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W«dnesday, July 12, W1 IfAft* MOM, AKRANIAI f•*• M* National Loop Captures the All-Star Game <& By JOE 'REICHLER A s socia T ed Press Sports Write r SAN' l-T'.ANCISCO (AP> — Disgruntled American League All- Sliirs, glad to have escaped wind- ravaged Candlestick Park without having boon swept into San Francisco Bay. agreed today tho playing conditions wore- Iho worst they had over encountered. # ayhe their 5-1 10-inning dcfei sday by the Nationals had something to do witli it. Roger Maris. the New York muscle man who loads both majors wilb his :):! home runs, and Hocky Colavilo. Detroit's fcnsc bu.st.ei-. were the most outspoken of the players who fell the mail trouble wilh Candlestick Park was Ihtil it was built alongside the b;i> insload of under it. Even the tri- u»8|)haiit National Leaguers haf nothing but unkind words; to say of the Giants' home grounds. For seven innings, Candlestick Park's heralded wind was only a myth as far as the players and the 4-1.115 customers were concerned. Consequently, it was a contest of finesse, dignity and occasional brilliance. Wilh Milwaukee's Warren Spahn perfect and Cucinnali's Hob Purkey near-pcr- fcT'.. and Pittsburgh's Roberto Clcmentc Ic.iding the attack against New York's Whitey Ford and Wilmington's Diek Donovan wilh a triple and sacrifice fly, the Nationals surged into a 2-0 lead after Ihe fourth. The Americans got one run back in the sixth when Minnesota's Harmon Killebrow slammed a home run. their first hit, off ;uilty of a passed ball and Cin- innati outfielder Frank Robinson vas hit by a' pitch. As if that wasn't enough to make the record urnoul here wonder whether tfcpy vcre watching little instead of big eagucrs, a National Leaguer (shortstop Maury Wills* was guilty of interfering with runner Nellie Fox in the ninth and Fox himself was accused of failing to! year-old brackets of the Arkansas touch third base on his way home in the same play. The latter Youths Play for Junior State Title HOT SPRINGS, Ark. AP'— The final in holes of the 10 and 17- claim was rejected by the pircs. The National appeared to have ;hc victory, fourth in a row over the American and fifth in-the last six games, all wrapped up when pinch hitter George Alt man, Chi cago Cubs' outfielder, hammered a home run off Boston's Mike Fornieles in the eighth. But in the ninth, with Pittsburgh's Hoy Face i 'p llcsuav pitching, the Americans tied it all ' '"' 3-1! on a double by Norm Cash, singles by Al Kaline and Maris, I* and an error by third baseman Ken Boyer on Colavito's grounder. By the tenth Ihe swirling winds were blosving dust into the player's eyes and caps off their heads. Miller, with his flutlerball doing tricks in the wind, fanned (he first two batters but walked Fox. Kaline bounced to Boyer but the third baseman's throw sailed past first and Fox scored with the lie- breaking run with Kaline racing all the way to third. Henry Aaron opened (he bottom of the tenth with a single off Baltimore's Hoyt Wilhclm, reached second on a passed ball and scored when Willie Mays bounced a double over third baseman llow- ser's head. After Robinson was hit by a pitch, Clcmenle singled Willie home to end Ihe game. Manager Paul Richards of the American League said Ihe winds made Candlestick Park one of (he worst playing fields in the major leagues but he declined lo use il as an alibi. "The winds were just as bud State Golf Association's tournament will be played junior today, the um " I along with the competition for open junior title. Bill Martin of Benlon fired an HO over the first in holes Tuesday to take the lead in the 16- year-old.group, while Charles Collins of Texarkana had a 75 lo lead the 17-year-old bracket. Youths in the 10 through 15- year-old divisions wound up play But the two top scorers in the 14 and 15-year-old groups are eligible lo compete for the