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SATOTOAT, DECEMBER 2, 1990 (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS Chick and Papoose Cagers Win Over Holland-Squaws Are Beaten 61-44 Tribe Gets Easy 56-28 Decision * Junior* Cop 25-6 "Victory in First Game of Season The Chicks and Paps of Blythcville High School got their 1950-51 basketball seasons off in fine fashion last night by copping a pair of wins from Holland, Mo., teams. Coach Earl Stabler's Paps dump«d the Holland juniors, 25-6, in the lirst game and the Chicks ran roughshod over the Holland seniors, 56-28, in the feature game. ' , The junior ganio starter slowly but gained in momentum a.s it proceeded. Tlie Paps led all the way except for a brief period in the opening minutes when Holland scored tlie game's first point. Coach Jimmy Fisher's Chicks, working without the service of three regulars, showed promise by decisively outclassing the visiting Missourians. Chicks Crab Lead The Chicks took the lead at the f ning whistle • and were ncm eatened at. any time. Hollanc wed class at times with tts strong suit being defense. Lynn Vowell, a smooth-working Junior, who transferred to Blythn- viUc High School from Ector, Tex. last September, propelled th Chicks to the victory. Working a pivot, Vowell swished 20 point* through the chicks' goal to take high score honors. Close behind Vowell was Rober Harrison who garnered 16 points anc Gay Parrish with 15. Avis led thi visitors with 12 points. Tuesday night the Chicks ani Paps go to Memphis to piny Sout! Hide High and Friday night the play at home again meeting Mcs sick High ot Memphis. Box Score: Blythcville Parrish . ... Higginson . . Vowell . ... Halsell . ... Crafton . ... Halstead . . Stfres Harmon . . Burnham . . Holland desiring . Childers . Smith . . Maxwell . Nunnery . Harris . . Martin . Bcoker . F F F F C . C G a a — I'holo by Travis SEMINQLE REGULARS—Seeing regular duty with Osceola's District 3B champion seminoles this year are halfback Paul Stilwell (left) and center Don nle Johnson, Stilwell, a 155-pouiulcr, is a senior and is playing his last year for Osceola. Johnson is p junior and will be back with (he tribe next year. Duck Season Opened Today; Here's Time Table for Hunting LITTLE HOCK, .Dec. 2. (IP) —Dec. 12 Shooting hours for the 1950 duck . Dec. 13. hunting season in Arkansas, which Dec. 14 opened today, is from one-half j Dec. 15 hour before sunrise to one ^ hour; Dec. 16 before sunset. Today, however, shooting began at noon and closed at the fixed time of one hour before sunset. The season closes Jan. 5. Here are the hours of sunrise and sunset during the duck hunt- ign season, as supplied by the U. S. Weather Bureau here: Pos. FG FT TI' . F . F ..F . C . C . G . G . G . G : G 10 8 da Dale Dec. 2 Dec. 3 Dec. 4 Dec. D ' Dec- 6 Dec. 7 Dec. 8 Dec. 9 Dec. 10. Dec. II Sunrise Sunset --- ..... — - 4:58 p.m. 6:59 a.m. 7:03 a.m. 7:01 a.m. 7:02 a.m. 7:03 a.m. 7:03 a.m. 7:04 a.m. 7:05 a.m. 7:06 a.m. 4:5B p.m. 5:58 p.m. 5:58 p.m. 4:58 p.m. '4:58 p.m. 4:58 p.m. 4:58 p.m. 4:59 p.m. 4:59 p.m. Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Dec. Dec. Dec. 22 Dec. 23 Dec. 24 Dec. 25 Dec. 26 Dec. 21 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 1 Jan. 2 Jan. 3 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:01 p.m. 5:01 p.m. 5:02 p.m. 5:92 p.m. 5:02 p.m. 5:03 p.m. 5:04 p.m. 5:04 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Chick Fans Soliciting unds for Playoff Jilt A group of Blythcville businessmen and other Chick fani w«re busy oday soliciting $1,000 to go toward getting the Blylhevllle-Camdeii Class AA state championship football game here. T.06 a.m. 4:59 p.m. 7:07 a.m: 4:59 p.m. 7:08 a.m. 7:08 a.m. 7:C9 a.m. 1:09 a.m. 7:1U a.m. 7:10 a.m. 7:11 a.m. 7:12 a.m. 7:12 a.m. 7:13 a.m. 1:14 a.m. 7:14 a.m. 7:14 a.m. T.15 a.m. 7:15 a.m. 5:OG p.m. 7:15 a.m. 5:07 p.m. 7:1G a.m. 5:08 p.m. 7:18 a.m. 5:08 p.m. 7:1G a.m, 7:16 a.m. College Gridder Take Last Fling Season Ends Today With Army-Navy Tilt Heading the List The group, headed by Barney Cockrell and Jack Owens, began oticitntions • yesterday and Inst itBhl reported thnt the Idea, so tar, laj been well received by. Blj'thc- ille football funs. "We are trying to get 100 business