The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1968 · Page 7
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Bftftntt* (Ark.) Cwrtw Km - fcturiiy, April IT, IMi ~ PH> im« , . the veteran prOs .change their style during a round when they discover they are unconsciously violating the rule for hitting the ball. That's what happened to Mil- John Davis ler Barber, the "tour veteran frofn Sherman, Tex., in the John Davis Signs Up Connors State Junior College in Warner, Okla., will be John Davis' home for the next two years according to an announcement by basketball coach Ira Young of. Harrison High School. Young stated yesterday that the high scoring senior had signed a grant-in-aid full schol: arship at the 500-studeni insti- • tution earlier this week.^ According to his 1 coach, the ' Dragon standout will receive room, board, books and tuition as he becomes the first Arkan ^ san ever signed by the 'Sooner State school. • •*''** Davis, 6-3 and 165, posted a 29-point average for Harrison the past season as the Dragons registered the finest mark a Young-coached team Had ever produced. , . . . Davis was named to the Ark ansas Gazette's first annual Super Team' iri addition to his selection 'to the', Courier. News- Coaches All-Star squad. "I'm jiist as happy as I can , be for John," Young said, "and I can also' "announce that the '• coaching staff at Connors .is' very much interested in Cubie Lee Dixon as well." Dixpn was the^second leading scorer OrEtneVpragon squad as it raced' to its 20-9 overall record. ' Barber Shaves Texas Par By HAROLD V. DALLAS, Tex. AP) Even , ., $100,000 Byron Nelson Golf Classic Friday. His adjustment brought him into the lead at 36 holes with 13M' V « under P ar "I first realized that I had been hitting the ball at a slant and it was going to the right when I drove into the water on 14," said the balding 37-year- old. "So I started hitting it perpendicular and never had any trouble thereafter." Barber'bagged a six-foot birdie on 15 and got two more birdies on the front nine. He fired a two-under par 68 and took a one-stroke lead going into the third round over Jack tive course record of «5 In pulling into a second place tie with Harold Kenning of South Africa. Heniiirig had a 69 with a fabulous putting job getting him out of repeated trouble. He had Only 25 putts for the day. McGowan and Henning were tied at 136. Gary Player, another South African, who led the tournament after a first round had his troubles Friday, including three- putting from six feet for a bogey and, hitting a tree for another bogey. He managed only 71 and fell to a tie for fourth with Jack Montgomery, who shot par 70. Each hit 137. •Arnold Palmer continued to shoot good golf despite a painful hip injury and his 68 pulled him into a. tie'for sixth at 139 with Kefmit Zarley, who carded a 68.; •...,• . Bunched at 140 were Bill' Casper;- Jack Nicklaus, Dale Douglass and Kel : Nagle. Casper and Nicklaus fired 67s, Douglas. 68 McGowan, who set a : competi- j and N. agle 71 Friday. Villanova Within Reach Of Five Wins PHILADELPHIA. AP) — One mile runs, record-smashing victory already in hand, Villanova's runners make a bid today for an unprecedented five . relay triumphs in ihe 74th annual Penn Relays. Villanova won the distance medley relay on Friday's open ing program in 9:37.9, bettering its own record of 9:39.6. Coach Jumbo Elliott's team also qualified for the mile and sprint medley • finals and are strong contenders in the two and four- HUNTING and FISHING For once in a great many weeks, the breaks .seemed .to be going the fishermen's way last weekend. The river, which had been at a very high stage for several weeks, hit a pretty good level just in time for the .weekend fishermen. The wind wasn't exactly, ideal but for us hungry fishermen, 'it was something we could put up with and although it drizzled a little, it didn't come to its usual weekend deluge. Most ol the reports from this area reported the crappie were hitting mostly around the large trees just a few feet from the bank. They seemed ready to move into the low areas to spawn but the water temperature hasn't' reached the right notch yet and the falling water has made them a little unsure. : * * * ...i Several fishermen reported that when they changed from minnows to worms and crickets to fish for bream, they found the crappie were just as eager or more so to take the worms and crickets. There were several big hauls of bream and some extremely large ones reported last "week from such lakes as North