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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEV1LLE (ASK.)' COURIER NEWI TUESDAY, DECEMBER «, 1955 New Civilian Army: Tec/i Reps' Playing Vital Role In Keeping Machine Operating By DOUGLAS LARSEN" NBA Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON — (NBA) — A new corps of elite, highly- trained civilian technicians has grown up in the U. S. armed forces. INSIDE — Tech Raps 3-36 The group has rescued Uie services from the dangers of high turnover of technically trained GIs. Its members are vital to keeping the TJ. S. machine operating around the world. They're training servicemen to handle and maintain the intricate modern weapons of war. And they're helping to improve American weapons. The most-used name for these men is "tech rep." They're representatives of the U. S. firms which supply arms to the service. Uncle Sam spends about 1125,000,000 a year for the services of about 7,000 tech reps. The bill is going, up and the number of men increasing as weapns become more complex. Abiut 75 per cent of the tech reps work with electronic equipment. But this covers every weapon field from tanks to anti-submarine warfare devices. And almost every other new item of equipment or supply, from escalators on aircraft car-j riers to new types of frozen foods, requires some help from tech reps. Because Philco Corp. supplies tech reps on training and maintenance problems for other equipment as well as their own it has the biggest program. The firm has about I 2.000 men in the U. S. and around the world with the services. There are Philco men in the frozen Arctic I this winter, for example, helping to ' build the new radar warning line there. • • • Boeing Aircraft. General Electric, Allison, Sperry, Republic Aviation and KCA are just a few of the U. S. firms with large programs. The mission of the program is threefold. Tech reps help train troops in the proper maintenance of new equipment. They provide continuity of maintenance standards td counteract the turnover of military personnel. And they work with the troops to improve and iron out bugs in arms and equipment. These men work under several types of contracts. But basically the government pays the private firms for the various services they perform. The firms pay the men be- 1 First Phase of Virginia's New Segregation Law Gets Approval RICHMOND, Va. to — The first phiise oi Virginia's 2 • pronged scheme for avoiding compulsory racial integration in public schools has been endorsed by the state Leg- isUimre. Now it soes before the jH'ople. Put .simply, it calls for amendment of the state constitution so ihat public money may be spent for the private education, of children whose parents do not wish to send them to integrated schools. Whether to summon a constiiu- New Portrait Of Washington Coming to U.S. NEW YORK '#>— A new portrait of George Washington has been brought back to the United States after an absence of half a century, it was revealed Sunday. The portrait was done in water colors by Archibald Robertson, a young Scoi, in December 1791 and January 1792, when Washington was almost 60. The likeness is a miniature on ivory. Robertson also did a companion piece of Washington's wife