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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 ,1949 GOP Says Administration Uses Scare Tactics in Effort to Get Votes for Socialized Medicine My Oliver \V. )>«? Wolf : : : > WASHINGTON, IX'C. 14. MV-A Republican cry that the Truman administration is trying to "scare" the,people into bnckhiy a conipu!sor> health program yesterday threatened to upset a political truce la Congress 1 study of low income fa an] Its.*—— The protest came from Kep. HU:h (R-Pa). He aimed it at lesilwny by John U Thiu-slon, assistant federal security fidinini?iin1or. Tlmrs- ton testified Monday that- tliroe children In every nvc'in^f AmErican classroom of 30 pupds "iitv clrsihied to s)>Piid part of llielr lives in a mental hosp:taJ." Rich, in a statement nf his ii\vn. called Thurston's tPMimony "one of the most shocking statement* to be made in the proirrnin to KocifUi/fi this country." Ilf added: "11 smacks of terrorism ami is dhpctfd at the parents of millions of scluio! children in the nation." ! He charged that the Tinman rul- irjtiilMrnfion, "deform Ir.ftl to scu'lul- ize the United Stnie^, hns mpd ev- ery'trick of propnsaiKla and duress to^put over the main plank of Its socialistic progiaruson:tli/od medicine/' 'Siinrkmaii Defends Tliiirsttui I Senator .Spnrhnifln 'D-Aia>. ! chairman of (lie subrommithv of ! the HoiiFP-Sonnf.e Fconomic Com- ! mi t tee before wlurh Thnr^toti ap- penrcd us the first witness, took a different position. Tie said he didn't think Th-.irs- ton was usniK the figures on tre mental health of school children "for the purpose of scan ne us into a socialized niec!ii:ltic pro^nim." "I naturally e\ pec ted Thurston to testify In favor of (he progruin." Sparkmun told a reporler. lie noted that Thurston is the otp aide to Federal Security Administrator Oscar Ev.ing, who is qtutrterbnckiKK thn administration's health insurance plan, Sparkman said Mse testimony challenges the committc-f? to take notice of "a very serious condition that exists in this country. 1 ' "It should inspire us to do n little digging to fine! out. what the facts are," he contended. Rich again accused the administration of trying to "sociali/e America" when (he committee heard its second witness. Tivumas C. Blaisdell, assistant secretary of commerce. Blaisdcll had listed some of the things he sail! the ad mi ni strut inn Js already trying to do for lo-.v income families, naming increases ni social security benefits, health programs, low cost housing, agrlciil- Lewis Seeks Dismissal of Miner's Suit Washington Local Is Ousted From Printer's Union WASHINGTON. Uec 14-W)— I.ortil Number One of the APL's International I'rmtlJis Pn^meii's Unlun yesir.rcl.iy ri'ccivcd IlKit il has been ousieil by the inU"riia(ion- ul. The ai:!it>n lollo'.vid ti'c local's contest of ilie e-naie of the lute C<E:orye L. Ht-rry, former U. -S. Scu- alor from Tr-mu-.v.ee and the in- ti'nialional union's