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At West Memphis asaws Chick WantAWin By Frank Ellis ' Courier News Sports Writer - "We'd like to win that ball game and get ourselves back on a winning streak, especially with Little Rock Horace Mann coming in here Friday night but I guess right now. we had better think only about West •Memphis." Coach Dwight Williams was the speaker at the Blytheville ( High School gymnasium as he' and assistant coach Jim Dixon .were only minutes away from leading the Chickasaws through -.&• practice session. -. Tonight at 6, the Chicks face .{he West Memphis Blue Devils :on the enemy court, and will be out to duplicate their season-opening win here in Blytheville. •On that occasion, Williams' •Ken won rather handily, 56-44. -; Williams, hewever, is quick to .point out he expects more trouble this time. "They'll have a better ball club than they had up here," •he staled, "their starters havej Bad a chance to get some more experience and we look for a tough game all the way." jV-The coach said he would make "one change in his starting lineup. Sophomore Tommy Tomp- Tdns will most likely replace Joe Ellis at center. Tompkins missed the North Little Rock loss due to an infected foot which handicapped him at the last hours before game-lime but is expected to have recovered by tap-off time tonight. * <f * Strong rebounding efforts by the Chickasaws grid quarterback apparently has earned him the starting berth. "I'll be moving Richard Brewer up to the varsity too, "Williams added, "in order to get a little more height in there. You can expect Brewer and Jimmy Moore to see action against the Blue Devils Jimmy is rapidly developing into a valuable sixth man and can be used equally well at guard or forward. He's one of the best ball-handlers we have," Williams concluded. Tonight's battle will be a prelude to Friday's clash with now fourth-ranked Horace Mann. Mann's latest outing resulted in a 54-44 loss to Little Rock Central, the state's top-ratec squad. Williams expects another struggle Friday but right now he is thinking only about tonight and those Blue Devils. Tickets Available Principal D. B. Meador of BIytlicville High School has announced that tickets are now . on sale for the Holiday Tournament set tor Leachville on Deo. 29-30. Teams entered are Blytheville, Jonesboro, Paragould and Leachville. The Chickasaws have drawn Jonesboro as their first- round opponent. Tickets can be- purchased at the First National Bank or at the Farmers Bank and Trust Co. offices. Ticket prices are $1.25 per ticket per night. Fans will need separate ticket;; for each evening of the tourney. Meador pointed out that purchasing of the tickets in advance will not necessarily assure the buyer of a seat at the games but will do away with having to stand in line on the nights of the games. Persons to contact for tickets . are Ted Wahl at First National | or Bob Ot,.. 't Farmers Bank. College Scores ' ; College Basketball : By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS '.•.-,• EAST Bucknell 83, Penn State 68 ;.,CCNY 82, Pace 74 ' • Wheaton 76, Swarthmore 65 .-.; Northeastern 72, Harvard 67 SOUTH '."Florida 74, Vanderbilt 72 "'Georgia 94, Furman 80 .Ky. Wesleyan 133, Tex. Wesleyan 87 Tulane 85, Denver 80 American U. 86, St. Joseph's, Pa. 84 Georgetown D.C., 65, Columbia 63, two overtimes Navy 86, Geo. Wash'n. 59 ..Wake Forest 108, William &Mary 79 Richmond 73, Jacksonville U. 66 Alabama 80, Miss. State 69 MIDWEST New Mex. St. 87, Purdue 80 Toledo 99, Tenn. Tech 67 Tulsa 72, Wj'oming 58 Okla. St. 67, Washington 65 Kansas 72, Stanford 54 Creighton 90, Cal. St. Long Beach 59 Northwestern 79, Missouri 68 Iowa 59, Texas-El Paso 53 -Northern Iowa 88, So. Dak. 68 COURIER NEWS PAGE EIGHT Tuesday, December 19, 1667 Mavericks Rise Up By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Houston