The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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dea. LeI.ten ae Meived eefuUby ad re hainM ed in whel c
ios ,,as eula' a ita M idet h*a UMwI i m nt I It daoWN't appe- t,
IbM dsp. Le.s ewe.pb^uhs6i.s shdsr syeesseivl.
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Soviet Sector, -Eat Raug a.-.
Since my hair needed oattg ad
my trench coat
bnas, and I hadn't vWHd
my worrisome Oferifa uam
and translator had Wtr 1 me
against it, I spent half a y in
this corner of the "People' Dem.
ocracy' to see bow the other half
of the world lives.
In East Berlin It's not wood.
After hours in the Soviet petor
-walkUng the grim strite,- riding
the. trolleys from the demareaUou
H" at the Potadamer Plats com.
paring shop windows-I cound un.
dertand wnat I had not been able
to comprehend fully earlier at the
West Berlin Central Emergency
Recention Camn for ReAr-.o o .,.,


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Communism is not an Ideolky taken objectively and ration- the usslan world.
.fly by Its adherents. It Is a kinao of religion based on hate. con- After my hours beldhid ,'Iron T
S and conspiracy. Most of t ne socil actions ar mere bait Cth asl" I fi naly de od
Am the lower ranks to help the leaders to stay in power. It can-lw hn awlas resfo ng w
nt be done by terrorism alone as that eventually destroys Itself. hundreds of bYoul
A. Powell Daves, In his book "The Urge to persecute," saysack their babies
.P > long way around
P ologically, Commnism Is a religion of the Party, the areas to sneak a

eIl: a Measiah. Lenin, and a sepulchre, his tomb: with cleared. But s til
City. Moscot:with ano rthodoxy, whatever the hierareh better to be hungry bue n
NpIn such: with a "theology." dialectical materialism: wt if the corners are univ ent .
Wthe corners are ,,

n'o ihres. i ts disciples throughout the world: with an inquiso- This trip of miu wRp ablk s
o and a drastic attitude to her ; with a h n on earth and dagger stuff. to a
In the future; with a claim to complete devotion, surpassing that the Potndamer Pat, I- M
S- pschological alternatives the rubble mound ma .
Severthg that other religions offer, and with the where n d
motonal f satictlon" of a church. Hitler burned to death,
"Its appeal, however, is not to the nobler elements In human At one side of the PIut is a
Nature as the appeal of other religions is, but to resentment and row of "last stop" store l ere,
hate. And the communist "church" Is not an open fellowship if you don't buy too bulk a pack,
but a secret order, disciplined by zealots, and engaged in a con age, you can pick UP orges, ban.
-,-acy to rule the world." anas and ma in you can't
-it provides th orlrtunity and outlet to certain types of Setin the workers'arade, which
: le perso immature spiritually. some of whom i literally fity eet cross the
ay be outstanding intellectually. Klaus Fuchs gave atomic se- street.
crets to thb communists. His father said of him that "he had Here, too, the store windows say
the mind of a genius and the soul of an infant." "0st Gelt' accepted. They take N YOrk C onf dent al
These are the people who often become obsessed by the Eastern sector marks at five to
sm ,,, to persecute." They alo find outlets through such organ- one for Western marks, which i e w Y o r
an as the Klu Klux Klan. the Nazi and Fascist groups of makes the Eastern Spviet mark, .
ayand Italy and the Falangists of Spain. Worth about a mnckle. Se I picked
There are also a lot of pseudo-patriotic societies, fostered by myself up some Eastern miks

The biggest suckers are the people who pay $10 for a bed the Russians have made it illegal BEE
etwit eye-holes cut in it, or for membership in the other to have more than 60 marks in
rganheetiath eon. But you've heard about one being born every mmln- cash. How come They Don't Tell Us Papers ask if the seetste board Kr a home
o i stimos.I uthithink that is an understatement. But It is also This means no East Berliner can These Things: The new draft con- thinks. this a Side. May op
."atm, ta- .','Indifference of people who really know bettericarry more than the equivalent of sttutiu of the Chinese t People's gets ioniUesSd. .
1 s ki pa n theprom ot, of hate and persecution to three dollars on him without run. Repub e (that's the Reds ) con-pl es .reweH 'M e etis a o
Smse it easy or e p ning the danger, not only of havi ~as a clause giving it the r ight year. .Nu
eper. -Credo Cathoun, the surplus confiscated, bu of to Interfere in the internal and -. ito a
big arrested as a "saboteur of e cal affairs of any country (no mat.r Dept. of hagh O'9r : hkel eea arm
-".,national economy." ter how remote) in which any er- .ar W .P't leave .
Answer to Previous Puz z. So, since some 40,000 W t Bar. sons of Chinese descent reside- j' '"Lbee von
liners work in East Be and even ,if they ar several genera- dinT a I
Tri,,p to ,,,. twalk across the line, ..k a Utips removed. hi means these lin Rouge) Raybi Hug 4 ii As c nc Jp
trolley to the line and te gentle Aarian rmers ( t's not exacy lonely either. si F"y tell you_
DOWN o the enemy's tram e what El r R velt called ofthenh (at Ciro's) V .I It e y-t
ub w,, ay or the 8- them) d t ote us how Buehler, .
and.inp ur i ap

Ig to dohs blet to prevent any
vote at alt on the-lPau 0 rMulu.
tion. He has been hat li en-
ators xurgig them to bloekA de-
bate and vote only on a motip to
table the Flanders rmsoluto -de-
spite the fact that be mpreuotuly
gave his word to Flanders that he
would permit the resolutin- to be
voted on. '

on New o the Cab, it SteMnls of
pen. a law aippi, GOref tennessee and Jack-
Johnsaon son of Wasianl n.
3.Gbt Jobont suggested that tey
.VaMge come up to,his ofide. They did so.
i ia. FHe was. courteous but cool. Hill
cb nmoo- then started to argue against John-
SRevenb. sop's proposed statement against
ro much his- fealo Democrats which they
ey Blah, said .sereny played uito Know-
me thing land's hands.
l" f'"You. would, be uprlised.", re-
marked AIe "At ote of yofo
fM!, an l m Ad.

circuit in 4I
Stage ewhsper b .1 tit
7 Number
a French
revdlutionlst 27 Indolent 41 Prayer
11 Blow with 29 Amrmatlve ending
open hand reply 42 Warbled
12 Tissue 31 Three-toed 44 Parsonage
14 Lampreis aloth 453English
15 Minced oath 34 College cheers county
20 Bullfghter 35 Russian 48 Dread
21 Paid notice In mountains SO Wolfhound
a newspaper Coupled 52 Stitch
22 Edit 99repositlon 5S3 It exports
25 Classify 40Deep gerge olive -

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Satter crowd eb yno and Eddie and .
you ok square in a are to get married (what, John Cote e e galL none of at But 0N
ign w h blan y says tb re and all the bobby so ers' l e nber t bt arguemuch r
begin the Democrac Z of hearts) it will be June 1955 or t a e ..gte 3SnSoat s aaedg,~JtA3 to ft rE
(ro-uiBerlin. You walk non ant- never. Debbie decided to give the that.. Democratic deadlock ma I't r i, be t ai Pa e tad w and saed r iwer Mehaoe l sk-
ly towards the trolley lines.two romance a whole year's start be. result in no2inaom urnrogat eSDrpe. whose ai nst H ter. wold have td go o d for a Neelsng with f SI.
blocks distant, fore putting on the ring. .Kath- William T Collins as sgawrnor.KOuflg oror ca g him a pro. a loori at on. o on de E t ha -r
You ride. You see rubble. More leen ti ghes likes Lance Fuller They figure he's best lo vd Demeo Red n. d inadu ent, t eIlai what tsh note said b rtely to enhaw ie a, e
bible. Occasionally you see recon- (but don't all the babes?). ..My crat state and a ett dancing his war e suspect it den ps crei
structured workers' houses occu- friend Cobina Wright Sr., says getter among GOPs than most Re, mer and egghead org ir.- from GOP Leader Knmwlad.. id "a ramordau
pied by those tovarischi who are she plans to visit the Duke t pelicans In other words, a t. euits; hasn't been ir to For Johnson l needlatl delv we av ot re ve
safely "democratic," a a Russe. Edinnurgh in Vancouver. Her ural. Broadway yet ered a speech, aim at breai the goveranM
These house, I. Was told to ob- daughter (Cobina Jr.) was once ..., the record atomrfli wh o te er verenen
serVe, and did, have no doors almost engaged to him before he Hollywood Vie Joan Craw.- Cdllfofra, Hae I Come: Three Knowland had battled. so hard to r'-.---
but e onpenin on the street. They married the Queen. That makes a ford is the dark horse contender o Jane Rusei 's four a teLln. defeat. t *
have no balco ies, and in only one pair of queens. in the MGM sweepstakes r the law expecting, and one, Pai, JUI0I E O
room in each apartment do the femme ladin Tea Bymn athy" has been promised twins. She's Plaudits For Lyndon
windows work. This means that Wall Street Confidential: New Deborah Kerr, who origi at e s ilent str Eva Novak's daughter IT u
Scan et out of the partmet York Central R. employes ho tage role, will not do the im Soe women's groups n ro Shortly after that a. peculiar
building throughonly one door- expected to get the bounce are version. it says here The Er testing Burt Lancaster's QUgh thing happened,'As Johnson took t0 (UP)
unless you want to plunge through puzzled. Only change since the Westmores became randuarents handing of his squaw, Jean Per. his seat T.the front row,'Senator -A deletion. amba
a as window. Very clever, the new prexy went in was in public for the ehth tme n e." ClS it will Goldwater of Arizoa, grat ad o
M ne D. rn relations dept. Insiders wonaerig the weekend t oe e i te r the aSenator arthy got u-and m
I wandered about t yin to find it the Robt. Yong group may oi g fu -mat, bragging to Irvne Met Bray, ra ia Rome read a spe pr ., y oo
Smethig called n Allee, be planning to seU control back to Brn in Hollywoo "al e o r p dene serious and hs oipon a. Far tor ,a t
where I was told the Russians the old management at a nice done more for your songs than romance items. .A. C. Blme Goldhis hi s sp h witten v' L ti
aideadrsongsth romance Item.. C. .uA. aeh rt
coffee until recently. These were shares or aMnaie race ack were them" n* ollywood and amlig. His elo ent Ime nt bgr ot aa' t, IS, 4a
the dept r ter smuggling sold privately for BGa. It earns k compao is son t former Mxi- Then Knowandr allowed wt seen at by a
rings. $90 a share '.T. Sunivan the P point of Order: Want .to know cant Aleman, who wants in another tribute to John ls ele- d atn. f the Ar
ame stuff was run into West Ber- seller, Ed Maeden the buyer, why en. Flanders ptponed hi toe' movie buslnef*. quence made them a arhbuddles gin' 9
lin's old black market so they --- antlMcCarithy sec after ha ,--- not opponents. a.o..t -,
could et Western marks and turn ag iven it to e)p parioa. FFables from the Fa? Wan Pars. gon, anotar a paid fiD. thr oro
them t dollars-so they could No Hands Across the Sea: Lord n rians advised him that if he die: The national o- te. Then all ethe Ambas r t
pay their informers, and keep their Montague of Beaulieu, now ser made it on the floor he would be h e een fl rose and apaded, Ju D.nd
ati and gandists financed ing a year's sentence in Britain subject, not only to and t Com u ts. Strikes for which they o ro
In London Paris and Roe. on a morals offense, officially re- expulsion from theenate. it hou etc., perilli many large on sad aook had.
Also looked for the East Ber. lived of i duties with the aist a clear violation of the rua for Brit* cities B
lin Weisensee district, where smug- craic Grenadler Guards. But '.i. one Senator to make a personal to epond to alarms.. t a
gles operate,but my German der English law, conviction for attack on another on oor lawsmaking t p letoto
m to order at Luchow's; felony doesn't bounce one from expose graft in some trade u
so I kept my mnout ut, couldn't the peerage though there's aenti- Not Confidential: William Saro- o wBn e r conalita ar Mioe
find these streets and took the sub- ment for such a chane ... E an (by the way, whatbecameof unbelleve than in some o o SID AElth
w way round trip,-in and out of the Ush pap adding ckinghan m?) is the guywho paid forth currupt unions. The Brah la
two r* Plac for wa until his th parkler on Francesca doBeaffa' (they call t -labour) met
On the way ack into the Soviet birthday to ,hwor Somerset prettyaw. She's a Cat's and the arty are r with
dftrict, at the first stop inside Maugham, who till has no title. ex. .he Dean A esons E1 to and itemm h m ors thian
the workers' paradise, thec -"" r" Amenes.
station dies, people whisper, free
Berlin newpapers are stuffed into Lend Lease: Parila s ofoo to
pockets. have the op" Wty a1s.anZgep
The Communist cops come .e a couple oteU AmrkW1-gob
ru the train stopsjust a efro m arlemls.itad ..,
little The per aboutfor Baker.'hey
bundles, as eyookinto au- erofthe
too Ut chek points on the street- to be thrown by the ai rJuly
looking mostly for prosdribed foind 29 at the ,.stor GrandI allroom...
tem, aniCo e literature, and
the very good West Berlin money.T heeWomantlbesranfdr
But little happen as everybody P a chulr, e er
sits sulle and sense. The cop -daugueroGeofge h"%
steps o0, and the trainrmoves on tWe Pittsburgh Caurier.
So it goes, nsmdreds of thou- Tim"e Square Tatvia: Mr.
sands rmss every day, visiting m- B (atI RBily tste) arrives
lti the ther sector; women here Wedessy er a -week
do to shop in the Wears European tour, Ib ahips right
dtstoai or even to have -bacito Englad to abouch
t hair in W mO It's ene big cityof his Barma itklaW
but you know what sector you're don, mA door to ad
a IthebwarH lack ....o ,=
iin. sig....eroe, byrthens ky o her
ct s their .Macount.
So cese t16 e s a ne your at away(tha
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f .the" one-snot go tens
wliWr K dealln qi e n y.
i. ideas sre couttully
ted-to. *seal warlers, psI-
it0, legislators and public
al though well-meanintg,
atsta how greLt mtailn.f
I. t- Amerioan tb I a-
qu d Itle that
a'd d-abIout t,
.i'he fY average parent
mdi ui that he does not
e*ether to s ank.his child