men and other iaus to contribute ;10 each,". Mr. Ccckrell said. ','1*1'* noney then will be turned over U) the school to add with what ever •unriintec It lifts to make Cnindcn. "\Vc feel like Unit, nl tills lime of the year It would te almost Impossible for many Blytheville funs to jo to Camtlcu to see the game and hat, Blytheville Is entitled to the same because, of It's record," Mr. Cockrell added. ' Nicholson In I.itllc Kock However, a similar movement Is reported underway In Camden. Word circulated through Blythcville yesterday that the Camden Jnnioi Chamber of Commerce had raised a total of $1.100 to otter the Chicks in order to get the game for Cam- dcn. However, this report was unconfirmed. W, 11. Nicholson, superintendent ol Blytheville schools was scheduled to meet Camden officials it Little Rock this morning to fix .the site- for the game. An announcement on the outcome of this meeting wus expected by nooa today. Mr. Cockiell stated that person: •Ashing to contribute to the func should contact lllm. Mr. Owens, ^ L. Westbrook or Marshall Blackurcl The solicitation Is scheduled ti end Monday, Mr. Cockrell said. 7:16 ajn. 7:11 am. 7:17 a.m. 5:09 p.m. 5:10 p.m. 5:11 p.m. 5:12 p.m. 5:12 p.m. WARNING OKBEK In the Chancery Court, Chichar sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkunsus. °* William Martin De Ruiler, pltf. vs. No. 11,408 Betty Inez De Rnitcr, Dft. The defendant Betty Inez De Ruiler is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named ' in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff William Martin De Ruiter. Dated this 17 day of Nov., 1950. Harvey Morris, Clerk Percy A. Wright, atty. for Pltf. ll|18-25-122-9 Dick Mayer, Stranahan Tied n Miami Open MIAMI, Fla., Dec. 2. (/Fj—A sea- oned amateur and a young dark- orse professional fought to niain- aln an insecure one-stroke lead otlsiy in the third round of the 'th anmml $10,000 Miami Golf onrnament. Frank Stranuhan. amateur ol To- cdo. Ohio, who won this open two ears ago and has captured vir- ually every amateur title, and Dick layer, 27-year old professional of Id Greenwich, Conn,, each carded ive under par Ga's yestertiay to eadlock at 133 for 36 holes. Hot behind the pair, only a stroke ff the pace, were Ted Kroll, whose 2-32—64 was the finest round of he tournament; Jack Burke, Jr.. ixth money winner this year; and 'im Txunesa, youngest of the six golfing Turnesa brothers. SIGN LANGUAGE—In addition to bucking, running, catching passes and backing up the line, Oklahoma fullback Leor, .Heath says it with blocks. Irates Sign BraveCast-Off, ete Reiser PITTSBURGH, Dec. 2. MV-Vet- With the Courts ommon Pleas: Harold and Winona Mcdlln -awrence and Joan Clark, suit to recover 51,000 damages incurrer when bitten by dog plaintiffs claiir was owned by defendants. Some lead carbonate crystals hav: the brilliance of diamonds but ar not hard enough to be used Iii jewelry. WARMNG ORDER The defendant, Anna Bartulaiti: also known as Anna Bartaliti, o Anna Bnrt-llts, is hereby warned t appear in the Chancery Court to the Chickasawba District of Mis sissippi County, Arkansas, wilhl thirty (30) days and answer t! complaint of the plaintiff, Anthon Bartulaitls, also known as Anthon S. BarUUs, filed against her in sal court in case No. 11,504 and upo her failure so to do the. complain will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand and seal a Clerk oHsaid Court this Novetnbc 24, 1950. SJARVEY MORHIS, Clerk By Kuth Mageo. D.C. Oscar Fendler, atty. for pltf. William S. Rader, atty. for i litem. U|23-12:2-9- By ED CORRIGAN NEW YORK, Dec. 2. (IP>— This was last gasp day for college football in 1950. Except .for the post-season clashes, the sport just about has run its coursy. Four of the major powers still were In action, though—three of them tuning up for big bowl games, Oklahoma, the top team hi the nation, which will play Kentucky in the Sugar bowl,' tangled with its intrastale rlva), klahonia A and M, at Stillwater. Some 40,000 spectators, were on hand, but none was disposed to give tile Aggies much of a chance. Most showed up merely to watch Bud Wilkinson's powerlul outfit shoot conquest. for ILs 31st straight :d Price Named .onghorn Coach Steers' Lin* Tutor Steps Up to Succeed