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br.. . \\ Puff 12, The Daily Reporter, Mondny, .Tune 1,105!) Locols Drill Wednesdoy Merchants Split Weekend Tests, Roswell Streak Ended Y. M. C A. Activities Dover's recently - revived Merchants baseball team split over the Memorial Day weekend. It won 8-2 over Kilgore yesterday and lost a tight 2-1 pitcher's duel to Newcomerstown Memorial Day. Other County League action saw j Kilgore snap Roswcll's 20 - game j winning streak Memoria' Dny with | B 2-1 win after losing the opener j 7-0. New Philadelphia's Merchants j split with Stone Creek Saturday, j winning the first 11-2 and losing : the second 8-4. and then tallied a singles hy Tom Sweilzer nnd Don i Smith and three Kilgore errors for j the markers as It batted through j the complete order. ! Kilgore scored once each in the | first and second innings as it fail- : ed to solve the offerings of Don : Pace and lofty Wagner, who followed Pacr to the mound in the sixth frame. Wagner was tho victim of an | anemic Dover hillinK ntlaek in j Saturday's contest. Pitching superb ! baseball, he limited Newcomers- ! 16 • 15 victory over Onadenhuttcn | lown io three hits. yesterday. Dover broke yesterday's contest wide open in the second frame with six tallies, four of them unearned, to add to two runs scored in the first inning. It combined big doubles by Fred Wagner and Dave Stoffer with By THE ASSOCIATKI) I'll ESS Sunday Ilosults Pacific Toast I.eajrue Phoenix 14, Salt Lake City 8 Sacramento 5, San Diego 2 Portland 8, Spokane 5 Vancouver 6-13, Seattle 4-1 American Assn. Charleston G-2. Fort Worth 4-0 St. Paul 2. Minneaiwlis 1 Dallas -t, Louisville? 3 Omaha 5-3. Denver 0-0 Indianapolis 7, .Houston 3 International LeaRue Montreal 10, Buffalo fi Rochester 7, Toronto 3 Columbus 4, Richmond 3, 10 Innings Miami 7, Havana 0, 11 innings Saturday Results International League Rochester 11-5, Toronto 0-4 second same, 11 innings Buffalo 12-11, Montreal 2-5 Havana 4-5, Miami 3-4 Columbus 8-0, Richmond 0-8 American Assn. Houston 6-1, Indinnapolir, 1-5 Louisville 5-2. Dallas 4-8 St. Paul 5-3, Minneapolis 2-4 morning game, 11 innings Charleston 5, Fort Worth 1 Denver at Omaha, ppcl Pacific Const Lcnguc Salt Lake City 8. Phoenix 5, II Innings Vancouver 2, Seattle. 1 San Diego 6, Sacramento 2 Portland 8, Spokane 4 At the same time his own males ; fmlod to conned solidly, collecting only four singles. Its lone run c;imo in the fifth inning when Walt. Hurt- scher walked, advanced to second on an erior and scored on Don Smith's single, Dover will travel Io Stone Creek next Sunday for a 2 p.m. engagement, with .1 6 p.m. practice session set Wednesday night at City Field. ("•cue Kraut/ led New Philadelphia in its opening game victory with four hits as .Mm Hawk took the victory. Jim Pfciffer took the victory for Stone (.'reek in the second outing as Hen Wherley led the way at the plate with three hits. Pfeiffer aided his own cause with a double. Hoswell's Danny Kopp tossed the opening game victory and Junior Yosiek was charged with the loss in the nightcap, Lin Heese, Nick Scalambrino and Paul Drotoviek led tin: winners in the first game with three hits apiece, with one of Reese's going for the circuit. Rnswell will practice each night this wook at 5:30. It WHS rilso announced thai Minerva has joined the league. 323,778 Fans See Major Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Major league baseball drew a total of 323,778 paid to the two- day holiday weekend program. The National League led with 171,536 to the American's 152,242. Saturday's tolal altendance of 170,337 bettered Sunday's total of 153,4-11. Only two doublcheadcrs were played in the National League over the weekend, both on Sunday. The American had all doubleheaders on Saturday and all singles Sunday. The weekend's largest crowd was 28,994 for a night game at Los Angeles against the Chicago Cubs Saturday. Milwaukee had 28,590 for a twinbill with Philadelphia. Tho largest American League turnout was the 27,70(i tit Detroit on Sunday. Los Angeles retried 5€,!