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Hoge Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, July 24, 1961 SELL FRESH FARM PRODUCTS; FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, POULTRY AND MEATS WANT AD RATES AH Wont Ad§ or« poyobl* In advance but ad will be accspt«d over the telephone and accDmodo- tlon accounts allowed with the UP- derttonding the account I: poyabfc when itatemenf l> rendered. Number Oni ThrM Six On* of Wordi Day Day! Dayi Mo. .65 1.50 2.25 6.50 2.75 8.00 3.20 9.50 3.60 11.00 4.\0 12.50 5.00 .4.00 5.50 15.50 49A - General Construction Up to 19 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 .85 1.00 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.60 1.80 1.80 2.20 2.40 2.70 3.20 3.40 3.70 6.00 17.00 Initials of one or moro letters, flroup of figures as house or telephone numbers count as one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time .... 90c per Inch per day 3 Times .... 75c per inch per day * Times .... 65c per Inch per day STANDING CARD ADS $15.00 per inch per month Rates quoted above are for coo- -"ecutive insertions. Irregular or tklp tote ads will take the one-day rate. All doily classified advertising copy •III be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all advertisements of fered for publication and to reject ony obiectionable advertising lub- ftiltted. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors arc called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 SHELL HOMES $1795 — $3495 or FINISHED HOMES $ 10 Down Please Let Us Furnish You With Estimates HOPE Builders Supply Dial 7-2381 6-22-tf BLUR CHAT for drive-ways, top soil, fill rand, do/ier for yard leveling. Lavender Construction Co. Dial 7-3756. 7-24-Gtc 62 - Barber Service 5 - Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCRECT FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-ffTTl. r M-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE. Oxygen equipped, Two-Way Radio, Burial Association, Herndon - Cornelius Funeral Home, Phone 7-4686. 6-28-tf 29 - Sewing Machines SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and service, repairs on any make machine. Dial 7-6713. n-30-a 34 - Slaughtering Processing RALPH Montgomery' Market, custom slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs. 11-tf CUSTOM Slaughtering, Beef or pork cut and wrapped for your deep freeze. Contact Barry's Grocery, 7-4404. 7-29-tf WE ARE dressing poultry, processing beef and pork, for everyone. Call MOORE BROS. 7-4431. 8-19-tf: 36 - Fresh Fruit Get your tree ripened Alberta peaches at shed on East Third. E. M. McWilliams. 7-21-6tc NEW AND MODERN, Perry's Barber Shop at Perry's Truck Stop, Highway 67 East is now open. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day except Sunday. Delmer Pipkin, barber. 5-26-tf 69-Truck Rental! RENT a new truck for moving furniture, etc. Local or long distance. AU furniture pads, dollies and loading equipment furnished. AVIS Rent-A-Truck, at PERRY'S TRUCK STOP, Hwy. 67 East, Dial 7-9974. 3-2-tf 73 - Wanted To Buy NOTICE Top prices paid for persimmon and gum timber. Contact Saylors, 2 miles north of Hope on Highway 29. 3-9-tf 80 - Male Help Wanted CONTACT MAN Credit organization needs local man to call on Business and Professional men 50 miles radius. If you have sold Specialties, Food Plans. Books. Memorials, or have collecting experience, this is an unusual opportunity for you. Permanent and must" have car. High Commission-Bonus arrangement with advancement opportunity. S125 weekly draw qualified man. Write Box J c.o Hope Star. 7-21-3tp 81 - Female Help Wanted EXPERIENCED Waitresses and night cook. Apply in person to. Mr. or Mrs. Slroucf. Ideal Cafe. 7-24-6lc 82 - Mole or Female Help Wanted MEN-WOMEN $20 daily. Sell luminous nameplatcs. Write to Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. G-30-lmop 97 - Rooms, Furn. FOR RENT: Bedroom with living room and kitchen privileges. close in, reasonable. Call 7-3207. 7-24-3tc 101-Houses for Sole FOR SALE: Fashion Homes. Nothing down. El Dorado model at "Y" South Main and 23rd Streets. Strait Realty. 7-3-1 mop FOR SALE: By owner — Attractive two bedroom home on Park Drive. 