Martha. John P. Fleming, a New York dealer in rare books and manu- tional convention to make such an amendment will be the question before the voters in a statewide referendum Jan. 9. The second phase of Virginia's so- called "program of escape" from the Supreme Court's decision outlawing public school segregation probably will come before the Legislature at its regular session next month. It would authorize local school authorities to assign pupils to schools on various grounds other than race — health or aptitude, for example. Neat Thief HOUSTON, Tex. M J >~Tenants ot t\vo homes said a man lold them he had been hired by the landlord io tear down their chimneys. They said he carefully dismantled one chimney and half of another and hauled away 4,000 bricks in a pickup truck. The landlord, Sam L. Campise, asked police to find the thief. He said he hadn't hired him. scripts, recently purchased them in France from descendants of the Robertson family. F!.eming said the portrait of Washing ion is the best known of him when he had begun "to wane and iad lost his teeth.' Washington died in 1796 at the ace of 67. "TECH REPS" IV THE FIELD supervise niaintemiiu'c of a tank transmission. The civilian experts here wear white jumpers. hired by the services. With the increased use of complex guided missiles, the number will be forced to grow. The corps could even become the size of several Army divisions, a Pentagon spokesman admits. One of the answers lo checking this growing civilian branch of U. S. forces, experts feel, is to pay more to the men in uniform who do work comparable to that of tech reps. tween $500 and S800 a month, Teoli reps are not controlled by military law and regulations. But they must satisfy the military commander under whom they work to keep their jobs. The Department of Defense now has a crew'of experts trying to find out exactly how many tech reps nre Fewer Farms In Arkansas WASHINGTON (#) — The numbe. , of Arkansas farms decreased 20.5 ; per cent from 1950 to 1954. j A Census Bureau report released; Saturday showed that .the perccnt-'i age of decrease in the number of; farms in the nation was 11.1. j Only four states had a higher • percentage of decrease than Arkan-i sas. Maine's 23.0 per cent was the! sharpest drop. | The report said there were 5,382.162 farms in 1950 and 4,782,393- in 1954. I WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! H UBBARD H AR DWARE Sams Whiskey Store NEXT DOOR TO RAZORBACK Blytheville's Most Convenient Drive-ln Liquor Store Always Plenty of Parking Space Open 'til 12:30 a.m. Nightly PACKAGE BEER TO TAKE HOME Your Business Appreciated Pciping Says US 'Germ Generals' Have Gone Mad TOKYO •(*) — Peiping radio last night charged ''Washington germ generals have gone mad" and are plotting to "sicken or kill & large percentage of the peoples of other countries." The propaganda broadcast, quot* ing the official Red newspaper. People's Daily, said Army Secretary Wilber Brucker' recently ordered the Army Chemical Corps extended and reorganizd "to develop the agents and weapons for chemical, biological, and radiological warfare to the fullest that human mind can encompass." War Games Come to End maneuver director, signaled an en« of hostilities at 6 p.m. yesterday. Read Courier News Classifitd A4». Good Old Days WALNUT CREEK, Calif. f.