Mavericks gave i the Indiana Pacers a golden opportunity to tighten up the American Basketball Association's Eastern Division race, but the Denver Rockets took it right away again. Houston knocked off Minnesota 97-91 Monday night and an Indiana victory would have tied the Pacers with Pittsburgh just one game away from the division-leading Muskies. But Denver knocked off Indiana 126104. In the only other ABA game Monday night, New Jersey beat {•lllllinilllliBiiiiiniiiniiniinniinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiwi Hockey By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday's Results No games scheduled Today's Game Oakland at Las Angeles Wednesday's Games Toronto at Montreal Detroit at New York Boston at Chicago St. Louis at Oakland GOT IT AWAY-High-scoring Gosnell High School Pirate Eddie Williams evaded the outstretched arm of a Lepanto High defender to let fly with one of his field goal shots in last night's clash at the Gosnell court. (Courier News Photo by King) Vandy Not So Ve ry Dandy As Win Streak Is Slowed To A 'Walk' Blytheville Eighth Central Tops Poll Again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j 5. North Little Rock (4-2 .. 64 Little Rock Central scored aj 6. Pine Bluff (5-2) 31 54-44 victory over second-ranked | 7. Texarkana (6-2) 29 Little Rock Horace Mann last! 8. Blytheville (5-2) 23 week and remains on top of the j 9. Magnolia Columbia (16-1) 16 Associated Press high school i 10. FS Southside (4-3) 14 basketball poll. | Others receiving votes, listed Central, 6-0 and Hie only un-1 alphabetically: Bentonville, Bis- defeated team in Class AAA, " larck . Dcaf Scn00 '. Fayette- ville, Greenbrier, Hot Springs, drew all ten first place votes from a panel of sportswriters Lavaca, Lewisville and Prescott McRae. and broadcasters. Mann dropped to fourth and j " " ' Fort Smith Northside, an im- DENVER (AP-Coach Lou pressive winner over Texar- Saban of tne American Football kana, moved back into the sec- Lea S ue Dcnver Broncos Monday end spot. Northside was ranked • s 'S ned Mlcke >' Beard > former fourth and Texarkana third last <!" a rterback at Dartmouth, week. Nine of this week's top ten TORONTO (AP) -Nancy teams were in the select group Greene . « l]nner ° f the World last week but only Central and Cup Alpine skii "S title ' Monday North Little Rock hold down the was name d Canada's outstand- same spots. El Dorado, which beat North Little Rock, jumped from eighth to third. North Little Rock remained fifth. Pine Bluff advanced from seventh to sixth and Texarkana dropped to seventh. Blytheville, which lost to NLR, fell from sixth to eighth. Magnolia Columbia is the only newcomer to the top ten, taking over the ninth spot. Magnolia Columbia is 16-1. Fort Smith Southside, ninth last week, dropped to tenth. Here are the results of the poll with first place votes and team records in parentheses and total points at right: 1. LR Central (10) (-0) .. 100 2. FS Northside (6-2) .... 77 3. El Dorado (7-1) 74 4. LR Horace Mann (4-3) .. 69 Gift wrapped, in Packs and Boxes GIVE KING EDWARD America's Largest Selling Cigar By ED SCHUYLER Jr. Associated Press Sports Writer The Vanderbilt Commodores ran into a Walk. Vanderbilt, the nation's third- ranked college basketball team, appeared to have its sixth victory without a defeat after building a 44-30 halftone lead over Washington timeouts. Six-foot-11 Bob Lienhard poured in 29 points and led Georgia to a 94-80 victory over Furman at Athens, Ga. All-American Elvin Hayes, a senior, struck a blow for upper classmen by scoring 35 points as to a 103-65 home-court victory Florida Monday Gainesville, Fla. But then Florida's highly regarded sophomore, G-foot-10 night at j over Minnesota. Tulsa, 6-1, handed Wyoming its first loss after five victories, 72-58 at Tulsa, Okla., and Indi- Neal Walk, held