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T» City If you fail to get your Star WMM telephone 7*3431 by 6:30 p. m. and a special carrier deliver your paper. Krtif* Star For Weather Report See Column at Bottom of This Page YEAR. VOL. 62 — NO 216 liar •! HoM, 1IM, FrMt ttif J«t. »• HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1961 Me*h«r: Th« A««elA»«4 Pr*>< I Audit turtnu «f Circulation! A<r. N« P*lrf Clre'l » Mor, tnrfint Mirch It, mi — 1,311 PR ICE 5c COPY Court Order Only Thing to SidDockStrike By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTON (AP)-Rcsorl to a court injunction appeared today the governments only recourse to end the nine-day maritime strike President Kennedy was due to confer loday with Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg on the MK-jcasingly grave shipping tie- up™ Unions have turned Goldberg down cold on his proposal for a 60-day strike truce to lei government faclfinders study the dis- inile, issues—including a demand for bargaining rights on American-owned foreign flag vessels— and come up wilh a sclllemcnl formula. Although shipping operators ac- edited the Goldberg plan the union lurndowns seemed to doom it. The labor secretary, a union attorney who masterminded the 1959 steel strike before he joined Kennedy's Cabinet, could come up with alternate settlement proposals. But negotiations in New York arc almost hopelessly deadlocked and mounting shipping losses soon will compel the administration lo cojjisidcr invoking the Tafl-Hart- le^plaw emergency provisions allowing an UO-clay court injunction in such situations. This is reportedly distasteful 1 both to Kennedy, who voted 'againsl Taft-Harlley while in Congress, and to Goldberg, with his labor union background. Both NO COMPACT THIS—Newest device for passenger convenience at airports Is the mobile lounge. It'f a giant, 38-ton bus capable of carrying 90 passengers from terminal to planes, eliminates ramps. Drivers' cockpits are fore and aft. Compact car and girl illuf irate size of this metal monster at Washington's Dulles International Airport. Communism Likened to Goliath VATICAN CITY (AIM — Pope. John XXIII says communism is Jike the Biblical gianl Goliath who was cut down by David with his could develop into another and worse strike later on. : "Gov. William F. Qujnn of Hawaii Friday night urged the President to invoke lhc Tafl-Harlley Jaw lo prevent emergency conditions in the island state. Even when the Tafl-Hartlcy .emergency provisions are invoked it takes a week or so before-a strike-eliding: court injunction can be' obtained. The feel an injunction would slop Ihe'slingshol. strike but not the dispute, which! The Pope rlkl not mention communism by name, but the intent of his words was very clear, Vatican sources said today. lie gave lhc impression lo members of the Clerical Missionary Union in a special audience two days ago. The Pope's' address was released loday by the Vatican Press OfficO, "We arc before Goliath," said the Pope, "and perhaps we, arc using loo many words Lhal might better be used in prayer or in formulating advice to sanctify our lives. "We face pnc who seems enormous, but he is nol strong. He is nol valid. Al limes we feel fear, arc afraid of the thought of to morrow. And yet Ihis gianl must give before lhc will of grace and pity of God. "We must nol think thai there must be universal dcslruclion and ruin or Ihe victory of Ibis Goliath, because even in his dominion there arc souls who arc nourishct Gas Agreement Okay by PSC LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The 'ublic Service Commission Friday ipprovccl agreements through vhich Gillcll and Waldron will )iiilcl natural gas systems and ease them to Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. and Foil Smilh Gas Horp., rcspcclivcly. 