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November 28, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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KIT, vor. M, nm Navy's Guided Missijes Report was 'Publicity Stunt; s AF Writer Says , BS7. TKaui BlAWLAim - AP Aria***. a>a«rt*r WAJRWOTON M — PrMldmt Art*ssr T. K*B 7 of tha Air Fore* AasaeiatioB charged today th* Kary pulled oM th* "publlcHr stunt of th* year" last September in reporting the eombat u** o< rulded ,WrWng in Air Fore* Macaiine, an , unofficial publication, Kelly cited news stories he said described 'as "th* first tske-o« of a (Hided rnlssil* in actual combat" th* bombing of North Korean tar- ret* by unmanned, electronically controlled fighter-planes. Kelly called thla a "cruel hoax to play «o U>e American family" snd said It raised false hopes that ihe age of pushbutton'warfar* had arrived. ' He said th* Air Force used un- pliofe*; radio-controlled bombers against German target* during World War"H and flew them twice as far with nine times the bomb- load an the Navy did in its launching Sept. t from the U, S. carrier Boxer; Kelly said me Navy censored from the original news report, delayed until Sept. 17, the designation, of th* aircraft used, an outmoded Gnimman Hellcat) and substituted the term "guided missile." Air Force Magazine's managing Editor John F. Loosbrook. writing in the same issue, said "Exercise Malnbrace" last September cast »ray* doubts on the effectiveness bf aircraft carriers. Loosbrook said the maneuver, conducted off Scaniiinavia by ships of th* North Atlantic Treaty nations,, was 'designed partly to show carriers could adequately, defend NATO's northern flank. Instead, he saldt 'Itaktbrac* exposed a * r i o « i flaws lo our whole philosophy of naval warfsrt, flaws which will be very difficult to explain sway " Th* operation, Loosbrook wroto, demonstrated carriers' vulnerability to mechanical failures, subma- rin* and air stlack and bad weath- or. Other drawbacks, he said, were •xcesslve cost, the need for frequent refueling and questionable ability to perform effectively In tn* windswept, "shallow and enclosed North Sea." As If in reply, meanwhile the official ."Naval Aviation News" declared the aircraft carrier Is essential to control of ihe sea, although both land and carrier based planes are needed to wage war successfully. The Navy magazine .said land bases are large fixed targets while carriers are smaller and elusive. It added that earners can concentrate more planes over any naval Urgels than can be mustered from scattered shore bases. Kelly said Loosbrook's analysis strongly suggests the need for re-evaluation of the carrier task force as • a full-Hedged weapons system." ' Kelly, a vice president of Western Air Lines, Los Angeles, said in his article that the Boxer's launching of p i 1 o 1 1 e s s planes "proved nothing that hadn't been proved before." He added: "They were public relations missions pure and simple— and expensive^ ones, at that." A Navy spokesman said Sept. 18 that the Hellcat robots were only