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FAC1 TBN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS U.S. Keeps Tight Reins On UN Delegates, Press By WILLIAM N. OATIS UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (AP) - The U. S. government restricts the movements of 83 •"^S^JSSfi^^ ~SS^^ Department on the advice of the attorney general. Two other foreigners, official observers, must have permission to go outside the limits of New York That is because they were In such a hurry to get here for the Genera! Assembly they did not watt for security checks, which lomettmes take five weeks. Seventy-eight Soviet citizens — •n delegates and five Tass correspondents - may not travel more than 25 miles from this headquarters unless they give 48 hours' notice. Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov is in this group. Forbidden Ground When the Russians do travel, 27 per cent of the United States is forbidden ground that they may enter only by special permission. This Includes all neighboring Connecticut and New York's Borough of Broo' ":-n. The State Department has maintained the 85-mile limit, here anc to Washington, since 1952 and the lorbidden-area rule since last January in an effort to pressure the Soviet government into lifting similar restrictions from Americans In Moscow. Those foreigners bound by 97tn 8t on the north may go west 10 blocks to Ninth Avenue and south IS blocks to 26th St. Their eastward limit is the East River, right alongside U.N. headquarters. Mrs. Jessie Street of the Anti •lavery Society in London and the Rev Michael Scott of the International League for the Rights of Man in Geneva believe they are restricted for failure to answer certain questions asXed when they applied for U.S. visas. I Mrs. Street declined to list or-j ganizations she had belonged ia\ since 1930. She says, "I haven't got any idea of all the organizations I've belonged to since 1930." The Rev. Mr. Scott refused to tell about his associations in South Africa, where aj an Anglican pa^ tor he has opposed the official race segregation policy. He feared the information might harm his friends. "The anti-Communist laws there are very strict." he says. "Almost any opposition to the government's racial policy can be construed as communism." By special permission, both ob- severs live outside the prescribed area. Monument Planned for Greek Who Fathered Atomic Theory North Koreans Writing Letters To ROK Officials SEOUL w—Move than 10,000 letters and messages from North Korea have been sent into South Korea since the armistice, home minister Kim Kyung Kcun said yetserday. Kim said many of them are addressed to high South Korean government officials and "represent a change in tactics from, armed offensive to internal subversion." Many arrive via the United Staves or Japan, he.said, and some are signed by former South Korean leaders now In the North. The messages call for genera! elections throughout Korea, free passage between North and South, offers of Northern electricity to the power-starved South, messages to students, invitations to recent North Korean celebrations and appeals to Southern leaders for political negotiations. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1958 Bins Crosby To Make Movie HOLLYWOOD (in - Rumors that Bine Crosbv planned to quit tno "i -ing and acting business came to a S ck end Sunday. H was announced he'll co-star In another e their dramatic "Tlie Country Qlrl to a musical. "Hteli Society. in Hie new film. MOM said. Miss Kelly will sine for the first lime on the screen. Cole Porter will write the songs. MflPS MORE CH/lMf* THROUGH MORE III* -than any other brand. Orange flavored: accurate dosoce. Jiny the best for your child. World's largest Seig Aspirin, for CMdm Court Affirms Murder Sentence LITTLE ROCK W—The Arkansas fupreme Court yesterday affirmed t-15-year sentence for second degree murder imposed on Joe Hardin of Texarkana for the shotgun slaying of Charles Brittain, also of Texarkana, Aug. 26, 1954. The court, in an unanimous opinion, said there was "ample substantial testimony to support the Jury's verdict" of guilty. Testimony was that Hardin, Brittain and others had been drinking together. A quarrel arose involving »lleged theft of a gun from Hardin. The dispute ended in the shooting. XANTHI, Greece <SI — Greek philosopher Democritus. who fathered the atomic theory nearly 2.500 years ago, Is to have a commemorative monument erected in his home town, Abdera. Atomic scientists from all over the world will be invited to attend the unveiling next year. The University of Salonika is sponsoring the project. Recent excavations brought to light the vestiges of Abdera, 15 miles south of the contemporary town of Xanthi, in western Thrace. Democritus was born there between 470 and 460 B. C. Tradition has it that he learned theology and astrology in his early teens from Chaldean Magi who came to Thrace in the wake of Persian King Xerxes' invading armies. Later he traveled extensively. By the time he came back nome. he had become one of the most eru- Five Suspected Spies Arrested MANILA I/PI—Police arrested five suspected Chinese Communists yesterday and the Defense Ministry ordered a nationwide registration of Chinese nationals. The campaign began Saturday. The Philippines has a Chinese population estimated at more than half a million. dite men of his generation. He died at the age of 109. It is said that he felt the hour of his death approaching arid told his sister. The news greatly upset the old lady, because she figured his tending the Feast of the Thesmo- phores. due to be celebrated that same day. So Democritus obligingly postponed his deoih three days. He managed it, legend says, by applying freshly baked bread loaves over his nose and inhaling their hot fumes. Democritus was the first philosopher to uphold the theory that "all matter is made up