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F«f • Sit Redlegs Keep Lead, Enter Crucial Series By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Wri'er The Cincinnati Reds, who open a four-game scries against second-place Los Angeles tonight. won their sixth in a row and kepi a three-game lead in I he National league by beating San Francisco 3-2 Thursday. The Dodgers (humped SI. Louis .10-1, ruining Johnny Kcanc's managerial debut with Hie Cards as a successor to Solly liejiius. Pittsburgh split a doubleheador al Chicago, breezing l.l-:i before flic Cubs bounced back for a ,v[ decision. Milwaukee wrapped up a (hrcc-game sweep against last place Philadelphia with a 7-(i victory. In' Ihc American League 1 . Detroit; beat Boston ;)-(). but the sec- 6nd • place New York Yankees slaytd within a half-game of (he Tigers will) a 4-0 victory over Cleveland. Washington defeated, Baltimore 1-0, the Chicago Whil-.-i Sox beat Kansas City .)-:! and lit.-! Los Angeles Angels oiil-las'cd Minnesota 12-11. ; The Dodgers collected a do/en ! hits, all but two of (hem singles, ! and five unearned runs against j the Cards, turning a 2-0 lead i;>ln a rout with a seven-run third inning against loser Bob Miller 1 (1-3) and reliever Maury Mciler- mott, Riglit-hander Don' Drysdaie won his second this month with a five-hitter. The Reds jumped 7>j games in front of the third place Oianls In- tagging relief ace Stu Miller f<,V a decisive, seventh-inning run on Frank Robinson's triple and a single by Gus Bell. Southpaw Jim O'Toole i7-7> winlcss in his last lour starts, shut out the Gianr.- on three hits until the .seventh inning. Juan Marichal i(j-ti> was the loser. Roberto Clemcnte drove in five runs with five hits, one a two- run homer in the opener fur UK- riratcs, then added two hits in the nightcap to boost his average to 351. Bob Friend '!)-!)• was th» first-game winner. Dick Ell>wur ! ii (3-fi) lost it. The Cubs nailed the s-coiid one with a four-run second inniir; beating Wilnicr Mizull M-7'. Glen liobbic 16-91 was the winner. , Milwaukee blew 3-0 and :>-l • Jcads, then came from behind against the Phils and !o.-in,~ re licver Don Fcrrarcse ' 1-5 >'\viia' two runs in the seventh inning, j Johnny Antonelli. 0-4 in the American League with Cleveland, won it in relief by facing ju.st ow ma-: Jn his return to the NL. Din Me- Mahon saved it with two perfect innings of relief. HOPE. STAR, HOft, ARKANSAS Friday, July 1, 19«1 Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE HOCK (,\P>—Here is n fishing fnrecnsl from Ihc Arkansas 0,-ime ;iml Kish Commission: 1.like Norfork: Water clear and falling. Bass fair, fishing late at nighl. on jigs and eels. Catfish fail- on willow limb and trot linos. Lake Hull Shoals: ' Wafer clear | and normal. Bass good in late •jiftenioon on arlificial lures and Black bass fail- on deep running plugs. Grapple fair on minnows. Lake I'oinvay: Water clear and ; normal. Bass fair lo good on minnows and artificial bait. Bream good on crickets, worms and popping bugs. I'rappie fair to good on minnows. Lake Hamilton: Water conditions dear and normal. All fishini: fair on all bait. Lake Oiiachita: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on arlificial and live bait. Bream fair on crickets and worms. Lake Maumellc: Water clear and normal. Bass good, spot fishing while schooling, early and late. Bream good, fishing deep on crickets and worms. Crappic good on live minnows fishing deep. Lake Grceson: Water too hot. foiling poor. Hope Star SPORTS Macon Wins Over Barons, Travs Idle American Beaten at Wimbledon . England (API—i Rod Laver of Australia crushed i Charles i Chuck McKinlcy of St. '<• Louis today fi-3. 