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i Six er$, Redlegs HOP6 STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS in Keep Lead Because there were only I wo /imps in Ihc major leagues Mnn- kv night we will have a coin- lined major league roundup By MURRAY ROSE /Associated Press Shorts Writer Rocky Cnlavilo's Ihree-rnn horn- /cr led thc league-leading Del roil Tiger's to a 5-2 victory nvtr the Los Angeles Angels in the .American League Monday night as streaking Frank Robin-on hit a homer, double and single lo pace Cincinnali's National L e a g u e laee-sleers lo a !i-3 rout of Milwaukee. Colavito' faking over where slugging teammate Norm Cash left off Sunday, baited his homer in the sixth inning In uive the Tigers their third straight victory. The win at Los Angeles s!re; rm 'd Detroit's lead to one full game over Ihc idle New Yuri; Yankees. Dick McAuliffe's two-run homer in Ihc ninth iced the triumph for Jim Bunning 111-71 ; ,, K | ( | lc jj. gcrs. Robinson, making a tremendous bid for the National's triple crown —hatting, homers and runs batted in — and the most valuable player award,- stretched his hitting streak to 11) games, a league high for thc season. This was thc streaky Reds- third straight win and fattened thoir league lead over the idle Los Angeles Dodgers to two games. It blunted the surge of thc Braves who had won five straight and nine of their last ten games and dropped them i)'j games back of thc Reds. These were thc only two regular championship games as most of thc major leaguers took time out for the annual Hall of Fame con- j test at Cooperstown. N.Y. The ' Dodgers bombed, the Baltimore i Orioles. 6-2. in the exhibition. Cash is leading the American League in batting '.:>i;i;> and RBI '91) and is tied for fifth in homers with 27 in his bid for MVP laurels. Colavito is tied for fourth in RBI with 86 fourth in homers with 28 and is batiim .2,';:;. Mickey Mantle is third in hitting '.333'. first in homers <:'>7' and tied with Colavito in RBI. Roger Maris is second in homers '36'. third in RBI (88' and is batting .272. Robinson, who stretched his consecutive batting streak to 19 games—a National League high for the season—took over the NL's first place in homers <29' and RBI <87>. and closed in on balling leader Roberto Clemente wilh a .349 mark to the Pirate's .358. The Tigers were trailing 1-0 when Colavito blasted his homer off Jim Donohue M-4'. a former Detroit right hander. The AngeLs scored one run in the first on Leon Wagner's sacrifice fly and thc other in the seventh on a walk, two singles and an error. Cash opened the second with a triple but was stranded. In the ninth he walked and scored on McAuliffe's fifth homer. A! Kaline, another roaring Tiger, singled to extend his batting streak to 17 games. Wally Post ' !!• and Leo Cardenas (A> joined Robinson in the home run bombardment again.-t Warren Spahn and reliefer Ton;. Cloninger. Hobby's two-run homer in the seventh gave Jay -a fat 5-2 margin to work or.. It was ajay's third victory (no defeats' over his former teammates and his second over Spahn. Tuesday, Jufy 25, 1961 }\HAT \OUNG IVAN READS — Long-time adventure favorites of American children arc finding new audiences international, barriers. Among the familiar titles on Russian bookshelves arc three shown here From left seectorf • of Mark Twain: "Song of Hiawatha," by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and "The Pathfinder » b v JamesPlfenfmnrn Pnnnnr Twain s works have topped 13 million copies in the U.S.S.R. The volumes appear in a cultural exchange exhmitinnnF children's books — visiting New