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WILT AND IN GEAR: Intimidate Celtics By RALPH BERNSTEIN Associated Press Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA (AP) Someone in the Philadelphia 76ers' dressing room asked if K.C. Jones had ''Hal Greeri- tus." Greer, the 76ers' sharp-shooting jump shot artist, laughed heartily, then cautioned, ''don't get him mad. This series isn't over yet." The by-play took place after Die 7(jers frounced the Celtics 127-113 to take a 1-0 lead in the bcsl-of-7 final playoff scries in the National Baskcltball Association's Eastern Division. * * * The learns play game No. 2 at Boston on Sunday. San Francisco, leading 1-0, plays St Louis at home tonight in the second game of the Western Finals ] For several years now, some sources have charged that Greer chokes up when he faces Boston and its dynamic, little guard, K.C. Jones. They'll have to get a new book on the matchup. Greer has scored 76 points against the Celtics the last two times he has faced them. He collected 39 Friday night to lead an awesome Philadelphia assault »n the famed Boston defense. While Greer was pumping in 20 foot jumpers, Wilt Chamberlain demoralized the Celtics inside. The 7-foot-l Most Valuable Player of the NBA scored 24 points, but more important, he grabbed 32 rebounds, handed out 12 assists and blocked a dozen Boston shots. The 76ers romped to a 66-49 lead, increased it to 25 points at one stage of the second half and coasted home. RACES AT OSCEOLA SUNDAY New Cars Waiting to Go 'Memphis Bids* No Players Signed Yet By JACK STEVENSON Associated Press Sports Writer OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Louisville, Ky., joins the American Basketball Association with a franchise owned by an heiress end her husband. A 12th city is expected to be added before the weekend is over. Some of the clubs in the new professional endeavor may also announce some coaching appointments. John DeVoe of Indianapolis, Ind., denied the club made a big offer to the Detroit Piston's Tom Van Arsdale. Oakland Is negotiating with Bruce Hale University of Miami, Fla., coach and father-in- law of San Francisco Warrior star Rick Barry. Those were development* t the ABA meeting which continues here through Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gregory head the corporation awarded the Louisville franchise. Mrs. Gregory, 22, is the former Masie R. Reynolds, daughter of the late Mrs. Evalyn Walsh McLean Reynolds and North Carolina Sen. Robert Reynolds. * * * Mikan said Denver, Colo., Atlanta, Memphis, Tenn., Cleveland, and Milwaukee, Wis., groups have bid for franchises. Mikan said, "Some of the clubs have already signed coaches but want to make the announcements in their home cities." The commissioner said rules will be set later but he personally favors three-points for field oals made from outside 25 feet. Asked if any of the clubs had signed players, the commissioner replied, "No one has reported a signing to me." Each club must post a $50,000 performance bond today and another of a like amount on May 1. Mark Einstein of the New York franchise said the league office "is being funded in excess of $2 million to guarantee com- mittments made by each club to field a team and abide by all committments. Trovs Victors By ED HAYES, Sports Editor * - Slock car racing fans had (heir favorite cars last year but they might have a difficult lime trying to recognize the vehicles this season. , "Just about everybody has built new cars,' reports Uon Morris, track manager at Osceoia Speedway. "They haven't had 'em out on the track yet. It should be something to see how they're going to handle 'em all." Owners and drivers are due to get their chance Sunday afternoon in Osceoia for the opening session of the new season. Morris said he's looking for supermodified cars from Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi and widely scattered portions of Arkansas. * + + "And I'm sure there'll be plenty of C cars," he added. "Everybody I've talked to has their cars ready." Expected to draw the most interest in the C division is the car reportedly driven by veteran Buford Ward. It's a Racing Gnu BMtttff full-bodied vehicle, built by Billy Sellers and Jackie Dyer in Gosnell. And the track? "It's real smooth," Morris said. "If it doesn't rain tomorrow, it looks like the track will be in real good shape. "We've buried tires around the infield to eliminate the problem of those drivers who cut too far inside." * * * Sunday afternoon time trials are at 12:45, races at 2:30. Admissions are $1.50 for adults, 50 cents for children 6-12. The Osceoia races are to shift to Friday nights May 5. Flagman is Jack Holmes. Races at Blytheville Speedway are to commence Sunday night, May 7,. Meanwhile, the Osceoia track manager is glancing skyward, praying for a dry track and expecting a full house. REACH FOR THE SKY!