6-1, 6-4 for (he; men's singles title in thc Wimble- I don Tennis Championships. , The 20-year-old American, a I sophomore at Trinity University' in San Santonio. Tc.x.. was no maleh for thc bandy-legged, left- handed Aastralian, who will be 22 next month. McKinley. eighth-seeded, started the maleh with bounce and confidence but his dash was soon dulled by the brilliant shot-making of the little Australian. Laver gave one of thc finest exhibitions ever seen on thc cen- tor court. He had his high-kicking service smashing into the corners. He attached so relentlessly that McKinley was thrown completely off his timing. Before the match. McKinlcy said lie thought he could win. By VERNON BUTLER Press Spores Writ°r You could hardly blame Charlie tabc if the Macon left-haiidei ookcd tip the grouiidskecper unloaded a few choice words of criticism before the Peaches hit thc road today for Mobile. Some grass that the grounds crew left .standing near thc foul line in right field at Luther Williams field cost (he brilliant Rabe a shutout last night and put added pressure on thc southpaw in the late innings of his and Maeon's 3-2 victory over the Southern Association leading Birmingham Barons. A drive down Ihc line for what ought to have been a harmless double in the seventh inning bounded into thc high grass, and Birmingham first baseman Leo Smith got an insidc-thc-park homer good for two runs while Macon outfielder Don Ross frantically searched for the ball. Thc hit came with Ptirn Gokly on first base, and it tightened thc game considerably. Thc loss didn't cost Birming- Standings Southern Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W- L- Pet. GB-. f>.| Pittsburgh 15-1, Chicago 3-5 Milwaukee 7. Philadelphia 6 Cincinnati ?., San Francisco 2 Todays Games Philadelphia at Chicago Cincinnati at Los Angeles. N Pittsburgh al Milwaukee, N Si. Louis .•'! San Francisco, Saturday's Sche a ulG Pittsburgh ul Milwaukee Philadelphia at Chicago .St. Louis at San Francisco Cincinnati at Los AngeK:.-,, N N By Tiirmingham Cliallanooga Atlanta Little Rock HILT .... and - slll ' cu 'P"i'l • • • '"'"'Nashville • Macon Mobile . .'..'. Friday's Atlanta at Birmiii. Chattanooga at Little Koek Macon al Mobile Shreveporl at Nashville Thursday's resu'»s Macon ;j. Birmingham 2 Atlanta !), Mobile I! Shreveporl I!. Challannoga r> Mi"or League Baseball THE ASSOCIAT&D PRESS Pacific Coast Leagua I .Portland •!, Spokane, ;j H innings Vancouver '.', Seattle I. i:j innings Tacoma I. Hawaii II, S:m Salt Diego H Lake City 10 Nashville rain Rock, ppd., Friday's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Amo r ican League W- L. p c t. G.B. ham the league lead because Chattanooga fell to Shreveporl 8-5. Atlanta gained ground on both leaders by trouncing Mobile 9-3. Nashville and Little Rock were rained out. Rahc, who struck out seven Barons and walked none, improved his season record lo a glittering 10-5. He pitched a fivc- hittor, matching Baron southpaw Doug Gallagher. Macon clustered four of its five hits off Gallagher for three runs in the second in- 'Delroil New York . 'Cleveland .. Baltimore .. Chicago Boston •Washington Los Angeles Minnesota Kansas Cilv 52 2!) 50 '>'.; .(i'12 .(Ml American Association Omaha o, Louisville 4 17 nings Indianapolis ;;. LVil.'as-F o r Worth 2 Houston '), .O.'iu-er 2 in- Inrerna'ionol Charleston ! Cnh Richmond "i, ,)•• -s Syracuse 3, Po'-liC Buffalo •!. '!',.iri)nl League ibii.; 2 ,- ("ily •; hK - 2 .',7 .543 -I.' .4!!!! 12 .481 •l r ) .444 •III .415 •i!! .'107 - 4t; .:;:)2 Thursday's Results New Ym-k ), Clove'.ind 0 Washington |. Ballimore 0 Detroit :;, Hoslon 0 Los Angeles 12. Mimcsr.la Chicago 4, Kansas Cily a Tocl,iy <-, G,imos Kansas Ci'v ;ii p II Major League Leaders Jy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Balling (ba.