The Panama American

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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:
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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00450

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MOSCOW. July 21 (UP)-Tass
News Agency said today the
Ceva co ence was. "a f et
tetoiy for forca of vuceP
da and carried the Tasi
report, and appeared on the
streets. hours late. Indicating
tey held back publication for
the Geneva dispatch. However.
neither paper gave it prominent
play. 'a

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% aertd aumbet'" la tie
SOutl of the Ba mMal River
demareptim M 'where the
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relsetanea* -
They will be evacuated within
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PARIS. July 21 (UP) Th
headlines on the Paris morning
reps were big and black and
happy today with the news that
Premier Plerre Mendes.France
had made good his Indochina
cease-fire pledge.
The Communist "L'Humaalte"
said:
"Now that fighting Is ending
in Indochina the world win
know Its firt day of peaw In 24
aes, that is to say, dM the
start of the Japanese aggres-
sion against Ma achura
"If we wish to prolong this
peace we must turn our atten-
tion as swiftly-as posiblgt to the
principal political problems
which divide the states of Eu-
rope and Asia and find for them
a durable solution?
Independent left-wing "Com-
bat" maid:
"Our Premier has mW his
umbetihiable bet ngalIt -
pui.e. hatred and= t That
sueens forecasts to weather es-
jRtht-wing "L'Aurdoa.bsald:
"The nat ion w1 ecognise
that Pierre Maondes-rsacnee con-
ducted tbh agoatl in a
superior way within
the terms of In e to the
National A C tobty
He has shown at Gen-
eva with the authority and dig-
nity of the representative of a
Fret land in servee of a&
ust cause. determined to faith-
fully observe the hpofr of his
alliances."
"Parialen LUbere" said:
"Tance s croesd off the ma3
of Toakinta. Our flag no long floI
over Hanoi.
Wheitay -ena enn
this very uanhapr a fe
after years of a war In wie.
for slo t l g -Ae the
Becesary On" we haveI
failya lea the -aa'
The financial daily 'Le Echos'
said:
"Toda the -rtetn fel at
Geneva aM tMe Inifma War.
The great wIMbro$s day las
(Premier Pirerrr) s -Prae,
acting VIla is**thatno
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First Spoil For

ApproxIm lately 7,500 cubic
yards of earth an] loose rock
nave already been moved from
the top of Contractors AM1 by
the Teco, Corporation In the
preliminary itept towArd the
major job of blasting and mov-
ing some two million cubic yards
of rock.
Work at the hill was began
last weekend with the earth-
moving equipment already r-
celved and assembled. The proj-
ect still In is initial pbase.
The spoil being moved now is be-
Ing used to construct a haul
road from the hill to the old Rio
Grand Reservoir which will be
used ag a poll area.
Meanwhile, construction has
been started on a warehouse sd
shop for the Tecpn Corporatiqp.
These will be located at the Oft
near the foot of Contractor s il.
The warehouse will be usNA
for the store of spare Parts aft
e0Rlpment and the shop Is be-
ingSovlded for the mainten-
ance and repair of equipmwnt.
A a lee ad large shipment Of
earib-aMblhWn aad sPPleuV"S
tery equipment Is scheduled fl
arive aoin the ceamlth
Weekend. It will oni's
drills, blastng, and ha
equipment, and supplemes a

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Judge's Bench


Two important Indlcatlbts
the anaumlimit by 10 mUre.
were each fined $10this
Ing In the Balboa MaglRstrate'S
Court
The offenders were lloyd S.
Bittul, 4year-old American and
CliOrd L astewart. 40. Panama-
ilafl. Stt was driving oar AWM
C-12 Loar at 40 inles in ear.
and Stewart was appreheulded
on Galliard Highway driving I0
Wlr =e.ss driving, 53-yar-
91d American Oa Lee PUrMin
ws fala Purman 0a-
ently lest control of her ear
while driving on Curand u ad.
It travel 128 feet up on the
cuv W., lrmingham, a 40-
year-old Jamauian, was-given .a
suspended se10 nace a lad
lW e a orber
with an rkaS length
Cuataafdot.
A $$'.Ab e M posed
A. ni for driving a
B I -a haste -
of IM jDW d Bam o-s, a -
year-M =uu-a i. 1
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o U1
eestsment of a varitous
The ftit minor bli4
themai Contractors R
dt probably will be do
the firt of the comi
This will be in the natu
para ry work and no
fil Is expected to
for some time.
Blasting on the tuna
sunk into the base of
tractors Hill has been
res now for more thai
but daly light charges
sives are being used for
SomeI local employn
tI e "Contractors Hill
have already been ma
hissare to ben ade
I Me wok progresses, T
I ls have anneuanee
Meanwhile, the Centr
Office Division has tce
ocreeped a large numb
plicatlons. and about ti
fled applicants for ever
job. available have alre
referred to the contract
was announced yeste

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For Midwest IFi
CHICAGO, July 21 (1
man-killing heat wave I
ed a farm disaster toin
west today unless it JI
soon by rain astd cooler
A furnace-hot sun be
on crops in the MWid
Plains again yesterday
the eters soaring @
and the weather bureau
relief was in sight for
five days.
It was so hot at Dan
that flagpole sitter Will
re 24, was drives
Werh after 31 days alO
stayed until Tun
would have broken.the.
ord-
The toll of dead in o
nation's worst i teat
reached 254.
Last week's scorchbe
prsobs and 30 moe w
m a return engagement
lat hisl week.
At the same time th
I in a = lack of rainA
spertad shriveling crop
OtgAto and dryn g
NEtIts, one of th
states, one farmer
hicsens died lan
Said he fost O0
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age 4 thd corn crop a
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BSOTON. July 21 (UP) Wil-
I fdd M, a ew y
nakzchaitt eamnm Iseexkng
podmaes from the unt
,to T.d A, r:-
nature. a tri fe la
urng Pai n fama a myr ago.
MassfiledsuitIMn U.S. District
2e about Crt here aijMst United Fruit
ng week the C I Co.
Ira Of pr_ ie charges te f1= with neg-
Se 7li gence because he was h1t by a
be done rain while cross a dock to
b !i his sh ,the Wa BDerlanga, July
IAthe Con Moss said he suffered severe
Sro- and permanent injuries, inch d-
n weekt the loss of his left ler. His
of explo- t seeks 4,000 froz aUnlted
tijls ob -uit and = 000 fom the
jee ChirqulLand Company.
ad5e mm d
1 2 CerCnony Will Mark

rFal abo ( elury For
eir and
S Ih aStrtl Divsilon
y tvpe of
ady been Acting Gov. H. 0. Paxson,.
nu firm, OSaptain F. A. Munroe. Marine
rday. Director, and' a number of oth-
- er high ranking Canal. Army
wand Navy officials will be pres-
IVe ent at the. formal ceremony to
be held at 11:30 tomorrow morn-
Ing at the Mount Hopi Shipyard
S to celebrate the 50th anniersa-
y of the establishment of the
sultrial Division as part of
El) the Cat organization.
Cap Nbert W. fimerick, filef
UP) A of the Industrial Divialo will
threat"be in Charge of the program
te Mid.- tlch will feature the presenta-

t-5do'w and a talk by Paxsoa. who will
Sd be the main speaker for the oc-
ai presentation of the sat
5 psle es- will be m*de by Mobr
"'m he HBenry E. 'Lewis, acting fore-
another man of the palt shop and .
Sevey, foreman of the ga
S, plant The two have achieve
lamEa' Iara safe7 reord of 50K0-
m hBar& man hours without a lost
from his Ume adgnt.
ft. If he )wng the presentation,
sday be A* acting goveran wUil be In-
ate.t teed by mereuk. The cere-
f wl be eluded with a
e of tiedctioan iven -by Chaplain
waves John Lan.
1nu to Pa=son and
ft a e Bureau offals, promal-
t i the celea lon rati A.
f in-ebt of the Call-


the tennf3lrrw
employessed *
to te Same po t
slon of It.

Govenior Lwut

ForKP MeI.
In Wauhingi.