^>—Al Morgan, a dairy ranch owner, lived again "the good old days" during a 22-hour power failure—and didn't like it. His 56 cows had to be milked, and he hadn't milked a cow by land in 15 years. It took Morgan, a hired man, a neighbor and Morgan's, father-in-law four hours to ;et the job done. FO* BOATING, , FAMILIES J '**»»*. ^ BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. 118 E. Main Ph. 3-4404 • JOHNtON HA-IMMMt * e«IAT '5* MOOill FROM 1 TO »0 Mf • MATS » A COMPltTt UNI Of MAVINI IOUIPMIMT Johnson SEA HORSES >o» DEPEND.,,,...,, FT. POLK. La. 'J'l — Exercise Sagebrush got the troops out of the trenches in plenty of time for, Christmas. i The shooting phase ot the nation's first. atomic war games ended I Sunday night when umpires decided | the United States troops had sue- 1 cessfully turned back an invasion by aggressor forces. For more than three weeks, 110,000 Army troops and 30.000 Air Force personnel spread simulated atomic havoc over seven million acres oJ western Louisiana in the largest war games since World War II. ga . Oen. O. P. Weylnnd. commander of the Tactical Air Command and THI out or HEARING Brighten t he liff of a hnid-ot- (waring friend or loved one for only $50! Visit or phone today for complete informilion. It* •o ea§» . .. io thouchtfutf .MRS. H. L. HARP 910 W. Walnut Phone 3-4448 . Little Bo Peep Rooted Hgir ElFI S . Meet Drnifus W. Wear Diamonds 31B MST MAL\ ST. 19.37 3.72 4.5' 30.11) 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. - linquent. WILLIAM BERRYMAN Sheriff & Ex-officio Collector. Subscribed and sworn to before me this. 14th day of November, 1955. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County Clerk. SCHOOt, DISTRICT 2 OUT — Total Tax, Penalty Name and Costs Bledsoe, Mrs. J. J 16.74 Brooks, Rev. Clay 16.74 Densmore, Floyd E 36.04 Echols, Theo 15.02 Hamm, Brent Allen 17.31 Johnson, Cecil C 11.81 Kifer, Alton 37.18 Lewis, Wesson 95.48 Macias, Jesus 2.87 Stevenson. Raymond 8.24 Wilkerson, James C 2.16 School District 5n Abbott, Clinton E. Abbott, Clinton L. Adams. Lafayette Adams, Roger Lee Akin, Jeff 8.75 Akin, VeLma Alridge, Clarence Alexander, Lifje Ali'ord, Paul Allen. Berry Allen, B. J. Allen, B. J. Jr. 22.05 Allen. James 18.70 Allens'.vorth. W. A. Alii.son, Rul"i;s Sr. 6.06 Anderson, Jim 4.57 Anderson, John D. 19.70 Ankgtion, Hugh Eddie 8.35 Anthony, Arthur 15.35 Arnold, Ada Arnold, James 5.40 Arnold, Jimnue Lee 9.59 Arnold, Lovell 7.0? Arnold. Rilcy 9.59 Azbell. Vallie 8.75 Ash. Ed 5.40 Ashby. Frank H. 24.06 Ashcraft, Mrs. Thelma 25.50 Atkins. J. D. 7.07 Atterbury, B','ss W. 25.50 Austin & Wicker 67.36 Avis, Bill Azbell, Arnold J. 25.50 Babb, J. P. 20.71 Baglcy, Rn. Hoy D. 18.70 Bailey, B. O. 37.10 Bailey, Y. A. 7.50 Baker, Arthur J. 7.07 Baker, Don 7.07 Baker, Mrs. L. B. 17.36 Baker, Virginia E. Z2.38 Baldwin, Odcll 4.57 Banks, Ruth 8.75 Barker, John 7.07 Barnes, J, B. 10.00 Barrett, Allen 18.81 Bates, Emma 5.40 Bates, Jeff U.37 Battle, Luther 7.07 Baugh, Russell 25.91 Baughman, Robert L. 26.50 Beat, William 9.59 Bear, William 40.45 Beard, William L. 22.71 Bearden, L. L. 7.07 Beaugaxd, Troy 11.97 Beecham, Edward 7.SO Belew, Paul ».51 Bclisle. Martha 