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DLYTSuDViLLI3 COURIER KS"73 WON BSD AY: FlI'RKUARy 21, 1945 Army Has lough Payroll Problem Philippines Records Burned; Government Must Figure Back Pay WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP) The Japanese invasion of the Philippines In 1942 foiced American commanders to burn tlicir military records. Arid today, the War Department Is In n dilemma that even.. General solver MacArthur can't Combat Fliers Laugh At Wrong Time In 'Mrs. Miniver' Scenes Serious War movies, such us the classic "Mrs. Miniver," bring laughs rather than the Intended tears when viewed. Uy men fresh from combat, according to Ensign Wiley won an academy award for her performance In the picture. "1 can not explain why I laughed at '.Mis. 'Miniver,'" another pilot offered. "1 wasn't laughing at Grcer Oarsou. B. Hedge, Caruthei'svllle, Mo., filer.She's too good an actress. I It's the 1 worst bookkeeping tangle in-history. Officials-have no records to use in settling back-pay accounts with the Army personnel MacArthur has liberated. The government owes back wages to thousands of American troops, Philippines scouts, members of the Philippine army and civilian army worker.'. There's only one consolation. Some records were removed from 'Corregldor by submarine, .and. they arc now in possession of the War Department. The records contain a:'few .names of .liberated soldiers, and in such cases, it's a simple job to figure out how much pay is due.' ' Most of the soldiers, though, are required, to submit of the amount Uncle Sam owes them, and • accept a small down payment while an investigation is niade. But the toughest problem of* all is determining what is due members of the Philippine Army, organized shortly before Pearl Harbor. 'No records whatsoever' exist on the term of service' of these soldiers, some 100,000 in number. However, the War Department intends to pay them all, records or no records. serving aboard a carrier task flagship in Far Eastern-waters. Ho was one of two young fliers in the audience aboard the flattop who tried to explain why they were Inuglilng.nt the wrong time during the picture. It seems they were laughing because war experiences have changed their tastes, something which movie theater managers and others In the industry should know when the millions of Americans at war return to tlielr homes and civilian life. We take our amusement seriously, and movies are all we have a lot of the time," sold Ensign Hedge. "What we really want' are movies with n few wisecracks and a lot of gills and maybe some music. When they give us the other kind of movies—about, war—we make the best 1GS Notre Dame Casualties SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UP)— The University of Notre Dame's casualty' list for World War IT.' now has 16B gold stars, representing three tunes the number of students ami alumni of the school killed in the first world war. aughlng at situations and the way hey contrast with the way l feel." of it and laugh. "Somehow the sentiments and attitudes of Hie characters just teem funny, by contrast with die way we think now." he explained. Plot of the picture Is well known. Laughter was Intended for scenes inoiiEii are ln lhe rlrsl part of tllc fllt " """ \n if divit tne vcst ° r il wns.supposed to be *«<,;";,,.." ™<i. but these combat fliers laughed during tile second half. They laughed after the hoy, announcing he was joining the RAF. fold his family