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PAGE TEN BI/TTHBVHXE (ARK.) COU1UER NEWS Does Gen. Mac Have Peace Idea? He Didn't Say So By JA.MKS MAKI.OW WASHINGTON (fl—Just In case anyone has the Impression Gen. MacArthur said he has a plan lor ending the Korean War, the fact is, he didn't. At least he didn't In so many words. What he said was: "I am confident there Is a clear and definite colutlon to the Korean conflict.... A present solution involves basic decision which I recognize as Improper for public disclosure or discussion," He didn't even say there that he himself has a solution. He said "there Is" a solution. That he expressed himself fls lie did, instead of saying Dally he has a solution or plan, may be only a matter of literary composition. But MacArllmr Is credited with real consciousness of the language and the fact that he used the phrases he did, and In the way he did, may Imve some significance for the future. fiincn Gen. Elsenhower listened to Sen, Taft's recommendations for his Cabinet and then rejected them, it would seem lie's willing to listen but determined to make up his own mind, no matter who likes It. Elsenhower and MacArthur have now agreed to meet. The very language MacArthur used should save him from nny feeling of loss of face if Elsenhower listens lo him, as he did to Taft, and then goes tils own way, anyway. MacArlhur talking with Eisenhower about sonic of liis views on n solution—without claiming In so many words that he has the .solution—is not quite the same »s MacArlhur apparently Is not thinking of precisely the same remedy lie offered In the spring of 1951: Bombnlg Chinese bases In Manchuria; blockading the China coast; and using Chiang Kai-shek's Formosan troops on the Asl. Mainland against China. H was that plan, or rather his outspoken c.spousitl of it, Ihrit cost MacArthur his Job in 1951 when President Truman relieved him of his command. MacArlhur indicated he was thinking of something different when he first mentioned the word "solution" it] a speech last Friday night In New York before the National Association of Manufacturers. Whatever It Is (hat MacArlhur has in mind, If Elsenhower ac- co]Hcd It and it ended the war MacArlhui 1 could feel lie had cndet' ills military career on a plane of vindication nflcr his embarassmenl In 1951. Czechs Fear Red Purge Trials May Spell Return of Germans (Editor's note: The writer of ibis dispatch was chief of the Associated Press bureau In Prague nt the time the Communists took over the government there.) By A. I. GOLDRRKO NEW YORK W) —- Czechoslovaks are reported fearful that the Slnnsky-CIementis purge trials and hangings spell the quick Mo.scow- aponsored return of Sudeten Germans expelled by the Into President Benes nfter World War II. A 'Czechoslovak once close to the Benes govern merit, after studying a JeUer from n profc.sslonnl umn in Czechoslovakia, expressed belief the principal purpose of the trial was to clenr out. the chief opponents of German workers coming back into Czechoslovakia, R move long desired by Moscow. Another trial aim was to forge stronger lies with Germans by playing on whatever anti-Semitic feeling remains In Germany, this former official said. .Relatives in the U. S. received from a member of their family, •till in Chechoslovakia, a letter written after the trial sentences were announced. Identities of those involved must remain guarded. • , The professional man Is a Jew, en* 'of those resettled from his former home Into the Sudeten! arid • long the border of Germany, after some three million Germans were expelled. Benes considered the Sudeten Germans a spearhead of provocation, blaming them for the Inroads thnt Hitler was able to make In taking