prcsidrnt [or more Iliiin to years. Tile Iwat, coiujXiM-r! of ])]'cssnien t'niployi-d at the rjove] mni'ilt print- office and commercial print ps here, had clialU-iHjeil (lorry's estimated $150,01)0 e.staie left after his death a year »«o. Lawrence DuLin, vice pn'.iidcnt of the lota I, said notice of the ousicr wa« received yesterday. The local's Executive lio:i)-(l culled an immediate meeting. Sentry Challenges Skunk FORT I.KWIS, Was.ll., I>C- U;- <A'I —I'vt. Norman Iti.^o vvas 'Milking his .sentry po.H v;hen a *knnk ttmblr-d into view ami liall'.'it on (ho sentry line. I'vl. KiM'o chnllenscd the skunk H readied, aimed, fired. A relief guard look over 30 paces ni.'.lnnl WA.SH1.NGTON'. Dec. 14 _(,•[>)_ John L Lfnvis ashed lire court today to tlii-o\v oin a suit t-haryinrj tlir.l the United Mine Workers multi-millifm-riollar neliai-c f ti n d was "iinjxirpi-rly diiinirsed and dls- l.av.-yfrs for lire UMW thief made the jjl.ia lo Federal District Jiidtje Btirnila S. Matthews. Klic' defer action, pending study of the case. George u. LiveiiBOiid. former iniirer or Uniimt',vmi, !'a.. filed the Milt, against I,e\vi.s atui Ihe other fund litlstees last SepU'rilber. He asked the court to remove the trustees and force thi'm to give an iicoonntint; of the way they sncill fund money. Live-ngnoi!. svlHi had been a beneficiary of the Jumi. \\as expelled from the union n feu- weeks after oir EI charge of "dual unionism" and failing to fake his complaint to the UMW heforn goiny into court. Tile case had heejr se! fur a hearing yesterday, but Leu is' attorneys uluckfd it. rjy filing the jno- tion for u .summary jutlHenient--in other words, dismissal t)T the suit. Judge Matthews, who uas recently named lo the dtstrirt court, explained she \va.s not familiar with ihr- details and wanted to study the c;^c* before ruling on the Ix^wis motion. IN THE CIIAXCKHV COUtT OP MI.SSISSIl'l'l COUNTV, AitKANSAS (•tllCK-ASAWUA DISTRICT. HOARD OP DIUKCTORS, ST. r-'KAN'CIH LKVKE DISTRICT, 1'l.AINTIFF — Vs.— NO. 10,842 JOK WELCH. ET AL, AND CKHTAIN UKI.INQUKNT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS, ntCFKNDANTS co.MMissioKif.s SAM: NOTICIO is ii.ML-ljy Kiven Unit, [lie under-si^m-d Comims.si<jjier in coin- Judge's Sermon too Good; Defendant 'Donates' $5 Fine that was Suspended I.OS ANC!KI.,KS. Traffic: Judpe ttiral aids, raising the national! ^ , ll: , "^"t- miriimum wage, and extension of' i'.'^'L^L"' 11 , 0 "educational opportnnitles. Brazilian Town Flooded . AMERICA, Brazil, Dec. H. '.<TJ— a cloudburst hit tnJs town near Sao Paulo yesterday, causing more than $275.000 damage and leaving hundreds homeless. The deluge washed away a circus, crippled telephone, light aucJ train service and flooded the lower part of the town with six feet of wafer. I-i. M'i — Pfaff delivers n long lee-lure on .safrfy before metcing out puti^hniniit to offnidi-rs. Btit he didn't realise his oratory was this good Truck driver Charles R. Lniiese, •11, was in court for driving \vithmifc Ht! Ustenctl to th Then, when his case was called, he provrd [he tail light had been fixed. • Judge Pfaff suspended a $5 fine. "Vour honor." Lanese protested, "this appearance in your trnffio court has been ;i !;r(-rtt cxperlrncc. I want (o pay the 55. I want to give it to you." The Judge n^rend to forward Lanese's donation to the National Safety Council. Home for the holidays! c i ry (111 ri.