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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00457
 Material Information
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00457
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n Bo n t ly owr and per i said today be would d to "douse the ma" who hope ofstvo e
s JktIy e town, bout pr cent6 too ther eve- e Secretary (of g show the d dant's superior fated, he T at. period w a Thd t
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TS e arat the tAbe t before U aa yes- eral teri about y ard to Wth 24, of Wellng- tY testified he was the opatie Un out that Pelping hs
SOW ..M:t' trhe atch rew of nc emiL.g hI. ton, O., al oked testimony On who beouh the ompan y h e Pp ldeint1out that
w il receive aa to e towed to go to South Korea. fromow Wo as that the su to attentoh.eut hesdWs th I e Comnit had re- ..
p tI Iabe th water Eebuuof 'pressure" White Hoste pre. ry AYor officer, rlt. L. Robert beck ordered him to do so, and alA s e to t, ,
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of p, lice, M. Jean'
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yThe M. ia ir m eaa oe a depe i t e eede The Pem. gar Hoover's picture camea
TM "Aif ae lrl Y'el6" n theaema i thele f Thl. Te tu g antl-Commulis i_
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mad lere wires is hed M s tteor who dili the U.8,tu ,
S asulomw s oe toepemg lp for gtetn>nl o ISObelie.ves you can do lsiness with
.. osssmd ~ onrw em eei"as. the Soviets, and does ot think the .14
OM A NDD N LATIN AMERICA Communist Party is much else than
EFORMS ARE NEEDED IN LATa curable juvenile delinquent. ...
* would SIZA Ioo) fo the attached excerpt from There were just five of us in
..New ';-_ T- es.Th"atpaper has made it clear in various Police chief's office as I .5..
editorials and stories that it is In favor of ore United tea ard-atd what was happening
S id to Latin America to help 'shore up" the economies nel bO thagrim headquarters on an
ng countries. Island of the Seine seemed oore e s a
"Now the feeling Is that both h t thU.e.a Lat in Aer thing them occurring i n Geneva.: p
Sprofit rom he lessons of emala. The Commun were For the guard wa
ucces ful there because of number o actors which exist onlyfor France, but for us n : de
trouhout Lesu Americanpl0tl apUthy, lack of democratic regardless of what was to
tradition, sharp economic ineq ties and a great need for deepw happen later. Monltea bylot
td e mic and social reforms. II Guatemala the CalI- was the one man feared by the
lsta put the reforms into effect and created the impreasdon French Communist Party. For
that only they were interested in the welfare of the people. If s verbal ears he had seeized edl. a- a "s ,t ethrai .
O 4 and Castillo Armas are to keep thew Communists ut of ous edtions of their press. a Heed t I
& fi and I other Latin American regimes are to prevent had raided their headquarters and a'ubet e i" ci :aed '1 &ei o s"
n" fromn getting a foothold it is generally agreed that reform found treasonous documents. He w. "
programs will have to be adopted." had cracked down on their purely tb
political labor demonstrationsand fir- .leas
stoppages. lo oipr, y Coir, way
W o af proc ess p h a Sl. ma.er hir t hea r tyou cried e to th ,
QUSTIONS Only the day before aylot Was ' .e a let wla
D Si replaced, the French Communist S t e et Lam rera, a her fas '~ a
rwilsomeone with S knowledge of' youth's mental processes Party's ,politburoS had had aer aiman ; B, fothI et B. t
Sr the folltions: session addressed by .it bo ss a e C d o o te
ple' s avwe t e redulous boys who attended the Arbens Jacques Duclos, who is briefed e chairman o it me
Sn iby o t te p regularly by he Sovle Ambidor battle however, a tS 'alA *tmbass
th re te nomed -C rAt the session, ueo rMn. .-BAC5Ai STR'TEGT- -LNDON O RO

heteatm d t d oll,o n1 ated the ter l .encedI inclined b ly boasted that r friend aylot
.... Wo do t- hBe en to ue er ttl-aw of t wnmature., Id ud nex. reards o at lear $. o o;, ad* A. c ha ,- .t.sa.l.s h
WaIo fhne"ropa ui hard- ased lead-hbidgberen liqqs atte."ail om aira t Ss b or o T
S who lured Int ao whooping it up for Communist t he a Referrine tond o Bet, lanD u c 1 a I in i'te mnoi w eh onal te oei ftio aeanhilee ontndeded 'it o
c C e e'r se waur tohe only th e lt.e nindr lteati ch s atul alo

ant In UiteeM&- Crosm. eint on y ete. Thebe ms4reconf IWh Republic who hashei. de and vthe =mln of We tois opais reo- pom plet lf e s ih h n t d d
stopped the Communists. And he aaalGtr
has been li uldated."g ra n.the atmntoaor g eha-eMeet to speak six ms-
N ot only has Baylot gone, but -Sen.-l a .- b I .lWo!ofAlabama,es e s e .tom
120 m 1 T BL the Mden ha ale fi govrnen W t WASHINGTOl --(NEA)-o reform of its own Atmitude towards ways.. Ownership or control of t&e M or SouthebrnDeontuas. f
had, already fired the anti-Co. Thr wing the ComIn unist.dominat- Guatemala and all of er- opropety in Puerto Barriosgives oe captain of the te
mmath. op*&m urn uzounist RobertuHirsch head of the ed government out of Guatemala iea by the Daparmeut of Justice the. alnway .company a virtu.lwitoS-a.Alber r of r t e n- ofup.-_I. ---
Sm' Surt e, the French n BI. And at does not mark the end of much antist u aut led aal United monopoly on the construction and and Ch n GAder on o.
that momen, the new government needed reform in that Central fruit. The complaint crges ion- oper action of ilers and ea the use NeW "-ei the leutets na -
^Members New Yor Stock Exchane was pannnmg to liquidate t. Bour. AmeriCan republic. It is just a opolistil control over the banana of iMhore harbor area." .
Ssicault, the head of the French new beginning. trade and related industries. arp of id-
ounterprtI of our Central Intel: The reforms needed not only -- T. The onk's tomLsi recon tead- i was aree l ehe d .
li ence ency. within the Guatemalan over- While this company Is real- ed qomplet ovyrhul, ifhe e rker with eas chuin i'l '
9-M.- 'WP.M ."Pim verywnere, .ratough a uti-Com- meant, out also to a consider able nized ais well managed saying Guateialn .tax system to ta lae.

Mn I Altellghad c atcM erand extent in U. S. h relations toward high wages, to aren em 6- the a tAletof anAtd4ltlea egM to. .tt

'Weneutr*lst sthrch me proanh dost reae s ars memosp D -l R Ale n bank ro pak can o ria to WaMIs
plce chiefs were ~ q qidt- Guatemala. For a strong came can loyes and contributing a anetmilliodae. i the speak ie

1h. o. a. Rwa0ms.t. eaap Arlaaedh cla Is -Tdecla redn He of pi de al
14 a,.-- 0 p. ..14T~~h ~I ven thle onFtl rench Af- be made that the rise. ofr Corn- the alto th onen a. en a ozen vey of D, a a around llodrn. oa, Be a ri oe d ay ees i- i- P m
S(on DuSoiets but o the Fii e wnich noi the mlu Arben reult hig pad b the Parmyears oafin pretts. p bcobtal--d t not tlhqortaxes ah o, m *nowu
am "Ibs f th e ll fonrepca ron t he b pet s ethe'ed i- ed he u beer ta.o o.t DaB .r dea WWee tl

: .r. .. .. r o~a.-,- ... a r, tt d oeath wiptear. te s od the Thea is ontcertorn ttact.es or 'MA s .e .+-'t t e thappe -nei waN arpe a y Aea|sW o
C UlT El.t" las oNecdnoni ea li les of the newcthree- Frult'ee positmr fa i It walterto rofs .o ,at fth ate du ,

"CRT PaES'metEN d man juP ai under Col. CaBos C e G eas-: 11,bya06Intto lm .. ethre EROL o .a ,
IE Il M Partyrbos, s uclos trilo Arme s may be have ianot t Reto i theoitute ryaeurei n these corporations to be aeii It, the ti th e t te W
b; "'i been f the uyterm do aiset Idrfe yoi eer t otmtt? bd m. a t e elpe t Isth 0e a.tdwai del orfi eSas rs t
Sand o urageont."' Just bear Theyam id to be ti itn orf Unien dre of ha aeou tapos wt ef Amerolo. -pakepbr w as ie eea Ja*
Sn g ai IB Mitterand, a mount ist and pro-U. 5-whic o isof akatchewan and i s U8. come- pai to other col ." the t-tie die. Jl- y ou
ntdpmeans hq'doWt fine start members Dr. Ralph H. Allee, d. bank report pointed on the .a ehg f
lie th b US t and wants the friend- rector of the Inter-Amtrfean Inen looked as If7 theyLI could opera r elt to rd *ahe"o
S "cMi Ru:ur(a cdntrolledthe They U we .said that they will ute of Agricultural Science and "Th e additional rvenuesiot f ieely. r -
EIVFIN BItFIr c CI toht the r keep tr land reform law of the Maj.-Gen. Edmund H. LeSvey. of at least $1 million treadi t la d hts l e
"- S ."i'....,.. 'Duffeme Bureau, which is the old Arbenz regime, which split the Army Corps of Engineer, be obtained without h1tolt andofClibusterthmree she 'A n hoe
O Fne military intelligence, up the big estates 'and gave land lntenational tax bured t s the wt tt as t- you
Y am.l chin f .ce., to the peons u tenants of the This is one excerpt. from the investor T*lt question anuot behppd. One Was p and p te
Sea. M da onet of those government. C o I o n e I Arms in. Bnk's report on United Fruit and solved, however,, ut e t more l, o y important o n eeu a
mhg Mendez.France towards eids to make hem the owners, it sub sidiary terational Rail- general oe of read of re al tige ahead of is u whhe
*Rnsslana-,. and the moment though how the original owner. way control of the Guatemalan existingcontrcts s settled a ers the t e a 'e
r daylet was out, th e f are to be paid has not beenex. port facilities at Puerto Barrios on that affect the na on. lt th u
,j *o.*^lDudl baiuud btimentary ds ou ep atplained. being eo the Gulf: As a longrange pro am, the P I -rs T lad *t .nr ..\ dou
time po s.ing up at t h e In b r i e f. Guatemala agreed bank mission recommmd rural, -ePERSONALp ..
aJu tie malstries, the Interior, What is needed Is a broad pro- that ua n the year 00,. the rail- educational, indtral and trans It ben tha statement o nd
tle pollee headquarters, asking gram to raise the standard of liv- way might operate free of -taxa- pert deveippment Only" n thi s
for iffermatlon, etc., etc., and ing for the two million of Guate-. tion on its properties, free of pay- of prograin with plen 0* 4 rA~M@ Sen. JoI Sarkman of Alabama a delep I. Ufive S r to
gvntg advice, male's three million people who ment of dutiesU on Its import can technical assist etogve bat teR e _ulcnleadersi ace d Sa W ededu '-
The French security system was are illiterate Indians. free of control on Its rates ept the Gatemslan people lvesg better
Cracked. The U. S. government has taken, as to very liberal maia, and a better break, can st were' the real fg a- h to word they
Its fl were opened. the first step towards a possible free of compeUtion from oherlrahl. commune.sr. ,alust the atom itveas y rth e
Buts justs wimrtapt,e apro.-411consultthe llege embc- e of-te i s on ot
RAND FINISHED IN THE S piece Communist atmosphere was being ti6haleade noonrshiyp. g.t- flibt.ster later. 4
eine creItrd. For example, CommunistWtSpwas th eatau
TRADICTION OF Place tn chief Duclo reveal ed at the Julyr edto bl ro mwasethatSarkmfan"drctyha e'r-
TRADITIONOJohnsonrtoaTtyelxaionthtInter-Johnrknofidthe D"moa
0Cr Minister Mitterand had prom-naer hrirbutwa sitting on t eisidellaza sfeuesr eb bp pathbl
FAMOUS DANISH ised to arrest anyone w h o in. T N ewY o rkwCo n i dentia el''h tutimesi.np "iP ti'L"mtlw ejw.ee wll's
SPLV9RSMITH mesnit, the Paris Daily Worker. Byi anE MOoRTIME dbe'bterofa0 t si h "
Frenh veterans otf Indo-China ByLEoI ME Re t theehEl w ter t dan. teman giend pn
fighting had been harassing the ribowTr e-oherather Man' th te e M aIuapIur1 te sea
Communist street propagandists. Peh- .T ieas ntWeosgq P ski. He j oiltss.h.bul. th iea o
Mitterand was rapidlyT roduc. "i.ovdert3o ra'dsat -
lg "A climate of the le-and Daily Worker Please Copy: Here's thte sory to Paul, dating Beverly Tompkins. Brunette Me.
Duceids said the time was now end all stelroe: It's being prepared by the ks and pretty.
,approahing for preparation for a toirehabilifte AlgerUHiss when he gets dejugged"- o"hASIDE f .ANIIIICE$15 rm0ie
war to the death with the Cath- next her. The Irvd wili be spread that, in f.at, Mid lWa- be ptte tthe J
oI.el worltal leaders. he wau s V a euble-ageat" secretly waling for the water. p ste; ajy go Im6 y. .
AnDuclos predicted series United stats in the Red spy-ring lie went to 0 --.m.-o '
of revolutonary Communisted the peo h t it sA rher than telk and give Dept of Dialmofy: The i Sego have "-
strikes to force the government away our oage "secreng" On the other hand, had teir first loud quarreL Sno. rITklmg. "
Sto appoint o t at lesut one ngresnonal Committee plans to -'-0-
OAs uclos put it, the "atmos- $64 quetuon v "Were you ever a Covmmunist?" If headieas wll be Con el m .

