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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1953 BI/VTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Minnesota, Tulane Lay Claim to Cage Prowess By BEN PHLECAR NEW YORK (AP) — Minnesota and Tulane, better known as football powers, clam ored for national basketball attention today with three-game winning streaks and victories over the fourth and fifth-ranking teams in the country. The Gophers from Minneapolis edged Oklahoma A&M, No. 4, 5766 last night for the Aggies' first defeat, and Tulane tripped Kansas, voted No. 5 on the strength of being last season's NCAA runner- up, 69-65. Both of the losers were playing away from home and it was the opening game of the winter for Phog Allen's Jayhawks. 42 Fouls The University of Louisville was charged with 42 fou\s and lost a rough-and-tumble contest to Siena victory. Undefeated Both Minnesota and Tulane are unbeaten in three games. North Carolina State scored the first collegiate victory in four years over the Phillips 66 Oilers in a 67-65 double overtime .thriller at Raleigh, N. C. Vic Molpdet scored 15 for the college boys! Dick Boushka, St. Louis University's brightest star since the days of Ed Macauley, broke his own school scoring record with 38 points as the Billikens whipped Alabama 82-68. at Albany, N. Y., 78-71, its first defeat of the season. De Paul of Chicago ran its wi/i- Minnesota caught up with the I ning streak to five by swamping Oklahomans after trailing by six \ Manchester College of Indiana 82- points at the half. Buzz Bennett 59. Boston College won its fourth moved from his usual guard spot]in a row, 62-47, over stonehill. Into the pivot in the second half Temple, beaten only by Kento spark the Gophers' comeback, i tucky, outclassed Lehigh 60-48 He scored 20 points. Notre Dame used its full 13-man At New Orleans Bobby Delpit, squad in a 72-45 rornp over the a 5-9 midget among the Giants, and University of Detroit. The Univer- Hal Cervini ignited a fourth-quar- sity of Oregon waltzed over Portter rally that carried Tulane to | land 02-73. Attendance Holds Own NEW YORK Wi — Major 'college football attendance for 1953 was unchanged from a year ago — bui only because the big powers dreu large crowds—an Associated Press survey showed today. The figures covered the home games of all major conference teams and large independents. The over-all attendance was up, but the increase was so small that It was negligible. The significant aspect of the survey was that teams like Notre Dame, Southern California, Maryand and Minnesota kept the attendance at major games on an even keel. The first American lightweight boxing champion was Abe Hicken. He held the crown from 1868 to 1872. Busy Lane. Bargain Hunting In National Gets Marshal By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN CHICAGO (AP) — Rebuffed in his own American League trading marts General M ' PAGE SEVEN OLD PRO—Peter H. Cameron displays a six-point buck he shot near Whittemore, Mich. At 101, he,is the oldest deer hunter in Michigan, if not in the world. (NEA) Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fall River, Mass—Harold Gomes, 124, Providence, knocked out Stoney Godet, 128, Hartford, Conn., Detroit—Ken Hammer, 190, De- roit, stopped Noel "Bull" Reid, 130, London. 5. Newark, N. J.