^ I m as ! H a JPJ> v New Year! Time to enjoy Mill and 11111 from Kf'Mlttrkv, Gl\ r u it... nce with,the terms of a certain decree rendered on th< 28th day of October, 10-JO, by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, in the following cause, lo-wit: Board of Directors, St. Francis Levet District, Vs. Joe Welch, El Al r and Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots, and Blocks, No. 10,843 will sell at public auction to Ihe highest bidder, for cash, at the front door of the Courthouse In the City of fllytheville, Chk-kasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 21st day of January, 1950, within the hours prescribed by law lor judicial sales, the following described real estate: Supposed Owner Part of Section 8 !j o£ u^g ^ Tn«nshlp I'ourU'cn (It) North, Jianse Kljlil (81 Kasf Joe Welch, S. '.'95.17 fl. of E. 295.17 ft. SK", NK'i 21 l*>l S9.00 $^.25 S.25 '!'.>« nshi]i Fomteen (H) Nortli, Kanje Nine 19) Easl E. L. Parks, SW'.', SKU W. of Levee 28 5 ,25 .OS .25 Unknown E. of l.cvee, r-'l'l. SW 1 ! SW'i 33 25 1.25 .31 .25 • Tnunslil|. roirrlren (II) Nuith, Itange I'.leven (11) East Raymond Crawford, W 1.-2 W 1-2 NK 1-4 11 <0 10.00 2.50 .25 \ounsliip [••oiirtrrn III) Nortli, Kange Twelve (IS) Kast Grady Homer, N. li.8 Clrs. of W. 1.50 Clis. of E. li.l Clis. NE1-4 SWl-4.. 4 1 .25 .08 .25 Township I'lrtren 1151 Ninth, Kangr IJtlit iSl l.'asl Same 12 Corinne Halfen 17 Same IS Peter Clark 19 Same 20 George Allen 21 Van Adams 28 Willie Miller and Mary Holmes 3 3L 1.75 3.50 40 10.00 , It a use Nine 01 d s m o b i 1 e Rockets Ahead! of l a nr.Ml new llri-l of l-'iililranni- Olilsmiilnl,.* f.ir '."ill. KV/MI-I llic ••mi|.re.-siim "Huckol" Kiiginn power, ill,- w.liisperinj; voi.cn of "Rocket ' pare. Oitnit tin nn exriiing new ilrvi-lojuncni in automalie driving ... a lirilli.nu new partner of "Koeki'l" pei-rnnnanro. Crl rra./v for lirt-ulli- (.ikin;: n,-w I Mlur.niH. sn tin-; ... a nniiiue look of ilci-i Invury. If.ifr/i/dr llin-c complete ..cries of giviil cars . . . llic finest to hear tlic Ol.lsmoliilc name. Look almiil to tlicH- hif ;id\ iinceincnls, llicn plan lo (,'.> .-Ihaul amlOicn tin Oltlsmobilc! -WATCH fOR^lHt NEW r U T U R A M I C S _ C O M 1 N G SOON T O ,Y O U R OLOSMOIIll DEAltRS SALES, Inc. 309 EOS* <*«••„ p honc 1 160 10 13. E. Gnoch, I'd. •>, lat y NWI-4 B oh 11 Wnijiifr, N. 12 ft. of E. 150 ft. S. of 3rd St.. and W. and parallel to Cot. lielt Ry.. 1,0! 