-It's no holdup. It's Yogi Berra going through some exercises at the New York Mets training camp in St. Petersburg. Who said coaches don't work? ASU Cultivates Wheaton JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) — event being only eight-tenths of * Archer Sharper* Can't Get Ga. Off His Mind By KEN ALYTA Associated Press Sports Writer GREENSBORO, NC (AP) George Archer is leading the Greater Greensboro Open Golf Tournament, but he can't get Georgia off is mind Specifically, Augusta, Ga, and the Masters Tournament opening next Thursday were in his thoughts as he took a two- stroke lead into today's third round of the $125,000 GGO A record-matching 64 Friday gave him a record-setting 131 for 36 holes and the 6-foot-6 Californian has virtually assured himself of a place in the Mas- "THE BRAT' — Dale Bratton pauses on his way to "work" outside Shamrock Lanes. The Burdette coach is; entered in the Mississippi County Bowling Association tournament at Shamrock this weekend. There is no admission charge for spectators. Bratton recently won the KTA monthly traveling tournament at Metropolis, 111. (Courier News Photo) World Record in Sprint Medley Ryun, Mates Zing Along! ters. Two * places to be filled. They go to the uninvited professionals with the best ivinter tour performance Archer led the top contenders as play began in this event, and his 67-«4 start has about wrapped up ;he coveted invitation. He became eligible for the 1964 Masters as a result of reaching the 1963 US Amateur semifinals, but lost that opportunity when hfi turned pro in January, 1964. Archer put together a pair of 32s Friday to equal the Greensboro Open record over the 7,000- yard, par 36-35—71 Sedgefield Country Club Course His 11-un derpar score for 36 holes was two under the tournament mark Archer finished his round on the front nine Friday and wound up in a flourish with a eagla three of his final hole A No. 4 wood second shot from a downhill lie left him a three-foot putt for the eagle * * • * Earlier he had strung together four successive birdies Johnny Pott, two-stroke leader after the first round, shot to 68 for second place at 133, one shot ahead of Dave Stockton, who fashioned his second 67 Defending champion Doug Sanders, who has been making hay on the par three holes, shot 68 for 135 and fourth place. Five of the seven shots he has shaved from par have come on the par threes AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) — Jim Ryun, lanky distance running wonder of the Kansas Jay- hawks, spearheaded his team to a world's record in the sprint medley relay, then looked for new heights to climb today in the closing session of the Texas Relays * * * Ryun vies with Randy Matson, the Texas Aggie giant, for top individual honors but will do it with stints in the four-mile and two-mile relays. His half- mile in the sprint medley Fri- Arkansas State University com- a second off the fastest time TAMPA, Fla. (AP)-The Arkansas Travelers jumped on'piled 114 points here Friday to | ever run in the state. Ricky four Knoxville pitchers for 10 hits to grab a 5-1 exhibition baseball victory here Friday. The Travelers pushed across two runs in tfie first inning and were never behind. Joe DiFabio worked three innings to pick up the victory. a dual track meet witfi I Richardson of State College Wheaton College of Illinois. owns the best time. The Illinois school won only Giersberg's winning 880 time two of 17 events and finished!was 1:53.9. Wheaton's two vic- with 27 points. jtories came in the 440 relay The Indians' Bob Giersberg (43.4) and in the 120 high hur- ,won the two-mile and 880 runs dies which Dave Wardell won iwith his 9:07.4 in the two-mile!in 15.2. Gypsy Welter Beats Champ 'Oddball' Can Fight By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Wriicr NEW YORK (AP) - Gypsy Joe Harris is a clown. And he can fight too, as he showed in besting welterweight champion Curtis Cokes in a non-title 10- rounder Friday night. But the unbeaten 22-year-old Philadelphia oddball is not another Henry Armstrong or Beau Jack or Kid Gavilan as his admirer* claimed. Not yet, anyway. Give the long-armed gnome time and he may be up With them. The brawny, S-foot-Sli c«msr made a lot of unorthodox | Harris who wound up an 8-5 fa- | moves, spinning like a top at vorite at fight time, times, and he apparently befud- * * * died the seasoned, 29-year-old champion from Dallas, Tex., through the first half of the fight. In the second half, Gypsy Joe clowned more and fought less. Cokes showed some fast hands and