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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
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warning today that countries which appfe mm. .,
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4 ri RAte e.- paIfmta S-w lsch l k*ing e had An C Aspokesman said al- he believed the ho roUte of e fo
a of m 11E.2 vatele habang is an sa se most 25 per cat of the.force at likely air attel t ae Canal I
a ent ted the secr t project beln put up froi a potential enmy now lies that la i
Snem ~bS l the oad ba them al t ad byr Ru n t ft eaand L across the continental iHe eit rnded
SS about o20 per c.nt o that t United States. nego otheoo
The dlarlCint the rfres o Cotuction Cmpny's early in his press conference to put aU emt
S-t h-aW Woject had returned. newsmen lled Harrison with when he rented the
gmb dcoo r sen ents to.ilt-the inItTh e -walkbut Is the second to questions about Communima tent.
*ndwasdor i" ^1f tra li ?ro0PS 0111, ro.i tent.
of ANYbatl y fr International I laif a awU plaague Oak Ridge operations in
Commmsl thewomeoldIn r aid in t than to weeks It follows "The Communists are seeking The man who recent teak
Sth cabl. on.the heels of the first strike world dominaton." he said. "And over the the dre of
of tIOdfctlon workers In &AAabeous I mn the Soviet Comnunats." States mitary acti S
featiton* plants in the nations le added that the Commu- latlonhips hin neofthe
q ..t'er- fi sI ________ nists in anv country are not overseas command
e entNow fthat ie Aens gaov- i h etod Italy .after O1DENBURGO Germany, July J ut revlutlomarles who are press that he and is
B ernmenthas fan "i t I nat- Dn to lSeSardles fof what 1I (UP) Britain'G Prince ss seeking domestic changes with- are having "onBe of P
u oral" that their be a greater D othe wereauthortes Margare3 arrived here in 'gray I i eIn their own lands but are a test suninme e
nral" that ther be a greater DeU. U, ,rUo
wa number of asylum pO. rof the f3 were au5try rl s .sl. board V.a hiking airlimr subject to a foreign ruler-the have snt Se
one o ter Dla he e ba weather vent- S oviet Government. thtt T
t Iansea o"i..Ml rtEw die f )'5ter. ed travel by hieleopter for the --W: W I plae mof" u.' ut for'
PA au W11 cday in erovevdthe less severe second Vday.A "That is a difference that 1. ry peraoaei,
I c on h-Itlan aid sd.- VINNA uly 13 (UP) The ver mott," he underlined,
Se eoth called ilUchirds a- The ,rincess, on a tour of Brit. Danube ve flood crest moved add that f Communists were
Mr to thezth e, i6use L fbIllatios in Germany, w on Vienna. at is speed of nearly mey seeking chants within
3 ob ed to a sculed to ato three miles an hour today, car- Iheir o u e wold
SaS Jiar .F.station here by helicopter trying drowned livestock. rooftops no t" be so danI l
.*hlch provided that frpm.-Coedt Hpuse but implement and wcke bridge from Wet What kes them dangerous
SThe Panam anian Ambasador cht continue te. get wealber ruled out the smaller oGe y and Austria with it. sthat ey take their orders
Vie PumannAmbassdorGr0e c a Al
in Guatemala wasi ted to- aid If at11fled a-eatisfactory p1wo. Te creIt was expected to w. T
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It ternai sa tura ce Itead. oe boarded Viking however "catastrophe w cIn every country there are od TI
aaisderous* ctnu-r Gs toiton eDC.at lh KinpgFlight anad UrVieddpected.ling TI,.Tulda,
Sd a here t t11:r hedule-for a Authoritle a I d the worst which make n ery diffiultUe

if head ed b ethisJetfiher station. floods In C e nt r a Iurope in for a secto ro seatero -And go y wreistld lsas e
COL.- Carlos 6isfo. rmaa. .The prifs spent the night at many years have taken a toll of 'neviel Harrison untMryed, and whistled lnatl
Sr Costedt Hoe, some 70 m i I s at leat 37 lives In Germany and n every country ter areo ident Geerln tte I msi


,pere-hreTdt'.cle..eeo Autilfa sao ole he reeak ds andlafedi tem fia
sarSi@ oU~ meless and cay tfhe poor people are sometmes treohs ake.
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th bydut them so d h e ew xenue prom ptly b re y v m osut ot f wew orken hen old re ile ar u te flet ).S.A-,
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new ntr oer w at n o t look e fo sata tohort anda n dustry Borand te e rm ly ll-a ll of otLs IteH ee isth e at s a afro
howt covwth mn y op tout h s or 21 ar cosrud the ostru st re op t e l:8. ascfee mopt tn *ate oful u
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ri fif nscsathe h n r oue a r a pos e suie e of the US h. t aon of man r tandd e it, a ca s h e e pe inofomve atricks bifyaro g ree fe. e a
r -me e w and t ttelfavtoeatt ycou cbpbitries They be bettaee with I U maital so u r u e it too c tonen b h peo he e o o a o m ad poe r ino her og
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inioce Sredoiss. Theiom ens'i aov ittgee justaaniufw to ponds n fnetsstaee paldan ate eds gort n th a rit d andmeined i wto pex. o s erw s ob b ract er o wus r the at l





t an ef eop r the CanalZone:h ei oa to ar e e n ern e b slen t nlea t s u, a o a ad n
tf horW Onetemksgldg be oite o ash on eturnael e to rthe UeMi na Th tn ath y ptes y s --. a s
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o tocoworerseou mob, iza ao ei we' re not l then an Ga ala nU bd ea
wa s to take th w reo m o wro r e r ro tia aalo taof l d o It rr s U igi no s e s







so etet sn gte ron h urtai from p- t oi- .isgraieful se Rb e . a s o e a I h a i e B wdb at er n at "
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.h l eds crafts om e ave fami lel to s t an ares er ind p elast wee nd tha e b en imirT tod a vrevlt et' t ro ,s
duright citize rn t an d o f eelo a s e- d grade hemse lvesto-t as muwch i so ut efir m ha lu le, e rim e. owas li mb ay s a nave w orka