$avda, 01o *DWW* LU lsUM l flmmuna,
4 towns and cities across the na-
iHre are the. five big fables of
t vedll-deUWquency, according to
aleraM. BNeck., Djrector oithe
pea juvenile Delinqp cy
Pro .at the .Deptmpnt of
Healt' Education a fWelfare.
Fir. H t ,e OWt and pehaps

driaLk.Th ehldi becones a delin-
quent, does some damage and the
parents are fined.
* t leaving to drink is only
mptoastl ofthe parents' eel
inl. toward the child. Had they
stayed at- home it would have be-
coine evident In some other form.
It is this feelias'that cannot be
controlled'by law, says Beck.
The "keep them busy" school
conkitlutts another fable of juve-
ale detinquemny.-Most of the rec-
reatonal and ial pog r a m a
aimed at preventing delinquency
are far off base,. according to

She is 30years' old, a former
,,iola. and she is married to
"brilliant, handsome"' man with
U. om she is very much in love.
But she d has a problem which
she say seemed like a molehill
at first, but has, in her mind, as-
sumed the proportions of a moun-
Her husband Is so attentive to
other women that friends end rela-
tives comment on. his roving eye.
And be seems to delight in comr
meeting to his wife on the attrac-
lvenesa, of other women. .
She says that she doesn't kow
how to-cope. with the problem.
s e she ts tried hes be*t to be
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A 3.yer study i. Chtio
Ascertain slum arearAm i
talmid. the same high rate df'de.
linquency as various immigrant
groups moved through them And
When, r example, t righ, Ital.
Ilane :and Jews were able to .im..
prove their standard of llviq and
aulmllstn Into better commud-
ties, their delinquency rait dop-
The fifth fable claims all de
quents comerom blums. Most do
but by no means all of them.
"One of the newest wrinkles in
the Juvenile delinquency picture,"
note Beck, "Is the fact that the



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formertly from $19,35 to wil.
NOW from 9.95 to 35.0(

formerly from 535.W to 0M...
NOW from 10.95 to 49.9&"'

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NOW from. ..... .$25$.0%1
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early from S12.95 to 135
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formerly from sl.1i
NOW from 5.95
Cotton, Rayon, Nylon'
L, NOW $1.95

Dreaay or lo ,-

-- W vir w to I n aW X wo
S the .ba-i'of what makes him
tick," Ie say. The delinquent
ives in a wfrld ful of hostility
S where one bhas to Light and grpb.
Thus in Mlany oases the rough
S approach, only confirms -this att-
tude d generates more hostiUi-
tYeck's seeemd on 'the falsehood
list .comet under t heading of.
,"puali-the parents." This- solu-
tion is based on ,the theory 'that


But eeitainly no harm could
come fro tLM strateby.
IText =te he start in on a -loW.
int account of another woman's
attractiveness she might agree
with him without a single reser-
vation and then add sweetly: "And
her husband is so good-looking, too.
And such an intelligent young
No ftrtug no making her hus.
band iok i n public, even
though she feels he is making her
look silly to other women.
Just a few well-chosen comments
on the good looks, intelligence,
charm, and good manners of 9ther
The little game of showing his
wits that she isn't the only attrac-
tive woman in the world might net
be quite so much fun if his wife's
response is mild-mannered agree-
ment and the reminder that she,
too, has eyes In her head. That
beats hurt feelings and jealousy.
It's an immature little game, to
be sure. But if a man is imma.
ture enough to take pleasure in
trying to make his wife jealous of
him she isn't likely to get very
far in telling him honestly that his
actions .hurt and embarrass her.
If he cared about that, he
wouldn't deliberately try to make
her jealous.

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Adds magi to your foo ishes
.. .a'tasty hevetpo, too!


a drama by HERMAN WOUK

at the

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July 30, 931 AsAugat 2, 3
8:30 p.m.
i.i m f if miim anu i m

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Up .To 25%o And More Reductions

you'll enjoy shopping at easa asdicA during a special
ale. You can always find aunusua distinctive gi. for
men and women.. (i'i itiat nave made I1 pAhase,
comes from 'asa dJasthch mean: ;&iere's nothMng finer,


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Fine panties ......... from .50
Extra large Panties ..from .75
Slips, fancy or plain ..from 2.95
Half slip ............from 1.95
Nightgowns .........from 3.50
Bedjackets ..........from 1.95
Pajamas ............from 3.95

You avo si. .
NOW, from .2.50


100% NYLON,

20 denier Pasties ...from $1
Extra large Panties ..from t.
Fine Half-Slips ......fre 2.,
Lovely Nightgowns ...frmee ,i.
Full length slips ...m.fro
Housecoats and Negligees .
NOW .. ........... fro S
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flies makes SHORTS .................NOW, from SJ.
necklaces, bracelets, pins, earringsPEL ER .......... ..HTS. .Now, ftrWm
PEDAL PUSHERS ............NOW, from
NOW. .. .from 5 s s ...................NW, o
BATHING SUITS ...........NOW, from
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in all colon
NOW, from 75

some slhtly evaporated

Black, White and all colors
In straw, leather, plastic, faille.
For evealn or day time wear
NOW, from........... $1.95


slightW fWr Im 0ert"s.
72 x 99 .................. ....... 2.50
72 x 108 ........... ............. 2.75
81 x 99 (double) ............. 2.75
Pillow cases 42 x 36 ............. .60

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Linen and Cotton Miture
Guaranteed by "Good Romekeeplag"
with colored border

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Sy o were playing ith u
Smethd d I ton ayt ow t heNut
a d e clubs
o Kdr o

q Pe asn 3 Pass

S were pla ying s 4 ass
Sat a contract of six hearts
would you handle the clubs
that you cannot see the
bded by East and West, ex.

method Is to lay down the
a nd then the king of clubs in
Sihope of dropping a singleton or
deton queen. Another plan is
ils the Jack of clubs from the
K..y to finesse trough. the
bf the queen is picked up by this
tod, declarer must get back to
ymi and take a second finesse
the tea.
other plan has a really good
ae to succeed. (This i due
I to the fact that both North
South have only two spades.
elther of them had three or four
the slam would be cold.)
attractive a both lines of play
southh must nevertheless make

th should not make up his
too early. The correct pro-
is to play as much of tae
as possible in order to get a
before committing yourself.
W a' irbe hand was actually
SWest opened the four of
,d and Et won with the ace.
t~turned the deuee of spades,
dummy won with the king.
pt-, Jp of the spades convinced
Sat West had led from a
suit and that East held

eardnvg a ub from t

S, "lt's Mr. and Mrs. Simpson and ITI" ,

Cilo Banker's Informality

Holds Up Fraud Case
CLAYTON, Ala., July 29 (UPI tfon with the embezzlement
-The Informality with. which Knight's case came up first and
Ro all Reynolds conducted the la attorney, John C. Walters,
baking bumss In a small armln Imediately challenged the in.
town won him temporary exon- ac tment. lse said the me Ohantj
oration today at his embezzle- exchange was not properly iden-
ment trial. titled as a depositorfrom which
Barbour county Circuit Judgie P.Oey was alleged mhsappro-
George Waac upheld a defense priated. I
contention that neither the bank When Judge Wallace amed to
nor the monPe Reynolda alleged* efer Knight's indictmbe t back
ly absconded with were properly to'the grand jury former Gov.
ldtified J4 his Indictment. Chauncey Sparks, actin for Ray.
IT Indietmeat was gismissed molds, demanded that cent's
as q talenable" and tne ca. ase likewae be sent bcok.
returned to the Barbour County
grand jury whiob does not meet .
again il January.
And Reynolds, Ironically, went
back to -_dlia money at his fa- .V f J i
tIur's sed and fertilizer store In W -' '-a-,U,
the-ittle town of CUo where he S ,
caused a oe-man depression bY .
Unh "% bhis unehartekvd
banIs last March. The
1.S d store advance *
money to' ,on thoe cra p. *" 41
with the noftOOMem I 'a

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Amar. ovu tu n ouu g, wnmum
to- I took tftrsts down tsothe Ma4
S' ~t he clerk In the store is ofthe Mist landing,was said
Scbs IptNy wait on you. But It is on- have been badly damaged by
t a. .-b- ,bbe ..h-Oead" w e ly manners to say "Thank water and the falling rocks.
Sea M y of Ry to the clerk wh tries to The cracks whichfollowedn a
e liith pl ,W, f fft t '"u what you want, but curving line almost perpenmceu-
club was discovered to wd f days. it nt success. lar to the swift flowing-Niagara
Oly low cad. De But most- av been read at Good manners can eae your River extended nlad 'toward

mn u ture. had totl d of proximately 250-275 feet inl
Sb110,o8. t when Reynolds ab- Water seeping through the
manufacturers of the 3a0 ed-. About 30 per cent or MANIND'S BIRTHPLACE rock at the point, however, has
tes use 6000 tons of W attil is short but most of poured into the elevator shaft.
annually.It Isowed by Reynolds to mem- Some modern anthropolog ts forcing the building to be cloed
be of his family who were a- cite scientific evidence that the to the public.
e So Afrioa ,mp inl mon his largest depositors races of man actually originated Toursts were still able to take
n ea curls u and Along with Reynolds William near the legendary site of the the Maid of the Mist cruise from
SInstead o leap Knight, the cashier of the ex- Garden of Eden, according to the the landing on the Canadian aide
change, was indicted in connec- Encyclopedia Britannica. of the falls.
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US Passenger, Dry

f Crgo Feel Shews

Steady Decline
During the first six months
1954, the privately-owne U
States aro and
fleet eontned Its a
in numbeig and tonnage, accd
Ing to a research report releam.
today by the American Mer
chant Marine Institute.
As against a Jan. 1 total at
906 vessels, of 8,296,385 dead-
weight tons.
Eight of the 13 ships removed
were transferred or sold to for.
eign-flag operators, four wer
scrapped, and one was convert
to a barge. Included among
firstgroup were three passenger
ships, the removal of which left
under the United States flag
37 active privately-owned
this type, with a total s
passenger capacity of 9,84, p
another long Inactive. Seven j
ernment-owned, liners of Z
passenger capacity complete t
current tally of our passen
fleet-a fleet which, in Septembe
1939, numbered 151 vessels
49,750-passenger capacity.
"The unsettled political and e-.
onomic conditions prev ailing
throughout the world," said the
Institute, "point up a serious
shortage of U. S. passenger-cat
rying vessels." It was emphasis.
ed that such vessels are under
construction or on order-for U.S.
registry, though foreign compqti-
tors are now building 70 ships of
Sthis type.