>79 Sunday bul that included 31,750 dren admitted free. chil- Gonzales World Champ 5th. Year LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP) — Pancho Gonzales is the world professional tennis champion for the fifth straight year. Gonzales clinched the title Saturday and then defeated his main rival, Lew Hoad, in the final match of their tour, 6-3, 15-13, Sunday. Gon/ales won $29,150 on the tour. Hoad's total was $28,250. The championship is based on money won. Hoad came out on top in matches with Gonzales, 15-13. Brown Derby Splits WOLF-The Brown Derby split a twin bill yesterday with Wolf on the Wolf diamond. The host club won the opener, 4-2 while the Brown Derby club took the nightcap 3-1. Charlie Long was tagged with the loss in the first game while Harold Lawver was the winner and Tom Watson chalked up the second game win while M. Lawver was the loser. Sugarcreek Team Splits In Two Weekend Contests SUC,ARCHEEK - .Sugarcreek Park's baseball team in the Tri- Counly League split in two weekend contests, losing to Reach City 1-0 Saturday nnd turning back Wil- mol (J-3 yesterday. Bi'.'iC'h City remained undefeated in league action as a result of Saturday's contest as Wall Wade pitched and batted llu: team to victory. He limited the Creekers to four hits, two by Jim Landis while beating out two infield rollers for the lone Beach City bingles. Tom Oil was nearly equally effective as he permitted only Wade's scratch hits. Glen Heidcnbach pitched yesterday's game, giving up only two hits until relieved by Oil in the ninth with the bases loaded and one out. Oil proceeded to retire the side on the strikeout and an attempted steal. Dick Klein and Reiclenbnch led the Parks with two hits apiece. Horse Race Fans Go On Spend Spree Hy THE ASSOCIATED TRUSS Horse racing fans wont on a spending spree Memorial Day, as 468,0(55 of them wagorcd $31,331,970 nl 18 running and 11 trotting tracks. The breakdown shows that n total of $26.2:19,342 was bet on the runners by 3(51,260 speclalors, The trotting tracks, with all except Hay Meadwvs operating ill nighl, had a turnout of lOt>.H()f> with a muluel handle of $5,092,1)28. Belmont Park topped all in amount wagered with $4.0-l2,8f>2~ the first four million dollar day since May 30, 194G. Yesterday's Stars -* By THE ASSOCIATED I'll ESS Batting — Smoky Burgess, Don Hoak and Bob Skinner, Pirates, Burgess hit three home runs, driving in five; Honk hit three homers driving in four and Skinner hit two homers, driving in seven runs in 0-2 and 14-11 victories over Cincinnati. Pitching — Warren S p a h n, Braves, won his 253rd major league game with 4-hit 2-1 victory over Philadelphia in second game of doubleheader. TODAY S:0t) Orxm gym for working hoyl. 5:15 Dip for junior high boys. 5:45 Men's swim rlas?. 7:00 Woman's ndvnnerd swim clnss; Tlnd.v liillldliiR, Jmln rlnss. 7:45 Women's minnow rlnss. ft:00 Open gym fl:.10 Women's beginner «wlm class. ti.-lft MrmlMTflhl)) swim lor Junior and xpnlor boys. Tt'KHllAY \ -00 TriflpolcN swim rlnss for 2nd ,-inr! ,'li-d Orndp boys nnd flirts. 4:1.1 firadr boys' gym class. 5:00 tirade hoys' flip. .V.'IO Junior nnd BPriliir high mlxffl Irr.ms class; I'ro|) ami {.'arlel swim tennis 7:0(1 Women's fish rljiHfi. 7:.W Oprn gym for Junior mid senior hlfih bo.vs 7:45 Open B.vm for Junior high buys; Women's minnow rlax.s. 0:00 Open gym lor senior high boys. Khrushchev Reiterates War Threat LONDON (AP)—Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev has again cou- | pled a Ihreal. of total destruction I for the Wesl in the event, of war i with a prediction of capitalism's inevitable defeat. In ti speech in Iho Albanian lown of Vlnre, Khrushchev warned Sunday night that any attack on the Soviet bloc would be "tantamount Io suicide." He said the West's "reckless" policies wore hastening "Ihe time when mankind will be able to bury capitalism deeply." "No matter how much aging capitalism is trying Io prolong its existence, it is doomed because it will be replaced by the new victorious system •— communism," Khrushchev declared. fie promised again that Soviet Industrial might would eventually outstrip America's industry. Earlier announcement was made, of a joint Soviet-Albanian commu- nique on world policy, signed in Tirana by Khrushchev ami Albania's Red leader Envcr Hoxha, The. communique repeated standard Communist calls for an end to colonialism, Red China's scaling in the United Nations, reduction of foreign troops in (rermany, and signing of a nonaggression pact between the North Atlantic Alliance and the Communist Warsaw Pad countries. H also- urged establishment ol a central I'.!uropc.an /one free of nuclear and rocket weapons and said (here were improved prospects for an end to world tensions. The communique contained one unusual feature, an expression of willingness to continue- developing relations with Yugoslavia "on the basis of mutual respect, equality and noninterferences in each other's internal affairs." The Soviet bloc and Yugoslavia have been on the out. 1 ; for months because of Yugoslav President Tito's insistence on a policy and brand of communism independent of the Kremlin's dictation. Baccalaureate Service Held Seniors At Phila Told To Acquire Deep Faith New Philadelphia's 170 graduating seniors, who will receive diplomas Tuesday night, were encouraged to faco life with