experimental and makeshift guided missiles. He said better ones were being developed. Big Hearted G/'s Reunite Buddy And Mother for Thanksgiving WORTH FT. HOOO, Tex. Wl— The Mttle private's mother, his sister 'and nephew spent the night In th* ,«ns«cwtom«d splendor of a boM in BMrbr Temple, Tex., last *Say they were Jo board a bus for Hesfaa, N. M., and home ^ atfcr«e-dar wlp toto happiness wt*b Pvt. Pedro Lopez and his V°dd4e* of the Fourth Training """Pane- a never-to-be-forgotten anenosy. Mrs. Betegio Oonzales th* guest tor Thanksgiving Day of the com- T pan*" «t Ft. Hood, home of the *" rough, toagh and ready First Armored DiTisten. Mi* and her daughter. Mrs. Mag- tie Lopes, and Mrs. Lopez's 4-year- oM son, Johnny, had turkey din- f mer with Pedro and his buddies yesterday *t their mess hall. Aaorub cedar tree, decorated i afcwaatly »r tb* dough-faces, made tears well into the brown eyes of Mrs. domain as she gave her "g r a e 1 a s" for Thanksgiving, , Christmas and alt her holidays rolled into one. Pedro's buddies, all of them on ttiatr >m*ag*r private's pay. put a the dough faces did it, for the woman who "had no help but from my Ood." The iids'ln Company Pour were smiling broadly today. Hare Chasers Delay Tram CHTJRSTON FERRERS, Eng. to) —A passenger train pulled up for an unscheduled stop near here ves- terday to let a hare - that oler- slzed European rabbit — cross the tracks. .^'SbehlnH came the hounjs, and then 12 riders from this neck of South Devon. Once the chase had passed, the train Bent on its way. The hare got away. dent into their "leave money" to ' briny Pedro's mother here for Thanksgiving. They, also chipped in to buy the little,woman a new outfit. And ungrudgingly they did tt again for a bouquet of red roses presented her yesterday. 1 Sp*ahs No KngNsfe » all , began when the little mother—who speaks no English- received a form letter from MaJ. Gen. Bruc* C. 'Clarke, Ft -Hood commander. He was "pleased to Inform yon that your Bon has arrived at Ft. Hood for training with the famed First Armored Divisi- sfon." I Somebody read the letter to the frail little mother...translating as they read. She was glad, she said, and wished she could visit him. But she explained in her answer that she had no money, that her boy was her only support, "and I don't have any help—Just God " Somebody at Ft. Hood heard about it..and that was enough for the resourceful Gis. .. Mrs...GonzaIes. a black shawl pulled tigrt around her head, arrived Wednesday, hugged and kissed her boy and apologized for her old dress. But Thanksgiving Day, Pedro said over and over, "Look at my mother. Isn't she pretty?" The boys had : seen about 'that new dress,'and flowers, too. Pennies, nickels, dimes and dollars from the grimy pockets of 3rd Thanksgiving Child for Couple BERLIN, N. H W) - The third Thanksgiving Day baby — a boy -was born yesterday to "Mrs. Wilfred McCready. The McReadj-'s two other chll- dren also were born on Thanksgiving Day, Louise In 1943 and Richard in 1940 ImNd Women PiniMd Uitdtr DrttMr 4 Day* TOIUt (*}_A BUB tak* hk