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r face t aiwavt prMOCRAT-rmtn k Ff teat) Dfccli Truco tCowtiaaeal tram Pate l the tract commission tb poweri it Mid were needed. The Laotian government today calkd off a scheduled meetln with itt rival (actiona at toe "truce village of Namone ba- cauaa of the renewed Communist Igjressiott at Psdong. communist China and North Viet Nam have stepped up their barrage of abuse at the United States over Laos, both In lobby talk here and on their official radios in Pelpiiut and Hanoi, v Gromyko flew in from Moscow Thursday niht, lie had been to Vienna lust weekend when Premier Nikila S, Khrushchev and President Kennedy agreed on the Deed of an "effective ceasefire" In Laos. . But whea newsmen asked him at the airport whether be had brought a Kremlin reply to Western demands that the Communists agree to strengthen the truce commission In Laos, he replied: "My pockets are empty." At Die same time, he said he thought the conference could pro-igms "if the West ha this de- This indicated the Communists would continue to insist on talk-ins about a long-range political settlement for . Laos , while the hooting still U going on In the little Asian kingdom. - The United States. Britain and France have served notice they Will not attend any mora formal meetings until the truce becomes effective. Just this weekt after the Khrushchev-Kennedy meeting, the Communist-supported rebels of Laos battered the loyalist outpost of Padong and overran It with infantry. .-; With the 14-natlon conference completely stalemated, there was a chance the three leading princes M Laos would get wgeiner ana try to eolve their own proDiems Prince Sauvanna Fhouma.lead cr of the "neutralist" faction. flew Into Geneva from Moscow Thursday with his half-brother "Red" Prince SouDhanouvane.. , Prince Boun Oum. premier of tna pro-western Vientiane govern ment, was in Nice, France, waning to hear whether they would neat with him there. - tatimyf lii'l Tvd Linn Crci.cs (Vowm Stata Police invealieat ad two minor traffic accidents In Linn County Thursday with no injuries reported at either. The first, shortly before I p.m., occurred at roster when a' vehicle operated by David D. Nielsen, Rt. 1, Sweet Home, collided with an auto driven by Phillip A. Caines, 1153 46th Ave.. Sweet Home. - Investigating officers said Nielsen was southbound on the Cuartivllle Road when he stopped t the intersection of Highway 10. As he crossed the highway his vehicle was struck by Phillips' southbound auto. . At 7:23 p.m. police were called to the scene of an accident just east of Lebanon on Highway 20. Polka reported Charles M. Anderson, Rio Vista Motel, Lebanon, was preparing to make a left hand turn off the highway when his vehicle was struck from behind by one driven by Jerry N. Bess, 1947 12th St.. Lebanon. Damage to all .vehicles was minor. . ' ; KSCHANIC MOVES SWEET HOME - Moving this week to Kiamth Falls are Mr. and Mrs, Dee Valentine and their small daughter. Valentine has ac eepted new job as truck mechanic. ' fuZHl DTICE E JUDGE 3. Davit Franklin, 72, Albany, died June 8. , Survived oy wite: Zula B. Lacey Bridges; brothers: t. L, Bridges. Boerne, Texts, A. K. Bridges, Port Arthur, Texas; sisters: Mrs. Vtlora ; SauUbarry, Port Arthur, Texas; numerous nieces and nephews, services Fisher Funeral Home, Monday, June 12, 2:00 p.m. Interment Riverside Cemetery. 