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EAST (Continued from Page One) knocking out or seizing 200 Egyptian tanks may have been conservative. •Israeli authorities have said the Egyptians massed some 900 tanks in Sinai including about 200 in the southern area near Hie Israeli port of Elath. This jibes with American intelligence stimates made before (lie war broke out. No one here can say for sure how many tanks the Egyptians might have pulled back to the west side of the Suez Canal. But U. S. military men doubt the Egyptians can successfully counterattack. It seems fairly clear that the lightening Israeli stroke against Egypt and the apparent defeat of Jordan have drastically altered the balance of power in the Middle East, perhaps for years to come. Ground combat with Syrian forces has been comparatively limited up to now. Some U.S. military analysts believe the Israelis were satisfied to hold off the Syrians while disposing of the two major threats — Egypt and Jordan. However, according to reports reaching here, Syria's air force suffered severely along with the air forces of Egypt and Jordan. Developments in the war suggest a considerable part o; the Soviet Union's $2-billion Investment in arms to Egypt, Syria and Iraq may have gone up in fire and smoke. So also may have a good portion of the $36 million in U.S. military aid to Jordan and $46 million in U.S. arms assistance to Iraq. VIET NAM (Continued from Page One) ese platoon two miles mortheast of Con Thien. One Marine was killed and 13 wounded in the 3V'z hour fight. In the Mekong Delta about 50 miles southwest of Saigon a force of South Vietnamese irregulars and U.S. Special Forces flushed an estimated company of guerrillas today. U.S. Command reported 33 of the enemy were killed and five captured while losses to the U.S.-Vietnamese group were light. * * * Ten miles east of Saigon, the guerrillas scored a success by collapsing a 200-foot bridge across a major rural route. The bridge was guarded by local militia, but the guerrillas sneaked up and blew out the central span about 4 a.m. The guerrillas were gone before a reaction force could be organized. Read Courier News Classified AtDREIFUS JEWELERS THE PERFECT GIFT FOR FATHER'S DAY JUNE 18 NEW COM PACT REMINGTON 200 SELECTBQ SHAVER The shaver that lets you dial a perfect shave. Tough beard? Tender skin? Doesn't matter the unique dial lets you dial a perfect shave no matter how tough your beard or tender your skin. Just turn the dial to get the position thats right for you. Dial also raises heads for sideburn trimming, flips ends open for instant cleaning. Get a shave so close you'll need that dial to protect you! $1 A WEEK OPEN AN ACCOUNT Daily Record Weather U. 8. Weather Boreal Agricultural Service Ark. Widely-scattered thundershowers are in the forecast for (his afternoon through Friday. Probabilities are ather low for any particular locations but northwest Arkansas is the most likely area for the heaviest activity. A frontal system in the plains is the mechanism for touching off the activity there and a slow eastward movement of this front will bring increasingly rainfall probablities to the state Friday. Yesterday's highs ranged from near the 90-degree mark at Little Rock, Camden, Morrilton and Batesville to the 60s elsewhere. Another mild night of temperatures dropped into the 60s and 70s. ' Wheat work will continue, un. interrupted for much of the day, but some isolated thundershower activity activity will build up later in the afternoon. This same pattern is expected to hold Friday. Since the shower period is expected to continue into Saturday, it would be well to plan a concentrated work schedule for today and Friday. Yesterday's high— 90 Overnight low — 71 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a.m. today)— none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date— 13.23 Sunset today— S:ll Sunrise tomorrow — 5:47 This Date A Tear Ago Yesterday's high— 91 Overnight low — 68 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date— 26.72 World Deaths MOSCOW (AP) - Col Gen. Andrei Rytov, 59, chief of the political administration of the Soviet air force, is dead after a long illness, Tass said Wednesday. MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Miss Faye McBeath, 83. a niece of the founder of the Milwaukee Journal and one of the principal stockholders in the Journal Co., died Wednesday from the aftereffects of a stroke suffered earlier this year. ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP)Dr. James Moffett, 58, director of the U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Biological Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor since 1950, died Tuesday. GREENFIELD, N.H. (AP)Hayden S. Pearson, 66, syndicated columnist and author, died Wednesday after a long illness. Pearson's column, Country Correspondence, appeared in newspapers throughout the country. He was born in Farmington, N.H. PITTSBURGH (AP)-Jessie Vann, 82, for many years publisher of the Pittsburgh Courier, one of the nation's largest weekly newspapers for Negroes, died Wednesday after being stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage Monday. She became publisher of the Courier in 1940 after the death of her publisher-husband, Robert L. Vann. Traffic Accidents Police reported an accident at 2200 West 18th Street at 2 this morning where a vehicle driven by Billy C- Trowbridge, 23, of Hornersville, ran into a parked car belonging to 18th. There w e r « n« injuries or charges. Where's the Fire? A car fire at 1603 West Wla- nut at 8 p.m. yesterday. People in northern Laos eat with chopsticks; those in the south prefer spoons. Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat July 164 3 ,i 165'/i 164?i 164% Sept. 168% 168% 168'A ItSS'/i Dec. 174 3 /i 17«i 174.. 174% Chicago Soybeans July 285% 286% 285^ 286 Aug. 2fi5% 28fi 285% 285% Nov. 282V4 282?s 281-S 282% New York Stocks Texas G. S 125% Chrysler 40V« RCA 51% A. T. &T 56% Dow 8l s /i Xerox 295 GM 79% Pan Amer 33 Ford 50% Westinghouse 52% U. S. Steel 43% Curtis Pub 14% Comsat 64 American Motors 121k Sears 54% Parke Davis 27 Gen. Electric 85% Beth. Steel 34% Reynolds Tob 37% Standard NJ 62% Holiday Inn 69% Ark-La 39% Ark-Mo (Bid) 12% Divco-Wayne 34% wjcno Thursday Evening 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Ok " nofcee Swamp. Tempers' trade tales on a boat ride through the wilderness. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Back from the Cobbler with a Mystery Suitcase. A visit to a shoe repair shop. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Monument to the Dream. A look at the architecture and design of the magnificent Arch at St. Louis. 8:00 FOLK GUITAR Laura Weber teaches F as a bar chord. Her guest is Malvina Reynolds, song writer and folk singer. 8:30 MANAGERS IN ACTION Help Wanted. Noted authority Lawrence Appley outlines training methods being used by America's most successful companies. 9:00 STRUGGLE FOR PEACE An Arrried World. First of thirteen programs on the world's balance of power, nuclear and military strength, and troublespols around the globe. 9:30 SPECTRUM Medicine Men »f Africa A Western physician investigates the work of 'witch doctors' in Nigeria. Part 1 of 2. * * * Friday afternoon 2:00 JOURNEY Lake Wilderness. A v 1 s u a 1 tour of a remote animal kingdom in South Africa. 2:30 EASTERN WISDOM AND MODERN LIFE The Silent Mind. Alan Watts, scholar, lecturer, and author, hosts. 3:00 ALL ABOARD Children Feel Like Flying in the Springtime. Poncey writes a poem about his favorite season. 3:30 ALL ABOARD John Burton. The program explores the Britisher's unique talents as both a glassblower and a philosopher. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Piapp. Johnny Morris tells the story of an unusual find- a cormorant (seabird). 4:30 SPECTRUM Medicine Men of Africa. A CHOOSE THE SIZE YOU PREFER Vt CARAT $ 199 »/ 4 CARAT $ 299 1 FULL CARAT ........$ 499 !•/: CARATS $ 899 2 CARATS $1499 EASY MONTHLY TERMS t W»J« To Buy • Cuh • Chart* H.A.L Bornes Herman Adam Lee Barnes, , died yesterday at his home in Arbyrd, Mo., following a long illness. He leaves his wife, Clara Mae Barnes of the home; Three sons, Vernon and Bethel Barnes »f Arbyrd and Russell Griffin of Jacksonville, Fla.; Three daughters, Mrs. Es'.r''i Haughn, Miss Teria Barnes and Mrs. Maudie Dodd, all of Leachville; Fifteen grandchildren and 19 great - grandchildren. Arrangements are incop'plete and will be announced by Howard Fu -:ral Service. J. E. Spenny James Edward Spenny. two- day-old son of Airman and Mrs. Ralph Spenny Jr. of 2300 "Sin', died early this morning in Ely- tlieville Air Force ~ .„,. '.' ~~>l- tal. In addition to his parents he leaves a brother, Christopher Allen Spenny of the home; Spenny, also of the home. Services w i 11 be at Maple Ridge Cemetery in Pekin, 111., Saturday, Cobb Funeral Home in char-c locally. western physician investigates the work of 'witch doctors' in Nigeria. Part 1 of 2. 5:00 BEYOND THE EARTH The Structure of the Galaxy. Astronomer Dr. John Russell maps the distribution of the stars. Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News — Thursday, June 8, 196T — Page Thre« Janet Lcnnon Has Boy SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) —The youngest of the four singing Lennon sisters has given birth to her first child. Janet Lennon Bernhardi's 6- pound, 15-ounce boy was born Tuesday night at St. John's Hospital. He was named William Joseph. Lee Bernhardl, the husband and father, is a production manager for the ABC television network. The couple met when he was a cue card boy on the Lawrence Welk show. Correspondents Expelled from Syria CHTAURA, Lebanon (AP) Associated Press Correspondent David Lancashire and Finlay Campbell of the British Regional News Service were expelled from Syria loday after being held 13 hours in a Damascus jail for sending news stories on the Arab-Israeli war. SEND HOME A BOX TOP ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. (AP) — A C-rations box top, turned And a sister, Joanna Linn postcard, was received recently by an Albuquerque family from their son who is in Vietnam. Marine S. Sgt. Tony Salazar was on field duty from a source of stationery. On one side of the box top received by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Salazar was written: "M e a 1, Combat, Individual, Ham and Eggs, Chopped, B-3 unit." On the other side was this message: "Doing fine, am out in the field. 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