and bride-to-be: 'I've always been keen on flying.V One of the pilots In the audience yelled. "You'll be sorry, brother!" More laughter followed when the boy, having just had his marriage proposal accepted, was called from the girl's arms to the- telROhonc an t l found the call was a. summons to Immediate duty. The minister's Ecrmon nt the climax of the story, when he referred to the death of the Miniver bride and other civilians in air attacks and nskcd If people other than servicemen were going to be killed In this war also Candidates Seek Post As Manila Mayor MANILA, Ark., Pel). 21.—Manila vvlll have 10 candidates for the office of mayor, to be elected in the Municipal contest April 3, If all nominated seek the office. At a mass meeting Monday night, these were nominated for Ihe position: Albert Scott, present mayor for his first term, W. R. Brown, Louis Nccdham, Arnold Alvin Tipton, Albert Hest, Rlley Dunkln, Harold Walls, I.D. Shedd, Raymond Pox and Herman Alston. For the office of iildermcn, of which there arc five, 21 were nominated. These include present aldermen, Rllcy Dunkln, Oscar Scott, Cecil Reynolds, Joe Hutton and nay- nond Fox. Also nominated were: R. J. McKinnon, Bill Uallnrd. n. E. McCullough, v. B. Osburnc, Arnold Alvli^Tipton, Allisim Brown, Clifford King, I. D. Shctld, Byrl Mc- Hcnry, E. C. Flcoman, Louis Townsend, Bill Homer, W. M. liorow- sky, M. L. Downing, Albert Scott and Ben Lamb. Names Chairmen To Direct Drive District- Quotas Set In Pemiscot County, War Fund Campaign CAHUTIIKRSVILLE, Mo., Feb. 2 Roland, PcniLscot county ciialrmai for tlii; 1945 War Funu which opens March 1, has named his district, chairman us follows: Holier C. Mcvhlc, Carulhcrsvilte, $9,80 quoin; Noble Ca]>ohart, Holland SI.900 quota; Jack Rushing, Cootci $1.300 quota; O, C. Shipley, Nether lands and Swift, $5UO quota; lla J. Cainpbfll, Hayll, $3,750 quota; Mrs. Fred Franklin, Micola, $250; O'cnn Votarsen, Warden, 4S.600; Frank Hulfmnn, Steele, $3,760; J. p. Taylor, Owing and Bakorvllld, $1.900; Bernard Bracked, Concord anil Stanley, $500. Miss Lugcnla Young, Cotton- ooil, $350; Joo Parks, Braggadocio, $800; Floyil Hamlctt, Hayvvard and Oodalr, $760; E. H. Harrcll, Tyler, $300; Claud Sllllmau, Peach Orchard. $550; Clyde Maloney, pas- cola, $350. Others who will assist Mr. Roland arc Charles E. Watson, chairman of .speakers bureau; Mrs. Irene Ha zH. window displays and decorations; James T. Ahcrn, special \Vllks, acting, executive secretary. DAVIS THIRD ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE quota:for the county Is $31,000, Frank C. Douglas-SV.. 1 5 representing an Increase of 10 per cent over last year. Clipper Sets Record , NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 21. (UP)— A Pan American Airways clinperar- rlvcil In New Orleans yesterday after "on Its hop setting a new record from Merlda, Mexico. The plane, piloted by Capt. II. C. West, made the 625-mile run In and. publicity;' Mrs. Agatha and six-minutes. two hours and 54 minutes; bettering the previous record of three hours Australian' aborigines delight In eating ants, cicada.