open junior crown. Mike Mitchell of Texarkana won the 15-year-old bracket with ii 73 and Hank Newell of Little Rock look the 14-year division with a 74. Winning the division for 10-year- olds was Charles Walkins of Forrest City with 47. Larry Taylor of Little Rock had a 50 to win the 11-year-old division. Contestants in the 10-11 groups play nine holes. Ross McCaskill of Little Rock won the 12-year bracket with a !)0 and Steve Morrison of Little Rock had tin 82 to win the 13- year-old bracket. Contestants in the 12-15 brackets shot 18 holes. Pehder Drops Title to Terry Downs By GEOFFREY MILLER LONDON <AP> — Paul Ponder, deposed from his share of the world middleweight championship prepared today to go home to Bos- ,: Mike McCormick. for one club as for the other," he (\Jnt southpaw Thill's the way things stood until Ihe eighth when Ihe wind, like a smirking villain waiting in Iho wings, suddenly came swirling from the bay lo bedevil the pitchers, fi-.'lil. rs. hatters and even the umpires and turn an unspectacular but uniformly played game into a spectacle. In Ihe last three innings, the Stars comntiHed five of the ..fine's seven errors. In addition, San Francisco pitcher Slu Miller was ch;ir;.'.ed with a balk, New York catcher Elslon Howard was said. 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Evans George Frazier—Mitchell LaGronu Mai hews lib 200000 Purkey p n 0 0 0 1 0 b-Musial 100000 McCormick p OOOOOO e-Altman 111100 Face p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Koufax p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Miller p OOOOOO i-Aaron 1 I 1000 Mays cf 5221 3 0 Cepeda If •• -- 3 II 0 0 I 0 F. KobiiiMin If 101 0 2 0 Clcmenle rt 41222 0 ; While II) 301 171 | Rolling, 2b 3 0 0 0 1 3 '" immer 2b 1 (I 0 0 0 0 Hui^ess c 401 0 13 0 Spahn p 0 I) 0 0 0 I :a-.Stuarl I I) 1 0 0 0 ; Buyer 31) 2 0 0 0 0"! j Totals 37 5 11 5 30 8 1 a-douhlcd for Spahn in 3rd b-Flied out for Purkey in nth c-Ilomered for Donovan in filh d-Struck out for Bunninu in tltli e-llomercd for MeCormick in IJtti f-Struck out for Temple in Ulli y-Ran for Cash in Dili h-Sal'e on error for Romano in Dill i-SiiiKled for Miller in 10th American 000 001 002 1—4 National 010 100 010 2-5 E-Cepcda, Kubek, Boyer 2, Burgess, dimmer", Gentile (none out when winning run scored in 10th inning i. LOB — American (i National i). 2b—Stuart, Cash, Mays 3b — Clcmonlo. III! — Killcbrew Allman. SB—F. Robinson. SF — While, Clcmenle. IP H Spahn Purkey McCormick Face y-Koufax Miller (W) Ford x-Lary Donovan Bunning Fornieles z-Wilhclm (L) x-Faced 1 bailer in fourth. 0-Faced I batter in ninth. /-Faced 3 batters in tenth. BB — McCormick 1 (Maris Miller 1 <Fox>, Wilhelm 1 (Boyer SO — Spahn 3 (Cash, Mantle Maris), Purkey 1 (Romano), McCormick 3 i Cash Mantle, Brandt) [Face 1 (Gentile), Miller 4 <Ku| bek, Wilhelm, Gentile, Maris i 'Ford 2 i Mays, Boiling) Donovan 1 (Boyeri Bunning 2 (While, Boy- !er), Wilhelm 1 (Clcmenle). HBP — By Wilhelm (F. Robinson i. Balk—Miller. PB—Howard. U — Landos (N 1 plate, Umont i A) first base, Crawford (N't second base, Hungc (A) third base, Vargo (N) left field, Drummond (A i" right field. T — 2:53. A — 44,115. Receipts (net)—$250,230.111. ton to sec his new baby daughter and start working to gel back his title. Terry Downcs, 25, the batllin Briton who served in the U.S. Marines, whipped him before 12. 