scoreless in the ' ana State, the No. 7 small col- first half, scored seven straight points midway in the second lalf to get the Gators back in contention and they went on to score a 74-72 upset. Walk fin- lege team upset first-ranked San Diego State 84-69 at Terre Haute, Ind. In other games: Yale beat Virginia 79-72 for shed with 17 points as Florida [the championship and Virginia built its record to 4-1. Houston 103, Minnesota 65 TCU 93, Sam Houston St. 70 FAR WEST Arizona 76, Colorado 67 Utah 32, San Jose 81 Santa Clara 84, Nevada 67 Tampa Invitational First Round In the only National Basketball Association game Monday, the Detroit Pistons rallied in the second half and trimmed the; Seattle SuperSonics 140-122 at] Tacoma, Wash. j The Mavericks took over the j lead just before the half ended on Willie Somerset's three-point | Seattle 75, Rutgers 63 Charlotte Invitational First Round Davidson 90, Rice 63 Temple 65, Miami, Ohio 60 Va.-Va. Tech Invitational Championship Yale 79, Virginia 72 Consolation Virginia Tech 75, NYU 59 Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ;OSTON - Joe Fraizer, 210, Philadelphia, stopped Marion Conner, 180, Canton, Ohio, 3 SECAUCUS, N.J. - Marcel Bizien, 146, Jersey City, N.J., outpointed Jerry Gracl, 141, Boston, 8. TORONTO-Bob Felstein, 207, Toronto, knocked out Dick Wipperman, 208, Buffalo, N.Y., 2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO - Bernabe Villacom- po, Philippines, stopped Yoshio Hakane, Japan, 6, flyweights SYDNEY, Australia - Bobby Dlinlop, 173'A Australia, stopped Elmo Henderson, 163%, California, 8. j i Somerset led the Houston attack j | with 22 points while Les Hunter [paced the Muskies with 36 points. Denver scored 35 points in the first quarter and never trailec after that as the Pacers, miss ing forward Roger Brown, los; out on their opportunity to gain j valuable ground. Willie Murrel I of the Rockets and Freddie Lewis of Indiana both had 30 points. Tony Jackson's four straight three-point buckets jumped the Americans to their triumph. Jackson had 42 points while Darel Carrier led the Colonels with 24 points. Len Chappell came off the bench and ignited the Pistons, who overcame a 66-59 halftime deficit against the Sonics. Chappell scored 28 of his game-high 30 points after the intermission, hitting on 12 of 14 field goal attempts in the second half. Seattle led 75-69 early in the third period when Detroit reeled off nine consecutive points. With the game tied 79-all, ChappelPs basket put the Pistons in front for good 81-79 with less than five minutes to go in the third quar- er. Rod Thorn was high for Scat- e with 29 points, Four other sophomores also paced their teams to victories. Mike Maloy scored 19 of his 23 mints in the first half as sixth- •anked Davidson built up a 45-30 lalftime lead and rolled to a 9018 victory over Rice in a firbt- •ound game of the Charlotte iivitational. Temple beat Mi- imi of Ohio 65-60 in the other irst-round game. Jim Collins scored all of !iis 13 points in a second-half burst to help unbeaten New Mexico State to its sixth victory, an 8730 upset of Purdue at Lafayette, Ind. Sparky Grober came off the bench and sank eight of 11 field goals—he scored 17 points—to spark Oklahoma State to a 67-65 victory over Washington at Stillwater, Okla. The winners scored on three free throws in the last 46 seconds, one coming on a foul for too many I Tech drubbed New York University for third place in the Virginia-VPI Bonaventure Invitational, St. remained undefeated with a 88-73 victory over Auburn and Seattle topped Rutgers 75-3 in first round games of the Tampa, Fla., Invitational. Iowa edged Texas at El Paso 59-53 at borne, Wake Forest scored an easy 108-79 home- court victory over William & Mary, visiting Northwestern took Missouri 79-68, Stanford lost to Kansas 72-54, Utah edged San Jose State 82-81 at home and Kentucky second-ranked Wesleyan, the small college team scored an easy 113-87 vie lory over Texas Wesleyan a home. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT, PLAINTIFF VS. NO. 17182 CALVIN JACKSON, ET AL, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEFENDANTS COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner in compliance with the terms of a certain decree rendered on the 22nd day of May, 1967, by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba District, Arkansas, in the following cause, to-wit: Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee District vs. Calvin Jackson, Et Al, and Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots and Blocks, No. 17182 will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for casb, at the front door of the Courthouse ; in the City of Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 5th day of January. 1968, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, the following described real estate: 1 I OKYO - Hiroshi Kobayashi 129, Japan, knocked out Toshi aki Numata, 129'A, Japan, 12 Kobayashi won world junio lightweight title. Webster Named Rookie of Year NEW YORK-(NEA)—The nine coaches of the American Football League have made George Webster of the Houston Oilers their clear-cut choice as the 1967 Rookie of the Year. In a special poll conducted by NBA, Webster emerged with a majority of five votes. Dick Post, the pint-sized running back of the San Diego Chargers, was named by two. Others mentioned were Gene Upshaw, the impressive offensive guard of the Oakland Raiders, and the Miami battery of quarterback Bob Griese and split end Jack Clancy, who received a split vote. The most surprising aspect of the 1967 season in the AFL was the resurgence of the defensive platoon of the Houston Oilers. Last year, it gave up more points than any team in the league. This year, it catapulted the Oilers into the race for the Eastern Division title. From the day he reported to the Houston camp, Webster was the welding force of that defense as a corner linebacker. At 6-5 and 225 pounds, he lias both the range and the size to seal off the run and the pass. He has made an impact on the entire league. At Michigan State, he had been a two-time All-American as the "monster man" of the Spartans' backfield. Georga wasn't an unknown quantity in the collegiate draft. He was the fifth man picked (and, of course, the Oilers' first choice). He'll be around for a long time as an All-Pro, in addition to his initial rookie laurels. , G. L. Richardson All Original Survey 4 15 9 24 3.60 .90 .25 Same Lot 3 Sup. Survey 4 15 9 15 .30 .08 .25 Same Lot 4 Sup. Survey 4 15 9 39 .78 .20 .25 Same Lot 1 Sup. Survey 5 15 9 1 .02 .01 .25 James W. Wisley N. 170 ft. of S. 190 ft. of W. 90 ft. of Tract 1, Crawford Estate, NE'A 1 15 10 lot 5.40 1.35 .25 LOTS IN NEVi NE% SEC. 2-15-10 Lot Block Bruce Peery S. 240 ft. 11 1 .90 .23 .25 Bernard Stark 11 2 2.70 .68 .25 Bruce Peery 13 2 1.20 .30 .25 Same 14 2 1.20 .30 .25 Same 15 2 1.20 .30 .25 Roosevelt Ward An 82.5 x 264 ft. Lot in NE'A NE'A as per Deed Record 188, Page 362 2 15 10 Lot 8.40 2.10 .25 Case Tucker Lot 17, EV4 E% NE% 20 15 10 Lot 3.30 .83 .25 Elbert S. Johnson E. 87 ft. of Lot 3 SV4 NWVi SW'A S. of Ry. 8 15 11 Lot 2.40 Donal J. Daugherty NW'A NE%, less N. 360 ft. of E. 640 ft. 28 15 11 35 5.25 1.32 .25 Mrs. C. Harris NW'A SWVi Less Ry R/W 34 16 8 36 5.40 1.35 .25 ALLISON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Eva Mae Hollis 2 1 3.30 .83 Jamie Gray 9 4 2.40 .60 BLAIN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Gracie Hughes ,S. 24 ft. 6 1.50 .38 Same N. 41 ft. 7 3.00 .75 BLYTHE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Casey and Lois Adams E. 50 ft. 5 29 3.90 .98 .25 ED B. COOK SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Willis