FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1955 BLYTHEVIL1.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Chicks and Leachville In NEA Semi-Finals Dyess Advances; Dell And Manila Defeated JONESBORO — Blytheville's undefeated Chickasaws run up against a small but scrappy Rector team here this afternoon as play in the 8th annual Northeast Arkansas Invitational Basketball Tournament moves into the semi-final rounds. Both Blytheville and Rector moved into the semi-finals with victories yesterday. The Chicks had a comparatively easy time with Augusta winning by a 76-55 margin but Rector had trouble aplenty. Rector had to go two overtime periods to oust the Batesville Pioneers 54-52. In the second overtime, a sudden death aflair, Rector sank two free threws to win the game. In other action yesterday and last night two Mississippi County teams. Dell and Manila, were knocked out of the running while Dyess 1 Eagles continued to roll on unchecked through the B division. The Eagles of Coach Tom Parks stomped Orubbs 87-62 yesterday afternoon in a game that saw Dyess' Joe Gray fracture another scoring record. New Record Gray pushed 54 points through the nets to break the record he set the day before when he scored 38. While Gray's 54 points is the best Individual record in the entire history of the tournament. It goes on the record books only as a B division record. The A division mark was set In 1953 by Blytheville's Montroe Holland who scored 40 points against Bay. Manila's Lions didn't score a single point during the first six minutes of play and as a result they were defeated 15-65 by Jonesboro. With two minutes to go in the first quarter the Lions hit their first Held goal. But the Lions finished strong and made a game of It in the late stages, forcing Jonesboro to flght oft a stubborn last quarter attack in order to preserve victory. Bono led all the way and coasted through most of the second half In defeating Dell's Blue Devils in a first round game yesterday morning. The Bill* Devils were beaten 70-43. Dyen »». Valley View In other .games yesterday and lost night Mt. Pleasant defeated Caraway 64-35 and VaUey View blasted Ash Flat 80-63. Quarter final play was to be wrapped up this morning with two games in the B division. Nettleton was to play Cash at 9 a.m. and Mt. Pleasant wns to meet Bono at 10:30. Semi-final play was scheduled to open at 1:30 this afternoon with Dyess meeting Valley View. The Chick-Rector game followed at 2:5( with two big games scheduled for tonight. The "it" game of the tournament ta scheduled for 7 p.m. tonight with Jonesboro meeting Leachvillc in the game many observers believe will decide the tournament championship. At 9:30 tonight the winners of the Nettleton-Cash, Mt. Pleasant-Bono games will meet. The Chicks had trouble rinding the range in their game yesterday but even so, they proved entirely too much'for Augusta. Well Balanced Attack Th« Chicks wound up with another well-balanced scoring attack that saw Charles Abbott and Chuck Langston emerge high scorers with 14 point* each. Close behind was little Freddy Akers with 13 and Freddy Hodgei with 12. The real heroes of the game :hough, were the reserves. With 'our starters sitting on the bench wcause of too many personal fouls, ilytheville reserves played most of the last half and picked slack for Coach Jimmy up the Fisher, successfully protecting a 17 point lalftime margin. Blytheville Pos. ;obb (2) P... Abbott (14) Hodge (12) Akers (13) Jones (5) Substitutions: Augusta (11) Brown (4) Holler .G (6) Stokes Patterson, Troy To Fight Tonight New York's New Boxing Commissioner To Witness Battle NEW YORK Wl — Racket-buster Julius Helfand, new chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission, walks his new beat for the first time tonight at Madison Square Garden for the Floyd Patterson-Willie Troy bout. Unless there is another upset, Helfand will see 20-year-old Patterson, former Olympic champion, whip Troy, probably stopping him before the match has run its sched uled eight rounds. NBC will telecast at 10 p.m., EST. Last Patterson his last eight-rounder