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FRIDAY, 'APRIL 3, 1053 BLYTIIKVIU.E (AUK.) COURIER NEW3 TAGS MINI Early Treatment'Best For Cancer of (Editor note: This Is one of a series of articles prepared by medical experts for The Associated Press in co-operation with the American Cancer Society us an educational service during April, comers ave cured as against 70 per cent of the mixed group: for the tongue: 55 per cent ns against 28 per cent ; floor of mouth : 5 per cent conti'u: : :c;d wilh per, Eisenhower Foundation Plans Program KANSAS CITY M>| _ The FJsen- howcr Foundation, set tit) orlelnally ,, , ,,,,.„,, ,. « -- ! lo build a museum nl Abilene. Kim., except polish his clarinet. But heies , c|)Sed a llmUe(1 sct| wl(ll roscaum! I the president's bovhoocl home, plans By RICHARD KLEINER NICA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK (NBA) - The King hasn't been doing too much lately lers for perfection, five hours per side. average auoui ON T , (E CLASSICS: RCA lias re- ft. 1 tit; mucosa of cheek; (ii) per trenl cancer control month. Today's | as against 29 per cent; hard :tnd writer Is an attending surgeon at the Chief Head and Neck Service, Memorial Center, New York.) By HAYES MARTIN, M. D. If a mouth cancer Is no larger than a man's thumb the chances for permanent cure are twice as * good, in the average of, all cases, 1 as they are when the growth has exceeded these dimensions. That's the sum of new statistics based on experience at the Memorial Cancer Center in New York City. Although it has lonz been known both by the profession and the public that early comers for treatment have the best chance against the ravages of cancer, this has been a vagus' general statement of limited value because it did not answer the question: "What Is early?" Based on the "thumbnail" test, the following striking comparisons can be made between the chances of permanent cure of those who have gone to the doctor, who, in turn, has determined the nature of the growth and begun treatment, before the lesion has exceeded approximately 4-5ths of an inch in diameter, and the mixed group of early and late recipients of medical care: M Per Cent Cured For the lip:: 86 per cent of early soft palate: 57 per com against 31 per cent; gums: 38 per cent against 36 per cent; tonsil 40 per cent j i>.p on a new album. And. as an against 18 per cent. extra-added treat, he's building a The rcc-ponsibility, then, rests ,juml for a miuDii-wide concert tour first with the palient to visit .Hie : beginning April 15. Benny, looking move like a banker than a musician, tells all about It with a'contented smile. "Flic sale of those albums,' he n!d, referring to the Columbia re- happy news for all Benny Goodman COIlc | Uct i n g the NBC symphony, in f'tns. tt u n j lle O f Beethoven's symphonies. 'He's back making records. Not _ Tne great Cuban pianist, Jose single records yet—those may come, g^haniz, will make his U. S. record physician as toon us possible after the first symptom is noticed. Any sore in the mouth that does not heal in approximately 10 days, and any lump or area of thickening which develops within the mouth, are signs which call for prompt examination by a doctor. Actually, in many instances such findings indicate only some simple condition which can be easily treated and the fear that cancel- muy be present is often entirely relieved by competent, medical