—Danny Rubino, 58, Hoboken, stopped Joe Serafini, .56, Newark, 4. To get the 32-year-old southpaw swinger from the Cincinnati Red- legs, Lane yielded three players —Saul Rogovin, a 30-year-old right- handed pitcher, and infielders Rocco Krsnich and Connie Ryan. All four players had to be waived on in their own league before the trade. Together in Atlanta Marshall, a teammate of Sox Manager Paul Richards at Atlanta In 1940 and 1941, has led a fairly successful nomadic life in the ma- jurs. He was bought by the New York Giants in 1942 before entering the service for three years. He returned to the Giants in 1947 and reached his slugging peak by slamming 36 homers, driving in 107 runs and batting .291 that season. He was traded to the Boston Braves in 1950 and in .1952 was sold to Cincinnati. Last season in 122 games he hit 17 homers, 14 doubles and 6 triples while batting .266 and driving in 62 runs. Richards has been on the prow! for a front-line third baseman without avail. Marshall may add enough left field to third, in case Cass Michaels proves inadequate. Three Records Michaels, 21, a utility inflelder, was purchased earlier this week from the Philadelphia Athletic:.. Rogovin's departure leaves Richards with one less problem. Afte: compiling 12-8 in 1951—leading the league in earned run average with 2.78—and posting 14-9 in 1952, Rogovin collapsed. Last season he dropped to 7-12 and his ERA shot to 5.22. Krsnich, 25, was always weak at the plate but compensated with Johnny Vcinder Meer Is Back with Richmond RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ Old Johnny (Double No Hit) Vander Meer is coming back to the Class B Piedmont League he left 17 years ago for the major leagues. The onetime wizard of the Cincinnati pitching staff Is going to manage the Richmond Colts in 1954. Grinning like a rookie, he said "I'm tickled to death to get the chance in Richmond." Vander Meer, now 39, hopes that when he leaves the Piedmont League this time, he'll go back to the majors—as a manager. The guy who pitched two successive no-hit, no-run games for Cincinnati back in 1938 explained exactly what he expects of a ball club, Must Hustle "I expect to have a hustling ball club that won't let down the fans," he said. "Im not a fellow who will put up with players who aren't » in shape. "I don't ask them to do any- th'lng that I won't do. If I tell them to run, I'll run with them. Toe- many 'good fellow' managers don't last. My players will have to toe the line, or out of town they go." Vander Meer said he realized he was coming into a hot spot in taking over the Mustangs, the last- place club in 1953. He knows the fans here are disappointed over failure of the city to gain a berth in the Class AAA International League, and he's heard of the verbal fights former managers have had with owner Eddie Mooers. No Trouble "I've known Mr. Mooers from the time I played In the Piedmont," he said. "I've been playing ball for some 24 years and never have had any trouble *ith my manager or club owner. "I know I've got a job to do. Mr. Mooers will be my boss. He knows baseball, and he knows what he's going to expect. I aim to do my job, and I know that that is what Mr. Mooers expects of me." Vander Meer managed Burlington, Iowa, In the Class B league last year. The team finished last In the eight-team circuit. Vander Meer did some pitching, mostly in relief, and had a 5-4 record. He'll pitch for Richmond, too. his glove. His defensive ability slumped along with his batting in 1953. He batted .202 in 64 games. Ryan, a veteran of 33. was bought last August from the Phillies as an infield stopgap. He hit .222 in 17 games with the'Sox. Iowa Players To North Team MIAMI. Fla. I/B — The North add- two Iowa players today for its Christmas night Shrine benelit football game in the Orange Bowl against a picked team from Southern colleges and universities. Bill Fenton, Iowa captain in 1952 and a standout end. and halfback Dusty Rice, who made 10 touchdowns lust season, were the latest additions. Fenton will team with Ed