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   Phoenix Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1965, Phoenix, Arizona                                 1  MarKet Dives Sharply While Trading Soars  Four Dead f As Planes Collide  EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE,: Fla. (AP)~Two Air Force train-  The PhoenixGaTsette m m ^  uazette ureen  FINAL STOCKS* LATE SPORTS »RACE RESULTS  Setback Ì Of Year's  ing planes collided in the ai''!Vol 85 No 270 today over remote Florida Pan-i  handle woodlands, killing foui---  men.  10 CENTS A COPY OD® THURSDAY. JUNE 24, 1965  (Six Sections)  M':\V YORK f APi-The stock iiiijikct lod;j> (no|; one of itvS siuirpcsl div-- r,f i%5 as the (>l trading.; shipped up more ih;in Uvo million shares  Eyewitnesses said they saw one man bail out and appear to open a parachute.  THREE BODIES were pulled from the wreckage, found near a community called Children's  Health Bill Advances  OV t  ■r vcstiTdav's.  WASHINGTON (AP  Home, Fla., which is about 60 Senate Finance Committee miles north of Panama Citv. itoday approved a bill establish-  A spokesman at Hurlburt^^"^ ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^  The Social Security system. Lasticosts of the 19 million persons year it rejected such a move,165 and over:  • A BASIC plan financed  11 to 6.  The committee made numer-  spokesman a. persons over 65 and raising!  Field, where the two prop-^^^.^^ t, gO^ous changes in the bill passed  driven A-E Skyraider fighter-i April 8 bv the House and strong-  Whai A Pef  Mrs. Alber+ine Casfell, New Orleans, tugs at tail of Sam, her 55-year-old alligator house pet. Mrs. Castell claims toothless gator is her favorite among pets that include nine dogs, three monkeys, tv/o cats, eight canaries and 17 parakeets. Sam, who sleeps under the house, not only keeps prowlers away but catches rats for between-meal snacks.  ly endorsed by President Johnson.  Aflcr a lazy slarl, with prices only mildly lower, stocks were hil by a settling squall which uorsi-ned as (lie industrial av-broke sharply below the  In addition to the health carc ■'^^'PP^"'!. level of June provisions, the t)il] approved by  the committee would tiiako nii A RI^X'OMCKV drive began  under Social Security coveringImerous changes in tlic Sociai almost imn.ediately and by  bombers were based, said all  four men aboard were killed, i "The 12-5 vote sent the $6 bil-  BUT THE spokesman said he'^^o" ^^^ , , , . • ^  did not know where and how the ¡expected passage next month-! »ut it retained tne major  ifourth man, the one who was! ¡t \\\S the iirst time ^^^  Ibelieved to have bailed out, wasipi^ance CommittGC had beenj^'^^^"? ^^^^^^ programs  ¡found. No identities were ^ health carel^esigned tn take care of most  for the aged program tied to theiof the medical and hospital I ices.  i The Skyraider is being used ............................. -____________________________  in the Viet Nam fighting.  hospitalization, post - hospital nursing home care, outpatient hospital diagnostic services, and  home health  Security system.  MOST IMPORTANT  cent increase in retiremt■Iì^  I.s a 7 pi  idisability and survivor heneiit.-  to Jan. 1  Ihis  post-hospital visits  , , , .retroactive ,,, ^ ,  • A voluntary, supplemental ^^gj, 'n'' « nd  insurance plan covering doc- " ' 1( \els o  tors' fees for services at home, ^^ maximum rotirfMnmt v of at the office or in a hospital, aslPayi^eiit lor a persoti on  well as some additional serv-i^he rolls now would hf hoosu-fi  to $135.90 a mouth coinpai-i'fi with the present .S127. Mmiiniim would go from $40 to $41.  