1 SK'i SW'i 8 Lot O. B. Martin, SW 1-4 SE 1-4 32 Tounsliifl i'lru-i'a 115) .S'.irll: L. Hichatdson, Ij>f 1 Sup. S'vcy 5 N. Chiimness. N\Vl-4 Sup. S'vey 13 Town of Manila. NB 1-4 SW 1-4 NK 1-4 30 . L. Downing, 150x150 fl. Lot in SW Corner NWI-4 NE1-4 as per Deed recorded In Deed Record 90. Page 545. Mississippi County 31 Lot eneral D. Mobley. 1 Acre Lot in W 1-2 NW 1-4 31 Lot Jnknown. Bill. SWl-4 NWI-4 S. of Ry.. 31 1 .25 Township nrircn nil North. Uaiife Ten Harold Hailnon. Lot 5 NE1--1 N. of Road. ie:-.s E. 1.2 Clis 22 Lot 4.50 Township fifteen U5I Nurth. Kangc L ; .levrn W. B. Brycans. E. 10 Acres SWl-4 SWl-4, less S. 1122 ft. and W. 78 ft. of E. 330 ft. and Lots 1 and 2, .. 6 5 Leo Swift, Lot 1-1 in Hl-2 Wl-2 Bl-2 SE1-4 9 6 W. E. Alulims, E. 1 Acre of W. 3 Acres. Lot 'J Nl-2 Nl-2 SE1-4 10 Lot Gennic ixiwery. N. 171 ft. of E. E. 50 ft. Lot 11 NE1-4 15 Lot 1.94 .25 .88 .25 250 .25 (91 Ka-sl .OS BOO 3.50 3.50 1.25 1.50 2.50 4.00 .01 2.00 .83 .SK .06 (101 1 1.13 111) .31 .38 .83 1.00 .25 .25 .25 $11.50 .56 1.81 12.75 .56 8.94 4.63 12.75 .31 10.25 4.63 Eugene and Ine/. Pitlman 7 N. W. and W, M. Webb 17 Dollie Stokes 21 Same .......22 Lillian Walker 3- Eddie Spears H Same 15 Odle Hurt in Odis and Lillie Mae Hurt 1 Felix and Ora D. Bailey 8 Irregular Lot* N 1 ,^ NW Harry Bogan 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 < 4 a 5 5 5 6 6 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 16-15-11. Blythevllle 3.00 .75 Irregular Lots In Tnwn of Klyiheville J. A. Gambill A Lot In Lot 3 SE'i NWU 16-15-11 Lot 3-00 .75 Webb E. 46 ft. of I-ot 9 in NEU NEU n-15-11 I/U 4.00 1.00 Larry'i Third Addition to Blyllievllle James Curry 4 3.50 .88 Geo. McClatclling 9 1.00 .25 Nathaniel Richardson 20 1.00 .25 Larry's Fourth Addllion lo Hlvthcville .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.55 1.55 1.50 1.50 1.60 1,50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 150 1.50 1,50 1.50 1 50 1.50 .25 4.00 John Parker Haitie Lynn C. Sanders Flora Blackburn Same Aullie Harris ... Same , Same 61 70 81 33 84 98 99 100 .50 .50 3.50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .25 Kast .25 LSI James Bnford Catherine Ross Delia Davis Jim and Lela Brooks Henry Perkins - Larry 1 ! Fifth Addition to Blvlheville ............... 8 1.00 ............... 15 1.00 20 3.50 30 38 1.00 3.50 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .25 .25 .88 .25 .88 Ed B. Cook Township riftccn (15) North, Hange Twelve (12) East Geo. M. Lee. Between G. M. Lilies. NW1-I NWI-4 ..10 7 1.75 .44 .25 Same. Between G. M. Lines. SWl-4 NWI-4 ..10 i 1.25 .31 .25 Max Watson. All Orig. Survey. El-2 SWl-4 S. & W. of Lake 14 52 13.00 3.25 .25 Willie D. Roberts. Lot 10 Sup. Survey 14 32 4.16 Same, Lot 11 Sup. survey 14 26 3,33 Same. Frl. Pt. NE 1-4 N'E 1-4 SE 1-4, Lot 8 14 2 .50 Same. All Grip. Survey El-2 SW 1-4 N. & E. of Lake 14 17 4.25 'lounship Sixteen 1161 Nortli, Range Ten (10) East S. C. Windlami and J. B. Carrier. SW 1-4 NE 1-4 S. of Levee 20 lii 4.00 Same, NW 1-4 SE 1-4 20 40 10.00 J. W. Anderson, S 