Governor Sebolt left S S
early this mornlWU fot
Ington, D.C. to attend
Ing of the Bof (of
of the P ia Ca
The quarterly lid'
Board will be bl a
follows a budget t r a
subcommittee of W
at Balboa Hwats:tr
past week. In
Governor, who is f.e
the Company, Directema f
Iag the at e.e
Julian L. ety athvst
meeting** *r
and Charles tIe. -A
from Washfltoa to
meetings wet dwart A,
Aistant to the Seut of
the Army anA W. U. W l*U *
Secretary of the Panama
Company.
Phll L. Steers. Chief of the
Accounting Systems msq
the Office of the
and Leroy Magnusam. ts
Budget Staff, an to II
rne tqca Ow e tr di*
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I would like to do a public service, toaby enlightnin o fflch So I wandered down Whitehall
t a f fcs b out ?he put. o and it into the upper reporters
The records will show that nd trucking firm can haul ton- gallery at the mouee of Comomobs
a nage over the Isthmus, cheaply and u econiom1ealy and p afe- some dea Tlater. An a 'o w
fNot r W re It would take a six-man clrew to haul a 30-car and 2:5 I herd the Labor Dpu .i. t tah 1- +. i
S train over the road, it would re quire 30 truck driver to haul ies hIo a ndar t. t1 a" o,
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ravaU .Cro ivert th d "al frthepresen, andertoneis. y a "pM ote er
ItI we I0h--thesoeorvic ae .n i n leArenferpittsthnewo adul waerhs and hd e e ha gle ea the tdia o _2 m w o rep on'.inth S en.Rat lp. Ud,'o. .
I '16 AInite t 9n r bey 25 Ba e cham er 40 oope .......Wtet b HOydo tt wie ,o ns ulinei tod, ji u We il t ntd"visi n so Ul es oo fhah.ie fi tese d s m i m. U. U A ls
-,h1Ad nd (L ) -e dr8 Mnkaltndrginthrey av ai a!os w id theB" e ly:.tn tt to t w tab, a rohuse"dt of Ph
f -1hoed .n 4 h rTt eamer,, I1T/:Akethe, ro-en..... pilo. "i hlvesht lMae. In m0is da .
WeMMareanra reanda oet o6aaegle'senest home fo qr ers asnatp
Brit"rs-oven*etrko E -ea-C-Wthatt "ne water itst ocook Iscsio ad In aw esehoyashiwng to o. -,h.
3t 1 Sowered 29-and 4itcars Ther6 Is thee -mierru rthearo- oa sdsXth
Aftrt god 19 Sta7s momsw10 111can't eMakinant.usurin R n.(scun ffthfshe h eitgo vett ed teeth paa rVi'a a
4-.-. and L L23 .ecIpie t ti Tray 47 edley bI p tact, left winnd ,. le Lathes n----b "e w s doa beo e "

n o 6Son2 A r 3 -IP 4 i a .at~ t le h as alrea y w t isnot frteS aebae.er t a a i, .
"love. BeWtli itnor nOt,-butc rthy ". -."" o
w e u ave anb, wit us haTsu en b4ecmecars yPbse
I4 TIdLOURVOf,,SoA"tMra t binodUn- fOFm
,ault 4,.he.-. ... wan .... sIN ..I fAi.le re"U, tederal- etis tho c olts will be m = h, however It i.,bee oe aol Cam'-se4u yp
.C oUmNrts French riven tpos(-al,9nor...a-,depends,,.,=on.... k b anyovarabe W at builin p ma gh
14 In l i ne- -Mor.t...l'"a.. ..f"or"td...empres entand 'menti.ned bigw d w n t he saae m e
115 Gom mtoferefugeewrom tne1941aaddenarmeor.un-,"vi' ,-,-e. .tttrf-""

Rei-, -- ,rito tih ] ahnol Pub o RO s in mhrleage wl I0 n elfd oqmnepded .. n f .s w...1 .4 h .IlI
tD- cyHe --ae as -.0e.. thec imate change ntdm liqidating t nll. d drad Wi. theg fuedithviati .i TWdeba
It$ Tam :,Pa.10- B..Inhor Iby.notpermit 1 th sr. Ionernmal_.t s .. b ta _. x y, Shen. ha l'h a. HO M ersha-d i
.20 oandobey....u ".Ad $ o,0-
Mlitaryc26tEssl I em ni.ainer ..h ', -,. e "-"" ""'"-By---C'-lb-qit-'-iW- """t B
ss--inparie theo2 .Mort MYlastva.DLy lau by. for hihwym rt
Menale as ld*e2u Coan.cefBritcstaehviih- e isn'witye t and a tion h oispunresto.... .i -. A.



nr- -r mona that "It wa t c rw ..'hll., of eoure, a l urea. aThis yo1Ur' aic wan eatma td m -
Adam anr to for have pl.a ns. inos0rporatso. rriIn en 815m.l We ld ,0 man n a o m-.
.) "the "(8Mmnys) k$ereIanea to sue- Thie raoorv.."-mrryonU beee he $ b.ta i e Fror pblo odent. ..In
4ee ,", out rd01t must the two fiscal yearl 11is-?, tIe to.M.,
In. &N s ,gd tS.es Attmee praised he ,,ubm ttadto C ois ee tafderal.aprlatBoazpeth.- Aierlcan AsaoclRUO of State
e.in C h aal eAndo new surveyngnowavow
better .a cam ouo60 umSce bbaly .0 bare federorlhfunds are



Members New York Stock Exchan'e MloJI*Hane lb' as w lqe IA3_real w aytanbebult f:r $110' hbag 8fodr thee+ p$j rem h


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Cages Vhist JudeTaidan

To Mark 2th Year On Canal Zone


-0-
Judge Edwrd I, P. Tatelman, "We were relaxing a bit togeth-
r tra at $Cristobal, was lig- er after a sesalon in the District
ed yesterday wh a Court on June 21, 1931 .when you
SCnal Zone attoreys, were _utifled of your appointment,I
b U. 8. District JudgeJudge. You literally went from
a owt, gathered at the ebar t the bench that day al-
l t atrate' Court to ough I am not sure if that bar
Mark the2th univers of .is Panama City is still in exist-
admisgion to the qCnal Bar. ence."
l Judge Tatelman, whose pres.
William J. Sheridan, Jr., preld. enee in the courtroom as presid-.
dent of the 1 r Asociation, spoke Ing magistrate had been "de-
in glowing terms of Judge Tatel handed without previous oral orI
man's long and g o- tta ca- written entice, told the attoruys
eer as attorney and judge. e re- that his stayon the Canal Zone
marked that' the Judge's stay o an d in the Republc of Panama
these hores had been of great d bee mo happy due in greatI
benefit to all Isthmlan commual- part to such. i e and able repre-
tUi and Op* -that he would re-sentatives of the legal profession.
masjn for my more years. Iate. each of the attorneys per-I
Dr. L, 8. Car -oldest bonally greeted and congratulated
practi in Sommenutl t juge.
anl d .a1 am=atthe remoy wern


& ot Alevle, N. C., tS the
in the farm world 'Bust*
dl Ith rar_


one of I lwani victims last night.
Old timer alsog the Outer
onks -aad ~twas the. first time
they ev"r- 'arimibered anyone
salvaiCa.p- 1 aIjn the choppy


seas In tnohel v Hatteras ar
Il pr worth w. ..
UPCanipe, 40h k E. Cani
@ "Wre o A woked two-datha with win
. f.I..L...i-_". H ,r ea *nd achror Bafrt freelng'l
CiONglmba l e lS.oot Om a Baban from t
-J- .The 1,2S0-ton Honduran freig
n er raq aground near here May
I crewmen were rescued by t
Coast Guard.
At the V60-JWB.liA Balboa on The Cantl, a mountain fat
Monday at4*15 p.m., Luis Carlos ly from Cleveland County, n
Garcia Gom tone will be sell automobile in Havelock.
preSentedIn concert hired a tWA twmn Norfolk to P
Prof. Hans Janowits, will be the vessel into deep water
his accompanist. Garcia Gomez *
Is at present a professor of voice
Instruction at the 06nservatory
In Bogota, Colombia..
A native son of Colombia, he
haa met with success on concert
tour both In his own country and
abroad. Last season, on tour of
Rutope, he sang in concert, ora-
torio and in opera, appearing Inl
England Italy, Autria and oth-
er countrea where he received "l. .
much acclaim for his versatility
and technique.
Ohmqral admission Is $1 and,
50 cents for students. There sI About tOe oniy -r.-.ae
no admsso. charge for mill- .af ofwom oc,,nw., sa


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Dicks Was Hung
OLYMPIA, Wash., July 21 (UP)
--A pLaonr of war who cast UliI
lot with t CAmamusts and re-
fused reatrlatson In Korea be.
lieves hI wi be "hng like they
did the other felOw who went
home" shou return to his na-
tive land.
dMr. Jewel Bell of ISlyear-
old Otho Bell; naid today she has
received auumsMon letters from
her husband *qdatt he thinks
two men who Rnirhd Cpl. Md.
ward Dick=u on .m Capl. Claude
Batchelor avie bea hanged by
United States a ehotles.
She said Bel's Utte from Pei.
ping, China, have asked her and
her young daulbt, .Paula, to go
to China and be with him.
"I told him I would have no part
of that because I dut believe in
.their way v life," e said.
Mrs. Bell said she. haa been told
local Communfta will make an of-
fer to AhiD her to Red China but
so far she has not been approach.
ed.


h ideallM yMdi b6f
simple dnj ais .


easily yom e om w Adh.


Toup ete.m ki..
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THI U a ar

PRENE SIL VER CENTIN t
STORE 161 CENTRAL AVENUE, PA
IT I A PLEASURE TO PRK IN FRONT O '-
CA8A V RASxTUC NOW.
WE WILL GLADLY. PAY YOUR PARKING NiPNPI.


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w-din Patterson'

nr bel Lom namt-
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PU efoa.
Ud tbte "rpeople-
aitO 'bur aad steal






Phane City's law
phentx City's law


.mu ach the color
Sf yowr es with
your dre..


