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SEC riLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATORDAY, MARCH 20, 1948 Strike at Atomic Plant Is Averted Temporary Injunction Granted Government, Causing 80-Day Delay XNOJOLLE, Term., March 20. (UP)— A threatened break In atomic energy production was avert*d today ss the federal government invoked for the first, time »n emergency clause of the Taft- Rarflev law to head off a scheduled midnight strike it the Oak Ridge National Laboratories. U. S. District Judge George C. • Taylor granted the government a temporary Injunction halting the walkout here yesterday "in the interest of preparedness for ^national defense." Under the writ, sought by Attorney Gen. Tom Clark, neither the union nor the operating company can disturb the status quo of working arrangement 1 ; at the atomic . laboratories for 80 days. Counsel for the union, Ihe Atomic Trades Council, [ought the action vigorously in a heated hearing here yesterday, The operating. company, the Carbide and Carbon Chemical Co., supported the overitmciit In its appeal for the injunction. The court order prevented a strike scheduled for midnight lust night after the company and union failed to resolve their deadlock over a new contract. Judge Taylor took note of the Imp' -tance of the atomic program in making his decision. He said he felt the Injunction should be Issued even though union counsel insisted the workers did not want. to distrub laboratory operations. Union attorneys called the in- Lawyers Plan Test of State Board's Power LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 20. (UP)—The question ol testing the authority of Die State Board of Fiscal Control in the supreme court >ia.i been passed on to the executive committee of the Arkansas Bar Association. Previously, Little Hock Attorney Sam Rorex, on behalf of the association's legislative committee, hiul annouhccd that he was preparing'to appeal action of the board in grant- Ing a claim against the state. Rorex has announced, however, that, the' legislative committee hiu now determined thai it does nos have liir authority lo conlcst the constitutionality of a statue without previous instructions from the bar association, The matter was referred to the executive committee, which is to meet shortly, for a decision. Nevertheless, Rorex explained that he was slill opposed to the present method of weighing claims against the state, and added that he thinks the act creating the fiscal control board Is imslitutional f<v three reasons. These arc: It gives loo much power to the chief executive. The state should have a legal representative before the board. There should be a Judicial rte-> .cnuination of the claims, after legal testimony hits been Introduce:! ind a complete hearing held. Ever-Loving Junction "gratuitous slap" at ' labor and argued the workers' only wish was to maintain the' status ijuo at i the laboratories. Under those' conditions. they •aid, the court order was unneces- »»ry and uncalled for. The' union wanUs retention of vacations, sick leave benefits and Insurance plans approved and practiced during government operations o[ the plant. Operalon S«* Revision The company, which took over operations only March 1, wnnts lo revise those arrangements In a new contract agreement. Judge Taylor emphasized that his ruling ts In no'sense a determination of the merits of the controversy between Inbor and nmi- sgement. He said IJ. merely hulled i a threatened strike until "leisurely settlement" can be reached oh other questions. -The company held that tiic'emcr- 8?E5y powers, were .written into the Read Courier News Want Sonya seems very happy to be ' out of her cage. Her trainer, Darno, lets her cuddle up lo him as he orepores lo teach her a ne\V art. The two are training with the Mingling Bros. Circus at its winter quarters in Sara- sola. Fla. Arabs, Jews Say, War Will Spread BottU to Engulf Holy Land Despite United Nations Mov* JERUSALEM, March JO. (UP) «The Arab war against Jews In the Holy Land will continue unabated unless PnlMtlr!« Is Kranled comple'e Independence as ?n Arab slat*, a .spoke-sinan for the Arab Higher Committee said today. However, Arabs paraded In Jerusalem's streets shouting praises ol the United States for Its decision I James K Travl." : to abandon the Palestine partition • w ' J - warren ... plan in the United Nations. same Kilut Wim«-Hollliay Uenev* Ka^tdy game . . , Fxlmond L>j« . '. ',.','..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.','.'.'.'. Eserll EmtHry , Clara Hampton L*odonl& crum* J. H. Wright J*rrtM £lac*w«ll . , ; game . ' >'rank Hutt .. Unknown '.... ; K. M. HRYA.S ADDITION TO KLYTHKV1I.LK frank Kllecfi* ,, Same Same, K. 50 fl. Ix>t> 17, 18. 