Pence, Kansas State's wingman, and Ken Buck, College of Pacific end. Grid Giants After Coach Steve Owen Quits After 23 Years NEW YORK ifi — The New York Giants were In the market for a new head coach today, one they hope will restore them to the lop rung in the National Football League. The search began late yesterday, when Steve Owen announced his retirement afier 23 years at the club's helm. He will remain with the organization as the hbad man In an necessary. expanded scouting system. An unconfirmed report had It that Vinnie Lombard!, former Fordham star nnd now backfleld coach it Army under Earl Blalk, would get the Job. Giant President Jack Mara declined to discuss the prospective candidates but he did say the new man would be appointed in time to attend the league meetings next month. Owen's resignation doesn't become effective until after Sunday's game with the defending champion Detroit Lions at the Polo Grounds. A victory for Detroit will give It another Western title, but should the Lions lose and San Francisco triumph over Baltimore, the clubs will be tied and a play-off will b .88 .88 .15 .88 .88 1.13 .15 M .25 .25 .35 7.50 3.00 .50 to Blythertlle 1.88 .75 .13 IN THE CHA.VCERlf COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSA CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OP DIRETORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT PLAINTIFF vs. No. 12349 FLOYD DENSMORE, 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 25th day of June, 1953, by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County (Chickasawbi District), Arkansas, in the following cause, to-wit: Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee District, vs. Floyd Densmore, Et Al, And Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots and Blocks, No. 12349 will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at the fron door of the Courthouse in the City of Blytheville, Mississippi County Arkansas, on the 29th day of December, 1953, within the hours prescribec by law for judicial sales, the following described real estate: Part of Section Township Fifteen (15) North, Ranje Eight (8) East VI. E. Staudenmeyer SE'i SE',1 2 40 $10.00 $2.50 Same NE!4 SE'i 2 40 10.00 2.50 Bill and Mary Lampion S. 70 ft. SE'i NW'/i, E. of Honey Cypress Slough 5 Lot 3.00 .75 E. Staudenmeyer , SW!i NE',1 9 40 10.00 2.50 Same NEK NEU 9 40 10.00 2.50 Frank Barnes Lot 3 NEV1 NWU 16 Lot 1.00 .25 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Nine (9) East M. J. McCann Lot. 5 SW',i NWVS 32 Lot 3.00 .75 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Ten (10) East ialcon Wells WVi SE'i SWV1 32 20 5.00 1.25 Township Fifteen (151 North, Range Eleven (II) East C. C. Thompson N. 75 ft. of E. 190 ft. Si, Lot 4 of E. 14 acres, of NEW SWU 10 Lot 1.50 .38 35 Dr. N. G. Jerome E. 206 ft. of S. 152.52 ft. of N. 808.54 feet, S. of Ry. and W. of Highway, NE14 SW'/ 4 t.25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 18 Lot 9.00 2.25 .25 5 id I efl K $£ X #3 ag & £••0 g« 1? Lucile E. Tillman Allison Addition to Blytheville 8 I 3.50 ,25 it's Easier, Faster, Safer to bank by auto D. C. Jefferson ,, 2 4 3.50 Thomas Gardner 10 5 3.50 Mary Harris 3 7 3.00 Sam Birnes Subdivision to Blytheville I. E. Parkhurst S.40 ft. of N. 100 ft 2 3,50 D. A. Smith S. 60 ft. 2 3.50 Ban-on le Lilly Addition to Blytheville James V. Burton 7 D 4.50 Brawley Addition to Blytheville Jerry Cole 20 1 4.50 US J5 T.. M. Bryan Addition to Blytheville Eddie R. Anderson 21 5 1.00 .25 M Bugg Addition to Rlytheville Mrs, M. G. Ingram 6 11 J. P. RamtX) 3 12 Vettrus Davidson 6 14 Chicniro Mill & Lumber Company's Third Addition Vettrus Davidson 3 3 3.50 .88 .25 Cook & Wilson