Rev Raymond A. ra

Tor and s family will

Swvke AM 60boa
the United Stats on Ja U
eChur announced today thai
fareel se-vic will ne condC
Sby thewo ears. aymond A. r the
Sunday morning at 10:30 4.m.
prsted and his family willcqu
rthe United States on July
Coming to the resthmus in r1
he erd Union Church congre
timn Jo"ntly In Gajnboa and 0
I for two years. For the past
years he as served the OGan
Union Church alone, during wt
time the church edifice was c
structed and the manse acqul
and rebuilt.
Rev, Gray submitted his re
nation to cor cngregation recf
ly.JHe expect tosettle In I
TJersey, were se. spent s o
years in the pastorate of Calv


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taro. Cbasr A. ureitac, i
Frake'. David A. Leon, a con
stable. brmn Brooks.
Tatelman was fIWst admitted to
practice in Massachusotto a nd
Tenesasee, He entered the Canal
Zone Bar on motion When his pa
prs were signed by 3nitad Statea
District Judge James J. Lenihax
on July 17, 1929. He. became AI
member of the bar of the Repub
lie of Panama o0 March 71,93
and was admitted to raoctice e
fore the the Supreme Court of th(i
11-!A|-J RAde a.ft Amvfoz nn*jh W- av


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IUDEBAKES NEW CONESTOGA STATION WAGON


iUct. 9 of the same yer. -
,ray TIas is the DNETOGA, the humime ew, an-lt" tatimf
The |*sn g I M Air- lb lateda hoIs19ns84in56 line. Dosinl d *"'fee
sail h* peop whapge b *t 3amseblng hqek mommoris a the early
30. 7 A.priea plii--. "went plao" ia the original blhkp.drawn
USED and E.ILT Cne.tow r.o.ee tha m aetuy sm ,. many of wbil'w, bugl
9'. *by the f em lng endebakew brother. The mnstaton wages l savl.
ic-; FURNITURE eI uInabotn d i."ea ssm dthe Cepad v.&
ur TROPICAL MOTORS
I Hrwousehod TROPICAL MOTORS INC.


ired

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and


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"am r ias) J y c saw
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Exchange (HX)
Tables (421 z N") .... 14-0
Dining Chairs ......... LU
Double Beds ......... 2. ,00
%B ed ................ .00
%3 Beds .............. 10.
Living Reem Suite ..... 2M.
Mah Dinitag Table
Metal Dit Table
with 4 ChaMi ........ 45."0
China Clesets .......... 25.00
Wardrobe ............ 4..0.0
Sldebeards ............ IS."
Immeresprig MatteiMes
(comptely rebhdt) 39.
Vanity with Large
MirrT ............. 45A.
ALSO N10 BARGAINS IN
RXKIG0ERATO1M-
ase TYot Curmtn
OomereNees Cn
Card for the 9 m0 H
Dewn Paymein


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Tela.. 2.2086 and 2.3172


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FLOOR AND TABLE LAMPS


Formerly


$4.95

10.50

27.50

38.00


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PHOSFERINE
m G'Wst of .al Tuwic "
P-'-5FERINE a re-dy wudeftd thio mbf
the wak mwd Milin, die caot ad
run-do I ttreagthsc yearavhela, yu
viliy. Get PHOSP Bey.

DUILITY, LOOsFAPpgTIKlND I ON,
PHS SERINE ui"Akhm


NOW

$ 2.95

$ 5.95

16.50

24.00


Formerly
'Whirlpool" Clothes Dryers ,................... 835.00
"Master Orand3" Small Washing Machine
wIth wringer .........................t.... 65.00
"Whirlpool" Baby Washer with wringer ......... 95.00
"Bylvania" Portable Radios ..........;....... 50.00
"Sylv-nia" Clock Radios ...................... 52.50
"Regina" Electrlkbrooma .................... "0.00
"Hoover" Vacuum Cleaners (No. 119) ......... 70.00
"Manning-Bowman" Coffee Service ............ 35.00
"Mannlag.Bowman" Waffle Baker .............. 35.00
"Mann ing-wman" Table Broiler .............. 37.00
"Andes" Portable Electric Sewing Machine .... 130.00
"Holllwood" Deep Fat Fryers ................. 3l4
"Holliwood" Table Broilers .................... 36.20
"Cory" Coffee grindersa ................. .. 35.00
"Cory" Electric Knife Sharpeners .. .......... .50
"Nicro" Coffee Makers ........................ 17.50
"Knapp-Monarch" Food Mixers .............. 40.00
"Tap-A-Glass" water taps for refrigerators ... 5.75
"Berst.e" Hair Dryers .................... 14.50
"De-Frot Automatic" defrosters ............. 12.95
"Broil-Qulk" broller-barbecuer ............... 59.95
"Gilbert" Hand Vacuum Cleaner ............... 19.50
Bar Jinggers ................................... 2.35
Bar Ice Tongs ............ ......... ...... 3.25
"Camfield" Toster & Gilt et ................. 43.50
Handy Sanders ................................. 1.85
"Watson" Iron Cord Guides ................. 2.25
"Julcerete" Orange Juicer .................. 4.30
"Knife-0-Mat" Wall Knife Sharpeners ....... 0.2
"Durabilt" Automatic Irons .................... 12.00
"Durablit" Travel Irons 115V .................. 9.75
"Wartah" Steam Irons ..................... 50
"Zero" Fans No. 1265-R (10" oc.)............ 24


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bidding of today's hand was
1 asmeA ontable, but there %.as a 1-, ,- m_ c
f law in tee play. South's 7 Sh ii_
M, Of one no-trump show-
need distribution lid 16 to Wy sugpitions on h Ifo stop this thIlig -will be
it lidO rth's raise to two no- Dprealated" I
traump eahowed balanced distribu.
tionith a or 9 points. South F
was eiw et in going on to ame
even though he thereby reae Empty Capsule Factor
same contract with only 2 points nem d t
tye e combined bands.Is-about"a
tp C fiveofhearts,*to. pro totyp o the
dclar won !n dummy with n Bas o ismes doll. was created in
ai q iu rB ain order to start the tto .qust from Mrs.
"itabs..The queen of clubs forced" ChUrl- l.o fLondon, Balnd,
t West's ace, and West led an-I The d ll has a complete ward-
r heart. d CHICAGO-- (UP) -One of the dtoor must use two capsules, be, and acessorie, .mile to
South won the second l i t with latest developments of the atomleac ern said, because radoactivity 5nla by top firms. ,
Sking and bad to get s.dummny age is a eCpsule that any patient diminishes with time.
to lead clubs again. When South would swear was empty.
led a dmond to dummy's king, Actually It contains a minute Pilot Capsules mine what percentage was ab-
East properly refused to win the amount of radioactive iodine, so lit. sorbed by the thyroid.
Irte Declarer led another club ti itCocannt be wtehebd. AIl of the capsules in each bet. Tabern paid that at preselt the
was allred to inthet k D.Dona slee L. itbern of Ab- tlewere produced at the ame capsules re distributed th t inldt
bi Jack. A thd round Of bott Lbrtories said the radio- time and are equally radioactive tohospials and research=
kpO!e4 out East'S iodine coUe. from one of the au- at any given momer.. ics. Be said they are. usul in da.
wreor's last hrt l leThe capsules e are belg sedin To make the test, the doiter o e orw of th d, and
this stage, declared l basal metabolism tests, he said, places one "pilot" a ule ain n anh the re l throld
waeb In the ydmn he and provide ou.re accurate results lucite cylinder, ro the diamr- o"S
0 0onveniiut way to' than older ethods. eter of the average human neck. The distributionoft
bl to I leths e Tabln ad Abbott hadevised patient swallows a second involves rsh ipmen
Nb iestpo a method of Inntolvesr Into each e. air. es of the di minis
trick asali, = 01 Capsuale an unw and liIn l.2%,ad`ns. air. boarO of th dihive
sp a61uth net T the ri v slble amount of radio odine, e doctor later trains his coun. factor anything radioactive.
but East reI*utag t trek'which i eials to the capsgle's inner trIon the lucit cylinder or The of radioactive
Sdal g"phantom'" and fid out how lodle is e eight days.
t we lls es il~th toirdotOWsAh taD. hl ch iadioactivity woudd be left
li twoe elb ftei, Aull he said Itw ould bei thecapsule swallowed by the The U. S. nati onal health bill,
i "'nd.Id i milk- to g po wde a iped iaenL including medical and dentl goods
eOl a : mie* ugard ptowdth er, ba t if the and services for the year 195 .
6 .ii ofcapsule .were broken the radio-ac Then, by training the device on was $10^0,P000, a fa il ve ra
t ive iwder, would spill the patient's throat, he can deter- of f .t
'the S implied Test
Se"ligould FnLoTA eERC NTE
to s noAtoier or atioent, TabrP. NTE



tdi i he queen *. alorb in e. measueri the
toehd., bit he.wodi tiled have sb tor cantel whether the thyroid is
tp king ote spades fnsc tioning normally. Houston and New Oreons
1i9d y e dnpcwt of spades woeu With the radioactive capsules
thQi d a sure etry. the tes is imple, T abor sai. aln: very Ten Days for:
.m .A paTent swallows a capsule iand v
Sont*p, =* ,nt it mns New York- Philadelphia Baltimorey
g devise similar to a Geiger courter,%
o shis neck. (Gulf Vessels esl at VERACRUZ sd TAMPICO
r 1M s Up' The device, known as a scintill a- (M iii 11 ) every A Uiz weeks)I
h tion counter and 100 times more (X3 ) every Ii wonb)
bes tive than the Geiger counter, APPLY
__jov hoO Imoeiwev aouh rFA pe-. unpred measures the radio. ..
This wondermedicine MIs HOR fom the patient's tyroid, Wlfrd &gMcIay, Inc.
Saoi feel U aIU re roItl andi tells the physician how much t Wle ldn, Crltobl C. ,
lt outsrupton. of the iodine was absorbed. T =PAIOE : CI STO5AL M6 17.I -$ U
ii. Imm.a.Me To make the test accurate, theL


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seb wfe L. ."a o"s both pyn have a pair of famed locally the Souewet %rt "% -by. today, some seroualy, when a
k iwtise ,.. ig ht, and a deou fee t -foot lawn the "tAt yEd" of a pentammee built crowded bus and an army tank *'hym g
Sa ai two r the owner Edward CX. Under it a-lamb od is a WASHINO l B) llded on the hiw nuea or
wL~ a u' th e (a ilet g Qx d i motw Co- netU Rancho Syer Airport.