aunt out to Tha. ins dinner found her pinned a fir*-**' - •——~ Bmma Bmson, H, a s«ml- inralld who hw M«d slan* for ;• >*»", *uff*r«l multiplo fracture, of th* spin*. Hospital ofnelaJa s*ld «h« was in erittcal eendltloo. Her nephew, John A. Benson called police to help him break down th* door to her apartment when there was no answer to hi« knock yesterday. Neighbors hadn't seen her tlnee Sunday. Birth o'Hoox' ChiU Polk. Say •ANTIAOO, Ohil* ift—Tbt ltd. oral pan** today .ntwmeaa the r*. port** Mr* of .aptupUt. to' Chilean woman last a%M was "—'— hoa*." • , Th« «nn<>imimn*nt of th* (rand WM mad* by Luk aakun*noa, h*ad <X th* fifth f*d*ral potte* s*etiah I, th* HIM pohe* offieUl who 1»> lot al(ht had told importer for ths dally newspaper M«reurio that seven tirfc had b*«a bom to a woman Salamanca Identified . ai MoUna, att*nd*d Mr.! C a mldwlfs. » THE CHANCEKT COUBT Or MISSISSIPPI COUKTT, AKKANftAS _-.,'„ CHICKA8AWBA DI8TKICT , BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT > vs. No. 13,001 ^TO^ —!"J ^"IP**™™ DELINQUENT Cou^y! A^nTarfnTeSw?^^^^^ 1 * ""'^ """"">* Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee District Vs Ross Crowell, Et Al, and Certain Delinquent , Lands, Town Lots and Blocks, will iell at public auction to the high No IS 001 bidder, 'for cash at the front aw (or Judicial sales, the following described real estate: p fc Part of , Section f , - g i W 8 o Joe K- », Kathryn Broom ' 295.17 ft. V SE". NE« 21 Lot »3 «0 » F«ort«n (14) North, R.n,« Nine (») Eaat W1S NWJi • Fifteen ' A. A.. Reddell Lot 13 of Eli NW'4 James Raleigh Adkersori 1 Lot, 19 of _,. Sanford and Ammle-Ashley i 17 1.70 North, Ha nfe Elfht U) East ,90 I IS .43 J5 .17 17 Lot 120 .3! 25 H. V. Smith S'A Lot:7 of EV4 NW!J NE!i Lot 4 of EV; NWi NE1 Lot 1.00 2.20. « T ». Township Fifteen (li) North, Ran[e Nine (9) EaM M. J. McCann . Lot 5 of SWH NWH 31 8 so Township Fifteen (15). North, Ranie Ten 111) East •lemphill Less Lob, NE'.J of S. 50 ,,, acres, W« NE'I 1 10 100 Wm. Earl Moody SE Corner Center 1/3 NW'.i 1 Lot 1 40 J. F. Moonej w',4 SE« SW'i 32 j'nn .29 .55 .X .33 .16 Virginia Hemphill Haddock Arnold Aggie Morris Jerry Hearn Hester Kite B. Otis Koonct W',4 SE« SW'i 32 2.00 Fifteen (15) North, Ranre Eleven (11) E. 225 ft, of S, 270 ft of SEH SE'l Lot 8 of E. 10 acres, SW'i SWK S. 130 ft.' of W. 300 ft — ' Ntt NWi SW'i • E. 150 ft. of S. 50 ft. NW'i SWU 25 ,.35 .50 .15 2 Lot 6 'tot .40 .40 .10 .35 .10 .35 11 Lot 380 M .36 SE'i 16 21 Lot - 1.40 40 400 T ,„ „ _ T<lwnshl J > Sixteen (I!) North, Kante Ten (II) Lula M. Goss SW-4 NE". S. of Levee 20 • 18 oams • . Allison Addition U Bljtherillt East 400 1.00 .40 1.00 Name Lucille E. Tillman Mary Donneson '.N. 40 ft O'.-O Jefferson'...' *' j Maude. Tolliver : Lydia Moran "" Mamie Tucker .....'..........' T. H. and Irene Haywood Maude Tolliver Total 25% Lot Blk.'Tax Penalty Cost 8. 1 2' 1 13 14 4 5 W. 0. Alley ... Bert E. Ellison Opal Taylor .. Floyd Sterling , Sam Barnea Subdivision to BljthcviBe N. 100 ft. 1 , 10 ' 15 • Barron A • 16 Mrs. BRAND NEiV Build Bibbn ilciiii P,nolle Hi....- ii...