examination. It is the. responsibility of the doctor to make the diagnosis and begin treatment as soon as possible. In the case of a good patient combined with an alert doctor, the chances for permanent cure are excellent. On the other hand, if the doctor fails to institute treatment in the early stages, the chances for cure diminish. If the patient is slow in present- Ing himself for medical care, the doctor, no matter how skillful he may be, of necessity is greatly handicapped. (Tomorrow: Cancer of the cervix) Butter Pricing Self Out of Market-Ike WASHINGTON OP) — President Eisenhower says butter is pricing " itself out of the market, and unless there Is some change in the government price support program, he doesn't know what the solution is. The government is currently buying, at 67 2/3 cents a pound, about two million pounds a day, the President told his news conference, and some of its huge stock is getting close to the spoilage point. It's a crime against civilization to allow to spoil anything that could be used by someone, even if it had to be virtually given away. Eisenhower said. He added he couldn't imagine anything worse than to de- s^'/oy it when people are hungry. Secretary of Agriculture Benson, AV'.JO has announced he will continue 1o support prices of dairy roducts at present levels for another year. Is c.'Trently meeting with dairy indus- J- ~ representatives in an effort to EClve an over-production .problem. Lucky Seven The ancients regarded the number seven as lucky becauss they counted seven sacred planets, seven days in Creation, seven days in the- week, seven divisions In the Lord's Prayer,.and seven ages of man. School Teacher Given Dose of Own Medicine CHESAPEAKE, O. (ff>) — Mayor Jake Smith figures it was poetic justice. As village magistrate, his honor had before him a woman charged with a traffic violation. He recognized her as one of his former school teachers. On her plea of guilty, Mayor Smith said: "I sentence you to etiher pay 85 or write on a piece of paper 'I shall not cross the yellow line* 200 times." "I'll pay the five dollars," the teacher said. Sore Feet Bother Dancing Elephant ST. LOUIS W»—Sore feet are a bigger problem for Honey than for most dancing girls. Foam rubber shoe soles haven't helped. She's rather hefty for a dancer and she's been standing around all winter on concrete floors. The show starts soon but her director, George P. Vierheller, believes continued medication and some outdoor walks—barefoot—will put her feet btvck in shape for her dancing part in the St. Loui.s Zoo's summer elephant shows. but at the moment he's concemrat- detmt on Westminister, with Gran ados' "Twelve Spanish DanM's." The English version of "La Boheme," which was so successful over "Omnibus," is a natural for an album. DICK'S PiCKS POP SINGLES: "Walkln 1 and Wond'rin'" (Guy Mitchell Columbia); "Sweet Thing" (Dinah Shore, RCA): "Somebody Stole My Gal" (Johnnie Ray, Columbia); "Oh, Jimmy, Jimmy" (Jane Tursey, Decca); "Let Me Know" 'Richard Hayes, Mercury); "He Who has Love" (The Pour Lads, Columbia). POP ALBUMS: "Arthur Godfrey's TV Calendar Show" (Columbia), a song for each month, Codfreylsh listenin*; "Ellington Uptown" iColumbia)' the old Duke with new window-dressing; "Hank Williams Memorial Album" (MOM), top numbers waxed by the late star. CLASSICAL: Brahms' Symphony No. 2. ill D. Op. 73 (Tos-. canini and