because he Eight-Rounder probably Is fighting Blytheville—Lang- Ujecame 20 last Tuesday and thus ston (14), Hyde (6), Edgmon (4). I ellglb | e t 0 go 10 rounds by New Stanley (4), Bratcher (4). Augusta I y or]L ] aw . T he contract for this —Coleman. King (2), Kittrell, bout or i g i na iiy scheduled for Nov. Goodman and Barnett (3). , 9 was s i gne d before he reached Dell (43) Pos. Bono (70) Tompkins 10 . Bennett (6) Phipps (31) Johnston (16) Stanley (12) , Pos. ..F.. ..F.. C... ....G... G. Caples (20) Minton (5) Peoples (2) Minyard (6) Cook Substitutes: Dell—Mooney 2, Culp 5, Payne, Rhodes. Bono—Watklns, W. Caples 6, Pollard 2. Leachville Pos. For. City Blocker (8) F (27) Davis F (4) Balp C.. (10) Schmitz Thweatt (8) ....G (10) Cox Ray (27 G (13) Laws Substitutions: Leachvllle—Carter (2), Thomas (1), Atkeison, Brown, Bailey, (3). Forrest (2) and Hawley (3). Jonesboro Rankin (22) ... Abtrnathy (12) Hanshaw (5) . Riggs (4) Caldwell (6) .. Substitutions: Pol. ..F.. ..P.. ..C.. .G.. .G. City—James Manila (9) Hatcher . (2) Veach (22) Shedd . (9) Isaacs (17) Wagner Jonesboro—Mathes (2), Shelton (12). Grisham, Osborne (12), Johnson. Manila— Meacham (7). Po«. Grubbf _F London .T.. (10) Runsick .C. (10) Williams .G (12) GufTey .G (10) D. Luttrell Dyess Jones (9) Ward 16) Gray (54) Hall (2) Barnes (1) Substitutions: Dyess—Rogers (10) Darnell (1). Richards (4), B. Williams O Williams. Orubbs—Lan- caster (4), W. Luttrell (3), Byrd (11), Smith (2). Fights Lost Night Worcester, Mass - Curley Monroe 138, Worcester, outpointed Myrel Olmstead, 133, Springfield. M T?pcka, Kan - Bobby Bickle 142'A Topeka, outpointed Chuck Foster. 1«W, New York, 10. Boston — Pau P e n d e r, 163, Brookline, Mass, stopped Fred Mack, 170, Patcrson. N. J., 4. Pro Basketball Results Fort Wayne 90, Rochester 88 Minneapolis 117, Syracuse 106 Philadelphia 92, Milwaukee 79 New York 88, Boston 83 Winninger in Front In Windy LA Open LOS ANGELES (AP) — Almost everybody had something uncomlimentpary to say about the weather which was provided for the start of the Los Angeles Open Golf Tournament — everybody, that is, except first-round leader Bo istic age. Patterson, winner of 18 of 19 bouts since he turned pro after winning an Olympic title nt Helsinki in 1952, is an 18-5 favorite over Troy, beaten only twice in 32 pro fights. Patterson lost a debated dec! sion to Joey Maxim, former Hgh heavy champ, in his home town of Brooklyn June 7. Holly Mims stopped Troy ii Washington March 4, 1953, and oey Giardello dropped him three times before Referee Al Bel- stopped It in the seventh round last March 19 at the Garden. Memphis State Outlasts Tech 105-102 in Senior Bowl Finals By ED WILKg The AwocUted PreM Spine-tingling finishes occurred in many college basketball games last night. St Louis Pennsylvania, Memphis State, Montana, Sewanee and Mercer all won In tin inal 60 second's over Houston, Harvard, Arkansas Tech, Wyoming, Georgia Tech and Woford, respectively Tech fl-96 u Jot Alllgood hit a Montana-Wyoming thriller, leld goal with 10 seconds to play; ind John Hughes' field goal with 2 seconds led made it Mercer 12, Vofford 71. Sugar Ray, Tiger Jones Bout Booked CHICAGO W)—Sugar Ray Rob Inson, in a comeback he hopes wil Ijcad to a middleweight title figh with champion Bobo Oison in June has been booked to meet rui Ralph Tiger Jones in Chicago Stadium Jan. 19. The bout will give, a nationa: television audience its first look at the slick 34-year-old former welterweight and middleweight champion since he retired 30 months ago to become a song-and-dance man. Robinson, who announced he was through with ring after exhausting himself in the heat against Joej Maxim in a light heavyweight title scrap, started back up the ladder Wednesday with a six-round TKO knockout of Joe Rindone in n non- televised Detroit fight. Truman Gibson, International Boxing Club secretary, said yesterday that Robinson's new manager Joe Glaser has objected to Jones as "a little too tough for Robinson at this point." However, Gibson was emphatic, saying that "if Robinson wants to box in Chicago, it'll have to be Jan. 19 with Jones or