southwesterly from the above-mentioned hangar, to monument No. 75–9, which is an iron rod set in concrete, located at the southwesterly edge of the above-mentioned apron; N. 24°57'39'' E., 146.2 feet, to monument No. 75-8, which is an iron rod set in concrete, located 15.0 feet westerly from the westerly corner of the above-mentioned hangar; N. 32°22'09'' E., 199.9 feet, along a line parallel to and 15.0 feet northwesterly from the northwesterly face of the above-mentioned hangar, to monument No. 75–7, which is a monel metal plug, located in a concrete sidewalk, and is 15.0 feet northwesterly from the northerly corner of the above-mentioned hangar; N. 38°19'54" E., 157.2 feet, to monument No. 75–6, which is an iron rod set in concrete, located 5.0 feet northerly from the northerly edge of the northerly concrete apron of the above-mentioned hangar; S. 58°18'51" E., 53.6 feet, to monument No. 75–5, which is an iron rod set in concrete, located 5.0 feet northerly from the northerly edge of the above-mentioned apron; S. 84°11'06'' E., 49.2 feet, to monument No. 75-4, which is an iron rod set in concrete, located 5.0 feet northerly from the northerly edge of the above-mentioned apron, and is 250.0 feet southeasterly from the northwesterly edge of a concrete taxiway; N. 39°47'24" E., 210.7 feet, along a line parallel to and 250.0 feet southeasterly from the above-mentioned taxiway to monument No. 75–3, which is a 1/2-inch iron pip set in concrete, located 250.0 feet southeasterly from the above-mentioned taxiway; S. 20°18'10" E., 187.1 feet, to monument “Y”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located southwesterly from the Civil Affairs Building, Ancon; S. 20°18'10" E., 254.1 feet, to monument "X", which is a 272-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located 15.0 feet northerly from the north edge of the Galllard Highway pavement; S. 67°02'00" W., 308.7 feet, to monument "W", which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the outside of a cyclone fence near the southeast corner of the abovementioned hangar; S. 54°38'10" W., 65.7 feet, along the abovementioned cyclone fence, to monument “V”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 49°14'20'' W., 164.6 feet, along the abovementioned cyclone fence, to monument “U”, the point of beginning. PARCEL No. 3 Beginning at monument “A”, which is an iron rod in concrete, located 15 feet and 8 inches easterly from the centerline of the 30foot-wide concrete pavement of Bruja Road, the geodetic position of which, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 2,894.3 feet and longitude 79°35' W. plus 4,056.2 feet from Greenwich. Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds: Northerly, along a line parallel to and 16 feet and 8 inches easterly from the centerline of the 30-foot-wide concrete pavement of Bruja Road, to monument "B", which is a brass plug located at the back of the easterly curb, above the southerly side of a concrete box culvert which crosses Bruja Road. Monument "B" is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 5,623.1 feet and longitude 79°35' W. plus 4,705.0 feet; S. 49°33'25'' E., 2,030 feet, more or less, through monument B-1, which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, to an unmarked point 1, the distances being 1,241 feet, more or less, and 789 feet, more or less, successively, from beginning of the course; S. 40°26'36" W., 850 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 2, located at the back of the curb on the northerly side of Tamarind Avenue and the northwesterly projection of the back of the curb on the northeasterly side of Second Street; Southeasterly, 150 feet, more or less, along the northwesterly projection of the back of the northeasterly curb of Second Street, crossing Tamarind Avenue, and following: along the back of said curb, to an unmarked point 3, located at the back of the northeasterly curb of Second Street; S. 73°45' E., 160 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 3-A; S. 16°15' W., 60 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 3-B; S. 73°45' W., 40 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 3-C; N. 16°15' E., 60 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 3-D; S. 73°45' E., 100 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 4; S. 3°00' W., 190 feet, more or less, crossing Sago Avenue, to an unmarked point No. 5; N. 73°45' W., 100 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 6; N. 16°15' E., 40 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 7, located northeasterly from the northeasterly corner of transformer house No. 2913; N. 73°45' W., 40 feet, more or less, passing along the northerly side of the abovementioned transformer house, to an unmarked point No. 8; 8. 