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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE'(ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY Chicks in Monticello Tonight; Play at Marianna Saturday Tribe to Test Mettle Against District 8 Power dette's Blytheville's once- beaten Chickasaws test their mettle against central and south Arkansas cage powers this weekend when they invade Monticello and Marianna. Coach Jimmy Fisher's Chicks go against the strong Monticello High School team in Monticello tonight in their first appearance in the, southern-half of the state in sev-! eral years. Then, tomorrow night on their way home, they will stop in Marianna for a contest with Marianna's Porcupines. Left Yesterday Coach Fisher and his ID-man squad left by automobiles yester- _.._ _.._,. day at noon for Monticello after: Texas Christian earlier this week, running through a lengthy work-' W ould gain an 8-8 standing for the Paps, Chick Bees Play Burdette Tonight After Wins Over Dyess The Chickasaw B team and the junior Papooses, fresh from a surprisng double vie. tory over Dyess teams, entertain teams from Burdette tonight at the Haley Field Gymnas- The doubleheader is slated to begin at 7 p. m. with the Paps' B team playing Bur:'s juniors. In the nightcap, the Chick Bees go against^Burdette's A team. Rice, Baylor Tangle In Lone SWC Contest By JOE BENHAM The Associated Press Rice Institute seeks a, .500 percentage in season play and surer footing in the Southwest Confrence race Friday night as the Owls take on Baylor at Waco. The Owls, upset victors over out Wednesday afternoon. The Chicks have been working all week on sharpening up their offense for this weekend's jnnut into strange territory. Disappointed over their showing against Rector in their last outing Coach Fisher had his squad spend considerable time on shooting and ball handling in an attempt to have them in fine form when they go against Monticello tonight. Top Opponent In Monticello the Chicks will be meeting one of the top teams of south and central Arkansas. Monticello is a perennial powerhouse in that area and two years ago polished off the Chicks in the semifinals of the state tournament. However the Chicks gained revenge lor that beating last year when they Whipped Monticello in a game played here. Following Hie Monticello and Marianna games, the Chicks go to Paragould next week to take part in Paragould's Invitational tournament. They return home Jan. 28 to do battle with Tech. Greene County year and a 4-2 mark in championship play with a victory over the Bears . The teams meet tonight in a fight for third place, Baylor with 2-1 mark and Rice with a 3-2 the first confer- standing. The action is ence since Tuesday night. Texas A&M beat Louisiana State 58-47 Thursday night in a non-conference clash. Little Trouble The Aggies had little trouble in notching their second non-conference triumph and fourth of the year. A&M pulled ahead to stay on a one-hander by center George Mehaffey five minutes deep after Bill Brophy's two free throws erased an early LSU lead. Brophy's n points and Mehaffey's 16 led the Aggies. Lou Sigler was LSU's top man with 23 points. Play TCU Saturday A & M scored well against a varied LSU defense that started with a zone but switched to man- to-man when the Aggie* hit steadi- Ruby Changes Mind About Hogs' Line Job FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — The University of Ar. Kansas Razorbacks are looking for a line coach today, after Martin Ruby decided to sign with Tulsa University. Tt was announced earlier 4 SeMo Teams Play Tonight Caruthersville Meets Hayti in Twin-Bill By SONNY SANDERS CARUTHERSVILLE — Four basketball A games will be played by Femiscot County teams tonight. Three of those games will be played in the county. Caruthersville's Tigers, after coming out of a slump to win their last two games, will journey to Hayti for an A and B double header. The Indians have had a gooc' season thus far. The Steele Bulldogs will play host to Braggodocio's