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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 25, 1947
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THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1947 BLYTfflmLL* (ARK.) COURIER NXWS FACT. ftY* ; Pill Rollers Take Over Loop Lead Owens' Team Edgei Out Eich Nine 5-4; Wholesalers Win 12-2 /ott Refutes Sad Record With Two-Hitter in New York Debut The Owens' Druggists moved Into first A;ice in the • City Softb.-ill Lcnguc N «^lngs last night as thes thumped Wie Loy Eich nine 5 to lo open second-round' play in the league. The loss shoved the Etchers into a second place tie with the Saliba Wholesalers who defeated Charlie's Electric 12 to 2 in last night's first name. Ted Fisher and Vic Ivy took over (lie show in the nightcap a$ the two twirlci's battled it out in their own private lend. Neither was given the satisfaction of allowing the By CARLUJNDQUIST « (United Prens Spurts WnLu' I NEW YOUK, June 25. IUE>) — Miracles never cease in baseball und that's Die only explanation lo- . clay for the sudden success of plv- I cher Clarence lott, not to be son- , fused with his boss, Melvln Ott. Clarence joined ,lw Giants yes lerday morning with a sad 3nck record of one defeat, 53 hits, n wr.iks. .six .strikeouts und n wild pl'ch in eight and a third innings of relief pitching with the Brownies this season. "I think you had better fiaurc on starting for us today," Ott, told lolt, who was slightly amav.ed since he had'just coinplstxni an overnight train ride- from Wi'.shiugton where he left, the Browns (>i\er being sold for the wnlvcr prico. Nine innings lat'.'i 1 , lolt was au- number ol hits as both turn-It'""' of the best-pi'.rlied game turn-ed in live hit performance.^ • ed in by a Glnr.t pltelier this s<v- Jnckson. Owens 'center fielder.' 1 ™ 1 ' a l»'»-"'t. U l '> f ' victory over paced the field in hitting *as he th< ? CuUs "i. which be struck oil! ' -'•-'•' and walked slammed ont singles in four Glenn Bunch double and two trips to the homered plate, fifth Aside trein a cripple triple by Peanuts LOWCI-J In the third and Dom Dallesandro':; frame with one mate aboard to single in the fourth, lotl was a res:i- lend Ihe Etchers at the plate. | Inr Ewell BlackweM out there. Cecil Gray, the league's leading The lanky lefty admitted his rr.o- liilter, continued his' mad pace at rale was bolstered when the Giants the plate as he pounded out a made four runs in the first Inning, triple :<nd two doubles in.five trips and he said It was a cheering sight to lead the Saliba Wholesalers to' a 12 to 2 vielorv over Charley's Electric, in n make-up game last nielli. The boomiiiH bats of the Wholesalers backed up the four-hit pitching nerformam:e of Harvey Don-is in the contest as they showered Bill Hawkins. Charlie's hurlcr, with 11 safeties. The win moved the Wholesalers into a second place tic. a full game over the idle Sam Johns' .nine. Ch.%}rs Walker paced the Electricians at the plate v«ith two sin«le.^jir three tri|is. Two^|.jnie s will be played at the Park toniaht with Filzpatrick Jewelers girls team meeting stroncc Tennessee All-Stars from Memphi: and Lov Eich playing 'Maiden. The All-Stars are considered one of the best girls Softball teams in the Mid-South having defeated several ^ood uirl s sounds in Memphis. This will he their first appearance here this year. The Eichers will borrow Ted Fisher from the Druggists for tonight's lilt with the Maiden nine The Missourians appeared here several weckq ago against the Saliba Wholesalers. for an ex-Brownie to watch his team mates make 13 hits inchidinr Doyle Receives Brain Injury in Title Fight CLEVELAND, June 25. (UP) — For the second time -within 15 months young Jimmy Doyle of Los Angeles hovered between life and death today — this time as the result of injuries suffered' when he' was technically' knocked out lathe eighth round by champion Ray (Sugar) Robinson in their fight, lor the wt^l welterweight championship l.W night. "Condition poor," was the terse summary of the challenger's condition given just after young Doyle, his head swathed in bandages, emerged from a 45-minute brain operation. homers by Wlll:u'<l Marshall mid Walker i'ooi>er. The Dodgers used Pecwec Reese's two-run homer and a steal or home by Jackie Robinson to defeat ll-.e Pirates, 4 to '2, ill Pittsburgh as Riflin' Ralph Branca outpitchcd 1111 ' old Brooklyn nen^es's, Frity, Ostcr- mueller. Braves Real Cards Soulhpaw Warren Spnhn, dcspUa being touched for three homers, including a two-run blast by Frv Dusak in the ninlh, gave the Braves 9 to G decision over the Cardinals at St. Louis. Spahn also was hammered for homers by Stan Mn- sial and Joe Medwick, but was otherwise effective, distributing eight hits to win his llth game. Rookie Kent Peterson of the Rsdj; had a one-hit .shutout until he weakened to yield two tallies In the ninth but Harry Gunibert saved .his 4 to 2 victory over the Phils r.t Cincinnati. The White Sox n:ded Walt Masterson's string of scoreless innings- at 34 when they tugged him for two runs on Floyd Baker's double, Dave. Philley's triple and an infield out in the first Inning, then wen', on to top the Senators at Washington. 3 to 0. will. Eel LmHit pitching a seven-hitter for his fifht victory. Vernon Stephens cirove in six runs, four on a Brand slam bonier as the Browns drublic'd the Athletics. 12 to 3, at Philadelphia. Pitcher Ellis Kinder spotted thy A's three runs in the first inning thvn lx>re down the rest Oi the way, striking out 10 baiters as he won his fifth straight itiii-e. Cleveland at New Y .rk and Detroit at Boston were raiu?d out in the American. Cotton Pickers Drop Decision To N. Little Rock North Liltle Rock, June 25 (Spe- clul to Cornier Newsl — The llly- thuvlllc Cotlon Pickers, after hawing been ruined out In the first, two contests of tliulr down-slate rout! trip, dropped u 10 to 0 decision to the strong North Liltle Hock junior Ix'glon team here yesterday. 1 Bob Mullen, no,; curve-ljaller ot the Pickers, .starlet! bill wns relieved In the sixth triune' by Kenneth Merrill, nfter the i North-siders Imd collected "II thc'r runs oft ol him. Men-lit finished thb contest refusing- to ijtvc up another tally. Hero of the day tpr the Cotton Pickers was- fiill Long, outfielder, who slammed out three singles in four trip;,- to Ihe plate. Alvln Duclos doubled willi thb bases loadcrl to •account for half of the picker.s runs. The Cotton Pickers meet the Pine Hlnff Legionnaires in Pine Bluff i tonight and then return to Little | Ifnck tomorrow for 'a game with state champion Doughboys. Harold Ward will start against pine Bluff In tonight's contest. League-Leading Bears Lick Vols Barons Defeat Little Rock; Pels Overcome 'Noogans; Chicks Split lly WILLIAM A. S1HKKS (United I'rVss Spurts Wrltrr) ATLANTA, Cia.. June 25. tUP) — Flunk MIBO, one of A! Todel's sextet of moiiml musters, hurled one hltloss mid scoreless Inning uKiilnsl Die Nnshvlllc Vols lust night, mid today was credited wltli Ills tenth win of the season. NVuociy knows Just how it hnp- the nioiinc! I Pened. heciiMse. the Vols, having Ferrier Ousts Herbert to Win '47 PGA Crown -SU Leads Team Play in Collegiate Golf Tournament' BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet Mobile 40 v Orlean. s 4G liattanuogu . . Atlanta . ..:... Birmingham . . Nashville Memphis Little Rock . .. ...39 ...20 ...37 ...34 ...27 ... 