The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 09, 1952, SECTION ONE, Page 6, Image 6

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    DELINQUENT REAL
ESTATE TAX LIST
PUBLICATION
Notice is hereby given that on
November 3, 1952, that being the
first Monday in November, there
will be a public auction of all
land and town lots in Holt Coun
ty, Nebraska on which taxes are
delinquent for the year 1951 or
any prior years. That at said sale
so much of the tracts of land or
town lots will be sold as be ne
cessary to pay all delinquent
taxes, interest and costs thereon,
at date of sale. That said sale
shall continue from day to day
until all property has been of
6c!1
Following is a list of all tracts
of land and town lots on which
taxes are delinquent for one year
or more.
The amount of the 1951 delin
quent tax follows each descrip
tion, but does not include inter
est or costs.
J. ED HANCOCK
County Treasurer
Antelope Precinct
Township 29. Range 10
Description See. Amt.
yfifo_4
NV4, SEVi_5
NEV4-6 $160.98
NW%, S%-6 80.10
S% 1_10 46.14
WVfe_13 29.74
EVfeSEVi --13 700
All_14
NVfe, SE%-15 143.10
SEVi _22 21.08
NEVi __34 49.98
NWy4 _36 6924
Atkinson Precinct
Township 30, Range 14
Description ‘ Sec. Amt.
SVfe _ 8 105.82
SWVe_9 76.42
SZVa ._24 62.50
SWy4_-27 74.54
SEVi _27 74.54
EVfeswy4swy4,
SEy4SWy4 _28 52.12
Pt s%swy4_29 10.53
Pt SEy4SWy4_29 91.40
Pt SVfeSWMi_29 19.56
Pt SEy4SEy4 _29 34.08
Pt SEy4SEy4_29 37.98
Pt SEttSEtt_30 1.44
Pt NEV4_33 102.84
Pt NEy4 _33 13.52
Pt SWy4NWy4_33 8.02
Nond No. 1_33 18.08
E 4% acres N% No. 20 33 21.52
No. 17_33 23.56
No. 19_33 21.52
No. 20_33 30.66
No. 28, No. 29_33 64.48
No. 32_33 36.56
No. 35_33 88.92
Pt No. 34‘_ 33 40.72
EVfe_34 109.52
NEy4 __35 57.30
Township 31. Range 14
N% _19 85.40
Description Sec. Amt.
SEVi_19 45.22
NWV* _20 29.77
NEy4_22 56.74
NEy4 __23 48.68
NWVi __25 22.38
SW% ___25 29.68
swy4 _26 49.54
NEVi _30 55.06
NWy4_30 42.08
NEVi, SWy4_31 98.78
SEy4_ 34
WVz_35 117.38
Township 30. Range 15
Description Sec. Amt.
SEy4 _ 23
NEy4_-26 77.4€
Pt SEy4SWy4 _24 .9C
Pt N%NEy4,
Pt NEViNWVi _25 3.72
SEy4 _25 57.1C
SEy4_26 45.86
Atkinson City
Lots Blk. Amt
W 75 ft. _-2
W 75 ft. & S 8 ft. of
E 50 ft._3
AH of 4_._1 30.22
Pt 5-6-7_1 55.5^
1- 16-17_2 98.9J
5-6_ 2 23.22
15_ 2 30.52
W 68 ft. 1-16-17_3 75.0(
W 53 ft. 13 & .14_3 40.0(
I __6 59.82
S 3 7/10 10_6 117.4^
13 _6 46.0'
W 42 ft. 17_6 68.0'
W 36 ft. 18_6 16.73
-W 36 ft 19_6 9.1'
E 60 ft. 8_7 42.12
5 ft x 32 ft. 4 inches 13 7 .9'
Pt 13_7 41.21
17 7 34.3!
10-11_8 63.7!
8-9_9 56.1'
12-13 9 36.9
4_.,10 6 a:
Pt 11
E 24 ft. 12_10 47.6!
14 _10 62.2
15-16 & S 9 7/10 ft. 17 10 103.4
25 ft. 9-10 & 11_11 41.2i
8-9 & pt 10_15 12.8
4, E% 5 _16 8.5i
« _16 8.4
8-9-10-11-12 _16 23.2
Neeleys Addition
Lots Elk. Ami
4 __B 9.1
S% 5, N 21 ft. 9 __JB— 52.5
2- 3 —_D 70.1
Neeleys 2nd Addition
Lots Blk. Ami
1-2-3 E 65.9
,_ F 30.5
5 F 41.1
3 I 42.1
8-9_I 27.8
10 I 48.5
II __I 4.6
* __K 18.6
1 _L 17.7
Pt 5, all 6-L 48.2
7-8-9_L 99.4
Wixons Addition
Lots Elk- Am
i_33 21.0
g _33 4.6
1 to 8 Incl.---34 70.4
E% 5 __35 2.4
7 35 10.7
0 _ _37 4.6
7 37 32.C
Bitneys Addition
Elk. Am
7 18 91.5
°{ I __19 11.6
1 - - -_ig 37 c
Pt 4 & 5 __21 19.2
T 22 70.-1
2 23 44.5
7 23 93.£
1_24 85.74
N% 8_24 4.60
6-7 26 160.14
1-2-3_29 55.84
6-7-8_29 32.66
I _30 7.64
6-7 _30 57.66
Kimball & Blairs Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
5_13 4.60
8- 9 13 41.14
II _ _13 37.54
5 _35 21.06
Lot 3 except N 18 ft . 36 2.43
I _37 67.12
I- 2-3_39 29.00
II- 12_39 28.22
I- 2_42 30.52
6 _42 18.64
W 50 ft. 4-5-6_43 6.12
Tuller & McNickols Addiion
Lots Blk. Amt.
8_2 16.20
12-13 2 57.94
16-17 2 42.12
II- 12_3 39.66
N% 16 __4 1.86
Nondescripts
Township 30, Range 14
Description Sec. Amt.