11 accepted request from Marmadukc, Black required legal steps include nam- ift, a White House board to investigation and certify the nation's health or safety is in peril. This is generally regarded as legal rigamarol, but it does provide time for Goldberg, in full charge of the situation for Kcn- ,ncdy, to maneuver behind scenes to try to break the stalemate. The core o( the problem is a 'rivalry among the unions, with sidcnts Paul Hall of the Sears and Joseph Curran of the National Maritime Union, each trying to come out with the fattest settlement. Four other unions by our same light and who remain Discontent Is Worse, AdlaiSays WASHINGTON (AP) — U.N. Ambassador A dial Stevenson reported lo President Kennedy 10- day lhal he found increasing clis- Judges, Clerks for Tuesday's Bond Election A list of judges and clerks ami 'oting precincts for the Tuesday, January 27 election on the $GO million bond issue: Voting Precinct* For The City Of Hope Ward t — Trading-Post Showroom 30fi East Third tit. Ward t-A — Fire Station Ma Ensl Second St.. Ward 2 — Court House Ward 2-A — Court House Ward ;) — Youth Center Build- fi Corner N. Elm St. and West Ave. "B" Ward 4 - City Hall Country Box 5 — Building formerly occupied by While's Cafe located nl Ihe corner of South Main & East Division SI reels across the street from the M. 0. P. RK depot and Jack's News Stand. Country Box 0 — Meyer's Bakery building 414 South Walnut. St. Oian Judges: S. S. Kobius, Aulroy Smead, Cecil Walker, Clerks: About Everyone Has a Pet Bible Story - Here Are Some Favorites of Local Folks By MARY ANITA LASETER ; We in the Soiilh are proud of the facl thai we live in whnl is sometimes called the Bible Belt. Nol that thai fuel rnnkcs us nny better, but it. does mean that as a whole the population is trying to learn how to be boiler. For instance, most,' of Ihe churches in the area are conducting Bible Schools now, 'have just completed them, or are aboul to >egin (hem. And one of the most OkCaniwavci nakc a similar conlracl will, Ar-' K ; f "I! 110 " (!unll « llls iansas-Missouri Power Co. Religious Group Places Store in Rib By WILTON WYNN CAIRO, Egypt (AP) — An ancient Egyplian religious seel believed lhal if Ihe rib had stayed inside Adam's chest, mankind would have been spared a lot ot misery. of South America. Stevenson fold newsmen after reporting to the President, on his journey lo 10 Soulh American cap itals thai Ihe situation in lhal part of lhc hemisphere has dclerior alccl since ho traveled through the same area a year ago. Bui, Slcvcnson added, "There is more universal awareness of the : necessity for making social reforms in all of these countries." Stevenson said lhc U.S. role in the Cuban invasion was unpopular in South America, where "the principle of nonintervcnlion is a religion." Slcvcnson, on Ihe other hand, said Ihe alliance for progress Kipular programs on •adio station, KXAH, 'Know Your Bible." our local is entitled All these 'acts led your Inquiring Rcporl- ;r to pose this question to some of our, citizens What is your jworite Bible story in lite Old reslamcnl and why? REV. RUFUS SORRELLS: My favorite is the slory of Gideon as found in Ihe Book of Judges, be cause II speaks oul in Ihe time ot hopelessness lo show us we Kennedy Is Reportedly Feeling Fine WASHINGTON (AIM-Presidi-itl Kennedy, "feeling fine" in the words of an aide, descried hi.s sick bed today and played host, to Japanese Prime Minister lluyalo Ikcdii. Kennedy, confined to bed Thurs day by n Imclerin and virus Infection, posed for photographs with the prime minister and thon walked into the driveway of the executive mansion lo bid a personal farewell, Ikoda paid a farewell call closing out throe days of high-level talks. The crutches that a back .strain had forced Kennedy to use before U.S. Strikes Firm Note on Berlin Crisis By FRED S. HOFFMAN WASHINGTON (AP) — The United Slates today struck a "firm but mil