1-2 NE 1-4 W. of Ry 26 M 13.25 3.31 .25 M. L. Williams. W'i SE 1 , NW', 26 20 5.00 1.25 .25 Biul Wrishl. N. 135 ft. of S. 425 ft. of W. 162 ft. El-2 SWl-4 SWI-4 36 Lot 3.00 .15 .25 .Allison Addition lo Blvlheville Lot Block Caruihers and Robbie Lee Williams 7 1 3.00 .75 Lydia Moran 13 5 4.50 1.13 Sander's 7 7 3.00 .75 Sam Harries Sutitlivisinn In nlytheville I). A. Smith. N. 20 ft. of S. 60 St. 2 3.50 .88 Floyd Sterling 16 2.50 .63 Hilrron .t Lilly Addition to Blytheville 1.04 .13 1.06 1.00 2.50 Davirl Curtis 2 F 5.50 1.38 Eili-a V. Stone 5 P 4.50 1.13 J. A. McBride 12 G n.50 1.38 ova James 3 I 7.50 1.33 John C. Hollcmail .....10 L 2.50 .63 Itlythc Addition lo Blytheville .. . W 10 ft. 2 27 1.50 ilrawley Addition In Blytheville J. L. Brown 23 1 Jame.s Anderson .....28 1 Chiuley Smith 14 2 James Willis 15 2 Benjamin Barnes 2 3 Bs'tlic Ncvils 13 3 Frank Hunt 14 3 Mrs. Carl Green, E. 300 ft. of S. 90 It 13 3 Bud Johnson 21 3 Same 22 3 K. 51. Bryan Addition I 3 4 1 4 !fl 8 Hll£i; Aihlilinn Id Unknown 7 Whiie. S. 21 ft. oi Wl-2 7 W. C. Cox I .1 C. Tripp 1 A. L. Bretton 3 H. !.. Chamhrrs .Sri-r 'Iillrnan and Lula Williams.... Svdft 1.00 1.00 1.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 I.(10 1.00 1.00 . Blvlheville 1.00 LOO 1.00 Illvlhrvillc 5.00 I.OO 3.00 5.50 5.50 lo Blvlli 5.50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 S.25 2.44 1.81 5.45 4.48 5.25 12.75 lfi.81 650 4.00 5.83 4.00 4. S3 3.33 .Mate Daniels Addition to Blythrville Maltie Swift 7 i 4.50 1.13 Same f. l 4.50 1.13 Maybelle Subdivision to Blylhcville G. G. Flowers 13 2 4.00 1.00 Albert T. Pierce 4 4 .50 .13 Jack Michelle Addition lo Blvthcville Sam IHiddleslon « " j.OO .25 Indiana Green 9 i.oo .25 Miller and Grernlee Subdivision T. O. Bailey 7 3.00 .75 Arkansas Fuel Oil Co W!4 8 14.00 3.50 Morris Arldilion to Bljtheville ! Mary J. Shanks SH 9 B 3.00 .75 Same S'i 10 B 4.00 1.00 Garland Bunch E"i 13 B 5.00 1.25 Same W. 6!i ft. 14 B .50 .13 Ida Chafin 15 B 5.50 1.38 Reginold S. Mclntosh 4 C 5.50 1.38 ,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 4.00 5.25 ^ 4.63 1.50 1.50 .25 4.00 .25 P. J. O'Brien Subdivision - Blytheville F. B. Wahl 19 2 "3.00 .75 Original Survey to Blytheville Buck Nebarg 49 5.50 1.38 Park Addition to Blythevillr. R. H. Cummltlgs 9 E 5.50 1.33 .25 Unknown S. 30 ft. of N. 80 ft Lots fi and 78 1.00 .25 .25 Rebecca Patterson Subdivision— Blytheville Clyde and Eva Soward E 2-3 3 2 3.50 .88 .25 Same 6 1 1.50 '.38 .25 iCi-pt.it of J. P. Pride »nd Gateway Subdivisions to Blythcvlllt .83 .88 .83 .83 1 SO 1,50 4.63 1.50 4.63 5.25 .88 1.50 1.50 4.00 17.75 4.00 5.25 6.50 .83 7.13 7.13 W. 40 ft. 3 11 Floyd Austin Rosalie Dudos .. Mrs. P. E. Harris Lee Powell R. D: Taylor .. . Same All. except E. 50 ft. 12 Fred Smith, W. 50 ft. of E. 150 ft 13 B. F. Williams W. 50 ft. of E. 100 ft ..........13 Mary E. Springfield .. W. v 50 ft. of E. 150 ft. of N. ISO ft. 24 Thomas Evans .. N. 50 ft. of W. 150 ft. of S. 180 ft 24 Will Johnson .. E. 50 fl. of W. 200 ft. of S. 180 ft 24 E. C. Foster Bennie Overtoil . of E. 225 ft. J. B. Brinkley ... Lot W. 11 of 41 50 ft. 43 W. 81 ft. 7.13 5.38 7.13 j Walter and of E. 175 ft ............... «•' 5.50 150 3.50 4.50 4.00 1.00 3.50 3.50 .50 4.50 4.50 1.33 .38 .88 1.13 1.00 .25 .88 13 .88 .25 .25 .'2rt .