courage and f)iirjx>so when baccalaureate services were held in the school auditorium last night. Addressing Ihe graduates and 800 parents, relatives and friends was Rev. Willis Stehman of the Church of the Hrcthren and father of Helen Slehman, one of the seniors. "The world is looking to the youth of today for answers to the multiplied problems which confront us," Rev. Stehman said. "Youth today is challenged as never before. Thorn is no individual who creates wilhin us greater admiration than Ihe young person who is serious-minded about what he Is going to do about his life. "Life is not a racket, it Is not pull, it is not pleasure and It is not accident. Life Is merit and if any of you think cleverness and pull and all that sort of thing can take precedence over honest effort and merit you will have a rude awakening some day. "Life is hard and a grim business. While happy slogans do their llllio services, man needs something more subslanlial to keep him believing that it is worth living. 'Keep smiling' is wasted advice to one who has lost two front teeth. 'Stand up and be a man' is poor admonition to one who has already been paraly/.ed by a fateful blow and 'keep going 1 are ridiculous words to a man who has alroadj stumbled nnd Is falling off the top. Three things appear to be necessary If a man is to face life with courage and hope, if he is to keep his incentive for high endeavor and if ho is to be saved from the sickening feeling of futility. "First, man must have a fnlth worth living by, R'nllh unlimited is man's possession. It would be almost impossible to live in our society without it. Some do not have the faith which enables them to face life unafraid. "Too often faith is squandered In foolish nnd prodigal ways. A faith worth living by is nothing other than a faith in God. If you have found such a faith you will have pilrjxxso and direction and you will walk in the world with dignity nnd happiness. "Second, a man must have fl mission worth living for. So many people have found no reason for their living. Life must have a devotion which must bo invested. "Men who history exalls, and who exalt history, have been those who lived for a mission, who not only dreamed dreams, but kept awake a high endeavor to make them come true. "Third, a,man must have a sol! worth living with, Self-respect is life's prime value. To be able to reverence oneself, to live with the knowledge that on,, is not a counterfeit, is to walk the world with dignity. One may possess all other goods of life, bul if inwardly he knows himself to be a fraud, nolh ing avails to bring him real hap pi ness. "The future may look dark and have uncertainties for some of you. There arc things which may cause you to fear. Hut you enn be assured of being able to face life, with Jill thai U holds for you whether u f "id or evil, with courage if you have a faith worth living by, a mission worth living for and a self worth living with," he con eluded. The procession of the seniors was led by Mrs. Henry Williams and Homer Kepplcr, the class ad visors. The processional, the recessional and the music prior to Iho services were played by Ihe junior division orchestra, under the direction of George Polce. Two selections were presented by the high school A Cappella Choir under the direction of Paul Bliss. The invocation and benediction were given by Rev. James N. Fisher of Emmanuel Lutheran, whose daughter, Adelaide, also is a member of the class. Rev. Chnrles Finncy of the Church of. the Nazarenc read the Scripture and Rev. William Knapp of Trinity Episcopal offered prayer. Television And Radio By BITTY JENKINS (LISTINGS ARE EST FOB EDT ADD ONE HOUR) Channel 3 (NRO-KVW channel 8 tABC)—WBWS Channel 8 (CBS) - WJW Channel » (NBC-ABC) •- Wf BF Channel 9 (CBS-ABC) — W8TV ALL, PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE DAYTIME TELEVISION PROGRAMS CHANNEL 3 (NBC)—5:30 a.m., Today'* Classroom! 8 a.m., Today: 7:88 a.m., News; 8 a.m., Cash on the Line: 9:80 a.m., Treasure Hunt; 10 a.m., Price I* night; 10:30 a.m., Concentrations 11 a.m., Tic Tao Dough: 11:30 p.m., It Could Be You; Noon, Movie; 1:45 p.m.. News; 2 p.m., Voung Dr. Malone; 2:30 p.m., From These IU>ots; 3 p.m., Truth or Consequences*; 3:30 p.m.. County Fair. CHANNEL * (CMS)—8:30 a.m., Physics Courses 8 a.m., Rex Humbard: 0:10 a.m., Mr. Bnnjo; 7 a.m., Capt. Kangaroo; 7:49 a.m., Watch and Win Movie: 0:30 a.m., Sam Lcvenson; 10 a.m., I Love Lucy; 10:30 a.m., Top Dollar; 11 a.m., lx»vo of Life; 11:30 a.m., Search For Tomorrow; 11:48 a.m. Guiding LlKht; Noon, movie; 1:15, Jimmy Dean; 1:30 p.m., Art Llnklettcr; 2 p.m., Womnn; 3 p.m., Brighter Day; 3:15 p.m., Secret Storm; 3:30 p.m., Edge of night. CHANNEL 5 (ABC)—7:30 n.m., Slu Erwln; 8 a.m., Telecourse; 8:30 a.m., ] Pnlge Palmer; 10 a.m. Our Miss Brooks; 11 a.m.. News; 11:08 a.m., Noon 11:80 a.m., Dorothy Fulcllielm; Noon, One O'clock Club; 1:30 p.m., Oale Storm; land. 2 p.m., Heat Tho Clock; 2:30 p.m., Who Do You Trust; 3 p.m., HIGHLIGHTS OP TONIGHT'S TV PROGRAMS Wright Is Right VIRGINIA BEACH, Va, (AP)Long-hitting Mickey Wright won ihe $6,000 Virginia Beach Women's Invitation Golf Tournament and gained stature both as golfer and as prognosticate! 