000 wildly cheering fans in Wembley Indoor Stadium Tuesday night. Pcndcr retired with a cut over his left eye at the end of the ninth round. There is an agreement for a return boul in America within !K1 days. It is likely to be in Boston, but Downes' manager, Sam Burns said since both men suffered cuts there might be a slight delay. Ponder, 31, in his dressing room after the fight, scarcely had time to think about his defeat. The box er from Brookline, Mass., was surrounded by friends congratulating him on the news that his wife had given birth to a daughter in Boston. The news reached ringside halfway through the fight. Fender's seconds kept the news from him until the fighl was over. "Downes is n great fighter," Pcndcr said. "He would beat Gene Fullmer." Fullmer is recognized as world champion in most of Ihe United Slates. The crown which Downes look from Pcndcr is rccogniv.ed in New York, Massachusetts and Europe. Fender had the belter of the ninth round, although blood si reamed from his left eye. At the end of Ihe round referee Ike Powell talked wilh Fender in his irncr and then raised Downes and in victory. ender admitted afterward that ic cut was .superficial. "But 1 couldn't go on," he said. Standings Southern Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS t««l*y's G«m«s Little Rock at Nashville Mobile at Atlanta Macon at Birmingham Chattanooga at Shrcveport Tuesday's Result* No games scheduled Wednesday's Baseball Na r iotit)l League W- L. Pc». G.B. 54 30 .043 — 4!) 35 .5R3 5 42 35 39 40 43 .450 IS'.t 44 .450 10 Cincinnati ... i Los Angeles . i Pittsburgh ... | San Francisco |Milwaukee .., JSI. Louis — i Chicago PhiUullephia . •14 37 36 30 23 .543 .530 .481 .4515 .450 .205 Hope Star SPORTS an Tuesday's R«su'ts National League All-Stars 5, American League All-Stars 4—10 innings Today's Games No games scheduled Thursday's Schedule Pittsburgh ;il San Francisco Milwaukee at St. Louis, N Chicago at Cincinati, N Philadelphia at Los Angeles, N Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes L1TTLF, ROCK (API—Here, is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game anil Fish Commission: Lake Maumelle: Water clear and normal. Bass good, spot fishing early and late. Bream good, fishing deep, with worms and rickets. Crappie good, fishing leep, with live minnows. Lake Hamilton: Water condi- ions good. All fishing fair on all mil. Lake Oviachila: Water clour and uirmal. Ulack bass fair on arli- icial and live bail. Brem fair in crickets and worms. Grapple slow. Lake (.{rcoson: Court Docket American Lcagut Del roil New York .. Baltimore .. Cleveland .. Chicago Boston Washington Los Angeles Minnesota .. Kansas City W. 55 53 41! 47 42 4(1 311 35 34 31 Pet. .047 .040 .5115 .547 .41)11 .471 .452 .407 .405 .373 G.B. 15 Ifi'.i 20 "j 20 ',i 23 1-3 2 2 0 1 2-3 3 0 1-3 1 2-3 R ER 0 0 1 2 0 Movies, Fight Business Get Together Tuesday's Results National League All-Stars American League All-Stars 4—10 innings Today's Games No games scheduled Thursday's Schedule Baltimore at Boston. N Minnesota at Cleveland N Kansas City ill Washington, New York al Chicago, N Only games scheduled No report. Waler clear and • to good on min Lake Conway: lormal. Bass fai lows and artificial bail. Crappie. 'nir to good n minnows. Bream !ood on crickets, worms and popping bugs. Lake Bull Shoals Waler eondi- ions good. While Bass good on artificial lures. Black bass fair on deep running plugs. Crappie fair on minnows, Lake Catherine: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial bail. Bream fair on crickets and worms. Lake Norfork: Waler clear and falling. Bass fair on jigs and eels. Catfish fair on I rot and willow limb lines. Municipal Court of Hope. .Ark ansiis July 10. 1%!. City Docket Clay Hugh Spoils, Running red light, Forfeited $11.50 cash bond. John David Nelson, Disturb- nid ing peace, Forfeited $31.50 cash bond. Charlie Gilliam. Rosie Lee Mill- drew, Robert K. Richardson. No driver's license, Forfeited $11.50 cash bond. ' Clifton Kidil. Hampton L. Loo, Running slop sign, Forfeited $11.50 cash bond. Buck Brown. Paul May, Drunkenness, Forfeited $10. fill cash bond. Paul May, Berlin F.vaus, Mike, Campbell, Drunkenness, Plea guilly: lined $10.50. Robert K. Richardson, llow Houston, Driving while Intoxicated, Forfeited $11(1.15 cash bond; served I day in jail. Howard Houston, Resisting arrest, Forfeited $71.15 cash bond. Paul Maul, Resisting arres), Plea