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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEViLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1955 Beware These Holiday Rackets- The Christmas season finds many of us with our spirits up and our guard down. So year after year we fall victims to ambitious schemers who don't share the season's good will. Illustrated below are some of the more common rackets which spring up to mar the holidays. Study them so you won't be caught with your guard clown. If you are suspicious of any "bargain" offers, consult the Better Business Bureau. Unordered Christines cords or merchandise arrive in the moil. You keep them. You're later billed, Qt on «• fcorbitant price. Legal action is threat- thcd if you don't pay. Bcsr bet: Notify sender by registered letter (hot y-iu don't want goods. "Brilliant" Christmas tree ornament! are advertised at a low price. Tempted, the sucket sends o check and later receives ornaments—cardboard cutouts colored *ith luminous P^ nt ^ This also works *ith bargain "troini," "circus animal" toys. "Santo" sets up shop on downtown sidewalk, selling cute toys thot skip and "chirp" Buf when you get the toy home, you find the spring brents oftef onp skip, ond rhe darn thing doesn'l chirp "Santo" woi a ten- trifoquist-, besides being o cheat. An "exotic, import c<J-f rom-Franc e" _ perfume t» advertised 01 a special 'Omilmoi oHer—$15 bottle loi $1, if yo» buy a dor en or 10. When fh* perfume arrives, you discover it, it cheap perfume made in tKe U.S.A. tl just has a pretty label. Christmas puts the Jiving tpi"* *" alt of us, but beware to whom you givt. Many solicitors represent phony organizations. Their uniforms ore usually'unidentifiable. Reliable groups gladly supply information about themselves, their purpose. Beware the holiday check cosher. Check crooks operate when storej are crowded and clerks are too rushed to examine checks. As a result, check artiits' haul reaches P/£ million by New Year's. Don't be rushed. Check; tho^f? checks. Arkansons Plan Barbecue For Adlai Stevenson LITTLE ROCK I*—A barbecue to which Arkansas officials and Democratic pany leaders have been in- viied will be held for Adlai Stevenson when he visils Arkansas next week. Stevenson, the only avowed candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, will be a guest of Dr. J..S. Rushing at the El Dorado physician's hunting lodge near Jerome Dec. 9-11. The barbecue has been set for Dec. 10. Sievenson will fly to Memphis on a commercial airliner Dec. 8. arriving at 8 p.m. He will take a private plane to Greenville. Miss., and then Park Addition to Bljtheville Joel Oilllland S. 40 It. 1 1 2.00 Jas D. Cracken 2 1 4.40 Parkview Addition to Blythevllle Joe T. Hushes 14 1 .80 . Rebecca Patterson Subdivision — Blj-thcvllle (1 Acre Lots of Subdivision) Ollie Harris .... N. 50 ft. of S. 100 ft. of E. 100 ft. W'.j 3 2.40 Second Krplat of J. P. Pride and Gateway Subdivisions—I .70 1.10 .25 Cleo Wren S. T. Hay Curtis Mason .EM. 15 12 14 Mary Etta Springfield Areveal Jones Patton . 