firepower in the last half, especially in the final two blazing rounds when they stood toe-to-toe and slugged away. For Cokes it was the old story of loo little and too late, an'l the unanimous decision went to The slender, 5-foot-9 champion earned $9,000 for his Madison Square Garden debut and suffered his first defeat in two years. His record is 45-9-3. He also got a strenuous workout for his title defense against France's Francois Pavilla in Dallas May 19. Harris, 17-0 in 28 months of pro fighting, collected bout $5,000 from the gate of $25,000 paid by 7.01)0 including big Philadelphia (r*up. just 12 seconds short of his pending world record in the open halfmile Matson, who set a new intercollegiate record in the discus with a throw of 201 feet, 1 inch Friday, goes after his own world record of 70-7'A in the shot today Twenty-four events were on top for the afternoon's windup session, with Ralph Boston, world record holder in the broad jump at 27-4% inches appearing in an invitational against four competitors who have surpassed day night was 1:46.1, which !sl26 feet this season IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICK OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS The Board of Commissioners of Sewer Improvement District No. 5, of Blytheville, Arkansas, Plaintiffs vs. No. 17153 Certain lots and tracts of land which are delinquent for Sewer Assessments due Sewer District No. 5 for the year 1966, Defendants. NOTICE OF PENDING SUIT All persons having a claim and interest in any of the following described lands are hereby notified that suit is pending in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain improvement district assessments due to Sewer Improvement District No. 5 of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, for the year 1966, on the following list of lands, the names of each supposed owner having been set opposite, and the amount of costs accrued prior to the publication of this notice, and not including the cost of this publication on each tract:— NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF SUPPOSED OWNERS OF PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN $50,000 'Cap Ar Oaklawn HOY SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) Earl Allen's Swift Ruler and Marion H. Van Berg's Mike's Red Head a field of 13 in today's 14th running of the $50,000 added Oaklawn Handicap. Defeated only twice in 10 lifetime outings at Oaklawn, Swift Ruler will have top impost of 123 pounds, conceding four to Mike's Red, in the 1 1-16 mile feature, which could mean $35,460 to the winner. In Friday's feature race. W. A. Lofton's Winamac scored a half-length victory over Cap'n Shorty. Winamac returner! $5.20, $3.20 and $2.40. Cap'n Shorty paid $3 and ?2.60 and Old Rivers showed for $4. Dabney Crump's Dr. Beware] and The Askew Stable's Frans Steed combined daily double. for a $18.20 COURIER NEWS , April 1 test iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiniiiiiiiiiii Mamie Jones Marshall RFD No. 8 Box No. 932 Pine Bluff, Arkansas Joseph Miller, M. D. 1118 Craft Road Memphis, Tennessee Addie Bell Doyle 1028 S. 15th Street City Bethena Williams RFD No. 3 Box No. 48 Steele, Missouri Minnie Green 1803 Jackson Street City John H. and Marie Moore 211 West Roosevelt City B & P Inc., General Delivery City Horace & Willie Smith General Delivery City Annie & Eslelle Smith 6053 Mable Avenue St. Louis, Missouri Evelyn and Helen Sharp c/o Midway Store RFD No. 3 Osceoia, Arkansas Willie Mary Hall 2739 Thomas Street St. Louis 6, Missouri Frank C. and Betty H. Peel North Fifth Street, City Nancy Jones 1220 S. Clark, City Talents, Inc., General Delivery, City Jeffie Qrr c/o Jeff Orr RFD No.. 1 Box No. 299 Luxora, Arkansas Walter Powell RFD No. 1 Box No. 350 Charleston, Missouri Jim & Lela Brocks RFD No. 2 Box No. 31 City Willie Burns & Arehto Lee Smith General Delivery City Lot No. 8 Block No. 1 H. R. Aiken Sub Div. $24.71 S 46' Lot No. 8 Sam Barnes Addn., $23.39 Lot No. 8 Blk No. 2 Brawley Addn., $24.70 Lot No. 15 Blk "A" Ed B. Cook Sub., $23.83 Lot No. 2 in Block No. 8 Elliott Addn. $24.99 Lot No. 3 in Blk No. 8 Elliott Addn., $19.93 Lot No., 12 Blk No. 8 Elliott Addn., $19.98 Lot No. 11 Blk No. 9 Elliott Addn., $19.98 Lot No. 7 Blk No. 10 Elliott Addn., $19.93 West 125' Lot No. 1 Blk No. 2 Fail-view Addn., $23.83 Lot No. 9 Blk No. 3 Fulgham Addn., $19.82 W 400' S 275' N 8/27 Ac. S'/z SE SW Section 15-15-11 $29.00 Lot No. 10 Larry 1st Addn. $24.11 Lot No. 16 Larry 1st Oddn., $19.82 Lot No. 24 Larry 2nd Addn. $20.31 Lot No. 55 Larry 4th Addn., $19.82 Lot No. 30 Larry 5th Addn., lot No. 10 Lee Addn., $24.11 The View from Hert ED HAYES * * * I DON'T KNOW. Reckon I'll have to go along