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'(wfl M 0 :i 1 A R , H 0 P. t , ARKANSAS VY><iiifi!sday, June iS, Wants Red China Out Completely By ERNEST B. VACCARO WASHINGTON (AP> - Son Everett M. Dirksen. R-I11., raised a Republican threat today to fry to attach an anti-Red China resolution to President Kennedy's foreign aid bill. Dirksen, Senate Republican leader, said the State Department is against action now by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on a resolution opposing diploma- tic recognition for Red China and its admission lo Ilio United tin lions. Unless such a resolution can be passed separately. Dirksen told reporters, it will be offered as an amendment to the $4.fM>illion foreign aid bill when that measure reaches the Senate floor. | Dirksen said Red China and the [critical Berlin issue will be dis- ; cussed by Republican Senate and | House leaders at a news confer- |cnce this afternoon following a JGOP leadership meeting. ! "It's my judgment the country i is ahead of the President and Con- •gress on Berlin." Dirksen dc- iclared. ' The country believes the itime has come for an absolutely SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY SUMMER SALE STARTS TODAY - This Week Only DISCOUNTS UD to $50 ON SLANT-0-MATIC MACHINES As Low As — 39.50 VACUUM CLEANERS In Addition To This, We Have The All New Style-0-Motic Sewing Machine at the Unheard Price of $149.50 Call LM.RITTER SINGER REPRESENTATIVE PHONE 7-6713 LAYAWAY NOW .. . FOR FALL! Our very urban •."suburban" coat 'fur-rifle! Cut to a length that , makes a walking suit of skirts ,., a topper over slacks. THE RACCOON* RUN- AROUtfD Toast-warm Rosella Fleece. .. buttoned on the double. Camel, red, kelly green or black. Sizes 6-16 *FurOrigin'\ United States SUSPENSES A Short Short Storv FAREWELL, PAIR SALLY GALAN By ESTER ARNO Oldest Soap Ope^a Goes Off Air "Sally Gallant/" one of ra-. d i°'s oldest soap opera 5 , was broadcast for the last time today. Millions of American housewives followed the daily adventures of the brave young widow for 25 years. —Story on Radio-TV Pag* A nesv bottle at hand, a fresh pack of cigareltees opened, Mrs. Maude Mulch blew her nose vigorously and settled down to write the most important letter of her life: "Believe me, Sally, writing this iCtter is the most important, thjflg I've ever done." Mrs. Mu|ch Doured herself a drink and con-, .inued. "I was one of your first isteners. As a matter of fact, 1 lear'd your first show and I have jeen a faithful listener, through :hick and thin. "When the program first started and you had just been mar- ied to, Tom Gallant, that was when Joe was courting me. I remember many's the night after Joe kissed me gooclby after we had had a fight that I asked myself, 'Would Sally have done it ike that?' "Anyway, after your poof bus- jand, Tom Gallant, died, 1 suf- 'ered with you every day after you had decided to go to Metropo- is City and become a model. Joe and I had been married for about a year and that was when he left me. Joe- was not like Tom Galant. "Remember 'when ydu almost married that artist, Pablo Pas- terro? I was afraid you would weaken, Sally, but you were strong and \vithstood him. I sure wish' I had been strong, too. I knew better than to marry Harry. He was reaily after my in- icritance, the money that my dear, departed mother left me just like Pablo was after your money. Only your inheritance came from your dear, departed husband, Tom Gallant. "Then there was that time you had amnesia. Golly, did I ever worry about you, Sally, wandering around and hot even knowing your own name! That was when I had a terrific fight with , Harry-and I had been divorced ari'd Jim "seemed' like such a liable type. I sure found out he wasn't that one night that he said you were a nut. Believe me, I flared up at that. And when he said that if you weren't a nut, you'd be happy not knowing who you were. That's when I hit him with the little lamp that used to stand on my boudoir table. "I listened to you every day in the hospital. I was there for six weeks. As I said, after Jim said you were a nut and I hil him with the boudoir lamp, he really went crazy. The doctors said I was lucky. Jim went to the county jail where he belonged all the time. I tried to get him to give me separation mony or alimony but. he just laughed in my