90x150 ft. lot. Shrubbery and trees. See or call Ferre] Baker. Business Phone. 7-3610, Residence 7-2213. 7-20-Gtp 102-Real Estate for Sale SUSPENSES A Short Short Storv COUP DE WATER COOLER By RALPH DYLONG Office grapevine said that the old man was fretting about something. Office grapevine is a funny thing. Usually it's based on a hodgepodge of fact, rumor and • 19M * MA. fa* guesswork, but it's remarkably can scc thc handwriting on the accurate sometimes. The old man wall." said the old man. "The . was fretting. He was worried. .l.S II UUIIIL;. MO WtlS Wuil ICCl. V-HHM nmu n«r» Minion. iJt;iUl C lUiifc, There weVc smart boys around he'll drop a stronger hint. Then „ i — !„ t. „ it j _.i ho' II t'hniif fin nil u Vin'tl rlnwinn/1 thc water cooler who could tell UJl! WUiei L'OOiei WHO COlllCl tOII "- " ""«'"•> ""«"jr '"- " ucniunu just by looking at the boss what tnat [ rc(il 'P- Trouble is, business 1.:»,! ,. r — i t _ ; — rni . Incf Vfi'li 1 lunpfi'f li»i f n tVm *rs\ntt kind of mood he was in. They would have laid odds that something big was about to happen. Maybe heads would fall. Maybe a new office was being opened somewhere. Maybe basncs was on the rocks, even though the grapevine from accounting said no. DO YOU WANT TO SELL OR TRADE YOUR PROPERTY? We need farms, ranches, and homes to replace recent sales and for our large list of, customers. Call us today for expert advice and quick results on the sale or trade of your properly. Foster Land & Realty Company Hope's Only Realtor Members of International Traders Club Day Phone PRospect 7-4(591 Night Phones — Vincent W. Foster PRospecl 7-3427 Dorsey McRae . . PRospect 7-2777 J. D. Boswcll . . PRospect 7-2122 7-24-tf 103 - House Trailers WANTED: Boys to deliver Arkansas Gazette. See Bill Holt at Jack's \ewstand. 7-24-6tc 93 - Houses, Unfurnished 46 - Services Offered FOR PASTURE clipping call Larry Moore, 7-3853. Good tractor, new bush hog and want to work. 5-25-tf 21 - Used Cars FOR SALE: 1950 model Ford pickup, rebuilt motor, front end and two new mud grips; good glass and heater; good hunting and fishing rig. $200. Roy Cogle, Prescott, Ark. Phone 887-2103. 7-19-6tp FOR SALE: 5 piece dinette. $15 614 W. 16th. Call 7-2460. 7-24-3tc FOR RENT: Five room 'house on 23rd St. Call 7-4091. 7-24-3tc 94 - Apartments, Furnished FOR RENT: Air conditioned nicely furnished five rooms and bath, adults, no drinking, 801 East Third Street. 6-22-tf FOR RENT: Furnished apartment^ 203 High Street, and five room house on High St. 7-3174. 7-13-tf 36A - Food 36A - Food HOME GROWN Revis Elberta Peaches ^V Red Tomatoes Purple Hull Peas •£• White Crowder Peas Butter Beans <£• Green Com -i- Home Grown CANTALOUPES PLENTY OF RED, RIPE HOPE V/ATERMELONS (Whole or Sliced) REVIS PEACH SHED Hwy. 67 East 2nd Stop Past Overpass Dial 7-4065 7-20-31C 21 - Used Cars 21 - Used Cars USED CAR VALUES 1959 FORD CUSTOM 300 4-door, radio, heater, white tires,, good solid car 1960 FORD FAIRLANE 2-door, radio, heater, 6 clylinder .. . 1960 FORDGALAXIE 2-door, radio, heater, Fordomatic .... 1957 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN Station Wagon, Fordomatic, Radio, Heater, Air conditioned HOPE AUTO CO. 220 W. Second Dial 7-2371 $1150 FOR SALE: 58 Model, 36 foot house trailer, air conditioned, central heat, two bedrooms, full bath, completely furnished. Dial 7-18-tf FOR RENT: Completely furbished three rooms and bath house trailer, 1012 Foster Avenue. Dial 7-2307. 7-19-6tc 104-Lots & Acreage THREE 50x150 lets with water, sewer, and electricity, one block from Paisley School. Perfect for Shell Homes, house trailer parking, etc. Any reasonable offer. 