with the 23-year-old deck sweeper Rick Hall as I shop around trying to pick an all events winner in the men's bowling tournament at Shamrock. Picking Rick is like putting your money on the ole time Yankees. Rick, in league action, has a thumping 198 average. They say you can throw the form sheet away at tournament time but I'll take my chances. In my book Rick is also the sentimental favorite. H he wins, he'll probably be the last to know about it because he'i due for induction into the Air Force next Thursday, and th« tournament is a two weekend job. * * * In the doubles event, Rick has chosen another 23-year-old as his partner, Dale Bratton. ' Dale, who coaches at Burdette and plans to return next semester, merely hauls a 190 average around. These two possibly could do better fay choosing other partners, since their handicap amounts to almost zero, but that's the way Rick wanted it in his farewell effort and Dale was willing to go along. * * * DWIGHT WILLIAMS, BHS BASKETBALL COACH, WAS willing to sit down Thursday and discuss the new rule that prohibits the dunk shot and the other regulations but he really hasn't had time to study the changes. Early this week his son Mark, 9, was clipped in the eye with a B-B gun pellet that ricocheted off a wall, and Dwight was shaken up. Mark, too, naturally. R appears permanent damage has been done to the eye. * * * FOUR-DOT DATA: Grady Smith has resigned as basketball coach at Puxico. It's reported that Gene Wilfong takes over .... Joe Pepitone of the New York Yankees says he prefers center field over first base. He says flashy first basemen are taken for granted but "the fans really notice" that good catch or that good throw by centerfielders .... Blytheville's Jimmy Green, right fielder and cleanup hitter at Arkansas State U has been sidelined by an injured ankle .... Anyone want to sell his automatic baseball pitcher? Blytheville's American Legion post is in the market for one. Men's Hair Styling Coloring Hair Pieces Professional Service Featuring the Natural Look Phone PO 3-9786 For Appointment (Wed. & Thurs.- GENE PIERCE GENE PIEBCE'S BARBER SHOP 106 South First Blytheville, Arkansas Lot No. 3 Jack Michell Addn., $30.87 Carrie Eddings 2013 Harmon Street City Robert & Frances Clark 808 S. 15th Street City Charles & Elizabeth Frazier, P. 0. Box No 934, City Dina Givans c/o Fred Williams P.O. Box ftp. 1072 City Ora Bass 1703 W. Freeman Street City Charles Bedford 1743 Charline Street City Allie & 0. C. Johnson 2145 W. Lake, Apt. No 511 Edwin Robinson Addn., Chicago 12, Illinois Lot No. 19 Blk No. 2 Wilson 1st Addn., Block No. 2 Lot No. 3 J. L. O'Steen Addn., Lot No. 10 in Block No. 2 J. L. O'Steen Addn. Lot No. 4 Blk No. 2 Rebecca Patterson Sub Lot No. 12 Blk No. 4 Edwin Robinson Addn. Lot No. 4 Blk No. 13 Edwin Robinson Addn., Lot No. 3 Blk No. 18 Christian Relief Club General Delivery City Horace & Ella Gray Lot No. 3 Blk No. < 5511 Ruthelene Wilson 1st Addn., Los Angeles, California Virginia Caldwell Jackson Lot No. 9 Blk No. 4 General Delivery Wilson 1st Addn., City Joseph H. Miller M.D., 220 South Claybrook Memphis, Tennessee $25.28 $24.71 $24.11 $23.83 $24.11 $34.61 $19.9J $19.91 S 18%' E 105' Lot No. 2 Blk No. 9 and E 105' Lot No. 3 Blk No. 8 Wilson 1st Addn., Jessie and Willie Mae Allen Lot. No. 4 Blk No. 9 4932 S. Parkway Wilson 1st Addn., Apt No. 5 Chicago 15 Illinois Joseph H. Miller, M.D., Lot No. 5 Blk No. 9 220 South Claybrook Wilson 1st Addn., Memphis, Tennessee George and Bill Wilson Lot No. 6 Blk No. 9 General Delivery Wilson 1st Addn., City Ivan Williams Lot No. 14 Blk No. 2 626 Beale Street Wilson 2nd Addn., City Carrie Jones Lot No. 15 Blk No. 2 936 S. 15th Street Wilson 2nd Addn., City William M & Kathleen Lot No. 2 Blk No. 6 Lewis Wiison 3rd Addn., General Delivery City Joseph H. Miller M. D. Lot No. 1 Blk No. 7 220 South Claybrook Wilson 3rd Addn., Memphis, Tennessee All persons and corporations interested in said lands ar« hereby notified that they are required by-law to appear within four (4) weeks and make defense to said suit, or the same will then be taken as confessed and final judgment wili be entered, directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said assessments, together with the penalty and costs allowed by law. All lols and parcels of land listed herein are in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. GERALDINE LISTON Chancery Court Clerk Mississippi County, Arkansas By Donna DiCicco, D. C. Marcus Evrard Title Insurance Bldg., 118 West Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Sewer District No. 5 of Blythevill*. (SEAL) I/2S-4/J $24.3$ $24.49 $19.93 $23.39 $24.00 $24.99 $20.09

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