over Czechoslovakia before and after the Munich agreement in 1938. Skilled Workmen The Sudclcn people were skilled worknien, in glass nnd pottery, mines and Industry- At any were engineers, technicians and factory administrators. Their expulsion was .a hard blow to Czechoslovak industry because It robbed the market of -skilled workers and because tlie expelled Germans immediately set np competition In Germany with their skills. Some went to East Germany. Their homes and furniture were confiscated and turned over lo Czechoslovaks—a great many were Slovaks from poor hill regions— brought from other parts of the country, One Idea was to have a convenient buffer group between the German border and Prague in case of any new German aggression. Czech Industry was working its way back to some sort of normalcy when the Communists look over In Pcbrua ry, 10-18, and p nnou ncef even more grandiloquent four anc five-year plans. Late In 1048 Moscow began badgering the Czechoslovak government to bring back the Germans, especially from East Germany where unemployment and near famine made the situation dangerous for the Communist offshoot ol Moscow. The Kremlin also wanted the door opened to West Germans hopeful Czechoslovak cotmmmlsn could provide a propaganda ccmen that would unify -Germany along the lines Moscow has 'always wonted. Clcmcnlis Hated Germans But the foreign minister, Vladt mir dementis, a Slovak, hntcd the Germans more than he loved Mos cow. Rudolf Slansky, the Commu nlst party boss, was a West Bo hemian who had always lived ir fear of Germany. Together they fought the Moscow plan in (he Cabinet anct beat I early in 19-19. That v>'(\s when Moscow began li catch up with dementis, who had denounced the Stalin-Hitler pact ot 1939 from his refuge In Paris. The mystery was why It had tnken so long to nib him out.. One answer wns that Slovaks had io be thoroughly policed against any uprising over one of their favorite sons. The epilogue appeared ready to be written. The lalesl letter (com Czechoslovakia's Sudeten region put it this way: "We hear about, the trials iti Prague ami we believe that our former guests are going to return. Some have already. That Is the whole feeling here about the trials. My Impression is that I shall have lo ieavc here and go back to our former home in Bohemia." FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1955 State in Running For Alumnia Plant LITTLE ROCK OP)— A «Ut* Official tald today that Arkansas »tlll In the running >« site for a proposed |110 million alumina and uluminum plant to be built by Olin Industrle« of Alton, III. Arthur Emmerlng. executive director of Ihe Resource* and Development Commission, made the statement after talking with Olln officials. Emmerling quoted the company as denying that It had definitely settled on a slle In West Virginia. He added that Ihe' officials assured him they still have » definite Interest In locating somewhere In the Mississippi Valley area. Kven if olhrr medicines ha\i- failed to rolii-vi- your COLD MISERIES YOU-OWEITTO YOURStlf TO TRY 664-IT'S DIFFERENT 666 uauio-uBim TOYS REDUCED UP TO 50% Shoulder Pads & Helmet, Reg. 3.98 1.98 Doll Beds, Reg. 1.59 98 C Many other toys at Big Reductions. Durkees Fancy Shredded Coconut, 4 ox. pk. lOc Tangerines Dozen 1 5e Red Delicious Apples dozen lOc Oran 9« '• each 2c Christmas Trees with Stand 75 C up "We Specialize in Gift Baskcls BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 E. MAIN ST. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land Bill Would Extend Governor's Term l.n-I-LE ROCK W) — A bill lo change the governor's term from two to lour ynarj will be Introduced In the 1»53 Legislature. State- Sen, elect, Dr. E. J. Byrd of Camden Bald here today. Hyrd. who Is In « Little Rock hospital after suffering a broken leK at C.imden, raid he will ask the legislature to adopt a. constitutional amendment changing the governor's time In office. The amendment would be voted upon In the 1054 election. Under Hyrd's bill the governor could notfiucceed himself. * William Long Lonnle Hall . Ida Michel! Leo Brawley Read Courier News Classified Ads. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS CJIICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTOriS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT PLAINTIFF vs. No. J 2.001 ROSS CROWELL, ET AL, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEPENDANTS COMMISSIONKU'S SALK NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner In compliance with the terms of a cenain decree rendered on the 2Gth day of Ma'y, 1952, by the Chancery Court of Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, In the following cause, to-wJL: Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee District, Vs. Ross Ciowell, Et Al, and Certain Dellntjuent Lnnds, Town Lots and Blocks, No. 12,001 will sell at public auction lo the .highest bidder, for cash, at the front door of the Courthouse In the City ol Blylheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 27 day of December, 1952 within the hours prescribed by law for Judicial sales, the following described real estate: Part of Section Township fourteen (14) North. Range Eight (8) East Joe Welch S. 295.17 ft. of E. 205.11 It. SE'.i NE!l 21 Lot' *3.(iO $ .90 Township Fourteen (U) North, Ranse Nine (9) Eait Kathryn Broom W14 NW'.i NE!', 5 17 1.70 .43 Township Fifteen (15) North. Range Klght (8) East J.25 NW 1 17 Lot 1.00 .25 .25 IT Lot 1.20 .30 .2.= Lot l/ot 1.00 2.20 A. A. Reddell lai 13 of E' James Raleigh Adkerson Lot 19 ol Eli NW'/, NEV1 Sanford and Ammic Ashley S'.i Lot 1 of Eli NWH NKV4 H. V. Smith Lot 4 of E'.i NW'.i NEVi Township Fifteen (15) North, Ranee Nine (9) East M. J. McCnnn lot 5 of SWVi NWV4 .31 9 .90 Township Fiflten (15) North, Range Ten (10) East Virginia Hcmphlll Less Lots, NEll of S. 50 ncres, W',4 NEJ4 1 10 1.00 Win. Earl Moody SE Comer Center 1/3 NWV4 1 Lot 1.40 J. F. Monney W>,4 SEU SW',1 - 32 2.00 Townahlp Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven (11) East Haddock Arnold E. 225 It. of S. 270 ft. of SEVt SE'.i 3 Lot .40 Aggie Morris Lot 8 of E. 10 acres, SWV, SW',1 6 Lot .40 . Jerry Hearn S. 130 It. of W. 300 ft N',4 NW'A SWVi !!• Lot 3.80 Hester Kite E. 150 It. of S. 50 ft. NW'.I SW'i IS , Lot B. Otis Koonce SEU SE'.i 21 40 12 ] 1 Acre l.otil of Subdivision N. ISO ft. ol W. 50 ft. Eli 3 E 119W ft. of W. 229VJ ft. 1.40 .40 2.20 .35 .05 .10 M .25 Second Kcplil ot J. r. Frlut »nd <iiltw»> Subdivisions to Bljt'ievllle Odle Taylor 6 Steve Calvert E. 50 ft. 14' Paul Shipley 2 Clarence Edwards 5 Alf Jones E. 115 It. 43 A. M. Houston N14 of E. 252 (t. of, W. 417 ft. 43 Fdwln Robinson Addition to B!yfhevllle Nora Harvey 5 4 S. L. Sales 13 4 Amelia Williams 6 10 Arthur Shannon 3 12 James Smith 5 13 2.20 2.20 1.80 .40 1.80 .40 i.eo 1.20 1.80 1.80 1.80 .55 .55 .45 .10 .45 .45 .30 .45 .45 .45 Bar rim ,V Lilly Addition to BlyUievllle D Jessie and Estelte Farris.,..; 13 Virgin,a Martin i Same' 2 E Blylhe Addition to Blythcvllle Mrs. N«clcy Jarrcll WV-. '.. 15 24 Brawley Addition lo Blylheville Goldcrcst Brewing Co. N. 75 ft. ot IT Kolllson's H«|ilat of N<4 Blocks 5 and 6 of Chicago Mill and Lumber Company's Second Addition to Blrfheville Elva C. Beckncll 16 6 M. L. Nichols Same Virgil Foley Ora Dale Cagle .. Garvin Hatley Ku.i.llt Height! Addition to Blythevllle 2.00 .50 14 15 4 11 1 Mamie Tucker Same Same Mamie Tucker Same Mrs. Mary Morse East Justus Sunnyslde Addition lo Blythevllle B 1 7 4 3 5 •}' 6 8 6 Vick's Subdivision — Blytlicvllle 1 E. B. Same Same West End Subdivision—Blytheville Chitwood Same 10 ] i 12 13 .. 