SCl mBe posed h s ontthea Free World aa 1; two-
b)sarh'r hthW d t o- slii orseve nt eb tal-Ae Or s at a ewealso wanf t yoto lie, chnieldre ve
a s .r t?.... o l oi at oanh ohea ar td I I N ew ent wi un fom ml belt d. a

t2 h*a, veuSedtelwo tfu ,,saod ldi .s a
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,re *. A.- s... .. d eve, ne... S soviet literature and "the struggl. IMEn BOuNY U deigned by FW kii Wrr .
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P -SLE -GE 60-cl wrer. FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker 2- FOR SALE:-Cocker Sn i 1S ppfq cool El V il Only
t washnlgiochine ithtimer door.Cash only. Tel. PataW 3. month old, with Pled ingree-"Ckn.s 'm ferry. Newly re mod.el e ..-'.
1'G vcuum can with at- 334. 8 to 5. or 3-5320 evsninls. Vrinoria D. Fernindel," 50th urg cafhd mnapw se40r r '' g-41 thgsl MF.
vareet No.37 cleanrwitTa-veIi A.we.- a
I q rvn ss525: dreomll dining table i &FOR CSALE, -' o lP ntac 2-door. S- ----------7 Agenc, 8tA to A L G e W S S....
$31 wicker racker $1. House 2111 wvi/s/w tires. Very good condition FOR SALE:-BSA Sear Twin, termsTkeroim'
A, CuruiS .-. .$800 Phone Albrook '2232. rs. 'mahogany piano bench $10. A787- abn ifCrro Campono
SSAl- E .eputiful Cuban ling- I 257-A. Balboa. Phone 2-2394.. ___TC Io SVwff rf. .,
.' k.A et. ter low prS.ch ,, POA SALE:- 1950 Oldsa le.76 4- FOR SALE:--Perfection gas stove, cost e 'nn .
S_ door sedan, Hydrarmatic, radio, un- $195, used 4 months $80; abe l oni de cottgs.. Santa he. .
E 9-cubic feet Weting- dercoated. Low mileage. Excellent bows and arros,. cheap. Cuba Ave- C w 435, helboo... ''''
W. .b.I, al porcelain. $'5. codtion. 2-4104. nFue No. 6. Apt. 2. m4 Ct ai .:
:Diablo2-34+n.AFORSbLE:-3 l+ ivr Coiwerti- FOR SALE:-Like new, 16mm Sole 1 Aifl1*-0 i Clama Beachcejs RPnt1J
l is, 3,00ei -sOwner leaving.-reasonableprice. Col-4117 be Ef arg "".ero tion. A
cr atts & oode Buggy Phone 3.0547 "Mdurio" -uild. teen 12 -.1:30 and 6 7 p.m. Modaees rstee Phone 6-441 .
I... ne. FO SALE -1953 Ford Fordor Cus- abse duty paid 1947 Noash 4-doc 5r o, one m pst wp~i lte iCod
'FO -'ZE.---Kifchen table$3 : 2'- Im'ime. w/s/wi 8.700 miles. Phone $250; good 4-burner as stove AIj bY uhe wlcal lCompany
oe. Ph ,to develop _.g m I .
;70, mopl chair $1. Tel. Balbo fn odo -Stron.__ __ FOR SALE. Dog, Brendal Scotty, SH-RAPN furnished house on li lu t rental cbtole based on 'conm- ly ..i I lttl e t te S.
: : '34ec9. iFOR SALE5--Cfosl0v. Sport Car, good registered. House 2162-A, Curu beech at anta Clar nd a cobin ptabillty.ith hoam oa the &h i f 1 for tele o
"-; .n anted I ,,echanical cmgtcon5itisn $250. First du or phone 83-4205. COOL Cjrro Campana Mountains. Mo Rdeb0 s bi .* ma, eor Tf u, the lum at wll ba
SWanted King midget car on Isthmus. brandT FR SALECns Hrt Moun l Tephone THOMPSON, BolbtoaB 0j. S. Webd 14 epreuentatlves Am n echo for children e nsxtirtoo w
FOR SAot oua--CanaiiesvHicrtzhMaue-fTlO,,forochildren
S.....-- I '. nt duty pd 800. Both can fain Rollers, good breeders; 2.strod 1772 evenings. Of9theLoeteeCiTicCOm e oilno3 f. the
S ED: Good londress. Aoplif be tier) at 7434.. Enterprise Plce,. bamboo st, 6 pieces, reason- FOR stRENT yey0brdu.r .t bmee:t, the Go- e
No. 13, upstairs, Facisco F Baloo. Phohe 2.2791 from p.m. able. R-2D, Rousseau, C.n FPORRENTnAouut. trltliW olln. Xd*i urPs titeoff- and J o bo ye
S-iear, Vista Hermosa to 6,p.m. Designed and _tila__ered ernor _nonce' tuition I0, dJ _.lor Col. _beJed.
rate.for p Laftn Amerilcan ew -8are defi* for9ott kb
FORodan'. od condition, Hydr. tic FOR RENT *.,t,',, .- .SS ,.. s e ., o. w m
J od, on 900. Call 2-1442 or furniATTi Jupartments mon 'two points of 'pol U not*emoyen re n Aes nd drain
tMoorevel o 3150 Houses SndrTem, prt d '-I GEO. F. NOVE, MeC. i--S hAne b^taso
...._ 2_-_1_ _o __bedroom, hot, cold water.-Tel- GEO.R F. omm*1y ne United.
FI SAL'i: -Sacrifice Triumph IFOR SALE d arbt-Sebt
R SALE: Srie Triuph TFOR SALE -1952 Mercury hardtop, FOR RENT--From August 15 thru phone Panama 3-4941. .., Sta te, LtheW oro told the justMent nonoMrnmnit must Wytt, Cil
i rd, like new. Call 2-4479 ofter Ex'cellent condition, radio, heter, November 15, beautifully furnished FOR REiR: -- urnished and unfur. 2 Central .- TpL .411 Cic r In determine emplanye for *non-esMldeat on the 5r's hb
4 5 new tire. -,directional lihts. 2-bedroom house in best residential nished 2-room modern apartments. I rites f : rnment-owned ate end. of the first month of Other te
S I 450 Coal 2:1442 or 25-3150. section; one bedroom air-condition- Contact Alhambra Apartments, 10 th housl.im quartet Insl loe', V ttIe enrollment the terima
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrojt 4-door, ed. Kitchen utensils, dishes. etc. Street, Tekl, 386. Colon. "A 'rCiid ent reeo- wcll be cloed e nry'te port. t ha
S radio. Eicallent, buy at bor ln included. No. 3, .52nd Street. Tel, .I Rl .A ortm nt above C..n- oKf l O efla, + .o.. 2.e wertoaqueston from btal bilO thrpBh l5 r
prtcg" Panr FO" 1 586 'tsr "0 3-0' 38B FRfrlNTh-JLAprtmenteaboveCan' ( goRaibwCeeao lw.thdll .o, no t