-;' cocoons, and caterpillars. U. S. GIVES GOOD HOUSEWIVES BONUS OF RED POINTS Patriotic American housewives ovary day are getting extra red points for doing a job that they alone can do for this country. For those who wish to get this red-point bonus, here's what'to do. Save every drop of your used kitchen fats. Turn them in to. your butcher promptly. For every pound, he'll give you 2 red points bonus . . . that's how urgently tlK'SO used fats aro needed to make medicines, gunpowder,synthetic rubber, soups nnd a hundred other essentials on the battlefield and home front. Keep caving until the lust gun's fl red I brought a round of strange laugh- Tlie young fliers said they vrera not laughing at Greer Carson, who SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. The FLOWER SHOP F.T.TJ. Service We Deliver Anywhere Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glenco* Bid* IS THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS ClHCKAbAWBA DISTRICT- BOARD OP DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT. PLAINTIFF Vs. No. 8553, RUSSELL FLEEMAN, ET AL, AMD CURTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEPENDANTS NOTICE The following named persons and'corporations and all others having or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands-arc hereby notified that suit is pending in the Chancery Court of Mississippi County Chickasawba District, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of said leve taxes, for the year 1941, on the subjoined list of lands; each supposec owner's lands being set opposite his or its name respectively, togcthcrwit! tlie amount due severally from each: Total Ta _ . Total 25% Pen.& Name—Part of Section Sec. Acres Tax Pen. Cost Co? TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NORTH, RANGF, EIGHT (8) EAST J. F. Grain—SF, cor. SEW SE'/, 13 r .25 .00 .25 .! TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NORTH; RANGE NINE (9) EAST Norris Parks—N14 NW 1 /, SE 1 /, E. of levee 28 .7 1.75- 44- 25' G Non-lx Parks-N'/, NW'/, SE 1 /, W. of levee 28 10 .50 .13 25 E. L. Parks—S',i NW 1 /, SEW E. of levee.-. 28 10 2.50. .03 - .25 3. TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NORTH, RANGE TEN- (10) EAST J. T. Simmons—EVO NE 1 /, W. of Road.... 33. 68: 17.00 4;25: .25 21.5 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE EIGHT, (8)'EAST Mrs. N. F. McGrcw—SWW NEK 2 40 '10.00> 2.50. .25. 12.7 Porter Byrd—NEW NW'/i 3 43 10.75 219.< 25 13 Bob Edgin—SW 1 /, SE 1 /, 4 40 10.00 250'.25. 12 R. L,. Ebeen—SEW SEW 32 40-. 10.00- 2150 .25 12.' R. L. Ebeen—Sit NE 1 /, SEVi ..32 20 5.00 1".25:.25 6. TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE NINE (9) EAST GILS Smith—NW 1 /, SW 1 /, NE',4 30 10 2.50 .63 .25 3 Edijnr Cartwright—N'/ 2 Lot 2 NE'/, NW'/i, less 1 acre 31 Eugene Sloan—w>,{. NW!',, less E. 5 acres in NW'/i NW'/i 31 Chicago Mill & Lbv Co.—all orig surNW'/i 36 Theo. Hoffman—NW'/i SW!'i Sup. Survey East of Levee 36 2.00 4.50 0.50 4.GO 1.50 3.50 11.50 .50 1,13 1.03 1.13 1.83 .88 2,88 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 about Frank O. Douglas 2 oses Simon—N'/a 3 5 anfc C. Douglas—S',i 3 5 arris Simon 15 5 arris Simon 16 5 M. Fowler 9 8 IIEAKN ADDITION TO BLYTIIEV1LLE '. A. Bickerstaff 9 1 350 .88 .25 H. Eastburn Estate 6 5 0.50 1.03 .25 HIGHLAND PLACE ADDITION TO BLYTIIEVIM.E [rs. Carey Woodburn Phoney 1 5 1.50 .38 .25 2.75 5.88 8.38 5.88 9,03 4.C3 14.03 4.63 8.38 2.13 HIGHLAND PLACE SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE CSSC White 8 9 6.50. 1.63 .25 8.38 Vcndell M. Phillips 11 9 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 Vendell M. Phillips 12 9 1.00 .25 .25 l_ r >0 Irs. O. B. Philllps-S'/j Lbt7&S'/j Lot 8 12 7.50 1.88 .25 8.C3 HOLLANDALF. ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE 'roy Garner 7 F 1.00 .25 ,25 1.50 HOLL1PETER AND SHONYO ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE slab, and Josle Neal 5 1 3.50 .88 .25 iVillle and Dixie Clark 9 2 3,00 .75 .25 .lose Wells 8 (! .50 .13 .25 4.63 4.00 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE Sec. Twp. Rge. .25 .25 .25 4.03 3.38 3.38 P.M. Hurst—Lot 20 In SEW SEW 9 15 11 3.50 .88 L M. Ratcliff—Lot 5 N'/. NEW SB'/i.. 9 15 11 2.50 .63 C. H. Whatley—75 sq. ft. lot SEW SE'/i 16 15 11 2.50 .63 Mrs. J. H.. Smart Jr.—Lot 3, Block,-C N'A NEW 21 15 U 9.00 2.25 .25 11.50 Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr.—Lot 4i Block C, Nli NE'/i 21 15 H Joe'Eskrldge-Lot 16 In Nli NEW.... 21 15 11 2.00 .50 .50 .13 .25 .25 2.15 .88 JACK MICHELL ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ernest Hansom—E. 50 ft. of W 100 ft 1 .50 .13 .25 .88 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO BLYTHEVILLE Dr. J. A. Sallba .....45 0.50 1.63 .25 8.38 Mrs. Kate Ferguson , : 46 5.50 1.38 .25 7.13 FARK : ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Tom A. Little 1 4 9.00 2.25 .25 11.50 FEPL'AT.OF- J; P. PRIDE 1 AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION .25 .25 .25 2.13 2.13 4.00 9 2.25 .56 .25' 3.06 75 2. 18.15 .10 4.69 .25 23.69 .03 .25 .38 TO BtYTHEVILLE Latta, Fowlkes'&'Gordon 21 D 1.50 .38 Clarence & Irma Stjirnes 3 E 1.50 .38 Mrs. L\da Walker—W.50:ft. 7 3.00 .'(5 Beatrice and Roosevelt Hirst—E. 300,ft L of W; 350 ft 14 1.50 .38 .25 2.13 RICHARDS ADDITION:TO • BLYTHEVILLE ,loyd Stlckmon ..: 6 B 7.50 1.88 .25 Lloyd Stlckmon—W'!: 7 B 1.00 .25 .25 E. J. Brown 8 E 9.00 2.25 .25 .60 .15' .25 1.00' TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE TEN (10) EAST Chicago Mill & Lbr. Co.— All Orlg. ; Survey SW'/, NEW ............................ 19 31. 7.75 Ii9 4 .25 5.94 Drainage Dist. No. 17, Miss. County— Lot 8 E. of Levee, Sup. Survey ................ 19 27 C. H. Wallace— E. 93a SE 1 /, S. of Bayou.. 22 93 2.80. 23.25 .10 5.81 3.75 29.31 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining your property. Call me to check up without cost or obligation. .1ATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H.C. BLANKENSHIP 309 E. Kentucky Phone 2350 Crawford Service Station S. Division & City Limits — Phone 921 We Call For and Deliver Gars! SpccinHsls In — Greasing -Tire Repairs -Washing We've a few sets of scat covers left. W. U. "Bill" Crawford • J. L. "Joe" Cnsner TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE ELEVEN- (11) EAST Arch. Lindsey—Lot 4 N!<. NJ4 SEVi 10 lot 6.50. 1.83 .25 838 J. T. Simpson—Lot 1 of E. 14a, NEW SW!1 10 lot 4.50 1.13 25 588 S. Craig—NW'/i NE'/i W. of Road 32 1 .25 .06 .25 .50 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE TWELVE (12) EAST J. H. Florida—Bet. G.M. lines, NWW NW 1 /, 10 7 1.75 .44 .25 2.44 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE THIRTEEN- (13) EAST Dr. Carl Nies—SW corner, SEW SWV1... 5.- 3 .75 .19 .25 1.19 E. C. Adkinson—Lot 10 Resurvey, SEW 7 2. .50. .13. .25 Mrs, Lois L. Douglas—SWW SEW , 9: 40.10.00 2.50 .25 12.75 Edna Mae McDaniel—N. 511W ft of. W. 511W ft. W'.t E',4 NEW 9 6 1.50 .38 .25 2.13 Mollie Buckner—E 2-3 Nli.-NW'/i Wof levee 10 1 .25 .06 .25' .56 .-. TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NORTH, RANGE EIGHT (8) EAST Frank Foutz—24a in E'.i NW'.l SEW 24 24 G.OO 1.50 .25 7.75 FrankFouU—E',2 W!!i NW'/i SEM 24 10 2.50 .63 .25 338 Frank Foutz—All In Ark. E16 W'X- SW'.S NEW : 24 2 .50 .13 .25 .88 EDWIN ROBINSON- ADDITION Valter and Pauline Turner Valter and Pauline Turner Valter and Pauline Turner Pearl White: Walter, and Pauline Turner Stanton and Mattle Whaley tfamie. Tucker ;ast Ark. Builder's Supply- Co Israel Ennon H. C. Nash H. C. Nash TO BLYTHEVILLE 8: 0 11 8: 4 13 5 15 5 18 6 18 3.