2C 30 31 37 39 .032 .005 .513 .403 AWI .460 .383 .'IX NATIONAL, Boston New York Erooklyn Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia Pittsburgh LKAUOE W. L^ 34 25 31 25 33 2C 31 28 30 30 29 32 2G 35 Pet .570 copped the first of a twin-bill with the Mobile Bears 4 to 0, were lending the league-leaders 1 to 0 when Todd pulled Pete Mlnner fur a pinch-hlltcr in the eighth Inning. Larry Gilbert's Leo Twurdy was weaving a wicked spell. Laga wcnl In lo work for the Hears, and Ihe "Dixie Dodgers" pushed two runs across the plate In the last half of the ninth to present Frankic with the win. Mlnner had allowed only two base-blows in the eight frames he worked. Ban Wnde flipped a fancy four-hitter for the Vol win in the opener. Final score of the nlghlcup was Mobile 2, Nashville 1. It was just one of the surprising happenings around the Southern circuit last night. Husky Zeb 2aton smashed a grand-slam home 'un in the fourteenth inning off Carl Lindquist to jirescnl the Blr- ningham Barons with a G to 2 win over Little liock and Al (Broadway) Flair had given Bert Nclhoff a headache by, slapping a three-run homer that tied up the New Orleans-Chattanooga ttTl 1 to 7. The Lookouts finally iriumnhcd 11 to 8 In 11 Innings. Charley Glock and veteran Forrest Thompson combined efforts to give Atlanta an even break with Memphis. Glock smashed a two- run 22 35 .554 .553 .525 .SCO .475 .42 .38() AMERICAN IXAGTFE W. New York . . Boston Philadelphia . Cleveland . .. Detroit ... 30 ... 32 ... 20 ... '25 27 Chicago 30 Washington 20 St. Louis 23 Pet. .COO .571 .SCO .490 .482 .484 .464 .404 River Sand and Gravel Delivered to You Caff A. H.Webb Phone /14 Yesterday's Star — Clarence Jolt of the Giants, who got off an'over- night train and pitched a two-hit, 11 to 0 victory over the Cubs in bis debut with New York. America's Todd Advances in Wimbledon Meet Stay En a Pig Pen Yet. sometimes we let Ihe interiors of our cars get GO filled up wilh rlirt—and junk—that we have to apologize when we ask someone to ride with us. How About New Scat Covers? To enjoy your trip . . . drive a nice clean car. Let us clean the upholstery . . . put on new seat covers . . . new rubber floor mats . . . aud vacuum the inside of your car—and give it a thorough houscclcaning. The cost is LOW considering the picture that you i;ct !rorr drivingtp clean car. Our line of seat covers .ire beautiful . . sanitary and tailor made to fil snug . . . look well and last. WIMBLEDON, Ellg., June (UP)—Mrs. Patricia O.inning Todd of Ln Jolln,' Calif., seeded No. 4. met her first serious challenge in the Wimbledon tennis cliainpion- successfully today, defeating Mrs. Anita IJzana Ellis, 6-3. G-2. The victory over the veteran Mrs. Ellis, formerly of Chile but who lives here now, advanced Mrs. Totld to the third round of women's singles play. Along with second round women's single,; matches, which will cut the field to 32 ana bring that division up even with the men's singles doubles and mixed doubles competition began today. Francisco (Pancbo) Segura of Ecuador, who was eliminated in the first round of the men's singles Monday, and Enrique -Morea of Argentina advanced to the secontt round of the doubles with a 6-2. B-4. 7-9. 7-5 triumph over Jac'it Crawford and Jack Harper of Australia. Advancing into the third round of the women's singles—a point which two other seeded American ntrants, Margaret Osborne and Louise. Brough reached yesterday— .long with Mrs. Totlil was Mrs. Betty Hilton, one of Britain's lones, who clefentcr". Jndglsa Jn- Irzcjowska of PoVand. G-4, 9-7. Four U. S. players remained in Yesterday s Results SOUTHERN I.E.VGUE Memphis 1-3. Atlanta 2-0 illirminghain G, Little Rock 2 Chattanooga 11. New Orleans (11 innings)/ Nashville 4-1, Mobile 0-2 NATIONAL I.EAGUE New York II. Chicago 0. Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 2. Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 2. Boston 9, St. Louig 6. AMERICAN I.EAGtJS Cleveland at New York, postponed, rain. Detroit at Boston, rain. Chicago 3. Washington 0. St. Louis 12, Philadelphia 3. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night, games: Memphis at Birmingham. Chattanooga at Mobile. Little Rock at Atlanta. Nashville at New Orleans. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, game. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. New York at Chicago. Only games scheduled. homer for a a to 1 win In the firs', ol a twin-bill g : ving Thompson who hurled a four-hitler, his eleventh win of the season. Chucking Charley Kisenmaua turned thn ' Crackers back with three-hits a* the Chicks took the nightcap 3 lo 0. In the second''LIUIr? Rock-BInn inghain encounter the Barons wotv by a shut-out, 3 to 0. The Mobile split ;u:d New Orleans loss increased the Mobile lend in the standings to four full p.jmes today -— the widest margin they have held thus far. The Atlanta, Chattanooga to Moutle, Memphis lo Birmingham nnd NashviUu lo New Orleans tor tonight's schedule. ' DETHOIT, June 25 (UP)—The smallest club In the biitf won burly dx-fool Duve-lnch Jim Ferrier the 1941 championship of I.MV l>rof«i- slonal-aoliv-rs Association and Ihe »a;500 firs', prize. WleHlina his number 10 Iron, Ihe putter, with a banshee's touch, Big Jim blasted Chick Harbert, a long' Nni-thvlllp, Mich., pro, out of the uvunu'y in the flnuls yo.slur- lUty with a '1 ami 1 victory that was In doubt mill! Ihe final nine I)OU>K Ohly when 21 holes of the scheduled :iii hole match were out ol the way, with iiljj jim three n| and his imtti'r behaving like n well- Irtitni'd dog. did It scorn Ihut h was in. HiirlnTt made a good try, evel after that. He knocked in a~4U Too putt, duplicating Furrier's boat ot fort ol Ihe day, on the 3t)lli holi lo cut the margin to two up \vllh six to play. Dili Ferrier came back on the :UM to go three up again, and hr i-naslccl from there. They halved ihn next two holes, leaving Kerrier three up with three to BO. Husky Chick won the next und it was two up with only two lo go. But the pressure was on Ihir- bcrt; ami Fcrrler played safe. He pasted a long drive, a long brassle and a good chip shot to lie just short oi the pin. Then hit wcnl down in two putts 'and" Harberl could do no butter. Ho took n five for u halve and thb match was over. For the morning 18 holes Ferrier look only 21 putts, nine under the M which golfers regard as par fin the greens for one round. In the afternoon Harbert was still hitting the lonit ball, but Furrier's Irons were a little closer am lil.s putting, if anything, was a little better. lie started by holing a '2D-foo putt which he had to make lor i halve oh the 208 yard aoth. On tin next he dropped a IS fooler to win He lost the next when he missed 25-foot try. but then he put ;n 111 clincher. It was a 40-foolcr on th par three hole that dropped for deuce and a lead which was neve broken. ANN AHUOli, Mich,, Jlll-e 26. (UP) — The Itirtcsl field In \\\v r >0-yeiir history <jf the Natlb'ml Collegiate, Ooli Tournament concludes a marathon battle for tH )]IICCM In the match play bracket loduy, fl'lio 30-lhole aggregate of 150 strokes or bolter appeared li to win n plai'L 1 In the match play fight for the crown which GO Hammer of the University ol' Oeor- gla roMunulshrd. While the buttle for mcdalb.l. honors Is hot. the fight for ihc leam championship Is hotter. IXHilslaiia Slate, bidding lor it'.i rlrsl undisputed title. Is the half- Way mark leader with n tour man ID-hole aggregate of 301 strokes. Stanford, the defending cham- liiiin. la a slroko back at 303- Ohio Slate ranks third with W3, with Michigan, the HI K Nine IHllst, and nuke tied for toiirlh place with 4. Other leaders Include the Unl- evsliy of Miami wiiii 3011, and orth Carolina, 313. Former Chick Coach Goes To Head HuntsYille,Staff Joe Ulldy, former coach at Bly- thevlllc Illuli School, has accepted a position as head football coach at mmtsvllle Hllili School, lluntsvllle, Ala., U wan announced yesterday. DIHly, who was hnad mentor of the Hlythcvllle Ohlcks from 1937 to imi. coached at Hope last, year. He enlisted In the Army Air Forces In 19*2 and went U) Hiirjo upon hi s discharge. Memphis CMcks & Two 1 More Hurt*ri Jun« 14 (W) k:ks added !