5.20 2.80 3.20 .80 320 Kdwin Robinson Addition to Blytheville C G G Q and Pauline Turner Walter Same Same Same John Barr — Catherine Barr Lenie McGee travel by automobile to Jerome, villasre in Drew County. , 1952 Democratic candidate I „ Zilman L. White 1 2 3 9 9 10 10 2 12 13 2.80 .80 .80 4.80 3.20 3.60 3.60 3.60 .60 .25 Blytheville 1.30 .25 .70 .25 .80 .25 .20 .25 .80 .25 .70 .25 .20 .25 .20 .25 1.20 .25 .80 .25 .90 .25 .90 .25 .90 .25 2 E 1.40 .35 .2» 18 H 1.80 45 .2S g'LUMBER COMPANY'S FIRST ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE 1 2 2.20 .55 .25 1.60 .40 1.60 .40 1.60 .40 .40 .10 .40 .10 .40 .10 'I The for president will hunt ducks with j Dr. Rushing and other guests, in- j ~ eluding Gov. Orval Faubus, the next day. Sunnyside Addition to Blytheville 10 Tucker 6 1 2.40 7 3 I Ex-Boxer Held On Dope Charge SAN FRANCISCO Ifl — Jesse Floras. 28, onetime lightweight boxer who failed in a shot at the championship in 1048, was among 37 people arrested Wednesday in wholesale narcotics raids. Federal agents and police seized Plores. his wife Carmen. 28. his brother-in-law. Alfred Garcia, 22, and two others at the ex-fighter's home. Fiores and his wife were charged as peddlers, the others as addicts. Plores. who lost a title fight to Ike Williams in Madison Square Garden, has a prior narcotics conviction from a 1953 case. Same 7 < -80 5 2.80 7 6 3.60 Same 8 6 2.40 West End Subdivision — Blytheville Leonard W. and Rosie Lee Li'.tlejohn 22 2 3.20 Wilhite Subdivision — Biytheville Carter .t Oammill 6 2.00 Same w. 40 ft. 7 2.00 Wilson's First Addition to Blytheville Robert Sims Same Sam Billings Augusnt Sullivan T. T. R. Carr Same Richard Palmer 3 10 11 5 5 .40 .40 .80 .80 Gentry Aide Resigns Post LITTLE ROCK Ifl — Kay Matthews, chief assistant to Atty. Qen. Tom Gentry, has resigned to enter private law practice. Matthews announced his regisna- tion Wednesday, his last day in office. The attorney, a native of Izard County, was named by Gentry as his chief assistant in 1954. He had been on Gentry's staff since 1953. Tito Out to Boost Standard Of Living In Yugoslavia BELGRADE Ifl—Yugoslavia's Communist government is launch- Ing a new economic policy de- Bigned to boost living standards. President Tito announced his regime would emphasize production of consumer goods and food and de-emphasize heavy industry. The policy shift was in marked contrast to the situation in the Soviet bloc. There the replacement of Soviet Premier Georgl Malenkov by Nikolai Bulganin last February and the move to the front of Communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev was accompanied by abandonment of Malenkov's policy of more consumer goods. The rest of the Soviet bloc countries were quick to follow the Kremlin's lead in renewing the predominance of heavy industry, including arms production. "It is now important," Tito said, "to give priority to those enterprises which will yield the quickest result in improving the living standard and in balancing the Yugoslav (foreign) payments account." Tito outlined the program in a speech yesterday to the Federal Committee of the Socialist AUinnce of the Working People of Yugoslavia, a Communist-led group claiming a membership of more than eight million. Tito said the development of heavy industry has reached such a level "that we have something ll|)ou which we can continue building at a slower pace and more easily." 20 4.00 1.00 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OP DIRECTORS. ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT PLAINTIFF vs. No. 12,954 LACY ADAMS, ET AL, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEFENDANTS COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner in compliance with the terms of a certain decree rendered on the l!9th day of June. 1955, by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chicka- sawlia District, Arkansas, in the following cause, to-wlt: Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee District. Vs. Lacy Adams, Et Al, and Cerlain Delinquent Lands. Town Lots u ml Blurts, No. 12,054 will sell at public auction lo the highest, bidder, for cash, at the front door of Ihc Courthouse in the City of Ulyllii'villc. Mississippi County, Arkansas, un Hie 17th day of .December. 1955, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, the following described real estate: Toliil Tax Added Name Part of Section Sec. Acres Tux Penalty Penalty Township Fourteen (14) North, Rantfe Nine (9) East Mr.-. H. D, Robinson NW, NE', W. of Levee... 4 35 7.00 1.75 .25 Same EVi NE'i N\VH.... Unknown • E. of Levee, Prl. SW'4 SWiJ 32 25 1.00 .25 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Elfht (8) East Bill and Mary Lampton S. 70 ft. SE',i NWI E. of Honey Cypress Slough , j 5 Floyd Henry E! 2 SE',i SE!J, E. of Ditch 21 James Walters N. 5 Acres Lot I SWV1 E. of Railroad 31 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Nine (0) East Sherman Paul N'.i NW 1 ,; SWVt 8 20 4.00 1.00 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven (11) East Aggie Morris and Zula Brycans Lot C of E. 10 acres, s\v; sw.; t Harold Thompson, Jr. S. 15 ft. of N. 527.8 ft. of E. 150 ft. S. of Hy. No. 18 and W. of Promised Land Road in W!i Lot 8 NE'i 15 Dr. N. O. Jerome E. 206 ft. of S. 152.52 ft. of N. 808.54 ft. S. of Ry. and W. of Highway, NE'.i SW'.i 18 W. T. and J. R. Goolsby N. 119.4 ft. 1 of S!i of Lot 3, Cla.rk Addn. .28 Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Ten (10) Lula Sebastin Estate NW'.i NE'i W. of Ry 28 35 7.00 Same NEU NW'.i.... 26 40 8.00 Lot Block Allison Addition to Blrthcvlllc Lucile E. Tillman 8 1 2.80 Marshall Fuller W!S 13 4 ' 3.60 Mamie Tucker 14 5 .80 Barron & Lilly Addition to Blytheville W. T. Ingrnm 9 A 4.00 Virginia Martin S. 11 ft. 1 E .40 Same 2 E 2.80 Mrs. C. A. House 18 H 3.60 Lot 19 Lot Lot Lot 2.40 3.80 1.00 .80 7.20 7.20 .60 .95 .25 .20 1.80 1.80 .20 East 1.75 2.00 .70 .90 .20 1.00 .10 .10 .90 .25 .80 320 .80 .80 Will Smith Same Wilson's Third Addition to Blytheville Mrs. W. A. White 9 6 4.00 Elvira Cullin 1 7 1.20 First Addition to Dell P. A. Cummlngs 22 3 2.40 Same 23 3 .80 R. L. Hays Addition to Leachville James Odell Roberts WV= 10 3 2.40 V. L. Roberta E',4 10 3 2.00 Frank Stacker 11 3 3.60 Hooker Addition to Leachville Nellie Mae Terry 1 3.20 Irregular Lots in E',i NWV4 J»EM Sec. 17-15-8 — Town of Ernestine Francway 1 4.40 James Walters W'i 8 .80 Warren and Lorene Wetmore. .NH 16 2.40 Matthews Second Addition to Leachville J. L. Dortch 3 3 5.20 SO .20 .70 .90 .60 .50 .50 .10 .10 .20 .20 .20 .20 .80 .20 .20 1.00 .30 .60 .20 .60 .50 .90 Jim Madkins ' Same 2 Floyd Kimbrough 6 Same 7 Mitli.ssa Berry 3 Charley Smith H Ethel Lee and Jerry Johnson. Jr 9 3 1-80 Same 10 3 .40 BUGG ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Casey Adams E. 45 ft. less N 50 ft of W 25 ft. thereof 3 11 1.40 J. F. Rambo . 