120 Mockingbird Lane. Phone 7-4013. .. The Negro Community •«th«r HloM 7-447I «r 7-4474 Thought For The Day Though those who are betrayed do feel the treason sharply, yet the traitor stands in worse case of woe — Shakespeare. Vacation Bible' School began this morning at Garrett Chapel Baptist Church. Special guests are the young people of New Hope- Baptist Church of Memphis with preaching each night by Rev. C. B. Burgs. Afternoon activities will be held at City Park Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday, a fishing trip is plaraied for Spirit Lake Teachers, are: Kindergarten Norma Neal; primary, Mrs. Marie Williams; Junior, Mrs. L. N. Dismuke: Intermediate, Mrs. W. M. Colston; Miss Vera Williams Supt.; Muriel Moss, secretary and Rev. F. R. Williams is pastor. Every Wednesday night is Park Night at City Park. The program includes: Baseball — City Park Por/ies vs Texarkana's best Pony League: Swimming — City Park vs Springhill. La. .swimming team and Dancing to a live band. Regular park night activities will also be en schedule. Admission 10 and 25 cents. Roscoe Smith, supervisor. A Job Well Done One of the most frequently expressed purpose of anj park of- 51450 fering play activities to young people is that of combating juve- fiyoc rale delinquency by keeping chil- -? I /V3 (] rcn O ff the stree ts during their i leisure hours. j Delinquency is not solely the result of the individual having unused leisure time, although that may be a contributing factor. It b also a deeply complicated mat, ter of the child's home and family j life, religious background, econo- situation and school adjust- SI * They would have laid odds that something was about to happen. Usually the old man got over a grouch in a day, but this wasn't exactly a grouch. Not that he was love and kindness, that was out of character, but there were times he couuld be lived with. This particular mood lasted four days until Marlin was summoned from public relations. Even before Marlin went into thc private office, the grapevine was busy. If it was public relations, it wasn't apt to be a shakeup. Those things are handled quietly. "Yes, sir," said Marlin, standing in front of thc boss. "Sit clown." said the old man. Marlin sat. "There's been a lot of talk- around the office lately," said the old man. "I suppose so. Employees like to gossip." "What kind of talk? What have my people been saying?" "Nothing—or at leat nobody knows anything. You've seemed— uh—preoccupied lately and that you seemed to be nervous. Naturally that led to a lot of speculation." "About my retirement?" demanded the old mon. Marlin stiffened. Why hadn't he thought of that? He could have scooped everybody at the water- cooler if he'd just put two and two together. "No," said Marlin. "Nothing like that has been mentioned. Is it true, sir? Do you plan to retire." The old man's shoulders seemed to sag. "The chairman of the sir," said Marlin. Actually Marlin wasn't glad. Losing the old man would be like losing a toothache. There probably would be another toothache later, even a worse one, but it would be a change. "I don't want to retire, but I chairman has hinted. Before long, . he'll shout, finally he'll demand last year wasn't up to the year before. It wasn't my fault—everything was down last year. But the chairman thinks it's my fault. He's blaming me for the national economy. So I'm on my way out." "That's too bad," said Marlin. He still didn't mean it. "I'm going to need your help, Marlin, I want you to get a line on five or six men who will be considered to replace me. I want them to know that they're being watched, so they'll do their best. I want them to know that regardless of anyhing else, my successor will be selected on his record." "That's a pretty responsible assignment, sir," said Marlin. "You can do it, Good day." Marlin went out. wondering why the chief had picked him for the job. The old man smiled to "imse'f after Marlin left. "So the chairman thinks I can't put business on t°p agai", eh? Well, after Margets back to the watercooler and the grapevine begins operating, everything n this p'ant will be going top speed. Every department head w'M think he's got a chance at my job and we ought to have our best year-'' His grin grew broader as his thoughts ran on: "The chairman of- the board w°n't dare to retire me as long as I'm breaking records-" (THE END) Copyright Wl Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Injuries to Track Stars Not Unusual By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer LONDON (API-Is the grueling schedule of three international meets within eight clays causing Ihe rash of injuries and illness that has struck the United States track team? No, said Coach Jumbo Jim Elliott today. The team physician, Dr. Dan Hanley, agreed, and AAU chief Dan Ferris, who arranged Ihe tour, also pooh-poohed the idea. None of the members of the :eam was complaining, either, as they took off for Warsaw and the final meet with Poland Friday and Saturday. John Uelses, Bobby Avant, Earl Young, Jim' Grelle, D y r o 1 Burleson, Pauul Drayton Jerry S i e b e rt. Ken Floerke, Bill Sharpe, John Fromm and Charlie Frazier all were vu 005. me unairman ot the -..