noon about 40 per cent of the (irciiiic was recoven^d. The i<'V(>l <'f)ul(i not he held, how-aiid. as the afternoon  Saigon Cuts French Ties, Press Closed  SAIGON (UP! I — Saigon's military government today imposed a drastic series of win-the-war measures that included a^ diplomatic break with France, an official declaration of a state' of war. and closing of all newspapers.  Premier Nguyen Cao Ky said he would permit no opposition to his program that also provided a curfew for Saigon, outlined  BULLETINS  WASHINGTON (I PI )-The Senate, spurning the pleas of Western senators, voted today for a historic change in the nation's coinage that would remove all silver from dimes and quarters.  East German,  St. Paul  Russian Troops Open Led Reported Dug In By Rookie  The bill will brinu an in crease in Social Securitv . •next year of about S5 hillinn a.> compared with 19()5 or o! s2 fi ibillion as compared with wli.!' ¡present law would \ ield in r.iiiii. ;The increase is needed t.: ti-'nance the higher Social StM uri'v payments and thi^ hasif hc;:it:-i plan.  • BEMLIN (AP) — Soviet and Fast German troops have de-  WASHINGTON (L'PD—The iployed on both sides of the Elbe River Bridge on the Berlin auto-House Education and Labor Ibahn but there has been no interference with traffic, Allied mili-Committee, under White House tary sources said today, prodding, today approved a : droops were reported deploved in  -----------------WE HAVE NOT yet_ been ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ■ ^ One stroke back were Arnold  any conclusions  Voting against liic hill \ the eommitt(u> thairm.in, iHarrv F. Byrd. O-Va Ro^ie Tom Weisi^pf of República,i Seti. .Inl,n .1  bus, Ohio, and Tommy Jacobs!^^"^^"^^ l)dav,:n-.. llw ;  ST. PAUL. Minn. tAP)-i  fired six-under-par 65s today to ^^^^ ^^ u  _ , , , , Itake the early first-round lead ^f loxholes dug along theji^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ p^^j Open,^^^^^Vrh.nj!?'m , ^  i -^u u i u If 4U r- ij ■ braska. and Inruston Morton o; 'with about half the field in. Kentucky  Paradise Man Tied, Robbed  able to draw -------------^ ., ^ ,  on the purpose of this exercise^ the bridge as an excuse to close but we are watching it care-!the 110-mile superhighway link-fully," one source said. ing West Berlin with West Ger-  -The troops are in control of ^he 1948 Berlin block-  the bridge but they are not ade. actually stopping traffic.  Travelers reaching Berlin last night reported unusual Red  An officer of a Phoenix avia- Military sources said t h e y  very strict control' of economics, and threatened more -dras-'tjon firm was bound and robbed coidd • ^ movements began along  hinted at new soak-the-rich this afternoon by two men he tr^P^ conducting .^mila optr J .^iH.ftPmnnn  surprised in hi^^ Paradise Val- ations at the bridge, which is the highway m midatternoon. ley home about 2.500 feet long. Columns of infantry, heavy  KV WARNED that the moves were necessary because of the^ p,-.,- orhpltrp.^ of 7l-n F \B01T 100 troons were seeni'^'^^P^"^ ^^^^^  tic but temporary measures." He moves in a program of social revolution.  ^ , J ^ r^, . Ten Democrats and i',\o  Palmer and Ray Floyd. ¡publicans approved sendn.^  FIVE OTHERS were dead-1 far-reaching legislation t.i locked at 67, including Genei floor. Littler, Johnny Pott, Lou Gra-^ ^hev were Democrats !;n ham, Doug Sanders and A1 r ^^ng of Louisiana. (ioor^,  ,n(Ju •ìli!»'  