Retiring Blair Cherry AUSTIN. Tj'cx.p Doe. 2. (fl>)—The oulluvest Conference had Its fourth cw head football conch within a ear toclny. This lime It wos the (Highest syjul 61 all—Ihe Lfn(ver- ity of Texas, Quiet, slow-talking Ed Price, build- r ol tlcmendous Uncs. stepped up o succeed Blair Cherry, head coach or foili 1 years who Is retiring; Jan. 1 o the less nerve-wracking oil bus- ness. Even ns Price was named head mm of the Longhorns, Cherry WHS n a hospital suffering from ulcers. Pi'Ece told a reporter who warned lint he might have ulcers too: "You can get xilcers In any business." The new head conch takes over Jan. I on a two-year conlr&ct $12,000 per year. That's the dny Sherry officially steps out—after he las sent his LCHHI against Tennessee In the Cotton Bowl. •an outfielder Pete Reiser \vas| a C0 uple o j gncd today by the Pittsburgh Pites as General Manager Branch ickey started to build a lineup liich may not sutler inroads from le draft. It can't happen, this year, but assuming the Sooners get past Kentucky, they can start thinking of setting an all-time major college mark for consecutive victories. Penn won 34 in a row before the turn of the century, and Tennessee came out on top in 35 straight regular season games iff the 1930*s but tost season affairs in Reiser was recently released un- onditionally by the Boston Braves i a 10-year "man. Only a few days ago Rickey said e planned to mix some veteran layers with younger ones so the irates would not lose many men to le arm ^d forces. Apart from home run hitter alph Kiner, who still has a year o go on his S65.000 two-year con- act. Reiser is the first Pirate to ; jfgned by 1951. A-native of St. Louis where he till resides, Reiser is 30 years old, left-hand hitter and a right- and thrower. Though he batted nly .205 in 1950 he has an all- major league average of .29D. bet-ween. Army Favored Army and Navy went at each other before a full house of 100,000 in Pliiiadcl[]hia. The Cadets, nursing an unbeaten string of 28 in a row, were favored by 20 points—which would Indicate that Navy wasn't given much chance. Tennessee.. and Georgia, both 5uc Farm Clubs •ye Pensacola PENSACOLA, Fla., Dec. 2. (AP) —The Pensacola Chamber of Commerce is trying to find spring train- .ng facilities for the Pittsburgh Pirate farm clubs and the Little Rock Travelers. There is a prospect the baseball groups may hold their preseason v/armups her", said Paul Damon, chamber manager. Reactivation of idle navy training fields in this area has cut r^ossibie training site.s, Damon said. That reduced city prospects of taking care of the trainees. Housing; is another serious problem. heading for bowls—the Vols to the Cotton Bowl against Texas and the Bulldogs to the Presidential cup game against Texas A and M—also Hexed thiiir muscles. Tennessee had no easy Job, though, against Van- derbllt at Nashyille. Georgia met Georgia Tech. It wasn't so long ago that the Notre Dame-Southern California game was the one thg entire country watched .They played today and few were the fans who took notice. For the record Notre Dame showed a 4-3-1 record for tlie season's work and Southern Cat had done no better than 1-2-5. ' There nlsb were four minor bowl games on tlie schedule. At Miami, Florida A and M took on Wilberforce state In the Orange Blossom. Gustavus Adolphus plaved Abilene Christian in the Refrigerator nt Evnnsville, lud. in the Potato at Bakersfleld, Calif., Olympic Junior College met Bakersfleld Junior College, and at Pensacola, Fla.. the Paper Bowl matched Jacksonville 'A!a> Teachers against the Pensacola Cardinals. EDSON Continued from Paee 4 100-group plan came from retire Adm. Dewitt O. Ramsey, now pres idcnt of the Aircraft Inditslrt Assn. In testimony against the e> cess profits tax, before the Hoii: Ways and Means Committee, Ac miral Ramsey disclosed that the ii dustry was expecting plane produ tion to be stepped up from the present 2018 planes on order to 7785 for the coming year. One reason there have been no official statements an this subject is that all the Involved calculations necessary to balance air, ground and sea .forces have not been completed. But President Truman lias indicated that requests tor additional military funds