1 . On the eve of the first round of the 54-hole tournament for lady professionals last Thursday, the Bonita, Calif., golfer predicted she- could shoot a 207 and that it would win. She did, and it did. HURLS NO-HITTER UHRICHSVILLE _ Tom Esterday hurled the first no-hit no-run game in the Uhrichsville Little League Friday when he hurled his club to a 5-0 win over Maurer's. Easterday. hurling for Spring's, struck out 11 and walked but one man. Dodgers Pay Bonus LOS ANGELES (APt—Tho Los Angeles Dodgers have paid an estimated $75,000 bonus for Phil Ortega, 19-year-old high school pitcher from Mo;i, An/. Ortega will rt'|x>ri Tuesday to the Dodgers' Sjx>kam> farm club in the Triple-- A Pacific Coast League 1 . Ortega, ;i right-hander, siand (»3 and woighs !b'5 pounds. He> won 28 and lost 5 in three seasons ut Mesa High School. Pair Survive Fall Of 175 Feet At Park ASHLAND, Ohio (AP) — Jerry Schoditsch, 20, Kent University student who fell 175 feet down a cliff in Mohican Stale Park Saturday, was released from Kettering Hospital in Loudonvillo Sunday. The Hi'v, Kugi-'iii' II. Kuen.uemann, '.V2, of Kent was reported in fairly M»od condition in Kobinson Memorial Hospital at Kent. The Uev. Mr. Uiieggemnnn tumbled down the cliff when ho chased a ball, and Schodilsch, 20, of Elyria, tried to grab him. They were with n group on a church outing. County Auto Club Sets Driver School The Tuscarawns County Automobile Club will again conduct a driver training school for all persons who desire to enroll in Tuscarawas County, Club Manager Glen Kurbay announced today It will be the only commercial driving school in the county and tuition will be $30 for club'mem- bers and $-10 for nou-mombers. 1'U'gi.slration will be taken at the club offices at New Philadelphia Saturday morning. Those who desire more information mav call the club. The school is licensed by the state and will be conducted to nu'el all tho standards set up by the Ohio Highway Safety Department. The course will include nine hours of driving by students. Pacifist Minister Returns To Church After Jail Term CINCINNATI fAPl-A controversial pacifist minister returned to his old church and old life here Sunday after a federal prison term, bul there was one big change. The old church-connected neighborhood house once directed by the Rev. Maurice F. McCrackin had been cul loose and set tip as an independent corporation. Close associates said the minister put much of his church work Into building up Ihe neighborhood house. The church is a joint Episcopal- Presbyterian venture. After the minister's legal troubles cropped up, Episcopal Bishop Henry Wise Hobson decided to take over the neighborhood house, owned by his diocese. The Rev. Mr. McCrackin gave his first sermon Sunday since release from a federal prison farm in Allcnwood, Pa. His congregation made it plain they are glad he's back. The war-hating preacher touched briefly on his prison stay in his sermon. His litlle Wesl Cincinnati- Si. Barnabas Church was packed. lie shook hands at the door with everyone who was at the morning services and heard many say, "so good to see you," and "so good to hear your voice again." The Rev. Mr. McCrackin, who says ho won't pay his income laxes because they help pay for war weapons, was released Friday after serving five months and four clays of a six month term. He was convicted Dec. 12 on a charge of ignoring a federal summons to H conference on his income taxes. In his sermon, he spoke of his joy at returning to the church: "It is a day I have dreamed about and have hungered for." He went on to say he believes more than a handful of people "have pushed us to the brink of nuclear disaster," and possible World War III. The Rev. Mr. McCrnckin, at- tracled attention during his trial because he said his conscience forbade him to cooperate with federal officials in the matter. That meant court aides had to lug him in and out of the courtroom, the minister ignored his court-appointed lawyers and took little note of matters in court. He slopped eating for a lime in jail. fi:.10 p.m. SHIRLEY TEMPLE STORYHOOK <5)-John Erlcson and J. Carrol Naish star in "Hiawatha," based on Longfellow's narrative poem. 7:30 p.m. BOLD JOURNEY (5) The incredible feat of six Frenchmen who, for the first time, scaled the treacherous south face of the Western Hemisphere's highest peak—Argentina's Aconcagua in the Andes—will be presented in "Aconcagua." 