hc'llicjercnl" note in the growing crisis over Berlin, avoiding any show of military preparations. In Ihe background, U.S. British, French and Wesl. Gorman diplomats soughl agreement on how best In meet new threat ,'harleiio Green, Mrs. John Norwood, Guard: Monroe Sluarl. Shovel* Springs .Judges: George Crews, D. M. Collier, Floyd Mungrum, Clerks: Mrs. G. II. Beekworlh, Mrs. H. B. Sanford, Guard: W. B. Rug- glcs Sardis Judges: Marion Ihibbard, D M. Kcnl, W. C. Abbott. Clerks: Mrs. Finlcy Martin, Mrs. llollis, Guard: E. II. Ilubbnrd. McCaskill Judges: J. 0. Harris, Jess Tin- isley. Mont, Warlaw, Clerks: Blondie Scott, Mrs. Orville Worlham, Guard: II. G. Shuffiekl. Rocky Mound Judges: T. 0. Brighl, Mrs. Clifford Mcsscr, Mrs. T. 0. Bright, Clerks: Mrs. H. H. Higgason, Mrs, Norman. Taylor, Guard: E. M. 'Boyclt. This seel believed lhat so long program enunciated by Kennedy involved have divided between the two camps. •The ship owners, having in the past given a belter deal either to Continued on rage Four faithful and very close to us, par- lhcsc Ucipating in the same apostolic and Christian ideals. "The simplicity of the lillle David before lhc gianl Irully repre- as the woman was inside Adam's chest, there was no death and Ihe world was a paradise. But separation of woman from man was one of the "mistakes" in a bad job of creation thai brought no end of trouble to the world. The. primitive people who held Lo raise economic and social standards throughout the soulhcrii half of the hemisphere is generally regarded as "Ihe dawn of a new day in our relalions." Border Work Plan Delayed by the U.S. WASHINGTON (AP)—The gov- crnmcnl has laid aside indefinitely a plan it had been considering to close the Mexican border to Mexi- <«His commuting daily to jobs in Laredo and El Paso, Tex. However, a study has been launched at points along the Mexican and Canadian borders lo determine the extent of foreign commuting to jobs in U.S. cities hard hit by unemployment. Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg said in a statement today, apparently elicited by a protest from Mexico, thai no hasty jfttion was contemplated and none will be taken until after interested governments are consulted. Goldberg has consulted wilh lhc Mexican ambassador. Following that the Mexican Foreign Ministry announced Thursday night that the ambassador, Antonio Carillo Flo- senls lhc Catholic Church, holy and blessed. 'Let the gianl come wilh his immense menace. Like Ihe youth of Bcthlcham (David) the sons of were known as lhc "Gnostics" and were considered heretics by other early Christians. Scholars have discovered the Incoming aboul Adam's rib in Gnostic "gospels" found 13 years ago in a monastery near Nag Hammndi in upper Egypt but only now being fully studied. There arc hints in these writings Stovall, Walker- Chambless, Clerks: Mrs. E. V. Avery, Mrs. Walker Chambless, Guard: A. R. Avery. Sa r atoga Judges: W. D. Galhwrighl, Herman Dodson, Frank Bland, Clerks: Mrs. Willie Mc.Iunkins, Mrs. Nash Slanlon, Guard: Tom Galhrighl. . _. . , , the Church of Christ-clergymen lhat t and laymen-will receive him with the force of God." Big Night for Arkansos Delegate ATLANTA (AP)—II was an extra big night for one delegate to the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce national convcnlion. Guy Pardew of Jonesboro, Ark., received word during lhc late hav( . pl , icticccl C0l . emonia , nudism and perhaps engaged in mysterious sexual riles. . These writings arc in the Coptic (Old Egyptian) language, and .scholars consider Ihcm among the mosl important historical finds in many years. Most of Ihe writings arc now in the Coptic Museum in Old Cairo. Migratory Bird Laws Changed WASHINGTON (AP) - The Interior D cp a r t m e n I, today announced several amendments lo Ihe basic migralory bird hunling regulations to lighten daily bag limit