Eagles. There will be an A and B twin bill at Steele. Warden's Cardinals will go Holland for the other A game the county. Bragg- City's Indians, the county's top team, will travel to Hoi comb. Mo., for a cage battle. Derring's cagers will play host to Armorel, Ark., for a junior high game. Cooler will be the only county team completely inactive tonight. ly from outside. The Aggies connected on 40 per cent of their field goal .tries while LSU hit 18 per cent. A&M's biggest lead was 45-21 with 11:43 left. The defeat left the Tigers record 3-10 for the year. A&M gets back into conference play Saturday night, playing host to Texas Christian at College Station. cam- a 10- this week' thut Ruby, 34-year-old veteran of Canadian professional football, would join Jack Mitchell as Razorback line coach. Mitchell was named Arkansas head coach a week ago, succeeding Bowden Wyatt who rc.signed two weeks ago to move to his alma mater, (he University of Tennessee. Ruby's acceptance of the Tulsa post was announced yesterday by Head Coach Bobby Dobbs. No Comment Arkansas Athletic Director John Banihill declined to comment on Ruby's change of mind, other than to say Arkansas "has lines out" for another assistant. Mitchell is in Wichita preparing to move his family to Fayetteville. He is due back in Fayetteville Saturday, Barnhill said. Arkansas assistants include two who came from Wichita Univer- sily with Mitchell. George Bernhardt and Bill Pace, and two Arkansas holdovers, George Cole and Tracy Scott. Beau Jack Starts Comeback on Victorious Note COLUMBIA, S. C., I/PI —Showing little of the whirlwind style of attack that brought him the World Lightweight championship (New York version) 12 years ago, Beau Jack opened his comeback paign here last night with round unanimous decision over Eddie Green. In contrast to his old swarming style, Jack, now 33. fought flatfooted most of the way. He won the nod from Referee Ray Moore 97-95. Judge Ben Harper scored .it 99-95 and Judge Dom Pusci 9893. The Beau weighed 159 to 141 for the 27-year-old Green. Neither was in trouble although in the latter rounds Beau landed several stinting left hooks. The little Negro, a former shoeshine boy and caddy from Augusta, Ga. Showed traces of his old style while infighting 1 , but Green, fighting out of Kannapolis. N. C., tied him up before Jack couid do any real damage. Jack's last fight in the big time was in May, 1951. when Gil Turner stopped him. Beau has had trouble with his left knee. He favored it some against Green, but otherwise appeared in good shape Basilio Fights Mueller Tonight The Chick Bees and Paps put on masterful second half rallies last night to overcome Dyess' B team and juniors in two of the best ?ames that have been played at the Haley Field Gym this year. In the first game, Coach Bill Stancil's fast breaking Papooses turned in their best performance of the year as they whipped the high flying junior Eagles 67-53. B Team Wins In the nightcap Blytheville's unbeaten B team had to rally in the last quarter In order to protect their perfect record by a 63-61 count. Both games were corkers. The juniors, led by the smooth shooting and general floor play of their piv- otman Bill Wyatt, were in front most of the way. Wyatt. who hit 29 points from the pivot hole, paced the Paps to a strong finish that saw them outclass the junior Eagles, a team that defeated them 40 points in a previous meeting. The Paps got off to an early lead with forward Charlie Coalter fast breaking two straight field goals. That lour points was Just about the margin throughout the first quarter and then the Paps started .dding to their lead steadily. Dyess rallied strongly in the third period but Blytheville's lead was too much to overtake. Then the Paps put on a fine finish to wrap up the victory. Rally Pays Off The Dyess team, which appeared dead on its feet, was led by Goodman with 13 points. Right behind was Denton with 10. Moore meshed 14 points for Paps to gain runner-up honors in the scoring department. The Chick Bees had to. come