of atoms." Colorado Towns Shook by Quake PUEBLO, Colo. Wi—Five southeastern Colorado communities were jarred Sunday night by an earth tremor of undertermined origin. It shook furniture and rattled windows but caused no reported damage. A muffled explosive sound accompanied the tremor in the Fowler area, according to Donald Buck, publisher of the Fowler Tribune. The tremor also was felt in Sugar City. Ordway, Nepesta and Rocky Ford. Reports of its duration varied from a few seconds to one minute. CARUTHEKSVILLE CORNERSTONE — The Most Rev. Leo Byrne, S. T D.. Auxiliary Bishop of St. Louis, lays the cornerstone for the new Sacred Heart, Catholic School building in Caruthersville. Taking pan in the program are (left to right) Father Wallace Ellinger of Caruthersvllle; Joe Stryker. contractor from Portageville; Father Sidney Stocking of Portageville, and Father Amos Enaerlin of Blytheville. (Photo by Sanders) Formosa Asks Mongolia i TAIPEI. Formosa i*—The clam- : . ! or here for Nationalist China to ve- I to admission of Outer Mongolia to , the United Nations is getting loud- j er and angrier. i Newspapers urged the government to disregard any suggestions so withhold use of its veto power. ; Nationalist quarters expressed fear that if Outer Mongolia is allowed into the world body, the prospects-- of Red China's admission would be enhanced, and there would be more talke about the creation of two Chinas. i Kentucky Town i Offers Challenge ASHLAND, Ky. 'f. — Mayors of cities with more than 35,000 population which beat Ashland's record on If Ashland, the "target city" in the eastern half of the nation, has no accidents, mayors of all cities in the population class which likewise, have perfect days will get the com- 1 missions. Mayor David Avonberg, in chal- uu «» Jui mu » ^ | lenging the eastern cities, said Gov. saie o>iving day Thursday will get Lawrence Wetherby has agreed to Kentucky colonel commissions. I issue the colonelcies. REMINGTON RAND Typewriters — Adding Machines — Calculators Portable - Standard - Electric Business Systems Authorized Safes and Service! WHITLEY OFFICE SUPPLY P hone 3 - 8S2 ° 106 So. Fifth Sterling Hayden Suffers Injury HOLLYWOOD (SI — Filming of [ "Bed of Fear" has been suspended : temporarily because of a back injury to actor Sterling Hayden. j I He suffered a slipped disc last i I Wednesday while filming a fight; I scene. iI Doctors ordered Hayden to bed,; | but it's expected that filming, halt-1 ed Saturday, can resume in about a week. Sears, Roebuck & Company has Selling Positions Open For Two Aggressive Men Between Ages of 25 and 40. Must have car and liability insurance. Commission and | draw insures excellent earnings. Many company benefits include employes discount, profit sharing. Group | hospitalizalion and others. .. APPLY AT SEARS CATALOG SALES OFFICE 211 W. Main Blytheville. Ark. A NEW ADDITION TO OUR SERVICE FOR THIS COMMUNITY DELTA PROPANE CO. Gas Appliances Gas