The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00462

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obver mi those r- Bd Ptaricial The *e. dm
Sthe Paty' t- Bary, "So IsMoney
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d with topIM level i Ban wM* tt t5 e"Chu aid. "The
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mlel a 3t hadG of thea eyt here .r *are start! a i to a
ter y t.to find otp- t @Oy 0S hfer. B2.i lo0 t he a
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Aamnedoai ashp y could
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cross Barth Hd, knockid
down a s tgn pst m d amagizg
S lone fenco, wa fined O
this $ng In the Mbo Ma-
to,& o Curt for reklwe
An additional $ fine wa
Imposed on the, defetdpnl,- Wil-
lAm P. ena,.e 5. for i a to
reportt the accident, hidt oc-
cured last Mo tnda tll aM.
According to the Ih .
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,ocuslve speed. a Irst
Soff the igh fthe
Near anlin eel b gt
Lblo, and thenU sharp-
ly to the left stA'bthe fence
and sign post, bef1ot ling to
rest croa wise in to roid.
There ag w heavy .,Dmage to:
the right front end of the car.
Bann i with tthe 4 Recon-
naissance Squadron .

mily Magm is


Iummorlal aervieiftar Mrs. 3m-


e sent. -
Mrs. Maginson, who was U
ears old, was bmm In Sweden
ad came to the ViMted State
hies a young w" an sd be-
une an American eiUtn. 8he
as lived in the Caal Zone for
early 45 years -ad s wlD
known on both ide of S lsth-
mu. She came tat it6i baus in
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sonu a Sidney teine -g-wno
Slumped ball n New Yore.-
SM wa sIdef4led as a. con-
tact w it Onmunist under-
groudlldersad has bepn em-
ployed Ias. .Angeles bakery
under .hbe'unen name, Patri-

Inured Workman
Dies In Hospital
A PanamanIan foreman for
the Chhair al Co., who w.
knocked -ueanocous by a fallU-
ing pipe while he was helping
dismantle ai Ancon residence '
died e=teday& t the, Santo To-
mas N pltalof head injuries.
The aeldt victim was ila-
rio 1arcd. 21, who was working
on ou 313 In Ancon last Fri-
day when a large soil pipe fell
on htm, rendering him uncon-

The ChIns B ingh Co., form
which he worked had won the
bid to dlmntle the building,
whih facts the Panama Uni-
verslty a Fourth of July Ave-
nile.


uone ose naun,- usu muo.

Nationalists Sink


Sino-Red Gunboat;
Damage Another
TAIPH, Formosa, Aug. 2 (UP)
.NatInalist Chinese warships
sak a Communist Chinese gun-
bt and damaged another off
Then island last night, the of-
l Central News Agency said
Te* agency paid the Red gun-
ats first were sighted off the
central Chekian coast near Toa
n and Imnmediately engaged
I_ the Nationalist warships. The
battle lasted an hour, the report
e Nationalltsa did not suf-
fer any damage and returned
safely to Tachen.

Rdio Peiping
Attacks Presence
Of US Carriers
TOKYO, Aug. 2 (UP) Radio
Pelping today attacked the
r ce of US. aircraft carriers
a Chnese waters" as proof the
US. regards China as an enemy.
"This act of the United States
clearly demonstrates the U.S.
policy of considering the Chinese
popeas an twemy' the Jap-
anese language cast, mon-
itored by the United Press in
Tokyo, aid.
"The Chinese people must In-
crease their vigilance over any
new provocative plots of Amer-
ican war mongers and crush
them."



" Defends ee
With Russians


HELnINXI, Finland. Aur. 2 -
(UP )- Finnish Prime Minister
Balf Torngren yesterday 1elect-
ed charges that the recent radfe
agreement with Russia would
draw Finland in the Soviet orbit.
He said Finland would cont-
nua to pursuea policy of neu-
tramg between the great world
Spsakfl to an audience at
KAmdie aM southern Finland.
Tornmrem sld the new anree-


opr, w8enpI L to leave
Now York for Panama this
week.
Wilon, an American had
nager foFr Wuord
= fW= several yea*
It was recalled. b that
atly an. year ago; a Wil-
forn a ZcKay bokkeeper,
U1li WImottmewa ven one
r In the ponltay after
was found lly of em-
ng o e ampany's
funds in Aug. 1051.
rev gan OSIven S
rr ead rid ato apdh
there was 14 otrailm r jug-
glings of the books to cover
up a total loss of over $700
from April to October isi,
W btt was on the witness
tand about seven hours while
undergoing cross-examlnatUon.

Bridge Collapses
Under Train, 13
Of 14 .ose Lives
HULVA, Spain, Aug. 2 (UP)-
4 railroad bridge collapsed un-
der the weight of a paying
frel ht train early today splling
the rin 5 meters into a ravi
and killing 13 of Its 14 occu-
All 14 persons aboard were
railroad employes. The sole sur-
vivor suffered only cuts and
bruises In the accident, which
occurred in southwestern Spal's
mountainous Badajoz Provinee
on a run from Zafra en route to
here.


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PARI Aug. 2 (UP) This and gu wl be
was s sag day for those Paris It Just lsn t di .,
motorists who drive by the born any7oe.
and let the fenders and peGa. NW Aug. 1*
trials fall where they may. ceWiAcef d&riv n he
Their bad driving manners be- M fras. -
came a i of the past, by mu-. Sill Jusw fled 4
nieipal decree If not in actual ice report, w fl-a
fact. at a abst aanded
From nowe n t *l be against a Uig-aga.
the law to soend the klaxe- eat Any -o OemL
pt situatis d adds fraught lag, represents a
acute danger. potential
If the new prefet ofellee. A-
dre Dubols, has his way, the City Outside the paloe
of t is about to beom. the horn bewing will he
elt 1weat l streets, who seeds up at the
I % as given a oeo-f Jn and a-Hes the n 9
struction to every C j.a horn Intead tof mes
cle polcean. and pl rufl traditional way .1.
men in the city ase.
For the fAnt 15 dys a Agaust T p ota
they will be lenient with t he h has e d a day
tooters. The man six ears seek. e ai t let "-
who leans on the hora M $as mo g
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"IBM LUMes a seseived esa8luir and headed isN ha l a
a pSea a|in |* lnM duft be limpelltf et W de m' pp
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The annual election 'of officers of the Hotel Tivoll Porch a
Benevolent. AMMoGIn was hdld recently. In the abuse.
MeNamarTg wM Ia acting as 3cuadorean repremutat
asediadta at Mhe present tim, WUHIe he Waiter ac
embea were p nt or aoebUnftd for by their pro
SO role Warst. o r .,*
a 1 felectin g follow:
j3 a. t r, aM r Mprris (mM" ertus) 10 wf S.,Jot
dd vice-pres., Bd ;owade; treasurer, lflor ba
ry, Larry Jones; am baador-at-large, Jack Kerr; cha
,Jack Weir and Deacon Lambert; gts.-at-armslu. eAr
'e and Larry Baptiste: diueptor of-Intrauiurl ac tvltln, Mo
ans: chieLs chartmaker. Hobart Stout; directors, Pablo Co.
Loule,BommeOr, Larry Callaway,. Dick' Dehlinger' ha WiU