-icd on ino or more at bats) — Cash, Deiroi-, .301; Howard, Now York, .;j(;o. Huns—Mantle, New York, 72; )olavito, Detroit and Mans' New York, (i'j. Huns baited in—Gen'ile, Baltimore, 7(i: Maris. New York. 75 Hits—B. Robinson, Baltimore, Cash, Delroil and Kul;uk, New York, !)!); Franrona and Picrsall, Cleveland and Kaline, Dcln.it <ll! Doubles—Power jKubek. New York, 21. Triples—Wood, Detroit. 11: Lair dis, Chicago, f. Home runs —Maris, iY-w York •!2; Mantle. New York, 2H. Slolen bases—Aparicio, Chicago, 2(i: Howscr, Kansas City. z>. N N Liston Told to Explain His Arrests Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Las Vegas. Nevada — Davev Moore, 132. Springfield. Ohio. W- pointed Gil Caclilli. 12<J, .Mexico City 10 (nontitle 1 . Los Angeles — Jimmy Fields. 137 Los Angeles outpointed Al Grant 137 New Orleans 10. PHILADELPHIA <AP» - The Suite Athletic Commission today ordered No. 1 heavyweight title challenger Sonny Liston to show cause why his boxing license should not be lifted. The commission issued a citation to the fighter to appear July 1-1. Liston has been nn-.-^tcd twice in the past t\vo months and been discharged both times ^y magistrates. The c i t a : i o n outlines the charges and requires the boxer to | give a satisfactory »{;>lanafion. The commission, if no 1 : satisfied! with the report, has (he power (o I suspend or revoke the license. j Since Pennsylvania s .; mem-! her of the National Boxing Asso-i elation, a suspension probably i would be recognized in the mem-1 her. states. Only New York and i Cincinnati .... Massachusetts among thc stales • Los Angeles arc not members of the NBA. [San Francisco List«n first ^ras arrested on : Pittsburgh May 17, for corner louring. Four hours later lie was given a hearing and discharged. Thc second arrest w;>,s in Fairmount Park June 12. Liston and a friend wore charged with stopping a woman motorist in a lonely section of thc park. At a public hearing Liston made a public apology to '.he woman and was discharged. Boston al iMev York, Chicago -it Cleveland Minnesota .•,! Washin;;!,,,; Los Angeles al Detroit, Saturday's Scher.Vlr. Minnesota al Waslrng' m Boslon at N.>w \v ; Chicago al Ci(M-p| ; ,|- l( | Los Angeles at Delroil Kansas City at Ball •more National League N Pitching (based on (decisionsi _ Lalman. ! |7-0. 1.000; Ford. New i ,uc!2, I Ktrikewils — illl); Pa.scual. ; 7 or mure Cleveland York, i.va. N W. 5t •1!! •i:: i- Pet. G-B. Nation:) 1 League z Ratling (based on 150 or at. bats i — All man, Chicago Clemcnte, Pittsburgh, ,:!5i. Kims—May:;, San Francvsco, 71; Robinson. Cincinnati, 01. Runs batted in — Ccneda Kan Milwaukee St. Louis Chicago .. Philadelphia 37 33 32 .23 .000 .54 I .527 .500 .440 .42; Robinson, Cinein- ()U | HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA Build — Buy — Repair — Remodel — Refinance This is o local institution, owned by the nearly 500 people who save their money here, and we're here to help YOU with your savings and loan problems. You are cordially invited to use our many facilities. Fred 0. Elli*, Seerttlry piking your city a better place to llvi, work ind nlu • ftmily. th, r»u!t of a GROWING ' livings and Loan business •Francisco, n; nali, (it. Hits — Pinson. Cincinnati, 104; Clementc, Pittsburgh, uu. Doubles — Colt-man, Cineinnali, 22; Mays, San Francisco. 20. Triples—Cicm-.yite, Pittsburgh. «; Altman, Chicago. V/'lis. Los Angeles and Stuart, Pittsburgh, 7. Home runs—Ccpcda, San Francisco, 22; Mays, San Francisco, . I 21. ! Stolen bases—Pinson. Cinciniia- nmg. Rabc's single scored Lecjti, 13; Aaron. Milwaukee. 