nobody." HODGE GETS TWO — Blytheville's pivot man, Fred Hodge, goes high above Augusta defenders to push through two points for the Chicks In yesterday's 76-55 quarterfinal victory. The win put the Chicks into the semi-finals against Rector this afternoon. Hodge Is No. 95. Ready to rebound is Danny Cobb (No. 60). (Courier News Photo) Hunters in Haystack . PARIS, Tex. I/PI — A couple of hunters had a good alibi for not bagging a deer. Carter Books Non-Title Go BOSTON Wl — A non-title fight between World Lightweight champion Jimmy Carter and sixth ranked welterweight Tony Demarco has been set for Boston Garden Feb. 11. The 10-rounder will not be televised or broadcast according to Callahiin A. C. promoter Sam Silverman. Paul Host, captain of the 193 Notre Dame football team, sell automobiles in Wisconsin. The Billlkens snatched victory rom Houston by an 85-84 count on ne clutch performance of Diclc Joushka—a cool gent who first hit jump shot with seven seconds emainlng to send the game into n extra period and "hen ended it .11 on a layup in the final 12 eeonds. Memphis State also had its star, _lmore Fortner, while outlasting Arkansas Tech 105-102 for the Senor Bowl Tournament title at Mo- 3ile, Ala. Fortner, who totaled only 0 points, counted three of them in foul shots in the final minute of overtime for the winning margin. Harvard B**ten In the other hair raisers, Perm dropped Harvard 54-52 on Bart Beach's 10-foot Jump shot with seven seconds left; Montana's Rudolph (Zip) Rhodes sank two free shots with five seconds remaining o defeat Wyoming 44-42; Sewanee, trailing throughout, upset Georgia Basketball Scores Senior Bowl Tourney Mempnli State 105, Arkansas Tech 102 championship, overtime Spring Hill Ala 78, Miss Southern 58 ford third Other Games Pennsylvania 54, Harvard M Connecticut 98, Maine 58 Manhattan 95. CCNY 70 Maryland 18. Virginia 66 West Virginia 98, Virginia Tech 82 Sewanee 67, Georgia Tech 66 western Kentucky 83, Middl Tenn 71 Mercer 72, Wooford 71 Furman 102. .Erskine 85 ' St. Louis 85, Houston 84 over Kansas City Univ 99, St. Paul Mo 90 Bowling Oreen Jayvees 70, Blis 6« Utah 82, Denver 68 Montana 44, Wyoming 42 Utah State 85. Colorado A&M 60 West Texas 87, New Mexico A " The Skyline Conference Race ipened with favored Utah thrash- ng Denver 82-58; Utah State knocking: off defending champ Colorado A&M 85-66 on 41-point surge in the final seven minutes, and Brigham Young beating New Mexico 92-62, In addition to the Terpi Win Af»!n la the Atlantic Coasl Conference Maryland won Its sixth straight ern Conference leadership argu- with a 78-65 triumph despite a 48- point Virginia outburst in the sea- ond half. West Virginia settled its Southern C )pnbt8ce leadership argument with Virginia Tech 98-82. Th« two teams entered the game witfe 2-0 records. IN THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CHANCEKY COURT (Chickasawbi District) STATE OF ARKANSAS. .Plaintiff Vs. No. 12816 (1950 Forfeiture) DELINQUENT LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOR NON-PAYMENT ARKANSAS OF TAXES AND SOLD TO THE NOTICE STATE OF .Defendants Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Act. No, 119 of the General isetnbly of the State of Arkansas of 1935, and amendments thereto Grid Gift Returned ORANOEBURG, S. C. tt about is fair play, even in football. In the third period of The Citadel-Wofford game. Citadel halfback Budgie Broome fumbled on his 13 and Wofford halfback B. B. Stevens recovered. On the next play, however, Stevens fumbled and Broome recovered on The Citadel 9. county of Mississippi and State of Arkansi— All persons who can set up any right to the lands so forfeited and , sold are hereby warned to appear In the Mississippi County Chancery Court at the May, 1955 term, after the publication of this notice, to-wit, Turn ' on the 23rd day of May, 1955, and show cause, if any there be, why """" the title to said forfeited lands should not be confirmed, quieted and •sied In the State of Arkansas and/or redeemers, purchasers, donees Returning Champions MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (AP)— _ „ Art Smith, West