-«...,-. CHECK THESE FEATURES FOUND ONIY IN MACHINES 5EIIINO F0« (100 AND MORE! ond Backword • Round BobbTit • 1 Spaed fool 1 Con fro] • Airplon* tuggog* Carrying Call Over i Untfer 7 Thread toci.it;rch Air Cooled Mar&r 1 year Servit. Guard nte« SINUS CATAKRH SUFFERERS feliif »t lut FEDERAL LAND BANK >IO/ FARM 470 LOANS NO EXPENSE— Fy part or all at ,,, Mm . NaHonol Form U«n AMOC lotion Joe Marttm, Secy.Tress. Ph. 3352 Men * Thursday »• »«, Any D. T MAU COUPON i ATLAS STORES, me.; J Uttle K*ck J 118 West Capitol • W!*e»l oblfjalion, I vouM til.". Prx I Horn* Dirranttratian of rtt Irdnd Ntw • Jewing MacKliK, A*!r.H K ». F. D. A<Wr.« i« S«'nd specific Diract BC N i and Estelle Karris ,. .. Virginia Martin , ^ Same . <. ,... ]_ .'.:'.'.'.'"."" "" \ | BIj-the Addition to Blytherille Neeley Jarrell W',i 15 24 ,-, M . Brawley Addition to Bljiheville Goldcrest Brewing Co '... N 75 ft 11 3 E. M. Brjan Addition to BIy they i lie 17 5 18 5 V. 21 5 Bart Addition to Blytheville ' ' i w 'i 7 1 f 5 4 DavM Acres—Biytherlne » 3 Davis ThitJ' Addition Jo Biytherill. 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.60 .40 1.40 180 .40 1.20 1.40 1.00 .40 1.40 1.40 .35 .35 .35 .35 .49 .10 1 .35 .45 .10 JO .35 .25 .10 .35 .35 180 .4i Opal Webster Same Eddie R.'Anderson Leo Swift Mrs. I. M. Bentley I Willard Glover .. [Irwin E. Barger . J. C. Frazier ... Same ' H. E. Fisher Same Mrs. I, E. Fisher Same Arthur D. Farm Arbell Sutterfleld 1 Blake Polly .... Same , ...... 10 3 11 2 1 4 24 5 g 8 8 Addition to Blyttierllle 5.1 Ie.ru Second Addition to Blrthf-TlMe 31 B 1.80 1.80 1.80 .40 200 2.20 3.80 3.40 1.80 160 240 1.20 3.80 1.00 3.00 1.00 Mrs. Do ,, y Harold A. Jones ........ .'.'.'i.';.' ............. j* Tilda Mcciish'" 1 ' 1 '"" """ Sh ° n " *•""««"' Johnnie Sow.rd ....'. ...................... Maude Tolliver .............. M. c. 1« 8 1« 10 Addition tt Luke and Oille MKl^ri'.'.'.'.'.'.'. M Mose Mitchell and Louis Lewis '.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 3« CharHe T. W. Thompson ... Lillian Walker Unknown Enos.Davis Oscar Clark Unknown" Unknown Willie'Range ..... Alton Metcalf Same .' James Jones Willie Wells Csldwell Beauty j.. 3 31 3 S 27 38 I 13 a ' Lot C In 3'4, NEH Lot D In SH NE-.4 15-15-11 15-M-ll F<l " rth * -il *" "' and Johnnie Johnson Emm* Lee and Frances King . Ernest Brooks Same . ...,,.., Albert T. Plcrc* Ori final Sarrey Larry Davis '....., r Male Blrdl* Hu«hes '4 4 to BlTthcTio* •I. W. Owen AMn*M j. 1 .40 .40 .40 1.00 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 1.00 .40 .40 .40 .40 1.4» .44 1.40 .40 .45 .45 .10 .50 .61 M ,85 .40 .40 .60 30 .M ,25 .75 .7S .M .15 .25 .10 .40 .25 .10 .10 .10 .35 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .19 .10 .16, lie .10 .10 .7S .10 .10 .06 .18 .10 JS .11 .n '.25 .25 .25 JS Jo .35 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 JS .35 .25 .39 .25 .35 .35 .25 .29 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .35 .25 35 .35 .25 .35 •all Id* Micbotl N. 180 ft. at W. I* f*. Btt • ii»* ft. *f w. mu N. Odi. Taylor ,.."....