16°15' W., 40 feet, more or less, passing along the westerly side of the abovementioned transformer house, to an une marked point No. 9; N. 73°45' W., 110 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 10, located at the back of the northeasterly curb of Second Street; Southeasterly and southwesterly, 495 feet, more or less, following along the back of the above-mentioned curb, to an unmarked point No. 11, located at the back of the easterly curb of Second Street; Due east, 265 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 12, located on the meridian 79°35' W., plus 3,000.0 feet; Due south, 290 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 13, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 2,894.3 feet and in longitude 79°35' W. plus 3,000.0 feet; S. 68°00' W., 1,015 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 14, located 75.0 feet easterly from the centerline of the 30-foot-wide concrete pavement of Bruja Road; Northwesterly, 383 feet, more or less, along a line parallel to and 75.0 feet easterly from the centerline of the above-mentioned Bruja Road to an unmarked point No. 15, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 2,894.3 feet and longitude 79°35' W. plus 3,996.9 feet; Due west, 69.3 feet, to monument “A”, the point of beginning. The above-described boundary line from unmarked point No. 1 through point No. 14 Inclusive, is common with the northerly boundary of U.S. Naval Reservation, Rodman, C.Z. (Parcel No. 1). The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian. All geographic positions are referred to the Panama-Colon datum of the Canal Zone triangulation system. The area of Fort Clayton Army Reservation is 5,047.1 acres, more or less (Parcel No. 1 is 4,980.3 acres, more or less, and Parcel No. 2 is 4.9 acres, more or less, as is shown on Canal Zone Government Drawing No. 6116–34 (Revision No. 6, dated Sept. 28, 1966) entitled "Map Showing U.S. Army and U.8. Air Force reservations-Fort Clayton, Corozal, Curundu, and Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zone", scale 1: 10,000 dated May 29, 1962; and Parcel No. 3 is 61.9 acres, more or less, as is shown on Canal Zone Government Drawing M-8117-46-R1, scale 1: 8,000, dated June 9, 1966). Both drawings are on file in the Office of the Governor, Balboa Heights, C.Z. (31 F.R. 12204, Sept. 16, 1966, as amended at 36 F.R. 496, Jan. 14, 1971) § 5.25 Corozal Army Reservation. The following-described areas of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the Corozal Army Reservation, are reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, an Army reservation, under the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Army, but subject to 8 5.82: PARCEL No. 1 (Parcel No. 2), through monuments Nos. 20, 21, and 22, which are 2-inch iron pipes to monument No. 23, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, further described as old Curundu Military Reservation boundary monument No. 33 on top of Corozal Hill, the distances being 384.3 feet, 583.5 feet, 360.2 feet and 235.8 feet successively, from beginning of the course; S. 60°09'30" W., 2,524.3 feet, through monuments Nos. 33-1 and 33-2, which are 2-inch iron pipes, located on opposite sides of the C-8 Road, 33–3 and 33-4 which are 2%2inch iron pipes to monument No. 37, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 1,044.3 feet, 64.6 feet, 598.5 feet, 391.8 feet and 425.1 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; S. 47°58'20" W., 178.8 feet, to monument "A", which is an 8-inch square concrete monument, located on the southwesterly side of the short street in front of the Chapel in the post of Corozal; N. 43°04'30" W., 42.4 feet, to monument B-1, which is a brass plug, located in the southwesterly curb of the short street in front of the Chapel in the post of Corozal; N. 76°19'20'' W., 23.8 feet, to monument A-3, which is a brass plug in the curb on the southeasterly side of Hospital Road; S. 48°20'50" W., 189.9 feet, to monument A-2, which is a brass plug in the southeasterly curb of Hospital Road; S. 09°01'50" W., 5.2 feet, to monument A-1, which is a brass plug in the easterly curb of Gaillard Highway; S. 43°53'30" E., 70.8 feet, to monument “B”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the easterly side of Gaillard Highway, northwesterly from the Army Telephone Exchange building; S. 40°55'30" E., 307.9 feet, along the easterly side of Gaillard Highway to monument 47-B, which is a monel metal plug in a retaining wall; N. 46°28'30" E., 390.1 feet, to monument 47-C, which is a 3-inch iron pipe; N. 60°07'52'' E., 1,179.4 feet, to monument 47-D, which is a 3-inch iron pipe; S. 25°48'38" E., 216.9 feet, to monument 47-F, which is a 3-inch iron pipe; 8. 