8-9, 6-10 ua eoA6iNo mousi kstl.mOaft WS MUlMIKttMft. au. atiaMTeir ut wooltwt at- ptTntTCMtu OUT IN JlWESNMrntO OMFOTT AN SU.UJ4 TM CtTOSS "LIT SAW TMf!OUjM 6(031 iMa-. IPHtfiV Mftfta n-iATv- r TOaLS, UfcD arrne a Strawberry Crop Tops '60 Yisld ; SALEM (UPIl M. D. Mur-ohv. suoervlsar of . the federal- state shipping point inspection service, saia toaay we uregon strawberry harvest should yield a crop substantially larger than last year. ... Ha said the estimated yield Is mora than M million pounds, nearly seven million more than i960. This would be about 1.500 pounds an acre. aiurpny saia me cnerry ouuooc is "spotty" with good prospects at Hood River but the outlook "not favorable" at The Dalles. He said Willamette Valley pros pects are gooo. Peart in the Rogue River valley look good, Murphy said, and a "falrlv cood croo" is enoected in the Hood River area, Cferspj Return to Defend TC Titles Entry blanks are rolling Into the Timber Carnival office and among the first 18 to arrive are those of five former champion., and an Australian who will fly 1,000 miles to compete here. Brian Jackson, Timber Carnival president, said' past champions who have returned their entry blanks are David Geer, Jewott City, Conn., who has won four of the last five years in log chopping; Hugh McKenzle. Victoria, B.C., last year'i axe throwing champion; .Max Searls. Toutle. Wash., previous log bucking winner; Ben Lentx, Oceanlake, log bucking champ in earlier Timber Carnivals who now competes only in axe throwing, and Kelly Stan ley, Kosmos. Wash., last year's novice speedcllmbing champ. These and others will be com' peting for the 14,000 in cash prizes when the Timber Carnival Is held at Timber Linn Park July i-4. Appearing fur the first time will be w. m. Johnston, an Australian who will fly to the United States late in June to compete in the log chopping event, Geer wa in Australia In March to compete in ' a 10-day log chopping show held at Sydney. While there he talked Johnston Into coming to Albany, for the Timber Carnival. Also returning entry blanks are Merv Lentz, Tart, a top compel' Itor In bucking and chopping; Don Mayfield, Williams. Ore., an other bucker and chopper; Blair Acker, Portland, a log roller: Bill Cobbt, Grants Past, speed- climber and topper; Dennis Dun can, Sweet Home, axe thrower and an entry in the bull of the woods... . Srcthrtn Class Starts Daily Vacation Bible school starts on June 14 at Grace Brethren church. Classes will be from l p.m. to 1:30 p.m. for the two-week session. The course will be for. first graders through junior high school age. The concluding program will be on June 21 at 7:90 p.m. The Rev. Nelson Hall will be in charge of the VnS. Bible study, hind-craft ana missionary stories will bt on the program. Brief News Around Town AMUSEMENT GUIDE ' Venetian !:: VMela KampT Midway 'The Three Worlds ef Gulliver-Plus "The Mountain Read" Albaay Births-Mr. and Mil. Michael Weis. 213 E. 13th Ave., a girl, I pounds tv ounce on June I. i Red Crass Meets The annual meeting of the Unn county chapter, American Red Cross, will lie at noon Monday at-the Albany Elks lodge cafeteria. It it open to the public. Conner school b a 1 1 d I n g and grounds for tale. Sea legal notice on page I. Adv. Gelng te Turkey Kay. Bevans of Rufua. Ore., who served as act ing Linn county home economics extension agent while Mrs. Belva Covey was incapacitated by injuries suffered in traffic acci dent, will fly to Turkey June 26 to reside for six months as an In v ll AHIM L WA4 MQKitflSrB 8tA4l0 46T rttewY I iajuriai H TUA-rttA jaxI uav tinua rDISONIO AFTSt tMMMilt VeY NaUT TH w4 UAST 4QYtASt .us fSifrnl 1 f fllEmWS KlC-6lT" PUT A BIT NOiSlLVe jrvg t, mi Vcnszuolons