Virginias Univer-! Last Paying Taxes Thereon and assigns in fee simple forever. The description of said lands and the names of the persons, firm or corporation last paying taxes thereon are as follows: LIST OF STATE LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOR 1950 TAXES BLYTHEVILLE DISTRICT Person, firm or corp. Part of Tax, Penalty Ian paying taxes thereon Section Section Area and Cast Township 15 North, Range 8 East H. S. Allen N'i Lot 16 E't NW NE Person. Firm or,Corp. 17 Lot Block S 4.10 Tax, Penalty and Cosi Seems they'd settled down in a I sity track and cross country coach, haystack to wait for dawn and a i from last season's Southern Confer- crack at deer feeding in a nearby'is all smiles. Five of his six boys BLYTHEVILLE Allison Addition Lillie S. Moran 13 pea patch. But just as they got | ence championship team are back Brawley Addition ready to shoot, the haystack col-: in action. The fleet Mountaineers • rjlifton Thomas 28 lapsed. A small herd of cattle had! are Charles Cnscio, Harry Diehl. ( \v. J. & Beatrice Pruilt N 145' 21 come up during the night and eat- Dick Hashinger, Bob Harrah and, Hollipeter's 2nd Addition en it out from under them. 'captain Dick Thoburn. | Unknown $15.63 1.30 19.54 Winninger. It was windy, cold and rainy. but the 32-year-old Oklahoma City profewional, who shot a 33-35—68 to lead by a stroke after 18 holes yesterday, commer|ted: "Whenever you shoot well you can look at the beat part of things. Only » Bre»k Par Par wai supposed to take a terrific beating on the short 6,306- ynrd, par M-35, 'Inglewood Country Club course until the weatherman stepped In. Only nine of the 131 players In the »32,500 tournament came in under par. Pressing Winninger Were the veterans Jimmy Demaret, Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., and Eric Monti, Los Angeles, with 68s. Never Won Bit One Grouped at 70 were Jay Hebfrt, Long Island, N.Y.; Johnny Bulla., who alternates between Phoenix, Ariz., and Pittsburgh, Pa.; Jimmy Clark, Laguna Beach, Calif.; Milan Maruslc, Los Angeles; Johnny Palmer, Charlotte, N.C.; and Gardner Dickinson, Panama City, Fla. The alocky Winlnger, starting his third year on the professional trial, never has won ft major tournament. ANNOUNCEMENT I would like to extend an invitation to all my Friends and old Customers to visit me in my new location .... WEST END 2020 W. Main Phone 3-9785 SERVICE STA. Sincerely, Pat Greer Cardinals Mail 1955 Contracts ST. LOUIS (/I 1 )—St. Louis Cardinal officials braced themselves for the usual beefs and bouquets—the 1055 player contract* were malleC yesterday. Those playera living in the St. Louis nrcn. — Stan Muslnl, Red •:l:osndien»t, Wally Moon, Rip Re- | ,; :ski nnd Del Rice—are expected t to come to the office for their doc- ipicnts. 'i)iore nre some rftls«s and some culs, Vice President Bill Walsinj- r.r:.i said. But he didn't say which Players got the raises or the cuts. The top p»y Inat year went, to Stan MunlRl, and In View of his .330 batting average he inn'l ex- ncclei] to be cut from his estimated ttO.OOO Mlnry. at[ tan. Age -CANCELLABLE )R THE WHOLE FAMILY Day to 80 Years Pays liberal Cash Benefits For Hospital and Surgical Expenses American Insurance Co. of Texas * Mrs. Louella McFall Phone 3-3319 j Larry 4th Addition James & Wilsie Banks 31 Larry 5th Addition Mattie'Williams & Pete Willis Lot 24 2nd Replat J. P. Pride & Gateway Sub-division Steve Calvert E 50' 14 -f> Edwin Kobinson Addition Pearl White 4 * Anna White 6 13 Ruddle Hcishts Addition Pearl L. Oean 4 8 West End Sub-Division Lela Wilson 9 v Wilson 3rd Addition L. L. Bearden 11 8 LEACHVILLE | Hnokrr Addition Unknown I 2 Park Addition Leroy Carter S 30' S!* 11 C Staudenmayer Addition Annie Gobbards N',-1 9 B I MANILA I Irrcs. Lots 36-15-8 j J. W. Russell Lot 3 A NE NE | Original Survey .lack Tipton 238 17 j STATE OF ARKANSAS COUNTY OF PULASKI ss (1850 TAX SUIT. CERTIFICATE I, Claude A. Rankin. Commissioner of State Lands within and foi the State of Arkansas, do hereby certify that the foregoing two pages : of typewritten matter contain a complete and accurate list of all lands and' town lots now belonging to the State of Arkansas In Blytheville District Mississippi County, under forfeiture for non-payment of taxes i which remain undisposed of nnd which are now subject to confirmation in accordance with the provisions of Act No. 119 of the Acts of the Fiftieth General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved March 19 . 