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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1950 BLYTHIV1LLB fARK.V OOUB1ZS NTW1 Evidently Ready to Renew Fair Deal'Battle with Congress H_ YASiW v»B-r ri. ' \^^ JACK BELL WASHINGTON, Nov. 17. President Truman, outwardly hap py and scrappy, evidently was ready today to renew battle .with the new, and old congresses (or his "Fair Deal" program. " On the political front, Mr. Truman discounted the election victories of Republicans, reiterated his backing for Secretary of State Ach, refused to back-track on his roversial domestic program and Jed questions about whether he may run again;. The President told his first post, election news conierence yesterday he expects the Lame Duck session of Congress meeting Nov. 27 to approve an excess profits tax, another big chunk of military appropriations, statehood (or Alaska and Hawaii and an extension of rent controls. Optimism No' Shared Almost nobody in Congress—Including his own legislative lieutenants—shared Mr. Truman's optimism on 'this score. The president said he was riot calling Congress buck early,- as he had said he might r do, because the request for more funds to fln- •- ance the fighting In Korea and the nation's military buildup still Is being whipped into shape. There was every sign that Congress would approve any such men- sure. . • But Senate action IK doubtful on any excess profits tax bill that might be passed in the Elouse early In December. Senator Taft of Ohio, who' heads the Republican Policy Committee, has said he. doesn't believe any action will come In. the short session. Southern Democratic • delaying tactics may crop up against house- approved bills to grant statehood to Hawaii and Alaska. The Republicans may help out on this. f ialrman . .aybank (D-SC) al- y has predicted that the Sen- Banking Committee won't act on rent control extension in the Ijame Duck session. Controls are due to expire Dec. 31 except in communities which take positive action to extend them for : slx months. 'Fair Deal' to Be Pushed Despite Reubltcan victories In last week's election. Mr. Truman made it plain that when he reports to the new 82nd Congress in January on the state of the nation he will wrap up again all or the "Fair" Deal" proposals he said he had been making since World War II ended. His oivn advisers seemed lfkelj r to tell the President—If he asks— that he will have * much smaller chance In Congress with Increased Republican strength to get action on such proposals as repeal of the Taft - Hartley Act. compulsory health Insurance, the: Brannan Farm Subsidy ,Payment Plan.. o . .Mr.' Truman's wrap-up probably will also Include civil rights recommendations, which a strengthened Southern Democratic bloc seems in .position to stall again In the Sen- , ^ In response to a question, the President said he always had gotten along with the Southern Bloc It never had been he who wasn't able to get along, he added. Southerners Indicated they didn't consider this much of. an olive branch, although they greeted as a sensible decision the President's announcement that he won't try to Interfere In the choice of' a new party leader to replace ' Senator. Lucas of Illinois. Lucas was defeated by Republican Everett'Dirk- sen. Dirksen is one of a number of Republicans who have called for- replacement of Secretary Acheson Some Democrats have said privately they regarded Acheson as a political liability in'the election. Mr.