N% No. 17_32 18.94
E 33 ft. No. 20 B_32 4.60
No. 23_32 4.60
No. 25_32 32.66
No. 34-1_32 3.06
No. 38_32 3.06
No. 39 _32 4.60
Pt No. 44A_32 2.48
No. 44_32 18.64
No. 42_32 4.60
No. 44 D-l, 44 D-2_32 20.16
Pt No. 51_:_32 14.68
No. 55_32 12.20
No. 55 D-3 _32 1.53
No. 55 D-l, 55 D-2 —32 4.92
Pt No. 53_32 2.18
No. 54 D_32 9.14
Pt No. 54_32 4.60
208 ft. x 33 ft No. 54—32 2.48
Pt NW No. 10_32 79.94
Pt NW No. 7 C-l _32 4.30
Pt NW No. 6_32 3.06
Pt NW No. 7A_32 9.14
Pioneer Townsiie Co's. Add'n
Lots Blk. Amt.
5- 6-7_48 25.34
16-17 _48 7.04
Collins 2nd Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
4-5 1 57.94
II to 18 Inc._1 9.32
Collins 1st Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
6- 7-8_2 21.34
9- 10 _2 7.64
15-16_2 7.34
19-20_2 6.12
N% 1_3 32.04
W 10 ft. 4-5, E 10 ft. 6 .3 63.48
W 30 ft. 6, all 7_3 35.42
Pt 13-14_3 2.18
Ballons Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
6-7_1 21.06
8-9_1 7.04
15-17-18 _1 19.24
19-20-21-22 _1 9.16
Ballons Outlots
Lots Blk. Amt.
1-2-3-, pt 4_1 25.64
Pt 5 & 6_1 8.26
Chambers Precinct
Township 26, Range 12
Description Sec. Amt.
NWy4 _4 23.68
NWy4 _30 ,145.78
Lot No. 15 _30 19.76
Pt NEy4SEy4 No. 14 _ 30 4.10
Township 26, Range 13
Description Sec. Amt.
SV2_3 69.94
SW%_14 56.98
SW%_18 37.22
NE%, Sy2_31 55.65
Chambers Village
Lots , Blk. Amt.
3 & 4_C 36.62
E 50 ft. 12 & 13
E 70 ft. 14 & 15_C 90.90
9 & N 100 ft. 10_D 20.08
12-13 _-D . 36.22
Fluckeys Addition
Lotj Blk. Amt.
No. 12, No. 13 _B 82.64
16_C 51.16
Bakers Addition
Lots Blk. Amt
I 1-2-, N 22 rods of W% 3..1 34.48
! 8 1 25.58
Township 26, Range 12
Description Sec. Amt.
Nondescript No. 4,
No. 5 __19 40.94
North Side Addition
Township 26, Range 12
Description Sec. Amt.
NEy4SWy4_20 62.96
! WMj of outlet B_ 24.80
; EM> B pt C & D,
all E, F, G_ 55.10
! 50 x 122 ft. C_ 32.28
1 Nondes. No. 3 _20 33.08
EM> No. 2 _29 25.58
1 W 60 ft. of W 125 ft.
1 No: 26
E 46 ft. of W 125 ft.
No. 26_29 40.14
No. 27 _ 24.80
3 Pt No. 29_ 22.86
5 No. 9 & No. 9C_30 28.74
} Pt No. 10_30 .80
1 No. 9A, No. 9B, No. 11. 30 40.94
No. 13_30 5.14
Cookes Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
1 6-7, S 10 ft. 5-8_2 7.88
Robertsons Annex No. 2
2 Lot Blk. Amt.
3 [ Lot 1_ 6.32
Park Addition
> 1 Lots Blk. Amt.
3 7 E 1.60
3 6 to 10 Inc__i_F 63.36
Perkins Annex
Lot Blk. Amt.
1 1 E .40
Adams Homesiie Addition
1 Lots Blk. Amt.
1 to 20 Inc. _H 45.26
- 3-4-5_I 7.88
2 16 to 20 Inc._I 3.58
2 ___
2 Cleveland Precinct
0 Township 32, Ranqe 15
Description Sec. Amt
0 NEV4NEV4 _19 28.66
1 SWV4_30 33.15
Township 33, Ranqe 15
Description Sec. Amt
5 T^t 7_7
SEV4SW¥4, Lots 4 & 5—8
- NWV4_17
6 NEV4_18 123.76
0 SWV4_18 36.06
8 NWV4SEV4_18 6.96
8 Lot No. 9_4
0 Lot No. 4_-10 8.0^
0 Township 32, Ranqe 16
6 Description Sec. Amt
gl^ _ 1
t. Ml _12 200.5:
2 Township 33, Ranqe 16
2 Description Sec. Amt
4 C^NEV4 _.23 13.01
Township 32, Ranqe 16
8 Description Sec. Amt
6 ^EV4_14
6 NWV4> S% _N,_23
i All_36 71.68
WM>_25 37.62
NEy4 . 23 5.86
EVz _25 36.00
sEy4SEy4_30
VI 31 52.22
NEy4_35 29.26
Township 33, Range 16
Description Sec. Amt.
SEy4 _26 52.18
Coleman Precinct
Township 32, Range 12
Description Sec. Amt.
SWy4 _ 3 38.70
Yy>NEy4 _5 24.98
swy4swy4_6 5.64
EM> _10 30.18
Ey>swy4 _10 5.24
. s%, NEy4, s%Nwy4,
NEV4NWy4_11 72.26
s%n%, swy4,
W^SEy4 _12 45.00
NWy4NEy4, N%NWy4.14 9.36
N%NEy4 _15 9.10
SEy4 . 15 10.83
SEy4NEy4, E^sEy4,
SWy4SEy4 _23 12.98
wy>NEy4, Nwy4(
w^swy4 _24 30.98
Ey&swy4, wy>SEy4 _.24
All _25
Ey»Ey> _ 26 97.08
WyfeEyfc, Ey>W% except
8 acres_27 16.10
SEy4 _28 9.97
Pt Nwy4swy4 _27 .48
swy4 _29 22.22
sEy4swy4. swy4SEy4..33 10.20
pt Nwy4swy4,
NEy4swy4|
NWy4SE% _ 33 8.40
EVzSEVa _33 18.46
E^NEy4_35 6.86
Township 33, Range 12
Description Sec. Amt.
