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:
AA00010883:00794

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Disappointed mnall4ry, and grwn-upe toe, who were,
depried of seeing the big fir -w is prognuam yterday,
will get another chance tonight, inning at 9:30 at the
Balboa Stadium-if It doesn't rain again.
. For the first time In the memory of moot Canal
toolans, the fireworks, display for Independence CQay was
-rained out on the Paoific Side. Although Oeld-Coaters
isa4 f4ur times more rkin than the Paolflo Side. tbe rain-.
storm thdre ended In time for their display to be held as
ufluaj. Rain on the Pacific Side began at 6 p.m. and con.
tinued until midnight.
Except for the postponement of the fireworks, every
other phase of the July Fourth progrdn went off on
schedule, and Mr. and Mrs. Zonian,-and Junior-join.
* od millions of Americans throughout the world yesterday
Jtn celebrating their Independence Day in grand and tradi-
tional style.
Extensiv e ram schedled dom. To the c.t.y, ou. fore.
on both qidoof th itHmus at- fathers detrmiats to. bt. rNe
traced 0ge,9 crowd o..thPo pro- e us the Declaratifm of lades
rams were he adlned by patrio- upad.en.
L erlaes *although the indq- :. -spirit of IndeggdwnS has
peadence, Dey's a v en a t were zi Very importaWt ear in
AY saYttne to the man try. r our t, a h itory. it was re.
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Pamingob OfCabinet As Rape Cha
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O Otlbr Alfredo Ale-
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as ue i ma~A N.tor iamso present- Minutes after a rape charge against S/t W,
oe aed :bt tli anday m- J. Mitchell was dismiwed today in the U.S. Dii
gon t", to bs i. = e.' W,.h eN 'tiona l .t Ancon, he was taken into custody by MR 0Cq
P Sd CMcanal5C. ,offic ita.l s, jreddentaal ties who whisked him away from the scene .
red for I tia thr.ic e rwhn However the immediate fate of the 24
-mat oaf L te b e as the reason for Kobbe soldier, who. eared visibly pole
'to the b an at t J j t I ationmthe w M court today, remaimdo a mysteryas the mil suIt
Wday h soed an e aid toWd ties declined to reveal whether he would ,;= ;
run "a Mont.0 ,atiooqoc o E doBw m, martial on the rope charge. "He is being relhr6itt
The lumber- aden ship ra nit," is all they would say. .
dah ran Ito wthe e a Mwhe o id t, to Mitchell's sese was dismissed on a motive umuI
vha d vn per mn.t. ofN t"h District Attorney Rowland K. lpzard fl the cpio
Npairas lji-w o Cvo icee* S taqiwntora ing witness, o young Paneamnian gid, 04,r her sti
wa "yom.whw l. egNSn.- fused to appear in lcort to testify at est tM
P ie-"nt A raska.lArlM the Mitchell's companion, ?fc. Vernon 0. He
Sock, which C osf m wd witih asSult with ina to ,if, rope o
ws La" .. thp sisters, wasmfihId $1 .enusetqe
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: Scrmat-on on members of the faculty whom It consider s ve> A lan obl r salSo who are I04asiase, ube eu ue Allen Dulleband CntnU tar
SCl t e ee. Now the National S
,"Frdarinned-. 8urc,we ve gotlInformaion'hesald.-Wheres ma c f v sM iaoel-oor means UM 1 Council has orlded Ceitral'
thf Ue Bob e' .em Tht s Of eouret a no lAmeni fellae rwu@ic 560 uoaruest to tnsfer Iom t
t dh pe around i hs hand, but he d not argue. G ,t ol cegug g auveo Joint Chiefsd o Staff. In e at. ,th..
In my o he ad, getting up to br It Ata y U only terest wnh. t- 'aSs aS T h firs htom aeady a....
by a a Ock. ThUe Inside of OLe box wasa Into sectlo c"al- have taken o thi ituto n an u-r e y d lope the .ew tellience work.".e-







r et news Maer or srapsa very mean them contained noth- oet es0.0O0OO0 or more every \. wasi9gtu sau atO. ihe t ,.*e Mayor L. C. Clarkoy Tult a says
Sat alutl ohereo the damn e rs year-w can't affotd-to e power s'suslOAu4 s as Ra.vru ie's stea. kin withfhrgonatural-ga.
t "Fi o s n He grinned a little d a aa u a friends an that tholu d
and hed h nose now what happened to he d enra enter pr pal hi wrong bout within to the











aItws written on the back oe that cookie box. and ye.terda laterest in Italy is simnly to try waW Vee easy>uno* aweo. other mayor who favor federal
mornin s Itthrew thhcookie box awa iu' to Tt the IhaRapo to rtee op to n drinchief of Novrt Aa tevei u u regulation of natural-gao tranet
orryund D vawthlapar oldr 'Anyhow.' theiraNATOlcomitment. govenmnem, a us srunna uas mission. Sorry for the err....
h "I tke- 'eorreis f there wa Tythng to te per ten ru "e l f A ut u S e Willam Ken ha been appoimeed
at te aradl po g tCosemaeeau r Depar tn temnd pthe ean e o e ede de








inw Weire og fautyIo'tno it awll^ do" n Ses aw want to run their ow jae n t y
4 grsined.^ 'sure, wgnt |loe sid I A'planning to ru Ai ebnofassactivela6







..h L.hsacI eIdlfor l vro wasseiv enelas to.Ah


Siinth ii n 1r A .,BW nh r l r do -..t te io, x,= Iweueebit ithelgn u alvnein s t.o

-oo bt ep iant e m td isia Itaraas more otk I r. at he Di Attorney Office and|Yank report the newlywed ra When .h ecret meeting, of the ... s.The weten diplomats e colony





m o e said, gtt3e uti to brin t. o una thermoreuly can't be whai Police H'quartere) .Mrt. Harry son Welles (Paoll Morl) are Wrt. SeaW is Ma n omsae eees i hspptag mad at ae hal Titd
in gown hem altermn hello.




StheO O E ATiVES r Lto t i hts an cv Co Yrrp oring with headline already Stairwo to the Sta: Phot wee, at a e. f suddenly trbling and quad
e ne And yi nt a hade st or arvard party, wUnith ever miio month to Tinkitov. .Hilde. Owen ("Damn Yankeea ep ca r enoun. rup Yuola rent. Thi ha




at? e votet. garde, the chantoot-y, hag been From a memo on Ti station do and her Tex tr (craat venU enU4 o, rau, o Ma.a Belgrade -to probably the
it r t baccu of being that bane o want no revolution by torce. They John Ulem Famed inger ever around here. He ad t all r rette icing Wa utan. woras nfuriaed e
Crede Clho wage a bloody vil war. They are have ended it after 0 year. Her i d tStarlight y ub wo a. ta cloe dow thi emb le











_--t.regarde# aa ideological Comn chums suspect Jim Madden (her ,..,.._,welce omed Prof. u a as mrentto was rucaes o1 -
tr: ee exot for perhe a t ranch mr in Reno) i why ne Soowf W lhooaring teh' .at .d o wife Abbe Lapre oa.n. e ..iic ie of oo r tUbnNt &Loe on te I I
f Juat after my lat lettef.h get a ca t fri lleuan Arsis an w tof in e h t oi c er for cam )La e which IStW tg le stc a a-t ,. .
o nWsat he for s anpd ounly. p er v mst oe t a m totaitbe ap It h Itallso rnd et evte r i Noel Coward'i reported $40,000 a s h peoplet Teater su a theaGoybel. .

embere'so"ftt ahereac t o 1iee a fogtl week wr-os erabusyIn wRro esasrmaoet ooh'Bi .k. .Ang wieh 1 hisg Democra
4 a a .o, .n p h i c i ,. -.t ew WAemerretnueean oilc friends m.. Th at w t his elo mnw e are





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a ch of .- ue e w ele V s which over it.b aens..ia n iaoing ur ae ot mhfng federal
S f l t.o n ten a ckoctat co o ka ox, atnd want orvlmuten .e asie i t bels Wi aoml nd to i
-a d trowe'ee g u. thes Waa'itat ,HeotaTghhinooatyee Caommu'n ists have so me kwetu ac Gaa r acl er. ( to Th prero oJtu ru il ia Keitria ene rh poit,
i y roous l, a fewd adat spotting' trying toto build up t idea" that to hse we gea zios uauiaS uuSowl to the Federl Trae, J
He r'turindofllhrngasion aregyoue a -therlfilg?'oxased. Italed shouldJbecomeyainteurandsth mlo r ( e wnzf asa thL replacing vetean1418





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t hroughtotho se ab et l p Igthro a o ser rs. To de marrie len Vn e(Ls f pover i -, I IucW --iiW e k age a we pae, c wng l e n d pnoerouhsoTi
'onenw either ":orrscrrseellamedhemutr alI, Icou morse, fantastiory-la telg tan t o wa it or











et em aloi and they'b a "toup. oBorrah Miaevitnhy who diet i ers. They mut be brave to risk Int are Iatw n v yh Howvr the renlrras
iLA q ODA AmiKANA t.hoscw, ts Wh se o al th x s nS'SSt^ r bat-e miti writings f""+ ,
4 eyeda of bewnlserment. 'thr NAT O cm mio ments...o...rsetudvew bucO tngb d ms itEnglis




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af teew Ha rvarsptd!tgCieratbuildow ng a thernr a e ne ua asPsca'urtsable .v .Mrs ..a so elles (CSo M) are Whete w sdt eaiaeting. o thtol e western dioai
t kind of are you gather ing?'e cI(exdepton e),aly broed upld become t neutralaand r
sL"thye" ay,.en'tkstheymasedrwfo NA st has aat iO m l ain h gn tu fi eled .S w t P t 1 n a f s y re
gard elthe cuportos. thast been Frotm "o(nhamem -o onTlms tain- do anher ey torso (cutt. ". 5we=rifosenL Oerlhio aer bWegrdtFw Ykis




.- ,Wer"Jst"thI aecus oft.eingon'trkbaweIofwwant aurs a medsing arou htere.He sa d t a iu hsuoru .n.
atw tmne.r e.Bei RSln.wGe longB- ago:", odh e mstries* SIuDEtlu&a*CE By Colbrein







'Credowhalhoy wta ts b tl o otd y ci ar. to t hey re en after% years He rl) ang fei v reep ia, ri c oofan -. -n a eag
_IV hea qil.W j t ocwe'ait all to Moscowa .hi. WAsn. wifeinbelleL=. ; .; ,,us .a r himouo no s pan on V te dII
f a oIItalystot WIhoelCwared'sh rse eglpoeds1Thanpetop
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as ngatthem.m w I 01 ha.,9000it o muriyafor Ig..th eadine, aseiy OU-e o telSars.... 1K r $100.000) was asked how she longLonaAl y j Ae IntoAM o .pplo

..0bef enf atnP"ofrevolu.tionseyf tore.They ohden )ama ie d sing.V er everany eep o e it. adv ce news via WW ek o: vote m ount his Long
cn a"od not-manext show: Arthur the bar- e .cameetcthe-ylatGee ong &go:, ,oIii; .f. -i r -- "b"n4 a4 U a t Wo .Ls
TheCloue have been two s.heyools OfView Fo a e r "Dye ars J.J. H er --. Gt i..ts(somenf theorwo lic
nI hon how tofgt tilo a l Astor's sats 'ecJi s yoo-hoo Isarnpo.,rted). an entrtaining ,oC wa s4UnRO C wa0s&
ati bug$ife Prpemier hapsde d..Gas- real ncther PInhRnaro.i ws, whoySeotien tla soaggodr, s .. ." ofs i Co pflwd l Nagsp)s-, n e ub
"=&I's1formulawas a softe y. isNaelmCosta rich as he used to be the W plrld"deal wit -heaeroic f.Bymthe e
.r."an adff" Lt 'em lne and the giveup. ,D rrah Mineitch who died ers. They must be brave to rtisk. U .if-t.w.
LA MU .IA "he S oy has le. to lst w eek(on the 3d week of hise ,:pot. "Not Asf ^ --.'s.-Th.5 J ..(JosJI.