19 and 20 Isaac MeKiy ai J2 2i 25 1 5 1.00 l.UO 1.00 1.00 i.oo 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 I 00 I 00 1 00 1 00 f. Samit Ryle. wuilam P. ctiltmon : 2,50 .50 .50 1.00 1 00 1 00 1.00 1.00 1 00 i oo 4 50 450 1.00 BU<iG ADDITION TO fll.YTHKVII.l.E Claude A. t:ooper. S 41 fl. T. W. Weblter. WVa C. R, Osblirn Vol Manager Looks For More Catchers PENSACOLA, Fla., Mar 20.—(UP) Manager Larry Gilbert of the Nashville Vols looked aronnri for more The Jewish Agency executive was called Into emergency session at the Tel Aviv home of David. Ben Gurion to discuss the litest developments. Alitnad Hilnil Pasha, a simkesman for Ihe Arab League, said Arabs would demand to be the trustees If the United Nations decided on a trusteeship' foi 1 Palestine. At least two Arab* were killed In a pie-dawn Jewish' attack outside Jerusalem this morning as war In the Holy Land continued despite the U.S. move to abandon partition. ' Both sides agreed In Immediate reaction to news from Lake Success that things are too lar advanced on the road lo war to slop now and that the issue will be fettled on the battle-field despite action taken in the United Nations. Anibs realize that Jews will not stop Immigration Into Palestine, which ts the action opposed most strongly by trie Arab states. It was i : J-'ranlc Crofkelt Same . . VeuruA DiUldson Klmb;e 5.00 1.00 Ll.OO 6.50 3.00 300 1.00 I 00 300 300 .SO 5.00 .55 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 25 .25 .25 .63 .13 .13 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.13 1.13 .25 1.25 .25 .75 16! .75 .75 .25 .25 .75 .75 .13 1 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.40 I Same. W. SO ft, of t. 351.5 ft 1.50 Same, 50 > 170 (1. Lot In 1.50 Same, 50 x 170 II. Let in 1.50 Mary E. Springfield. W. SO fl. ol X. 1.50 150 fl. of N. 180 ft 1.50 I Will Watklns. E. 50 11, of W 333 ft. 1.50 of N. 180 ft < 1.50 I W. J. Hodgerr.. E. 33 II, 01 W, 283 n. 1.50 i of N. ISO 11 1.50 j Will Johnson. E. 50 ft. of W. 300 fl. 1 50 ol S. 180 fI I 50 MIUoji and IxiJCJie Wilson. S. M ft. J.50 of N. 230 II. Of E 506.5 fl I Leola Adams, E. 50 ft. ol W. 3U.S ft. 3.38 ; of N. 180 11 .S3 I Unknown, A 75 fl. I/>l hi 88 Hoy Lowcry, 50 x 155 fl. lx>t In 1 50 0. O .Watson, E. 100 fl. of W. 150 It. .. 150 A. M. Houston. E. 252 ft. of W. 477 11... 1 50 i Same. E, 50 11. of 1.50 Same, W'.j. 13 13 13 M 24 1.50 1.50 1.50 533 5.at. 1.50 2.1 39 39 40 43 44 45 350 3.50 1.50 .M .M .SO .SO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.50 1.50 1.00 4.50 «.50 RICHARDS ADDITION TO BLYTHKVII.I r Dr. J. I,. Tidwcll 2 H 1150 Same. E. 6 ft. lx)! 4 nnd AH Ol I.OI 3 ... B 1225 Ella Jolmson MJ'ra Ross Same . . . Jeff Akin 1.5(1 • Frances Curry 4,00 'Knn\e . . D.:J3 ' Mertrls Cook . 4.00 i Krne.51 Collier 4.00 ! Jesse Johnson 1.50 Marie MLIlcr . 150 Shtue EDWIN ROBINSON AUDITION TO BLYTHEV1LLE .88 .11 .11 .13 .13 .15 .25 .25 .M .3* .25 1.13 2.88 3.0» 1.00 3.50 350 4.00 1.00 3.50 4.50 4.00 4,50 1.50 1.50 1.00 ,25 .88 1.13 1.00 1.13 .38 .33 .15 .25 .25 .2! M .U .It M ,25 .25 .25 .15 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .35 ,25 .25 .25 .25 . .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .24 IS 2.13 .M M M .M 1 S» 1.50 1,30 I 50 4.83 1 SS 1.5(1 1.M 14.63 155* I.SO 4.63 4.63 5.25 1.50 4.63 5.88. , 2.I3 2.13 CHICAGO WILL It LUMBER COMPANY'S SECOND ADDITION to BLYTHEVll.i.F. , Kloyd Harwell 4.00 K. C. ROBINSON'S LUMBER COMPANY'S FJKST AUDITION TO HLYTIIEVILLE 4 00 ' W, O. Hceves . 8 1 00 25 ->5 i vt .83 Same •:.... 9 1.00 25 f « '50 6.50J O. S. KOLL1SON SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLZ Mrs. K. L.'Adklsson r 7 -l i oo '25 -'5 i 50 i O. C. Kldrtdge - ; S 4 5 JiO 133 "5 7 13 | Mrs. Lilly waxlne Bolton. Pt. of s. 140 fl... 8 6 350 .88 .25 4.(i3 ; O. D. Hummock. Jr.. T.. B. BrliiBiS. W. 30 It. ot N 50 It 8 6 350 .»« ,25 4 63 I O. K. Banner CHICAGO MILL A LUMBER COMPANY'S THIKO AUDITION TO ni.YTIIKVILI.K I Same Vomits Davidson .50 .13 .25 KOLI.1SO.VS RKIM.AT OK K". BLOCKS 3 AND « Or CHICAGO MI] I AMI I.U.MhKR COMPANY'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLK Same H. H. Bollon Lulher (Jar.n ................ Hoyle W. Harden .............. Walter Holes. W',1 ........... Same, E'.i ---- ................ Dona Bell, W'.i ............. CHICKASAWISA Mrs. Jessie Arlan, W, 26 fl. .. Same 1 3 6 7 10 3 3 3.50 3.50 3.00 1.50 6.00 450 3.50 1.50 n.so .U M .15 .38 1,50 I 13 M .38 TO NLYTHIIVII.LE D 1.00 .25 9 6.50 1.63 (IIICKASAWBA GARDEN ADDITION TO lil.YTHKVIl.I.E Mrs. Dorothy C. Cole 10 2 7.50 1.R3 Ka me . i 2 1,00 .25 • Raymond CrawfG'iI 12 2 1,00 .25 ' ED B. COOK SUBDIVISION TO HLYTIIICVILLK Unknown 7 A .50 .13 Carrie staple* 8 A .50 .13 Dewey Snilih 13 A .50 .13 DAVIS SECOND AUDITION TO BLYTHKV1LLE Nellie Jotuis Braiilly. S. 95 ft .