4..S7 Belknap. R. O. Jr. 20.69 Bell Jack P. 22.05 Bell, Will 15.35 Bennethum. Lois 8.75 Bench, Millard 10.84 Benelleld. C. 9.59 Bennett, Lucy 4.57 Bennett; Willie & Eugenia 11.67' Beshearst 1 , Howard Biffin, Charlie Birmingham, Mrs. C. S. Birmingham- & Sons Giiraye Birmingham, Robert A. Birmingham. Toney 1. Bishop, Waller Billintsley, Charley Blackard, Marshall Blackburn N. C. Jr. Blakemore, Wade Blackwell. George Blnkely, B. M. Blanchard, A very Blanchard, Charles Blanchard. Virginia Blossom. Helen Blytheville Glass Co. Bogan. Charles Bohanon, Hudson Bohanon, Mike Bolding, J. M. Boles, Charles Bonner, Kate Book, Arthur J. Booker, Jimmy Booker, W. W. Boone, John A. Boles, Bertha Boswell, J. W. 18.701 Bourzikas, Theodore L. 19.03 i Bowie. Moses ioyett, Fred Jr. Bovett, Jesse B. Gammon, Luther Campbell, Aubrey Campbell, Grover 15.35 Campbell. Son " "" Campbell, W. M. Cannon. Jav H. Cantrell, Bill Cannon, Earl E. Canvas Products Co. 7.071 Caraway. T. H. 5.40 Carney. Mrs. Joe 16.01 Carr, Marion S. Carney. Vance Carter. H. L. Carthon, James A. 2).6a j Carthon, 4.57 j Canithers, Mamie 5.40! Cask, Isiah 21.04 I Castle. Jack 5.40 Cavasher, Will 1C.011 Caviness. N. W. Chamberlain, Robert G. Chambers, Wesley Chandler. Siminie Cherry, Willie 5.401 Darrough, Donald 4.57 | Davis, Joe Jr. Davis. Basil Davis, Dewcy E. Davis. Ed O. Davis, Elnora 6.66 Davis, James T. 5.82 Davis, Larry C. Davis, Raymond Davis, Robert 4.57 Davis. Roosevelt 8.75 DeCamer. Gene 15.35 Dean, John 7.07 Dean. Robert F. 20.71 Dcavor, Robert C. 5.40; Decanter. Morris C. 5.40, Dee. David 5.40 i Deen, Douglaa 17.03 Delta Maid 22.05 17.03 25.50 10.84 5.40 Fondren. H. J. Forbes, Delia Ford, Mildred Forshee, W. N. Fowler. Pruitt Fox. Mildred 18.03 ! Franklin,- Rev. C. 23.73 | Franklin, Floyd & Johnny Mae 10.00 5.40 4.57 20.71 23.73 21.38 10.84 18.37 Franklin, Bobbie Franks, Emily Frayser, D. M. Freeman. Walter French, Willie Frison. Jaaies Frounfelter, Donald Boyll. A. L. Brackin, James D. Bradley, Gene E. 8.75 Brasfiekl, J. C. 5.40 j Brasanell, Thomas C. 37.43! Brents. Donna 39.44 Brewer. Dr. W. F. Bridgewaler, Ben . Brittian, Cecil D. 51.46! Brock. Jimmie Brode, William L. "Bill" Brooks, Edward Brooks, Lee Brookshire, George Brown, Aaron 5.40! Brown, Andrew Brown, Bill Brown, James Chas. Brown, J. E. Brown, James E. Brown, Jimmie Loe Brown, John Henry Brown, Kozie Brown, L. R. Brown, Roger Brown, Tom D. Jr. Brown, Tom Sr. 5.40 30.10 18.03 17.70 5.40 3.72 4.57 15.35 6.24 9.59 17.03 8.75 5.40 23.73 4.57 7.07 18.70 10.42 24.06 20.37 10.84 22.38 20.37 18.70 10.42 M.06 7.07 10.84 37.10 5.40 7.07 Chlldres, C. E. Childress. Christine Chikls, Dave Chlltls, Dave Clare, H. F. Clark, Elmer W. Clark, Ida Clark, Nathaniel Clay. Clyde Clay, George Clay, Ruby Clay, Willie Mae Clayton, Rev. c. A. Clnrk. Carl demons. Roy Cocnran. Harold or Donald Springer Cockle, C. F. Cohoon. Mrs. Charles Coffey, Jame.s Y. Cdldthnrpe, Wan-en 5.40 Do Nut Shop Deluxe Cleaners Denson, Delmur j Denny, Lewis E. Demon, Sterling H. Deskin, H. T. 28.85 | Dickerson, William Dillard, Albert DiUard, John Dingles. William Dinner Bell Cafe Dixie Lunch Cafe Dixon, James L. 7.07 40.45 28.85 . Coleman, Eugene H. 24.061 Brown, Thomas J. "=="' Brown, Willie Clay Brownson. Dr. J. F. Bryant, Woodrow