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Fa h i Where the f28Pits 47 Jason's ship
.il 6 Removed 30 Passage in the 43 Pen name of
It unwanted brain Charles Lamb
Plants 31 Band hill 60Apollo's
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d 22 Hnousehold 35 Moral (myth.)
d gods 40 Weirder fl Eleanor
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SOVIET EffC C'l

dier who could Mot
of my movie cn li ai
ed at the other 0
e10 nest near the
Man But Lere I sita4Ma -
te leted. watching Jor
of h'man robol dts a
This is George p d
"116" Come true,o
m- womenfolk live
live in the wore rs e
First, you c4dda
loud speakers. a*
from the Marx-X
Soviets Union Square-but er
the speeches of alt ant -U.LA.4il
onstration over in the P The
nd voices, with a MUter rcOt N,
nct blare through _l9ad ,
AvT speakers lining $taln 11le0
ted lamposts which stand 10 Jot
along the big street. -
ba- And you could a4t. gatr" with
your fellow workers to talk pol-
tics, art or anything% ele-or to
grips. There are on4 three 0 or
phn stppt cafes In aItnj Bert,
;h; bere along Stalin A Mee But you
ip- are surrounded by Communist Our,
hie ty hacks, the actLvists, the
on up workers' champs 41' t1,a& A00-
Ie- azon, Frieda Hockouf, who never
Ills leaves her machine. :
There a also the "Recoasts 9.
tion Workers," the men and i na-
en who spend bheir leaure hoi
picking bricks and rubble ftom he
d.uuc poundss left by the bomb g
and artillery.
You can't talk in their presee.
They'd turn you in. For t the
have been rewarded with apa=ll
meats on this-beautiful boulevard.
There are 25,000 apatainenis il -
this imposing avenue, which bides
the devastated side stress. Forw a
three-room apartment sac? the i
same as the others-ludimu tel-
ephone, central .heat and aMage i
disposal, you'd pay 67 marb % 0
pfennigs a month about $17.
That's the bribe for selling out
civilization. The Rad l a in
charge is proud of the housih. Too m
much uniformity? Well, we take g
care of that in the next 'flv-year U
plan then we have l.invidu- si
ality ,. of
So you can't talk And you can't i
other in your hose because the i,
Cemmie block informer wuld.turn t'
you in. So you turn in early at o
night, Once you eto to work the
n' t da you enter, plant,
S U tala g lectr, W norkd,


F1.


Peter Edson In-Washington

WASHINGTON NEA If no cent cut in Prns l isenhow- m ad KMUan of South Caro-
ew war breaks out and If Co-. war's. requested a opata for lin, t f North Caraina
rea.has its way, the end.e t6 this year. Seatqr Mike an jupe ofNew MexiCo.
.. foreign aid program. is in Mansfield (D.-Mont) certainly The a oud reason given was
ght. This may be the last year one of the most international that a new look was needed for
new appropriations. minded 'ongressal e the' l- t forign"- aid program,
Under such a program, the Fr- the cut-off schedule for al foreign because of changed conditions
gn Operations Administration aid as outlined above, abroad Congressmen expressing
would given until June 30, 1955, The signs of dissatisfaction with this view included Selden and Bat-
q1 date its operations. The the foreign aid prnram were tIe of Alabama Bonner and Deane
chnbcal assistance program even more noticeable in the of North Carolila.
lont Four would then be House. The authorization bill The third reason given
rned ack to t the Houhesetate Depart. thsed the Housafor onm. De
ent to ru.as lmU butmorefot maor a mawrity of 20 to 11: a Noth aroa
lees permaner opotlomw j -. _Fot the Im wor 14 Democrts. Atatand Irgi: : ia^ were out;


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rithe No. had man of that aa,
had served oe yhr l Atlanta
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contempt by Kauver, served an
additional stretch In lalL and aft.


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Io hours driving and
roaming the Soviet .tor the
second time n a w S counted
e i na 'the, U. S. and

some atoul stores high in
mura form, has the word "free.
dom" in It.
since you're earning about 10
cents a hout, y6 must buy at
the State's HO 1 stores or the KON-
SU%. You'll eat limted.types of
food, s dol a your neighbors
And very little fresh food or .nilk
for your kids.
1 Well. maybe you've saved
enough for your wife to buy some
iones. bShe had better first have
Ia pai overalls in her ward.
robe, f she wants to be a "pro-
a -liTe" dresser. The overalls are
for the. hours of rubble-picking.
ae doea't daftre buy a hat. She's
bon told that's "reactionary." But
she dos .have her choice of a
1"Stale" model drape r a "Sta-
all" model drape. She, like thou-
sands of others, wears a uniform
party dress. .
So you both .are dressed ana
you've cleared enough rubble for
the week to. get your Red stars.
ou tu'for a-movie, The last U.S.
M'Mwlin Rouge" was shown
here a -year ago.
b ut ye CAN see documentaries
-Red China being constricted
or the Poeples Democracies in ac-
tie ono th farm frot. You try
the live theatre. Perhaps, a play
like "Tom Bawyer," which was on

ompUce in crime. But not in East
Berlin. Hare the doctor is killed
b7 the Ku ixt Clan because he
died 'hire '1 negro
so yu try steayin home. The of.
flical Soviet newspaper and the of.
fAal party a&ad.fcaa labor press
are mn fort no radio Is worse.
You CAN put on me ood
Czech loni-playing records. so lun
aY ro have on hld a platter ca
ed IIcddas (GI Jaekie, I presume)
Go Home" to prove your patriot.
IatB. How long can you play roe-
a&?.-
You go for dalk down to the
Alexander Plato for the one bit
of easy od anS amusement-aad
a7t? TWh& 14 a brand mw
aL So you pa t In yur coin.
Menod come nou. and you doa't
ha* to wonrt about comrade



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ut If the and O .foreign, aid
does come 0 initud it'M =
mean that the United Stats will
have contrib to thi cause
over 2 billion i the year post
war period b iagnc Jn .19. Of
this m, $39 In will have beln
economic aid, billion military,
Appropriations to carry out thisI
years, foreign, aid. authorization
program of something over $3 bil-
lion are expected tosail through
the final daya of Congress withoutI
too much trouble.
There wer6 penty of signs of
congressional dsataction with'
the whole foreign aid program,
however, in getting the initial au-
thorizations ansed.
The Senate Foreign Relations
committee reopm.ended a 10 per


lians and U' De- rats. who
voted for frein aid th
year voteg4ulSWt It.'When Debto
crafts desert the program in such
numbers, the jig Is well on the
way up. '
Nearly all of these 34 switching
congressmen have, been Inter-
viewed for this column on why
they changed their votes. The an-
swers give a pretty good Index of
current objections to foreign aid.
The principal reason given was
that there are now sonic 0 billion
in unspent carryover funds. This
was considered enough to com-
plete the program during the .next
two or three years and make de.
livery of Items now on order or
in the pipeline.
Among the congressmen who ex.
pressed this view were Democrats
Abbitt and Tuck of Virginia, Aah.


