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TWBtTB BLTTHEVTLLI (ARK.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER It, 19M Ailing Jap Mother Has Her Faith Renewed by 1,000 Letters from US By FRED 8AITO TOKYO (AP) — An ailing young Japanese mother has received a thousand letters from America. The woman, on a tuberculosis sickbed, has written letters urging peace and mternation al good will to the United States, Russia and Red China. She was swamped with American "I still believe In the possibility Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12:31 quotation*) Open High Low Close Dec 3406 3417 3406 3412 Mch 3436 3455 3436 3446 May 3450 3471 3450 3464 July 3452 3468 3452 3461 New Orleans Cotton Open HlKh Low Close Dec 3410 3421 3410 3415 Mch 3439 3453 3439 3448 May 3453 3471 3453 3462 July 3453 3470 3453 3460 Chicago Soybeans Nov ... 283 3 ,; 284^ 281 3 4 282'!! Jan ... 284 3 ,i 2863s 283H4 284 VI Mch ... 288% 288 3 .i 286 286H May ... 289% 289% 2S7'/,, 287^ Chicago Corn eDo ... 157 1571/s Mch ... 160% 160% Chicago Wheat Dec ... 227'/ B 227H Mch ... 229% 230 156% 160% 226V4 228% 156% 160% 229 y t New York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca! Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward K Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Stud-Pack Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears D S Steel .. 174 1-4 .. 58 3-4 .. 44 7-8 .. 92 .. 63 5-8 .. 112 .. 44 7,8 .. 92 1-2 .. 71 3-8 .. 22 7-B ., 37 .'. C8 .. 36 7-8 .. 47 .. 11 .. 100 5-8 .. 86 1-2 .. 77 5-8 .. 63 6ou Pac 403-4 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. UI(USDA) — Hogs 8,000; fairly active but later slow; 25-50 higher; bulk choice 100-220 lo 20.00-50; 150180 Ib 20.50-21.00, latter for 150-170 Ib and choice No. 1 and 2 around 180-180 Ib; 230-250 Ib 18.25-75; few 20.00; 260-280 Ib 18.75-10.25; sows 400 Ib down 17.75-18.25; heavier sows 16.00-17.50; boars 13.00-15.00 Cattle 700, calves 400; steers and heifers, largely commercial and good individuals Hi.00-20.00; cows iinding good demand at yesterday's upturn; utility and commercial 8.50-12.00; canners and cutters 6.00-8.50; bulls unchanged; utility and commercial 11.00-13.00; canncr and cutter bulls 8.00-10.50; vonlert steady with yesterday, or l.QO higher than Wednesday; few prime 26.00; good and choice 18.00-24.00. commercial and low good 12.00 17.00; slaughter calves finding improved demand and showing uneven strength in price; commercial and good 12.00-16.00; utility and low commercial 9.00-11.00. CONGRESS Continued from Page 1 lation flint the government car take over ownership. of the We-; 1 Memphis plant at any time within three years alter the contract goe.- into effect. Nichils testified Ihe recapture clause WM "most distasteful" to Dixon-Yates but said it wn.s adopted to give the next two Congresses a chance to pass judgment on the contract. Yesterday a letter from Dixon- Yates, given to the committee by AEC, said either party may cal 1 off the contract without cost il the required Securities and Exchange CimmLssion (SEC) approval of the company's financing arrangements has not been granted by Feb. 15. Sen. Gore (D-Tenn). who opposes ihe projcsi, said ihis washes out the administration contention that the commit fee should act quickly on the contract. The committee by law is given 30 days ot regular congressional session in which tl review the contract before it can go into effect. The 