-• l 4 i .00 25 Same, K. 91 ft. of E',i 2 4 1.00 ,25 C. H,. Wnl!a<e, W'i' 6 4 6.50 1.63 = arne. Kast B ft 7 4 1,00 .25 ' *• in opcrnlion. To prevent a strike, the company agreed to the government's Injunction petition, which would maintain wages at the present level for! 80 (Jays, Hcrby Thatcher, union attorney, said the workers hnd agreed lo a no-strike clause In a new contract in return for n no-change hi status j Cnmniui was culled to his home In quo agreement, but ihe company | Norfolk, Vn., to his sick wife's bed- hnd rejected the offer. , side. The White House nnd Justice 1 The catchers today an Inlrasciuad warm- I generally agreed also that any pow- iii) gnnie -was halted after the • er attempting to enforce peace in fourth inning yesterday because of a shortngc ol backstops. The score was tied at 3-3 when Gilbert cnlled the game oil after catcher James Fortune split a finger. Catcher James Fields hurt Thursday and backstop S. Pt 6 5 5.50 1.38 DAVIS THIRD ADDITION TO BI.V1 HKV11.1.E was Bill Department had watched the dispute carefully .since R bepa* to develop. On Mtirch 5. ['resilient Truman named a board of inquiry under the Tnft-Hartly law to study the fncts of the cnse. NeBOttalicuis continued, but when no bicak wn.s apparent the government went to court n.s a last resort to halt the work stoppage. In Its petition, the government said the proposed strike would "inperial the nattomij safety." "The emergency,'-' the petition said, "relates not only to production of fissionable materials Vo!s' regular catcher. Roy Easternwood, provided most of the fireworks before gn;ue was called. He .slammed a two-run honi- . Taft-Hartley law, for just such a "delicate" situation as this and asked that the law's procedures be followed to,keep a vital industry Mrs. Agnes Hague Dies at Jonesboro JONESBOUO, Ark.. March 20. (UP)—Mrs. Agnes Hibbnnl Hogue, | the wife of L. Hoguc, banker and rice uiniiLer ol Welner. died yesterday at the age of'59 ystirs. Funeral services will be held nt weapon.-, but also to research nnd • Welner Sunnily, development lumlamcnlul to main-1 Survivors include, one son. Wil- tnlnlng and Improving the position ; Ham Hibbard of Little Rock and one of the United States In this tntom-j daughter,-Mrs. J. M. Pollard ol Lit- I lie Rock. he Holv Land would be involved in he strife. Jews received the news with dismay, and IS was considered possible that the Irgun Zvai Lcumi and Stern gang might show their feelings with violence against Amcri- l.onnle Boyttstcm, Same ' 7 J. C. Frailer 10 Same n Smith Lot E. of Lot 7 and Ix>t 7 ... Mrs F. n. Ktnnlnsham. S 2J3 Lota 13 and 14. . I.eurcu Kne^.s. S.90 fl _ la James !,. Mathls, N. 50 ft. . . -....'. 18 3.00 5.50 4.00 4.00 5.50 6 50 .75 1.33 1.00 1.00 1.38 2.B8 188 1.63 FA1UV1EW ADDITION TO RLYTIIKVILLK Joe and WLlrna Mayfleld 3 2 3 00 -..75 GOSNELL ESTATE SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHF.VILLE R. L. Lowe '8 2 11.50 2.B8 Pete Burnliam, W. 62'A ft. British security forces issued ne* | Em . Ml GREENWOOD ADDITION .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 4.63 4.6H 5,50 13 6 1.00 .25 14 ft 1.00 25 C. M. and Alma Turner 16 (i 1,00 25 KUDULE HEIGHTS ADDITION TO BLYTHKV1LI.E 4.00 ! Frftnklln Warlh 2,13 CKcsler Lewis 7.75 i Virgil uendlnnie 5.88 virsii t-oiey 4.63 \ Orvllle Thompson "12 i 3 4 3 150 4 so 150 450 4 50 5.50 550 .33 113 33 . 113 1.38 133 y 13 ' Otis Heed 4.83 ] T. A, and Ella Mlzell .'...'.'..'".'. j SUNN'YSIJ>E ADDITION TO BI.YTilEVlLLE 1.50 Llr.a IJryant 10 4 4 ot) 100 8.38 Florence Malthews a 5 450 1.13 Same , 13 5 4*50 113 9.G3 VAIL SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVII.LE 1.50 Oscar. Haulaway, E. 100 ft. , '12 650 163 150; '-:.- JOHN B. WAI.KKR SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHKVILI.E Unknown i A 1.00 .25 .SS Same 4 A i rjo .25 B8 WEST EM) SUBDIVISION TO HLYTIIEVILLE .83 Irving and Dora Washington i 2 450 113 • Same 2 2 150 38 1.50 Mlllard Shannon 4 3 450 113 1.50 Same . 5 i i oo '25 833 ' WEST GATE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE 1.50 : Mayslll Hawkins 4 B 450 7.13 Iloberl Reeder / 5 B 400 Raymond Crawford , t 7 c 5 50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 1.13 1.50 1.50 1.50 2 13 5.88 2.13 5.88 5.88 7.13 1.13 5,' 598 W. W. Same . directives ordering troop comman- I cieve Jackson tiers to Increase the strength am! Leroy waixer . numbers of their patrols, Despite Arab leaders' silence, there w:is strong expectation that Arabs would , stage demonstrations In favor of | Hus »l' the American government for. its decision to abandon the partition pbn. Arabs meanwhile claimed to have killed or wounded at least So Jews in tbo destruction of a Jewish fortress at HP'znun, five miles East of Jaffa on the Jerusalem road. The fortress. In the midst of an nil-Arab district, has been used by Htigaiiah to control traffic on the Jaffa-Jerusalem road. It was attacked unsuccessfully three times previously by Arabs. TO 8 2 10.00 2.50 BI.YTHKVILLE 11 1 4.00 1.00 13 1 1.00 .25 ; ia i i.oo .25 19 1 4.00 1.00 20 1 100 ,25 • 21 I 1 00 .25 HARRIS ADDITION TO Bi.VTHEVlI.LE ran 7 2 7.50 1,88 HEARN ADDITION TO BLYTHF.VII.I.i: 4.00 I 4.00 Clifford Mitchell H. Sylvester, S. 50 ft. . Same, S. 50 ft. of E','j N. W. Kvle. N. 100 fl. . Charley Saliba F. R. Bomar Mra. J. T. Ashley .... R. L. Logan . HIGHLAND PLACE ADDITION TO BI.VTHKV1LLE 1.00 1.00 11 4 14 12 n 3.00 3.00 1.00 5.50 1.00 1.00 6.00 9.50 1.50 .75 .75 .25 1.38 .25 .25 1.50 2.38 .38 Read Courier hews Want Ads IN THE CHANCERY- COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. CHICK- ; Hester Hlte. A lot 50 T 150 ft. ' '" ...... — " ....... " ...... OI PLAINTIFF DEFENDANTS others having ASAWBA DISTRICT. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. ST FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT, . -VS- NO. 10.413 MRS. SARAH MIL.LIGAN, ET AL. AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS. TOWN LOTS AMD BLOCKS v NOTICE The following named persons and corporations and all claiming an Interest In any of tlie-foltowlrtK described lutuls are hereby notified thlt suit Is pending In the chancery Court of Mississippi County, chlckas-"'- Dtstrlct. Arkansas, to enforce the collection of said levee nixes, for the 1W7, on the subjoined list of lands. , each supposed owners' lands bcliiK se 1 opposite ms or Its name respectively, together wllh lite amount due severally from each: * - ' i?J if > _-g !« Q 25! 5'S NWll HIGHLAND PLACE SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 4.00 7.13 Robert Suns 5.25 B. A. Oreen 5,25 Unknown , . 7.13 ' Unknown 14.63 George Davis . . 0.63 same 8 38 ! uenrude Williams same . . . ..... 4.00 Unknown ... . . Same . . 14 63 Same . j 12.75 W. C. Hart . ... 1 Same WILSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO BLYTHEVII.LE 6 7 18 19 21) 21 22 23 1 1 5 10 11 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .M .50 .50 .50 1.13 I.OO 1.38 e .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 525 I - WILSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHF.VILLE 1,50 Elizabeth Palmer 22 2 .50 13 1.50 Lester Stokes 10 3 50 '13 5.25 Cora Fowler , n 3 '50 '13 150 WILSON'S THIRD ADDITION TQ, BLYTHF.VILLE year Oertrtide. Smith. E. 4 acres SE>; SE'.V. S. of liv Horace Wakeflolrt. NW'.i NE'i W. It. Crawford. N". S'.', NE'/, SW/. (Ixils 3 Clark Addit.) Same. Sta S'b Nt',4 aw/, (Lot 4 Clark Addn.) Minnie Wilson, OrlK. Survey NF.'i. S. of LaX'r, 100 10.00 2.50 2.50 .25 .25 250 .63 , .63 .Off .25 .25 .25 .25 35 TOWNSIIir FIFTKES (15) NORTH, KANCE TWKLVK (12) E.VST 1.50 12.75 3.33 3.33 '.56 Mra. .Warren H. Jackson 1 7 6 00 1 50 25 Mrs. Evelyn CrKeefe .. ' l 9 1.00 .25 25 Same . . . 2 9 1 00 .25 .25 HOLI.ANDALF. ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Jake Rhodes l D 4.50 1.13 .25 Jftmes Brooks 4 D 3.50 P3 25 Same 5 D 450 1.13 .25 IIOI.I.IPFTER It SHONYO ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE 'I. W. Tbompson 6 1 4.00 100 25 James and Mattl« Wills 14 2 350 88 25 Johnnie Soward 6 3 1.00 25 25 Cllzabcth cothem -. 11 5 400- 1M 25 L.S.Stewart . ..,.'. 6 fi 2.50 63 25 IRREGULAR LOTS N)i NWJ'« Sec. 16-lVlI, BLYTHEVILLE • IlUford Yotmx . ...: 19 3.00 .75 ->5 R. L. Wade, W. 41 It 25 .50 .13 ->5 IHHEGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF BLVTHEV1I.LF, "• - Sec. Twp.Rge. W. P. Sharp, S. 130 ft. Lot 5 In SEV. SE'.i - ' " W. C. Reagan. Lot 16 in W'.i E',j SE',', 1.50 9.G3 5.25 5.25 4.00 4.00 1.50 7.13 1.50 1.50' 7.75 12.13 2.13 7.15 1.50 1.50 5.88 ' 4.63 5.83 Unknown Same Wels Buiane Co.. Mrs. Ona Grear Aaron Cummlngs same . . .. =.. Same Same . Same May Mlnyard . . Myrtle Cook . .. Johnlc Long . .. Jack Hatdln . . Same Same Same Same R. U. Hardin . C. A. Smith . . . £r>n,c , . C. E. (Jlllllaitd riKST ADDITION TO DELL 12 3 13 3 14 3 22 3 17 18 3.00 1 50 1.50 1.50 t.OO 3.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 I.OO I.OO 4.00 1.00 5.00 .50 .50 .50 34 34 NAUK .!•• TOWNSHIP FOURTEKN (11) SOU 111, KAXC.F. E1RHT (») EAST Mra'. Sarah Million. 6. 15 acre* SWV, SE',,... 15 15 i 3.75 SHI s 25 Charles Rose. SE'.i SW'.'i 15 40 10.00 250 ..25 Same. SW',' 4 SW!',. except 4 acres •':.-' In SW corner 15 M 0.00 2.25 .25 W. "J. McCloiKl. NVa NE'A NW','« 21 20 5.00 125 .25 Ben Gardner, W'i NEi', MW'i 27 20 5.00 1.25 .25 R. S.- EuuankS. N'.i NE'/i KE';. 27 iO 5.00 1.25 .25 Avants and Suratt. E'/, SWV. SW', 34 20 500 125 ,25 TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (ID NORTH, RANGE NINE (D) F.AST Edna Y. Husband, Lois 3. 4 and 5, Sup Survey 4 100 5,00 1.25 ,25 Tlger-Levlne Co.. All Orlg. Survey. SEVi NW'.i E. of "ri'ir l,'no and West of Lcwee 8 2 .50 .13 .25 Same,' All Orlg. Survey. : , SE'i NW',', E. of Levee 9 3 .15 JH-' .25 Edna.Y. Husband, Lots 3 and 4, • • - - v , Sup. Survey 9 38 100 ,4fl .25 Hirjorle Edwards. NE'.i NWV> -i... 11 40 10,01) 250 .25 I. L.l Parks. SW',, SE'/, W. of Levee 33 5 ,25 .06 .25 Unknown, E. of Leevec, Frl. SW'/, SW; . 