York, Cleveland, Ohio, and Denver, Colo. «-uuurdz excnanLC cxnibition of qnHP, stones Tracksters Getting Over Injuries FOOD FISH WARSAW «AP. _ The medical Either you like fish or you report on the crippled United ! don't-and the reasons usually States track team which meets; have to do with how they are Poland here this weekend began ; handled. to improve toclav. . „. ' .., almost as haV , ' , U " llk ? m ° ;lt ' cann ° l bc -7 -I i cf M'sguised easily. Even buried in cf StatC ' Tn ePoles were py about it as eoaeh Jim Elliott. "We don't want to go against a team that has a lot of injuries." said one Polish athletic official.' 1 \Ve have been hearing about the troubles thc Americans have been having and have been hoping that they would come around. "if we lose, we want to lose to a healthy team and if we win. we want to beat the besl." At the moment, 10 members of Elliott's 40-man squad are ill or injured. 'Chalatnoga , I Atlanta saute, heavily seasoned, and i Birmingham sloshed in wine, fish are fish. And if they aren't prepared correctly, woe unto the cook! ' [Little Rock The principal difference between : Shre\ eport fish and other meat is simply: jMu'on •• ;fish don't age very well. In fact. Mobile ionly freshingly-caught or freshd ! Mobile . i frozen fish arc fit for the tablm ,The rest are cat fod. Trout should be killed and gut- ited promptly when caught, and kept in col, wet burlap. If not ; eaten immediately, give the quick freeze treatment. c - in a Hop. step and jumper Bin Sharpes leg was so bad he ' Panfish should go into a mesh was sent home Monday. i bag, live well or live box. If the The onh . . . i . . the meet. thrower John Fromm. who has Bass, pike andother large fresh- nan a had pull in his right side, water fish nn Til, , * *~ Ml U • l ' n. 3 " l-tlll ,,^ |v^ (L ,ji, tl .-, L1 HI!-- Ihc team will have six days l cr if the water is cold. Otherwise. " i -i Great Britain; they shou ld be killed, gutted and £. Hmsh mees and hat should wrapped in cold, wet burlap or help considerably. Last week the! quick-chilled in chipped ice at squad defeated thc Russians 13-9, , once. cs ucsclay's Games Atlanta at Chattanooga Birmingham at Shreveport Little Hock at Macon Nashville at Mobile' Monday's Results Birmingham li, Shrevcporl at bats i _ Clemcnte, Pittsburgh, .:15.':: Robinson, Cincinnati .3-19. Runs — Mays San Francisco <!.">; Robinson. Cincinnati, III. Runs balled in— Robinson Cincinnati, !',7; Cepeda San Francisco f!5. Mils _ I'inson, Cincinnati and Clemente, Pittsburgh 12:!; Robinson, Cinchmali II!), .Doubles — Coleman Cincinnati, Aaron Milwaukee and Mays San Francisco, 2-1. Triples — Allman, Chicago, !): Clemcnte Pittsburgh and White St. Louis (J. Home runs — Robinson, Cincinnati, 29: Mays. San Francisco 211. Stolen bases — Aaron Milwaukee 1(1; Robinson. Cincinnati 15. Pitching (based on 7 or more 'decisions) _ p.jdres Los Angeles. 12-2. .!!.-,7; Jay, Cincinnati 14-5 .737. Slrikeouts - Koufax Los Angeles 157; Williams, Los Angeles, 12!). American League Hailing (based on 200 or more at bats) — Cash, Detroit, .lififi; Howard. New York .:55fl. Runs — Manlk- New York 87; Colavilo Del roil. :::>. Runs balled in — Cash, Detroit. yi : Onlili; Baltimore !)0. Hits — B. Robinson Baltimore, 120; Cash Detroit, 117. Doubles — Kubek New York, ::(); Kaline. Detroit 23. Triples — Wood Detroit, 8; .andis Chicago, 7. Home runs— Mantle New York, 1)7; Maris New York, 3fi. Stole bases — Aparicio Chicago. :!.'!; Ilowser, Kansas City 2(i. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions i — Latman Cleveland, !i-l .!)OU: Ford, New York, 17-2 Strikeouts — Ford New York, Uifi: Pascual Minnesota, 130. Midwest Is Little Loop Title Winner Midwest Dairy look the local Little League title last Friday night, ending the season with, a and 2 record. Standing only one very close game behind was Pop Kola with a 12-.') record. Mia- wcst. i<i managed by Bob West- Last ytai's' champions, managed by L. I). Martin. CBC, always a contender, managed by "Dusty Rhodes" finis'li- ed third with 7 wins ;ind !! losses. '>asl yea's champior.-s. managed by Brint Oebtn was Fourth with a (>-!) record. ^ Hounding out the slandjugs is Colcman Dairy, lost years' run- ncrup, managud by Larry Cox, with 4 wins and II losses ar.-d the Lions,', managed by .lames Ilalfield, with a :! and 12 record. Midwest and Pop Kola, having, gone through several years of building a top ball club came up strong this season lo kr.uck off sonu of the lop foams, such as Owens, Coleman and CBC, w'ho were hurl badly Ibis .season by the loss of some lop boys through graduation in l!)(j(). The Lions', playing this season with a group | of very pi'omisir/g youngsters, should come up strong in the next couple of seasons, so thing;; may be different in i!Ki2. The Little League All Star.: will play Smackovcr here Thursday night at 7 p.m. in the first game jof the Area 4 Tournament 1 . If 11 lope wirs, Die winnci' of the Crossell-Monticello game on the s'amc night will travel here For the finals on Friday night. If Smackovcr wins, the District 4B winner will play at Smackovcr on Frioay night. j MONKEY WENCH — It seems a lot of monkey business, but Mickey, a female monkey, was trained by six Washington psychologists who form Animalatcd, Inc. The corporation not only rents out the animals, but designs and builds promotional exhibits which the animals operate. Shown, above, is a demonstration of her musical "skills." A product of classical conditioning, Mickey, who has a complete wardrobe of furs and cocktail dresses, is rented out to cocktail parties where she becomes hostess. She manages to amble around balancing trays of martinis—she never spills a drop. Court Docket City Docket Larry Han-ell, Edgar Gorham, drunkenness, ' forfeited $l(i.!50 cash bond. J. L Cole, s'peeding, forfeited $11.30 cash bond. David E. West, reckless driving, forfeited $31.50 cash bond. James McFadclcn, no state ear license, forfeited $t(>., r >() cash bond. Faye Burns, destroying evidence i liquor), forfeited $!Xi.i>0 cash bond. John Harris, possessing untax- cd beer, forfeited $50.50 cash bond. Tomrnie Burns, transporting imlaxed intoxicating liquor, 1'or- j failed $5G.!iO cash bond. ! Billic Thompson, Paul White, (driving while intoxicated, forfeil- jcd $56.50 cash bond; served one- day m jail. Cordcll Dixon, disturbing t'hc peace, plea guilty, fined $31.50. •Sfai'ei Docket Auslcy Willcll,, failure to yield right ol way, plea guilty; fined | $2G.15. Bryant Heed, gaming, forfeited $:;I.I5 cash bond. James Floyd Stewart, no driver's license, tried; fined $2G,lfi; notice of appeal. Thomas Burns, reckless driving, forfeited $•!(;. 15 ca."h bnr/.'i. James Floyd Stewart. driving while intoxicalcd. tried; ' fined one day in jail; not ice of , bond fixed at $150. P. Va'ndci-grafl, Clarence , Caesar Ogduv, driving intoxicated, forfeited $(ifi.ir> bond; served one day in one who might miss ' water is warm, bury them ^ however, is javelin box of'chipped ice. Bass, Mobile 5 (10 in- the We Britain , Germans 14-6 and Great 13-7. Fight Results When to Fish or Hunt Solunar Tables ly John Alden Knight Tl»e «checuie of Solunar period U printed below, has been laka Irona John Alden Knight's Solunai Tables. Plan your days so lha you will be fisning in good tern lory or hunting in good cover dui ing these times, i( you wish ti find the'best sport Inat eaco da) has to offer. Th« Major periods are shown h S>ld face lype. These begin at In. 