will be presented to the laiiiE dnck se^fon ot Congress till-alter the new- Congress,meets in January. Principal immediate need for more money for the Air Force Is to meet price rises. Air Force Undersecretary John A. McCone testified on this subjcct'Just before Confress adjourned in September. Secretary McCone said then that increases in the prices of aluminum, copper, tin, rubber and other materials used in aircraft manufacture,'plus certain wage increases tlu-n in sight, would average out to an increase of from 7 to 8 per cent in plane costs. The present Air Force budget lor the fiscal year ending next June 30 to SQ billion, at this roughly $4,500,000,000 Is for procurement of 4-128 new aircraft. Eight per cent of this later figure would mean that the Air Force would need $360,000,000 more to complete the 58-group Air Force. .This Is. ot course, exclusive of the $2,278.000,000 for Naval aircraft and the $1,148,000,000 now authorized for for- Porkers Draw 127,000 at Home FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Dec. 2. (AP)—About 127,000 football fans watched the Arkansas, Razorbacks during their home game performances this, season. Tlic 1950 attendance at si* "home" games- was 14,000 above that of last year's home game performances. Figures on attendance; were announced yesterday by Bob Cheyne, public relations director' for University of Arkansas' Athletic Department, i Gamps played at Little Rock Women Share Booking on Wrestle Card iolland Teams Win Two Games Blytheville Frosh, Senior* Defeated In Opening Contest* Blytheville High School's two girls basketball leanis, the Squaws and the ninth, graders, got their 1950-51 seasons off to a slow start last night, losing two games to Holland, Mo., loams. The games were played nt Holland. The freshmen team, organized only- Ink year, dropped a 45-17 decision to the Holland ninth graders in the first game of the'twin. . bill and the Squaws were beaten 61-<4 In the nightcap. In the frosh game, DuVall of Holland led the scoring with 20 points while Burns and Crump each scored six to lead Blythevllle, Tile Squaws were handicapped by the difference in Misouri and Arkansas rules and were unable to stop Patterson, Holland's sharp-. shooting forward who racked up P points to lead the scoring. Jean Phillips led Blytheville with ' 18 points and Billic Presncll wa-s runner-up with 15. Schedule Arranged Coach v Donna Johnson has lined up a 10-gamc schedule for the Squaws and frosh this year. The . Blytheviile teams also will compels In an Invitational tournament at Wilson later this month. • . Tlie remainder of the schedule: Dec. 12 Holland here: Dec! 13-1S Wilson tournament; Dec. IB Leach- vllle there; Jan. 5 Wilson there; Jan. 19 Manila here; Jan. 23 Osceola there; Jan. 31 Luxora here; Feb. 1 Manila there; Feb. 9 Luxora there; Feb. 16 Lcachville here. , counted as home games. NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS OF ; EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS FILED Notice Is hereby given that during the month of November, 1950 the following accounts of Executors and Administrators have been fil- ed-lor settlement and confirmation In the Probate Court (or the Ohlcfci asiiwba District of Mlsslsslpp County, Arkansas and that such ac- couts wth their respective filing dales are as follows: i No. 1963. Estate of Solon Davis, ['deceased. First and Final report of George Davis. Administrator filed November 8. 1050 All persons interested In the settlement of, any ot the above estates are warned to file exceptions thereto if any have they on or before "the sixtieth day following,the filing o] Women wrestlers 'return to the Memorial Auditorium ring Monday night as »' part of the American Legion's double main event program. Millie Stafford and Carol Cook, a couple of hefty females, will tangle In R one hour time limit, two of three falls affair, that will constitute one-half of the Legion's big program. In the other half Tex Hlley and George Slrlckl&nd will square ofT In a. 90-mlnute time limit, best two of three falls duel. The appearance of Miss Cook and Miss Stafford here Monday night will mark the first time women wrestlers have performed here In several years. Several feminine rapplers were