Addition to Blytheville C. W. Wilson S. 30 ft. 3 4.50 1.1J .25 David Acres — Blytbeville Irvln E. Barger 7 4 8.50 Hershel L. Croft 19 8 9.00 Davit Third Addition to Blytheville J. C. Frazier 10 2 4.00 Same n 2 4.00 Elliott Addition to Blythevtll« Paul Atklnfi 6 1 1.50 Addie Mae Shields 3 8 1.00 Juden Saunders 15 8 1.00 Terrell Jones 4 10 1.00 Fulgham Addition to Blytheville Arbell Sutterneld 14 1 7.50 Marie Thompson 2 2 1.00 Essie Wells 3 2 3.00 Christine Tremble ... i 10 3 3.50 Same n 3 i.oo Hearn Second Addition to Blytheville Blake Polly 31 B 9.00 Same , N'I 22 B 1.50 Ilollandale Addition to Blytheville Unknown 18 C 1.00 Holllpeter & Shonyo Addition to Blytheville Freddie Ankgtion 10 1 3.50 Emma Mullins 13 3 2.50 Lee Alford Woodsrd 7 6 4.00 W. W. Holllpeter Second Addition to Blytheville 2.13 2.25 1.00 1.00 .38 .25 .25 .25 1.88 .25 .75 .88 .25 2.25 .38 JS .25 .25 .25 .25 .26 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Mary Anderson I 2 Hal Tate n 2 Same 18 2 Robert Sanders 31 2 Same . 32 2 Viola King i 3 Geo. Johnson 8 3 T. W. Thompson 16 4 Unknown 21 5 Unknown 27 6 Unknown 28 8 George Gates 4 9 Same 5 9 James Jones 6 9 leo. Stringer 1 10 Willie Wells 13 10 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 2.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 .88 .63 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.00 1.00 .63 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 1.00 .25 .25 .50 .13 .25 Larry's Fourth Addition to Blytheville Johnnie Johnson 7 Grace and Josephine Murphy 77 Larry's Fifth Addition to Blytheville Smrna Lee and James Jr. Robbins 7 Mate Daniels Addition to Blytheville Unknown EVi 1 1 Morris Addition to Blvtheville Opal and Harry Fisher 7 B Original Survey to Blytheville Larry Davl» ,,. E. 75 ft. 25 I. W. Owen Addition to Blytheville Area Hi Bowie" 11 Park Addition to Blytheville 'ames D. Bracken 2 i 5.50 1.38 .25 Second Replat of J. P. Pride and Gateway Subdivision to Blytheville 8.00 2.00 M 7.50 1.88 M 3.00 .76 .JS South fioisters Its Line for Senior Tilt MOBILE, Ala. Wl — The South bolstered Its line today for the Jan. Senior Bowl football game by signing two Oklahoma linemen, J. D. Roberts, All America guard, and Roger Nelson, tackle. 100% TOP QUALITY and The Lowest Price for Kentucky Straight Bourbon In Arkansas!!! n OH Ktntucty by MIAVIN HIU DISTIUUItt INC.,. nut friet$! AT ALL GOOD STORES IN ARKANSAS . MtDSTOWN, KCNTUCKr Forrest Sfanfield is shown above making a deposit for Nil-Way Laundry Cleaners. Mr. Stanfield resides at 22S Davis Street and has been a route man for Nil-Way for three years. Nu-Wa Laundry has been serving the Blytheville area for more than thirty years. No Standing in Line No Parking Problem No Walking in Bad Weathei No Worry About Theft GIVE MORE Join our CHRISTMAS! CLUB MORE Cleo Wren ........................ 15 C 6.50 Curtis Mason ..................... 14 O 4,00 Alt Jonei .............. E. 175 ft. 43 4.50 Edwin Robinson Addition ir, Blytheville W. H. Wadei ...................... 8 11 1.00 illm»n L. White .................. 2 13 4.50 West End Subdivision — Blytheville Viola Jones ....................... J4 I 3.50 .jg West Gat* Addition to Blytheville J. B. Garrison ..................... 4 B 4.50 1.13 1.63 1.00 1.13 .25 1.13 Wilson's First Addition ta Blytheville .25 .25 .25 M .25 M .25 1.13 1.00 .2S 1.00 .25 .28 Only National Bank IN BLYTHEVILLE National Bank in Mississippi County Clarence Burch .................... B 1 4.50 Same ............................. 9 1 4.00 Icy Pearson ....................... 34 5 i.oo Richard Palmer ................... 5 8 4.00 Hlchard Robinson ................. 12 8 1.00 Henry Pryor ....................... 