provisions and make other changes. One amendment will limil the ilolal number of birds a hunter may take in one day and the lolal past it was possible for u hunter legally lo lake a daily bag limil on Ihe same day in each of two or more slates or areas for which a separate daily bag limit had should not depend only on our- he was felled by illness wore no- icre in sight. He walked slowly, it if he limped ill all it was so ightly as to be hardly discerni- c. Kennedy canceled a scheduled ind-up conference wilh Ikccla hursday after coming down with e virus infcclion which shot, his mpcralurc to IOI.<> degrees be- re it, broke.. Ills doctor reported lie Thursday lhal he was cov- •ing very nicely. Kennedy set, out j prove it, today. He did, however, yield lo advice •om the White House physician, r. Janet Trnvell, and agree lo eniain in hi.s .second-floor living uarlers in Ihe mansion. Kennedy lid passed the word thai, lie limned lo divide his time belweci ic mansion itself and his office i the west wing. Dr. Travcll made it, clear Ilia he would prefer him lo slay ii is upstairs quarters. He rcceivec <cdu there. Aides reported Kennedy fine." Baird's Chapel Judges: E. V. Avery, J. II elves but s'hould seek help from a higher Being. Also, it illus- Iralcs thai 11 is not Ihe number of people but Ihe kind of individuals lhat win Ihe bailies of life. MRS. W. C. BRUNER: The en- lire span of the life of David is so much like ours with successes, failures, shortcomings, and triumphs lhal 1 find il my firsl choice. The facts that he composed tho beautiful Psalms, found forgiveness for his sins, and overcame many weaknesses increase ny fondness for hint and lhc •ilory of his life. MISS KATHLEEN BROACH: Joseph and bis coat of many colors have a special appeal to children, and having worked will' Ihe small fry so long makes that my preference. The exciting slory leiuls itself easily lo dramali/a- tion making il easier to under stand the, lesson ot forgiveness. DR. L. T. LAWRENCE: Of course, Ihe mosl oulsiandint lliing in lhc Old Tcslamenl Is the prophecy of Christ's coming, bu 1 thai could hardly be called i "slory." Outstanding in lhal cala ,ory to me is the Genscis accounl of Joseph, for it shows God's con Irol of hislory. MRS. F. M. HORTON: All wo men like a love slory, and no prellicr one can bo found any where .than in the Book of Ruth 11 is my favorite slory in lhc Ok Tcslamenl also because of tlv Judges: E. E. Spears, M. II. Montgomery, Mrs. C. A. Brown, Clerks; Mrs. Guy Loo, Mrs. J Harold Ingram, Guard: J. B Carson. D*Ann Judges: John Burke, J. C. Tim berlake, Monroe Samuels, Clerks Mrs. Roy Burke, Mrs. Richard Arnold, Guard: G. C. Clark. Jaka Jones Judges: Dewey Worthy, Deo nartl Clerks Royal Jones, Morion, Mrs. 11. Stroucl, Sr. Cross T. E. Muness, E. Sullon, Mrs. Guard: A. T. Roads The documents include a series i bccn prescribed, of t'opels-the "Gospel of Truth" I With the beginning of the 1901-62 Hie "Gospel of Philip," lhc Cos- hours of balloling for Ihe prcsi- pel of Thomas." There also are res, had been assured lhat no the sixlh ballot, closure action was immediately contemplated. ;^The U.S. Immigration Service also reported today lhat it has taken no action lo lift passes of Mexicans commuting to jobs at El Paso and Laredo. dency of the organization thai his wife had given birlh lo twins. Even Pardew did nol learn the news for a while, however, as the call for him came lo Municipal Audilorium during fifth ballot vote switches. Convention officials were unable lo nolify him immc- dialely clue lo lhc confusion on lhc floor. The Jaycees elecled Bob Conger, 33, Jackson, Tcnn., lumber dealer, as their new president on .hree versions of Ihe "Apocrypha of John." Wriling on Ihe subjecl in lhc Biblical Archaeologist, Dr.' Floyd V. Filson ot McCormick Theological Seminary noles lhat early Christian writers accused the