Ba on o lhisisinct
L ffifomi ;b*Ut.tb for.
eing aid because he can't gt a
few thousand dollars for beach
erdie6 control' Ihis ditot.
Saylor of Ponaylvania sfta the
revival of urope's coal industry
hurt milling in his state. al
Wert V 2rgi a Democrae sa d
to Italy's pottery industry hurt his
district.
. Rep. Cooley, North Carolina
iemoccat, suma it all by say-
lag that most of the uropean
countries have now been rehabill-
tated and so don't need American
assistance any more. .
Off 11 Republican congreasaen
who voted for the 19M foreign aid
bill, though they had bee against
the 1963 bill, three sa ey did
so without enthusiasm. The others
did it to support the President.


NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEEMORTIMER

XIcMki the Geng Around: lovely, has Sydney C h a pUOn Cathy Collins, oomphle chorih e
Cocaine, eoe of the most deoas- (Charlie's brother) golE nuts. Ih town, at the Park ghoetot
tULU dgp known to mans Ia Starlet Peggy Maley, who ee Memaid Room with de
back ? -eontryl It's been switched from a British p to Art Ford....Johnny yer
almost Imgnula to get for a Chicago gangster (Joe at- was the country's n er one
years -d 3.5 Nareotie ComB- it) and bagged about it, s mt- check-plcker-upper
nisleton AfNr md it that chine-gunnin cupid arows At ot a sbre wrist, tat i) id U
way. N=w,- b the eeeald time producer Freddy linklehoff sa Hill. ..Pegy Asia O ir* hd
since he' bess htandtL v to9 heart... .When eateamship heiraBob Dagner, n ...
poUtiss, aippf In r gar Luckenbach gets those Model Annie (her
Peru andiat4 the only pes phohe bills on hi a to il Laure)
where It's -moee. Ths why Yvonne de Carlo thy'l look t- "Ct
29e .. ... ji.n __a- ger than a ship to him. ,r drel int at e
ger: "rTn inutet B a Wore.
tC omm Mm*:-ad the Dally Worker PlaO a se, u-
l M I Fraer Hunt's book a nOemethi .
r Uexpectd to tohe I, w
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campaign comes ints o plctur
ber of the board of directors of
'General Air Transport, Ince., the
company supplying a belicoptor to
Congressman Sutton at an esti-
mated cost for thp campaign o
around 30,000.
Race-Wire Asselafes
Another man who figured prom-
inently In th. Keauver hearings
was Mickey McBride, owner of the
race wire whic linked up the
bookies of the o ation. MeBride's
former aseoeiate Robert Venn,
who operated McBride's Miami ra-
dio station WMIK, is now- .on-
gresmann ulttoa's public rlat
man and campagnmanagr -
It's Venn whoe has aed lt-
tors highly suces afuw
expensive radio-TV toka .In


S tto ampaig beck brat least
Mo. With amp fuain te
kitty, however SUtte dsn't
seem to worry.
"My activities ae not reletried
to the talkathons sine," Va
astd, "but Include advice oen all
phase* of Sutteon's campag." .


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legal to Msa, a
pn other animals Into Per t
en the hours of p.m. al
A eurfew on ialmals witM ie I
city limits waes one sof. ivel
musty ordinances repealed by the
city council to streamline Its Iat.
Another ordinance sera by
th council barred the r
tr o y ne, multo.r wl

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or public

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DRESSES Priced From $3.95 Up


SPRING SUITS
beforeI...............Ulm.e to aMI
NOW *........ $ 8.75 to $11.50
WOOL SUITS
.hanmake and ether make.
before .............Mme to S.
NOW ........ 27.50to 49.50
SKI RTS
before ............. M. to 9 7.
NOW ........ $ 1.95 to $ 3.95
SKIRTS with STOLES
before .................. ...... 0 .75
NOW .................. 4.50


U S E S "Susan-Tomas"
and ether makes
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before ............. aM to 4JC
NOW ........ $ 1.75 to $ 275,
SHORTS
Special Price ........... $1.95
"T" SHIRTS "Jantzmn"
Special ...... .. .. $1.50
NYLON NIGHTGOWNS
"Extecm" and "Venity Fair"
baf r............... M pmto #11
NOW ........ $ 2.50 to $ 5.95
"Eatr WIse" NIGHTGOWNS with lace
befr.............sto "SMIS
NOW ....... $.7 to$ 6.95
NYLON SLIPS Veiiy Fair"
before ............. "m to $u11
NOW ........ $3.50 to $ 5.95
Multifiloment SLIPS
befe ............. to $ s e
NOW :....... $ 1.49 to $ 2.50
Pure Sic SLIPS
Seeas ............. te $ 1
NOW ........$1.95 to$ 2.50


Cotton SLIPS
before ...................... *
NOW ., .............. $1.95
Nylon HALF SLIPS "Vanity Felr"
*bato ......................... $M
NOW ................. $2.50
Rayon HALF SLIPS
.NOW ................. $1.49
Jersey HALF SLIPS


Wsefre.
NOW
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Nylon


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S. ........... .55
PANTIES ....... .48
PANTIES .. .. .. .55


HOUSECOATS Taffeta. $ 2.95
Tailored .............. 3.50
Cotton ................ 2.95
Ladies NEGLIGEES
efore .........................e$1.
NOW ................. 6.95
Nurses WHITE UNIFORMS
NOW ........ .95 and $2.50
CINCH BELTS
before ........ .......... 6 to $1.M
NOW ................ ,30
ALUMINUM CHAIRS
with eorWo Nylon
NOW ............... $9.75
BEACH JACKETS $4.50
NOW ................ $1.50
All GIRLS DRESSES
Mense Shasta Swim M5.11
At greatly reUsed plow ia nay -
1t A M f-- ( O1MAL PUMCe
Nylon end Rayon Stockings .50
LAMes BAlIN SUITS .$1.75 to $5.95,
LINEN SIES ................ 8.75
ULINEN P 'LOWCASES ......... 1.98
COTTON 0 ALLOW CASES ........ 1.25
BABlES SUNSUftS whb Bonem 1.95
OLSOVERALL.S .............. 1.75


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[Brando Signed
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In 'G.ys & Dolls'
0.%WOOD Aug. 2 (UP)
t ari odo has been sig
Samuel Goidwya
a de lead in the sereda veka
atrh. Broa=dway hit "Guys
Dells," it was announced today)
The aItmament, regarded h
i aft s e surprise casting
the ear wll put Brando int
role of y Mastereon, a 'rom
ti gmler. twill bethe fi
musicall for the he-ma. actor.
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ti times her Omer feared ae an t tblUh ent of a Utefted fSrte
a dea4 dus. But Lena hid dome t ope. ,.
the umespected, When her biedlttIno l We are.taking every ogpwn
, dar brdas domn ahe ed o- tuty to work gpinat te reime
f t, uain, is* Idn do every1ng .l our powet
erh oeoveka, aeof s sabotage it. U el
ohe hmoe town L axabad eeeu Lena uau a si. ashe
rtA t ialr fdLW not p a d immediately

lothe mssgo .mawhich turnedot.to ie the animal quarantine section
d be a rgent apealtothe Wet the Aiculture Depart ment
r, (a ketl tp f =fiht in Its cold andt he Public Healtih Seenie,
eoreou .r p.ieon rm. U. Jeuie om setricat US. health
ofe. lCor eoen in, moddl u, Les wai whisked
theo b a-t .a g Aueu do" _rIstei the li Idand"
an- Ai ray ePB"n, ea. wa ri of animtalt Tmmlrant, the VS.
Ins U=( bdlewfd International Airesrt Animal sSeoter at Clifton, NJ.
Ba het human diii. Then Lena must sit for 15 days
tole1 U., Amy and eivnbarb uiat-inle authorities make, ure v he
reh lancirs, and ap har guard ohas neither pigeon flies nor ticks
top four hero pteons from the U. nor ice. Then she ean begin her
. Signal Corps pigeo breeding een. modeling career.