Bullincr, Esther Builoch, Willie Mae Bunch, A. C. Burgess, A. D. Burks, Put. R. Burnham, Chester Burns, Mayburn Burr, Tom Shannon Burton, Don Burton, R. O. Bush, C. W. Butler, C. F. Butler, Hattie Butler, Otis Bynum, Margaret Byrn, Albert M. Caddies, Jactaon 15.35| coleman, Jess 24.01) | Coleman. Roy D - 40 Collins, Darling Colston, W. C. Conklin, Woodrow Conally. Thad R Conely, Freddie Conley, Tommy Bert Conyers. Nath Cook. Clyde Cook, Hosie L. Cook. Paul E. Cookc. M. C. Jr. Cooper, Raymond Cooper. Woodrow Corbett, James Cordell, R. V. Corey, Mi's. C. S. Cockran, Lexie ! Cotton, L. V. Cotton, W. F. Counts, William Cousin, Leroy &, Louise Cowlcy, George Cox. Robert Earl Cox. S. B. Craig, Mrs. Dave Craig, Hershel] D. Crawford. Willie Crawford, Ann Crawford, Bobby G. 27.51) 18.70 18.03 10.84 20.71 7.07 18.70 5.40 7.07 16.01 7.50 17.70 17.36 36.43 5.40 3.72 22.38 20.71 4.57 5.40 4.57 5.40 5.41 17.31) 28.8f 7.07 24.' 15.3n 29.69 25.91 8.75 24.06 39.11 10.42 I 4.57 22.05 8.75 17.03 12.10 73.65 10.84 5.40 15.68 8.75 30.il 7.07 8.75 17.03 5.40 6.66 4.57 8.75 22.71 10.42 21.04 Cagle, Mr. and Mr«. c. W. 4.57 16.01 Cnldwcll, A. J. Callahan, Fred Calvert, Sherman Calvin, Studio Loren* Calvia, Roy W. 28.80 18,70 22.71 Cwwford, Carlos Crawford, Mary Crecclius, Lloyd Crcnshaw, Josh Crews, Loy Crim, W. T. Criner, Demetrft Crittenden, Joe Croft, Paul Crouch, Roy Crump, Larson B. Gillian, Jack Cunningham, Bob Curry, Jamca Currle, J. H. DainCNWOi'th, Dennia Danlcli, Larry Dnnlcln, Ruby Darr, Edwuln E. 4.57 17.70 9.59 16.36 4.57 10.84 5.40 5.40 8.75 7.91 10.84 15.35 25.50 3.72 25.50 10.84 16.01 7.07 8.75 16.01 25.05 29.69 20.71 30.51 ».7i 7.07 7.07 15.35 22.71 7.07 5.V) 18.70 29.69 7.07 18.70 7.07 7.91 18.70 18.70 5.U2 Dixon, John Freeman 20 37 18.70 11.67 20.37 17.70 5.40 17.70 10.42 3.30 8.75 29.60 2J.50 15.35 6.C6 19.03 8.75 5.40 10.84 25.50 Farrar, H. L. 7.07 j Gaddis, Nathaniel Gambill. Johnnie Gammons, Jewel Dixon, Troy Donnerson, P. J. 8.75 6 - 40 j Doan, John H. 5 - 40 podson, Hugh 42 - 4 ° t Dodson, Leo C. .'••"loodson, O. D. - i Donnerson, Henry j Doss. Fi'ank 4 5T Doyle, Addie B. 35.751 Drive in Liquor Store 7.07 Dunn. Mans Dunn, Leon Dunavant, Alton Duncan, Charles J. Duncan, Frank Dunklin, Alma Dunn, Isiah Jr. Dye, Ralph Dyer, Edward Eads, Noata Eatinon, J. D. Edgmon, Thomas J. Edwards. Gerald Lee Elkins, George E. Elder, B. F. Elkins, Murl Ellen's Cafe Ellis, C. D. Ellis, Eva June. Ellis, Fulton Ellis, Leslie Ellis, R. A. Ellis, Robert E. Emery Sally Essary, N. B. Estes, Joe Evans, Roscoe Evatt, Hollis A. Ewing, John Falrfleki, Earnest Fane, Pearl Fanning, Everett Fant, Ed Farrell, Bernard H. Fnrrimond, William Fan-is, J, E. Farrington, Paul M. Pnrrar, H. L. Paylor, Lyle W. Ferguson, Arden Pcrguson, J. M. Fields, J. C. Fish, Junior Fisher, Bcrtord Fisher, D. W. Fisher, R. L. Fisher, William P. Gann, E. W. Gardner, R. C. Gardner, Thomas 8.75 11.28 7.07 7.07 35.75 5.40 10.84 10.42 22.38 43.00 37.7 : 25.50 17.03 7.07 Garner, James or Harvey 6.66 Garner, Lawrence Garner, Mildred Garrett, W. R. Garrott & Lore Gean, R. H. Gean, R. V. Gentry, Inez Geurin, Neal Gibson, Melvin Gilbert, L. G. Gilmcr, Mrs. O. M. Gipson, Jay Glenco Hotel Glenn, James Glover. J. W. Goff. Paul L. Godfrey, Irvin Gold Crest Beer