3 12 1.20 II L CHAMBERS SECOND ADDITION TO Bl.VTHEVII.LE Flovd Moran 4 1 .40 .10 Same 5 1 1.4° - 35 Pauline Thompson 6 5 40 .10 ED B. COOK SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE James Robinson 5 A .20 .05 James Battle .. . .. 6 A .20 .05 J. C. CRIN'EIi. ADDITION TO BLYTHKVILLE .45 .10 .35 .30 15 Dee Criner 10 .20 ELLIOTT ADDITION TO BLVTHIiVILLE Charlie Jones .. Addie Andrews Matlie Jackson I Mary Sledge ... Chas. King . 16 4 6 15 4 4 12 .60 .60 l.SO .60 .40 .05 ..15 .15 .45 .15 .10 .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 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .80 .25 Leachville 1.10 .25 .25 .25 .20 .60 V. L. Bogart Howard and Martha Selby 8-A 3 5.20 Matthews Third Addition to LeachvilK 1 2.40 1.30 1.30 .80 .25 .25 .25 Mary B. Steed Same E. L. Steed Same Same Same Park Addition to Leachville 7 B .80 8 B 3.60 9 B 3.60 10 B .80 .20 .25 .90 .25 .90 .25 .20 .25 19 B .80 20 B .80 Staudenmeyer Addition in Leachville Rev. Eugene Hall Eli, less B. 115 (t 10 A 4.40 Irregular Lots in Town of Manila F. C. McKemie Lot 2 B. NW-i NE!i 31-15-9 Lot Original Survey to Manila A. B. Trucks 226 17 M. O. Robertson 228 17 Wilson Bunch. Jr., E. 100 ft. of 233 17 Parkview Addition to Manila .80 2.40 2.40 .40 Mrs. Arlene Robinson Same Same Same Same Same N. 30 ft... 6 7 8 9 10 11 .40 .80 4.40 .80 .80 .80 .20 1.10 .60 .60 .10 .10 .20 1.10 .20 .20 .20 .25 .25 35 GKKKNWOOI) ADDITION TO r.I.VTHEVlLLE Sam Billings 13 1 .40 .10 .25 IIOI.LANDALE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE , Mrs. Georgia Cohea E'i 9 C 1.00 .25 .25 L. D. Man- 18 C 2.20 .55 .25 IIOLLIPETER & SHOXYO ADDITION TO BLVTIIEVII.I.E Emma Mullins 13 3 1.00 .2 - > 25 W. W. IIOLLIPETER SECOND ADD1TICN TO 1SLYTHEVILLE ; Hal Tate 18 2 .40 .10 Corrine Johnson 17 3 .40 .10 Same 18 3 .40 .10 Mose Mitchell and Louis Lewis 26 3 .40 .10 Oscar Ross 3 9 M .10 Johnnie B Cornier 19 9 .40 .10 ' Mary Alice Barnes 20 9 .40 .10 Dave Golden 9 10 .40 .10 James R. Taylor 16 10 1.40 .35 LARRY'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Nellie Davis • 8 . .40 10 LARRY'S THIRD ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Rena Bailey 9 .40 .10 LARRY'S FOURTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Eddie Relevia Gray 9 .20 .05 James and Willese Banks 31 .20 .05 LARRY'S FIFTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Henry Johnson, Jr. W 1 , 35 1.20 .30 MAYBELLE SUBDIVISION — BLYTHEVILLE J. F. Babb Less E. 50 ft. All 7 5 .60 .15 JACK MICHELLE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ellis H. Cowgill 10 1.60 .40 •ORIGINAL SURVEY TO BLYTHEVILLE Larry Davis E. 75 ft. of 25 3.00 .75 T. L. Lewis 75 2.60 .65 J. W. OWEN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE WoodroW and Hoover Woods .. 8 1.60 .40 PARK ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Joel Oilliland S. 40 ft. 1 1 1.40 .35 Jas. D. Bracken 2 1 2.20 .55 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO BLi'THEVILLE Joe T. Hughes 14 1 .40 .10 REBECCA PATTERSON SUBDIVISION — BLYTHEVILLE (1 Acre Lots of Subdivision) OlJie Harris .... N. 50 ft. of S. 100 ft. of E. 100 ft. W'/ 2 ... I 1.20 .30 SECOND REPLAT OF 1. P. PRIDE ANH GATEWAY SUBDIVISION'S TO BLYTHEVILLE Cleo Wren 15 C 2.60 .65 S.T.Ray E!i 12 O 1.40 .35 Curtis Mason 14 O 1.60 .40 Mary Etta Springfield 2 <J .40 .10 Areveal Jones Patton 26-A 1.60 .