llijacli Plane WIIXEMSTAD. Curacao UPI A group of Venezuelan officials arrived here today to seek the extradition of seven fugitive Venezuelan army rebels who landed here Thursday night aboard a hijacked plane in a blaze of gunfire. The Venezuelan authorities i came here aboard a military plane for talks with government' officials about returning the fugi- j Uvea at soon as possible. Reports from Caracas said President Romulo Betancourt called in the Netherlands ambassador. H. M. Boom. Thursday night to present hit government's extradition request. .The seven men all ex-officers were being flown from prison at Puerto Cabello to Caracas for court martial proceedings when they aeized control of the plane. All were to stand trial for participating in the attempted overthrow of the Betancourt government laat vur. The seven men were Identified as: Lt. CoL Juan de Dios Moncada Vidal, Lt. Col. Jose babel Gutierrez. Maj. Luis Cardier Rodriguez, Maj. All Chalbaud Godoy, Maj. Osvaldo Graziani, Capt, Jose Maria Galavis Cadedo, and Capt. Jose Serritiello Rodriguez. Reports from Caracas said Moncada Vidal led the others in seizing the plane. , They overpowered navy Capt. Alberto Tayl-hardat, commander of the Puerto Cabello base who was escorting them, and seven marine guards. One of the guards was wounded in the stomach as Moncada Vidal fought with Tsylhardat to disarm him as Serritkllo Rodriguez stood over the naval official with r fought with Tsylhardat to disarm The pilot Of the plane. Chanjfljrj hy f?nh liirinoa, was shot in the foot UJ vwtilll Qiirinos, When the plane landed in Curacao, Taylhardat attempted to re gain control of the situation but suffered a gunshot wound in the head. t AlbnyOSUGrcds Gst Cc:.:is:i:ns CORVALUS-Two Oregon Stale University graduates from Albany Gary Ray Brown and Ronald El- wyn Mullen have been commissioned as officers In the armed forces after completing advanced ROTC training at part of their college studies. Brown was commissioned si a second lieutenant in the army and Mullen at a second lieutenant" fn the air force. The commissioning took place as a highlight of OSU's 92nd annual commencement program. Brown graduated In the school of business and technology - and Mullen in the school of engineering. OSU It one of only 2$ colleges in the country that offers ad vanced ' ROTC training in all branches of servicearmy, navy, air force and marine corps. ternattonal Farm Youth Exchange delegate, She Is one of three from Oregon who will participate this year in the Middle East in the IFYE program. : St. Francis Hotel permanent low ratea now. Adv. Accepts Pmltiea Rod Cummins, 1961 graduate in science from Oregon State University, bat accepted the position with Robert Taft Sanitary Engineering Centar in Cincinnati, Ohio, and will work for the next year In Philadelphia He has left for the east coast. He attended Albany Union High school, where he was graduate in 1SS7. His mother it Mrt. Pearl Cummins, 420 E. Fifth Ave. Cart CollideTwo vehicles col tided at the intersection of Third avenue and Baker streets about 3 p.m. Thursday, but pone of the occupants apparently suffered injuries. Driver of on of the cart was Alvle Gen Ponder, 820 E. Third Ave.; and the other vehicles driver wt Floyd Howard Kramer, Rt. 1, Brownsville. No cita tions war issued. Raise your Income by using the Democrat-Herald Classified Ads regularly to tell things you no longer need csmeras, sports gear, etc. Start getting easy cash right now by calling WA 1-2211 to place your ad. Adv. Kartert to Race The Albany