1935, Act No. 318 of the Acts of the Fifty-second General Assembly o the State of Arkansas, approved March 18, 1939, Act No. 423 of the Acts of the Fifty-third General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved March 31, 1941, and Act No. 299 of the Acts of the Fifty-fourth General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved March 23, 1943. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the bail of my office »t Little Rock, Arkansos, on this the 6th day of Jyly, 1954, . -j (Seal) CLAUDE/* RANKIN, Commissioner of State Lands Witness my hand and seal this the 33rd day of December, 1954. 1.30 15.63 15 ' 63 2 61 7 ' 82 3 ' 91 2 - 30 .69 11.50 921 (Scull TOM GENTRY, Attorney General. OERALDINE LISTON Chancery Clerk, DRAINAGE DISTRICT NUMBER SEVENTEEN Of Mississippi County, Arkansas STATEMENT RECEIPTS and DISBURSEMENTS Period January 1, 1954 to December 31, 1954 Cash on hand January 1, 1954, 1149,580.11 RECEIPTS Current Tax Collection* (Net) Delinquent Tax Collections.. Delinquent Tax Costs Land Sales - Principal Land Sales - Interest....... Income Lands Owned Floodway Rent Levee Grazing Contracts Interest - Government Bonds Withholding Tax Collected. Social Security Deductions.. Total Receipt* <150,101.07 926.0J 27.15 9,483.00 145.92 13,544.00 985.00 1,125.00 694.80 104.40 17UM.3T $320,717.08 DISBURSEMENTS Bonds Paid - No. 390/447 Due 1-1-55 Bonds Paid before Maturity - 8 % 94 Bond Interest Paid - Coupons No. 16 & No. 17 Collection Charges - Bonds & Coupons Expense Floodway Land Taxes and Insurance Withholding Tax Remitted. Social Security Deductions Remitted f 58,000.00 7,526.34 15,520.00 160.10 290.39 714.30 115.88 82,317.0J Maintenance & Operation Preliminary Surveys Engineering Drift Removal Car Expense Ditch Clearing & Mowing Levee Repairs Clean-Out D No. 4 & 5 (No. 9 Overlap) Clean-Out D No. 3-A Clean-Out D No. 12, 14&54 Clean-Out D No. 5 &. 6... Clean-Out D No. 43 Clean-Out D No. "J" Clean-Out D No. 21-A&B. Clean-Out D No. 25 lEng.) Clean-Out D No. 29-A Clean-Out D No. 46 (Eng.) Miscellaneous Administration Salaries Legal Rent Utilities Office Supplies & Stationery Exchange Bond Premium A: Insurance Recording & Advertising.. Audit Traveling & Miscellaneous Social Security Expense.. Total Disbursements Cash on hand Dec. 31, 1954... DEPOSITORIES First National Bank... Farmers Bank & Trust Co 681.95 333.00 530.44 12.003.69 244.00 971.63 (Cr.) 7,169.50 9,385.42 4,533.77 7,909.99 1,780.92 13.953.40 350.00 641.12 187.50 19.80 58,752.67 6,420.00 700.00 420.00 426.96 224.49 76.70 499.91 31.72 75.00 261.23 115.86 $170,395.32 $110,395.32 $170,395.32 BALANCE SHEET As of December 31, 1954 ASSETS Current Assets ' Cash on hand $170,395.32 First National Bank $110,395.32 Farmers Bank & Trust Company 60,000.00 U. S. Government Bonds (S50.000 Par Value)... Delinquent Taxes Receivable Total Current Assess Fixed Assets Houses - Sec. 20-13-8 Furniture & Fixtures Car & Equipment Completed Construction .. Total Fixed Assets.. 7.845.68 5227.514.49 2.000.00 1.200.00 1,800.00 477,667.31 482,667.31 Total All Assets $710.181.80 LIABILITIES Current Liabilities Withholding Tax Unre- milted Social Security Deductions Unremltted Total Current Liabilities Other Liabilities 2% Bonds Outstanding... 173.70 181.80 710,000.00 $710,161.80 Total All Liabilities CERTIFICATE I hereby certify that the foregoing Statement of Receipt 1 ! and Disbursements and Balance Sheet is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. G. REDMAN. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of January, 1955 («,.']) NOMA COTHREN <S "" . Notary Publln. My Ccmmlsslon Expires Jan. 16, 1955. INCOME TAX DATA 65.39% Drainage No. 17 Tnxts paid in 1954 Deductible.
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