-..... . . «<.,^i „,, board wants me to. But I won't' Urting .'" val 'ying degrees. f3r\ it XT_i i!1 T v . . "Tfr f C It icf (-lf»n f\F f \-\r\ Fin t U t it. Not until I can find a good man to replace me. I want to chose my successor." 'I'm glad to hear that you won't be leaving immediately, just one of those things," said Elliott. "Every once in a while you run into something like this—a whole string of injuries— and you wonder when it is going to end. "These boys are in superb condition. They are a ttheir peak at this time of year. Most of them could run every day and they wouldn't feel it. "That, of course, excludes the long distance runners, who have to have some rest in between their races." Said Hanley: "I'm sure the closeness of the meets has nothing to do with the injuries. I would call it an unfortunate coincidence. "Last Wednesday night, after we defeated West Germany in Stuttgart, I treated 12 members of our 41-man team." , Sprinter Frank Budd, who holds the world 100-yard-dash record of 9.2, said he didn't mind all the meets but didn't expect he could run close to record time in every start. George Young, who set an American record of 8:38 for the 3,000-meter steeple chase against , , ,"",— •-—-....i i/i i Russia, said he usually was tired these wonderful children and evlfor a day or two after a long pecially to the church, school and I race "'""„ police department as well as iho! Elliot's squad has beaten flus- mercnanls of tne city for a job.sia. West Germany and Great W( j! done - j Britain. \Ve re proud of our youth of i 0 -1 The score of the British meet da> and for this reason the police'which ended Saturday, was 13-7. aept. and the City Park leaders • On points it was 122-88. The Amer- arc planning a special night j 0 r ican girls split their 10-cvenl pro- Hie youths entertainment. Kowoe gram with the British, but lost on bmiUi, biijwvibor of Recrealiwi. points 50-50. ment. In addition, other recreational experiences may be so flat or uninteresting that it does nothing to offer a challenge or thrill comparable to a risky, daring delinquent act. We know most children' like to show off, therefore we provide activities for children to sho-v off under desirable conditioas- Thcse same activities provide a wholesome stimulation of the organic system while providin" an opportunilj for release of emo^ tional tension. i( A question asked by many is"How many delinquent Negro children are there in Hope Ar kansas" The answer is. None! There has been no juvenile delinquency in Hope this summer. Recreation Supervisor Ro.scoe Smith stays in clo.sc contact with Police Chief Jack Brown for help and information in curbing juvenile delinquency. Ho says, "hats off" to the homes and parents of Standings Southern Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W- L.Pct.G-B- Cliallanoga BO 45 .571 Birmingham . 61 40 .570 -— Atlanta 57 50 .533 4 Little Rock .. 53 55 .491 8M- Shreveport ..51 54 .480 f) Macon 48 55 .4(5(5 11 Mobile 4(5 57 .447 13 Nashville .... 46 GO .434 14'i Today's Games Atlanta at Chalanooga Birmingham at Shreveport Little Rock at Macon , Nashville at Mobile- Sunday's Results Chattanooga 10, Macon 4 Little Rock 10, Atlanta 2 Mobile 13, Shreveport 4 Nashville 7, Birmingham 1 Monday Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W- L...Pct..G-B. Detroit 02 34 .046 — New York ..... 00 33 .645 V6 Cleveland 53 45 .541 10 Baltimore 51 45 .531 11 Chicago 50 47 .515 12'/2 Boston 45 53 .459 18 Washington ... 42 53 .442 19V4 Los Angeles ... 42 54 .438 20 Minnesota 40 55 .421 21 Vi Kansas City ... 34 GO .302 27 Monday Game Detroit at Los Angeles (N) Only game scheduled Sunday Results Boston 5, New York 4 Chicago 5. Baltimore 2 Minnesota 10. Cleveland 0 Detroit 0-17, Kansas City 4-14 Dertoit 6-17, Kansas City 4-14 Saturday Results New York II, Boston 9 Chicago 7-11, Baltimore 4-4 Cleveland 4, Minnesota 0 Los Angeles 7, Washington C Dertoit at Kansas City, postponed, rain Tuesday Games Chicago at New York (2) (twi- night) Boston at Baltimore (N) Washington at Minnesota (N> Cleveland at Kansas City (N) Detroit at Los Angeles (N) National Ltague W.. L. -Pet- G.B- Cincinnati 58 37 .611 — Los Angeles ... 