NBC. Symphony, Victor), rich rendition; Famous Operatic Arias (Baritone Aldo Protti and bass Fernando Corena. London), fine excernbs from Trovatore. Pagliacci, others; Strauss' "Voices of Spring" and "Tales From the Vienna Woods" I Decca), delightful waltzes with Wilma Lipp and a zither. leases of his Carnegie Hall concerts, "was fabulous. They provided the stimulus to go backV This new Goodman band is mostly old hands. Gene Krupa, Teddy Wikon. Charley Shavers, Qeorgie Auld, vocalist Helen Ward. Helen was BG's original singer back In '35. Mostly they'll play Goodman classics like "Pne O'clock Jump." Goodmaniacs will be happv to learn that four sides were cut one dark night recently, and the word is out that it was "quite a session." It's a Fletcher. Henderson memorial album, with all his arrangements, some never before recorded. It's like old times. Save your dough. THE POPULAR SIDE: Goodman, on why there aren't many young instrumentalists around nowadays: "As soon as R kid gets a horn, he wants to be a leader." . . . MOM will issue the highlights from the new movie, "I Love Mch'in," with songs by Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds. . . . Most recording companies like to have artists cut a couple of sides in an hour's session, but the Sauter-Finnegan band stick- Troopship Becomes Nightclub As Stars Entertain Korea GIs By ED CURTIS NEW YORK tin— Broadway stars turned a troopship into a night club last night to welcome home the first 1.923 Korean veterans to reach an East Coast port. The Navy troopship, the Gen. William Weigel, also carried 315 veterans of other Par East service. Tha all-night show began soon after ,the ship dropped anchor hi to launch an Americanism program In eleme'.ittu-y and htgli schools. Qov. Edward P. Arn of Kansas, chairman of the foundation's finance committee, disclosed the plan at. a trustees' meeting here last night. "AlthoiiRh (he program is not. yet outlined." Arn said, "its purpose would be to get down and tell what Americanism really means." Arn said tlip foundation already has spent .$130,000 on the Abilene museum bulling which should be finished within the next two months, but needs $90,000 to complete it. Trustees agreed that before launching the Americanism program. President Eisenhower Would be asked for his opinion on the selection of educators and other nationally prominent persons to administer it. UTTLC LIZ— Too much dancing con affect the hear! — ond sitting out too many Isn't good for it either. ww ; Firemen Admits Setting Fires ALLIANCE, G. m — Police today held a volunteer fireman who admitted he started seven small fires just so he could drive the department's new fire engine. Harold R. Haas, 24, was held under $5,000 bail for grand jury action after pleading guilty In Municipal Court. Six of the blazes were grass fires and the other caused $500 damage to a barn. Haas drove the shiny new fire truck to all the fires and helped put them out. Noisy Traffic Signals Stilled BELGRADE. Yugoslavia i.<P) — AI it was hpnk-honk-honk and again | sound signals at all intersections. Lnvt.'s honked once to go ancad. twice lor a right turn and three times for a left. turn. For a 0-turn strange silence is settling over Belgrade and other Yugoslav cities. An old traffic law. enforced by on-the-spot police fines, required honk-honk-honk. A government decree now proclaims that hand signals only are required. Unknown 21 Kvuleuu Terry 32 Unknown , 27 Unknown 28 Ada Bell Hamilton 29 Willie Rantie 30 Beatrice Smith Golhs 24 1 1.00 2.