Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 25, 1961 · Page 7
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 7

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6»-DEL RIO (Texas) NEV/S-KERAID, Sunday, June 25, 1961 UN President i Says West Must i Defend W. Berlin j ATLANTIC CITY. X.J. <AP>— ; Sir Leslie i Munro of New Zealand, 1957 president of the United Nations General Assembly, said : Friday the United States. Britain and France should fight for West . Berlin if nec.ess.sry. I Munro. now the assembly's ; special representative on Hun-; gary, dealt with the Berlin is^ue : in a speech prepared for the -44th annual convention of Lions Inter- < national. • . ' | He said Soviet Premier Khrush- i chev, in demanding his own IJrr- lin solution before the end of this year, "is taking sreat risks." Munro explained: "How iar. he must ask himself, are the peoples , of the United States. Britain and France ready to (ighl for Western Berlin" 1 I believe they should. , . . ' . "An appeasement over Berlin would only lead in further demands, for successful dictators are insatiable. ... "If Khrushchev in .K<nu:trv lSi»2 ads through a puppet Eastern Germany to strangle Western ' Berlin wil! ihe congress of this co-intrv act to support the President in warlike measures or war itself 10 pave the city" 1 "This is a question for you to answer. It ma> also be asked by Britain and France." New Yorker Nabbed For Moving Stolen Art to Big Spring NE\V YORK <AP)—A Sfanhat- tan man has been heid in 525.000 bail on 2 charge of transporting; S200.0SO in siojen art treasures ; from New York to Big Sprins Tex. " ~ : Jinimie While. 29. descrfoed as : an actor and model, was arrested by the FBI here Thursday and '. held for a hesrina Monday. Appearing before U.S. Commisioner : Earle Bishop. White said he had ! not mtended to sell the an works. Among tfie treasure : s recovered i in Big Spring by the FBI was a Degas paint. "Mme. Rouarl and • Her Two Daushlers." valued at S150.C-00. - : Also recovered were 'two other paintings, one unidentified and the other. '•Farm Buildings" by : William Thon, an American art- ; I5t. • : "In addition." the FBI said, "numerous drawings "and art objects valued at approximately S25.00Q v^ere recovered Ln New- York City." The an ireasures .wore stolen last May 5 from the estate of David Daniel? in Patterson. N.Y.. in suburban Putnam County. African Diplomat Gets Civic Apology From Maryland Town . Md.. (AP)— Three months ayo an African: diplomat was- refused service in ; a Maryland restaurant because of: his race. The incident caused concern in the State Department and the White House- Friday, the -Negro diploma! rty- turnefl to JJaaerslown for a civic apology that included keys to the city and ;-; banquet in his- honor. "1 did not expect this would be the final outcome of the earlier visit," ssici Dr. William Witzjohn. hiah commissioner from Sierra I-t-one to the court of Si. James in London. "This experience shouid be the highlight of niy two-year stay in the Uniu-d States." Two Men Convicted Of Passing Fake Bills OKLAHOMA CITY CAP)— Two Wichita Fa!!s~ men convicted of passing counierfeii bilLs at Law- Ion were sentenced in federal court Friday. The b i i! s were printed with the v.rong color s<-als. James Charles N'orris, 35, was sentenced to one year in prison. and James F-'usseil Robertson. -?2. was given a three-year probationary sentence. ' Motorola STEREO, HJ-F! SAM'S Radio & T.y. Center 315 S.. Main-PR 5-3S32 t/i CO m en <Q i/i A ft -O t/» K> o in v* O >w» 5-2, cn w a ui ^ OJ Z * % o > z 1 % - Z > tn **! OUS N POWER INGER Ut •O - .O I P so s O Cf- KD- O -OS SO - ta «. ~ !2 m C — c n f ? ? ^ CD =-Mi o T •"§ C"' * E 2 7" O I 2 ;. I o ^ I < »? o=s co i -? Sis. m gr-^i^ CO •o' -=-.^~- ="=:="»- rri • H "^ ~ ^ m — •o •J ~ -:> ^ ITI ., 0 3 <> = , o : = ^" -» vt "* rs S o? ^ ^^1 f°Uf ^i* ^ — 2 . -at " -55 O _re ~ ~ = to ~ x^ ? rn = i^=c = N ~ fT- O-? £5 5 §£ : tn ~ = ca 2 -^ ! t* nn — m ? s-:- 1 ?? n= 5 O 2 ui r- 00 =".= O £..- |v: 2 O ^"^ • _~ «." S •••*( cn f- _..' ^ i 7 i. T- ? T "i rt> _ O ? -rr. =• —f a> ^1 • CO Z > =; rn 03 l_j m m —•. ca m O O c= 7=: 0 2 -< on 1 ^ -H O r- <*-> c_ -< -n en •::- d H -::- O 5 70 m m ^ m < ?o =j O UJ > C d 5 ^ g O • i m m o — O Cn == •<? O sO O __ 5 ?2 CO 7 — -^ COS CO "2 io w •O t.-: ^ - m - tn i5 r= 2 m — 1 22 OO ~ - a *o i 8 • " - 3 "• 3 - n 0 co ro 2. < -0 =5 r» •< i - > eo m •-• 3 o

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