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if that the would would walk out if Khrushchev tried to Hun it into line the ie General John plans la bolster the observer corps 1l Uh Review Of Injunction is Asked Or boh Mm Monday d for a level will of or ministers attending In view of President stiff note to hint Tuesday Debute The Security despite adjourned Us Middle debate indefinitely to allow time for summit arrangements to Kits Arkady Sobo Cyprus i to discuss plans for arrested bun rif is m an to demand Many Arrested In British Crackdown On Greek the Cli tj diplomats to mm it if one is merit soj hr considerable a I t e n i n Gaulles has been dubious th w dom of a hastily sur mil hint that Refired UAW Men Plan Demonstration During Negotiations when their renud i n Hith had previously told In in a hero were some the Soviet premier would ther in a a meeting wirh n s th iif The plane which did not burn hnd off a short while To earlier f vn n Little sources said Kisen grave under strong sure hold n nie within the The UT Arkansas the 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big i x force for ihe American that he on his io heef up the unarmed 100 observer team in Plan said he believed i as his to art In the H the guidance of ue or the Se Comic should it appear hirn to Vac However he e i had no what sips he to take of of Turkish Cyp He then sonp of Nations former as Alands Sir Leslie on ri if New Lester ek for he of Canada and Carlos Brilh rule and with ol the l understood had civen his support to a plan originally hy This would have ihe round niee to consider the Middle East j question as an entity rather than in separate as it now is before the Youngster Injured Detective Grenades TI Are Being Destroyed Ifl Ulie Uf Traffic Collisions i il is Three accidents total to nlv 417 foi tlK year as compard a vear aLo on this A was today in an eff Up negotiations between the union End General the workers drawn from in he and would slow General building in Talks with the of toe auto in aie March 25 hut l reported on of new Army the major fart n th the that contracts with the of to Yl n vear HUM expired almost two h yi million dollars and Arthur 11 of 1113 minor about would have IH a his on the far as which ci ert were for Jo We plan to remain In teU of tli to the and ItlET room ns Ion th union The officials will talk with said of the MC Karl who was de tile CM inent i plan to leave the room to the t June Lebanese Set Election Week From Thursday Justice dc say what position the intends o take in the thU Cv bv fir rifles The against of wru issued by and and was Hit of the upheld by the circuit court on was n April had until next can h a Monday to of n Rock nl troop nes nir In av in n in top is o Cil C is posted a majority of 07 VOK J s Toby MO Hob ICK representing said f r the petition claimed Lebanon list should have disqualified struck ground pot himself from the bull e I s strici a in a d d i t i o said the request the npo led that a two Ia nul rot or Some Subscribers Will Be Given Narcotics Lower Phone Rates Of precincts counted led by M margin Howard inn Talsa Youngsters Urged To Gef Pets In Parade girls of all ages are to make plans to pets in ihe annual Pet to he held in Clovis on Carnival August 1 Uu will ho oy Recreation wiil bo offered in jhe same as in past yoari ie top prize going pet as the most thai fire loo small to do pros their own traveling may be en of Ed jus the nnd the boy defeated or can heTi 52v earold cd m Buf Wos At Sea SANTA KK he will UPM The announced the Hny while mouse placed In the the of five New vr rone of the Thor Abb rocket health workers 5wpe McAl launched from Cape Canaveral of the Federal and July survived a chief sanitarian of the San Juan possession of opium WHS done to Ihe of the cin Warren damage to the lower costs will mean a and possession of mtr j bumper of other estimated at n year colics chief sanitarian of the San Juan to heart heats received By in o 111 i if IV In telephone urban I vehicles driven bv 1 urea i yearold hml been i I Ol will th A In another ll West iot together About i in will he made Lebanon YOthe Foreign Ministry was done to the left i the the of w legislators Arab from fender nnd of years todav to hold a i CaMe about to the left Subscribers within urho