Lots 3 & 4_20
Pt ot 1 21
Nwy4Nwy4,
SWy4NWy4_28 50.74
Nwy4swy4_j_28 4.44
SEy4SWy4 _28 4.56
swy4swy4_28
E^NEy4 _ 29 16.86
swy4NEy4, sEy4swy4,
SEy4 _29 28.48
SEy4Nwy4, N%swy4,
swy4swy4 _29 18.84
Township 33, Range 13
Description Sec. Amt.
sy> _30
wyk _31 78.00
Township 32, Range 13
Description Sec. Amt.
N%, N%S%, SEy4SEy4 1 62.36
Township 33, Range 13
Description Sec. Amt
SEy4SEy4 _25 4.96
Conley Precinct
Township 25, Range 12
Description Sec. Amt.
NWV4 _1 28.68
pt swy4swy4_12 .26
All _18 104.06
S%NWV4 _27 10.84
Township 25, Range 13
Description Sec. Amt.
sy>NWv4, N%swy4,
wy>sEy4, sy>swy4 _.2 77.78
swy4, EM> _6 18.66
NWy4, syj _7 61.64
All _11
All _12
WMs _13
E%, Ey>Wy._14 183.88
Ny>Ny» _18 22.82
wy>NEy4, nw% _23
NWy4 _24 36.64
Deloit Precinct
Township 25, Range 9
Description Sec. Amt.
N%N% _1 35.08
swy4 _1 66.08
sEy4swy4f sEy4_12 103.30
NWy4 _12 84.52
1% acre in
NWy4NWy4 _13 8.64
NEy4, Nwy4swy4,
sy2swy4,
SWV4SEy4 _15 76.69
wy>Nwy4, sEy4Nwy4 is 24.12
swy4 _is
NEy4NWy4 _19 32.50
wy>Nwy4, N%swy4._i9 26.00
Pt NEy4NEy4_27 18.04
N^S% _35 80.86
Township 25, Range 10
Description Sec. Amt.
NM>NWy4 _2 8.68
Ey.SEV4 _12
NEy4NEy4 _13 28.76
SEy4 _24 61.76
Wy>SEy4 _34 16.60
Dustin Precinct
Township 33, Range 14
Description Sec. Amt.
NWV4 10 33.32
NEy4. n%nwv4
SEy4Nwy4,
NEy4SWy4 _11 45.47
swy^Nwy4 _i4
sy?NEy4. Nwy4, sEy4,
NE.y4swy4,
swyiswy4 _15 55.72
y.. sEy4NEy4.
NEy4sEy4. sy>SEy4.21
wy>. sy>NEy4,
Nwy4NEy4, n%sev4,
SWy4SEy4 _22 163.78
NEy4 _20 28.04
NEy4 _28 25.86
Ey.Nwy4, swy4_33 56.04
Township 34, Range 14
Description Sec. Amt.
SWy4 _28 38.80
sy>swy4 _31 21.84
NE% _32 56.38
NWy4, N%S%___32 89.10
Township 33, Range 15
Description Sec. Amt.
Lots 11-12 _3
9 9 9.86
Lots 1-4-5-7 _22 1.86
Township 33, Range 15
Description Sec. Amt.
Lot 6 _22 2.42
Emmet Precinct
Township 28, Range 13
Descrintion Sec. Amt.
NEy4, swy4, Ny>sEy4 .2 67.34
_11 89.64
swy4swy4 _20 5.72
Ey>NEy4 .. 25 20.02
wy. _ 29 29.88
Ey>E%_30
NVfe, SEy4 _31 50.66
Nwy4, wy»swy4_32 25.14
swy4 _31 12.06
NEy4_32 15.20
swy4_34 15.44
Township 29, Range 13
Description Sec. Amt.
i NEy4, Ey>NWy4_17 68.86
i SEy4 _17 64.08
NEVi _20 54.80
: NWy4 _21 51.72
Sy>, NEy4 __35 104.16
Emmet Village
Lots Blk. Amt.
. Center 50 ft. 1 & 2_2 1.22
N 50 ft. 1 & 2_—2 1.22
S 50 ft. 3 & 4_2 1.25
, N 50 ft. 3 & 4_2 1.22
Center 50 ft. 3 & 4_2 1.22
5-6-7-8_2 4.8C
( 1-3 .82
S 70 ft. 5-6-7_3 2.42
S 20 ft. of N 40 ft. 5-6-7 3 1.22
N 20 ft. of 5-6-7_3 1.22
8-9-10 . 3 7.20
11-12-13-14_3 7.98
9 8 .64
1-2-3-11-12-13_9 20.16
Lyons Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
5 --A .82
2 -B 17.18
1-2, S 32 ft. 3_C 2.42
N 38 ft. 4_C 1.22
S 34 ft. 5 _ C 1.22
No. 3A, No. 4A 5_C 1.22
No. 3 C, No. 4C 4_C 17.18
1 to 10 Inc._F 6.00
3 to 10 Inc._G 3.06
1 to 12 Inc._H 6.00
1 to 6 Inc._I 3.64
•3-4-5 J 2.42
No. 5-6_ 1.62
No. 7A_ 3.02
No. 9- 7.40
No. 7 _ 2.42
Township 29, Range 13
Description Sec. Amt.
25 x 100 ft. No. 1_23 13.58
Ewing Precinct
Township 26, Range 9
Description Sec. Amt.
Pt N%NWy4 No. 2 _2 86.20
Pt SWy4NWy4 No. 8,
No 9 o g^
Pt Nwy4swy4 N0.I3T2 iL6o
pt swy4swy4 _2 24.46
Pt Nwy4swy4 No. 12—2 46.96
Pt Nwy4swy4 No. 12_2 33.46
Pt SWy4NWy4 No. 10 2 .68
Rolls Addition
Township 26, Range 9
Description Sec. Amt.
