennedys. In 1967 the birth rate dropped to a record low of 17.9 per 1,000 population, compared with a previous low of 18.4 during the depression of the 1930s. Vogt, who headed the federation from 1951 to 1961, said its members seem to think "it's all right for the rich to have-so many kids because the rich can give their children so many advantages." He disagrees. For one thing, Vogt said, rich people with large families add more than their share to the nation's. ?ir and water pollution, housing shortage and other environmental problems. "A rich child is likely tfl placs more of a strain en the environ; ment siniply because he has, more money to spend," Vogt es- piaihed. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSiSSIPPi COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Lois Woolafd, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17622 Carl Wesley Woolard, Defendant. The defendant, Carl Wesley Woolard, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days'in the court •. named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Lois Woolard. Dated this 6th day of May, 1968, at 9:15 o'clock A.M. SEAL ' GERALDINE LITSON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Ed B.Coofc Attorney •Percy A. Wright, Atty. Ad. Litem. .5-7,14,21,28 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the. State of Ar- kansasfor a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: Steve's Pub, 1204 S. 16th Street; Ely the- ville, •M'issis'sippi"County. : The undersigned , states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good 'moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating,the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be issued for operation' beginning on the 1st day of July, 1968, arid to expire on the Sdth day of June, 1969. " " STEVEN T. JOHNSON; Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to be- fore'me" this 6th day pf May, 1968 ''"'"'• ' "' .CHARLES A. HINDMAN, '"•'•' ~". Notary Public. SEAL My Commission expires: Dee. 14, 1969. ' ' ••-'•' 5?7, 14 dedicated to th« highest standard* ofwrviee COBBFUNERAL HOME it a menttcr of NATIONAL SELECTED MQRfiGIANS fin International A$t&iaiio,ri of . Funetal Bireclon with a cent* of . elhiet dedicated to i«ne and proUct the public int*r*a. MIMIC* BY IHytTATre* Funeral Homt ARE. HI It Nllti ' | It W Lot. .60 .18 .15 Mitt Wttll ' L«t 25 K, NEV4 t 15 10 Lot l.W .45 .25 ttivt D, divert UW I, J8S ft, « N. m ft, of E. «a n., AiiUII'Mi'lHi NWy« 1 16 10 Lot 1.30 .M .25 Thomas M. Crawford, Jr. All Tract 1 NBV4 lying N. «f Park Laa«, W. Of Hawks i Hudginj tot* t E. Of Lot 6 of to* Crawford Subdivision 1 15 10 Lot 1.20 .30 .25 DORRIS CRAWFORD SUBDIVISION 1-15-10 Floyd Freeman and \• •' Virg.'Jo Dorris 7 .60 .15 .25 LOT IN NEV4 NEV4 SEC. MS-10 Geo. Lee Wilson 8 1 2.70 .68 .25 Southwestern Land Dev. Company, Inc. S 2 2.70 .68 .25 Bernard Stark 11 2 2.70 .68 .25 Roosevelt Ward An 82.5 x 264 ft. Lot in NEV4 NE'/4 as per DR 188, Page 362 2 15 10 Lot Irene Pugh .Harris . S. 2 acres of E, 4 acres of N. 12H acres, NEtt NEy ( 9 15 11 Lot Joseph Miller A Lot in NWV« NEy« as per DR 187, Page 114 - 21 15 11 Lot .90 .23 .25 Robert Sharp SB y* SE'/i W. of Railroad 20 16 Lloyd G. Lester S. 104 ft. of W. 104 ft. S'A S'A SEtt, E. of Ry. 32 16 8 Lot 3.30 .83 .25 Geo. and Nina Davis SEy 4 SWy< 21 16 9 40 6.00 1.50. .25 Wm. and Mildred