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Dr. Linus C, Pauling of the California Institute of T^hnology joined the picket line of Women 'Strike for Pear—. » group protesting the resumption of U.S. nuclear tests, . He was assigned a three-hour ¡stint, from noon to 3 p.m. His wife also joined the picket line. I Dr. and Mrs. rauiing m e among jl7.'( guests, including 49 Nobel aWc. I Yarborough's ».minute talk was P'"“-invited to the While that.Connolly, who resigned his federal post as Secretary of the He said they plan to attend thei [Navy to run for the state’s high- dinner. Pauling won the 1954 No-, .    ^    est office.    Prize for chemistry. Wc^re ra’^mg t money ^ "Liberals and conservatives The picketing had to be con-1 «V,    Adohn Connally has turn- ducted on H St., across Lafayette| ..“n!.    his    back    on the Kennedy ad- Park from the While House, in-, YARBOROl’GH AND SUPPORTERS — Among those backing the campaign of gubernatorial candidate Don Yarborough, second from right, in the Abilene area are, from left, Cecil Lotief of Rotan, .Mrs. Bill Moore of 2250 N. Mockingbird Ln., and Mrs. Buster B. Brown of 2257 N Mockingbird. The Houston attorney spent over an hour in Abilene Saturday in his second campaign visit locally, photo) CAMPAIGN ’FLAT, STONE BROKE* _ Yarbrough 'Guarantees' He'll Be in Demo Runoff Campaigning on a shoestring Afterwards, one of the budget but bristling w ith oplimi.sm confided to a newsman and enthusiasm. Don Yartxirough “we re flat, stone broke." told his area Inxistcrs here Satur-i    off to El Paso d-*v 6 f a whirlw md razzle-dazzle; finish will assure him a place ,n th- Vmt 1 r-ti riin-ff ballot “The campaign has reached the vfnn>ri*naV    to flv to El .a-.* point that. . .1 can guarantee you . “ Saturdav night speaking    n^'n'stration." he declared “1 stead of on the sidewalk in fronC now that I am going to be in the , en^nt    ‘    think Mr. Kennedy is ashamed of ol the V^hite House on Pennsyl- runoff." the litjeral guticrnaton. I candidate derlarcd at a late mination that East-West discus-both problems should and firm hope th^ See TALKS. Pg. 2-A, Col. S By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER nuclear testing so that the new WASHINGTON fAPi—President,of atmospheric tests could Kennedy and British Prime Min-!have been avoided. They also re-ister MacmUlan agreed Saturday I gretted East-West iadure so far that they are ready to consider j to agree on broad disarmament holding East-West summit confer- measures. 'They expressed deter-ences if assured of useful results. ¡But they said conditions a*’e notisions on ¡ripe for summit diplomacy m»w,icontinue British and U.S. informants sa’d; following day-long talks at the . i White Hou.se that the two leaders j j generally agreed there should be-East-West diplomatic contacts at; many levels including, when pro-', iductive, the summit.    | ! They specifically agreed that, .U.S -Soviet discussions on the pos-i isibility of a German settlement icmild be continued. Informanls said this dei*ision was reach^ after Kennedy gave Macmillan a report on coi.versa-tions held here during tnc past two weeks by Secretary of State Before ending his hour-long mcrning reception in the Wind.sor    his''7upportct?’*to*'ki^'"'    ■'•‘""-'•y    .supporters    in    the    stile    eling    within    500    feet    of    the    White' „    .    Ihcir    telephone    rommittees    going this runoff, there    „p    through SENATE CANDIDATES' SCHEDULE Hotel “And if I m in ein l going to be no mun in Tex.,    jp,.    Saturday. -Dienocral or Ifepuhlie m-o ho s v    criticism    in gti.r.«v to beat me ’ His remarks met with a round of applause from the 75 lo 100 fiupporlers wha were treated to; <-'■ rt-roorrtdypc oratory by the Houston trial lawyer. Yarborough arrived at the reception almost ha’f hour behind schtMlule having gotten a late start from lAibhock where he had campaigned Friday r.ight.    j Voice Tired    1 His voice strained from sr.;'kin" stremiously. Var-i borough moved ahout the room asj he spoke, exchanging friendly I barbs with his listeners.    j After tKKKSting his own pros-p<*< ts and assailing .John Connally, ^ o I o r a a o Yarborough put a finishing to his pep talk by app*’aling for funds to buy additional ncw.xpafier a 've’ b.