14 15 Wilson's First Addition t» Blythevllie Robert Sims g Same i Clarence Burch R Same . 9 .23 .25 Sam Billings . Unknown i Unknown 2 Clorene Jackson 3 Unknown . - 23 Unknown 25 !";• "nown \i '.: C. Williams '.'.','.'.'.'. 21 G. C. Manley c Wilson's Third Addition to Olythcvilie Mrs. W. A. White i 9' ; 200 Original Survey to Dell • R. D. Hardin . 8 B 1.80 Irregular Lots in Town of Leachville Unknown Lot 12 NEH SW'i 8-15-8 Lot .40 Matthew's First Addition to Leachvllle 8 2.60 2.60 1.80 1.60 2.20 1.20 .40 1.40 1.80 1.20 1.20 .to .60 .60 .GO .60 2.40 .20 .20 1.80. 1.60 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 2.60 E. J. Field Eva Sullivan ... 2 1 12 2 Smith's Addition to Leachville 14 15 16 1.40 4.00 Township Sixteen (16) Nnrl.'i, Range Ten (10) East Lula M. Goss SWVi NEVi S. of Levee 20 16 1.60 .25 .'25 .40 Cecil McAdams Same Same Minnie Lula Meador 24 J. W. Buck 8 Same -. g Staudenmeyer Addition to I.eachville Mrs. Asa Thomas 7 A Same s',4 8 Mrs. Annie Gabbard N'.i 9 Dortch E. 75 ft. 9 Original Survey to Manili Mrs. Maggie Billings 28 3 Vernon S. Taylor 205 16 Same 206 16 NWV, SE", 20 40 4.00 1.00 Allison Addition to Blythcville Total 25% , Lot Elk. Tax Penalty Cost N. 40 ft Name Lucille E. Tillmnn Mary Donncspn .. O. C. Jefferson '•,. Maude Tolliver '. Lydla Moran ; Mamie Tucker T. H. and Irene Haywood Maude Tollivcr Sam Barnes Subdivision tn Blytheviile •:<?_•-Alley —,./. N. 100 it. i .40 Bert" E. Ellison lo 1.20 Opal ^Taylor 15 1.43 Floyd Sterling ifi LOO Barron & Lilly Addition le> Blylherllle 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.60 .40 1.40 1.80 Jessie and Estelle Farrls 13 Virginia Martin ] E Same 3 E Blythe Addition lo Illytheville Mrs. Neeley Jarrell W'.-i 15 24 Brawley Addition lo (Hjlhevllle doldcrest Brewing Co N 75 ft. 11 3 » E. M. Brjan Addition to Blythevilli Opal Webster n 5 Same Eddie R. Anderson Leo Swift Mrs. I. M. Bentley Willard Glover ... Irwln E. Dargcr '. 21 5 luci Addition to Blytlieville W',4 7 2 5 4 D»vld Acres —Blylheville 9 J 7 4 J. C. Frazler Same H. E. Fisher .. Same Divij Third Addition In Blythevllle 10 11 1 1 .40 1.40 1.40 1.80 1.60 1.80 1.80 .40 2.00 2.20 3.80 3.40 1.60 1,60 2.40 1.20 3.60 1.00 3.00 300 360 .60 Mrs. I. E. Fisher ........................... 5 Same .......... . .......................... g Fulghiim Addition to Blythcvlllg Arthur D. Fann .......................... 5 i Arbell Sutterfield .......................... 14 i Hearn Second Addition to Blylheville Blake Polly ................................ 21 B Ssn > ................................. NV4 22 B Highland Place Addition to Blylhcrllle Mrs. Dolly Brown ......................... s 1 2.20 Harold A. Jones ............................ H 2 2.60 Holllpeter »nd Shonyo Addition to Blylheville T1M» McClish ............................. ]6 1 1.00 Johnnie Soward ........................... g J M Maude Tolliver ........................... is 4 IRQ M. C. McClish ............................. io 5 LOO W. W. Hotlipcler Second Addition lo Blytheville 28 s 13 Charlie Mitchell ........................... 19 Luke nnd Ollic Mae Lard ................. 23 Mosc Mitchell and Louis Lewis ............. 26 T. W. Thompson ................... 16 Lillian Walker .............................. 3 Unknown ................................. 21 Enos Davis .............. . ........... . ..... 3 Oscar Clark ............................. \'.\ 5 Unknown ................................. 27 Unknown ................................. 2R Willie RanRe .............................. 30 Alton Metcalf .............................. 