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PACK SIX BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1954 Navy, Ohio State, Georgia Tech And Duke Are Bowl Favorites »*** **** Big Games Tomorrow Are on TV By RIP WATSON The Associated Press Navy Ohio State, Georgia Tech and Duke held the favorites roles today as the teams ans made final preparations for tomorrow's annual New Year's Day carnival of football . as an optimistic word from the various coaches, bill no one had eing any of the big classics, for all of the big ones will be avail and fans bowl games-. Tickets were as scarce to worry too much about seeing any jble on television. Navy, making its first bowl ap- UCLA whacked Southern Cal 34-0 during the .season. Even .so. Coach pearance in 30 years before a expected crowd of 82.000, was tlic thirinest sort of favorite, thanks to a wave of injuries hi the fmnl week Woody Kayos of Ohio State declines comment on the outcome. His team will be favored by of training. The Middies (7-2-0>. Miami's Orange Bowl, where 68, ' points aRnirut the Trojans before . ranked fourth in the Associated Press' final poll of the season, meet Mississippi's sixth - ranked Rebels (9-1-0) In tho Sugar Bowl at New Orleans. It's the only game Involving two of the top 10 learns. Mississippi won the Southeastern Conference title, while Navy was awarded the Lamhert Trophy as the best team in the East. The Rose Bowl can boast the Mo. 1 team in the nation In Ohio State (9-0-0, but a Paciclc Coast Conference rule prevented a "dream game" — Ohio State vs. UCLA, No. 2. Because they appeared in the bowl last year, the Uclans are ineligible this year, so Southern California (8-3-0) furnish the opposition. * ¥ will a crowd of 100,300. Trch Slight Choice Duke (7-2-1 j is a choice over Nebraska tSli-point 10-4-0 1 in Miami's Orange Bowl, where 08, 000 are expected despite the totiil of .six defeats and one tie on the two teams 'records. Georgia Tech (7-3-0), a virtually perennial bowl U-j\m, is n slight choice over Arkansas (8-2-0) In Dallas' Cotton Bowl. A capacity crowd of 75,504 Ls expected to see if All America guard Bub Brooks and his m riles can recover the winning formula that carried Ar* Kansas to the Southwest Conference title. Some 00,000 are expected at the East-West game In Sun Francisco Gator Howl Today The Gator Bowl gets the jump on the other bowls today with Auburn (7-3-0 favored over Bayloi (7-3-0 before 34,000 at Jacksonville, Fla. The rest of the bowl progran tomorrow: Sun Bqwl at El Paso, Tex. Texas Western 17-3-0) vs. Florida State (8-3-0). Tangerine Bowl at Orlando, Pla (night)—Omaha University (9-0-0) vs. Eastern Kentucky (8-1-0). Salad Bowl at Phoenix, Ariz. — Skyline Conference all-stars vs. Border Conference all-stars. Prairie Bowl at Houston—Prairie View College (8-0-1) vs. Texas Southern (3-2-3), Shrimp Bowl at Galveston, Tex —Ft. Ord, Calif. (11-1-1) vs. Ft. Hood, Tex. (10-3), • * * Odds Favor Tech but Most Writers Pick Porks to Win By HAROLD V. RATLIFF DALLAS (AP) — Everybody was agreed today that the Cotton Bowl football game be- tweefl Arkansas and Georgia Tech will be so dose a bounce of the ball may decide it. Even the coaches figured it would be a tight one although each was picking the other to win. The sports writers, however, were not so cautious. Arkansas wu selected by nine of sixteen asked for a prediction. Among those taking Arkansas was Walter Stewart, sports editor of the Memphis Commercial Appeal, who saw both beams play during the season. "J think It will be close but Arkansas will win It," he said. Stewart joined a flock of Texas writer* picking Arkansas but there also were some Texans who thought Georgia Tech would come through. Among them was Bill Rives, sports editor of the Dallas Newn, who chose Tech by six points. Weatherman Helps The Arkansas and Georgia Tech aquads both arrived here