*»• r-the.2Ut ( 5S: underway Aug. i. Wes: Memph Mayor P. M. Dacus annvuiccd to day. Ihe P.CI.A. golf tournament,, back In the hospital totluy fpr rest mid « checkup. The 1 all-time home run king wns instructed by his ]>hy.=klun lo rc- naln In llu> llmpllal Indefinitely. "I've boon feellnij damned tired," Until said before he wont to the hospllal. "I can't scoin to regain my slrciiBlh, 1 even gel tired walk- Ing around the house, tio I unes* I'll giit some rest at the hospital." Ruth was In Ihe luispllnl for M'vernl months during the winter wht'n he iindciwcnl a serious nnck operallon on Jan. (1. He stilt has not recovered ftom the of'cc;ts "f It, MEMPHIS, tenn. -The Memphis Chicks more pltch«r s today sand to Join the Chicks since' the season started Righthander Hay Hirrell VU purchased from Sacramento 4f'lfc* Pacific Coast League and' DMk Mnuncy. former Atlanta Cracbnr righthander, was optioned-to-Meat- phis by the Philadelphia Plillll**;- To make room lor the two iWnr pitchers,* Al Sherer was plac'wl 'CM* the suspended list ullh a sort arm, and Hank Gornlclcl was p^- tiirncd to Ihdiana|>olLs. . . • >• The Chick front -office s|ld shortstop John Mauer wan returned, to 'Memphis by St. Pam.atjB had Joined the Chicks In Atlanta First basomaii led Klvi3ze»s>kl .tus Injured hl s hnnd and will be sld*;' lined for several days. ',. AMERICAN » St. Louis nt Philadelphia;-' f Cleveland at New YorK, nlghtP Detroit at Boston. tut/i Re-Enters Hospital 'or Rest and Check-Up NEW YOKK, June '25. (Ul'l — ialie Until, weary from over-cxer- on on a trip U> Detroit to see THEATRE Manila, Ark. 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Occupation dutios -Include a wid* variety of- opportunities in specialized skills, trades and administration—all while you'r* drawing full payl' ' '*"•'•... dubs, resort hotels, ball parks are well-equipped for active sportsmen. Dance bands add lip to unit parties. Competitive sports keep men fit the year 'round. No wonder General MacArthur and his men are doing such a good job—a history-making job. If you are 18 to 34 inclusive (17 with parent*' eonient),-visit your nearp'.t U. S. Army Recruiting Station immediatelyl U. R. AEIRIY KKCRUITINtt OFFICE Si'coml Floor — City Hull Dirty, clogged cooling systems arc costly. Don't take risks! We're truck cooling system experts. * Fact is we're experts oh nil pluiscs of truck service and preventive iniiiiueniuice— high standard International Truck Service and Maintenance. We use International factory-engineered parts. So bring your trucks in — whatever they need. Even better, let us set up a regular schedule of inspection and service for you. That's the Hire way to the men's division, led bv top- seeded Jack Kramer of Los Angeles, and five in the women's, including the first four seeds. (Beside the Todd-fEIHs match, third-seeded Doris Hart of Miami will play Mrs. W. C. J. Halford of England. LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Walnut & Railroad Phone 578 New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Box Open; Week Days 7:M p.m. Wednesday and Thursday "CALENDAR GIRL" with Jane Fr;izcc Selected Shorts CAUTION! Hot Weather Ahead . . Wrist, pocket and fob watches are restored lo beauty and usefulness with our fine vejviii- service. The finest replacement parts used, and reasonable prices charged for depyu- able workmanship. You get the finished product when we promise it—no delays. 