Cliff Ocheltrec of 7131 E. ¡Double Ti'ee, secretary  Marsh Aviation Co., told deputy ment began last night, military  hir 'nniT w f P ' t targets on both sides of|sheriffs he found the pair in his,sources said  ^^^on h^Th^ n ^^^thjhome when he entered about  l/ln f ' ^^^^^^ p.m. After tving him,  government demonstrations. ,pedacular raid was agamst the o,heltree said, the 'pair took  The military junta closed all battered Ban Nuoc Chieu am- about $55 or $60 and a .32-cal-of Saigon's 36 daily newspapers munition depot 80 miles north-;iber automatic pistol, and several more in the prov- east of Hanoi. It also was hit, ^le said he believed they fled inces. The junta said it would Tuesday. direction of Phoenix in  publish two papers of its own Xw'entv F105 Thunderchiefs'^ ^^^^ green 1965 automobile.  for a one-month trial period- p4c piantoms hit thej --------  one for the military and one for^^.pot to^^y j^j^^tes  ^''^^hans. jj^ ^^^^^^ jgj^ machine  THE DRASTIC measures and rockets against anti-almost overshadowed the war, ahxraft positions or flew cover in which 46 U.S. jet iighter-;against Communist MIGs. None bombers attacked military tar-^appeared, gets north of Hanoi for the  third consecutive day and ^^^.^lolished and 7 damaged, pounded Viet Cong positions in  the South with deadly results. A U.S. SPOKESMAN an-  nouiK  U.S. Army paratroopers sta-tioned 15 miles from the Bien and  ing around the cutoffs to Bran-Turn U\ «TROOPS on Page A4  1! ! - f ! 10!' (  Acapuico Is Shaken  Greiberger. Smathers of Florida, ' lin'..-  Rounding out the top 10 with P. Anderson of New .Me xico 68s were Tommy Shaw and Billy Paul H. Douglas of lllinoi A!- liai 'i' o Maxwell. bert (iore oi Tennessee, licr- j.  .. ,, . , ,, , nian F. Talrnadi'c o! (¡oofuia. The field promised an all-out, -vicCarthN ol ~  shattering of the par 36-35-71 j Fnlhright oi \r-  over the 6,700-yard Keller pubhci,,an,^, Vance llartke ol in.ii-  course as 15 f>f theearly fmish-'ana and Abraham A. h'lhicofi ers had scores of 69 or better.!of Connecticut; and K'opni.li  , Among those m i s s 1 n g that t'ans Frank Carismi oi K.ìm^.ìs jelite group was Jack Nicklaus.jand Everett M, Dnkx n ci li who said he drove badly and| THE CO.M.Mrn FF adnpt.'! icame in with a one-under 70. moj-p Hjan 75 ammdiiK iii ' Weiskopf, 22, birdied five of the House version n) it - m..ntli  wore on. stocks sagged until, at lu\\ fell to their worst the day in a second si^lliniv  \o!i;riir rose |o 5 85 million imm ;i .y) million yester-n:;;. and uas the lai'gest since • Mine 11). when 6.32 million siiare^ ehan^efl hands.  The Deu .¡ones mdustrial av-'f.'ll to 857.76, its  i>!u.L',e,vi loss since .lune 14, when  I' o.|l 12.i'!).  lilK Si:i.L-OFr swept most e! the list and, statis-  ii!> r wa:- a rout, with few pon.ii:: , -iaiids oi resistance.  !.:'r)e , snes traded. 1,088 ■ ;t i(! 1re-e. New lows for i( tilled 203 and there  rv «Kii;, two lU'W highs.  iexisted ifi Wall S'h) news factors in-  \c!v>(i ni tile decline. Some an-  •¡:> rs ';,!();( j.(vtliP{i the sugges-'.'>(1 uia; t".- market, tell be-e;:ir:e !)'' 'lu deployment of ( ommnnist troops along the He ai:ioi)ahfi in Germany. All were til,. l^owever. that :4eneral  fl„. ¡j;,. foreign situ-  :!pi;) vs;;s pres'^nt.  , !i Tlfl'RF U'A.^ -eneral agree-nirMi, Nm., f|i;i! \xiji'n !ii(> Dow  ■•I.  irii pa^i the  eio'^c ciiartists re-a veiling signal.  ' - oi) .■(! ihat the big ifin!i;i! i'lvrsiors aiv stay-' <i(!. 'ii.es and that the n;\e>i()fv who were re-'■"'<'' I'ack in tile market last l iu n lo «MAirr on Page 4A  Tigers 3, Angels 2  the first seven holes to set a closed meetin-s on the hni torrid pace. He bogeyed the One major change in ih( ninth hole but still had a 32 at financing provisions The iuni the turn—as well as anybodyimittee decide to make tlie sti did. 600 taxable wage base •■iiecti\c  , ... , , in 1966 instead ot l!)7i, a tne WEISKOPF, who Nicklaus  said will be "one of the better  players in two years," al.so had ^^ase now  itwo birds on the back nine. 