t le e b the i rthioue ne w men who th y atre "brpeaks d onyIene ostaegets thoe fa e enlr l r a u l b I I Tl e e .. S mw ter ae
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owthat no the are re iev to fwtsandt a ft iea t h eing 1e the po es onpatieis oa. the f S r ol ud than ge wop t tar med hie te drog leo S.m pepaitame oeveipe tcs tarea it Tha bigles cge ske lato siegty 1o1
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new trainees w at to loo for -Bwhtt thestr andperailslo allo of U.dustre: be r situi n: out oe tomorrowgoa lng itts at.
owe to bope w the manydaongeou i t n os lihSm e t a t da wi th em e tohevee o Asl bad iscmJtl 15. uttrl un.
Sadsb wo a reeoso eet a. n ew mn'ys s n who a r aw srdo o s eaait y a i tomi a t i ack t tet w i o t shate o a tme
ray w it h g i ing th e ew a t e d m l d aTo&fl h eB r a d d o n lyo ka sdhwe B r a pol e G e ti t oricr a me e a c=- Veiorrt tt
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a r0 1 1 to lear me attheiravoritenclu b a o L 0orph__ B ra zilias Ho mc Sf imel n haln ak seho t wewr On he zii ta.
Ca natlo Zon e hedas RelieBoha to app Theooe rptionsof thelse eahhn frtmp ric
th ben2-Syado Msal rbao sslo ? m th TmId live n and they uiaeons 1a r e d mii gain bo omk pbouctifaeos, 50 nsonanb leextie, sm n E o sodo Thesam JB zia erae
w tefIreendsom theo ma e m aliobi ng t osl e famil of hei1de ar or miats steel, guns, amo guoTG r his oitanceUtDpartWhichbestarnd
dol prieet dorslump.doirahe oualp awhobcandoiospervate duinagstthoampeanIQtheipngssit inan go, -dueulowsecnme set-uTob yasndre ;wadvelop
brf weredforthe rnors f haw d ane what disnC o mf ortaaingoa Thought hre D avoe esuoh suortComm tstcoffees Aa1alaAe brdack Iw power tday
f-ai.Oe ither imakes good or I *s returnedor th ear so wseredap ton, haved in Washungton.Int di e a reasoI go dh idcu_ n Pres Baident Varg ltas and Osw
g o r oao t i e sr pT h a n aue s t a n d i w i t t h e
w1i sha nt a r b e d h e r nd s tdp pega dCo .u wi th aoviac km arc oamms atusha du t th ae e lit It s a c tio n o n in-att ah ekacuod rmm a dm ands W erIs hDmh uade u p o I h eCtso B s ers u si n hiia nnva le s
hwmaalt i ares byn dethed pOic0-inse l itof p ave roads becaustthate of the Coe
duin operatiodofao thkegee taoantagorigee dtodtireywcst isd s rowas such a glutfon the market. feeole cut andeirr
,.Org I heoorgareaationsandretc.e'vreat*hinudWelaend c tee! rwigatet ro sad .
dethe n sewoperatoaftrehaslhisNap-o- ter around the industry i unptrparget UIo mertiet oDy nsag, e -twen s hathian of tobacco, doesn't Rdng cothr os ea smort e r a lesep rosubisarsuCoffeererr
yo r n ak then psoroperlsignals-,from th Pilts w ahen has a usti otue head quarters 20 ulta accunto.fanex o gaa Ch lrigh a d ison't ar cigaworett hoaex- vtrsile;i scrombany wi tha k bs so oamm unsm killep-1 b
of atoktriks nd teirstrteg whch i plnne ahad n hae aterh~aquaters -~r thi ivs m comort I eckn tbacc conte as camala towina fir 40 Ba allfar rea-ciTaton zu4reka hark5 hi al


-usicalb inHouse nd_$wi thsoe coun orionsreSu eIproduction,50e0,apublicantMeiLeads
ujuroor al working with some corporations ror ozer c5DIiJwi poUBs--en: a ,u.u HouseRepublcan Ma Lead.|"
"ut C U $title 3 e 1meure io atc-dl problemss. tors Dirkme, ofT Rll la, hi.vers .of ..... r Ch A. I ,'
'4 4 Storehouses But vi= no0 sig leant sec. Texas, 'a eArt Of. Indiana, As the Communist net tightens has JLust been dIraI t me
'sm 5a players 28 Churc fast 42Aleps tion of labor has rapedto Bicker of around th F a VieNam of those emaex.

8MM; S Uncpem mon 0 Men, ans !soxn -r-s arfeti bon trained this, cll It a "Mbral) Republican Hanoi and Its port of Ralph*g, in mis ymar ulat-ivev uals
soOwn b IOAngers 33Algonquin 48 .ePlwt on rehearsed for swIt movement ts ticket." northern Viet Nm. are to be the
Miplo l cl noem Laughter wai- ats that do exist phrey wants no part of any of this. or anotheDunkideerDm wre t
241Shut .1 Afican fly mound 49P dmit A or aren't 'e In danger FourteeI I
neainra ian fly Ssound .tre Pe*0 Sts oak? Fourteen oSoutheast Asia newspa- Hitler' army pressure. le ocr k oppo s
ie" l o24CBesta.ners UPm.nestrates 5 uStray "1 per editors are now spending a pt- ol,"of "I G.,I '
4S1aCh 25m.. Rod-eMn t1Interpnt -" Imonth in the United States as There is a new lPosiblity for 2 T16 Dr T
tow Psgep 41Chum M4,Rodent guests of the State Depa'tment. trying to airlift the Frec out of ame ito- IdI T d e, '
8iUn 's After two Weeks of stu at Co- Haiphong, if the going gets too derstand the ttbuaMemy f1"
lumbia Universly, the editors tough. So far, the haven't from Imniaa* D
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pee m might be) u a. Its a little too powerful or
interested in what Bob the tiny theater in mid-summer .
has to sy. Bob's the star weather, however,
S eml u pon that TV's fmoup blue hrts white
th "s" in them are the glares on camera r- he one little
oublesome. Hard to say, bo confused. He's the son of John
ear. Tilnman, a New York hewscaster,
bein the case, he prac-and he wondered wh Daddy's
te fol sentences; shirts were a blue. daddy pa-
la ,y them: etlnt explained, then asked hl
S le style ticks. Flesh of son why he wanted to know. .
slenderspng. you were on televison, you used
at e door of Mrs. to yell at Mommy when your shirts
; Ash-sauce shop. came back from the laudry all
0 t shouMd eep your tang blue."
S- Another youngster with modern
S-. considerable upheaval in- ideas Is Lisa Kirk's niece. Lisa
ats, dogs and children, reports that this up-tthe-minute
van is comfortably es- cd. when ready to retire, doesn't
ab d in court in "The Caine bother saying her prayers every c.. tib,,. . s -
utiny Court Martial." He had the night. She just kIee, says, "Dft- Ml w 7
Sb of following HenryI onto, and hops il. bd.
Who created the role of the ". I fet tl t f t1 tV
'tounser in the hit play, __ . _; :,_-.-._. -,_
he' doing it adirably. You ruff the first club In th dum. to'd.
'iye way, I Mmy lead a trump to your h. o mm Now
..p horse races." M] Vi ruff another club. ? w.,ou .4-, iSdm, fori1
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,fivn was an outsider. lsy "- Its your hand and ruff ath 1t lt -u lub og
atu By OSWALD JACOY play thehearta by. sel You mmy.le dm
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and one diamond., queen .* damods out ofhe w
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ait. o tllivan. An those In the correct line of play, you ,ummoy's kr., thus drawlag asi
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T bears out Sullvan's theory nJ Bs a the dummy. The gehetal .ma You a:e now in position to e
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s hela4 Nne my's diamonds .gettna ca last club
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or ad. 8dleft th e a t e. Royal H l Lhi ld.
a ctioae did run't we I P to se p FAST FREIGHT AND. PASSENGER SERVICES
a rbngl Some of his ae- Ohe lad- - a BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
did so to see the play O.f-- ... OF OUTH-AMERICA
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FOR SALE FOR. SALE
, i"; *o hoId Autembiles
Sngle Beds $10. Double FOR SALE: 1947 Buicksedan
Drsra with Mirror $8.50. S4501 Best bargain On lsthmuq!
S ls ,$2 Modern Wardrobes $65. First clos condition, radio. eXtrs.
$19. Bookcases $6.50, Liv- An imprepsive car at bottom cost;
t Suite $39.50, DOning To- don't be too late. 6244-A BoquerQn
$16, Innerspring Mattresses Street, Los Rios. Telephone Bolboo
Ma., Mny Other Beargains in New 24381. ___
'sed Furrture,. Also Ref,.gpra- FOR SALE:-MACK Diesel IMULE)
and Stoves. We Deliver with Tractor ii A-I condition ready
small payment. Easy terms or for immediate service AUTO& EIS-
NOVSEHOLD EXCHANGE. ENMANN, Tels. 2.2616-2-4966,
.' f td i. Tel. 3.-4911. Panama.. R.P.