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Ola Gates Same 2 George Gates 4 Same 5 James Jones 6 Geo. Stringer ' 1 Willie Wells 13 Irregular Lots in Town of Blythevllle R. V. Gean Lot 0 In S',» NE'4 15-15-11 Lot 1.00 Same Lot D in S'.i NEV, 15-15-11 Lot 1.00 Larry's Fourth Addition to Blythevllle Johnnie Johnson 7 .50 Grace and Josephine Murphy 77 1.00 Larry's Fifth Addition to Blytheville Emma Lee and James Jr. Bobbins 7 Mate Daniels Addition to Blythevllle Unknown Eli 1 1 .50 Ernest Brooks 8 1 3.50 Same .....10 1 l.oo Morris Addition to Blythevllle Opal and Harry Fisher 7 B 8.00 P. J. O'Briend Subdivision to Blytheville Ollie Mills 4 2 4.50 Orlslnal Survey to Blytheville Larry Davis E. 75 ft. 25 7.50 J. W. Owen Addition to Blythevllle Arealla Bowie 11 3.00 Park Addition to Blytheville James D. Bracken 2 1 5.50 Rebecca Patterson Subdivision — Blythevllle Clyde and Eva Soward B'.u of W 2/3 of Lots 2, 3 and 6 2 5.50 1 At'.i-K Lots of Subdivision Ollie Harris N. 50 ft. of S. 100 ft. of E. 100 ft. of E'i of Lot 3 3.00 .25 .83 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .28 .25 .13 .25 1.00 .25 .13 1.13 1.88 .25 M .25 31 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .75 .25 1.38 .25 .25 .75 .25 Second Replat of J. P. Pride and Gateway Subdivision to Blytheville Cleo Wren him. The men from Korea loved the show. And the Broadwayites loved them. The veterans were a wildly j enthusiastic audience. I. Ed Sullivan, columnist and tele- [ vision master of ceremonies, directed the main show. It included such stars as French songstress Lucienne Boyer, pianist- humorist Victor Borge, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson, Cab Callo- IN THE CHANCER* COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNT*. ARKANSAS CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OP DIRECTORS. ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT.: PLAINTIFF vs. No. 12349 FLOYD DENSMORE, ET AL, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, I TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEPENDANTS M NOTICE The following named persons and corporations and all others having or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands are hereby notified that suit is pending in the Chancery Court of Chlcka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of Levee Taxes, for the year 1952. on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed owners' lands being set opposite his or Its name respectively, together with the amount due severally from each: "i . I Name •** '-3 «* • 15 12 20 14 2 11 43. C D E G M N 6.50 4.50 5.50 4.00 4.50 3.50 4.50 II Township Fourteen (14) North, Range Nine (9) East Floyd Densmore 15 acres off S. side of SW',.4 NE',1... ....... 26 15 $3.75 $.94 Township Fourteen (14} North, Range Ten (10- East O. C. Croney SE',4 SE',1 ............ 21 40 10.00 2.50 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eight (8) East M. E. Staudenmeyer SE',.1 SE',1 .......... 2 40 10.00 2.50 Same NE','i SE',4 .......... 2 40 10.00 2.50 Bill and Mary Lampton S. 70 ft. SE',.1 NW'.i, E. of Honey Cypress Slaugh 5 Lot the lower harbor within sight of way comedian Tom Ewell, Vanes- M E Staudenmeyer SW',4 NE Hit, -Qfnfiin nf T.il-lprtl, Tho r?pn „ * .