Portion Of Brink

Of American Falls

i(rnmbles In Gorge
(UP) A portion of the brink
of the American Falls and Pros-
pect Point, a famed observation
area, crumbled Into the loWer
gorge of the Niagara River to-
day bteore the startled aze of
hundreds of tourists and resi-
No one was reported injured
as the area had been evacuated
earlier by reservation park po-
Witnesses said a portion of the
falls and the part of the point
where cracks In the rock were
noted earlier today "just seemed
to crumble and disappear."
'"There was no particularly
loud noise one witness said.
"The people werejuststanding
around discussing what they had
ioard about the cracks, and then
the ground began to fall into the
aThe crowd was at toast 3001
Lard Mway from the brink of[



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(his'n Ft.'u."n" .."
S- Tea ia*ed on either side by silver
St. c s holding ivory color
.3.J uC pir s poe. At one nd of the table
us-, k,*i P 'nch was served by Mrs. Juan
iut .' '. .' .'K*ha 414 4 lidalgo Mrs. John Snodgrus,
M. Iand Mrs, 6J.-. Cooper ad Is. G.
S, Aeon, were the T. Darnall, Jr. served coffee from
,- Ato t given the silver coffee service placed
SI.Oi kby r bostest at at.. the other end of the table.
1 .f *taa service Thae ball was decorated wi
.e mfta, Mrs. h.I5 ferns,- ast masses o
Toa Mijps Drotity vaiieolored crotot leaves. The"
SIllrezl whit titer lues;' and an A
tVat He o. ngea ;n of toren ginger wg'
W~Wa.., l ad O a small table.
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enatal or a 4y newspaper
Social news wll be resetd on
the telephone by the news desk
of The Panaa Amer i bo t
inh between thp.toun of-8:90
oan dx names should reach We
atypewritton, double ,
in pagraaph form, not at-
Phform, trap of tengad doud
ant brieGs llw bonildiredebg

events, art h g antLW-
reach the desk in news-tmy
form, typewritten mad double-
spaced. A suggestion sheet, to
assist. secretaries and publ
chairmeh In plparing ulthb
release, Is p arpred I
will be availlebi request


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Our 2 "ung niece. ad nf s degrees .Y or 5 mautes.
a, rabid piza Cthema Remove frnt ,. .
dor out, 6 ve them i ad Cut cheaf Mt aI1f, dia.-
' is, well.,'or tn.meWaY for oaaly. Cover ts mea mure with
ethers 'who want pizza wesip, d oeilpp 9tf Wl lee d ,of
here goes- aheat eler 3 ml-
r .^ _4 Ut lce eobat slk into Is
Juml PFla sadwich Zsectoi ad asve'h l.a
(Yield: 24 sertings)
.. .4..., o, o
Viea Vr hIo.t ef or Package Hot 1.* MIx, 1 or 2
tchopetr ..plipvea.V 1 bS pounds sa9sa meat or lunks, I
popper, l teaspoon rusbe o pound Italia or sharp cheese,
OnO A % tpspoon st,.a iredded, ceup minced onion,
pgi.f h e MW inIce can tomato sauce, 6-
.teen 'elons, 1 cup ( p )d) ounce can tor .te. paste. 1 tea-
lOMid beef. W.-cup grated o" spoon salt, 1 V$po.. oregano
feaa cheese, 1 (a. ouneea> 1 teaspoon garac salt, grated
paste, 1 (a8 ounces peak- o rmesan or b cheese pars-
asP re sads.ced rom heesm. ., finely cut, d mushrooms,
Cut French remain half. ted.
wise. Combine olves, peppe, or
gaso, salt, clvs, beef arnhesan Prepare.dough as directed on hot
cheese and tomato pasta roll mix aekage. Let rise until
light, 30 to minutes. Pan fry
Divide meat mixture equab apl sausage until pik color disap-.
spread over cut sides o breaa pears drain, (if j sasaIge
Place, on a cookie sheet, sprea ied d row lhtly slie). Pan
I, up,. and bike in a hotve fry onion gh n 1 tablespoon
sausage drippLngs.
Add tomato sauce, tomato paste,
'iaa Ami and seasonings. Divide dough into
UK. '. otw ptf.o Flatten each Pl c and
vR ,V. pat into bottoms of four 96r 10-
Shpie pans. Brush with olive oil
"tS R SALE or sausage drippings.
M lL Arrage hal ofeee ee do
Cover w fl. oat -mnixtre.
with remaining o am See-
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bheads my ser.
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Dining room and bedrooms

at half original prices

4 &'633

If is utat wait for guesl, In
Sadvdce prepare dough in pRn,
, .brob sausage and have tomato
mixture ready to combine.

Clarence Martin and his or-
chMetr wil play for daundM
Saturday night from 9 plm.
W thepado of Hotel I Panafa
on the occasion of the MWbon
Blanche Fasibon Show. In c-
of rain the function will be. held
Sunday night at the ma ti.e.
Tickets of admission for the
fashion show are $1.00 entire
proceeds of which w go to
the Panama Red Cross.
Eight U. S. college girls will
model fashions from Maison
Blanche. New Orlean's largest
department store. They a r e
making a Central Aleriean
Tour, flyin TACA Arlne. The
Irls have been especially chosen
E or beauty, poise and grae for
this good will visit, a- 9 W
rent various United Statu
Conlegges. ,.I
Reservations may be made y
telejponln Hotel El P am a;
w af~ eD'Hotel. -Advt.

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9:00 P.M. IN THE PA*

(In ease of rain bI S; pa at i
it win be'o Vne:f a SU

on a. fashion and goodwill tour
for the first time in atln Amerc
ing campus fashions or their P
friends who will attend U. 8. sehoMe

Tickets: $ I.0 each-
On sale In I Panama L

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:H hu old __ Autobm
E:-Norge refrigerator.. 25. FOR SALE--Due totrip, 1954 Chev-
S75; misc. household gds rolet Sal-Air cenvadrble,' 3000
6398-A, Los Rios. Telephone miles. Telephone 34547.
723. _FOR SALE: 1951 Po.tioc '4-4por
-DIgm set. consist- deluxe; Hydramatic. radio, r-
oftable. 8 airs, sideboard, coated, one owner, one dr
f Als pces for lvingroon. $1200. 5191-, Parsons Street,Dia-
uap. Perfect condition. Ap- blo.' Phone 2-3567. Boyd No. 31, be- FOR SALE: 1951 Packard sedan,
9.and 12 noon & 2 to 6 p.m. w/s/ tires, leather upholstery,
-'omboO livingrodom ,original owner 3915. CIII 2-,31
anrid) sofa. 4 che;rsond3t ,dil ifi'us. .. a-
ver clean priced to sell 'for O SALE-' Cvro -door
S -.month-old bamboo din- new 'condftl Phone ..Caiebal 3-
om set. table 40 x60 ith1 1410. *
S *o l' ef and 2 r ca nted Positionir
; wlio 1952 Kelv;notor refri "_____.Il___________l_______
r 60-c,-1.. 9-c ft. deep- -LINGUAL accounntn wth vi u
Sseilf-defrosting deluxe mpd. baukgrund offered sesviges. A d
Z Ketimore gas range,. 4 guAC, Apartqdo, 14Q2 Pana
center grille, oen. sepor- AB; .1 WK
c l price $135. Ave. Justo Aro- p yMu .
So 92 40 East t. Tel- WANTE." Maid, geneg h-. se.
ne0__O ___ work. core of child. Knowledge of
F SALE Fri refrigetotor, Englih and Spanish. Recent refer-
7-cu. f. House364. Apt. C, Anconi ences ecessary. Live in part time.
6 ., Ancon, 3-3959. 8:00-12:00 noon.
FOR LE -5-piece bamboo living- WANTED: Nursemaid. Arbo il
roa m' et, 9'sotaI iabbgany dining- Building, 5th Street, Apartment 6,
t" a 00 buwy Pho3e Colon.
_houe 35-A. New Cristobal. --- l-l ,
S. ht ihogany 7-draw- WANTED.
r ,desk,'-gloss top with M,.]e.. ...
S t Spinet p ano & bench;_ wMisnee 0ane
'dse r r ch t s l'ghtr AMERICAN EMPLOYE, large eompony
'-Pars a resident. Panama, seeks .unfurnish-
2J. .a ed three-bedroom housewith gar-
S r.-ivingroem set; London de n select location. Phone G.
fr ; London flot-arm club I Potts, Panama 2-0511.
id .enarm.chpii arakd ANTEP-Ladies to.test Ita ir luck
0jb 9 24 .3 BaM Str'ee,- .-y-bdVing at Vifonovo ord having
'' ____ -_ a chance to get Items free with the
P ALEr:-Norge refrigerator, 25- to lost digits of their purchase re-
C ycle 9-cu. ft $65; Fiesta' wore. ceipt. VILANOVA, 115 Central
34-pc. $10: 2 toble lamps $8. Avenue, Panama
S4kMW 1504-A, Akee Street. Phone
2-3619. FOR SALE ,
R SALE: Frigidaire refrigerator, .-R al E .atp
S25-'cycies heap; llvingroom furni-I rl Fo' ilev
S 'te. Ho 458. Anco', CZ. FOR SALE .-House and 8.000 meters'
. TeeltiBaboa 40.. fnc land in Santa Claras Terms.

Hadstate, Navy 3295.,
'OR'SALE:-Residence No. 12, Uru-
Sguiy, corner of 48th Street. coun-
'. tw home In El VaHe, "Fi nia-
~L i^ iI Dllrn Oldoch, Ph Pmama

ainM --Not mssIk aldhbte lorel
Tes-lthrmlan Highway, Not worth


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1M CinSd Ave.

via awaseu


DR. WENDEHAKE New MedIcal Clin-
ic, Day & Night service. Mental
Avenue 209, beside Capitoltl Thes-
ater. Phone 2-3479, Panama.


FOR SALE: Novedodes Els, 9th
Street, 7036. No reasonable offer
refused. Inquire upstairs. Cblon.
FOR SALE: Wooden desk office
chairs, safe, floor fan. Call onoama
FOR SALE -The best ladies apparel
at the best prices; also thi opportu-
nity of getting >bur purchase free
with the last 2 digits of your re-
Ceipt,. VILANOVA. Central Ave.
No. 115, Panama.
-FOR SALE:-Aquariums and automa-
tic alreoling system. Call C.Z. 2-
FOR vSALE:-25-cycleT .C.A. record
* changer.'House No. 0852. Balboa
Rood. Apt. 17. between 3-4.
FOR SALE: -- -pc. Guatemolon liv-
Ingroom set $90: '2-hp. 25-cycle
.rtotor, .24-kw. DC generator. Tel-
ephone 83-6265.

MODERN and Popular piano playing
taught. Rapid course, Bennett's Stu-
dio. Tel. 2-1282.

Indian Conference

T Open Monday

InLa Paz
-,Dr. T. Dale Stewart, curator of
the physical anthropology division
of the Smithsonian institution, wil
be a U. S. delegate to the Tereer
Congress Indigenista Iterameri-
cano in La Paz August 2,12.
The conference was called by
ge Organization of A m erica n
states to consider means of pro-
= It Ihe welfare of theJndlan
ples in the Western X e m i-
sphere. Agenda items include
doprhy of Indian popula:


Cabin in COOL Carro Compono Moun-
tains. Telephone THOMPSON, Bol-
boa 1772, evenings.
Gramllch Santa-Clara Beach cotages.
Electric refrigeration, gos stoveS.
Moderate rates. Phone 6-441 or
SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses ort
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
THOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve.-

FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one nile-post
Santa Clara. Low rates. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.
PhIllips. Oceanside cottages, Sents
Clara. Box 435. Balboa. Phone
SPanoma 3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.