tfr within Teake He catl- ideand btr Ain't o
poliho' e were too tough. /dw. G;. obinon "file f'r dl'tunes and people, espetislly p and.U.,t6 .elm u. ,
W hnGiovanni Gronchi wasvore tomorrow. It will be asen. per 1 e and Naaie Van Dat 3 ," c Jwas"
un thou t he wosththenDea scritificsd(e ctoe).,,, qtBroad.
waytoseekgoldntheInerOMfdovratAn.A nd now


SAem~hin hioewnt pa.t, G he* l beomtes .rs. DonURha anrl O ...... Amica's Grea..st Ba -.t,

camey -" l.umportent. at St. Thomas (In Brz Poan featured tip-top toot lng, t w twoembyid. President and his advisers bell. -_'
,"CHARGE IT" i In theciis," he,. had sverui NY.) on the 6.th.. ois O s Pa~ Wh~itbn 's expewoo.r tin8g11s
Ishoed miht alis e Critan"xom'm" toapproWo nderful ."Frort Rw t sen"-aVAR
o C y a d alternatives to. (G e ely's ul..sea U
dry weather Is nemocratsgainandt fom, anoter/Ton" (EdAda'Acyrole) i,_Jack.B,"cklean eyfeU ve r-pse of" ,;prme g SIDE-.- GLANCES,,eo,,,,r, By1 C11bihOi
c-they, "oali, u er differnt. eader-eon The Reoster h.ate. Thsen he .d"This,,teh..n.ule--d--.1
i k ,u&. .. ..., ,.,. advanc!e.,a..Tim,, WW *..dkn aeo:, vae, ,,r, s, .co.nting .is,.,ong


SI N theIt year therWe have other .Y. Times sta"t, "What kolid m .
litesie P t woo Nn l awa.r head, who w a .--.- "Womems clothe-s P.at h aet oaa-.e

Ave. ia. .twat 17.1.(102) PanamA be, a setback to the Coi-

Aes 3gsb ty wahC s a sltata
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Int h. ".enb orpedbe t wll soor anerl-.C.| 'tie e' ad iCI da .''_o ".



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Si sy tt oa case w oftl teINa- e Sh s bth04
do ... *- xo i Orator th O th atin e wh 4hP
w .en ha been pressing aagt"-ito' 6!Ats t
StaS5 Se,, offiel.lra. to k you gave n a good main, hardy ck loot and A ink InJ s .pothe.. eg
B^ 2 "f ereait."P- *t.' humboldt Pe limhavm ulti. Ito-a -so I emIortable paitloi
t Pa- pilSed. _U.S. captive and J ut won s tandift.
March. The documents admittedly have bbt pen "'The b have been here
Ithe ri.t i s~a~had We sn r4i .lasf -ti-I. Wh ever aid-I ont appd r up to efye. and they
Slsatbth eofa% Ofght, thE. Army.,their of- here on 12h t1 a rty- havebhe uWder the sam.
ea surt lS S todia p I d ,oS-b white M. lZmt r inches log. conditiO ..i time," Bridg
onJ eJLe ..u d. ,ti n0thm, i it ee It wll watchh u. -...W "W 'h ey suddenly deaid
but the a quickly removed it. mld-Auti to days after to breed nowIs anbod
Pa t "h eteo d ," guess.

attc14la. J aoehdals should pe ur do4,#01 c t. St.,of.d then unidthen tegg tae e
,tuarta Pateri ibowd Ato o Awyyb indocumentswere. oeo f'onoti i c- es' --- '



tit h tn regally entitled toe ^ the e a
ptimeo rYa. anutw AmeMa1 aitPde snt itSch oadsid N .t.e. -e wemtee ms "p een petnh


eer.h Arican ias.ion o r Ther .nformati rd e ke emaui a o ve b m ti de opays d witin as


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istat.a DefeIse Seretary ortPub. fene upderWo' laid bome 10 day ago., one ofdiregretted" that ita brodcas
CneM ai8it aswas yinnyperM ode tight betguonwahr- .-a -. :"n. .




Ae faira aid in answer tiol the y30-inch ta birds turned its had caused misndersta a
quei that he im "pushin" -d -e e ae soto th55w ge, balanced the egg og some peop le. -
oeviep t of nte papers He Sm iFsat AonlT in top .of itn feet and. then bl The sensational dispute erupt-
time of yan"sih. tuxedsMtcArthrdouments.on at the OW ri. men, ar a' ivhur "ea





no At been tred over -tof Dep. rs to the Defense Dep h there ever since, with what ome movie queens roe to whe



? se Aalrt rysairesdEn Wa ion swe rm.too Pe 3irs to be its a une d It. ad e today by m sner ing -toei
On -Sa a Witon h old th en or ro tart too, thorge Sott, chief keendon a "Topics o the es" program
t f a under Wil mn er on n boird ofthotse; said one o on prostitution
e d it wa- waddlingeyn about kMarch 29 ordeFilm studios and te Ators
tinent" papers expeditiouslyy" in reheale o i in..t oe weather hI so custbent nd smod-art movieaini






ans rto. Cogressional a n d oUno noradieing orercan roamaround outdr Guild rose up in as;s against the
Ss in ak the U.S. They-must liv. un Rea public apology at o
1 quests and woun ld mke herity contend butI or considering 5 to 5,5 degLree refrigefSttio t-aT thie Ao teuiled and ora-m




bAcclaimed by the pubc at the "Central" m- i u o e g the mat r
t not in sight. rlae yeseprimary mission" of the Daan adin aetress
R. Xarl Hamn, Deputy s-ense Department. After the Bronx Zoos egg Wa conference. In the statements, JBCi
sistnt Defense Secretary for Pub._. laid some 10 days ago, one of 'regretted" that i ts broadcast



e Affairs said In answer to the 30-inch to birds turned it ad caused msunderstadi toa-
A tcai be "he face to tptalealanced the egg Moi some peopled
o the papers. eS my in top .of its feetand, then bli-. The sensatwoual dispute erupt-
said would make a new check tiketd It -with a soft'-foldof.hO- o wafted the JBCl on J u n




ri e titusa.eproject. He you shrt of breathnd endangersrlads t he bro adcast had fast alleged
ththedouments ad our health you wll and it easy The bird has O .t been standing smalpaon their honor. Matss t h a t




dThe meeting and the resultaa
"pfollove. T ru wal appear
radio company nthreatened-
makst friday fopubli an "amipology at one
time it appeared of the dispuat the movie


STATUE WTUMP-The Mad
Vginis .t subject of this
tmp Just isped n Belgium.
Tae'stamp, fohtudipg a statue
by the late Belgian sculptor Rik
L ters, eommemuorates sthe
t desbieal sedpture exhibi-
' being held at Antwerp
A Sept. .O. .


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LA MODA AMERKANA


Takes pleasure in inviting their distinguish-
ed clientele to buy at their store with the
"QUENTAS COMERCIALES" system.
We have just received a large quantity
of baby clothes and also for children.


Just come in and say
"CHARGE IT"


Ave. 7a. Central 17-18 (102) PanamA


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INTEINATIONAl
Slver ki


AJn oid


Thi Week's Whiners I Our
ABSOLUTELY FREE Raffle


I. Espino
Maria de Durling
M. T. Blanco
Elvira de Sucre
M. Feigenblatt


Ruth B. Trapwell
Eileen Hioks
R. B. Wells '
Isabel Hernndez
0G. Davidson


And They Won for FREE!!
All slips ending in 5 win! I
Check YOURS!



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School of Success
Will open July 11, 9 a.m.
Suite 111. El Panama Hotel
Class limited to 8 students
only. For further informa-
tion and registration.
Call mornings Balboa 2-4239
after 5 al. Panama 3-I0.


Here's wi


PONTIAC WIN-S BUYER
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FROM EVERY OTHER MAKE


Its a klnq-sh luxury car-
Bi st at its price
Pontiac is a big, roomy car. Here it
is: A car with 122' or 124' wheel-
base-longest in its price field, even
longer than some models in the top
price range-and with true big-car
stability to match. Luxury is in key.
For quality of fabrics, conveniences
and appointments, Pontiac compares
with the costliest cars.

It's Americ's topmost valu-
Gratest buy of any year
Pontiac is selling at the faatest rate
of all time for this simple smen:
America agrees-when you cn get
the sise, power, beauty and luxury
you want at Pontiac's easy price,
' that's the place to put your money.
Come in and get all the facts. '


New tread wlos a WV T road so
I DMY you can tight a mgtch on Itl
'The mwd of the w B. Goodricb "LUSUVWfl Tu sl Tie
isboasads of sable "p blo," mS dosdly spsad you ca
hardl see them. Th wip wt roaMd so da i a a=d
oe a lik a c= use d. As a slZ".I's'. AVUR"
TblsTm m oa wva pavemmnt up to 20 e dim O ther
.dlmi, has p 4S mee pollia pow".
a er blowest oadfidm MFSAVIR" TWbW Ti nee l se air
r Uahm A- ow of dm ftr -a s o&n- b em of 1a--
wenallsiespleade a saf la ase of paese.
|oder th tremm g^ls agsins pebctgalag obigt piggs
I -ef Tebdm, T- m lbteben hmid o
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C~j~I~of~~ind 7-77,=Pbs m ilY '


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It's 200-horsepower performer-
Most powerful at Its rice!
As the only car with the, Strato-
Streak V-8, Pontiac haa a big per-
formance advantage. This newest
and. most efficient V-8 enables
Pontiac to provide more power than
. anycarhaseverdelivered atPontiac's
price-a full 200 horsepower with
the four-barrel carburetor, an extra
cost option; 180 H.P. is standard..


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Most dlsul ve at umy pr.I
Style-consious motorists turn to
Pontiac for true mode44aomn w
design, beautifully diimt fhem
any other car on the read. Recluive
Vogue Two-Tone styling, TwiN.
Streaked hood -and low, rakish li
give you a car that you know will
remain a prideful posesion for many
years to come.


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beau. shop, don'tlt let r in-
vit e friends to hang around
the dhop while bshe ila be tak-
en care of. Some abildren turn a
beautyshop Into a playground **
by br ing friends along, who
bring in food and drink and gig-
gle and yell.
A place of business should be
treated as such by elatoers of
all ages.