S1t g a hlsun. and othe countries. tarr wil seek a divorce fromuVlc hoen toire-

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i &le ktsaii "- M *.'. ".
he' as"an.o tuowear -h4o bn-
iformWII ecuaedl; it hdUoble
Atla aRtie" umS Wa. W sein

Sawey disc so the u Mso kN
or. Ij de wih led ultim aWlya

heua a W subowm wark Is
steliuuWopolS etoe bt abtsa

AMy qeatay Robert Ta. aSte.
9 vn. ssed lcCartly -of "us-
warrnt d abuse" it wcker be".

t ano the Senattl the oMnera
ha/a not a todM mMa a in.-o

was t*ewd i and honor
At item wick l ed to ip atelyf
l 1ou abit utlHe a.eof
ft yUteaeseed McCarthy am a
a warranted abuse" of Zwinedr hnr

aulsthe Sator told the. Aneral

R%. M. CohnWho resigned un-
he was "not to wear that un-
4 teewe" sedsedd h. of "doubleaw-
tlk" ad imputed Zwiker did notA

reviewpd' eia hsd tr
havdenthe bralquea of two-yeBr-
comelmee counsel "ors. Berko-
qus, who aod the ofnsin ReMa
t a had by criticized for in- a
SAsher'snlame into the tomui-
4 0 *mhearlngs the a
Sisher l s member sa
Bdosto late eirm as Joseph
I lp Art*y sMpeal counsel diri-
I hearings. MaCth rfer-
aea to Wd's televised d feq
of Timer as "one t the tst
shows re ever en put on.
Meuarthrs ad Woelch wanted

yona lawr toloi of hi
artL .pempibersh-n.
a in at no ne rules ai
nee control gressions
invesnfgaflgo, McCa said hi
beom ttee already Uas "an al
*V __ weld have
to qWt Invsatbatngaf It war-
led ettLay abo hurting
"oe t persesu.
"No tale on earth can endow a
S m-.n with brains," McCarthy said
"I don't think you can evei
pinsi.-a rule maklnj an irreupons
t:ie-anna responsible."
S McCarthy challenged a ne
Presidt Elisenhbower's order for
bidding federal workers to iv
SM sert data to members of Con
Ho urged the ruless group to
"condemn executive pact Ice
we w b hamper the legitimate aci
S titles" aof congressional invesoga
4 1. tors. -




It s no fun for mypne to go
outto eat with a flaicky eater.
on who emplains that the
met is too rare or too wlU done,
the pie crust tough, ete. Before
criticizin the food you ae serv-
ed reflect upon what Washington
1rvinrgonce said:
"When I cannot get a dinner
to suit my taste, then I endeavor
to got a taste to salt my dinner."
wan Rina
'ALLIANCE, 0. (UP) Mrs.
Dora Samp found her wedding
aWr s.e2t from where she
It yS ear ago. The opmistim c
bu d u -viWufefwd to allow
late ma bd. A. R. Stump, to
a replaeemt. The ring, still
-d ention was found in the
a- garda.


SwUTr dUW A fPIE DEAM-W-'pe mitang among wm e continues to grow In popularity,
scenes like ti.s wl be no novelty an New York City streets. The young lady at left Is ghtlin
Sa new white-bowled pipe triummedewith tiny eweled metal powers. Pipe smoker at right ba
Szebr-striped pipe to match the ret of her attire.

New Self-Powered Threats Reach Governor's Daughter

At1mkc hlevy As Phenlx City Warrants Soar

Is opePHENIX CITY, Ala., July 28 lie G. Bird, B. P. Long and Fel-
(UP) The ptate issued war- ton Cobb.
CINCINNATI, 0., July 2 (UP) rants against seven more men In Evidence apinst the accused
-The Ohunart Corp. today an- this 'hell town" today while men was obtained In recent days
nounced development of a new anonymous threats were report- in a series of raids by National
self-powered "controlled" atomic ed telephoned to Oov. Gordon Guardsmen and state troopers,
battery which will make present- Persons and his daughter. Hanna said.
da battetbs '"obsolete."
Philip Ohmart, president of the Those named in new .warrants Bodyguards around Governor
Cincinnati corporation, said the included the notorious Clarence personss and hia family failed to
iam now had a "three-electrode" 0. (Head) Revnl, a shadowy i -event anonymous telephone
battery. ure running1 through the sordid reata from gett through to
history of Phenfix ty which was -he *-eeuiv6 family n Mont-
The new battery, he said, should climaxed by the June assawna- oe the Alabama Journal in
be oailable' In production of jet tion of-the state attorney gener- at' r ted.
ai es, rockets, radar and sig- al nominee, Albert Patterson. Ta ue r said .llabeth
sal devices a Uditioi to aidig Pe nls, the gter"or' tee
indiutrv in f raLL ;- t-a, ..a -- .. ..... a ..A adaa mht_ was tIldhi rthe

s Ohmart said the new battery
wil result i w era 0o uelf-power.-
ed raaio receivers, signal control
Centers ana o(aer suar naeices
1 wacn must operate or loug pe-
Snoros wiaout I human adteauun.
Tne tUrm also announces aevel.
opmen ot a "muinaiunred and
ruggidized" atomic battery under
sponsorship of the Air Force. This
a new battery will provide uniform
* current under extreme conditions
r of temperature and vibration in
Such equipmsat as jet aircraft
and rockets, Ohmart said.

Talks Between

SAmetcan Airlnes,
AFL Pilots Collapse
CHICAGO, July 28 (UP)-T h e
AFL Air Line Pilots Assn. report.
ed today that negotiations in a
dispute ..itlh American Airlines
collapsed in Washington yester-
A union spokesman, however,
said he knew of nd plans for the
ALPA to call 100 American pil-
ots out on strike immediately.
He said the union may issue a
statement tomorrow.
' The ALPA originally postponed
a strike scheOuled July 5i when
the National Meiltion Board In.
tervened and asked the disputants
to negotiate.
The dispute Is over the eight-

whose auth ylelded a mhtatuze
gambling layout and safecrack-
MaJ. Gen. Walter J. (Cr.ek1
Wanna, state adjutant general
and boss of Phenix City under
martial rule, described Bene-
flel a "professor ef safe-
Others charged on violations
ranging from operation of gam-
bling houses to violation of the
Alabama loan shark laws were
R. M. Lane, H. J. Aevel, brother
of Clarence; R. C. Myrick, Cbar-
hour limit on daily flying time
for pilots. American Airlines had
obtained a waiver from the Civil
Aeronautics Authority to fly more
than eight hours on nonstop coast.
to-coast flights, but the union con-
tended the waiver violated safety


led to haurdh by a ward. -
Thegovernor had been threat-
eed several times, the newspa-
per said, sine he ordered the
military to take over law en-
forcement In Phenix City and
padlock its sporting houses.
i AdJonng Museogee Couety,
Columbus, a. meanwhile moved
to root out any of the Phenix Ci-
ty vice tentsle w might
have foothom. on te Georgia
side of the Chattahoochee r.
The County Ooml slon voted
to grant Circult Solicitor Russell
Davldson Jr, neceary funds to
present the August grand Jury
evidence linking any Muscogee
officials with Phtnix City crime
Some of the money, It was re-
ported, would be psed to tran-
scribe wire tape of gambler Hoyt
Shepherd's telephone conversa-
tions over a period of years.

In titatition
Friday, July 30th

Time: 9 a.m.
. N9' 6 Tivoli Avenue

Occasion: '7th Anniversary Sale


Em. ainmswhe heaSin 'w' -pae...r- te dsetmr.. Kna smmehIs
.-g es Nbae shba was awe. aml m nd bmblhngsame se ematuewd byrne w e a"
mpenkse els. -m ..s ulamsming -slhloe pfesets m..ti he with appeato
s !m. -auhu w. -.y bwmmb.Sd with the Is e ...m. hammh.. In wik ash
sdid mis bleth, Ss is sle awsmiOales tshe hr sma.

a wmmua now Isis.: s-NW and s-lUr
l .- u I m T~m .mn L~-

*l lollsj QI
S! le #$ s /
I n Par
/orIel t"S hI vol
3I P m4 9 Pasm
2i4 44 Pan
49 1.464 Paoo'
54 PMas 46 Pass
Opening ba6d-Y9 9
When South opend the bidding.
North was properly ambitious. He
made a Juai take-out in hearts,
sand a cue-bid in clubs before show-
ing his spade support
This series of bits Indicated so
strong a hand that South attached
proper weight to his ace of da-
monds and huts support for hearts.
When South went pat game with
a cup-bMd of fve diamonds North
wasted no further time in bidding
the slam. I
South was quite happy to be In
a slam contract when He first look-
ed at the dunmmny. With a normal
8-2 trump break, South would be
sure of U very oasy tricks.
South won the first trick with
the ten of hearth, cashed the ace
of spades, and led a trump to
dummy'a queen. West's failure to
follow suit was a titter blow. South
was now apparently doomed to lose
a club and a trump.
After smethoughti, South deeid.
ed that the pny r a squeeze was
somewhat fa=nct. The openihg
lead indicated. he ever. thar West
wss short Inbeprts. Hence South
embarked o.a line of play that
would force th opponentss to take
their club trick and their spade
trick together.
After drawing two round o(
trumps, declared ran all of the
heart, discrding a club from his
hand o b the last heart. He. next
cashed the ace and king of dia-
monds. followed by a diamond
from dummy.
otar couldn't afford to ruff, for
south would then discard his o0teL
ijg ciub. Hend. East discarded,
and South ruffed. South Mow cash-
ed the kink of spades and led a
club to dummy'a ace. His final
step *was to lead dummy's last dia-
mond towards hId own hand. i

ing cards a club- was won Jointly
by West with a hg club and by
EAst with a good trump.



HX (Household

41 Auto Row
7 Piece Living Room
Suite . . . . 75.00
Dinette Set ...... 29.00
Double Beds with
Spring ........ 26.00
Single- Beds with
Spring ........ 18.00
Modern Wardrobes 59.00
China Closets .... 22.00
Dressers with Mirror 18.00
Sideboards ...... 18.00
Mattresses ..... 39.00


Tables ....
Chairs ....


That we can deliver
TODAY with only a
sman 4own payment.

Take aTdvantage f year
ValuaJe Cueasu Couerelale
Creit RataUn for any part
of the payment. Easy
Term em Balance.


Exchange (HX)
41 Nattesea Ave. (Asue enw)
Tel 3-411

Ike s

WAM GTW ,nV U (UP)- "*The PuidwM.s eatioW II

per watch. ea .s ,; ..

