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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00793
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00793
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bds"Crime Is a hrowyour life away it isn't dee I I ahead oatyaweS
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oU. s blckeees nw Dov i. be d oo n To p paJuly 4th week end appeared um e
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ori t etof cpItal puiashmenst th outcome of two appeals. a Tr w e out toa
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ULdN A wnbs T_ GThden Hoboo e se steadfastly claimedi Io eee
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edhe etered Dea th a Mrs be r rquer t appeal. then bounced part o 100 l
l T utTyr sad^ie- dI.,rest ti PIn feer t and the other tfeet. The
TrAs6a n ,o nda twpI Beat-a o
Pose w ha eo g 'l ow8b desalst ni hrtar .The o f a xert i s wn Were a t- w
settle ise th e of Teh-- o tered between them andt
liv llt MUrs D arA he w gt more ap died while en route to hoe
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It ers published In the eide redvedl.
irft kMp the letters limit e tow pe 0 lnth,
@lF leor, wri tes is held i. n t aI- I Mae.
i.essmes as neaspen M ilb let for slmuae as elsies
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ecar at something like 800 a shot. Talked to the
4eud it's not worth the price.
}j everybody has a new car and they say they are
Sth. "Two new agencies opened up last week and
l b in is rushing,
boom is letting up and we notice a lot of For
Ldli btuye rs This year is going to be the biggest
,Thecord. ind the death toll unsurpassed. It's snow-
and don't look good.
twIMM see in the papers Dicky Arias is making good as
Of Pnama. Too bad his time is so short.
Whitsett whites me from Las Cruces, New Mexico,
school is out and if she was in Panama would be oftf
te. She would get fooled If she thought of a cheap trip.
Ye changed.
oesa new watermelon from the Valley the size of a
doupe rind 1/8 incl thick, and very tasty. Enough
re. -- Pop Wright

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Ktlake advance
.s 8 Dinner countse
t sake 10 oFddling
Se11Europeans I
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vester 13 Worm
it trror 21 Hops' kilns
(Fr ) 24 Petty quarrel
i s,pint25 Roman
6 False aod
7 Golf teachers
Maers 8 Nestril
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Romance. Thrills. .

29 Baked clay 41 Goadi
30 Winter vehicle 43 On the ocean
*a Animal 48 Tear
35 Geraint's wife 44 Companion
in Arthurian 46 Feminine
legend appellation
38 Citrus truits 47 Important
38 Pufs up metal
89 Portuguese 48 Wrltipg table
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Excitement. .

Spectacle... in
;Relase TODAY at the "LUX" Theatre.

"THE LONG GRAY LINE" a great picture in
CheemaScope and Technicolor, about a great place
;.Dd a great y, release today at the "LUX" Thea-
i starring Tyrone Power and Mvureen O'Hara, it's
F tse story of the man who taught 10,000 West Point
adets h.1A.. and how to fight and'how to love
.while Ift 'went with them to battlefield oand
foeetb9i field, the guardhouse and the WMtt
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Iout that they sit .stride ourc were ii pe Pacric rsut ease But State did ask that the Germans wll get everytbhit now a on
uper or uranium, our-nickel our earlier this ar. wIV gapt be agiv generous treatment, as temporary certioiuon. in -
communcio,. our sPing and a State-CA/ deal. eut r In the best interests of he United eludes three rets --lambus I
communicaon. ou t on how the negotiation were States, to-Scandinavia, Dusseldort,
n itstl apear s t w eowin cnducted sheds a slightly er- The German had initially an. Bonn. adid Frankfurt-Stuttgart-
And it aoth e appears at we tlightn wht has become a plied lor practically every routeMunich-Vienda and beyond.Ael
confirmav tion a t dsy exposesI celebrated case in Weshingtuand t wa wi th the power of CABJ What realy burned, the Agiexi-
confirs hmationpe the country has that commercial viation I to a Gurney refused to give can carriers w thatthey '
Let's hope the country has CAR Member Chan oe, a all the rights. On June 8 t. not given a chance to protest and .
much time to spare. former chairman, wa t chief looked as though the negotitiimns rge reconsideration after CAB D.
f nogotliaor of the Ger agree 'wM break down. Ihad reached its deciaoM. But .
ment. Hereported to s board T 'State Department team the's small chance to change I

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sua Commue s uf.y- I tr E lri
In his quiet, dluel 4 voice
which 1ssarovbn adwi toing
millaor omals onenrs, Burdent
swore thi t Ao reo had p eat eltt
* tookrn, a mher of the Comn-d
mni t Party, according to this
ireW uony. t t r a. si e .a ost ad DemonS ra ge,
t was this sto ry I had waited ed o
nfor i n years.w Burnett. testa. vagfla ". aal n a
luied that net enorn who had as moded
sagges .sves a "l au-y wors'er g a h'-t .-.'.
&aartoy toe name oft ortnrs VL7' l OF he .tofro. led th o d a eu il. fl
ini te a ember vous Ia a e A\ M te some Iks a g -
mure on to a ran eavo an pa t e o under a baseball cap
ttony woo -"'

ion Square e with Mi s Go I est, e e ed' t a ".,
for -- ,,or it r. years. uraeu;. .il ,T I i. .va lo.. Hn onBf'f

A was Comrai North woo sentu K Z fl I^ dWifM]' / S^^ M Btfbby'i hey hod seninay.-t I 4 a

an Of we apu rtag whi reah- 1 I ane a teueiell m At o od out of place e
ead6to am lpt w r u Ce. I li t technical dkamond-d. he bs same
ed into washuo a hi t Base- .way.
sums. on a uentlyliN refused to H.
beventeen ears ua o tell, rangy, tae the drug companies before Another old-tim er, Al abama'
mustac i riatl u i orn was a-I 4 p.m. Bob Jones, demonstrali athe,
ecuuve s* stry oz te eow YarI too was better at a~s
Inewspap eU11ns. weventeen years fils ma .M Nbbby furious. nation than biting s fl
ago, live iurta ommiumst writers le at Na. led the team in s rike .et .di
aUOL I in a uirtment as Lda M ver- In B the Jersey's short, plump he
Wsle L sve, al g N ew X aa twel, it i the d onizio is a g ood
ianuncaeu e14 agaOt s iaalnoi l, T T p hett een bc ut. Ol ed an un a to r l.
ana we eoo Wamdn wep. Iompt to -r ..-..
ve slUga in every spare hour. W Me anwhil, e.such a thleticN fl l
Careers, coaks, mairas prices, Shllle refud, me In as 0gais m es, He il-an
was June w to maue time ur AW i"- -l 9e6bby's press. ley Of Pennsylvian, -.. 3. "Two
.a Vo Le aU Ianar Ly reentat vens ha M left tai of North Carolina Stwat
vq naa to I9 ,,at rnniorn &m eHT xrR. Hobby's pass- Udall of Arizona, and Ed.Edmi d-
:Ont eweAeWj evennlg at teSr-a 't l sMlal neit n on of Oklahoma were left warm-
rpaneo eve niu a ewt 1e r- Prio pssoed the buck to r. inag the bea h. They lacked
r Oe U IL n l e en d o enoe o I r r eally ball us up ester seniority
a =omme il.ttn s e It d e lost 'our press ad t le-
oiare tue war it i ou * oorea a, -y eo ls re because Even New Jersey's gu m-hewinlg
aomber plateIn a ea wooa, ia0to. -of C ee e." Alfred Slemilask, one of the. heroa
clae western a nateils ci eso ule Yetdespite her goading of of last year's game, stayed on the
boMoers WmasS, mu* cCLUB.Sv 1 Bes teeat r b r ohee to speed up the licensing. beneo to naske way for hoeregs.
aIonuo was ueng 1 utsd. oI x W e C annot St anA one Mrs. H obby in a s ati onwide V men with more seniority.
uowiands were s oag swePu. e Proegram passed the buck to Dr.
asusza was an amaucee Wsae T Se c hehele. w TWO-TON TUMULTT
aWsiaas teiA anE M@e proOvieL yel BRUCE lI AT
crowd .reaWs, uenuo -v our by BRUCE BI SAT SELDOM CONSULTED One freshman, James "Two
sic to We anu-tlau i lani. T u, a- -. 'v""Ton" tumuity of New. Jersey,
p leeQ e w04Lt o 6 r _ Prior to this time Dr. Scheele fin allytook the bull by the hoqs-
we eas Mtat 1 iioris"d hIs i natu n& I prouder of Its Independence than lands that we have g6ne to the extreme of ask- was selom eonsled by Mrs. or, in this cose, the bat-and step.
pruoovauo, cluwd rwa Pn Ail." the United States. Yet even we have had to lna our enemies of Wotld War I, Japn and Ger. Hobby ot a that went ed up to the plt without both
was tae uellinag. ( oon we arove leorn thAt independence his cangling mean- manw, to,rearm on our side. on in her department, even though ,iD to. onsult Coach Her nThe
LtaersiS Aos, WsaS.s wSwali em nea n. e legal and material ties that have been it does deal with the health of the team hadt been u0n e t a
nernm u apiear oo5-spen5- io hW aM O en the Feunding Fathers signed the Deals- fashioned in pursuit of this greup sttength re United States and even though he Uniforn that wolw ft- h M.
iian new,,ue. fI U at 1 0LiULe r tldn op July 4, 1776, they had in mind the kind In many cues unique to Anerilon life Wa his. is head of the Public Health Serv. pounds. So he stood, a formidable
cost. freedom that spells true separateness. tory. Never before, or insace, have we taken ice. Without consulting her dire- figure, in his own suit pants ad
,ven as I write today, 17 years They wanted a buddnWg America free to make art in a military llianee like NATO In peace tor of public health she proposed a tight-stretched baseball sirt
later, one memory o e earlyll its ow decisions, without ny lnterfeence time. in 1954 wipin out federal grants held precariously in til frt by
ainu-nouiaL carUWnii t ie 1s uASL IuAS from outside. But we must not feel that these ties make a to medical schools for research on no btto.
unt o0 a serious owiArsulA. 90 adVu It's fair to say that is the kind of country they web which vitally constricts our freedom and in- cancer heart, mental health, etc.- t
am0st 01 ail SWusesasto 10 e Wit catreated. W Der.deddre Aeconomic help to defend e. Dr. Weele was opposed to this. Two Ton" surprised-thuM iby
niut am uay.. uUurs are sca.~se gt goingut one we were eon our fat we Stood Is quite true that a member of a team can Nevertheless, when informed that rapping the ball far into the out.
Sul$U111n10 UPo nfour feet we stood tl ef., tre Iuhe coud',lot 11,.30
U, Ca rg-L, to LOI up nuv 8 as a re continental empire, as nearly self- not make individual decisions with the averthis was Mrs. obby's polic he d, t
as t e contain e as any nation ever had been. abandon that a lone wolf does. We must ac- stood up before a congressional d in motion it O to
Sus were beaten physic Absrb In or own concern, we lived d comodamany of our nations to the needs and for her. Heeven called a beat out the throw.
nu. U "U W ^ a rew and rospored. We wanted no part In world Wishes of the whole team. met
as weai ng~ av, politV tical at and too n -But te more Impressive fact is that In today's of state health offilrs and begg Worst blow to the De
euWei .t cha or w stlow. to Ike Do
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orI was sluged. MAnt tia ~i -u e i o hep was re ,rthe alkt M a ts.
.years ago, e vest ae u of friendly ns prt of a friendly group is now th v4ceaine lensing was not the first orbert.Maebonald hid
Woir. oL at u 10S a4Mt1 Not even the most power 9 action ikeo ours n hope o pre r tie sha ha d him. 'ed some hu in ma 4
1u1us, a nu w sorts uecee u". ean hope to e"lt asU a lone p nt measure of liberty. We yield tih and mrr .movie a .te _L.
o, uh U1IVUbl atl avew I p .werful land we are In mr .a power to ae iany choleas alone. But we et' To appease the American Medei- a Brooks. But after his pltdhng
,um uaWaiso were ug to as ua on r f ends, fr we are the o oe hld the right to make ountlessdecisions hat al Assoiation she ed Dr. performance for the Democrat,
V At drew a j f'i- Sa D eVssAUAS potential enemy. affect our lives deeply. Charles Keer from ston asIalcDonas1is nowoCA
giowU aRn tuaiSbiaed wie er- We arethe nation which above Um p t _t be Thi may not be quite the perfect inde. s peial asslistant on medical a- t- l tiil only for marry n Ma
,aun ,usa, tame uwna, wal*u.a destroyed if any powerful rival IS commnM denoe the signers of the Delearation were _th pia s. Thouh ser o ends an irBro
uavne lumeanO e nS ox ear pro- the globe. ing of. But surely it is an independent e inel at in WIa hin i on, Mrs. I .
,e.noul careeIs In a Aor l. o pressing Is oqr need fo the .n strength would a b appy to enjoy and to have had a lat l by h paradedhb u toM IWUWAY COURTEST
ae wis rou a. out even tougher that comes from interlocking the n or m tf mlay ereati. Capiincluding wet into o
I was lAl atieai we u. C atoIa Hill before congressional wil a n l.,m
wau e someonega pes. Al. hearings. There she sit flaned A policeman In Wilmiagtg Del.,
uncle someone puL s -out by hats, assorted experts nd ian t have any i'dea whom W was