27 Same •Inmes Joncn Willie Wells Irregular I.olj In Town o Csldwell Beauty Shop Less N. 50 ft. of E. 150 It. All Lot 19 SE'i SW'i R. V. Gcan .......... Lot C.ln S'i NE'i Same ............. Lot D In s>i NE'I Larry's Second Addition lo Blythrvtlle Bessie and L. C. Strong ................. 11 1 L»rry'j Fovrth Addition to Blythevllle Johnnie Johnson . ......................... i ljrrj'« Fifth Addition to Bl.rtheville Emma Lee and Jamci Junior Robblns.... 1 Frances King ............................. 33 Mile Daniels Addition to Blylhevlll* Ernest Brooks ............................. » ' 1 Same ..................................... to 1 Maybtlle Subdlvlshm — Bl.vthtvllU Albert T. plero ........... ................ 4 4 ' Origin*! Surver lo Blythevllle 1-arry Davis ...................... E. 15 ft. 25 J. W. Owen Addition (« Blytherllle Birdie Hughes ............................. 1 Rebecca Fallereon Subdivision — 8 6 » t g 10 10-15-11 15-15-11 15-15-11 .40 .40 .40 1.00 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .1.00 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 1.40 .40 .35 .35 .35 .35 .45 .10 .35 .45 .10 .30 .35 .25 .10 .35 .35 Aft .45 .10 .50 .55 .95 .85 .40 .40 .60 .30 .90 .25 .75 .75 .90 .15 .55 .65 .25 .10 .40 .25 .10 .10 .10 .25 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .IS .10 .10 .10 .10 .55 .10 Mo .3J 3,00 ,11 4.60 l.ij .25 .25. ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25' .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25. .25 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 M .25 .25 .25' .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .55 .25 .25 .95 B B B E G G A B c 2.20 1.80 1.40 .40 .40 •1.40 .40 1.60 2.20 40 1.40 .40 1.00 .40 .40 .65 .65 .45 .40 .55 .30 .10 .35 .45 .30 .15 .15 .15 .15 .15 .60 .05 .05 .45 .40 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .65 .45 .55 .45 .35 .10 .10 .35 • .10 .40 .55 .10 .35 .10 as .10 .10 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 2"i .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Opal Webster Same Eddie R. Anderson Leo Swift Mrs. I. M. Bentley Willard Glover ... Il'Win E. Barger .. E. .M. Bryan Addition lo Blythevllle 17 5 18 5 21 5 Bugg Addition *o Blythevllle 1.00 .2S 3.50 '. .83 3.50 ,3« 4.50 1.13 4.00 1.00 T 5 David Acres — Blytheville 9 J. C. Frazier ... Same „ H. E. Fisher Same Mrs. I. E. Fisher Same Davis Third Addition lo Blythevllle 10 11 I 2 5 6 4.50 4.50 1.00 5.00 5.50 850 8,50 4.00 4.00 6.00 3.00 9.00 2.50 Fulgham Addition lo Blythevllle Arbell Sutterfield '14 i 7 jg Hearn Second Addition fo Blythevllle Blake Polly : 21 B 900 Same NVJ 22 fl. 1.50 Highland I'lace Addition to Blythevllle Mrs. Dolly Brown 5 i 5 so Harold A. Jones n 2 650 Holllneler and Shonyo Addition lo Blylheville Tilda McClish '. ; ^ 16 -I 250 Johnnie Soward 6 3 i oo Maude Tolliver ; 16 4 4.00 W. W. Hollipeler Second Addition to Blythevllle Charlie Mitchell 19 Luke and Ollie Mae Lard ' 23 Mose Mitchell and Louis Lcwi.s 26 T. W. Thompson 10 Lillian Walker 3 Unknown 21 Enos Da vis 2 Oscar Clark Unknown Unknown Alton Metcnlf Same James Jones Willie Wells 5. 27 28 21 28 1,00 1.00 1.00 2.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 13 ll) Irregular Lois in Town of Blythcville C^ldwell Beauty Shop Less N. SO ft of E 150 ft. All Lot 19. SKVi SWVi 10-15-11 750 R. V. Gean .Lot C in S'i NE'i 15-15-11 LOO Same Lot D In S'i NEVi 15-15-11 1.00 Larry's Second Adclilion lo Biyihevllle Bessie and L. C. Strong 11 i.OO ^ Larry's Fourth Addition lo BlyUieville Johnnie Johnson 7 5^ Larry's Fifth Addition to Blytlieville Emma Lee and James Junior Rabbins 1 Frances King 33. Male Daniels Addilion lo Blytheville ?rnest Brooks , g i Same ...........' 