Lots 6 & 7_2 22.52
NWy4NWy4 __ 3 36.02
Pt SEy4NWy4 No. 15_3 .68
Pt NEy4NWy4 No. 2_3 3.26
Pt NEy4NWy4 No. 4,
No. 31 3 1.32
SWV4NWy4 _3 38.58
Pt SEy4 No. 28_3 2.58
Pt NWy4SEy4 No. 20,
Pt Sy>SEy4 _3 6.44
Pt N^SEy4 No. 24_3 6.44
Pt NEy4NWy4_11 32.82
NEy4SEy4 _11 36.70
NEy4 _12 97.76
Ey»NWy4_12 48.88
Sy.SEy4_16 42.12
SEy4_17 30.42
Ey»Ey> _20 41.92
Ey> _21 71.12
E%NWy4 _21 16.20
w%Nwy4, swy4_21 71.12
NEy4, sEy4Nwy4>
swy4 ___ 23 118.76
WM»NEy4, NWy4, S%..25 78.38
NM>NEy4 _26 16.02
NWy4_26 19.18
SEy4SEy4 _26 3.90
NWy4NEy4 _28 5.78
NWy4_33 15.18
S Vz _33 50.68
Township 26, Range 10
Description Sec. Amt.
E%SEy4 _2 4.76
Ewing Village
Lots > Blk. Amt.
12- 13-14 _2 139.58
7 _5 103.10
14 5 161.82
15-16 _5 253.76
8 _,_6 43.62
WMjEM: 11-12-13_6 75.34
14-15-16 _6 8.36
23-24 6 33.34
4 __._7 26.58
N 100 ft. 1
5 75 ft. 2 ___8 99.94
3- 4 _8 134.82
1 9 75.34
6 9 19.84
13 9 42.44
14 9 48.40
Kimball & Blairs Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
1-2 _—12 67.42
5-6 _12 39.66
NMs 10, all 11-12_12 9.92
Pioneer Townsite Co. Addition
1 Lots Blk. Amt.
i 9-10 14 39.66
| 4-5-6 _15 67.42
9 15 35.70
I _17 67.42
7- 8-9 _17 99.14
7 19 31.72
6 21 59.48
8- 9-10 _22 63.44
13- 14 22 23.80
II - 23 43.62
12-13-14 -23 19.84
1-2-4 -2A 51.56
I- 2-3 -26 15.86
4- 5 26 7.94
6 26 4.00
9- 10 .26 67.42
II- 12 -26 59.48
Subdivision of Outlots A & B
Blocks 28-33 Inclusive
Lots Blk. Amt.
I- 2-3 _28 31.72
4- 5-6 -x_28 91.20
5- 6 - 30 34.94
II- 12 30 6.38
8-9 -32 29.74
7-8 _33 23.80
9 33 4.00
nondescripts
Township 26, Range 9
Description Sec. Amt.
Pt No. 12 -3 72.58
Lot 1 of outlot B_ 71.38
Lot 5 of outlot B_ 4.00
Rolls Addition
Township 27, Range 9
Description Sec. Amt.
| 1 to 5 Incl. - 34 75.34
This part of Golden Twp. being
in Village of Ewing
Township 27, Range 9 ^
Description Sec. Amt.
Nondes. No. 8_34 57.12
Township 26, Range 9
Description Sec. Amt.
No. 13 -2 96.78
No. 3 -2 79.30
No .5-2 19.08
Pt No. 10_2 4.78
Pt No. 10_2 1 62
Pt No. 10_2 4 78
£°- 10A -2 59^48
Pt 17, all No. 18,
pt 20, all 21 -3 50.38
Pt No. 20_ 9 92
No. 19- 4^00
N°- 24- 17.48
No. 28__ 87 24
No. 21 Lot B 4B_ 7.94
Fairview Precinct
Township 27, Range 14
Description Sec. Amt
S%NE¥4 _35 2028
SEy4-35 25.14
Francis Precinct
Township 27, Range 15
Description Sec Amt
SEv4swy4, swy4SEy4,
SEV4SEV4 __’14
SWV4SWV4 _;13 8
NE%, EM>NWy4, Sy>—23 5594
Golden Precinct
Township 27, Range 9
Description Sec. Amt
SEV4-1 80.70
N%NWy4 _4 11.70
NEy4_5 30.94
swy4_5 21.90
SEy4_5 21.90
SVfeNEtt_7 21.28
E^swy4_7 24.88
swy4swy4 _7 10.24
Ny>SEV4_7 20.08
S%SEy4_7 37.66
E _8 38.50
W % 8 38.50
wy>wy> _9 16.02
cEV4 _11 94.62
E Vz _13 167.80
w^Nwy4, Nwy4swy417 28.50
N%NE%, SEy4NEy4 .18 38.10
NEy4SEy4 _18 12.70
wy4, SU _25 212.90
Pt N%SEy4SEy4_34 16.38
No. 8, No. 9 in
swy4swy4 _35 25.16
SEy4 less 7 acres
NWy4SEy4 _35 101.28
Township 27, Range 10
Description Sec. Amt.
Pt £Ey4SEy4 .. 3 28.70
pt NEy4swy4, wysswy4,
SEy4SWy4 _11 46.08
Pt NWy4 _11 9.78
Pt NEy4SWy4_11 3.66
pt NEy4swy4_ii .26
Pt NEy4SWy4_11 3.30
Nwy4NEy4,
NEy4NWy4_14 28.70
I
Greenvalley Precinct
Township 28, Range 15
Description Sec. Amt.
E Vi _10 €4.86
WVz _ 11 89.06
NE%NE%, W%NWy< 13
E^NEy4, NWy4_14 27.18
W%NSy4 _14
EM>, E^NWy4_15 39.52
All 17 90.56
Township 29, Range 15
Description Sec. Amt.
NWy4 _22 37.56
swy4 _27 15.66
S Vi_29 133.54
NWy4_30 84.52
NV4 _34 22.08
Township 28, Range 16
Description Sec. Amt.