8 p.m. PETER GUNN (3-7) — Singer Edie Hart (Lola Albright) is wounded by two hoods at Mother's and Gunn (Craig Stevens) sets out to match vengeance with vengeance in "Vendetta." 8 p.m. VOICE OF FIRESTONE (5-9) — Completing its 1958 - 59 season of braodcastlng, the program presents Metropolita Opera stars Rise Stevens, Heidi Krall, Richard Tucker and Robert Merrill In "Highlights of 31 Years." Guest conductor will be Howard Barlow. 8:30 p.m. ALCOA THEATRE (3-7) — Harry Russell (Eddie Ryder), a small-time criminal, makes a distinguished record au a soldier in Korea in "Medals for Harry." He falls in love with Emily Meadow (Ruta Lee), traveling with a USO show, and leaves his money and medals with her. 9 p.m. SUMMER ON ICE (3-7)— The special skating extravaganza, starring Rosemary Clooney, Tab Hunter, Tony Randall and the entire cast of the world-famous "Ice Capades of "59", will be telecast. The full hour, ice special, taped in Hollywood and produced and directed by Alan Handley, will spotlight figure skating champions Ronnie Robertson and Cathy Machado, 9 p.m. DESILU PLAYHOUSE (89 )— Eli Wallnch stars as a crusading Puerto Rican lawyer dedicated to helping his countrymen living in New York City in "My Father, the Fool." Wallach portrays Raymond Perez,' an attorney whose disreputable father (J. Carrol Naish) is a constant problem and embarrassment to him. (Rebroadcast). M50AL NOTICE TO CONtRAC'TonS STATE or OHIO DEPAIU.tif.NT Of HIGHWAYS Columbus, Ohio, May 22, 195!) Contract Sales Legal Copy No. 59.31! UNIT PRICE CONTRACT Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Stnlc Highway Director of Ohio at Columbus, Oluo, until 10:00 A.M., Ohio (Eastern) Standard Time, Tuesday, June 16, 1959, for improvements In: Tuscarnwas County, Ohio, on Section TUS-39-14.91, State Route Mo, 38 In Goshen Township, by widening and resurfacing with a.iphaltlc concrete, Width: Pavement variable. Project Length: 8,818 feet or 1.09 miles, Work Length: 5,818 feet or 1.09 miles, "The date eet for completion of thi» work shall be as set forth In the bidding • proposal." Bidders must apply, on the proper forms, for prequflllficatton with the Highway Credit Examiner, at Columbus, Ohio, at least 10 days before the date set to open bids, The minimum wage to be paid to all labor employed on this contract shall be in accordance with the "Schedule of Prevailing Hourly Wage Hates Ascertained and Determined by the Department of Industrial Relations applicable to State Highway Department Improvements In accordance with Sections 4115.03, 4115.04, 4115,05, 4115.06, and 4115.07 of the Revised Code of Ohio." The bidder must submit with hi« bid a certified check in the amount of $1,500.00. Plans and specifications are on file in the department of highways and the office of the division deputy director. Tho director reserves the right to reject any and all bids. E. S. PRESTON DIRECTOR (June 1, 8, 1959) (8) Du- TONIGHT'S MOVIES 4:30 p.m. START CHEERING —Musical comedy with Jimmy rante. 4:45 p.m. THE PIRATE (3) — Musical with Judy Garland and Gene Kelly. 8:30 p.m. TARS AND SPARS (5)— Comedy with Sid Caeser and Janet Blair. 10:15 p.m. FLIGHT COMMAND (3) —Adventure with Robert Taylor. 10:20 p.m. LITTLE CAESAR (8)— Drama with Edward G, Robinson. TUESDAY'S MOVIES 8 a.m. CASS TTMBERLAIN (3) — Drama with Spencer Tracy. (Part Two) 8 a.m. GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT (8) — Drama with Gregory Peck. (Part Two) 12 Noon SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS (3) — Comedy with Robert Young and Lana Turner. 12 Noon ROADHOUSE (8) — Drama with Richard Widmark and Cornel Wilde. 4:30 p.m. G-MEN (8)—Drama with James Cagney. 4:45 p.m. SABRE JET (3) — Drama with Robert Stack and Coleen Gray. 10:15 p.m. THE BIG STEAL (3) — Drama with Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer. 10:20 p.m. DODGE CITY (8) — Western with Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. (3) (7) (5) (9) (5) (0) (3-7) (H-9) Superman. (7) Popeye. Photo Hints: *^,-^ You Can Be Camera Artist Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SCRANTON, Pa. — Irish Jackie Donnelly, 138, Buffalo, N.Y.. stopped Johnny Taylor, 143, Youngstown, Ohio, 3. CAGLIAHI, Sardinia — Horacio Accavallo, 112'^, Argentina, and Giacomo Spano, 114, Italy, drew, 10. HAVANA - Cliiqui Resales. 