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jchoolboards Hound ,Grads

0o Lase Teacher Shortage
-o0
SCOLUMBUS, O (NA) Iethe advantages of th a
S"ese was a day wh scho ol schoolsare pointed out and the
* kards wouldn't let a teacher stay back page is a map showing "El
in the payroll if she was married Mon l tehe heart of the Recrea-
and her huband had a job. ti mal and Cultural Center of
But that was long ago. Southern California.'
t The ero f new teachers just Some superintendents bring co.
Wl$ nhareaeted n the nation's lor slides of their cities.
gems 'will have no problems. A few will pay the way of po-
'! Bammu~a| are biddiag fo r.tential teachers to travel to look
g 0 .e even begging over their schools.
a atn Of the times that California schools, expecting a
graduate from a teachers' col. 300 per cent enrollment jump by
is flooded by pamphlets300 per cent enrollment jump by
.colorfully describe the ben-,17o started pounding on clle
MI. the various enterprising doors in February to hire Juae
hp1t5.e graduates.
tfug. teams from other lo-I
9es k for appointments for ',We won't let the superinten-
iterviews. dents in before then," said )rs..
As early as the first of the Hazel Brown, Reynard's aid e.
r, the fledgling teachers hear "The students h av e n't had a
Saluring cry of, "Come to our chance to get their reference re-.
tpwu." words ready."
STacher raids are going on full:
bisat over the country due to the, One superintendent used a wire
shortage of qualified women. recorder to play back the teach.
At Ohio State University, for ers' interviews to his board.
Instance, SO school superintendents. But this hasn't worked well. It
their aides from nine different scares some teacher.
states have bombarded the cam- About half of Ohio State's ap-
gus. The fly in from as far away proximately 200 graduates who
*s California. actually want to teach already
have signed contracts at gradue-
One young school m a r m has tion time.
had so many offers that she took Capital University could place ,
a trip to try to decide which con. 80000 to 70000 teachers-and it has
t-act 4to sign. 104 graduates.
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SrS Cu5 c d aniflt t ater umawM
I stops. Nothing could indicate the prob-
Harold E. Reynard of h 10 o em better than the position of
State's education school de-I Columbus' own school system.
mcribed some of the stunts used Right here at the center of teach-
y out-of-state recruitment teams .er training, the city has not met
t woo teachers. 'its requirements for next fall's
'"A few years ago," he chuck. school opening.
"superintendents u se d to,
over the teachers. Now, it's Though salaries have been in-
teachers: who'look over the creased as much as possible and
perintendents." He sighed: Iclacses cut to a size more easy to
All recruitment teams have; handle, the city still has vacan-
brochurea ad verti sing their iees,
iuhools and their. cities. Some of so far 28 new teachers have
the most colorful come from the been hired, but the staff needs!
t Coastfrom 60 to 70 more.
Il Monte, Calif., puts out one
esaturins captivating looking chil- The city is out recruiting along
Sr with .the caption: "lease with all ihe others.- Indiana, Ken-
my teacher." tucky and West Virginia have
been scoured as well as the home
KI, 'state" of Ohio.



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Falfering Philip!

BIt N5 G L4 ftBtp'b fe W Iuflled with bIrpseS.
j Wtiton Bell (above) has gawen elsi sad rap be ease.
ideputfied as one of two
me 5Mers adrift off Japan repair wiM leave his home lhe i ew. *
their plane crashed June
M O Air Force DJe a"notted ? A. ClsfIfliedL fut the rihbt lual
nan on a raft t Tokyo
and circle the area

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Back to the Store


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S- n -e Independne of the United.State of Anre. Guest of h en- fires and hIrs.Memminger nd,
of I&"=&tleardo Aria -who was born in the Panamanan mKnbassy in Wash- e o t
tatelh "-C." e meed the gthetn tof gringos and well-wnhers who crowded many bun- Society.
d_.. -..- .--ont a, alboa- Room a otel-1l Panama. To the left of the Prdnty, nhise aidet
a ears AIII k snd white sports shirt and whit trodseri. At the right ofethe Fred i. T aold maco ed of : t
dstt r harza9 Dick Deblh nger, In plaid shirt. grins and twirls an orqh s eusl"e aW three 10-year-odin uchachons Int
ln aseo about everything, are Elton Todd, tg-presidet of heocietynd cowboy l hat and pistol
Ser, charge d'affaires ad interim of the United States Embassy. belts wookedatr much as in
-..Ame can frontier calico frocks.
o- So Charg Memmlinger and
for his fellow-eltlzens' 4th Of Ju- Acting oclety President Eion
ly shindisa overseas. Todd tould have it that the
ps & (ai. he911 B1mbausles in Panama and troupe and their teacher come
elsewhere were tol to pare til up to dance at the bi party,
Sparty to the bone. yIppee eye aye and all.
ni' ..a l o lted S ateS plnag iesofflthe Itand Chinese firecrackers on a
S aCOhning the embxay party to string have been an annual fea-
-- a stag affair on the hfgh pro- ture of the sta parties. Any Ia-
Froin eleven o'clock yesterday morning until far into a tocol level. (Continued on Page 7)
rels night lsthmian rings and their lad es big and lit That left Americanwomenn
te -ut on an uninterrupted pro m of soil eventssd That left Americanwomen In
e t on an untts pted Prosra of iaev s s Panama with nowhere to dress *
patiit. Wewhe of other tiontes upnd go on the Glorious
d -it ltatli the. birthday of- the United State of Amer- I Fourth
oalia'a City, the social events centered' around the esnaonar y, d n conormiw ty w ur pis
'ftlety's Sportslhrt Dance in the Balboa Roomf py wasa, and small- si ffTrOt h mb stcshyS
IR1e amas, and the small reception tendered at the ch y ex-- of Pe ala nhour.wi.Vt
y t ons La C .n iNOUChas q' 41&cabinet i i t -j Its .
ftiiS.7'1 Ms. qob .W ,at- e ma utem -fomS to i 1W
domatic ther m tated memobranl
-'" .tofp events f .owe ..e. esign and struck b ness concerns ne,. ,s our t S
-a dtli th of July festivid* by were so success- the .bassyas own staff. Chll"rd to" 0
fuiT M possible they A a traditional pat- the Invltations read "Mr. a '
terof .4 July observance s0ca. gl I lity. Mrs:" -
For this morning party most
Ladles tally had a f~ brass ind assaortqd 'Frlends of of the fair sex showed up wear-
worl to sq yetertay about how the United States" who fell Into ing hats and glove ; gentlemen
the parties were planned. Ino set category. arrived in coats and' tes.
hidreon to be pleased, It was fun, but it was also a Afterward' some uest went
since Itas the first ia e n formidable crush of men, worn- dressed as they were to the
Mny'years the distaff side was en and vehicles. And It got big- American Society's big sport-
1 t both theemba ger shar by year. irt dance at 1l Panama where
aI e -Anmerican society even~ the eda-y the e men rusa- all well-wlaher were welcome. Cleane... *
it W. the first time, pe- .d V .eht to e Aalerf.en Mst people Cdat holw to
S. e Soiety's stag-party. Ladies change, peeling oft hekt-m and cleanse deeply, .
of grebyuhangs a bit of history lunched with each ether or
of -|1 ialfe in Panama. headed home. into the skin, f
In the early days, the h of This partp-pattern ran .loug w- ith one of the
July in the national Cpitl to the contentment of all od- -
e.ms to have been 8trf ly a corned for several yar. L Yardley Cleansing Creams,
stat afftar. body knows *Iy. Then somebody in Wasbinj'
Thd United States Ambassador ton, the Budget Bureau, O.ner .0 or Qeasing Milk
gave 4a exception and the' Accounting Office, Congression-
Am ty put on a stag at group, or several of such. de-
tg.fermales.In the cided the American taxpayer ,
aspposed to. .do was footing too much of the bill
tir ceio"&g at -home.
Then datg WerM War II, l i
break. Wive 1
nd alea ~women biehel-
nfjn show.up o nthe
fwei On for some years. dOVERI fl v\
*" ,*,,:, CLOVERBL00M
.h Az tercan resident of pan- W 5W
alaI Whoie car could pull up La
creet, hill came piling into the DUTIE
embakqy realdence at midday on O T-T
thi Ofh of July. There they nib-
be&.ki a ie and elbows with
diplomats,
ciZea 'jgLismowtr


however that .I1have talked with
nearly every person on the bridge
and no one taw anyone jumping
up and down.
Butts said he was awaiting Tic-
urea of th accident and oped
o be able to asendin a report to-
morrow to the Commissioner of
ndian Affaira in Washington. '
A amll bridge two feet above
the water was built by Indian
volunteers to replace the fllen
structure .

Mis.Hoarnett's
School of Success
Offers Speelal Course for
bWdimes wbanen which will bI
held 3 nights a week for 5
weeks. Beginning July 18,
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Learn how to look and feel
unger. Make yourself over
from head to toe and you
Will amrte that this will be
the esat investment any
woman ever t1 can make.
.o- urhe. inuaoxtU and
ft1bo t-4ia or Panama
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MM. ArIiaa wereP tgriuet .of
oner at l.aifa. +hey cae biig.


er ohs aid of the fiven persons
sumverd y jk t dul, re, Mrs. Gor-
nA5Sotfer flle refeivedSie M3fieDalhy, Tu., remained
cra itiLcr l corndl&oa. T. oithero
wMs mt d sri, Jr., wer all Ued as "tu."
s of now P ima's only can- Kied a the fall were Mr .
didsatenomnated to run fo Law~n e Rawo tr. Atlanta
Prelsdent net year. and Mrs. Ape Sarie, D a Iy,
Tenn. .
Everybody at the whlinU Chiief Osiey Bird Suanooke of
masterminaled by Dick Del- the Eastern band of Cherokees
ger, of the Amerlicn Solety'e sa d ie crowd bd pressed past
board of dlireo ,knew da posd at the 150. foot
Sa bake rdg to prevt- overcrowaing
bea8 nd romwould bs plert- and bme. small.boye were .jump.
af f nl ing up ad. down in the center at

dow heon for h *enee w Butta said jumpn by a few
ian Amet eaa ure*amee set persons would hav an effect on
pat 6n eyMs Igsdle Latins of the bridge as if everyone w a
the Escuela dl Los Estados jutpnlg and the "stress and
Unles In a amaJ City. strain" snapped a weld ia an eye-
bolt securing the cable and
Late last week the school of straightened out the eyebolt.
the United States (one of Pana- Walam Bennett of Rome, Ga.
a ni bli sr hoonl out wht n we al. i ktv i.4tlrsrl ai


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with tempting cut; of celery am"i&4A
so-delicate seasoning ... topped of
with pieces of chicken so tender thy
seem to melt in your mouth! Get set
for a special treat-buy several canm
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SfOFESSIONA FOR SALi--7-ft. Pke rfrrli- OX 2031 ANON, C.Z. FOR SALE: 1950 Chal
Sare ft m 25-cyle, parfeed run- CRISTOiAL 1311. +h-n Delb. ae edm..
ing .endtinM 340; 1 single* J --a---la 14, el ted iame. -
metal bed with now immttMs lergein for only $700. Pihem
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Dr. C I SALIrel diaing nem dy-No FOR SAL-952 Chs 4. fo b ed 4-eemdm 'fhd he e flstee0dreem wmed s- f ,~ .
Dr A. ROY D.D.8 se. 4 l $55. Ph 27 Nw! I dor In exc__elle_2 sient. Pi AMeIAM et Sute Cl.-I. Teephee eagest.SuClus 1e6. Id1 eal