FOR RENT: Completely fumithd
concrete cottage, I bedroom, large
living-diningroom, kitchen, both,
Servel refrigerator. in Armijan, on
International Highway, 6'/2 miles
from Navy base. Sign at entrance:
FOR RENT:-Three-bedroom chalet,
with or without furniture. Call Tel.
3-2286 after 4 p.m.


ATETO .I utbitmdr

ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern
furnished apartments. ne, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Furnished and uni
nished 2-room modem opartme
Contact Alhombra Apartments, I
Street, Tel. 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Aportment above C
tral Thieter building, Central A
nue No.. 141. Inquire Central T
Oter, manager's, office.
FOR RENT: Best located furris
apartment, splendid for one or
couples. 43rd Street No. 13, B

FOR RENT:- 2-bedroorm apartment.
$90. House 2132. facing Juan
Franco stables. ,
FOR Rantt- Thi ee&badin n m aprtd
ment, living & dininorgno. mild's

in Lat- I Zubita 3.1

ee.nt $10.000. This hi valua- in AfterteC, first became interest-
elle 1. Nel ti M e efl. er ty, close to Panama, near ed in Indian affairs when he join- FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bedropm
? AngelesDevelopment. good ed a group of Mexican scientists apartrm*n very spacious. The best
.frv 'tre wIq b l lforl" bustleSn warehouse o, in 1939 who visited indian settle. 4" for $90 ... Inquire at
.lt MaM i 'f a-". ince. 72 fe.'edonstruction line ments throughout Mexico to learn 43rd Streed N. 58, BBIo Vista,. e'e tp A 5 on Trans-lsthniqtn, 34',z pet on about their problems and needs. FOR RENT: fwo'furnished apart-
'V:001 am. In the Balbo a V I 15th Street. Worth over $3.500 Two years later he was granteO ments, indpedetg, $59 each7
Parlors. Retiring, leaving. isthmus. need a Rockefeller Foundation fellow- North Ameow p t sglibors.- Phaor
S"money. Selling fir $2.750. Meiss- ship to do research in Peru on the 3-0471. ,
w. Foiles, Mrs. Matthews, ner, 582-B, Ancoi Ivd., Ancon. skeleton remains of ancient trib -,-
Merchant ansI Mrs. Sarinen u tes. He taught anthro.oloby in FOR REtN: Army couple wish to
the hoslspes. Mrs. FOR SALE Mexico City in 1945 did re- Credouble apartment, urnihed.
i]ve a book review: and the search at the National Museum ll 3065 Pnamo.
tionals will be led by Mrs. Rontt & Molor Ithere. I FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
icead.. -. ,,, Between 1947 and 1949 he did with two bedrooms. Call House 27,
Ma' y-Martha Circle member ras oR S ALE.-16, plywood open beat field work in tCe highlands of Gua. 43rd Street, BellaVisto.a.
* asked to notice the change in w*i new 25-hp. Johnson motor. temala where he studied and liv- 'FOR -..-T----r .-i-b e'r
bSetftng date. rP 4one 5-453, Gotun _ed with the lnians. He also repre. FOR RENT:-Furnished one-bedroom
--- G.. u. T -. ... .~sented the United States at the modern apartment, garage. 168,
C, ar Grdn To oNet, tApIk a A-...r. .... -. confrenee held in Peru in 1949. y Via Belisario Por ______.
C"ard'Group of tb Balboa ru IIic Societ a On that occasion the University FOR RENT :--Furnihed one and two.
bero prmnt xeln o

Sa*'1 .'.,b will meet at 12:00 tIronenued From Pa-e FIVB) of Cuzco awarded him a degree
drA/bursday, August 5,. pt the for his work oin idian life.
ito' of Mrs. Ruth Bourgeois.. three yard Army-Navy cloth as
Ravations may be may by a farewell gift from their; fren-s'l
ln Mrq. Bourgeois, 25- in the Church. Mary Elizabeth college l den
r; or ; one of the io'-DA0es-es, and Catherine were each given Ww w d.en..
[r. Al Ettinger, '.S : ,rs, an appropriated Hammel figurine., B U
etrtt Joustra, 32-21.. .. .. One hundred and twenty five TA O ir Blll..
S- guests attended the farewell re.
.. eption. '
).;Vi At f-o A'- Show o
asia s .Civic. Council will breakfastt Met AsW ShVw
At'asOft ,meet~ p at Paral- For Card Gfo.
jo tontght a .T;A. The Curundu W 's Club A benefit fashion show with
eport on e recent confer- Card Group met Tueiy am. eight U. .~ollege.atudents as the
th O G Seybold w filing at the home of Mrs. I. eo lsot.wl e ed Satu dnama
So of Curundu Heights fo a e patio o Hotel El Panama
r =---- eatfas t given bi-monthly for ben at B.p."m.
members of this group. MrMs.- Tickets rto show, for which
TIDEWAITE VIRGINIA A. Eady was co-iostess. all procemds ill go to the Pan-
.. VGuests included .Mrs. Padl S.lsma RedCro.t.area onsale at the
ldewater Virg coamlts of Buchbe. Mrs. H. A. Starrett, Ms. Rodd Cros e or at Hotel El
peninsulas, ,he being t he Robeot A. Jones.- Mrs. Forest F. Panama prceed lst $1 each.
hore wich. Juts down Hall s. Ral,Mrs.Ralph K Franion, The young models are on a
blaryli t the At- Mrs. Leonard M Ruppel, Mri. fashion and goodwill tour of
6ceas Cbapispeake Bay J. A. Bugno. Mris. Joseph Bour.- Latin A rica courtesy of the
eon ists of Northampton and geol, Mrs. 0. E. Michaelis, Mrs.a M .ailon he, a New Orleans
smae Countle The other W. Meitzep. Mrs. W. Wentzel, Idepartment store, and will pres-
are ormedby the Potomac, Mrs. Beatrz Mills. Mrs. J. H. ent new campus fashions andi
i uansock, Irk and James Reddng. Mrs. E. J. Eglinton, Mra. offe trips on U.8. campus life to
Joe Richart and Mrs. Leon SW. Latin-American contemporaries
bastian. I wh6 expect to attend school In
Special guests were Mrs. E. C. the U.S. next fall.
Valentine, Sergeant Leonard Court Other titles besides Panama
and Pfc. Troy J. Whitfield. to be included on the tour will
M, MESl III -- be Manapu, San Jose. Teguci-
I dimdd paper Friday pips and Guatemala City ac--
670 x 15 ThS Curund Protestant Church cording to Herbert A. Kenny,

Group to arrive here tomorrow
tFf CoversaMteaa .. return to New Orleans on
'' Tu Ten t AWOg. 7.
SThose Interested lin learning to 1... ny will head the group
Speak vers l Spnish are which wi also be accompanied
I C ivited-t ji a new group which by Mrs. Rose Moad, advertising
St 7: p.m. at manager of Maisan Blanche,
?d )FA& adV will -arrate the fashion
Ice l.e1a R'ad. B sal- shows in Spalsh. and Mrs. Rita
g 1h s. Isn' In. ".abbtter on c.m rt Flowers, fa coordInat or for
S, eneo6 will b e t method telUw- the sdeptaent store. .

. -f loa I how wl te sponsored by a1
reUNS Tealt Idn clvic or cbartable or-
I AM 3tir holzab Jo'w'l1 wbom the entire
FAGW to altoo the proceed wUW be donated, with a
be decoratinc dd*g bede tomafr am.omt wOman MS
hw -at 7:1 api. a t Iutrom. w PsiNaUma this ahow
W.Armd Form -Igo. be -.U 2y'Panama'
Xdhw.Red ruL~ii tt *tteadance
*--'- stabsN. IeJ ftianomals
ha 'Lrt oMr Pres*
e b .g r i O "th e d C 2 1f 1

bedroom apartment, excellent for
Ito couples. Federico Boyd 1, Tel-
ephone 3-1516,.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apartment.
sreened $60. No. 56, Belisanor Po-
rras Ave. Apply for keys Apartment
No. 6. Telephone 3-0841.
FOR RENT: Small apartment, one
bedroom, sittlngroom, kitchen, etc.
$50. 1st Street. Perejil, No. 13,
Telephone 3-4-106.
FOR RENT: Furnished oRartment:
Bedraroom, livingroom. kitchen, both,
oall screened $75. 46th Street. Tel.

I__ Room*_' o

FOR RENT: Begutifully' furnished
room, private both, double couch.
icebox, stove, kitchen cabinet. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
FOR RENT:---Nicely furnished room,
private both, near Hotel El Panamna.-
Meals available. Call 3-1789, 2-

FOR RENT:--FurnImhed room to re-
sponsible married Couple or bache-
lors. 45th Street No. 46, upstairs,
Bella Vista.

FOR RENT: Furnshed room with
kitchen privileges. Married couple
without children. Tel. 3-5099.
FOR RENT:---Fumnihed room with oil
conveniences. AvM. Peru No. 34,
Bello Vista.
FOR RENT: Two rooms, one fur-
nished. other unfurnished, ventijat-
ed. private entrance and both. Cen-
trolly located near Conal Zlne.
Colle Estudiante. Tel. 2-299


FnOfltR eke to rent
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Special SUmer Rtte

i ew,- a ft.o
SYbo. a P. a-rn.
Maite. Iage5 Mwes%.
umCL. Caesit. Wadix
Learn -.,..aiitm TtIu.5
HLeal ettir, Fuielne.

Harnett & ioun

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Drn.A. am & ORa
(Paer mnd uatio
8 anS-0 pJm.
Saturday: S-2 nw

shop around first then Iisit
us..Selected lines of aijllfler,
speakers, changers, asd car-
tridges. Service and denm -
stratlon faciliti g.


4th St. No. 3

Your Home in Cool
Boletes, 2M lt. ut.
Par-- ot e o Mar
teovely d- Lset .ec-et
rccrlta, famellrka. I s
~ea -- _U 4ii dw i
Teioar. "'a

Part cages 2o eB.
4 Via a: TeL. -511
(Beslde Central de Lechertst*

Hunting Permits
On Fort Clayton
To Become Invalid

Permt for huntn on th
po0ta f Fot Clawton bou

on t

,te "d Ql dnweor is- .

r-'of s xfadfkc to p "
S for ,g onathe ,chaue r
was f.
la vetabowed Cll
wa in East i at the time
rotby ed ad crammed
In, a hotel drawer. t
police for a mystery b
womman nas. "'.n;" who ac- .
emnpanled ~ethy to ,Uvely's a
hte room Ja1y i.