'low ihown and last for an boa aud • half or two hours there alter. The minor Periods, showt ID regular type, are of somewHs •barter duration Minor Major Minor Major By HE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mobile. Ala. — Ralph Dupas, ])'.>'•••. New Orleans outpointed Guy Sumlin 148 Prichard Ala., 12. San Francisco — Willie Woods I:!! 1 .-. San Francisco, outpointed Hilton Smith. 12U'- Tampa Fla. 10. Chicago — Bobby Slininato 173, outpointed Jesse Bosvdry, 177. St. Loui.-. 10. All warm water fish take well to deep freezing. However, they .should be filletcdn packaged anil , frozen son after they are caught '' and not left hanging on a stringer ;all day. gmost game fish except i trout should be skinned, not scaled c j Experts chefs recommend fry- jing fillets in deep, hot shortening lor oil. However, most good cooks prefer fish broiled or baked in foil or a casserole dish. Best results arc had by coking them simply and quickly. Serve 'em hot w-ith a slice of lemon, a dash of melted butter, and . . . say, where jdid all those fish haters go? Nashville nings i Little Rock !i. Macon :i Atlanta [i, Chattanooga 2 1 By Tuesday Baseball HE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Detroit New York . Cleveland .. Baltimore .. Chicago Boston Washington Los Angeles Minnesota . Kansas City W. 113 00 53 51 50 45 42 42 L- 34 33 45 45 47 Pet- .(145 .541 .531 .515 .45!) .442 .-133 .421 | Major League Stars ; By HE ASSOCIATED PRESS • Hilling—Frank Robinson, Reds, •Kul homer, double and single .stretching hilling streak to Na- jtional League high of If) in leading team to !)-3 victory over Milwaukee; and Rocky Colavito, Tigers, hit three-run homer in team's come-from-behind 5-2 victory over Los Angeles. ] Pitching — Joey Jay, Reds, slopped Braves wilh nine hits in scoring 14th victory, fops in National League; and Jim Bunning Tigers, halted hot Angels with eight hits. Swiss Take Over BERN. Switzerland iAP)— The i Sv. i.-s government announced tu-i 'lay it has agreed to look after i Fi ;,m:e's diplomatic affairs in Tu- i ni-ia. I diplomatic rc-i'-itions Ix-twncn France and Tunisia were broken Tucs. Wed. . Thurs. Fri. . Sat. . bun. . A. M. 2:.DO 9:05 3:50 10:05 4:50 11:05 5:.50 — 0:50 12:35 7:45 1:30 5:15 l'i:l~, 7:1 j 0.10 P. M. 9:35 10:35 11:35 12:05 1:05 2:00 '.;e in lifted for a pinch hitter •irth wit,h the score 3-0 him. The 40-year-old .-till three wins away cine 300 set. was v. i'.h his 12th loss. He '.<. Jay ' 14-3i paces the. \ ietwics. DON'T DELAY! Drive out to Jordan's "Get Fot Shop" where you can get food for your freezer; butter bccns, peas, okrg. H.T. JORDAN «,. 2 .B«3* NASHVILLE, ARK. Phone 588-W1 Travelers Overpower Macon 8-3 By VERNON BUTLER Associated Press Sports Writer Birmingham, enjoying robust ,,„ health now that The Monster is st well again, was back on top of the Southern Association today. The Mon-lcr. of eour.-'.. is bi-. 1 Stan Palys and the nickname wa- affectionately hung on the Im.-kv outfielder while he was on hi's way to a second league batting championship !a-t -eason. Jnjurie.- have hampered bi-.j Stan this sea-on. but he's still challenging the leader- in runs balled in, and i hat's where he excelled Monday ni'.iht. I'al'.s knocked in three runs with a single and a pair of sacrifice fli'-s a.-i Ihc Baron., regained I he league- lead with a ti - 1 victory o'.er Shreveport Atlanta knocked Chat- lanoga out of fir-t place ;;.;> |.ji.. tic Rock overpowered Ma> on <;-:; .