Gnostics of irregular sexual prac- liccs, and some hinis in the Gospel of Philip document indicate Iheir suspicions may have been well founded. In Philip's Gospel, the holy of Officials several days ago had stated thai on lhc basis of com- plainls from building trades, retail and hotel-restaurant workers they expected to start a drive in uboul Iwo weeks to lift commuting passes of Mexicans. Vs'Thcy indicated, at the lime, similar action might be taken in the future al other points along tho Mexican border and possibly the Canadian border. Weather ARKANSAS - Fair loday with Traskwood Wreck Cause Unknown ST. LOUIS (AP>— A committee; investigating the explosion of Missouri Pacific freight train at] Traskwood, Ark. lasl Dec. 17 says Ihe cause of the blusl may never be known. S. B. Johnson of SI. Louis, chairman of lhc Ammonium Nitrate Committee of Ihe Manufacturing Chemists Association, said the committee — after conducting numerous tests — had no idea what touched off Ihe explosion in a derailed train. The blasl injured aboul 2U pcr- hunling seasons, a hunter's "aggregate daily bag limit" will be equal lo but may nol exceed lhc largest number of birds he can legally lake in any one slate or area in a day. Another amendment is aimed al curbing wanlon waste of migratory game birds through the, killing of less desirable species for •"target practice" with no effort being made lo retrieve or utilize such birds. This change requires a hunter lo make a reasonable effort to re,i, B uu,,,^ UK ,,uii• u. (i migratory game bird holies in Ihe temple ,s called lhe !kjl]cd b / him " am| * ln * ludo such bid in his daily bag limit. Olher amendments include a beautiful relationship shown be he: "bedchamber" and there arc rel- • erences to giving birth'and con ceiving by kissing. Department Store Sales Increase ST. LOUIS (AP) — Department slore sales in Iho Bin Federal Reserve District lasl week were up four per ccnl over (he corresponding week lusl year, Ihe Federal Reserve Bank here announced loday. Louisville showed a Hi per cent increase. The Memphis area was off 4 per cent and Little R</ck showed a one per ccnl decline. For the four-week period ending June 17, Litlle Rock sales were clarification of "tcrmimilion of possession" by hunters; Ihe addition of the use of artificial decoys an manually or mouth-operated bird calls to the lisl of permitted hunting methods; the addition of the. pistol to the list of prohibited hunting methods; lhc exportation Judges: C. F. Gilbert, Wade Gilbert, Bub Ames, Clerks: Frank Gilbert, H. B. Gilbert, Guard: W. C. Thompson. Washington Judges: Herman Worthy, John Vclvin, Clerks: Mrs. Gene Shoemaker, Mrs. H. L. Pincgar, Guard: William Purcell. Me Nab Judges: B. C. Green, Mrs. Philip Knighlon, Mrs. Eddie Knighlon, Clerks: Mrs. -Ed Slone, Mrs. M. Clayton, Guard: H. II. Raley, Ward 1 Judges: W. 0. Bcenc, Floyd Crank, Miles Laha, Clerks: Mrs. Lloyd Kinard, Mrs. Milton Eason, Guard: VV. 0. Becne. Ward VA Judges: Guy E. Basyc, Ray Turner, C. P. Robarts, Clerks: P. M. Simms, Jr., C. M. Guard: D. C. Whatlcy. Ward 2 Judges: Gordon Bayluss, Teddy Jones, Miss Elisc Broach, Clerks: Paul O'Neal, Mrs. Weir Owens, Guard: R. W. Yarbrough. Ward 2-A Judges: Fred Glanlon, Joe B. Horace Samuels, Clerks: Agec. molhcr-in-law. MRS. DORSE Y McRAE: I part icularly like lhc slory of Elisha' failh in Elijah and his aclmirulioi of the older man's character. II held Elijah in sucli high cslcerr thai he Iriccl lo follow in his fool steps 'and thereby lo be bencfite' by Ihe elder wisdom and ex periencc. DR. JOHN McCLANAHAN: Ii all lhc Old Testament my favoril slory is lhal of llosca, lhc ncarc: prose-illation of the concept of Go as later revealed in Jesus Chrisi il is Iho grcalcsl Old Teslamen revelation of God as a God o Love. Navy Didicatcs New Radio Station CUTLER, Maine (AP) — Th Navy dedicated a new radio stu lion