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/JATJ? THE PARIS NEWS, WID., OCT. 12, YANKEES GUN BUCS, 12 TO 0 FRIEND AND FACE- PITTSBURGH (AP)—The New York Yankees opened up their big guns again behind Ihe sparkling pitching of Whiley Ford to crush the Pittsburgh Pirates 12-0 and tie the World Series at 3-3. The seventh and deciding game will be played at Forbes Field Thursday. It was Hie third runaway victory by the Yankees, who lost three tight thrillers to the clawing Pirates. The Yankees broke and tied a flock of World Series batting records, headed by surprising Bobby Richardson. The little second baseman, who hit only .252 and batted in only 26 runs during the regular season drove in three runs with two triples. Tliis gave him 12 runs -Danny Murtaugh, manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, poses n,^, lco . *,..o 6 «,~ — —with Bob iriend left, scheduled starting pitcher in the sixth game of the World batted in, breaking the World Se Series, and Roy Face, who has been the Pirates' lifesaver during the series. (AP ries record of 10 set by Yog Wirephoio), " -•- *"" —' ""' u " ' r "' Berra in 1956 and tied by Ted BRITT'S BEAT With BRITT MARTIN PAINFUL PICKS are hard to make, especially against the home team. In order to avoid such a choice we are picking the Paris Wildcats to beat Greenville by a 15-14 score Friday night. BEATING GREENVILLE is old hat for the Wildcats However, their task is expected to be something more akin to a giant killer's job. Why, more than before, you ask? THE ANSWER is fairly simple. Greenville gained more prestige last week than any other Triple A team in Iht state, including Paris, as they tied Greenville 0-0. Counting up, Greenville notched a 2-1 edge on penetrations although they were far short on first downs and net yards rushing. McKINNEY '/,nd already thrashed three AAA elevens and SERIES TIDBITS Stengel's Irked On Office Space --- was probably a mite overconfident for Greenviiie, usually an easy mark In- McKJnney. It could happen to Greenville this week. A message from Garcia relates that the Lions of Hunt County are already busy mapping out plans for bi-district action. There's not much danger that the Paris lads will be overconfident. They are the first to realize that some timely fumble recoveries saved them from defeat at Mt. Pleasant. Also, they know that Greenville has a tough defense, maybe the toughest in the district. FLIPPING COINS, reading Lea leaves, and gazing into an ofter hazy crystal ball are not part of the ways and means we used to come up with Paris as the winner. Through the years, the Lions have had some good teams. Some of them have probably been better than the Wildcats, but the decision has been the same year aft er year. H seems that Coach Raymond Berry of the Wildcats al ways saves an ace for the Greenville game. And without a doubt the Cats arc going to need an ace in the hole in this one. KNOWING KEN KUYKENDAILL, relatively a newcomer to the 6-AAA coaching ranks, we realize that the Lions will field a well drilled arid polished ball club. It's Kuykendali's second year at the helm, but most of the boys on the squad have played under him before, lie was grade school coach before taking the high school coach, and lie deserves credit for developing the talents of his players. STEADY IMPROVEMENT has been the lot of the Wildcats. Some fans feel that they played their best game against Mt. Pleasant. Not so with this scribe. We think the Henderson encounter, discounting that single dis-nstrous letdown, was their best performance of (lie season. Of course the Cats played a good game against Hugo, but the Buffs were not near so powerful as Henderson. Just the same, the Cats have come along better than we expected. Their hustle and desire against Mt. Pleasant was something to behold. TAKE NOTE of the lads who fell on Mt. Pleasant fumbles. Steve DieU. .Jimmy Aylor, Newt Davis, Ronald Prince