L-25-cycle 9-cu. ft. Frigp-. FOR. SALE:-Dump trucks-3 and 5
il efrigerator. 2715-C S age ions. CHEVROLET FORD STU-
SCoc, C.Z. DERAKqR. AUTOS EISENMAN.
Coronado refrigerator, Tels. 2-2616-2-4966, Pandma.
25-cycle. like new S130; _P
O automatic vasher. 60-.v- FOR S ALE:-1941 Dodge Pick-up.&
10; table m:de rcdo-phono 1940 Ford Station Wagon. Best of-
,.60 cvc:e $ 5: ~7rd- for. Phone Navy 3388, 3212. 8-4
&so'.n:.lror S5 eash. 5. ) m. 'b.
..r .. .. .....-- FOR SALE:- 1948 PontTac 4-door se-
LE --. V-ter Sp net piano dan, an, nal Zone registered. Col
I set ho-ne ur.e-i.',y ency- Coco Solo 8413.
dias, 1948 o iti.n. Tel. Cu- .
5162: Hcu.e No 2167-B. MUST SELL -195"1 Henry J. In very
S -p ---0-2-- -- good ctndlrlon. S, oat Ft. Kobbe
S SLE:- 6-strand bamboo .v- Post Office until 4 p.m. or coil Cu-
set. conjistinp of sectional rundu 4193 after 6.
I orm'hair, 2 end tobies, 1
See table & 1 bamboo desk w th FOR SALE- 1946 uick sedan,ood
IS top. Call Balb, 7, tronap6rtoatQn, cheap. Telephone
top.m,'alhose 'l 86-4225.
FC SALE: 192 Mercury Hard-
SFOR SALE to.p. excellent condition. 5 new
.t f tres, radio. h peter, directlohrl
S" Rw 1 'lup htc: only $1475. Call 2-1442 or
-.and Owners. We will P SALE-19=9 Ford C
,D-o NTRACTOR" for rent ,or o nit.d C e '
th1 month of July. In-. r SPlate -449an. Wlm-
Panima Phone 2-4923, 56n ,Plad,2-44
'C itre. El Volle NOR ALE ?-19 4 I9ol.t.s. ,i
lp--hlebt, 2 bedrooms, near. 4-dO*E tan 1701 d.Ic t0Ai
Univ tYenPanama-C- con. Wednesdoy-Thuray, bween
,lc'climate, suitable for and 6 p.m.
ne couple; real borga;n .
ent house for sole i"r FOR RENT
City, very g od investment. ,, I
lots r ale 4nWa&t.nn.lsc9i. __Oi__tam_ -
l re il" et'te service.
RAL ErST TE AGEN- FORARENT-j-For. cqupl, bib furnish-
S5Avn 259, hone 'I h f ,, .-_E.
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and Mrs. Stanley tor of thue fanama Canal Conm-
dad Mrs. Irving pany, Is am U
.n T.S I Mr. N work a board the s..
I ct, e_1 ; ,Mis Ahaon of the Panama ine Gen-
ofn. M n aJs; eMal Sdhey arrived an the lath.
*.t:yr .jomn MUM ladt week on a Pnama Line
KIIa mudm e of
S .a.ofDrectors 'to review i s
J IM!KeAe; p"Ys budget.
nawr". Anthony A"lm o B on the Amcon is
Abe k. LaRue- Edward N. ans." ManaOr of
S.Lee; Mr. nQ the New York Office of the Pan-
"1Lutro; 0 i, a Shr- UmlaCS, CKompany -o bau
M. Anita Mad; mben maiKing a bo fl via-
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FOR SALE: Gas stove, 30
-hot water heater, bob
youth bed. Leaving Isthmus.
ma 3-3073.


FOR SALE:-Eiectric motors, 1-h,. r
'I/-hp. 25-cycle; QM metal dtkl
toble 4-ft. x 4-ft.; Black r& Dee
belt snder; Ironrite automatic
ironew. 25-cycle; QM single.b d
complete $0; sewing ntaehine,
electric, old $9; African violet 504
each; wood-working "Y" iOlwdii
shaper, both mounted, compl.t 1I
Cuslhmen scooter, as is, che~p 1
hydraulic car lock; 16mm. Up0
movie camera, all lapses, 0412ap
Phone Bolboa 2-1714 or 757-D.
Barneby Street.


FOR SALE: Leaving. Complete
household furnishings, console ra-
dio, 25-cycle Westinghouse refrl-
gerator, rugs, plants, etc.; also
work bench and 1949 Buick Con-
vertible. 0840. Apt. G. BlIboa.
Phone Balboa 1563.
FOR SALE:-8-inch circular sow; '6-
inch p I a n r; sending machlte.
House 769-D, San Pablo Street,
Balboa. Phone 2-2640.
FOR SALE: Electric Arc WZldr-
300 Amps. UNIVERSAL ARC
WWELDR mounted on a 41 wheel
pob b trailer. AUTOS tEN.E
Is, 2-2416 -ri4


FORSALI -aIle Fawp Boxer. Dr. E.
A.PR", Phone Panama !-2113.
oilf l 'CAN& COMPANY
1M ER IIOUS ITEMS. FOR SALE
Saledt ier opening in public, will
ben-carTuntJI 10;30 e a.m.. uly 16,
1954. i ti e ,6ffld of the Superin-
.oIt s. StPhu.s, gt lb6, Co-
noi Znr,'for attahments for D-8
.Tctors, Boller, Parts for' Drills and
_rne. Water Fountain. Key Blanks.
lekndow Frames Woodworking and
Bolt Throoeading Machines. Inter-Com-
munication SyMm. PBX Teleohone
Board, Parts for Mimreograph. Dupli-
cTflng, Singer SewIng. Calculator, Dic-
taphone,'Llne-o-Tlme, Typewriter and
Numbering Machines, Pumps, Refn-
eawtor, Catqrplllar Tractor and Inter-
national Tiuck located at Section "I."
Balboa Smtorehouse, telephone 2-2720.
Invitatiolt No. 102 may be secured
from the above source,-or from'office
of Superintendent of Storehouses, tel-
ephone 2-1815.
L ST fr FOUND
Li_ 401i Dlg, "ie tan color, weight
.40 N, mixed breed, recently clip-
pedbushy tail, brown eyes, green
Vidstic dollar with vaccine. tgNo..


