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Rll L I.X'G S COUNTY PIONEER 4# CHAJPIONS--Maria Bueno, of Brazil, and Alex Olmedo, of Peru and the United States, toast each other at a ball in Lon- don given by the Lawn Tennis Association. Miss Bueno de- feated Darlene Hard, of California, for the women's singles championship at Wimbledon, while Olmedo defeated Rod Laver. of Australia. to capture the singles crown for men. I[JYD'S AGENCY REGISTERS WITH PUBLICATIONS GROUP The association of the nation's business magazines has accepted the registration of Lloyd's of Bismarck, according to Lloyd B. Omdahl, agency director. Associated Business Publications notified Lloyd's this week that the applications filed by the agency 3ts been ccped and that the agency now has authority to use the ABP insignia in its presentations, Omdahl stated. The agency has an application pending before the Agriculture Publishers Association, an associa- tion of most farm magazines, the director said. Registrations with publishing as- sociations enables the agency to handle client accounts more effec- tively, Omdahl stated. Lloyd's of Bismarck is a com- munications agem:y organized in lg57 to handle advertising, commer- cial art, publicity, and public re- latio ---G-- Apply pesticides only to the crops specified, in the amounts qpecified, and at the time specified in the labe instructions. HONEYMOONING STARS-American TV star Ron Starr, 26, carrie8 ] bride, Danish screen actre Greta Thyssen, aboard a yacht, at Montauk, L I., New York, on which they will spend their homDnoon It wM the third marriage for the former Miss Denmark, N,  Copenhagen and second for Starr. CLOWN HURT--Fx1eo clown Pat Burris, I6, is shown (arrow) being hit by a jeep at the Midwest Roundup in Kansas City. Mo. Burris, supposed to be in a sunken barrel when the car m-ushed the cardboard structure, suffered minor injuries. BOMB U.S. ADVISORY GROUP J :ill ii!i: ::2:1:: AIR DOGFIGHTS, CONCENTRATION OF PLANES POINT TO CHINESE RED BUILDUP FOR ANOTHER OFFENSIVE AGAINST FORMOSA'S OFFSHORE ISLANDS i!i!iii!i PRESIDENT SUKARNO, ARMY ,N D,CTATOR ROLES UNDER NEW "GUIDED DEMOCRACY" GOVERNMENT N ,NDONESA HIGH OFFICERS CALLED TO TESTIFY ON "UNDUE PRESSURE" BY FORMER HIGH OFFICERS NOW EMPLOYED BY FIRMS WITH DEFENSE CONTRACTS QUEEN ELIZABETH CRUISES CLEAR TO PORT ARTHUR, CANADA'S WESTERNMOST ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY PORT U.S. DECIDES TO TRANSFER ITS NINE A-BOMB SQUADRONS FROM FRANCE--SIX TO WEST GERMANY, THREE..TO BRITAIN--REASON IS DE GAULLE REFUSAL TO PERMIT STOCKPILING OF ATOM BOMBS UNLESS FRANCE GETS GREATER NATO SAY-SO, PLUS A-SECRETS ,,/ PLEASURE BOAT BLAST IN DENMARK KILLS NEARLY THREE SCORE: : : BIG FOUR FOREIGN BOTH SIDES TOIL MINISTERS TAKE UP IN NEW' YORK FOR WHEPE THEY LEFT STEEL WAGE PACT CFF IN GENEVA TO BFAT TUESDAY  ! STRIKE DEADLINE -',.  , .., ) "'-( /'. "(" / : ::: ::::i :i:i FEDERAL JUDGE ORDERS " :" :: ATLANTA TO PRODUCE SEIZURE OF TWO US.-OWNED BY DEC. 1 A "PROMPT RANCHES IN CUBA COULD LOSE AND REASONABLE START" U.S. FOREIGN AID FOR CASTRO :i: i TOWARD DESEGREGATION oE THE oTYS schools ()i,,;,, NORTH DAKOTA GIDEONS ELECT NEW OFFICERS Abel Compaan, Jamestown, was re-elected president of the North Dakota Gideons in Jamestown Sun- day, with Mrs. Ben Schuler of Streeter named auxiliary president. P. J. Zondervan of Grand Rapids, Mich., international president, spoke. I Other officers are Burton Bundy, I and Mrs. Ralph Kraft, Jamestown, I April 6, 1776, when the small vessels Williston, vice president; Lynn I chaplain. 0 I of the American squadron enroute Byrnes Jamestown, re elected sec  1 6 ' " - "1 Bismarck wa selected the 9 0] from the Bahamas, engagec[ a Brit- retary Don Leroy Bsmarck treas ; .... , .... , "  convention city. [ ish man-of-war. They also suffered urer ana cnuier napiam .... ....... ' _ " .. [ --:-- I the}r first casualtLes m ths battle; uxLnary ozncers are tvlrs tlow ........ ". . " I Continental Marines participated  two officers and five enlisted Mar- aro rtelm lvllno re-eLeezea vice i in .... " " "  ........ ..... ;a,. ' -r.o ., r  melr zr naval engagemenl i rues Knleo, and I0 wounuea. town, re-elected secretary-treasurer, 1 Lone Ranger by Fran Striker j I HEAR MUSTANG MAGS VISITORS--- Ulll. _2_ 1"/4 DTgRMIRED TO BUY" IT AND /L ,eAp' I STOCK.  _ i