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ROLYWOOD Caw., Tuly 29
(UP) Oreta Qarbo returned
'home" to -Hollywood from a
year's stay In Europe last night,
but empatieally she Is "through
with acutig and motion pic-
tures." .
The lalky ex-actress, who
sidled off n airlines plane at D!.
ternatlonl AMrport, was unuaul-
y. congeaIAl to ews reporters,
to whom.e ae hs given a curt
brushoff for a quarter of a eo..
'I am" v tirede, she said In
a soft voice, 'but I'm- glad to be
Althou'gh her attitude had
changed. Mis Oarbo appeared
the same--bobbed hair in dis-
aray, flat heeled shoes and little
regard for fashion In her clothes.
When a'reporter axMed, "Are
,you in love-arq you going to be
profile askqneo with distaste and
sawhrid: gtfa ou
Opes -I do not want to talk
rbout that. I'm so tire4-8o very
tirt .* I I I_

UUO-Wf' WW BM ---
In 0lAiOp were ff

.n limb

SI Jm ohn c
Jim W455n.J^"*,hn
.. d H" e rs.
C onnaemem. l under

m s t them beIng or
the dcton ofRusenU Miones
who haf served ~s Camp D _ec-
tor tor the past five years. Wm.
B. Ma1ory. program Direqtor,
has rotuted a Inumber of Of-
terpt gramb- 0ea for the
54 seas" among them being the
Rope and Axe ard._ v sn .
set up under the dirctIOn of
Counselor Win. Taylor and pro-
vides emh Camper the oppor-
tunity to demonstrate his aut
to tie dertaili knots and asples.
sarpep .ad us an pae .*nd
tunity to l6an how to ph a
tenL A a Jupri hammlock and
build akiare Aiw I

'Comane Mutiny' Begins 4-0Py

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Directed by Stephen R. Cole
with Bremer Jorstad .s technic-
al director .the play is expected
to have tremendous audience ap-
Edwa-d Hentiques ill be seen
as Commander Q"e h. he .key
witness in the trial; Tr m Blr
ons as Chale, the p ro u3g at-
torndyl Sammy Tiano as Green'
*ald, the defending attorney, and
J. G. Putma, as Mary, the muti-
Curt eor e will be n as
Blake lp of' cow;
Jim Rolde' a Keefer, a clever

i .r, n, Stral,

TAMPR. Trmosa, Sft 2.-
(UP) The Chintoa -. N4ws
Ages, claimed todav tat a
and f'tr destroyers. qai montD
pouth throughh the of
Foerjos to bolster communist
strength near Itainan lnd.
Th6 agency. lch cl
connection wh mtel-
Ugence, said the Soviet fleeg
arrived in Tlnstao from Vlad-
ivestok and contied south-
ward after retfeUne there.
Chinatone said the information
came from undenrroud sources
in T'r ao. In. addition to the
cruiser and tour destroyer the
fleet was said also to Include
two minesweooeM
Chinatonk said the Soviet
naval movement had "ome-
thinr to do with the recent
hostiUti new Haian s-

Now Neaotiates
Building Of Third
Atomic Submarine
(UP)-The U. Navy has stat-
ed negtaons with the electtB
boat d or of Geeral D-
amias Cor. for coMAstractis
om a third atomai i d b
rime. It wM aIaummpd t-U
ibB ARep. Horade See*l-
.Ra. ,Jr. (-.on.) .
The Cool-arean

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man behind the mutiny, anp the
rest of the cast will Inclde Isaac
Peltinovl la Carl Plntoy Eddi e
well as Mx members of the court
Bremer Jorstad, Bob rigt, Roy
Burr, and Robert MacSprran, as
well as six members oft he court
who will sit I as dges. .
Opening night tfle will go
on sale at the door at 7:45 p.m.
'Tiekets for other performances
may be reserved by calling -19168
or may be bought at the Margarl-
Pt Florist, Motta'is and Surany's.

of the 'al-tei .

gal. of syrup 1 galOf.batic1
are consumed at on
10 Rdl: ofcown"OF
m1.. In m ft..i t -t o o
bs., of .3
are dueb out at
gals. of bomemade
up which would be 9( 6 -to
approxImately 6 cases' r4a
soup; 40 1tv'd of ftr* bp4
are consumed a .487: to :4
eggs have been the m: slt.e
Scamper at -aotBi $S
the year ,r-. is'
vide the, beet.w:t m m
60 11p: be ', used: t_ ".
with brop' .to66 .N
a -. l

Mrs. Malloy Is'kpt
the HobwOy SBo g li a
draft Items
belt kits, and
basket ItemsU, HorM bk .
and rhery is popular nar
time actwtvitei. HWg of-E' .
current two vMeksc.ip wi.lbe
another El Barut Climb; and .-
plorer Hike tho J.Pa
side of the CoSt Rican pt9r,
about 30 moilo and _.a
Cookout at t.e Sulphu pt s



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New sdientflc hair W MMtaatIOau have uwiseu itng. giaiM
treqe a reality lnsti- Oft a dream tr maione of Ami
One such Boon to t eoy is the w pos. t-shawoo
rine. Tame by Toni. WOMn are q iueoegn
hei r esmetmc, aetaly an
$peo t to ulaegs aun hatr. i
of Tae Bgarog" a resevew te habe soft
u~ ~an p M yg to comb yoa 1* AU4 se t wIt

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S- -,aa ras A a.t wN cKs ,I te: u h. ofto w.. hon. In tohd te ar A ert

HaltI "s ., tr ke p Already on the ao t hd0 e R-
SMa e a-n he Iedt s ke 's pmeyea grin .e n, P nts of the U.S.
Ct "1 a sut,"'i I it e un l a s inglea w hich the ou" ft i.on.artment atudyIn' rec-
dt g aecaleed r ane ad "Room for One-ords seied by Alb m a l at ona i
a-Vsd haudlec -a1" e eneverrWhenLoueC66" 8 lOr ta h m '1 i headquarters pof 0. .. a d Rev-

S i. i viou stu poiatmen W anus octs Dmoadr ie r alaodf in a theater tiese rmlin Aboflt Governor Person s at his Mont-
ebwas by the er s nl he re hs a osdiao gu: wI r .

A.ot .a m. C. Deas. H itoNrtde i No.op" o ee s Paut ermation c e d th given
Imuyse'lfsu t henebelush- yIlivs le ouo t "hs in L d mhonk toNk teoe mt a the iatn w
o bl wo cr n tu.Mtwan'ot es n looks at them l." Mr.OhO. Herr rhe i e thr w llr Ps l ix Ctity_, a re atvrn, b r e l
rnl at t rw. aeor d pd pret nding, Pr n to be Iawon-e o t ow n fend h l wt wda.
lruLro atheuCo-rpnessid drn pas or O ,tehr Garson inhvestrat lo at bared t as

Swill be rtovelled byAlcalPde J .Dod. Acting standais changeiva- umetas a d lefim prhed,, a n. m .f.crir r moode.ed
i iio inthe wi tk ees th A w e"ra i vahan w-e- l ive withth speh Evr tm hopes, .don't want to add anything

wilake Vi"-t aeV t ea A ReUM 0o ouArED John rBarry-. "A nd sketcMcanXonlyaelse..,
to b aenteir ve. a nbthe e d bhen Ii trblamed forhis intro- Cno ao1VPeLhe per m L m rso h a h also r declined to cor
anioenta iCom.rnd re a dialogue chalked on off. the studio aud ance right Bma t onee prts t he a

sta l P r o ack tars eurgiming1withma ughingtrThaoherwItepaydm enonsrep rtsm that's elah cs-
Son e m n bi l n At 6:0o0 p.m. the n o .wMal d tag remeabear ui gj1 -batn hie luing n O I r have received threat i

hvan Ween i w Butoro there' .al ane e y .ng Do. Pt R terls x chty nkdel tUatoe .a
the AtlanticSWforted fromt hgentewhoowasnatPtheGreat comedians willagree that-a warm Uardtrule.ixCityunderNations

d ertd M e .eondn d h e o. t side during plans for a audience response during the show e ards haveb m station
i n ci "vite et attend tse tworevivale of "Hamlet" a revival makes tfor a better proS drp l." iodngdhoo
mportantAcivicrtvtc rsandhhsthat was canceledwhenriswifeMAround the executive family at

-.l..attend i they can keep their pro e .d B e warI o e r i Alabama capital.n
dvious appoi ntments In David. to urnog- i t m a rr'h i nse talkd'io.oisr.r... hi, .h an e. m Bernard Sykes, acting state 'AnM ,d-8 C ye l rde,
ou yDe r." wite, tdr inestread s mo vithe-scrie Ig inatnryp ffenattorney general In c r e of the..crF~,er,
MeDst I :. ree Ao, AMobe h"sMyDe r.Hbedidhandthe nab Aths M rs. Ve o pu-PattersonWicasedilsdh ands.Waronl liHod RUt o YW
, --a-- i"eame u w thereafter. sized Mickey Rooney can't tbak a n du u l thaortre om
wa nert W an1; Ju zr 'ieir son the late Lt. Garvyn t aK .Leave o sdi t Statesi U te o omeiad n who made theI
Moum ow, Instlled offi ers in Gatun., Mt. Robert M li ek, left Mr. and Mrs. He .e ry B tetVolIr- tlohe ivs. threat wslaetd arr dgb e
0 C P nnedh a ,er of the new Post. left last night erby ranesfosod producer of the touring "Porgy night. i are checking tof findnaln. e lal Ri.
Spp hopmee rem l a, M amsouri. He ha resigned" his and Bess"companyws.y.vre :otri- y rh dt h t waso tata orizi.oB-eca us e -.asn
IS-,I o posi Post- more's choice to direct his -a- "He has an Impediment in his if it wasn'tM ; .* f
LiT. GAKYIX u. M mzOW office and they will make their let" revival and he lived with the speech. Every time he opens.his S f.....s..o ... .lf lIn M FACTOR...... dIiies -.r l
lST --- Ml-" ILLS IKES home in the States star In Ho..wood for four maths. mouth-his wife interrupts."ennian Am o ifrom Ft.. 4
Mrs. DeVoll is the former Miss Rem.n ars. green: B ... ..... :-.., .,. .h., .... n"ry- '
lw. MevIan ee s of Foreign Were- e f their departure Iand. when I interested him In Cy. ing about "He Died Laughing," aOwith its free-spnd customerss

wa e t U tun g nam Mn tortai aarge greup of friends rano he studied the play for a Runyon-type comedy about Broadwho may have the shot
I for cocktails at their residence. couple of days and then went way characters. that felldPattersonJUneIDISRIU I M
s4 Ie -ehr -aroundrreiti ong Tl passes The officer was repi toEX-
e'DePrL.'entEMap ma.c to r b. D..Trustees three years Wilton T. from it. I askU one day *hey he Reason Donald O'Connor-i have heard the shot us he rode
c o .mender; the appropriateness of Babcock ..oneyear, WalterW: al Vaca ",, her epl ie tht-horf lm., Afte

ImeMr~to cermo intehom .ee odr. n oo s .i'. -and s. J- Vandrgrft series. Texaco's paying him 32.-
i. bthel e.. T,_st!that his *A gavel and anvil were present- and Miss A, :e ofGatun_,_ a re show lI du a h my run, Donald owns the oceluloid.

o*Deartment C a Tm-R half of Mrs. Moumblowbytwoof eywn"Sae's.a.,al D
.Do....dH'opestooke"overGarvvn bo o friendPts burgh.w gs-youknew, a ndol Xw

A check or the st colors was el hla in September to start
o the Nameo! presotaLWA Was adMN r her Nurses' Training._ MILLIONS ANDIMILLIONS

t Ma l l owdid b -t avo- Moim l owaprdbeeir for ",.

teita ei Mrs.Baldwinets

offers. ..offices.f a .no Raegic e 1u 9 o fie& He told TO"I"'h""
. Quartermastec. agrial Bon50 o.w Fort Bach Honston Memri-al Cemn-baugh entertained with.-a\dinner' 1 0 full g a "s "e

d Taeble i Oiagee tmes-Urecerope l" s;pbm 'wbuam"hewq
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THrEATERS TONIGHTI %i srsstm on (F&) IliiS \ ft '
wilconult with egis ,a l d ou(n-
AL A ASLO Tg.M :13 :19 rectors of FOA. personally ob-
I tlowhl P oAT Eerve the operation of local pro*- '
w.. m orsAm *fu"Sar nsie authorities in aecti mcout-
... : .try concerning its future needs. i
.,... MiglB s A luncheon In ates hon- -
min tiei are ax e t Ad to atteen P O .. .