-ine sp,c‘e and to purchase Schixiuled events to be attended by the three candidates lor the District 24 state Senate post, as reported by the candidates themselves, are as follows- TKl'ETT LATIMER Monday—Abilene. Plan to Cut Aid Projects Protested By JACK BELL W.ASHINGTON G\Pi — Senate Dean Rusk with Soviet Ambassa-j leaders said Saturday they will dor Anatoly F. Dobrynin.    i    oppose any move to cut foreign I Kennedy and Macmillan felt aid grants lo punish neutral na-j their summit policy agreement' tions critical of U S. policies and ¡was in line with views expressed ¡nuclear testing. I by Soviet Premier Nikita S.! A proposal by Sen. Kenneth B. jKhru-hchev in a Moscow inter-! Keating, -N Y,, that Congre^ review about 10 days aoe. Khrush-,shape the foreign aid program to chev told American puolislier give the bulk irf aid to "thoso Gardner Cowles that he thought | nations which share ou. view oi advance preparations should be-the world crisis" was rejected by made to give prospect of success-ithe assistant Democratic leader, ful results    from    a    summit conter-: Hubert    H    Humphrey of    Minne- ence.    sota and the Republican    leader, Kennedy and Macmillan were ‘    ^    ^irksen of Hlinois, reported to be thinking of the pos-t ^ Keating told the Senate earlier sibility of more than one summit I5e week that the reaction to conference if conditions were su!t-j^***uctant American resumption ^ able. However, informants    atmospheric    testing would dined to .say that what they nad    "who our friends really (AP) — Woodrow paign at all 1 think it has a.s- m mind was a series of top levelworld. He said those Paso, candidate for    election    without    a run-; meetings, although the report    “parrot Khrushchev’s line loff because I will have liberal opened    that    possibility.    ¡should    be    dealt with accordingly. to talk brieny on a park day night he not tried    J fflct lh3t He liss not ®iif i^an caiH if K«i \ui^rA    Ka    I______________i ___fn^utTsls cTiticizifig U.S, policies him ivania Ave. \ arborough claimed that a flock| Washington police barred pick- NOBEL WINNER PICKETS — Dr. Linus Pauling of Pasadena, Calif., 1954 Nobel prize winner for chemistry, displays a sign Saturday as he walks along Layafette Square near the White House with demonstrators opposing nuclear testing, Pauling is among Nobel winners Invited lo the White House for a dinner Sunday evening. (AP Wirephoto) have deserted the Fort Worth House because of the candidate and now are backing ^ there of British Prime Minister Yarborough’s liberal candidacy. Harold Macmillan The 500-fnot Cliff Hanging    rule is invoked only when a dis- “Connally has been clinging to tinguished fcM-eign visitor is at the the side of a cliff for the past ¡White House. t»t) weeks and he’s having [ Coatless and hatless, Dr. Paul-tmiihle holding on”    |jng carried two different signs. Yarborough also threw in a few One said “no" and included a pic-!spicy comments about Gov. Price ture of an atomic explosion. The ¡Daniri’s regime    |other read: “Mr. Kennedy. Mr ; "Y'ou think we re not in trouble | Macmillan; You have no right to iin Texas' We’re in a real de-itest pression. We’re having a leader- Miniister WON'T FILE RETURN Candidate Says Tax Dispute No Secret HOUSTON Bean of El Pauling dropped out of the pick-congressman-at-large, said Salur-j weak administration." he asserted. I Turning to his own campaign bench with a newsman. “I hope that 1962 will be the    .    « i    »f    h®    were    elected    he    hours    Saturday moriung. They! ^ ipio»p«ts. Yarborough said, last in which tests ol nuclear'"™'"' ”    ¡'¡"i.“’"'"“'5'    ‘”"'":ihad lunch together al the Whitej“^ (“Sompfhing is happtming. 1 know iweapons are carried out.” he!    people    in myiduction into Congress hoppers; House and spent another    be    granted    on ivhat I’m talking about.    ¡said, “and that a year from nowihome county and throughout Tex-|?®® foe outright repeal of the hours in conference Saturday aft- ‘ “We're going to carry every vie shall be able to say that dis-as know it." he said at a press‘law, another an alter-jej.noon. Tuesday - Swt*etwater. R«'^»® metropolitan city in the state ex- .ir time on television acro.s the City. Wednesday—Big Spring. DAVID RATLIFF Monday—Aspermont, Old Glory. Yarborough armament by international agree-jconference here. “It was an »-'^‘®    They    decided    to    continue    their • cept perhaps Midland. . .and I’m ment, with controls and going back there to campaign sf.me more." *T^ want^ Texas to be No. L"!ducting The picketing against theime in El Paso County in spite of '    S8*d, phrasing hi.sit{sg|<( **deser\e great credit for it" inspec-sue in my campaign tor county!