S397, answers to name "
Lost Vicinity Philippine Ratta
Monday afternoon. Liberal ,
Anderson, 2052-D Third St
rundu. Phone 83-7176.
Ira; Arthur H. Ferti: an
a Mn. Warden I. Frenc]
Schildren;
Miss Ann Gagliardi; Mi
rige Gabardl: Misa sheila
(erchow ad son; Rev. w
A. Olenn: Wlliam D. Goo
4jr rC|ri Odttfried: Mius
O Orange; John K. 0
wood; Mr. and Mrs. Kva
man; Edward H. Harms:
Rose Haber: George M. Hal
an Mrs. Bherman A. m
and 2 chIldren Mrs. Lol .
risam and I children: MI
Mrs. Harold Hat ; M
e eae; Mr. d Mrs.
Hole Mr. nd Y
JoanMn and daughter:
Annea Kimal: Mss" Ruth
ball: aad MrW. Mary Kni
Mib W La iberg; Mr
Mr Michar Levy: An
MalaIUtti: Mr. ad Mrs'.
ManI sid 3 chIldren; Mr

iwnaAn Obetleder: jM
- Id Owmen am

Nr. Xla e B. r
rd | WBNBMr. and
Jack 3. Rathgeber and 2
dren' MrFloren K.
mo Jar. Royal J. Raf
and 2 ohllir; Mm. af
idge aad 3 chIldren;Mr.
Mm UXN Rtubel; and
ad Mrs. Julan 0. Ruseh
2 chuin;


Duffy."
in Store
reward.
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Vnblencimu I


P-petsP anl4 El Valle. Only 80
mile, f trry Newly rernmdeld
undw A 1 management. Call
Tiva l T d Agpnc'dy, 8 Tivll AMe.

Spend you dc fioon in Vgcanwi,
HOT E JULIAN
where you can go riding, fishing,
hunting and enjoy o nice climate.
Hotql Julien provides you clean rooms
and good meale. Arrangwent can be I
rnlde.-Write for reservation. MOTEL
JULIAN. Hato, Volcan. Chiriqui.


FOR RENT
Houms .
FlO RENT-Two.bedroom'chalet in
Bello Vista 50th Street No. 48.
Tel. 1713.
FOR RENT:--Concrete bungalow, two
bedrooms, parlor and porch dining-
room, breakfastroom, maid's room.
two services, garage, well located,
iron bars, hot water installation,
fenced garden and patio 100. Ap
ply Sonhy Boy. Sabonas 810. Tele-
phone 3-3041.
FOR RENT: House at "Los Cum-
bres," facing-Trans-lsthmian High-
wayi 3 bedrooms, maid's room, ga-
rageo and 000 squore neter of
land. Must be seen o appreciate.
Attractive price. Tel. 2-2643.
FOR RENT:-Furnlshed or unfurnish-
ed 2-bedroom chalet, maid's room.
"F" Street El Congrejo.


FOR RENT:-From August IS hru
November 15, beautifully furnished
2-bedroom house in best residential
section; one bedroom oir-condition.
ed. Kitchen utensils, dishes, etc.
Included. TeL 3-04638.
FOR RENT 3-bedroomN bechfn
house Sea Cliff Acres. Telephone
aqBee 02 after 5 0 p.m.
FO F Pu. 2-bIal n p
h osse L-ehape.I lrn-diarleig.
room, patio, carport, ma s room;
TO. Te). 3-765.

FOR RENT


Apartmmalt
ATTINTION L. Just beift, modeM
furnishrW portments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold' water. -Tel-
ephone Pnaoma 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnshed and dunfur-
nishmed 2-room mdem apartments.
Conrqct Alhambra.ienr m 10th
Street, Tel. l.38, o .
FOR REN$T:--Aparfp.nt bov Cen'-t
trial Theoterf building, Ceptrml Ave-
nue No. 141. Inqulr.Cgglf The.
water. manager's office. '

FOR RENT: FupnS(pmjw ,,pj
(livingroogn, d *in mM two bed-"
rooms, stove, 1. 6e4t1 No6
43rd Street. ,,. ,
FOR RENT:- Athe
apartment on A

FOR RENT: .. T' 'wb ,wm *part-
rment. livi, gld room, maid4r
rvam. hot entrane eL.2279 ,
FOR RENT: .._ l^tql fumli,%


FOR RENT: -..;Sh. g. .
Tel. 2-4912


FOR RENT:-rtW or giiUw
ed one-bedn i
garage. l, w a
FOR RENT: -
apartment, Slat sft No. 42.(
further detai s .-
or 3-3337. ,


FOR RENT:-.. Funised o ed




Darien Street No. 8. pl sext to
bedroom apsrt entEd t;


Beotll Vista. CI ot w V34
FOR RENT: Tal meria ap snt.
Drooms. Street W. 8. A ly e to
la43rd Seetq.- stretV. .m.- 4


FOR RENT: - furnished
2-beaoom I" oplaI Via-
t1 48th Street. oi"em ene
available; AugUAtL Teephr
3-2448. .".
w


WANTED:.-.i
wish tq rent
Mesidential Iu
2766 (office
YOUNG AMaI
to rent aim
ke roam -A
bonw t


full
OBeas gug lafiubieia

Modendae now

wth
Alminum Jlaleuse Deriware
Desiged n --. Uu1et
In Panama fr .
to fit iydhe ise

GEO. F. NOVEYt NC
nm Central Ave.r -. Tel 3


CHIROPRAUf
Dn. A. eme 3.
(Palmer
8 12 and 2
Dahirday: 5 12 ii&...
U Psi Avoesu e~ln
(1 block kcm. Luan St


ACUA iO TROPICAL
PET SHOP
IN STOCK:
Parrot caeAS 32.50 Ma
4 Via fepafi Tel.l
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eor,1ner'the *Omit way,
seserms ginka Ati work back
s truck. --. ,
The other wl: V wrk a lbarly
the. rom .-tIf yu picture
Ue two bIuJ:, aconus,- ealI
h w the four
The truck teie will move two
jwo blocks adl the proce -
ew will bue d
iahe Port e6.Al the first
4 truckse-nia n Akron and five
IVYou agt o4 th forenti.n
gas of a i ffor mail-.
in" and patit.W rodtmatmr Gen-
oral.
Arthur f. Saewrfield's "pa
parsive engll*l g PVpm" de-
igned to n a service
and cut coots.
It waid te te h e ee has ma
ny advantages. Nor Me thing the
new mntorised imalmn will delv-
since they Ood't have to haul hea-
vy mail bags f r their entire
route. .
This will eliminate the need for
special trucks for parcel poat, the
Post Office Ild.
"Postal offiietals emphasize that
motirizatio, i to be gradual ad
that no regular letter carrier will
lose his ob as a 'result of this
program," tke aneuncemont dald.
"If less mil rier .urc nemed-
r in the tare, mailmen who
eve the'fl Mtrvics brre.
tiremeat, oF ether natural
causes will be replaced."
The d partmant did not say
when' new motorized mailmen
will come to other areas.


HOT NEWs-Human- -art
thavoWuy ones concern with
the hot weaMr. Hwe, o pu
gubs atdle the riUg tampa-
turn eon a large thnaormanmt
wlbs his pa is inakin tnd*
or te bech to beat the hfat.
t tnfr, Qmiy.