32 25 125 31 25 Joha' Lorren. NE'/ 4 E. of River and ." / West of old levee 32 28 .140 .35 .25 .• ;•>-, .TOWNSHIP FOURTK.EN (It) NOUT1I, ItANRE TEN (10) EAST W.* W. Eubanks. NWV* SWV, 14 45 10.00 250 2? C.. C. Croncy SE'/» tiE 1 , 21 40 J. r. Harris. Lot 2 SW, N. of DltcV J. W. Anderf.011. SVi NEV, W ol Levcu Snmc. 3E!i VI. ol Levee Same. Lot 2 NW!', . ,, .......... a Luclnda Newburu. IX3t 4 NW 1 ., ............ 35 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN' (15) NO11TH, RANC.K Willie Ray. SW Cor. SE 1 ,', SW'.i. . ........ 5 MollLe Jlnckner, £.113 N'j NW',, E. of Levee.. 10 10 « .; % Mollle jdicKiicr, t-ij N'j ftvv 1 ,, fc. ol Levee.. SP | Ethel Holmes, SWi. SW, W. of Levee .. .. O« , j Same, S. 156 tt. of NW/, SW/,. W. of Levee. . .25 .25 .25 .25 EAST .21 .25 .25 .2S 10.00 1.75 0.50 2.50 .44 233 1.00 .25 S 2.00 .50 10 2.50 ' .63 2 .50 .13 THIRTFEN (13J 3 .75 .19 1 .25 .Oft 22 5.50 1.3R ... • 3 .75 .1!) TOWNSHIP SIXTEKN (16) NORTH, RANGE NINE (9) EAST " x J. W. Cowan. All It! ArV:, NE',, E. o.' Lr-.vce ,.21 (S .30 .08 .25 1 Unknown. W. PI, NW',, SW/*. less Dllch 21 5 1.25 .31 25 i 104' J. W. Cowau. Lot 1. Sup. Survey 21 19 .95 .24 25 12,75 : W. G. Norlon. l.ot 4 Sup. Survey 33 46 2.30 .58 -25 1 Same. l.ot 5 Snp. Survey 33 40 2.00 .50 .25 11,51) > TOWNSHIP SIX'TKKN (tfi) NORTH, RANGF. TEh (10) EAST 0.50. , Kilna Y. llutlrand, All In Ark. Orlu G 50 j survey. E. of Lcveu 19 G SO 1 Same. Lot 4 Sup. Survey, K or Levee 19 6.50 Same, lot 5 Sup. Survey .. 19 I Same, Lol fi Sup. Survey, E. of l.cvee 19 1 R, E. RyAls. SW'i NEH s. ot Levee, 20 6,50 lUtshcll Uyals. NW., SEi , 20 I W. S. Roberts. VVii NW, SE', 22 E.' L. Vcrnon. E'.-j NW, SK', 22 .88 J. W. Anderson S'.i NEV, w. of Ry 20 i Ctiarlts Orr. SE'.i SEV, Sup Survey 30 .44 Mrs. Ethel Moody. 1 Acre Lot In SW Corner, SEV, SWV, M 2,63 Harvey llarl. E, 12 ft. of W. 162 fl. 12.75 of S. 291 H, of E". SW/,, SW, 36 I ^V .06 25 .56 I TOWNSIIir SIXflvKN (16) NORTH. RANOK KI.EVKN (!I) EAST 1.81 J. H. Henderson. N'i NW1 SW i leiis R|W.. 27 18 4.50 1.13 .25 Paul Abbott. N. M II. of W. 80 ft. 200 ol S. 30 acres. SW'.i 8WH • 27 !x)t .50 .13 .25 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NORTH. RANGE TWELVE (12) EAST a Robinson. Estate. All hi ArV:. W'i NW', N. of nnyo,i 20 45 11.25 2.S1 .25 1.75 .12 4.68 2.Si) •4.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 13.26 ,3.»6 3,50 1.94 .03 1.17 .72 1.00 2.50 1.25 1.25 3.31 .95 Escle Reagan. 128',} x 100 ft. in S. Pt. Lot 16 W. Lee Reagan. lCflj.l3P.Vj ft. In Lot 16. F. M. Kurst. Lot 20 SE>', SE'i '.. Mattle Wilson. N. end of Manlson St., Lot in E'.i W'/, SEV, 8 Mamie E. Hancock, Lot 12 In S',- NF.V, .. 15 Jennie Lowe'ry. Pt. Lot 17 In S',;, NE'.', .. 15 H. C. Campbell. K. 46 ft. of lot 9 In NE'/, NE'i 17 City of Blythollle. Lot 13 in N'i 17 ri ' Dave Williams. N. 50 ft. Tract No. 1 "I Blythevllle Plant Site ' Joe Allen. Lot 21. Block 1 N'.i NE',, .. Marlon and Virginia Jackson. Lot 9. Block 4. N'.i NK'/, . . 21 lUainle Phillips. I>ot 16. nlncfc 4, N'/. NF.V, 21 1.19 .5« 7.13 1.19 .63 I 81 1 »,94 -41 ... 8.10 I J " 3-85 I j u ,|-" [ Sa... = . . . "2-'5 same . . . »:M sam « • • Oscar DaTls 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 IS 15 15 15 15 15 400 4;00 400 4.00 3.50 5.50 3 50 1.00 4.00 2.00 1.50 100 1.00 1.00 JAMES ADDITION TO I1I.YTHEVILLE D. Miller R n 4 50 LARRY ADDITION TO IILYTHEVII.LE Fmzter 19 I.oo 20 1.00 21 1.00 22 I 00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .38 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 16.31 . 5.20 4.«3 .56 5.88 Maggie craft Robert McCarney . Same C-ieorue McCUlchlnK . Essie Walls Jessie Douglas . .' .. Roy Sharp Edna Smith and Fdna LARRY SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHF.VILLE Dodson .... 6 1 00 .25 LARRY TIIIKI) ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 25 525 4.63 1 50 5.25 ' 338 } 4.CK) ' .63 5.25 5.25 7.1.1 453 1.50 5.75 2.75 2.13 1.50 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO DELL 8 B 4.50 I E 3.50 2 E 1.00 S J 2.50 TO I.EAt/HVILI.E 1 2 .50 3.50 ............ R. L. HAYS ADDITION H ..... ' .1J .38 .38 .38 .2J .75 .25 .75< .25 .25 ,25 1.00 .25 125 .13 .13 .13 1.13 .88 .25 .63 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 M .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 31 .25 .25 .25 .25 Jack McWllorter J. M. Wilkinson. E. 50 E. L. Kins '. 8 3 1.50 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF LEACHVILLE ~ Sec Twn. Rge. J. D. Healhuock. Lot R In RW/, NE'', 8 15 8 850 213 MATTHEWS ».RST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Mrs. H. M. Perez '. 5 I 100 .25 E. Neighbors 4 '2 5.50' 1.38 . Mrs. B. C. Crltlenden ... 12 2 4 50 1 13 I MATTHEWS SECOND ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE' n anil Dora Smith 10 3 5 50 1 38 H. Rodgers 24 4.50 1.13 Frank Barnes 3 4 400 100 MATTHEWS THIRD ADDITION TO LEACHVII.I.E 5 25 Leroy Carter. W. 50 /t 2 4 50 5 13 5.25 W. K..Chlldress ". . 