Installation Tractor Conversion Phone For Free Estimates! R. C. FARR & SONS Distributors PHILLIPS "66 PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Furance Oils — Kerosene — Gasoline — HD Motor Oil "Serving This Area For 25 Years" PHONE 4nn s - Railroad, Blytheville, Ark. 3 . t50 7 DELINQUENT TAX LIST — State of Arkansas County of Mississippi I, William Berryman, Sheriff & Ex-officio collector for Mississippi County, Arkansas, do hereby certify that the attached Is a true and compared list of all persons, firms and corporations whose personal taxes were not paid as of November 14th, 1955, and the same are hereby returned de- linnil t WILLIAM BERRYMAN, Sheriff & Ex-otflcio Collector. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of November, 1955. Belisle, Martha Belknap, B. O. Jr. Bell, Jack P. Bell, Will Bennethum, LoiB Bench, Millard Benefield, C. Bennett, Lucy Bennett, Willie & Eu Beshearse, Howard Biffin, Charlie Birmingham, Mrs. C. Birmingham & Sons Oarage Birmingham, Robert Birmingham, Toney Bishop, Walter Bllllngsley. Charley Blackard, Marshall Blackburn N, C, Jr. Blakemore. Wade 4.57 29.60 22.05 15.35 8.75 10.84 9.59 4.57 ;enia 11.67 7.07 5.40 S. 16.01 29.69 A. 3.12 I. 29.69 4.57 5.40 21.04 5.4'J 16.01 Gammon. Luther Campbell, Aubrey Campbell, Grover Campbell, Son Campbell, W. M. Cannon, Jay H. Cantrell, Bill Cannon, Earl E. Canvas Products Cc Caraway, T. H, Carney, Mrs. Joe Carr, Marion S. Carney, Vance Carter, H. L. Carthon, James A. Carthon, Jesse Caruthers. Mamie Cask. Isiah Castle, Jack Cavoshcr, .Will Caviness. N. W. 5.40 4.57 30.51 18.70 7.07 SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHB Blackwell, George 38 0' 15.02 17.31 2.10 SCHOOL DISTRICT 2 OUT — Total Tax, Penalty Xame and Costs Bledsoe, Mrs. J. J. . Brooks, Rev. Clay .. Densmore, Floyd E Echols, Theo Hamm, Brent Allen Johnson, Cecil C. ....... Kifer, Alton Lewis, Wesson Macias, Jesus Stevenson, Raymond .... -Wilkerson, James C School Oistrict 5n Abbott, Clinton E. Abbott, Clinton L. Adams, Lafayette Adams, Roger Lee Akin. Jeff Akin. Vehna Alridge, Ciavt-nee A!'xunder, Lifie Aliord. Paul Allen, Berry Allen, B. J. Allen, B. J. Jr. Allen, James Allensworth. w. A. Allison. Rufus Sr. Anderson, Jim Anderson, John D. Ankgtion, Hugh Eddie Anthony, Arthur Arnold, Ada Arnold, James Arnold, Jimmie Lee Arnold, Lovell Arnold, Rlley Azbell, Vallle Ash, Ed Ashby, Frank K. Ashcraft, Mrs. Thelma Atkins, J. D. Atterbury, Bess W. Austin & wicker Avis, Bill Aibell, Arnold J. Babb, J. F. Bagley, Rev. Roy D. Bailey, B. C. Bailey, Y. A. Baker, Arthur J. Baker, Don Baker, Mrs. L. B, Baker, Virginia E. Baldwin, Odell Banks, Ruth Barker, John Barnes, J. B. Barrett, Allen Bates, Emma Bates, Jeff Battle, Luther Baugh. Russell Baughman, Robert L. Be»l, William Bear, William Betrd, William L. Bewden, L. L. Be«u»ar(l, Troy Bocchim, Bdward ••Hw, P»ul PARKER Blakclv ' B ' M ' County Clerk! B'anchard, Avery Blanchard, Charles Blanchard. Virginia Blossom, Helen Blytheville Glass C< 1/U313 -- 15 74 Bogan. Charles 16.74 Bohanon. Hudson Bohanon, Mike Bolding, J. M. Boles, Charles 5.40 3.72 4.57 15.35 0.24 9.59 Chamberlain. Robert G. Chambers, Wesley Chandler, Simmie Cherry, Willie Chlldres. C. E. Childress. Christine Chtlds, Dave Childs. Dave Clare, H. F. Clark, Elmer W. Clark, Ida 5.40 5.40 11.03 7.07 10.84 37.10 5.