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the occar G cf the declaration of
war Ia'J t t .king d of HIga
and Mbel.V'"He WaU at=ars
boursg,.'li thebo of the
mayor. Fft rt4e Diste Thit
house 'now replaced 1w a mo-
den waas ituatedn the
Place it acquired fame
ofi a ttl oa

hyau "w1r f o r Os 4"bin-
clud aJ l e tasy of the
Church,




Rouect i. i 4l1ike haiah On.
hymn for b -
Army.'" I +a64 power
and aces o f IAe j{9bgIC
p. the Y. Part
with ite arsellies volu -
teeprha m teh de a ntd l evoln-
0h-e July to the

Coeenson er ad the ezent *
taimo aofI au.l howy for thet




That did not yet sig it of-

fcial consecration. It was low in
coming. In Ap I seons of
the Par" section en41ed with the
sonf. O8& Agu 8t fo g
,ttmer, 4 member
mudest tstrhat It h. WM A.Lle


to be -reed at t oe tN of
Ther ndor resett r a IML to
have i r f
il offering tam
hymn on te Robepe o
icy. .. ;.,
It was not-until the lat dayr
of the Convention that
dated Jul 14th 1795, oti ta
the "patriotic hymn etitld H
of the Marseles men, p
played in the "'00004 AnO
utes." T sem
listen -to the couplets
ed theLi in unison. On e
soked that the enthu hasarus a
ed be mentioned in thi afleie
report; hia words were ted
with' mrmurms and Js oon
ejected.
But in the meantime, the Mr-
silaqe had won general popul-
lates that on June 6th 1703 at ten
in the evening, the h e a r'd "a
delightful concertina thb Tullerles
Gardeno, when a chorus of young
woenen sang the famou song aa
the Marseilles men; those soft
penetrating voices remind mme
of the 'choir I hed f-
ten Ina on-uCoanformlst Asseules
in England."
And this callsr for -curious Te-
felcuion: the rhythm of the a-
sefflaise was slower duunlg te


rewd ,sang It In the atlgl
118 ,fd 1yn8 it was tbe be
in undeatonee at ill reubpplh
demoastrations during the sea .
A dee by the
Sa them; oml
W. Aomg was 14(
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ewds .-ang a in the
Po ol at- an re
demonstratons during the so"e
Em r -*.
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to whicab ISt xpotd to art
Sthetanerica poane Corp.,
Sm wiff rum the Hoston-OV
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Seated to bring their cards' nd
. peaetrefremants will be
served, and there wrl be a prize
lor -each tao .
RIteervations may be made by
calling Mrs. J F. Meehan, S.-itS



Alabna TV Tower,


MOBILE, Aa., July IS (UP) -
A severe thunderstorm appareat-
ly accompanied by a freak twist-
er sent the 454oW A-TV to*.

O. tor I Wt
AThe twiater hit it' r us
.hla f 1* 1 7-1 and
end fIevbs A iik=d.I n
struck.
SThe TV tower largt
In th city. er edito tw
seru. kd like metou k.
sad' dozeW 0f9 e
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acorded winds at only 58 miles an
hour, giving rise to the possibility
that a small but violent twisted
accompanied the thunderstorm in
downtown Mobile.
However, the weather bureau
declined to say it was a tornado
but referred to it.only as a "vio.
lent thunderstorm.
The television tower wa4 con-
structed in the pri of and
its builders, the J. TriTach Co.
of Houston, said .it would with-
stand winds of SS0 miles anhour.
However. 4dtjb t: oosutrue-
tion, city b6ildift nspeetOr C. W.
Adams hated the bu g when
workers reported to him that the
tower was swaying .in Ordinary
winds.
Adams allowed construction to
be resumed when be said the
Trisch company Psy aed him it
was safe.,"


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When the mother of fouryo'ug pieces with a fork; edd eL, bread
children, who is also als *ftve crumbs, maicd d .iM0ajd li0 to
church worker, says abe pein taste.
quick.t-prepare wrelpeb fauly ..Mix wel .an abhapea t
enfjos,- we want to hear about ties; plces on-tap efn .
them. nish patting with ,ebses-ounds, f
Mrs. Marcella O'Neill, oftZO eofladesired. Rak in moderate. OTve
MIlls, Pennsylvania, is that good (30 degrees F.) 30 minutes;
cook and mother and here are her
recipes: Ta Tuas careaMl Bleet iald
Noodle .nd -aTi Patty Capp e (M rp)
S(Makes series) One tablespoons aflt t quar boi-
e o. -. ing water, ouncess esw. a W
One ta~t epopui alt, 3.iArtf (a cups), 1 -oue caRft
boig water, 8 ounces medu t.na, drained 1 cup ch
g noodles (about 4 cqa), beets, cup copped 2 cups
s oon butter or u-s r ,sabredded eabbg, a twpooB u*
f (abetspoosI ,aII.- pr .f gr 1tear.,I oa s p r -, 1 te
1 1-3 esupsalk, 1-3 cp aOr salt tablepoon 1 ega
liquid, 1-3 m a chill ce, it well beaten, eup viu.ar, 1
tpo a Wor-tesan -alm er crerr -
.i=OOD gatt, r eup b.Vr I Add itollespoon salt to rapidly
ekies, 2 7-oudce eaiua bpil.ng water. Gradually as 4mat.
1ia, rained, 2 gir,. baten,t afo ta water coaanrto ba
cup fine dry breadcrumbs, uncovered, ca
tablespoonL mncoed onion, .sat to aly, until tender. Drin co
taste. der. Iio with cold water and
oAdd 1 e A tO rapidly drain aga. Chin.







nsin HIghly but thoroughly ChllitD
aur atover er tfu ai t rea na tim o piece wit
U uncovered, trrin c-. fork. Combine cooked maearont,
cauminaw: Wr ender. tuna, beets. o and cabbage
Drate in l bix well. Chl.



f adI%- UI't- -Add- to ma oul mustad .af
M uwuI Iwe iad 'ix lagntly but thoroghly.' a
over noodles. rem2 funa Into Al serving tiSe.


hANDS, IDS d~fn s only ramfe, but they Brfn
S ltobnag ambewt tof Mrs. Fred iticbardm,. at
.Hutehiusm, lan. M t epglcos of hw friends' sad
reldaw' hauds .is only phae of hebar ceraic hobby. The
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DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Trogy .. TooY


YOUR ONTICKET


rIBST PRIZE . . . . 8300.00
(4 puapber).
SECOND PRIZE ........... 60.00

TIBSD IM .. .... ... 40.00
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you ire ceUdt-. nUo~ut --U ad
beeiaW sIB n~t may 9 kore
ombe 'e l st t have to cho
uO tr a and sO t B wk t

FOR TE F ime. ,S.it I
can remember, Bob Rpe fa on the
L e latest is dn, barbecue
Qf Robert in atVGud editmbual,
which- ays vilewen are
a summer vacation froja k .
The maaolTe .abela hs TV
shows "em'mirasnla, vul ar,
crude and in bad taste."
I can't agr i l a# counts bpt
I'l |"o among wit rr .
Th' Mscripts have b4. ( f
the joked hi. h e
w

tam C. fA o e .r U-O
stoBwebeu p br eday Ibelg
tlned out mand Ward -pes
a the mnbesr to a
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Guinr h 9rku DOW~I
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sept~er, but: ,I alo ve
kalt was the most view T-
t pan f the .. sam JI MA 99,
t an'st f the AB c't W Ml.
for the pat3.du*ulot t.h 0sle,
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teinrr"r varnyv condi-
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to the Idea ofbe mov-
ed about if you traveler vltL
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habits and beawake
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to .
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to ah m aleep, ask your
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CL4VWZAND, July 13 W) J
SLIIA, July 13 (UP) -The Veter- n tard ame..