Ksrt club has been asked to give a racing demonytration fat connec tion with the Strawberry festival on June 10. Any member interest- GIBSON MARKET MASTER Refrigerator Th Only Frost-Fret Unit That's All Rtfrigerator RUSS RADIO & TV SALES AN) SERVICE III E. 8th WA 1-1384 VY This la aa artist's conception ef the nation's flrat missile training target with speed and altitude performance to match the latest enemy aircraft. The XKD2B-) was launched su-ccmI ulljr at the Naval Missile (Tenter, rolnt Mot a, Calif. This new missile target Is capable of level flight at any pre Rebskah Lodge Holds Session Truck s owners whose license plates are due to expire at the end of . June can renew licenses now, Jay Rupp, field office manager for the Department of Motor Vehicles in Aftany. said today. Rupp said a heavv truck registration is expected, and urged owners to renew early to avoid the last-minute rusn. Third quarter or half-year applications for licenses on trucks not now licensed In Oregon cannot be accepted until June JO, Rupp added. r-!J-. Ufl VIS le UNCilCS . J Davis Franklin Bridges, 72, died at hit home here. 640 N. Clover Ridge road, Thursday evening following an extended illness. , Mr. Davis, born Dec. 31, 1888 at Gatesvllle, Tex., had lived in Albany for the past 22 years after residing earlier in Montana and Portland. He farmed for a time in the Oekville area before moving to Albany. He was married June S. 1943 in Salem to Zula B. Lacey Bridg es, who survives. Other survivors include two bro thers, E. L. Bridges, Boerne, Tex., and A. K. Bridget, Port Ar- tnur, tm.. and sister, Mrs. Valora Saulsberry, Port Arthur. Service! will be Monday at 1 p.m. at,th Fisher Funeral home with Rev. H. Robert Ellison officiating.' Interment will be at Riverside cemetery. ILLNESS REPORTED JEFFERSON - Relatives , here have learned that Marion Looney. Salem realtor, has been very ill at his home at 520 N.E. 22nd St., Salem, Mrs. Clifford Johnson of Seattle. Wash., is In Salem helping to care for her father. Looney is a native of Jefferson. ed In going should go to the track here Saturday at 8 p.m. They should take carts. The demonstration will be on the Lebanon Elks parking lot from 1:30 p.m. until 10 p.m. ; , Budget ElecUeo The Palestine Fir District will hold its budget lection June 12 from 2 to a p.m. at the Walter Blegel residence, Route 4. Hand made bedroom group. $50. Includes 8-drawer chest, 4-drawer desk, mattress and springs. Beautiful and practical. This set is absolutely childproof. WA 8-9984. Judy Eckhart Fractures Elbow -Judy Eckhart sustained a fractured left elbow Wednesday evening when the fell from a horse. She wts transferred from Albany General hospital to the Good Sa maritan hospital where a bone specialist placed her arm in tree tion. She will be at the Corvallis hospital for the next three weeks her parents, Mr. and Mrt. William Eckhart, announced today. "..df"" jLaajjiliLLtJ JJit t 1 Serving Albany, Holiey, S h-1 429 W. 3rd. Avi. ALBANY h v - Trains Missile Hunters Linn Public Records ' , CIRCUIT COURT Emma R. Kimber vs. .Melvin Kimber: plaintiff granted decree annulling marriage. DIVORCE COMPLAINTS Herbert L Lovely vs. Leota Sue Lovely, married June I, 1953, at Reno, Nev. Robert D. Muir vt. Sharon E. Muir. married March I, IKS, at Silverton; plaintiff requests de fendant be granted custody of minor child and $50 monthly child support. Elton H. New vt. Betty Jane New, married July 22, 1960, at AumsvlUe; plaintiff asks custody of two children. Vashti E- Scroggtn vt. Jesse J. Scroggin, married in