118V:;, Mexico, and Chchu CXiiter- r<^, 119. Cuba, drew, 10. MAST WINS 50-LAI'I'KR _ CANFIELD _ Dean Mast of Sugarcreek shared honors with Hob 'James -of Akron here Saturday j night when each won a 50-kip fea- I ture before 3,100 fans. INITIATED AT ONU Mary Jauv Schneiter of Dover was recently initiated into the Delta 7,et,i social sorority at Ohio Northern University, 'she Is a freshman in nharmacy at Northern and is the daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Byron K. Schneiter of 1010 Race St. Women Boxing? McADAM, Now Brunswick (AP) — What is bolievcd to be the first women's boxing match in Canada is scheduled tonight. The- combatants are Mrs. June Lounder, a 41-yoar-oUl McAdam housewife, and Myrna McConvey, 20-year-old Ft. Stephen, N.15. stenographer. Tho Unit is scheduled for five rounds. PLAYS AT \i:\V I'HIL.V The Now Philadelphia Merchants softhall team, gettiti.a a bye in the county league tonight, will -meet Hie Dennis." Aniri i'ean-ltal- ian Club in a non-loop tilt at the Timken Field at 6 p.m. What typo of piiotograph is worthy of being labeled as a work of fine art? This is no longer a theoretical question. A specific answer can now be Riven, not once but 85 times. There are that many photographs now hanging in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City with the official tab: Fine Art, A jury of 14 eminent museum nnd art specialists considered almost 500 carefulh chosen candidates before their final choices were announced. Their selections elevated a group of 55 contemporary cameramen who made those 85 pictures to the status of museum-recognized Camera Artists . . . Theology Students Begin Special Program OBERLIN, Ohio (AP)—Oberlin College and tin- Lorain County Juvenile Court have started a now program to train theology students for ivligkms and social work in correction institutions. The program combines academic studies at the ObiTlin Graduate School of Tlu'ulogy with a year's experience in the court, where they will serve as part-time probation officers. literally. There are many familiar names among them and many of the photographs on the gallery walls arc old favorites from books, magazines, photo annuals and previous exhibitions. To name a few: Ansel Adams and his colorful, almost abstract view of a New Mexico mission . . , Werner Bischof's Japanese snow scene with its Oriental texture-like feeling . , . Robert Capa's graphic "D-Day" with its heart-quickening tug of fear. A trio of historically famous photographs that were bound to make the grade- are Yousuf Karsh's powerful portrait of Churchill, Arthur Rothsteiu's "Oklahoma Dust Storm" and Eugene- Smith's "Spanish Wake." The Rev. Kenneth W. Tyler of Chillicothc, 111., is the only amateur photographer among the professionals. His picture, "Robin in Snow Storm," won the grand prize in its cluss in the 11)57 National Newspaper Snapshot Awards. It merely proves that anyone, even you, can make a picture that can be called a work of fine art, good enough to be exhibited in the Melropolitan. * DENOTES MONDAY 4 P.M. Barnnby. (8) As the World Turns. It's A Great Life. (5-fl) Bandstand. 4:30 P.M. (5-0) Mickey Mouse Club. (B) Movie. (7) Life or niley. 4:-I5 P.M. (3) Movie. 5 P.M. (5-fl) Three Stances. (7) 5:M P.M. Fuldhclm, Weather. News, Sports, Weather. 6 P.M. Monte Cristo. (8) City Camera. Border Patrol. (7) News, Sports. 6:30 P.M. (3-7) Buckskin. (8-9) Name That Tune. (5) Shirley Temple's Storybook. 7 P.M. Restless Gun. (8-9) Texan. 7:30 P.M. (3-7) Wells Fargo. (5) Bold Journey. Father Knows Best, 8 P.M. (3-7) Peter Gunn. (5-0) Voice of Firestone. (8) Danny Thomas. 8:30 P.M. (M-7) Alcoa Theater. (8-9) Ann Sothern. (5) Movie. 9 P.M. (3-7) Summer on KC*. (8-9) Desilu Playhouse. 9:30 P.M. (7) Medic. 10 P.M. (5-7-8) News, Spnrts. Weather. 10:15 P.M. (5-7) Jack Paar. TUESDAY 4 P.M. (3) B.irnaby. (5-fl) Bandstand. (7) It's COLOR PROGRAMS A Great Life. (8) As the World Turns, 4:30 P.M. (8) Movie. (7) Life of Riley. (5-9) Adventure. 4:45 P.M. (3) Movie. 5 P.M. (7) Huckleberry Hound. (5-9) Thtee Stooges. 5:30 P.M. (5) Puldhelm. (7) Popeye. (9) News, Weather, Sports. 5:45 P.M. (5-9) News, Sports. 6 P.M. (5) Rising Generation. (8) City Camera, News. (7) News, Sports. (9) Pat Boone. 6:30 P.M. (3) Dragnet. (5) Cheyenne. (8) Markham. (9) Highway Patrol. (7) Donna Reed. 7 P.M. (3-7) Steve Canyon. (9) Zorro (8) New York Confidential. 7:30 P.M. Ci-7) Jimmie Rodgers. (8) To Tell The Truth. (5) Wyatt Earp. 8 P.M. (3-7) Californians. (8-9) Peck's Bad Girl. (5) Rifleman. 8:30 P.M. (3-7) Bob Cummings. (8-9) Hefl Skelton. (5) Naked City. 9 P.M. (8) Garry Moore. (3-7) David Niven. (5) Alcoa Presents. 9:30 P.M. (5) Dial 999. (3) Col. Flack. (7) Silent Service. 