~. ' t Stev* Calvert '"i"i« Paul Shipley "" Clarence Edwards Alf Jonas A. k. Houston Hora Marvsy 8, L. Sales Amelia WUllams Arthur •harinon Junes Srr.llh ... t. 171 ft. KK of «. 313 ft. o* W. 477 ... Edwin BeMaaM AMHiea I* »•" t. M. Bryaa AaUltte. U MythevHIe ft "' Bl««. » .M « 1JO 1*> 1JO EWs C. M. L, NlchoU Same ;.. Virtfl Foley .... Ora Dale Ca(le Gsrrtn Hatley . afsmie Tucker , Same ( ,, Same Mamie Tucker . Same ••Ml* Heis-als AMHiaa to 14 18 4 Vkk'a — Mr«. Mary Morse East. Justus JM J.«« 1, M l.«0 l.M .40 1.49 l.SO 1.30 JO M M M .40 .H M .45 .40 .U .M .10 .45 .M J5 E. B. chitwood Same Same Same . Same . Same Robert Suns Sany Clarence Burch , Same . Sam Billings Unknown Unknown Clorene* Jackion Unknown Unknown Unknown , E. C. Williams .. G. C. Man ley Mrs. W. A. White West End SuMlrUan — Blrth*viU*> IX .10 10 11 12 19 14 First AMItioa to Bljlbtrttle • Witaon'a Third Addition t* Bljtherltle .M .M .CO .80 2.40 .20 - 30 180 l.«0 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 ' .40 - .40 3«0 R. D. Hardin Unknown .... E. J. Field ... Eva Sullivan Cecil ; McAdams Same Same Minnie Lula Meador Mrs. Asa Thomas Same . ... » « 200 Orifinal Sure? U Dell •• I B • 1.80 > Imrnlar' Lots in Town *f LeaehvllU ' .. Lot 12 NE". SW'i 8-15-8 Lot - 40 Matthew'! First Addition to LeaehTille •, 3 1 220 Smith's Addition to LeacJirille H B 1.40 15 S .40 •I! B .(0 34 E 1.40 « O .« Standenmejtr Addition to Learhrllle > Mrs. Annie Gabbard Miggls Billings Vernon S. Taylor Same ; • • - • •- 7 A S« I . A NW 9 ^ B E 75 ft. 9 C Orijin.l S.rrer to Maiita 28 3 16 2.20 40 1.40 .40 1.00 .40 40 .It .15 .15 .15 .IS M .OS .05 .45 .40 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 ' .10 .10 .65 M .45 .10 .10'' .35 .10 .40 55 .10 35 .10 .29 .10 .10. X, .25 Willard Olov*r . Inrta I, Barter J. C. Frailer ... Sane H. E. Fisher Same Mrs. I. E. Pi«her Same Arbell Sutterfleld DavH Acres — Blytaeriue ' 9 I ifa'lra' Aaaiiion'u'BlyiheriJl* 9.50 8 SO JM 2.19 10 11 1 2 5 F.lfbim Addiibm U M?theviU< 14 1 4.00 1.00 4.00 1.00 «.00 . 1.50 3.00 .75 too 350 2.25 .83 Blake Polly.,.. *'"" **""* ««•»«•" t. Bljtheillle - •*.....,. , 21 g 8,00 22 7.50 1M same Mr«. Dolly Brown B 1.50 Hl|h!ai< Place Addition t« Blrthetllle • « •' 5 1 5.50 Hlolllpeter and Shon'j'o 'Addition to Bl'tlwme 'ohnnie soward":;::::;::;::::; .••••••'•" > ^ Maude Tolliver .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' is ] 4™ W. W. Holliprtrr Second Addition to BIjthe'iiHe' Harold A. Jones Hi Tilda McCIUh :Mltch>ll .25 Luk3 uri'd Ollie Mae LViri .25 Mo« Mitchell and Louis Lewis'.'. .25 .25 T, W.-Thompson Lillian Walker (Unknoivri .25 EnoR, Davis ."S ,Oscar Clark •25 .25 '.23 .25 .25 .25 Willie Wells .25 .23 Unknown Unknown ,., Alton TMttealf Same . ! .\ James Jones . 3 '21 23 27 23 6 ' ',13 Irremlar LnU In Tewn of Bljlhcvlllt cald»ell Betuty Shop Less N. M ft l.dO ICO 250 1.00 .-1.00 100 100 1.00" 100'. 1.00' 100 1.00 1.00 35 S * me L. o. T ^t O in S',4 NE'i Lot D in S'l NE'< lb-15-11 15-1S-11 -^Johnnie .25 _ , La")'» Fifih Addition lo , Emrni I^e and James Junior Robblns ,. j Frances King . * 7 33 7.50 1.00 1.00' .100 100 1.00 Sli W. T. Ripper , Arch Glissou Sloan'. SnMWslon'of'WlVNW'.j'.'N. of Rj. 31-I5-* Manlh Lot,3-P NW'( NW'i ,, .,.