30-day rule, unless the committee waives it as requested, could put off the effective date until Feb. 5. The five-man AEC said all thre< of its members present at a meet ing yesterday voted to approve the modified contract .The three were Strauss, Thomas E. Murray and Joseph Campbell. A fourth commissioner, Willard F. Libby, was described as indicaing his appro- : val before leaving Washineton. The , remaining seat or the five-man commlsslin is vacant, although Dr. John Von Neumann has been nominated to the. post. Murray, who originally opposed the contract, testified yesterday the changes were in line with his major recommendatioas and thai ! he now feels "it is in the public i interest to sign it," He said, the three-year government recapture I clause is especially important. ] It was not apparent from 1m- i mediate committee reactiln whether the contract modifications would change any votes. The group turned down by a 10-8 party-line vote a Democratic move on Tuesday to shelve the project until *ft*r tbt new Oongreac cofivatwi, answers, but has yet to hear a word from the Reds. Three months ago, Mrs. Chizu Tomiznwa, 25, wrote 48 letters to leading American newspapers in each state, asking- to exchange letters with Americans, No Hate "Japanese newspapers were attacking the United States in r tion to the H-bomb tests in the Pacific which hurt some of our fishermen," she said. "But I wanted to believe in the gold will of Americans ... A person who may die soon ought not to hate anyone. Young Japanese students, impressed at the 1,000 replies she- received, wrote similar letters lo Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Another thousand letters came quickly. 150 Letter* More than a month ago, Mrs. Tomissfiwu wrote 150 letters to Russian and Red Chinese newspapers and organizations. She has yet to redeive n single reply. In letters to both free and Com muriist countries asked lor individual opinions on atomic tests. Traffic Mishaps Reported Two traffic mishaps occurred in Blytheville yesterday causing some property damage but no injuries to persons involved, according to police reports. Mrs. Nell Paught and Hall Stanfill had a traffic mishap yesterday afternoon at First and Main Streets causing some damage to both cars While Orkell Orr and James Willie Lee were Involved in an accident last night nt Walls and Knowlcs Streets causing some damage to both vehicles. Bonds Forfeited Two bonds of $10 each were forfeited in Municipal Court today on charges of speeding. Those forfeiting bonds were Mrs. Utho Burnes and Alonzo King ot keeping good friendship with all these nations," Mrs. Tomlzawa said. "The Americans have proved they have the same faith . , I still hope the people in ih'e Communist nations will write me." She said about 800 American letters came from housewives, and hfllf of them apologized for dama caused by the H-bomb tests. More tlmn 100 Tokyo students tire busy helping her draft the replies. She said about 50 letters from the United States "suspected a motive and wrote words of insult." "But the others encouraged me so much, I feel I am getting well." 