3 450 1 13 463 I NELSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO LCACHVILLE Joe Wheeler. E. 75 ft i B 4 so 1 13 Rev. Eugene Hall. S. 16 ft. of N. 41 11. .. 5 B «> 1.00 25 Roderick i Brlnker, N. 40 ft. . 8C 11 50 2 88 NELSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE' E. N. Hatlghll :.... 8 I 4,50 1.13 PARK ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE B. Flannagan 11 B I 00 25 SECOND PARK ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE E. A. Hill 19 2.50 .63 Same 20 5.50 1.38 SMITH'S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE 1.50 1.50 5.88 2.13 5.88 1.50 5.25 7.13 .88 .83 .88 .83 !BB !BK .aa .89 M .88' .88 M*f. 2.1" .231 1.50 4.00 150 4.00 1.40 1.50 1.50 5.25 1,50 6.50 ' .S8 .88 .88 . 4.63 .1.50 US 4.63 2.13 10 12 15 25 1.00 1.00 1 00 1,00 1,00 I 00 100 1.00 Same. Lot 3 SW'A N. of Dllch 31 39 Farrell Harris, S',i S'i NW'/, N. ot - ' '• and W, ot By 32 19 4.75 I 1!> 25 Same, NW!', NWV, 32 38 950 •> 13 25 TOWNSHIP FOUKTKF.N (11) NORTH. RANGE ELEVEN (II) EAST William Langlcy. N. 210 ft. of S 513 ft of W. 210 ft. NWV, 5F.H 4 Lot 350 88 25 Mrs. Dorothy C. Cole. E', a W'.i NE', 11 40 1000 250 ->5 -Raymond Crawford W'i wv, NB'.i II 40 1000 250 25 TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NORTH, RANGE TWF.I.VF. (12) EAST 12.75 12.75 211 ' 12 13 fi.19 12,13 4,63 1275 12,75 LARRY FOURTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVIU.E .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .2.1 25 .25 1 50 150 150 LSD 1 50 1 50 ' 150 i; M 1,50 I 50 I ' 5 0 1.50 150 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (IS) NORTH, RANGE TIIIRTKEN (11) EAST Alien. SE 1 , SW' Cecil !,nd Carrutliers Luclle E. Jim Allison 19 40 10.00 Lot Blk. ALLISON ADDITION TO HI.YTHRVII.I.F. 2.50 .25 12.75 Annie Horn ,t Hobble Lee inman Williams L. T. EHIs. All SW/, W. of Lovce.'lc*s lota Grady Horner, N. 6.8 chs. of W. 1,50 chs of "-'••• E. 6.1 chs. ME'. SW'i L. TV Ellis. E'i SE'/, Same .W'.i 5W,» SEV, Habrle Harmon. SW',, SW, w of Ditch J. P. "Miller Estate. NEV, NE 1 . , Bamev SE'.i .NEV, less School Jr>t Mabry Harmon. NWV, West of Dllch No. fi Same, 1 Acre tu NW corner. SW', TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN IIS) .NORTH. Stanley Brock. N'.i SE'.i E. of Frlsro and W. of Cotton P,clt liv .... Elmer Gooch. Parrrl 27. I/H 3 NW. C. K. Cook; N'i SE', SE', William E. and f Donhca Rodgers. 1 Acre Ixil In NW corner l.ol 2 SE 1 :, SW, : Leroy carter. A lot 100 \ 50 ft. S'i NW, K. of Rr Eugene Sloan. S. 33 acre's SS : i SE', S»me. SWU SE'.i K. and E. of Bv.. .,' '..'" Earl Wlldy. SE' 1 , SE',, Same. S',i NE'.i SE'i Eugene Sloan. E'.j NE!, E. or Ditch, less Lot Frank Lee. N. 241'i It. E. o: Dlirh. 87 1 Si) 20 5 39 20 1 2175 5.U 25 27.44 25 20.00 5.00 1.25 10 00 9.75 3 00 25 Ofi 5.00 1.25 31 2.M 244 1.25 RANRK EIGHT (a 5 . 6 .25 25 ,25 25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 K:\ST 55 31 V 11 75 7 75 5.CO 3.44 1.04 1.25 3 Ixit 17 Lol 25 33 25 18 32 40 32 21 36 63 36 Lot .1 50 4 [XI R25 5.00 1575 1 50 I 00 2.06 175 250 I 25 3!>4 3,1 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 . . . , TOWNSnil- riFTi:KN (!.•,) M1KT1I. RANGE N1NK (0) FAST L. Richardson. Lot I sup. Survey . S 1 05 Ol .sr. 25.23 G 50 650 .56 1744 991 650 5.2.', io.%e 127; 65' IMS 2 l; 31 Myra Tucker Lucy nobbltt . Albtrl nnd Heine Harber Same j. w. n.\i)i-:it 7 14 g .1 350 3.00 3.50 350 100 ,4,50 I.OO 3,50 350 48 100 ADDITION TO lll.YTHKVIl.I.E ran aujclcr 7 9.00 2.25 SAM HARNES SUBDIVISION' TO IU.YTHEVILLF. Indiana Green. S 50 ft of N, 70 fl. l 50 13 Charles F. I.lpford. S 50 ft. l 2 50 63 John H. Smith. N. 100 fl. 2 300 75 IV A. Smith. S. 60 fl. [c:-s S. 10 ft. 2 3 jO RS John H. Smith 3 250 ' 6 j Talnvus Lee. S'.i ' -i 300 .75 vine n. Martin . . 13 250 63 Ida Mlcholl. N 170 ft. ni Lol 1, Ir-s Pc;trl ;jnMI, l.ot l .50 .88 .75 .80 .88 .25 1.13 .25 .88 .88 .25 .13 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 4.63 4.00 4.63 4.63 I 50 5.83 1.50 4.63 4.63 1.50 .•*.. E. Snydcr. NEl:4 SW1 4 NE1 •, Mrs. Obte Ashabranncr. Ixit 6 SW, NE', ; Eugene Sloan. W'.i NW'.i N. of ,EV., -lc*v K . . 5 acres In NW/, NW , and Lots M. L. Downing. 150 s 150 II txit In SW Corner NW, NK'i John H: and Willie "''' R. Tierce. K 400 ft. of E 2?2 ft. lot l ' HE'.V NWV, less N. 135 ft. of • .-.i''.• » E. 70 ft. thereof M. J. MCCann. S. !!& acres. SW'i NWi * S. of. Ry.. . General D. Mobley. I Acre (k>t In W'i NW. Vn. Edna T. Husband. Frl. E'i w, of Lake Bame, Lot 6 Sup. Survey Attme. Ix>t 7 Sup. Survey-" Same Lot 8 Stip. Survey*. J. L. Tldweil, All Orlff.'Survey NW', ' Same, All Orlg. Survey SW 1 /. S«m«, Lot 2 Sup. Survey, E of Levee B*me, tot 3 E. of Floodway. Sup. Survey ". '.'.'. 