'h)use bill would boost n n  600 in 19(if), and to  ACTIVE ISSUES TODAY  MV. eAPi-Sales,  cin ine |)riee and net change of !■• I no,-I acti\e stocks today;  House The  had base  voted  K.i Mn! iiii ! ),i':i ■!i >v ¡leu  is  Nnl  \'n T  ACAPULCO, Mexico (APi-Pilots reported 22 buildingsiA brief earthquake shook Aca-  DETROIT (APi-Denny Mc-i Fred Newman, who has beat-LJ^^t-'^^hs, 30. from Bermuda Lain won his third straight startlen Detroit three times this year,  Dunes. Calif., said he is playing^  with a five-hitter a n d  pulco last night, sending people Lumpe doubled home two runs y." .........  into the streets in alarm and This afternoon as the Detroit Ti-  carrying navigator was lost  Officials said there were no serious injuries. They said a few  as well as he ever has and bct-^ UNDER THE Senate .jniy r... fh. »nn.tw fn wiui„^^^ has in a year. the tax rates wonld I  what lower than thoc He birdied three holes on each tj,^^,  Don Wert and Bill Freehaninine and had no bogeys in the j^.^v years The ein (i opened the second with singles.!steadiest round of the day. Senate  )unccd\hataB57;w'in-jet unoccupied house to gers edged the Los Angeles An  .Tra bomber carrying a pilot ,  ovpi- Officials .saidjthere were no McLain. now 4-3. struck ou .................... .....................................................  seven of the first nine men he!^„ ^^ Lumpeiand fourth lu)les for a .shaky,t.'ial Securitv (  faced, but gave u|) consieutive but iTiJlied with six birdiesTnc'>"ie lamiliev  h.mie runs lo Jim Fregos. into the ktt lu Id (or- ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^  chaiis' ■  tlNcd I  n e ■■  n ( nrn i Meior  1 ''MKi  provision 1; et II  Hoa air base near Saigon were \orth Viet Nam in Tuesday's ^ , flowTi into action against the raids. Announcement of theiP^'-^®"'^ shaken up in a Communist Viet Cong today on loss was withheld until search-1by spectators at a movie a day-long search-and-destroy and-rcscue efforts were aban-jt^ the street, operation six miles to the north, doned last night. ;_  It was believed to be the first | The B57 was on a hunter-kill-time the paratroopers haveier mission 25 miles southwest of actually gone into action againstjVinh when it disappeared. It the Viet Cong. jwas not known if it was shot  AMERICAN planes hit Com- Turn to «SAIGON on Page A4  McLain. now 4-3. struck out vvith one out, Dick McAulilfe| i^almer bogeyed the .second ^^'''n^'whal  artier  C(r  acti\e st(  212.!)(l(); 111),(10(1: 33.100; 31 .fidd; )'.,'), 0(1(1; r);;.7llO; 57.500; 5.V2(H); Ml.(10(1:  1". 'KHI. 11 íííill, 11.2(1(1:  Ui.Tui):  off  off 2'8 off II4 off 1-8  52'., 3!) , 28'h. 45'.I. 52-h, off 2% 67'h, off 'h 19's, off -íí 95-'h, off m 59vs.off 28's. off •■'r 39'"h. off I's 138':-, off 5''k off e off -Ti , off "h  33' 0  M K,; Ì Ì1  Final Stocks, Pg, D-7  WEATHER  United States Weather Bureau Sky Harbor Airport  TURF RESULTS  Aqueduct  Cloudy & Fast  FIRST--$3,5()0, clmj^, mdn, 3Y0 up, 6 fur. Light Cloud (Ussery) 4.40, 3.30, 2.40; Any Flight (Blum) H.20, 3.70; Supercraft (Belmonte) 2.90. r_l:i3i^.  SECOND—$3,(iOO, clmg, 3Y(), 6 fur. Covanhoy (Baeza) 8.10, 4.10, 2.50; Fast Fool (Ussery) 3.()0, 2.40; Count On Steve (Belmonte) 2.80. T—1:12%.  DAILY DOUBLE—(11-4) paid $20.40.  THIRD—$4,200, mdn, 2Y0, 5 fur. Zatullah (Gustines) 7.20, 3.70, 2.80; Home Lass (Guerin) 3.60, 2.70; Thirty Lima (Blum) 4.20. T-:59i/f,  FOURTH- $5,000, clmg, 3Y0, 7 fur. A1 Cyco Sal (Bel-| nionte) 11.10, 9.60, 5.30; College Boards (Pierce) 9.60, 5.30; Ski Dancer (Turcotte) 4.20. T-.l:26%.  FORECAST  .Mostly fair through tomorro-A with chance of thundershower; in east end ol Valley; overnis^lii low about H() and tomorrow ;; high near 100 degrees.  