yesterday and held workouts. Both coaches were delighted with the weather conditions. Bad weather has cut out much work for both of them at the home bases. But Arkansas was In tip - top shape for the game, without a single injury or sniffle, while Georgia Tech was able to have all Its men in uniform for (he first time yesterday. Flu and Injuries have handicapped the Tech workouts but the squad is now free of illness and the injuries have healed sufficiently to Insure all Yellow Jackets being able to play in the game, Saturday. Coach Bobby Dodd, how- j ever, reminded that they can't be In top physical condition due to the Inactivity, 3 to 6 Points The odds flucatuated from three to six points on Georgia Tech and Coach Bowden Wyatt of Arkansas About 26,000 Arkansans — the larg- The Raxorbacks were held to a est out-of-state delegation In the history of the Cotton Bowl — are expected to attend. In contrast, only about 8,000 Georgia Tech followers will be here. There's it general belief among the experts in Dallas that Arkansas will win because It Is football "hungry". They believe the Razorbacks' determination to triumph as a climax to their first -successful season in eight years will overcome Georgia Tech's tradition of bowl victories. Tech, under Dodd's direction, never has lost a bowl game, and hus u streak of five straight bowl triumphs. Incidentally, Arkansas never hns lost a bowl game either. scoreless tie by Louisiana Stnte In the 1047 Cotton Bowl, and defeated William and Mary In the 1948 Dixie Bowl, 21-19. Starting: lineups (Kickoff 1 p.m. CST : Georgia Tech Durham Vereen (P. Brooks Morris Fulcher Anderson Hair Mitchell Rotenberry Monger Humphreys Arkansas LE Souter LT LG Bradford Roberts C Ford RG B.Brooks RT Roth RK McFnddcn QB Carpenter LH Walker RH Thomason FB Moore Here's How the Writers Voted DALLAS i/P) — Nine of 16 sports writers iiskt'd for their opinion on (.hi 1 outrnme nf the Cotton Bowl Clinic here offered a slight edge for Arkansas over Georgia Tech. Sports writers' predictions on the game: Tom Siler, Knoxville News- Sentinel; Tech 20, Arkansas 14— 1953 Cotton Bowl 'Goat' to Play in Another Bowl FT. JACKSON. S. C., \^— The , .. . Alabama player who impulsively said he figured that WHS about | nishcd ofl thp ficl(| from , hfl sWp _ right. But he said wistfully as he j ]j nps ll]1(t wound up a 2-hour practice session i i Kr ,'. U ] jjj,-, t nek led Halfback for his squad yesterday, "I sure ! CnUfm Hmv , foolhl , n Krtmp Wltl be would like to win this one for the SLl(m ln nno(nor New Yrar - a \ ww] Southwest Conference." Wyatt said he expects Arkansas Rnmc tomorrow. Tommv 1-ewis rocketed to unique MI play a good same against Ceor-! famp wnh , ]:Mh _ 1Kiin . nn _ flf ,) d gia Tech but the Razorback cotich : (licku , o{ Djck |( , , th(1 , ;i[ _ steered far away from predicting-.,. . ,.,, )nnu ,, ' „ ,.,„„„_ : UT broke IOOM* oil a long tnnch- clo\vu run. Now mi Armv rorpn:-;il. Lewis will nine guys who are down the -sired , , rmu , nw : for Ft- i)ll( . k , on .. s could, predict it just as well -- T the outcome of the content. "Either one of you or the next Tech plays well anytime it hns to; Alf Van Hoose, Birmingham News: Tech 21. Arkansas 7; Charles Burton, Dallas News: Tech by three points. Blnckle Slierrod, Fort Worth Press; Georgia Tech 21. Arka lisas 10; Louis Cox, Dallas Times Herald: Arkansas 21. Tech 14; Ed Pi to, United Press: Arkansas 20, Tech H; Len Siifflr, Internntlonni Newi Service: Arkansas by one touchdown; Jack Kendy, Arkansas Democrat, Little Rock; Arkansas 1-J, Tech 7; Jerc R .Hayes, sports director Dallas Times Herald: Arkansas by seven points; Ray Stephens. Associated Press, Little Rock: Arkansas by six points; Harold V. RatLlff. Associated Press. Dallas: Ai'kansas 14, Georgia Tech 7; Ed Dantorth, Atlanta Journal: Tech 21. Arkansas H; Orville Henry. Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock: Arkansas :X). Georgia Tech 13; Furinan Blsh- er, Atlanta Constitution: Tech by seven points. Finals Tonight In Kennett Meet Kennett and Clarkton Boys Clash for Tourney Crown KENNETT, Mo. — The Kennett and Clarkton boys and Hornersville and Carruth girls clash here tonight in Hie championship games of Kenentt's Invitational basketball tournament. These four teams advanced Into the finals yesterday and last night by winning their semi-final contests. The championship round of the tournament gets .started this afternoon with the consolation games. In these games Warden's boys are slated to meet Car ruth and Hoi- comb's girls will play Arbyrd. Tonight's first game is scheduled for 7:30 and it will be the girls' championship contest. , Wardcll Ucaten Activity yesterday and last night saw one tournament favorite bite the dust when Clarkton came from behind In the third quarter Lo tie up Warden nnd then go on to take a 72-70 verdict In an overtime period. Wardell lost Its shooting ace Jerry Burnett, via the foul route in the fourth quarter and that seemed to demoralize the team which had previously run rough shod over three opponents. However, Burnett > didn't leave the game without leaving his mark. He meshed 39 points before fouling out to lead the scorers. Kcnnctt Wins Kennett's silk-smooth boys had things pretty well under control all the way as they waylaid a good Carruth team 81-65 in the other boys semi-final match. Don Ridings paced Kennett scorers with 27 points while Self led Carruth with 26. Hornersville girls advanced Into 'he final round last night with a 53-40 victory over Holcomb. Jaco was high for Hornersville with 37 and Puller paced Holcomb with 30. Carruth's girls moved Into the finals yesterday afternoon by :lumping Arbyrd 68-49 In the first semi-final game of the day. Harmon led Carruth with 28 ijolnUs and Hardin paced Arbyrd with 20. UP FOR GRABS—Hot Rod Hundley, left, of West Virginia and Dick Hcmric, Wake Forest's All-America center, battle for the ball in Birmingham. The Mountaineers shaded the Deacons. 86-82. (NBA) All But Navy Ready For Sugar Bowl Flu Bug Bites Middies Hard On Eve of Annual Classic By HAROLD CLAASSEN NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Everything is in readiness for tomorrow's 21st annual Sugar Bowl football game — except the Navy team. All 80,735 r tlcket£ have been sold. The weatherman has promised cloudy skies with mild temperatures. Mississippi's Southeastern Conference title team is at hand, hale and hearty. But four Navy players — three regulars and the team's oft-injured captain — are question marks. Coach Eddie Erdelatz won't know until late today just how many of his feverish, four will be on hand for tomorrow's kickoff. Craig In Hospital Latest addition to the Navy's growing hospital list is Bob Craig, right halfback and fastest man on the team. He was taken to a Naval Station hospital yesterday with what was described as acute ton- silitis. Phil Monahan, captain and also a halfback, is wobbling about on Sports Roundup— Orange Bowl Odds Steady Duke Is Favored By Tvro Touchdowns MIAMI. Pin. UT>—The odds fnvor- iilfr Duke over Nebrnskn by two toiieliilowns remained steady today as the two football leaim went through their lust limbering-up exercises Tor tomorrow's Orange Bowl football come. Both Icnms were ill full strength. "My sqund is in Rood condition. jhyslc.nlly nnd menially," said 'oach Bill Murry of Duke's Atlnn- ,ic Con.st Conference erday's workout, but I think the Things to Remember from 1954 By JACK HAND (For Gayle Talbot NE WYORK I*—When 1954 gone, these memories will linger on: Ted Williams slumped in the rear of a station wagon, grimly clutching his left shoulder and fearing the worst while a doctor speeds him to 'a hospital for X-rays of a collarbone, broken in his first workout at the Reel Sox camp at