- .. ... - . . r-, _ J _ . the Statue of Liberty. The Gen. Weigel will dock in Brooklyn today. The all-night show was put together to beep the veterans from mooning too much over the New York skyline—so near, but s.till hours away 'for them. It was the city's biggest troop welcome since World War II. The show ran almost continuously until dawn. Sometimes, it was going on in several places on the ship because of cramped quarters. The vets had wolf whistles for the singers and actresses who came aboard. "Man, I haven't seen a woman like that for 20 months," grinned one sergeant. There were a lot more like I Read courier News Classified Ads sa Brown, Martini Wright, George Britton and others. Some of the show folks arrived after midnight on tugboats after doing their regular Broadway shows. Billy Kenny of the Ink Spots and Snub Mosley and his "real gone and cool" musical combo arrived early, and kept plugging away. The homecoming vets are from 31 states and the District of Columbia. Most of them live east of the Mississippi, with a few from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and New Mexico. They left Yokohama March 6, coming here by way of the Panama Canal. 3.00 10.00 10.00 1.00 .75 2.50 2.50 .25 t .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 JJb VENUS CLEANS, POLISHES, WAXES MP£ OFF- CAR Just wipe VENUS on. VENUS' own life cleaning agent* remove dull film «nd grime quickly, easily, yet gently. No rough abrasives! Already, your job is half done! VENUS polishes easier than any wax you've ever tried! Just wipe lightly, and VENUS becomes a sparkling, lustrous finish. VENUS gives diamond bright, lasting wax protection! Gat VENUS from your dealer today! SERVICE STATIONS • AUTO SUPPLY STORES • GARAGE A |W«4uct *f R. M. Holllngih.ad Corp. • Ltmlar In Malnlwtanc* Chtmkdll 40 Same NEU NEU 9 40 Frank Barnes Lot 3 NE',4 NWU 16 Lot Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Nine (9) East M. J. McCann Lot 5 SW',4 NWU 32 Lot 3.00 .78 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Ten (10) EM( W. E. Cannon Estate SE',4 SW'/i 28 40 10.00 2.50 Melcon Wells W'.i SE'.i SW',4 32 20 5.00 1.25 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven (11) East C. C. Thompson N. 75 ft. of E. ISO ft, S'.i Lot 4 of E. 14 acres.of NE'i SWU 10 Lot 1.50 .38 .25 Hester Hite E. 150 ft. of S. 50 ft. of NWU SW',4 16 Lot 3.50 .88 .35 Dr. N. G. Jerome E. 206 ft. of 8. 152.52 ft. of N. 808.54 ft. S. of By. & W. of Highway, NE'i SW',4 16 Lot 9.00 2.35 .25 Allison Addition to Blythevllle Lot Block Lucile E. Tinman 8 1 3.50 .«» Mary Doimeson N. 40 ft. 1 3 3.50 .88 D. C. Jefferson 2 4 3.50 .88 Thomas Gardner 10 5 3.50 .88 Mary Harris 3 7 3.00 .75 Sum Barnes Subdivision to Blythevllle T. E. Parkhurst S. 40 ft. of N. 100 ft. 2 3.50 .88 D. A. Smith S. 60 ft. 1 3.50 .88 C. E. Cooper 12 3.50 .88 Opal Taylor 15 3.50 .88 liar run & Lilly Addition to Blythevllle James V. Burton 7 D 4.50 1.13 .25 Brawley Addition to Blythevllle Jerry Cole 20 1 4.50 1.1! .35 Willie Holllway 21 2 4.00 1.00 .25 E. M. Bryan Addition to Blythevllle Eddie R. Anderson 21 5 1.00 .25 .25 Rugs Colored Addition to Blythevllle Sarah McMorris 2 5.50 1.38 .25 Bugg Addition to Blythevllle Mrs. M. G. Ingram 6 11 7.50 1.88 .25 J. P. Rambo .., 3 12 3.00 .75 .25 Vettvus Davidson 6 14 .50 .13 .25 Hallie Tripp , 1 15 5.50 1.38 .25 H. H. Baxter Zelda Dlldy -Curtis Mison Paul Shipley James A. Green S. 50 ft AH Jones E. 175 ft. Kdvvin Robinson Addition