y' .^fllBl uader 30nw000 eIesd wfl tir house in Bello Vista. enclosed yard. FOR RENT: Modem two-bedrpem sLfiL7ti '1 houstne fh n pWIaofttPansd w the bze ruutae
SSd A'2 e rt rtre ICallAvd2iable for three months cor- otn~r dt, 5st Set No.42,For 1 ble.k l-A s Te p .et i rvechoo p ed to con-
r. p vernillo mincrin July 21st Phone 3-3477, father det ilscall Zubletao:3-802 the Com local rate houI tinue iIn th Latin Ameran gaI Ri p
e. p0.ireet N;lAoq office hours; 3-2765 ofter 5 p.m, or 3-3337. lheIta copn o ro*dti o yieamtr on a
S;.' e" t FOR.FOR RENT:- Furnished apart mets. -,y dp othfic.
l j' R"SA'il FOR RENT-Modern h W bed-, y fumi-re, government in4 ct-' SLIPCOVERS -s, ,o bsa s of spa h"a. T-hismo-bbn
'' '.4 FER MWrd, w.T roo, ,b.,r omt lytr, kitchn;,dmaid's ed and scr.ened. Cal Panama 3- r 'In 1i -te e l
U P S5 room, arree. hot water. Telephone 3404. REUPHOLTSER Thnale ox enS enrolh l lm cooao t + C -
ELt ts In Las Angel-. oVae. loe FOR RENT: Cool three-bedrb2m J-H TRIWd be hh
wasw ..1* .ly 1w.b1T5m'TT -'Cen-' REaT- Cleq n, comfortable men i oncd ho. ed O 1 i Z Or.b
6405-- 1'" Street, oppite Trelyol The- IlAromin. e5aadtdStree with both. ,4 ZFo -r ThUD. -N mes to ti
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Phone 3-433. .TRANSPORTES t.ota bid ofU ". "
-e FOR RENT: -TWO-bedroom n BAXTER Im th a reOa
ment, rrield's room, garage, -0-A. IM, gtu
bakonylth very nood visibility int' Paker, S ippe gM 0Ao, oD@.y t
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ar chool FOR RENT: Completely furnished 804 after09 onutracts i g FPanaga, J. Wsoan, t.T
buildingg upstairs apCartlet iet a two-famnly Tea elle in Cool united ult Co., -Cf
iathle house: Lfving-dmnirom, kitThen. 1Bu iie,4 38mF V At. AItibrISi fe -gg aPtanJu -e -
for 1M 2 bedrooms, independent mPaiWs t e -aon wroofand. JuTodd,' dce t r of- ..w a
aces, yas room, garag telephone, hot water 4l L' ee .orl ebhouser UD '. I ata
playground and complete boBthron. Indep*nd- e r e n "' I '. ..
ent entrance 1 t aortment. Situated,,epe w wFa-tr n "
at "El ConrWt---nar Hotel El rm "uc nd w ". china War -
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m FOR RENT:- Beautiful onen PET SHOP na w
apartment (furnished or unfurn putad p thaeulalt lr.M.
-21i (P) ed Splendid lqatior). 43id Street I I TOC: of p&rwaa i
-x. t q No 13. Parrot cages $22.50 ea. nrech mand
Wsme e03pS FOR-RENT:-Aparfnent, Building 14, 4 VIVEspaWA Tel, 3-5411MQt AN11 In
isat source apartment 2-C, Tivol Aveue, one (de Central de Lecherlas)
bMh st block from Miean Post Office. Tel- .'..nTB1
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cent of $90. Bello Vitt. Call 3-0934. SnF 1tabandAon A
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n ngIn- Juan de Is Cruz Peres, -m'- e fleko, at --
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tAnddr- FOR RENT:-9O or month, beau- s="teed f0iDorrow in the CrR Ulot was oaof unt l&aft- C
g the Agri- tully fu nise, private bth, toab dIvllon of the U A. -DAat -Im
Scivil de- double couhs, sicbox. stve, kitch- trct COUrt. A wd 'AMK .
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a OrdWWWA. WM Will b tfrte- INBv 1 a
-loiS'h o sb lt le selecting Just tie little Ni taekIs always seek. can be a dole tg co cabinet for abmetg eonia (.
bsi. t Aidan h lag toLber ui pea_ the par.s strings. If e.-.aked to or handker ef to be aletia.
IW w- 11tro~od bariesaa wll be appre- an hnoeat an who became the "Sad art" s. secretary In- tl. on asks for s g
.tout 71 g, 5l. viethms a Nazi ieplore Because terl_ Ielay's w. s, "the.y de't elon Mrs., M y. "e.
f a series at oder be deduces eliethat as wives of cabinetcOle used to re.eive almilla.re.
rthat a plot against aUtlter mt be members we e up with quests when Mr. McKa gov-
Sunderway, and the reader realoes lsk ati home, or Instance,.I ornor.
with a setseM gresJa hrrethinI it's ezpectn too much to Of courier there ade cabinet
that -he is prspidarg his own ast us to be on a iding funde wives who sounded neither ou-
idea. .. e.", s or disturbed by appel.
--Fw We Ao Fra a To ep u ie t ives alo wen't iso farw as to nsaa o
N err rT pso adualt theqy 50l 5a.i .1 d .d o't4 think there were so m
n.ree, the rit to books in aeals hesp m a -for d Whetheur they like it .. ,
-Marueri tO i .oof mas. however, the cabinet digs dI n ".
Oio alteea neF dcrbd A er with Mrs. h ooer twice. One for charities home
".... j I buy I h e ,.ec w _if r, aais oohe an onee for causes in th\Capultl.

Ipotc..'-and-L. Breve Pur- requests a week. Mrs. D u e A dvi" tat uses rad~htd body
,-. .. a) Allis' third wouldW r nathe h ve mere to those eat to open doors to hotels. nr
O, novl, cailp e Ues t o r in w ihch m.iapita owo._ to e e ow rostaur.t kitchen has '
#Btterms of a in peram aidgodcaays her doesn't rented. It consists of a b
a..-x/, patsn-tr-o &h e to alladteves. t -h Ns a device whose e.lectica eh







"7, am61iMLa
rIea~i~ ~ fe c.angwes shareplyw on,


stor i MImnad b has. bat Mu. .s Kis lsso uthgCaeA eydmo aswer
Pittheanttoeahoe'elw th at, ea adu toeh e t ton i'm rae
ll. on. salanwi wher csome adm at i acth -



cm keep ali],ach l b I.. ,al. .latatHowietln tlhen tha half otr/nalAdepth. icarnhepto



.. F o,.... TO--rdeE ,E : 5TAI91
dr aw& bo.s*h"6- a s e tradl.asi cueit os t oms4' tl te d'u hoe, i
mas. a Imbae ad fatthinkabl e that onhe it -ba so u t he M



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I Ready To Copete Th Standin

3-Day Tournament IWNL.Ao
New York 61 30 .870"-
I- B5o4ky 4 37 i'
S- o Cincinnati 47 4 1 t
I Milwaukee e 44 .4t1 14
.Ae 195& Junidr Golf Cham- generously donated the ienPhiladelphia 43 43 ..SM I
d& tieIsh 41 gets un-Meat Market and Loa 43 46
0 moro hieorning at de Isa uar la. of the0s. 0u i s 4 40 I
W at at efanama Golf tional Brew Pitteburgh 29 01.31%
S hen t rey 35 The publish cod invid TD
the Republic' mornings o ulr 23,33 and 24 Brooklyn at CincinoW (N)
:aa Sa e tee-off and o.ear on Ir favorites. Philadelphia at Milwsakee (N)
S b yo yo r un.io st girl' Anibal Mac a 1n, e Panjma New York at Ch
S i 1110.- end h g ist'honor of Pro, has the course bea tiul Pittsburgh at 8t. l ),
to lad iowill take first shape for the play had some
*.In the senin boys' 54-hole mighty fine golf can be exped !EMTERDA' rUT
l yMlight.. from seiv- of these AY on N. y. 000 000.010000 11 1 .
these youngsterA will be stars. CincI. 000 010 000 0000-1 32
I'Si Sl for B-ime fine prizes ol
b een pe sly do- Any Sdor golf wishing to Antonelli (14-2) and Weatrumn,

bior boys will also be porting to chairman Des Londes
g for a noasible oppor- at the Tee Hpuse of the Pan- Brooklyn 106 000 0100-2 8 1
to be sponsore to the Pma Club by 8:30 am. on July Chicago 101 000 0001-3 10 3.
Sbst"a Jayee Junior,22. the opening day of the tour-
t at Albuoera ue next nament. Pall, Woje_ (0-11 ., Hughes
-'ti here the victors cva n wini tla atno e th and Campanela. Mi" (-6)
S0I scholearshi4. a trip to Italso-annou ancd the and Tappe.
oe oa world satch ad A u al golf classes for unior
in&quMtjondl recognition as amheld at amnboa on r (Nia fNhGame)
y Iue golfer. mornings will be cancelled this p_-16elphla 000 000 1014 8 1
kaddtion to ae list of prizes week only account of the tour- W Louls 400 000 IOx-4 5 0
aI..: ima nl ren ybenublish- nement. aImmons (8-8), Constan and "
S' In these r r1 'I In rn ti ak .i addix (14-6), 1i to ,ta e.
*ort 'antihe yong shirtfor a 9;5 the Peninge d ay a was the 'w ner. Dr. ", b g ad secondeasrgt Abbott,
i -ing laties flight and the Ft. lows: Only games scheduled. tWit4. (Leift orl) Ab t.. fourth b
irts fto thpie pitabl eO 1954 Junior Championship A P MERICAN LE AG o a I 1ntead i a a. ria. Ann* a.- Saot.
be distributed for certain blinds Teams W L







par sTO Get Prizes Saturdav


'o.q w t the puisn loys No. t. ord (4) nd Brr nof eC rd a orthe rated

V*l'lI alol throughout the tourna-1 8:30 a m.-We ley Young. AgeBNoston G 3 70i.4,38rs
.'"n the "Te0 Hou~1. lbo. Albero P a R odr- i ( tMlnee of .e. ni .to t t whia.eh2 1and r t le oB-wn n .
At presented th GIBL 4. FHT aot 0 an 10i- 1 MBaltimore 3l t. Bar .6
fkr q- .ib I o Philadelphia3000 of0 nl ) 1 30 -rd EW639r, MerBtIO Brok. s on wI hi ncolo,
|j f 06 thNavalI ., A r7.mPedr o Miguel. Dick 5MDA'S! G AMES. .M .ne