-10 EDWIN ROBINSON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 .25 .25 .25 .38 .25 Sloan's Subdivision of NEK NE'/, E. of Ry. 36-15-8 — Manila Blytheville Lumber Company's First Addition to Blytheville T. M. Harrington .. 4.40 WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS . . BABY BEDS • ROLLAWAY BEDS « USED REFRIGERATORS « USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. 112 W Maip Phon« 3-3122 Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment "c c. 'SMITH RROMUCTS co HAMBURGERS For your protection, our Hamburger Patties nre prepared and delivered fro/con by n nalionally known government inspected mcnt packing plant. A warm well-seasoned bun enhances the whole- gome deliciousness of this pure hamburger. KREAMKASTLE Walnut & Division I'hone 3-8051 DRIVE-IN Brawlcy Addition to Blytheville Jim Medkins 1 1 3.20 Same 2 1 .80 Floyd Kimbrouell 0 1 3.20 Same 7 1 .80 Miilissa Berry 3 2 3.20 Charley Smith I 4 2 • ao Ethrl Lre and Jerry Johnson, Jr. 9 3 3.60 Same 10 3 .80 HIIKS Addition lo Rlylheville Casey Arliims E. 45 ft. less N. 50 ft. of W. 2,i ft. thereof 3 11 2.80 .70 J. F. Ramlra 3 12 2.40 .60 11. L. Chambers Second Addition lo Blytheville Flovd Moran 4 I .80 .20 K:\mf 5 1 2.80 .70 Pauline Thompson 5 5 .80 .20 i:d I!, f'ook Subdivision to Blylhcville Jaine.- Robinson 5 A .40 .10 Janii's Gallic 6 A 40 .10 J. f.'. Oinrr Addition to Blylheville Uri; Criner 10 .40 .10 Klliott Addition to lllyllH-villi- Chnrlie Jonrs 5 2 1.20 .30 Artdir Andrews 16 2 1.20 .30 iVnttle Jarkson 4 4 3.60 .90 M.iry Slrrlie 6 4 1.20 .30 Clia.s King 15 12 , 80 '.20 Orcrmvood Addition (o Blythcvlllr Sam Billings 13 1 .80 .20 HoHanilalc Addition to Hlythrvillo Mrs. Oooruia Cohea , ...E' 3 n C 2.00 .50 L. D. Man- 13 C 440 1.10 Ilollipcter it Slionyo Addition to Blytheville Emma Mullins 13 3 2,00 .50 W. \\\ llollipi'lcr Second Addition to Blylhcville Hal Tale 18 2 .80 .20 Cm-rilif Johnson 17 3 .80 .20 Same 18 3 .80 .SO Mose Mitchell and Louis Lewis... 26 3 .80 .20 Oscar Ross 3 9. .80 .20 Johnnie H. Connor 19 S .ftQ .20 Mary Aliri'•Barnes 20 9 .80 .20 Dnvc C!old-ll 9 10 .80 .20 Jnmt'.s R. Taylor 16 10 2.80 .70 Larry's Second Addition to Bl.Tlhevllln Nellie Davis 6 .80 .20 Larry's Third Addition (0 Blylhrvllle Rena Bailey 9 .80 .20 Larry's Fonrlh Addition to Blylhcville Kdrtll- nml Relevla dray 9 .40 .10 Jnmes and Wlllose Banks 31 .40 .10 Larry's Fifth Addition (o Blytheville Homy Johnson, Jr W'i 35 n.-IO .60 Mavlicllc Subdivision — Blytheville J. F. Gabb LMis'E. 50 ft. All 7 5 1.20 .30 .lark Michelle Addition to Blytheville Ellis H. Cowijill 10 3.20 .80 Ordinal Survey to Blytheville T. L. Lewis 75 5.20 1.30 .1. W. Owrn Addition lo Blythtvlllc Woodrow and Hoover Woods.... I 3.30 it .25; .25 Walter and Paviline Turner Same Same Same John Barr Catherine Barr .. Lenie McGce Zilman L. White 1 2 3 9 9 10 10 2 12 13 1.40 .40 .40 2.40 1.60 1.80 1.80 1.80 SUNNYSIDE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 .25 .25 .25 Freddie McKemie 3-B .40 .10 Don W. Hall W. 148 ft. of E. 536 ft 6-B 2.80 .70 .25 Freddie McKemie 3-0 2.00 .50 .25 West End Subdivision to Manila Delia McCrew 5-C 3.60 .90 .25 Williford and Garrison Addition to Manila Emmett Jackson 1 1 2AO .60 .25 Viola Beal 6 1 .80 .20 .25 Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree for taxes and costs due the Plaintiff on each and every separate tract and parcel of land and on each and every separate lot and block, as is set out in said decree for which said property is delinquent as aforesaid, for Levee Taxes for the year 1954. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on this the 14th day of November, 1955. (Seal) OERALDINE LISTON Commissioner in Chancery IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT. PLAINTIFF vs. No. 12,955 LACY ADAMS, ET AL, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS, DEFENDANTS COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner in compliance with the terms of a certain decree rendered on the 29th tiny of June. 1955, by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba District, Arkansas, in the following cause, to-wit: Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee District, Vs. Lacy Adams, Et Al, and Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots and Blocks, No. 12.955 will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at the front door of the Courthouse in the City of Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the nth day of December, 1955, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, the following described real estate: Total Tar Added Xame Part of Section Sec. Acres Tax Penalty Penalty TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NORTH, RANGE NINE (9) EAST Mrs. H. D. Robinson NW'/i NE'4 W. of Levee 4 35 3.50 .88 .25 ! Same E>i NE'/ 4 NW',:, 4 2Q 3.00 .50 .25 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE EIGHT (8) EAST Bill and Mary Lampton E. of Mamie Tucker Same Same Same Same 1.20 .40 1.40 1.80 1.20 .35 .10 .10 .60 .40 .45 .45 .45 .30 .10 .35 .45 .30 WEST END SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Leonard W. and .............. Rosie Lee Littlejohn ........ ,. 22 2 1.60 .40 WILHITE SUBDIVISION TO BLITHEVILLE Carter and Gammill .......... 6 1.00 .25 Same ........ W. 40 ft. 7 1.00 .25 WILSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Robert Sims Same Sam Billings Augusta Sullivan T. T. R. Carr Same Richard Palmer . Will Smith Same 3 10 11 5 5 .20 .20 .40 .40 .40 .40 1.60 .40 .40 .05 .05 .10 .10 .10 .10 .40 .10 .10 WILSON'S THIRD ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mrs. W. A. White Elvira Cullin 9 6 2.00 .50 1 7 .60 .15 FIRST ADDITION TO DELL P. A. Cummings 22 3 1.20 .30 Same 23 3 .40 .10 R. L. HAYS ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE James Odell Roberts W" 2 10 3 1.20 .30 V.L.Roberts E'i 10 3 1.00 .25 Frank Blocker 11 3 1.80 .45 HOOKER ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Nellie Mae Terry . 1 1.60 .40 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .55 M M .25 .25 .15 .25 .25 .55 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 IRREGULAR LOTS IN E',4 NV/% NE'/i SEC. 17-15-8 — LEACHVILLE Ernestine Francway ....... ... 1 2.20 .55 J.ames Walters ........... WVi 8 .40 .10 Warren and Lorene Wetmore ...... N' 2 ' 16 1.20 .30 MATTHEWS SECOND ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE J. L. Dortch .................. 3 3 2.60 .65 V. L. Bogart ................... 8-A . 