GATUN Deadline For JFB
__ ,,s,__ Party Reservations
u m 6 I"-. Is Noon Tomorrow
iag.ii^L. L The deadline for IMF&
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Starring 'Scrubeenies'

NEW YORK, July 29 (UP)-Those lowly, un-
.second-stringers, or "scrubeenies" as they're
;-in the big leagues,, never are given a special
i --s o they merely banded together yesterday
sd staged one for themselves.
AV MAJOR League Sports in Cleveland's recent success
4iem of them-Jim (ouaty) then delivered his game-decd-
ABC f the Giants, who Is de- ing single.
% i;6d when he gets a, turn at Joe Coleman picked up his
Shuch less a shiny new au- l1th victory In the Orioles'
iobile-had even the regulars triumph over the Senators. He
regatin around him envi- elded on three hits while
he blasted there homers loser Bob Porterfield gave up
rout of the Cardinals. five.
,another scrub, 3S-year- The Dodgers stayed two games
.t~sve Souchock of the Tigers, behind the first-place Giants in
,~Of the daily steadies on the the National league race by
D bench, got off It yester- beating the Cubs, 3-1. Russ Mey-
d to hit of pair of three-run er gained bis 15th straight vic-
hers In a 10-2 victory over the tory over Chicago, even though
Athletics. Jim Hughes relieved him In the
8.11l another "irregular." Vie ninth and struck out the last
Werts, a fellow who la installed two batters. Ralph Kiner collect-
Ip 'ldigeland's lineup one day ed three of the Cuba' seven hits
ryarkse .ut the next, chipped in his 16th homer and a pair of
W wita -imnnlng single that drove doubles. A single and thrde walks
in the winning run in a 2-1 gave Brooklyn Its firt run off
triumph over Boston that kept Dave Cole in the first Inning,
the Indians 2V games ahead in Sandy Amoros tripled home an-
the American League race. other run in the third and Roy
Bobby Young of Baltimore, Campanella hit bls 16th homer
benched because of Ught hit- In the fourth.
ting, struck still another blow Rhodes, Installed In the Giants'
Wfo the cause of the reserves lineup only Tuesday night,
when his pinch single in the wasn't the only home run thorn
Sseenth drove in the winning in the side of the Cards. Willie
run n Baltimor's 2-1 conquest Mays smashed his 36th homer to
of Washington. g 11 games ahead of Babe
Of course, the regulars didn't. Ruth's record pace and Ray Katt
ealow the scrubbenles to enjoy hit a three-run homer to help
t t day all to themselves, i end the Giants' six-game losing
Mickey Montle, who has been streak.
Ser throughout virtually Milwaukee won its asix t h
l his baseball career, smash- straight game ahd moved to
thee-run homer in the within 10 names of first place by
t iing to give the Yankees beating Pittsburwh. 6-4. Hank
Syvictory over the White Aaron drove in three runs with
Mantle's 21st homer follow- a pair of singles and a triple
a walk to Irv Noren and a while Lew Burdette was credit-
lle by Joe Collins. Bob Grim, ed with the win. "
of five Yankee pitch- Earl Torgeson's eighth-inningI
.I W a the witner. triple followed by Smoky Burvess'
-"'i in Cleveland'i triumph., sacrifice fly helped the Phillies
l Wynn. one of the best to a 3-2 verdict over the Reds,
etli'Usha-d hurlers In the league, Willie Jones homered for the
de WertsA by scPtteiinq 11 Phils aq. Herm Wehmeler gained
for. hi' 16th victory of the the victory after relieving Curt l
{ .The Indians. defeating the' Simmons in the eighth.
for the 15th time in 18 t
this year. trailed 1-0 m-
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- The hard-hitting Colon Garcia vl vete
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niablt and continued'his tra-flat as BeriW
schedule the next afternoon at
the Panama Gym.
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n knocked out several local flm Pr a t
in local rings and was one of the
y top attractions in Panama during
the late '40's.

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plte program i Colo
emanr BDouing
-Atlantic Amateur thlett
Association to hold r an
swimming meet Si y a
2:e0 p.m. in Rainbn ritj Po00
-Will fans pay Of..J6 t
see Saddler against ~.e Browl
The following is the thid pro.
gram to be presented by the Co
Ion Amateur Boxing .CmAissibn
This card is scheduled for to
morrow at 8:00 p.m. & the Co
Ion Arena.
Rodolfo Henry vs. Benito Ca
na 118 pounds.
Jesus Santamaria vs. Arturc
Bent 120 pounds.
Juan Scott vs. Kelvin Browi
126 pounds.
Benny Richards vs. Johnny
Pinta 147 pounds.
Roberto Sanguillen vs. Reinal-
do Henry 175 pounds.
This coming Saturday at the
Rainbow City swimming pool,
the Atlantic Amateur Athleth
Association will sponsor a gigan-
tic swimming and divin meet
Richard Markland, secretary of
the AAAA, Informed us that the
meet will begin at exactly 2:00
p.m. He also said that prizes foi
every event will be available and
on display during the whole
This meet will consist of events
ranging from 25 ft. to long dis-
tances and wil Include competi-
tion of every type of diving. The
Association has been the dyna-
mic force behind two extraor-
dinary track and field meets
held here on the Atlantic side.
Immediately after Joe Brown's
TKO of Wilfredo last Sunday, a
rumor started almost spontaneo-
usly that some promoter' will
negotiate to bring Sandy Sad-
dler to the Isthmus again to
fight the dandy from New Or-
leans. This is the kind of fight
that local fans have longed to
see but it creates a problem that
will scare any promoter who is
The expense Incurred to bring
two outstanding boxers from the
U.S. will amount into strato-
spheric amounts and will, in all
logical calculations. f9rce the
promoter to affix a charge of
the' minimum general admis-
siln at $2.00 or $2.50.

Connie, Ken Johnson

Selebrle Eleventh

ories In I. L

NEW YORK, July 29 -(UP) Four other contest. are In-
Xey and Connie Johnson, pth- clouded ou *epr -
ers with the Buffalo Bisons and Mpnel t' ckles Ro-
Toronto Maple Leafs, respective- dolfo Felpe*t-10 pounds.
ly, celebrated their 11th victories Tony Shaw ah Bias meets
of the year In the International Tfillo Guterts of Maraflon at
League today. of Maraon at
Ketoy, a veteran of many ma. I11 pounds.
jor league seasons, gained his llth Alberto m of acora takes
at the expense of the Ottawa Ath. Alberto Ter of Pacora takes
letics-a neat six-hit shutout. The on Luis arsei of Santa Ana in
big left-hander smacked out a the 119-pound class also.
home run off Bob Trice to aid Roberto Murllo,. the Isthmulan
his own cause in a 4-0 decision. ltherweltht amateur chain
He's been defeated nino times, pan battles Calonl'sur chame
Connie, who had a brief fling on attles Ca 134-poundon's Geraldo
with the Chicago White Sox last lmion at 134-poun weight
year, cruised to a 8-2 victory over limit'
Ithe Cuban Sugar Kings while his The fights will be three rounds
mates rapped Havana pitching forreeron
12 hits, including a home run by of two minutes each with the
Charlie Kress. Connie has been exception of the exhibition.
defeated five times.
The Toronto triumph kept the light twiri-bll. 4-1. The split, com-rn.
Leafs four and one-half games in bined with Richmond's loss to
fron of the Rochester Red Wings Rochester, moved Ottawa out of
who edged the floundering Rich- the cellar, one percentage pont in
mond, Vit"lalans, 3-2 in 10 innings. front of the Virginias.
Allie Cark's 13th home run of the The Syracuse Chiefs gained
season in the bottom of the 10th their third straight over the Mon-
decided the contest. real Royal 43-1 as Kent Peter-
The A's. behind the five-h it son bested ken Lehman and Joe
pitching of Ossie Vanbra b a n t, Black. It was Peterson's 10th vie-
gained a split with Buffalo by tnry of the yeqr against five loss-
winning the first g me of the twi. es.

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fLeage the end of both the 4irst and
8a eo quarters.
T W lost The m giln remained slim for
Albrook 2 the rest the game, however.
Abernety Unlpo 5 3 Atlas could not overtake the
26th ARS 8 Unisport and they were still four
Junior Colege 3 5 point behind when time ran
Atlas Garden 1 7 out.
Huiu lqmers of the fray. -
TONIGHT'S GAME John 4 ith 21 markers and
7:00 Junior College vs. 26th Jim Bady with 18. Both played
AR8. for UnlorU t Ed Capable again
8:15 Albrook AR8 vs. Atlas played, flne ball for the low'
Gardens. ending their scoring with 16
points. Atlas Garden's latest:
Toplght the thrd and final acquisition Bill Taylor, showed
round of the Paclfic Bsketball lots of hutle while hitting the
League will get underway at the nets for 14 counters.
Balboa Gym. Two game are on The Albrook Flyers kept their
t.p. In the first.l uldir College undisputed hold on first place in
s scheduled too s aee- the second encounter, as they
ond place 26th A the sec- took the measure of Junior Col-
ond game, the cellar dwelling lege. The game, which started
Atlas Garden quintet will take as a real thriller only to become
In the front running Albrook a first class slaughter ended 52-
Flyers. 33.
Sunday night the Balboa Gym College, although leading at
again was the scene of two fine half time. ran Into an air-tight
basketball games, defense by the Flyers in the sec-
In the preuminary contest onq half, and scored a total of
Abernathy Uniport managed to only 12 points in the entire two
keep within one game of the remaining periods. Big 8u1s of
league leaders, as they edged by the game were Roy Wlon of
last place Atlas Garden to the College and Jim D on of-Al-
tone of 55-51. The game was brook, each picking up 12 tallied.
close all the way with Aberna- Diamond scored ill his markers
thy holding a one point lead at in the second half.

Games On Tap Tomorrow

Panama. Area Armed Forces Looking at previous records,
Basketball League Standings Fort Cla ton and Special Troops
have their two games, Clay-
Team Won Lost Pets ton takg the first by, 101-76
Coco Solo ......... 13 1 .929 count and the Troopers coming
Fort Kobbe ....... 11 3 .786 back to win the second one 7to
Albrook AFB .... 10 4 .714 92.
Fort Clayton ..... 5 9 .357 Fort Kobbe has had the better
Special Troops ... 3 11 .207 of it in their meetings with Ar-
Army Atlantic .... 3 11 .2 my Atlantic, the Lifeliners win-
xxNavy Pacific ... 0 6 .000 ni both of them 14 to 74 and
xx-Withdrew from league) 83 t 48
The Albrook AFB-Coco Solo
Two games in the Panama series has resulted In a win for
Area Armed Forces Basketball each club, the Flyers taking the
League are slated for tomorrow first contest 58-51, and the Sall-
evening at 7:30 when Fort Clay- ors winning the next one 77 to
ton and Special Troops tangle at 68.
the Fort Amador gymnasium
and Fort Kobbe faces Army At- In games played Tuesday
lantic on the Fort Davis floor, night, Coca Solo rallied. in the
Big game of the league how- final quarter beat the determin-
ever, is scheduled for Saturday ed Special Troopers 83 to. T71 Al-
evening, also at 7:30, when brook AFB tied ther ot leea ueI
league-leading Coco Solo trav- record b blasting Army tla=ticl
els to Albrook AFB to face the 105-76. and Fort Kobbe squeaked
only team t,.ht has beaten the past Fort Clayton In a 77-7 af-.
Sallors this season. fair.


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Thursday: Cuat Vieja vs. Spe-
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C. Jansen (CV) 30
T. Peterkin (Norse) 40
G. Raveneau (CV) 32
M. Rivera (ST) 24
M. Diorio (CV) 22
M. Gregus 1i

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14 .350
11 .344
8 .233
7 .318
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Norge 8, Special Troops I
Norge overpowered Special
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Bergman, filling in for BiM
John Pltro who has returned to
the United States. yielded eight
hits of which Malcolm had two
hits in three trips and Rudolph
Lynch, two safeties In asu many
times at bat.
The Troopers. scored -a Ione
tally in the opening frame but
had the lead evaporate when
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Rochester 04 41 .610 .
Montreal U 4 .40
Hava 5U 1 .190
Syracuu 40 4 .471

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NEW YORK, July 29 (UP)
Willie Mays' Sth homer of
the season In yesterday's 10-
Giants' victory over the Car-
dinals put him 11 games ahead
of Babe Ruth's record pace.
Mays hit his 36th homer In
his 99th game. Ruth, in 1927
when he set the all-time ree-
ord of 60 homers In a season,
hit his 36th homer In his 110th
Mays is also four games a-
head of Hack Wilson, who, In
1930 when he set the National
League record of 58 homers In
a season, hit his 36th homer In
his 103rd game.