'ith the Courts CIRCUIT — (Civil)—Mrs. Ruth Mahan Turner vs. Ray Lang, L. C. Smallwood, $2500 automobile accident damages. J. D. Young. Evel! Young, H. L. Howuvd, et al, vs. Ferry-Morse Seed Co., $150 damages on seed. Joe Whisenhunt Makes A & M Honor Roll Joe D. Whisenhunt of Blytheville is one of the 10G students at Arkansas \ & M College who have been named on the school's honor roll for the first six weeks period for maintaining a "B" or better grade average. He Is a freshman, majoring in forestry. Conference Here Blytheville will be the site next week for the Northeast Arkansas annual conference of AME churches. The conference will convene Nov. 10-21 with Enoch Chapel AME Church here. Rev. C. Franklin is liost pastor and Rev. W. M. H. Quinii will be host presiding elder. McCarthy Cries At His Rally Faithful Flock To See Joe Weep And Pledge Fight By DONALD SANDERS WASHINGTON I/PI A tearful Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy told more than 3,500 cheering and whistling adherents last night that his campaign agnlnst communism will "go in and on and on." That will be so. he said, regardless of the outcome of Senate consideration of a move f.o censure him—a debate he said "makes me sick way down deep Inside." McCarthy and his wife Jean made an unannounced appearance at a rally in Constitution Hall attended largely by self - styled "aggressive McCarthyites" who had come here from New York, Boston and other cities to urge their senators to vole against censure of the Wisconsin Republican. "Victims" McCarthy devoted most of his brief talk to American policy on American servicemen still held by the Chinese Communists, addressing directly a group of wives and mothers who were seated on the stage In black garb. "You are the victims of a massive appeasement, one that has been going an year after year and that knows no political bounds," he said. His voice broke and tears appeared In his eyes'. Some of the women wept openly. McCarthy was presented a plaque for "fearless persistence in battling the enemies of our country" by the rally coordinator, Rabbi Benjamin Schultz of New York City. It was Schultz who said the rally was staged, by "aggressive McCarthyites" who, he said, paid their own way to the capital. Wclkcr described the pending resolution to censure McCarthy as "dirty work. . .foul play." He predicted that If McCarthy is censured by the Senate, a strong campaign will be launched to seat Red China In the United Nations. Among those introduced at the rally were Senators Mundt (R-SD) and Ooldwntcr (H-Ariz), Rep. B«s- Ijcy (R-I11), former Sen. Burton K. Wheeler of Montana, former Rep. Hamilton Pish of New York and Columnist Westbrook Pegler . MEAD'S 111 MAIN ITHIII SALE OF SOX All full Length Styles Ribbed Cottons • Nylons Rayons • Nylons & Rayons All Nationally Advertised PRICE MCCARTHY Continued from Page 1 Hendrickson after the New Jersey senator Joined In the unanimous report In the elections subcommittee, which raised numerous questions about McCarthy's financial affairs, saying It could not answer them because he refused to testify. "Good Friends" To the feeler advanced by Case that he might apologie, McCarthy said only that "as far as Bob Hendrickson is concerned, I like Bob. We're good friends." Case, In his speech to the Senate ye.sterday, contended that McCarthy' "abuse" of Hendrickson and other members of the elections subcommittee obstructed the legislative process and warranted censure. But he said the record "Is not yet closed" and expressed hope that McCarthy would give "calm and reflective consideration" to his suggestions. The day's debate wound up, however, with McCarthy renewing his accusations that the elections subcommittee had acted illegally and impriperly