ml encampment starting Aug. 1.. -Yor? .....
n baseball, former 13 and one-half yames back of H. uer we u York, rf e rm *o .m .. .Jo
:aetcber Gene De- New York. Milwaukee is fourth. C. C-r Chlcago, M ) sa w outrider Bdrartel nat The s
lh reigned Mn man- Cincinnati fifth, st. Lo di's wth W. rhi eAe e Yofht c-6) soord, fw s-ed e- and me'A anduS i O 1 -. l-
...ento Pa-and Chicago seventh. Pitt.sburgh . . hicg, bux autnews by *T. h *., e SS- -
SLeay e. beautels la last are muthretatlve slate by Joe DbM.e t r t&
'BB ePoona poppedd a In Individual races. Duk e NATIONAL LkAGUE the TO0 and a to a ty.
to Los Angeles Snider of Brooklyt la the lead- are td be low than otheSwHe. Wled. D
.rt e a mento man-, .3 avera e. Iv Noren of the A. Darok, NewYork,.s (.93 CC la 191. was 31, S ..e Young 4 at
S. Yankees ed the American D. Snider, Brooklyn, ef (T kw. of aui," si4 Mr. Day, "tn a . rns i m 'Panama
or le are taking Le e wth .344. NMuOalW, tLoul, rf (.A31) W Open e.for fre ll our toU, o o
sal rbrt or the All- wIl~le May of $* Glants T. Kluewakri, Cincl., lb .318) T noat eems incredtbl today, but the truth ib thltta bow towr"uth5 rdernot th
a t leveland today. laeds the home run hitters with R. Jablonski, St. Lous, 3b (.322) it a up to 1922 when adm stona were. arged or te r to a date.
up in b se Amer 13fl and 12 days ahead of Babe R. Campanella, Brook., (.215) "And, oddly," continued Mr. Dey, who, incidnall s m acame an I o .. his I ?-
when play, resumes Ruth's record pace the year he- R. Roberts Phila., p (11-5) a fractured ankle, sustained at the Women's Open last week, "the convince o ca0
Shit 60 homerm Idea wa t to make money. On the contr ary, it was to dis- rant F n o i
d lan Muatal of i th t e Cardinals American League Reserves: court e people from at Snn." he bl t at.. Arena, 5 1a a lr aS
Cleveland Ind ans h ad Cle a g sthe majors In runs batted m eow this came a bout, was that the year before, or 121 scheduled to return to Panama 2 m u
oLne-halg 4e. or in with 82. Jim Wila of Braves INFIE t. Louis played k to a aioal championship for he firs el n o tenwind up Sen u r O I BAtesnb 4, n
S''Ie and Bob Mi-liken of the Dodg- M. Vernon, Wahin (10) t.and out of e pride e newdppe r amthed the rad 0q-brad- training w 0 .




a in con- ers lead thoe itching cent- N. Fox, Chicao (.215) cust So lay sta up with the result t hat -'-the course was Ton sm, ettiT' otsg2 .
thi -ames behind the ages with perfe, resort. Wil- J. Finigan, PhlladIph (.281) raemta onicaugei n thousands who ra through et t hate Iinaa prte . .t raa n elr ,.g





S' 9 Detroit in son has won sx, Miflikei five. H. Kuan, .Detroit('h (.259) andm e d merrily over the greens. It wasmplain that t ny b"ad the l New Oulans N o' to the ? "B a
ac 1 e back 1 optlonedaragbI-handkO Ltee golf course before. Ihman'





gf.h.. ,o.to m T C a o il ts x: ave ,. ,-.t w u ia D a o ic y M h a rti n ho e en t h l o un try' s fear es anmost e t .* .f* %I +2 sN ' -
iareh C rre m sls. atindars evrie t (.2) "These people came out heare because the show was free. lWon ae eight-round semI j
t leamda, ', Ar c. de BrooklynsA (30) (O. EW.fdon ws ae awin tho(3 py it pl w. lt" e -J ack. )a SO -oplPanh.. ..




aae- 'e b prter bu has had a disap- . 1 .. CAT .ER Tu I arhaten wI5a m te net ear, hd te die- at i a p 3our-rond pr-T at ,Wat.adu to
the li.sa ia thrd place on wil a two i tinctiu of winning the first U.. Open, the first SG sponsored liminary 4utwen Pe r ee-
f 's place h the Whit ,Uos re Prr'Hrcu s tournanant of any sort ,indeed, which had a built-in boa office. cott an S tb at 128 O 1 .
called ear- old mahs Kegan, Cticago (12- -TAie mreA
.... .. Mar l otn i Gi an ts : Sto Waih Iin la b ( 2 Kibd I ,,,kiiB t!
I-4,f'the8.l8. ,Co C rhi (10-3) Thefans made othe adj)stoa.ut smoother thn so the rowo o . A..f .. ton:-S.ae Asern
rC datheh.u Vts tR.cJ alemons C (125L) chsr3bns2angein ad w hissolen he w astppf otthe r TPbat te owfNorge Z5 90
fIl*tJraw*31 3. Pprteli rel W0 (msJRoion re, BrfalnrI ;.1 t jIn nes aQ-
Tt ms Iantid 2 .... s... ed years t fore, be had w 4eOpen himself. .This fe., together H 1I t












up I nAA nd, o l cotne Mr. Day who, Jinl is ft g im iin i f *. i .. .
Bln, pu. rre d to Ie s p o' the r d t aon's Roberts, Phi "-, others. Tnt nea uarein,, i described fa iop, waV eUpeEseU WoHWO lt" ho














M.- S g.'2. .. o^ ':i:- / W .nm ].! .Srtan.Tla.. ofteC rd'inals h.mrianoLager Reran me eIN
coura. L ge -. eoplheom aten ding. eabane .taeeAren s ae .. A .
A-A lWlaaI nldt Io r.. olw a ls nodd tho e gate. m an? "And now for te wo .. rA y eur o P 1 an1
Ogam eg Over i n w tha N2 Ji 1 P Hodges, Brodo f Ba (109.) lBeNthiays the b oo t shows 15,078 got It pa for te thred H P a to a a
To. t D art t. e remainder o lthe Same)./ is ot (.331) da ato S i rate t a e win his first, Open.W ,A .
Uvs. hoon d os Ihn thr n ter- R action Chicago (.310) Actual, this ye.or'. record Open was worth c ,ew r ner bly Cou action was threat If"168
Lau od theirbmope k 7Bro a rP RReese, irooklyn (.193) gore than ;15O 000. The 272- e programWhicl eore hi att today a stbastet bal nal Troqpa -he .0 f91 Pemfl o
















xctrgtwhof a rlerbeJwuGc e ete.n. Iup wturhhersnenh tha -t tu- course Th berv l, 1 i ,..002.
NOiwrmeW.L bre thoheOUTEh FIELD, $1f0 ecd woecrth of adver e.it.. ea * :. t lohs N. h .trapslunch,
r D o record.n % far in excess of Detroit's 7465.p -P ee the P a ProvInalel u1 kp .ar
y aowoi tMAi rid D.H Mueller, New York (.356) is as l b raly supp orted as t--e Ope b pro ppeln vote *f the 1 .
1. ,1sbac H.de herI ie rnleatl (. ) i" s around he a lsderl' way of helplagt ee ala theparent u t he .
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theRolfe.thert.h1,fathers ,$.cAbr yettioe,
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Keeps Shirt