36°34'00" E., 145.2 feet, to monument 47-G, which is a 3-inch iron pipe; N. 46°26'20" E., 26.0 feet, to monument 47-H, which is a 3-inch iron pipe located 39.0 feet southwesterly from the centerline of the concrete pavement of the 26 foot wide street extending from the Post of Corozal Theater to the Army Finance Building; Southeasterly along a line parallel to, and 89.0 feet southwesterly from the centerline of the pavement of the above mentioned street, to monument No. 17-A, which is a 3-inch iron pipe, located on the southerly side of a cyclone fence, on the westerly boundary of Albrook Air Force Base (Parcel No. 2), the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 247.0 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 838.5 feet; (EAST OF GAILLARD HIGHWAY) Beginning at monument No. 19, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located on a hillside, easterly from the Army Finance Office in the Post of Corozal, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 390.9 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 580.9 feet. Monument No. 19 is on the westerly boundary of Albrook Air Force Base (Parcel No. 2). Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds: N. 01°26'30" W., 1,563.8 feet, along the westerly boundary of Albrook Air Force Base N. 73°51'30" E., 51.8 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument No. 18, which is a brass plug in a concrete road pavement near the Army Finance Ofice; N. 58°02'30" E., 244.7 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence and its prolongation, to monument No. 19, the point of beginning. PARCEL No. 1-A, REVISED (EAST OF GAILLARD HIGHWAY) on set in the northeasterly edge of Gaillard Highway pavement widening strip, opposite Diablo Crossing; N. 33°11'40" W., 583.9 feet, along the northeasterly side of Gaillard Highway to monument “Q,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located 18 inches from the corner of a cyclone fence; N. 35°02'30" W., 351.9 feet, crossing the entrance roads to Gate No. 8 of the Post of Corozal, to monument "P,” which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located 18 inches from the corner of a cyclone fence; Northwesterly, along the outside of the above-mentioned cyclone fence, the northeasterly side of Gaillard Highway, along the following courses: N. 34°50'10" W., 382.5 feet, to monument “O,” which is a 212-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 34°03'10" W., 312.7 feet, to monument “N,” which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 33°02'50" W., 292.9 feet, to monument “M,” which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 31°51'30" W., 243.7 feet, to monument “L,” which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 29°49'00" W., 77.2 feet, to monument "K,” which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 45°17'00" E., 19.0 feet, to monument "J,” the point of beginning. PARCEL No. 2 (WEST OF GAILLARD HIGHWAY) Beginning at monument "J," which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the outside of a cyclone fence, on the northeasterly side of Galliard Highway and northeasterly from the spur railroad track leading to the Army Quartermaster Warehouse in the Post of Corozal, the geodetic position of which, referred to the Panama-Colon datum of the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 4,872.5 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 1,925.2 feet from Greenwich. Thence from said initial point of metes and bounds: S. 60°03'00" E., 978.0 feet, along a cyclone fence, on the southerly side of Corozal Townsite, through monument “Z," which is a 2inch iron pipe, to monument "Y,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 810.7 feet and 167.3 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; N. 28°38'30'' E., 41.4 feet, to monument “Y-1,” which is a monel plug, located in the concrete pavement at the northwesterly edge of a gasoline dispensing area; N. 46°51'50" E., 235.2 feet, along the southeasterly side of a 16-inch water main to monument “Y-2,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe; N. 70°09'00" E., 437.8 feet, to monument No. 10, which is a 142-inch pipe, located on the westerly boundary of