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.13 Edvtin Robinson Addition lo Blvthevilln 9.63 3.38 1.50 1.50 1.5(1 1.50 1.50 Pauline Turner.... 1 4 Same 2 4 Same 3 4 Myra Ross ...: 17 ' 6 Same . 18 6 Harmon Hoch'chhull ll 7 Stelle Royal 15 7 John Barr 9 8 Catherine Barr 10 8 Zilnian L. White .-..'. 2 13 O. C. and Allic Johnson 3 18 .83 25 C. M. S. S. 3.50 1.00 1.00 3.50 3.50 1.00 4.00 4.00 4.50 •1.50 3.50 -«H to Btvlhctlllc .25 .25 .25 i oo i.oo 1 13 1.13 .30 .50 .SI) l'.50l s » me .25 1.SO 1.50 1.50 1.38 1.38 S.f>0 1.50 4.00 7.13 1.13 ~ 13 O. S. Kollisou Subdivision Rollison 5 G inner 7 Rollison 29 Rollison 30 31 Ruddle Heights Addition lo Bl.vthcville George N. Robertson II 7 1.50 38 Lawrence Poolc 31-36 11 4.50 1.13 Buck Berry N 1-2 of S 2-36 11 4.50 nv^idc Addition lo Blytlirvillc 3 7 1.50 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 38 Wilsiin'-, First Aridition lo HI; tlicvillr C liii-.iiMi .Mill i- Lumber (.' C C F.ldridizr Chicago .Mill A l.umbrr Company's Third H.nlc W. Haidin 3 4 Tdinitf Kelly 4 4 .1 G. Howard 1 7 Same 2 7 Chick.iviuli.i C.ardrn Adclillon H J. Allen K 2 Smne 9 2 IXiii'Uiy Crawford Cole 11 2 I.'d II. Cook Si .lames Battle 6 I)-Mcv Smith 13 1 Booker Rollison 2 •I I 12 1 15 3 15 rul Addition 6 1 5.50 1 3H .25 713 ! Wilson's Second Addition lo Hl.vtheville 1 2 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 | Sliallie Rogers 6 3 4.00 1.00 lany's Scrond Addition lo Blylhevillc j Wilson's Third Addilion lo RIvthcviLle g 4 5.50 138 .25 7.13 j Unknown A 1 3.00 .75 George Davis ................. 20 Unknown ..................... 1 Unknown .................... S W. C. Hart .................. 10 Same ......................... 11 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .13 .13 .13 .13' .13 4.63 2.13 7.13 2.13 4.63 5.88 5.25 1.50 4.03 .88 4.63 4.03 1.50 1.50 4.03 •1.03 l.ffl 5.25 s.ar> 5.8P. .88 .88 .88 .88 .83 2.13 588 5.88 .KB .83 .88 .88 .68 Adililion In l!l< llicvillc 4.50 113 3.00 .15 5.50 1.38 1.50 .38 o Bl.vllirvillr. 1.50 1.50 1.00 Unknown .38 J. W. .63 Krt I). .1'ilm Cfiolc 16 liilivisinn lo Itlythevi A .50 A .50 A .50 H'cve Hotelier tlollis White .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 19 A .50 6 B .50 .1. C. Crincr Addition to Blvthcville 6 .50 .13 Davis Third Addition lo Illylhcvillr Canada K'i 3 2 W. 21 ft 4 2 .. Mathis N. 50 ft. IR S l>avis Urns. Subdivision Kilbanks 4 10 f'airview Addition Davis 4 2 4.00 1,00 2.50 .63 2,50 .03 R.50 1.63 Blyllirvillr 5.00 l.'JS lo HI> llirvillr 2 4.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1 1 1.50 First Addition lo Dell Goforth R 6 2.50 K. I.. Hays Addition lo Lrachvillo E. C. Leonard E. 50 ft.'