Wadkins N. 80 ft. Of S. 170 ft. Of E. 544 ft. S. of Levee, SWy 4 NW'A 22 16 10 Lot 1.50 .38 .25 W. E. Hagan N. % acres Of all N. 4 chns. Of E. 3.47 chns. of W. 16.27 chns. swy« swy<, west of Levee 29 16 13 Lot 6.90 1.73 .25 ALLISON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lot Block U. Ella Williams and Surmintha Lee'Young S. 100 ft. ' 1 2 2.40 .60 Jamie Grey 9 .4 2.40 .60 Berry and Alice Dandridge 1 5 2.10 .53 8.40 2.10 .25 .98 .25 5.25 1.31 .25 BARRON AND UU.Y ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 .25 •25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Walter Webster 11 B 2.70 .6« Same 12 B .60 .15 Amandie Miller 6 C 2.70 .68 Thurman Smith 11 G 3.30 .83 Pat.T. Hunter 81 3.90 .98 William L. Regan Lot 9 of Lot 16 3.99 .98 .25 BLAIN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Grade Hughes Si 24 ft. 6 1.50 .38 .25 Same N. 41 ft. 7 ' 3.00 .75 .25 BLYTHE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Bruce Bennett 18 24 3.30 .83 .25 BRAWLEY ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Alvin Young 3 2 2.40 ' .60 .25 H. L. fcHAMBERS SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mattie Bailey ;*'- S 1 2.10 .53 .2 Same 1 4 1.50 .38 .2 Will McCollough ' 2 4 2.10 Woodrow 0. Riggs 3 4. 2.10 MatUe Bailey... . .7 .4 2.40 Willie B.,Reed 10 5 1.80 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ' ARKANSAS, eHiCKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ' ,„„,„=„, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT .....PLAINTIFF •Vs. "No. 17599 E. C. BROWN, ET AL, AND CERTAIN DELraQUEfJT LANDS, „„„„.„-,, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS 'DEFENDANTS, • •.' " ". 'NOTICE Any aijd ??! P^W S or eprpprattons haviHg'or claiming an interest in "atff of the'following described lands, town lots, suburban lots,' rural lots, "industrial' tracts, blocks, railroads, tfamroads, telegraph, telephone''and eieetric power lines and underground cables, pipe line's and all other real property and interests in realproperty,'are hereby notified that suit is pendmg in the Chancery Court of ehickasiwba E^trjct, Mississippi County, Arkansas, It enforce the cpilection of certain taxes due the Board of Directors, 1 St. Franeia Levee District,of Arkansas, for the year 1967 on the subjoined list of property, each supposed owners' property being set opposite his or its nahte respectively, together with the amounts severally due upon each, to-wit: ; •••'". '".' ;'.'. ."'•••.' Tot. 25% Add. Name Part of Section SMS. f we. Rge. Aerts Taj Pen. Peii. E.cYBrsyro >E. 30 Acres . ; .";••. •' • WH SEJi • 22 14 8 30 4,50 1.13 .2! Same '.WVi SE%'SE% 22 M 8 20 3.00 .75 .25 j. B. Westmoreland Less R. E. A. Lot, All Lot l-S. of Ry. 4 " 14 10 .99 14.0.5 —=- ; •"-•• - 21' 14 io 40 «.ofl 3.72 1.50 Jenni* L. We»therford 'SE%NEV4. Bit! Lawrence Lot it (3, " ' : " W« NEW " Auriiia S. Hall S. .82 ft. 9 40 8.80 isi 10 Lot 2.40 .60 .tt I U> lie* 11 wt w» av« •« —• TT . • ' ' ft. bfiHOjMWiNEttl IS 10 Lot 1.89 .45 .» .53 .38 .53 .53 .60 .45 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ED B. COOK SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Willis Williams 15 A ,30 .08 .25 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE James Spence N. 50 ft. 7 2 5.10 1.28 .25 ELLIOTT ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Levi Fair 3 4 1.50 .38 .25 Frank Hunt 11 