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-MOeiHWIST AKAMIAS TIMB. ..Â·Â«..Â«Â«. Mvmr TiMMby, Jun. 17, 19S2 TIMES fell*. Communists Offer To Give Back 186 American Ships Washington-UPj-A surprise of-* fcr by the Russians 10 give h a c k l i ..... - . . has long demanded, Tempco Floor Furnace -- SUMMER DISCOUNT Garbage Disposal In-Sink-Erator Special at ...... ........ $87.50 Close Coupled Water Closet _ ot low os ............... $26.50 Used 24"x20" Pedestal Lavatory, Complete $45.00. ($110.00 value) New and Used Water Systems Used 2-Comportment Sink _ Used Water Closet Vfoter Heater, AGA Approved, From $41.40 to $114.50 BROODER EQUIPMENT STEEL, COPPER and PLASTIC PIPE and FITTING CLOSET and BATH SEAT FAYETTEVILLE Plumbing Healing Co. JACK ROIERTS, OWNER 310 North West. Phone 730 'lion-dollar World War II Jcnd-Jea.se account, Moscow made the offer yesterday In an unexpected renewal of negotiations which hove dragged on more than five years. The ships are among 670 turned o\er to the Moscow offered to buy the re- m a i n i n g 167 but the United States is insisting that they, too, be returned. Included among these are 87 merchant craft, including tankers and dry-cargo vessels which Russia has been using in international commerce. I n negotiating with the Rus- West fork Soviets by this country during the - ^f' . j . TM ,^ ! sians, the State Department is fol- Yesterday's Stale Departmrnl , o w i th principles which pflinP vu:i! Iho fir;l tn laWi nn . *T , , , , Â· , n -, Â· meeting was the first tn the long-sUinding dispute up last August. It left the two governments as far opart ns Â· ever on other major issues. Officials said, however, the prop'os;il to t u r n hock some of the vessels was at least a war economy. step toward settlement. The United States is expected In accept the proposal, but lo renew a demand for the r e t u r n of o t h e r ! vessels. A f u r t h e r meeting of negotiating || a |! Alia l groups was set for Wednesday. flQllOllfll Settlement Offer Renewed Jn addition, a Russian group guided settlements with Britain and the other allies. These ere that no payment is asked for lend- Icase foods actually expended in Ilie common war efiorl. Payment is asked only for the f a i r value of goods of u.so to the civilian post- Cumberlands Stay With a move to sever its ties with the National Council of Churches of Christ In the U.S.A. The vote, 78 to 19, temporarily settled one of the denomination's most controversial issues. The decision climaxed the five-day meeting of the 122nd General Assembly here .yeste.'day. hcaded by Boris 1. Karavaev, temporarily In charge of the Soviet Embassy, renewed an offer of 300 million dollars for a final overall end-lease settlement. This would be their payment for all other ships, and for machine tools, locomotives and other civilian-type goods still usable at V-J day. The U. 3., which is asking 800 million dollars plus the ships, again rejected the offer. Officials said it was made plain, however, that this figure might be scaled down if Moscow came up with a instructive proposal to bridge the gap. The Russians turned down an American proposal to submit the dispute over the ships lo the International Court. They had rejected earlier a suggestion that the whole p | n : n Â« j f f lend-lcase issue be left to inter- ju^ n u t t o n vs . Farl H u t t o n : national arbitration. This left American o f f i c i a l s cau- M?mphis-(/P)-The Cumberland Presbyterian Church has rejected The Courts Chancery Court Hoyt McDaniel vs. Frances McDaniel: decree of divorce to plaint i f f . J u l i a Armstrong vs. Harold J. Armstrong: decree of divorce lo tiously hopeful that a lend-Ieasc settlement might iitimately be worked out w i t h Moscow, regard - :ess of other cold war disputes. The other major wartime allies lave long since settled up for leftover lend-lease goods, aside from munitions, in accordance with :hcir advance agreements. The ships Moscow says it is now milling to turn back are small naval vessels, mostly torpedo boats ind submarine chasers. Of the nther vessels, whose 10- decree of divorce to plaintiff, mvnrding custody of minor children of the parties to plaintiff. Cape Morris Jesup on Greenland's Arctic coast is the world' northernmost point of land. NEED A NEW ROOF? ASBESTOS SIDING? No Money Down Easy Monthly PÂ«ymÂ»nli DYKE LUMBER CO. Mi Â»t Chirln It's tht greatest car ever built! ThÂ» '52 Ford's size itandt out like its beauty. New Ford quality-built bodies are bigger with more interior comfort. And, bentath Ford's beauty and bigneu there's brvfe ifrenpfh/ For, this only completely new car in iti field hat a longer, Wronger chasm with a sturdier K-bar front*. 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