.. 7 2 4.50 1.13 R. D. Smith 8 3 1.50 33 Grace M. Jackson Arldilion to I.c.iclivllle Johnnie Davis 4 A 4-50 1-13 .Matthews First Addition to l.caclivillc Eva Sullivan 12 2 450 1.13 Parfc Addition lo Leachritle B. H. Jarrett 8 C 4.50 1.1.1 Second Park Addition lo I.carhvillc c. B. and Wilma Shearer 19 2.50 .63 Same 20 5.50 1.38 Smith's Addition to l.cacbvillc 8S j Carl Carter S. 70 ft. 16 J 450 1.13 | C. I). A.ihahranner Arldilion to Manila 1:18 jRose Downing 18 3 100 .25 Hrnry Ashabranner Addilion lo Manila 5.8S 4.00 , 7.13 j 2.13 ,8S| .88! .88 I .88 ! .88 .25 lo Highland I'l.nr Aildilmn lo Blylhrvillr Charley Salilw 11 1 LOO .35 n. O. Yates 9 3 8.00 200 Reu Ktliolt. Jr 16 3 150 .38 lloll.nul.ilr Addition lo Blylheville Ralph R. SI. ,lohn 10 B 4.00 1.00 ll.,lli|,,-lrr ami Shonvn Addition to Blvllirvllle T W. Thompson 6 1 4.00 1,00 lames Maltie Wills 14 2 3.50 US William and Anc.« Erhy 16 3 150 .38 Alfred and Kli7al>c!h Kniehlen 12 ^ 300 ,75 King Hcnrv N'nnn 13 4 1.00 2S W. \v. llnllinrler Second Addition lo Hlytheville Adam nml Mary Dimthit 25 1 1.00 .25 Curtis Slevens 30 1 1.00 .25 Will Lyons 3 2 1.00 55 Same 4 3 1.00 .25 I.re and Arialine Austin 13 2 1.00 .25 Jim Anderson ..2 3 1.00 .25 Same 3 3 LOO .25 Gco. JohiiMMi R 3 1.00 .25 Frank Walker .....n 3 1,00 J25 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .2S .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 3,38 8.38 S.50 1.50 10.25 2.13 5.25 5.25 4.63 213 4.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 150 1.50 1,50 1.50 1.50 1 50 1.50 John Russell 2 B 4.00 Original Survey lo Manila O. P. Russell 207 16 3.00 Same W'5208 16 2.50 1.00 .15 .63 Catherine Drnton Parkvie? Adililion to Manila ..8 1 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 2.13 3.38 5.88 2.13 5.88 3.38 7.13 5.83 1.50 5,25 4.00 3.3B Sloan's Subdivision of XF.'J NF. C. C. Mobley 5 Don W. Hall \v. 148 ft. of K. 563 ft S B Eugene Sloan 8 B Sloan's .Subdivision of Wi N'Wi, N E. of Ry. 35-15-S — Manila ~ 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 G. W. Bunch Same Unknown ........ .Lol 4 NW'; NWi Lot 5 NW'i NWU . Lot 6 NW'I NW; Lot i sw'i NW; .50 1.00 of Ky. too 1.00 1.00 1.00 .13 .25 .25 .25 31-15-!)—Manila West End Subdivision to M-tnila Charlie E. Craw 3 4.00 Original Town of Yarbro Minnie Sadler 9 2 450 .25 .25 .25 25 1 00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .88 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 5.2S 5.83 Said sale will be hud lo satisfy said decree for I.IXCF and costs due the Plaintiff on each and every separnte traet and pan-el of land and on each and every separate lot and block, as is set out tti said decree for which said property is delinquent as aforesaid for the year 1948. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on this the 1 day of December, 1949, A.D. HARVEY MORRIS (Seal) Commissioner In Chancery.

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