rnoeu ir n ue oi my *aniy. I Foiowing the demandl made by ATA-OThe Air Trasrt Aiio'But
odruts ma arms or us e rom tn Commre Dr. talking and won't unMr4ir aent
oan ..IUes, owaAsS.- W G erm an A ir Routl esi t several Sete hea this, but he went out of i Wa
Se=or o p a mlost ih&ta n ,c-. Scheele war so shunted out of thel recently to help a Supreme Court
ox a great news period we picture that he had to look for a ustice.ozed o

Uii Aeronuc Boar dein W. t naat In wit-bord'fl the audience, and ce
a, panrP.atu ,anut l- uital By Pe ter e Eson. ISeator H of Alabama ch Justice Hugo Black was driving
canS ,A u to rln i cart.we were man the health committee, had from Washin ton wto eS
uSney u -nol s aues an as lnaga- -md un lmto call ot: "Is Dr. Seele in Pa.,W to see hits dau gh
line au ralio neaLs. as "'u,- WASHINGTON (NEA) -' dar a. o s an.kept constantly came overt oa the eyt hideg room? olwho u heg t nlos t Wl
ue rnes ma civ ain b teiaouaen American flag international r-' adv O Lro made a no p pft ere al Dr. Scheele got up from the Justice lac is a n- -ae
.a on"u rcuua as s u,may sau lines re now blaming the U.S. Edwr ter, deputy chief treatment for the Germae--sIl bleachers and came up to the w. who s at home am
as was roveu Uf bourc auUess Dea rtment for what they call theof Transportation and Communica. without indicating wheh specify ness table. This is surgeon acies of almost any .i ot
wca a" an oUs auw u u U "giveway"n of Now York to-Latin- tions, wias chief netiator for the rou a Lufthansa should get. lof the United St a upon, but the tr c o.
meon U .re.eria air re to te reived Stte Departet. He hid a r the State boy left, CAB whom Mrs. Hobby now p aces t.oo mueh for him He asked a cow
dare. was a time meyears ago German government Lufthansa small sft of advisers, including went into another huddle and vaccine blame. how to get on the route to.
wnre a res ewatesl sou101 h eo airline. Thomas. Carter, civil air attache came up with a new tio This dephi. The policeman tried to
covet I ImA,, MUV.U ",SUa, eC- at the Amerlean embassy in Bonn. war acceptable to a Gmans. SENIQ3 Y IN BASEBALL exp .n, found it was complicated,
penies ,ur one oa mY sU'm.' e Following the demands made byS ATA-The Alr Transortt Asso-' But Relber gp ATA, lergnn of it fi.l 7 said:.
.5tuie a seat t som uniste maitst ithe Senate Commerce Subcommt elation of U.. commerial airlinesten or the rirst time, filed yi-. lSenlorit in C congress can be a
w an agency. Ley ulscoverea tee under Chairman Warren -was represented by Paul Reb-' lent objectIons, devastating thing. It can keep an "I'll just take you down to the
wass. aun a..5nai. to ant ~eMagnuson (D-Wash) the U.S. air. er. e sat int s an observer at! In defence of the CAB findings, un nalifled chairman in charge of right road sap! get you started.
le. line representatives wll get anoth-u all euls and pi.rted the Amer. Gurney sa.ys Lufthansa wid e an important committee for years He did.
u through this pih we r chance to protest against the i e.tarri sition ~'rn -all s-,authorined to make ly through merely because he was elected
tr, ed e-' i o ti e tommuWs Civi Aeronauticas Board decion a. e am not sit with 8e board flights, Germany to Boston, New ahead of his colleagues. It has for "He had no Idea who I was,
apparatus &flu W ,,er fU'ua In this case. It probably w 't dao w it maade It decision. York or PhiladelphIa and as to aitane ke the school bill and remarked Juste Black afterward.
b', qnfl wasunucon. we were any .t.. -.Lain-American point., or return the minimum wage bottled up for "There are an awful lot.of nc
ueno-,nces as stan.erers san On- C made a unanimous 4-0 ree- Aefote the .boal' took up .ths isthe -'lont wayh roins *or peo.. in h world who'_W to
emies ox cvii hoerues-.WoL S a ommendation to give Lufthansa Germa. applicatl.o for air rout. anyone going from lermany to But when It's applied to baseball, help their ow men.
us us iau re'oros ox many a "Ii- Caribbean and South American celflcaon, however, the Amerl- Lafin-America.
sone ior every race smu creeti routes as well as a solar route to can airline representatives were Present indications are that the .lL

more toey are tne ,ame, say *_e Japan. Member Joseph P. Adamsd should given ',,d which later on. Thetlst of U.S. routes -- -
French. Lest la verne, even to- protested that the State DipatI. shetld not guet._hea were denied the Germans has not bee ,
day. meant used undue interference l star ,ha-. e -._ ere. mada p,,loe.
'nere are few of theo id crowd the board, but in the end ba voted D WM." Inarktu mfor this, the ULL Trns .
stn an the field. but we continue with the majority. Chair.ia loss i. w _s _'rehmta. World Alarine will be given Ge.-
to point to the Communists in iSra- Rizley thinks the board won't tifl flf.gie man auto to fly ?rsnkfurt to

world, as did Irvin Velson, srien ,fo aniatart ofter tehs oe. as route ws the CAB spon tGeman-AlerL -.World. Airways


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,.-..r..predicted ura' to Increase home cnmp.
.-,,.* syri- during the put 10 year. while A' promptly ne gooeeted. the ad v l"e.r cn a
n0 i.o r'dh.e C a f.ts exports, wi

s a y flled oe orp o t e hi inr crase' 400 P ep nt mc triax od not be h he n io
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t" mler edorkhe cro to 3gth B 10a 7 E a nasts hre aso ure- | ANu.d Th; ad
e g lmto from ctaoe h bthaides on eor beans in the f n oreia n ma a
va -t-lt Sther, seek. heir fo re.

WNot l a t WS cha sewbeat anrpad In 155. o w
.Now in n Amerc l e 16 Puas 3 t Pss ever, the wheat harvest is now x-
S ged i e s Pas 4N.T. Pass peted to be lower than last year's ed
SV'Wee,6 Pass 6 Pass to frost in anuary and March.
| beatiftl6 l g, China, where Opening led-- K MORE CORN ,
bit hemb.uuP.n ly were straight
ti.e o oAs a result, the economy minis-
easily was not onnli y try has asked whelW t producers and
wealtRy, it was one of the very How would you play today's distributors to meet soon to deter- I
few directly descended from Gen- hand at a contract of cix dia- mine how much of the cereal will
at an. And while millions ohf tmohds? You are naturally inter- have to be imls ted to meet l AM A
les poor lwed seven or eight tested in finding the safest reason- domestic needs.
t a room argret (then Yang able line of play, Although figure .for corn pro.
lheso) d a priv tate ourtya You win the first trick with the duetion are still complete, the
4 ervants, ace of clubs and rutf a club with yeild is expected to be slightly l -r
,*,-e ,lvion.1 this. rf ,: Ry 1ou ae Phnr t bePuse ofe toh wha harvest Is airon e
t- B F ather Yang was a tyrant, dummy's three of diamonds When larger than last year's unusually
e r oler this ruff gets by safrely,you are good harvest because of a 30 per
s, reprded only daugh practically home provided that cent increase in acreage in Nyarit 0
Nmetorely as a marriage pawn. you take reasonable precautions, and other west coast states.t a sc .a. .
Ba at 1? determined to break the 'The next step s to cash the Good harvests were aso ex-MA I
-Adaeo oaf spade to prevent anybody pcte, ats barley, citrus s
fleeing to d is tnt Shangh ai, from dis arding spadq on the fruits and sugar.
with no funds and a sinle dress, e i e anextn few tricks and then ruffing n
she changed her namso e to Iang he t he fe was i to be, a spade later on. You return to Mexican farmers are expected
Yen.' Lying about her age, she set ov..gle has'ert at oa n uda, bt ,her to b ie s -u. B your hand with the ace of hearts to take advantage of a poor year '
out to find a job, ---- -- d taea and ruff another club with for U. S. cantaloupe producers by

an Duri ok e ng th e next two years, e t he dummy's ace of trumpsl shippi n their fruit north. e
obs she found were many an Lig said "y e s" mmedate ly Finally, yearand one Th cannot, of course, be oer-
sred eretary, tea ich, hotel and was told to leave for K a after she'd left, iang got backHence East cannot pre The Mexian Union of Cotton
herk, factory w rers treant d m ar off In China's interior.I t Kunming, now filled with A- e e ted it ou ome aco r e ld pror- *g A d