-Truman made It emphatic that Acheson Is staying. He is go- Ing to^slay as Secretary of Slat: —period, Hie President said. Some of his listeners recaller! • the President's almost. equally em-1 phntlc 'statement last summer that ] both Acheson and Secretary of De- tense Louis Johnson would remalp | in his Cabinet as Ion? 1 as Ue was; W 'ident. Johnson was out a few s. later. Wainwright Fears Invasion Via A/oj'«r CLEVELAND. Tann.. N'ov. 17 •£>, —Osn. Jonathan Wahnvrlgiit siys he fears ttat If r malrr wnr emu- with Ru.«ia. she would invade thtf ro'intry through Al,t^ki< mid nlonj the West Coast of America. Gen. \Vain\vrlslit suokc here lasi night nt a .banquet zi v ev> in t\\f honor by the Dl.<nble'd American Veterans. The famous Bitaan Commnnder. 1 referring to the present conflict In I Korea, added, '*! am worried about the possible outcome of this—I call It^a little two bit war with Russia NEW DEFENSE AIDE - Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg (above) of New York, who lias been picked as assistant Secretary of Defense, smiles as she answers questions from newsmen at * Pentagon press conference. Secretary - of Defense George Marshall introduced Mrs. Rosenberg as "the outstanding manpower expert" in the country. CAP Wlrephoto) Red China Recognizes Rotary International HONG KONG, Nov. 17. M'J—Ro- tarv International has been "recognized" officially by Communist China. R. H. Jones, president of the Kowloon Rotary Club, told-a meeting nl ihe club yesterday that Pciping had granted International Rotary the first license to'operate in China a legal .private organization. ' Jones also reported that Pelplng had granted the second license of similar nature to the "International Freemasons." Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday, at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, Mail Is delivered regularly to » colony of house-boats on the Thames River at Chelsea. London county clerk: MIno r. Dover, Jr., ind Kin, Annie Lee Holt, both of Blythevllle. Verlin Ranke and Miis Betty J. S»nd«fur, both of East St. Louis, Nationalittt Riport K«d R»inforc«m*ntt On Way ' TAIPEI, rormoaa, Mov, 11. <AP)— Chinese NationalUt reporta laid today that last tlemenU of Red China's Fourth Field Army left Canton for Manchuria laat week. The reporta aatd two third* of the field army'* 600,000 men already are massed along the Manchurian- Korean border. They added the latest transfer Included units of the Chinese Communist 44th Army.. "ECHO MiMRS YOUR CM.L fOR FINE KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON THE FULL FLAVOR OF OLD KENTUCKY-NATURALLY GREAT SINCE 1888 STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY • 4 YEARS OLD •' 86-PROOF tt-HO SPRING DISTILLING COMPANY • LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY IN THE CHAMCKRY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OP DIRECTORS. ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT, ............ , .................. . ..... PLAINT1FK DEFENDANTS ROSS CROWELL, ET AL. AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given, thai the undersigned Commissioner In compliance with the terms of a certain decree rendered on the 6th day of July, 1950. by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba All for Love When her husband's love Is wan- In?. a Moroccan woman buys some honey, pours it on her forehead anti lets it run down her face'. 1 She catches the drips from her chin with a spoon, pricks her tongue with a fig-leaf, mixes Ihe blood with seven grains of salt and the honey takes dirt from her footprint and puts the concoction into the food of her wayward husband. & FUEL OIL : Dial 4091 or 740 Shirley Hipp yOUR FRIENDLY' MAGNOLIA DEALER r And Enjoy a "Paid-up Holiday Next Year! (Join {Jur C/m'j//»iaJ Yes, sir, you can si I buck ami give (he old "heave ho" to Christmas bills for fjie best .Christmas ever. . .in '51! Planned Christmas Club Savings build your Christmas cash needs (o a pay-as-you-go basis. Join our Christmas Club this week! It's simple, easy-to-use and anyone can join. You determine how much you want to save, arrange your own deposits. And before Christmas next year you'll have a nice, fal check wailing for you! HERE'S HO\V YOUR FUND BUILDS UP: 2oc a week for 50 weeks . 50c a week for 50 weeks SI a week for 50 weeks $2 a week for 50 weeks $12.50 . .. 525 .. , $50 ...sino $5 a week for 50 weeks .5250 s Why Not Join Our Club This Week? WORLD NEWS 12:45 NOON Uslen every day 12M5 N n on over Kt-CN for World' N«w f hrnu.ehl to you *s » public service by Ihe Pirsl Nalional Bank FIRST NATIONAL BANK M'trict, Arkanav. In tht following e«u»e, to-wtt: Board of Dlrecton, St. Francia L*ve« District, Vi. Rosa Crowell, Et AV*nd -•-••• • ,: - : ... Certain Delinquent Lands, Town lota and Bloclcs, No. 11,232 will Mil at public aucllon to th« highest bidder, for caah tt t door of the Courthouse In Ihe City of Blyth«vill«, MlssUaipnl Arkansas, on the 30 day of December 1850, within the houri p by law for Judicial snles, the following described real ettaU: c Supposed Owner o S 'S * & .2 V """ V rf ^ «ti '« % oft »I 1 w w H fLi O Towmhtp Fourteen (14) North, Ranc* H«hl (81 Eaat Robert Lee Herring, N. 20851 ft. _ 208»i ft. NW NW'i SW'.i .... 27 1 $.55 » .08 ».2S '• L. and Grady Eaton, Township Fourteen (U) North, Rin|e Nine 191 Eaat R. A. Orecnway, SE'l NE!i .... 12 40 10.00 2.50 .25 E. L. Parks SW'.i SE'i W. of Levee 28 S .36 08 25 Unknown. E. of Levee, • Frl. S\V", SW'.I .... 3J JS 1 2S 31 JS c- <.-'x- TowiHlilp Fifteen (15) North, Rinte EI E ht (8) Eaat E. E. Gooch, Parcel 2 of Lot 3 NW-l « 31 7.15 194 "5 Hill and Mary May Lampion, S 70 ft SW'.i NW'i. East of Honey Cypress Ditch | Lot j oo 1S ,. Ray and Florence Linlcy. S 11 • ' acres of E'.i NWtt NE'i .... 