1 9 1.00 Wllson'8 Third Addition to Blythevllle Unknown ......................... 19 6 1.50 .38 Original Survey to Dell R. D. Hardln ..................... 8 B 4.50 1.13 R. L. Hays Addition to l.eachvilli H. A. Anthony .................... 1 3 5.50 1.38 Victoria. Justus W. 50 ft. 4 4 3.50 .88 Elmer Smiley ............... . ....... 5 5 4.00 1.00 Honker Addition to Leachville L. E. Towell ....................... 6 5.50 1.38 Same ............................. 7 4.00 1.00 Irregular Lots in Town of Leachville J. D. Heathcock Lot 8 In SWU NE!i 8-15-8 Lot 6.50 Unknown ........... Lot 12 NE'/ 4 SW& 8-15-8 Lqt 1.00 lii«itlu i*u IB Eli KWi4 NEU of Sec. 17-U-8, Leichv It. 7. Smith Lot 4 of Eft NW'/ t NE«A IT-15-8 Lot 5.50 Robt. Green Lot « of E'/ 2 NW'/ 4 NE'/ 4 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 S»n!ord »nd Ammie Ashley S'/ 2 Lot 7 of E'/j N\V/ 4 NE'/.i 17-15-8 Lot 2.50 A. A. Reddell Lot 13 of E'/ 2 NW'/ 4 NE'/ 4 17-15-8 Lot 3.00 James Raleigh Ad- kernon Lot 19 of E'/ 2 NW'/i NE'/< 17-15-8 Lot 3.00 Lois Barnes Lot 21 of E'/ 2 NW'/i NE'/ 4 17-15-8 Lot 2.50 Jas. A, Anthony 814 Lot 28 of E'/ 2 NW/4 NEU 17-15-8 Lot 3.00 Tom Barnes Lot 36 of E'/ 2 NW'/ 4 NE'/i 17-15-8 Lot 4.50 Matthews Second Addition to Leachville Frank Barnes ............ N'/i 4-C 4 3.50 Matthews Third Addition to Leachville Howard and Martha Selby ......... 4 3.00 Nelson's First Addition to Leachville M. E. Staudenmeyer N'/ 2 S',i S'/i 5 A 6.50 M. E. Slaudenmeyer ____ N', 2 N" 2 5 A 16.50 Same ............. S!/ 2 S' /2 S'/i 5 A 9.50 Second Park Addition to Leachville C. B. and Wilma Shearer ........ 19 3.50 Same ............. , ............... 20 5.50 Smith's Addition to Leachville Ezra Butler W. 40 ft. of E. 113 It. o! Lots 29 and 30 ...... 3.50 J. W. Buck ........................ 8 G l.OS Same ............................ 9 G 4.00 Brink Barnes W. BD It. of Lot-s 15 and 16 I 3.50 .68 Staudenmcytr Addition to Leachville Mrs. Annie Oabbard N'/ 2 9 B 3.50 Dellie and Nellie Myracle ........ 3 C 6.00 Irregular Lots In Town of Man.'Ia Grant Bishop .... Lot IB NE'A NW/4 31-15-9 Lot 3.00 .75 .25 Original Survey to Manila Luler Rilcy ........................ 8 1 3.50 Mrs. Maggie Billings .............. 28 3 2.50 Odie B. Smothers .................. 227 17 3.00 Parkview Addition to Manila Jesse Gordon ..................... 13 5 1.00 Same .............. .............. 14 5 4.50 1.63 .25 1.M 1.38 .63 .75 .75 .83 .75 1.13 .36 .25 .25 .35 .25 .29 JS .25 .25 .25 .25 3S .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .88 .25 .75 .25 2.38 4.13 2.38 .88 1.38 .88 .35 1.00 .88 1.50 .25 .25 Jo .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .88 .63 .75 .25 1.13 NE'/, E. of Ry. 36-15-8, Manili .75 .25 .25 J5 .25 .25 .25 .23 .JS .25 .25 Slnin',1 Subdivision of NE Paul J. Roberts ................... 1 3.ot) Arch Ollsson ..................... 3 A 3.50 G. A. Murdaugh, Jr. S. 120 ft. of E. 415 ft. 6 B 3,50 Wllllford & Garrison Addition to Manila Viola Be»l ......................... 6 1 1.00 Original Town of 1'arbro Henry and Bessie Polard ......... 8 2 4.50 1.13 .55 Irregular Lots in Town of Yarbro Mary Alice Bunch W. 220 ft. of E. 260 ft. of S. 99 (t. of N. 683 ft. NE',4 NWli 27-16-11 Lot 1.00 .25 .25 the Plaintiff on each and every sepnvatc tract and parcel of land tnd on each and every separate lot and block, as Is set out In said deere« for i which said property Is delinquent as aforesaid, for Levee Taxet, for the year 1952. WITNKSS my hand and the seal of said Court on this the 23rd d»y of November, 19M. A. D. (Seal) OERALDINE LISTON Commissioner In Ch«ncery. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree lor taxes and cost* AM

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