from behind in the fourth quarter to get their sixth straight win. Dyess took command of the game midway in the first quarter and built up a 30-25 halftime margin. The Eagle reserves came back strong in the- third period and increased their lead to eleven points before the Chicks finally caught fire. Billy Daniels, Blytheville's rangy forward, had trouble finding the backet in the first half but he made up for it in (lie second. Daniels scored 19 points in the last two quarters to pace Blytheville's victory surge. He had a total of 22 for the night for high point honors. Guard Tommy Slayton came in for a good sized share of the work, too. with 11 points before he fouled out in the fourth. For Dyess. James and B. Jewell were high with 13 and 10 points, respectively. Junior • Came UE AT SEA Gloria Mosolino, aboard the Queen of the Show simulates pouring coffee to other models "drifting" by in a dinghy at ?he National Motor Boat Show. Queen of the Show a 51-footer worth 51,00.000. looks like an ocean ^"compared to the tender The show runs through Jan. 23 at the Kmgsbndge Armory in The Bronx. N Y. (NEA) VYes Santee to Try His Luck At Indoor Running Tonight PHILADELPHIA lift—Vies Santee takes to the boards for the first lime this season in the 1955 Philadelphia Inquirer Games at Convention Hall tonight and the world's ranking active mller thinks he'll do all right. "I think the winner of the race (although he didn't say he'd win) will run pretty close to the world (indoor) record and probably will, top it if conditions are right," he said. "Due for Good Night" '•This is my first time on the boards this season and I've never run on the boards here before," he continued. "But I'll see what happens. I think I'm due for a good ight one of these days." Gil Dodds' world indoor mark of 4:05.3, set in 1948, figures to get a good test from Santee, who in turn figures to have all he can handle in Denmark's Gunnar Neilsen and' Belfast's Vic Milligan. Neilsen wop the mile event in the Boston K of C games last Saturday night in 4:07.9 and has said he's confident he can set a new world's mark before the indoor season ends. Another in Danger Another world mark is endangered in the 600-yard dash with Villanova's Charley Jenkins figured the winner. Jenkins was a half second off the world's record in the Boston meet. Andy Standfield and Rod Perry will battle it out in the sprints and Harrison (Bones) Dillard and Charley Pratt go at it in the hurdles. Other outstanding entries include Olympic winner Horace Ashenfelter in the two-mile; Army Pvt. Herman Wyatt, who leaped 6-10 in the high jump at Boston: and the Rev. Bob Richards and Don Laz in the pole vault. During sprnig training the Milwaukee Braves will meet the Brooklyn Dodgers 11 times. Jim Davis, Chicago Cub pitoher works for a San Francisco furniture store during the off-season. Dressen in Queer; Surroundings as Washington Pilot By JOE RKICHLER NEW YORK (AP) — During his three-year reign_* Brooklyn, Charlie Dressen was blessed with a club that h«4,, great power, brilliant defense but poor pitching. In Washing, ton, the little skipper finds the situation exactly the opposit*. The pre-season dope on the sen-* ators is that they are a good-pitch, no-hit, no-field club. The "no-hit, no-field" lag may be discarded, by the time the regular season 'gets under way since all but four of the 16 rookie* in the Senators training oamp next spring will be either infieldew or outfielders. One newcomer who will find * regular position waiting for him is Bobby Kline. The shortstop job is his if he can hold it. Dressen also has stated that Pete Runnels, last year's regular shortstop, will be switched to second base. Acquired in Draft Kline was acquired via the draft from Birmingham where he batted .319 and field well to earn the Southern League's All-Star berth. Carlos Paula, a 6-3, 200-pounder appears a fair bet to win an outfield berth. Amazingly fast for a big fellow, Paula .may become the first negro to make It as a regular On the Washington club. He Was in ' camp last spring and showed lots of power but he went after too many bad pitches. The returns with a ".309 bating average at Charlotte including 14 homers and 83 RBI. He is 26. i Another interesting newcomer is first baseman Jesse Levan. currently playing in the Colombian League where he is hitting around 330. A big lefthanded hitter, Levan is being counted on to stick as a pinch hitter. Counted On Levan is 26. He had a brief trial with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1947 and in two games hit .444. A- couple of Cubans—Julio Be cquer and Juan Delis—will vie for the shortstop and first base Jobs. Becquer, 22, Is a fancy fielding first baseman who batted .260 at Havana. Delis, 27, had the same mark with that club but batted in 39 runs to Becquer's 51. Bolt in Lead At San Diego • T«mp*ituow« Tommy Holds Srrok* Edge With 8-Und«r 64 SAN DIEGO, Calif. Ml—Tempestuous Tommy Bolt of Texas led the way into the second round of the 115,000 San Diego Open dolt" Tournament today on the heels of a remarkable, round of 29-35-64-' over the (lat. windy ''Ission Valley Country Club course. Par is 36-3J; 72. The journey toward the »2,«0 top money remained hazardous,.. however, for the 34-year-old Hou-; ston professional, who banged out' seven straight birdies from:, (he f opening green on yesterday. •-•>..• q .Stranger Second One shot back was a. stranger to headlines, Paul McQuire 'of Wichita, Kan. This 26-year-old pro could be tough, and his score of 31-34-65 was remarkable in vie« ol his comparative inexperience in tournament play. '""•• : Four strokes back of Bolt were; Art Wall, Doug Ford, Bud Holscher. Shelley Mayfleld and Henry Williams. The pretournament choice, Gon« Lltller, had a 36-33-69. He Wai 1 grouped with eight others, notably National Open king Ed Furgol.- Johnny Palmer and Canada's Stin Leonard. Gene Conley of the Milwaukee Braves defeated the Brooklyn Dodgers five times during 1854. Two of the victories were shutouts.. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF .MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS (BlythEville District) STATE OF ARKANSAS PlainUfl vs No 12875 (1946, 1917 & 1948 Forfeitures) DELINQUENT LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFF.ITED FOR NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES AND SOLD TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Defendants NOTICE Notice is hereby given thai, pursuant to Act 119, Ark. Acts of 1935. and amendments thereto, there has been filed in the office of the Clerk of Mississippi County Chancery Court the Complaint of the State of Arkansas to quiet and confirm in said State and'or redeemers, purchasers, donees and assigns, the title to certain lands mentioned in said Complaint and lying in the county of Mississippi, State of Arkansas. All persons who can set up any right to the lands so forfeited and sold are hereby warned to appear in the Mississippi County Chancery Court at the May, 1955 Term, after the publication of this notice, to-wit, on the 23rd day of May, 1955. and show cause, if any there be, why the title to said forfeited lands should not be confirmed, quieted and vested in the State of Arkansas and/or redeemers, purchasers, donees and as- Unknown 2 Viola King ' Unknown Unknown Unknown Emma Lee RobWm Robert Simj Lude Ashabranner .. Lude Ashabranner .. Oble Asliabranner Oble Ashabranner U 12 1 Larry 5lh. Addition 7 Wilson 1st. Addition 7 TOWN OF MANILA Original Survey 1 5-6 2 Wllliford-Garrlson Addition Nellie Mae McOraw..E 50' W 300' N 316' 1 •1.11 1.78 1.78 1.78 1.71 l.OS 8.11 7.09 1.02 13.11 LIST OF STATE LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY HLYTHEVILLE DISTRICT FORFEITED FOR 1948 TAXES Person, Firm or Corp. Part of Section Blytheville Coalter (4) Duncan (8) SYRACUSE, N. Y. (/Pi — Carmen Basilio gambles on a tentative April w ,. att ,29, 1 title shot with welterweight champ Johnny Saxton tonight when he boxes Peter Mueller, sturdy German middleweight, in a 10-round match at War Memorial Auditorium. A « u T I C E IK THE PROBATE COURT OF CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE THE ESTATE OF No. ?