By DARBY GRAYSON
NEW YORK, July Is' a Unforgettable was the
glimpse of Rev. Robert E.
arda In Atlantic City, aoppti
from a shower, ha dre
the waist, national decathIM
phy tucked under one arm
ning for an -automobile to be
en 62 miles to the Philad
airport.
This after pole vaulting'
cathlon record 15 feet and
ing the 1500 meters with i
mendous kick.
SBob Richards had
VP -'kermOt"n6 next morning
-'l Airplanes keepRichara ii
track and field b liaess, an
experience, of rushinl troD
f C tntic ifW. to -wPbh%*alphis
pretty much of an ordinary
perience for this remarkable
round athlete who is the gro
o' f the vaulters.
SOne of the more exciting i
lions brought about by Rih
tight schedule occurred at tb
tional Amateur Athletic U!
Championships 11 St. Louis.
yault started at 7 p.nm., but
were so many good skyacri
that Richards knew it was
Sto be a long session.
"I had a plane reservatloio
9 o'clock, but at that time I
S were 15 fellows above 14 fee
I had to cancel the reser
and get another," recalls th
linois alumus. "The vault
ged out so long that I ha
cancel two more. There wai
* ly one ffilht Ieft tut wol
me into Ciago and out for
SAngeles In tike to preach.
Time of departur was midul
S Whe. tso =M fnaly 4
gpd out and Rioalad ws the
ly one left at 15 ft, it was 1
dcV ii J l-J haD....u .mo it


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StCea to Ago- When He Ditdn't Think,
fl^ By ItKUAY OIDM"WN SURVIVAL OF FINEST W Shon

S_- GREENWOOD IM,11,F


i a ed b t a nde th r
a July 13 e.EA) -There's a sia -Whopaeh WooW. tos bu a


Mee. character c's out o h alows e' hr ealg te was ahe bd w
S "-d s an y 1to. smntahd hna end rer. but




A lo, Trak T-o, Pulpat..a One B r PYehr hadm aster would omn
"mpu Rnhes Peopemth wtont l the y would t harm bar od
itInae ee.l' sM hiverbose h7M where she bad crept upon tahe



est Res Bar of Austra7-als, XeWe
SA---- 2, l, ,,. I,--.- anaoe,n-"- a 'iya tbahe Fnre- goher baty the baiBdeI ets-ehee' e-.
tL te Trbeattrela i.%t nartfi aherisdbdassacwouplef \evssrsly withe
"inam e on t tc msmashedeird l lg.



natel on le nhed o n Freddie. Trouble Cr t ai e. sn as d been faster than



fto grrtt eLrt-i f new war bet rted eliminated pa Sk s bad caused her to mscal-
North American zone. F ookerini translated Bucceroni). PLo?
1t 2-1 a e ants to do.now trade Yet her master would come In



n_ __ tn%#rwee.th .th e European pun e es. People think w iae dn one. She didn't have to know that
be at RexH1 ofst hed like -I,- m- ra ied himre y" didn't know that he was looking ow.c








etoeon't wan, ,, o. ,bee., a m be,,... .. Tr e
-, 2-, -, 8-6, 6-4, In theh v n',k ~n.ir m stan for her inany mhrues ..hay. Perapswe'd better











V cInte sofeC n-u-e eni oessq la
U ~t w le frteorUon four t whe w n | otpo Cars passed in the ght and It mindblh er Ind. W
tlphia Clyde wParrisra Cls, A S e undr becamday, and hundred more next stricken aSm l t"a l
--._Tir Vnmenit sRamaerer," front left, I auwas involved in cs, Mexo smne mo After wtheouflew by. bea wared for. laso : hs lget a t
to reter. eorta new form of road elalm inatd panm, w, in thelck was stayed ia. and wa tced. Shei t .sle. e, l Eew









I at oigble haearg did'tahopehssaeke tru
S ,. e r. the commission ra s. ssaw her. Thouh obviously urt, (istrt by
e wc m w esv rion she was watch every car. The .e







mnod o Trc Ty Pulpct e
2 /makes up these stories and mavy- tre onto the gras s l a n bce lo an
Lo cal t e s / ;ure, in ihis own uto way, up to wurn e she was lying. dIa
_rk. P lptwe give In to him. That8as why be ut..... Wnicket N-
St want to o to m be The reetin n her eyes nd
c a r r-the fresh airHmakesRhim c oti gar il se a .
US dLeagues ,wn wtt hlgdi umctaiwre-
k And Jackson s wit d be t t bar '
Off Richards'o both-and ack rf th' Nw d eLeag t c
c z, Ottawa, Class "Fella don't feel right all the or- Care mat be taken In ha- h
A L _Internation"_al in- time," he blurted from the dress- HgInjured dease introduced s5entatIito ow
..n Srwuon tgh. roomtable at the Long Pondcs aoi
urean&e on the night et a of rl myself cherry but slowle y t ndo asr
sA-yr-u., when bit by got,,rih t to bediffe rent."MNOWI asI lifted her by the collar and In the most clm
Ric. ....... -. l ead bother me, to. I don't like LAY Ms .a arm under her belly, so as to 28b4M.01fthe.196,4 2
wet Pat Sc.. .. .- --,Pr-I----4, I I, naturally as possible. rious over. such
,run- t ve"d Frtorty th on four ed variously to fresh air, his Her collar was a
d21"" mother's naging and a ir ne r-upolice berrla wouthe Soa T he 0-,,-g
drlv- h"at 6 to 1. friend platediby the oppomtlohn,wet wher e toi
-elphw n Bredbart refers to keep the un- I would have taken her to the Oited P1 ,Y in
elaClydeParges, nlmira C lanAtrammeue child of nature under
de rawlIn Lea ue, wit bnoleelose surveillance. as W/. I would nave bean cared for. polans: X62
a de- Jamacing stamina and aes19MteO ov!
f..sh, they ability to absorb punishment are As I continued on mY w a IUalvim
f trouble started In their rprmary asets, and perhaps did alothinfktg, but Va 5fil
sixthinning when Parris.lm-Bu,"at few aumwers that made e. E a.roes
to be leAdoffbattr,washit nthe Dlnes, as a r.Jimmy "But," he says "Rocky is more-Layne the Hurricane opened WW sdcad e bsM y the dozens D _Brhwt,-
tbSoudhr by Aibapspr Jim warring partner in powerful) and would break him in gashes withr leking alov driv.WShIY by t
whob"n e Wm g at manylar,wn d .h r ..F,... ._
beatr datch ib aae worked with yStill, hasa left hook thatthe punc e
.ocrciJno c.kaii o n and aboveqait.
the hen Pas A and e te la iJpcksonstingsan abovealleCuts.rIn hisWhich is where Breidbert and CMertanly many eofthenn t ud..
iuckdo n begthex tkesh as well as the last five t Carley Brown coene in. have bad dopa at
At- r pulseeh, players from both champ an is just as tireless. Norkus, Jimmy lade, Dan Bue- One of t0o socks might take home. they would ave been an Tile followi m ae-
ex. engaged In a battle royal before r aeyn acsou raged at e thought of ayone sawardL
e all- mpre and police restored or- -N
leader, Pau was banished from
the more creditable side,
situ&- Parri ws leading the league up
to July ', with a J32 battling v-
Mion In]ByBRANS REARDON
The Humberto Robinson, Jack- 24 oars in National League w
there sonville, Clas A Sally League, Writtnf far NRA Service
spot-s tried unsuccesfully for his six- QUESTION: In Detroit a year
ogteent victory June 30, agghunstor so ago, a runner attempted to
MAcon, before a crowd of 2,X9. s core on a wild pitch.. Ph.otogra-
Robinson was routed in the pe were aowe on e LOOK WHO'S COME
a fo sizth Inning after allowing 11 One ot them picked up the baiLC
5t, go loss of the season Instead. ering the plate. The pitcher tag-"TO TOWNI
.atio. Robinson, who i satll the lop's ed the runner out. The score was
3e leading pltcIir, fared badly a- Rll ItTh ere canbe.
r-ag- lain July 6, when he was pound- Aasmr:JtH.adererc.n.be
4 "to e by the Salty league All-Stars WOutslde asutlstace whic nIs
son- for three runs in te tfirstInning why honest b .seballMbs are kept..
g and lea leadlg 'aca vl ear.i se -.a.-ch hief n EDDIE FISHER
r I" lost5 to in the -tenth all-star doiu1 was tempe to send the


exi oftheNHpe


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I -ft.* rol ga A. Ser bated in 23 r ans
-' ,I .. Pmp, 9 to 5... tw days..