17 11 2,15 69 3S Frank Barnes. N. 150 ft. of E. 50 ft. of W. 100 ft. B'.i NW'i NE'i ... 17 Lot 5.50 138 28 Same, N. 150 ft. of B. 50 ft. of T n V ;, 3GC u L ,, E! ' i mV " 4 NE>i •"'• 17 Ix)t S ' 5 ° I-'* .3* T. D. Marshall. S. 75 ft. of N. 225 ft. of E. 26 (t. of W. 316 ft. SWi NE 1 ; 17 r.nt t nn it ... Pltts-Carml Gin Co., 280 x 330 ft. Lot In SW Corner. SW'i, SEfi of Ry ... 30 Lot 11.50 288 25 Township Fifteen (15) North, fUn ( e Nine (»> Eait G. L, Richardson, Lot 1 Slip. Survey 5 1 05 n! 7* G. E. Snlrtcr. NE'i SW'I NE'i ... 30 10 250 83 ' 2 J Wn, Earl'Moor'sE'cor"^ 151 N '° rlh ' """ ^ "" "« Center 1/3 NW"> ) Lot 350 M Ivan Calvcrt NE Corner ' » Center 1/3 NW'I i 1 i nn ,, -. Herbert Belts, SVi Lot 3 '" i3S Sup. SurvRv . « 3-1 •> >7« - Q _, lownship 1-iflccii (IS) North, Kanje Eleven (11) Ea»< John Ed Grimes. Lot 1 of E. v 10 acres SW'i SW'i g Lot 450 1 n <n Leo Swift. Lot 14 In E'.j .W',4 ' ' ' K'.j SW!i 9 ( 150 ,. ,. W. N. Mulllns, E, 1 acre .of W. 3 acres Lot 3 N',2 N'-', 'SE'l in Tnt t *ri •• «• Gennle Lowcry, N.- 171 a. of E. . 50 ft. Lot 17 NE',1 ...-. 15 Lot 4.nn 1 «, •» - Qte, Johnson .-.-. ;...'..., a i too ' "S ' "2 ' ta^ Corrin* Halfen 17 ' S IM 5 ~j» in County, PcUr Clark , i, , }'S} % « !« Oeorg. Allea Si ? '.£ « M 2 Van Adams """"."a i '£ « « 2 - * S 1 " 111 "'"'' M"y Hour*! ... 3 4 LOO !» 3S lij H»,8 Dellle Stokes ..21 4 ion « « VM IP sam. ;::; -^ i m Jl M I* 3 fl'O Enoa Davit "2 « 1 nn it « '-Ji! 3£S 0«ar Clark '.."".Si S '| jj * 2~ Jol "" un . •..« 1-00 '3 M • I* • j{ Irregular Let* In Town of BiytherUl* Sec. Twp. Rge. ' '•'- \ Carl Alber, N. 74 ft. of E 170 fl. " v, ^i' 2 ' EH WM SE '' 4 "- : ' 9 « " 'SO' M 2i- 483 nil Elmer plowers , A lot 123 x 61 ',4 ft. . .. °T "•T» out of Lot 16 of W!4 K',4 SB"., •*• . aa per deed recorded In • • , : • - ; Book 101, page 382 .. 91511400 100 J» ttt I.«l Gu» Chltwood Est., Less S. 87 ft. * and less N. 110 ft. of E. 180 ft. Jas, A B. Anderson. Jr 3 .! i s:64 i rt: 'of' '" " * M IM ** ' "" ... : W. 108 ft. N. & E. of NW Corner 4.00 • Lot 4 of J. !A. Jonl* Subdivision % to Blytheville In Lot 11, . . . ' «••• E'.i W',i SE',1 9 15 11 ssn i« « »Vi • A, T. * T. Co., N. 210 fl. of S. 230 11. 1>S * * T ' U "•" of,E. 200 ft. of -rn ' I!i SE .'>..NW'.t ........ 10 15 11 3.oo .75 M 4«e 7.13 Webb B. 46 ft. of Lot a In .NEU NE!i ....17 16 11 4oo -inn m a i 4,00 Unknown, Tract No. 2 BlythevuV °° "* IJI Plant Site . 17 i« 11 ^ t n » •< .> " lM 1.01 Block ,. ., _ . Jamea Addition to Bljlheiilfc ,••' Mf«. R»chel Prlvett, W. 42 ft, .... » c :l,0o ' .26 .2S 1J( _.,. . IJfrj AddlUon lo Blythtvllle * MiJ ' lx " 1K 13 35 ° 88 25 483 , , Larrj'i Second .AddlUon to Blviherllte Jewel Jacobs [ 0 3 5 ' 0 «. .. .,. 2-50 vanc« and Frank Slcphcnson .... 21 i.oo '28 JS 1* J70 r- ., ™,,, L *">'* Thl "' Addition to BIjtheTlll* •. '•'« Geo. McClatching a i nn ~. ,. , .. jMM-Dougi.. 12 |;~ f .g" }* Truelove Duncan ., 22 loo 28 M 1A . • l-arry'. Fourth Addition to Blylhevill* _ John and Missouri Flinches '1 350 M ja , 4IB '•13 Qeo. and Lillian Thomrt -j 3 ' 5 o „ „ i'S Noble Jackson 44 sS u M * <-«3 John King „ J" '" •?