September, 1953. at Newport; plaintiff asks that former name of Vashti Williams be restored. Phyllis A. Brown vs. Cliff C. Brown, married March 13, 1949. MARRIAGE LICENSES Theodore Edward Doweli, 19, plywood worker, Sweet Home, and Dorothy Nell Trigg, 19, clerk, Foster. . I Eichmann 'Confession' Center of Court Battle JERUSALEM UPI - The It-1 raeli prosecution asked the court trying Adolf Eichmann for mass murder today to accept in evi dence a tape-recorded - "confes sion" Eichmann was alleged to have mad while h wat hiding out in Buenos Aires. German defense attorney Robert Servatiut objected sharply that the document wat "unimportant" and that Eichmann was under the "influence of drink" when be made the alleged statement. , The court recessed for the week end without reaching a decision. It announced that it would rule on the request Monday morning. Israeli Atty. Gen. Gideon Haua- ner had hoped to complete pres entation of his eight-week case against Eichmann this morning. The court was to have recessed at noon until June II to give Ser- yatiua more time to present his CaSe. - -,-i. A prolonged legal battle between Hausner and Servatiut made this impossible. Presiding Judge Mo- she Landau announced the court would reconvene Monday and try to complete the prosecution case by noon. The purported Eichmann "con fession" was the raw material on which were bated the so-called "Eichmann memoirs" published by Life magazine last Decem ber. - ",, Earlier, the prosecution submit- ' CARD OF THANKS W wish to thank each and every one who has shown to much kindness and love to our dearly beloved one, especially for the prayers in hit and our behalf. We want to extend a heartfelt thank you to "Fortmuler a Funeral Home" for their kindness and consideration in our deep sorrow. Signed: Mrs. Grace Jenness, Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Jenness, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jenness, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jenness. Mr. and Mrt. Russell Weavill, Mr. and Mrs. Olen'Aerni, Mr. and Mrt. Dale Jenness, Mr. and Mrt. Ircel JeUl-sen and Grandchildren. W nnc!nUii(J ni emtty with th rt (luiptiMnti wf EVERY rtligiaui 'norriln Um t.laL iJ ..J - iiw" laiia ana) $hdd, Irewntvill, Jefferson ond rUNERAjrHOMr t r It "n-ot ar-7ir determined altitude up to 71.000 feet at twice the speed ef sound. It has a self-contained guidance system and, aheuld developments warrant, eaa destroy Itself. Tests new are nder way to make the target operational at aa early date. Walter Leroy West. 23, truck driver, Lebanon, and Mary Louise Hall, 19, secretary, Lebanon. DIVORCES GRANTED Elmer Ira Van Eppa from Shir' ley Nadint Van Eppa. Lloyd W, Walters from Esther N. Waltert. Archie LeRoy Hayes from Bar' bara Ann Hayes. Dora Davit from Melvin Davit. Lillian Lucille Lewis from John H. Lewie. Wayne R. Dalzld from Karleen Ki Dalziel. Fay Ellen Brownson from John H. Brownson. Violet Chilcott from Edwin Chil cott. Betty L Carroll from Bill J. Car roll Molly Mae Jewell from Doile Howard Jewell. Ethyl L Wilson from Harry M. Wilson. Sylva Elaine Dozler from Bryce A. Dozler. Fred A. Ohmacht from Jessie Ohmacht. ted documentary evidence which it claimed proved that: Eichmann estimated 2,500,000 Jews were exterminated in the vast slaughterhouse of Auschwitz. Eichmann ordered 130 Jewish prisoners from Auschwitz to be shipped to Matzweiler Concentration camp in Germany to be killed so their bones could be sent to the SS skeleton collection at Stras bourg University. j Eichmann and ether top