3 2.60, .65 MATTHEWS THIRD ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Howard and Martha Selby 4 1 1.20 PARK ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE S. 70 ft. SE Honey Cypress Slough ... Floyd Henry . . E', 2 SE'/i S. & E. of Ditch James Walters .... N. 5 Acres Lot 1 SWA, E. of Ry. Lot 31 1.20 1.90 .50 .30 .13 .25 .25 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE NINE (9) EAST Sherman Paul N'i NW 1 ,:, SW'.i 8 ,20 2.00 .50 .25 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE ELEVEN (11) EAST Aggie Morris and Zula Bryeans Lot 6 of .. E. 10 Acres, SWVt SW',i .. « Lot .40 .10 .25 Harold Thompson Jr. S. 75 ft. of N, 527.8 ft. of .. E. 150 ft. S. of Hy. No. 18 .. and W. of Promised Land Road In W',s Lot 8, .. NE',:, 15 Lot 3.60 .90 .25 Dr N. G. Jerome E. 20(i ft. of S. 152.52 ft. of N. 808.54 ft. S .25 .25; .35 of Ry. and W. of High- .. way, NE': ( SW.4 . T. and J. R. Goolsby N. 119.4 ft. of S'.i of Lot 3 Clark Addition 16 Lot 3.60 .80 .10 .25 .25 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NORTH, RANGE TEN (10) EAST Lula Sebastin Estate NW'A NE'/! W. ot Ry. ..... Same NE'/i NW'A 25 35 3.50 .88 26 40 4.00 1.00 Lot Block ALLISON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVII.I.F. Lucile E. Tillman 8 1 1.40 .35 Marshall Fuller W',4 13 4 l.M M Mamie Tucker 14 S .40 .10 RARRON * LILLY ADDITION TO BLYTHKVILLK W. T. InRram i A 2.00 .50 Virginia Murtlo 8. 11 ft. 1 X M .05 .25 .25 .25 .95 .35 Mary N. Steed Same .... E. L. Steed Same Same Same 9 10 19 20 B B B B B B .40 1.80 1.80 .40 .40 .40 .30 .10 .45 .45 .10 ..10 .10 STAL'DENMF.YER ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Rev. Eugene Hall less E. 115 ft 10 A 2.20 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF MANILA F, C. McKemie Lot 2 B, NW)i NEH 31-15-9 Lot .40 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO MANILA A. B. Trucks 226 17 1.2H M. O. Robertson 228 17 1.20 Wilson Bunch, Jr. . E. 100 ft. of 233 17 .20 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO MANILA Mrs. Arlene Robinson N. 30 ft. of 6 Same Same ......................... Same ......................... Same ............. >. ........... Same .................... SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION OF NE'/, .20 .40 2.20 ,40 .40 .40 .55 .10 .30 .30 .05 .05 .10 .55 .10 .10 .10 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .55 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 NEW E. OF RY. 36-15-8 — MANILA Freddie McKemie .............. 3-B ' .20 .05 .25 Same ......................... 3-C 1.00 .25 .25 Don W. Hall W. 148 ft. of E. 563 ft ....... 8-B' 1.40 .35 .J5 WEST END SUBDIVISION TO MANILA Delia McCraw 5-C 1.80 .45 .35 WILLIFORD & GARRISON ADDITION TO MANILA Emmett Jackson .............. 1 1 1,20 .30 .25 Viola Bcal .,: ..... ;..; ........ 6 1 .40 .10 .25 Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree for taxes and cost! due the Plaintiff on each and every .separate tract and parcel of land and on each and every separate iot and block, as Is set out in said decree for which said property Is delinquent as Aforesaid, for Tributary Tuxes, for the year 1954. WITNESS my hand »nd the seal o! said Court on this the 14th day of November, 1955. SEAL. , OERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner In Chunctry.

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