booked here during :he war years but there has been none since. Both Miss Cook, at 13S [>ounds, and-Miss Stafford, at 138, "are 'veteran grapplers. They have appeared recently in some of the larger cities of Ihe South where they received lop -blliiuK. Promoter Mike Meroney slated that the two women wrestlers were hooked for Monday night's card because the're has been sucli a great demand from the tans for the return of the fairer sex to the Legion's; program. Box scores! Holliml ros. Bljthtvlll* . (8f) Parrish . (15) Presnell , U8) Phillips . Hodgs' Button Jone.t Drewry (9) ..i. F.. Pattcrsor (42) F.. McArthur (6) McCrnry Childers DuVall .. Substitutions: Holla .id— Heath 1 , cart (4) and Choon. Blythevllle— Rhodes (3). Phaxton and Tedlock. .F.. a.. o.. o.. NOTICE OF NEW ESTATES , ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given thnt the • following Is K list of estates upon, which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were granted during Hie month of November, 1950 . with tile 'date o! the granting ol such letters and.the name and address of the executor or adminlstra- • tor: No'.' 1993.' Estate 'of" Jam'esTord, 1 from excepting to the accounts. Witness niy hand and seal as such Clerk and seal of said Court the respective accounts, failing, on tn[s the ]5t d of Decemb( , ri which they will be barred forever 10 c.. arate sqwnrirons and 27 National Guard groups. 1950 Elizabeth Blythe, County and Probate Clerk i2-2-cSc-3 deceased. Letters of Administration l!»ucd to B. E. Roberts, Blytheville,-: Arkansas on November 2, 1G50. '' No. 1999. Estate of Ollle V.-posey,-, ' deceased. Letters of Administration with will annexed . Issued to Gene Hlgglnbotham, Leachvllle, Arkansas on November 4, 1050. No. 2003. Estate of Don Edwarda, deceased. Letters of Adjninistra- tlon Issued to Ruth M. EdwardV Dlythevlllc, Arkansas on November : 2B. 1950 Witness my hand and seal a»-' such Clerk this the 1st day of December, 1950 Elizabeth Blythe, County and Probate clerk. 12 : 2-ck-> Arkansas A & M To Play Kentucky MAGNOLIA. Ark., Dec. 2. Wi— Big Wme basketball !s in store for . the Arkansas A. & M. Mulerlders. lucky tilt. Coach Elmer Smith,' who says his teams'. Is just about average, announced yesterday that the Agates will play the mighty Kentucky University team In Lexington, Dec. 27. Smith said his team as "not feel- Ing our oats, it's Just that we wanted to round out a road trip ot stiff opposition In that neighborhood." The ,\fulerfders meet Marshall College at Himtlngtnn, W. Va,. on Dec. 26. the night before the Ken- eign military assistance aircraft procurement. Incrtased Costs Mean Fewer IManes Asked to translate the Increased costs into terms ol how many planes the Air Force would lose, Secretary McCone said that If the whole $360,000,000 cut were taken in one typo of plane, the F-86 Jet it would mean 750 fewer planes by the end of 1051. Under the 69-group program, the heaviest expense for aircraft procurement was to be the s4.500.000,- 000 in the current fiscal year. Costs for next year, at pre-Korean prices, were to be $2.500.000,00:), then Jl,200,000.00 In 1953 and $2 billion In 1954. For the years after that, tn replacing worn out and obsolete aircraft, costs were expected to level off at about s2,8CO,OOn.OOO a. year. The 70-group Air Force was originally conceived by the President's Air Policy Commi.'ision to four groups of heavy (IJ-36) bombers, 10 groups of medium bombers, 11 groups of light bombers, tighter groups, 10 reconnaissance groups and 10 groups of troop carriers and transport aircraft. These figures do not Include some 22 eep- Ivan R. Van Patten No Longer Represents Arkansas Automobile Club AH persons owtn? for Insurance or membership, please payment Hired to Home Office, 115 Louisiana St., Little e send I : Rock. T BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Dec. 4 8:00 p.m. LADY WRESTLERS Adult* 50c—Children 15c MILLIE STAFFORD CAROL COOK For Reserved Seats, Call 3389 TEX RILEY vs. GEO. STRICKLAND . 9« Minute Time Limit, ffest 2 Out of > Falls You Reach More People Through the Want Ads Ad» placed before 9 a.m. will appeal same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS -

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