4 .90 .23 .25 HEARN AND PERRY ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mary C. Angel 3 1 3.90 .73 .25 Evelyn H. Coleman ' 4 1 1.80 .45 .25 HIGHLAND PLACE SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE E. E. Williams 12 9 .60 .15 .25 13 9 3.00 .75 .25 14 9, .60 .15 .25 HOLLIPETER AND SHONYO ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lucille and Charley Brown 15 1 2.40 .60 .25 Billy Eugene Cothrin, Jr. 11 5 2.70 .68 .25 Joe Finds 15 6 2.40 .60 W. W. HOLLIPETER SECOND AppmpN TO BLYTHEVILLE Mid-State .Herties,.'Ine. " '29 1 2.70 .68 .25 Lee and Adeline Alston 13 2 .60 .15 B & P', Ine. ' 22 2 140 .60 .25 Arthur Parnell "7 4 3.30 ..83 .25 Kate" Simpson • 23 5 2.10 .53 .25 Robert B. and ' ' Willie Mae Btjmett 24 8 180 45 .25 Robert E. and .. "' Willie' Mae Bennett 25 5 3.30 .83 Same'" " ' 26 5 .60 .15 .25 Willie T. Bland 21 * .60 .15 .25 John Morrison' 21 8 2.40 .60 .25 AJbert Jefferson . i>6 9 .60 .15 .25 Wi'lliam Golden '9, 10 1.50 .38 .25 IRREGULAR LOTS NEti SEli SEC. JO-lfclfeBLYYTHEVILLE Lacy M. Curtis 'E!4 " E 5.70 1.43 .25 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE Sec. Twp. Rge. Evelyn Meux S. 100 ft. ef N. J31 ' ft. of E. 140 ft. S. of West End Subdivn, In mm'SWA " 17 15 11 2.70 ,68 LARRY'S SECOND ADpITION TO BLYTPIVILLE Lot Block '19 "" .60 .15 TO BLYIHEVILLE ' " 2.10 .53 .30 .08 2.40 .60 2.10 .53 1.80 .45 iAkRVs F^FTB AJDITldN f6 BIjYTHEVILLE Mozener Anderson & Francis" SUpleton 1 2.10 Jim and Leia Srpj)ks SO .„,,.. .2.40 MILLER AND GREENLEE SUBpIVISIQN-rBLYTHEVILLE *.|:".R(toads N.1/SW% 3 ' 3.30. ,.83 .25 MORRIS AppltJON fO BLYTHEVILLE Irma Bunch N. 75 ft. 1 B 3.90 . ;98 p; j. o'BjaEN's syiBDivjgigN - BLYTHEVILLE MJkeRobltdo--;" ' —T, J M 6 * J. i Mack Williams LARRY'S FOUJRTH Pa And*r'46n ..... Jbhnnif p. iiiainmohds Lilly Stephens Lyons DorkisLymon Jiidge Parker ' ' 30 ' 36 46 W 97 .53 / 15 f E. 150 j WH Alvln Eugine Starntt N. 59 ft. , Ui'tSO, WttNEKl It Sim Lctii ,H, Wtt NB'A 1 15 10 Ut 10 Ut 1.50 M 3. L. E. C. Jones tttttie Mat House 1,10 • 2.10\',.(B Nancy Jone» W P Huel McNIchote 13 P ^ortrti Willltmi U R REPUT Or WT 47 OF SECOND REPIAT J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY IUBDIVIIUON TO It' Howard Bnwo E. 18.»ft. 1 3 > Same 1 2 1.40 EDWIN ROBINSON'S ADDITION TO Julia Gamble 1 13 Viola Bedford 4 13 RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILUB Bonnie Kirk 11 3 .2,70 .tt J. F. SMITH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVIUJS J. W. Rlngeisen 14 A 5,10 l.» SUNNYSIDE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Thelma E. Pye 22 3.90 ' .88 Same 32 2.10 .{3 Lucille Redditt 84 2.70 .88 Lucille Walker 6 9 2.70 .68 WEST END SUBDmSION-BLYTHEVTLLfc : ' Ftougenla Green 81 1.50 .38 Eugene Duvall 2 4. 1.50 .38 WILSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Robert Sims Same Ed Smith Estate Same Same Johnnie Fowler Marzella Scales J. W. Love Same Jennie Lavender W. 45 ft. W. 45 ft. 6 7 B 1 2 17 11 1 3 1 1 2 2 2 3 6 9 9 .30 .30 3.90 .60 .60 3.30 2.70 1.50 30 2.10 .08 ,08 .98 .15 .15 .8? .68 .38 .08 .53 WILSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .• Jean Williams 14 '2 1.50 .38 .25 LaFarlene Stewart 18. 