B,8- -" "% ,.". mabor Jane JMer.i Bo albat, t uCago a-t N w York .-lzSoes 51 PoinsSS.. ,
B t nde of i BalbaJac Oraich. Age 16. Gamboa. D-on Baltimore at Washington (N





of Pedro Miguel. Dick R d. A.Age 12. Panama. lveld at os Pe f. rlon at




r Dk.P ^ eveladBo st. n A aval Staou on Moves.,q







1 m n. J M o -Fa.Dirit. a... .iladel, ia -N). d',
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,H ar80k ( 1- U Atliketbtll Leata ey have sufer d lr eeu of 1 d a tour-gMp 5
w'h-- W L t. r eeallyto. MAelp vA14.PaaiaW bSs
irls fl it could be Age10.J.. i, .th =.D., = r.Drenan...

SdGUI Pon- Age dAncon. ,SL O Get Prizes Saturd a- .Tas:available
I l a, Lynn ones of. Baboa or. (N1i01u Game) athee Dla Col.) tB











at nn Jon::e s Oflzer oreI IIIPolnf
d t e storY will not Ag 6. Balboa. Jorge Paz Ro- Keegan 12-5), ai n for this Pal 4 w aine rounded to it' t ell e.' ._


the last putt In digues. Age 15. Paam. Batts. Ford (9-4) and rra.pawilll Powe u Life CHCAGO1 a
nen Pofth r... Dunlop T NV STO I r O nate Jolt- -e






Sngpatcuft 9:05 a.o..Ii t. e r A new I a(Non high 3 aLo TOs an n- an









reVillpheI he Hous.16 h la iw enf h dPzt y indiv h u1 Jw11 M1M The 1954 campacd u f-. of the At. ..... h w ..atw








to^ 110001; urd,%ju 24. Ag 14. PaLadma ent.yJfoneenysC.tt and me cenrul ofgeiv eh ei ta iant.c BaMketball LeaIue has plet B 1MIl.
.L" M.I e.C an tAi.on Pa n.to al ve w. o re ably two more pnn nAghn thi T Chca" Dany Me to be


















: of S pitgew partici- ells for 51 pled to the be completed and 010 the de. I0i0 re0l0e00-
ST"e wino.e defd tL-ug. not of -alemath att h od
e'tBO. 1 00 000 10 21 11 T0 D0re _et w .l,
30Duaean .A (rayem all5. Gpoclght will(Woodrufnfghthe's otal B og was mshe



ba, mu",rort. Jane0 J enisa 10 s5. Balbo a.L t tith tth. h'/th. ___"-" sy the,





4,he0 a -of eue Vcr raldb, 13.poind Game) Ste ourScores"-ut- th-an r was his
that ALa n' b .tet from Naval Staation andvUi i
bO. lONLY"a. UHa. Cl..ayon Ba.li mr en .01 nt adae e00-




















^KIGUSTAV FROHLIC lad i outot the th 1his OW = 0 0's& 1i7 1 la onte t*l the t'
H^&^rJ (lAV rKUatslsn -9) a rdze osonts .la *" StWiannr one. n i
WILDEGARD KNEF 9.0AY MILLAND. ToGhea ne .i(5-10), ra.'dhe d po. ee, 'sil
ant .d ,=,-t. Blo A. rohhAd1 l et Awayp,- Fro Tt eJ -eao Jn L lt




Pam Carrp_ LENEr.BDAJL. rIamtk ciI ,a t"
(Boed ame) rsoularhank obe'. ween I fhis'nI












SV e13 t bal t 1 "Ie tIin p n .tis
bo paMi Thasp15Ft. C ayton..Batemo ..e.N00 l"00ast0-1s8 roed1 r0sttsa ois c .
Wsi ton 040 1000x9i0ii.nr the program_.ldes ev poin. o
at 2:-0 *o._V ,do Isw e m an (9-19),1Dn tO'Dellwoner oA ..... .
for- -.' --. .-I M.( .od Na vel S po ring-
ta aetobcmeddi1 u.)i.f Away From." TitPpyehelye w.
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"r ther Aadon Nav a.niAwl ewt. he -"note ogames L esi
.GU.-OAi F. OHLICHI- io- e |. ._p rize.. D .O3 hav n%!t, haver ae-est
H I Ga.WA=NtF otherLhtnde, Doris f"Hoive, ,_ s,-hK
04M ul theno20Jerry nearlyI20 aitspram e, ss uit prviu
2nd! l ..= I'lk t- M a" Asew Ayp ehad, 1. U r-j"- ql ens faoter,. .. ... ''--'uns a--pegt' :... --
'. to. .'igh nWQ $O to- puwbe?xu ~Lees
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-~~~ti = senDnAETA sza
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lel the Ysweow by oWr percent-
h yaum :.who beat the
tWdMi-e le Sex, 4-1,
A)a" Nabbmhei with
Mew igauem, showered *ad
dr&*euk bebtre the Bnd
8ax-X1adtu tau" Was hafted.
Now York vw azsaiousy a-
waltlfe to take over the Amer-
ican Leigue load. If Cleveland


AVlWr, thb Yanke, would
beea. o.top t hf..
Avila a-ve the IndWaa
fnt uran with a fArst i
homer, te -,wallopw ed tw
homer v-ith. tw* out $n he
to Utie the store. Mdike 0
Atated. fbr tthe Tnd ,
Narleaki hftrled the t5Sn
Don Mati limited B mt
three ht from the 10thlb
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fdole n eo a b t ewnen pk bouf th 1 Now mrk

o Sa _er n c c5 b aoo wasa a Ie g ag s I ctui 1


ope- eao Daniel allft the.ob- s du
"e W*e -o"ot mei s.'




cou bu.. I the % an to stop ,oe sc a,
n-ii Of q l l fng has bent Put o ,


frh nhA V6 oo .e s, e wa, ltpt h r u oreth e ter, But
e osw s etr, bao guy Who ol




on Ber u PHr th. thmoe uit ae ,bndt ed the h on
Sh a a o of P OLt was see Wit h the season more than half
,.. ',..Wha a Chi_ mame : I= ., a. .. TV ",.. Ing in t-it a.wt Pa lol- ewo o mu h m o.rea l I le. e
o rf t cIg the ants. dos hole round v northwest t owest score t el ta t A tot0
aa________oealdf e d at toll_ 11Wat and was the m a a Wsrea.on whyso
I.g If there were nec _am the world cah impon were in the
bi the t e m of ther w1.inter e center of a et aot race
S. af tp would tru le along without the Dr. C ntf r on the list o Americ an League
f sited tout.11 s 1 vinto besul of dSci~ng, aee. haI aneth landwold' em aAier was wRaokeo the a they a H
.- -aci t h e CI ng. --t S Iddle J otwe l b J -* lost p Ben Don' w exactly where we'
B.e e WId bea ThuG, .tlooks/lik Ie e mea ns a ittle
i .. .. ... ...|..--.- ** to th with NEW YORK (NEAl ?lnlckev ball operrtes throughout the Regan quit som ag .u It afttr n l sle a
._'Cl^.b the tse A, o ." of the Ai nterW thi. t n t th e n tme mo re t han ta arond h r ht f .$


1 rausalse. Jimmy D .ano MConnell, c from maoth land. the i be without a, the Vllao angs in his -s