lawyer's face and said he was better off at the county jail than with me, .which will give you an By VERNON BUTLER As s ociAted Press Sports Wrietr — — from f*9£Je Onfc eignty over Kuwait. The statc- conti'olled radio referred to Ihn Connecticut-sized sheikdom as ' Iraq's southern district of Kuwait." Diplomatic sources in Cairo If it's true as a !ot of baseball i said the Arab League may call people say that champions always I an emergency meeting by (fie win the close games, the Little |{^ ckem1 ' Sol "' ces '" Beirut said Hock Travelers might just as Well' reconcile themselves to also-ran status in the 1961 Southern Asso- :iation pennant race. The Trays played their 26th one-rim decision last night, lost pt'oclaimed a state of emergency ~ ' and put his small army on a state of alert. Informed sources said "He was after your money." idea of what a low character he was all the time. "The one part of the show that really had me worried was when they had you up for ' forgery, Sally. Of course, having listened to the days when you weren't on the show, 1 knew that you were innocent, but what worried 'me was that the judge and the jury hadn't heard that part ,of the program and I thought for sure hey were going to send you up. Vfaxwell used to listen along with me during that time. You see, I ;ot the divorce from Jim and Haxwell and I met on a.bus and we got married and then he was sick at the time. Well, not exact- y sick, but he was in bed a lot of ; the time. ; •'. "And now, to think it's all over, Sally. After 25 years. Be- ieve me, we have both suffered. True, you never married again after poor Tom Gallant died, but maybe it was just as well. I am not married now, either, Sally, and I hope to stay that way and, ike you said on your last pro- jram, 'bravely face the future.' "Please find time to answer me, Sally, and maybe we can DCcome like they say 'pen pals." We 'have so much in common." "Your faithful friend, Maude Mulch" (THE END) firm stand: "The people believe the time has come to stop Khrushchev from kicking us around and permitting this erosion of the free world inch by inch." Other Republicans have voicet concern that the United States might consider a policy change under which it would accept Rec China's admission to the Unitec Nations if Nationalist China's seat can be held in that body. Travelers Can't Win Close Ones Arabs Line Up might speed up approval of Kuwait's application for membership, filed after it at. tained independence last week from Britain. In Kuwait Sheik Sir Abdullah Weather Continued from Page One Albany, cloudy 79 52 Albuquerque, clear 95 65 Atlanta, cloudy 78 64 1.07 Boston, clear 71 60 .01 Buffalo, cloudy 76 55 Chicago, cleat- 89 66 Cleveland, clear 77 55 Denver, clear 94 56 Des Moines, clear 85 68 .01 Detroit, clear 81 65 Fairbanks, clear 67 47 Fort Worth, clear 88 72 Helena, clear 87 56 .03 Honolulu, cloudy 85 73 T Indianapolis, clear 81 M Juneau, clear 63 41 Kansas City, cloudy 86 71 1.02 Los Angeles, clear 81 62 Louisville, clear 81 53 Memphis, cloudy 87 68 Miami, cloudy 88 79 ! Milwaukee, clear 89 65 Mpls.-St. Paul, clear 92 73 New Orleans, clear 83 65 New York, cloudy 77 64 .03 Oklahoma City, clear 89 68 Omaha, clear 87 68 Philadelphia, clear 66 M Phoenix, clear 108 77 Pittsburgh, clear 77 49 Portland, Me., clear 75 62 Portland, Ore., cloudy 70 55 Rapid City clear 100 67 Richmond, cloudy 69 M St. Louis, cloudy 84 68 Salt Lake City, clear 98 65 San Diego, cloudy 74 63 it 2-J to tlie Mobile Bears and ruefully contemplated an 11-15 record for their closc-to-the-vest dealings. To make matters more hectic for Manager Fred Hatfield, the Travelers have played seven consecutive one-run decisions, and they have dropped four of these, three to the pesky, rejuvenated! Mobile outfit. Elsewhere in the Southern, Birmingham restored its league lead over Chnttanooga to a full game by whitewashing the Shreveport Sports G-0 behind Alan Koch. Chattanooga blanked Atlanta 2-0 in the first game of their doubleheader, but the Crackers escaped with a split by topping the Lookouts 3-1 in a second game shortened to seven innings by a heavy rainfall. , Macon shaded Nashville 5-4 in 10 innings on a pinch-hit double by George Holder. Mobile, remained in the cellar today, but the Bears were only two games out of fourth place after their 10th victory in the