Williams 15 A .30 .08 .25 ELLIOTT ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE James Arthur Walker 2 1 1.80 .45 .25 Pearl Boozy 9 1 3.30 .83 .25 HOLLIPETER AND SHONYO ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .ucille and Charley Brown ,15 1 2.40 .60 .25 John Dean 11 4 2.40 .60 .25 Billy Eugene Cothran, Jr. 11 5 2.70 .68 .25 W. W. HOLLIPETER SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE Evelyn Meux S. 100 ft. of N. 131 -. ft. of E. 140 ft. S. of West End Subdv. in SVz NVi SW J /4 17 15 11 2.70 .68 .25 LARRY'S FOURTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lot Block Nettie Mitchell 55 .30 .08 .25 Dorkis Lyman 67 2.10 .53 .25 Talents, Incorporated 89 1.50 .38 .25 LARRY'S FIFTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mozener Anderson and Francis Stapleton 1 2.10 .53 .25 REBECCA PATTERSON SUBDIVISION - BLYTHEVILLE Hattie Hill Gates and Mary Hill Pettaway N. 50 ft of E. 100 ft. 8 3,90 .98 .25 SECOND REPLAT OF J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Tina Henson 5 N 2.10 .53 .25 Lorena Williams 12 R 2.10 .53 .25 EDWIN ROBINSON'S ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Jim Madkins Lottie Tice Same Burk and Jessie Mae Brunch Celia Ames 0. C. and Allie Johnson 13 17 18 6 2 3 11 18 18 .60 .60 3.00 .15 .25 .15 .25 .75 25 .60 .15 2.10 .53 2.10 .53 SUNNYSIDE ADDDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE A. E. Lester 4 8 2.10 .53 WILSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ed Smith Estate Same Same Vera E. Gray Marzella Scales Walter Shaw J. W. Love Same Lawrence Echols W. 45 ft. W. 45 ft. B 1 2 3 11 7 1 3 3.90 .60 .60 3.90 2.70 1.50. 1.50 .60 2.10 WILSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Jean Williams 14 2 1.50 .38 Tommy Neely 6 3 2.40 .60 PERRY ADDITION TO GOSNELL .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Jerry Wright 12 2.70 .68 .2-5 Mid-States Homes, Inc. 29 1 2.70 .68, Bruce and Sarah McNeil 20 2 1.50 .38 Eddie Jones 21 2 2.40 .60 Joe Boatman 30 2 1.50 .38 Emma L. Matlock 21 5 .60 .15 Kate Simpson 23 5 2.10 .53 Robert E. and Willie Mae Bennett 24 5 1.80 .45 Same 25 5 3.30 .83 Same 26 S .60 .15 Robert and Johnnie Ma« Jones 28 10 S.10 .53 .45 .38 .45 .60 .15 REPLAT OF IRREGULAR LOT 2, SE'A SW'A 36-16-10, TOWN OF GOSNELL Geral Roy Travis 19 2.70 .68 Same NVi 20 .30 .08 IRREGULAR LOTS IN E',4 NW'A NE'A SEC. 17-15-8, I TOWN OF LEACHVILLE •25! Jodie Lindley N. 30 ft. 12 1.80 Frank Morris N. 40 ft. of S. 150 ft. 17 1.50 J. W. Smith N. 50 ft of. E 150 ft 24 1.80 SMITH'S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Artie L. Roper Eli Lots 31 and 32 A 2.40 Same E14 Lots 33 and 34 A .60 C. D. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA Franklin Robbins 7 2 3.30 .83 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO MANILA Jack Southern 32 4 2.40 .60 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION OF W14 NW'A N. OF RY. 31-15-9, MANILA W. W.'McKemie Lot 2 NWV4 NW'A 2.40 .60 .25 Freddie McKemie E. 50 ft. Lot 3A NWV4 NW'A .60 R. A. Davidson, Jr. Lot 3 I NW'A NW'A 2.10 Clifford L. Holt Lot 11 C NW'A NW'A 3.30 REPLAT OF LOTS 8 AND 9, BLOCK 3, WILLIFORD AND GARRISON ADDDITION AND E. 210 FT. OF IRREGULAR LOT 19 SW'A SE'A, MANILA James Martin F .60 .15 .25 .25 Said sale will be had to satisfy'said decree for taxes and. .25 costs due the Plaintiff on each and every separate track and .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .15 .25 .53 .25 .83 ,25 parcel of land and on each and every separate lot and block, as is set out in said decree for which said property is delinquent as aforesaid, for taxes due the St. Francis Levee District for the year 1966. WITNESS my hand and the seal of seid Court on this the 17th day of November, 1967. Geraldine Listen Commissioner in Chancery 12-5, 12, 19

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