50 38 .50G 1% San Francisco . 49 44 .527 8 Milwaukee .... 47 43 .522 8'/ 2 Pittsburgh .... 44 43 .506 10 St. Louis 44 48 .478 12'/2 Chicago 39 53 .424 17M- Philadelphia .. 29 GO .320 20 M°nday Game Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) Only game scheduled Sunday Results Cincinnati G-ll, San Francisco 5-2 Milwaukee 11-5, Pittsburgh 7-4 Chicago 11, Philadelphia 5 Los Angeles 2. St. Louis 1 Sa r urday Resul's Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 6, Chicago 5 San Francisco 8, Cincinnati 3 Los Angeles 5, St.' Louis 4 (11 innings) Tuesday Games St. Louis at Chicago Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N) San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N) Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) — Clemonte, Pittsburgh, .358; Robinson, Cincinnati, 340. Runs — Mays, San Francisco 85; Robinson, Cincinnati, 79. Runs batted in — Cepeda San Francisco, 85; Robinson, Cincinnati, 84. Hits — Clemente, Pittsburgh, 123; Pinson Cincinnati, 121. Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati and Mays, San Francisco, 24; Aaron, Milwaukee, 23. Triples — Altman Chicago, 9; Clemente Pittsbirgh and White, St. Louis, 8. Home runs—Robinson, Cincinnati and Mays, San Francisco, 28; Cepeda, San Francisco, 27. Stolen bases — Aaron Milwaukee, 16; Robinson, Cincinnati, 15. Pitchig (based on 7 or more decisions)—Poclres, Los Angeles, 12-2, .857; Jay, Cincinnati, 13-5 .722. Strikeouts — Koufax Los Angeles, 157; Williams, Los Angeles, 129. American League Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) — Cash, Detroit, .366; Howard, New York, .358. Runs—Mantle, New York 87; Colavito Detroit and Maris, New York, 81. Runs batted in—Cash, Detroit, 91; Gentile, Baltimore, 90. Hits — B. Robinson Baltimore, 120; Cash Detroit, 116. Doubles—Kubek, New York, 30; Kaline, Detroit, 25. Triples — Wood Detroit. 8; Landis, Chicago, 7. Home runs—Mantle, New York, 37; Maris, New York 36. Stolen bases — Aparicio Chicago, 33; Howser, Kansas City, 26. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Latman, Cleveland, 9-1, .900; Ford, New York, 17-2 .895. Strikeouts — Ford New York, 136; Pascuul, Minnesota, 130. dtHTANCESTORS 'Frankfurt's a great little town. It's a shame we don't have some gimmick to publicize it!" French Uneasy Continued from Page One line Tunis Air, which has an average of two flights daily. French citizens in Tunisia were ordered to get special authorization before leaving the country. French assets in Tunisian banks were blocked. The banks already had been ordered to change no French money. Tension remained high with French tanks and paratroopers standing watch through battle- scarred Bizerte and weary, watchful Tunisian forces holding out in the native Casbah. The Tunisian News Agency reported a total of 670 dead had been counted in Bizerte and put the wounded at 1,500. The Tunis press charged new "provocations" and violations of the truce by the French. Those reports said French planes had flown over the towns of Kas- sernie in the north and El Kef, near the Algerian frontier. Complying with a cease-fire call by the United Nations Security Council, both sides stopped the hard fighting that erupted last week after the Tunisians besieged the base and sent a flag- planting expedition into the French-held Sahara Desert. The Security Council resolution also called on both nations to pull back to their prebattle positions, but French government sources said France would not comply until the Tunisian government guaranteed her free communication to and between the various Installations of the Bizerte base. The French sources in Paris said Vice Adm. Maurice Amman, ommander of the Bizerle base, and Tunisian officials should first negotiate a return to normal conditions, including an end to the blockade the Tunisians 'imposed a week ago. Then, they said, the political problem of Bizerle's future should be settled on a