Lake and Lost Lake at Brandywine among other lakes. The only trouble will be getting into tome of these lakes due to the rapid fall of th« river. * *' '* ,-j. Things have been so tough the last fevrweeks that wen James Williams,, the "slab- crappie" and "anti-pot-hole fisherman, tried his luck at bream fishing at North Lake. It's disgracing what *>m« people will stoop to. • '••'• * - * ; * Usually, when « fisherman heara • ttg splash near the bank, they automatically look that way to sea what sort tf fish aiad« tha noise. JW» tasl weekend then was a blj iplssh at Corona Lake but anyone nearby knew immedl- •tely It wasn't • fish. In fac« it W as Mrs. Ctalr Miller who had fallen out of their boat u she and her husband up, proached the landing-alter a dtf «t Hihinf. She said she slipped but : some of the nearby fishermen, suggested her husband might have pushed her or tipped the boat. After the first shock, Mrs. Miller was .very good natured about the incident and said it wasn't her first trip into the water from a boat. . "..."...' There was one consolation. The Miller family along with. Mr. and Mrs. Sain Godwin brought home, a real good catch of fish. * * * Harry's Boat pooh, east of Marion, Ark., "reports the crappie are biting fairly good. Mary Fincher and Edith Ulm, and Doc Brewer took along : their load of fishjng poles and seined up a good catch of. crappie there last week. Anyone fishing with as many poles as they should have to buy a seining license. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker reported a good catch of crappie at Midway, near Hughes, Ark., last week. * * * Kentucky Lake is the target for many of the area fishermen but there haven'.t been any real exciting reports from there up to now. * .*, .* About the time Big Lake got into pretty good shape several weeks ago, the gates were opened and the barrow pits were flooded and muddied. NOw that the lak* is getting down to a good level, the question is whether flu gates will be opened and all the water drained from the pits? I must say over the years there has always been a legitimate sounding answer as to why the gates wen opened or closed but it sun has not helped tha fishing aitwtion any. - :: - * * * The weather prediction for this weekend sounds aver to familiar. Rain and powlbla thundershowers. It's not going to stop mt. I'm'going to put on my rain suit and get with it anyway. It seems lately as U that'i the only way to H» hi anjr fishing Mint. Elliott passed up the 440 and 880-yard -relays as well as the 480-yard shuttle hurdles Friday to concentrate on five races he feels his boys can win. Ian Hamilton, Bob Whitehead, Frank Murphy and Dave Parick won the distance medley ver Harvard by 15 yards. An obstacle in Villanova's at- empt to win five is Rice's fine mile relay team. The defending tiampion Owls led the quali- iers', including Villanova. Johnon C. Smith, Western Michi; r an, Maryland State and Rut ers also reached the final. Craig Nation and Patrick join iamilton and Murphy for Vilanova in • the two4nile relay with Harvard and Michigan the main challengers. TQOM Donne y and Charley Nessenger team fith Hamilton and Murphy in te four-mile grind. Harvard 'ennessee and Miami of Ohio are. the chief contenders. Villanova's sprint medley earn led the qualifiers Friday with" -Army,." Tenhesseei Maryand State,.. Catholic U. and Fordham also in the field. Ides Friday. Robert Elliott Elliott Gets Scholarship Robert Elliott, all-conference gridder at Blytheville High Shcool in.'the 1967; season, has signed a four-year giant-in-aid scholarship at Davidson Col-, ;ege, Dayidsonj N.C. Shifted back to his more familiar lineman role last season by Coach'Bob Williams,. Elliott played a big part in the Chickasaws' offensive and defensive units. . ... . As a sophomore, Elliott had been used as noseman and performed more than adequately. However, Williams decided to use Robert's aggressive talents at fullback, primarily for blocking, in '66 and again he came through in fine fashion as the Chicks registered a 3-6 season's log. The 6-0, 205-pound senior missed parts of several contests last season due to injuries but Ms presence on the field was more than enough to earn him Ms All-East selection.' Davidson, founded in 1836 under religious auspices, now boasts of an enrollment of well over 1,000 students and approximately 100 faculty members. Its athletic teams compete in the Southern Conference and this past seaosn, the.'Davidson basketball squad drew season- long votes in the balloting for the ten