ONSdiAn $140; Oelu out.. e ue ) c. n oee.Fti SALEFO IE a i FOaRmrN Till A. le I l ea ,4J, melbe CAa.el, 1m s I'
dark green pateed, 48 u"x- = .1 7.i4 OIU BEawias far ily.$700. oep ie. Panm 2-1515 ewedi S Nea tme 3-1377. Ciee. *alts. ISwal -
1/Tk -a ,pr -x ., -34 p., .rtiel adle*-. Ceil 230, ask for Pi ese aend 6 P ,"lV47. di leat 1S~ 1-71 i tl. 5
,. ,I.. May b. ee .any time Pd2u*8a re. I .m.. e, ahd a
OREMeNTL LIEE .194S. Itu~. "y .s ,AL: -- 1951 Cals Se IO9 RIRNT e-J-..m .dmlhK'. Satm. Cla. h P 4 i. w
.RETR. E gt.... .FORSALE.-Dea.form,i. *C.. uinmi. Cape, g"Wd "-"ubb-, -met, dlag4rg 'am I C Mge~ Medemn cmv lences, A T 21 ft p..
DUCATION INSURANCE FORB SAl!--3-wook-old Cm.- bst 4047, hip 42-49. Maria- pint pretihally ew, l Mhelery rom, hot wtel. Phm"e2 medit.era. es.. Phene Glamb WANTED
my mttr29- for doubleadel* 20. o ,etta..- Ar Str, 1. Oa.Id0, e w. |d...nil 100110Tp FOR. 4, -441. M llI
UPnaima U versity u2ent Dp st.seAd .,52 lO T*' d 60sl laneous L
*Col. .- am*.t o lsels, meM mewsnP010,01. WA"aD:-P[R wio inle--
tU e FObR SALE: 1952 Cheureit Piiande 30373.Cam p .RPhbusiness. Ap4rt-do 1045, Poan- Spa
Delme Sden, owdellet cs*di. OOBIS ame. Phone $-9471. Sirls-boy fwo 8 fme
n -- *.w pint b. New te. F IN- Cy moent O- ENT .- -. y, ,, Ms Coyaia
,- t i $9". SMO 'HUNNI. pertinent. two bedri. mS FOR RENT:- Furnished ream WANTED -25 0 cycl. on- tiJuly6,3.3 ly.
IA T DUN CI reog aphi Hit CUTT S.A...Po Nlew s FOl RmiFREN 45C h le mr AePt Offeice. B0c0h.- vCter, between 10 .500 weits. 2. 5 fm -4 .1.50e2
T + C.' SA,. Phone -- 3--00, r-,'-, 22-13* Ilr or couple without children. Phone 25-2411 day,. 25-3163 aldMon, Strageu Cli, Phone
ISALOOM DANC TUDtO -- O- FdRSALi:--953 Dedge f ur- Cell Panama 2-3068. evenings. 101-J, Celn.
SO 0lcN s Junior Arthurs, a .young Pan- Circulo Cuatro Club and atted-- ,deer'R Sedep, leoa mint ag.gau FOR RhNa-p e ifamr.. le, lf-
ama University student of ar- ed by about 300oo( persons from ol$ m ew 1090. S MO & HUsIf- Not hAmed eianmne riwh.rs,...
Phitecture with a flair for cho-, PanamA and Col6n. I CUTT, S.A., Phone 800, Cale. Hand ftmia. t A teri uIm $50."
reography, scored a smash hit The show was dedicated to CCel a -0471 ee.r.,$0
at the Tropical Club last night Manuel "Nene" Arias and the FOR SALI.--1950 Pkad so- e ll 3-0471.
with his representation of a dance to David Constable. Both den in excellent colon. The FOR RINT:- Apamnt, $30. ,,,.
modern dance pantomine based Arias, a brother of President Ri- gFd, low mileage, priced to ell. in Sabenas. Cransill. AmpIly 3.. .
on the theme of "Slaughter Os cardo AriaEs, and, newsman Con- Mt bbe seen to be approclead. Istudiee Streeot 100. T me 2-
Tenth Avenue." stable are being mentioned as Onl $500. SMOOT b MUNNI. 1501 r 3-0850.
Taking the leading role hi possible candidates on the Na- CUT, A. Pne 800. .
self, with Veronica Charles a tional Patriotic Coalition Part's -aFOi RENTP Niho nunish
his leading lady and cast of ticket for deputies to the Na- FOR SALE: 1947 Studebeker FOR ReNT: Nicy fungsl d
L2 oditiloed studio suite a about 16 dancers, Athurs work- tional ssemby, the former for Sedattep, Iood treno.tle ap1rt ll ent leldi ng re ig-
Dance ,.r s oto.m. ed up his pantomine to a sti.; Col6n and the latter for Pana- tiSM good, era for only $17S. t or, all se eend, tiled, $60. 112
.Lme .w.pw 3M ring climax with sevek al mem n. a CU vel t TheL.er. a
ee b ^ W br oft5being"slaught- e.Phone t00. Colon.______
TUDIO'EL PANA OTEL red" and he and s partner The rest of the Circulo Cuatro FOR SALE-hik Su .- FOR RNT: Cmftble
NNA O falling over dead after b e I n g show included well-applauded veutSLE: Bduic kutpmet ao., fuORiREd 2-eCdomrtaplme t,
critically injured and struggling performances by singers Tomi s blowne-proof tires. eN In seed ur, dinasd 2-vi apartmen. k
S.to her side for ote last kiss. Rosado, Icilda Bauombe and condition. Inquire et Nvedd n, hot wdin maidng-ving em, ktcho
a1 -g. aIn addition to tkin part In Eniald Lowe, and solo renditions Califernml, t e s re wth tim re, t w e, maid's -e.-
*Chloprstle the ict, Arthurs" directed the b the Gordon band's star saxo- tamptin sheitso. Ca Avse I COLOMBIA Stret, fr nt
i.an yeas troupe and designed the set. pone and trumpet players. No. I (18-25). a
Victor MacDoAid arranged the George "Baron" Bryan emceed URRACA PARK 44-29 le-
music which was plIa yed by the show providing laugh-pro- FOR SALE: 1952 Chrysler Is Viste). Apply Apartment "P"
Oladston ordoa aptthis. "Me- evoking gags between numbers. Windsir Deluxe, radio, leather for'* .it
Ip PfZ tionobne" d'tchestra. "The show was preceded by a upholstery. duty paid $II25. *
lS Aveaell_ sl/ UIVArthur's successful presenta- male fashion show sponsored by Panamusica, Phoms 2-0083.
A mtien was the finale of a show- the Ambrican Ba aar with Con- OT D 1
,dance p sor by golt's table as master ceremonies. FO SALE OR TRADE. 1953
"aindifle $900. gambee 6-446.
.SA 9 A. FOR SALE: IARGAIN: 1949
Pra, akes' Over Si nd Kaiser fr $199 Only. Gre
et r Elias. I. n front Hotel Roosevelt. u

-, PI- l e W ith W in Over Unisport; sond I e her Oy' E
W t PANAMA 1101111 0 FOR SALE: 1951 1WHollne By OSWALD JACOBY
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dll- Nis point Atiantic BasketbalLe aght The dumpd irol nd0 aatk t:e end briLA to tred Fo the s fKlle n""' wl ee o t and as!?0h.
Sf n le Can th b e fined, ost 00. ss
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NM argarita Games TOn Umorrow-" and0 F3ramgl"enR. .02
Starie roFOR SALE:- 1953 e dieen A52 r
- tir end n. 3 e F od t e- C uon tomob ffwirt 2 o 4 S 3R VLON'S DEMONSTi tATOR-SUPtE VISOR m, rit Of ells del Rio, is a ea et t the o td
entia t 'eeONDIN Sh very much In the Baleoa 3021. M Pama. D.urin.g be r week visit, Sta. del Is conering with beauty sla o ,e
A tnlatin-" Bast ie ase to They edor h i t w l ) and Revlon daener. .In Panama andthe Canal Zo ne.et conference are f
Tverse lf ,At t r ntic Basket ba. League fight. They dumped ibraltr FoRslAL.----219 0 black 4754 4AQ 7 3a 9 bring to the Isthmus fullr knowledge of the latest techniques aids with whh
By RE OR S th ehir time these twoqin tets Ca" blaPk
dle Won L o the fi rstime thoQuintets fo 10O l re Ql l Gmine e dt"n b bw Linherseto-
Sa on.... 5 2 .7 met on June 10, 65 to 55, then f-d d wa e enable every wo t reent st effectely own inherent i
Navalo rtation.. mt followed .UP by dropping their tresa hydrmol tnmeleiI. 4 Q J6 4 .Miss del Rio met with Post exchange cosmetic department heads at a dnner conference









Givebrsal Sorta an 4ir fl l p ordts -upbrop ping th bl hydramaud lorwhid onwiung eleEast di ecto .on # q0- 7lt
It t 't t tco dme ecunee h. 72 n uhntb rA at the Hotel El Panami* A From left to right: Miss M.-Mn ti, 3 P. Duk.. j .i Hu ntbis
. ;Powels3 .... b u.... 3 4 second encounter. 72 to. 48 the hyedraull wl dew l uf t. dln- I 108 Ofei io d)welRoIM Tina. a stelandose and Mrs. Mack. M y. .