-10 Darrough, Donald Davis, Joe Jr. Davis, Basil Davis, Dewey E. Davis, Ed O. Davis, Elnora Davis, James T. Davis, Larry C. Davis, Raymond Davis, Robert Davis, Roosevelt DeCanter, Gene Dean,John Dean, Robert F. Deavor, Robert C. Decanter, Morris C. 11.81 Bonner, Kate 3748 Book, Arthur J. D5.48 Booker, Jimmy 2.87 I Booker, W. W. 8.24 I Boone, John A. Soles, Bertha , | Boswell, .!. W. 18.70 i Bour/ikns, Theodore L. 19.03 1 i3owle, Moses 18.37 i Soyett. Prod Jr. 3.72 I Bovett. Jesse B. 8.75 : Boyll. A. L. 4.57 j Bnickin. James D. SO.U'i -rad'iey. Gene E. 8.75 1 Sras.ield. J. C. 5.-;0 3ra.;ailt'll. Thomas C. 37.43 j Brents, Donrai 33.44 ! 3n wer. Dr. W. P. a. 1 .'^ I '3rid!;:',:atfr. Eon 18. .'0 i 13,-iU:nn. Ci'Cil D. 51.40 : Brock. Jiinmii' 6..l>; Bl'Ortp. William L. "nil!" 4.57 : r?ro<;':s. Fdv.Ml'd 10.. 0! Brooks. Lee 8.3)1 Brookshire, George 15. -5j Bro\vn, Aaron 5.40: Brown, Amlnnv 5.4.) j Brown, Bill <l.i)i) i Brown, James Chas. 7.0; j Brown. J. E. 9.59 Brown, James E. Brown, Jimmie Lee Brown, John Henry Brown, Kozie ..... - Brown, L. R. 7.07 j Brown. Roger 25.50 ; Brown, Tom D. Jr. 8.75 | Clark, Nathaniel i.40 Clay, Clyde 23.73 Clay, George 4.57 Clay. Ruby 7.07 Clay, Willie Mae 18.70 Clayton, Rev. C. A. 10.'!2 Clark, Carl 2-.06 demons, Roy 20.37 Cocnran. Harold or Donald Springer Cockle, C. F. 17 Cohoon. Mrs. Charles I 8 --' Coi'lcy. James Y. 10.4! I Colcltharpe. Warren 2 j- 06 ! Colsman. Ev.gene H. lo..j.> | Colenian. Jess 2 u)li j Coleman. Roy 5 -' 10 j Collins, Darling 2T3J i Culston, W. C. 18 °' Conklin, Woodrow 18.03. ccnally. Thad F. '^- -^ i Coiiel".. Freddie : Conlcy. Tommy Bert 7.07 Cony-TS, — - , 61.36 24. 06 25.50 23.71 18.70 37.10 Brown, Tom Sr. Brown, Thomas J. Brown, Willie Clay Brownson, Dr. J. F. Bryant, Woodrow Bulliner, Esther Bulloch, Willie Mae Bunch, A. C. ( .ui , . . 7.07 | Burgess, A. D. 17.35 22.38 4.57 . 7.07 5.40 25.91 25.50 9.S8 40.46 1.M Burks, Pat. R. Burnhnm, Chester Burns. Mayburn Burr, Tom Shannon Burton, Don Burton, R. O. Bush, C. W. Butler, C. F. Butler, Hattie 4.57 Butler, Otis 8.75 Bynutn, Margaret 22.71 Byrn, Albert M. 10.42 Caddies, Jackson 21.04 Cagle, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 4.51 Caldwcll, A. J. Callahan, .Fred Cnlvert, Shmnnn "'•''M Cook, Clyde 5 - 4u ; Cook, Hosie L. 1 - Q7 Cook, Paul E. 'G-rJ Cookc. M. C. Jr. Cooper. Raymond Cooper. Woodrow Corbett. James Cordell. R. V. 5 - 4 P j Corey, Mrs. C. S. •'•^ | Coi-kran. Lo.xie 17 - ;!: | Cotton, L. V. Cotton, W. F. Counts. William 22-0= j cousin, Leroy & Louise !