-jiid Nv-h-il'.- i : ,...f,,..,i \i,,i 8-.J in 10 inruni . ' 41) ;>r> 34 lit) .332 27'j Monday Result Detroit 5, Los Angeles 2 i.\j uesday Games Chicago at New York <2i Uwi- night i Boston at Baltimore <N) Washington at Minnesota i.\) Cleveland at Kansas City <\) Detroit at Los Angeles i.\j Wednesday Games Chicago at New York Boston at Baltimore '2> i|.\vi- nightJ Washington at Minnesola <N> Cleveland at Kansas City '\> Detroit at Los Angeles i N i National League W. L. Pet- G.B. By Los San Frani-i Mil'.', auk--.. .".n; 5iji; Minor League Results HE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Columbus li, Toronto 3 ! Hichmontl 5. Buffalo 2 • Syracuse at Jersey City, rain i Only games ] American Association | Denver n-l Indianapolis IMS 'second II iningsi , Houston S, Dallas-Forth Worth I! ; Louisville 17, Omaha 1 ! Pacific Coast League Seal lie !!, Tacoma (i (10 innings) i Hawaii (i, Salt Lake City 3 j Only games Woodmen of the World "The Family Fraternity" W.O.W. LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY See: DENVER HORNADAY 518 W. 4th Phone 7-2317 -l ;; .47!! . . ::!) 53 .424 ' 2') i;o .:,-j; Monday Resalt Cincinnati !i. Milwaukee 3 Only -:;,me schediiled Tuesday Games S! Louis at Chiea'_ r o Lo- Ali'.'rlr- at Plill.-idriphia S.ui Francisco at ['ill bi HAROLD HENDRIX PULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pine and Hardwood. Hope Yard Prescort Yard 16th & La. N. on Hwy. (7 7-4321 88-72310 !-'i L ir.-iali al Milwaukee Wednesday Games l'ii; b Le.iquc- Leaders By HE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nj'ictir.l Lt-jfjue H^'i;:,., -I,., . ,| ,,i. ::')() n- !,-., . SPRAYERS Row Crop and Pasture Sprayers Now Is the Time to Buy PORTER Implement & Garage . 3rd St. Phone 7-2767 Ask for a Demonstration $!!(). 15, appeal E. Jester while cash jail. Zcnon Xamora, .Jones Truck Lines, II. R. Ba;^(.lt, I!. A. Brooks', overweight, forfeited $4fi.l5 cash bond. Mrs. W. G. Bagwell, j-ivir.- an overdraft, dismissed on payment of costs. Billy Joe. Arnrlt., Parry Min'ry. assault and battery, dismissed on payment of costs. Chester Spearman, giving an overdraft, dismissed without prejudice. Pete Muldrow, drunkcm;cas dismissed without prejudice:. Vonnio Kdwarils, grand larceny, dismissed. Billy Joe. Arne.lt,. disturbing pub- From Records at Hempstead Courthouse Chancery Courl 1 W Mary Ann Adams vs (.!eo. I'kl 1 ward Adams. Divorce.. Mnrr'iagc 1 Liceirjji's Issued Millard F. Boggctl, Memphis, and Jo Beth Itettig, Hope. Henry L. Andersen. Hope and Lucy Mac Clark, Hope. The new Church of Engliii'. 1 '* Cathedral in Coventry, which will be consecrated in May, I!)(i2. is rising near I lie carefully preserved ruins of the famous 151 h Century church. The old church was destroyed in a World War II bombing raid. lie place, dismissed. J. U. Will's, Assault and bat : tery, dismissed. ex Civil Docket Matlie Scoll. vs. Jodie McClendon. Hope Basket Co., garnishe'e, aciioiv for .-;;(;;;, dismis.ved before judgment. THE SOARING '61 COMET MERCURY LOCAL BUYING BOOM BOOSTS SALES 34% WHY: COMET is the first compact with line-cm- stylinp-. . . rides smooth as silk . . . carries 6 people, holds 28 cu. ft. of liiju^e. Available'm'li- and 4-door sedans and wagons. Priced with or below compacts of other makers MERCURY gives you 7 money-saving, self-servicing features . . . superb roominess . . . solid ride .. . traditional value ... and it's now in the popular-price range, FOR THE REAL LOW-DOWN - COME GET OUR PRICE AND DEAL! THE TRADING POST 305-315-325 E. Third St. Hope, Ark.

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