loday, lhc most powerful lo frequency station in Ihe work and assigned il lhc call letter "NAA" — which for years wa known lite world over as the idei lily of the Navy's pioneer radi station al Arlington, Va. The dedication speaker wu Rear Aclm. Frank Virclen, dircc lor of naval communications. Aclm. Virclen said it is only fi ting that the new $70 million cilily is al Culler near eae porly armed lumber schooner 18 years ago engaged the Briti raised by Soviet Premier Khrushchev, Coming away from » conference wilh President Kennedy nd lop level officials Friday, Sec- clary of Defense Hubert. S. Me- Samara told newsmen there arc 10 plans nl. this lime lo strength- n Ihe n.OOO-man U.S. garrison in Jerlin or lo increase its firepower. McNamara also said "We luwo HI immediate plans for incrciui- ng the forces in Europe," add- til,': "I don't mean we won't, I stonily mean we don't have any plans it lhc moment for doing so in .he near future." As ;t general statement, McNanara declared, "We are Inking ;i firm, but I hellcvo nol. ahelliK- lircnl alliludc in supporting our position in Berlin and Ihe rights and freedoms of lliC' people living in Western Berlin." Saying "1 do not want lo make jnl'laminalory remarks," the Pentagon chief look form issue wil'li Russian claims lhal. "the Soviet Union's power is in excess of ours." Reporters saw significance in McNamara's use of qualifying terms such a.s "at this lime" and McNamara's use. of qualifying terms .such as "al this limo" and "immcdiulc" in saying there arc no plans lo bolster, U.S. armed mighl in Europe. Answers on the Troubled Berlin Issue y JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP)—The simile meal and polalo question— WHY?—gels losl in the noisy Ensl West wrestle over Berlin. Here ire some of Ihe answers. Since lhc war the West and the soviet Union have discussed uiii- ying Germany. They've never igrccd on how. The Wesl insists )n free elections to set up a single jcrman governmnl. The Russians have never boughl that. The result: two Gcrmimys. The Western powers are allied with Wesl Germany. Hussia is allied wilh Communist East Germany, which the Wesl refuses lo recognize as a Icgilimalc govern mcnt. The reason: il was nol crcalcd Ihrotigh free elections. Bui there are also really two Berlins. Wesl Berlin, with its 2 million people, is linked lo West Germany. The Communists hold East Berlin as the capital of East WestGcrmany. But lhc cily happens lo lie 110 miles inside Easl Germany. Therefore, all people and supplies, bound for Berlin from Ihe West, must pass through or over Communist, tcrrilory. The West insists these supply roulcs musl nol be interfered with. And, except for former So- vicl Premier Stalin's unsuccessful effort lo blockade in 1U4B-4U, lhc Russians have kepi Ihe roulcs open. Hussia has kcpl conlrul of Ihose roulcs out of lhc hands of the Easl Germans even though il recognizes lhc Communist regime Jrc antj in JLondoii re- Allanliq Alliance's convent ioiiiil forces in Europe are likely to be reinforced quielly. The main U.S. defense bulwark in Europe comprises five battle- ready Army divisions, three ot them infantry and Iwo armored. They arc deployed in Wesl Ger« many, close lo the Iron Curtain. Air Force fighters and bombers also are arrayed within sinking distance of the Berlin area. In (he light of talk about possible build-ups in Europe, there also could bo significance in McNamara's disclosure that he "may find it necessary to visit NATO headquarters lo discuss certain NATO questions this summer." Thai trip, he said, "is not firm project at Ihe present lime." McNamara had .scheduled his Continued on Page Four J \_L«1 .3 *-'t><J V ••£-,«-• >•)*-•*-* ll't Ul tl.f-1 . __ . cutler Margarella, and scored the! 111 East Germany as a sovereign ,:...., A • , .