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 3.50 1.50 3.50 4.50 4.00 1.50. .88 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.5C .25 .88 .25 .38 .25 .88 .25 1.13 .25 1.00 .25 .38 .25 9.C3 1.50 11.50 4.G3 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.75 4.63 2.13 4.63 5.88 5.25 2.13 RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE J. W. Allison 5 4 5.50 1.38 .25 Glen Harrison 4 9 3.00 .75 .25 Glen Harrison 3 10 5.50 1.38 .25 John Fraser ; 4 10 1.50 .38 .25 John Fraser 5 10 1.50 .38 .25 John Fraser 6 10 5.50 1.38 .25 SUNNYSIDE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE John Ewing ; 2 John Ewing 3 East Ark. Builder's Supply Co 10 A. R. Anthony 9 'Alfred Lee : 10 Alfred Lee 11 4 5.50 1.38 .25 4 1.50 .38 .25 4.00 1.00 .25 3.50 .88 .25 1.13 .25 1.13 .25 4.50 4.50 SUNRISE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE O. C. Hawks— E. 25 ft . .' .................. 3 1 7.50 1.88 .25 8.13 4-.00 1.13 2.13 2.13 7.13 1.13 2.13 5.25 4.63 5.88' 5.88 9.03 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (ID) NORTH, RANGE NINE (9) EAST J. W. Cowan—All in Ark. NEW,E. of'levee 21. G .30 .08 .25 Drainage District No. Ifi W. Pt. NWW, WW, less Ditch 21 5' 1.25 .31 .25 1.81 J. r W. Cowan—Lot 1 Sup. Survey 21 19 .S5 .24 .25 1.44 Chas. Orr—NEW SEW Sup. Survey-. 30 33 3,96. .99 .25 5.20 Few.if any,areas in the UnitcxlStates have experienced the rapid but sound growth enjoyed by the 9 states in which Frisco operates. Prisco takes pri Je in this growth ... because always, Frisco's efforts have be en ..tuned,to keeping apace with . ^|i||ft^:to^t^dc ; |icK<; ? :i' i^i; el an J shipping facilities,. ,, ^ v LUBRi-GAS Expels carbon. Improves ignition. Gives more power by eliminating friction ir. upper cylinder walls and rings. "Up to 25 Percent Extra Miles in Every Gallon" F. B; JOYNER Corner Second & Ash Sis. STATION Phone 2811 WEST END -SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE 2 4.50 1.13 .25 5.88 2 4.00 1.00 .25 5.25 1.00 .25 5.25 1.00 .25 5.25 1.00 .25 5.25 13 Irving and Dora Washington 1 Lela Wilson 9 DON EDWARDS TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NORTH; RANGE-ELEVEN- (11) EAST Lilly Bailey—Lot 8 S',{, NEW 33. lot 2.50 .63 .25 3.38 Lilly Bailey-Lot 9 S'/. NEW 33 lot 4.50 1.13 .25 5.88 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NORTIL.RANGE THIRTEEN (13) EAST r. H. Hatfield—S. 831.5 ft. of W. 683.it. Lot 1 Sup. Survey 32 9 1.26 .32 .25 1.83 T. H. Hatfield—S. 25a. Lot 2 Sup. Survey 32 25 3.50 .88 .25 4.63 T. H. Hatflcld—Lot 3 Sup. Survey 32.41. 5.74 1.19 .25 7.17 T. H. Hatlield—W'/j Lot 4 Sup. Survey... 32 20 2.60. .65 .25 3.50 ALLISON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE LotBlk. Horace While 6 1 3.00 .75 .25 4.00 P. E. Tillman 9- 1' 1.5.0 .38 .25. 2.13 P.^E.'Tillman 10.. 1.- 5.50, 1.38 .25. 7.13 Np'jFS*]jiv*e'rs- .i'..';v: v :;'.'.'•'.":.'.'.' '"'.^'.^'/.":!'." 'B' 'Isl 'i-3.5(p!l' .88 ''25-; 4.63 PiniisBobtiilt .". : ..:'.'...'......'.'..' 9 7 3.50 .88 .25 4.63 W. P. Sumrall .......................... „ 21 2 4.00 Jane Postell .............................. 1 3 4.00 W. P. Sumrall ............................ 1 3 4.00 FIRST; ADDITION TO DELL H. B. Jones ................ . ............. 