10 P.M. (3-5-8-9) News, Weather, Sports 10:15 P.M. (3-9) Movie. (5-7) Jack Parr. (8) News, Movie LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OP HIGHWAYS Columbus, Ohio, May 22, 1059 Contract Sales Legal Copy No. 59-308 UNIT PRICE CONTRACT Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the State Highway Director of Ohio at Columbus, Ohio, until 10:00 A.M., Ohio (Eastern) Standard Time, Tuesday, June 16, 1959, for Improvements in: Proposals tfos. 1 and 2 are offered as one project and will be awarded as one contract. PROPOSAL NO. 1 Tuscarawas County, Ohio, on Section 34.47 (part) Bridge No. TUS-21-3480, U.S. Route No. 21 in Franklin Township, by applying an asphaltic concrete surface course, Items T-30, T-,'15. Pavement: Width 24 feet. Length 369.8 feet or 0.070 miles. PROPOSAL NO. 2 Tuscarawas County, Ohio, on Section 34.47 (part), U.S. Route 21 In Franklin Township, by applying an asphaltic concrete surface course, Items T-30, B-35, T-35. Pavement: Width 24 feet. Length 3,326.4 feet or 0.63 mile. "Proposals Nos. 1 and 2 of this project to be completed not later than September 15, 1959." Bidders must apply, on the proper forms, for prequalification with the Highway Credit Examiner, at Columbus, Ohio, at least 10 days before the date set to open bids. The minimum wage to be paid to all labor employed on this contract- shall be in accordance with the "Schedule of Prevailing Hourly Wage Rates Ascertained and Determined by the Department o£ Industrial Relations applicable to State Highway Department Improvements in accordance with Sections 4115.03. 4115.04, 4115.05, 4115.06, and 4115.07 of the Revised Code of Ohio." The bidder must submit with his bid a certified check in the amount of $550.00. Plans and specifications are on file in the department of highways and the office of the division deputy director, The director reserves the right to reject any and all bids. E. S. PRESTON DIRECTOR (June 1, 8, 1959) KYW (NBC) 1100 WHBC (ABC) I4JO WGAR (CBS) 1220 MONDAY'S RADIO KYW—5, Tom Manning; 3:15, Wes Hopkins and News; 7, Program P.M. Jind News; 9, Dick Reynolds; 10, News; 10:05, Tom Manning; 10:15, Dick Reynolds; midnight, Wally King (on all night). WGAR — 5, Tom Armstrong; 5:15, Weather and Road Report; 5:45, Lowell Thomas; 6, Amos 'n' Andy; B'SO, Answer Please; 6:45, Edward R. Murrow; 7, World Tonight; 7:15. News Review; 7:30, Things Jesus Said; 8 to Midnight, News and Music After Dark. IVIIUC—5, News; 5:15, Sports; 5:30, Rands of Time; 5:35, Cavalcade; 5:55, Business News; 6, Fulton Lewis Jr.: 6:15, Showtime; 7, Music for Modern; 7:30, Paul Harvey; 7:35, John Daly; 7:45. Your Good Neighbor; 8, Hour ol Sterling; R'55, News; 9, John Vander- rank; <):05, College News Conference; 9:30. Sweet and Swing; 10, News; 10:15, Sports Whirl; 10:20 to Midnight, Disc Den. TUESDAY'S RADIO — 5, Manning; 5:15, Wes Hopkins; 7, Program P.M.; 9, Dick Hey. nolds; 10, Manning; 10:15, Reynolds: Midnight, WalJy King (on all night). WGAR—5, News; 5:15, Stocks; 5:30, Weather; 5:45, Lowell Thomas; 6, Business News: 6:05, Amos 'n' Andy; 6:30, Answer Please; 6:45, Edward R Murrow; 7. World Tonight; 7:15. News Review; 7:30 The Bookroom; 7:45, Dance Band; 8, News and Music After Dark. WHBC—S, News; 5:15, Sports; 5:30, Sands of Time; 5:35, Cavalcade; 6. Fulton Lewis Jr.; 8:15, Showtime; 7, Music for Modern; 7:30, Paul Harvey; 7:35, John Daly; 7:45, Here's to Vets; B, Sounds of Tomorrow; 9, John Vandercook; 9:05, Sweet and Swing; 10, News; 10:15, Sports Whirl; 10:20 to Midnight, Disc Den. Fire Causes $67,000 Damage At Toledo TOLEDO, Ohio (AP)—Fire in the engineering wing of the University of Toledo administration building caused an estimated $67,000 damage. Fire Chief Arnold Papenhagen, who gave the damage estimate, said the blaze may have been caused by a short circuit or spontaneous combustion in an attic room on the fifth floor of the building. Firemen buttled the three-alarm fire for more than un hour Sunday before bringing it under control. WISHING WELL 4 y 7 V li 15 .1 15 I a (; "^ i. 7 J A "i K ti T b S 4 1) 2 O 3 V S K (i O a i 4 O '2 S T 5 A 3 ir ~"*~ *i """"""' K 4 A (> I 7 L s T 2 A 6 J - 7 — S 8 G 3 D (5 M ;i O 8 A •1 x; 8 i *i ** B 8 I 4 P ft O 4 O 'I O 5 0 7 I O N 8 H 4 O 6 M *> P ~7~ F 6 K '! K 5 O 2 Y 2 P 8 A 3 U 4 O 8 G b ti H 7 0 o J 8~~ N 8 L, 4 0 *2 J 7 ' y 3 O u •I K ') M H 6 U 7 I 1) 8 H 4 A 6 H 7 n s c 4 I S P R A 8 r. O R 3 L <> (r (i 1» 4 T Coffee crop. is Costa Rica's principal "LJERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every * * clay. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your.kcy numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. isnjuality—i"Vr. iVafrautyt SAVE NEW IMX TUBES/ Fur all TV-10-tn $13, U-l in, $14, U-ln. $16, l6-lo.> $18. 