&? Mrs. Ruth Riggins, deceased. Last known address of decedent: Blytheville. Arkansas. Date of death: January 5, 1955. An instrument dated April 25, 1952, was on the 13th day of January, 1955, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, -and the undersigned has • been appointed administrator with will annexed thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition During the 1943-44 season, Domi nic Scruci of Philadelphia bowled a 618 series for five consecutive weeks in the same league. Michigan State gymnastic coach j George Szypula was the National | AAU tumbling champion from 1946 ' through 1943. within the time provided by law. All persons, having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly veniied. to the undersigned within six months Irom the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred nnd precluded from-any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 14th clay of January, 1955. JAMES TERRY, Administrator P. O. Box No. 289 Blytheville, Arkansas. Marcus Evrard. Attorney for Administrator. 1/14-21 FOB. Dyess .F.. (7) Burlison .F. (13) Goodman (5) Cash (21 Jones (5) Bailey ..C.. ..G.. ..G.. Bratcher Moore (14 Substitutions: Dyess —Ingle (2), Demon (10i, McVay. Taff, Lewellen (10). Blytheville—Williford (4). B Game Pos. .F... Bljthcville Holt (9) .... Daniels (22) Thomas (5i .sellout crowd of 8,700 and a gross gate of $40,000 are expected. Syracuse will be blacked out on television. Otherwise the show gets the usual network radio-TV (NBC) treatment, starting at 10 p.m. Basilio is a solid 14 to 5 favorite to make the "Clown of Cologne' jump through the hoops, unbeaten since he lost a disputed split decision (o Kid Gavllan in a title fight, Sevt. 18. 1953. Basilio is a vastly improved boxer. within said township. That the poll- NOTICE OF SPECIAL LOCAL ing place for said election will be OPTION ELECTION IN BOWEN in the building known as R. D. TOWNSHIP i Hughes Gin Company. Notice is hereby given, that by i I, William Berryman, Sheriff for order of the County Court, a spec-j Mississippi County. Arkansas, do, Substitutions '2i, Linton '8> P. Jewell (2 ! >. <n, HonevcutL ( Dress McVary ,.F (It Harris , .C— (13) James .G — '81 Hendon .O.. 1101 B.Jewell Dyess — Johnson Barnes 181, Rainor, BIythcviile—White Whitsel (1). signs in fee simple forever. j Last Paying Taxes Tnerson Section Section Are* The description, of said lands and the names of the persons, firm] Township 14 North. Ranje 11 East ' or corporation last paying taxes thereon are as follows: LIST OF STATE LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOR 1946 TAXES BLYTHEVILLE DISTRICT Person. Firm or. Corp. Part of Tax. Penalty Last Paying Taxes Thereon Section Section Area and Cost Township 14 North - Range 8 East Unknown E'/ SWH SW'i 34 20.00 $10.12 Township 15 North - Range II East .Callie Hawthorne . S. 153' E. 506' Ex. N. 50' E. 150' Lot 25 SE'<, Joe Caradine Lot 3 N's NE'i Person Firm or Corp. Tax, Penalty Last, Paying Taxes Lot Block and Cost iai election will be held in Bowen Township. Mississippi County, Ar- knnsas, on Tuesday, February 1. 1955. between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. for the purpose of determination by the qualified electors of said township whether or not license shall be granted for the manufacture or sale, or the bartering',, loaning or giving away intoxicating liquor by the authority vested in me, heveby proclaim February 1, 1955, to be the date for said election in Bowcn Township. Mississippi County, Arkansas, for the purpose as above stated. This notice is dated 19th day of January, 1955. WILLIAM BERRYMAN. Sheriff Mississippi County, Arkansas By H. R. AIKEN, D. S. PRESCRIPTIONS QiUed Puwttt Hi-Way Drug Main & Division Ph. 2-2019 Hoar*: I «.m. to 9 p.m. FREE DELIVERY Strvlc« with Im Crr«m Stewart's Drug Main A Lake I'h. 2-2822 Hours: 8 a.m. to ID p.m. • Dependable Service LicenMcd Pharmacist At Bolh Slores NQTKE TRUCKS - TRUCKS - TRUCKS "A UCKNSE FEE of $5.00 per annum is hsreliy levied upon each motor vehicle operating for hire or profit on the street of the City, regardless of whether the owners or operators live or reside in said City or elsewhere." (Excerpt from Ordinance No. -129 of the Ordinances of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas.) All License Fees shall be due and payable during the month of January of each year. TO AVOID PENALTY — PROCURE YOUR TRUCK TAGS PRIOR TO MIDNIGHT JANUARY 31. CITY of BLYTHEVILLE 17 21 Lot Lot CITY OF BI.YTHEVILLE Allison Addition Cecil & Anna Cora Home 3 Caruthers Williams 7 Lucy Bobbitt Jane McGarrity Unknown . Unknown Unknown ...... Brawiey Addition 23 14 26 : 13 Ed B. Cook Addition Joe & Beulah 'Ray-ford 13 Joe & Beulah Rayford 14 Joe & Beulah Rayford 15 Joe & Beulah Rayford 16 John & Ollie Brown ,19 Davis Third Addition C. C. Thompson O. Shonyo Essie L. Reagan . Arthur Steele ... $10.58 8.07 30.61 1.54 30.65 13 1 1.81 1.54 1.54 1.81 15.60 10.58 1.54 Holllpeter-Shonyo Addition .................... 16 Irres. Lot 9-15-11 W. 138V Lot 16 SE'i Larry Flrsl Addition ..... '; .............. 25 Larry Fifth Addition James Buford ......................... 8 - J. W. Owen Addition Earl & Alice Crcnshaw ................ 15 Edwin Robinson Addition Zilmon Whita ................ , ....... ,. 2 Bunnyside Addition Jas. & Alice Ford ..... , ............... 1 Wilson First Addition Unknown ............................ 17 LIST OF STATE LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COL'NTT FORFEITED FOR 1317 TAXES BLYTIIEVILLE DISTRICT Person, Firm or Corp, Part of Tax, Penalty Last Paying Taxes Thereon Section Section Area and Cost Township 15 Norlh, Kangc !) East Unknown ................. Lot 15 NW NW 31 Township 14 North, Range 13 Kait Laura Palmer ............... Lot.s 1 -2 NE 7 TOWN LOTS Person, Finn or Corp. Last Paying Taxes Thereon Lot Block TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE Original Survey Unknown ..................... w 3V :» Brawlcy Addition Mary Wells .......... ................. 8 1 P. R. FYlcse .................... N 37';' 16 3 F.. M. llryan Addition Leo Swift .................. •: ......... 3-4 •! H»«lcell Graham ........... W!, 5 & all 4 5 J. C. Crlner Suh. Unknown ........................... 3 Hnlllprtcr 2nd, Addition Unknown , . ......................... ' ; 1 Unknown ............................ 30 3 v, 5.00 14.03 1 3.55 3.55 Monroe Le« N<, NW NW 12 : TOWN LOTS Person, Firm or Corp. Last Paying Taxes Thereon Lot - Block TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE Sam Barnes Subdivision 16 Birron - LIU; Addition 15 C 16 C Brawley Addition 18 1 RolUndalt Addition 1-2 E E>, j E Hollipeter Second Addition 29 3 13 5 Hollipeter - Shonro Addition Floyd S. Austin Leonard Taylor , Leonard Taylor , Mary Lena Todd Jesse B. Smith .. Jefi&e B. Smith .. Unknown Susan Moore ... M. C. Median Nancy & Henry I,. Jones 10 I.arrj First Addition 10 Truelove Duncan ... Johnnie B. Johnsoo Marvin L. Merrltt Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 1 Unknown Larry Third Addition 22 Larrr fourth Addition 7 Maybelle Subdivision 7 Wilson First Addition 3 10 11 1J 13 14 U 18 1 7 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown , 1 3 5 18 15 . 28 , II 12 21 8 Wilson Third Addition D I Unknown Tax, Penalty Unknown and Cost Unknown Unknown Unknown 4.56 1.14 19 1 3 I M 1 TOWN OF I.EACIIVIU.r. HUTM Addition 11 TOWN OF MANILA Tax, Psnaltr and Cost I S.I4 Tax, Penalty and Cost I l.«5 10.03 12,03 10.92 • -1.35 3.15 3.15 US .it 3.15 3.15 •3.1J 2.15 2.15 3.15 2.1J5 "3.15 2.15 ,.,3:» 2.15 ' 3.15 2.15 • 115 " 3.15 .,2.15 • 2.15 .2.15 '3.15 "1.15 '.".'a.is 3.15 • 2.95 • 2.95 •' 3.95 • 2.»6 ' 5.9J J.95 2.95 3.M 3.M i 3.0$ .1.4* 2.28: Clia rlcs E. Crowe , !\ 3 8.84 1.14 Writ End Addition J. W. Dunn « Wltnesi m; hand and M«l thii th« 11 day of D*mmMr, 1N4. 4.1* 4.M OERALDINI LISTON CTmncerjr O«*. 1. '""•Try. A'lovn;.v C:neral. 1.7UIJUHN SHAMBUHOER, Assbt«nt Attorney Oenertl.

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