Sarnsota, Pla. . Months -later Casey Stengel wishing they would hurry up and take the pin out of Ted's shoulder "so I can stick it into some of my Yankees." Hurricane Jackson huffing and puffing until he blew down Dan Bucceroni at the Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn and then blowing out against cute Jimmy Slade and big Nino Valdes. . . . The sour taste left after' the Johnny Saxton-Kid Gavllan welt>r title "fight" in Philadelphia. Willie Mays racing: into the next county to take Vic Wertz's long smash over hts head In the "big catch" of the World Series and eo Durocher, the boss, saying ,'I've seen Willie catch so many nothing he does even fazes me," . . . Dusty Rhodes winning the opener with a 270-foot homer that bounced back on the field to renew the old arguments about the origin of the term "Chinese homer." The boxing lesson Ezzard Charles was giving Rocky Marciano in the early rounds of their first fight until Rocky's heavy was holding up Ezzy. Ralph Guglielmi, Notre Dame's brilliant All-America quarterback staging a fine show against Penn and directing the Irish attack against Southern Methodist to' win acclaim as one of Notre Dame's best. . . Red Rolfe in his ivy-twind office at Dartmouth explaining how he'd still like to take another whack at managing in the big leagues, with the right club. Blood for Horses MIAMI iffl — Blood transfusions for ailing horses are common practice today, although it was considered a rare thing only 10 years ago. The normal transfusion a pair of injured knees. They hava benched him for all but 30 minutes during the entire season but it had -been expected he would lie in shape for Navy's first bowl game In 30 years. Two Have Injurle* Jim Royer, 211-pound tackle, and John Weaver, halfback and extra point kicker, are troubled with a hip bruise and a sore right knee, respectively. Erdelatz is doubtful if Royer will be able to play but he holds hope for the other three. All four of the situations have developed since Navy arrived at the start of the wee kto complete its conditioning. The Middie boss isn't certain just who will start with quarterback George Welsh and fullback Joseph Gattuso should the medico's report be adverse on his three ailing halfbacks. Harrison High Tournament Set For Tomorrow Harrison High School's annual invitational basketball tournament gets underway tomorrow at tho Harrison gym with 10 teams participating. The one day tournament will bring together boys and girls teams from Ripley, Term., Alamo, Term., Catron, Mo., West Memphis and Harrison. Pre-tournament activities will begin tonight with a game between two independent teams at the Harrison gym. In this game a Blytheville independent team will play a semi-pro team from Memphis. The game will be followed by a social. The Milwaukee Braves won 10 straight games on three different to sea with inept performances bombs left you wondering what for a horse is a gallon of blood. occasions during the 1954 season. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS (Blytteville District) STATE OF ARKANSAS ...................... ................. Plaintiff vs. No. 12875 (1946, 11)17 & 1918 Forfeitures) DELINQUENT LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOR NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES AND SOLD TO THE STATE OF AR- Defendants KANSAS NOTICE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Act 119, Arfc. AcLs of 1935 nnd amendments thereto, there has been tiled in the office of the Clerk ol Mississippi County Chancery Court the Complaint of the State of Arkansas, lo quiet and confirm in said State and/or redeemers, purchasers, donees and assigns, the title to certain lands mentioned in said Complaint and lyin{> 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 assign's in fee simple forever. The description of s.iicl lands and the names of the persons, firm or