The Swiss legat ee I

and deep enrh" by the Swiss rn
Federal Counal.l
It said the aeto dal se-
ous blow nyt god
rela st beeeni" Swituerland and
the nted States but also tO the
e fPrinclple ow freedom of 2nd ANNIV
Domestil watch makers claim II M "
the flow of wiss watches into this
country threatened their business

protection because It tralas prei-
sion Instrument workers who are
vitally needed In taS war. nd
rgumeat in ordering duty o thn
creases up to 50 per eqt above
present rates on Imipptq NNI watchV
es containing at mere than 17
bjeweus. they aotmatch the

C(rumnidu Pool An.

Won't LS Rands

Hab Fud DrvOt
Nothing, neudlng the rainy
season, will be permitted to slow
~~down preC 7 wIork a eonnec-
tioC with conatructis of t swim.
wing pool at. Curundu Military
Reery a ton by the .l iodents
themselves, a spoke saimdr the
steewmming Pool Assocatio had id
d ent of the wsiUb, o manrt
digging t hole fore publ evwimientg
for while month wil ne i b but
the member e thn lt two dau on-
lensivE digging lOr the oassh nees
th e month a Ot Clndu C on th
job at the beg.fti' of the dry
93ason, the spokesmi*asaid.
A steering committed. heeded by
James L. Harned. acting premT.
dent of the assocltiota, has man.
aged to stage one public event
each montl mince the project was
first launched. The montOy'maker
to be hqld the last two days of
the month at Curnodu Club.

du Clubbhote Commissary Onex.
The sJace is especially suitable
*o the-biaair hbecaue it is at.
tacked to the clubhouse with Its
refreshment and entertain m eat
facilities and 4 close to both club-
hoese snd'theater parking lots.
Military police will be on duty as
traffic directors and to give all
possible assistance to bazaar pa-
The bazaar will open Friday aft.
ernoon at 5 o'clock for continuous
operation until 11 p.m. On Saturi
day ft will open from 2 to 11 p m
In direct charge of the bazaar 'is
Jaimes Price of the Curundu Houl*
ina Office.

s*h... ;d



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July 31st


DUTY~ rwu

It Is a pleasure to park In front of Casa Fastlie nlo
We will gladly pay your parking exp *se *f




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Refrigerators at $6.50 pW'
oves ..... 4.00

Machblne .. 2A 0
Water Heatersn 3.25
Radios....... 1.40
IPs ,....... no u
ds 2* T

B.tekrs ..... 1.5 i
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British Millionaire Turns On Rip-Snorting rty r Pitmen
A.unQ ECVLLZN eke^u of lllgliap
2I4.Coa1 0f tofo r 'j ,.1o."

In as7 Shippini&)r Line NqM
d ays. AL : "n h p "
complete with- the Riviera." o -
ftldamdi Pab, s 4merican Bays urbo-coipound fearu x
one guest whose fa- In this case she was not to be g Crserexhaust gases to pro .-
n the Nationaloutdone by a Jumpg an Ameca World d0 per cent
into her gold-plte Dailer mo- ha puchased 15 n aircraft
W il becaua' of the torcar (her husbd a i di- D las DC an l been deslned for 1140
Sas the ones who un-, tar of the company) Lady Dok- Lern of tle DC-7TB, wellv- ff, ,CO pou
Smts. but millionaire or drove to a Torkahire coal pit, rules to begin in ear Ing It wl be able to car to
id Docker and his bon- persuaded the miners to lower e new Cpper e a8 pass era in the
wife. h er 758 feet below the surface. 35 miles an r an have a version, ubas gage, cargo and
Doket been hmel m' tho coal pit e of 5,000 n inall, wi provision for
-by Britain's dukes and wth a e aon her pr tract total approxa 1300 gallons of reserve fuel
they wouldn't have none, Lady Docker said |he O0 . flying Ionstop-for 5,000 miles.
eir friends i the coal thought the miners were "dol ," i the nw arve -- --
promptly invited them to a not yet been assIgnWe tos.i Teourits New Can Send
clambake aboard her 800-ton routes, it is an REttd lat Gifts Home Duty-Free .
r yacht. somne wll be asi1gnedto FAA's "Travelers abroad no lo-igir
I y-oner gflihts sUn-to LAtin ne4 to fly home loadedw4, n m
It Was the wett.est party afloat America and the U.S. with gift packages for
sinde Nelsab wo t the Battle of In ite new configuration the and relatives. Thev acan 1 m
Trafalgar, all hands agreed. DO-TC has a wing pa o send the gifts on ahead by CU-
-- fet, six inches-fo rr argo or air parcel pt-
Taken on board for the trip than the domestic DC- wi re of all duty if valued a10
were 60 cases of champagne, 15 The extra span has bee add ores.
cases of whisky, 30 cases of mix- to the center wing It Pan American World Airways
d 'I'f ursf 10 oases of sherry, makes avllable a fuel a ty said this simplified method of
mad 1t cases of white wine. of 7,0 alns as comparwith handling gift purchasedbro
S"Any.Torkhireman who could the 6,40- o a pon of the wa achieved through as brol-
not get loaded at the Dockers' latest DC-7?s. cation of United States caorm
party wasn't trying," was one The engines and arease relations. Under previous pro-
+, miner's comment. are located 5 feet furotek frn u ures, some customs offfeal
the fuselage by a wig oot ex- accepted gifts free of duty only
It was her ladyshilp's day from tension. This provides a 70- If sent by residents f foreign
start to finish. inchelearane betwem the countries.
The moment the broad-shoul- eer tips and the fuel
If they hadn't been barred derid miners In their Sunday sad reits in a noise Ii Gift parcels shipped by Clp-
-Jim itRoyval ncure at te at tbe came aoa rd, Lady Docker,blete that per cargo must be plainly ma
rae-track, thi Dazting asca I a sailor hat, The vertical stabilla d "git. The duty-fre. prov-
might never nh tlookt tI tw. for a tour o iudder has been extended ap- slon does not apply to alcoholic
w' whit wonderful people her 50,000 floating mansion, proximately I feet in height. beverages, perfumes containing
r em re-- The new lane will b powered alcohol or tobacco products
Sminersit's rga a very simple at- by four Wrht turbo- found which are subject to duty and
Ad Dokers and te a" lined, showing DA-4 model engines, y a internal revenue tax under the
adn't edme et them over Dokers' state total of 13000 horsepower. e Itcent customs clarification.
w o tld hjve lo hroo w o r with Its s hlk-0 op!ed twine
t he mostoexpnsie and b= Moe n" gun on eachB
ei-oadla par ty S a o- In a different color and with its

the"w en food for those whoaned UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
ll of_ bl ore u the c go
the t h ad Doolkr
In the coal olts they're around to doing her horn-le, Arrive
Sth coabt the sailor's An of the miners were ep ,NNw OrlMas wlee Cristobal
slackrs du dA tem dofrin loudo irmme 3.. "V ERAGUA" ................................July 31

al. Iy or A:: I a
I J mw.d y. T A ".............................Aug. : 1
arnoPt a0 There ta coal out iln 1 O :....................... Aug.
I arty not the the, c the ZB e y. The IiS.S. rRB AS................................ A
e a wee but "C..............................Aug.
r8ha8sr soa, tl)eer et was .he .. A................................Aug. 14

h aHe^akers finede sameans o e nrk ervice Arrive
ted woman. n s her warn driving a Rc. l.
t ... "MABELLA" .... .......................... A"
S. .... .F A E. LANGA" ............ .** *....... A. S.

I COLOMBIANAI, S. A. ----------. M-':-

II lal s* I trip taes fronf Critobal to New ork,
s tki mg: IwCy rFiteen Day.s or: Loe n A s t. Cioa Fran lso s at r

i Houston and ew OrIeans To e AI ...................... ..
B*T L -l a -9 FranelMco .... ^^ W. --_
a' gs: Bres TeU Dayr. If To Beattli,... .... ................ *
iYork Philddelphia Baltimore IS-- t
St eh at VR4C Zv and TAMPI ia Santaa CMo b
CO) eery week.) r A
SAFPis' I.L "' i.QU." ...........................Aug. "
AO lw................... ....... u 23
S Wiifordf &1 McKay, Inc. LBPBONES
.2C,1 *'1 CUISTOBA 1M -- PANAMA ,2-2U COLON 20

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Brit- d..Jul 38 tuti ring and that Doroty b eld in (UP) --Dr Poore, I8, v w to the hotel at e ph' Church, feature Victor
's dtofed a ho. u of a "r er ult," and h ri oirchtra.
tel dfr drawer, probly was sg would be offend a Adnlmuon price. will be U5
.li"ke l t lo uOld cpt ftor men and IS ente far
olSlef"of boww are o hea. at tS~. o e la, i la. I1nor uf

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i rt JW On Friday mZru. He de the charg-
on Whe Coben arrived. Lively

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aration fo our

Friday, JEly

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S Dining room and bed
at half original
Bgred with town? Then make the ca$t MdIue
rocum National Airport and while
ent ou epertl mixd drinks and t
mIe. Come any time -. we're open 'round
the clock.
Jack j6hnon, M#r.

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baking powder. Get CALUM
today and try it!

Plans Almost Set
For Debonirs
Dance On Aug. 7
Plan amre anmuot Co
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Shaca't-bias ablgts wu uu baby,
or eould fuladaglekb smilk.
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FOR SALE:- 1951 Fbrd Tudor de-
IMw. I7,600 miles. Duty paid. Ex-
callbnt.condition. Pbone.@-4753.

W te'd Position
AB, Apredtr 402h Pomudmn.
. M .oftf wt Mvi. oAdd!.
ABC, Apmrtadp 1402:Paam,..

.. Hlrp Wanted
1ANTEbI Mild. general :houfe-
' worJk rr of child. Knowledge of
English and Sponish Recent rofr-
Sence ncesary. Live in port time.
-3959. 8 :0L2:09 oon. .

AMERICAN EMPLOYEE, large company
resident. Panamo, seeks unfurnish-
Ad thre-bedrocm house with qar-
den In slect location. Phone G.
Potts, Panama 2-011.
'oIt & & e otoniw

FOR SALEt.,.16" plywood epen boat
with new ?5-hi.' Johnson motor.
Phone 5-453; Gotun. ______

Panama Line


I1 of 144 passengers, are
0s sail fror Cristob.,Fri-
.New Ytork aboard the B,
ina of the Panma iu ae.
ts no eieNgers for
i the pas esa for
SColonel Daid P r,
PIma O li p
Sr Prkar and.. te

rx w prM iss Crol Dnfo;
r.Ad Mr W. C. Dretlich;TMr.
behavior Engelbert Miss Marian
sa ve ,4out-! C va Mr M andMrs. Juan For-
Out, "aWeM- tic; d Miss Ann Friedman-
"law4ene," Ann Gera; Mrs. Hdarriett
mlcht." te Ge kd and daughter; Rev, and
S ran id ymond A. Gray and 2
m&cAtbythe children; Mrs. Marcella G.
i Agency. and,. Gate Mrs AurelUa D. Hdarits
Wa. f lljUian Halperin; 4r. aid
U0s. Witon Hoffman; Mr and
S -,. ,: ilip Houghton and i chil-
S- lernaan: Mr. and Mrs. Ruell
LG L.Mlote; Charles A. Lee; Mr. and
Mr. Bernard 'Let; Mrs. Bert C.
ai'. Mrs. Pauline Litae and 2
Miss Catherine Lynch;
and Mrs. Edmund t. Mac-
InsI-a c t vl;: ad Mr. aid Mrs C.- J.
SMcElroy A. T McCutcanci; ld

rPenq d Catr.a; ad
-tic OM4W -1 men 8. Malfbr. ; Mr. and Mrs.
al< e. jack R. Mannig; Mrs. Florence
r Mr.ican Mr.and Mrs. Alflmao
n. 4 a 3chldfren;: KXrth F.
"' '*.al **"- Meaxl', Jr.; Hr' Moeyer; Mr.
a .]t b e l MflM ; Mr. B. C.
.i.d Milke;* Edwud G, Moran; Miss
R ,'I.au o MrtB., O'rien;
Ge M.rormd ; Ms. and
C Mrs)avid S. Paer and 4 clU-
l drena; Mts. Charlotte Pelrin; and
I=o to bid Ki m therl d; MWss ]el
Mnatifton'may be Rafit; Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rise-
t, l "the kO man; Mrs. C. T. Richirdson Jr.
tkLt. WlaaI- and son; Mrs. Louis J. Robinson;
r r. andMr re. Joseph T. Rosales
o and 3 children; Mrs. Helen S.
S ovivcs; Miss. Jutin D. SaUs; Mr.
grSS aid Mrs. Elas Sals; Mr. and
SMrs. August E. er;Irving
XCh ge BLe.; Mr. and dMr. Hermaa.
Sharpe Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shri-
1lSo Gdan, Yr. and3esons; Mr. and Mr_.
Chads M A. stewart and Mrs. Able