} no I Co «' k 'y. George ''• UJ ! Cox. Robert Earl l 2 - 10 jcox, S. B. 13 - ! ' ; 'l Cniic, Mrs. Duve 10.841 Craig, Hershcll D. ^•^j Crawford, WiUie 15.68 Crawford, Ann Crawford, Bobby O. Crawford, Carlos | Crawford, Mary Creccllus, Lloyd I Cren'shaw, Josh Crews, Loy Cilm, W. T. Crinev, Demetra Crlttenden, Joe Dee, David Deen, Douglas Delta Maid Do Nut Shop Deluxe Clesuiei-s . Denson, Delnmr ••- i Denny, Lewis E. 1 - 07 i Denton, Sterling H. 5- 40 i Deskin, H. T. 28.Ho! rjickerson. William 8 - :5 iD.iianl, Albert '•°' DiUard, John 7 - 07 Dingles, William 40.45 Dinner Bell Cafe 28.8.1 uis j e Lunch cafe B -''^ Oixon, James L. 24.0J: Djxrn^ John Freeman 8 -' ; ? ! D.xon, Troy ^-^ ! Donnerson. P. J. 5 - 40 j Doan, John H. 5-'W i Dodson. Hugh 42 '- 11 i Dodson, Leo C. 4 - 37 | Dodson, O. D. 24.06 j jonnerson, Henry Doss, Frank 4 - 57 Doyle, Addie B 35. i'ij Drive in Liquor Store 7."7 j Dunn. Maus 22.'-8 i Dunn. Leon 20.71 1 Dunavaiit, Alton 4.i7 ; Duncan. Charles J, 5.10; Duncan. Frank 4.5' I Dnnklin, Alma 5.40 Dunn, Isiah Jr. 5.4'J Dye. Ralph 1. .'3S j Dyrr. E(l\vnvd 28.-.S | taus, Noam 7.071 jitinon, J. D. 24.73 ! Edgmon, Thomas J. 15. : -J i Edwards. Gerald Lee 2J 9 Klkins, George E. 22.71 Elder. B. F. 4.51 Elkins, Murl 25.911 Ellen's Cafe 8.75 ! Ellis, C. D. 8.75 25.50 7.07 8.75 11.03 5.40 51.46 5.40 16.01 90.40 2(1.69, Cnlvln. Studio Lorevn 18.70 i , Croft, Paul Crouch, Roy Crump, Larson E. Cullens, Jack Cunningham, Bob Cuny, James Currlc,,J. H. Damesworth, Dennis Daniels, Larry Daniels, Ruby 24.0ti 17.C3 4.57 n.70 9.59 16.38 4.51 10.8-1 5.40 5.40 8.75 15.35 25.50 3..2 16.01 7.07 8.15 30.51 Eva.June 2'I.DSl Ellis, Leslie Ellis, R. A. Ellis. Robert E. Emery Sally Essury. N. B. Estcs, Joe Evans, Roscoe Evatl, Hollis A. Ewlng, John Fairfield, Earnest Fane, Pearl Fanning, Everett 'Fnnt, Ed Farrell, Bernard H. Farrlmond, William Fan-Is, J. E. Farrinetan, Paul E. Farrnr, II. L. Faylor, Lyle W. Ferguson, Arden Ferguson, J. M. Fields. J. C. Fish, Junior . Fisher, Bcrford Fisher, D. W. Fisher. B. L. 4..TI Fisher. William P. 25.50 Filzhugh, Rev. Win. J. 25.,0 25.50 29.1)9 21.04 30.51 22.05 j Fondren, H. J. 17.03 Forbes, Delia 6.24 Ford, Mildred 25.501 Forshee, W. N. 10.811 Fowler. Pruitt 5.40 j pox. Mildred 19.03 ! Franklin. Rev. C. 23.73! Franklin. Floyd 24.^6j & Johnny Mae lO.iJO i Franklin. Bobbie 5.401 pranks. Emily 4.57 J Frayser. D. M. 20.71 i Freeman. Walter 23.73 [ French, Willie 21.38; prison, James 10.84 Krounlelter, Donald 18.37 i Farrar, H. L. 7.07: Gaddis. Nathaniel : Gambill. Johnnie 18.70 Gammons. Jewel 29.6!) Gann. E. W. 7.07 i Gardner, R. C. Ifi.01! Gardner, Thomas 3i.7j Garner, James or Harve K.70 : Gamer. Lawrence 5.40 Garner. Mildred 1.91 Darren, W. R. 7.0 1 Garrott & Lore 7.91 Gean, R. H. 18.70 Gran, P.. V. 18.70 Gentry, Inez 5. 2 ; Gem-in, Neal 20.37: Gibson, Melvin 18 .0 Gilbert, L. G. 1. .07 i Gilmer, Mrs. O. M. 23.3 /1 Gipson, Jny 17.70 j Glenco Hotel 5.40: Glenn. J-Aiv.es 17.70 i Glover. J. W. 10. :2 Goff. Paul L. 3.JO Godfrey. Jrvin 8.75 i Gold Crest Beer 2:.8U| nist. Co 2..5'J; Goodman. Herbert 15.35 i Goodman. Johnny 6.