Dist. Co. Goodman, Herbert Goodman, Johnny Goodman, Lawrence Gopdrum, James E. &; Helen Gordon. Leonard Gordon, Lucy Gordon, Tea 7.07 I Gourley, H. C. 4,5V i Gracey. Momel! Graham. Herbert 18.70 10.8-1 12.10 25.91 7.07 11.36 3.72 5.40 8.75 7.07 4.57 27.59 22.38 7.07 5.40 28.01 11.67 39.11 45.14 8.75 36.75 43.80 10.00 25.50 27.17 ' 7.07 17.70 16.01 25.50 4.57 26.50 Fltlhllgh, Rev. Will. J. 26.50 Floyd, W. F. Pleeman, Bennle Fl£x, Baby M. Flowcra, Neely Flowert, agt. RoW. R. Flyrai, J. H. 26'.50 20.B9 21.04 30.51 11.70 14,40 Graves, Arthur Graves. R. W. Gray, Fannie Gray, William It Green, Earl Green, Enna Le« Green, James Green, John E. Green, L. C. Green, Mrs, R. E. Green, Ted Green, Thurman Greene, R. E. Gregory, Vernon Griffin, Rex Griggs, John H. Grimes, Harry F. Jr. Grimes, S, F. Gunter, Mr. or Mr«. Gurnow, Oliver Guyton, Jtinie Halfacre. Mrs. Cuba Hull., Albert Hall. Charles R. Hall, George O. Hall, Mrs. Henderson Hall, Henry Hall, Ralph Halsell, Melvin Hamm, Joseph Hnmond, Harvey Haney, Chnrlie Hancy, p, T. Harbcr, W. A. Jr. Harper, FJntnr Harrell, Busby Harrington, John Harrington. Melllt Harris, Alvls Han-Is, Annie MM > Harris, Aulcie Harris, Jlmmto HarrU, Mn. LM 58.99 ' 15.35 21.04 17.03 18.70 30.51 18.70 4.57 8.75 4.57 84.11 24.06 17.03 10.00 7.07 25.60 25.50 15.35 5.40 .TO.al 17.03 4.57 5.40 58.99 20.37 40.45 7.91 8.75 5.40 36.75 16.59 5.40 21.04 15.35 19.37 5.40 23.73 11.67 35.75 24.06 17.03 Harris, Robert J. Jr. Harris, Susie Harrison, Robert J. Harvey, Cleveland Harvey, j. B. -. Hatchel, Glover Hatley, Leslie Hay, Mel Hay, Wallace Hayden, Ellis Hayes, Cecil Haynes, Charles A. Heer, W. O. Jr. Helsley, Dee Hendrix, W. E. Henry Manole Henson, Fred L. Henson, George J. Herron. Lynwood S. Hill, Fred Hill. Otis Billiard. Pat Hillls, Houston Hinson, Charles Hinton, dura Hill, Calvin Honeycutt, James D. Honeycutt, Lillie Hopper, Chester L. Hopson, Mary Homer, Alvertis Hockenhull Cafe Hodge, H. M. Hodge, B. Sr. Hodge, Mrs. R. B. Hodges, Mildred Hodges, W. E. Hogue, Floyd Holbrook, Charles W. Holder, Arthur Holder, Everett Holder, Everett Le« Holder, Jennie Holifield, Johnnie Holman, J. W. Holmes, Hulon Holt, U. H. Hosteller. Orien or Ruth House, C. A. House of Charm House, J. T. House, Nettie V. House, Mrs. W. O. Houston, A. M. Houston, Rev. A. M. Hoy, Odell Howard, Elnora Howard, Jim Howard, Joe Howerton, Clyde Hoy, Charlie Httey, Fred Huey, Robert Hughes, Gertrude Hughes, James Hughes, Mrs. J. H. Hughes, Joe 8.75 24.73 5.40 15.35 5.40 19.37 26.50 25.30 22.05 19.C3 3.72 ! 22.00 4.9S 24.06 29.68 6.66 35.7S 5.40 10.84 4.57 5.40 22.05 23.73 17.03 24.06 17.03 10.84 5.40 22.71 20.37 9.59 21.04 Johns, Sam Johnson, Arthur Johnson, Ben Johnson, Dee Johnson, Joe C. Johnson, Johnnie J. Johnson, Lavada Jones Johnson, Lillian • Johnson, Myrtle Johnson, Ned Johnson, 0. C. Johnson, Ralph E. Johnson, Thomas Jr. Johnson, Leroy Johnson. Minnie Johnston, Robert D. Johnston. C. E. Jones, Bill Jones, Dallas Jones, Harold A. Jones, H. B. Jones, Isaac Jones, J. A. Jones, Jimmie C. Jones, John M. Jones, 1 Josephine Jordan, Paul Jordan, Webster Joyner, F. B. Judd, Carl Julian, Doris Karr, Roland Keeling, Cecil Keeton, Katie Kelly. Carrie Ic James Kelly, Juanita Kellick, Tom Kelinck, William C. Kennedy, William