* ••"* ... J«..«^ Coj-rln. Punches ......... 75' 3.so ^88 '.a, *.* Unknown, Bal. NE'.i F,. of Ditch and W. of Meander' Line n Mrs. w. w. McQauehey, N',4 S'i NW'.i Sup. Survey ,..24 Same, N',i S'.i NW11" Orig, Survey 21 Same. N!i S'i S'.j NW'/l Sup, Survey 24 Same. N'.i S'.S S',S NW'.i Orig.-Survey 24 IS 22 2.25 2.53 8.50 M ,25 1.09 1.33 .39 .25 \25 Township Slvleen (16) Ndrlh, Karne Eight' (8) 1,-f \\rlf Ktl^l/ t.,-,.. ^^ _- - _ .*fc,,fc \al Lonnte Hart, W',', NE'i SEH Same, Els SE'.i J. W. ' NEfi E. of Levee Same, Lot 1 Sup. Survey '.'.'.'. 36 36 .. 21 :. 21 5.00 5.00 30 85 .59 . .25 East ' .25 .25 1.25 1.25 .08 ,24 .25 .25 On/y National Bank in Mi'umJppJ County MEMBER: FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDKRAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Township Sixteen (IB) North, Rang* Ten (It) Eaat K?n^l GmSIC* 1,11, r.-^., • _- __ _' ^»"y fc.«»» Chas. O'Neal Smilh, w.i SEH ... 29 go 2000 Chas. Orr, NE',i SE',4 Sup. Survey 30 33 3.94 Lot Block Allison Addition to Blythevllli 5.00 M Caruthers and Hobble Ue Williams Lut-lle E. Tlllman D. c. Jefferson ..'.: .,:..). Maude Tolivcr Lydla Mornn . Maude Toliver':.!.-....-. ... Prances Sanders ......... Maurie' Tollver Same . ; Dan Hnrber ' •.;.. 1 t 2 1 13 . ,5 ,1 8 .1 4 3.00 3.50 3.50 3:50 •4.50 . 4.50 3.00 4.SO 3.50 1.00 .88 1.13 1.13..75 1.13 .80 .25 ,v ~ „,, Sam Barnes SuMMsion to Blylhevllle W. O. Alley. N. 100 ft. ...... -.1 100 25 D. A. Smith, S 40 It of N 100 fti ,'. 2 Mrs. j. F. Mooncy, S. 60 ft.'..... 2 H. R. Hill ... 12 Floyd 'Austin - ..'.'.'..". 14 . 3.50 ' 3.50 3.50 .50 ' 3.50 3.50 4.50 . .50 1.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 .88 .88 1.13 .13 .25 .88 .75 .83 Barren 4; tllly Addition i« Blylhevllle Virginia Martin 'i rj Same . .. ] j E Sura .V. Stone . 5 p Mrs. Florence R. Housh, N. 2 ft. of 2 H Orcn Goff g ^ Same ' ..:..;.. ' 7 K W. J. Logan. S. 28 ft. .. '.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'. e L John G. Hollman 15 L> S. H. Bishop Addition lo Bljihtrhle" May M. Dcver ....; 3 3 50 gg Blythe Adriillun lo Blylhevlll* tra Nicholas . IB 21 5.50 138 Ed B. Cook. W. 10 ft.' 2 27 150 3S Dieima Wisom j 30 s'.so '.88 Br»wley Addlllnii lo Blythevllle J. L. Brown ,...,.. 23 1 100 25 'ames Willis ..,; u 3 i.oo | M E. M. Bryan Addillon la BIylherlll* Haslcell D. Graham 4 i . 4.50 j.u Same, WM 5 -, 350 Leo Swift . I... is 8 1.00• an Addition to Bljth-ivlll. Leo Swift, W!i 7 J Mrs. 1. M. Bcntley s 4 Joe Carney ; i 13 Same j 13' N. W. Wright, N',i of of s 2/J of Lots 3 and 4 13 5.00 5.50 4.SO 8.50 5.50 .28 1.2S 1.36 1.1J 1.38 1.38 .25 .25 .25 2b ' .25 .25 .25 - .25 . .25 .25 '.25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .2.f .25 .25 '.35 .25 .25 .25 .29 ,21 .34 .25 .25 R. L. Chambers Second Addition to Blytherille .25 2» Floyd Moran , 4 i | oo s » m e 8 1 2^50 Chicago Mill A- Lumber Company's Second Addition Ralph Nichols 8 1 5.50 13. C. C. EltirldgC 8 4 5.50 133 Chicago