pler. nghrHm 3od rlSrSghind tamomnds. l eaen this season.
..MONDAY'S ReSULT.excellent condition..Will tnded 9KJI84 In Panama, an4 Mr. Abx P lPot.-nff.
..,.,-t. Gibraltar Life 66, U. Sports G55. ipo r-older model car in low on- 0 K 1054 3
S d PowelL vs. Gibraltar Lie a row before breaking their los- ion. I e m of A
.. tvs. U elo.braltar Ldtifoed, ehoino streakMondayafternoon peo.. thwuli to ArtatWudirIhlmyrrh Atlant
I.eth NIVodakL Universa lonSpoths usd Nd soeCCdillacnworth the otpClaytoonTo
pomtAte.Store)Stiomn with their win over Unisport e cell 83-3281 fuaeOppodptm h. oda d dlt Wa a yts To7 ps. Army Atlantic- trcr
house" Monday afternoon. In Ulon five. a a a le
keeping with other Fourth of NsLDelrc Opeosatorllntlolod-- 10 OT O..n..O nB e rm.el.iners
July activities at Margaritan th Navea 2taon's chores tai r to- Aa d d t.
Ata nticBasketball L o s a g ue uledow's togcai 51Uis a lce-e s e s w m t e p e ta
schedearcontestcbetweenedUof rpontest.aga UniversalSportshaverBaffles Po o.Weswsodoreturptdthan brd
ndle a Gbrata prts UnLvepo srsnd ilbr Spurtsa ha e belame tor hioninged ineA ttblefriongeanto a P nn o e ,
Life, two ofe the three teamthat been unable to score a victory Andt a."Y. da' had his pe rn had bid
e o efrs over the defendin champs all ir both black suits, and West had ce
were deadlocked for second year. losing their first game 63 considerable strength in diamonds. ii T on g on e r. .olo
place.tRatimmtb7s t
Gibraltar Life weathered a se. to 59. and the second ime 6 O P -A y rled p as hogSo t e i f mtn
.ee l f at to oito 50. serious explosion like sound Planning a crowruff, oi West SERVICE STANDIN 15 deficit after the openini
of Unisport's lack of reserve With al four teams still very wakened thousands of persons Oe a trp period. The Salors pulled
Sra tp onnedttawang aid nth a afantneltEs T huolycss oundoshrla fte r IiSt doe hoi eife R f bl3ti-aa-
L p'p" nutes of play to win 66 three weeks remaining intthe ighttday.he ten of hears with his jacie rt. 5 00 -1.000 Jerry Hall and Dick Sobko- dr t i
wa.shulle d away ine the fina l p uchd in th fight. y h onlycotrattlodwndon rwfLo o ite opnn Ic obe W L P fn by 3 -2 ad 34 lb
5. That tells the story in schedule each night of pay It rted windo, b- e Clayton ...7 1 5ak supportedDan With y13
A as old as s looks brief form, but for the fans who the Gold Coast loop promises toO alarm& and, brought h u n-oI nd awi diamond to- Army Atlantic .4 4 points ".ah. Lou Dinwiddle
11Is d crowded Into the Margaritavm hold many thrJlls for the fans reds of worried em to city and rya's ace and a low diamost tsa Albrok AFB....3 5.375 ..td or Albrook while HalHigh
for this-game, the story was one that are crowd into county polite and to fire Is that there was no advantage i nTroboirN.........2 5 .28 pForusadded 15. Dinmv ddle's totalU" ... ""
ofa clo se ball gam e in which the Margarita R m .th u o t h.es. haed oew s o ad a
oibraltars s steadily ahead, h Scotland Yard ordered ar Drufng, so he discarded a ciub Navy Pacific .... 5 ,.167 mark. now has 1 -14 taeT.
neighborhood. stations toeheektfor Ree Yesterday '-' Whilee Merrit MIcCurr. w s e. i1 Cci
but never able to widen mgapelF
to morethan fivepointsuntil UNIVEIRSAL SPORTS an exple. Four hr t r South thereupon went up with CiT ,: .AU 48 rackn up 25 points, Clayton. -
they had worn down Unlveosal other diamond. West took the Jack132dight
Sports. FG F PF TP been found. took t-e la k111 37-28, and 49-36i. v .vtr t "
Unisports' brief moments of Manning 3 2 5 18 "We seem to be faced with a of diamonds and led a spade. EastaP ort 2e'bter !NavyaD heser r eart:1
glory in the first quarter put Simons, Carl 1 7 5 9 problem we cannot solve," A took tyo top spades ald shifted to at Gu ci740 P.m.) larry Dsvih helped the Cv a- struck
Mosr 2 0 1 4 Scotland Yard sp6kesmana iid a AclubBa...wit
lead was rubbed out by half- Constantine 1 0 2 2 "It is a mystery." Declarer naturally took the ace;pae ynus
time when the winners went a- Conover 2 4 1 8 The Air Ministry said it knew of clubs and then ruffed a dia- ,ort Clayton at Albrook AFB pace Army Atlantic. Ine
head, 28 to 24. Unable to shake Hayes 6 2 5 14 of no hih-speed llanes In the a.-mond in dummy with the ace of 0:30) The Cavaliers made 19 of 22 ter gt. the class this ewenhi.
off the persistent challenges of rhe ud a .e, ca'cked ltru s c now r ns nArmyAt at attempts from the g10. Theres carge..
a determined Unlsport five, but 20 15 19 r the sound h -rrier. The -weather my's last small trumpsand finesse t du Davis (7:30. bridg r
well capable to matching them, bureau said there were no thun-ithe nine of hearts. This won, and Coco 8olo bounded Into aO0tie N A
Gibraltar held on to their four-i dertorms. ,Suth drew trumps with the 'kig. for fourth place In the Fafinma, Ehers Ofmblem Club
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dies -, itwa aa l Am rian4th.- b
had, s ter- Dogs crin every tie a
non .w t p t o g cracker or romaf cu aa Ip exlod H yID (NBA) Hit. The Dennis Weavj# just signed
tlbea;t.' ttt e th ed,. mammals catlonedm lywo -od TV: Anna Mari Alber.- for the second lead CBS' w
bOil.r'oo. _T rockers ufrnot to bur: ler try wi ghetti's current Las Vegas act, coming "Gunsmoke" series, is the
ate their aloig the rng spaklers; grownups trled to co-.at her brother, sister, same lad Corne Wild put under
to oe ~1~3. whih 0 avt learn. the rook-an-rou, and mama d. papa, lboks like a personal contract after starring
baZI to o the not-but found they couldn't. veybody cltnr f an NkC Speetacula, him -in "Storm Fear'."
not the fun. ate .more hamburgers, hot dogs Negotiatons are under way. Television's "Medic" Richard
and baked beans with cola alaw -- Boone is Hollywood's latest can-
After that .,hqre was more and relish ith plenty to washl Ed Wyan isa planning a returwto didate for a psychiatrists couch.
clothes 4b, as many pea- it down. It wU soa much u, home screens in the fall. A span. He wakes up screaming, he says,
pie headed f1 buitet parties in nobody minded too much when sor is rea ti .bankroll his au.Ibecouse no on will believe he's a,
and under't"ana Zone houses. -the'big fireworks display was put, dience p tion series aboot laughing boy.
There you could dance your- off until tonight-if the weath- daffy invent" titled, "A Fool e TV program typed Boone,
-elf or watch .rock-and-roll, ermAn permits. and His Money ... Roy Rogers as an unsmlng Rock of Gibraltar
--, moves to 1is new 140-aere ranch in surgery and now, he says, "Peo.
---- -. son and will film all of his pie just won't accept me for what
,_ t0 Prov 01 NBC teleflms In his own back I am, a gay fellow. They want
I G y To3o0gpfher [A l gBBl i l yard. There's a lake and even a me to be a man of steel.'
mountain on the place, only 35 Like when Hollywood was cast-
miles from Hollywood. Now he's ing "Away All Boats," a new mo-
JW .W ,W building a western street, too. vie. The writer described a
S. -- Lieutenant Fraser in the story as
;.ut.a 1 David Brian, TV's Mr. District i"a stone-faced veteran of many,
: te -. ', ,tai e li ia .bnAttorney, has always been on the years in the Navy." The studio
'.. neanmt. 4 atonv televila blandwagon but he's immediately thought of, and hired,
-.. ,_dwe-.411anmmetand 'changed his. mind. Ready to ap- Boone.
--L, -,pear on future live shows from .
San Arrow poison Hollywood and New York, He still has his fun, though.
h Mke lifeless T i he told me: There was a weekend carnival in
"- I Superlative "I Watch TV like a hawk. I'm St. Thomas, in the Virgin Islonds,
i. i lif suftS 2SA are atn ,suddenly aprssed by the smooth. during the company's six weeks on
aisigh note 1 *.atinp places 26 Off b6t9.s l Note nessi and hlh caliber some of location there. Boone painted
sal l g -2Love Agod an a clrfo trihe m ew uve driAmatic programs. i brown and yellow stripes on his
te X M da l ''10 Cows'talk 27 Cirus 43.Heen -They've finally licked the produc- body and went is a cannibal-
18TILmean city performer- T. ..asotr. tion buts." omplet w a mop on his head
S7 Lithe .28,N 'o4ik 41 --j landI a ring in his nose.
21 b)1T *= '2 o Marty Riaway, one of lBob But it was quite a shock, I hear,
mS of aocBS fmunii n i *"H~e Z writes nsaid It: .for U.S. tourists who learned via


'Tk CBSi may ese Its hor y" Faenr iChurchill Is nixing all video offers,
i Verdugo, star, of the show, is itch- legit and the phony-publicity ones.
.84 laue- leg to warm up the vocal cordsIHe'll take his seat In the House of
Isimoke( I" and dancing shop again. .!Commons, not before a camera.
-a*V- d V Dept. of pulchritude Iyeciatipn: ift"
i "Queen for a Day" hs some; of Wend Farrell vetoed an offer
7 s. IV 's t prettiest odels and pade to ga_ t wo'jfor-
al:-'-., ," ,..I'^ .... -. 1. J.. girls. .,.,,-,B, r^ telie 'ard-
'-~ -' Cesar-,ta oasr-. 'or -toik Yo..a d hbby Dr. Rtfi'Ross.
adventures in "' s9pbu t toDan.She's here working in a movie.
sow er." A 35-film ceiling was .Junked -
S-' when the program became the It's open season on Mr.-and-Mrs.I
-13th syndicated show nationally. television teams. Ida Lupino and
u ; ---Howard Duff are plotting a series,
Power of TV note: Guards at about a couple who battle behind'
p alt Diney'P Disneyla due to,the scenes and a new British mo-
a I pen Here July 1. are- haluag vie, "Simon and Laura," does the
... away 0,00 wuld-be te- crash- same thing. Kay Kendall and Peter
S 1'era tvery week. Finch are the stars.


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STboe who have read 'iBattle Cry," Leon Uria' novel a-
beatt--e Marines during World War 11, might naturally
hnder as to how Warner Bros. handled the hot romantic
paages In the film adaptation.
On the set at Warner Bros.' atudios in.Burbank director
RaPul W alh wa shooting the romance sequence between
asm TM rough, the lonely and love-hungry grl in Bn
leo ay Forrester, a.19-year-eold Maie, They Are
PO t.ayI y.. prQthy Malone and Tab. Hunter. ,
. Ace0rding, te the script, and the novel, Dorothy and Tab
have jst returned from a hayrda and.e s fe su. posed to
pick tbe its of hay from Tab's hair. That brings them very
tog e =another andl the next step Is Ievtable. Re sees
IMUd Un her eyes she sees the yeanag, t I. amna
b etrtji hI a routine, screen-kMi Mannar
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Hospitalized Democratic Leader

Making Satisfactory Progress

WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP)- Saturday while visiting friends in
Hospital officials reported today nearby Virginia.
that Senate Demicratic Leaderj His aides said be will be hos-
Lyndon B. J o h n n (Tex. is: pitalized for several weeks and
"making satisfactois progress"Iwill not be able to participate in'
but still is in serious condition! the rest of the current congress.
from heart disease. ,sional session.
The late afternoon progress re-. Senate Democratic Whip Earle
port was issued by the Bethesda,: C. Clements returned to Washing-
Md., Naval Medical Center after ton from his entucky ho m e
Johnson's 73-year-old mother flew, Sunday night. He will become act-
in from Texas to be at his bed-; ing majority leader until the sep-
side. sion ends, probably late t h is
"Senator Johnson had a com- month.
portable day," the hospital said in! Mrs. Same E. Johnson, the sen-'
a special bulletin. "is ph y s ator's other, flew to her son's
clans consider that he is making bedside rom her home in Austin,
satisfactory progress but his con- Tex.
edition remain serious." Tthe setor's wife, Mrs. Lady
An earlier bullein said John- Bird John n, has been at his
son rested "comfortably" Sun- bedside sine he was stricken. No
day night and was in "a cheerful other visitor have been allowed.
mood" today. It said his condi- One of t Mayo Clinic special.
tion is considered stabilized. ists who ru ed here from Roches-
Johnson, 46, was stricken with a ter, Minn., Sunda to examine
"moderately severe" heart attack Johnson returned home today. He
was Dr. Howard Burchell.
Dr. James Cain, the other Ma-
Sspecialist and a close friend of
Diablo CanI ra Club the Johnson familIy, remained
FH with the senator.
L h in rA 1 Johnson suffered a myocardial
0| s infraction-a scarring of the heart,
muscle due to an obstructed blood
In BoqU eti Reglon Sca condition usually results'
fiom a blood clot, or coronary
Members of the Diablo Ca- dirombosis.
me r Club celebrated the