qu0.0vent me w r t ort w oe a t c e r a y f. ""'' le B-edM f d l p
esompanol ti and. ecetric in There se was told her miss ion: Ilerican. Soo she was b -ack at end wt hreth ts os hIr a 20 are o.d o c
SOne t as even a try to oe a a language tutor while awork teaching the busy foreign- leading your last clube to rue awid th o 2,00ul e inMAs iM aama i s m
Se vouturning up Japanese spies. ers the complex Chinese language. dummy's nine of diamowls. Nowh arrvest was v alued a t lmore thr
at vtroved ( oswhen sa e a. Months of determined seuth- Soon, too, she was back in tr- E o f ais w a a mr rONGLCRA
how her ees). ing, however, failed to yield any ble. The association with foreign-thesten ofdiamondsif bultdhat is ooal0,
Every inch of te way, Mar e n on local suspicion ers revived suspicion that iang ethoe c oo r uthe l e
Set st her goa h ar tht a as a Jp s was a spy. oy trk t the deders The official iu re for cotton p
wou earn her way to Aerica, herself, she uit. Soon she was The suspicion f inolly lted, how- cn geet. o duction In 1954 was 1,000 b ales.
banknged o ae -th trip dh rea d h u n ents vro u mus t take the fru i
where' women were treaty as chief assistant to the head of an ever, when U.S. intelligence offi4 o s Dt f ihf dpnml the uf
quals anc d become a lawyer. But export-import firm. cers asked her to teach for the Yu w ld rm e a cropper i The cotton growers were wor
Ss thing wnt ng t next couple of years, OSS From then till the end o e you rued with the nine of dia-r ted about p ible "haos" in
A rng a faln, t ife w grim but reward ingwar, as laughing Buddha" or mends early, instead of wi the their industry be e of
terse l tr ared. re yu er ae narrow brushed wi little W ," sheonce more be- ce o diamonds. East w ou ld over- "ing world urp luse of the fibe.
ng to travel?" It asked. "Ae ote enemy bombs. There were dan- gant to prosper p
willing, serve your country?" a gerous trips by truck on the rut- would leave you with a losi g club They said they would have a PANAMA me, oL,
nirsavings account for the trip to A- was rosy, The job with s at hand no trump for it. last year after all sales were com-e do O tU 8 '
c ess. newe Bure Roaad Bt the -When peaee came as a-lag ugstill Itn your hand, while dummy caeinrryover of 150,000 basles fromu t rufAf Puit 2ls, bales b n J .
at .- l m tmericao was growing as never be-n gradually ended, cbut salted aw y There are several other ways of pleted. Domestic consumption and
Mo nths ordetrinr ed 'slether Soon, to, shero as bakoin tron I *7 2r
i t nf re in investments were thousands o playing this hand successfully athn
U.S. dollhe rs-haemore than enough tCoh diamonds, but the most normal
sl When the business finally o t method is to ruff out the osin
ga -d wi'adrs elubsn the dummy. When sWfo
S e e h as the aps sealed the B u r m a But fate as to deal one me lowin t norml method, how-
Woaach rconnn tRoad, Oeeough cash had beea blow. Before she couldalon meaulm. ew- "- .
rld ee banked to make the tri, anrealit derway mae business invest entsever, you must take the precau-
i tTherewas, however, a stit or flopped. Wi th them wen t every-o rhffing of t mof the clubs
a.s s ttistngle. The money was anke dolar. with the
iC l e Kong, hundreds o miles ABy this time, of course, being gapint an early oserrurf.
geroustrip by truc oeanewipe d out completely wast le yo wt a l
NntionalEtsdeation Ayu n. tc on y away and now held by the Japn. pedcu cmete was no st- in ...... -t
edl d annl convention The trip meant hardship a ji dwg new. With typical persev r-
.so ols n the raedanger, lnt a 'na with hard- ao, Liang started teaching.. a. .
o was gdowingon ov btif--aic sg radulldndddb t hered. Dm t, cshe o fhe; sonlt 00 cc
pi eemss. routine. Ins_ ot~oU* 'eiw dand m( ae ft.
th session, demoted to sionU sshe 'lar me to resp et, At this point in a fairy t a t e,
Se e, t riea's Main Pew Liang decided to chance it. the next turn would be obvius,
S e l anwer," will be The first leg of the trip was a and so it should be n this tale.
g siday reinouh crowded With the heroine down on her
proment national poltial fig- largely through bandit country lu, long came tal Prince
ures: Then came a stretch of 150 miles Charming, in the person of Wal-
Ad.a 1. Stevenson, Democraticw hic to be covered on foot. ter Briggs, and American reporter,
Party leader, wilt' address the Finally, a secret fishing boat voy- When Walter quickly proposed,
second General Assembly of the age into Hong Kong itself. Liang's fear of a mixed marriage
teachers convPention tomorrow Often moving on nerve alone, almost brought a refusal. 'B1ut
ght. Harold E. Stssen, special Liang finally made it, only to when love proved tronge r a than
assistant to the President, wc ll learn at t he end that th e pot of fear, she finally joined him
speak Friday night. gold had vanished. The Japs had Hong Kong and became. M a r-
Educators sending the conven-1 frozen bank deposits. garet Briggs.
and discussion sessions on such venge. In the guise ao an ignorant big dream at last came true ,
topics as school finance, status country woman, she obtained a when Biggs brought her to Ame
and security of teachers, profes- permit to leave Hog Kong. Out ica.
onal standards, what the public witting the Japs at every turn ,o b o oi
expects of schIse and the implli she managed to smuggle with s aso i e
cation for education of scientific her (1) the son of a friend (2) t romn
The NA is n national proe military rdios. .ag ae al
a enal organization of ea The a ch ekam, In the French 011pses KChllinig iI l te p o niche4
with a Stembership Of more than colony, she barely escaped cap- loot. tO B
S00,000. Of the 15,000 teachers, ture i when a tip iane froea of a -
schol officials and other ITrest- friend that a Jap agent was look-0nur
ed persons due to attend, 5,t500 ing for her. nreaon almost bro gh 3 ee w.. *u '
were ct i] dele teast of s t a t e But then camahet worst blow h l
and local affiliates. of all. She became suddenly Of CHEROKEE N. C. July 4 (UP) DA ,
with a tumor anhd anemia. -h A hanj ng xoot baige, loaaeu M.t enem Aufoobl wurde 90 er bsoute
J wlhPO ld asEtiE s of Iden e t W s- b Soug ht renei shee a lasre hun ae, more eudyan phoute sta e
a speeding charge against Donald s en on the verge of ac o b1 a p s e Aneroaee adian t eservatone- 14 0" w m
missed because olicerso the evies- whereia Br itishe Hdoc said. heto neepersongw asmkAieomoiiu m Benninmozurdisser"Zei
dence. the police car with the would operate. Th vere rir D
speedometer used to clock Peters operation, then another. A coma, 1u geeL nelow. Benzinwwgen von Adorn Opel in Rtsselsheim ober rugen sdhon domals 'de.
was traded in before the case came then another. Then a long conval- T) e brige, a 150-oot lbng wood-
up in court. escenceoren suspenson span, snappeo whrenden Beinomen .der Zuveridssge. Ihen verdanki der Verbrennungumatar eoSpn 'n
Thw ecoonazote river. unly a erheblidien Anteil on seinem Siegeslauf. In diesen Kinderiobren des Autoinobilt -"
"Iridge and crhto haaeofP, besofien die OPE Motoren abrigens schon einen fast qudrotescpen Hcbrpum, gin K
ane Merfmot, dos ouch die 1,5 Liter-OPEL-Motoren aufwiesen, die var 18 Jahren mit "

eidrem versprleosmdndernden kurzen H5ub mine SensOtion hervorrefen. Heufe is? dieer"

Ow We Injured, many of them B
cala-fa, rom drowning. The res- keit und Wsuddenlyill suChE N

/aon. An ackuional 14 were treat- .,,.n.ri: ,..,, r.,.,..... ,... A -

pq. y M 11 'amous ana
Ita and release, and at tLe small .a ..'
*Cherokee nuinan Reservation hos. Sal Hepa i. 'O P EL '
pital 3a others were trU'eated lor Take just % teaspoon of spar-
.VUts and bruises. *kig nai a Hptc naga
'Te bridge, which was ab o t rling, antadr SalHpcs in agla0 L Y P I
four-feet wine and stretched irom orwaer and feel how fast it relieves' 0 VP1
mu to la feet aoovq Lue r v e r, excess stomach acidity.
panned from U. bi. Highway 44" 'iomildlaxation whichmay also
to a group of reservauon souve- Wmi lain chin ls
lir shops. Eye-witnesses satu vs. accompany its alkaline action helps
ieors were going bots ways on clear uptheconstipation which ofiUtn
the ..bricge wen it collapsea, goes with sour stomach.
Otflcials at me reservation said So be wise-gt theeconomy-si 5990.aW
the b ,I. so be!n-tte cnm-
the bge was 4uiLt dz years a DM 5 0 I td 1
to nerve an adjoining residential l Sty
section. Howeverr, they said most it on lead for stanmach upset., AM MA
of the inured were visitors gomi gA A M LAG 0 S H iM
g Lie. prdu. tion, in Cinua-ne to and from the reservation. A m M
Ain eyewiftness to th accident
m nd Techa icolor, opens ele today at the Ja Davi s of Cerokee, said the Take spurkMng
T1 ft..stan Twom eN Pw ad MVmen bridge broke where it was an.-
choredI on the reservatios s ide, .

"t i NwPoiint.ud iPrincip.li 60 e eover te rate. m it I-Ad'
*Usl Mtome 40 w J ncEdA. sawd be bad A one foot the b e -
A s 4 a- p . .b t cl le d n.h ant bce foot on Me bridgp runway ru wt""a,,,P..Mn S. Ma -
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Tire Record Shop: Singers strive, But one said he was sorry, he i
for lie big money, for fame and couldn't find the time to play'
glort-ana they never realize the "Freddy." Barry. burst into tears.
msrolem that come along. It's -
a~ L ad to Bill Hayes since, Dick's P ecks: A Latin-flavored
S"5ay Crockett." In the last three song, "Sweet and Gentle," is out
'monu, e hasn't been able to in two good records By Lew,
pend more than three consecutive Douglas Wing) and XImler Cugat
ds at home. and Mary Griffin (Columbia). Oth.
lie's thp% King of the Wild Per- er good ones: "It's Love" (Lenas
arance Tour. IHome, RCA); "Pete Kelly's;
S Blues" (Ray Anthony. Capitol);
so; 's result of a sales sur-.- *Every Day" (County Basle, Clef);
eyu, y noted by Trav-Ler Radio (Tony Travis, RCA): "Sweet Ba-
Ce#p,-..ee-agers buy more hi- lumbia); "A Face In the Crowd
sets ian adults. The fi may be (Tony Travis RCA); "Swtet Ba-'
hi, but eq age Is Ina. by' (Ronnie Grey. CapitoD; "I've'
S'.... Got So Many Million Years"
The i m t inexact science, south ,(Jr ,nnie Ray, Columbia).
of psychiatry, is picking songs. Good, new jazz albums--Charlie:
Take ar top vocalist and scratch Br.use, s g re a t e s t numbers on
the atttg ce and you'lll find a nerv- "Redskin Romp" (RCA); Buck
oas Wreak. He is shown dozens Clayton "Jams Benny Goodman"'
; of soqp ech day; for every one (Columbia): Johnny Hodges "Jazz:
he erecoiha, he listens to 50. De-'Bsh" (Norgron); Bob Zurke, the
ciding fA- one to put on wax "Tom Cat on the Keys" (RCA);'
s the le. "Chu" Berry and his Stompy
Sa Monroe has his own se- Stevedores (Epic); more from Bud
crpt 6h"od of picking songs. Or. Powell (Norgrani.
more esely, two secret meth-' Classical pianists at work-Rob.
ods Candy and Christy. These ert Casadesus plays a collection of'
are the Monroe daughters, 13 and1 DeBussy Piano Music (Columbia);
10 respectively, and they're two Moura Lumpany plays Rachmani.
pretty expert sung-picker-outers. noff's Concerto No. 2 (HMV);
"I 4on't know a good song any- Geza Anda plays four short pieces
m; -e myself," Vaughn says. As an by Liszt (Angel): Magda Toglia.
example of his wrong-guesswork ferrq plays Villa-Lobos'. "Momo-
U- eo ae record session he was d.' prec6ce" and "Bachianas Brasi-
n" two numbers. He spent two leiras No. 8" (Angel).
hor with the one he thought'
hot, and kissed the other one ofl Jack Sterling ("Make Up Your
1 i-mlnute kiss-off was "They Were enough rope and he'll claim he's
X Doing the Mambo," his biggest hit tied up at the office.
In years. The other never caused ---
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S'e, ne says.. "I think all kids
' have a knack for picking hits.
What I do is this. I take homt all
the demonstration records of new
P pongs I've gotten. I pile them'
on the record player and call the'
Girls. I don't say a word.
"But I watch. U there's no re.
S action, the song Is out. They just
know what they like. They're not'
worried about who the publisher,
b; and how much money he can
S ppad on promotion, or who else is
p.- recording the song, or whether it's
Sa bi movie or not. All they
ow Is wat they likeM."
Nowadays Vaughn has taken
N is biceps baritone into another
field-TV commercials. He does a
lot of them for RCA, his record
company. In fact, he's just signed
*new contract to keep singing the
SCA praises until next March.
This is a branch of show business
that is new, but pleasant, to him.
A "I like doing commercials," he
says, "andi- like the money they
pay, too."
Recording stars are al wa yv
thinking up new ways to get disc
j oedwys to play thtir records. At
the worst, there is the infamous
F' "payola"-actual bribes-and at
the best there are some cute
: tunts.
Ope of the cutest is now being
S aId by a youthful new gal singer
S *MGM ,Connie Francis. Her
. record of "Freddy" Is what
" want the jockeys to spini so,
Ssh tas stinyear-old Barry Gordon
4 4 of the "Star Time Kids")
a. 1agS A record around. And
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'the bat as other Little Leaguers
'at Fort Carson, Cola, give their
undivided attention The World
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with the Yankees next spring.