Albrook Air Force Base (Parcel No. 2) inside the cyclone fence surrounding the water tanks northerly from Diablo Crossing; S. 09°44'20'' E., 183.2 feet, along the abovementioned Air Force Base boundary, through monuments Nos. 9, 8, 7, and 6, which are 112-inch iron pipes, to monument No. 5, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, the distances being 208.5 feet, 297.7 feet, 410.2 feet, 442.9 feet, and 523.9 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; S. 44°36'00" W., 102.3 feet, along the above-mentioned Air Force Base boundary to monument No. 4, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe; N. 64°22'50" W., 483.6 feet, along the above-mentioned Air Force Base boundary, through monument No. 3, which is a 11/2inch iron pipe, to monument No. 2, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe, located on the outside of a cyclone fence, the distances being 306.4 feet and 177.2 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; S. 57°53'30" W., 39.1 feet, along the above-mentioned Air Force Base boundary, to monument “R,” which is a monel plug Beginning at monument "A," which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the easterly bank of the Rio Grande, approximately 800 feet southerly from the junction of the Rio Cardenas, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 2,353.3 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 5,915.7 feet; Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds: Due east, 24.6 feet, to monument “B”, which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 54°11'30" E., 668.4 feet, to monument “E”, which is a 142-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located at the northeasterly side of a cyclone fence; S. 49°58'30" E., 1,289.4 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “G”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 23°20'30'' E., 139.0 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “H”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 18°50'20" E., 173.1 feet, along the above mentioned cylone fence, to monument “I”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 74°18'00" E., 20.9 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “J”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 23°00'30" E., 83.0 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument "K", which is a brass plug set in a concrete platform; S. 29°02'00" W., 4.9 feet, through the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument "L", which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 38°11'30'' E., 149.9 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “M”, which is a brass plug set in a concrete platform; S. 53°12'50" E., 145.3 feet, to monument “N”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 37°55'30'' E., 235.4 feet, to monument “O”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the northeasterly side of a cyclone fence, on the southwesterly side of the Panama Railroad tracks; S. 57°11'30" E., 231.7 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “P”, which is a brass plug in the pavement of the north entrance road to the Quartermaster Area; S. 53°23'00" E., 428.3 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “Q”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 49°42'30" E., 250.3 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “R”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 22°44'20" E., 74.0 feet, to monument “S”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 46°01'40" E., 161.5 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, on the westerly side of Barth Road, to monument "T", which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 41°28'20'' E., 200.2 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “U”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 37°31'30" E., 261.9 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “V”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 32°47'40'' E., 998.5 feet, to monument “W”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the easterly side of a cyclone fence, on the westerly side of Barth Road; S. 34°02'20'' E., 301.7 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “X", which is a brass plug set in a concrete pavement; N. 58°08'10'' E., 23.4 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “Y”, which is a brass plug set in a concrete pavement; S. 32°57'00" E., 256.6 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “Z”, which is a brass plug set in the westerly curb of Barth Road; S. 31°45'00'' E., 557.2 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument Z-1, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 30°08'20'' E., 78.0 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument 2-2, which is a 3-inch Iron pipe set in concrete; N. 89°59'20'' W., 3,290.3 feet, through monuments Nos. 13–1, 2, 13-2, 1, "O", which are 292-inch iron pipes set in concrete, and 14, which is a 6-inch cast iron pipe, to an unmarked and unnumbered point on the +10 foot contour on the easterly bank of the Panama Canal, the geodetic position of said unmarked point is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 3,880.6 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 4,769.7 feet, the distance being 1,078.5 feet, 601.5 feet, 500.0 feet, 414.6 feet, 500.0 feet, 187.9 feet and 7.8 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; In a northerly direction, following the +10 foot contour (except where drainage ditches extend inland from the shore line) along the easterly bank of the Panama Canal and the left bank of the Rio Grande, to monument “A”, the point of beginning. The directions of the lines refer to the true medidan, The total area of Corozal Army Reservation is 296.3 acres, more or less (Parcel No. 1, East of Gaillard Highway is 37.4 acres, more or less; Parcel No. 1-A, Revised, East of Gaillard Highway is 35.48 acres, more or less; and Parcel No. 2, West of Gaillard Highway is 223.4 acres, more or less), as is shown on Canal Zone Government Drawing No. 6116–34 (Revision No. 3, dated December 15, 1960) entitled “Map Showing U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Reservations-Fort Clayton, Corozal, Curudu, and Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zone”, scale 1:10,000 dated May 29, 1952, as modified by Canal Zone Government Drawing No. M-6116–89, enitled "Map Showing Boundary of Parcel No. 1-A, Revised Corozal Army Reservation, Canal Zone, to Include Former Parcel Nos. 1-A, 1-B, and Adjacent Land”, scale 1:2,000, dated August 12, 1953. Such maps are on file in the office of the Governor. $ 5.26 Curundu Army Reservation. (a) The following-described area of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the Curundu Army Reservation, is reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, an Army reservation, under the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Army, but subject to $ 5.82: Beginning at monument No. 34, which is a 242-inch iron pipe, located southeasterly from Albrook Air Force Gate No. 13, and 50 feet southwesterly from the centerline of the C–12 Road, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 3,350.6 feet and longitude 79°33' W. plus 2,189.4 feet. Monument No. 34 is on the easterly boundary of Albrook Air Force Base (Parcel No. 2). Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds: S. 70°02'20" W., 70.1 feet, to monument No. 35 which is a 212-inch iron pipe, located near the northeast corner of the Deer Park; S. 15°28'20'' E., 127.4 feet, along the eastern fence line of the Deer Park, to monument No. 36, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, located at the southeast corner of the Deer Park; S. 45°43'50" W., 149.8 feet, along the southerly fence line of the Deer Park to mounment No. 37, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, located at the southwesterly corner of the Deer Park; S. 39°15'30" E., 171.9 feet, to monument N. 48°30'00" E., 342.4 feet, along the above No. 38, which is a 112-inch iron pipe; mentioned improved drain, to monument No. S. 39°15'10" E., 111.9 feet, to monument 61, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; No. 39, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe; N. 72°13'40'' E., 145.4 feet along the above S. 39°15'30" E., 50.7 feet, to monument mentioned improved drain, to monument No. 40, which is a 112-inch iron pipe; No. 62, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located at S. 15°28'50'' W., 739,4 feet, through monu the intersection of two improved drains; ments Nos. 41, 42, and 43, which are 112-inch S. 06°52'50" W., 541.3 feet, along the eastiron pipes, to monument No. 44, which is a erly side of an improved drain, to monument 112-inch iron pipe, the distances being 215.5 No. 63, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe; feet, 117.0 feet, 192.2 feet and 214.7 feet, S. 09°14'30" W., 241.4 feet, along the eastsuccessively from beginning of the course; erly side of the above mentioned improved S. 15° 28'40'' W., 971.1 feet, through monu drain, to monument No. 64, which is a 112ment No. 45, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, inch iron