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ben provided by the Air Forces
.hey man-ad-womanpower flatwre
wpeelthg which tatos, srapingd of field-
ts, tablearing tables, washing
kthe me ssthUlat flis o.-s pi.
tot trainift'12.11 a noNe ex-
iment. T At' Frmee wants to
find out if It cA B' roMOde food
tabnd lean and all tper with hired
Uelp 'then with reglar enlisted
personUeL
duty for U1at1 d-,mst at al Air
Far baee .wfl -be s lete as
a Worm. war I bmbrw.
%0 All' Pr F sr I hie a Catering
firm; Ntionwide' ,food Services,
lIc., of Chleagd; to take over the
oateng Ond dhshwdesng chores at
Th ested m men's first t release of
ervieemu for duties more di.:
: rYetly coveted with national 56
All the food d.,equipment are
being prpvldod by the Air Force-
but the entering arm is providing
the man-and-woman-power f o r
peeling .potatoes, scraping c a r-
rots, clearing tables, w a h ing
dishes, smrubbing garbage sans,
keeping the mess hall floors and
tables elemn and all the other re,
Wamed chores.
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summertime pantry she. Es
used in cold plattoe.se curry diashe,
alIads aepcs, it masae hot weath
er meal gutting more. pleeiaat,
There are five kinds of salmon,
three redr-Chinook Sockeye and
Coho-and two pink Pink end
Chum. Anyone of them is equally
appealing hot or cold and corn.
bines well with a remarkable vs.a-
riety of other foods.
galimo Supper Salad
(Yield: 4 servIgsp)


One -pound can salmon, tea-.
spoon Tabasco, 4 cup mayonnaise
or salad dressing, 2 tablespoons
chfil sauce, 1 tablespoon vinegap,
V4 cup diced celery, tablespoons
slied stuffed olives, 2 teaspoons
minced onion, salad greens, tome.
to wedges, cucumber slices, shoe
string potatoes.
Chll unopened salmon In refrig-
orator. Frost dressing, add Tabasco
to mayonnaise, blend well. Add
hill sauce and vinegar. Stir in
celery, sliced stuffed olives and
onion. Drain and flake salmon
place on salad greens in serving
platter. "Arrange remaining ingre.
dients around salad. Serve with
dressing.
balmoes with Sour Cream Seaue
(Yield: servings)
Two I-pound cans salmon, 2 tt-
blespoons lemon juice, 1 eap sour
cream,
Heat salmon Jn its own liquid.
Transfer salmon to serving dish
sprinkle, with lemon Juice. apoes
sour cream over salmon. Garnish
with finely cut chives.


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eream and a
NetO fa m Otr

ar afcet li saied = be
Without the. tO e voutimo
Wut make f~ ie fe monr
attractive a..d eaqb' toe service
to use its manpower 'moe 'em.o-
mically., r I
liMens g Tfrt arger id the
Idea came Jut 3 yr too late
to sult him. e er in-l be retir-
ed next year af years in
service.
"1 was pun ed Into this job In
1a1." he said "H they had had
a deal like thi, Iight have been
doing something selh al these
yearn. That whold have suited.me
fine." P ,
Airman DonMldr ,oebe, a -25S
mechanic from Pittsburgh, laid
he thoht ght the mew service was a
"good deal," because he has been
pulling KP duty Mlwh too bofen.
"I've been here 2 mOnths;
caught KP 0 times," GQoebeUll said

very muh n favor watre
One of the few' me who got
little comfort from the change
was Airman Norman Pullman,
New York (3ty.
"I've been here 19 modthi, pull-
ed KP once every o doys," Pull
man said. "Now that this has
come, they're shopping me out."

N. Y. Confidential
(Continued froem Page I)
enjoying the aadlelight at BIll-
Red'a with "rnae Bylbid of the
Chicago Pump Room Sflelds...
Did Robert YOung sall to Europe
to finalize the deal whereby hip
pal, the Duke of Windsor will
front, a Preeldent, for one of his
coal companies?
I Wonder Whet Became Of:
Rudolph Halley (whoever he ls.)
From the District of Confu-
sion: Wasuf the real purpose of
the ARC fillibuster to stymie the
enactment of the anti-Red laws
(which sri 1lest by 'the wayside).
Ask Wayne, he .aws...Some
committee Is overlooking a gnat
bet for an Inveetipamon: That is
aP bin and t&e woeks A Oak
Ridge, = n, (ina deetheGiant
hler'. f, W teS, w ta le
mianl A e m-a-a


Ote asa- meert. We tr-
me wirn be aeehpted before Aug.
is, Cho aitoer after election.
Not Munich, lfot Geneva, But
Atlatle C1ity: Dean Martin and
Jerry Lewis kissed and made. up
at their recent anniversaryy eele-
bration" in Atlantic City. Despite
the rumors elsewhere, they have
no intention of splitting. They
are not mad at each other. But
they are mad at their first friend
aid booster, that's Mortimer, be-
tusb he intimated that their
sA paid performance In. double
hamles.was at the old Havana.
Madrld In New York. not at thel
Jersey resort-where It wasn't.
OJC. boys, the line forms at the
right.


Add New York's Summer Fes-
tival: Town's biggest booster is
UIS. District Judge J. kelley
Wright, of New Orleans, a native
Iouaiianan. He gives up his
.nonth' vacation every- summer
to sit (on loan) In New York's
Southern District Federal Court
while our judges take it easy.
Warning! Wolve at Large:
Some ehamater tap the female
toliege alumnae lists, then pick
names at random and phone
with a "Remember me? I met
you at the ealeor promes." follow-
s by an Invitation to a Yale or
lrlneetea hep, which comes eoff
4a a drink at a bar and a strr-
rtle sa the way home. (Make
them show their sheepekins
first,)


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TEE RECORD SHOP: Tony
mutt turned dow a (5,000 of.
r an eight-day, six-city jaunt
l"Atrana. Ain mt expenses and
Wfortation would bave been
Stoo. The Colutmbla singing
r- said his schedule was too
.- but this is one of the
Offers made by Australia
Amr.an record star and
herald more of the same.
figured he'd rather
top mere han down under.
Jorgensen may turn
.i major label is
g signg her she
M ix languages and sounds
like Marleare l IelW.,
she could do foreign

vil over, you wine tasters and
a&=s testers. Make way for
guy with a deligtful H ob
of rcord-listener. One such is
*uM Righter, Whose official title
it Imanagerftor RCA-Ve-.
pSeowds. 3very day, he comus
vp work and spends his required
ija ateaIog to music. Tough.
ife Isn't just a bowl of sym.a
for ~lehter. His is nte.-
a pjspoe.-to detect flaws
aspan 's master records.
*.f t-resUy Ut to e u
1e, but t background
bad sounds. b
"' don't listen to the music, but
mund and through it," Richter
accomplish his proAesloIw
Sin life, he hasu ba ttryXI
itruments set up alongside the
rqtab where he. M. the re -
ti. There are oscllographa, ml-l
Mgopes, meters and a crazy as-
rtment of gauges. These gim.
tks serve the dual purposeof
ag hima get a morv u0et-
n of the sounds on the record
klio ki hi b personal en-
nt of music.
'Ta too busy lsltenlng for such
Pboo to true hl-fl quality as
K414Mn scratches, dents, dirt,
surface noise and off.center
da" he explains. "Instead of
I triled by violin arpeilon
Sute obllgatos I get ea _ted
we I hear whedl- a s block-
lead-la ,or poveln0
5 eI Jasome of the montirO-
t defects,"
She hears, say, an exciting
m.or hea tino nls master