Exhibition Bouht

Between Amateur,

Pro Champs Tonihe
A special exhibition fight be-
tween Isthmian amateur ban-
tamweight champ Alberto Toto'
Ibarra and 118-pound orofes-
alonal kingpin Melvin Bourne
will headline tonight'i amateur-
boxing program at the Panast
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Despit the damaging trouncig Leo breatheddefiae.
will wla this peaanntk ith e0ae."1e Insisted._- 1 aju t.a
paspbas W e had It coming to us. We.had .beenplaying
gre t% inn= ball for a lon stretch. Y9 'should have
seen rhO we 6lostthoseims In lMUWaut We. some daffy
thin, and the Braves got hat t.'t...
aO Schaacher recalled the Oate campaign of 1933, for
& a rlel to the prednt sltuatidn. a pelsUe.6.U a pleasant
u cilinax.
t clmAt the All-8tar break 21taiy a go.t e Gants were in front
by seven and hal S ad.'. "After the Inter-
Me"" -. Wa -C&A -.tI ,P.t h. ants
lostbOven, b tr t theW .tm bn of th sm
S.w14t" te l .vewbicharr_.d them to an easy penilant,
-i t-1 h1 s pl had not bogged down,
The evidence tended to controvert him. His relief hurling had
become quite erratMe.
In any event, Leo is about to bring up two pitchers,. Al
;F Worthington. from Mlineapol and another hurler whose Iden-
n tity he would not reveal. Wortington was. wlt the OlantA last
c e season. It will be recalled.that after a brilliant start, the slider
N ecilist went .o opletel sur
"W tlat s won 14 and lost Only give, and has taken
) hisl thre most recent startS," Leo continued.
Pitchers will ave to go ft. aplt .rq for the new-
r camem. Doubtles a mon Monsant. ae Veneuelan youngster,
wil e n o ,e, othertTWeWr choice ru~ mns. atrio..

A. beaUtlfuly contrived five-hitter, with New Yoef's. shut-I
out evader an unearned run, tracing to an error by Carl Furilol,
had made it twoand four for Carlo aginso t the 1M Giants.
Alston talked about a young right-hander named Bob Dar-
nell. now with 81. Paul, who may get a chance soon to join the
Dodge; drive.
Red Corriden. who had been sent out ot St. Paul and Mon-
treal to repot on available pitching recruits for immediate serv-
ice. had taed up Darnell as the best.
a"It did me good to se -rslklne hold those GiAnts all the
way," sad ton. "Hold them wh them wenthey just ha0d to be held.
This was a game we had to win.
S "I wish Johnny Podres were a little closer to being able to
S-go back to the ng schedule. He definitely Is not ready. But
" not too tfar from It."
The Dod-ft rejoiced over a lot of. things. having shut out
Willie Mays, -for" oe. Willie never got. on bate until the ninth
nning. when he was safe on a boot by PeeWee.
In the field, Mays time and again put that amazing arm
P of his on It conceivably Is the greatest whip in the
hl"oto of baoebsM. But Mays uses It with such utter abandon.
He is so thorough undisciplined; -He threw hard whether -tb
situation ca for it, or not, and infielders and catchers had
4 trouble suagginR his bullet returnS.
S- One of these days. Leo will have to take Willie in hand. In
S the meantime. Brooklyn rings with Jubilation For the next fort-
nlrht or so It will ive chiefly for the big series thich the Giants
wi open n In latbush on the night of Aug. 13.

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guy who seemed to be marked
h "upp" part of his career.
"Do you kno," says Durocher,
"that Monte Irvin d not once
e from the day Willie left
until he 'returned? When Willie
poked hi. head through the
clubboue door In Phoel, Irvin
threw bhlg arms around him an&
his face broke. Into a big smile.
He's been smiling ever since."

erudite Irvin, an alumnus of
Lincolna University, has the big-
gest Influence on Mays. WUUe
ivek on BL- Nicholas Avenue,
right above the Polo Grounds,
but Irvin pcks him up In his
oar en route to the park from
his home In New Jersey and
seea that he gets home after the
Thy are Inseparable room-
mates on the. toad. Willie carries
a record machine and Irvin has
him. buy platter he prefers.
Irvin Is 10 yarn older than
Mays, so hap his way until it's
time to g.;t un in the morning.
Willie Is-an early riser and, while
Irvin ple@da for anotherr hour or
two of sleep, record playing and
teasin get him on ikans.
Wll~T backs up Irvi on the
field. Irin backs up Wille off
the field. It's another fine comn-
"'You hit the ball. I'll catch
it, w1 ue tells Ie," M P.umnr

"Doin't yu siever lose that
gloveI" the lt kid Mas.
_ paper. ftyolvingi Mays,
Irvin and Durocher became a
pure-game sideshow in Phcenix.
Irvin and Durcher would team
en Willie, as they wagered cokes.
Monte would rap quick and easy
chances at Leo, ay7 them far to
lone side of Wle. A good catcl
redeemed so many cokes, and
Willie scrambling after the ball
while shouting "Ree-dee-mer!"
1n that shrill voice was the hit
of the act.
But now he's back, he's Leo's Joy
And WilUe's just a growing boy!

ho has never been so close to a
S"And I have been close to
many, notably Pete Reiser and
Pee Wee Reese," he rIcalls.
Predent stoneham was not In
Phoenix whet Mas reported
the past spraM, asked Durocher
to sign the a. .
S"I called him to my hotel
room and handed him the con-
tract and a pen,'* recollects Du-
"He signed.without as much as
looking at the contract.
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By JIMMY BRESLIN to chew bubble gum on the field,
but not to' blow bubble.
Little League National He ad- Datrict (EW tnmet have start-
quarters in Willamsport, Pa., In ed around the countU, Pith Talla.
swing with the televised times, hassee among Ute fist complete
announce that the World Series it. local event. in Miford,
program will be availabi before Mass., Lttlt League miont hera
the Series there, Aug. 24-27. came up wItb& a Bound way to add
That's because CBS-TV has slat- fer.. They take tuw cpeiraing
es a filming of the Series to be the concessioen stands,. Russ
shown on ts network, Aug. 29. Hodges, the a .Ortseaster, Is prem.
Bob Stirrat, the Lttle League tub hew bubble t of the feldthester, N Y.,
thumper, thought many people. a LL.
rounttle League Nation thal He woa do TRADE P: Most infalder
slow the filmed game ti more los, hasse amongde to go fr a
ly, so e h.s madt theplans to sip grounder with their feet clnt .. In Me to
viewers the program in advance. gether.
theYou can get one by writing Lit, Aug. -. came upgood a d way tost add
tie League headquarters., anyer. Mickey takMcCone observes,
come up with a ground rule which boyh. to spread their' feet a little.
es figure to cause plenty of debate This givesthion st more balance andnds. Russ
sharound on little eagtworkue, nationally. a better chanceto change position
One of the ruLittle covering the if the ball hops. toon. side.
disow the filmed lament, now under a te ey important thing" fr a
way, sayo he h:.s players are permitted Field Director McCoell note to
viewers the program in isnce gth e boys should harge
n oway, C., they h the baut t s-play tmor e ble, not aor the
come up with a ound re whi boy to pread theirm-" feet little.

S:Can .,stand around wsth your

Tha final activity to, cosen this
year's summer Recreaeton Pro-
gram was held at Santa Cruz on
Wednesday. At the end of the
day's program, Santa Cruz has 11
victories, Paralso 8, La Boca 5,
and Rainbow City 3..
Table Tenanis .
In the table tennis tournament,
all communities broek even as La
Boca won in class "A" boys, Rain.
bow City in class "B," Santa Cruz
in class "A" girls, and Paralso in
class "B."
W. Changer to-La Boca defeat-
ed Evdrsley of Paralso in the
boys "A" class championship 21-
17, 21.14. In "B" class, Agnole of
Rainbow City took the finals from
G. Good of Parilso 21-17, 21-23,
21-13. E. Me Farlane of Santa
Cruz defeated Bailey (La Boca)
21-9, 21-e in the girls "A," while
Walker (Paraiso) evened the
count defeating Peterkin (Santa
Cruz) 21-17, 21-17 in class "B"
girls. Softball Throw
The softball throw for boys saw
Paralso claiming two victories.
Paralso won in classes "C" and
J. Blend of La oca- took the
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throw of 231' 5 l lass "B"
,G.- hunter (Iiaabow CityY was
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Paraiso was victorious in the fol-
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Rae Hughes -
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Patsy Ryan
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Jane Heffner
Col. Banr
Naonri Barr
Paul Jones
Mrs; Paul Jones
Col. MeLnts
Jean Meints,
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Nina J. Coppenhaver
Don Lutz
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eaty s Pch -tasd rm EM-NlINTiH YEAR PANAMA,5. P. THURSDAY. JULY 20 1954 i Eruh this
VPof militiamen with or
their bodies vim e