fourth of July With a weeaena
photographic field trip to Bo-'
nuete In the lchiriqul Province
of Panama.
The group of 31 persons mak-
Ing thetp spent the three
days photograph scenes in
the Boquete area. A half-day i
trip by automobile to the cof-
fee fincas of MS. aMd MrsTolei
Mopoiebe afforded the photo-
graphermanuy opprtut to
'the moWntalbIus
I nio making the--kip were:'
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duction now at the "LUX" Theatre,.starring Tyrone .
Power and Maureen O'Hara .in CineanoScope andf/
color by Tecbnicolor, is a great picture acclaimed b
the public who saw the release last night. "THE
LONG GRAY LINE' is a picture with romance,
thrills, excitement and a story true-as-life, "with
thrill and tenderness, laughter and heart-tug, about
a man who lost a son and found 10,000 more.... in
the long gray line of the cadets of West Point.
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NEW YORK, July 5 (UP) Maybe iMt's tate L.U
those American Leagne front-runners began devot- NEW r08KJuly 5-(Up--A i.. ii .M W.
jai some ser*ious -theghts to manager Mik Hig.- oiayir ge A 10 f tswM -
rampang Red So. and t. aI ... eo .. s .w.or_.,.. .JY I ., .
pwer, boosted the Toronto 41 D.Ltit.. 40 tU .... .
There were many who 14t to the Cincinnatl Rdlega, 6-3. PIsLeafs today into four-game 40.
downright sorry for Mike, the then won the ,t W 443; The d in the Lpternatilb
freshman manger. .when his St. Louis Cardtna 4 the Pt e n s ac a o, ou
au c c i"id-. club was dump- Milwaukee es and s visid Rochester
ed in eixth lace, 15 games off in ten glnath ae d tb ew York for tbe Fowth of July holiday TODA QAMi Clevelad at.tatC (N)
the pace, bac on June GiOlants came back town the a gd won the seven-iunnn open- at Phladalphia (N) Only Gae a scheduled.
But here they are one month second game n gae, 51, behind te ix New at Pttbuh (N) ---
later, only eightames hnd ater thep I St. outaA at Claals (N) I nsoA* S
the leag-l adin New t York the Pittckburgh.t- P Miller. Then tF h l3-
Yankees, fm whon they t .Don Newcombe had an hits, Including two run homers Bo ton 100 10000--4
a holiday doue-hea 4-2..aoplght-hlttor for hilt I t triumph by Ar WSS ilson a Mik G-TS Nework 000 00o .
10-5. That gave the Bosox A and Duke SnIder hit pair of la, to win the nightcap, 12-4. A D () 100 1te
streak of victorIes in th Dodger homers eIn'tl opening. That abled the Le4a to al atR Game) TtNrlO Yo nd
lasBt 11 mo fan 4 i e game.. Inthe night s. Clema l.a.Me o nd-paOa n qnd-p .Brlyn 10100-11 14 0 G--W- (-5). P-
last 20. -h t ra-,4-heySeed Labine pitched thf m ine a." Montrea l, hwchlost : --..l... i 00000.00-.i s .- 1 (10-7). ama (10).
make Higgins a to cadt nings for the tme s his a 7f a w bill to But Joe Mamnlarr h w w ps fishi mel-ennh dC
for Manager-Of-The-Year. victory over the G .in the n e& innings afill er toak- o ry5i old Enigl d yr = I e. pod, Bl 'kemI ''l Newoombe (14-.) a d' Howell; (Se-S-nd G l -)-
1951 pennant playoff. Labine ing the opener, 6-3. ,- horse Blakemere yes L aft- one- length with lex h.().. a. o NNegr e, D s-1 (), a ld (). Yor 0 0000 10 I
Can they keep this Wngave only six hits nd con- The other holiday doublehead- ernoon raced to a thrl ot- Monte o and Pe n ts () N York
throughewt his streak the S tribute a home run-. Car\ Fu- erg also were split. yracuse b tto-t alf-length vi In te .acle p.hin. .-i- e San~e went to the o ad -Ngray (2-1) R- der 2 P el HudWhite
S harve come up with olid pitch- rllo3 hit a homer in ch e. olubus 4-n a sevennning the one mile Band Ma Road sy- re respned t6 and 2, O 3 url- Morgan. Kucks (4),
Ing, plenty power o. Ted Rip Repulski's siventh-Inning open; but the Jets rebounded, Fourt) of July at the eral tgths further back, with h adt to the wire. Top-weight Io (13), En(i). () and Berra. WP-HUStd
Wii-am., Ja-ckie Jensen and homer broke a 2-2 tle to help 11-7. Havaps whipped Rich- Juan Franco race trac. Don Cuto a bad last. ed an Countess lo d LP-R -
1 orm Zanshli, and some bust- Tom Poholski win the Cards' mond, 3-2, but then bowed. Ri- Going down the bactadt P gmely to nosae out Leaden or (Becond Game) "(17), 2.uchin (1), Howard 7)
Meads-p baseba opener with r six-hite. Bill b Glenn COx got credit for Mon- Guiller So anchae had Blake- Blakem er widened his d f ashow money. Brooklyn 100 00 00-I .8 BaOer (0).
T t hl fup pl b I treal's opening win and hit a mere on his toes at th at fourlengthsatone stage winner was the cond pha 0 -
f Take that doublhrheader sweep Wally Moon broke up thE night- homer, althouih he needed re, and the: son of Nccolo- at thla juncture Main Road wM choice jI the mutuels while ( im, 15 inn )
S against the Yankees, for exam- cap In the 10th Inning. Repulski hlef hel Die Marlow, tomer Area and Ihalassa, whih usual- making hi bid. Lexdeon re in- Main- Road went off the favor- ie (7-2) and Walker; Detroit
Se.Wpams hit hs loth homer alo hit a second g lame homer. Detroit p d a ive s btf lEt, broce right u ed In scond poston to the ite.-lakemere paid $6.0,3.40 wr. Myer ( and Sem- 1020020 00o-51 I
San da doubl to help win the By winning two, the Cards ad- ,er, to e tehort nightcap wli the ftont runners and In final quarter where she w and $3.40. The one-two (Blake- .wemelre (5-6). HRn Cleveland
opener; and Jen connected vanceddnenotchto place. o' Bualo. a few yards- after the start waS diplaced by Main RWdas the mere-Main Road ret r(14), Labine Jones 000 101021000001- I
for a lra t(m 17th) and Art pow* fter a4d -Teld aaskl' sixth inning already on top. lattr closed on the lead. 4 'The day's top wii di- ( Ho
Za W a -ran blast Ted 'Klu l'l hp "b omer,. pp~ed to be Syracuse's I den wa produced b ther Wilson, House (13); Houttema ,
(his l6th).% f laft the night- played i (in- iargi at victory In its opening Sanchws mount Ater M WIght (), Fee (7),Mosa (8-
cap. WUlwton remon dated cinnati's ae~ al ie.t~G, but Columbus te fes r 3 ( t Gme) rlekl .()emon () and
hlcu ryver th Baker's fit run d pitchers for 14 Jote Bravo tourw New York 0000000 0 Hega. WP-leon (11
then reUse f heat. gin of their p. le pcher Jn. MiUer. the top saddle stars. ner (11), Tuttle (). -
te re) hK $clonzMiler
S e Delo d with four Fts Havana. came -from behind The dividends: Hearn, Wilhelm (W), 1ra1m --S
shutout i.tel Par- mar w ltB three rns in the seventh I ltt f McCa ), Glel ( d' (Second ame)
SLwasl .i. athe sec, from the a. .WindyGo. t.. iIts.openi, g ame FBgT RAC Wetm, att (I .Fo a.w e.i_ t 00- 00000.4 j
opd Wme,, ytg T.Aurf, MeCalU i ,. ea- ete sev n-h pl. of .-A-ter e 13 10.00,. O (6), Dbnoso (7) and Af .P Ceve 011-1023xs 1
pitched .1-. csorfelesar si na to w wlkeI e l -tbsI Raul anohs. But Ichmnd Li_ t rom 11.80, -Dono-D (1-2). LP-Ma (2- "
u e or .....,h o wn o htt pre t ..,,.a 3). H---Lynch (4), Ma (3). Gromak, Abe (7) House
Mao neAuce Dayhlb asalvuted four Honr cutler ^ Sand wer m* "FX!"F TIEVES!" had at last turned hlatsulf 1o BiAC Garcia, t (3), ((6 n
l jdeo nd e Day a salvo ~Io a n their winby si r-"Take hem to il!" and was ready to give Brown i Narage. -M ( .
f 37'o m st three short of "U" the .f- rprs. Thee and other similar un- od ce-two. ,. tom .20. secondd Game. 11l ma. GreN.k (-). 1 Doby 2 (
dathe -imer record or a in le cle ...sp t 5. ,ompielitary epithets were But each time their expee- ule: $ New York 101 100 000 12 1 and 10), Rosen().
w5. There were 20 hit In the Clweln spotted tlewt.nB- The rests: hurad t boxers Wilfredo Brown tatloas were naaer as Fateri- THIRD RAC P tt. *
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National League and 17 In the lead In each tallied d eddrlco Plummer by irate o returned to the ameinesP 1-Bi 0Budd fr t- 3 (Firt Game)
Tmerican. to win both, f aran's plach(pI._ rat Game) customers at the Panama Qym tine of daring jig, retreat- tin Monsant, Wilhelm (8), Liddle Chicago 0202
The lseveland gIndians e took single e In the lh Wor aeea acbuse Oil 001 7 4 Sunday night as they hugged, ing and, when Brow.n led 2-Tu a $7.10, 6.20, 2.80. (), Heara (9),McCa (, Oris- Kn City 0oo11001-a 7-
S isn seowd .ola. .ye games be-; r terilhe er., ~ ,l; mbus .Of 0 -0 7 11 wanted and tapped weakly at in, resorting to seemingly lad 3-0 "3.40, 3.20. som (10) and Boan, -Westrum o
aiS Ne6 ork, y tai boh hoe lh r.. each other through 15 rounds of embraces. (-Lady Dancer $2.60. 4); ttleield. Friend <4) Face Johsson (-0) and Lollar'
mes of a twin bill fom se produCl .iate te .ta e ..Zinker, Loveguth (8) and what ,was originally meant to be One-Two: (Talra Okid) ( noao (10) and Atwol, Pe- Ktner Sleater (4) and Astroth
ralt Tigers, 6-5 In 15 innings .Larry 8-Oh5.t Sr' Ianet Thtehes.heat (6)., MS- a title bout to decide the light- AS BAD AS PLUMMER LOOE $23. 19. person (8), Shepard (101. Wp- I-Kehlner (5-7). HR- Dropo
nd 8-5. The Chicago Wite So Al R w- Ir (7) and Brris. WP--Loven- weight championship of the ED, however, Brown did not do FOURT RACE Grlssom (3-2). LP-Doos (1-3) (), Kell (5), Carrasquel ()
dropped to third p'ace when blnt Cend's ightcap gth. LP-Wheat. HR-Bowlan. Isthmus. much for hi.saelf either. Wiltre- 1--n Jaime $11.20, 2.60, 2.20 HR-Mays (23) .
S athletic, wiithng the oKanersa city "lny.e A Brown, .the champion, tutoma- do was definitelythe moe ag- _--Regia $5.20,_3. ,a nd Gam
S le wiing the opener 8" g C"onnAd s*t e -i .- tically lost the crown when hgressive, but although he was 3 bony 4 -, 7
and dr .the second game, second te tch- c fGa)iled to' ake$ e lightweight rowli a I .all hls. __ i (pt I..ne), il,- O M.a&oD. f
t ..da tee. K single ^ame ed thet Wbie got to a seven-hit (Second Game) altitetf 135 pounds. He wesiedblowfeliy an ee CE at, 30 4 im
roram, heamore Orole trumh the opener but Hc- Toronto 012020 052-12 13 2 39 while Plummer came in at tively and ne cduld do nothing Tiga .- 9 Milwaukee o0i 1 BWrtd, Conuegra(. asd Mo
at the Washington Senators, tor LoM gled home Vie Pow- lochester- 010 001200-4 12 4 134. to hurt the bac-pedaling. tired -eonB Pohoy (>. ) anrGrbrSik Ditar, ran. (9ad
16-2. er In the eighth inning of the What could have been the and wide open Pammu er. no* Crone, 9)B ja (eg "ant.Wn P-Di"ar (4- .
In the National Leaue. th, nightcap to give KanZas City a K. Johnson, Shore (7) and mat with these two boys who a d Brown any kind of power P mCrandall. 5(-Croe jOauggra (51s).' a
S rooklyn Dodgers opened a 12- plit. y Moore's a-tter and Rerberet; Marke, Kelly (6), J- In the past had ben the crowd in o s.punch Sunday night, he i I 3, 230 tthews (), uk 4)i u(2), Lpe (2)
S a lead by beating the Willie Mranda's tie breaking cobs (84, Helm. (8, Moford f9) pleasers who had crashed would have sent Plummer to th 2,- C EV Ib.. cor w
adephia Phils w., 11l.2 lht-inn sigle er the ey and urs. W-. hnson. rouh local opposition t until land of the birdies from as early r -. .. WM ton 000000 02-- 6 i
sand 6-3. Th'escpnd ac Chi- zactos In the Oriolves. vier -Markell. 4-Wilson. Benson, ey became kings in the light- as the 11th round. (Second' ) a e a 11
ca o Cuba le., the game pter the Senators. t. T ei (Brown) and feather- ----- .- S.
(Plumir) divisions? BUT ALTHOUGH MOST of the-Al .gPo
O--majot--. the fa" tans felt that at least one o the 8 t
(-econd Gaw.r ) ta irg. In the, had but pair anot tryingg" there werehomb_ ..L~ tn te ~(3 LP
oe 000 110 220-d4- 0 one. sUwer to qultlen. -th probablyy erlylow)t who fa Wr et- *)a
COMO-. -r, 0e0 0hr ,etr r(o10).o o0ud Ric T (1 ".B
t e Buffalo ,010001010-3 ( reasoned thusly: 0 Vargas I
Co,.: cy' (8) and or si figured this way: tYgetting down his weight frog d ,30 P-WrI hi d-0).
S1 .-tailish'ded 1893 Schult m- (8) and, ..-in oa"andP lpm$38h0,been 0o" %-s *,, epull A --;."
.., / ..WP-Cx. .P Schult / cloe nd, almot Au their .mpot to make the 11rhatbt ........ .cl s .ePdIs-hi,. ... .. .- y
toderiela, COB. Belardi. Fnan- lives. B6Me said they iere "com.- lImn and must have boon weak (P urth of July Claspl7)
,''- ,.... r B. pdrte." .ther know." a.ouls In- pyIcally. 1-'Blaeere 10, .. .....y0.ly (First Game)n
S' --- dignutly insisted they could He was making h first p --atn Road : Cli nati 000 10110- l B d L
.... ; .i ,'even be called brothers-la-law. pearance ae ttle, a 3- paitnCo a -. Cncago i 0an 1008i lo02- 4 1 -
( second d Ga.me) "he tagry patrons sagrd on bloody knock t Jolt._' Oe Two: SU. 'i".
SMontreal 100 002 0-3 5 1 some points concerning re-JoeBrown n BAC owler (4-4) ad Ba; -
Buffalo 001 300 x-4 6 0 lationship between, the tV6 gla- ad even u a 1-Pinin. let, Jeff.coat (SD and cooper. LP
,LaSbrda. wojey (4) andTeed; gather on one detail: long layoff. RACE ( ). Sauer (5), Banks (21).
SCOTCH WHISKY rlowe and Streuld LP-LaScr- Brown and Plummer didaet --- -Cariota 3.2Q.- .
S. HR-Hoderlen, Td. d their utmost to beat each Game) i
ether's brains out. PL MME ON THE OTHER yn a i 100-l St
And the fans cannot be ba hand wording to the more a- O 10
First Game) ed too much for their opinpn. tlionalgroup: B Pr* I
onto :00 000 0-4 6 1 Plummer started out a pt Rd 'spent eight -monoha-work-r
Rochester 100 000"0-1 6 0 im..pressively, a.d f. the a out In New -Iie's famous LEGU a .B.
few rounds seemed 8.WTo 'sG eud'no one could MAJOR LEAGUE
Ahe wa d.- be IPA'..........s....m me.- .......
S Miller and Griffin; Helm, Deal things the way he I ("pa rom Plumuer him- ED Irowtllough
(2) and Rand. LP-Heim. HR- from the fifth. froim tK) e P timed he bad A -Marn (4-
,, the ti the tent heat a- by sperior sparring partners; (Bausd on 175 officIal .at is)
Sound, derice was dea-a "i- a from whtih he probably
S(Firit Game) feet. hawf ever recovered. AMERICG.AN2( LlAGU- "- -4-
'.'"' -Havana 100000200-3 0 On In awhile hew w strt a 'had had n ns ,ya...a... 4..b g a. ,. Pet1 .
,R,,...ichmond 00000000- 7 1 flurrIes d e e a ps-e st 12 moths, Kal, pet. 75 507 14.3E