best teams in the nation. - Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs.: John Q. Elliott. •, - Papooses Running Today By Frank Ellis Courier News Sports Editor Coach Jack Goodman is leading eight Blytheville Junior High School young men at the AAA East Junior Regional track championships today at Scott Field in Little Rock. Goodman and his eight hopefuls departed by station-wagon yesterday' afternoon and spent the night at the Alamo Plaza in the capital city. Forrest Heights Junior High School is serving as the meet host under the direction of Coach Raymond Peters. Wayne Smith, Ronnie Connell, Steve Beavers,. Glen Faught, Mike-Johnson and Ronnie Bisher, along with manager Jeff Emmert, make up the squad which will be competing against some of the top junior runners in the state. . ; High placing finishers in each 'event will qualify for the junior state, meet on-May. 3rd at.the same oval. . * .* * Smith will run in the 100-yard and serve as starter in the 440 relay. , ' , : Connell will follow him on the second leg of the 440 and run in the 220-yarder as well. Faught is entered in the 440 and 880 relays as third man with Beavers carrying the baton as anchor man in the same events. Johnson is the BJHS representative in the high jump and ;120-yard low hurdles while Bisher, an eighth grader who has thrown the discus an unofficial 140 feet will try his hand at that specialty. * * * Goodman said that he appre- iated the use of a car from lullivan Chevrolet furnishec hrough J..D. Widner and tha le expects to be back in Blythe 'ille by 7:30. RALEIGH, N.C. AP)-Betsy Rawls of Spa'rtanburg, S.C., took a two-stroke lead Friday in the opening round of the Ra^ leigh Ladies Invitational Golf Tournament with a 3-under-par 69.. ;SAN FRANCISCO AP) — Owner Franklin Mieuli of the uiuiiaiu aiou in uro uc lu . San Francisco Warriors said Four meet records were bro- Friday that Bill Sharman has ten and two tied under sunny resigned as coach of the National Basketball Association team. MAJOR LEAGUE STA N DING S Detroit .. loston .. Minnesota ialtimore Wash'n. .. New York Oakland .. Cleveland California Chicago American League W. t. Pet. G.B. 9 $ .750 — 4 5 & 6 6 8 7 9 10 .636 .615 .583 ,571 .538 .429 .417 .357 . .091 Friday's Results New York 5, Detroit « Chicago 3, Minnesota I Boston 6, Baltimore 3 Washington 5, Cleveland t innings Oakland 8, California 4 : Today's Games Detroit at New York Boston at Baltimore Cleveland at Washington Chicago at Minnesota Oakland at California, N Sunday's Games Oakland at California Chicago at Minnesota Detroit at New York, 2 Cleveland at Washington, I Boston at Baltimore, 1 Monday's Garnet Oakland at Detroit, N California at Cleveland, If Minnesota at Boston, N Only games scheduled St. Louis ... Los Angeles San Fran. .. Atlanta ..... Pittsburgh . Cincinnati « Chicago .... Phila'phia . Houston .... New York National League W. I* Pet. G.B. .714 .571 .538 .500 ,500 .429 4 .417 4 „.. . .385 '4% Friday's Results Cincinnati 3, New York 1 Chicago 3, Houston 2 Atlanta 3, Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 1 Los Angeles 4, San Fran. 1 Today's Games Los Angeles at San Francisco Houston at Chicago Philadelphia at Atlanta, N New York at Cincinnati, N Pittsburgh at St. Louis, N Sunday's Games Philadelphia at Atlanta ' Njew Vork at Cincinnati Los Angeles at San Francisco Pittsburgh.at.Sf. Louis Houston'at'Chicago; 2 • Monday's Games Atlanta at San Frincisco St. Louis at los'.Angeles, N Cincinnati at Houston, N .•Chicago at Pittsburgh, N •Only games scheduled 0 MEMBER BY BWIWITOII WTIOW1 SELECTED MOBTlCtANt THIS SYMBOL IS YOUR ASSURANCE OF THB HIGHEST IDEALS AND ETHICAL PRACTICES. IN BLYTHEVILLII ONLY COBB FUNERAL HOME MAY DISPLAY IT. COBB FUNERAL HOME RUN FOR YOUR LIFE-Two relay men of the several score who took part in the district 2-A championships at Gosnell yesterday were only steps apart as they moved hurriedly along in their attempt to add furth- er points to the totals of their respective team. First and second place finishers in each event;-' qualified for the state meet next Saturday at Little Rock. (Courier News Photo by King) . ~ Like Old Man River, He Just Rolls Along iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii MINORS— mn iiiiiioiiiiniiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League No games scheduled Pacific Coast League Tulsa 3, Denver 0 Okla. City 1, Phoenix 0, 10 in tags • . Seattle 5, Portland 2 Vancouver 6, Tacoma 2 San Diego 3, Indianapolis 2 Spokane 1, Hawaii 0 