-., _r government. To have done other- Mrs. Fred Johnson, Mrs. Anslcy Gilbert, Guard: L. A. Prathcr. Ward 3 A. P. Dcloiiy, H. B. of lawfully taken and possessed jBarr. James Balfh. Clerk: Mrs. birds; and Ihe importation of red- \ Cm ™r Boyell, Mrs. Frank Hor- firsl American naval victory of the Revolutionary War. The new station, which covers a 3,000-acrc site will be able lo communicate with ships and airplanes anywhere in the world, and even with lhc deep diving atomic powered new submarines under Ihe seas. Il is the basic home radio lio for Ihe fleet of Polaris missile submarines. billed pigeons. The bag limits fur l'JBl-62 will be announced late in the summer. ton, Guard: H. B. Burr. Ward 4 Judges: Rev. W. C. Land, Harry Shiver, Mike Seheniker, Clerks: Johnson Peach Festival Starts CLAIiKSVII.LE, Ark. (AP) — Xiveninient. To have done otherwise would have created an awk- Reds Want to Talk With U. S. Alone LONDON (AP>— Wcslorn diplo- . mats said loday lhc Soviet Union has made a bid for direct negotiations wilh lhc United States on the principles of an agreement to halt the East-West arms race. They reporled Ihe United States has advised Britain and other. al« lied powers of (he Soviet mov* for two-sided exchanges on tho political substance of a disurn)a,< mcnt accord. American officials were be resisting the Soviet plan. They insist disarmament is of international concern rather than a matter between two |ia« lions. A.s a rcsull disarmament experts of Ihe Iwo powers, who bc« giin procedural talks in Washington this week, arc bogged down in disagreement The purpose of the Washington discussions bclwecn the U.S. au4 siiid lo ward situation: jSovicl delegales, John J. McCJoy Wltal would the allies tlo if Ihifiiind Valerian Zorin, was lo ar- East Germans, whom they don't recognize, ullcmpled lo loll them What Ihcy could or couldn't send over those supply routes? It could have produced a mess. But the United States, Britain range Hit; composition, procedure and other technical details of a formal intcriuitioiuil conference on disarmament. This meeting was scheduled to begin.in Geneva July 31. Doubts und France keep Iroops in Wesl'have arisen thai Berlin. They're too few lo mean'launched by then, anything militarily. Any all-out Communist attack would roll over them. They're not so much force as a symbol. But there's a main point involved here: the West insists it il will L><; sons and damaged property a mile away. Johnson said hi.s committee's jofl G per ccnl from the same pe- final report probably would be re- riocl lasl year. For Ihe year lo little temperature change. Partly 'leased Ihrougn the Federal Bureau idate, Litlle Rock shows a t per ;0oudy and warmer tomorrow. [of Mines. iccnl clcelinc. Mrs. Magnuson Gets Divorce Mrs. A. Nash, Steve Crain, Guard: iCrowning of n Queen Elbcrta and | has a right of free access to Bcr- ~ ' C. E. Taylor. Spriighill Judges: E .11. Collins, Erby SEATTLE (API - On charges Turner, Arthur G. Kkld. Clerks: tluit her husband was so busy he Airs. Joe Folcy, Mrs. Robert Mar- neglected his family, June MMJJIIU-.tin. Guard: Leonard Boyee. Sard's No. 2 Judges: Sloinan Goodlett, R. Continued on Page Two son was granted a divorce Thursday from U.S. Rep. Don Magnu- D-Wash. a Miss Arkansas Valley will high-jlin for people and supplies and a light the Johnson County Peach I right t okeep troops iu the city. Festival which opened a two-clay; 11 says those rights were agreed run here today. ' to by the Russians alter lhc war.. Finals in hoth beauty contests I But West Berlin has become a will be at 7 p.m. Saturday. 'pain to the Communists, for var- Princess EUierta will be select- foils reasons, ccl tonight fioni an entry list in j This highly prosperous part of Some people think 'eot'ina on- jails ii the secret of health-i-fat* the -1 to (i ci^e range. Continued on Page Two what makes them think it's "

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