guilly; fined $71.15. State Docket Wilbur L. Tallil'f, Misuse ol emergency equipment on highway, Forfeited $31.50 cash bund, Joe Golden, Drunkenness, Forfeited $31.15 cash bond. Horace W. Johnson,' No ACC Authority, Forfeited $71.15 cash bond; $50.00 suspended. Douglas Jackson, lla/ardoiis Palmer and Player Still Favorites BIRKDALF., England (API Arnold Palmer and Gary Playct, lop favorites for Ihe British Open Coif title, go into the 72-holC championship today like two woi'- I'iod men—and no one can understand why. The two golf aces, who have cashed in more than $100,000 combined on Ihe American tourna- (ment circuit this season, were among 10!) golfers who f|iwlificd after the. opening two rounds. Moth Palmer, from Lai robe, Pit. ilyer, 25, Ihe South African star, were standout choices on Ihe eve til' play over the GIM-ynrcl liirkdale links. '' Most experts who watched them in the qualifying rounds saw tio reason In put. anyone else ahead in Iho' belling. Palmer qualified wilh a 2- round total of 11)0 and Player with Kill. . The only golfer leading the two favorites in Ihe qualifying round was left-handed New Xenliinder Hob Charles, who finished wilh I ltd. No left, hander has ever won the Mrilish Open. Two golfers still reckoned ,1,0 have a chance against Player and Palmer are defending champion Kel Nagle of Australia and his fellow countryman; Peter Thomson, who has won the.British Open four limes, including •>once ovcj this same sandy course ,«l. Birkdale which is packed with hazards for anyone who gels even slightly off line. 11 has a par of 30-30—7:2. By JOE MOOSHIL Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO iAP) — The fight .jame and the movie house — aia funnel-like contraption ouple of businesses which have ling. It resernbed jcen declining since the advent flushed cuspidor found f television—got together Monday light and came up with a successful showing. Using the facilities of the recently shut-down Vogue Theater, >romoler Joe Kellman's boxing card, featuring former wcllcr- ivcighl champion Virgil Akins, Irew a paid crowd'of 1,001) with a net gale of $2,750. Before the show started an ac- lordionist played old favorites in the plush-carpeted lobby. Of course, the candy counter was open and the popcorn machine was popping away. .Inside the air-conditioned theater, the carpeting was taken up because no smoking rules don't mean a thing to most fight funs. The ring was set on the stage and lo Ihe left and right of Ih ring were several rows of choic seals. The house was scaled at $r>, $3 and $2. The balcony proved the most popular spot because most of Ihe seals were $2. The ring announcer needed no microphone. The acoustics were tops. Nexl lo each fighter's slool was for spit- a water- next to a dental chair. Oh, yes. the fight. It wasn't much. Cecil Shorts, a 22-year-old j from Cleveland, was decked in | the eighth by Akins, the veteran Barge Lines Owe a Property Tax LITTLE HOCK (AIM _ The attorney general's office ruled Monday that barge lines operating for sippi hire on waters of Ihe slate are subject lo properly lax assessments. The. Tax Division of the Forfeited $31.15 cash driving, bund. The following forfeited $'10.15 cash bond on a charge of Overweight: Osborn Company, Bud Johnson Sinclair, Southern Tran- Assessmenl Coordination IJcparl- Kl>oralion Company, V. Viviano mi-ill said Ihe only lour u|ieriil- l& »™<hors. U. W. Phillips, Shedd ing were Ihe John I Hay Co. of Harlnsch Foods. Inc., II. W. Chicago and Iho Il&S Transports-.