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FAST FREIGHT AND PA3 R SERVICES w this column is in complete xleewakl. Redlegas ..... 7 S
ANNNOUNCES BETWEEN EUROPE ANI COAtfr a s fama Boxing commis- P..cuOs...................... ... .......1j*
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\C ARRIVWAL AN) -AIIING OF THE decidedthat the .declsh O of the BUNS BATTED IN New York Service Arrive
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A you know. l used to spar A great deal with the great Joe Gans
tfthe st set, g hber. arga t




l6.ve watched Moore in several fight.. He has many of the at-
trhutes of Oana; a cat-llie stealth, a wise head and quick hand
sDeed. I was pleased you remarked on hia effective left jab ama
*the force he puts into it. You say it reminds you of Joe Louis'.
It reminds me of Gans'. It's better. It may be good enough to
win for him." Comment: Mr; Tlpman has been looking at the
busted beak. parade for 50 years. He is a perceptive, conservative
observer.
Frank Silverman Jr. Manhattan: "My criticism of TV's han-
dilUag. of o Natlenal Open is tat, as wonder man Fleek drove
off the h towafl fame.and h1gh drais the program went off
the .ai. Mot oneO dt6 we get a view of Fleck. GOanting that
golf ia hard to follow and even harder to televise, still, If we are
to lumd for paid .TV, rather than pay-as-you-go TV, we are
entitled to a lo k a Fleek wI sold the biggest title I golf." CoIn-
ment: They do thi ort of thing muah better In Great Britain.
Four or five cameras at Itrateifs points on the course. Our pro.
duelow ilae s raue and flezlblty. It was a break yea even got
to ace eMoga finish.


IDE TO ROGER TANTON, 334 E. 26th St., N. Y. C.: There
seea n to bea u much demand for my boxing book as there is for
bt.re.-drawn trolleys; Thanks anyway. The omislsons you men-
tion were not by choice. The book was not meant to be all con-
chraive. Come to thInk of4t, I don't know what it was meant to
be. To Rudolph E. straw Jr., Rochelle Park, N. J.: It just hap-
pen" I can't'be two places at once. Besides, I saw the Seals play
op the oast. The Giants couldn't have been much worse at the
tier.. To Bill Parsons, Bdffalo: I saw Bob Jones win at Inwood,
too. Wonderful drama but I must believe Fleck's win topped it.
Jones had -been threatening for several years. Few had ever
tWard of Fleck. And don't forget he beat the Incomparable
tegan 19 a man-to-man showdown. ".
Rtbirti. S. Wows, Bloklyn Beights: 'Ybu write that the
bor player 'loses 1 cents eon every dollar he bets, thanks to
ci. WM" tu t!.-Thhio f-repeated Statement sheer bunk.
"A, A T-mHw aho buys a tirck the t lor, fr example, lbea 1

et4 v it s Tt the o take s i I. of
emos h, a nd is ditst on of the atory
Ot s releo. Sai' li to bet on an horte- Ia a

-. -mu-a o. e takV e yro Mestraighelt bett og 1per being 1
percent Or $15,M, the net straight pool t now reduced to 5m50.
this amount, $50,000 most be refunded on winning tick-
eti, leavingo8' y.3s5.oo0 as winnings. The priceofthehorse, ex-
PSaed as odd, will be 5/5 or 70/100, eivaentto- mutal
: "Thug, reduction Of natural winnings of 650,000 on a dead-
evenmoney shot, as determined by distribution of the money, to
f3515 countss to j real tuke of 0 percent, not 15 percent (plug
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fundsotickets.


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go In To~p Friday night

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srn featherweigt chamn
SMaddt sa., .I'm rea
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-ere and there ln spoe
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Jowle of lg5land shot a
fautastloe That was six
strokes better than the pre-
vlou reoor


Byron Nelson, the former'
American champ making a
comeback, took second among
Americans with a 69. Defending
champ Peter Thomson of Aus-
tralia also had a 69.
Bobby Locke of South Africa,
always a dangerous' contender,
had a 70 as did three Americans
...Mortle Dutra of Los Angeles,
Jim McHale of Wynnewood,
Pennsylvania and George Faslo.
The 1954 U.8. Open champ Ed
Furgol shot a 71, Mike Krak,
a prd from Wlrton, West Virgi-
nia, had a 72. Then came some
American amateurs. H a r reld
ir parick of Greenville. North
Carolina, had a 73... Lowery
of B raFranciso, A 75..,Jack
Munger of Dallas a 76.
Pro Johnny Blla of Pittas
burgh took a T7. And amateur
O.F. Woodward of Detroit
came In with a 78. Another
amateur W. A. Wlekliffe of
Greenville, North Carolina -
shot a 79. Trailng-the Tanks
With high I's are amateurs
Robert Luts of Clearwater,
Florida, and Calvin Cook of
Steubeanvile, Ohio.'Luts shot
S1...Cook, is. .I .
Each entrant plays 36 qualify-
ing holes. The 100 low scorers
then play in the tournament
proper which goes 72 holes. That
part of it starts Wednesday. On
Friday, thefleld la cut In half for
the final 36 holes.
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THREE LN AMATCH-JMrs. Beverly uitz, left qf Beverly Hills, Calif., sprang toward the net against Germany's Mrs. Inge
o ampi eh It Wi. Wm o Austria's Alfred Huber center, Imitated a ballet dancer straining to
meet a ball returned by Britain's 0. L. Ward. S' eden's Sven Davidson, right, threw himself after a shot.
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That same critter, if he's scared
bug eyed, with fear inspie
adrenal pum ig, through his
system and enleri re.I-
will wh the same wp1 n n bu
out over the h 111. 'erhaps. if
there's no tracking snow or he
blood-trail peters out. he'll beat
any attempt at trail-up. o a
And, if you're figuring to at
said buck with any eree of
pleasure, veanslon dropped in- its
tracks first pop is a far cry from
the steakot a buck that you
tag onyft a long tfailns. fle
Latter wiul eat stringy.tou and
strong, "hot" as ome deerslavers
say.


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IIsl t Or Bob Halte w" jlh
iii cker 5 D N le Written for NIA Service If
nhing BALTIMORn, Jly 5 (UP) When in trouble on a golf course ch
onmtile One veteran major asue pich- any beginner knows that the main c
t, a-r found July.4tl t 'It4 U idea iis to get out of IL to
r W orrowfuL Baltimore gave r Well, I don't goin to the 1th to
STokyo wander Saul Rogovin an uncon- hole in the Oseeod round of this
o him ditional release. Rogovin h a d year's Virgin Beach Open. I
hife) won only one game and lost I was second in the tourna. ;t
r as- eight with the Orioles this year. meat t the tcme and takin a
p. He came up In 190 with De- S par t. hole ct me tm.
ady for trolt and played with the White Msecond shot was to the t
of the oreen and the bell ro
x, Cineinna, Hvana a ndo a the three tbes I tri as
I ts... With one place open o the et theall M the teen with w
tennis roster, Orioles m ape my wedge. On the first shot, the .0
s r Ics rd rOuht u rb H alal went up the hill, hit the top ha
Ias re- Rfcharda broughtpBob HBale,of the bankand rolled back. Then
ond n- a-first b. cman fromthe Yor I had a real bad le and the ball
York play Hale instead ofOu Tran- was ovd more our
,,orn,/ doa irst. The now Baltimore free On the thi rd shot, the ball
rn- at rst. Thk newaue i went up the bill and down again.
"t alcd ws a lLr finally got on the gr with
g the Piedmont L u He bat- an explomion shot usl t e sand
ted In 70 runs in 62 games aand iro
flying had a J7 average. I just wanted to get out of
There, so ahopid have made the
O OU h bals npecte, olmpc game eixosion shot in the first place.
sites in Melbourne,, Auustralia For an explosion shot, you take
and, lkem them. Clement D. a lot of sd wi th b. swing and
- oayto .... "They are folUo through Thed 4d, in flA-
S eaUtiful, coe to the eerer of ins upwa ,r lts th all wthit.
the, ity and have many cover- Tah ball doesn't go far-but It d
ed stands for spectators." #We far enough to-got you outtke
be fiffclty. Be
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over-eagerness not 0nly causes
e bulk of the mistaken-for-game
pes of shooting accident; it's
so the prime reason or getng
game at all where white
r concerned. To begin with, the
er-anxious hunter moves to00
it, tries to cover aB the moub -
nside in a mornenS, conse-
bitenl through the timber
.at e quc "t gr ace of a three-
jged elephanL He spooks ev.
thing and see nothing.
[f the over-anxlous hunter does
ot a staudin buck, he cuts loose
tout thinking, without check-
the second growth between
s rifle muscle and the target to
tate a clear spot if possible. He
ry lkelY slights his rifle no more
in does a scatter-gunner waving
liuantly after a fleeting ,gr.use.
be has aI lI most likely-a
ance at a running animal he
its loose in ajn unalnmed barrage.
Uasting to mere volume of lead
batter through into a vital area
Sthe buck. After the echoes quit
ling. he has no more idea tan
e man in the mon where, It at
a he hit the ancmt.
6newell held saot, cut loose
rough that small opening the
ick was headed for., let offt just
Ships briset pOd into the clear.
ould have been worth a whole
agazineful Just sprayed into thme
-rdwoods. e
As of today and there'l be