10 If 31 30 3! lot 31 I/-] I 31 20 31 Lol 33 7 33 21 33 !9 33 40 36 2 36 51 J6 11 24 2.VI 4.00 975 1.00 .350 5 00 350 35 1 20 1 45 2 O) .10 2 ,S5 1.32 2 R8 3.24 t 25 .83 . 09 64 .3:1 .72 .SI .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 75 .25 Tom A- Mattlc Johnson Mr-,, w. C. liylrc Kelly Travis l^onarrt Tnylr.r .... Same Same Frank L Shnnks ''.' .".' William M. Joilty. J^ame Mts. Annie Mosley D.ivld Curtis ....'..'.'. M;itt-.e MimUnch . ./.'..' .Srnuc. S 13 M.'VVplr Coif Mrs. Florence Romh .... Kamc Cliuence Daniel '^•1 iirasky ll.XRKON A l.ll.I.Y ADDITION TO HLYTIIEV11.I.E 4 6.1 YV J ,50 463 N 69 1.7S Mrs. J.Ofl . Ml 3.50 5.50 350 4.00 1.50 1 SO I.OO l.CO 100 I SO 1.50 350 550 50 3 no 500 6.50 1.00 4 00 I.OO 1.00 1.00 300 .88 1.38 .38 I CO US .38 .25 .25 .25 .33 • .38 .83 1.38 .13 .75 ' 1.33 I 63 .25 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .75 63 . . 275 .37 louan. S. Pt G. Hollcunn .„ „ IURIION ,V UI.I.Y SUIllllVtSlON. HI.YTIIKVII.I.F Tranlham - jfi 4 0.1 1 00 IIKCK.MAX'S ADDITION' TO HI.VTUF.Vli.l.K O. blionyo J, Johnson. W. 911 Cleveland Eakei . 3 50 .50 NORT "' RAN<iR 4311 1XM Karen F., T ° Maile Wood. N. 2S fl ril.YTIIK ADDITION TO BLYTHEVIt.l'.F."' 5 24 S.50 „. .ovt "1 Wli NE', and Rachel 4.50 113 ,25 wunains CLyrte Newman. E. 3R n. of W „, ^ "« It "I I ol; 4 Mid 5 W. f, Mullens. W. 38 fl ol Lots 4 an.1 Mrs, .!. J. Jolmron A, A. Hale" . . . ' .. :W, .W;IW«r. Frl Pt. SE « 13 NW,i 1 Lot it Out of Lot 5 NE>', !2 Lol KE\',, S. of Road.. 23 25 3.00 625 20.00 10.00 acres of E. 4 acres ot K. IZ'.i acres. ME'/, NE'/i. *• **"• Eii " 21;, « wi; cor '' swl ''« SE '.*.V 9 6 e 6 2 acre 9 Lot n 4t) 15 Lot 150 I 50 3.50 0 00 3.50 75 163 5.00 2.50 il .83 25(1 • 29 29 30 31 32 400 550 5 59 550 5.50 .13 I.OO .25 1 36 1.00 1.38 1,38 138 1.38 ,"S FIRST ADDITION TO 6 3 550 1.39 23 25 ,25 15 .35 .2.1 .25 25 ,23 .25 3,33 4.00 4.63 3.33 4.00 3 38 .SB 4 63 7.13 4.63 5.25 2 13 2 13 1.50 1.50 i 1.51 : 4.63 2.13 ' 4.63 7.13 ! .S3 4.00 650 S.3S 1,50 5.25 1,50 1.50 1.50 4.00 333 525 4.S3 R3 525 1.00 7.13 5.25 7.13 7.13 7.13 7.13 Y.i's TO BLYTHEVILLE 4 1.00 .25 1.00 .25 Sylvester and Elizabeth Davis 4 .50 Johnnie Johusou 7 . .50 .13 Minute and Rob.-rt Scott a .50 .13 Fannie Wellchance 11 .50 .13 John Klnp , 48 .50 .13 Prlscalla Dobbins 64 .50 .13 Same . , - \... 65 .so .13 Paul Byrum 70 .50 ,1.1 Charles Brooks 79 .50 .13 Mrs. Robert Spencer fio .50 .13 G, Sanders Rl 3.50 R8 Flora Blackburn *3 .50 .13 Same , W 50 .13 Paul Byrum .- 87 .50 .13 Aullle Harris OS .50 .13 Kamc 19 .50 .13 Same 100 .50 .13 I.ARHY FIFTH ADDITION William Peters Lcvj. Aaron and Louise Echols James Buford 8 1.00 .25 Ollic Johnson 12 1.00 .25 Albert Stokes 14 1,00 .25 Catherine Ross 15 100 ,25 Delia Davis i 2C 3.50 .8R Jim and Lela Broods , 30 1.00 .25 RooreVlt »nrt Willie May Rullln .' 36 350 ,«a Henry Perkins •- 3fl 1.00 ,25 • '- MARSH ADDITION TO lll.VTIIF.Vll.I.K Arthur Rushing, s, 1(3 Lois 3 nnd 4 2 5.50 1.118 '-,. MAYDE1.I.C SUBDIVISION TO m.YTHEVlt.l.F, Thctm* SIiepn«rd and vera Rhodes 1 1 .50 .13 Same . 1 I .50 .13 Same 3 1 .50 .13 Melvln B. Jarratl . .. 2 4 .50 .13 fame . . 34 .50 .13 i Mll.LF.R and GRF.ENI.EK SUBDIV. of W<4 SIV 1 , NEVi • I>orn P. D:\vls 1 C.. C. Harron 4 8.00 2.00 1 F E Fox. N. 75 fl 5 7.50 1.88 Roy Dlllard. S. 52,33 fl 5 6,50 L.63 1 Federal Housing Project 6 1.50 .38 T. O. Bailey 'I • 3.00 .75 Arkansas Fuel Oil Co.. W'.i 8 14.00 3.50 Mrs. K. W. Burls, F.', 8 3.00 .75 Federal Honstnz Project 9 1.50 .33 JACK MITCHELL ADDITION TO H1.VTHF.VI1.LF. .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .55 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 4 53 .83 .SB .83 .88 150 1,50 1.51 1.50 1.50 1.50 Walter Hipp - l A .50 ... Same 2 A .50 .13 Sume. N!i 3 A .50 .13 L. O'Connor, W.i Lots 31 and 32 A 4.00 100 Same, W/a Lots 3;t atid 34 A 4.00 100 A. P. Pletce 17 B 1.00 .25 Same 18 B I.OO .25 Same 19 B 1.00 .25 Same 20 B 1.00 .25 Same 21 B 3.00 .75 Same. 22 B 3.00 • .75 Ivn L. Klthn 27 D .50 .13 Same 28 D 3.00 .75 James C. Wt\lker . 27 E 3.50 .88 Same 28 E 3,50 .88 Same 29 E 1.00 .25 Same . 30 E I.OO .25 J. W. Buck 8 G 1.00 .25 Same V 9 G 4.00 .25 Joseph McCain .- 5 I .50 .13 Same 6 I 2.50 .53 Lee O'Conncr . . ll r I.oo '.25 Same 12 1 I.OO .25 Same 13 I I.OO .25 Same 14 I 3.30 .88 Lee H. Roberts 17 I 1 OO 25 Same . . 18 I 100 25 Same .. 19 I 1.00 .25 Same 20 r 1.00 .25 SUBDIVISION OF W. 210 FT. OF TRACTS 5. «, 7, BLOCK A.M.7i: S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Mrs. W. M. Edgln. S. 70 ft. 16 J 450 1.13 hT.tliDLN.iiAYER ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Rev. Eugene Hall. E'/j . . 10 A 400 1.00 Mrs. Annie Gabbard. N',i 9 n 3 50 .88 C. D. ASHAHRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA H. M. Smith '. 10 1 4 CO 1.00 Same 11 l 550 1.38 Same 12 I I.OO .25 H. C. Tlplon 7 2 550 1.38 J. E. McMast'ers 22 4 4.50 1.13 I Same 23 4 I.OO ..25 HENRY A5HAFIRANNKH ADDITION TO MANILA .50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .15 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 "J", 1.50 7.13 5. an 5,25 5.88 5.83 ISO 14.63 5.88 1.50 3. 