-••- '- In *»T l »f Lots'bi;To<m of Yarfcr* Mary Alice Bunch W.«320 ft. of'B 260 ft J. c° f w^iu,"- °' ?--?^'?- I ™ il < Nw;i 27 - 1 » : " "i 140 35 ' .40 .25 -Jj .25 K .25 .25 •tt .25 .25- .25 , Ernest.,^Brooks 'Same Mai. Danieti Addition to Bljtheville ,....'. 9 1 3.56 '•.::••.:-•••••.••-.•.••. '• • 10 , i' LM t Albert T. Pierce I Jessie w. Raspberry ::::!::::."•"::;'" Larry Davit ... 3.50 450 . 325 .38 1.36' 163 .63 .25 1.00 .25 •C j .25 .63 .25' .25 .25 • 35 ,25 .25 '.25' .25 .35 25 ' .88 25- .88 1.13- 25 .35 J5- .35 .K .25 .25 .25 .25 - 55 .*-> .25 .25 , .25 .25" ".25 .25 '.25 .25 r .25 25 25 2*'' ..15 JS JU .05 Lot 2 SW'i NE'I ilbe s - °' Bayou 27-18-11 Lot • 180 .40 e.ch P andW^ ™.ra^ iT' 3 '?K," te ""' ' n<i parcsl of ^nd'ind'cTn e.cn and everj' separate lol and block, as Is set out In said decree for linquent, for Tributary Taxes, for the year 1951-. November, (Seal) 28 costs due HARVEY MORRIS Commissioner In Chancery.- «N THE CHANCERY COURT OF Mississippi COITNTT, ARKANSAS CHICXASAtTBA DISTRICT BOARD OF, DIRECTORS, ' ST. FRANdS LEVEE DISTR.CT PL,,INTTFF' ROSS CROWELL, ET AL.^AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS... .DEFENDANTS rnMMTfiKlnvrva' •**» f COMMISSIONER'S RALE is hereby given that the understp ith the terms of a certain decree rendered on the 2«th dav by the Chancery Court of Chickasawba District, Mississippi use, to-nit: Commissioner in onurav i of May, County,- Arkansas, In the following cau , Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee Diatrlct Vs. Ros. Crowell, Ft Al. and Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots and Blocks, No. 12,000 .25 i 4«« 1.11 Part of Section Joe Welch K.tv, S.i K" ra>m Sam Simmons A. A. Reddell **"" '• James Raleljh Adkerson NE!i 21 (14) NortJi, •*„„ W',4 NW'4 NE' 4 . 5 SE'4 NE'i 13 Fifteen (15) North, Kanre Lot 13 of E'i NWii NE'i 17 Lot .900 »2.25 17 4M 46 10.00 (t) B..* Lot ' 1M 1M 2 » J5 .M M 19 of E',4 NW!4 Sanford and Ammle Ashley 17 Lot. J.OO -.n JS H V «s lih H. V. Smith ' NW ' 1 Lot 1 of E'4 NW'i NE'i ---- . . • . Lot Lot. 3.5« 5.50 .a William Lo t Lonnic Hall Ida Mlchell Leo Brawley ;•••• v , E 75 11. 2/ 750 J. W. Owen Addition to Bljihctillt • -; Rekeeca Patterson Subdivision — BljtheTi'lte" g '. 12 , 1 3.5fl :. 1 2 -50 1 Acre Lota of Subdivision N. 150 ft. of W. 50 ft. Eii 3 lno ' E.119!lft. ? f W ."IW ft, '8 SS 188 .35' 288 -. Ji M^ 'M .11 J5 •Alt ••Jones' A: M. Houston Nora Haney A. L. Sales .. Amelia •.Williams Arthur ''Shannon E. 115 ft. N!, of.E. Kl.lt. of "W. 477, ft|!.^./. '.... f 43' loo Idwta B«Mh»n Addition to EljtWlle ' - ' '. '. •••• '5, -4 4.50 13 , 4 3.00 8 10 - 4.50 3 12 4 50' BolUson'. Repl-t .f'Nii'BI«Li' S '.n'd"«".f I.I] JS .75 • K 1.13 ,25 1.13 2S 8 M ond Chicago Mill snd Lumber laddie HelxhU Addition to :il; ••••; ' ,14 " • 15 Snnnyside Addition la EIjthfrKIe Eva C. Becknell MJL..Nichols . Sanif . v ., Virgil Foley^ Ora Dal; Cagle Garvln'Hatliy Mamie Tucker Same . ....... Same Same Same Vick'j Sabiilrlsirm — Mrs. Mary Morse Esi-t Ju/. _ We«t End Snbriiiis'on E. B. Chitwood Same ..:*. Same '.,.'