(16 | Goodman, Lawrence 19.03! Gondnim, James E. 8,75 i & Helen 5.4 j | Gordon. Leonard 10.84 i Gordon, L;icy 25.50' Gordon, Tf-.i •J.tiT j Ciourlcy. H C. 4.5i Graeey, Moittell 8.75; Graham. Iln-bl-rt 18.7o! Graves. Art'mr 10 8! Graves. U. \V. 25.53, Gray. Fannie U. 13 |.Gray, William H. 22.05' Green, Earl 18.70 j Green, Erina Lee 25.91 j Green, Jainra 22.05 j Green, John E. 17.36 ! Green, L. C. LOT! Green. Mrs. R. E. 11.26 j Green. Tt'd 3,72 I Green, Thiirman 5.40 Greene. R. E. 8.'i5 Gregory, Vi-rnon 7.07 j Griffin. Ri'x 4.57 i Griggs, John H. 8.75 11.26 7.01 7.07 35.75 5.40 10.84 19.03 5.40; 8.75| 22.71 : 10.42 18.70 8.75 22.38 43.00 37.77 22.71 7.07 25.30 17.03 •7.07 6.66 58.C9 | 1535J 21.04 I 4.57 i 22.71! 17.03 18.70 30.51 | 18.70 4.51 8.75 4.57 j 84.ll! 24JJ6: 17.03 10.03 ; 7.07 i 25.50: 2'.50; 15.35 ! 5.40 | 30.31' 17.03 | 4.57 i 5.40 58.i"J ' 20.37 40.45 7.91 8.75 5.4'J 35.15 16.59 Harris, Robert J. Jr. Harris. Susie Harrison, Robert J. Harvey, Cleveland Harvey, 3. B. : Hatchel, Glover \ Hatley, Leslie I Hay, Mel Hay, Wallace Hayden, Ellis Hayes. Cecil Haynes. Charles A, Heer. W. G. Jr. Helsley, Dee Hendrix. W. E. Henry Manole Henson, Fred L. Henson. George J. Hei-ron. Lymvood S. Hill, Fred Hill, Otis Billiard, Pat HilUs, Houston Hinson, Charles Hinton, Clura Hill, Calvin Honcycutt, James D. Honeycutt, Lillie Hopper, Chester L. Hopson, Mary Homer, Alvertis Hockenhull Cafe Hodge, H. M. :-iodge, B. Sr. Hodge, Mrs. R. B. Hodges. Mildred Hodges, W. E. Hogue, Floyd Holbrook, Charles W Hoider, Arthur Holder, Everett Holder, Everett Lee Holder. Jennie Holifieid, Johnnie Hoiman. J. W. Holmes, Hulou Holt. U. H. Ho.st:tbr. Orien or Ruth House, C. A. I-Iot:sc of Charm House, J. T. House, Nettie V. House, Mrs. W. O. Houston, A. M. .-iouston, Rev. A ; :ioy, Odell Howard. Elnora j Ho\vard, Jim Howard, Joe | Howerton, Clyde i Hoy, Charlie Johns, Sam Johnson, Arthur 24.73 Johnson, Ben 7.07 Johnson,- Dee 17.70 Johnson, Joe C. 5.40 Johnson, Johnnie J. 15.35 Johnson, Lavada Jones 8.7.5 i Johnson. Lillian 16.01! Johnson, Myrtle 5.40 i Johnson, Ned ig 37 i Joimson, O. C. 19.03 ! Johnson, Ralph E. ' 25.50 25.50 20.04 4.57 , . Johnson. Thomas Jr. Johnson, Leroy Johnson, Minnie Johnston, Robert D. „,'„= -Johnston, C. E. Z...U.J ,„„„ TJJll 19.C3 i , Jones. Bill %! Jones. Dallas !2.0J Jones, Harold A. „ I Jones. H. B. " f \ Jones, Isaac 2.l's9 i JoneS ' J ' A " - ,, ^ " Jones, Jimmie C. _5,i Jones, John M. ^ D -' D i Jones. Josephine 21M I Jordan, Paul ^- 8 ! Jordan Webster 5-40 ! Joyncr, F. B. W- 24 1 Judd. Carl •t- 01 ! Julian. Doris 5.- 10 ] Karr, Roland 22.C5 | Keeling, Cecil 23.'.