and Johnny Inscoe gobbled up Tiger bobbles regularly against the Tigers. And il wasn't just luck, as has been implied here and there. The Cats Mere hitting hard all the time, and they were looking for fumbles. Then too. to lessen the chance for Paris fumbles, they punted the football about as often as they ran il. And the results speak for themselves. GREENVILLE is not reputed to have a strong passing game although the Lions have some boys who can throw. They passed only twice against McKinney. THE WILDCATS need lots of support in Greenville. We hope lots of Paris fans will make the trip and let the Wildcats know that they hove plenly of support. The game should be more than worth the drive .... SERIES TID-BITS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITTBURGH (AP) —Manager Casey Stengel of the New YYo r k Yankees is irked because he has no office in the visitors' clubhouse at Forbes Field. After each series game, Casey has to go to Pirate Manager Danny Mur- laugh's office to talk to newsmen. Translated from the Pirat book of nicknames, this mean Bob Friend will be pitching wit Fred Green, Joe Gibbon, Wilme Mizell, George Witt, Tom Chene and Elroy Face in the bullpen. The players also have a name for Manager Danny Murtaugh.. It s "Bad Body." Four girls who work -at Forbes Field haven't seen any of the scries games. They work for Bankers Lithographing Co., which occupies space under part of the grandstand. The girls got to watch the Pirates work out Tuesday. One of them mentioned "Virdon Law." The Pirates have no such player. They have a Bill Virdon and a Vernon Law. Stengel was watching his squad work out when a newsman asked him about Ihe report that somebody had burned the word "Pitt" in his front lawn at Glendale, Calif. "If they bank with me, they can burn down 'o little more," said Case, who is president of 1 a bank in his home town. The longest workout Elroy Face had all season was a four-inning chore at Los Angeles July 20. The Pittsburgh relief ace finally lost an 11-inning game 7-5. 11 will be pilchin| for "Porky the Pig" Pittsburgh today with "Crane," "Sleepy," "Vinegar, ;: 'Casper the Ghost," "Skin Head." and "The Baron" in the Bullpen. Pacesetters Positions Keep DALLAS (AP) — Three of four Class A and only a minor shift pace-setters retained their schoolboy football leaderships in the weekly copyrighted poll by the Dallas News. Bnytown in Class AAAA, Olney in AA and Stinnett in A clung to (heir lofty rankings but Kilgore lost the No. 1 position in AAA which it had since early in the season. The Bulldogs were upset 22-19 by Jacksonville and tumbled to fifth. Jacksonville, a newcomer to Ihe top len, took over seventh place. Only four new teams moved into Ihe select groups of Ihe four ckisses which play lo slale championships. Corpus Christ i Miller pained Ihe No. 10 position in AAAA, Hunlsville moved to 10th place in AAA and Kenedy nabbed the same berth in Class A. There were no newcomers in in the rankings. The rankings: Class AAAA: 1. Baytown. 2. \Vichila Falls. 3. Abilene, 4. Highland Park. 5. Port Arthur. 6. Dallas Samuel. 7. San Antonio Jefferson. 8. Borgcr. 9. Temple. 10. Corpus Christi Miller. Class AAA: 1. Carrollton. 2. Phillips. 3. El Campo. 4. Brownwood. 5. Kilgore. 6. Bay Cify. 7. Jacksonville. 8 Sweetwnter 9. McKinney. 10. Huntsville. Class AA: l. Olney. 2, Taylor. 3. Bcllville. 4. Denver City. 5. Staffor<l. 6. Hondo, 7. Kaly. 8. Gatesville 9. Columbus. 10. Kenedy. Class A: L Stinnett. 2. Crowell. 3. Albany. 4. Plains. 5, Anahuac. 8. George West 7. While Oak a. Idalou. 