10 1 Maybelle Subdivision lo Blytheville Albert T. Pierce 4 4 Jessie W. Raspberry ..' 4 5 Original Survey to Blytheville Larry Davis E. 15 (t. If, 3. W. Owen Addilion to Blytheville Birdie Hughes i 1.13 1.13 .25 1.25 1.38 2.38 2.13 1.00 1.00 1.50 .75 2.25 .63 1.88 2.25 J6 1.38 1.63 .63 .25 1.00 .25 .63 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .55 .25 .25 .25 1.88 ,25 .25 Sloan's Subdivision o( NEH NEli, E. of Ry. 36-15-8, Manili Paul J. Roberts ; i 120 30 Arch Glisson 3-A • 1.40 .35 Sloan's Subdivision of W« NW 1 /,, N. 01 Ry. 31-15-!), Manila W. T. Ripper Lot 3-F NWU NW'.i 1.40 ..35 Irregular Lots in Town of Yarbro Mary Alice Bunch W. 220 ft. of E. 260 ft. of S. 99 ft. of N. 683 It. NEVi NW!i 27-16-11 Lot 40 10 I. C. Whittle Lot 2 SWV. NEVi ' •" S. of Bayou 27-16-11 Lot 1.60 .40 .25 Said sale will be. had lo 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 lor which said property is delinquent, for Tributary Taxes, for the year 1951 WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on this the 20 day of .25 November, 1952, A. D. (Seal) HARVEY MORRIS Commissioner In Chancery. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT 1 PLAINTIFF vs. No. 12.00O ROSS CROWELL. 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 2Gth day of May, 1952, by the Chancery Court of Chlckasawba, District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, in the following cause, to-wit; 'Board of Directors. St. Francis Levee District, Vs. Ross Crowell, Et Al, nnd Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots and Blocks, No. 12,000 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 (he 27 day of December. 1952, within the hours prescribed by. law for Judicial sates, the following described real.estate- Part of Section Township Fou-t«n (14) North, Range Eight (8) East Joe Welch s. 295.17 ft. of E. 235.17 it, SE'.4 NEH V 21 Lot J9.00 $2.25 Township Fourteen (14) North, Range Nine (9) East Kathryn Broom W',i NW'i NEli 5 17 4.25 Sam Simmons SEU NE'l 12 40 10.00 Townsliip FitlMn |15> \orlh, Range Eight (8) Kasl A. A. Reddell Lot 13 of EH NW'I NEVi 17 Lot 2.50 ».25 1.06 3.50 James Raleigh Acikerson .63 .25 .63 1.38 .56 . .25 .88 1.25 Lot 19 ot E',1 NW!l NE!t 17 Lot 3.00 Sanford and Ammie Ashley SH Lot 7 of E'/, NW'I NE'S 17 Lot 2150 H. V. Smith Lot 4 ot E',i NW'4 NEH 17 Lot 5.50 Township Fifteen (15) North. Range Nine (9) Eajt M. J. McCann Lot 5 of SW'i NW'i 31 . 9 2.25 Township Flfleen (15) North, Range Ten (10) East Wm. Earl Moody SE Corner Center 1/3 NWU 1 Lot 3.50 J. F. Mooney W« SEH SW'i 32 20 5.00 Township Fifteen (15) N,o rtn - Range Eleven (11) E»sl Haddock Arnold E. 225 ft. ot S. 270 ft. of SE'i SE'i Aggie Morris Lot 8 of E. 10 acres. SW'i SW'I 8 Lot 1.00 .25 .25 Jerry Hearn s. 130 ft. of W. JOO ft, of N',5 NW'I SW'.i Hester Kite E. 150 ft. of S. SO ft, NW'i SW'i 16 Lot 3.50 B. Otis Kooncc SEW SEH 21 40 10.00 Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Nine (91 East J. W. Cowan All in Ark. NE'i E. ot Levee. 21 6 .30 Same " Lot 1 Sup. Survey 21 19 .»5 TowasMp Sixteen (161 North, Range Ten UO) East Lllld M. Goss SW'i NF.'i S. of Levee 20 16 4.00 I 00 Same NW'i SE'i 20 40 10.00 2.50 Allison Addition to Rljthevllle Total 25% 1.00 1.00 3.50 1.00 3.50 4.50 .25 .25 .88 .25 .88 1.13 1.50 1.88 Rebecca Patterson Subdivision — Blytheville 11.50 2.88 William Long ; 12 Lonnle Hall j , 1 Acre Lots of Subdivision [da Michell N. 150 ft. of W. 50 ft. E'.i 3 Leo Brawley E. lin>i ft. of W. 229',; ft. 8 3.50 , .50 1.00 5.50 .25 • 2 * .24 .25 .M .25 .25 .25 .2.5 .25 .2S .25 .25 .25 .25 .2S .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ..25 .25 .25 .25 .29 .25, .25 '.25' .25 .25 .75 .25 .25 .25 .25' 1.38 Second licplat of J. P. Pride and Gateway Subdivision to BlythcTllle Odie Taylor •....'