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BJvfbevflJ* fM.)' Courier N«w» •? Tuesday, May If 1W8- Page SevM Astro Forecast logical Co dttwuia* 50U loneut, not* euunpn oppoiltt dttM wUciJ jacfudt «ou r firth tilt By CARROLL RfGHTUR McNmiht WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES! A very peculiar day and evening in which your intuition are way off the beam and completely~out of tune. At the same time, if you make a point to be on the alert, unexpected benefits drop into your lap. These can give you s new viewpoint and a new element of protection in whatever is vital to your welfare. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Others are in a pretty petty mood today. Don't be forceful with anyone, especially co-workers, and they assist you greatly. Forget about going off on some tangent. Stick to your job diligently. , TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You seem unable to agree with associates now. Be out calling on the trade or meeting with congenials for recreation. You get a better perspective. Forget that irksome problem for awhile. You can solve it ideally later. , , . , GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A day when you find if rather hard to do your work since others .are not very cooperative. Look to kin for the right ad- aside. Evening can be very enjoyable socially ' • LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Being extravagant In any way is not wise now. Spend time with experts so that you make the future more successful. You want to assist others, and this is a good day to do just that. Be generous. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You find that ideas that occur to you now are not very practical, so consult with a close tie who does have the right slant. Then'off to the social that you like so much. Be charming and courteous with others. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Some private anxiety could keep you from performing in the business world as you would like, if you permit. Get busy instead and show higherups that you have much ability. Be clever CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get out to the new sites and be with new individuals so that you get away from humdrum routines. Avoid the social which could be very disappointing. Delving into new ideas, though is very fine. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Plan. some time to carry with responsibilities through . . vice. Then start an uptrend in I meticulously and don't look up all of your affairs. You can ^at influential person just yet. then have really fine success. Taking tinie for some emotion- MOON CHILDREN (June 22 al pleasure in P.M. is fine, to July 21) Although pleasure Make another happy, is on your ^mind keep busy at pjsCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) appointments and other important activities. Studying, communicating, taking a short trip, all ""-- " '..... you enjoy yourself in a con- j fj ne situations present . them- structive way. selves if you stick close to pals, (Juny 22 to Aug. 21) "" ' ' Associates will now support your projects so that it isn't ..... _ necessary for you to go, chasing finenow..Keep active andj around'here and there. Many LEO This is not a good day to talk out problematical affairs at home, but fine for getting at mpnetaryjnatters that, improve your present position. Confer with that expert in business. Get right ideas, advice. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Much care must be exercised in walking, driving, motion of any kind and then you can have a wonderful day, since your ideas are fine. Put worries] lege. kin. Get ahead. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she, will be one of the very dynamic young people who, early in life is interested in the type of work that requires precision and detail, and can be very successful in it. Give religious ' training early that will keep your progeny from becoming so materialistic and money-jnad that all else is forgotten. Send to col- JACOBY ON BRIDGE NORTH 1* *K75 V1003 4AJ32 + J74 WEST EAST AJ94 AQ1086S VAQ861 V74 487 *Q95 + K63 # 105; SOUTH (D) *A2- VKJ5 + K1064 + A.Q98 EasM/est vulnerable Wert North East SoBth ' IN.f. Pass 2N.T. Pas? 3N.T. •Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—¥ ! North's raise from one to two no-trump was based on simple addition plus the knowledge that 26 points is the key ,numr ber for a no-trump game. He held nine points of his own, and his partner's no-trump has shown 16 to 18 with nothing extra in the event of 18. In any event, North could count on a minimum total of 25 and maximum of 27. His raise to two aUbwed South to stop below game with a minimum, but South, with 17 points plus a 10 spot and two nice-looking fomv card suits, went on to game. South' played dummy's 10 of hearts at trick one. When it held the trick, South saw that he was going to make his contract with .a reasonable amount of luck. He wanted to keep East out of the lead because, if East did get in, he would be able to lead a heart through the king-jack. Therefore, South played dummy's ace of diamonds, continued with the deuce and finessed his 10. When the finesse worked The Charbfay breed of cattle is a crossbreed of the Brahman and Charolais. In Hindustani, Khaki means dust, Mrth or ashw, and the name 1* applM t* diffettUN fabrics. Crater Lake, Or*., 1,«M feet deep, li the deepeit lak* ia the United Statei, South took the last two diamonds and led the jack of clubs from dummy. He still wanted to make sure that East would not gain the lead. West took his 'king and shifted to a spade but this did not bother South. He was looking at nine top tricks by this time and actually managed to make a 10th when East's 10 of clubs dropped. this hand also illustrates the point that 26 or 27 high card points won't always produce nine tricks. Give East the ace of hearts instead of the four spot and he would win the first heart and return the suit to set up four potential heart tricks for the defense. Then, even if South picked up the queen of diamonds, he would probably go down when the club finesse lost. 1 The set would not be certain. There would be a possible end play situation if South rose Business Lowe's, the new home bull* ing supply and appliance center '(which formerly was Huf • fman Brothers Lumber Co.) is having a special celebration this week to mark its formal opening. A free barbecue and entertainment at Walker Park starts at 6 p.m. on Saturday. This affair will feature enter- WJ(W WEDNESDAY, MAY IS 1:00 ALL ABOARD 3:30 TOPIC: MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS School Feeding: Operation of the school cafeterias. Advanced Placement': Program designed to allow students to take college level courses while in high school. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Wildlife of the Antarctic. A look at seals, seabirds, skuas, and fulmars. 4:30 MEN WHO TEACH Lloyd Reynolds, noted calligrapher and art historian, demonstrates his teaching methods and expresses his credo to students at-Reed College. 5:30 ECONOMICS The New Economics. Future trends in economics. 6:00 ON HEARING MUSIC The Voice of the Violin .IV. Host-performer Robert Koff, a former member of the Juilliard Quartet, explains the history of the violin from the 17th to the 20th century. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Wildlife of the Antarctic. A look at seals, seabirds, skuas and fulmars. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Is It Bigger Than A Bread Box? 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Tahiti, Islands Under the Wind. 8:00 ANATOMY OF A HIT The Serendipity Groove, An introsFfctive look behind the scene of today's popular music business with host Ralph J. Gleason, describing the preparation that goes into making records. 8:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS News in Perspective. New York Tunes writers analyze the month's headlines. 9:30 THE DISSENTERS Rev. Billy James Hargis, evangelist and founder-director of the Tulsa-Oklahoma- based Christian Crusdae, is interviewed by host Donald Fouser. What's for Lunch? GOSNELL Wednesday Spaghetti with me$t Cold Slaw Crackers Bread Milk iiniiiiiiuiiiiiiiraiiininniiiiininiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiiiiliiiii! The Metal Monument "Beacon of Faith," a 2- story-high stainless steel cross at St. Augustine's Mission of with his king of hearts andJNombre de Dios, marks the cashed all diamonds and the Florida site where the cross of " ™~~--..