^ “" earned (amily mcomc' Sunday, and a joint slale- iludge and I have been elected'«'"'«a'toe -t'd    P™v.de_^_^^ “whether we are the attitude these countries take." “W'e should judge foreign aid on the basis of whetlwr It will pro- PauYinVVàrd'Vhe women con.íx'tímg'Yy the'people who know «.fOO exempljon tor ^    economic    progress    in    th. Slate Tuesday — Jayton. Clairmont, While one of his aides circulated    T^ through the iLcei. .\nytxKiv that nan put    * rnything in the hat. do so — ter.j'y'^*®’ dollars, the dollars, a dollar. a|    ^    sw«.lwaler.    Snyder, dime, nickel or penny.    Y’olorado    C'ltv “Don’t walk out of Ihif room;    c without giving something or you T s a, g v ' ‘i. j campaign slogan. bringing the dangers of nuclear; 'This was Bean’s first statement He proposed that as governor he ¡testing to the attention of the ¡on Internal Revenue Service would immediately Launch a pro-¡American people DALI AS PERKINS won’t sleep tonight," h“ kidded. Wednesday — Abilene. IN ALABAMA Court Rules Vote % System Not Legal gram to create 50 new junior colleges. He said California is grow-j ing at a tr«‘mendous rate because the youth are being educated in ¡junior colleges in their home j towns, thus remaining in their native area:, to make their homes. ■ Citing the fact that some 600 'Texas communities lost population I in the past 10 years, he said the ■institution of junior colleges in many localities would “keep young p<H)ple in specific areas where they were raised." Yarborough said youth are need- ent, and a third a bill to limit the “present totalitarian powers of Internal Revenue agents." Bean said that ever since world and thus serve our national sometime Sunday afternoon. interests " he saii Official word from the momin?» session was that the two leaders 1 Humphrey said ihat, as a mat-1952    ,*^^®'ter of fact, the protests against he had be«« inviting the IRS tOj^^    - _.!? t*esumption of nuclear esting hirf U. S. Tests Termed Safe charges that they had no records of returns from him since 1%2,    #    j ,,    . . Bean SBid hi believ« the    »'    »^"1    >"■    'h™    ...... ¡tax on perxonal income U "«o-idefxl-d W '■'■"/or T*'” iUionx They    over    Yf" imnefiMi«arv .lUflai he couW have a forum from which^*®”’/    re    ativcly small number oi nomically unnecessary, illegal.people could hear him. orobiems. disarmament, summit .....  . take action against them and    Berlin    and    disarm-    ^    muted    than    the    ad- arnen.    ,    .    . ministration had expected. Ev«i In the course of their discus- I have not    pointed    out    that    it I, , prospects and policy, the Euro    ,    «.pgrat«    in- not mean that I owe the government one penny." he ;aid. HONOLULU <AP1-Rep. Craig*    accountants    tell    me    the Hosmer, R Calif, said Salurdayi*overnment owes me >™n-y 'or; the fiixt two ''S atmospheiifi'h- wilhholding Uxes that have tests in the Pacific peifettly and will “cause no    ,    i    .    „1 ed in govermcnt and in business I    !    Revenue^^by    ^E1    1»aM    County    " and immoral” ® felony, to failjP®^® tYmimon Market. Laos, and.be doesn’t think Consreas filed an income tax report does,. , ,---,-----_    ”    ¡nuclear    weapons    testing.    ^    ______ -    .......... to file an income    tax return. ¡nuclear    weapons lei^ing.    jq p    .ish the neutrals ! Percy    Foreman,    noted Houston! These    other    results were    re-    by cutting their    aid funds. He said lawyer,    arranged    the pre^s con-jPnct*^-    there    is    general recognition that ference    here for    Bean, who he 1 Both men    expressed    regret;many    of    them    voice criticiam of described as a “long time; that the Soviet Union had not| both sides in the cold war in their went of! 6«en deducted from every pay ,¡Check as county judge snd paid'"«'''«' connection with Bean. friend " F'orwnan said Nr had no agreed with the Western powers I to an enforceable treaty ban on irffort to maintain a neutral