and complaining that Watkln.s refused to let him bring out evidence to that effect at the censure group's hearings. As McCarthy challenged the select committee's procedures, Watkins exclaimed in exasperation: "I wonder sometimes if I'm on trial." He said McCarthy always manages to turn trials of himself into trials of somebody else. Prejudice Charged McCarthy has accused Watkins and two other members of the censure committee. Senators Ervin (D-NC) and Edwin C. Johnson <D-Colo), of being prejudiced against him. All three have denied it. Many of those listening to the debate yesterday were members of pro-McCarthy cavalcades who journeyed to the capital from New York, Boston and other cities to urge their senators to vote against censure. More than 3,500 of them gathered at a rally In Constitution Hall last night and heard Sen. Welker (R- Idaho), the principal speaker, describe McCarthy as "one of the greatest living foes of Communist slavery." Welker said McCarthy had "brought the country to its senses" but was "rewarded" with the censure move. "On and On," In a brief talk at the rally, McCarthy said the censure action "makes me sick way down deep inside," but he said whatever the outcome, his campaign against communism will "go on and on Obituary Snow Services Are Conducted Services for George Eldrldge Snow 49, who died yesterday at his home In Double Bridges Community, were conducted today at 2 p. m. at Cobb Funeral home Chapel by the Rev. W. L. Vaughn, pastor ol Luxora Church of Christ. He Is survived by his father, Henry Joe Snow of Burdette; his wife, Mrs. Betty Sue Snow; two sons, John A. Snow of Memphis, Larry Joe Snow of Luxora; three daughters, Mrs. Mamie Louise Bryeans of Luxora, Barbara Elaine and Diana Sue Snow of Luxora; three sisters, Mrs. Ivory McDonald of Harrisburg, 111., Mrs. W. B. Howard of Memphis. Mrs. C. O. Foil of Shreveport. La., a brother, Ezra Snow of Chicago, 111. Member Debate Team Dan Atkins of Blylheville is a member of the senior debate team at Ouachita College, which opened its season today by participating with 11 other colleges in an invitational tournament at Louisiana Polytechnic Institute at Euston, La. and on." i Case, the principal speaker in the Senate yesterday, .maintained that McCarthy had abused, the elections subcommittee- and so was obstructive of the legislative process and deserving of censure. He cited letters McCarthy wrote to the chairman of the subcommittee .accusing it of "stealing the taxpayers dollars" and saying he did "not expect an honest report" from it. A part of this abuse too, Case said, was McCarthy's "no-brains- no-guts" descriptiin of Hendrickson. Case said this remark was "a slander In any state . . . and utterly unworthy of a senator when speaking of the official action of a. conscientious and respected member of this body." The basis for believing that such action by McCarthy constituted "a proper basis for censure," Case said, can be found in a brief submitted by McCarthy's own lawyer, Edward B. Williams. Williams' brief, he noted,'held that the test in a cintempt or censure case is whether the conduct of a senator obstructs or endangers the legislative process. He said Williams arjued that McCarthy's words "could not and did not obstruct the legislative function," but Case disagreed. H«hry B«rry . 4 10 Elliott Addition To Blytbfvllle 1.50 1.80 1.50 150 1.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO Paul Atkins .............................. 