corporation last paying taxes thereon are as follows: LIST OF STATE LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOR 1918 TAXES HI.YTI1F.VILLE DISTRICT champions. I p crsoa pi rm or Corp. Part of Tax, Penalty 'They didn't show much pep in yes- L ast Paying Taxes Thereon .Section Section Area and Cost Township 14 North - lian.qe 8 East Joe Carndine can," he said when reporters pressed him lor a prediction. Cloudy .skies snd cold weather have been torcca-st for the game by the U.S. Weather Bureau. It had been (eared that either rain or a^ninsi .Sh;uv Air Hun 1 LJsise in tlie lirsl annual Palmetto Shrine Bowl B ame at ChurliMim. S C. Lewi:, promiM-.s that he won't re- prat Ins startling piT!orm:mce of la.-.t, Jan. 1. "You ean bet one thin;;.' tin varm weather was responsible for ,hnt." The temperature rose to a maxi- num of 80 in Miami yesterday nnd las climbed into the high 70s every day since the teums arrived. Nebraska's Coach Bill Olassford omplalned that his squad showed igns of dragging at times, but he aid "they'll be there for 60 minutes." Halfback Ron Clark, the only physical question mark In the Corn- \ Lucy ii " B1 ""husker camp, appeared to have recovered fully from :in ankl. and trainer Pa he would be a Duke. Schneider said "is as high as it orado game, wlu season's peak." Unknown E',. SW, SW 4 31 Township 1". North - Range II East Gallic Hawthorne S. 153' IS. 506' Ex. N. 50' E. 150' Lot 25 SE'i Lot 3 N'j NE', 17 21 Person Firm or Corp. Last Paying Taxes Lot. CITY 01" BI.YTIIEYII.LE Allison Aihlit'nn Anna Cora Home 3 Block 50.00 Lot 3.40 Lot 2.51 Tax, Penalty and Coat Cfcil Ciiruthers Williams S10.5B Unknown . Viola King Unknown . Unknown . Unknown . 2 3 11 J2 1 Emma Lee Robblns Larry 5th. Addition .............. 7 Wilson 1st. Addition Robert Sims .......................... 7 TOWN OF MANILA Original Survey 1 Lude Ashabranner Lude Ashabranner Oble Ashabranner Oble Ashnbrarmer 1.78 1.78 1.78 1.78 1.78 1.02 8.11 7.09 1.02 WIllford-Garrison Addition Nellie Mae McGraw..E 50' W 300' N 316' 1 12.15 LIST OF STATE LANDS IN JIISSISSIPPI COUNTY BLYTHEVILLE DISTRICT FORFEITED FOR 1348 TAXES Person, Pirm or Corp, Part of Tax, Penalty Last Paying Taxes Thereon Section Section Area and Cost Township 14 North, Range 12 East Monroe Lee N'= NW NW 12 20.00 $5.34 TOWN LOTS Person, Firm or Corp. Tax. Penalty Last Paying Taxes Thereon Lot Block and Cost TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE Sam Barnes Subdivision 16 $ 1.65 Barron - Lilly Addition 15 C 10.03 16 C 12.03 Brawley Addition 16 2 4.96 Hnllanrlale Addition 1-2 E 10.92 E' ; 3 E 1.35 HoMipeter Second Addition M 2 2.15 13 5 2.15 Hollipeter - Shonyo Addition 10 5 2.18 Floyd S. Austin .. Leonard Taylor .., Leonard Taylor .., Mary Lena Todd .. Jesse B. Smith — Jesse B. Smith Unknown 8 07 I Susan Moore 20.61 ! i M. C. McClish Blues Si-odium Gets New Name snow might fall during the game, year-old sleeky crey-rut blond full- Fans on Hand lurk said with a simile, "from now Arkansas fans started arriving on when I'm nc.t in the game. I'll be en masse at this Texas city today. : the eoole.st man on the sidelines." IN. THE CIHCI'IT COl'irr. CMICKAS.UVHA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI- I'OVNTY, .ARKANSAS Universal C.I.T. Credit Corporation, PHI. vs. No 4,73'.l Barbara Evans. Barney Payne, and Mrs. Hanu-y Payne, lifts. W A It X I N 0 0 It I) i: K Tile defendant. Barbara Avails. is hereby warned to appear in this court within 30 days anil answer. KANSAS CITY the complaint of the plaintiff. Unl-jum. home of the Kansas Clt versal C.I.T. Credit Corporation. ! leiics. has been renamed the Kan- jand upon her failure so lo do. said, sas Cily Municipal Stadium complaint will be taken as con- The action was taken by ffsscd. . ! inoi.s vot Witness m> hand as Clerk of the night. The city lias bought the stn- Circuil Court of the Chickasawba District, Mis'sissippi County. Arkansas, and the seal of said court, this 9th day of December, 1954. SEAL GERALDJNE LISTON. Clerk .... SALE—Paul Richards, seneral manager of the Baltimore Orioles, gets an emphatic "no" from his former boss, Frank Lane, " they discuss trade possibilities. The White Sox' head man looks V h*'« ju* been «sk«d to f»rl witfc CUca CuracqueL (NBA) By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. Reid & Surge, Attys. for Pltf. James W. Stelnsiek, Ally. Ad Lttem. 