-3 '< Keeion, Katie 18.70 ; Kelly, Carrie & James 18.70 i Kelly. Juanita 17.03 1 Kellick, Tom 21.06; Kelinck, William C. 16.011 Kennedy, William P, 17.03 ] Kettinger, C. B. & Ruby 10.84 i Key. William P. 17.361 Key. William S. 10.84 i King, Jessie W. , Anna 8.35 Lucas, E. E. 31.10 ! Lumpkin, W. H. 4.57 Ltlsk, Cecil 15.01 McAdoo, Helen 17.36 I McAdso. Johnny B. 22.71 McAllister, Walter 8.75 : McBvide, Mrs, James 7.07 : McBriae, Mary Nell 4.57 i McBride, W. L. 7.07 ] McCanless, Kennie 25.91 j McClain, J. B. 4.57! McClue, C. C. Jr. 9.59 ! McCool, Glenn A. 23.05; McCormick, Bill 29.69 • McDermott, Charles 22.71; McElroy, James 22.71 j MoOarrity, C. K. 7.07 i McGhee, Joe L. 26.34 i McGregor, Cafe, Eddie 9.59 • McGregor, Edward 31.04 : Mclnnes. E. R. 3.72 i Mclntyre, Joe D. 20.711 McKay, Phillip 3.12^ McKemiy, Clemmie 7.07 McKinney, Bill 5.40 : McKinney, Esaw 17.70 McKissie. Lonnie 27.17 i McKennedy. John 18.70: McKissie, John 19.37 : McMorrow, James 1L26 | McMurtry, Milton 10.42 ! McNair, Fred 7.07 ] McNamee, Winbow H. 7.07 : McNeil, S. J. Jr. 4.57 7.07 35.75 15.68 Northern, Marie O'Bannon, James O'Bannon, W. H. D'Daniels, Sam 19.70 | belson, O. N. 20.37 Oliver, Roxie 4.57 I olsen, Mary Jo 16.01 : O'Neal, Bonnard E. 18.70 \ Grain, E. 28.42 | ousley, Bennie 4.57 i outlaw, Neil 5.40 i packett, Charles L. 28.01 p a ck, Aubrey 29.69 I Pack, N. L. 8-75 i painter, Kathryn 19.M i Palm, Susie 10.42 ' pankey, Martin ' " ! Pankey, Sid 6.4Q 10.84 16.01 7.07 35.75 8.15 20.37 30.51 5.40 8.75 18.70 7.91 17.03 7.07 15.35 5.40 16.01 49.83 17.70 i Parker,' Evalina & Willie 18.70 19 37 . p ar v; er , James R. 24.06 . Parker, Monroe 22.05 ; Parker. Vance 22.11 pan-ish, Charles G. 29.69 parish. J. H. 3.72 ' 20.37 4.57 . Gene Partridge. Lewis J. Parrish, Charles T. Patch, w. L. Pate, Carl F. Pate, Clarence 15.01 6.66 29'M ; Patt0 "' Clyde W ' | 35 | Patton. W. D. 8.75 Patten's Cafe, Sam Killinsvvorth, Arlin Killingsvvorth, R. J. M. 5.40 20.37 Killingsworth, R. T. 3051 Khnbrough, Eddie Mae 29 eg ; Kimbrough, Floyd Jr. , Kincaid, Archie ,. ! King, A. M. ' King, Charlie 7 - 07 [ King. Clifford E. 8-75! King. Edgar 22.38 j King, Frances 5.40! Kirby, Emmett 5.40 i Klrley, W. C. 25.50 JKirkland, Bill J. 20.u9 Knight, Tom 17.03 Mack, Rev. M. D. 22.05 Mack, Samuel 28.01 j Malone, Inez 17.03 I Mahan, H. W. 8.75 j Manley. Geo. C. Jr. . 20,37 Manning. Carrol 9.59 ' Marsh. Frances 7.07 Martin, Henry & Ardene 7.50 Martin, Joe D. 17.70 j Martin, Mrs. Joe 17.70 ! Martin, Mary 8.75 Martin, Newton B. 18.03 | Martin, Victor 15.68 i Mason, Curtis ^ 40.45 Mason, Johnnie °''° ^ Payton, Clem '•"' i o nr .1. AJf W 4 57 5 ' 40 -> - ! pee P les ' Bonnie Jean Perm. Gene j Pennington, James C. {j'^Q ; Perkins, O. J. 18 70 ' P ei 'loat, Corene 18 70 i Patterson, Calvin 10 84 ' Peterson. D. L. 3 ' 7 i I Peugh, Charles D. 7 'm • Phillips, B. B. 5 ' 40 i Phillips, Joe 9!1 ' 6 (] j Phillips, J. W. i g5 , . . i Pierce, Luther 11 26 i Pittman, Eugene Polar. Cynthia 4.57 Knox, Joseph 28.01 11.67 39.11 45.14 8.75 35.75 43.80 10.00 25.50 27.17 16.01 25.50 Calvin,-Roy W. 23.711 Dttr, Sdwaill E. Floyd. W. P. 1.07 pieemnn, Bennie 18.35 picx, Bnby M. 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