.'.'.'..'.,,.',..','' same ...:'::'""'"'•=' Same '•.......'.,,'.,..., Same to Blyiherllle :4.£0 4.03 530 3.00 1.00 350 4.50 .3.00 123 .•163'. 1.63; 1.13 1.00 1.38 .75 .25 .88 1.13 .73 — El. Mie-.iUe - 3 OD , .15 10 11 12 15 11 Robert Sims .., Same Clarence Burch Same Sam Billings ,, Unknown . .... Unknown Clorene Jackson Unknown Unknown Unknown . ... E. C. Williams .. G. C. Man ley Wilson's First Ail'ilbn to E';-th:irie Wllson'» Third Adliticn (n 150 i :o no 6.00 ..50 .CO 4.TO •CO LCD 1.00 l.'O l.CO l.OD 1.01 1.00 1.03 s.so M. ,J. McCann _, ' • ._,_ ^.-, ' *','• •• .«•*-•,•. . ^ " u>Ji- . O..TU Townshl. Fifteen (15) North, Rajite Ntoe (») East 7stMn T „* J _. _.^.. . . * _ v ' Kr " w * Lot 5 of SW!S NW'4 3.3S East Wn, r i <>r ' «"•• « «»•> "< Wrn. Earl Moody SE Corner Center 1/J NW'J 1 Lot JM ' 1 ' Haddock Arnold Morris Jerry Heaoa Hester Rite B. Otis Koonee (IS) N«rtk, Kant* f- 3M ft. of S. 370 ft. of SEli BE<4 Lot « bf E. 10 acres, SWU SWS4 8. 1«0 rt. of W. 300 ft. of N',4 NWK I. ISO ft. of S. SO rt. NW* 8WV4 111) Es > Lot l.oo I Lot J.n 11 Lot 1« Lot I.M) 10.01 LU,, *:^\2^l*r&Z™J-^\t? t * m * • NW'4 SB'/. JO 40 1MM JM IJt l.aa 3M Mam* Luclle E. ; Ttllma« ........... Marj Donneson N. 4« rt. D. c. Jefferson , ........... Maud* Tollhrer ......... Mytherflhi Total 3»% Lot Blk. TUPtnsltj Oust Mortn Msmte Tucker T. H. and Irene Hsywood Maude ToWm .......... W. O. Alley, ~ rt «. xuisoo S 1 3 1 U 14 4 » N. 1M ft. It J 50 • .M 35« .M 350 .M 45« 1.11 1.00 .35 J-SO .H 4.5* 1.11 1.M M *** .* rjthevMt 9 8 5.00 Original Surrey to [Ml •; ; • 8 B 450 Irrepilar Lots In Town of Ltachiille Lot 13 NE", SW>i g-n-3 1 Matthew's First Addition to J.ea .33 r .58 -.33 .38 .13 .13 1.13 l.CO 25 25 .25 ..25 23 35 1.63 .35 .25 M 25 .25 M ..25 .25 .25 .25 .'S /.25 .25 ^5 .25 25 Si ^ .25 .25 Mrs, W. A. White D. Hardin .. Unknown I. J. Field .,.:. Eva Sullivan ... Cecil McAdanu Sarae Same Minnie Lula Mesdor J. W. Buck Same S**«*enmeyer Addition to Leachrllh Mr». Asa Thomas 7 t *- _ — f A BSHie . ........ S'i tt A Mrs. Annie Gabbard ....".'i!!.'".";: N '4 » B E~7S ft. * c - , Orirtmml g«rrey U Manila ».U"»«« ! 2g j 305 16 1.25 .25 1 13 .23 1.00 .25 1 12 2 Smith'. Aaeltlon to Uachvlilt 14 B ,' 15 B ... 18 , 8 .'.. 24 E G G In Dortch VernoB 8. Taylor Sum Art* 5.50 4.50 3.50 1.00 1.00 3.50 1.00 4.00 S.50 1.00 3.50 1.00 350 1.00 1.34 1.13 ' .8* .35 25 .S3 .35 1.00 1.M .25 .98 JJ3 .a .K 3A 3M .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .35 .35 .33 .5S «J., J1-1S-9, 350 Vet* bi Town •( Tarbr* Bunch W. 330 ft. of I. 3«0 rt of •.'«• ft. of N. Ml ft. J. c. Wkitti. ' Lot's •w^'riisrs" l ' IM <* »»you ' 37-ls-ll 4.M ^JUi'llI!! °"f* ch tni "iff wparate tract and parcel of ianiT and on esc* and every separate lot and block, M Is art out in «ld decree for which MM jroptrty I* delinquent for L«-e« Taxi, for the year. mi. •aM CcHtrt on thta th* » daf HAHVTY MOIUUI '' ''' la < 100 .» rB*al»

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