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buffet of July boiays.
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There will be no duplicate
bridge games played tonight at
the Margarita Service Center' due
tell. to Inadmiendce Day tetivtees.
ar tfi Brid Will be. played as usual
S i at thee Tvoli Guest House, Ancon.
Santa I

Mr:.94t be Obl.1 to lW 91| rFQh maS
acCo l-3 i.ai, Ranot w, K, $ l
Mddle w r hrote time in as W ...
*t P. Ih Ma for d so es cita'ls' y 4tme Na t A| IW
.< . -~~te l Sschor of the Dance u ill
open on Wednesday night at the UTICA, N. Y. (UP) 'nhe
Sq National 'beater. H Bell 1l schoolhouse, a few miles
StCh s hool Jo. d reted by DonS north .f here, is one, of the few
T-of Venr o eIa a e. Re.no. schools in the -sta where, it Is
and -Cardona are poB to stady at t hand the
On the prograin are Tchaikov- contrasts betWeen oa and new
mtertnaniomorrow at the Pa- sky's "Swan Lake," "Symphinic educatletl facilitle.
man wub ith w a formal re. Variations," and "El Puerto." Bell Hill has a student body of
dirt" h ti I.he_. Inde p0 nO- Music will be furnished by the two, ond a. faculty of one-so
dike"W6,13F, Coun y-. National Symphony Orchestra there's no difficulty i establishing
The,- rn gois I-rom 7 to 9 p. with Mr. Herbert de Castro as a personal relationship between
S..- ...*... conductor. teacher and pulpl. And, of course,
Tickets will be on sale today at another big problem of modern
the box office f the. National educators--lack of classroom
Theater. Reservations aan be space-never arises there.
Th of orel"n eta-' made by call' the bix of file at But the old schoolhouse does auf.
tios l Mrs Sana. Panama, 2-21 r the School of for som handicaps unknown to
0 1.. .bal* thils the Iance at i177. urban institutions. For instance,
\, Coldtobia. .- candles are used on dark days
M. w r?' i S wo ar M eYllr A 'To. eile s prince the school has no electricity,
'b o, , enter-'Tra eleoguTaiTifght. and a potbelly stove provides the
tao a e sb their.'stop i PA- Through the courtesy ofthe Bal-heot. When country roads are
Am"X ~~outs to Pa- b6a Y CA -An American World blocked by saow, not infrequently,
nam I. e. Airways Awontinue the, series of students and- teacher use snow-
Sbe World Travels" shoes to reach. the schoolhouse.
'Sk at Io'clock.
City and Upe .C o
....or"Lfe of the Miami a
'r. w.., f Pa- will sh. wn t L. tehibe'hg take B
n t~eA --Hiidet :. uoUs cordfally ldy to ti ato v
IlL to. Mexico .. _- t -
-a-" .. U"J" .Am1 histoirspots in the state? Re- .
ic.' Ni u dent, to Albany to viuit the Capt.
w i---- -. Aa.m.I| I tol. On another trip they visited
.- .Collins of the. mr r u ipUl the Saratoga batlefield. And how
r ..' oS o her many students learn how to make
hi f i a I e uar I tdo eNr w candles for their cwn use, or can
hm ,,wes in Ecuador. LINCOLN. Nob. --(UP'- Weeds o out Into the fields for mint dry
Moet .iLeM .stt was spent inm Es. will cut income of Nebraska farm- it and learn to make mint te'?
Ue tia o ers this year about $.,S000o Since there are only 30 taxpay-
RevW iSn,,%ohnnY. accom- through lower production. accord ers in the district and the school's
p. 4a t0ip Iag to a noxious weed expert. annual budget is less than $4,06
TrrMrs. Mckee serves as principal
ChLdacT theexpsrta Dwight Lambert, and teacher for the minimum sal-
SGivehead of the state division of noxi.a cry allowed in the state--,700.
Ca_'arry P. Laey ous weeds, said there are about She supplements her come by
o Friday 450, acres of the hard-to-kill working week ends as a practical
-s who is .n existence of the odd m !se
s to mak e LaUbet said two farms idebyMate

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iad 1 GeneIral yearly is $30W from all types of JULY
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efficiency at a feoeant fire-fighting
demonstration for the benefit of the
Barlow. Ky., flr, opatmeat. the
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tacked it with fog nozzles. They
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the Barlow fire-*lhters failed to
see how the nozzles were used.
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heated the performance several,

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QueStiOn: .Why should we dy?
Answer: You save precious vacation days. Pan
American offers you unequaled frequency of service over
the mobt direct .routes! Ypn'll have more time to spend
having fun where you want to be-instead of spending
your "fun days"getting there. And a flight on Pan American
is like a vacation in itself. Trained, efficient personnel
anticipate your every need. And Pan American's fast.4
modern aircraft are sound proofed, air conditioned and
pressurized to give you the ultimate in Hlying comfort.:

Qust.don: Where does Pan American fly?
Answer; Pan American fies to 79 countries and
territories and completely around the world. That includes
the entire Caribbean, all of Central America, the North
and East Coasts of South America and five Gat way
Cities in the U.S.

Question: Does Pan American provide for the-

Answer: They certainly do! Among its many services
to passengers Pan American is a specialist at helping out

with the small fry. From tots to teeners -all receive
extra attention. Need a bottle heated? Has your six-year.
old ever seen a flight deck? Games, story books-these
are just a few of the many ways Pan American makes
travel with children a joy.

Question: We'd like to rent a car in the States-
will Pan American help us with the details?
Answer: They sure will. In fact Pan American's
exclusive "Skyway.Highway" Plan was set up just for
Canal Zone residents who want to travel through the U. S.
With the "Skyway.Highway" Plan you can have a new car
waiting for you when you arrive-anywhere in the States!

Question: A trip with Pan American
sounds pretty good. Where may we get full details about
our Pan American Vacation plans?
Answer: At the Pan American ticket offices: Panama
- Calle L No. 5 -Tel. 2-0670 or Col6n Edificio Salas -
Tel. 1097. They'll be glad to help you plan your entire
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*ao eekdd ALCOHOLICS AMONYMOUS Automobiles epar t s 2S. ti
E-SSIONAL FOR.7-ft. p. 0i- CRISTOBAL Til l.FOR. SALE:9- 1O .Chow.ti
406DI-Deluxe,-gdires, nowI, ,-.
egn. eiycl i o -1.$11u SEE THE iATIA EXHIITrr a pilnt 'ib, excelletcondiltou. at. UeO.Tr WI a p
metal bed uwit mnw matter s the JWU-USO, baleeN Rod. to- lrigo fhr only $700. Phone wr rfTe
r,.. a gDS $25. Call 2-2676, day-Nowl 7 210 Colaes, oak I b "on. ."
Os SiAn erf-ct sea..... I. LESSONS d .excellent condition. rice- O
S ae. A eve, in u 25. Phone Panemt 2-0083. APATMENTS. I hoe at Sant. T.
hmae. ~ Vu,. Ir t 44th Stri No.. 37, Spanish dn ce,. cenest, 1950 Choai ,C.i,,. 2.
Apt. "K." bhels, bIale, foll e f ol ee den em 1 gs tires, iOR R VTM-erg. 2-le wLM.PS- Oeesde Cewtg.
Girls-boys from i years, teen- ho E f c.odellent iendrien. funisle partmet, Tivell A"b SONC ol. .x 45, Belbe
FOR SALE:-Oek dining room egors. young ledieo. S.peon b .e oenllo condition. linse. Panama e T.15A15-betwe" Se EaPh te. 431877, CriSet
4NTIKIEMENT, LIFE set. 4 chain $55. Phone 4271, July 6. 30 p.m. iRetoer d aesin 2h0, oask for Pi$son. eand i m. bmlA-P47..

Sft RIDGE dition $160; eho ls m 1,13) Wee- MThmCle.PhoA-wo o i Fs w Trad, keep
BaDREargon' pEaOinted.P 41p D iis gOnrpiN
e r Lpprox . verticaDrivelin ThDienatlrs to t ay Oran Do&n
lu ondl Mary. r o poMM eny .-h uNe HUNNICUTT, S.A.; Phone go. n" '
194-U aturon. L tIs Elm.. end uwbmce.- ovmpe Alygr
So The Limit FOR SALE: 1952 CrleoUlet PneI .-01 On' ending M rers
j: M' lllo. Bl.undl '" Deluxe Soden, excellent condi-. O Ti- mo
nim fl PIIT SBURGH (UP( The tion. new paint jo. New tirme FORsI.NTi--Xoey moderna-
S'8 ,ANCSTUDIO sIO EUEU pcrn m n- t have kp On 9 S.& Utwo. bedrooms comr- WASHINGTON. July 4 (UP)
STcc popcorn machine that have kept o 995 pltely furnished. 45th EaSt St.. Chairman edward F. Howrey of
SMarl i ma coI e mielons of Americans contented at CUTT. S.A.. Phono 800, Colon. No. 22-13. the Federal T r d e Commission
Srtt rUe hes sare today the FTC plans to issue
ed by more spectacular gimm FOR SALE:--1 5 D e hr- FOR RNT- Comfortaobl, fur- more hati-merger complaints.
.- rin the campaign to. lure custom- do r Seden. elow mileage, t ood i"hAed .en'. rei-.A compornt
S ianaoveben rs into drive-in theaters, times new point ob. SeilO for Northl Amerki k neighbors. esy Howrey interviewed by Rep.
anh oagement fo rpls iorive n. itheers o n $ M 00 HU NNI and frequent transportation $50. Kelaneth h. Keaing (R-N.' on
By DREW PEARSON "Popcorn s getting buried by C .A. Phone 00. Colon. Cll -0471. a television program for release
f r nr nbig er things"l Kenneth Hamilton, FOR SALE-1950 Pockord So. to two New York state stations,
Sful -dress congressional probe Buffalo, N. Y., concessionaire, told anin excellent condition. $Tireod L E LI said he believes there is now- a
of gtheo odril owmeatperc meetung of tterPeny lvania pdlo2 f.prited. to seL ba wuY a IS L U l big merger movement underway.
S mismanagement of the nation's motion picture theater owners. Mut be eeon to be apprecioted.y
surplus farm products Is long over Only SMOOT or HUNNI-. ,a i' ve found out in what in-
adsuits'' .1-", due. However, it may come soon. Hamilton said drive-ins along the CUTT. S.A., Pone 800. ColonI. il dustries the merger movement
Re S tO n C p,.e '* For a secret report prepared for shores of Lae uErie have gone in I UPonie 0 Clon a angs the greatest," he said, and
DcIft-l S .o Ie P- the Hmouse Appropriations Com- for complteetaurants where FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker ththat information before us...
4 mee reveals how millions of the "you can et pizza, shrimp rolls Sedontte, good transportation, TTHACA. N.' Y. -(UP)-A Cor. weknow whatfto do next and we
2- 4 o LPAN1UAm HOTEL t rxpay. s w dollars have been wast- chicken-in-a-basket, hot dogs and tira t led, blri for iy $175. nell University study of commuters plan to issue a number of eom.
AN A HOTL edon how storage bins or surplus hamburers at with your pop. S T HUNNICU, .A., habits in 12 states indicates that plaints n a number of different
grain were bought at unneces- corn and candy.' Phone 800. Colon. while industries may be moving fields "
,sadly high prices in an effort to t of town they're not quitting
S spread the business" a r o u n d Even babysitters are provided to FOR SA -.1950 Cdill black t of town, they'eir particular are not quittas. He added "we already h v e

SeBms on- po w itl fprpiend wuth ov- theAter.oan p hoearu -do or S ean with0 s the ax- their particular areas. He added "we already h I v e
e to hs eamontg pol ral frendbs. watch over children while their The surveyors found that theory several merger cases under w s y
i o Ua e po s re ai relax in automobiles to trl hdrfm t iroIn G that industry is decentralizing which are now being litigated In
SHuston chief investigator forwatch the giant outdr screens ydraulic window lifts, direction- may be out of line with geographic the flour and mailing and

.,. e -ientlp ......e ..gan r icul e o* mt tee of.. th.e ". .ater.... a E ou moln with ge ogfapcin the ra l inco e d. o and
sSthe House c oiit itt e e. House The theaters have built play- eAlights i o C facts. While statistics show a trend the scrap metal field and one in
SDemocrats took no action on It. grounds with merry.gorounds Good p.int, d tire r in toward expansion in smaller in- the paper field, butt hey are bi
t however. They went along with swi scenic railways.ex.. d condition. Will trade dustral areas, it is at a slower cases and they are hard cases...
theroloT asten," w it d, f.T I hul cn rate of growth than edge-of-town The FTC head scoffed at any
the a thor e ate- Hamilton said one enterprising o development n majorcenters claim hiagency had eased in
wir m ini thth. o h eam towns erntear b Pr l theit igdb ihll wl aou a ne do the e Futuare employment opportuni- big business under the Eisenhow-
howet al-is ration. outdoor theater ,owner near Pat. peen a wouldl ko te gt-n toh cOeslopment in m ajorncenters. cai-m er agenchdr ,asdap.