TEMPERATURES And Relative Humidity  T HIi  Willie Smith wit!, one out in the ner. .Newman gave up only onCj^j^^^j^ 20-foot putt.s  ieurth lie wound up with nine other hit. He was replaced liyijjp,) diip shot from 30 feel strikiM)iits Bol) l.ee in the eighth. i^jji  I  200 000_2 5 I Defending champion C h u e k  000 OOx_3 ti  I two-over par 73. Newman, Leo (8) and Kancw; McLain and Lreehan.!  W—McLain (4-3). L—Newman (7-6). Home runs—l.os  Angeles, Kreogi (4). \V. Smith (H).  LOS ANGELES DETROIT  000 m'Á  ,jrn  Medi  Atblefics 6, Yanks 2  T IUI  1 a,m 2a.m.  3 a.nv  4 a.m.  5 a.m.  6 a.m.  7 a.m.  70 70 Hi) (i8 64  !{ a m, 7 1  'I a m !Ui  10 ;i.m, 32  11 a m 85  12 noon 38 67 78 1 p.m. Í«) 70 73 2 i).m. 92  Weather Table, Map, Pagi  73 7(1 7(1 84  (il 41 51 45 28 21 18  \K\V YORK (Al'i h'olaiKl Shelden. a N'oi-k Yankee  discard who was tradefl lo Kansas City in May, b(\al his eld mates thiîî afternoon (i-2 with a six-hlttei^ helore a >lim ('lu\^(l ol (1.1'Jl tans  lion ol a ualk to Horace Clarke,' :i wild [)iteh and a single by; Tont Tis' M thai produced a run-in I he 'nird narrtnved  to 3 2 'hie A  Sorenson Defeated  rAP  ,\K\V YolîK ^ Al' turned aside tod.iv mnv posed le(ier;il loedi!mi'  But It u;iriie(i i' '/.m ;! Iliat lllterleie-- wilh :) o  Tni: HOLSi: oi o, i,  oycott  ÎÎ Mrdie.iî Association i! hoviott the pro-  ON THE INSIDE  Ken llarrelson skimmed three-run homer olf L^ei M Stottlemyre in the tiist iniiii after Wasiie Causes doiihled jand ,lim Ladis was hit h\ a 1 pitch. The Yanks never eoiild ¡catch up.  ' Joe l-e|)iione"s homer' in tlie second inning and a coirilnna  CrAlNESVILLE, Fia. the gap;'^ Florida torn-aeers.ltop pohcv í..;rou|i i.i  h'oberta Albers and Rhonda ;ií'ce|)ted and aiipi > Kílenn, played ^lant-killer toda\ tioo hv one oi iis i ■unu k again in tiu'.iand sliot t.hcir way int(t finals of eemnniters íh;ii -;i eiulilh agaiii.t Pete h'amos lilé Women ^ Colleuiate (lolt ■I ;:ller Stotllemyre liad heen it- • peiidiiiu MiniK .,.,  moved lor a pineh lutter. Tresh Miss Alber.s. 1!'., a Univcrsitv deiern'ined. tiii-id Joe ''epitone gol messediof Miami fresliman, upsel de viev,. in s))eeia! t  ^ \I  rO I  ,nií (ir  I'-;  program  I Mí;)! ](, will not  tv lo implemeiit-  II "vhi(h it be-'rmiental lo Ine  up on lien Canii)aneris' fly ball and let it, fall for a double. Slílí4le:^ hv Nh'lson Mathews, P)ol) Clhuies and Bill Bryan drove in three more runs.  fending titlist Latti Slu/ok ofosary. ih.e t ¡lec ei U « Vaiparaiso (Ind.» University, 2 take whaieve! aeii -n i and 1. iieeessarv "  More Turf Results, Page 4  Page  Editorials A6 Fin'ncial Opinion A7 R'diQ L'g D-II  S|)orls Thcaturs TV T,og Women  KANSAS Cn Y 300 000 030—6 10  NEW YORK Oil 000 000-2 H  DIOI ¿iheiduil and Biyan; bioLllemyre, Kainoj» (8) and How-D12 ard, W- -Sheldon (:L2) , L—Stottlemyre (7-4^. Home nms  Miss Glenn. 19, a Palm Reach It also acei ^Junior College freshman, tol- ments from t-lowed with a 3-and-2 deeiMon alln'med |)re^, e " over 19(i2 winner Carol Sofen- including.'. ^^ son of Ari/jtna State.  \ dcle^atej, tU' tled  ■ I f>- oiutionN ironi eight ui oiir individual doctor .'d h i\e '..¡'.^I'd nonpar-1 ]!i liie i)ri»posed medi-e, lo id'-' h e a 11 h 'he ev. ihiijUgh Social  • THAT 111! 1 It was Uie íii'il unie m the ¿luu wiii reader  tourney's 2Lyea!- hislorv that medical) caiH aíc r e'.  Fî-8i™Kcn!sas City. Harrclhon (7); New York: j^';pîtone (8).jtAVo freshmen m;ìde the íinals.  ^^ystein it bci'ovt  t ■ i.eir t!!ne---in one i! iHiiiìeiits from , ^ . i! ii: iaicd ils ob-  ^ j'^'p'^iectinn tft arcr.ptinic any pro-  .1 ifî îi,^ i • 'Inn! (ü »XMA mi Tag« Al   

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