Im id, led tostr .Tmbrza l as al fo ay ooe -
sOit u any at 11 t iilW Sonb a W h most Chuck
S :tie . eAi a a.ina -3o Tsn i ts gk with the Cubs-Paul
Sst e ibtaf s Mw tntet Is N
., .1... .. oat "m e Lonrd wey Dhev n PiQ. who weat to the Indiana
..b .. .W W N from s thate ith At ou(N tte) -
.inces a.d r.pM t S oser man 1in t e deal for mRay Boone.-
tads, hed to tai nly one entry a far not count- t


prt. wM one y hppet l Naval Station, thi being Du e Markel a New York cop EAV WORE
n u wek. .o o team tred from Army drtg the of eon, relieved Phia i ,.- (UA) -Heavy
I a th inteoihon c Ao- PIWl Bob ni helh of Rich- o lte ove ar ek, Alwn

dl... Blahards f ently Abra um o 21h o ery a uh l ista e shd g eoe
Me ame oa a e r lTO ent t oI. squoeeked bun . l ast Z a sP a otb .
thimnbe lffledo^to^feid, r. gniy W 8;A annottt. Z _t " _U .. ..
te. A ia B o Jo rdfe led m Raet ife oWWl howe ltanef t threatened to become aao Mast WORcU
i re s st t and took P.l y Ptdate ( fA) d-ral.
irhaned th^a s bar b about 1h x lor U kIns theFo 1$th and t he lankyt... .
inches gnd Junpea Into too cob wneoft hlt?8!"nW Eige Jorlersn jaramn3
,i everyb oad lk nn ag' .e tse
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eLn stands, I elfo me e an far tto toune. e.
per it W!" oe of ley hapPest Ilu Naval -Station, .this lin D iuke r a York cop mAVY WORK



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TWENTY-NINTH YEAR


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I VE CENT


Dulles Pulls Surprise In Flying




To Showdown Meeting In Paris


rates citizen PARIS, July 13 (UP) U. 0. as crucial and vital to Big Three self to journey to Geneva unless, tion to hold.the line ainst
nwho are Secretary of. State John Foster unity. he received assurance that the Communism in Southest 4Oda.
San do so in Dulles ffew -here tod a y for a tri would be worthwhile. The sources d r u tanm-
E Ma satte's showdown meeting on Indochina Dulles previously had an- Souraes close to Mendes- dertands Amerip n x eE
and floor of the and the European Army with nounced neither he nor Under- France said the premier would to stay away frod
atrat on buUd- French Premier Pierre Mendes secretary of State Walter Bedell ask Dulles to tell him exactly vaguely resemb ap;
France, Smith would return to the Gene- what the United States conald- ment. At the samt time.
va conference on Indochink un- er acceptable term for an end informants sl, the France
o. 2 is conposed Informed sources said Dulles less they were assured the Com- to the Indochina shooting. want guidance Zrthe fut re -
residents of the would get down to business on munists would bargain in good Medes France was expected' sitloneo theBg ee ion -
Sserve in a vol- both issues a ft e r dining with faith. to store. his belief that lpme- east Asia.
Sand who will Mendes-France and British For- In deciding to go to Paris, diate ceasefire problems are not
1.. .. atjtn eign Secretary Anthony Eden Dulles in no way committed him- as important as strong dbtermi- The United Statep and Britdan


tiantte side registrants:
,. Tatelman, Chair-
C igelke, Nelson. Mag-
Frank MOnnblW, morem-


following his 8 p.m. 13 p. m.,
EDT) arrival from Washington.
With only eight days left be-
fore Mendes-France's "peace or
quit" promise to the National As-
sembly becomes effective. Dulles'


Big Battle Looms For Last

crnerFh-Held City In Delfa


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.6"J. omde changee from the U. I
Ay 4i '. "e asoff" policy ona Geneva o -
S, ,. ,. c-' HANOI. Indochina, July 13 Yen for a big attack on the last
4 .... ... Hs meetin with Mendes- (UP) TheVietminh ha asea.- French-held city in the Red Riv-
....... 9:1 p.m. France and Eden was described bled 10,000 troops aretnd Hlung er delta south of the Hanoi-Ralp-j
ho -ng corridor, French authorities
S" announced today.
Twelve Communist battallob
many of thtm veterans of
bien Phu were deployed on
west bank of the Red River just
across from Hung ,Yen, and east
of the clty on both sides of route
39, Hung Yen's lifeline northeast
to Frenlo territory.
Bitter -:fihthg over the week-
end around Hung Yeng was only
Sthe prelude to a major battle for
the city, Feruch military sources
said,


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of 'Colttractors Hill wait on the west side of Pedro Miguel Locks after having been
Sdurng midnight hours over the weekend. A stiff-leg crane lifted the units from


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that their forces closing in o
8 of -l4d captured tie, fortress
city of Son Toy anchori the
French Union defenses 24 mlei to
the weaL


Guerrilla raiders struck within
six miles of Hanoi Both sidd suf-
fered "substantial losses" when a
French commando force clashed
with the rebels.
The gunfire could be beard
plainly In the rain drenched cap
ttal where garrison forces were
preparing for siege and civilians
struggled to get out.
The Vietminh radio broadcast
word of the capture of Son Tay,
sprawling city controlling trans-
port over a trunk highway run-
ning west and a little north of
Hanoi.
The report lacked immediate
confirmation, but thel igh com-
mand reported brisk kirmishing
in the area. Newsiben who visit-
ed Son Tay over- the weekend
found it largely deserted.
The high command reported on-
ly yesterday that strong rebel u-
nits were overrunning outposts
near Son Tay. The newsmen saw
evidence that 7rench .Union offi-
cers were preparitR alternate de-
fenses halfway back to NanoL
Four Vietminh battalions h it
Hung Yen, at the junction of the
Red liver and the Bamboo Canal
at dawn Sunday. They tried to cut
off the town from friendly forces
along Highway 39 toward Haip-
hong.
French troops backed by tanks
and planes struck back and re-
gained one vifpSe near Hung
Yen.
More rebels thrust further north
against Dong.Ly. five miles above
Hung Yen. The French were 4riv-
en out. Thirty minutes later rein-
forcements adrved with tap ks
and armored cars, and threw out
the Reds. The high command said
92 air sort were flown in 1up-
port of the counterattack.
The Communist attack was the
biggest since the witUdrawal from
the lower deta. That withdrawal
made Hung Yen the hinge of te


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are pr etty weal agreed" to stand
together against any natept.
able backdon IIndaohtui
thoritativ Brit4h mource said
today in London.
The soureps.added that'there
was at beit onlyaSn "goUtgid
chance" of getaTganM-a cl"
able" settuqment a (the wdya
conference.


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les reached a f rnjr
ment in Wtanhi


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and Eden as to .dc y A' l
stitute aw- at d Ierante"
in Indochia.' -al offset the..
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tliton of Indocba aat ,
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ably an excha"eat o p"louftode
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