M en, somewhat and thi rort may a hpon with rout and building ted outside ciy limits, but close to "I think our record will stand
S. inallre e tc e ted uin, afa swimming pol for' overheated SAL icSuper con- established majorIndustrial cen- up int any cr sm rom any
Meanwhile, this colun has ob. patrons vrtible, radio a e ters, aid Prof. Leonard P. Adams source,"e said.
HCWL .tined an copy of this revealing reh blow ut-pro ti re, el in good and Dean of' Agirculture Thomas

bi o~n yte a ontat for pismrelat.ingre- Dm4 a tid e tr e m -.thie n Eehowr. 5 s m ai. hHE BAR, ron h ted"'S
e d candisclose that Huston, he people must like t," Ham- cdii.quir et Nvede W. Mackesey. An add "we haven't

-amrep. Adf terec etween the dweoe p s ai.ro n are h ee pigt nu eo s weCalhor Cap
ie coman curemtedts theThkfaiored ts es a rn t the moref wite the Prof.Gleen H.l rE eyer, direct of0 Offhlf-coced. 'oA
& ellowAain rbu blled tempting sh Central Avu4e .c.aCp'a i ea 'housing research eo.uedp a ,ol O P L
-" "" msc he to tabe ui s a tog lr Ni.I ( 5. sas ha o the study covered. .on-imerging csnepaiees. am.ly
na supply te fan and motor as. During tloss first six monpayersths te ng off a 1952pngn patterns in Conne ut, cause t wouldhave b a
for t, lespasWhen't. shed aver-beforeinallhistory."' Windier Deluxe. radio, leather Delaware, Maryland, Massachu--lar thing 'tO do."
4 Matmboo culture auditor are tat "e. Senators .now have hold ot uphohltry. duty pei $1325. setts, Michigan, New Hampshire, .....
Sch se ies with 1 ue steel in current r e sNew Jersey, New York Ohio, Howerey also suggested an year. He

weather of an elec- stead of the 24rgauge contained in and resolutions. This- was 67 per declared "someone is confused as inclued nderthe111
ore this thin is endedmanyHusto remrble document aace Pennsylvania, Rhode Island andshoud be included under the 0
Sh willedMppil off.all think the AmHouserican people 60 measurld FOR SALE OR TRAD-teered Cogr19 Wes t Virginia.nti-merger law.
verse uta diverse uston also explains how the know about it and will ask either Ma T.D. convertible. good
or Wood Jaloes O ra torage bin droppedte Government.Operaiona or Ag- condition $900, G he m es -466.
Smysteriouly after 'he beglanl Irlcuim committee o f the Slenate Enormously -Fascinating Great Story
N liCam1-3 16or 3-4904 investigation, to conduct public hearings. FOR SALE:--1940 Ford Coue.
r t Given Without a a n c h h196, Very ood condition, $200. Call and Stars...
"-Obligation!This waq indicated," he says, The Belly oire, Inc. w Balboa 2-3550.
b la t d'by the act that or approximate. eal o "THE_ BAREFOOT CN
Dlstrlbuted b h Y ly the same bushel apaeip.t BA EF OTitnuat
ct d Ma dea S proc A urement- cost the Con e a e u"E TRAL Theatre
ctos de Mdera, S A. Credit Corporation r$20,250,000. The e m ocraiic n esrao n Release TODAY at the"
i Ave. ibetyeqp Kodak difference between the two pro- CP r
& Fifth Ave. Store) ,c~urements. therefore,,refleets-sub-
it stantial savings of approximately.G j ,o as el.15 0"ils
A company with connections in-- o
s podwi,'e thce Department of Agricui- h-':ev"e.:"
,h- A gisicr l tsture got special treat ment whoen it WASHINGTON, Jtuly 4 (UP) achievements and criticized Pres-
ir rafto bl on a contract for ventilating The Democratic controlled 84th ident Eisenhower's 1954 campaign
I machinerdby to he used in storage Congesa is running? far aheroaof, forecast that a Democratic: Con-
facilities, according to Hustonrs Its Republinauidlominated predec- gress would mean' 'a cod war
j adlno Aid report. After oil the bids were sub- esor in the sheer number of bills between the Capitol an ithe White*
mitted, the favored company w approved to date, official records Hquse.
(UP) Amer- called on thq telephone andb.l&ow, showed today. The President promptly chal-
Industry has suc- ed to change its offer "so as o e loaned aJohnson's atheent, re4.-
Ss nval aria. supply the fan and motor as- During its first six months, the ingoff aljng list of bIls he wants
weather punch in the seblies with 16-gauge steel in. current Senate passed 700 bIs C ss to pass tis year. He
o as stead of te&gauge contandin and resolutions. This- was 67 per declared "someone is confused as
taWt c oaticol- its offers en more then approved by the to where credit lies or blame"
SUOn a carrier bOP-controlled Senate in 1955. should be attached for actions of
o how adverse theied.Nil W'bdfaU The House passed 1 measures, the Vemocratic-steered Congress.
M hod aman r4 perr cent more than id Janca. Although the importance of leg-
Most damaging revmelationcin'theIry-June 1953. isolationn passed is a matter of
offa publication of tepecial deal whereby the Corn record of the 4th Congress personal judgment, the present
P! b," l pudbies sciation ,.r.odity Credit Corporwtion allowed became a political issue last week Congress is far ahead of the
a `t.ine of the moat ,dif-manufacturers of animal feeds to when Senate Democratic Leader 83rd Congress 542 hours and 55
-Meuvftermostperformed ufactdriedsmilkaforatheedand Lyndon B. Johnson Tex listed its minutes to pass 429 measures in
aviatorsvis the finalIbalf cents a pound. The CCC had the corresponding period of 195.
S of' modem rid sixtee an a hal cents r On.xThe Housenspent 2a hours oue
aircraft abqard a carpo und for the milk when acquired l 's Ar eO n J minutes In session througsh0
sea.. under the price support program.meO e June 30 this year to pass its
P p g of poor. visibility 'idfaprofits,. sincein spite ofrauw But Animals in session 42 minutes longer and
approved 596 measures.
I make. the I monthet dried melk from te Republicans argue that exact

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iotewe." s Covessoadoned Aug. 3. Dem-.-
)A peni (a r In ndf l tefatic leaders of the current Col- the Iff OV
h ats a *(' . _es.grs bops to complete the work word, t'
Th Ine~utild~- 'N %9 The cougresmona, Record "CE AL"
2nvetilSl' to" I. s showed the President had shdnede -
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STANDINGS ning hitting from alU anles,
Unisport swept to the from In
Atlantk Basketball League the third ouirter and opened a
Won Lost IPet. 6 point lead, 41 to 41 at the end
Naval Station .... 5 2/ .714 of taht period, continuing to
Gibraltar Life ..... 3 4 .428 open that gap until the end of
Powells ........... 3 4 438 the game when they *o 66 to,
Universal Sports .. 3 4 .428 54.
Manning netted 38 points,
FRIDAY'S RESWLTS high man for the game, whiJ
Powell 76. Naval Station 08 Gene Nlhter led Glbf ltar 1'r
Unisporta 66, Gibraltar54 the third time in a may ames.
a in which he has played, with 23
TODAY'S GAME points.
Gibraltar vs'Universal Sport le Gae Monday a4
Single Game Mondtayat '4PM
By TREVOR 81MONS The t of activitep Mon
SNaval etatit l0 no. 4 aft.. ,wi .
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the other three teams begun to O Ibral Mtaro i t
closa ranks behind them and e.to break to the" -
Pow lis reputation asa "glat deadlock for second Sob. The
kiler" became much more winne will shave Ipae off
prominent. Powells started off Navy's 2-game lesad,'e loser
the night's twin-bill. with san, takes up potion In he cellar,
other of those brillimit perform- though iufot too fta off the
ances that has now netted them pace.
a victory over each of the other This will be ,the third meeting
three competing quintets, and of(these two quintets, each now
they did It the hard way too having posted one victory over
They started off at a sizzling the other. The first game was
pace and had scored 11 point won by Gibraltar 54 to44. nnd
before the league-leading Tars Friday's 66 to 54 win by Unialbr
could even get started. Once u- was their second game. OGbral-
derway, the tars beun to. sulce tar has lost their last two games,
points off the 20 to10 lead that while Universal Sports is on i
Powells had' posted at the end of brief 2-game wmuintn streak.
the first quarter. paced mainly Naval Station, which team 1a
by the league's top scorer, frank scheduled to play a Service
Doran, Naval Staton had eaftt will not see actinog
the Powells lead by half -Atmo b to b tie
and had moed. out in fronat r -y Afmf oh to thes
a 37 to 34 dunt e. s are re-
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uGh|vBToI, T., JulY 4 three layings-. "hewasn araitd
.k1 Isa As uea h tai SeL Uhre l aAhon told police he and Mrs.
members d- a famiy who be-IMcPherson stopped along the road
H 0 LLYW 0 OD (NEA) she and Liberace are di, ying frimnoed h. wh.le hwas 'hitc- "several times" for beer on the
Closeup and. Lngshots: The dar- in "Sincerely Yours": -It' too niki g through 'Texas. way to Dickinson.
lag arha(Peter Lind Hayqes) bad Ann Blyth couldn't have ben One aof EAdia Auhon's vie- Eaubon said when he'and Mrs.
at we right fibs flying in the film. We'd really daale the re even gave aim a se end McPhmoun reached her leklanon
t i air as "Petetr Fn" in aereen." . Gilbert landd. a chance at fte slip-after he tried ome., she Introduced him to her'
eldFollie set t the vigorous (on screen) bomtbre, w rn it out i a ou sand n aon and mother.
a td. .. Las Vegas. Hang- says: decided to wipe oat e famy be- sat around and talked to her

Dinky In thehe an c e wi 44, of Dic on. 'le La hon said Geog hadrm vacate ere ran a eur t
up in M exico City. rand J"! reanllya manan- drove IThree ai -.er charges wm e bout about two ou hour and we occasionally Is ssible

Mike Todd isptting the life houas andg1 t ng tes t, th e t urnnu atod. y Hne saohdhid h .an bedr, Osibly 1 I oa1 LOSyS 1 mo s
for thecorned bitoscam ed durnini to b ike thaverage o aboul-rest 75 miles an hour. question y ist. Aty ndehor evasion, the airman for a person to keep an appoint
filmed in the mammothe aTodd early Hollywood, when you .e on, Laho admpt. said he was "worrying about t to But it can't oe kept th

]creen process used on. "Okla.l -e len ne na' saol aou jtui-ed tirs. morrow-would she Mrs. McPher- rlll it 01111111
S o smld orange boO ea r ~ ar d In o really urn me in person is with shun be no-
Tte l lon Heler n Tea Louse of salne s. ...,u rmayhe es the dgi Then Mrs. Ruby, her mothfertitled as early as possible.