8 1 Addle Andrews .. ........................ 1« » Walter Lee Randolph .................... 5 1 Ollle Wi!kln« ............................ 10 5 Same .................................... 11 5 Addle Mae Shields ....................... 3 8 Carrie B. Wilson ........................ 10 10 O. S. RolHson ............................ 13 11 Same .................................... 14 11 Same .................................... 14 12 Gosnsll Estate Subdivision To BJythevllte W. D. Hammond E. 62% ft. of ............ 12 2 10.00 Greenwood Addition To BIylhevllle Eddie L. Franklin ........................ 22 • 1 3.50 Same .................................... 23 1 1.00 Hearn Second Addition To Blytheville Blake Polly ........................ 21 B 6.50 Same N!4 ............................. 22 B 1.00 Highland Place Addition to Blytheville Harold A. Jones ......................... 11 2 6.50 Hollandalt Addition to Blytheville Mrs. Georgia Cohea ., ............... Eli S C 2.50 Holllpeter and Shonyo Addition to Blytheville Emma Mullins .......................... 13 3 2.50 Cornelia Tombs ......................... H < 1.00 .M .M .>» .38 M .35 .35 .25 .25 .» M .» .» M .25 .35 .55 .» .M .* 2,50 .25 .88 .25 1.63 .25 .25 .25 .25 .V 1.63 .25 .63 .35 W. W. Hollipeter Second Addition to Blytheville .63 .35 ' ,25 .25 .25 .25 .88 .25 .25 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .88 .88 .75 1.00 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Troy Beauregard 2 2 1.00 Hal Tate 18 2 1.00 Corrine Johnson 11 3 1.00 Same ' 18 3 1.00 Lazarus White 9 5 3.50 Van and Sarah Grant 22 5 1.00 Oscar Clark 5 6 1.00 John Parker 22 8 4.50 James Jones 6 9 1.00 Johnnie B. Conner 19 9 1.00 Mary Alice Barnes 20 9 1.00 Willie Wells 13 10 1.00 James R. Taylor 16 10 3.50 Jim But 28 10 3.50 Same 29 10 3.00 Same 30 10 4.00 Irregular Lots (n Town of Blytheville James R. Deal E. 3 Acres Lot 9 in E'& W',i W',4 SB'/S 9-15-11 ' Lot 4.50 1.13 .2! Larry Addition to Blytheville John Ford 8 3.50 .88 Same 9 1.00 .25 Larry's Second Addition to Blytheville Nellie Davis 6 1.00 .25 .25 Larry's Fourth Addition to Blytheville Johnnie Johnson 7 .50 James and Willese Banks 31 .50 Larry's Fifth Addition to Blytheville Prances King : 33 1.00 Lee Addition to Blytheville Verdie Bell '. 9 3.00 Mate Daniels Addition to Blytheville Forney Bradford ....All, less R/W, Wti 1 1 1.00 .25 Same 2 1 3.50 .88 Jim Madkins 9 1 3.50 .88 Same 10 1 1.00 '.25 Maybelle Subdivision to Blytheville L. B. Dunnam 13 2 4.00 l.M .55 Jack Michelle Addition to BIythevillr. Ellis H. Cowgill 10 4.00 1.00 .25 r. J. O'Brien Subdivision — Blytheville ' Deloris Oranda .'.. 21 2 3.00 .75 .25 J. W. Owen Addition to Blytheville Dan and Ella Mathi-on 2 4.00 1.00 .25 P:'.rk Addition to Blytheville Joel Oilliland S. 40 ft. of 1 1 3.00 .75 .25 Second Rcplat of J. P. Pride and Gateway Subdivisions to Blytherllle .13 .13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .75 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT ........................... PLAINTIFF Vs. No. 12610 SA5I SUMMONS, ET AL, AND CERTAIN OKLINQIJENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS ............................. DEFENDANTS COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the und:r.;igncd Commission"]- in compliance with the terms of a certain d-e--e rendered on the 15th t'ay of June, 1054, by the Chnncery Court of Mississippi County, Arkarrns, In the following cause, to-wlt: • Board of Directors. St. Francis Levee Dl-trlct, Vs. Sam Sl-imon.s, Et Al, and Certain b:linr[iicnt, Lands, Town Lots ar.d Blocks, No. 12610 -111 sell at public auction lo the hi-!" -t i-'-'dbr. for cash, at the fr.