Zbm a ulman-
I emh.,er Mr.-p e -K-eneth.. G. .k-
f lr d children- Mr and Mis.
GordamX TWe36.raudM .J

Sdglift r. a* M.sO. JOiAO
S Wr W ig. It*e H. Vader; ,
S- Mr. ifAlt. itln W. Yo

S he todaw at Tw

wtb the chapter
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DR. WENDEWAMNew Med 1i@tln-
Ic. Pay & Nighl service. Central
Avene 209, beside Ttals'he.
offer. Phone 2-347%


FOR SALE:-1 csamSEeM4 G'dph-
lr 2',x3'/j, sGrp*
0hi .plane, oplor, J Jl4
4-bottery flosh l hti''3
dkr nde I fiftpi pdet~f'r6Sp;
f .I& coas. De Jur 2' 4)4'1-- f
larger with Brusdh i P r
Mf5 lens. like now, q mi
Townshend, 193, rdSf'.tW
Scstobol. or phone 17 \
FOR SAL.: Real Y eVl i' ond
'ien.loces. lso pylon.ttrbflds
ribbon, buttons and Sloh'.4rin
titlos. Open from 9 p.m. p!m.
Tuesday through Friday. Ave Coro-
nel Jimenez. Perejil. House No. 4,
Apartment 2.
FOR SALE- Novedades o lso, 9th
Street, 7036. No reasonable offer
refused. Inauire upstairs. Colon.
FOR SALE: Pair lovely Torchier
lamps, marble bases, $35 pair;
Sears' Largest swim pool, plastic, 3-
tire, round 9' diam. $35. Phone
83-2139. Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE: Wooden desk office
chairs., safe, floor fan. Call Panama

LOST;-Block & white cat, wearing
collar & halter. Lot .at Williamson
Place, Balboa. Call Balboa 4291.

RP Girl Atending

Armstrong COllege

Holds High Office
Mis Virginia tram has been
elected to the office of secretary
of the student council at Arm-
rtrpng College, Berkeley, Call-
one of th hgat stu-i
dent body offices In th college.

jI ,jW IUor comUU. -,Onpe U
comptei p ne year at -the Ufnl
ve:l of Pnama. Mis Tam is
working for a Bachelor of Busi-
ness. Administration' at Arm-
strong College in,the field of ac-
An active -member of the stu-
dent body, a e s vice-presldent
9f the Alpha Iota sooroity, secre-
tary-treaurer of the Chinese
Club, a member '"of bet l Phi
Gamma, the national Journalism
fraternity and la on the produc-
tion staff of the Thespians. She
is the daughter of Mr. and Mra.
Tam Kal Meng, of Panama.


Spwis buatemalan

-the hed of communist rule in
Ouatemala Is proving popular,
the nesl magazine "U.. News
and World Report" says in a spe-
cialtsory_ from Otatemala City.
Castlo Armut, the magazine
noint out ,'has rolled back the
Iron mgtain, r n
". po badv become iled of
grsft in hlg places the de-
hpoilh ohfePrty, lthe'torture
Tnd murder trt& went along
with eomunriahn," the oubllca-
Itlon ntlue. the a com-
anu wenrwt m y of e ten.
stom that had balt pn under
nom m unit lt mt wit them."
Cointast s ha"e been ouated
from top JAbs JA theGutemalan
government bI tu e new govern-
ment of Col. CastUlo Armas, the
. magazine asserts, adding;
"They have bees cleaned out uf
the radio directorate, tim gov-
erment newspaper, the social
security agency, and tle land re-
form depart nt .- In all of
which they held key pots...
apparently onl some small-fry
communltlh re still at large In
Thenew government Is cred-
ited with supplssing communist
newspapers while simultaneously
lifting. eenorshlo of the press
land news diaU s.IRepresen-
ativts of VA. and Cuban labor
norgotlaUons are Inm Gatemala
working with Guatemalan union-
lots to arorm new roeratic,
antl-oaemunist lbor organiz-'
tions. A new land reform law
"without any communist In-\
mice," Is under study and offers
hope of eculn. aM-rform.
MosawhbUe, Goatemalan offl-
ais are looking to the tourist
business, a prOmising producer
of needed funds, the magazIne
a". Pan American Airways is
launching Its ars advertising
umpawta to.arvi tourists
to t O Other

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PHilp. Oceanside cottages., Samea
Clara. Box 435. BalbO. Pone
Panoma 3-1877. Crista~bl | 1673.
Grmlllch Santo Clara Beach
"Electric refrigeration, gq, sl'wo
Moderate rates. Phone 0-441 or

FOR HEALTHFUL change of climoae,
visit Club Compestre In EIl Vplle.
Just 80 miles from Ponamw City;
Newly remodeled under American
moraaigment. Inquire .Tivli'Trayel
Agency, S Tivoli Ave.. Tot,-2 1
Cabin n OOL Cerro C"p'-I
tains.-Telephor)n THOMPiON, Be-I
booa 1772. evenings..
IHRANEL'S furnished hit oei
beach at Santa Clasp.' Telephone'
'TOMPSON, Balboa. 1762, eve-
ik. .. . '
F&S.IV'S COTTAGES, "m,:nl, Rst
Santa Clara. Low rates. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.


ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern
furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot. cold water. -Tel-
Se.phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR'RENT: Furnished and unfur-
nished 2-room modern apartments.
Contact Alhambra Apartments, 1 th
Street. Tel. 1386, Colon.

FOR RENT:-Apartment above Cen-
tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue No. 141. Inquire Central The-
oter, manager's office.
FOR RENT; Best located furnished
apartment, splendid for one or two
couples. 43rd Street No. 13, Bello
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment.
$90. House 21112, facing Juan
Franco stables.
FOR RENT:-Two modern two-room
aportmnepti with porch and every
comfort. Parque Lefevre, Calie 11,
No. 22. "
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom apart-
ment, living & diningroom. maid's
room, hot water. Tel. 3-2297.
FOR BENT:---Coolest and best loca-
tion, two-edroom eaftlent with,
rgeoo'S Can -o9W34. _
mernt. I rmitn he.- aw nerer
Apply 43rd Street N. 21, Bello
FOR RENT: Moden two-bedroom
apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un-
furnished. For further details coal
Zubieta: 3-1802., -3337.
FOR RENT: Furn 2-bedroom
apartment, very spilou. The best
you can get for $90. Inquire at
43rd Street No. 586. Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: -.- TaT furnished apart-
ments, independent, $50 each.
North American neighbors. Phone
FOR RENT: Army couple wish to
share double apartment, furnished.
Coll 2-3065. Panama.

FOR RENT: ..- Modern two-bedroom
apartment, living, diningroom and
terrace, maid's room and garage.
Centrally 'located near the Ray-
mond Clinic building. Ready to be
occupied on Au#Wt 1st. Call 3-
3421 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
with two bedrooms. Call House 27,
43rd Street, bella Vista.
FOR RENT:-Funlished apartment, I
room, kitchen, bath, all screened
$65. 47th SeetNo. 2. Apt. 17.


FOR RENT: atfully furnished
room, private double couch,!
icebox, st kchen cabinet. No.
3. 52nd Streetel. 3-0638.

FOR RENT:-"F, r, one or two
large, cleon, a-,oms; aH modem
convenmiel Iboth and re-
fri gertor. ^^ 'hb Peru
Ave. No. r left.

FOR RENT ly furnished room,
private boll.MI r Hotel El Panamo.
Meals ovellobae. Call 3-1789, 2-

FOR RENT:--Furnlahed rooms in the
city and 2 rooms in Sabanos. For
information: Esfalante St. No. 98.

'o -

WILLIAM E. PRICE, Attochi, Ameri-
can Embussy, desires to rent unfur-
nished 3 or 4-bedroom house. Tel-
ephone Erw.eay or Hotel Tivoli.

MI e.aegI eous
Fiftieth end twelfth Streets, San
Francisco. F..ICAZA CO., I Justo
Arosemens Avsefue.
for offices or othpr businesses. j,
Just AreemrnerlAvenue. F, ICA-

MODERN POFlA Rpl aho playing,
Be Studio. Tel. 2-
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to fit my r 5-.

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fie "vw,' Mflton A. Cookies.
Recwor a 'lat O ur -ba
oar n geve Uthe ."

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vocamTOR ad the :b c. u -

|Mrs. Br, edO. A. Bteari ,
mlia to illoWiR. Er. Fer

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oiritenia uo Aice smith, H

en W~ilkpoue. Rlt Washabaupg,
Sa. Wdma S, Wheaton,

Edna Wiliae, and Marion Yocum.

t21 tn Amedcan, o

Nailo To Serve

On FO Commiee
- Argeatina and Cuba-are a-
mong 21 nations that have ex-
pressed q desire to serve o-'a
subcommittee of the Food and
Agriculture Organization (FAO)
to look Into the problem of a-
gricultural surpluses, an FAO
spokesman said today. Eight
other Ltim American reubl In
have agreed to serve as obser-
vera." They are Bolivia. Brauil,
Qhile, Colombia, Dominican Re-
public, .EL alvador, Guatemala
and Ut!fw
The nations besides Argentina
ad .Cubs, which. will serve on
Sn tU are Australia
eA'..A.IaflVAW listnnmrk. U

.t t, on eurpl._~s dsos.alM,,.-r"V
t demea. of staly as chman iPand ,W.
ltui. C; Harper 'of Canada as vide-
The need for such a group,
n'o the .tudy the complex probeImt
of agricultural surpluses, wa
rw lW i| decided upon at the FAO meet-
ln in Rome last June.
e.L u |- e committee wllt receive
statements from coach interested
lmomCS | country as to the nature of its
m aI urlus and scarcity .r blems,
and will act In in advtoy CUP-
Although there are sarplqMes
pTES in some nao, te p
S. A. t e -mttee' lob w
be-to move a r0ltural .gopmmo-
PK ditleg from areas.to
areas of deficit w-
n lag normal channels of rade.

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Bequete, 3INFt. :Alt.