to Blytheville Amelia Williams 6 10 4.50 W. H. Wades 8 11 1.00 Simian L. White 2 13 4.50 Ruddle lleisbts Addition to Blytheville Nichols 14 2 6.50 Same 15 2 6.50 Thompson's Addition to Blytheville C. C. Thompson 1 1.00 Vick's Subdivision — Blytheville Mrs. Mary Morse East Justus 1 , 3.00 John B. Walker Subdivision to Blythevllle Virgil Boyd 4 . A 11.50 West End Subdivision — Blytheville Viola Jones 24 1 3.50 West Gate Addition to Blylheville J. B. Garrison 4 B 4.50 Wilson's First Addition to Blylheville 1.63 1.13 1.38 1.00 1.13 .88 1.13 1.13 .25 1.13 1.63 1.63 1.13 Chicago Mill & Lumber Company's Third Addition to Blythevllle J. J. Oxford 3 2 3.50 Vettrus Davidson 3 3 3.50 Mrs. Fay Horncr E',4 4 5 .50 Ed B. Cook Subdivision to Blylheville Ed B. Cook 10 A .50 Unknown 12 A .50 Will Cowley 14 A .50 Ed B. Cook 16 A .50 Cook A, Wilson Addition to Brvlheville C. W. Wilson S. 30 ft. 3 4.50 Country Club Drive Addition to Blytbevllle Clifford C. Rolton 1 4 1.50 David Acres — BlyUitvllle Irvin E. Bnrgcr 7 4 8.50 Hershel L. Croft 19 8 9.00 Davis Third Addition to Blythpvllle J. C. Frnzicr 10 2 4.00 3ame 11 2 4.00 Elliott Addition to Blythevllle Raul Atkins 6 1 1.50 Oliie Wilkins 10 5 1.50 Same ", 11 5 1.50 Con and E'llivn Epperson 4 7 5.50 Addle. MIIP Shields 3 8 1.00 •luden Saundcrs 15 8 1.00 Terrell Jones 4 10 1.00 Addition to Blythevllle Arbell SuUMflfld 14 1 7.50 Marie Thompson 2 3 1.00 Essie Walls 3 2 3.00 Christine Tremble 10 3 3.50 Same 11 3 1,00 Greenwood Addition to Blylheville Stim Mclntosh 8 1 1.00 Same 9 1 1.00 Meant Second Addition to Blythevllle Blake Polly 21 B 9.00 Same : N'.i 22 B 1.50 llollandale Addition to Blytheville Unknown 18 C 1,00 Mollipetcr * Slionyo Addition to Blytheville Htieddle Auction 10 1 3.50 Tilda McCllsh -IB 1 2.50 Kinnin Mullins 13 3 2,50 Lee Alford Wootlnnl 7 6 4,00 W. W. llolllpelcr Second Addition to RlyUierllle .88 .88 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 1.13 2.13 2.2S 1.00 1.00 .38 ,.38 .38 1.38 .25 .25 .25 188 .25 .75 .88 .25 .25 .25 2.25 .38 M. E. Staudenmeyer N'.i S'.i S',4 5 A Same N!i N',i 5 A Same S'.i S',i S'4 5 A Same N'i N'.i 6 A Second Park Addition to Leachvllle C. B. and Wllina Shearer 19 Same 20 Smith's Addition to .Lcachyille Van and Elmer Smiley W'.i Lots 31 and 32 A • 25 '| Same W'.i Lots 33 and 34 A H. A. Ashby 21 B •25 | Same 22 B •25 [ Ezra Butler W, 40 ft. of E. • 25 ! ,113 ft. of Lots 29 and 30 C • 25 jJ. W. Buck 8 G Same 9 G •25 Frank Barnes W. 60 ft. of Lots 15 and 16 I Staudenmeyer Addition to Lcacfivillc Mrs. Annie Gabbard N',i 9 B Dellie and Nellie Myracle 3 C JJrn Holinseed 6 C Leila Sliiudeninnyer Addition to Leachvi Leila B. Staudenmeyer 3 Irregular Lots in Town of Manila Grant Bishop ...Lot IB NE'.', NW',4 31-15-9 Lot Original Survey to Manila Luler Riley 8 1 Mrs. Moggie Billings 28 3 .25 .25! .25! .25 9.50 16.50 9.50 1.00 3.50 5.50 4.00 4.00 3.00 2.50 3.50 1.00 4.00 3.50 3.50 6.00 6.00 2.38 4.13 2.38 .25 1.38 1.00 1.00 .75 .63 .25 •1.00 .88 1.50 1.50 1.50 .38 3.00 .75 •25 : Odie B. Smothers .25 i .25 ' .227 17 Parkview Addition to Manila James H. Ray N. 44 ft. of 1 1 • 2S j Jesse Gordon 13 s ! Same 14 5 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 3.50 2.50 3.00 11.50 1.00 4.50 .63 .75 2.88 .25 1.13 Sloan'j Subdivision of NEM NK'/i E. of fly. 36-15-8, Manila Paul J. Roberts 1 3.00 .75 Arch Qlisson 3 A 3.50 .88 G. A. Murdsugh, Jr., S. 120 ft. of E. 4,15 ft. 6 B 3.50 .88 Sloan's Subdivlilon of H'!i NW',i N. of Ky. 31-15-0, Manila Clarence Melton Lot 10 D NW'4 NWU 3.00 .75 Wllllford It Garrison Addition to Manila Viola Seal 1.00 .25 .25 Mary Anderson ^'Titte Same iii'Vl Sunders .'ijmi- . Viola King Oco. Johnson .. 