3 3.39 .83 .25 FIRST ADDITION TO DELL Doyle Houston W. 120 ft. 7 -2 2,40 .60 .25 PERRY ADDITION TO GOSNELL William Duncan 4 2.70 .68 '.25 REPLAT OF IRREGULAR LOT t, SEtt SWtt SEC. 36.16-10, TOWN OF GOSNELL A Gerald Roy Travis W 3.70 .68 .» Same N% 20 .30 .08 ^25 0. J. HUETER'S FHIST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE. Ervin H. Sexton 8 A 3.30 .83 IRREGULAR LOTS IN E« NWVt NE?4 SEC. 17.5-S, TOWN OF LEACHVILLE .25 larold W. Lattings 4 Same 50x72 ft. Lot on South Side 4 0. Garner . 7 Jodie Lindley N.SOft. 12, L. C. Pruitt N% 19 3.30 ,83 A .60 3.30 1.80 .60 .15 .83 .45 .15 MATTHEWS FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Earl Cochran 5 2' 2.70 J. W. Alexander 62 .60 Same 72 2.70 SMITH'S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE .68 .15 7 8 9 10 9 10 U B 3.90 .98 B B E E E E E • 2.10 .60 .60 .15 .IS .53 .15 .15 2.40 .60 .25 2.10 .53 .2J C. B. Selby Same Same Same E. R. Shannon Same Same George Dulaney W. 80 ft. of Lots 31 and 32 J. B. Roberts E. 80 ft. of Lots 31 and 32 C. D. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA John Brooks 4 3 2.10 .53 Same , 5: 3 .30 .08. N. H. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA Jennie Lee Weatherford '12 1 .60 -.15 Same 13 1 1-80 .45 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF MANILA Frank and Llssie Nowlin Estate Lot 1A SWy4 31 15 9 .80 .15 OSBORNE-McKINNON ADDITION TO MANILA Sam and Lera , Bellinger S. 100 ft. t C 8.40 2.10 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION OF NEV4 NEV4 E. OF RY. 36-15-8, MANILA Beatrice Hill E. 167.8 ft. 2 2.40 .60 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION OF WV4 NWV4 N. OF RY. 31-15-9, MANILA Clarence Smith, Jr. Lot 8 C NWV4NWV4 • 188 .45 Calvin Holt Lot 10 B . •25 ' .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 •25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 :2S WESTSIDE ADDITION TO MANILA Luther M. Gentry 2 A .68 .15 .JS Margaret and Troy .;.-. Blaekwood 5 A .60 .15 .55 AH persons and corporations interested in said lands, town lots, suburban lots,'rural lots, industrial tract?, blocks, railroads, traniroadsi telegraph; telephony and electric power lines .and underground cables, pjpe lines' and' all other real property aijd interests ih real property, afe hereby notified that'ftey are required by law'to appear and niakei'defense W said .suit or.ths sahie'will be' taken for confessed and judgment final will be enteiv ed directing the sale of said lapdsi town lots, supufpan |ots, ruiraj lots," "industriai tfa,cts,"piocks, railroads, tran?rqa<fc, fejegrap)j, telephone and eieetric power lines and underground espies, pip* lines and ill otlie^ real property and interests In real property, and for the purpose of collecting said delinquent taxes togemer with the payment of interest, penalty and costs avowed by law. WITNESS'my hand as plerk of tfie Chancery Court of Ch]?)?- asawba 'District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, this }7th .day of April, 1968, A.B. '" " -• „ > GERALDINE LISTON, Chancery Cflyri Clerk " "", 4-23,30,5,7,14 c.o.w.t« ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE f i ""• ' i',88' .45 .15 10 1 1.80 .45 .?8 ..™^ iuSDivisiW^y^vn^E ,*.**.fflfitmtofa - M ± REPLATOF J. P. PRtDE AND GATEWAY SUBBiyiSiON TO BliYTHEVILLE The People's Cqndicteie For SHERIFF Vote For Tht Progressive Candidate 9 Y.on Blythflvill* CMtf *f 6 Y«ar» D.puty Sh«ri« VOTE FOR MIES W. : "CHARLIE" SHORT FOR SHERIFF Po!. Adv. Ffid For By Charles W. Short

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