Parrot cages $22.50 ea
49 Via paa- Tel. 3-411'
(Beside Central de LechOriI)


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$14 95.withyour
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"Deg Patch" Dance

wfl spa aTr a I
at the Braxos Brook C
Saturday ve g at
Daisy Maes and L
invited to attend in
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Bartlett Peers Maei

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toly of Utah a moe Therell be enturtanament by
CA n ^^^H ^ t. D.C the children, amp pially, a lmo-
wri h^ go* to m saomebing aed 'ng song and --, .And aftor-
at ag oe Wningm" iwnd fan with gr eand r
.e S onee-a-w* e ge..to"'fresh wi and

country Club. coal-rich s ea for the fourth
above, a I"e be

8:0 .l. i ance 1041. He was chosen- ROLL OOD-(NEA) -- Exclu The year wa -ber Rob- AT
l bners MB by a parlamentary vote, -toX aily Tours: 3d Gardner, who ert Mitcs te a star.
appropriate h Archle end Dulvy's *. He^ wiasA Lonkfee- Aira ereX
S a o radio then to movies ano craft plant ae Uow stand- ro
ture U ICKTi tUe the last time. line was Marilyu Monroe's first
S I S eavig for a two-mouth Ero husband, James Doughtery, now a
f Court-mar- pean vacation with his wfie after Pasadena poloeman. At least once KI
m attraction completing the 3ith Dutfy's Tav. a week Doughtery showed Bob 8
gton durin era hafhour telefilm, Ed told me: cheesecake phs of hi wife
"I quitting a n actor and with the com "Some doll,
f. comedian. I've ad it. Fifteen eh7

A uaan m ey raher b ting else A surprise twist for itchum,
Sr a ee oyhe s td- de with M. Dfoughtery.e
le To. tele

he served asthe HE 11 KID from pain, Los
reshows G Chaval de are packing
o New a nd te Rudy Vae our. the Coonut Grove these nights
Path" dane I stemirer of the

lCountry ubt5 for the f t concert stage.
l:90 ..nt time a4a.tHerwahm O WOOD--(NEA)-The yeartwiA l si--lgreoup

appropriate p fe n uld get Ar Car But we was wo 100 per cent Spanickh except for .
rvi per eothel nd their f haven't eve talked ao t it" s Tr Reant w es upto
illes, and any visitors 3 are wl. There l b6 new Shacomes to atteladied Joan Crawtord-Stetong Haoden n:00
hifeud fire whe hears his opi- Trini's a native New Yorker whofirst
ME I NG iLe Ilon of "Johnny Guitar," the movie looks and sound like Shelley Win- :a30
rtmar pe e in vawhich they o-staned after Pas and who says, "I'm the only 5:35
H "I uas don'j like any of my foreigner in the group." 6:00
ttt et's ompal her Mrs. brown l the t u Is thee a big difference between
ton du roie a eticopu te:r trillder. "Dpltdamie B. swife
. . .. and = bn i ft! s? P ea 'ls s_ a : -

idio Programs

mr Community Station
(Telephone: 2-886)
here 100lM People Meel


,da,,. Wedey, JYj .I

l.aamym. 8*ow.y
-Music FO eay
-Feature e11elw: Caval-
cade of'A etica (VOA)
--What's Your Favorite
-Here's To Veterani (VA)

8aydan' only nommuent on the al s
1ta6 of fla tit "NotanUn- divor e io hi batoIt. Glof. Miller ad Tommy
u nble demand her children Bettor D y t"eae IsVOAt the
wad and that's what. we give (VOA)
abab-earted "Mybe" or .s." ht's the way It stands. We're a7:3-_Report From TheeU.B.A.
wery ",Welal, and with that themo." .-- t: ..-EbortvoAirom Th U A...
much to go on they tease' and beg -otthecnc ltes(V)
untilMri. Brown has to give in "ear Terry Moore's incorporated her- 8:00.-Muie By Roth
to their demands sever dow," with Jimmy Stewart andd T Moore cdtu- 810-aml d Fet(r
Mrs. Brown bels toe Grace My i s einal pic- Maybe THAT drs Is headed for uked Pr t (R-
orignizations that she knows aren't ey- shop windows ... Nothing poitical-Oe sephonebe-
worththe time and effort they au'n muneh '_m off at th Al-,about Leretla Young's dress doe-
demand from nfor the r impleto signer, Helga. She whip. up duds 10:30-Nelon Eddy's Penthouse
reason that when soeoinsied thok "forMi eEisenhowr e DYeN at h
a so h h fl seo un my, Immobile with a bo le for M Eisenhower e serenade tameL He ethe livin ream
e thashefromoin she feltshe couldn't so a murder hisaprtTruman. 11:0- n
,.say 'No.'- "n d 11:80-One Niiht tend a ang-and-iance routine
S a el The Browns' ocia Ur is as meat window., i 11:4-Muslc To Dream By
~t'= MADDOX" 'dull. as a routine chore. P' 1ar lad Mr Rdo :Cafes have nonslcohole cocktalhlI :00--anon O", mm ,, -.mom. .. L,,,n
S1 ad dOl oas a routine chore Pals saybthat Dale Robertson'scafe have nalcohoemc le..ocat...0-1t0e. -
.er.-rThat's bo. pate UM. Brown ,t nerv..es- walked out e on-- 1-rey Hempres Por -e
thinks unle L e they havead throe F nidsad the A. A.m's have Rum-
a role in "White .take,, usts kid .... Tomorrow, Thursda, JulY .
Now!w% vV", l e'U~trs$ Jair e oranges, 12 dates, U walnut planshe hs to accept every In from whopping ess be's taken boogies at a valleyicf.Nt.. .. .w,,, ...y2
addy :. ": a :.Evitation Ithat. comes their way. Andybak ogenura
ur .BaeWagr aro"oponas he hrsceted an Invitae f th ventres... n the menu r1:0e-ad:a OnTheZAlrm
M ve and Tierney, who would talk about/dy,
lala We earned t on coe.Pad Pee M ee cross- trpy froat a br hata the drop ofatu ba ay er : n Th m St
osrr .Wt.o CamlforIa, -win Into laUM. Pit da'and stu It and the vicious circlestartefew months back, .. as n o ,be oiable' Try our non-alco- lease phone before :00 V
W10 wagwortt' tse ... The be lk I The Viking
*A ~ Wty ewith wati. halvds. Arras This Inabilwty to say "No" h .. o . t-elr camdsbet bR hmoc cakt Ru t l-ook s : Nrnlng talan -aper "__ ...... ,"_ "_
Sb r. rb'-hubb .. The like a drink, smell er a d drinkn. 8: 1-Church In The Widwood
dpte.obut her and hn us lfavWo mnrrlae ofJune Horne-she's-tastes like a drink. But there's not 8:30-Musical 1 Ivellle
ron at"alye.d e .- ..d l0- and aI n Ta r present
pears an4d a l,.aels ora- e wn protests, tshe says "I Just could' t.. Jaki Cooper's .- is on the one drop of spirits In it." :-0-Ba-ebal-Today
Whnpever terr 's cheering redd b b igs toothed by 1-
tilledI with a cream soia.&estuffeddateFl, cavity of poUea let ois peftnthetr. shakyered browsdes.. se Barkensoet 0:15-Sacred_ Hear Proram
"withesalsadros.Wheneverthereits-`KeYvnne Dowdab6at.r ;-- e IBe ti drama by HRERMAN WO
ato rsbe done. oki to Yo baeed, a 10 --News -r
PA& PeiarsW1, 11cOWanyA O SEN"11Cat the Last'CE1:0-es
(Suva 2) lie I 10:0&-r T rT The Record (R
Frontier In s goo for the h es.. Ing,
ote 2Jb tn o be mdoe Md, Brown's Frontel, iD a home ut bus. hr: ksche.rus Par L es please phone before : 30)
po.md. e oes s Th ree rde pers, th at lThe fact that a pea eal .t..h bh 11:05-Off The Record (cont'd)i
an wrphed gard lM109P sr iloo.euucan.sswonder mpeaedicine mae 1sse-lg.t The e:ntertainer It .t .
Men age -as la "No" isan quill pas quickly a cv Ay' seat 0 l r o e.
j&lW palurd fa. tabl esp oo.- nel roIonor, Bardalror d Ong-e1maees
IV ,OLp mo g .an .m ,. sea- rly it is usually sated in weore oat- ,Now it can be.-told-and st's an o u. ...lt.outla. Got---:.-
N W d an U4wm n, H cup= =e ew,. '.A tering terms, suchN as, "-sk;Mrs ... ,.w.A ...Ufrom your chemilu tA P."
Iw h dded 1en ]B She's aways waill to ep td. 123:01-Lunobhtme Melodies
"to prent doi, 11:40-polar Music D am "-u
oa," Mr Brown t ,lomg 1:00-- O ew .
sse the things Oter apeo T drehe Pio 1:m Of Manhattanes
totOt-cambl forheir to do tbht she dom s 't have 1: 01 Maf Pionhers
u the tu or the O r to figure 1:iit Oi TheVikings
out what she would lie to be a d (NmB) ",
.d st 5- g, or- what lfor h bc- e ,M2:00d-Instrumental CapersAust 2,
M u ain .se, mix tlaU n- oer-own and her family's neods 2:30-Tex Denee Show
SIsr are olisti. I:4--Frenh In TheA r R
. And she'll never get her Ule, uf s :0--OrgaPn-
luftrd u nst C5 ler t9 0 .3:15-Freddy Martin Show L_ --
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u Richards' Team

-emais In Flag Race
SNEW YORK. July 28 (UP)-It's small consola-
i,-m for manager Casey Stengel of the New York
sk~~uees today that he can tell the world, "I told

Thie exrts thought "Old lead had dwindled to a mere two
C las l his grip a week games In the wake ofat consec-
,he he I tedthe Chica- utive defeat.
Whlie.-Sox were sill In the Stan 'IusW's sth homer
League race. Tho and Waly open's 1th were
~ 601sox had just last three of the hi es for the Ca r lass
mes to the Yankees and as relfet pitcher Breksa Law-
ert were writing them rense won his seventh ame
contention. sice June Center fl
S WUe as ht hbi 0th homer
. manager Paul Richards 'to go t gameS he1 d off
team proved the experts abe Buh's resort pce but
and tenel an t ulppy the blow ease a the ainth Inl
et When th bestme Ring when the. Giants were
s 4-0 last flht nab peies behind.
I nidioeveln Ind s to take a
5ve lead over the world Duke Bnlder's 25th home run
b ns via a 6-3 decilon of the mpaign was the decisive
rthe oston Red Box. The blow for odera, who scored
ite osox' victory-before a their sixth win in seven games
j iea record crowd of 807-alo ince they. reached their low
moved them within 3 games point in ago on July 20. B11-
of the second-place Yankees. ly Loss received credit for hil
. lxesth win after Don Neweombe
ro- AVirgil Trucke became the blew ah early 6-0 margin.
.@W league's leading winner when Duane Pplette, who has scored
4 iafteespun a flve-hhiter to gain all four of Baltimore's victories
S.t'lb 14th victor of the eam- since July 4. gained his ninth
; i p lga. It was the ird time triumph of the season as the
sIueason the pudgy fireball- Orioleis snapped the Washington
o beat the Yankees nato ame winni
m Wkb lh T de jlan4l i-

e Moso'e double
W ox off to a 2
three singles, a walk
rfice fly -roduced tw
e Aixth. White ox p
fhave tossed 1. a
re to the legse re
et by the 1906 "bless
I'logon hit his 18th
S01imms to their 14thI
Ioeetlngs with the R4
Aemon survived a gr
I Jlin la whtch n
th the bases filled-
1th ame. The Indlai
Swon 10 of their last
*a-.not counting th
te Red Sox.
L -AYivb amtsa.

GO Re WNIL7 a cm f-
e sent lette yielded homers to Ed Fitz-
-0 lead gerald and Mickey Vernon and
and a needed.help from Bob Chakales
o more in the eighth.
hutouts Bill Tuttle singled home the
cord of winning, run in the ninth Innins
i won- to give the Detroit Tigers a 3-2
win over the Philadelphia Ath-
hbmer letics but the A's rebounded to
to lead win the nightcap, 8-3. behind
victory Marlon Frcano's five-hitter.
ed Box. Steve Gromek won his 1th game
selling for the Tigers In the opener.
e retir- Robin Roberts became the ma-
icrifice eJora' first 15-game winner when
-to win the Philadelphia Philies aup-
us now ported his ihe-hit pitcNhig with
12 de- an 11-hlt attack that prdleed
o ties an 8-2 conquest of the Cincin-
nati Reds. Danny Schell Bobby
Morgan and Del KnnW hit hom-
mean* en behind Roberta, who has been
l*g-ln the winning pitcher in the Phil-
i to lies' last three victories.
l4.fter -
a Trcks, of the Cohir White
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Aug. 7P .ew

Slted For.a.
to a Ath.
lele aUion Junior O wil
be held August 7, stt Sat
.m, at the Balboa simming
The na ar d ,u r As.
gust a attp'o
.atry Mikni f *r .
Side limina eb aed
at may Pacific lt.-or pooL
The events will e re*.
ident of both Pansmied the
Capal Zone -boys IS t
(Be only limit will be age as fol-
Midget Division (10 y sa.rs nd
under: 25 yards, fref Ity ste.
yards, breast strike U ,
butterfly 25 yards, b ke;
100 yards, medley r'l q4 900
yards, free style relayF ap eter
divin(3 dives).
JuniorDivisIon (1 and 12
years): 50 yards, free. style; w
yards, breast stroke; 50 y a r d i,
butterfly; 50 yards, back stroke;
200 yards, free style relay; 2O
yards, medley relay; one-meter
diving (5 dives).
Intermediate Dvision (13 and 14
years): 50 yard, free style; 100
yards, free style; S00 yards, free
style; 100 yards, back stroke 100
yards, breast stroke; 100 yards,
utterly; 200 yards, medley re-
lay; 200 yards, free style; one-
meter diving (dives).
Senior Division (15 and -1
years): 50 yards, free style; 10w
yards, free style; 300 yards,
style; 400 yards, free style;
yards, back stroke; 100 ya
breast stroke 100 yamrd, but
fly; 200 yards (individual med-
ley relay; 200 yards, medley re-
lay; 200 yards, free style relay.
three-meter diving (8 dives).
It was announced also that med.
als for winners of the Fourth of
July swimming events have- ariv-
ed and may be claimed at the Bal.
boa pool.