35 7.13 .83 .88 .88 5.25 5.25 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 4.00 4.00 .83 4.00 1.63 4.63 1.50 1.50 I 30 5.25 .33 3.38 1.50 1.50 I. SO 4.63 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.53 4.63 1.50 7.13 Robert Cosln Same . . . Unknown . Same . . Same . . . Same . . . Same . - . . 9 . .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .13 .13 . .86 .83 .83 .88 See. 16-11-11. B-VI1.1.E 9.50 2.38 .25 12.13 10.25 9.63 8,33 Sprlmrllclrl 3 50 MORRIS ADDITION TO 1U.YTHF.V11.I.E 1.007 B 25 5.50 1.38 4.M 5.50 450 450 5.50 1.50 4 50 I.OO COSlPASVS SECOND AI>m T ION"Tf>- BLYTHKVII.LF. Mar, and Cr,«rle)'"6arroti; O. W. Swift Opal'and Harry Fisher Mrs. Ruth Essary. S'.i LOT. ll and S", Vf", LOl 12 . Ida Chafln K H. Ford Guy Cnlp Rcr'nnld s. Mclntosh S. B. Patton. W. 18 fl ;.. Same. E. «0 ft • Mrs O. Shonyo, S. 29 ft P. J. O'BRIF.N SUBDIVISION—P.I.YTKKMI.I.E Mrs. Mark Skelton 14 2 3.00 F. H Woll ? 19 2 3.00 J. W. OWES ADDITION TO BLYTHEVII.LE ^indiar.. Green PARK AI)nHloN ; - ro K. VTIIB¥lll .t' M . Jam,, K. •»- B ^J»«^. r H« ? «|5f 1 S u »i >1 v,i,o^-BLVll J Svit.l.K William Lon< ." 12 .1 3.50 .88 Geneva rmigrew 5 2 3.50 .88 (One Acre 1.01 of R. r»tlersoi» Subdivision) 1.00 1.38 1.13 1.13 1.38 .38 I 13 25 .75 .15 .25 1.50 .25 .25 25 25 .25 25 .25 .25 .2-1 .25 .25 .25, .25 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .8* 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 23 2.13 I Ni.ncy Malone • Rayfield Il vl5 h liosetla WlllU j Same HH.UV1.KY ADDITION TO I1I.YTHF.V1 1 4.6J , Charley Smith 19 2:'. 24 600 150 .25 7.75 ' Part West 279 ft. 4SC 1.13 25 5.38 RF.PUT OF i. T. PRIDF. ANT) GATEWAY '•'.E C. R .Davis 100 .25 .25 150 Mrs P. K. Harrll t 100 25 ,J5 150 , Charles Llpford. E. 50 ft 100 .25 25 I 50 I Veslcr Tliooks. W. 100 ft 100 .25 25 I 50 f R. D. Tavlor. E. 100 fl * 100 .55 .» I.M Chester Gallant. E. 50 ft I .Of) .25 .25 -I M W. J. rtorkers. T,. 500 fl 1.00 ,25 .25 I.SO Fred R. Smith, W. SO ft. of E 301.1 It.... 3,50 .39 .25 II 12 13 14 . 15 B 50 .13 oame ... 16 H .50 .13 N. H. ASILUIRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA Lcona Davis . .. 10 1 I.OO .25 Same II l 3.00 .75 Jennie Lee Wcatherfc-rd 12 .1 1.00 .25 same 13 r 1.00 .25 0. M. CAKRUTHERS ADDITION TO MANILA Anna McKennle 11 I 3.50 D. V, Wicker 14 I 4.50 IRREGULAR LOTS TOWN OF MANILA Llnnle and Sec. Twp. Rge. 4fX>' Myrlle Chappcll. LOI 5 NE'/, SE'/. 31 15 9 4.5O 1775 Dr. V. R. FOX. Lot IC9 X 210 ft. 400 I In Lot 10. SEVi NWi 31 15 9 I.OO 1 88 I ORIGINAL SURVEY TO MANILA . Masonic Ixrtge No. 588. sa ' N. 25 ft. of Lots 13 and 14 2 5.00 Pauline Shanks. N. 76 ft. Lots 37 and 38 4 4.50 O. P. Russell 207 16 3.00 Same. W'.i 208 l« 2.50 233 17 1.00 234 17 4.00 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO MANILA t 1 1.00 5 5 3.00 6 5 .50 SOUTHSIDE SUBDIVISION TO MANILA 5 88 L. O. Sales 22 3.50 ISO WEST END SUBDIVISION TO MANILA J. W. Dunn 6 4.50 400 W1I.LIFORD AND GARRISON ADDITION TO MANILA 400 J- L. McCormlck 5 2 4.50 1.13 .Same . . . 62 4.00 I.OO | JO ORIGINAL TOWS OF YARBRO Herbert Mtllllns I 2 5,50 7 75^ Same 4 2 s 6.00 ' Buford B. Flowcts. S. 26 ft I 4 4.00 4 S3 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN Or YARBHO 463 E. B. Lloyd. PI. SW,. NW «= of Bayou Jl 16 11 450 Tom Pentecost, Part SW'.i NEU Lot 9. Block I, 27 16 11 3.00 .25 .25 .25 .2.1 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .iS .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1 SO 7.13 R. I. Williams 5 25 ' Same 7.13 ' 583 . Catherine Denlon 5.33 ! Marjorle Edwards 7 13 i Same . . . ? '" ' ' O. sales 1.13 .25 1.25 1.13 .75 .63 .25 1.00 .25 .75 .13 .M 1.13 138 1.50 1.00 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 ,25 5.25 4.63 4 4 525 7.13 I.SO 7.13 5.88 1,50 .an .sa .88 .83 .83 .83 .83 I 50 4.00 1.50 1.50 463 5.83 «.S* 5f4 4.00 3.M I 50 525 l.SO 400 .SS SSK 5.25 7 13 775 515 .75 .25 4.00 4.R3 . , .......... . . . . Said persons and corporations and all others Interested In said lands are ,' SUBDIVISION TO Bl.YTUliVIl.l.K nereby notified that they aft required bv law to «pp««r and make defense to 24 E 350 88 25' 4 63 said stilt or the same will be tnken for confession and Judgment final will b« S H 350 B8 25 4 63 j entered directing the sale of wild lands for the purpo** of collecting a«ld delln- 3 '1,00 .50 .25 2.75 ! quent levee tftxes, together wltri the payment of Interest, penalty and co«w 10 joo !l5 25 400 '* "WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the .Chancery court of Mljslsslppl County. 11 - 1>KI .25 .25 1.50 Arkansas, this 10 day of March, 1948. A. D. „._,,,,- x,^»,,,« n ^ 1 ™ aa 25 4 SI ' HARVEY MORRIS. 13 i:so is is Ma • ch»n«nr conn ci.r».

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