Nazis ordered the sterilization of children of mixed marriages between Jewt and Aryant. Daily Quotations On tb Market seat PORTLAND (UFO ttt$ to roSu-ra. I.t.t. t rinth: AA extra Urn S13SW: AA Una W4Hci A Urft tS-SSci AA ntdltia tiaSfee; AA mull DAIRY PORTLAND (UPb-Dalry mweUU Zstat rUUrt: AA antra Itrf 40-44c; AA Urt 3T-4Sei A Urft SS- 40ei AA maim St-SSc; AA mU SS- SSc; Carton l-So hlfhor. Buttor to roUUorn AA tat A artatt TO lb.) eortoaa la hit ban B rtnta SSc. Chaoa 'madiuta anrad) Ta ro tation. !t-4SifS proooaoo Aaari-eaa S-lk. loaf, 44H-4Sc. POULTRY PORTLAND (UPlk Draaaoe thkktaa No. 1 (rat droaaad to rotatlart: Pryon. wholo trawa S0-3Se Ik.i cut-up, 34-40c lb.i hant. 4 hoavjr-typ wkol drawn, Ik.l liihltypo Bona, cut-tip SS-SSt Ik.i wkol se-30t lk. PORTLAND LIVISTOCK PORTLAND (UPD-U8DA .Wtokljr UvoMorki Cattlo 1.1S0-. Md-)iairo alaufMor otoora SS-S4: UUIItjr-itanSafd lUli food-chatc hoifora SO-SSi utUltr rtand-ard 1S-1S; cannar-cuttar rawg ll JO-IJ. ctitMtMitUltjr kUa iatS.N. Calvot OSS: f oodholoo vaalari SS-SS, aoma oarbf la tk wook ST-SS; aUlitjp- nandard lasti utility-food tlaufhtar rolvoa IS-SSi anadiura-food (loekon under 300 Ik. SO-SS. - Hoft 1JS: U.S. 1 and 1 kutcharo 1S.SO-1S; I. t ant I low lT Sa-USSi aowa u-is se. Shoop 4734: choKOarlmo tlaufhtar aartat bmht IS.SS-lltSi food-lo chotro 14-191 WUltrkotco) alt crap bara lamka cad yacrbaeS T-1S: auU- ebotce ea t-e.se. - a iUiJit pvojeieant-Maocjor neigKboring communities Phontt WA 1-3391 3 T1 Ray D'Autrcmont Wins Art Prize PORTLAND (UPD-Ray D'Au- tremont, 81, serving a life term in connection with a 1923 South ern Oregon train holdup, won a prize Thursday at Roe Festival art exhibit D'Autremont won third prize in the Oregon Independent Artists Invitational Art Exhibit for an oil painting, "Le Doux Cbeihin Ou- vert (The Sweet Open Road). He wat sentenced with two brothers for the 1923 holdup of a train in the Siskiyou Mountains in which train crewmembers were slain. Kivanis Chief Urges Extension PORTLAND (UPI) - The in- ternational president of Kiwanis International called Thursday night for extension of the service organization beyond the boundaries of the United States and Canada. Addressing 500 Kiwanians and their wives here, Joe Tally Jr. said extension to other countries "would be a good move for foreign relations." Tally, of Fayetteville, N.C., said State Department officers had assured him expansion of the organization would Improve relations with other countries. He said Kiwanians will vote on the extension proposal at the next international convention. The organization presently has 260.000 members in 4.800 clubs. Man Arrested on Check Charge Carl Allen. '-Gibbs, 30, Molalla, was being held in Linn County jail today on a charge of writing checks with insufficient funds. Bail has been set at $1,000. Gibbs was arrested late yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Herb Groat on a Linn County warrant. Salem ite Held on Larceny Charge Marion County Sheriff's deputies arrested Wayne A. Thomas, 20, Salem, vestardav an a Unn Pram. S warrant charging larceny by e bailee. He is' being held in Linn County Jail in lieu of 22.000 bail. LEBANON M0T0a-YU 1 Ml So. of Lakaaca WUkwcr SS Phono AL t-MSS NOW ENDS TONIGHT . Cinemascope Color "From tht Ttrraca" PAUL NEWMAN JOANNE WOODWARD Ca-Featare CLARK GABLE J'Faur Kings and Four Quttnt" Western Action CimenaScope Color STARTS SATX'RDAT JOHN WAYNE "NORTH TO ALASKA" SAIITIM Drive-h Theater Hlf away 2ft Sweat Hams 4 Days Fri., Sot, Sun., Mon., Junt 9-10-11-12 Academy Award Winner Best