9. While Deer 10. Sour Lake. iluszewski in 1959, both in seven ;ames. Ford, who pitched a four-hitler n the Yanks' 10-0 third game 'ictory, earned his second shut- ut with a seven-hitter. He fanned ive and had the Pirates hitting nlo Ihe dirt most of the way. FIRST INNING YANKS—Friend threw out Boyer. Kubt-k rolled out, Mazeroski o Stuart. Maris flied to Virdon. No runs, no hits, no errors, none eft. PIRATES—Virdon lined a single [o center. Right-hander Bob Turley started to warm up for the Yankees. Groat rapped into a double play, Richardson lo Kubek to Skowron. Clemente brought roar from the crowd with a long foul into the right field stands that narrowly missed being home run. Clemente singled sharply between first and second into right field. Stuart struck out No runs, two hits, no errors, one left. SECOND INNING YANKS — Mantle bunted and was thrown out by Friend. Berra walked. Skowron smashed a ground single, sending Berra to third. Howard was hit on the right hand with a pitched ball, filling the bases. After a preliminary examination by Yankee trainer Bus Mauch, Howard went into the clubhouse. Eli Grba went in lo run for Howard. Virdon caught Richardson's fly. His quick throw to the plate held Berra at third. Ford was credited with an infield single when Friend knocked down his smash ';-.ck to the box but his throw to Smith at the plate was too late to get Berra. Boyer struck out. One run, two hits, no errors, three left. PIRATES Dowries Joins Elite Top 10 LONDON I/P) — British in i d- dleweight champion Terry Downes stormed into the world's top 10 Tuesday night with an overwhelming decision over ranking American Joey Giardello. He immediately challenged Paul Pender or Gene Fullmer to a world title fight. Downes, 24-year-old former U.S. Marine who went to the United States to learn how to fight as an amateur, mixed his natural brawling ability with a kind of boxing skill he has never displayed before lo defeat 30-year- old Giardello from Philadelphia. Giardello was rated No. 1 challenger for the disputed world title. Downes weighed 160'/i, Giardello 160V4. The champion Baltimore Colts ranked seventh in ball carrying in iise National Football League last season, gaining 1,705 yards on the ground. John Blanchard went in lo catch for the Yankees. Cimoli bounced out, Boyer to Skowron. Smith singled to left. Boyer leaped up for Hoak's high bouncer and threw to Richardson o nip Smith at second, Hoak reaching first on the force. Maz eroski lined to Mantle. No runs, one hit, no errors, one eft. THIRD INNING YANKS — Kubek was hit on the righ 1 foot b;- a pitch. Maris dou bled, sending Kubek lo third Mantle singled, scoring Kubek and Maris to increase- the Yank lead to 3-0. Berr- singled, Mantle racing lo third. Manager Dannj Murtaugh signaled for Cheney to replace Friend. Mantle limped slightly coming into third. Skowron hit a sacrifice fly to Clemente, Mantle scoring and Berra holding first. Blanchard singled to center field, Berra stopping at second. Richardson tripled off the left field wall, scoring Berra and Blanchard. Richardson's two RBI gave him a total of 11 for the series, breaking the record of 10 set by Yogi Berra in 1956 and tied by Ted Kluszewski in 1959. Ford was called out on strikes. Boyer flied lo Virdon. Five runs, five nils, no errors, one left. | PIRATIo—Gene Baker, a right- handed hitler, batted for Cheney No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. FOURTH INNING YANKS — Left-hander Vinegar Bend Mizell came in to pitch for the Pirates. Kubek flied to Clemente. Maris struck out. Mantle walked on four pitches. Stuart reached up for Berra's high chop : per and stepped on first for the unassisted putout, No runs, no hits, no errors, one left. PIRATES — Kubek tossed out Clemente and Stuart. Cimoli was called out on strikes. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. FIFTH INNING YANKS — Skowron doubled off the wall in left center. Blanchard flied to Clemente, Skowron going to third. Richardson lined to Hoak, Mazeroski tossed out Ford. No runs, one hit, no errors, one eft. PIRATES—Smith singled sharp- y to center foi his second hit. -loak walked on five pitches. Dr, Sydney Gaynor of the Yankees announced. that Howard had suf- ered a fracture of the small fin ;er c the right hand. Mazerosk bounced into a double play, Boyer . - to Richardson to Skowron Smith taking third. Rocky Nelson a left-handed hitter, batted for Mizell and struck out. No runs, one hit, no errors, one left. SIXTH INNING YANKS, — Fred Green, a left- hander, became .he. fourth Pirate pitcher. Boyer tripled to deep right center. Kubek singled, scoring Boyer. Maris dropped a single in short right, sending Kubek to third. Green was replaced, by right-hander Clem Labine. Mantle struck out. Berra singled, scoring Kubek ant 1 , sending Maris lo third. Skowron, grounded.into a double play, Groat to Mazeroski to Stuart. Two runs, four hits, no errors, one left. PIRATES — Richardson tossed out Virdon. Groat flied to Marisl Clemente singled to center. Ford tossed out Stuart. No runs, one. hit, .no errors, one left. pounced on Hoak's bunt in front of the plate and, threw to Kubek, forcing Smith at second. Mazeroski flied to Mantle. No runs, no hits, one error, one left. EIGHTH INNING YANKS — Maris singled lo right. Mazeroski hobbled Mantle's grounder but recovered in time to force Maris at second with a quick throw to Groat. Mantle took second.on a wild pitch. Berra'sin- gled, scoring Mantle, .and 'took second when Virdon's bad throw bounced past Smith for an error. Mazeroski threw out Skowron, Berra moving to third. Blanchard hit his second straight double off the right field screen, scoring Berra. Richardson/flied to Cimoli. Two runs, three hits, one error, one left. PIRATES—Joe Demaestri went to shortstop and Kubek moved to left field for the Yankees. Dick Schofield, a left-handet?, hitter, batted for Labine and was thrown out by Boyer on' a-close play. Richardson threw out V i r A o n. Groat singled off Demaestri's glove. Demaestri threw out' Clemente, No runs, one hit, rib errors, one left. NINTH INNING YANKS—George Wilt, a right- hander, went '•; the mound for the Pirates. Schofield went to shortstop. Ford broke his bat grounding to Stuart for the .unassisted putoul. Mazeroski threw out Boyer. Kubek lined to Clemenle at the foot of the right field wall. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. PIRATES—Demaestri: threw out Stuart. Cimoli singled to right. Smith bounced into a double play, Boyer to Richardson to Skowron. No runs, one hit, no errors, none left. BOX SCORES PITTSBURGH (AP)-The official box score of the sixth game of the 1960 World Series:' New York (A) . AB R H RBI 0 A Boyer 3b 6 1 1 0 0 5 Kubek ss-lf 521 1 2 4 Maris rf 5, i 3 0 10 Mantle cf 42 1 22 0 Bern If .... Demaestri ss .433200 0 0 0 002 Skowron Ib 40 2 1 13 0 Howard c 000 010 a-Grba .' Blanchard c . Richardson 2b 0.00000 423141 51 2 346 Ford p 4 0. I 2 0 1 Totals 41 12 17 12 27 19 Pittsburgh (N) AB R H RBI 0 A Virdon cf 4 Groat ss ,4 Witt p Clemenle rf Stuart Ib 4 0 0. 0 10 0 Cinioli If ..401 01 0 Smith c 4 02 0 40 Hoak'Sb 20 0 0 1 1 Wilt 1000 Ford <W) 9700 x—Faced 4 batters in'third. xx—Faced 3 batters in fifth. . BB—Friend 1 (Berra), Mizell 1 Mantle), Ford- 1 (Hoak). SO ^~ ^riend 1 (Boyer), Cheney 1 Ford), Mizell 1 (Marts), Labine 1 (Mantle), Ford 5 Stuart, Baker, Groat, Cimoli, Nelson). HBP—By Friend 2 (Howard,-Kubek)! WP— ,abine. U — Stevens (A),-plate, Jackowski (N) fire: base, Chylafc (A) ' second base, .Boggess (N) :hird base, Landes (N). left field, Hohochick (A) right field.' T — 2:38. A^-38,580. 104 0 1011 000000 4020 4.0 Friend p ........ 0 0 0 0 0 2 Cheney p 0 0,0 000 SEVENTH INNING YANKS—Blanchard doubled to right. Richardson hit his second triple, scoring Blanchard for his 12th run batted 'in of the series. His two/ triples tied a series one- game record. Ford bunted and Richardson scored sliding in under Hoak's throw'to Smith. It was scored as a sacrifice and a fielder's choice. It also was a run batted in for Ford. Boyer grounded into a double play, Hoak to Mazeroski to Stuart. Virdon made a diving catch of Kubek's sinkling liner. Two runs, two hits, no errors, non° left. PIRATES —. The Yankees now have totaled 44 runs and.75 hits, both records for a series of any length. The paid attendance was announced at 38,580. Cimoli reached first when Kubek fumbled his hard hit grounder for an error. Smith bounced to Kubek, and.slruck out. Richardson tossed I whose throw to Richardson.forced out Virdon. Groat struck out. Cimoli at s e c o n>d. Blanchard CHARTER NO. 5710 RESERVE DISTRICT NO. !1 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ROXTON In the State of Texas, at the close of business on October 3, 1960. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U- S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection $395,184.71 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 84,654.50 Corporate slocks (including 52,300.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 2,300.00 Loans and discounts 296,368.38 Bank premises owned, None, furniture and fixtures 2,000.00 Other assets 112.82 TOTAL ASSETS 5783,630.41 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor- CHARTER NO 3638 RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PARIS In the State of Texas, at the close of business on October 3, 1960. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under SecUon 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Cash balance with other banks, including reserve balance, and items in process of collection.... $2,527,255.30 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,958,250.94 Obligations of States ; and political subdivisions 582,096.73 Other bonds, notes and debentures 745,000.00 Corporate stocks (including 515,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 15,000.00 Loans and discounts (including S5.930.ll overdrafts).... 3,626,371.58 Bank premises owned 5195,929,50, .furniture and fixtures 350,514.48 246,443.98 Other assels 19,102.08 3-Baker 100000 Mizell p 0 000 0 c-Nelson . 1 00 0 00 Green p 0 Labine p 0 0 000 d-Schofield ss ... 1 0000 Totals 32 a—Ran for Howard in 2nd. b—Struck out for Cheney in 3rd. c—Struck out for ; Mizell,-in 5th. d—Grounded out for Labine in 8th New York (A) 015 002 "220—12 Pittsburgh (N) 000 000 (KMK- 0 E—Kubek, Virdon. DP — Richardson, Kubek and Skowron; Boyer, Richardson -and Skowron 2; Groat, Mazerosk 1 . and Stuart; Hoak, Mazeroski and Stuart. LOB —New York (A) 8, Pittsburgh (N) 6- 2B—Maris, Skowron, Blanchard 2. 3B—Richardson 2, Boyer. S — Ford. SF—Skowron. IP H R ER x-Friend (L) 255 Cheney 1 2 1 Mizell 21 0 xx-Green 032 Labine 364 SERIES STARS SERIES MEMORIES By .THE ASSOCIATED PRESS On Oct.. 11 in: 1948 — Joe Gordon's h o mer excellent,.relief pitching by Gene Bearden enabled : the Indians ' to beat the Braves'4-3 and "win the title. ' ' 1943—Bill Dickey hira two-run, homer and. Spud Chandler 'scattered 10 hits as the Yankees blanked the'Cards 2-0 in the final game. 1923HBabe Ruth hit two homers to lead the .Yanks to a 4-2 triumph over the Giants, 1908—Or vail Overall held the Tigers.' to four hits, and Joe Tinker homered as the Cubs won the second game 6-1. On .Oct. 12 in: 1929—The A's scored 10 runs in the seventh inning to overcome an 8 : 0 deficit and defeated the Cubs 10-8. 1925 — Vic Aldridge pitched an eight-hitter and Clyde Barnhart drove in two runs as the Pirates beat the Senators.6-3. '_ 1923 — Casey Stengel's,seventh- inning homer and Art Nehf's six- hit pitching gave the Giants o 1-0 victory-'over:'the Yanks. CHARTER NO.; 13S4I :' RESERVE.D1STRICTN0.1I REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK IN PARIS In the State of Texas, at the close of business on October 3, 1960. Published in response to call made by Comptroller ol the Currency, under Section 5211. U. S. Revised Statutes. . • ASSETS Cash balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection $2,634,563.51 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 2,425,775.48 Obligations of States and political subdivisions........ 