Raffensberger Hu'ls,

Formental Clouts

Havana To Vctor

NEW YORK, July I8 -(UP)-
Ken Raffensberger. a good spot
tcher during hi twlght days in
te majors, serving the same
cause with Havana tn the Inter-

the irt. ft defe in .mes last
night, 1 to 2, in the Canadian city.
Ratensbrergerlimited the leag
derJ to seven hits' but he
needed a ninth-inning l mer by
Pedro Formental to gain the vi.
SR l-ader Jim Owens of the
SyrAic.. Chiefs also turned in a
edqJ pitching job in blank.
M tlrd place Montreal, 1 to 0,
on four hi in the second ame
of a. doubleheader. The Chies al-
so wop the opener, 9 to 5, against
hard-luck Joe-Black.
Elsewhere, second place Roch-
ester picked up ground with a 5
to I victory over Richmond, while
a fopr-run rally in the ninth inning
netted Buffalo a 6 to triumph
over Ottawa.

Along The Fairways

On Ladles Day last Thursday
there was a "Points" tournament,
and a certain number of points

ints, and Barbara Rhodes and
rwere Abven r birdied for hand
Bev Dilfer shot a good game
end. came in with an 3, and 841
point in the tournament. Malsie
Graham was second with 38
points, and Barbara Rhodes and
Margaret Abarr tied for t h i r d
plice with 37 points.
This Thunrsday there wibe a
"Poker Had" tournament, e-
leeted blind nine draw. Don't for-
get that Thursday mrnl is La.
es Day at Fort Amador golf
course, and there Is a 35 cents
entry fee for participating inthe

Sports Briefs

E M DOUBLE NEW YORK. All Is not well
'"R t Perfor n the fst office of the world
Repeat erormanc ha n New York Yankees.
with Pubic relations director Ar-

A ays he will leavethe Yen-
J tes because of what he calls "a
SLclh of personaUties with -
CAP T I se enrl Gan ower ne e We as.
3pmu satysu he will be on
"'" H U N TD". 'aPat, une eUte re-
"U N i JIg aes effect
ft s o pales haverecehe*
tares fight manner
sJame Jy. The umet eea r
CAP#IT t4 o | .nw to
Mleanor Pat*er. in I Gamut -lcag an i-
"SelAsUNTrA* managed in
-aaiqw I -vt. -
MEe a A L
4,3Asf3u HThe Univerity of Pensylvuna

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For PG.A.
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.ponshp or Burver
.pionship over

Gold Dust
--Bod.o lFranci fined ten dol-
lars by Colon Commisslon
-Jorge Gregoire to represent
Colon Commisslen at NBA
-Rainbow City gymdedleated.
-Amateur eing in C


mad tat befornbecony ig a
^^ Wsgf TraXl M wasn
SenAy the Colon
S C after a stor-
my susion. ,
The time set for the settle-
ment of the fnle was indefinite
but. Frapca was made to under-
stAnd that before any fight .that
he signs may be approved, here
or In Pana ah, he will have to
pay the ten olars to the Trea-
surer of the 0 .

The Combnish action was
prompted by Trncis' action in
unday's bput"aag st Lupe Pan-
cho when he Mused to touch
gloves at the beginning of the
lat round. -
The Muplcspalty's representa-
r t
tive in the Colon Boxing Com-
mission, Jorge Gregoire. was de-
signated to represent the CBC in
Cleveland at the NBA conven-
tion this comt0 September.
Oregoire. who is the director
of the Colon Stadium. plans to
leave the It unus on or about
September. 10. The convention
wi run for four dnTa obennin
on Septemberl. AlatfflllAI
the NBA e invited and ae-
cording to a letter received here,
both adnited Sttes and forei-
representtit will be present.
In a brie t wello conducted

ca w ated and"turned
over" to eD community by Lt.
Gov^ H. H. Pein uQ
jeer r ( pFresinedentt of
the Ram W CiM Civic Council,
who made the o immunity's re-
sponse,- emotpted "that those
present" tth2s dedicatory pro-
=ram wtflMed when Lt. Gov.
paun turned over the keys to
(8.1.) .iser (Superintendent @o
Schools) tbhp Inipence ot a new
era in the community life of this
townslte.m "An era," continued
Joseph, "tt will be dynamic in
every o _o making Ranbow
City a bete place to live in."
The ot t the Co-
lonA M ;," estiea= will
auti ArenMe -
battle 11 Henry In the
main event a the 175 pound
lmiTL 'is l2t-beavy contest
will ton the sald of one bantam,
two fea itS sd one wigter-
weLght AMAyhk We will release
the on WiapcuramIntso"-
rOwM _7

course of St


Grenberg Says

Mays Won't Break

Ruthf's Honer Mark

mw vnrI

, July
can t

Greenberg should taw: His 58
homers in 138 fell just two short
of Babe's mark. Maya up to to-
day has 35 homers In F games
while Ruth had o8 in 105 games.
Greenberg says "Mays isnn
enough ahead of Ruth to give
himself that September cushion.
Willie will find out come Sep-
tember that 17 ia a right rough.
Greenberg, now general man-
ager of the Cleveland Indians,
beUeves a player woul4 d eed at
cat 52 homers heading into the
final month. Hank mentionlaoth,
er considerations the player
should finish in his home park
and he should be on 4 strong
batting team so he wonht be
walked and so he will get extra
times at bat.
GOreenberg cites his own fail-
ure in 1938. Hank uys-."l had
58 homers with live games to
play for Detroit. Then we went
to Cleveland and played three
es in a big stadium. Then,
, "walked four time in one
game. I
Hank chuckles "I wasn't
nervous but those pitchers were.
They didn't want to be known
as the guy who threw the ball
which broke Ruth's .odrd."

,' !1 u om oow painw.


h C t made a brilliant recov-
eryt a In sub par golf after
losing t e of the first four
holes. didn't have a bogey
after the third hole and1 lo
only One of the remaining 30
pl -'M the third time that
Harbert has reached the final
In the POA tournament. Burke-
mo was also in the finals for
the third time. A streak of wild-
ness wiped out his three-holq
lead sad sent him three down at
the 20thb
After the 20th, Burkemo re-
covered, and played excellent
golf but could only keep pace
with Harbert.
Thls was Herbert's ninth try
for the PGA crown but be
never only managed to reach

Mbll? Lou if-S) aod Cam- --i--
(ht Game) wh w08 L "00 oo 4 I 1
.,Loul ( 000 060 0m2-7 i. (b-)s ranee a nd Bern,.
ew York 0 01 001 001-4 10 0 Trica (14-5) and Lelar.
Beads Lawronce (-8). Haddix /.wm.t) "--
and arniL Hearn, bomes (8-7), (filh
,Oalm and Wesatrum, 000 00- 3 01
Det %0I 1009 001:3 IS I1
(NIghmQie) I (0-3) and. tobertaon.
in at 000 000 020-2 k ( 0 and
Phia elpha 010 304 00x-4 11 0 -
(Night Game)
Podblelan (8-5), Perkowaki, Philadelphia 01 120 200-8 13 1
Collum and Balley. Roberta (15- Detrot 000 000 130-4 1
8) and Burgess. ProMFnl (4-7) and Autroth.
arver (1-7), Miller and Houe,
No other game scheduled. -


the nalm twice fore m Tankeas ab r h 0a
1947 and 19. Brkeme h Woodlin f ...... 4 0 0 2 0
been s the finals three tM Collins lb ...... 3 0 7 1
In the o lat four years. Walt Mantle f ....... 0 1
lestto Sam Snead at Oakmot Ber ....... 4 0 0 1 1
n 1951.Noren r ........ 4 0 3 1 0
Ka:bert's terrible beg3ifing toela 2b......3 0 1 0
might have caused other g R to i n....... 2 0 0 0 8
to pick up and quit. However b-Rob ....... 0 0 0 0
C cImprovedsteadfly.H ptdlMrnda s...... 0 0 0 00
even at the 11,th wentahe tnByd p .......... 0-0 1 1
the 14th and. increased his mar- er ...... 1 0 0 0
gin from there on. Branch p ......... 0 0 0

Ana Williams, TOtNs 31 0 524
Clara Wattley w

t nilhold farewell en Vi ri.
lv at tab g ....... 4 o0 1 4
Lateenu a oa enmuning chae 3b ..... 0 1
at seven o'lockW 4 ....... 0 0'4 0
Thil "de pedd" wmll in ho a- aaki ......0 0-0 0 0
or of Ana Williams d Clarp Mehee rf ....... 0 0 0 2 0
Wattley two of the beat female Thucksp ......... 8 0 0 0 0
softball players on the Isthmu.
These two players need po intro- Totals 29 4 8 27 10
duction: to the public.
Ana Williams, a nativer of CaB& a-HIt sacrifice fly for Groth in
fornia, came to the isthmus ap- 6th.
roximately three taa and d-Struck out for Riauto In
has played with the a Jr. 7th.
softball squad ever since her ar- c-Flied out for Byrd In 7th.
rival New York 000 000 000-4
With her heavy hickory, 8 h e Chicago 200 002 00x-4
helped her team win two cham-
piobshiP. I Errors Michaela. R.BJ. -
She a the wife of MuWter -r Cavarretta Rivera, Mchbaes, Sa.
meant Luvinton William of Al- watakL Double Mifiaso. Sac-
brook AirForce Base. rice fly -. Sawatsk. Double.
Ana is leaving the Isthmus on plays Riuto-4oleman-Col-
Saturday morning., .IM rox-C auel-Cavaretta;
Clara Wattley, C a n a I eon Michaels-Cavaet Left on base
chool girl from La Boe f -armer.- .Yankeea 6, White Box S. ames
y played wit the chmsai MbAri on bal oTrucks B. ,
Cola leam until she jo the A- Branca 1. 8.0. Trucks 4. e off
leman squad. -Byrd 8 in 7, Branca 0 In 1. RunA
and earned runs-Byrd 4-4. W.P.
She is a reiablepi -Trucks (14-5). L.PF-Brd IS*-
bad known for fonrbemri. J
A member of the 14Boea Ocu-
pational High Scho faculty, Miss .
Wattley is lUeving the athmus
August to enter a idwrlity in
the U.S.