Picture of th Year THE APARTMENT Starring JACK LEMON, SHIRLEY MacLAINE, FRED MacMURRAY Together Wltk ELVIS PRESLEY in "FLAMING STAR" In Flaming Color TWO CARTOONS OF COURSE Admission Nerer Orer It J er Car First Tim for Cc:tro Effigy PORTLAND (LTD - Police called out oa a report a man had jumped from a bridge here Thursday found an effigy of Cuban Premier Fidel Castro hanging from the structure. Police Sgt. Wee Johnson said pranksters frequently hung effig ies from the bridges "but it's the first time for Centre. Unn 4-11 Cbb i . - Lzzi:rs Sccre THE DALLES Conei stent Linn county winners at the Junior Live stock show here scored agaia Wed nesday in showmanship contests. Tom Hawkins. 14. Shedd, took first la the intermediate twine showmanship contest and bis sister, Joy, won junior swine showmanship champion honors. Hawkins became a finalist in the grand championship showman contest, in which contestants were required to show each others' animals. Gary Forster of Tangent vied hi beef cattle breed competition and came up with a second place with both his heavy Hereford and his light Angus entries. The Unn county 4-H club delegation won first place also for its county in livestock herdsmanship competition, swine division. Exhib itors were judged for car ef barn, feeding, car of animals and personal appearance and conduct of contestants. Winners or herdsmanship honors received medals. Tkstsr Lebaaoa Ph. AL g-2221 NOVY SNOWING MiK.wtaaM-atiur CtKfaWIe) NH sMff MrtsHt HEX. KIDS Sat. Marina 1:30 Free show for all spprecia-tion month for the Park Theater patrons. "WINGS OF THE HAWK" Limited Engagement U , . " ' " Wednesday Evening, June 14th 7; 15 P. M. AWAHD CHAMPION! JMfCeaaafaa oWiWoWafcl , rrcaWrrTSWoWoWoV frW'aWaWVVaaii' RI0WWRI Sweet Hm '"ll'l DRIVE-IN THEATER Half Way Between Albany -Corvallia GATES OPEN 7:30 FRIDAY-SATURDAY l r"fr-'nf.7 '' p r .f Vi"):ov I' a CwumA t - PICTUK! HlEJUIf-a J J oWr IV AneJ Men Breach the Peaks'" to Win Over Terror i JAMES STEWART THE MOUNTAIN ROAD" LIZA LU GLENN CORBETT II V aa) T f Troctor Offer Gods to Fidel to exchange tractors for prisoners. - The proposal, interpreted as a partial concession to Castro's recent demand that prominent members of the committee must come ta Cuba to work out the arrangements, cam after two days of intensive discussion by the committee. Castro was notified of the offer by cablegram. The cable also included other proposals, . among them a carefully-outlined plan for dispatching the tractors to Cuba. Thit gesture was specifically a reply to Castro's May 17 proposal to exchange 1,200 prisoners, captured during the abortive April In vasion of Cuba, for 500 American tractors. v However, negotiations teemed to be on the verge of disintegration this week wbea Castro tacked on to the original proposal his stipulation that committee members must come to Cuba. Actually, the committee's deci sion to send a group to Cuba came as something of a surprise. AWAM THEATRE Niwcy SS aoaf Iwlaraactloa at IS SM S S-ltSS, FRIDAY-SATURDAY . 0 0 mi St1' .fm mi ''ACHNaCOU. antaoana And DAVID NIVEN MITZI GAYNOR in "HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" Hey Kicfsf . KIDDIE MATINEE TfTTjj mAmJmmmmJmJki Sat., 2 P. M. PAT BOONE "BERNADINE" and Color Cartoons iiillHFAni FRIDAY-SATURDAY HERE IS THE REAL TIIIKG! THE URRIFYINQ RISE NO RUIN Of HITlEff'S REICH! ! IS ' i :i1 H J.l'i- tvll id'l'.'i itiawxSWSS iM(p!aiaeNfiiica 1 IWaft.l SPnuriflMt psjop-jnw iamint-tE'ix ' ft oV. . v A 1 iaa. wal.lti l

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