12 Howcll with what turned out to i Pitching (based on 7 or more be the winning run. I decisions i - Miller, San Francip- Yanks Remain Within Half Game of Top By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer The New York Yankees remained within a half-game of first-place Detroit in Ihc American League by beating Cleveland •4-0 Thursday night behind the near-perfect, two-hit pitching of right-hander Bill Stafford. It was (lie Yanks' second shutout success over the Indians in two days. Delroil slaycd one percentage point ahead of New York after winning :j-0 at Boston, ' on the eight-hit pitching of Phil Regan and Terry Fox. Baltimore missed a chance to snatch third place from Cleveland when the Orioles were beaten 1-0 at Washington by Hick Donovan's four-hitter. The Chicago While Sox defeated Kansas City 4-:',, with Early Wynn gaining his 291st career victory, and the Los Angeles Angels replaced Minnesota in eighth place by healing the Twins 12-11. In the National League, Cincinnati retained a three-game lead by winning 3-2 at San Francisco, while the second place Los Angeles Dodgers thumped St. Louis 10-1 in Johnny Kcane's debut as Card manager. Pittsburgh split a doubleheadcr at Chicago, romping 1 f)-.i before losing to the Cubs 5-1. Milwaukee defeated Philadelphia 7-0. Stafford (7-4), a poised G-fool-1 sophomore from Catskiil, N.Y., allowed only two base runners le nailing his second shutout Hie majors. lie struck out :- Ihrce, walked none and retired 20 in a row between Willie Kirk. land's ground rule double in the second inning and a leadoff sin- |«lc by Mike dc la lloz in the ninth. Elston Howard belled a pair of solo homers for the Yankees, with the first leading off a three-run fifth inning that beat Dick Stigman '2-2'. Rocky C'okwito's sacrifice fly in Ihe first inning gave Detroit'the run it needed against Boston's Galen Cisco (]-:$). Pete Runnels had half of the lied Sox 1 hits, all off Regan (3-41, who needed re- (lief from Fox for the final out. Donovan M-IO, named to the Ail-Star squad by Manager Paul j Richards of Ihe Orioles, struck I Arrested Youths Had an Arsenal ^MALVERN, Ark. 0\P)—Police said two 18-year-old Oklahoma City boys wcrs arrested today irv an automobile which carried a half-dozen firearms, a bayonet, three big knives and a variety of other articles. The two, who were accompanied by a dog, gave their names as Gerald Paul Harwood and Johnnie Ray Parker Officer Worthy Brooks said ho stopped Ihc I'iiiomobilc for a routine check. Tho boys offered no resistance. In the car, B'-ooks said he found two rifles, two shotguns. two loaded pistols, a supply of ammunition, the bayonet and knives, a !apc recorder, radio and 100 feet of 1 ! inch rope along with other articles. The boys were held for investigation. New Crisis May Help Aid Bill WASHINGTON (AI'i_Sen. J. W. Fulbrighi, D-Ark., says menacing conditions in Berlin. Laos and Cuba have enhanced chances for congressional approval of President Kennedy's foreign aid program. _ Fulbright said Secretary of State Dean Rusk made an excellent presentation of these conditions Thursday in a three-hour eloscd session of Ihe Senate For cign Relations Committee. Fulbright, chairman of (he committee, reported Rusk's views to newsmen. Rusk told the committee that menacing conditions around the work! made it inadvisable to slash the $4.0 billion program. The commi'/cj today begins fo write the version of the foieign aid bill it will present to the full Senate. 