Panama May i er

Cup Team- Mches
Tourney officials A- c -
that the Unlted 8tat a aSDevell
other nations have" .nter e r
teams In the l Ith
Tuna Cup matches. .

no tournament *pen Sep- PAA
timber eighth et r h
the 1oth of Wedoep Nova VICTOR M
are defending i

Uaintsa o M8a ,

Wo e odward imi
an 1 .1 black -------------

(Night ame)
Was ngm 000 111 308 12 0
Baltimon re 140 030 O.x-7 *1 .3
Sehmlto (5-8), Pws 8tew.
art, McDermott a Fit .
PFllete (9-10), haka Iad 4I
Courtaey. ~- ad


Loop Stadings

Rochester ;te 41 .Og-
Montreal 46 J
HaVana 86 JI4

(Secend Game)
Montreal 000 000 000-0'4 0
syraeume '000 000 lx-1 1 0
Ca .Fabbro (I) apd Thomp-
son. O6 ns an Eraitt.LP -
Cox. HR Bowman.
Buffalo 006020 004-8 10 3
Ottawa 020 110 100-R 13 s
rlekson, Swirts (7), larirM t
(0) and Lakeman, yah (0). DUl.
mar, Haaj (I and Watlngton.
WP Bwarta. LP Ditmar. ,
Havana 000 020 001-3 I 1
orto 000 100 10-272
affeaberger and No bl e.
Barnes and Griffin. HR Jeth-
moe, FormenatL
Richmond 000 020 000-2 3 1
Rochester 1032 MO 003o-5 0
Nardells and Johnon. Jack-
son-nd Riggan. HR Virdea,

$1.10 PER CAR

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$12 NCh-. mi N ,-A5 &'. +.
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u 1 owevr. m -how fuagYu.. a violation of true
bbye. ,_ wmilbe tone ab
byt. tai
& L1 o tt dm icfLtic Idea wold brin d
t ac aesac tion that th e democracies
a.,, the 80 &n ~ u~ aTO abandon the Iymjllca airun
would alyeW etl w.u=d listen. the dem2cra
t tlosa

Jut what the democracies ire up 1al ins Indicat
examination of the cuOe of E il Zatopek, of Cdrcho-Slo
Sworld'sNo. 1 distance runner.' ... .
Kstopek. whb tI a.major in th..ate*nr, BivWt -nMetin
: l uUs.e. B our o fi hours a daygog
AA It, 4etur* In' 323 mile In the notrnag Iad 18 i
B-e duahes 20 aitontai of 200rmeters each, with jogP In bet
runs. and then goes 40 quarter miles, agin Joggng between

of' e pv=y=f ee il athletic career, and the Cnechor go'
S mient taking good care of both Zatopek and his jsavelin-thrc
'M w. ,, ari ee er in the natiUonai strvni
b = 0 I-&""hitutttuU. all bills t oo by %
.. 3 y. Btb winter m a.a standout p erome uvi
SL ow.b Bnaetlonus p moved to the warmnner terralne

This paternaliotic system of developlWtheiskperior 'r
producing great athletes by the w0olesal In the Sovi et
..,. "n sht omlap. -
SHwily e an Q a',em an xde te- AS monrs
aIV took"ld0 1ooA cnde ofr both Ito an e ns o

and o ea. *^m^^n. *
I "Tla coervbldi that te onlte& nk f l wiMhave ito10
f irt Oelybeplen. batnS Metwurone-s Weowermet too far
o t Ruk M Iet, watolet. b comIpte-d in their flrMte lynie
BlshikiL The undflicil tanTm dorMgave us 414 flpoIWta,tb
etBiu and Hungary, a Commie sattolte, SOS. Our ya
athlete hobld toconM Wer behind to beat the Russians on
M latday.
I They are going to be a lot tougher at Maetboune. Whit
Sovi t athlec effort becomes more and more Intensified, w
r&oing thrOugh a deplorable campaign of de-emphasis of as
and college d mpetltion.
In the. world athletic ranking for o1953r wIth the top 10
; In eacb event. Rusa hd two men at two mules, another pA
three miles, two more at eix. and five In the steeplechase.
S had nobody t beyond We Santge' No. 2 rating behind re
buster John Lady in the mile.
imSoe Indicaion of what the Iron Curtain gang asm t
Into the field right now will be evidenced at Berne, wltzer
next mothb. In the European ]bmitoishlgs. By 16 a lI
SRuan athetea now undercover will be ready for Olympia

SWht'a to be done aboit our own athletic ltion?
t&Anly It i badly in neaed ofvigorous prn tlon. The first
Sof r eboe. would be to counteract the influence of the "m
The American is oftening up alarmingly. If in d
*can draft-board tatiea. fii

JI ..^ Sawl ~aUIue'tj~fQ fr~
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I lmaft

I m muwamee, a feenag ge- a. m Ar w Dw no o f y
wal of serlbed as humble self-satUe- ae is as
were fuUom. The.l db owners yee* 3i .B ald, but he .m. makE IL,
away terda deeMed on Milwaukee Sch.ar listened as Motagupe
a. It Co ty Stadium as the site for gpt 6the phone.
Snas- the 1M5 All41tar game. CMir-.
Ua Fred Miller of the sports "Forget the firstbase mYaJack,
eemmittee of the Milwsakee but t u j(ast gotta et th 1
Asselston e Commerce says yelled Montague. an. o ev.
--"It's only Hittlng that thq et4yt10" g and he'll be it lhs mt-
AD-Star famn should oame to jors n two years."
ed by the iY whih ham shown th ,
makia, ga test appreebatloen for base TheBieck Barons wer' pId
816.0,00' fork Meays- contramet.
ae to Elsewhere In baseball: you ngar,got W1oO, andi was .-
some Ft banm Ferria Fain Of sgnedo retow.o the B luter-
n the the Cbia WhitSe ox had s State League. -
artilage removed from hl "
wee bright nee yesterday. Dr. John At the end of the season, Chick
haw W th Wtoe Sox surgeon, Genovese,. the Trentommanager
caite operation a success. But stopped in to see aDurcher. wi
vious he eays It .wfll be "five or six into raptures about the boy won-
rem- weeks" before Fain gets back ID- der.
nwig to uniform. Olaridge alOn looked
at third baseman George Keli "Willie Mays .is the .greatest
ce or andsaid he might be able 'toballplaye ver I everaw, e said.
g ov- bilay n one w~ek, =eH-alo auf- When he hits the bal, it's lang
ign In e from an injured cartilage goe m h
rund in hU right' .-e-h* d the leg Be s fr either than Campy
placed In a cast./ ca.
Ice Is The Cleveland Indians have
clon, oa0t rigit-lander M .e (larcia. N,.W.sat until e rp tg 0 f
for a few da0s. Garcla's father; 1,91 that Lee .saw .. forth
M.rced, died Monday in Visalia, first tie. The Giants swa p-id
mated A 7MM0itraining camps with theYa n s,
eters, "4 |

S BALBOA aUs ALsoK TIme: 90o a.m.
IC Momits Dro Re. sa Match: Dewar Match, any
d Although only two teams gandaht; low lire pr na.
a at eleven aUdvMuad shooters turn.o shots a r 80ads.
a So-aed up for the latest revival of 29shots at1 yard.
tk gbore V l competition atar-. open to: Any authored mem-
the fn Sund, the competition her of
was close and there was some Canal Zone Civilian Gun Clubs.
e the pre- .Gsn b .n c. me a Armed Forces of the United
choo acre of 921 to beat Albrook. Constituted U.P. Law Enforce-
The Albrook total was 878. mont.
Bill Jaffray's 240 with 21-v's Agencies stationed in the Ca-
Rated made him high man for the day nal Zone.
jLr at and helped Balboa win. .SC gntrye fee: $1.25 per competi-
We Charles Roberta of ft Kobbe tor. NRA regl.trA ton fee of 25
cord- fired 23M6-2v to press Jaffray cant. will be deducted from this
close. Capt. Jack Kennedy of entry fee. Entries should be di
Albrbok totalled 2333-15v to edge reacted to W. S. Jaffray. Small-
hrow Irv Krapfl of Balboa ou t of bore RiUle Manager, Balboa Gun
lrnd, third place. Krapfl also had 233, Club.
ot of but only had 9 v-ring shots, n. i dL a
oun- While It wa an easy course. Firng Wil m ece at
the scores indicate that it was 0:0 a.m. Sharp
not too easy. and Il is obviousdfo
Cer- that most, of the contestants Scories may be counted for
ste could stand a little practice be- Club 8mallbore Rifle Champion-
uel tore the DCM match scheduled is .... ... ; ..
*for August. The date for lthis & tWcl Offine will Assign
Will be am unced later. but It o compete tt andmr -
oubt, w be ether August 15th or ay8; each r ay comp ete
22nd. The Balboa ,un Club a- both state prior to leaving
rifle oes mae aoa int Classcation: C o m p etitors.
rf s hoIters makehaoth.at will be clasifled on the basis of
tshouo S u in tu ma toh .-- scores fired In 153 and first half
m the iualiecato f it to si to 1954M lbos OGun Club prone
trof CivinM a-s allbor competition A record-
smansh'Di Vu p.macten 55 many ed.
names as osi.ble Awards: First and second
)lce High Maper-Expert,
Sunday's scores follow: -a. seCopsfPlace so-
Balboa Gun Club Total Note: Thi system of classifi-
Jffray ............... 2 Y-2 Tc a awards a e.n a-
Krapfl ......dope....t.o oratly to ford en-
Keller ................ 22- cra to nwshooters. It
Millard ...............222-15 iacd with the needs of
I the Balba n Club an& will be
Teaw. Total ........921-52v continued until the National
Classltoationa of the bett-.r
Albrook AFB-. shooters are more in line with
Kenned. ............233-16 the con*etivea-,tation in this
Coe .-................223-14v club.
Wagner ............217l-Ov
Sanborn ..............304- Sv Compewtiton has been red hot
jn ths prone shooting in
Team Total ........g7l-45v me a. te t ar, with
mamy ONIt s fired, some
obeorts .............. 23--112vsoots. S Jaf-

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The ast b th tb etweeau d pace", it
series of w e rifle t .10. "oIs obvl1t 1 e -erO the
tttloen se aale4 by the Balboa tem a wme
Gun Club for Ite atto take very et.w ame a
plane s y. Augut Iat .m. I CIL a tMe erv-
the Thisi tour-
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worked .I St. Petersburg. They first. But this time when be threw
were meetiWng the Senators In an the low outside curve, Wille
exhibition gaqe in Orlando. Mays reached out and hit the .all over
was in nearby Sanford with the the clubhouse in left center field.
Minneapolis farm club squad and "When we shook hands after
Durocher. eager to #et a look at the game, Willie wrapped hll ire.
the new find, arranged a game be.- nm dos had a n e.
twen the AUiiera and the Ottawa 'Ylu'll be okay, kid," assured
squid to start at 9 o'clock in the him."
morning. I .I b"te .1 .,.
.Mays batted .417 M l"Ames for
"I recall Willie wearing bis Minneapolis.
pants .too long," recollects Du. Meanwhile the. Giats yare los,
rocher. "The first time up he lu 11'istraighi;t * *-
lined a base bit into left center. Durocher pleaded to Horace
In center field, he threw a strike Stosieham for Mays.
to the plate to cut down a runner "He's going into the Army,"
attempting to score from second Presdent Stonuham replied.
base on a hit. The next tim at "Let him go into the Army
bat he grnded out. from here."11. .unter"d Duroebt
ck -him "Andwg
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M~ja went 0 for 13. btA
tOr sek with tcm. T ea
.Ie busted a toweling home rio
over the left field atand f th
aoff Waain I
be ev. Then he wit m
A il 1 for O3.
with Mays and wa richly *.j
warded when Willie commence
to hit., .
-Say Hey." W lli ebegat
chant exeltedly. y. Hey b Is
Bimdnatam sanalut*U. 8ay He.
beaiite-hi Giants' dan t--a s
was heard around the league a
the LWtle Miracle of Cod-'an
Bluff tock place. Mayc *Bo b*atin
.294 at the start of the lst ifot
and despiAte a ather poor SIep
tember fnishd with X&.
Iut Mays. did more than bat
for thq Glant. He was their pin,
wheel and personality kid.
"He's the center of attractlop
wherever he li," stresses Du-
roeher. "It is like Babe Ruth or
Jatk Dempsey coming into a roem.
When. ~ille walks into the club.
house, everybody looka at bhi."
A throw by Wie In August
easily cold have been the t u r
Ing point of the campaign a 1o
In, n always big one with the'
Dodgers at the Polo G r oaa da,
Wlle went deep to his left after
a drive by Carl Furillo. He graWb
bed the bail whirled as illy Cor
tagged up al third base and bead
ed for home .
Willie nailed Cox at the pliti
with a throw that shook theo
Dodgers and sent Durdeher Into.
a victory-crased duput idane.s
They'll never forget that .row
"I Just throw at White," s.
planned Willie, Flrit Jaeman
Lockman having. jlnd up the
Wille's enthusiasm Is I nfe c.
tious. When the other side is, re-
tired, he ruis to the. dugout as
though he were dealing home.
"See Wllie catch that ball," he'll
ldr .Giants hust like blazes.
S ,one wants to di sa p p point
S X6wlags the at like a lit-aie
W& t*oer reach. the ball, It'.