N%, N%S%_4
n%. N%swy4,
sEy4swy4,
SWy4SEy4 _5 111.24
swy4NEy4, Nwy4Nwy4,
sy^Nwy4, swy4 _is 19.88
Township 29, Range 16
Description Sec. Amt.
NEy4SWy4_22 2.20
Grattan Precinct
Township 28, Range 11
Description Sec. Amt.
N%NWy4_5 37.76
NEy4 _6 • 21.69
NEy4SEy4 _18 6.76
SEy4_3 33.70
SEy4_10
swy4_11 124.70
swy4_17 56.48
5 A’s in SWy4_18 .98
Pt NWy4_19 9.32
Pt NWy4 __ 19 7.95
410 x 495 SW% _19 31.78
Pt SEy4 _22 41.08
Ny.SEy4 No. 26_29 2.46
No. 5-6-23-24-63 _29 27.90
No. 36-41-42 _29 59.84
No. 59 SEy4SWV4 _29 1.42
Pt swy4swy4 no. 53 _3o 17.32
pt swy4swy4 no. 53a 30 5.98
pt swy4swy4_30 17.66
NWy4_31 83.30
N¥>NWy4_32 25.77
Pt N¥>NWy4_32 37.96
Pt N%NWy4_32 73.80
NEV4 _33 55.66
SEy4SEy4_33 25.18
SM>SW¥i_34 26.76
Township 28, Range 12
Description Sec. Amt.
EMt __8 26.29
SWy4 __ 8 13.74
^wy4swy4_li 6.18
-sy>swy4_12
NWy4 . 13 44.20
^^SEy4, SEV4swy4 „n 19.28
NEy4_ 13 24.10
swy4_14 25.44
N% _ 14 49.88
NEy4swy4, s%swy4,
SEy4 18
NEy4, N%NWy4 _19 41.99
^Ey4Nwy4, s¥s _19
S ¥> _20
S¥> 21 145.82
NE¥4f S% _22
swy4 _23 108.70
SEy4 _1_24 97.62
_27 59.30
N%swy4, sEy4swy4 .21 16.88
.All . 28
N%, SEy4___29
NEy4 _30 215.22
NWy4 _30 23.22
Township 29, Range 12
Description Sec. Amt.
I SWy4 _1 69.76
SEy4 _7 69.42
W%SWy4_8 27.42
Pt SEy4_13 1.33
Pt SEy4_13 27.36
N% _18 69.78
SE% _18 88.84
5A SEy4NEy4,
NEy4SWy4 _25 9.90
Pt SEy4SEy4 except
Lots 1 to 7 Blk 6_25 31.44
O’Neill City
Lots Blk. Amt.
12 _1 18.26
I- 2-3-4 6 62.33
So. 100 ft. 16_6 19.76
9 _
Pt 10_7 20.08
5-6_8 13.69
4, E%5_11 141.36
7-8 11 66.90
12 12 53.22
SVz 9_16 2.14
10-11-12_16 95.46
So. 70 ft. 9, W 25 ft. of
So. 70 ft. 10_17 16.40
9- 10_19 19.76
II- 12_19 178.16
13-14_19 26.76
10- 11 _21 277.84
So. 20 ft. 1-2-3,
So. 20 ft. of W 12^ ft.
of 4_22 29.80
No. 90 ft. 1_23 34.04
No. 110 ft. 5_23 24.92
So. 60 ft. 5_ __23 10.32
So. 120 ft. 15 _23 48.64
E 40 ft. 14_24 66.90
7-8 _ 28 56.56
10 & 11, W 10 ft. of
No. 30 ft. 12_28 78.74
So. 140 ft. 12 & 13 _28 161.74
So. 40 ft. 14-15-16 _28 4.58
6 & 7_29 110.98
N 70 ft. 9_29 30.10
13 30 26.46
So. 120 ft. 9-10-11-12 —31 51.70
No. 72 ft. of So. 127 ft.
15-16 _31 22.18
4- E% 5_33 24.32
23 33 30.42
So. 21 ft. 24_33 30.42
So. 70 ft. 1-2_34 16.40
6- 7-8 34 17.04
15- 16 35 17.04
S¥t 13-14-15 & 16 _36 25.39
O'Neill & Hagerly's Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
16 _B 34.96
17 - 22.80
18 _ 22.80
SVfe 1 & 2_C 17.32
5- 6 _ 38.32
SM> 11_C 13.36
Pt 17- 18, Pt 19_— 44.68
1-2-3-4 - F 2.44
16- 17-18-19_G 14.30
10 to 16 Inc._H 26.16
W 10 ft. of So. 120 ft. 19,
So. 120 ft. 20 . H 46.52
Riggs Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
22-23, EV4 24_37 42.26
4-5-6 -38 198.22
7- 8-9 -40 29.82
W 95 ft. 19 to 24 Inc- 93.04
W% 1 & 2 _41 16.74
W 60 ft. 13 to 18 Inc_ 67.18
3-4 43 48.04
W 50 ft. 1 to 5 Inc. —45 51.70
E% 10 to 17 Inc._ 52.88
racuazzexiys Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
12- 13-14 & 15_49 17.48
5-6_51 3.06
7-8_51 27.04
12 _52 1.84
Fahys 2nd Addition
Lots Blk. Amt
11 A 5.18
19 7 9ft
15- 16-17___C 54.74
1-2 _D 84.52
3-4_D 93.92
21-22-23 _75.40
Millards Addition
Lots V Blk. Amt.
191 x 100 ft. 1 _Jl 6.10
4 45.32
5 2.72
13- 14_B 31.92
15 20.08
1-2 _C 16.40
E 65 ft. of W 105 ft. 1_H 3.96
W 285 ft. 2_14.91
McCafferiy 2nd Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
SWy4_D 15.8?
1-2-3-4 _F 5.78
13-14 _ 14.88
SEy4- 45 ft._G 1.84
6 _H 3.06
13 25.86
5 J 20.08
16- 17_ 5.78
26 30.98
McCaffertys Annex
Lots Blk. Amt.