position. He also claimed that Texa.s has bt'en lagging in it. industrial growth, pointing to figures show ing that while 22.000 new jobs were created in the state last ATLANT.A ' ATM—The century-!and minority bloc control, nld vole xysicm ,n.,mdlinB rur-,1 I ndcr thc^workmgs of the    approximately    m.m    new jjobs were iTeated in *North Caro- domination of Georgia i>ohtic.s formula. wa.s thrown out Saturday by a le<i madge wa.. Eugene elei ttxi governor in: lina. Considerable effort would b«* ex- in the world Hosmer stopped in Honolulu en \ Bean said he makes 113, route to Washington after inspe<*t-jy«»Hy as cwnly ^ge and said ing test silt's at Christmas and 1 he does not know ^w much <wt-Johnston islands. He saw Friday's ¡»»de income he had bwause the second detonation from a vantage;IRA had my records from hep-Christmas only a fewitember until a week or 10 days ^ ¡pendtHi during administration i f    There were the 10 •■.Itra.t more industry to Texas, i"xPl"*'"" »"<• iVarborouch said    «"'*    lh"y    b'-"''«' «"»' »' ex i    '    t 1%»««111 #4 arkS    .    k\**i    ** He also proposed repeal of    sunrise eral court,    19-ki although hi.s opfwnent. Janws A thret* judge tribunal granted t anrichael. received the most a lemjMirary    mjunction icstrain {xipular votes, ing use of the cMiunty unit method Atty. Gen Eugene Cook an of vole counting m Dt'miKTatic,nouiieed that the granting of tlie primaries, the only real eleetioii: interlocutory injunction againstjsales tax. .saying that an in the .state since l ivil War days, j use of the unit sS'.'.lem in    gmouiil    of    revenue could be The deci.sion    was unaniinoii... ¡Sept, 12 D«*riioeiatic primary    )Hjfajseil by doubling the slate’s oil The ruling    wa.- the fir.” m at« api^ahxl at onee lo    the    U.S    i print iKt ion al Iowa m« and by meet- federal court    lest of voting rights Supremi* Court    ling the eomp**tition for the tour- since the U.S. Supreme Court held Tlie opinion enioint‘d DemiM rat-hjit doljar. in a case from Tennessee fhal ' ic uaitv officuds from hoidine any    ................ , federal court action could be primary eltHlion under the Neill brought lo challenge legislative Hnrnary .Act whuh was amendtnt apiKirtionnieiU.    only Friday by a .sjM'cial Icgisla iîeorgia’s ctwinty unit system live scMsioa in an effort to meet j was til'd to    apiMjrtionment until'approval of the court    ; yesterday when a 1200dun emer ; Ttie court said the unit methixi point on mile« from the blast “It was a remarkatily beautiful WEATHER ilMWkl WI- N r 01 t (IWWMK s , WKVIHtK HI KCSi    ' 4Wr«ih#r niai) i»«fr VHi AHll.K.NK ^.Ml V'CINn V *radlua ol «; gency se.ssion of the .state l.egis Uuuld not 1« u.’vC'd, either by .Htat-irurnrnK    iW«r sumi«**’Hf«ht*”4nri’ lature levi.Hcd the ciHinty unit law/ule or party rule where the «llo- of 1917. litM'ializing it slightly in ¡cation of units viuiales .standard.s «"4 M<m<i*> logh sui^*> w«, i«** gun rf I    .    da>    niMhi    huih Moikdav. s favor of city voters.    ioi allocation set in the opinion ol The Teiine.sset* ease hardly had!the court time lo dry on the docket Ix'foie Tt« opinion said a county unit the suit was fill'd against the system for use in a party primary Georgia system pictured by its is invidiously discriminatory if backers as a way of halting po- any unit tuts less tnan its stiare Iitical machkine.s at county lines 1 to the iieare«t whole number pro-Gov, Ernest Vandiver called the portiotiaie to po|>uiali'jn, or to the iptH'ial ses.sion of ttie General A.s whole of the vote in a rix'ent par-gembiy in an effort to save a vot- ty gubernatorial primary, 01 to ing method he had pledged to pro the vote for electors of the parly tecl as a bulwark again.st what in the most recent presidenticil i> wi'SKsrt Hr s «m. S5 M .$5 . . AS Friday’*, dawn shirf was in the intermediate-yield range, meaning an explosive force between 20,000 tons and one million tons of 'TNT Hosmer, the first congressman to view the current nuclear serieu, said the tests were proi'eeding so well “they should finished on or before schedule. ’This assumes the weather will remain good looks good m far” Two East Germans Swim to Freedom French Troops Set Major Offensive Against Rebels ORAN, Algeria <AP> — Twelve Oran so far has shown no reac-' French soldiers on furlough -    ..    .u    m#    mnnev    thou.sand French troop« massed tion to the measures. Crowds of mixed with ti« crowd. There wai There were the the g them" he said “I around defiant Oran Saturday for ¡Saturday afterniKm shoppers.no marked hostility between tuem ihmk thi* na* hurt mv cam- ^ progressive “Operation Asphyx-|milled m the streets and jammed xind the European settlers,  _______iialion" to smother the rule of the sidew.dk cafes Cars noisdy But control by armed units of Secret Army Organization.    ,honked the isettleri’ slogan, the the rebel Army of National lab.*r- Authorities ordered four key ¡Hve-beat “Alg-er le Fran-caise"jalion around the city be<*am« thoroughfare- cleared of ears 1 meaning “Algeria Is French” tougher Newsmen traveliaR out starting Sunday to permit rapid * Church bells pealed for a wed “It is a tight switch whether Aug. 5 Departure For Home Slated side Oran were stopped by •BJcd troop deployment, and warned ding, and a crowd haUed a pretty patrols erf Jriosiem ret«l^jil^ that motorists violaUng the park jWonde bride as she stepped uilo ing dccuments and !ing rule may be fired ujion |a black lunousine On one of the cars. Officials said Gen. ' Thv Oran garnxon comman.ter.l'"«'" »"■''‘i,    »    •>'"«'    S'” warned *    played    on    an accordion    the    betw een    l-.uropeais    and    .>io*km European.'»,    quarters    of    ti«    city    lo    prevent i sniping -------, Earlier today, French troop« For Reserve Ti rr r.0Rtx)N, g. , - u C"i    ¿¡niTrí;'-«¡>y'"k    “"8    <x    ^ Krank W .Meyer. Jr. rereived.,, direited at hu tnwps will tx- Gen Joseph Katz, also KatiE no-man »-land fid to Fire Sweeps 14 officeholders call big city election, 53 a .... . .. . «»3 OS ..... , 3 •t) High and p n» t2 and 51 High and low • I atkd 37 Sunset i»B| night low I (W 3 00 3 »0 4 00 5 » . S 00 ... 7:90 t 00 t 00 lU (Ml II te 12 00 (or 24'hnurt Ksl pm 02 m m 90 «1 m 13 76 . 71 {early Saturday    orders    setting ^.|pyreil of inhabitanU Aug 5 as departure date    for    the: Arrival of 2.000 trooiM    today 490th Civil Affairs    Co. from    Ft.jf,.,^ Algeria s interior    raised Gordon, Ga    Katz’ strength to 12.000 men, the Meyers, commander of the    considered    m'cessaiy;    f ||||||v||«|| Ul|l||af Army Itiwerve unit, said no in-ijoi control operations in the fnirt | »AIIHII ilQil IIVIIIvj a ructions have yet been raceivedj^.^y^ which is split into Eun»j*eun defending Kalz* headquaiieri I thwarted a daring Sc» ret Annv ¡attack on the army s m*rve miter kH-ated in the oi*l Frefect'ir« i Building Tbt' troops dispersed tH« Secret Army men with gunfire aa uim* •nding ! 4*1« UtM ypai 7 II; »unriM todax S:34i fun»«t tonight HuronMicr rvamng at t p in Humiditx at • p m 7 !• »7 7f. 43 pw rant. BERLIN «AP) - Two Eastjas to “phase out" time for the;extremist and Moslem iiationalisil ULENS FALUS. N\. «AP)-A they were setting up heavy *e^ Germans swam across a canal loiunit He said such proceiiure or-|xones of influence    |i«rost and brush fire whipped b> ans Went Berlin Saturday night under¡dinariJy take« several days, it; Authorities believe Katz* pian i gusty'»»nds    swe|rf    roio    residential ings Katz    headquaners nas a hail of Communist gunfire, West ¡would lie done back in Abilene at t© progressively c'omb through | outskirts    of    this    city of    l8,t*uo Sal    tM    o    jet    i Berlin police repiM*ted    ithe    49Wh’s    home    statiun.    th«    European    part    of Oran m.iy{urday and destroyed an estimated becret Army aissaui. Both men reaciied the West= Departure tuns for reservists j take a month Beiliii canal banks safety The on ai'tive duty here vary fionj^ “We inhind to asphyxiate this canal forms part trf the Ixuder Aug. I lo Auf 7, Col Meyersicity if we have to.’ cue high of-lietween East Berlin and the West ¡said.    jficial    said    “We    will    move »fnwlv Berlin dihinct ot Neukoelln in thej Tlie 4«Kh has been on duty at to avoid bloodshed whenever pos-U.S, sector.    Gordon    since Oct 27, 1961. tible." 14 homes    Two    kUltngs were reported h«r«. Approximately 2« persons were fa the Algitfi area, lerrorisU IQ) injured    »uihJowi:    had killed al least II Hundreds of others tied their {«rsuni, including eight Moalemi homes and a public school was and three Eufopeaim AnotiMMr 11 opened to ihelter them.    Moalem»    w«r« wound«!. ;