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W N ,U July 28 (UP) For- mone measure of the session. plent Eaenower'd original .h lln s and Ports in Europe. (,riginoved 0r Ild war but
.t of Colombi Lau- Ony a formal roll call vote re 32030,533 request $7,000,000, cuOt $, 700, s umueaty fo i i
I omes left last night by maned to send the bill on to tna The bill for fiscal year 15* *Development of 8pee .No- eses in southe e ,-
:,lor Bogota after more slow-moving Behnate for action, which started July 1 lncludls: Atomic Weapons 000,000. cut .
13a+ year in Europe, it was The House beat down all at- Military Aid $1,265,200,000 $27,000,000 In new funds but ap- Defense r 0hS.. ..,

Sa spkesma Both Sides Claims Partial WaiSgg.UI U( "e Actio
t yesterday. He was x- Li.ift.oo uL C; Ii 00 00 .I ,0 0y:, U rge d

.n.Bogo=t A12s Longest Fiibuster Endst M arr ino acc0ri CtG
yeeday, Colpm- Technical Mon, $100,-..
eO here could off er. no 000,000, cut 1, ,
W I eJplanatioh f te WASHINGTON, July 28 (UP) Sen. Wayne Morce (ind.-Ore.) the near-agreement to bring 000000 cut '- WA OT Juy28(UP)
nofthe-The longest flllbpster in U.. the Senate's champion long-dis- he debate to an early close h --Sen. Ralph Flanders (R-V) '--
t.,,parllanr.'ntary bltory is over. tance speaker, foiled rthi by been, upset when Knowland mov- *,fsaido h s tll _owsasenators .. .. :
Same to Europe short- It ended dramatically fast speaking for 12 hours and 22 ed to sable an amendment byV cannot e Mtrl on his propo- .
the military coup d'etat night when the Senate suddenly minutes to set a new record for Morua without disc4 sion, The '.sa to h.ne cen re .. -
14 1 when Lt. n. the am rations unbroken oratorymoton carried, 43 to 4, and te Sen. Joseph
S oja Pill, col- t.n. bill at l lr 13 day s of Senate wa ofr on its fourth all. Uand l t old reporters that .
in peoftheColom-e stormy debate. When Morse finally yielded the night s.elon in five days. i any s"na5or w oasenl st with-
Swas proclaimed e-Both ides claimed at least a floor, still in good voice, Know- Defending his action, Know-- 3IH l I whe .. of h S 'isruom"n ( '
a feftl e t startial victory today and all Sen- land, his face biet red, began up- land heatenty accused the oppo. b -fw w
thad been in effect oeu ttore breatld a sh of relief braldine lcbuster. and vow- sitlon of 'laying down ultma-. come upPfl. ay l in effecvlt- dI.. -"
.Bot a r a te tme uellin a-ngbt sed- he woulra o i ame m re- bums" on terms for conc-luding wSH TOAul 38 (UeP) Iangt o th0e is ... .lic
to his post with 'mesre o .,rohed 57 to ".How patlsnt do you expect news conference today that he or ,'dodgeit,' Fland ers warned, Il .'
Teeatlse to dmiss R ul e pt industry Mor&, came back later with a the men to be vho holds this e3 an increase in the federal The Vont.RePSbl can said
a o I ss -c wpouwed o ndsr S0-minute rebuttal attacking responsibility of the majority debt limit beyond $275,000,000,0 he ee t a SeDate vote on tie
=d:' woa. the full hw pofe ati in-nowiand for leavi the _- leadership?" he asked. is inescapable, sedan tda r- u'
rale po W with n. allies. It w lcaio h t atle debate As Know land sat own m nost iThe monta the debt sub- mld tr on S
tr y feod from tn orI form b ths the secturity of the senators on the Republican aide Jeo t to the legi limit was will toSea tmo
.r r-n a frr o Democra c- ored United States." g6ave him a standing ovation $270,700,.04,,16 At the en oMe Wd
Swith cries of Good or you. las fcal year on June at orm
sdoMe andnewts which hobbled some Another possible lash was Mor mid en lihto-noon governments peoeds f lowestpubl As u the Sen-
BotSiFsClae'Par t
Btfe,] rst to. the of t prov"o- vwerted when rnowlapd with- speech was the loet lain senate income and heaw expenses He te to."disrepute'? by his so- .5w~nc a
B letB Frae, It now o to the H drew a ,roposl to mpon a history unlnterrupt by a quo- I the coming month tmo
whik down th hw s eto ed sto ed t titeUllift on debate on an a- rum call. He asso holds the rec- The chief execUtive. sald hew He said it will not cite-a ecI fte : b so
on dat a HoseSenate mett b Sen Hubert H. ord for the lg Inter-not ready to d e
e mit to work Hiuphrey(-Mlm) rupte4 t y a nquot e oll psropoto h easeeathe..det a0i$mt. 0 .
tionfs approved by the two hu atth. 0,ti lnd .m .
'o-- r sF ua,"1 "sron an amendment ws a- t'club Gi- m fdrs ..llql :+ '
Inrn aio splUf wosdepl P0iD (in- wt .ouldse "asa
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.. Ok ystro a cc Jo e.. borate Moon Rouge supper e n ew f h m Pgraml. h tiflloe
lt last weet a ri ticala period InOsp ly b8o ce vote. ucl said By Le Ms Texs ns on by along f disposonld

the 1 Aay~ S couphe the SenateCosundaena PrimemMinnt t the Long Beancnbeeautyrpagc Ird w f rerdw thuby tdicsu casdsioate has sst t Thtursa ny,
e t h. S 0 U aI Moscow tod en route back to a week and some of the other All bids rid e ..
a 'in by ne beauties indlaa ted they were "I-ad et Congrs d e yr to ha tIs ppor wh h.
R.j ic No rI -.. oreque swtout- e nu
when i dera of thei O ou TN e r cEr ,v A V gEo '
h Cmmn .ots pott ns ere aeitms whs are: h aorP nDreoptries deand r whe n. erorist wded ay '
SIthoesn aceh of olatia dA faneyhood lub- The farmbillthe tax l the
eita n NW st "L eemaov. agreement." ie, ne da ofred oisas con t eanhowli-com unL bll, olthe h o- t ra...
ri. e i e ol- r claim the Mvite rse program, extension sol Bidsor the oanatela p o f a e -p nt tfor pa rtil c- te o a a..
steaandSonn the ah p r u oandhten aido thcurity and teie olr en aid seWagwe treatm set alnit ia ~~~n.

had inoffernmetntbaeRrdl aPOS.llh
Iaua m ii da" b i atorib i ce ImeOf teying d owr -oimawcomeup F-rnh oe fc
othauaheugrueligamungf thea u gtaicatn es," onaer of the msafro andogWASera ll laNTONew o i3(Up)Igt.W,,m
anu ofhru hen wSme btinfeomuvgotas Plbadt e suPeTI da n t sposaal on the At soappes to e, In -an eswhere"b.oe-...
0 chiar i .i Th e a Cosummuiap ot hdese Prime M-in the Long Beanc beauty poie- c nes .erenothat

)OStOWlhers t h e 2l8 conracs rb s taectrtyLefised Teivatemnba lcank tlria s r g e .
ie later lh oeu b lao l arrived in cant, had accepted .he job at teame oh csaia
w, iwa ibMO Wtothae sfom atoionwithbawall ies It and s ooue oa the other am ons hw mwas aTe m n o tr i dIeItsb te, woud be glaW si n... 9 I
Pe n o.bpane, beauties indicated-they were "In-. S sw:
Sao n A dhin arenotyet cepnson toinnsit for ,nswho week contracts with options. a c slidO wil e received ae

ano a sa the e, Ian bhcheneeareasnte- also. ho post of foreign Employment f the othe,

rrl g a lit-,l aeeb tn a ltyhitso-
'Fchar ne a grinding to a close. try's delo.Po 2 '.to the Gneva tries, depends on whether they romints eriously wounded a ini e A
Sws ltllno clashes bet French ar menionerence. cn obta work p it d serant at Cablanca ad
athe wo d inis eted re Cou fl i from Waraw whether they wat to rem a inre to 250 acre of forest near of ae plant,.too 10Wal
thrportd e ad in it nort eshernVet rN-am where he Cbonferred with Polish here," Sennes' salt=. _Cacherou, Alg eria.t yestdnasho hea t & .wuld

o~.the. cetra adthnortonf the invitaon of the. govern- South Carolina, ra0 Hong Kog, African situation with emer eiO
,bua gaosssSappwreedent- tT hound ed ta
etlh"n hele-todycaptuedonemnornout honmor docloe Foregnd Me-nrael to- ala, Mexico, Philp- year-ol.d Ben o ae.
t blldald T stia William Fn poe 1,It.u n
tpost and were besieging two a te MnD Con -A unknown errors at
y,#others. 'Light patrol dontacts"reethl in a crowded Cmlana i. InL .O
unistaorganyNeatshLaos.. CilY le.at isolatied I1I
were reported In landlocked l" n e.t eed
t o eip oeuioeerwa sd printed a f=ve-ro French authorities proceeded farm hose in. the mouains .o d y the e tl heO
government based Red river "delta, which is to be a band of 50 fellaqha dur itn o i
n case today, but gave completed within 300 days. lpid............nicht, French police s e
John's prentw here-tAsokesmanistory.the renchue T bhe are tak n. con:tiedi ,..:
any other new infor- high ommland'saidm 5,00eatrs-tantan hour but the -i do] _a__in"i" "
otwife heis beingnheld eas by the Reds during the tthe trench said. There wireno. oI
will -U by the Commu- coming month will be sent to casualties among the At eule.r s
/ thouthern capital of Sa gon. or aaJong soldiers who defePded e.AThea:r. nMehw
..Jl Afn.Five rail.wy workers.woo, -din a Aa wa
Wen Knots Tied In 1dyfr44as t andCr o been Mae, Sn*hd
Hnyoweofteea di Eoubrine. on the -e-artr1 0 tra veiit.. ..,at

16 ahRe4enteo .D w
" h uarresingoil u -,sels certin a belated tenth tion..
.the R who tied therO5DnP bu delIghted and grat/- "- .' "..wi e" at. train on the Tuwia-Ssla blet ie a rh a
-t at tat Wif ovetFoein instr . erstd.1 er rje.. ...S t A u 'rerwih .-.319.

fled to fid couple he a- .... early today, but no one was Ia--fln W---
a distinct ldmsure. r ied ten years ao "stll hapy, injured police aki.
lbr Rabbi Samuel B.N many with several czudren to The new outbreak of ars by
b awsd m half a d eou-'their ch terrorists in Algeria followed "
up to thank him for, The ellnss leader., who is a cent firno which police are -
their wdded bi ten gradu of theningt of --vestixating.
M t of them were, Cincin Ut iad Hre Voimrd ltptay in 2 ,-n
ae him bac k in. Colllelpe. e e t servers here said. until ae a
'tomd him back nCollfe.rhselped o th National Assembly h
'WRabolf, who claims ed ewAmm of Youang de-France's reform p
MLwho clims Wens' mAwMatimsinH ithnrun to T
fm m the waters of 194. and Isis w vt of1rstto- he wBf thenunit
whmenme sent eral secretary took illo Premier. It was
In e Statesh re- Ute world. He was-aoldetwould be o.-
week to Visit hIends for the National swlih Wet- French ambuSafdo
In ta yTears. fare Board in the Itm ry, probably Preident i
as director of the Theater during last war.Premach Union Assemb
July 143toOct. At the grmtie he t Peacurrtno
a ace of Rabbi ritual of Caniy.InformedA
Asw ack.we
then se" .90 10 ,.To. oo gcalubtlen betw-en-
dote.nded JThe GerOo ems t oeaderao
t. current lSlt- on the Ii ,s Vests. UEARLY ACTING--"TMt's not .the m De_ ur (moutuWmi p.
s Piday night eafiduetu a hear at tin London, Boglead, e, ualw
who I here h abbath uming- &tAIML e a- In how to get food ram visita rI
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