DICK'S PJCKS: hat gal's -here
again.-Mdraur's Patti Page has
two fine sides in "What a Dream"
and "I Cried." Almo good: "Don't
Stay Away Too Long" (Felieia
Sanders, GColunmbla)- "Italian Buc.
kle Buck" (Lou Monte, RCA);
"Cray Song Of India" (De John
Sisters, ); "The Hottentot"
(Peggy King, Columbia); "Pale
Moo n" (suter-Fingan, RCA);
"Obt Janel" (Somethin' Smith,
'Popular albums are plentiful--
Frank Sinatra (Capitol) has a
rhythmic set called "wing Easy;"
MGM has Issued the melodic
soundtrack (rom "Seven Brides
for Seven Brothe.I' -with Jane
Powell and Howard Keel; Couse.
Jo Velszquez, on RCA, hs a lovely
assortment of piao moods called
"Invitation to Romance;" Ra y
Anthony (Capitol) plays "TV's
Top Tunes," some s today's top
pope,


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was not so foolish. no way to get out.) -
Once South has seen doey that
He covered with the queen, fore he needs three club .ick hAsh
ing dummy to rff. This establls proper course Is clear. & shld
ed South's Jack of clubs, but tharp draw trumps with th queen and
was no way for South to get back the king, lead a clubetO ge k.g,
to his hand to cash this trick. Dum- get back with the ae ofspadae
n'y was left in the lead with two cash the ace of clubs anW en
losing diamonds, and theilanreon. lead the jack of clubs. When
tract was therefore defeated. West plays a low club South
should let this trick ride. *he con-
South should count his winat therefore depends rop.
tphi doubleton ueen of clubs or
athe vere i f therbha e. ,. ,t ,. i" We ,t dhand.
Since there are four hearts and On ndng.
so diamonds, South must makes When the jack of clubs holds,
eight tricks in the black m4ut. South can cash the four h6arts.in
Since there is no way to get tw order to get rid of his diamonds
ruffing tricks in the dumOy d and can easily make 3 tricks.
thus make six trump tris a It isn't difficult to olve this pb.


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three club tricks. (U South tries
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.Without dow any more countD
ho, declarer drew three rounds of
beats in order to discard No dia.
mods..
SDealaru then looked at the hand
more closely and discovered that
he had ctilely no play to make
mhis t had alreja ta
I tM(W ;elb ufand make nt s two
truape separately, but thee would
S m only tri eks. He
i et beak and forth con.
a enouh to establish an
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SFOR SAtLE FOR SALE MISCELLA0 S RESORT '
,-. A mobI DR. WENDEHAKE New N l STE5 COTTAGES. ne mi e PMst
ic, Day & Nights uryv. Centre Clara. Low roe -.
I5ALES:- trigidar nrefrigtrator, FOR SALE:-Due to trip, 1954 Chev- Avenue 209, beside Catolo The- 2-1866. '
Schp; livingream furn rolet Bel-Air convertible, 3000 ater. Phone 2-3479, Piamo. .: i.. c, nside S
a rtc Holu 458, Ancon, C.Z. miles. Telephone 3-0547. KNOW PANAMA Bao 435, a Btor P. I
Balboa 1408. FOR SALE:-1949 Ford V-8 2-door BOQUETE AND VOLCbN anama 3-1877. CrIld 7. t
2 bamboo arm chairs sedan, blue. Body, engine, tires and % 3 FULL DAYS Gamelch Santo Claoro B howet
with foot stools $5 so.; point In very good condition. Full Tour through the entire interior of Electric refrigeration, siha
-built baby bed with 3 price $625, For further information Panama to Boquete. Stop at o ., Aodrte rates. Pho I .
it- ny drpowers ad Iner- call 2-3785 after 4 p.m. monte Inn. Tour leaves Panmea Fri- *45 7
Sre $20. HouLe 7~i;D FOR SALE:-1948 Oldsmobile 4-door day, August 6th. retum n eN i
"ldo.'Phane 2 red.an, Hydrematic. perfect condi- nlng. For information phone "JFOR RENTO
.e..W"EsPtiQhuse' Curet f tei on inside end out $650. Phone EL PANAMA HOTPe 3 tu
., andbedroom furr)l 4.-8 EL PANAa HOTEL.
Sfrto in I alfent C I- FOR SALEi-Jeep. military. A-i con- DR. WENDEKAKE NEW Ms 1CAL F RREour b *
sesonablypriced. 253-A ditlon. 4-wheel drive, painted white CLINIC, Day & Night service. CnFRRENT:-Cholet: Fur bedroomsnt
Sixth red wheels. Ideal for Interior trial Avenue 209 bsl Cop lo living dinngroo mas ro
:Broom .t comp. d insider trde for bort. Theater.. Tel. 2-3479, Panaa. g del. 31stStreet Et N 25,
:-Bedroom set coti"ite. S E c trd fo r a t Vista del Mar. Coll4lk,3 .3. "a. 10 lsD;
dlnblgon se c~mplet Houw 2039 Curundu. 3rd Street. tan ., hd
3 Pow reeve player. Phfot Curundu 7175 bativeen 5 & FOR SALE'
lf rsd ng;.. 'ck. F R SALEFOR RENT:-Fumished mod dol--l a only a
Snigel.otr, self drosn. 6 'c.ll M rcne O t: Two bedrooms, ditnln-li-iy, I g L o
SNrge toe g stove; breakfast st. All FOR SALE:-1948 Nash 4-door e- w- eroom, garage ard. Mirpfblr 126, 1t5dropi
i "kelnew. Con be seen afternoon or dan, radio, tet cover, 5 good tires. FOR SALE Refrigerator, 60-cycle, Trans-Isthmion ighy Phon
rin fro 300 to 800. House recent motor overhaul $380 cash. 6 cubic ft.. very good condition 2-2415. MfOW ore
1052, 11th Stet, Apartment 16. Call 2-1687 after 4:30 or see at $85; 16" electric fan, 60-cvcle -er, t
S Colon. 5341-A. Diablo. 525; 1-hp. 60-cycle I-phase lec- FOR R T at 30,
E:-Very fin hand-carved LEAVING?-WIII pay cash for your trick motor. Central & 4th St., cmr-ahar
S furniture: complete din- car. Mke offer. Ponama 32232 nr No. 4029. Tel. 1458 Colon A
amnd blond bedroom. Call Roberto. FOR SALE: Weber upright piano, ----r- U ES
94-J, I p.m. o p FOR SALE: '49 Mercury Convert- excellent condition $80. Tel. Fort ATTNTIO Jut built modm to f gl y od
E :_-Westihoush refriogro ble, excellent condition. Leaving for Clyton 3188. the t
S.-ycle 9-cu. ft, $60, Fourth States, must have quick sale. Con- FOR SALE:-Smoll piano to the best o cd ter. -Te- me
Ave., m 9. Jeff. tact A/2C Nick Coste. Albrook Fi- reasonable offer. Evening up to 9 phone P 34941. GEO FVEY, INC other
S .-Za rod r teirmod- nance Office. Tel. 3256. o'clock. No. 4, Apt. 2, Domingo FbR RENT:- Furnished end uhfur-
Sdnlroom table Diaz Street. nished 2-room modern apartments. M CMtWA M t p
S8-bd e ln am.. tb LOST & FOUND FOR SALE: 8-cu.-ft. refrigerator. Contt A a Ah
fiir; nest of four circular Chinew open unit; small metal loth; ide Street, Tel. 1386, Colon. wh
S bblUs; bedroom furniture & other LOST:-Wallet with personal docu- walk bicycle, tricycle; rod and rel. FOR RENT:-Aportmrnt above CN. Spec Sllmr Rates cost, t
nlse. household Items. Phone Cu- ments, pair of binoculars & clothes Telephone 2-3775. Balboa. trial Theater building, Central Ave- share.
,iga de.3142, Qtr. 570-C. at Bell* Vista beach on Saturdoy 8mm. Kodak M nue No. 141. Inquire Central The. ** doet
is --Entlr e furninhnlr for 3-- 31 st about 5 p.m. Reward. Return FOR SALE: 8mm. Koda Mgai, eager's offic
SA IlEntire furnishings fr 3- to The Panama American for Jack movie camera; 8mm. projector ed- .1 m aa111g1-4 1 9 advfia
r Idence in Golf Heights' Mercer. No questions asked. itor and screen; Venetian blinds FOR RENT: Three-bedroom port. A -* i1 M1 L. ML- prea
Sg piano. freezer, refriger for Type 332 house- refrigerator; ment, living & diningroom, maid's M a ambs. differ
ishes, crystal, 3-spd electric LOST: Billfold with important pa- kitchen choirs. 6403 bos Bocos St., room, hot water. Tel. 3-2279, R. CUdM Wt to eW
.victrola. Owners eving Aug. pars belonging to Robert Harold Los Rios. Tel. 2-3422. FOR RENT Lea ng
0. Telephone Panama 3-1565. Knighten or "J" Street or Rio Abe- FOR RNT: Modmr two-bedroom
V Iajo bus. Reword. Return to No. 71, T oportment, 51 stStreet No, 42Un- 4.
SSALE:-10-ft. Philco Shelvador Call. Estudiante, Apt. 5 FOR R furnished. For further, detoils caller i
-Ib. freezer chest, like new $180. Zublet: 3-1802, 3-3337 n t g
.rner Tpa n gas range $60. LOST-Two hunting dogs, black and Rooms duce
Amodor 193 from 7:30 to 4F white, in Cocoll. Telephone 2-0679, FOR RENT:. 2-bedroom apartment,
Amdr 93 frBoMigu 73 4.612 offer P Iepn FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished room, kitchen. 13th Street, Via Porras
K mi- ... -- -- private bath. near Hotel El Panama. No. 16. Tel. 3-2457.
Meals available. Calt 3-178
-5i m W 2 FOR RENT:- Best acted furnished
ue 1.69.nolid. .n o Mr-- BpOrtmnt, splendid forn oto A m 3.
Ai iS S ,9 nT 1N .lrNieOished room, kltch couples. 43rd Street No. 13, e l a
New.s. Cta- wA. s -B. ..ithwt Vista. -8 all aa lnum*