St are the uect ite th cms mother. She rose up and said ator drove 12 mles o etur t
en. ie' i Rooney in a Proi A o o eelo m and Georgeall went to hed and tI You may not beable to help
qckgrouvined ffl nith w nsobfoo A copa.er b suryeon oin o ee, hL. Al mtiduedbt6mtch TV. breaking a appointment but
Dinky PAe Veaz." tjon for Ann Sheridan contest i ncterson, 44, of Dickinson, oex.I aLauhon said George had evacst- there Is rarely an excuse for not
La Vegas-in arrive luence noto ml He was turmen over to u. i au-,e hisrom so the airman could h telephoning to say shat -yu
There's aFlynn's ex-wifpage rap gNroame City to s eree er. Both d t's norites batudaynhorities Mows. a second there and the boy was in won't where n the suptation. Opera.

ee i the script of Battle anw hey tookern rchn s h Mce r ha pie d r im u edp t he hisk gaco t he d H to b eH a a c rtai d l oa .
Haymes, won' t be around when he a romance, though. .... Caingn aaveston ed ai r n to p. _lce that ae ,oi.rea sto p o.the
re-V!sits Hollywood. She's living it all"Bo speed cops Pau tBrkm aft oo oanThe irman told police that Jun- e at a wetai r lne.
up in Mexico City. and Jeanne Crain claim they drove Three mder charges w e r e bout two hours later he turned
Ito Las Vegas (300 miles) in fourIfhe. aX s, ute o -gyear.oldoff the television and retired .
Mike Todd is plotting me the life hours and 10 Minutes. That ssean lM so e c ar fey back oan tihe tela d -e Tain Lto wait for Howard's arrive.
story of Arturo Toscanini to be- average of about 75 miles an hour. .bAfter questioning oy Dist. Att- and hour, possibly two hours" Hp--
lmued in the mammoth Todd AJ-OTo lose your money, yek Matwe don son, Lauhon admiat,'said he was "worrying about to- Minutes Wam ing ll
screen processused m s"Oa tea ne nau saot aou tued birs [morrow-would she Mrs. MPheI
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,a ephie a Helen Morgan fibie ol at and her t-year-old mot thrities? thn s told lie their
SThe son s "Itelate" featured byWarper Brospu -aerba Zola Normwl an t hey o ILauhon id n hisEl Po on where sed Purse

he elg ch ai a* n bl vis itor. allfneed st riotly hoaa ThePlad bL ae on said h e the n dto k th he sto Lat an tilldg nst tion ho b
Lsurt Melchotr, Helen Traubel voters y sleeping in their pine s- bet- "didn't know why, but I sudden-'he
a an'e was written by cal subjects amazes his p termed cottage. y jumped up and got my pitol WATERBURY, Vt (UP)A -
ear concerts wp..ass wte b .ycsa ze h is He Police began backtr backing Lau- out of m bag-a .22.rushed skier los her purse here last win.

eagles umark. Gene Raymon a. Ixes with rmo re e h h caed him "endear- kled the atnd left thea elg on .m
J tors and hs t Yh i .e. o. pteors hen ns trail w see i he has com-i o the bedroom of Mrs and a railroad telegraph oar-

Joanne Dru, about all the teeth examations. tenant only was nicked on he served two years with the Air
t. ted any theaid he las.mother, She rose u and or drove 12Japan and hadto returned

n threatened to trn him over to Lauon said he drove on intohome la1t Chrstmas to a Florida
iennier Jones o : f. They Airound in his effects a map MexiWho s this?'ere shot her and ticked the railroad holding a train for 10
mov .. ,w t .o by of a pe Force Baseen Soutern states marked Fridboy in he redligh disric of o Robinutes in the meantime near
Robert Walker. They've been at-:,
...inthEs.. ... .. 'Commerce Is off with a devil's mask. Police "Then,!I rushed Into Mrs. Ru-
One of th e Year Most Fascinating ilm Chief R. L Conne r said markings for room I knocked hr out with Mrs Daniel MKeon of Ridge

still hot under the colar about t he I
Ls '- Vegas influence note: g mix-up with Mlan Ladd and the on the map might be a diary of a blackjack. I want to take her field, Conn. boarded a Central Ver-
There's a -page crap game se-Silver Spurs western film emot- with me in the car. I hit her moat train only to realize she had
queneeos in the scriptof "Batte gawrd_ last-year... That's *' e Lauhon told authorities M r s. a second time. I missed her with left her purse in the station. Oper-
quHee in't reerpt of "ate mn awson heytokyno chances-te McPherson had picked h i m up the blackjack. She slipped from ator H. G. Howard found it and
Hannouncing SpncrTac this somewhere near Beaumont, Tex., inme and fell back on the be! drove to the next stop. Montpelier1
Robd... Lewis i.. t:"Boysye~ar~'s wer -. Copiesof -,rcathelet on the afternoon of June 22 or 23-. "Then, I fire at her with i Junction, with 'it while dispatcher
"ilbe boys but so je in Ho-sent to Tracy were sent to all news-and that he had attempted to'pistol. She slipped from me andi J. Norman O'Connell notified the!
l.wpd middle-.aged men. try .itoutlet to keep the record straight steal her car. r felu back on the bedr Lb trai to walt for Howard's arriv!.
this time. ooverheardnatuthe Ms.M etoDwckhersonaftea..Isiting. ... .McPheron'sIdust-covered a u to-
R R d s t Castle: "It was love at first sight. Dickinson after visiting said he searched for money and c
Robin Raymond tells About -.-" her husband and 2D-year-otd son, got 523 out of Mrs. Mc herson'smoble.
meVie belle who didn't want to Sehe saw his bank balance.' Jack who were In Sulphur, La., purse and from a burelu...a wer......yong.a."a"'.,a..... iv
e oldwynu rs l"becauseande"o ols llyw-' d racke squad n te' onua job for the uintana Oil Co. He said he took Mrs.scPer-I Ark. His father, Ellis
ithed"=t a bick"Guys iu .'ndide'reas-, n "w aB majo r studio Bt, Lauhon said, Mrs. MoPher.-son's engagement ring andp wed 'Laubou Sr.i.is a school teacher at
eat....abgtter, btt.OplG-oufr S .ie on became .hstqrieal and atrted- ding ut.'rom-her finger a n&Itk.nk ..
r,!ite7 :.'.~ tyng. bale hopefuls WW de.screaming whoe'he put her out oatthen Astralghteied up things j The parents told-police their son
:1e.. .'star billing wa the diMs. the car, so he relented and toldIthe house, got My bags, took the',Wasnot 'quite normal" and that
'No thBecausecoey that his high place n theithr she could get back in aid he, car keys and left." (he usually appeared very de-
-"Note to R is Hayworthnfied e topularity poll lists was would not harm her. i Lauhon drove to El so where' ressed..
besie .hi .whe .the do in.. f' gn ied the flood of letters that bullets out of his gun and handedIbuy gas, Lauhon said. Thire, he The elder Lauhan said the boy
chat. E ven m Gina Lollobrigda. poured into the editors everylthem to Mrs. McPherson. said ne got into'an argument with had occasional mental blackouts

m preparing for her US citizenip He said she called him "endear killed the attendant and left the: 1.
'preparingtiorns "U.S. "itizenship g ,names and told me she loved service station hastily, but the at-, Mrs. Lauhon said her son hadj
'Joanne Dru, about all the teeth examinations. me." tendant only was nicked on heiserved two years with the Air[a
-j But, Lauhon, msid she later.nose, police said. ,Force in Japan and had returned
threatened to turn him over to Lauhon said he' drove on into:home last Christmas to a Florida
Ithe Air Police at Eilington AiriMexico where he was picked upiairbase and later was transferred
I Force Base in Houston. He said IFriday In the redlight district of to Robins Air Force Ease near
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36 Hole; Arango Wins

Dr. Erasmo de la Guardia, legal advisor to the Pres-
ident of the Republic of Panam6, defeated presidential
candidate Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. one-up to emerge as
the first champion of the Al Reynolds tournament at the
Panam6 Golf Club.
The tournament one of the most popular at the
'-1 Pnamp6 Golf Club in many years wassponsored by the
makers of King's Ransom and House of Lords Scotch
Raul Arango Jr., son of the chief of. the Republic of
Panam6's Fire Department, defeated Bob Ntwey by a two
up margin to cop the second flight and the beautiful
silverware awarded by the sponsors.
The finals in each of the two Ernestlto made a terrific bid
= flights were 36 holes matches, to even the match on the 18th
and each match was decided on hole. He had at least a forty foot
the 36th and final green follow- putt for his birdie on the slant-
ing 35 holes of see-saw, gruelling ed green and his putt rimmed
match play golf over the tough the cup and hung on the lip.
Panama golf course. Heavy rains They returned to action for
softened the fairways, making the final 18 holes Saturday aft-
the course play longer than the ernoon and Ernestito promptly
6,433 yards shown on the score evened things with a win on the
card. very first hole, Erasmo won the
At the end of the first 18 holes 121st, but Ernesto took the 22nd.
in the first flight, Erasmo had Ernesto's stroke on the 23rd
a one-up lead over his brother hole was good for a win, but
Ernestito. Erneso came right back in the
fnesto won the first hole and see-saw affair to h. 24 and
Erasmo evened the counL on the even things again.
third. Ernesto won the fourth, But on the 31st hole, Erasmo
but Erasmo birdied the sixth to won the 25tn and 27th to go into
square the match. He won the the final nine with a comforta-
seventh, but Ernesto birdied the ble two-up margin.
tough ninth hole to finish the They played the first three
first nine all even. holes in par figures, which
On the back nine, they meant that Erasmo led two-up
matched strokes for three con- with six holes to play.
secutive holes before Erasmo But on the 31st hole, Erahmo
won number 13. And that win muffed a two foot putt and saw
.- proved to be the margin of his lead cut to a single hole.
his lead at the end of 18 1s They played even par for two
they finished the nine in even more holes and when Ernestito
J par figures. banged in a beautiful putt on
Erasmo shot a 38-37-75-- the 34th hole the match was all
three strokes over par-in mov- even.
inc into a one-up lead. However, They both hit long drives on
Ernestito matched E ra smo's the par five 35th and were
medal score as he carded a 37- shot on their second shots.
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Buffalo ..... 31
Syracuse .... 30
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Rochester 000 210 000-3 9 1
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to about three feet from the
pin and promptly knocked an
his birdie while Ernesto was
forced to settle for his par and
trail by a hole going into the
36th and final hole.
Both reached 36 in par figure,
and Ernestito putted out for his
par. Erasmo's approach putt was
short and to the left of the cup,
leaving himself a dangerous
three tooter. A miss would even
the match. If he holed out, he
would win. He promptly stroked
the putt and watched in amaze-
ment as it dipped into the cup,
came out. rolled around the rim
and finally fell back into the

Erasmo's putt was a thrilling
end to a thrilling match be-
tween the brothers.
Lul Arango and Mike Moreno
played the entire 36 holes with
the de la Ouardia brothers and
they both agreed later that
Erasmo's short irons and chips
were the deciding point. Ernes-
tito's famed putter continued to
work for him and except for
brief lapses in the final 18, he
was sharp with his irons.
There were some interesting
sidelights to the match. For ex-
ample, Ernestito won the first
and fourth holes both times a-
round. Erasmo won the third
and seventh both times. On the
12th hole, Ernestito canned a
thirty foot putt. And Erasmo
promptly knocked in a 25 footer
for a halve.
Ernestito had to give Eraimo
one stroke on number five. The,
first time, it earned Erasnin al
halve. And on the final 18 when
they parred the hole, it gave
Erasmo a very important win.
The 18th hole Is Erasmo's
"baby." He defeated Ernestn's
son on the 18th hole in the
seai-flnals. And against Er-
nestito he scored important
pars on the 18th each time.
The first time It was to pro rect
a one-up lead. And the last
time to win the match.
In the second flight, Lul A-
rango Jr. went one-up on the
35th hole against Novey, and al-
so won the 36th to win two-up.
For the 36 holes, both Erasmo
and Ernestito were only eight
strokes over par.
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Reynolds tournament at the Panama Golf Club, are shown -above with Mike Moreno and Lul
Arango before teeing off Saturday afternoon for the final 18 holes of the 36 hole match won by
Erasmo by the slimmest of margins. Left to right, Raul Arango. Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.,
Erasmo de la Ouardia and Miguel Moreno.