12 10-17-24-31 Br.ivcs three ti Grounds In 1954. W A R X I X O ORDER IN THE ,'CIIANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COl'XTY, ARKANSAS Alma Flnley Rains, Pltf. . vs. No. 12,877 T. L. Rains, Dft. The defendant, T. L. Rains, is hereby warned to appear within thirty dnys In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Alma Plnley Rains. Dnted tills 23rd day of December, 1S54. . SEAL OERALDINE LISTON Clerk By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Elberl Johnson, Ally, for Pltf. Max B. HarrlKon, Atty. Ad Lltem. 1S/24-31-1/7-14 10 00 S. Highway 61 Phon« I'Oplar 3-3186 ankle sprah chnouier sak ) so sigiiins eV>r.\sk;\ lean More the Co reached om urn a me -Blues tii ;icll- sas City Ath- ed the Kun- iriium. MI by unani- rnuncil las' i;:h't the .state the .V.h- Wilhelm o e Milwaukee at the Polo R'S 3EST RADE 'ON L or More) 61 5-3186 1 ; Jane McGftiTUy Unknrnvn ; Unknown Unknown Joe it Beulnh Ra> Jot- .V Boubh Ka Jo." A- Beuh'.h Ra\ . Joe \- Bcuhih Ray ; John & Ollic Bro C. C. Thompson ' O. Shonyo , E.-^ie L. Renpun . . Arthur Sle,elc . . . i Enrl A: Alice Cron Jas. .t Alice Ford LIST or Porson. Firm or Co Ljisl Paying Tuxos 23 1 14 2 26 1! 13 3 Ed 11. Co!>k Addition ford 13 A vford 14 A forri 15 A orrt 16 A vn . 19 A Davis Third Ad'I'lion 9 ( HoM.iK'U'r-SIuiiiyo Addition 1C 5 Irrrs. Lot !M5-ll W. 133 •/ Lot 16 SE', Larry Firs! Addition Larry Fifth Addition 8 J. \\. Owen Addition >h;UV 15 Kduin Kotmison Addition 2 13 Sunnysidc Addition 1 8 U'ilson First Addition n i STATK LANDS IX MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FOKFEITKI1 FOH 1!U7 TAXES liLYTIIKVIl.I.F. DISTRICT rn. Part of Tax. Tlu'roon Section Section Area nnc Tnwnshlp 15 North, llangc !l F.ast Lot lii NNV NW 31 500 •mviiship M North, Itange 13 East I t\t* t -9. MR 7 14 03 T O \\' \ I, 0 T S Pevson, r'uni or Corp. Tnx. Last Paving Taxi\s Thereon Lot Block a TOWN' OF 1II.YTIIF.VII.LE Orislnal Survey Man' Wells P. R. Frlrse Leo Swifl . . . Haskell Graham . . Unknown Ilrauli\v Addition fi 1 .. .. N 37'.' 16 3 K. .M. Bryan Addition . . . 3-4 4 W 5 it nil 4 5 J. C. Crincr Sub, 3 Holliprlcr 2nd. Addition 27 ' > 1 30 1 1.54 1.54 1.54 1.54 1.54 1.54 1.54 1.54 1.54 30.85 1.81 10.58 1.54 1.54 1.81 15.60 10.58 1.54 Penalty Cost $ 3.55 3.55 Penalty id Cost $ 1.12 4.56 1.14 2.28 6.84 l.H 1.18 I.'!* Nancy &, Henry L. Jones 10 Larry Third Addition : Truelove Duncan 22 ; . . Larry Fourth Addition Johnnie B. Johnson ..* 7 '. Maylielle Subdivision Marvin L. Merritt 7 ! Wilson First Ad iiion i Unknown 3 1 Unknown 10 'Unknown 11 Unknown 11 Unknown 13 . Unknown 14 Unknown . , i;, Unknown i ^ Unknown i Unknown . , 7 Unknown Unknown Unknov;n Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown . ... Wilson 3 9 0 18 ^6 11 l' J 21 Third Addition D 6 9 19 I ... 2 3 20 1 TOWN OF I.EACHVILLE Hayes Addition J. W Dunn TOWN West OF MANILA End Addition 3 R Witness my hand and seal this the 23 day of (Seal) OERALD1 TOM GENTRY, Attorney General. JOHN SHAMBUROER, Assistant Attorney General 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 8 1.35 1.33 1.35 .87 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 215 2.15 2. 15 2,15 2.15 2.15 2 15 2.1S 215 215 215 215 215 9 215 1 2.95 6 2.35 6 2.95 6 2.95 6 2.95 7 2.95 1 2.95 7 2.95 7 2.95 8 2.95 3 2.42 4.31 4.29 December, 1954. NE LISTON Chancery Clo/k.

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