~«- -.-, «_i --- two top spades. JESUS The uvetf jc to Himn, tfti hit p to Hell. To recehe Jesus and bi saved trite »et lore___Ta revest prayer for mVlnt eliart hei.__^Send tMj tt I « will pray for yeu t write tt m. liinboB Churrt, P.O. B« 758% Us Antelet, Cdlf. 900M HERMON C. JONES MM't ItniUM e» *""•'• £ r *Z*S2!» d ^B> *"•• ^m?9Qu IH. (•ratio • HltMfW* tntln CM- Christianity was first permanently planted in the United States more than four centuries ago. tainment by the Bill Black Combo of Memphis, free barbecue and Pepsi Cola, door prizes and a fireworks display which is being called; the largest ever seen in 'this area. In conjunction with the ope& ing, Lowe's is having special sale prices in its store on North Sixth Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Food and drink for 3,000 people will be available at the Saturday night party in Walker Park. * * * Robert F. Via, 125 S. Crescent has been named a registered representative of Waddell and Reed, Inc., national distributor of the United Funds group of mutual funds, Via has been a member o f the U. S. Air Force since 1951 and recently served at Blytheville Air Force Base. He attended Washington and Lee University. Quick Quiz Q—What mammal uses its tusks for fishing? A—The walrus uses its tusks to dig food from the ocean bottom. It eats clamlike animals, shrimps and plants which grow on the ocean bed. Q—Where is the rainiest place in the world? A—Mr. Waialeale, Hawaii, on Kauai, with an average annual rainfall of 471.68 inches. Q—What was the Star of Bethlehem? A—Science does not know the answer to this question. The star is mentioned in one passage in the Bible (Matthew 2:112) and nowhere else. Q—Which nation was the firsl to accept formally the United Nations charter drawn up al the San Francisco Conference? A—Nicaragua. Every Homeowner needs it... ONLY ORKIN can give you ORKIN NIW flAN Of COMPLFfl PROTECriON AGAINST Jf RMITK DON'T WAIT-CAll TODAY FOR CUARANTEIP PIOTKTION PO 3-8233 •««•• ImM Trah M IW CM IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, CHICK4SAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT ................... PLAINTIFF Vs. No. 17599 E. C. BROWN, Et AL, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS .: ......... . . ........ DEFENDANTS NOTICE Any and all persons «r corporations having or claiming an Interest in any of the following described lands, town lots, suburban lots, rural lots, industrial tracts, blocks, railroads, tramroads, telegraph, telephone and electric power lines and underground cables, pipe lines and all ether real property and interests in real property, are hereby notified that suit is pending in the Chancery Court of Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain taxes due the Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee District of Arkansas, for the year 1967 on the subjoined list of property, each supposed owners' property being set opposite Mi or its name respectively, together with the amounts Kveraliy due upon each, to-wit: Tefc'H* Add. Name Part ef Section See. Twp. Rge. Acre* Tax Pea. Pen. E. C. Brown E. 30 Aert* ' WK SEV. SI 14 t 99 Same WM'SEKftEtt M 14 « 20 J. B. Westmoreland Leu ft, E. A. Lot, All Lot 1 S. of Ry. 4 14 16 M SUM _____ Jiw* Wi *T M u tf 4.50 3.00 14,8! «.oo l.JJ .71 3,72 I.M .<K M SEttNBtt 4« 15 • 40 (.00 l,5f Bill Lawfeici Lot 12 C, W% NE'/4 1 15 10 Lot 2.40 .60 .25 Aurella S. Hall S. 52 ft. of E. 150 ft. Of Lot 14 WH NEVi 1 15 10 Lot 1.80 .45 .25 David Grty . Lot 18 C, WW NEW 1 15 10 Lot 2.10 .53 .25 Alvin Eugene Starnes N. 50 ft. Lot 25 G, W% NEV4 1 Same Lot 25 K, W!c NEVi J. L. Backus Lot 18 W, W% NEtt Mike Wells Lot 25 K, NEV4 Lot Lot 1.50 1.80 .38 .45 1 15 10 Lot .15 .25 1 15 10 Lot 1.80 .45 .25 Steve a Calvert Less S. 105 ft. of N. 315 ft. of E. 210 ft., All Lot 3 S% N% NWtt . 1 15 10 Lot 3.30 .83 .25 Thomas M. Crawford, Jr. All Tract 1 NEW lying N. of Park Lane, W. of Hawks & Hudgins Lots & E. of Lot 6 of Tom 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. 