-nt '001- of the Courinou.se In '" • C !,•• r ' ' '-:v I'-, Mi .s: • <i C:,i'-'ty. ->rkar as. on the 15th. dny '•( " ' 1V ' - ' ':' •••"•-' i fie !"?;i'3 pre.crfcs- by law for Judicial sales, the fullTO'Uvj u- -:i'::d r:al cffte: Cleo Wren C. O. Watson W. 50 ft. Tommy Jones ThomflS Evans Leola Adams Alt. Jones E. 175 ft. A. M. Houston N'i of E. 252 ft. of W. 477 ft. of Edwin Rj'binscn John Barr Catherine Bnrr James Hayes Arthur Shannon Zilman L. White Harold C. T'- • Wm. I. Mailn 15 14 17 10 3 • 43 43 6.50 5.50 3.50 4.50 3.00 4.50 1.63 1.38 .88 1.13 .75 1.13 1.00 .25 Addition to n'3'thevillc 9 8 4.00 1.00 10 8 4.50 1.13 7 10 4.50 1.13 3 12 4,r,0 1.13 2 13 4.30 1.13 . f ..-.-..,., nn to r-th--.-ne ' 1.50 .38 .25 .25 .25 .25 ..25 .25 ..25 H. T. Rlcharchcn 161.4 ft. of.. VaH's First Ar;:"U'«n lo Biyllievllle 3. 50 ft. of S. S.'O 1.38 Frvi" "''-;' T. R. C-- Maine ! >l •fl • Part of S:ttion Section I This Offer Good Saturday Only! Kine (SI Karl :o S'.J.M : • r~nge Ten I '01 East 21 40 -•"•'O KangB l'.'-,M (."> lir.^1 NWVi E.'of 5 Lot 16 Lot 25 40 Range Nine 3.03 l.M ID.'l (9) .75 .55 'UO Ka:.t Township Folir'.e-n (M) North, ll^nje Sam Simeons SE 1 , HE', i: Township Ftnirlcfii fll) iVor.li Harvey Lewis :.'.'/', NW'i Township Fifteen (15) Nnrt'i. Bill and Mary Lampion S. 70 ft. S-' Ho:~cy Cypress Slough Frank Barnes .... Lot 3 NE', NW', Mrs. C. O. Walker NW',, NW'i Township Fifteen (15) North, V. S. Simmons E' : E. of Levee, O:ig. Survey 25 47 11.75 2.91 M. J. McCnnn .!.. Lot. 5 SW'i NW', 33 Lot 3.00 .75 Township liftmen (131 North. Ransc Eleven 1111 East John Ed Qrimrs Lot 1 o! E. 10 Acres SW', SW'i 6 Lot 4.50 1.13 Jill Dic!:c:;on K. 47 ft. of S. 173 it. of W. 108 It. of Lot 11, SW, SE', 9 Lot 2.50 .63 Dr. N. G. Jerome E. :06 ft. of S. 152.52 ft. of N. 808.54 ft. S. of Ry. and W. of Highway NE'i SW, 16 Lot 9.00 2.25 Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Ten (101 East Sam Simmons E. 129 : :.< acr.:s, NE', Slip. Survey 31 130 15.60 3.90 Allison Addition to Biythcville Louis Buclmcr 4 1 3.50 88 Lucile E. Ttllinun 8 1 3.50 .88 Marshall Fuller W-, 13 4 4.50 1.13 Mary Harris 3 7 3.00 .75 Sam B-rnes Subdivision to Blytheville I. E. Parkhurst S. 40 ft. of N. 100 ft. 2 3.50 .88 D. A. Smith S. 60 ft. 2 3.50 .88 n— '? Fi-her a--! Wilson's T!-- --.I to 4 10 V' .23 .23 . Slvirn Cu'.lin ............................ .25 Unknown ............................... j R. L. Hays /'""'t'on to Lrp.'hvT? ! O. W: .lo-r< ........ ~'.50 ft. of V.'. 130ft. of 7 2 .23 Jams Odell Ro!"rts.. : .............. W'i 10 3 .25 i Irrc-,ntor Lo's in Town of Leaehville .25 \ J. D. Heathcock Lot 8 in SW, NE', 8-15-8 Lot Unknown Lot 12 in NK'i SW'i 8-15-8 Lot . 1 ' I 1/1 i.ri l.CO LOT 1.00 3.30 l.V) 1.50 1.50 4.50 3.00 6.50 1.00 1/1 .38 .38 .38 1.13 .75 1.63 .25 Irrcffular Lots in KV- NW!1 NE 1 /, Sec. 17-15-8, Town of Leachville Ernestine Prancwr.v .23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 NE' NE'i Lot 1 of E 1 Frank Barnes Lot 2 of E'- H. V. Smith Lot 4 of E'-j NW'i NE'i Santford and Amie Ashley S's Lot 7 of E'= NWVi NE'i... James Walters W 1 " Lot 8 of E'? NW'.i NE'. Lois Barnes Lot 21 of E'-j NW'.i NE'i Tom Barnes Lot 36 of E'i NW'.i NE'i 