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ent price levels, you are lea, tt
Intents relloeved of deeld- tuIrants, In air onud
hen lI the right time to ed movies, qhO In alr ceond
because it Is lmpotan to ed t rdrate, at Ini .A
your atok purcha e dtloned hospitals a live
y, there Is a strong nc- conditioned homes.
ent to systematic saving .
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Apt. S ... .NTIA.hA( M).-6
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'-Apex Foid-o-motic iron- l toap n t l. be
40syle. new canditicm. Orb -.
pfe $275,tak. l $3?- 5= lab rao o the UN Technic
en to apprcete..8plboa 2409. Assistaee Administration Is now
L: -Mahoany dthngroom lidty advanced for the as.,-
wy odt on $50. B met n expert to help
iShe51-B. Tel. 2-3157. stroduction and to train tech.
A'"?adian chemical engineer,
A. R. Lucas, has arrived in San- .
iVthiajs p. He will act
S .. ,"* rlM N TAA pMject engineer/
SA UA MIr time NJ ltinont man-
m15 TV o NMa the DOw t. I;
,,,"'_ '.- I pencillin liant I4 ths third '
FT.-b M .luI E t he TAA and UMCZF F
i A ove collaborated. The other two
A / Tplau are in Poona, Inda, and
S r(p) Thel Begrade. Yugoslavia. i w
L f* the Werltl.an de manufacture of penicillin is i
bDIGw.1 tirst a delicate, and spec ia ng1
ITWhi. s sswei love
.lan and methods are eadolna
la dtrialtoo
taepa Ie mn the meet- pellin as ,n.a.idtW ,
Istandards In naniw d to e
will consider smans of world, but dtiu e 15 M%
Mt *.thoe WW : a.nd o ,ve l:t i it ed1
| ltheyb esta sksut" their own W" of, g.
abeaed to the a aeterlo. a.
iMieMdnd btit Id dbDr M. I. wa
.r Ind can play a part chebane. D Ir. who has
,-,m -ann a"rl- bow studying in Eur.- under a
U..fe lowshi "p wl-l r etun to Chi-
l e b to assume overall the
Q-tee will make a plg- barge. o the new plant. J. I. Sal- his
tup ay, tu also amChilean, will become took
= p,-,- --nroductin r But
I e Is well adSvanced la the awin
Sncwill lbe under the production of vaccines, serums $J
ly of the Canadian gomteais.thet
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i 'lhk4an attempt to
iffi aoil cored
A, pif d it from rising
ifbor pote 'dragged the 35-
channel all night In a
wh. for the body of John
wai. Mclure, 23, of Durban.
A AfMrta.
OClure, a second cleas sea-
S the B. Vergellegen
,M In the river when h
r, iW'INs despeat at-
its" ye w the water. He
t4he"gull, caught it, and
I back to the ship
Sh weak and called
in B Urmeon of Capetown,
fourth engineer, leaped to
aid. He awam to McClure and
Shim and the gull In tow.
Urnmson weakened in the
m back to the ship.
in Henderson of Capetown,
flpt lneer, leaped over-
a*tM e prVIpver. He
tU*magm, and brought
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FOR RENT: ON'bedroom apart-
ment, kitchen, diningroomn, etc.
$50. First Street, Perejil No. S13.
Phone 3.4106.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
$50. Regular transportation. North
American neighbors. Tel. 3-0471.