P. Kettinger. C. B. * Ruby Key, William P. Key, William S. King, Jessie W. Killinsworth, Arlin Killings-worth, R. J. Killingsworth, R. T. Kinibrough, Eddie Mae 8.75 213.911 Lucas, Anna 8.35 i Lucas, E. E. 37.10 j Lumpkin. W. H. 4.57 Lusk. Cecil 15.011 McAdoo, Helen 17 36 McAdso, Johnny B. McAllister, Walter McBride, Mrs. James 7.07 i McBride, Mary Nell • 4.57 McBride, W..L. 7.07 McCanless, Kennie McClain, J. B. MCClue, C. C. Jr. McCool, Glenn A, McCormick, Bill 29.69 j McDermott. Charles McElroy,' James McGar-rity. C. R. 4.57 I Northern, Marie 7.07 O'Bannon, James 35.75 O'Bannon, W. H. 15.68 j O'Daniels. Sam 19.70 1 Oelson, O. N. 20.37 Oliver, Roxie 4.57 j Olsen. Mary Jo 16.01 1 O'Neal. Bonnard E. 18.70; (Drain. E. 28.42 j Ousley, Bennie 4.57 5.40 28.01 29.69 8.75 19.03 , Outlaw, Neil Packett. Charles L. Pack, Aubrey Pack. N. L. Painter, Kathryn McGhee, Joe L. McGregor, Cafe, Eddie 19.37 Pn]m Sllsie 10 - 42 I Pankey, Martin 21 - 04 ! Pankey, Sid ' I Parker . Evalina McGregor. Edward Mclnnes, E. R. 3 72 i Mclntyre, Joe D. 20.71 j McKay, Phillip 3.72 ! McKenuy, Clemmie 7.07 I McKinney, Bill 5.40 17.70 27.17 18.70 i 1Q T7 McKinney, Esaw McKissie, Lonnie McKennedy, John McKissie, John 19.37 McMorrow, .James 11.26 I McMurtry, Milton 10.42 j McNair, Fred 7 07 i McNamee, Winbow H. 7.07 ! McNeil, S. J. Jr. 17.03 Mack, Rev. M. D. . 22.05 i Mack, Samuel 28 011 Malone, Inez 17.03 ! Mahan, H. W. 8.75 j Manley, Geo. C. Jr. 20.37 i Manning, Carrol 24.06 22.05 22.71 29.69 3.72 20.37 4.57 8.75 15.01 6.66 4.57 29.69 15.35 8.75 7.07 29.69 4.57 Parker, James R. Parker, Monroe Parker, Vance Parrish, Charles a. Parish, J. H. Parrish, Gene Partridge, Lewis J. Parrtsh, Charles T. Patch, W. L. Pate, Carl F. Pate, Clarence Patton, Clyde W. Patton, W. D. Patton's Cafe, Sam Payton, Clem Peck. W. W. Peeples, Bonnie Jean Penn, Gene - -----40 45 ! Pennington, James C. ' , 8 ' 70 ; Perkins, O. J. 9.59 7.07 17.70 29.66 Kimbrpugh, Floyd Jr. Kincaid, Archie .. ,. i King, A. M. D< - B '! King, Charlie 7-07 King, Clifford E. °" King/Edgar King, Frances 5.40 Kirby, Emlnett 5.40 ! Kirley, W. C. Kirkland, Bill J. Knight, Tom Knox, Joseph Koonce, Max T. Lambert, Billy Lambert, Ira Sr. Landrum, Franklin Landon, Jack Landrum, Bill or Ellen Landrum, W. E. Lane, Easter Lane, Harry H. 5 ' 82 | Hughes, Joe T. Hughes, Laura 3.72 18.70 5.40 4.57 5.40 10.00 3.72 22.05 8.75 7.07 17.03 25.50 7.07 4.51 5.40 18.70 22.05 3.72 15.35 U.37 4.57 7.07 11.03 1.40 Hughey, Drew Humes, Jessie Humphrey, Billy Hunt, Cairo Hunter, Lorene Hunter, Riella K. Isaac, Mrs. M. A. Ivey, Bessie P. .. Jackson, Roosevelt , 25.50 5.40 7.07 16.3« 35.75 24.06 5.40 1C.«9 33.73 5.40 37.58 7.07 19.03 17.03 5.40 39.69 . 7.07 ..8.75 Jackson, H. C 10.42 Jackson. Edward T 7.07 Jackson, Lucius Jackson, stonewall .. .. 4.57 . 5.40 Jacques, Robert E 20.37 James, Alma .. James, Eula Mae .. .. James, J. L 1.75 . 7.07 .24.06 Janoway, Ethel * Yah 10.84 Jarrell, M. 'S. Jarrett, Bertha Jarrett, Harold Jelters, J. D. Jefferson, Wllli* Jenkins, Austin Jenkins, Leona Jerome, Or. N, O. Joe, Emma Le* 2».«9 7.07 21,04 7.07 16.01 10.42 5.40 M.14 1.40 15.68 40.4! 