17-in. *19, 19-ln $120 20-ln. $22, Zl-ln. $3J. exctt. Alnm or metal add *3 Installed in uome add W. No. 2—PU Tubes 411 Size* $11 up Lazy X $3 Inline $4, Ftnco, TW, Galvanized IV Towers 89c Ft. Uotnrs $:>:>, Pipe, Leading, Parts Ifadio TV Tubes 30% Olf New TNT-7 $23 l'NT-5 $1? t'NT-3 $11 Also Trio 4ni. $17 NEW 1959 TV SETS $108 UP Garden Tractors H9S. Mowers $39 op GALAY'S VIDEO SUFPLT .'IS 1st Drive NW-N t'hlla Alley Hear N PhUa Posi OUic» 9 n in >t£ p m Dial 72315 TV-Service Call l-EO 72429 Aim Improving LOS ANGELES (AP) — Eight weeks ago, George Hinton Jr., 24, shot himself in the knee while practicing fast draws with a .22- caliber target pistol. Sunday, still practicing, he shot himself in the foot. TO ATTEND CONVENTION Donald L. Angel and Wellington Wallick will represent Dover Local 404, American Federation of Musicians (AFL-CIO), at the 62nd annual convention of the musicians' union at Seattle, Wash. The convention will open June 15. Nearly 1,300 delegates will attend, representing 700 Locals and the 265,237 professional musicians of the United States and Canada. SHERIFF'S SALE THE BREWSTKK BUli^iJING AND LOAN COMPANY, Plaintiff — vs. — JAMES F. NICKELS, et al. Defendant. CASE NO. 34219 BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE to me directed and issued from the COMMON PLEAS COURT of Tuscarawas County and State of Ohio, in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at Public Auction at the south door of the Court House, New Philadelphia, County and State aforsaid, on Friday, June 5th, 1959 at the hour oJ 10 o'clock A.M., Eastern Standard Time, of said day, the following real estate, located Route 1, Strasburg, Ohio (one-half mile south of Strasburg, Ohio on State Route 21), to-wit: Situated in the Township of Franklin, County of Tuscarawas, and in the .State of Ohio. Being a part of the Northeast Quarter of Section 1, Township 9, Range 3 of the United States Military Lands; further described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the Nortn right-of-way line of The Columbia Fire Brick Company spur track leading to The B. & O. Railroad and the West right-or-way line of U.S. Highway No, 21, said beginning point being North 59 aeg. 25' West 98.57 feet and North 37 deg. 30' West 390.24 feet from the East line of Franklin Township -measured along the West right-of- way line of said Highway; thence North 37 deg. 30' West 270.6 feet to an iron pin on the West right-of-way of said Highway and the true place of beginning of the tract herein conveyed; thence continuing North 37 deg. 30' West 19.9 feet; thence North 52 deg. 07' West 85 feet on said right-of-way; thence leaving said right-of-way South 59 deg. 23' West 314.1 feet to a point on the North right-of-way line of said spur tract thence with said right-of- way South 47 deg. 00' West 100 feet; thence with said right-of-way South 83 deg. 25' East 27 feet; thence leaving said right-of-way North 56 deg. 05' East 209 feet to the place of beginning, containing 0.757 acres. Being the same real estate conveyed to James F. Nickels and Leona Mas Nickels by deed of general warranty dated June 26, 1958, and presented for recording in Volume 366, Page 65, in the office of the Recorder of said Coua. ty on August 9, 1956. Said real estate must sell for not less than two-thirds of -the appraised value. TERMS: $200.00 down payment on day of sale, balance to be paid upon confirmation of sale and delivery ol Deed. Appraisal: $2,100.00, K. D. KILLER, Sheriff EUGENE M. FELLMETH, Atty.. McClymonds Building, ' Massillon, Ohio (Pub. May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 1950) 2.—CARD OF THANKS I WANT TO thank everyone who sent me cards, flowers, candy, and gifts; and all those who helped in any way during my recent illness. Thanks also to Heller's Drug Store, the G.H.G. Club, Williams Furniture Bowling team, Dr. Dougherty, Dr. Stevenson, Dr. Giles, Mrs. Ge-na Lamb, Rev. James Fisher, Rev. Scott Simcr, the nurses and aides of Union Hospital. Your kindness will always be remembered. Bernie Shonlj Public Sales Calendar Sat., June 6-2 p.m. Located on State Rt. 93, 5 miles S of Baltic 8 miies N. of West Lafayette on State Rt. 93, Signs will ba £° S H d p±r H nd la ? d> Mr " and Mrs ' Fred Au Werter Herb. Peddicord, auctioneer. "mci. Mineral City, 1 mile E. of new. Rt. 8 on Co Rd 82 Farm machinery feed, household goods. Franklin' Hrometz owner. John F. Andrews, auctioneer. Sat., June 6,—1:00 p.m. (fast time). Farm located 2 miles N E n f Sat., June 6-1 p.m. (slow time) located fi miles S. of New Phil-, t^ ing Co. Rd. 58 off Oldtown Rd, then left on Co Rd fifl (follow signs). Machinery, livestock, feed, real csta te Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hasseman, owners. James K Fondl nest & Son, auctioneers. '

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