1 17 18 1 8 Wi'llum r.arde ,,. iq T. w. Thompson IS 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.50 .63 1.00 .25 .25 .25 •15 .25 1.00 1,00 1.00 .93 . .25 .* .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .26 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .25 . .25 .75 .25 2.88 .25 Clarence Burch 8 1 4.50 1.13 Same 9 1 4.00 1.00 C. L. Lucius 21 1 5.50 1.38 George Tennle 8 2 4.00 1.00 Icy Pearson 24 5 1.00 .25 Clorene Jackson 3 B 1.00 .25 Richard Palmer S 6 4.00 1.00 Richard Robinson 12 8 1.00 .25 Henry Pryor 7 9 1.00 .25 Wilson's Third Addition to Blytheville Hazel Presley 10 5 3.50 .88 Unknown 19 6 1.50 .38 Original Survey to Dell R. D. Hardln 8 B ^O D. D. Flippill 3 E 7.50 It. L. Hays Addition to Leac,hvill* H. A. Anthony 1 3 5.50 Victoria Justus W. 50 ft. 4 4 3.50 Elmer Smiley 5 5 4.00 Hooker Addition to Leachvllle L. E. Towell 6 6.50 Same 7 4.00 Irregular Lots In. Town of Leachvllle J. D. Heathcock Lot 8 In SW>4 NEU 8-15-8 .Lot 8.50 Unknown Lot 12 NE',4 SWU Irregular Lots In E'/i NVI'/t NE'/i Frank Barnes Lot, 2 of E'.i NW'/i NE',4 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 1.38 H. V. Smith Lot 4 of E'.i NWU NE',4 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 1.38 Zibe Thornton Lot5of E',i NW',4 NEU 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 1.38 Robt. Green Lot 6 of E',-1 NWU NEU 17-15-8 Lot 6.50 1.38 Sanford and Annnle Ashley S',i Lot 7 of Eli NW 1 /, NE',4 17-15-8 Lot 2.50 .63 A. A. Reddell Lgt 13 of E'.i NWU NEU 17-15-8 Lot 3.00 .75 .25 James Raleigh Adkcrson Lot 19 of E'i NWU NE'I 17-15-8 Lot 3.00 .75 .25 Lois Barnes Lot 21 ol E',i NWU NEU 17-15-8 Lot 2.50 .63 .25 Jas. A. Anthony S'-i Lot 29 of E'.i NW.U NEU 17-15-8 Lot 3.00 .75 .25 Tom Barnes Lot 36 of E'.i NWU NEU 17-15-8 Lot 4.50 1.13 .25 Matthew's First Addition to Leachville T. F. Glllim 11 2 4.00 1.00 .25 Matthew's Second Addition to Leachvflle Frank Barnes N',i 4-C 4 3.50 .88 .25 Matthews Third Addition to Lcaohville Howard and Martha Selby 4 3.00 .75 .25 Nelson's First Addition to Lcachvllle 1.13 1.88 1.00 1.38 1.00 1.83 8-15-8 Lot 1.00 .25 of Sec. 17-15-8, I.eachville .2! .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .25 .25 .25 .29 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 .* .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .23 .29 8 1 Original Town of Varbro Haney and Bessie Pollard 8 2 4.50 1.13 .25 Irregular Lots In Town of Varbro Mary Alice Bunch W. 220 ft. of E. 260 ft. of S. 99 ft. of N. 683 (t. NE'.i NWU 27-16-11 Lot 1.00 .25 M J. C. Whittle Lot 2 S\V U NE',4 S. of Bayou 27-16-11 Lot 4.00 1.00 .25 Said persons and corporations and all others Interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear and make defense to said suit or the sapie will be taken,,'or confessed and Judgment final will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting sold delinquent Lnvcc Taxes, together with the payment of Interest, penally and costs allowed by law. WITNES8 my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, IhU the llth day of March, 1953. A.D. OERALDINE LISTON (Seal) Chancery Court Clerk.

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