Record Number Of Baseball

Fans Select' All-Star Team

TROPHY PRESENTATION Lt. Col. Doy H. Carr, Deputy Post
Commander of Fort Gulick, presents trophy for 1955 Atlantic
SBnles Tennis Championship to Major Lee V. Hayes, after the
latter defeated Pfc. Jim Flanagan, 6-4 and 6-3 for the crown.

Baseball Brings Plenty

Surprises Up To July 4
-0 -

NEW YORK, July 4 (UP) -
Baseball brought plenty of sur-
prises up to the traditional July
4 milestone with Al Kaline of
the Tigers providing the biggest
boom and the champion OGiants
the biggest bust.
The ledger for the firat half of
'55 reads this way:
Al Kaline, Tigers--only two
years out of high school in Bal-
timore, Detroit's bonus whiz has
been hitting 100 percentage
points over last year's average
and is being hailed as one of
the great young stars of the
Brooklyn Dodgers--The mus-
cular Brooks threaten to sew
up the National League pen-
nant by Labor Day.
Don, Newcombe, Dodger pitch-
er A disappointment last sea-
son, his first since Army service,
Newk won 10 straight decisions
and 13 of his first 14 to achieve
a standing as baseball's No. 1
Sherman Lollar, White Sox
catcher-The only consistent
"big stick" on the club. He has
been hitting for high average,
RBI's and more than his usual
share of homers.
Hank Aaron, Braves outfield-
er-Last year's surprise package
now is a bright star in his own
Boston Red Sax-Red hot
since they got untracked after
a slow start under new manager
Pinky Higgins.
Bill U Virdon and Luls Arroyo,
Cardinals-Talented teanunates
Involved in a race for National
League rookie honors.
Herb Score, Cleveland pitcher
-.trUtIng ot bl leagers al-

year. .
dosanythn ewt-n y i tshe 19d
The Glants.- They couldn't
do aO nt wof in the 1954
World .si.m d very tk right
8%L0e Wt o

even before he wae beaned.
Mike Oarcla, Cleveland pitch-
er-Laboring -through his first
losing season in 12 years of pro
Hank Sauer, Cubs outfielder
-With an average under .20O
and his home run punch mys-
teriously lost, big Hank now
spends many an afternoon rid-
ing the bench.
Brooks Lawrence, Cardinal
pitcher-He looked like one of
the league's coming mound mas-
ters last year but has been los-
ing almost twice as often as he
The Baltimore Orioles-They
figured to have it tough but not
this tough.
Ray Jablonski, Redlegs third
baseman-The ex-Cardinal slug-
ger hasn't hit his stride yet at
Johnny Antonelli, Giant pitch-
er-Toast of baseball a year a-
go, Johnny is another who now
loses more than he wins.
The "booms" don't need any
words of cheer but here's a holi-
day hope that all the early sea-
son "busts" hit the jackpot in
the second half of '55.

Wt~rMo Brown

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Ns hwld Up
.Wllfredo Brown, 139. defeated
rederico Plummer, 134, by a
snatg us decision last night at
nane OGym, in a 15-roua
thbathad been billed as a
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CHICAGO, July 4-(UP)-The
nation's baseball fans their job
done, leaned back today and a-
waited the 22nd annual major
league All-Star game.
A total of 6,562,064 ballots, the
highest nuniber in history, were
cast in the 22-day poll to name
the starting line-ups, exclusive
of pitchers, for the July 12 clas-
sic at Milwaukee.
The starters:
American League: Mickey Ver-
lion, Washington, ib; Nellie Fox,
Chicago, 2b; Jim Finigan, Kan-
sas City, 3b; Harvey Kuenn, De-
troit, as; Ted Williams, Boston,
If; Mickey Mantle, New York,
cf, 45 .al;ne, fetrolt, f; Yogi
rim New Yor Ve..
National League: Ted Klus-
zewaki, Cincinnati, Ib; Red
Schoendienst, St. Louis, 2b; Ed
Mathews, Milwaukee, 3b; Ernie
Banks, Chicago, as; Del Ennis,
Philadelphia, If; Duke snider,
Brooklyn, cf; Don Mueller, New
York, rf; Roy Cam panella,
Brooklyn, c.
Barring injuries, the fans'
choices must play the first
three innings. Pitchers, plus
other squad members, will be
chosen by the rival managers.
Leo Durocher of the New York
Giants will be making his fourth
appearance as National Leage
pilot while Al Lopez of the
Cleveland Indians will manage
the American circuit for the first
time. Each appeared twice as a
player. .
They are expected to an-
nounce other squad members
Thirteen of the 18 major
league teams were represented
as only Baltimore and Cleve-
land in the American and Pitts-
burgh of the National drew
blanks. The Dodgers and the
Yanks, leading their respective
leagues, played two each as did
the Tigers.
The individual vote leader was
Campanella, who may hot play
because of an injured kneecap.
He polled 2,154,778 to shade
Berra the runnerup with 2,108,-
Repeaters from last year's All-
Star teams were Kluszewski, Sni-
der, Campanella, Mantle and
Berra. KIline, Banks and Fini-
gan will be making their debuts.
Williams, among the 16, is the
veteran with 10All-Star appear-
ances behind hiM At 36, he's

had been in February of this
year when he lost a decision to
Cuban Chocolatico Villarefio.
Because of their unimpressive
performances, the Panama Box-
ing Commission announced that
their purses would be held up
pending questioning of both
fighters at a Commission meet-
ing tomorrow night.
Results o th t oher fights on
the card:
Byron Cumberbatch, 123.
earned a unanimous decision
over Roberto Murillo, 123.4, in
the beat encoutner of the eve-
nin t
Ltojr AAnrHW& 115%A hbet Go-

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and Alfred Mars
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Juan P rn am track.
MiMrstoat unleashed- a bril
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sure winner when surprised by
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co was third, four lengths back.
Hector Ruiz rode the winner.
Chilean saddle ace Cristian
Rebolledo took no chances in
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galino to the front going down
the backstretch while Pappa
Flynn, unusually sluggish this
time, was still a trailer.
Two furlongs out, Nogallno
had opened a five-length lead
while Pappa Flynn was racing

the oldest with the exception of
Vernon, 37.
Both lineups are power-pack-
ed but the National, continuing
a recent trend, has a decided
edge in homerun production.
Through games of Friday, the
eight senior circuit starters had
clouted 130 homeruns to Just 77
by the American Leaguers. Klus-
zewski and Snider, with 24 each
through Friday, paced the Na-
tional with Mantle's 18 the best
in the American.
The American -League, how-
ever, boasts the majors' top hit-
ter In Kaline who as of yester-
day was hitting .375. The Na-
tional's top batsman, little Rich-
le Ashburn of Philadelphia with
.352, was shaded for the center
field post by Snider but is ex-
pected to be named a squad
member by Durocher.
Campanella with a .335 mark
tops the National choices.
The American League. which
holds a 13-8 edge in the series
which began in Chicago's Comis-
key Park in 1933, won, 11-9, last
year at Cleveland.

..ar._M Alka a&k'A i b d at I da

a r3ea.40 dobe. *
Sute, with the .riump w
the day's saddle dtar. w
The dividends:
1-Oonaga $6.60, 2.60, 2 O,
2-Lot-O-Trouble .
3-Patriotlca $80.
1--Motto C.80, 5.60, S*
-Rabiblanco $2.40.
First double: S3..
1-Esandalo $3.40. 3.40.
3-Double In $3.10.
One-Two: t.6.
I-Tap Lady $4.40, 3.40, 2.8.
2-Mufleco $7, 5.60.
3-Consentida .30.
Quinleli: UJ.M.
1--Jachalin $2.80, 2.20.
2-Fru Fru $2.20.
1--Sismo $4t40, 9.20, 6.
2-Newbrighton $6.80, 4.20
3-American Maid $4.80.
1-Barlyon $7.40, 4.20, 2.40.
2-Empire Magic. 4, 2.40.
3-Nescliffe $2.20.
Second Double: S0a5.
I-Golden Wonder $S, &L
2-Portal $3.e.
Quiniela: $5.40.
1-Nogalino $5.80., 4.20, 3.20.
2-Pappa Flynn $3; 2.60.
3-Dark Sunset $2.80.
One-Two: $15A9.
1-Mirmatoast $6, 2.80.
2--Consuerte $2.60.



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Navy Craft

I XIEL. Germany, July 4 (UP)-
,.Ar.viet Navy task force left be. "Le tthe people
foe dawn today for a port "some-
N'Yjftgre in Russia" after delivering
W eDtWard ships loaned by the TIITIUTH IRAB
*V.9. during the war. ,
The five Russian seagoing tugs-
-ano two minesweepers slipped l
quietly out of Kiel harbor and d
headedd Into the Baltic sea. W ll n
,% he same ships and crews were U\
ixnccted back in Kiel "sometime lRia
,zt week" with another group of
Navy craft loaned to Russia
.mewre than 12 years ago.
"We do not know how many ves- m m
els are involved in the second e
shipment." an American spokes- C | l | k
"asn said. "But we believe they
are mostly P.T. (torpedo) boats."
` A total of 62 lend-lease vessels BERLIN, July 4-(UP)-The
'ar scheduled to be returned here Soviet Union is building power-
this summer. ful new Jet planes fast enough
The Russians yesterday turned to crack the 1600 mile an hour
-over 13 torpedo boats and one SUb-. "heat barrier," official (Commu-
.marine-chaser in a brief but per- nist East German newspapers
*plexing ceermony in Kiel Harbor- reported today.
It was perplexing because neith-
er side knew what the other was Nees Deutsahland, official
talking about. Both sides tried to Communist Party newspaper
thank each other in their own lan-1 said in a Moscow dispatch.
g uages. Itaht Indicated Russia may have
I Soviet sailors h a u I e d down caught up with and perhaps sar- I
-Hammer and Sickle flags. A few
seconds later, American sailors
raised the Stars and Stripes over
the shabby flotilla.
The 14 returned vessels wer e
taken in two by U.S. minesweep-
.era this morning and left fr Bre-
"There, they will be refitted or .
uer pped-according to their con- ...
It was reported that the major-
Aty;of the vessels might be turned .
ovr to the fledgling Germany na- .
y for training or coastal patrol.
r "The language barrier m a de
the turnover ceremony difficult
Capt. Charles Moses of Bismark, .
S0orth Dakota, said.
*4Moses, U.S. naval commanant
he nearby U.S. port of em
tn at Bremerhaven, said the
c .fmony was a "friendly one."
"We certainly got the mpres-
ton they were thanking us or we "
use of the craft.I t n w we

S onlyE to a so minutes. :