Mill & Lumber Company's Third Addition t John Landrum, N. SO ft S 3 6.50 I«» F. n. Frlese 4 5 1.00 Lellle Holden 85 .50 3a rne g 5 3.00 Chickasiwba Garden Artriitian io B - J- Allen •. s 2 1.50 s >rne g j 1.50 Dorothy Crswford Cole n 2 1.00 Ed B. Cook Subdivision to Blvlhcville Jessie Woods 5 A ,50 .is Oewcy Smith 13 A .50 .u Ed B. Cook ; 16 A .50 .J» .!. C. Crlner Adftfflon \* Btytherllh .25 ,25 7.13 3.18 ?.50 e.so 1.44 2S.25 1,20 4.00 4.63 4.63 4.00 5.88 4.83 1.50 4.83 4.63 4.83 4.83 9.88 .88 1.50 4.63 4.00 131 7.13 2.13 483 1.50 1.50 1.88 4.93 1.50 «.50 5.81 7.13 7.13 33« to BIjLh.Tlll. ,25 .25 .Is .13 /] 5 .28 .2} .25 .35 7.13 7.13 »38 1.50 .50 .50 3.50 .13 .13 .88 Aulll* Harris Same . "... , gg Same '.'.'.'.'.'.'.\00 '' I.arr.v'» Fifth Addillon .to Bljlherllta James Buford g i QQ 2S Frances King . 33 ' i' M , • ] 2 j Marsh Addition to BJjihevill« Eunlct Hotig. 7 3 560 13)) Maybelle Subdivision to BljlherlUt O. Q. Flowers 13 T 4 on inn Albert T. Plerc. ..:.::..[ 4 4 3^ Jessie Smith Marvin L. Merrill 3.50 4.00. Anna: ; Marvln Dlldlne ..... ..... Morris Addillon to.' BlythevUl* .88 i .S8 1.00 Reglnold S. Mclnlosh 8. B. Patton W. 18 it Same,. E. 28 11 16 B ' 1.00 4 C 5',50 « O .1.50 • 7 O 4.50 J. O'Brien Subdivision — BljlhevUle Adeline Trotter 7 3 ^ QO '25 Herschell Trotter, Jr '.'..'.» 1 4^50 19 1.38 ,38 1.13 113 .28 M M .25 ' .25 .25 .25 J5 .25 Rebecca Patterson SuhdlvUlon — BlythavlUc 4 ......;, 3 9 . 2 ' 2' 1 3.50 3.50 8.00 5.00 4.55 ' 1.00 1.00 .88 ,88 2.25 1.25 1.13 ' .88 •'•M' 4,83 • l.St 7.11 824 4M 4«J 6.25 1.80 •7.1J 2.13 6.M iso • 648 4.00 1 - 4.81 .25 25 : William .Long . ; . 12 F^oyd' 1 Au"tln l " t "' J> *"' Prla " ""* (1 . a1 "" 3 ' SuWlvljlorl U "BIjiheTiTie" Vina Holesclaw . .,'. Daniel Robertson ... J. Alf Jones . .'..:... Mary I.Ella'.Springfield . Mattle Jacicson ;.u Bennle Overton, W. 50 ft. of E. 225 ft 43 A: M, Houston, N',4 of E. - M .25 4:63 1L50 ,'• '.-so ' 5.83 1.50 4.50 ' 1.13 252 ft. of W/ 477 ft I.OO .25 Edwin Robinson Addition lo Blylheville Myra Rosa 17 Same . [\ Mary Swift Ransom I.! ! Roxle Glllls i.... Zilman L. White .'...' ....'.'..'.'' Charlie and'Ehiora Howard" ..'.'.'.'. Same Unknown 3.50 3.50 4.50 4.00 4.50 1.50 1.50 . .83 1.13 1.00 1.13 .38 .38 O. S. Rolllson SuMlvIslon to Blvtheyllle : ........... 19 6.50 1.63 ........... L. C. Rolllson .................. ... 23 S.50 C. E Drskl Virgil Foley nichard Fought Same . ... Garvln HaUey . Ruddle Heifhti Addition to Blylhevillc ' ' ............ 12 4 i 2 I. H. and B«sl« Henderson F. B. Joyner i. B. Garrison Cecil Connell Sa mt , ,....., Sim* , Same , Floyd Morgan Unknown . ,., Unk'nown . .. W. C. Hart ... Same .~ Wttl End Subdivision — 4. 50 4 50 5 M 250 5.50 ,„ , , 3 63 ,3, 32 2 4.00 i.po Weil Gale Addition l« Bl;.IhtrllU ., '.. 4 B 1,50 I L, WiUon'i first Addlllori (» BlythcrUl* 1 2 3 4 15 1 •2 10 11 .50 ,50 .50 .50 .50 I.OO .50 .50 .50 .1) .11 .13 .11 .It •7S .13 .13 Henry and Carrie Jonci Wilson'* Second Addition to BlTlhevll'fe 15 4.00 1.00 R. D. Smith K. L. Hiyi Addition to Leachrllla 1.50 »o • i. . . Johnnie Davis .................... 