993,560.69 Other bonds, notes and debentures 321,062.50 Corporate stocks (including $12,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 12,000.00 Loans and discounts (including $11,509.65 overdrafts).. 3,731,241.33 Bank premises owned $20,000.00, furniture and fixtures S5.000.00 Real estate owned other than bank premises.... Other assets , TOTAL ASSETS 59,719,520.01 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations $5.939,276.% Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations .. 1,582,756.16 porations 5666,461.92 Deposits of United States Government (including Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) | Postal Savings 249,843.80 008.50' Deposits of States and political subdivisions 600,921.66 25.000.00 82,339.72 • 2,817.00 Deposits of Slates and political subdivisions 6,15.1.37 KEEPS furniture Specialized Service In Home Furnishings And Interior Decorating SU4-6555 June and Doc Keep 115 ClarkwilU 138 Clarksville Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc.). 728.90 Total Deposits $674,250.69 TOTAL LIABILITIES 5674,250.69 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common stock, tola! par 550,000.00 $ 50.000-00 Undivided profits 3-1,125.72 Total Capital Accounts 109.379.72 Deposits of banks 422,451.83 Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc.).... 66,253.61 Total Deposits $8,861,50402 Other liabilities 50,375.83 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 5783,030.41 I, A. L. Dunn, President of Lhc above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. L. DUNN, Presicknt. Correct—Attest: C. R. Caldwell, Oscar Childers, B. M. Ingram, Directors. State of Texas, County of Lamar, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of October, I960, and'I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of tins bank, LLOYD M. MOORE, Notary Public, My commission expires Junr 1, 1961. TOTAL LIABILITIES 58,911,879.85 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common stock, total par $250,000.00 $ 250.000.00 Surplus 250,000.00 Undivided profits 307.640.76 Total Capital Accounts 807,640.76 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $9,719,520.61 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $2,836,000.00 I, L. W. Bassett, Jr , Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. L. W. BASSETT, JR., Cashier. Correct—Attest: Maury Robinson, L. A. Howerton, M. D. Misso, Directors. State of Texas, County of Lamar, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of October, 1960, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank MARY C. LEE, Notary Public, Lamar County. My commission expires June 1, 1961. TOTAL ASSETS 510,228,360.23 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations S 5,941,919.66 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 2,210,474.54 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 174.843.12 Deposits of Stales and political subdivisions 613,200.09 Deposits of banks 238,721.83 Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc.).... 36,398.57 TOTAL DEPOSITS 59,215,557.81 Other liabilities 20,422.61 TOTAL LIABILITIES .S 9,235,980.42 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common stock, total par $100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 Surplus' 300,000.00 Undivided profits ..'..... 457,869.76 Reserves .,.. 134,5.10.05 Total Capital Accounts 992,379.81 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 510,228,360.23. MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ..$1,015,000.00 I. S. M. rlaizlip. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ,.. :' ' S. M. HAIZLfP, Cashier. Correct)—Attest: J.G. Cecil, Carl M, McWhertcr, Jr., A, M. Aikln, Jr., Directors. State of Texas, County of Lamar, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of October, ir>CO, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. GAYNELL BRAMLETT, Notary Public. My commission expires June 1, 1D61

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