I V5 e"m mma historical work, Te Chagres, is
Intelligepce an4 ".Colnasanc
b l esflien R ment when they retraced t
NO dlyDozens- Isthmus to the Pacific by Sfe.
LGIERS, Algeria, July 4- Platoon, 33d Regiment. Minter
g i)-pFrench troops and police material for a biography of Ba
hauled in dozens of suspects a- daughter, Marti,
gan today.
I* Constantine, center of reb-
el activity, 149 Algerians have *
been arrested In the past 48
2rs and dozens others were A n" ," T
in several separate police A Ut Or 'T I
ou andons elsewhere.
.A-kou p of 11 Arabs were
11t between Arris and Batrna
',oI clash- Researching
dv erebe a s. Troops of
eh list Infantry Regimes clash- -
d"th a group of outlaws near
lgll.a ki g one and captur- Misfortune sometimes proves
fivto be the turning point of a ca-I
hundred suspects were reer.
a t In philippevlle where Or so It peyms to work in the
-. checked t1he Identity of case of former paratrooper-turn.i
than 1,000 persons, ed-author John Easter Minter.I
-- -a ...1.0 perso. As first lieutenant of the 501stl
a Parachute BattaUlion partielpat-
lla T iA l irall Int In maneuvers here In 1942.,
SI Vllll Minter first gained fame when
f m. he became a medical curiosity as
a result of a freak accident in
lUei IlVlk v which he was hit by a wingtip of
W AIRES July (UP) a plane at La Jolla.
to divorce has become He had balled out over the
bible in ArgentinS for jungle when he was struck in
time n history, as ml d-air by one of the planes
passedbCongre nd The lanky, blond Ft Kobbe of-
President Juan D. fcer landed safelybecause the
_las December became op- parachute had not been damag-
Ime.... .. who d" rs wed-but he suffered 27 fractures.
sep1of Law 14.94. ro- a punctured lung and a para-
is' that couples unable to ef- lyzed lg. When he regained
Sreconciliation after a one- consciousness, nine days later.
separation may pply he was In an oxygen tent at
e dlvrce after that ate. Gorgas Hospital.
o petitions must be filed Commenting on It now, he
.eesame judge who de- says with a grin: "They were al-
te separation, ready rehearsing for my funer-
)aw makes no specific al.-"
I of what the grounds He fooled the medics and
divorce or for determin- made a miraculous recovery. Af-
[ alimony and It appear- tern 13 months in the hospital,
I he Judge would have to half of which he spent at Gor-
h tiative as to each In- gas, he was discharged.
MS. The accident had comn to the



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PANAMA, P., MONDAY, SU 4, 1955


1600 mph

passed the United States In
many fields of modern aircraft
More than 400 planes, includ-
ing two new type fighters and
long-range jet bombers capable
of carrying atomic and hydro-
gen bombs, flashed across the
Red capital in the greatest show
of strength in Soviet air history.
A jet airliner was unveiled
that placed Russia firmly In

US. Army retired, author of the
shown the route followed by the
e platoon-of the 33d Infantry
the route of Balboa across the
Robert Bimmersonn, I and R
is in the Canal Zone gathering
lboa. Looking on are Minter's
and son, Sandy.
(U.S. Army photo)
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*he Chagres'

Balboa Book

attention of Ripley, who ran it
In his "Believe It or Not" col-
It was during those tedious
months lying flat on his back
and contemplating his future,
that the Idea for "The Chagres"
was hatched.
Ironically, the accident, which
was Indirectly responsible for
the 392-page volume, on the riv-
eor occurred only a few miles
from the Chagres.
The first obstacle he had to
overcome was convincing Rine-
hart & Co.. publishers of the fa-
mous Rivers of America series.
to add one more volume to their
growing collection-33, so far.
They were worried that a book
about a river outside the United
States would not have popular
appeal to Stateside readers.
However, Minter's enthusiasm
convinced them, and after seven
intense months of daily writing
during which time he often lived
in his pajamas, his book, subti-
tled "River of Westward Pas-
sage" was published and he's
been receiving n i c e royalty
checks ever since.
The 42-year-old author, who
Just returned to Panama a few
days ago, believes in gathering
as much background informa-
tion as possible first-hand.
His research on the Chagres
took two years. However, once
the material is compiled, Min-
ter claims the only way he can
write is to exclude everything
else and concentrate.
Right now he's working on
another volume-this time about
Balboa, who received brief men-
tion In the "Chagres."
Be's already spent two months
tIn Spain visiting Balboa's birth-
place. and now is intent on ga-
thoerln every shred of detail he
can on Balboa's life.
As an added treat, and be-
cause he is not yet engrossed in
the actual writing, the South-
ern-born Jourals has taken
L daughter .Mart. 13, ari&
iand- ear-old son, a-
long on this jaunt for their
summer vacation.
When asked abo their dad-
dy's book. the kida hr d and
iaId: "N6 we haven't t -
a dt." i
Minter. who Mt tot.
itr and jowuae

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Reported y

Heat Barrier

the rsee for mastery of dvU flight such as the big bombers
Jet flight. PltMems were per- of the U.S. Strategic Air Com-
mttte only of the ldan i past mand do.
of the air display t day. B R lt also un leat
There were formations of the two new types @ftst, fn-
otl Soviet press reports eluding one that a erak
that lovletf engineer are the sound bar: eI% lMel
studying dew alloys to allow flight as the U.S. Peao Super
aircraft to travel at speeds Saber has done.
which will burn up aloys used The most popular plane with
In conventlal aircraft the spectators was a glider with
The newspaper report on So- w1ins that flapped.
viet air force day yesterday In- The glider had been shown be-
dicated that Soviet aircraft de- fore, but as usual fasinalbd the
signers have. toppedd In the crowds.
same direction methods to crack It was towed over Moscow by
the "heat barrier." another plane and then, leased
The "heat barrier" Is the next and soaed up flapping ts wings
barrier In man's march to fast- like a great bird.
er speeds since jet planes several Other planes displayed for the
years ago cracked the barrier of first tune were:
50 needle-nosed, twin-jet, ra-
The Red air force yesterday dar-equipped all-weather fight-
staged an air show over Moscow ers that now are apparently in
big intercontinental bombers mass production,
itch startled Western air at- Four 12-plane formations of
tachds at the May Day air show single-jet fighters similar to the
last year wlen one model of the F-100 and France's new Bupre-
big bomber flew past. Mystere.
Twelve of the big jet long- Several formations of Mig 17s
range bombers flew through the -a souped-up version of the
overcast sky n forma tion. Mig-15 jet fighter of Korean War
Known in thebest as the "Bl- fame-were shown, but the So-
son" the lsappear to be viets apparently consider them
In mass prAducton. obsolete.
Along with the jet bombers, a Four giant twin motor troop
formation of seven long-range, carrying helicopters, similar to
four-engine, turboprop bombers an American helicopter called
took part in the show. This was "The Mule," also flew past.
their first public showing. Fifty-four twin jet bombers
The turboprop bombers are known as "Badgers" also took
believed capable of refueling in part in the show.

Symington: Reds Hold Air Power Lead
WASHINGTON, June 4-(UP) air show In May was the num-
-Sen. Stuart Symington (D- ber of Red intercontinental and
Mo.) said today Russia's new medium bombers.
airpower display shows this
country "has lost a degree of air -"I was glad that we speeded up
supremacy." He called on the production of our own intercon-
administration anew to give the tinental bombers but surprised
public "the facts." that we're still delaying any
The Defense Department had speedup In our fighter produc-
no immediate comment, but a tion because fighters defend a-
spokesman Indicated t might gains b o m b ere," he said.
have something to say after an Bombers don't defend against
apprMaisal of the Moscow demon- bombere"
stration. Symington noted that the Air
One source maid privately, Force announced last month It
however, that he "didn't seem to had recommended an Increase in
find much new in it." production of the new F-101 and
Symington, a former Air Force F-104 fighters.
secretary, is waging a running -
battle with the administration
over the airpower issue. While he *.
withheld detailed comment un- i 11 1
Ul he gets more detailed on the IfI fkm n A70
Red ar show, he made no se- 1 ,
cret of his alarm.
Calling the display a further % -
indication of the "emphasis"/ 1 4 i 94\
Russia in putting on airpower, o d
Symington said "It Is the duty -- N
of the administration to give us __ .
the facts on what was see in "Wht you have eliminated
Moscow so we can do whatever the Impossible whatever 're-
is necessary to maintain our air mInla s, however Improbabe,
superiority, mast be e uth."- er111ock
"It Is now obvious that we Hoalmes, "The Sign of the
have lost a degree of air supie-. For- "
macy we felt we had In the/ ....... d .....
past." he told a reporter. nWDROUl f
Asked If he was satisfied with ly.4-(UP) U aoSf..t.tsh
the administration's decision to watso, learn toay ta ave-
Increase output of B-52 jet rs h war_ gXby i Sier-s
bombers by 35 per cent, Sming. h nan Doylecreator of Sher
ton said the 'most surprising thur o yle, meea s.
news" out of a previous Moscow lo Holmes

THE FINER POINTM of iJunior-sized cayuco have been .explained to Mrs. Margare HaU o.f
Los Rios by Eagenti Maria Bro.ftao adti as c bt pokesnan of the" BUBna Vita atba
makers group during the usual Satuirday tOpe market area of the- A on43n. Arthurt Moma.
Is examining a few bates thn eight foreground to supplement his one man show nowbe
held at the JWB-USO Armed Mornas service Center In a where he ItruoIta.wee
In Batea painting and deorating. (Photo by. Lewayld)

Revea/s Pre-Dawn Exhumation

Of Sherlock Holmes' Creator
Tht lead-lined caskets of Deyle bodies of her parents from Win- Abbey National BudI Society
and his wife were taken bulure diesham. which occes the Bkek Stee
dawn Tuesday last week from the "My bother (Adrian) now in site that might be n'ubaI. 221B
weed-grown garden of Windles- Portugal and my half-ulster Mary in the ordi -aa elte
ham mansion where so many have Dat. kept In touch with me accepts Ie s fan-ifts
Holmes adventures were con- over the pls," he Wmid. replies politely to may of th lent-
ceived. "I obtained permission from ten. .
But for an early-bird.,milkman the Home Office fe the exhuma. Moat of-the mail .o sm
who saw the exhumation ter sto- tion. An .ertker frohm Lndo .America, me h of I t !. A eU.
ry still miht not be known. ha -ez.two e c of..stot
And there still weka nw a chapel Un As IM of Lou. Recently
lac of explanation *out M at. li es A .
fair that bmhow carried the -"We have -not made complete would to
ghostly mpet of a fobnes ceahn- arn its yet t there is a and picture. i
,f relating ome such eadfel ath bods will be your fan club. am Ei
finding they e te too t- crema h the ashes of old." -
prints f a l. houad." my brother D put in a more Elght-ye.arold Bet oaa Of
The h"bar handle question in permlanat famy reetin plaCt."IiDapapolawrte rssl9r
the L oand p was 'Why?" gaf huter s Conan who is O and I
The only avalble answer was el'er Son, But I have to be
that it w as a I affair. died at Ue Of 45 In Mysore, twi loBg-hatred
The bedtes of Dote ad -his India, .we pretend the'
wife were being moved to an um- A .oug .Althur died ifBack went Oe.-
aenouned .ew reatig place, the 1910 letters ji a~ve every y. O behalf.t &
deduction wlab-nliht,ln the loeg wek in Lesdon addressed to d'iset beh sas "I- K
ru, be el~.meatry. SherloCk RHolns at 21B B a k or Hoiaep would hav
,Tere was, talk here that t was Street a mythical address. interested to heAr
aessary to move the graveA in J. Greaeves, an official of the games."
erder to arrange for sale f the
Wiadlesbam property.
But a spokestian for the local
estate agetCharles J. Pati, PICES .
imh I& h ais sale of WniedlesiaIB

bhan, said 'e exhumation bIS
no connection with the sale of me

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