DIIi l 't T e A, where 'eae quliyfla ht A the coach- ithe PGA s yio-tear bitchw Ya nee orgadsm mere tp r|..
w.on woul strugge b without the Do n tiued l i s po th








so wemL .sb e ae reoed ac l free- u 00 Ine trahe had. was Manager fte d B sa Longel se d s d e
un thr ch, Jr. gavenee to tae the way the gram, was ted ohat ineligible, dan rpe the m .ons. II occJaio Te1
e me mar t ; at y Jaf ko oofle th e Boxea, Ii= ea- 'to heph h i t wkon ea cthlyo weeith the
atwe l as f "a. Ne is ye te o h r th dan d y el hn ttou ra utgn e l ant tigos Y 8a s a
t droe Ap wthle ic es, rik cey bes. Wka in 5th rg the oug ty, the f d n days efre athe seao~ tbal hao
lug ji'Suoie ? COunty A .WT u bfLI: _t aS a ao e_ _IuMrnnell, awhe t rorhoIam hte l ne n T t he, in e hoitr the noaw ea nel
.win|t t'e, Inher twollWe rudt heLittle = ei n b a i et t u We m w b do




on flatio )nist ory .the fight forced the belief that the setup was Ien ther a Lea mt s agin the oang r r e h n ah Cos dest at te thhnc tta he bul theeod Oipp chrs ta t G
oUdlSra after hii preci- 0in e and they ae passing dley, Neb. a town of 6,000 Puliet with insa s cpt
bypitate a free-for- by throWsoing it fn o e u hai f L le o P a USd e second won th forobe h ton in 1*51, to he one =1 t1
Valde. entered th a eper-heated rin In th on Mahnager l w 1 i. y a so man for the a nles n ye rs
tea".do behind (Charles, for the s e oA t of wver. 'l ca... t-e pen h o f ep ortfn .. ..... chap 'd. Wetwood auto u who- have had eriou o
Dan -Me oref toTripeed Imt "ieg.-" 10v it. work -go. i m 1an _pen e ..4th








cly If ha e wm uld survive d s an elegapt exhibit If 8k S t folf4 for hot knowr, asa rule, tho co-o p; Roy, Jr., andoD- Co Club intends toy his mond trooo blues. the Yaad L
Bu ........t i n soh o y o we e a e he way dtr, way for the Long w a and be an chh iDon Its s t happen every sea. our li ,.
a to o Btrol a bat. Moat eof the tim p- Island W c lvs of the very lively Iot is u to a e. pr sIon a to ton, this busin be ofans a a




,wa .y, thi* OUt Vas wal a a Cb. N cpin Shwe it of i AN t- w blca Little e ag u. o As Oap Jo and
of- Fa' oe lieve e. wis maa or Jl jvItng wthe ctaep compete. feo y- facts lart h sl Ite- t "h
ro a u n startsem mt itle WLg th, LOW A oh COME, t t





fair .the -queen thon for t he past -7Wod right beee on w i thesa a lthI-, "-sam w-'ayu i eO nt't thn trip, rrim womdon whea b oys shobldr -seen mo.O
A an eds e oh.s 3 11*000111`910 ma11 k ido rs onx thermnd men l ofa as
r po t a d meaen aW e .bs a vithal b ear- were-an- workn dto I te La ien th e
'At oodbh en e bi Wn that ton,. N -.r yv.n t hi isa
oreu 0Se ason' .p'tno t_ en..i &I*ee ondn-uhi,"dh wth ow''e .bor
M ig. 'ai s' iMy" hi noto '-he dew-tanod uet crcahaOssyl. bi eg uesarkwhe
on thaelylftoo ku a t e m.to the bconli ta tho se w he gnor so ucr a Inca th t d nd













eo r .n m a they am pasin of Mob.t thae tn c oee Meora Stadium
b a tBs ds w'ena o r b.N all sureo- foe wo lad. I the the norin tf orth







t h..ee oAf Mar 8ha F`1=4 C it dow to t h asn what ftor haon a sm- tl cr s eo LOO OA CmoMo r







= Msc l lcla nu ot o o +Or!_ ck a-iwr bochr cord she strkes ballsd outsl a amcra-
Vacon etedot tehe rca n hehd s o fro ap1aslitral onnied to bri dYOU1 the Je Iest. .
prot.r v0otl eontd ainst Referee I k oe n the Samos thow be chaplcafiEt. tWgy ... box bei, n, m plate.







41r 5mntd 0p n o-fa its t s httle Lea4guers don
T" iis. onmake It maonld the referee sto dl eleguantalderhi I bS en sot knowas a, ret... m the-- ....... Lo ng ,, m and be ILlak o lf inpftedeems tom r







dtaf a bee thr e arwi ren f e, un he ai stor ofhe ho it e Iea e up oeDDe tSH.-
vleor a a heutd Stbtt th ha slip an nu. mo0 bebor vinily in PaothiTss i








bee, pu is se ded nt hClhrdjD to, nytihedcndLTS t. 6








ble RoShe-hear0-f1 by m anh ohewiathet erfli t nindoffesb a rssuh Vo% Frare
themw an no plA t g brmo. boJ *c Ti ge aE 8rdle, rw. 1- d te 3ad erpo I s a r t r : ,,w
hraw t m ut ove t lro o dt dz b., sTa&aeusroor the vhy loaeg ed thtctiaF efos.l o ,i Il
.y,.lI cae and n a a- mlrSbGrimor bunetohewA PUag this TRIae. -
b o ut ev aritcihm of most Little Leaguea.e"t










temost eke0 n out teened b t ubnyrachIlng Ive 450.
.eleuon Iw ase bay; thesod orape Bo 3n more5R2O YU

r I. he e lorIsland a ad e ,....a .. atoI neL "rad nrking dow he 1110
'ses. ben *hzeun- Noclass 1-'oiu1 W te ra
-wih a ht, t Must,,-.e .
urf ben feel as th ey o In the mid peoore

Bi ADoHLF a I Merf frasu a semi-electric scoreboard (W K WOS COME

* h.a.dan met it'll-m~aned t _the scau nto eUW YO a i- 20 time. rom u a.pV flgta pm nel in the




-~~~~~~~~~-. "%La. #uI. 4,m.mnn,_ ane #h. umAsre mwof .dirdmth Infr


woud hvenetbes Aleip ev~l DW (UEO Rhinlwho me (5). VP Jacobs LF
-isd cnnetl fto previ- -terson R-Heymisn. Mi.ce-
astWt W low. WgI* way yet jj5a w a
.hIi .rles. I ..- t, i-n PHONE 2-3066 NOW!
e rntal Aaguem means Richmond M00 100 010-2 7 2
hi lt b kis @hd 1i. nm, ..'.t 0 0m0 n0en0 1 81 1_ _.


MAoMMM of -on e of- r-uL In P u t
_,. a.n. ,. a o
b l~flt@E annownced thatNccO"ato ;l W .Rbn OfU IUtI5n iDWC Hcllse&maz and Johnson
rfh. ht MIS 400M Now Roebuek and Howelm
h teBuffmO, l 010-4 6
anoToronto 20004-u1


we .. -: "o te ar .n to ra ts Je throe Z4sla.


leth La os rowns Man ov the BaSaalos to move
*i. wa f St. s u of the Mmesu in front
e "'" ^ -m *. -. t a th Bed Whua, a st. of th. on" o
*OiWiba ln afftte on In the onI ga rum. the
JunS2e- On" then he'. shown Richmond Vfrtblfa, Ibehind
hemsPBIH-W be me* *^- M~aiTL^ ~some of his old form which gain- lefty Nunlutwlan, de-
ad him the labe of the "wor fead the f Royal. 2-d.
"-'- Fb si hUee" of te International it was 1ntsOu aa'a third vie-
TD Lue last year. itory of the year aalnst four
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-deision was POOPd because of a in.


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PANAMA, P., WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 195


Far, So Good,'


.McCarthy's Chief Counsel


July 21 (UP). cde whether to fire the two. At
i r e es-i the anti-climactic session, the
.-counet eof en. |subcommittee delayed action on
h' permanent a third McCarthy aide, Thomas
lg subcommittee and W. Lavepla.
M Donald A. Surinel But it unanimously approved
was transferred to Mc- 22 other staff members, includ-
personal staff, Ing Director Francis P. Carr who
.. w.ra starred with Cohn in the recent
ons were announced televised hearings on McCarthy's
Sashortly before sub- row with the Army
e members met to de- Sen. g alph ,. landers (R-
Vt.). who officially notified the
1 Senate today he will seek a
', showdown July 30 on his mo-
tlon to ceneure McCarthy's con-
duct. said in a statement he was
pleased to hear of Cohn's re-
.aignation.
i "So far, so good," Flanders
said. He added however, that
"this, of course, does not reach
the heart of the problem."
The 27-year-old Cohn and the
two staff investigators had been
regarded as the aides most like-
ly to lose their jobs in the
"house-cleaning" cam p a I g n
touched off by the Army-Mc-
Carthy hearings.
The subcommittee held up a
-, decision on Lavenda to seek
information from the Defense
and Justice departments on why
he was denied clearance to han-
]die secret documents. Burine
Spresumably also had been denied
McCarthy, who had vowed a
|fi ht to the end to save the Jobs
of his Communist-hunting crew,
/plued bitter statements asafl-
hIng the "ameas" that cot him
l the services of Cohn and Burile.
SHe termed the turn of events
a "Tret victory", for Commun-
SO. Charites Potter (R-
W Mh.) had put thel hakeup
wheels In lIn lmn at the cls of


Calif.
d 110-pound
a 1-year-old
auity tits.


no wll try to'
alif, on-July
old beauty ts
Mat that she has started
s Englsh lessons.


of key- gurea on both sides of
the controversy.
The Army principals were Sec-
retary obert T. teens and
Opunsellor John 0. Adams. De-
fuse Secretary Charles K. WI-
sea said at a news conference
today that no resignation have
been offered or requested from
Army officials involved. .
The subcommittee previously
had lined up .4- 3 behind Potter's
motion to dismiss the entire
saff by July 31 unless they were
Capproh individually in the
interim.
But with McCarthy conceding
In advance on Cohn and Surine.
it unanimously adopted the
siotion today and then approved
all the staff members except La-
Vehla.
The senators said they would
meet, before July 31 to decide
LaVenia's fate. If they ake no
action before that date he will
be discharged automatclly..
An informed source sa there
was no discussion at the 90-
minute secret meeting about
firlnig Carr, who was linked with
Cohn and McCarthy in the Ar-
my-McCarthy hearing.