2-15-10 8 2.70 .68 .25 2.70 2.70 .68 .68 . Lot .23 .25 8 35 5.25 1.31 .25 Geo. Lee Wilson Southwestern Land Dev. Company, Inc. 3 Bernard Stark 11 Roosevelt Ward An 82.5 x 264 ft •in NE'/4 NEJi as per DR 188, Page 362 2 15 10 Lot 8.40 2.10 .25 Irene Pugh Harris S. 2 acres-of E. 4 acres of N. 12% acres, NEV4 NEVs 9 15 11 Lot 3.90 . .98 .25 Joseph Miller A Lot in NWV4 NEV4 as per DR 187, Page 114 21 15 11 Lot Robert Sharp SE V 4 SEYt W. of Railroad 20 16 Lloyd G. Lester S. 104 ft. of W. 104 ft. S& S& SEYt, E. of Ry. 32 16 Geo. and Nina Davis SEV4 SWV* 21 16 Wm. and Mildred Wadkins N. 80 ft. of S. 170 • ft. of E. 544 ft. S. of Levee, SWtt NW% 22 1« 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. SWV4 SWVi, 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 9 4 2.40 .60 1 5 2.10 .53 8 Lot 3.30 .83 9 40 6.00 1.50 Jamie Grey Berry and Alice Dandridge BARRON AND LILLY ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Walter Webster Same > Amandie Miller Thurman Smith Pat T. Hunter William L. Regan 11 12 6 11 8 B B C G I 2.70 .60 2.70 3.30 3.90 .68 .15 .68 .83 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 3.90 .98 .25 .38 .75 Lot 9 of Lot 16 BLAIN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Gracie Hughes S. 24 ft. 6 1.50 Same N. 41 ft. 7 3.00 BLYTHE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Bruce Bennett 18 24 3.30 .83 ..25 BRAWLEY ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Alvin Young 32 2.40 .60 .25 H. L. CHAMBERS SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mattie Bailey Same Will McCollough Woodrow 0. Riggs Mattie Bailey Willie B. Reed 6 1 2 3 7 10 2.10 .53 1.50 .38 2.10 .53 2.10 .53 2.40 ,60 1.80 • .45 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 J. W. OWEN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Julia May Anderson NH 15 ' .60 .15 .25 J. L. O'STEEN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE E. C. Jones 9 J 1.80 .45 .25 Hettle Mae House 10 1 1.80 .45 .25 REBECCA PATTERSON SUBDIVISION-BLYTHEVILLE 1 ACRE LOTS OF SUBDIVISION Sam Jewell N& 4 2.70 .68 .25 SECOND REPLAT OF J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE C.O.Watson W. 50ft. 14 D 3.30 .83 .25 Nancy Jones 10 P 2.40 .60 .25 Hazel McNichoIs 13 P 1.80 .45 .25 Lorena Williams 12 R 2.10 .53 .25 REPLAT OF LOT 47 OF SECOND REPLAT OF J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Howard Brown E. 18.5 ft. 1 2 .60 .15 Same 2 2 2.40 .60 EDWIN ROBINSON'S ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Julia Gamble 1 13 1.80 .45 Viola Bedford 4 13 2.10 .53 RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Bonnie Kirk 11 3 .2.70 .68 J. F. SMITH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE J. W. Ringeisen 14 A 5.10 1.28 SUNNYSIDE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Thelma E. Pye 2 2 3.90 .98 Same 3 2 2.10 .53 Lucille Redditt 6 4 2.70 .68 Lucille Walker 6 9 2.70 .68 WEST END SUBDraSION-BLYTHEvTLLfc Rougenia Green 8 1 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 Bennie Lavender W. 45 ft. 45 ft. 6 7 B 'I 2 17 11 1 3 5 .30 .30 3.90 .60 .60 3.30 2.70 1.50 30 2.10 .08 .98 .15 .15 .38 .53 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 '!25 .25 s.25 -5.25 'B.25 S.25 WILSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE if Jean Williams 14 2 1.50 .38 .;,? .25 LaFarlene Stewart 18 3 3.30 .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 2, SEVt SWVt SEC. 36-16-10, TOWN OF GOSNELL Gerald Roy Travis 19 2.70 .68 .25 Same N'4 20 ..30 .08 .25 0. J. HUETER'S FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Ervin H. Sexton 8 A 3.30 .83 ~ .25 IRREGULAR LOTS IN EVz NWVi NEV4 SEC. 17-5-8, TOWN OF LEACHVILLE Harold W. Lattings 4 Same 50x72 ft. Lot on South Side 4 L. 0. Garner 7 Jodie Lindley N. 30 ft. 12 L, C. Pruitt N% 19 3.30 .33 -.25 .60 3,30 1.80 .60 .15 .83 .45 .15 .25 .25 .25 ..,.25 .25 .25 .25 ED B. COOK SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Willis Williams 15 A .30 .0.8 .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.Williams 12 9 .60 .15 .25 Same ..... 