All _B 24.32
90 x 170 ft-5 25.54
Pt SK_6 77.54
5 _7 30.98
6 _ 16.56
7 _ 3.06
90 x 150 in SE
comer-8 48.64
Matthews Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
10-11 1 45.92
WVfe 10 & 11_2 7.28
1-2-3 . -17 26.76
Hazelett's Addition
Lots Blk. Amt.
1-2-3-4_ 5 33.44
1- 2-15-16 _ 16 30.10
Fahy's Park Addition
Lois Blk. Amt.
WVz 10-11-12_G 86.34
19 G 54.74
16-17 _H 41.04
18-19 - 42.58
2- 3- EM> 4_K 26.91
WM> 4-5-6- K 24.32
SM! 10-11-12_ 49.24
1 & 2_N 21.28
3- E 15 ft. 4_N 37 70
3-4 - O 39.20
Nondescript
Township 29. Range 11
Descriptions •* Sec. Amt.
No. 20. No. 22 _ 29 87.26
Pt NWV4SWV4 No. 61 . . 19.14
No. 26_30 2.44
Pt No. 34_ 40.42
HoltCreek *
Township 28. Ranqe 16
Descriptions Sec. Amt.
SEV4_ 25 30.58
Inman Precinct
Township 27, Ranae 10
Descriptions Sec. Amt.
NWy4 _ 7 115.68
Township 28, Ranae 10
Descriptions Sec. Amt.
NWy4_ 5 32.32
NEV4_5 32.42
NWV4 _17 94.20
Pt SEy4_17 1.90
SEy4 _ 18 100.80
Pt NWV4SEV4 No. 12 B.
Pt NWy4SEy4 No. 12 C,
Pt N%SEy4 No. 13
No. 14_19 7.28
SWV4 _20 32.63
NEy4NWy4 _28 10.04
Kn*ons Add. Blk 9 & 10 5.96
N%SE% _30 77.66
SEV4SEy4_31 33.06
swy4swy4 ._.32 11.44
Township 27, Ranae 11
Descriptions Sec. Amt.
Ny»S^ _ 2 50.18
WM>NWy4 ...3 14.70
E!£NEy4, SHSEtt _4 13.96
Ny>S^ _3 28.80
SViSVz _3 30.88
sy.swy4 _6 n.86
EM>NEy4 _9 4.40
swy4, swy4NEy4.
SEy4Nwy4. s%sEy4 12 118.22
Township 28, Range 11
Descriptions Sec. Amt.
SWy4_1 53.44
EKSEVa _11 72.06
NWy4.. 13
NEy4 _14 264.40
Inman Village
Lots Blk. Amt
13-14_2 28.90
E 50 ft. 2_ 3 3.12
Pt NWy4SEy4 No. 32 _4 4.66
2-3 6 24.98
(Continued on page 9)
LEGAL NOTICE
OF MEASURES
TO BE VOTED UPON
NOVEMBER 4, 1952.
BALLOT TITLES
AND TEXTS OF
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS
PROPOSED BY THE
1951 LEGISLATURE.
Proposals Will Appear
On the Ballot
In the Following Order
Proposed Constitutional
Amendment
"For amendment to Article III, sec
tion 19, of the Constitution of Nebras
ka, to authorize the Legislature to
provide that, where there are public
officers elected or appointed to a court,
board, or commission, having more
than one member and the terms of
office of one or more members com
mence and end at different times, the
compensation of all members of such
court, board, or commission may be
increased or diminished with the be
ginning of the full term of any mem
ber thereof," 300 □
“Against amendment to Article HI,
Section 19, of the Constitution of Ne
braska, to authorize the Legislature to
provide that, where there are public
officers elected or appointed to a court,
board, or commission, having more
than one member and the terms of
office of one or more members com
mence and end at different times, the
compensation of all members of such
court, board, or commission may be
increased or diminished with the be
ginning of the full term of any mem
ber thereof." 301 □
TEXT OF PROPOSED CONSTITU
TIONAL AMENDMENT
Be it enacted by the people oi the State
of Nebraska,
Section 1. That at the general elec
tion in November 1952, there shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
of Nebraska for approval the following
amendment to Article III, section 19,
of the Constitution of Nebraska, which
is hereby proposed by the Legislature:
“Sec. 19. The Legislature shall never
grant any extra compensation to any
public officer, agent, or servant after
the services have been rendered nor
to any contractor after the contract
has been entered into, nor shall the
compensation of any public officer, in
cluding any officer whose compensa
tion is fixed by the Legislature, be
increased or diminished during his
term of office except that, when there
are officers elected or appointed to
a court, board, or commission having
more than one member and the terms
of one or more members commmce
and end at different times, the com
pensation of all members of such court,
board, or commission may be in
creased or diminished at the beginning
of the full term of any member
thereof.”
Proposed Constitutional
Amendment
"For amendment to Article Vm,
section 1, of the Constitution of Ne
braska, to authorize the Legislature to
provide a different method of taxing
motor vehicles and providing for the
distribution to the state, counties,
townships, cities, villages, and school
districts of such counties of their
proper shares of such tax,” 302 □
"Against amendment to Article vin,
section 1, of the Constitution of Ne
braska, to authorize the Legislature to
provide a different method of taxing
motor vehicles and providing for the
distribution to the state, counties,
townships, cities, villages, and school
districts of such counties of their
proper shares of such tax.” 303 □
TEXT OF PROPOSED CONSTITU
TIONAL AMENDMENT
Be it enacted by the people oi the State
el Nebratka,
Section 1. That at the general elec
tion in November, 1952, there shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
of Nebraska for approval the follow
ing amendment to Article VIII, section
1 of the Constitution of Nebraska,
which is hereby proposed by the
Legislature:
"Sec. 1. The necessary revenue of
the state and its governmental sub
divisions shall be raised by taxation in
such manner as the Legislature may
direct. Taxes shall be levied by valua
tion uniformly and proportionately
upon all tangible property, and fran
chises, except that the Legislature may
provide for a different method of
taxing motor vehicles: Provided, that
such tax proceeds from motor vehicles
taxed in each county shall be allocated
to the state, counties, townships, vil
lages and school districts of such
county in the same proportion that the
levy of each bears to the total levy
of said county on personal tangible
property. Taxes uniform as to class
may be levied by valuation upon all
other propertv. Taxes, other than
property taxes, m~y be authorized by
law. Existing revenue laws shall con
tinue in effect until changed by the
Legislature.”