ire iDemocratsDecisively Li 4; *
brought word of the e h haed hamr
of Aniron listed ado her shoulder and
in the delta areas re- oil N edi lo weh
tIded bY the French pre- -
the truce which gaveW J1 Ce if Nonh e racoin-
ountsof Red oppres-keTax Reform Bi61- Pat
vc Impetus to the eva-i WASHINGTON, July 29 (UP first was Drooosed, would re- portion income tax rate at creased to Irth' ue hoI m-
of vb aft .l. area. e-Preside. &fisenhower'd- 1.- lieve a taxoaver of all tax on 52 per cent until April 13,195 Child Ca0 i Widow, ty atcoemt sh she
S It ofsome 1,000 to t 363000.. reform bill won the first 550 of dividend Income. Under existing law the tax widower or person, or the K -her
i the Reds take over linal Housu .Aroval vesier.ay He also would be relieved of rate dropped to 47, cent a marriedl q acouo- mm tkd 36-23-38
11 were evacuated by plane after Democrats were aeieawce taxes on 4 per cent of his dl- as of last April 1. bined ig ome of ui l tha .- f'r tL ts compared
lVphon and atoei.eed. o decisively in a drive to kill see- vidend income exceeding $50. Main features of the bill: 500 a year, could deduct up to i -At sontst average *ott e "
S s more streamed ou, clal tax relief on stock divi- Rep. Daniel A. Reed (R-NY). Medical Expenses: Taxpayers $600 a vear for Child care ex- rlam Stevenson. the Southt
the roads to the sea. dends. chairman of the Ways and will be permitted to deduct penses while the *RMati work. bthaverage rightwon the bte,- CA T OB T -- Je Mart _of
a the first day it was ef- tween contlicting versions pre- position to Cooper's motion. He feeding 3 per cent of groa in- also could ta deduction of atl with and urot
were reported. viously passed bv the House and argued the dividend plan Would come. instead of 5 per cent as up to $600 for. expenses in the "What wints to bg average." Company dollar. patolmap was w
trop attacked the ChSenate, was approved on a roll "serve as an immediate stimu- provided by present law. The care of. any dependent 'who is Martha managed in her imper- befre Mrtin d three of hi scoompulce wr t
and fell back only call vote of 315 to 77. plant" to the nation's economy. maximum medical expense de- mentally or physically Incapa- feet Englsh. "So I have-how
were bombed and ma- The measure, wnicn overhauls A large part of the revenue duction would be increased from ble of caring for himself, ou aay-round hips. This I think '
oe ginned. the nation's basic tax structure lost through the bill would be $1.250 to t2.500 per exemption. Retirement Income: The first oob, no?"
Psench Union, patrol was for the first time in 75 years, recovered this year through a and the maximum in the case $1.200 of retirement income of
ed along the Hanoi-Hal- now goes to the Senate where provision continuing the cor- of a ioint return would be in- persons over 65 wolid be exempt The peppery South American l P
a oad and 10 were killed. passage is certain. It then will -- --- ----- from Income tax. wlth a maxi- girl stood up and executed a pir- .
-Conmmunist natives flee- go to the President to sign into muth exemrt6n of -$40. Per- ouette. She waswearini a bath-
lto Hanot ave r grim D Ti e measure will save select- K L S r 1 sons who retire tnder public in ssult-the same snug black Wit
lower delta a grim The measure will save select- I I retirement l hdol teach-ob she wore during the contest.
of what life will be like in ed individuals and corporations era, firemen. p6 leemeh and gov- "See," she laughed. "How can
V.iet. Nam **republic" of an estimate s.AF.0l0.u00 in ernmental emp ares- could re- one teh what the measurements m i
Minh. taxes this year and provide new tire before 65 id .still Ret'the are?"
incentives for businnes to ex- Cheers End O Fli uster $1.200 exemption. WGTON. July (UP)- Roovet nue
ohesld teachers who det pand and replace worn-out ma- Working Children, ChildreV Martha, along with 14 other President Elseahower ordore 4 Mor a A
themselves favorable to chinery. o earnln more tn $600 still contestants. was awaiting her federal agencies today to make Ro e
SMinh and stayed be- lt also postpone the Incomecould be claimed as dependents turn to go before the U vers. "every efrt" to a ed aid to vehc r traf a for
re arrested and thrown tax deadline from March 15 WASHINGTON. July 29 (UP) States does not intend to be im- by their presents if ern onre al camerasforl h er fa frt In the dt a trickon
eag for public exhibi- to prl 15 and ives a pe. President Eisenhower cheered pulslve or truculent, he said, but ; under 19. or if they are, first bit It film. It was a short Sutwest 6 help them mainta g
cial tax break to working par- the end of the Senate filibuster wilb defend its rights any place Inr school and the nParents con s beCt pging the Miss Un- heirbes llvatoc herds n p- fleim
were ordered to ents who hire baby sitters, against his atomic bill yesterday in the world. He issued the ins
rls were ordered persons with abnormal dted- and listed six priority measures In a laughing exchange about tribute more than half to their ving a decisloe by AgriIultu .'''
toune and dress d iokV p Icel costs, and parents with, he wants Congress to enact be- his role in the coming congres- sutport. Secretary Ezra T. Bensop tomae s tr to
tume and dress lik ilen in college, fore going home. sional campaign. the chief exe- Tax Estimates: An estimated T e available government-owned fea d e Breet to of
Sthe refugeessaid House Democrat charged the Asked at his news conference cutive said he will not stump for million persons will be exmp e at reduced prices to hard-pressed the alboa
also were directed tu nd relief plan would pro- whether the filibuster had made any individual candidate but in- from flina income tax estimates ranchers in designated drought a vert being
Makeup In order not to videand fal forhe ic any change in prospects for his tends to do some traveling, in the future. resinl* f Afeon holr to
the troops." vide a windfall for the rich. but legislative program, the Pres- He said he hopes his presence withe foe J S below 5.000 nm4 deThe e feed oam will Iul.
pulfed back from the they failed on a roll call vote ident said with a laugh that he In the home district of congreq wihnomes below $5.000 o into affect .u m itnm n 83
eftse perimeter told o 27 to 16) in their last-ditch had anticipated the question, men who have supported his with a combined inom couptles in Texas, Colo New thdo, New
alst -vengeance at- attempt to eliminate the provi- He pulled a slip of paper from program will be of some help to f less than $10.000 will beeex ico and Wyoming. Bensop al-
St t Nam militia. alon. his pocket and read off these them or at least will not dam- empty if their Income-Is subject .A Curundu father who step ready has designate these coun- closed
at a little village nine The plan would save taxpay- items of pending legislation: age their election chances, to withholding taxes. pe in to settle a Children's ties as drought' dif0bter- are
t of Trun Ola, the ar- era receiving dividends an esti- The farm bill, tax revision sub- The President also made:these Depreciation: A new depredca- fight was fined $2k this mnorin- making them eliWilbe for federall
camp 35 n les north of mated 204 million this year and versive control measures, hous- points: tlon formula la .provided Inder in the Balboa Malsatrat's -
i... "36 mi o mllo In future years when ing, social security and foreigri re believes an 'I rt-r- '.o" f
getnMd illtla it becomes fully effective. aid. 1. He believes an nerease to SWtax Pb a i^ to 3ir
4," hted" theit by The motion to Mkl the plan The Prealdent said all of them the federal debt limit no ftr dug th earl e l
arges Of explosives to was made by Reio. Jere Cooper are major elements of a pro- fixed by law at 275 billion dol. years of Ites e.t is em aod V 'b the Army 18*
~ f.d. legs, and (D-Th)m). top Democrat on the gram which will strengthen the lars Is Inescapable. ut he at Col1 ofl h--ia n at tate S
h. tax-framing House Ways and country at home and make it said he was not ready to dis- A ant S the eCs waa.the sI S re eb fored to eBe their bat
who help. Means Committee. Cooper'smno- more secure in the world. He close by how much he will ask Quann Uizbeth mother case was MuGl. w I br steok because of the but e1.-
I U for tlo was opposed by 204 Repub- said he will be bitterly disap- Congress to raise the selling., 11eo UK VIE mother, Thdrna heu. A brought and resulting feed short.
lpr were licans and 23 Democrats. aok- pointed If Congress quits without 2..R decision to rate dtarlffs k s had apparently ansed utu a, g.
lhlve moved to rO eI it were 155 Democrats, three acting on them. on imported watches was a e- on the defendant's daughter. The White House said "t I Pres-
.,a'1 tin the Nam Republicans and independent The Senate, which passed the cial case and does not reflect a sweU Dro UM acordIng to his tetimoy. and Idet and the Department of Ag______
d hy s e Frazier Reams of Ohio atomic bill Tuesday night, be- change in his base btqnd in ta- L f"he dei4d to punIsh one of the culture are keeping ton close touch
said they showed no The plan. a hot lssue since it gan debate on foreign aid today vor of freer world; trade. The boys by hittiC n hlm- wtih the droughth- strickeniareas.
to be gone, and might and then put it aside temporari- watch duty boost has been hot- u The President has directed thatra
Min. permanently as adviser ly to call up the House-Senate ly protested by Switzerland. A fine of $15 wa Imposed on every effort be made to provide
a w regime. cailW conference report on housing. 3. EHs talks with visiting Prea- LONDONJuly (UP)' -The Carlos A Cru. Jr. a 30-year- speedy assistance to farmers and
SK l W The farm will be the next dent Sygman Rhee of South Ko- Canard Liner Queen Elizabeth old truck driver. For driving ranchers who req re help to
pansn Alliesmajor bill. and Senate Majority rea deal with both economic knd radioed from the high seas en without a license he was flned maintain their basic livestock
m nS, AllieS % leader William F. Knowland ex- military problems. He does not route to New York today that $10. and for falling to l'.ve a herds."
aer. Staus 3 W pects debate on it to run into want to discuss the details be- one of her passengers was miss- certificate of Inspection 'i his Presidential press secretary I
r Status he early part of next week. fore a formal statement is issued ing and "possibly" fell overboard, truck. an additional 15 was im- Jpmes C. Hagerty explained tha .
Wllr Au A time has not yet been set when Rhee leaves this weekend. maritime monitors reported, the special feed programs wo OTTAWA Ju
Hre, WeaponS b sler Ag for the conference report on 4. He opposes any eort in Cor- The Cunard Shipping Com Faustino Molinar. 25. Pan- supplement a previouslal anc nada toda oucdtac
taxes or for social security. The gress to push through legislation ny said It was investigating the amagn. was ined $10 for ed cooperative federal-sat ha ce e of an
OR. July ,29 (UP) Registration of students ex- anti-subversive bills are being r raising the level at which the report that was picked up b amsan. wis truck on Bruload cuprly program to help farmers the n o ac Sc

it legal for a Wa oca and RainbowCity will be Mr. Eisenhower covered wide not say his farm program, gewar- monitoring station. more than six feet beyond the e cutrst eed w n be made ntrnatlo asp corn-
firm to manutfacture held Au. 9. range of foreign and domestic ed to flexible rice supports, The message said the as b the Comm Cet Corp. I t o
da er and Luftwaffe All student s will report at 8 issues at the news conference would result n loWer food prices. neenger was discovered ising tAeep re n a e department q 'nS
words for an American am. which time they will fill but the discussion dealt heavi- 5. He does not want to take off the French coast near Le Ha- A rolernL.nt ambulanediv- BB. "'dys 310u a

fn r manoAmerican m-o e pleted. however, until the regla- munist .nd American planes offIbe authorized toaproduce atomic was one of the American tourists boa. Only property damage wu sa5 ............10:04.m. The t"atR..
d" oA and Luftwaffe ration cards are signed by the the China coast. The United'power. aboard the ocean queen. remorted.-4:09 P.m ............ 10:6E m. t o e
to be sold as "rare ob- arenta or guardians of the stu V s t
occuoation law forbids ents may go to the Rainbow hRutledge, would leave t bieht
nation of such Nazi City or La Boca Occupational Ryor New Delhi to 1oin In
,w bt-slyt he hours anLond Of Midaight Sun To Get First aoy/ Vitor if
about export as "rare tween the hours of 4 and 7 Te -ojen wil be Joned by
Wp .m. By JAMEI MONTAGNES M" Built 25 years ago as alseaport Ecott ld, Canadian hgh ct-
P, Parents who reside in the B y JAMES MONTAGNES for shipping grain from tlo In India, in dcusdig
,towns of Santa Cruz and Paral- NEA Special Corresponde dian prairies, Churchill has i rt for the -inomia
so may go to the Santa Cru or TORONTO July 2 elevators 'and docks., *'
Para:so elementary School When a Royal Canadian Air ieetrewn Hudsr's p hltU -q-T
istration cards of luollta lan- es down at Co p permit e, sun em Europea ports...

northernmost stof on n Eair tour tl an omt rse. fa th Juiy B (SP)
betir I. A scientific minded U. S. and Candaedui ng in. appeal p, gfns whO
eFiveoAnd Four comngto see how the airplane t few years, s
has unlocked the northern areas ahead ot whf if
Fipt ive girls and four boys were of this continent.
born at Gorgpq Hespital during At -a e took the of
Y v"s' M|o ipnday' raccrding to the weekly state visit, but adfat a pa ce trip Iod from Tth ap spm .15han
were two deaths the causes of practleially uninbabited territory. __wM .
whalh.w w er ri hena bl.,a.., t,,,., F..,.,... td t.. A,.. W 17U .1- .

ere y ra romsot so^US.l- The go
disease with peritonitis and Duke will see Eskimos and In- we 41
broncho-pneumonla. dimas, airborne geolo g i s t s ando 71I
There were 121 paUents ad- prospectors, helicopters making -M
mitted and 108 discharged dur- instrument surveys for mineral.
Sthe week. bearing ruds, as well aswf
s-The names and addresses ofsub-Arete Arte mining
the parents of the girl babies camps where gold, radium. silver,
p kl Ibis fe tow, d wn-ON of...
Were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L Gar-iron and" ether metals are gbeig n t 4 M Cir ecam Eae his eae i Ija m rg 1 S S.betele vM"w U Pa
.of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs. J. mined in tIncreasing nantities. -Fe;.. Cove, a es drIt h ter .imaida
of Ban Franetsco, R. P.: At Pert al3as o remt Bear m mu "wovet m VlW o
Mrs. W. J. Worrell, of Lake, for Instace, tMe Duke w Am ran of North Ameia's Arctic dedees, commarInty In the NorthweiT ugighe
Cmlt W: Mr. miad Mrs. W. see a ommemity the airplane l ieae e Nritorie, with about pnS ~ t willbeOg
qar of JoanDnbrouht 9 eg. Iaie ~At Yelowhknife on Great S ave Its owe alestre powprea
WA Mrs. 0,G. Webb we in t
Lake, he will visit a modern sub mrs e
warm. A propecltr, Gilbert LaBia. Ie 3M.. C Arctic town whalh bag groww arm, Do*
w bornto r. and flying over therhne ares of Gri t ast side, sewer, Ia e
LoreNe, Of Bear Lake S.sIS had outlWed merabou5 and
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