said Cd tin election a week from and ordered him to ear fender of I lie The decision brought hop ihe for driven by for a quirk end to the 12wiekold nh 1 revolt and said be saw no di armed cation ol Soviet inv ol bom 1 he purpose of peaker of Add is a tion that Parliament nnd July to vote a to em battled President He the ifi deputies of the Parliament al one summoning them to the he addressed a Conl to shoot at them Ihe troops our tommy i le and It was the first formal outcry i Mexico for at least the next 4 1050 pickup fourth mile of the present area will have their phom 75 cents a month for one Party So cents month employed for and cents s a service i Those subscribers in second onefourth o r hot and of SJ Lfi si i off ThaTs the forecast for New n Ihe com m is who was ls to n us to administer our own Of Tornado And Wind Damage Will Continue Hot And Drv rested Monday In n raid Vs 10 m Tress and Mary w Dres by Fort Worth and The pattern of weather was injured when a i While Settlement police and state f Uu f v extended from the Plains collapsed on Hoth were cooperate fully with the states Into tho Kast WEATHER K recorded by the ia trail of tornado destruction and Rains continued across flood i Indiana pushing Four twisters hit in west Little Hiver late injuring flood stagt at fit least four two of them In another flood two pir i rains i sons died in a flash flood swamped the Cincinnati Laurel I em pe rat ure families from In the body of Clifford Twisters touched down re i ror ai me t perhaps unless I WO Of 4 Children hour period at 5 case came two months when Wl B a hoy tidd about bo offered a marijuana The announcement TJ S from din Are suffocated when Trapped In the people of will center was DALLAS HUM Four 1b by Amei iand night follow behind rapped in a JamiS Lord Jim lo uphold it but only was recorded clothes closet Tuesday when commander of alJ in this tiny in the past 21 hours at the door handlo fell Two of A able to Ket out of of carrying side in eastern and AS Isolated a He the y Tim Air Force planes Mexico Still alive today were Carolyn SANTA FK The stale his forces here to help and naval planes took and Cloyce board of education Tuesday added to West ut lay ton s 81 was Dead were Debra Sofia and o o d s o n In marijuana in eru i C s in Tuesday to bring the back room of his grocery I I was n degrees damage was j number of dead in Kansas and who said a lnn s peak swooped from violent Missouri floods since July 1 lo undercover was used to One person still was information about Celli bidi Low Uie the first tip on the ilone at anl Irum western Kansas The Missouri Disaster western Kansas The Missouri western Oklahoma and j tee has asked ihe Agriculture hour Intel into lo declare flood as in mated rainfall in a Jii scni a farmer food over the c al The water rej toda but was TRAFFIC DEATHS So Far This Year 182 Year On Dale 225 the 1 follows 7 70 10 a Si 1 00 CLOVIS A few afternoon n in the al otherwise fair i i a u ullay and Not much tern u Ohio In an exclusive interview with me maximum jam Tommy Allen All schools in Union county and 1ie Low tonight an area two miles i reading for the children of anil in of near dam eore Lebanese Sami said fear of an economic collapse m liai forced the new Iraqi nimt to assun trial the West would continue to receive Iraqi oil the Gulf an o u n I i e s as disaster The estimated Mis need in BULLETIN MOSCOW Soviet ugroid tonight to a confer McDade country to list of loci aini homes and several They were rapped while cloudiness west todav and and a Ing tho closet when the door As Uie boiler two miles fiom jdlc fell The closet was to other cloudiness and Moore was winter months may portion otherwise fair Another from a Ohio tornado struck heat lain their own red showers i also and eastern bouses and a bar and injur whole is nct on that Indias i His alure an hour after that Union county board ter shouts most sections mi ins our tied uj liii Solh Arab i he was pulled from thf closet send students from rural a little cooler was buried Irom a sick bed also urts to by High Thursday his home near Moisture In Clovis To Date In Through July To Date in July Record Low In July 1957 Record High in July 1950 47Year Average for July Average Thru July  

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