4 A 450 Matthtws Third Addllltn ta Ltie Howard snii Martha J.OO , Minnie Lula Meador Smith Addition to Ltichrll]« .38 .7* 4.001 Same W. H. Gibson 26 .28 .25 .28 M Ott Crlner ....................... 10 .50 D>vld Acrei — Blythevlll* T. W. Webster .................... 1 7 ISO William Strickland ........... .... a « 1.50 IXvli Third Addition fa BlythcrlU A. J. Canada, E',4 ................ 3 2 2.50 S»me, VI. 21 It ................... 4 s 2.SO Falrvriw Addition to BljthevlH* Willie Butter ................ ... 3 1 3,50 - Sharp ........ .... ..... 1 2 4.00 Fulfham Addillon (n Blvlhevllb ,u Mack M. Grant n 1,00 1,00 .25 2 H*rb«rt and Allle, Hillman 14 2 Greenwtmd Addillon io Estell* Wallcer 19 1 4.00 l.Ofl Rlthlanii Unit Addition Us Blytlmlll* vir». Dolly Brown S 1 S.SO l H Chirley Saliba n 1 7.50 IM Harold A. Jonci 11 2 8.50 I «| ;C. T. Judd 1 8 4.00 l.oc Hollandalt Adilltlen lo BljthcriU* J. A. »nd Charlyne Barber, N. 100 tt. IS A l.SO .M Strnt, N. 100 ft 13 A 4,50 J.U Holllpeter and Shonyo Addition to W. T. Iniram 10 1 3.SO Tilda McCllsh U 1 2.50 Carrli Boyct S 4 4.50 George Tombs , 11 4 i.oo .21 .21 .2* M M 9.13 2.13 l.SO .18 .8! 18 .13 338 4H3 * am * Rose Downlnj 23 24 j .25 .88 .10 1.00 100 3 30 S.oo •• ................. 4 O 4.00 C. D. Ashihrinner Addillon to Manila 18 3 4.00 1.00 "enrj Aihabranner Addition to Manila M. C. Palmer .................... 7 n 550 1.38 .1. M. Carruihers Addition to Manila Raven CUftwriirht ................ j i 455 i u .25 .25 .25 25. .23 .25 .35 .25 .as .23 ' .211 21 .28 M M M .25 .28 .34 ,2! .28 .2t M M .21 38 M .28 1.50 4.63 4-63 S.S« 5.25 . 814 I'll XII '-.•'si 'Till IM t*t 7.1S «.3« T.ll 1,2* 169 J* 400 Gtnari] D. Moblty, lots In Town of Manila Sec. Twp. Rje. Acre Lot In W'i HE",, ii per Deed Record 108, P«g« 185 31 15 j jj a Lot Block Original Survtj of Miiilla Aaron L*t Chtdd Simi , ISO 1«1 162 ,8J U! M W. W. Holl!p«ttr Second Addition «« •|)|>»r(H t ' Adam ind Mary Ooulhil .......... 2S 1 1.00 M U* aod Xdcllnt AuiUo ........ ,,. u 1 1,0* M 1.50 I.SO 1.11 HI 138 &.21 3.1) 1.38 t.M l.SO \M R. L, Williams Same Adi)!1lAn t« r.rVvkn C»lh«rln« Dtntop tloin't RgbdlvWon of ,S Roy M. Sprint«r , ........".. 7 13A .SO ISA 3.50 12* .50 12A 50 17 1.00 17 4.00 Manila 4.50 .88 .IJ .11 .25 100 1.1) .2S .21 .21 E. of RJ-. M-1S-8, 1 00 Euierie Sloan ., SB TOO H'llliford anil Garrison AddlUon i« 1 BUckwood, S. SO ft. of N. 150 ft. of E. 125 ft. .'. I 1 3.00 P. E. Ransom. S. 50 ft. of E 125 ft. 1 1 JoO Neillt MeOraw, Jf. M ft. o f *. \it> ft. .n .25 ,21 Manila 188 • .H 4«t t* .8t 1,59 M* 1.M J59 .75 .75 .55 .25 VOO 4,60 I.M of W. 37S ft. of E. 500 ft. .... 1 I 1.50 113 8»ld ule will be had lo Mtlsfy u!4 deem ter tai« „ (he Pltfntirt.on each and every separate tr|ct and parctl of \»nij *a4 ea <«ch and ev«n rep»rate lot und Wotk, us Ii set out'ifi nH dawtc fof , »hldi said property is delinquent us aforesaid tor the y«af 1. WITNESS my hand »n<J the seal of jald Court on thl« tlw 14 of November. 1950, A. p. MOWH»,

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