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 1.38 .25 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 1.38 .25 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 1.38 .25 17-15-8 Lot 2.50 .63 .25 17-15-8 Lot 1.00 .25 17-15-8 Lot 17-15-8 2.50 Barron A- N. 39 ft. S. 11 ft. Addition to Blytheville .1. C. Gowen .... /irginla Martin Same Blythe Addltloi Mrs. Jack Saliba W 1 E 1 E 2 E to Blytheville W'-i 1 20 3.00 .50 3.50 Brawlev Addition to Blytheville Malissa Berry 3 2 4.00 Goldcrest Distributing Co N. 75 ft. 17 3 4.00 E .M. Bryan Addition to Blytheville Eddie R. Anderson 21 5 100 j Hues Addition lo lUrtheville Vettrus Davidson 6 14 .50 Hallic Trlpp 1 15 5.50 Harry D. McCullough 5 16 5.00 H. L. Chambers Second Addition to Blytheville Moran •* 1 1-W Floyd Same Chlcaso Mill * 1 2.50 .75 .13 .88 1.00 1.00 .13 1.38 1.25 .25 .63 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ( Lot 4.50 Matthews Second Addition to Leachville Prank Barnes N 1 ; 4C 4 3.50 Matthews Third Addition to Leachville Howard and Martha Selby 4 1 3.00 Smith's Addition to Leachville J. W. Buck 8 O 1.00 Same 9. G 4.00 Frank Barnes W. 60 ft. of Lots 15 i 16 I 3.50 .25 1.00 Henry Ashabranner Addition to Manila 12 13 .Lots 14, 15 and 16 4.00 .50 1.00 .13 4.00 1.00 4.00 1.00 ,S8 1.00 .36 .25 Lumber Company's Third Addition to Blytheville Florence E. Davis 6 1 4.50 1.13 P. H. Cutler 11 1 2.50 .63 Vettrus Davidson 3 3 3.50 .88 Ed B. Cook Subdivision to Blytheville James Robinson 5 A .50 .13 James Battle 6 A .50 .13 James Robinson 15 A .50 .13 ' Cook & Wilson Addition to Blytheville Travis Marshall S. 30 (I. 3 4.50 1.1J .25 David Acres—Blylheville Irwin E. Burger 7 4 8.50 2.13 .25 Hershel L. Croft 19 8 9.00 2.25 .25 Davis Addition To Blytheville Novell and Marsh N. 54 ft. of 7 6 6.50 1.63 .25 Same W. 14V> ft. of N. 54 ft of W'.- .... 8 6 1.00 .25 .25 Duvis Third Addition To Blytheville J.C. Frazier 10 2 4.00 1,00 .24 Snme 11 2 4.00 1.00 .25 Mrs I E. Fifher 5 8 9.00 2.25 .25 6 8 2,50 .63 .25 Dtrto Brat. AM1UM T« MrthivUI* Charles Northington .25 Same i Charles Stroud .25 i W. 1/3 of John Russell .25 i E'i of N. 2/3 of Lots 1, 2 and 3 B 25 ' Irregular Lots in Town of Manila j F. C. McKemie Lot 2B NWi NEU 31-15-9. Lot 25 i Original Survey to Manila i Luler Riley 8 25 j J. B. Lamb 9 '15! Same E. 40 ft of 10 ^25 ! Mrs. Maggie Billings 28 | Delana Wiseman 33 Mrs. Lillle Daubs S. 50 ft. of N. 126 ft. of Lots 37 and 38 Marlon and Joyce Bishop 189A Same 190 A Sloan's Subdivision of NE',J NE'i E. of Ry. M-15-S Minlte Arch Glisson 3 A 150 .N Freddie McKemie »B .80 .11 Same ,'0 3.50 .M Roy M. Springer • ? 4.00 LOO Sloan's Subdivision of W',4 NWVi N. «f fty. I1-U-*. JMaBlh H. Carpenter Lot 11 C NW14 NWU 5.50 l.M West End Sobdrrlsloji to Minlh 1 1 1 3 4 4 14 14 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 3.50 6.50 .50 1.50 1.00 4.50 .50 4.00 1.63 .13 .63 1.11 .1! 1.00 .M .25 .26 .35 M .M .M .M .3* M i Delia McCraw 5C 4.N 1JI M Wllllford A Girrlson Addition to Manllt Viola Beal « 1 1.00 .N Ji Said sale will be had to satisfy Mid decree lor Ux«i u* rate dun ihe Plaintiff on each and every separate tract mnd p«rc«l of land and on each and every separate lot ajirt block, a* is »et out In MM <tMrw for which said property Is delinquent H aforesaid, for Lm» *•»•, for the year 1953. WITNESS my hand and UM leal of stld Oourt on thfc «M Mh fef tt November, 1954, A.D. (Seal) OERALDINI LUTOM

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