FOR RENT:- Nice furnished apart.
ment with refrigerator, gas stove.
Military inspected. Via Porras No.
99.
FOR RENT:--Mode brand new I-
bedroom department, h6t water. ll
screened. Ca113-3421 from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. -
FOR RENT..'--rnd new 2-bedroom
apartment, maid's room, front te-
race and garage "Compo Aleare,"
near Hoter El Pnom.r Call 3-3421
tram 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. .
FOR RENT: Furmished apartment:
Bedroom, Ilv!ngrom, kitchen, both.
all screened 7S. 46th Street No.
27, from 4 pa,.- 6 p.m.

Forty Co bbnlan

Scoubs C( a Here

For 12-Day Slay
A troop o;. 46, Colombian Boy
Scouts accmaned by two faith
ers are schudted to arrive by
plane from Catgena tomorrow
fow a 12-day sty In Pnama.
The scoutS wre invited by Co.
legio Javier. ad the Panama
Boy Scouts ll ihow the Colom.
bans rouf during their visit.
Their hedM e Is as follows: To-
morrow' aflermon, swimming at
the Coleglo Jatr pool, tomorrow
night, a.i op lead-
ns fro -. d w
be h Alfaro,
wher. no will stay.
Presv will be ae
SPrsZene '.by
looff~asma. At
2:30 they the Esncuela

day asB
at Am Canal Zone.
rida have the day
ff in for a trp t
Saturday at 7 they wi
meet at t e Javier and
together wjv t. Panama scouts
leave in bo.a -1AN private cars,
arriving l -:1; .at st a.m. They
will at t Ce 16 and A-
eda (s where together
with troops t of Colon winl
After e- one boy from
Pnma the Colombian
fa, and a' n seout will
rfi e i Aflag In the Ca,
c. de oark. Mayor Jo.
se D. Bais h *akk a speech
weleolIag L as guests of
honor After a
Colon
ther we pleat
Ut !A 4pm. they
will have thePane-
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liaaI thulat 48 N-;made
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miWdellaneous craft beldbf ag to
M ationallstb had belO 4=
ed, and I sthat na8vald
had been unk or dmed.
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captured by the Reds, the broad-
th7 ousnd Nzal
have been killed during ept
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wil be nbtrally air Ch p Ternent
wIth le than one pi cent ea* I
da postwar boom In w .t
home contrutlon aa been l
key factor behind ta e
air conditioning sales. an nUlas they en buy fedl
in the industry think th an r f
even greater market in e w be rs
homes W t air co ocl
Claud Wamplar, p0Aat co .
Carter Corp.. estimated that tTese men aefamiar *wnii
Sme seven mi credit cadMA.
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IpZ Myng" adn to the nlght-m with three pleta bed wa to
S. as ~nw songs by JaytUnston and my, hi towamy St A l. .
told were Ray Eans. There' o talk of lean relathas. er er
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after Chapter the 1th -- hde hanc see
article in the sei wDa est pu. If Debra Pa gets the green I couldft't ai d to giv themat
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to the. Ldo M .;tu my The act th.e a- men arn a "Ssan Slept
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adoit Scotc s grow Flein thing but show me hb; bank book Hotl4 2Las Vgas W 9
the dsotch y la. now vie gas hee xaed: marry a fl .. -
them. But the aiopton laws o 'Working in Europe was the youea can have iw eaT


aSotland and .ing that a
child can't be aearated from
brothers and t prompted
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of "The oon Is Blue," is still
ailing in New York. At least two
scripts at Fox ar ben held for
her reeery. .Los drew now
married to an Army captain, s
okay in Washington. D. C., after
a stork date casceation.
French newspapers mlssd an
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SidDemocrats Move To Bolder



4Drive To Censure McCarthyv

lais. WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (UP)- Isn't ready, the Demoorats McClellan today s d funet hoin f which paid D a
i had Some Senate Democrats will try may haul out a majority re- creation of a special ci m8ee a artrleaon faliSAgNat dtch. d i a hife rs
floodJ to force out an early report on port, which ii.kely to blast to tudy and report on pecific housing
drlv- the Arny-Mc hy hearing n McCarthy. charges against Sen. Josep3b L Sen. jX 1Uender (D-La.) V
th rlhopes ltali then the ive Sex,,,arl E. MaUdt (R-8.D.), McCarthyln the fighttocensure told ar r 1 4 pposes the
ea df to censur Sen. oeph R. Me- who:pre4jded at the hearings, the Wisconsin.RepubUlcan., resolution in its present form.. D. --
SCarthy, iwas reported today. Insists the s icial _report cannot McClellan, rankin Democrat But he said bill of. rtlculars .,.u
Sempte mheees said the be finished before Ag. 19 at the on McCarthy's investigating sub- backed by ei actually a f Iuw -S 1
hst- Dems pmlan to keep de. earliest. By that time, Co e e committee, Indicated opotlon had been priced, te Senate
see- bate- re.nd another da or probably wel have adjlotS. to a resolution by Sen. lph E. ight be a. pdper basis for ad-
t of two a the resolwuatlon by an- But Sen. Henry M. Jackson Flanders (R-Vt.) to repriimand judication."
move denrs .t reprimand the Comn- (D-Wash.). a member of. -the McCarthy. He said a "Select" Ellender my-Me-
oday. minw hunting Wiisonrtfl Re- subcommittee, said the Demo- committee should study alara Carthy hcu s F esCome w i F v t
pera- pba tcratB,could write their expected lying behind Flande' resob examples on the Senate
Th t rt te could ba a decision.T A ug.(U) l direcon
WtXn a vote aunti b ut l,05 'e Demratlhkely-b r wal aotilsb enate, p ossibly before ,% t- eM dSU4Wr in mR*'wt 2w1 nth dlto a j g.k
West, th r Reublift embers certain of their state y after o ends. cases, la the jdgemet of his who t nm af ttansAtla- AMri -aai
of a of. Invsinsb- they confer today with Sen. "It appeals to me as possibly Staunchest an vis was un- ti"aenr at em ae54n they diSd tePeSt 2 hs'sh
otherthe beatrapproach," `60sBticline h etsalase ih fwasCourtoth" ar te She
the h mil arrm on the 7ohnL. McClellan (D-Arkn. the Uthe besar oh, h.J n e ., -. .m. t ist L d be 3tur o er t
.If- ay t rty' quarterback for dealings ald. "I think it would likely JackoN tbCM wO our .iab te
.ldrepoosucceed." has a duty tortM reporbeth i o e
SWt.McC^le llan's position pthe foreaCongres sRI pily int veth e.eAr tKUrnAtn.
to have a powerful' in luenvoMcCarthy. u who wo.ed fr iCourt here on .the arrst w ',
cause of his role in the ArmY- undt objeced that the 447- UrS. e aClon nd AIr autand be turnedover t t
McCarthy hearings, he is looked ]page digest of the te py Force InWest Germany who r
ctA c quarterback on dealing if Jenkins wassobulkyItwould would -e %rraigned beftorweSL: The Amal In Ger-
with McCarthy. delay writing the report. courtherd bably tomrnrowo. ma a te aItrr on
He said landers proposal Morse's chards towed, and the tu d over ti erma a- "084 as oot
Inbpart, duplicated dx chater or or the
fallen to spell out c specific adrt, lat azcre-uN
Mchargeh against McCarthy butl orJa e bi he .m J il e al
merely accused him of "conduct b ight. COeDAn-yfarotlwo
unbecoming a Senator." Mc- Morse aI .rlght offered taf.W W OGrok Am t 5Ysti f mr Pt [On.
Clellan said this was like calling their allegat. ... s imS anlend nts CG au aut Cs o ..eao
a pan "a thief without saying to 'tie censure rolum byat
what he stole." Flanders Friday n4ht. UAIn "4
Flanders, whose resolution has Morse t14 be c9Vf erred wltb A, O 'h
been criticized by others for other sntos bethi
McCar Io t give their'names.