7.0' 24.40 42.45 8.75 22.71 18.70 15.35 5.40 4.57 5.40 18.70 5.40 8.75 2J.38 Langley, James MiltOD 19.37 Langston, Simon Lawson, Margie 15.01 7.91 Lawrence, W. C. (Billy) 10.84 Lawrence, Sisroe Layne, Eugene Lee, Ben Lee, Donald Lee, M. C. Lendennie. Louii Lest«r, Ayre E. Lewis, Olen Lewis, Rev. T. L. Lessley, Ruby Lewis. Tlwmai Lilly. News Lipford. Charles Little, D. L. LloTd-Steadmin Pert. Lloyd, Ula- Long, Carl R. Long, Mrs. John Long, N. L. Loughary, Cecil Low, If. H. Love, liaae . Lovelund, Mrv H. D. Lovel«dr, WUbur ' Lovell,.IU» Lowtrj, Frank 7.07 8.75 4.57 10.84 15.50 18.70 1084 «3.19 22.05 19.37 I.7S 4.57 40.45 30.37 4.57 9.51 1S.M f.M 17.70 ».40 Marsh, Frances Martin, Henry & Ardene Martin, Joe D. 3.72 Martin, Mrs. Joe 7.01 Martin, Mary 5.40 Martin, Newton B. 29.69 Martin, Victor 91.65 Mason, Curtis 11.26 Mason, Johnnie 5.82 Matthews, Clay 25.91 Mathts. Rev. Harvey 15.35 Matthews, Dan E. 11.67 Maxwell, Raymond 22.05 Mayes, Albert 7.07 Mays, Ser. Station, Jack 4.57 Mead, Diana May 37.77 Meadows, Charles E. 5.40 Meadows. W. C. 18.70 Melton. Rev. J. H. 22.05 Meriweather, George 8.75 Merzell, Willie 20.71 Meyers, Mrs. Harry O. Jr. 10.42 Mick, Billy 2.46 Mick, Jack D. 19.37 Mick, Louis M. 29.69 Michael, J. R. 4.57 Miller, Dorothy 5.40 Miller, F. M. 22.71 Mills, Ethel 5.40 Minyard, W. H. 40.45 Mitchell, Carl 17.36 Mitchell, J. C. 18.70 Mitchell, .Lee 10.84 Mixon, W. A. 10.84 Moore, John Jr. 39.11 Moore, Johnny R. 17.03 Moore, Louise 29.89 Morgan, Clarence 7.07 Morris, Jim 17.03 Morris, Mablt 5.40 Morris, W.' L. 20.37 Morrow, Carl H. 35.50 Morrow,'W. M. 7.07 Murray, Ira G. 32.05 Murrell, Arthur 7.07 Murphy, Sam It Henry 8.75 18 70 : 18 70 I Perlt >at, Corene Pcttcrson, Calvin Peterson. D. L. 18.70 10.84 Nance, Willie. Napoleon. Robert Neely, Willie Nelson. Herbert C. Mtm. Louis Nelson, Ttwlma Nevils, Nettle Nemnra, Robert Helton, Roy NknUMlmer, Janws 10.42 7.07 5.40 32.71 7.»I 17.M 5.40 4.57 4.57 8.73 Peugh. Charles D. Phillips, B. B. Phillips, Jot Phillips. J. W. Pierce, Luther PIttman. Eugene Polar. Cynthia Polsgrove. Hubert Pool. Fannie Poole. Lawrence Poppleton, Robert Pott, Frank Powers. .Mrs,. William Pratt, Woodard Prcsncll, Junior Prevost, Mattie Priddy, Ed Priddy, Willard Priest, Alice Primm, Lawrence Prichett, Ellis A. Privetl, Dcuane Pruitt, Andy E. Pruitt, Leroy Pritchett, Ray Privetl, Billy G. Pucketl. Maggie Pugh. Leon Pulliam, Jack Purtle, Robert Quails. Luther Purvis, R. B. Quails, Eric A Lorenzo Rainer, Pearl Ralph, Wyley Rambo, James H. Rambo, James P. Ramsey, W. A. Trucking. Co. Rambo, George W. Randolph, Frank Rapev, Charles T Ray, J. L. Ray, Troy Rnyburn, W. C. Redd, H. E. Reed. Johnny Reed, Ross Reese, Omer, Jr Reese, Nellie Reynolds, Ncal' Rhodes, J. c. Rice, .Mary Ann Richards, Jesse »cn*rtt»on, Continued on p«ge 5.40 10.84 16.01 7.07 35.75 8.75 20.37 30.51 5.40 8.75 18.70 7.91 17.03 7.07 15.35 5.40 16.01 49.83 Willie 18.70 7.91 5.82 22.38 18.70 22.38 5.40 23.73 25.50 17.03 22.38 18.70 17.70 3.72 26.34 15.35 22.38 22.05 8.75 8.75 21.04 7.07 5.40 25.50 37.10 17.36 11.67 37.43 5.40 25.91 5.40 22.71 4.57 20.71 24.05 35.75 8.75 4.57 17.03 4.57 4.57 5.40 18.70 53.14 8.75 8.75 10.00 15.35 4.57 29.69 10.42 9.59 21.04 17.03 5.40 29.69 7.07 5.40 17.03 29.69 18.70 161.5* • 25.50 4.57 18.01 7.91 9.69 21.04 25.91 10.42 12.10 4.57 .. 7.07 19.03 7.50. ' 11.10 MM 13

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