7 0, 2.50 .63 .25 3.38 R. L. HAYES ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE E:.L. King ' : 8 2 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 John Smith—S'.i 15 5 4.00 1.00 .25 5.25 MATTHEWS FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Leroy Rosenbaum 5 1 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 NELSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Ark. Associated Telephone Co.—SV£ 1 A 10.50 2.63 .25 13.38 G. H. Johnson—N 140 ft : 7 A 3.00 .75 .25 4.00 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO LEACHVILLF, George Jabbers .rj..:.4.'j.^.v. : .| !,i.;.,.;. 1,:.10; L4.50 ' 1.13 -. • Ifi'r PARiiADDlTibN^fl LEAQHVILLE . > Mrs. Laura Keifh ...:'•!'?. *:.'.'.'/. I; 1 ..:.".... 4 B 4.00 1.00 .25 A. E. Hudson .' 14 B 4.00 1.00 .25 "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE ; . • TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET FHONE 3382 ' (Ewry Transaction Mast He Satisfactory) AUTO and ELECTRIC RADIOS REPAIRED CITY RADIO REPAIR -3Z4 EAST MAIN ACROSS FROM LILLY STREET I DRS. NIES & NIES OSTf OPATH/C PHYSICIANS Recta! Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main . Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2921 FOR 300 acres of good farm land. Three good barns and other farm houses. Give references and also list farming equipment. Land located South of Blytheville. Write Box DK % Courier News AMERICAN LEGION SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE N. L. Cisscll 1 9.50 2.38 .25 Unknown 4 100 -25 .25 SAM BARNES SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ida Mitchell—N 110 ft. less S. 50 ft 1 .50 .13 .25'. Sam W. Barnes 11 -50 .13 .25 Unknown 14 -50 .13 .25 BARRON & LILLY ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .25 5.88 5.25 5.25 SMITH'S ADDITION TOvLEACHVILLE Jess S. Burton 8 D 3.50 .88 .25 W. S. Sweat 13 E 3.50 .88 .25 Mattic Murdaugh 11 F -50 .13 .25 Essie Kooncc-S 1-3 12 F 3.00 .15 .25 Sallie Predmore 1 I 5-50' 1.38 .25 12.13 Trustees Home Demonstration.Club 22 A 1.00 1.50 Trustees Home Demonstration Club 23 A 1.00 Trustees Home Demonstration Club 24 A 1.00 W. Y, Johnson 26 G 2.50 .88 w . Y: Johnson 27 G 1.00 W. Y. Johnson 28 G 1.00 Wv Y. Johnson 29 G l.OD H.A.Jones 30 G 1.00 H.-A: Jones 31 G 1.00 BLYTHE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mike Simon 13 324.00 G.OO Mablc Simon 1* 3. 24.00 6.00 \V D. Cole-Eli 1 20 7.00 1.15 Thomas F. Simon-Eli 4 20 16.50 4.13 Fan-Is Simon—Wli 1 20 31.50 7.88 E. M. BRYAN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Unknown—W. 50 ft. of'E. 100 ft. Lots 11- .50 .13 .25 4.63 4.63 4.00 7.15 30.25 30.25 9.00 20.88 39163, .88 .25 .25 .25 .63 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 STAUDENMAYER'ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Mrs. Lula Hawkins 9 A G.50 1.63 O. T. Myracle 3 C 6.00 1.50 H. M. Hendrix 5 C 6.00 1.50 J. M. CARRUTHERS'ADDITION TO MANILA Mrs. Ora Johnson 9 Mrs. Ora Johnson 10 .50 4.50 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO MANILA Now Open In OSCEOLA! (Just North of Cnurlhousc On Old naligrourtd) WILSON TIRE SHOP Guqranteed RECAPPING &,VULCANIZING. , of ^Passenger Car, Truck'and Tractor Tires. GRADE THREE TIRES, TUBES and REL1NERS •* " (No Certificates Required) RECAPPING and VULCANIZING All Recapping Strictly Guaranteed. Quick service. In Any Size Passenger Car Tiro. Our Molds Will Handle Up to Size 700x16 Tires. ALL SIZES of RECAPPED PASSENGER CAR TIRES FOR SALE— RATiGN FREE! I A R K IK] SERVICE LA l\ 8V I IN STATION 12 Years At Main & Lake Street ; Call 965 For Pickup & Delivery Service 2.13 4.63 12.13 IB- 19 and 20 BUGG ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE H M. Rntcllff Estate .................... 