One, 2, 3, HUP
TOTOvRO, July 21 (UP) An
RCAF veteran who turned, hi
basement into a parade qua.re
and his wife Into a draftee to-'
day was rven 21 days in jail.
,Mrs. Wiliam agler said her
husband dressed her in pajamas
and an CA ralncoat. Then %e
filled at pak with bricks and
strapped it on her back. Then Le
forced her to maresb Up and
down the basement for pack dri
until her arms, shoulders andI
bactwere bruised an aching.
N adarte E. HoUnrake l-
sued-tie fInal order,-1 days In
Ja lffor assault.


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employeof the AwClltommapft in ,p toIs' t eit ?fro
after M hourted "hy.t pIeon" at a witp. He l B,
Joseph McCarthy hi wgmn't ready to tetity on whether he Is
a .omamsto Party. member. ..


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IOLLYWOOD ly 21 (UP) corpus was gratedd by Superiod
ward G. kobi) a .Jr., i-yerr- Judge hmjd uw"t' r who
sonWof the movie tough guy, fixed ball' at) I- Which his
ght have beea playing a scene famed father
m one of his fathers. movies The writ was Made returnable
ay as he wea rested on two tomorrow mornih.inn Sp erlior
nts of arnm fobbhe._-charged Court. .,
eh holding p two taileabs. "I can't. u nd it,. young
Robinkon'. said'Mly" ut'Bal aa
'he elder Robinson quIckly posBt mistake. I nel~vr n owned a
bail for his son and said he gun."
Rd not beltve the charles are But cab drivers Michael Plasic
e. 7. and Harry Chetoack were positive
that Robinson -aW-the one who
deputy sheis from the West held them up f ite $5 and July 1.
lywood autaUon, took young Piasick .saldti was slugged o.
binsoa Int custody early to- ver the head .n&Jobbed of $27
After the cab drivers Identif- while Chernae .aid. was renlev.
the star's sofH as the youth who ed of $11.
sgardy held them up. But Robin "odar, ly hinted that
Rouash bitter sAted the his latest brush-with law agencies
harp$^ e. *WtM bhis. rM might have of pr
wse -i btL vious arrest ona. charge of, ds
As releasm eu a writ'of habeas turbing the pease when a taxicab
S -- driver called polio claiming the
Su Is r youth failed his fare.
nuth On Trial Theyouth ife, Frauds
wn IRson, paratOd for the sec.
No i ond time laWFOR w i
r Screen TW ire Young Rob i al has a r
i '. *_ |- n ^.. 0ord of having beesk.e a Oi a&
ieft In Lai ROcq. |drunk charge gi, .! and alto
S. ". "- on a bad cheilte which was
figed N. i rd. c charged with dismissed. ,
lUng Wren wire from- two The elder Ro. se., who guaran-
usea in La. a, dw In the teed the ball hrl Ur.sa, term-
boa JAlU toda awhtIng trial ed the charges "completely far-
the Ufr District Court. ft thod.' ,
S '. "I st can't. b sre it's true,"
rie -yr-old. Pansmanlanhesald... .
u a charge of petit larceny "He's been a problem to him-
tr a DWO s conviptio. Ball self and to others, but Iam suto
set aet "10. after the ease he would not Ado this I belev
i bound over to the higher there is a questir ad the minds
art of police as to Wh it's true
'My wife Iand I were deeply
rord lecftaed of the theft of shocked. Of course I put up the
een wire. worth $7.50 on July bail.
sometime between the hours i
12:0 a.m. and a.m. AFGE Lodges
/Plan Meetings

l ,,Aliosd RP Tonight, Friday
uth1 Is Charged The Pacific Branch of Lodge
No. 14 of thse AV= wiUl bod its
ifTn OU1Irg 4r" July meeting at DBalba Service
I Center coMtmeUae-g at 7:30
SPbuamnanma7 youth who has P.m.
aN s a eam was charged To Important m an.m tomight's
day In the Cri2obal division a Nda are in tn _em and
t e m U. IstM M i ivlb. om ltnuii d t s e to
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"Major Robert RIoy car Case"
is the oldest one heha's on -the
"alive" docket,' i
As it turned out, hi part ilar
request was in consediom with ai
lead which proved to be- Jut an.
other blind alley, as they have
all been for the pat.10yea s,
The disapp ea ara e. e t aj,
Clark on MarchV 1, i -one
of the most iatr dw mysteries
MPs have ever tackt-le
The file reveals that imaog'the
scores (t state and local police,
FBI agents and insurance lavest-
gators who have since worked on
it, many conclude that Mai Clark
is probably alive today, living
quietly in some community under
an assumed name.
This is his story.
At the time of his disappear.
anee, Clark was stationed a Ral-
eigh, N. C., an intellence qffcer
for the Eastern Defen Com-
mand. He drove oft In his cream.
colored 1941 Dodge coupe, saying
he was going to Fort Bragg, N, C.,
on business and would b back
that night or poibly the nert
day. That was last the Army
ever heard.of him.
Seven. monh later his car. was
fund In the woo& near Camp
Maekell at RardWn q, ., by a.
ts. It had been eertly cmou-
flagd with branches and pieces
of Army gear. Unimportant
personal pa per aand his pistol
were found hidden nearby. Other
irona1 betonfing wire foundld



I TSe. e er e BD fingerprint
I bldsti or evidence ol-a 'ag
e o the car. Te woro
Sthe ar indleated tlt rob-
bery Was not a motive. MPs made
lab exhaustive search of the woods
and found no other hlues ;
IN I going through his records and
past life, MP criminal invelstiga-
trs discovered he had been cheear-
ful, well adjusted, and completely
happy in his Army career, al-
though he bad expressed a slight
irritation at not having been sent
overseas.


New Employes


tde A-eme.a c.
H wat *, ..15, 1-h and
lived nost i:s -lfe HiaeatI
ack. was a shot man and at
the time o0 l diapearance was
slender, hae'a rpilrwcomplexion
and kept is cropped short.
In the past'29 years the nvesti-
gation has run- up scores oft blind
alleys.
A woman be'hd. dated .n New
York moved to Laramte, Wyo. a
few years lalW;rand began seeing
a'truck drif e'r wh matched
Clark'Adese*fPt n An elaborate
undercover pWe of their associa.
tion and W'~che k of the man's
mypierious pro vedd
A man A4k bldm isylum
admitted !.dark -but. a
ieck c blda'thave
dbne ''had gotten a
fixation ho r leading
about it Ia th1 Bespaprs.
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AWO -tlat Clark thad gone
AWOL from the Army to join the
merchant marine set off a featas.
t hie ek tof martime:.seordbs,miU
no results. Reports that he was n
the Canadian Army also checked
out negatively.
A picture of a clergyman at-
tending the opera which appeared
In thae now defunct New York
newspaper, PM, more than a
year r h disappearance, bore
a -atrig-.resem anc to Clark
and Iplred a major search which
n out.,to be another false
lead.
There are state ents in the file
frOm lrads contending that the
Arn.y sent him on .a super seret
IZrty mlonand aued tiI


had no so", 4
don wt ttB aMe
f foul play by ee en
Nor is there N ,v r
cide. is health was od. H4
owed no large dats. lb peace
to be in no toIle. .
A veter* bMP here, who has
worked Oa the case from time to
time, conieltde: .
"Who knows? He could be any.
body's neighbor anywhere today
keeping lbs tru. e entity a secret
for reasons knwn only to lim.

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In the.."it A m.en
lThe, ae ca, appi to.en-
S c na ter
government employes, is pan out-
growthk of various proposes to re
voke the pension rights at Alger
Hiss, former state Department of-
ficial convicted of perjury,
mA is severing a flve-y pris
on teormhIfor lyng when he de.
lned he passed government secrets
to a 6 vleo t rig.
Thebill spRe. Al
toe S r vie sbR Al-
bert W. Cretella (i' Cmi.), would
prolhbit pyment of a pension to
government workers who are con-
vited of perury, a, bribery,
treason or any other felony listed
In the U. S. or District of Colum-
bia codes.
The same ban would apply to
those who invoke constitutional
protection against self incrimina-
Sto avo tevotiting before a
grand jury, congressional commit.
tee federal eourt about their
present or former duties with the
government.


refusal in t
The -bill, w P
meit includes both and
their survivors but.doe. t effect
penios being paid at the time
of its enactment.
Repu. John Dowdy (D-Tex),
said however, that he. will offe
an amendment on the floor
to make the bm. retrogcve.
He said hel deef tet beUeve
the government "ewee eridls
or trailers ao uSy"I
In either case, would lose
the $715-a-year peano to. whIch
be would be ent41ed. weO he
becomes 0 under -et law., He
would get back 24"N39 he ..bs
contributed to the federal reigr.
ment fund, p! interest.
The comn ttee amended the bill
to restore pensiog ri.ts to any
convicLted person who subsequent
ly receives, a presidential pardon


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