1* Rain Dampens Some Areas of Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' Showery weather dampened j widely scattered sections of tlw niation today but no rain appeared likely in the drought-stricken (areas from Montana to northern j Wisconsin. j More showers fell during the ! night and early morning along a j front from North Carolina west-i ward to Oklahoma and the north| cm Texas Panhandle. Light showers also sprinkled areas in :thc Rockies, western parts of th^ i Great Plains, the Upper Great j Lakes region, along the South Atlantic Coast and eastern Gulf Coast and in the northern Pacific Coast states. Rainfall amounts were light in most places, ranging from , a trace to about 2 inches in a six- hour period. However, more than two inches of rain doused Ponca City, Okla., and nearly one inch fell in Albany, Ga. fl Mostly fair weather prevailed in other sections of the country. II was cool again this morning along the northern border of the country from the Upper Great Lakes region to New England and along the central and northern Pacific Coast. Temperatures wort! mostly in the 50s. But (JO degrees readings covered most of Ihc northern half of UT country excepl for some 70s the northern Great Plains. The 70s were the rule in the southern half except for 80s along the ex- Ircmc south and in the southern plains and 80s and 90s in the Southwest desert region. Sammy Esposito with an error against Jerry Walker <;MI. Turk Lown saved it for Wynn (7-1 >. Two walks and a single by Al- hie Pearson off Camilo Pascual (0-11), the loser in relief, settled n for the Angels in th c ninth inning. Art Fowler 12-2) was the winner with two perfect innings of relief. NOTICE Dressed, Frozen FRYERS I 35e Each FRIDAY ONLY HOPE LOCKER PLANT seven and didn't walk a man Los Thursday s Results Angeles 10, St. Louis U 11 If)': 17 while beating Baltimore for the sixth straight time since August, !!««. The Senators beat reliever Hoyl Wilhclm (R-4) on consecutive doubles by Willie Tasby and Dale Long in the seventh. The White Sox won with two runs in Ihc sixth inning, pairing doubles by .Minnie Minoso and co, 0-1, .857; Pod res, Los Angeles. H-2, .000 Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles, 135; Williams, Lo.s Angeles, JO!). Ask your dealer ato ,ut a (MJ coo) £xtra . co5t optlon _ C(levro , et ai? cotld , tjomng- Impala Convertible SPECIAL!! ONE WEEK ONLY Wash - Lubrication and Oil Change 3.95 ALL 3 $ FOR MARTIN S CONOCO STATION Open 6 A. M. — 12 Midnight — 7 Doys o Week. West 3rd & Louisiana Hcpc, Ark. Summertime - and the savin' is easy! It'll pay you plenty to pad over to your Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center and get in on aU the excitement there Because Jet-smooth Chevrolet* are outselling every other make of car, he's able to savmgs hke nobody else m town. Have him fit you with an elegant Impala, a popular Bel Air or a Ch - — ** Chevj-olet dealer will look after the rest nicely, thank you. Jet-SlllOOtll Chevrolet Chevy Conair .Iforua Club Coupe Save-a-bundle buys on Corvairs, too! The climate couldn't be better for getting into one of these. Yessirree, juicy July buys on the Monzas with their family-style sports-car spirit ... on the nimble, nickel-nursing Corvair 500's and 700's . . . o'n'the 6-Passengtr Lakewood Wagons . . . and on those Greenbrier SporU Wagons with up to twice the space of regular wagons. Need more be said? Your Chevrolet dealer is the man to talk to. S . ee .. tfle new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's YOUNG CHEVROLET COMPANY Inc. 301 E. SECOND ST. HOPE, ARK. PHONE 7-2355 OVERTURF'S SEMI - ANUAL SHOE SALE Still Going On - Bigger Than Ever! LADIES DRESS SHOES • High and Medium Heels • Values to $1 1.95 $3 - $4 - $5 • Sizes 5 to 10 — Widths AA to B LADIES CASUALS • Wedgies • Stack Heel • Values to $10.95 $3 - $4 - $5 • Sizes 5 to TO — Widths AA to B •5s BOY'S SHOES LOAFERS AND TIES Sizes 3£ to 6 — Values to 8 95 $4.00 CHILDREN'S SHQES Lots of Good Bock-to-School Numbers • Sizes 81 to 3 MEN'S SHOES Size 6 to 12 — B and D Widths • Values to $9.95 $5.00 - $6.00 GIRLS FLATS • Sizes 5 to 10 • Values to $8.95 $l-$2-$3-$4 MISSES DRESSY SHOES • While and Patent • Sizes 8J, to 3 • Values to 6 99 $3.00 OVERTURF'S FAMILY SHOE STORE 214 S. MAIN ST. Hope, Ark.

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