Proposed Constitutional
Amendment
“For amendment of Article III, sec
tion 7. of the Constitution of Nebraska,
providing for the salary of each mem
ber of the Legislature in the sum of
one thousand two hundred fifty dollars
per annum,” 304 □
“Against amendment of Article III,
section 7, of the Constitution of Ne
braska, providing for the salary of
each member of the Legislature in the
sum of one thousand two hundred fifty
dollars per annum.” 305 □
TEXT OF PROPOSED CONSTITU
TIONAL AMENDMENT
Be it enacted by the people of the State
ot Nebraska,
Section 1. That at the general elec
tion in November, 1952, there shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
of Nebraska, for approval, the follow
ing amendment to Article III, section
7, of the Constitution of Nebraska,
which is hereby proposed by the Legis
lature.
“ Sec. 7. Members of the Legislature
shall be elected for a term of two
years beginning at noon on the first
Tuesday in January in the year next
ensuing the general election at which
they were elected. Each member shall
be nominated and elected in a non
partisan manner and without any in
dication on the ballot that he Is affili
ated with or endorsed by any political
party or organization. Each member
shall receive and be paid the sum of
one thousand two hundred fifty dollars
per annum, payable in such manner
and at such times as may be provided
by law. In addition to his salary, each
member shall receive and be paid an
amount equal to his actual expenses
ip traveling by the most usual route
once to and returning from each regu
lar or special session of the Legisla
ture. Members of the Legislature shall
receive no pay nor perquisites other
than said salary and expenses. Em
ployees of the Legislature shall receive
no compensation other than their
salary or per diem.”
Proposed Constitutional
Amendments
•Tor amendments to establish a
State Department of Education: to
provide for a State Board of Educa
tion and the election and term of office
of the members thereof: to provide
for a Commissioner of Education, and
the appointment thereof, and how his
salary shall be fixed: to provide that
all provisions in the Constitution of
Nebraska and laws of the state relating
to Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion shall insofar as applicable apply
to and mean the State Department of
Education, State Board of Education,
or the Commissioner of Education, as
the case may be; and to amend Article
IV, section 1, Article VII, sections 1
and 13, and Article XVTI. section 3,
of the Constitution of Nebraska,”
306 n
"Against amendments to establish
a State Department of Education; to
Erovide for a State Board of Educa
on and the election and term of
office of the members thereof; to pro
vide for a Commissioner of Education,
and the appointment thereof, and how
his salary shall be fixed; to provide
that all provisions in the Constitution
of Nebraska and laws of the state re
lating to Superintendent of Public
Instruction shall insofar as applicable
apply to and mean the State Depart
ment of Education, State Board of
Education, or the Commissioner of
Education, as the case may be; and
to amend Article IV, section 1, Article
VII. sections 1 and 13, and Article
XVII. section 3, of the Constitution of
Nebraska.” 307 □
TEXT OP PROPOSED CONSTITU
TIONAL AMENDMENTS
Be it enacted by the people of the State
of Nebraska,
Section 1. That at the general elec
tion in November, 1952, there shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
of Nebraska for approval the amend
ments to the Constitution of Nebraska
which are set forth in section 2 of this
act, and which are hereby proposed
by the Legislature.
Sec. 2. The amendments proposed
are as follows:
(1) To add four new sections, to
appear in Article VII of the Constitu
tion of Nebraska, as sections 14, 15,
16, and It. and to read as follows:
"Sec. 14. There is hereby established
a State Department of Education which
shall be comprised of a State Board of
Education and a Commissioner of
Education. The State Department of
Education shall have general super
vision and administration of the school
system of the state and of such other
activities as the Legislature may
direct.”
"Sec. 15. The State Board of Edu
cation shall be composed of six mem
bers, who shall be elected from six
districts as provided by the Legis
lature. Their term of office shall be
for six years each, except as here
inafter provided. Their duties and
powers shall be prescribed by the
Legislature, and they shall receive no
compensation, but shall be reimbursed
their actual expense incurred in the
performance of their duties. The mem
bers of the State Board of Education
shall not be actively engaged in the
educational profession and they shall
be elected on a nonpartisan ballot. In
the general election of 1954, six mem
bers shall be elected to the board, one
from each of the six districts; two
members shall be elected for two
years, two for four years, and two for
six years. In each general election
thereafter two members shall be
elected for six year terms from dis
tricts as prescribed by the Legis
lature.”
“Sec. 16. The State Board of Edu
cation shall appoint and fix the com
pensation of the Commissioner of Edu
cation, who shall be the Executive
Officer of the State Board of Educa
tion and the administrative head of
the State Department of Education,
and who shall have such powers and
duties as the Legislature may direct.
The board shall appoint all employees
of the State Department of Education
on the recommendation of the Com
missioner of Education.”
“Sec. 17. All provi^kins in the Con
stitution of Nebraska and laws of the
state relating to the Superintendent of
Public Instruction shall, insofar as
such provisions are applicable, apply
to and mean the State Department of
Education, the State Board of Educa
tion, or the Commissioner of Educa
tion as the case may be.”