last 12 games. A homer by Lou holdener and a second run, tallied by Bobby Case while Little Rock was executing a doubleplay, gave right- hander Gene Lary sufficient runs for his sixth victory for Mobile. The veteran right-hander has lost eight games. Bob Thorpe's double in the fourth inning plated Don Saner with the lone Little Rock run. A homer by Don Lumley and John Sullivan's two-run double vere big blows for Birmingham s the Barons backed Koch's four- it pitching with two nm- roducing innings that netted the ormer Auburn ace his eighth ictory in 12 decisions. John Boozer improved his sea- on chart lo 8-4 by hurling his econd shutout for Chattanooga ver Atlanta. Boozer faced only 3 Crackers. Atlanta rallied for three runs n the fifth inning of the nightcap o inflict a fifth setback on lefty \1 Neiger, who was seeking his evcnth Chattanooga victory. A lases-loaded single by Don Lefohn and a single by Jim Wiliams produced the three Cracker allies. Holder's pinch-hit for Macon ;ame on the first pitch offered >y Nashville reliever Bruce Swan- jo. It scored Bill Gabler, who had >pened the 10th with a single. Shoik Abdullah Mubarak, the deputy ruler and heir apparent, had Cut short a Visit to Lebanon tihd returned home. Kuwait's 2,400-man garrison is bolstered by British troops whose withdrawal after Kuwait gained independence last week was canceled following Iraq's move. Four jBrilish frigates lie in the Persian I Gulf. So far the border between Kuwait and Iraq was reported quiet, i Travelers said road and rail transport between the two neighbors continued to operate. Britain announced it would honor its pledge of military support if requested by its former protectorate. The U.S. State Department also announced U.S. recognition of Kuwait as a sovereign state. Bar Group Study ' LtftLfi nOGK ifP) •*• The Arkansas ' fear Association has named a committee of six lawyers i to study court problems in the 'state and suggest solutions to jtherii. the survey will include alt 'administrative agencies from jwhich there are appeals to the courts. John Fogelman of West Memphis is chairman of the committee. Clubs Taxable LITTLE ROCK CAP) - The attorney general's office ruled Monday that veterans clubs are subject to taxation unless they are used exclusively for charity or public purposes. The opinion went to Drew County Tax Assessor Frank' Rivere. E.O.M. Sport Shirt Specials REG. 4.00 IROADCLOTH AND KNIT SHIRTS 2 lor 6JO ly Kolesport and Dunhill WASH 'N WEAR Eo. 3.69 BLANKET SALE $0c Holds Layawoy Reg. 13.90 ELECTRIC BLANKET 8.98 SPECIAL Wed - Thgrs - Fri - Sot DOUBLE BED SHEET • 110 €*<*•» 3 00 L * $i«t H.iOi n REG. 2.00 IROADCLOTH AND KNIT SHIRTS Cool fet Hi* 4th 1,59 Co, Or 2=3 00 REG. 3.00 IROADCLOTH AND KNIT SHIRTS •MMtiful P«tt«rni • SISM S-M.L-XL 169 Eo. Or 2:5 00 HOM, AMANMS Education Bill Continued from Page One m the votes of the five Republi- 'ans on his committee and fellow Democrat William Colmer of Mis- lissippi to defeat any administra- ion bill calling for large expen- litures. Rayburn's victory added .two more nominal administration supporters to the committee, making an eight-man majority. But two aiholics among the eight, Reps. James J. Delaney of New York and Thomas P. O'Neil Jr. of Massachusetts, joined Smith in holding up the school bill. Their aim was to assure that aid for parochial schools was addefl to he defense education measure. Tuesday the House Education and Labor Committee did just .hat, authorizing long-term loans 'or parochial schools for nonre- Hgious purposes. The bill now joes to the Rules Committee and as of the moment that appears to je the end of the line for both it and the public school bill. For Delaney has made it clear ic will not vote to send the public school bill to the floor unti the Rules Committee approves he defense education extension bill with its church school side, San Francisco, cloudy 59 53 . Seattle, cloudy 71 52 Tampa, clear 84 73 .0 Washington, cloudy 73 GO . (M-Missing; T-Trace) HAROLD HINORIX PUlPWOjPD MAIM •uy«ri «f Pin* and H«M M* t La, 7-4311 M Hwy. 47 M-7D1I SPRAYERS Row Crop ond Patturt Sproytrt Now It the Timt to luy PORTER Ask for « D*nM«»tr*tiM THANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSE TO E. W. COPELAND HARDWARE CO. 2ND AND ELM ST., HOPE. ARK. 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