government level between France and Tunisia. There was no exact information on the column of "volunteers" Tunisian President Habib Bour- guiba dispatched last week to plant the Tunisian flag at Sahara marker 233, 45 miles southwest of the French-defined Tunisian frontier in an area claimed by Tunisia. The semi-official Tunisian Nesvs Agency said the French commander in the area had issued a 10-minute ultimatum for the Tunisians to withdraw or face attack, but apparently no attack took place. Hammarskjold headed for Tunis in response to an appeal from Bourguiba for a personal conference. Hammarskjold left New York Sunday by plane, and Weather Continued from Page One low to mid 70s central, southeast and southwest; upper fiOs to low 70s northeast, mid fiO.s to low 70s northwest. ARKANSAS: Partly cloudy, warm and humid this afternoon, tonight and Tuesday. Isolated aft- ernon thundershovvers. High today upper 80s to mid 90s. Low tonight mid 60s to mid 70s. High Tuesday mid 80s to mid 90s. LOUISIANA: Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday with scattered mostly aftornon thundershowers. High today 80 to 92. Low tonight 70 to 70. 6-4, and 17-14, and took over league lead in hitting (.366) and RBI (91). Pitching — Pedro Ramos, Minnesota, blanked Cleveland 10-0 with six hits and handed Barry Latman (9-1) first defeat. Major L««gu» By THE ASSOCIATED Hitting-rNorm Cash, Tigers, got six hits in eight at bats, drove in eight runs in team's doubleheader sweep over Kansas City, Minor L*agu« Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Scores American Association Louisville 8, Houston 6 Denver 9-5, Dallas-Fort Worth 7-4 Indianapolis 5, Omaha 4 International League Toronto 1-3, Syracuse 0-0 Charleston 2-1, Jersey City 1-7 Buffalo 8-3, Rochester 7-2 (1st game 10 innings) Columbus 4, Richmond 2 Pacific Coast League Tacoma 1-5, San Diego 5-4 Vancouver 9, Seattle 7 Hawaii 4-1, Salt Lake 1-5 Spokane 6-3, Portland 2-1 Saturday Scores American Association Indianapolis 7, Omaha 5 Louisville 6, Houston 4 Dallas-Fort Worth 5, Denver 3 International League '•• Richmond 7-3; Montreal 0-4 (2nd game 13 innings) Jersey City 5, Charleston 4 (11 innings) Rochester 7, Buffalo 2 Toronto 9, Syracuse 2 Pacific Co**t League Portland 12-5, Spokane 5-8 Tacoma 7, San Diego 0 Vancouver 3, Seattle 1 Salt Lake 5, Hawaii 3 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 91 73 Albuquerque, clear 90 G8 Atlanta, cloudy 87 (ii! .. Bismarck, clear 83 54 Boston, cloudy 88 72 Buffalo, cloudy !',9 f,9 .. Chicago, cloudy Rl 09 T Cleveland, rain HI (18 .13 Denver, clear 93 57 "A Dos Moines, clear 81 02 Detroit, rain HO 09 .43 Fairbanks, cloudy fi(5 54 Fort Worth, clear 91 75 .. Helena, clear 92 58 Honolulu, cloudy 80 73 .01 Indianapolis, cloudy 8(i G9 .21. Juneau, clear 71 45 Kansas City, clear 83 67 1.00 Los Angeles, cloudy (12 GO .. Louisville, cloudy 9) 73 .'*_ Memphis, cloudy 92 73 .93 Miami, clear 87 80 .. Milwaukee, clear !iO 63 .49 Mpls., St. Paul, cloudy 70 5R .OG New Orleans, cloudy (!(! 72 New York, clear 93 78 .. Oklahoma City, clear 88 72 Philadelphia, cloudy 92 73 .. Phoenix, clear 99 80 Portland, Me., cloudy 84 02 .. Portland, Ore., cloudy 75 55 ,, Rapid City clear 89 GI r. Richmond, clear 97 73 St. Louis, cloudy 83 70 Salt Lake City, cloudy 100 73 .. San Diego, cloudy 75 GG San Francisco, cloudy G2 53 Seattle, cloudy Gi) 53 Tampa, clear 93 7G .03 Washington, cloudy 93 78 .. (T-Trace) stopped in Zurich to pick Pif Spinelli, director of thc U.N. European office. Negotiations for a permanent cease-fire were held up by an argument involving a question of face. Adm. Amman talked by telephone with Tunisian Deputy Gov. Hedi Mokaddem, but they immediately disagreed over a site for their negotiations. Mokaddem insisted that Amman come to his offices, whfc Amman suggested they be held in a neutral civilian building. The Tunisians turned this down. Bourguiba, addressing mourners at funeral services for victims of the fighting, said diplomatic negotiations were under way outside the United Nations. He hinted he expected the United States and Britain to help Tunisia in the crisis. /. Woodmen of the World "The Family Fraternity" W.O.W. 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