(2) To amend Article IV, section 1,
to read as follows:
&ec. 1. me executive onicers or
the state shall be the Governor, Lieu
tenant Governor, Secretary of State,
Auditor of Public Accounts, Treas
urer, Attorney General, and the heads
of such other executive departments
as set forth herein or as may be estab
lished by law. The Legislature may
provide for the placing of the above
named officers as heads over such de
partments of government as it may by
law establish. The Governor, Lieuten
ant Governor, Attorney General, Sec
retary of State, Auditor of Public
Accounts, and the Treasurer shall be
chosen at the general election held in
November, 1954, and in each even
numbered year thereafter, and their
term of office shall be two years and
until their successors shall be elected
and qualified. The records, books, and
papers of all executive officers shall
be kept at the seat of government, and
such officers, excepting the Lieuten
ant Governor, shall reside there during
their respective terms of office. Offi
cers in the executive department of
the state shall perform such duties as
may be provided by law. The heads of
all executive departments established
by law, other than those to be elected
as proArtded herein, shall be appointed
by the Governor, with the consent of
a majority of all members elected to
the Legislature, but officers so ap
pointed may be removed by the Gov
ernor. Subject to the provisions of
this Constitution, the heads of the
various executive or civil departments
shall have power to appoint and re
move all subordinate employees in
their respective departments."
(3) To amend Article VH, section 1,
to read as follows:
"Sec. 1. The Governor. Secretary of
State, Treasurer, Attorney General,
and Commissioner of Education shall,
under the direction of the Legislature,
constitute a board of commissioners
for the sale, leasing, and general man
agement of all lands and funds set
apart for educational purposes, and
for the investment of school funds in
such manner as may be prescribed
by law.”
(4) To amend Article VII, section
13, to read as follows:
“Sec. 13. The general government of
the state normal schools as now exist
ing. and such other normal schools as
may be established by law, shall be
vested, under the direction of the Leg
islature, in a board of seven members
to be styled Board of Education of
State Normal Schools, six of whom
shall be appointed by the Governor,
with the adArice and consent of the (
Legislature, two each for a term of i
two, four, and six years, and two each .
biennium thereafter for a term of six ]
years, and the Commissioner of Edu- -
cation shall be a member ex officio, j
The duties and powers of the board 1
shall be prescribed by law, and the <
members thereof shall receive no com- i
pensation for the performance of their •
duties, but may be reimbursed their i
actual expenses incurred therein.”
(5) To amend Article XVII, section
3, to read' as follows:
"Sec. 3. Until otherwise provided
by law the salary of the Lieutenant
Governor shall be twice the salary of
a member of the Legislature.”
Proposed Constitutional
Amendment
'Tor amendment to Article XVI, Mo
tion 2, of the Constitution of Nebraska,
to provide for determination by the
Legislature of the number of members
required to compose a constitutional
convention, and to authorize the Leg
islature to define the boundaries of
election districts and to prescribe the
manner in which members of a con
stitutional convention are elected,”
306 Q
"Against amendment to Article XVI,
section 2, of the Constitution of Ne
braska, to provide for determination
by the Legislature of the number of
members required to compose a con
stitutional convention, and to author
ize the Legislature to define the boun
daries of election districts and to pre
scribe the manner in which members
of a constitutional convention are
elected.” 309 □
TEXT OF PROPOSED CONSTITU
TIONAL AMENDMENT
Be it enacted by the people of the State
ol Nebraska,
Section 1. That at the general elec
tion in November 1952, there shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
of Nebraska for approval the follow
ing amendment to Article XVI, sec
tion 2, of the Constitution of Nebraska,
which is hereby proposed by the Leg
islature :
"Sec. 2. When three-fifths of the
members elected to the Legislature
deem it necessary to call a convention
to revise, amend, or change this con
stitution, they shall recommend to
the electors to vote at the next elec
tion of members of the Legislature,
for or against a convention, and if a
majority of the electors voting on the
proposition, vote for a convention, the
Legislature shall, at its next session
provide by law for calling the same;
Provided, the votes cast in favor of
calling a convention shall not be less
than thirty-five per cent of the total
votes cast at such election. The con
vention shall consist of not more than
one hundred members, the exact num
ber to be determined by the Legisla
ture, and to be nominated and elected
from districts in the manner to be
prescribed by the Legislature. Such
members shall meet within three
months after their election, for the
purpose aforesaid. No amendment or
change of this constitution, agreed
upon by such convention, shall take
effect until the same has been sub
mitted to the electors of the state, and
adopted by a majority of those voting
for or against the same."
Proposed Constitutional
Amendment
"For amendment to Article XVI, sec
tion 1, of the Constitution of Nebraska,
to provide for publication of notice of
submission of constitutional amend
ments by publication in newspapers
once each week for three consecutive
weeks,” 310 □
“Against amendment to Article XVI,
lection 1, of the Constitution of Ne
braska, to provide for publication of
submission of constitutional amend
ments by publication In newspapers
once each week for three consecutive
weeks.” 311 □
TEXT OP PROPOSED CONSTITU
TIONAL AMENDMENT
Be ft enacted by the people ot the State
it Nebraska,
Section 1. At the general election
In November 1852. there shall be sub
mitted to the electors of the State of
Nebraska for approval the following
amendment to Article XVI, section 1.
of the Constitution of Nebraska, which
Is hereby proposed by the Legislature:
“Sec. 1. The Legislature may pro
pose amendments to this Constitution.
[f the same be agreed to by three
fifths of the members elected to the
Legislature, such proposed amendments
shall be entered on the Journal, with
the yeas and nays, and published once
sach week for three consecutive weeks,
m at least one newspaper In each
:ounty, where a newspaper is pub
ished. Immediately preceding the next
•lection of members of the Legislature.
\t such election said amendments shall
oe submitted to the electors for ap
proval or rejection upon a ballot sep
arate from that upon which the names
)f candidates appear. If a majority
)f the electors voting on any such
imendment adopt the same, it shall
become a part of this Constitution, pro
vided the votes cast in favor of such
»mendment shall not be less than
hirty-five per cent of the total votes
:ast at such election. When two or
nore amendments are submitted at
he same election, they shall be so sub
nitted as to enable the electors to
vote on each amendment separately ” •
Respectfully Submitted
JAMES S. PITTENGER
Secretary of State
(Published Four Times. During the
Weeks of October 6. 13. 20. 27)
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