-Shelby, Hob Womack, Dean Van lion Co of Nashville on Ihe Missis-' I'iucs, Southwestern TransporlaHiver: Ihe Augusta liarge Co. of Augusta on Ihe While Itiv- er and Ihe Hanson Towing Co. ot I'll Dorado on Ihe Ouachila River. lion Company, Southern Lead Company. Theodis Primus. Disturbing peace, Dismissed. Final from St. Louis. Will promoter Kellman have another show lily 24 as .scheduled? "We'll have to count Ihe popcorn receipts and then decide," he laughed. Was a Good Safe TOKYO (API — A siifc washed away by a flood three days ago was found Monday buried in the dry bed of the Kano River 100 miles southwest of Tokyo. Inside, crisp and clean, were $3,500 worth of Japanese currency and slock certificates. V-Faced 1 bailer in ninth. Let us introduce you lo PURE AUTOMOTIVE ELEGANCE (with a 2-vcur, 21,OUO-nillc pledge of excellence) Charter No. 12533 Reserve District No. 8 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE First National Bank 2Mc, HOP rr IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1961 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES V - UKKCr "' T ' UNUtK ASSETS r, , , , ., , Dollars Cls. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash ilcms in process of collection l.OM.iJVO.IM United Stales Government obligations, direct .and guaranteed o 72(i 241.79 Obligations of Slates and political subdivisions l'v<) ( .i Ml 51 Corporate stock < including 18,000.00 slock of Federal Reserve bank) lli.OOO.OO Loans and discounts (including No overdrafts) •> <)[,•> J;!0 33 Bank premises; owned 155,(iU4.30, furniture and fixtures , $32,000.00 J!l7,(il!1.30 Other Assets i,-ji3.(i4 TOTAL ASSETS ~7.!)l'i,l'.11.41 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,770,471.34 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 3,4Wi,011.10 Deposits of United Slates Government (including postal savings) 301.420.01 Deposits of Stale.s and political subdivisions 5.i'.i.!!(i2.74 Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks etc) ... 1'J 00!J.'52 TOTAL DEPOSITS 7.• I7.'i-4..jl Total demand deposits 3,r>i2.7(i.J.4l Total lime and savings deposits 3,4-i(S.!Jll.lO Other Liabilities 12,000.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES 7,12!l.G7-».51 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common slock ONE TABLE WOMEN'S FLATS AND DRESS SHOES 86 Pairs Left $1.00 11 PAIRS ONLY WOMEN'S CASUALS • Values To 10.95 $4.00 BOYS' AND YOUTH SHOES • One Group Sizes 31/2 To 6 • 12 Pairs Only — B & D Widths • Values To 8.95 — Reduced! $Ooo 3 BOYS' SHOES Loafers and Tics 8'/z To 3 — To 6.99 Values MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES 28 Pairs Reduced To — GIRLS' CANVAS PF FLYERS AND FUN SHOES Sizes Small 5 to Misses' 3's Only 68 Pair Left — Now , $100 1 Capital Stock: Surplus: Undivided profits Reserves (and retirement account for preferred slock) .. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... MEMORANDA Assels pledged or assigned lo secure liabilities and for o'hcr purposes 200.000.00 400.000.00 ll.!.'..63!l.22 3.817.6B 7i!G.45(i.!K) 7.911U31.41 402,734.00 Nit car has ever been {lifted wilh llic hmiry and ipiulily of Lincoln (.'.onfmcnial. The rid' 1 is silk. And .jiisi us A quiet. In fad, the car \vas cmicciu'd and engineered In _ KvV.—. be llir iinesl. most silent, inosl. coniloi lahlc in lii-lnry. ll L.1J | j* so carefully Iniill thai I In- \\an.iiily far sin pu-scs I hat of anv olhcr \inci ic'.ui c.n. licl the details here »i>uu. L I N C O Li THE TRADING POST, 305 - SIS - 325 E. Third St., Hope, Ark. 1. Thomas 10. Hays, Cashier of Ihe above named bank do solemnly ijwear that Ihe above statement is true lo Ihe best of my knowledge and belief. Thomas E. Hays We. 'he undersigned directors attest Ihe correctness of this report of condition ami declare Unit it has been examined by us and lo the besl of our knowledge and belief is true and cored. Directors Yincenl \V Foster V. P. Sie \art Lloyd Spencer CHILDREN'S SHOES • 72 Pair Lcfr • Small 5's to 3's WOMEN'S CANVAS SHO • Values To 3.99 GIRLS' WHITE DRESSY SHOES Only 17 Pair Left $2.00 LADIES' AND MISSES FLATS • Values To 6.99 53.00 OVE RF'S FAMILY SHOE STORE 214 S. MAIN ST. — ALL SALES FINAL — OPEN AT 8 A.M. — CLOSE AT 5:30 P.M. HOPE, ARK.

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