13 9 3.00 .75 .25 Same 14 9 .60 .15 .25 HOLLIFETER AND SHONYO ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lucille and Charley Brown 15 1 2.40 .60 .25 Billy Eugene Cothran, Jr. H 5 2.70 .68 .25 Joe Finds 15 6 2.40 .60 .25 W. W. HOLLIPETER SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mid-State Homes, Inc. 29 1 2.70 .68 .25 Lee and Adeline Alston 13 .2 .60 .15 .25 B & P, Inc. 22 2 2.40 .60 .25 Arthur Parnell 7 4 3.30 .83 .25 Kate Simpson 23 5 2.10 .53 .25 Robert E, and Willie Mae Bennett 24 5 1.80 .45 .25 Robert E. and Willie Mae Eenpett '25 5 3.30 .83 .25 game 26 5 .60 .15 .25 Willie T. Bland 21 6 .60 .15 .25 John Morrison 21 8 2.40 .60 .25 Albert Jefferson 16 9 .60 .J5 .25 William Golden • - 9 10 1.50 .38 .25 IRREGULAR LOTS NE'/i SEVd SEC. 10-15-11-BLYYTHEVILLE Lacy M- Curtis " m E 5.70 1.43 .25 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE ' ...... ..... Sec. Twp. Rge. Evelyn Meux S. 100 ft. of N, 131 ft. of E. 140 ft. S. of West End Subdivn. to S% W4 SW>/4 17 15 11 2.70 .68 .25 LARRY'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLS ; ;" 'Lot Bleek Mack Williams 19 .60 .15 LARRY'S FOURTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ella Anderson Johnny D. Hammonds Lilly Stephens Lyons DorkisLymon Judge Parker 30 36 46 «7 97 2.10 .30 140 2.10 1.80 .53 .08 .60 .53 ,45 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 LARRY'S FIFTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE 1 SO 1» 2.40 -5? .60 .25 .25 Mozener Anderson & Francis Stapleton Jint and Lela Brooks MILLER AND GREENLEE W.2.Rheads N. 1/SWtt 3 3.30 .83 .25 MORRIS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVnXE Inqa Bunch N. 75 ft. 1 B 3.90 P. J. O'BRIEN'S SUBDIVISION - BLYTHEVILLE .85 Mike, Robledo 7 Z .60 .15 MATTHEWS FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Earl Cochran 5 2 2.70 .68 J. W. Alexander 6 2 .60 .15 Same 7 . 2 2.70 .68 SMITH'S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE C. B. Selby 7 B 3.90 .98 .25 Same 8 B 3.90 .98 .25 Same 9 B .60 .15 .25 Same 10 B "' .60 .15 .25 E. R. Shannon 9 E 2.10 .53 •,.,- .25 Same 10 E .60 .15 " .25 Same ,11 E .69 .15 "' .25 George Dulaney W. 80 ft. of . Lots 31 and 32 E 2.40 .60 .-. .25 J. B. Roberts E. 80 ft. of Lots' 31 and 32 E 2.10 .53 •' .21 C. D. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA ^ John Brooks 4 3 2.10 .53 , .25 Same 5 3 .30 .08 i; .25 N. H. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA ~ Jennie Lee Weatherford 12 1 .GO .15 - .25 Same 13 1 1.80 .45 • .25 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF MANILA Frank and Lissie Nowlin Estate Lot 1A SW'/4 31 15 9 .60 .15 .25 OSBORNE-MeKINNON ADDITION TO MANILA : Sam and Lera ." Bellinger S. 100 ft. 2 C 8.40 2.10 •> .25 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION OF NEti NEV4 E. OF RY. " 36-15-8, MANILA Beatrice Hill E. 167.8 ft. 2 2.40 .60 f . .25 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION OF W',4 NWVi N. OF RY. , 31-15-9, MANILA Clarence Smith, Jr. Lot 8 C ••' . NVfVt NW% 1.89 .45 ,-, .23 Calvin Holt Lot 10 B NWV4 NW'/t 2.49 .60 - .25 WESTSIDE ADDITION TO MANILA ,-; Luther M. Gentry 2 A . .60 .15 ,. .25 Margaret and Troy Blackwood 5 A .60 .15 •- .25 All persons and corporations interested In said lands, .fttown lots, suburban lots, rural lots, industrial tracts, blocks, railroads, tramroads, teiegrapli, telephone and electric power lines and underground cables, pips lines and all other real property and interests-in real property, are.hereby notified that they are required by law to, appear and make, defense to said suit qr the same will be taken for confessed and judgment .final will be entered directing the sale of said lands, town lots, suburban lots,;rural lots, industrial tracts, blocks, railroads, tramroads, telegraph, telephone and electric power lines and underground cables, pipe lines ancl ail other real property and interests in real property, and for (he purpose of collecting said delinquent faxes together with the payment of interest, penalty and costs allowed by law. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, this 17th day of April, 1968, A.D. GERALDINE LISTON, Chancery Court Clerk Vbu feel BETTER INSURE^if $Jt|i • For Hal "Feel ftffer ftelhj* MFA , . BtELL W. CARTER, Agent-607 N. 6th-PO 3-3361 Want Good Machine Work Want Good Engineering Want Honest Advice COME TO — BARKSDALE 325 South Broqdwoy Manufacturing anrf Mac/iint Works -• PO 2-2911 *'•"

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