8 2 1.50 Mrs. C. D.EIam— W 24U ..... ............. 4 5 3.50 S O. COSTEN'S SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE W. W. Slmvcr .......................... '.. 1 9.50. 2.38 .25 H L CHAMBERS SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILI.E C. J.SIsson ............................... 14 l 1M •"& - 25 C J. Stsson .............................. 15 C. J.SIsson .............................. 16 'CHICAGO MILL * LBR. co.'s SECOND ADDITION TO-BLYTHF.VILLE G W ' Biu-ham-Wli ..................... 2 iaVflarham ............................ 3 '' 1-00 1.00 3 «> 7.50 ' 50 .38 .88. -25 .25 -75 1.88 Mrs. G. O. Stewart 89 Inter-River Tel. Co 103 niter-River Tel. Co 109 GCO. M. Matthews 172 Gco. M. Matthews 112A Rosa Caraway 180 Rosa Caraway 180A Rosa Caraway 181 Josle Argo—W'.!; IK Josie Argo—W',6 195A Josle Argo 190 Josle Argo 19SA Rex Herring 204' .25 .23 .25 ,25 1.50 150 1.50 4.00 9.63 8 8.00 BA 1.00 8A 4.50 13 4.00 1.50 2.00 G.OO 4.00 2.50 .50 3.50 .50 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 1G 1.00 .13 1.13 2.00 .25 1.13 1.00 .38 .50 1.50 1.00 .03 .13 .88 .13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.50 1.50 1.50 3.38 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 8.38 7.75 7.75 .88 5.88 10.25 1.50 5.88 5.25 2.13 2.75 7.75 5.25 3.38 .88 4.63 .88 1.50 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO MANILA 2,50 3.00 1.50 6.00 5.50 CHICAGO MILL & I,BR. CO.'S THIRD AUDITION^TO BLYTHEVILLE Alfred Landriun 5 H. H. Bollon 6 H. H. Bolton ' Oalllo D. Tcnslcy 6 C.iUic D. Teaslcy * ROLLISON REPLAT OF N'/j BLOCKS 5 & 6, CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY'S 2nd ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Bud Rose—S',4 j- Bud Rose l HS.rryFritzlUs Jj Harry Frltzius l DAVIS- ADDITION TO BLYTHF.V1LLE B. O. Thornton-W 20 ft 9 « 9.00 DA vis'SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mrs. OdlB Freeman 5 5 ' 5 ' 60 1-38••»• 7,13 .50 1.00 1.00. 1.00 .63 .75 .38 1.50 138 .13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 3.38 4.00 2.13 7.75 7.13 .88 1.50 1.50 1.50 2.25 .25 11.50 Ora Dllts 14 3 4.50 1.13 .25 5.88 Ora Dills 15. 3 4.50 1.13 .25 5.88 G. E.. Snydcr 11 5 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 G. E. Snyder '... 12 5 4.00 1.00 .25 5.25 Mannle L-. Dills 4 6 .50 .13 .25 .83 Mannie L. Dllts 5 6 .50 .13 .25 .88 Mannie L. Dllts 6 G .50 .13 ,25 .88 Annie L. Dllts 12 6 1.00 .25 .25 1.501 < Annte L. Dtlts 13 6 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF YARBRO Sterling French—Lot 100x150 ft; lying 50 it. \V. of and parallel to Lot R, Block 2, Original Survey to Yftrbto in SW« NW'.i, S. of Bayou 27 16 11 S.OO 2.25 .25 11.50 Said persons and corporations and all others interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are required'by law to appear nnd make defense to said suit or the same will.he taken for confession and judgment final will bo entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said delinquent levee taxes, together with the payment of interest, penalty and costs allowed by law. Witness my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba District, Arkansas, this the 18 day of January, 1945 A. D. HARVEY MORRIS Chancery Court Clerk.

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