pipe, located at the intersection to monument No. 46, which is a 11/2-inch iron of two improved drains; pipe, the distances being 669.0 feet and 303.1 N. 61°37'40'' E., 262.2 feet, along the northfeet, successively, from beginning of the westerly side of an improved drain, to monucourse; ment No. 65, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe, S. 28°47'50'' E., 1,149.0 feet through monu located at the intersection of two improved ment No. 47, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, drains; to monument No. 48, which is a 142-inch iron S. 68°53'50” E., 859.8 feet, along the northpipe, the distances being 692.4 feet and 456.6 erly side of an improved drain to monument feet, successively, from beginning of the No. 66, which is a 142-inch iron pipe; course; S. 11°09'00" W., 247.5 feet, along the eastS. 24°35'30'' E., 104.3 feet, to monument erly side of the above mentioned improved No. 49, which is a 112-inch iron pipe; drain to monument No. 67, which is a 112S. 14°00'20'' E., 350.3 feet, along the west inch iron pipe; erly side of an improved drain, through mon S. 64°55'30" E., 47.7 feet, to monument No. ument No. 50, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe, 68, which is a brass plug in the westerly edge to monument No. 51, which is a 112-inch of the concrete pavement of the Curundu iron pipe, the distances being 238.2 feet and Road; 112.1 feet, successively, from beginning of the S. 20°49'00" W., 676.2 feet, to monument course; No. 69, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located S. 02°25'30" E., 303.4 feet, along the west at the corner of a cyclone fence on the westerly side of the above mentioned improved erly side of Curundu Road; drain, to monument No. 52, which is a Along the above mentioned cyclone fence, 112-inch iron pipe; with the following courses, to monument No. S. 21°38'00'' E., 171.3 feet, along the west 73. erly side of the above-mentioned improved S. 20°48'10" W., 587.0 feet, to monument drain to monument No. 53, which is a 142 No. 70, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; inch iron pipe; S. 15°51'10" W., 1,319.8 feet, to monument S. 34°12'30'' E., 326.6 feet, along the west No. 71, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe; erly side of the above mentioned improved S. 19°23'30" W., 116.0 feet, to monument drain, to monument No. 54, which is a brass No. 72, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; plug in a concrete road pavement; S. 26°28'20" W., 86.8 feet, to monument S. 17°11'50'' W., 451.3 feet, along the west No. 73, which is a 12-inch iron pipe, located erly side of the above mentioned improved at the corner of the above mentioned cyclone drain, to monument No. 55, which is a 112 fence; inch iron pipe; The above described boundary line from S. 66°17'30" W., 77.1 feet, along the north monument No. 34 to monument No. 73, inerly side of the above mentioned improved clusive, is common with the easterly bounddrain to monument No. 56, which is a 142 ary of Albrook Air Force Base (Parcel No. 2). inch iron pipe, located at the intersection of S. 34°53'50" E., 127.7 feet, crossing Cutwo improved drains; rundu Road to monument "O", which is a S. 73°27'50'' E., 148.1 feet, along the north brass plug set in the headwall of the old Rio erly side of an improved drain, to monu Curundu concrete box culvert; ment No. 57, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, In a generally northasterly direction, located at the intersection of two improved along the centerline of the Rio Curundu and drains; the Canal Zone-Republic of Panama boundN. 48°48'20'' E., 67.3 feet, along the south ary, to an unmarked and unnumbered point, easterly side of an improved drain, to monu located 32 feet northeasterly from the centerment No. 58, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe; line of the road to Bella Vista near Albrook N. 64°44'40" E., 444.5 feet, along the above Air Force Gate No. 12, the geodetic position mentioned improved drain, to monument of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 4057.3 No. 59, which is a 112-inch iron pipe; feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 3082.6 feet. N. 80°37'20'' E., 631.5 feet, along the above The above mentioned unnumbered point is mentioned improved drain and its prolonga located at the southeast corner of Albrook tion, to monument No. 60, which is a 2-inch Air Force Base (Parcel No. 4). iron pipe, located on the southerly side of an N. 34°52'20' W., 77.1 feet, along a line improved drain at its head; parallel to, and 32 feet northeasterly from |