7 DAY SERVICE Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main at Second Phone 3231 Open at 1:00 p.m.; Starts 7:30 p.m. Wednesday & Thursday "Masquerade in Mexico' with Arturo I)t Cordova, Dorolny I,nmn« Fox Movietone News Aim Shorts Is Your Car READY? tell us when to expect your trucks^ ' DELTA 312 South 2nd INTERNATIONAL Truc/,>> Aiitgmobilcff get ovorhnitcd, too, when llicy IMC'K rj\rn. Ami lb;tt'.s what costs you money! Forestall trouble, drive into our DODGK-APPROVRI) shop for a complete mechanical checkup. There's no obligation and if trouble is found . . . il will be pointed out on the spot. Try our quick, efficient service with confidence in men wlio know their job! Guff Gas Wrecker Service Fisk Tires Owned and Operated by Tom A. LittU Jr. J18.W. 11HT IN THE MISSISSIPPI COUNT V CHANCKKY COIIIIT, Bl VTHKVILUC mSTKICT ' > Slate of Arkansas. Plaintiff-*-'' vs. No. 10,0!)l (I8!:i Tux Suit) -•.-.'j ;| ."> Iliuiumit lands in UlylhcvlHc District, Mississippi County forfeited for ' non-payment of taxes and sold to Ihe State of Arkansas. ...Defendants ! NO TICK -.,"'' Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to Act N6j 119 of the General • Assembly of the State of Arkansas, of 193S, and amendments thereto t here lias been (lied In the office of the Clerk of Blythuville District MIS-'• isslnpi County Chiinecvy Court Iho Complaint of the State of Arkansas '•*• o (inlet ami coiiflrin In said state and /or redeemers, purchasers, donee* assigns, the title lo certain lands mentioned In said Complaint-and 1 '* ylng in the County of Hlythcville District, Mississippi, and State of- At- iinsris. •:.',". All persons who can set up any right to the lands so forfeited arid.: Bold arc hereby warned to appear In the Ulythcvllle District, Mississippi-' :ounly Chancery Court at the September, 1047 Term.-after the yublUSK 1 - tlon of this notice, to-wlt on the '22 day of September, 1947, and''show • cause. If any there be, why Ihe title to saltl forfeited lands should riot ; lje' confirmed, quieted and vested In Ihe State of Arkansas and'or redeem- crs, purchasers, donees and assigns In fee simple forever. ' ' .•- . The description of said lands and the names of the persons, firm c*' corporation last .paying taxes thereon are ns follows: . V" Person, Firm or Corp. ' '" ' I Payhv! Taxes Part of , Tax Penally' Thereon • Section Section Arsa and -Oast- TOVVNSIIIl' 15 NOUT1I—RANGK 8 KAST Claud Barnes ...K'i NW'i NE',i n '20.QO TowNsnir ir; NUKTII—KANUE n EAST C. T. Orr NEU ' 12 ' 160.00 W. A. Ilutton 1 HC. sq. SE cor. 1.01 :i NW'I NE1! 31 100 TOWNSIIH' 1C. NORTH—UAMIE 10 EAST harles T. Orr NElj SK<', 30 4000 TOWNSHIP 15 NflKTII—KANGE 11 EAST' Columbus Ort.ves W. 50' E. 250' N. ISO' Lot 24 SEK - 17 Lot TOWN LOTS—MISSISSIPPI COUNTY fprson, Firm or Corp. Ijist Paying Taxes Thereon Lot Block TOWN OF BLVTIIKVII.I.E ALLISON ADDITION TO BI.YTIIEVILI.E I.lllle Sawyer s 1 A. Harber 3 g A. Harber ; .. 4 3 BlIGO ADDITION TO BLYTIIEVII.I.E K. E. Hawkins 2 10 M. L. Morris , 7 13" M. L. Morris 8 13' CHICAGO MII.I. * LBIC. CO. REVISED PLAT NJ4 BtK. 5-g Zn*, , ' Mrs. Chas. Harrington 7 ' 6 1JO GREENWOOD ADDITION TO BI.YTHKVn.LK Unknown . i i Lift: Unknown n 1 Unknown . 20 1 Uriknown ...21 i HOLI.IPETEli-SlIONYO ADDITION TO.BLYTIIGVfl.LK ,J. W. Floyd 3 6 .1. W. OWENS ADDITION TO BI.YTHEVILLE Bob Small 3 WEST EM) ADDITION TO BLYTHEVII.l.K Unknown 23 2 Unknown 24 . 2 TOWN OF I.EACHVILI.F. SMITH ADDITION TO LEACHVII.LE Luna B. Wtlhclm 21 o Luna B. Wllhclm •. 22 O Witness my hand and seal this the 31sl day of May,-iM7< . (Seal) HARVEY MORRIS, Chanterj Guy E. Williams, Altornoy General Carl Langston, Assistant Attorney General. Tax, '• and Coat -•ftt uo .»*.

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