. 6 Steve Calvert E. 50 ft. 14 Paul Shipley 2 Clarence Edwards . 5 Alf Jones E. 175 tt 43 A. M. Houston N!i of E. 252 ft. of W. 477 ft .'.. 43 D D M P Edwin Robinson Addition lo Blyl.hevllle Nora Harvey ". 5. -4 4 A. L. Sales 13 4 3 5.50 5.50 4.50 1.00 4.50 1.00 Amelia Williams 4.50 4.50 1.38 1.38 1.13 .25 1.13 .25 1.13 .75 1.13 1.13 Arthur Shannon Rollison's Kepiat of N'Si Blocks 5 and 6 of Chicago Mill and Lumber Company's Second Addition In RlythcvlUe .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Elva C. Beckncll 16 6 5.00 Ruddle Heights Addition to Klythcville M. L. Nichols 14 Same 15 Virgil Foiey ; 4 Ora Dale Cagle n 1 Garvin Hallcy Smmystde Addition to Blythevilie Mamie Tucker 6 Same 7 Same ;..., 3 Same Same Vick's Subdivision — Blythcvllle Mrs. Mary Morse East Justus,.. 1 E. B Chitwood Same . . Same . . Same . . Same . . Same . . West End Subdivision — Blythcville 10 11 12 13. 14 15 Wilson's First Addition to Blytheville 6 7 Robert Sims ' Same Clarence Burch 8 Same 9 Sam Killings 9 Unknown . .'. 1 Unknown 2 Clorene Jackson 3 Unknown 23 Unknown 25 11 6.50 6.50 4.50 4.00 5.50 3.00 1.00 3.50 4.50 3.00 3.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 6.00 .50 .50 4.50 4.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 6.50 Unknown E.C.Williams 21 O. C. Manley c Wilson's Third Addition to Bljthevllle MCE. W. A. White 9 6 5.00 Original Survey lo Ucli R. D. Hardin 8 B ' 4.50 Irregular I.ols in Town of I.eachville Unknown Lot 12 NE'i SW", B-15-8 1 00 Matthew's First Addition lo I.eachville 1.25 1.G3 1.63 1.13 1.00 1.33 .13 .25 .88 1.13 .75 .75 .38 .38 .38 .36 .38 1.50 .13 .13 1.13 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.63 1.3S .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 1.13 .26 3 Lot 1.00 .35 .25 11 Lot 9.50 33* .25 .88 2.50 .OS .24 .25 .25 Name Lucile E, Tillman g Mary Donneson N. 40 It 1 D. C. Jeftcrson 1 M»ude Tolliver 1 LydiR Moran IS Mamie Tucker 1 Lot BiV. Tax Penalty Cost T. H. and Irene Kay wood 3.50 3.SO 3.50 3.50 4,50 1,00 3.50 ISO Maude TolUver Sam Barncft Subdivision tA Hlylheville W. O. Alley N. 100 II 1 1.00 Bert E. Ellison lg 3.00 -SB .88 .88 .88 1.13 .25 .88 1.13 .25 .15 E. J. Field :. 2 1 Eva Sullivan 12 2 Smith's Addition lo Lcachvilte Cecil McAdams Same Same Minnie t-ula Meador .1. w. Buck Same 14 15 16 24 B B B E O G Staudenmeyer Addition to Lcachvilie Mrs. Asa Thomas 7 A Same ^ S'i 8 A Mrs. Annie Onboard N',4 9 B Ira Dortch E 75 ft. 9 O Original Surrey lo M.tnlla Mrs. Maggie Billings 28 3 Vernon S.Taylor i.205 16 Same : 206 16 550 4.50 3.50 1.00 1.00 3.50 1.00 4.00 5.50 ' 1.00 3,50 1.00 2.50 1.00 1.00 M 1.38 1.13 .88 .25 .25 .88 .25 1.00 138 .25 .88 M .63 .26 .25 Sloan's Subdivision of NEK NEM, E. of Ry. 36-15-8, Manll* Pftlll J. Roberts 1 3.00 .75 Arch Olisson 3A 3.50 83 Sloan's Subdivision of W',5 NWM. N. of Ry., 31-15-8. Maiill* W. T. Ripper Lot 3 F NW'i NW'.i Mary Alice Bunch Irregular Lots In Town of Yarbro W. 220 ft. of E. 260 ft of S. 99 ft. of N. 683 ft. NEU NWtt 27-16-11 J. C. Whittle Lot 2 BWU NEH S. of Bayou 27-16-11 3.50 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .2-i .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .M .25 .2S .35 .25 .25 4.00 1.00 .75 Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree for taxes and costs dus the Plaintiff on each and every separate tract and parcel ot land nnd on each and every separate lot and block, as Is set out In said decree for which satd property Is delinquent for Levee Taxes for the year 1951. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on this the 20 day of November, 1952, A.D. (Seal) HARVEY MORRIS Commissioner In Chancery.

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