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lo*t to these thee'residenm of Chicago, IlL Mopping perspiration away as
theA ign are, left to right: Pat Boyle, Ed Hickey and David Davis.


WASH-When does otf- InUy washlag pme oi
h ,ployes of the 4MUf. Ohio, sewage diposal pip se the
Th picture hows the t mt tollects in just one of wth hr' t
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introduced atur'y. In soeffort
S answer e6mpalint that lan.
;r did not offer tcfic rea-
sons for censuring Mc y.
Some Democras telt Sen. ,.
William Fulbright (D- Ark.) bol-
stered the chances of the resolu-
tion by iUrtoducin, six amend-
ments giving apeciic instances
of alleged McCarthy-misdeeds.
Sen. Wayne Morse (Ind.Ore.)
has filed a seven-point bill of
particulars which duplkcates
most of fulbithVtR chargess.
Both elam MwcCarthy, in ef-
fect, "shook daowu" a now-de-


eo, a. FMl r u wnpe wmin-
Be aH oIs N y at
lempted to insp*te BSo
tationrl powi of te t t
"by carrying on tuatae
with eptain Greek |lgpow ."
Morse said McC ath"y rmit-
ted and ratiined" al al of
senatorial privilege" bY allowing
Roy M. Cohn. foroter chie
counsel of McCarthy's Sepate
Investlga t stn I- Subcnmmttee
seek referential treatment .for
Pvt. S. David Schiue, a former
unpaid committee co uldtant.


'Rainbow Of Death' Blamed

For Accident To Mountaineer

KARACHI, AUg. 2 (UP) The The two climbers were camped
dreaded rainbow f death" was at 21,650 feet, explain peaks
blamed today iy superstitious Hunza valley region, when they
mountaineers for the disaster saw a huge' rainbow superimpos-
which befell an Austro-German ed with a spectral ring that ap-
Himalayan qpedition. peared to have a human form.- It
The 'rainbow of death" takes was seen, reports sid, after a
the form of death" was blamed snow storm had defeated the
today by superttitious moun- climbers' third attempt to reach
talneers whQ seme it according to the summit of the peak and ap-
legend are doomed. peared in clear weather lasting
The death of German scien- only a few minutes.
twist Dr. Karl cr, a member
fist Dr Kl er, a mmbern According to Alpine legend
linked tod uch wih an mountaineers who see this a-
lnlparition the b two onthr p-ariton meet disaster an deamh
parltlon T by two other folowing da In tths
members month before Heckler however, the climbers who aw
drowned in th raging waters of e. aparition have lived tp tell
trhowne H na w e ton of a e and climb more moun-

e recalled the I and
graphic a river' cr an sa
way, pi -hing im into he wa sd peculatiol '1he nmoun-
ters of the snow-fed mountain taln may wreak disase o an
stream.he mo other members of the sipedl-
rstream., tion. "
Accordg to several different
reports reaching here, two of l m h S U AHI C
the expeditions cumbers (Mayer 5WmUElK S RIy A I
and Schileser, first names un-
known) *ere attempting to scale -arl RiAEA lu44
an unnamed 5,00 foot peak lli Wani more
the Karakoram range when they
witnessed a gbt warning of im- As. (auelal hAaffa-
.p3ndinr disaUter, according to VII ov I rop
mountaineering legend.
PARIS, Aug. 2 -(UP' -Prench
Sm n s. o sources said today the three West
CommuniStS Coll ern powers probably will ask Moo-
cow for more cxplanatloas On it
For Bere ners propsals for a Europe=an serity
To HelpHarvestn frence.
TO Help Harvest T Experts of the United tate,
Britain and France will stt ca.
BERLIN, Aug, 2 (UP) Theversations in London tomSorrow
ommunists caed on East Ber- preparation of a reply to the But;
liners tod o help with the So-I san suggestion contained in its
lvet sone e saying it Was July 24 ote.
endangered unless It could be
handled qu'tkly. i According to the Frec mr.
The appeal by the East Berlin es, although the West -
city adom atraUo. followed re- slastic about a parley with
rts of a sirens food shortage Kremlin at this time, thbersi
-- _.______ .- is more UkeL-tobeeoSB&^EIt
The otidal Communist organ request fa bore precliufathe
Neui-s: DTWn*0*Mnd said east Soviet Ides than an o MO .,M
zone farm sM were in urgent' -il
need of help from East Berliners,, e Frech Foreign
and called for the formation ofiday designated its U
voluw try "harvest brigade jselr in Ledeon, M.
rom all workshops and facto- .anel, o'ws .treset
lie, pert alks.
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er of the .board of direflm ol
the Panama Canal C0pny,
wax amodg the pamep ',ar.
driving on the Panamua Ili. An.
con -from ,New York. .' .
He is accompanied Iy M
Petesep and thelrtwo eidren
Miss Elizabeth Ann and w r
Jr. They plan to s.pend0it
three weeks on te I S.,
part of which thnime will Wmt
Peterseh s a lawyer bus i
nessman n Philadelp and
was appointed a dieto te
Canal last December. -
hi4 second trip to the u
sine his appointment. .e
Mrs. IPeteriten were h.bie Sr a
Visit last March. '. -
He Is president of the Fidelity
Trust Co. in Philad

of World War I!, In SIT.
Ice as assistant Secretay of
War (the Army), and a mm-
ber of various orn Ant a-I
tonal and internal anal mis-
aions.


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a to rase the- ltlnal atl hhpe ea

peu i perf to borrow relei -
_ond 'the legl ,limit of 427.- Mbudes. W-;1W w. to, iini
. 60,000o is one 'of the upaei- 8atu.daY a drpmn to
t questions bedoggin ad- prse asoth
Sm ,.00ent 0 of the 1* im of Pl. f .
A OP leader whoq asked not
to be Identfied, sid he'under,- nAU-
stood_ the adminIstr0t on TO I

inste-adof Sa, it sreqt boost ,

The debt limit, however, was _.ao__.. i ''r ,,

last saturday. Some o. a. m rs Wil H e
er still hope to quit by thiismokers W I. Ka
Saturday, but others are .talking To Do W out-
ai t AAu. 10 to 14. D Wl U
Senate republicann leader WIN- -
1am F. Knowlan, d F,. i TBLAN, It., Au. 2 (,M)
eanwhil that thea in
would remain in CteRubleanA ha "o -
ontrol-after the Noveube p go somewhere to
Uom and said the GOP B thira.moL
ority" in the House. 's dpuli., the
a-e based the foret mtthe,'public for the
three factors: Congress. t. t 0 "t
have "a good batting tecmd" o 0n ,e ers were protesting a
President Esenhwower's w't- ntax levi by
tfie program; economic thdl te un. hch of-
tit0s are good: and Mr. t Tehoped, ee swleswh
shower sti as popular as e by would ce ecunc
was In 1952. to voke the ta,*


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