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bos- ion's player : Coach Bill Russell continues to give demonstrative .essons in basketball with the latest providing his club a 2-1 championship playoff edge over Los Angeles'. . : Russell's defense and the team's hot shooting which saw four Celtics, including Big Bill, hit 20 points or more, brought a 127-119 victory Friday night before a throng of 17,011 at the Forum. The -partisan Los Angeles crowd saw Boston build an 18- point edge and then battle to thwart a fourth-quarter rally which brought the Lakers within three. "Larry Siegfried played his greatest game as a Celtic," said Russell. "John Havlicek also played a great game and Bailey Howell did a fine job on Elgin •Baylor." The coach didn't mention his own 25 points, 16 rebounds, nine assists. and the many Laker shots he blocked, but that per formance by the 33-year-old superstar proved the deciding factor. The triumph on the Laker court provides Boston with the advantage going into Sunday night's fourth game here. "They outshot us, they outre- wunded us, they blocked more hots and they got more second shots," said Laker Coach Bill 'an Breda Kolff. Jerry West paced the Lakers with 33 points and Baylor had 28, but the latter was held to only four in the first half as Bosone point the Celtics outscored Los Angeles 24-4 and that bulge INTERESTED IN DEMOLAY? Young men 14 through T9 years. Fathers MEETING Motfl9ri Masonic Temple - 200 E. Davis Monday, April 29th - 7:30 P.M. Want Good Machine Work Want Good Engineering Want Honest Advice COME TO— BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway PO 2-2911 Manufacturing end Mochin* Worfct SEED BEANS • REGISTERED DAVIS • CERTIFIED DAVIS • REGISTERED HILL REGISTERED; LEE BLYTHEVILLE SEED CO. PHONE PO 3-6856 or PO 3-1137 couldn't bs overcome. ;i - Eoston's scoring proved the versatility of the attack wttff Havllcek contributing 27, Siegfried 26, Russell 25, Sam Jones 20 and Howell 17. ; In the American Basketball Association, Pittsburgh and New Orleans take their final playoff back to Pittsburgh Sat^ in-day night, tied 2-2 in the best- of-7 set. Call No. 48$ Charter No. 14389 National Bank Region No. 8 Report of Condition of The First National Bank in Blytheville in the State of Arkansas, at the close of business on April IS, 1968 published in response lo cad made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. p • ASSETS " f; Cash, balances with other.banks, and cash items in : process of collection ,: $ 2,217,792.91' United States Government obligations 2,479,189.64; Obligations of States and political subdivisions 3,862,429:23. Securities of Federal-agencies and corporations....',. 579,968;7j; Other Securities ,,.. .., 45,000;flp; Loans and discounts ,..;.:..,.. ,..'., 9,842,075^7; Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other.. ^ assets representing bank premises : .;.; :. i'. •' 467,710,92 Other assets .;................. 219,3«3K; TOTAL ASSETS '.' $19,713,508f78: : . ' LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $8,087,587.31 Time and savings deposits of individuals, -partner- .ships, and corporations '... 7,113,261,17 Deposits of United States Government 118,072."15 Deposits of States and political subdivisions, 1,131,389.42 Deposits of commercial banks .,...'......... 316,511.73 Certified and officers' check!, etc , 89.817.fi6 TOTAL DEPOSITS $16,855,639.64 c Total demand deposits $9,742,378.47 :; Total time and savings deposits $ 7,113,261.17 . ',', Other liabilities ,; 701,564.71 TOTAL LIABILITIES „„...,....,..., .$17,557,204.35 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,Common stock—total par value $ 400,000.00 No, shares authorized 40,000 No. shares outstanding 40,000. Surplus . '• 1,100,000.00, Undivided profits - 656,304.4J TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....- $ 2,156,304.'4S, TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $19,713,508.78 MEMORANDA Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of $ 180,886.70 I, Harvey A. Stegall, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. HARVEY A, STEGALL We, the undereigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us- and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and corrects ' B. M. BBGENOLD -"" ! EUGENE! F. STILL •'ALEX S; HILL, Directors. PLANTS INDIVIDUALLY POTTED TOMATOES Bif Boy, Rutfara, Break of Day, Earllnm... 12iU c, PEPPERS »r™.... «HV YARD PLANTS ....»„. $1.00 „„= CAULWUMS 75U **w McADAMS GREENHOUSES 20(8. DAVIS , PH

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