By BANS RZARDON
24 Years in Natlad League
Writte for NSA Service
QUESTION: Al Loper of the In-
!am pipotPL a xam at Yan-
so Stadium teoutending that Yogi
irra t"ped Bobby Avsa t
i second baeman was 4bo%
swing. Umpire Joe Paparellsa
id the tcher admitted the bt
Ld strue the latter's hands. Yet
ae s u called toe pitch a
rns. L c laimed It was I
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buy a careful of rifles that hbve
been designed for quick firing:
lever, slides and semi atuomfrc
types of actions that can be fired
far faster than a man can recover
from recoil and n aIn. A
vefui.lrft& ,aee. It tht
4'volume of ire" virtues r .4no"
aubititute for that first c amflly
held and properly placed shot.
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NEW CHIEF OF STAFF Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor (left) is
congratulated by Army Secretary Robert Stevens (right) after
hp was sworn in as the new Army Chief of Staff in a ceremony
it te Pentagon. Looking on is the retiring Chief of Staff, Gen.
Matthew B. Ridgway.


,UN General Accuses Reds


Of Korean Truce Breaches

PANMUNJOM, Korea, July 5-- Four North Korean newsmen is.
(tJP)-The United Nations milita- sued the invitation to U. S. ac-
ry command today charged the credited correspondents during a
ommunists on "I r r e f u t a b l e military armistice commission
proof" with illegally building 'a meeting.
iussian-supplled air W or ce a n
North Korea.
U.S. Maj. Gen. Harlan C.0 di
Parka, senior U.N. delegate to
,the joint military armistice com-
mission, head a 33-minute, d.- Expec ed Salurday
tiled summary of what he called
"'rtefutable proof of the illegal .I m M
buldup of combat forces' by the I Honog Kong
North Korean Reds.
SThe two-year-old armistice a-
reeement probity either a I d e HONG KONG. July 5 (UP)-
: om enlarging their colibat fore. The U.S. Consulate General, here
Beyond the sizes maintained as been officially Informed
when the war ended. that the Indian Red Cross ex-
pects the three former American
;Parks told the senior Commu- soldiers, who chose to remain
last North Korean Lt. Gn. Lee with the Communists and then
'g Cho, that the Reds "resort- changed their minds, to arrive
Wtto every cencevable pretext to in Hong Kong from Red China
amvent the provisos" of the July j, an- American spokesman
.tetedocunmet. r I t said.to4ay ,
'1111 ONtAg #A 'rte "We bre expecting them Sat-
or urday," the pokesma said.
t charged t at the eomU it' opr asa ptlonthey are com-
,,0L,- Poes W a nW 0 t o1, lM S1..tord iay H ed on the as-
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However ue uni-t a nuriuu'a
f'niltary command refused to &I-
S'ew Americand and otheWr U.' N.
I newme to attend a Precedent
hat press connfeence 1thI
S Communst armistice chief Lee.
Thp sqare-faced North K"orean
general, never before available to
len tWestern pr1s, waited onea
hour &nd W 0 minutes for 14 Amqir-
Slel, Japanese and South oreanl
ewsme to accept hiS invitation.I

Peron Seeks

SPollUcal Truce

With Enemies


BUENOS Al JP, July 5 (Up).
- President Juan 0. Per6n call-
ed upbnhis enemies for a poli-
tical trce today. _
In a 10-minute spesh iPeron
eastte rumor m .ongets an
the authors of the bloody but
shbrt-ldve revolt which flared
against this regime onz June I.
But be concluded:
1 8sk all orades for a truce
in the ollaiC -_rste
bOod grant that hel nard
lesson serve ur all. _od grant
that out bitter enemlep lay down
hates and vengefnces, convinced
*f their impotence against the
people."


Three NHw Movie Records
Were Established
Yesterday, Fourth of July
In -m ite of the persistent
nal aiday yesterday, the
-Cetral Theatre took the lead
wit the exhibition of "THE
fl T CONTSSA," -es-
the following all-
froe the afternOon


Sm.ro we mll-fly
'f tic record.
CONTM&

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aSi. which hbus al
B Pwoltaired. the
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The three Americans, who
face possible prosecution in A-
merican courts on their return.
are Otto Bell, Lewie Griggs and
William Coward. Prisoners of
the Communists during the Ko-
rean war, they refused repatrtai
it and chose communism.
The Indian Red Cross In New
Delhi yesterday cabled the Brit-
ish Red Cross here to meet the
Americans at the border and as-
cist them In any way possible.
A British Red Cross spokes-
man said there "is no queg Ion
they are .being handed over to
us." Her.laid it was "simply a
matter" of belng there to offer
whatever assistance they might
requite.


The repatriation arrangements
were worked out by the Indian
Red Cross and the Red Crosof
Comuamlat China. Communist
SPaeld radio said the three A-
Imeiah and two Belgians, who
also changed their minds and
asked tp be returned home, hid
been ordered under police uls-
tody 'or drunkenness and row-
dyism In the Red Chinese capi-
tal while awaiting repatriation.
The Americans win be turned
over to U.S: consular officials In
Hion Kong. It e was expected
they would be Issued visas'for
travel to the United States only.

Wives Organize

To Keen Husbands

Out Of Brothels,
SmINGAPORE, July 5 (UP)-
Seven Singapore housewives have
organized a married women's u-
nince to p r e v e n t "unscrupulous
women" from luHinx away their
husbands.
The women held their first
meeting here under the leadership
of Mrs. F. Leon Son, a champion
of the colony's stram cat. sand
AfLs No en were allowed..
The women paw ed a resolution
lfarhiAdine hnMa-nS who ln a v


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KhrushchevsurKF ormula eFar


At Geneva:


LONDON, July 5 (UP) So-
viet Communist Party chief Ni-
kita Khruschev's unprecedented
Fourth of July statement on the
Geneva conference stirred West-
ern speculation today that he
may journey to the Big Four
talks as behind the scenes
quarterback of Russian policy.
He and Premier Kikolal Bul-
ganin attended Independence
Day celebrations at the U.S. em-
bassy in Moscow last night but
it was Khruschev who took the
spotlight with a long and seri-
ous commentary on the Soviet
position at Geneva.
"If you talk with us honest-'
ly and sincerely, as equal to
equal, somethfag will come of
It," Khruahehev told the rank-
ing U.S. diplomat now in Mos-
cow.
He did not say who the "us"
will be. But Western observers
said Khrushchev's predominance
over a largely-silent Bulganin
left little doubt as to the party
chief's ascendancy In forging
Russian policies for the "sum-
mit" talks.
Khrushchev underlined Soviet
strength but the garden party
atmosphere was friendly, even
Jovial. There were toasts to the
United States and to "the suc-
cess of the Geneva conference."
At the same time Radio Mos-
cow beamed Independence Day
greetings t the United States.
Moscow's North.American pro-
gram was begun with this mes-
S"This Is Radio Moscow. On this
4th of July,' we would like to
congratulate Americans on their
national holiday, and wish them
Peace" 4.d .r1pity. We Soviet
people iadmire the fine, demo-
cratic traditions. of our Ameri-
can friends, with whom we hope
to live In peace, understanding,
trust and mutual peaceful ef-
fort."
It was the first time in the
history of relations. between
the U.S. and the Soviet Union,
which began In 1923, that top
leaders .of Russia had visited,
the U.S. embassy.
Khrushchev, who Is first sec-
retary of the Soviet Communist
Party, warned U.S. Charge d'Af-
faLres Walter N. Walmsley Jr.
that the West must not assume
that Russia was attending the
Geneva conference th r o ugh
weakness.
The event was the more re-
markable because newsmen
were permitted to take notes
throughout the entire, lengthy
exchange between Khrushchev
and Walmsley.

Bertrand Russell

Giving Einstein's

Messa to Press
LONDQN, July 5 (UP) Al-
bert Einstein has bequeathed a
last message to the- world, his
Old' friesid Bertrand 'Russell dis-
closed today. .
He said -it -Is amessagle on
nuclear weapons, the destruc-
tive product of Einstein's dis-
coveries which saddened the re-
newed physicist's last days. .
Lord Russell Invited newsmen
of all nations to hear the final
testament of inrteWin uhveiled
Saturday.
The famed philosopher, a
close friend of Einstein, sent
out hundreds of letters over his
o.n signature which simply'
said:
"I propose to hold a press con-
ference... on Saturday at which
I shall distribute for publica-
tion copies of a statement on
nuclear weapons signed by eight
scientists of international emi.-
nence."


'Talk a


Walmsley is the top American
diplomatic representative in
MosCow in the absence of Am-
bassador Charles E. gohlin.
Khrushchev talked to Walms-
ley during a precedent-shatter-
ing visit of nearly ill the tp
Soviet leaders to the Fourth of
July garden party at the Amer-
ican embassy in Moscow,
The Soviet Communist party
chief was accompanied. by Bul-
ganin, former Premier Georgi
alenkov and all other members
of the nine-man Communist
Party Presidium except Presi-
dent Klimenti Voroshllov and
Foreign Minister V, M. Molotov.
Molotov Is en route home now
from a visit to the United States.
IKhrushchev told Walmasley
and -French Ambassador Louis
Joxe that he spoke with the con-
currence of Bulganin and First
Deputy Premiers Lasar fMgan-
ovich and Arastah Nikoyaft who
were standing nearby.
Khrushchev spoke at great
length of the internal strength
of the Soviet Union.
He said the West would make
a pest mistake tf it uaderes-
timated this strength..
"The Soviet Union has never
been In a more solid position,"
he said.
He said that the output of So-
viet agriculture, Industry and
construction is extremely high.
and so, he said, i the morale of
Rugla's people.
. No one, Khrushchev said.
should be misaled by communist
self-criticism of thp proggea
made In these fields, .
SThe Soviet dignitrles also
pok e freely with Wetern 1new.
Sen and other diplomatl,
But It wa evident Kiuhrh-
ehev hid come mainly to make
a statement to the envoys of
the three Western power for
the "serious consideration of
WsshUigte. London and Par-
is-and to make a play to
world opinlop.
Khrushchev f r a n k ly told
SWalmley in their talk that he
wanted to say something seri-
ous.
He then launched into a full-
scale discussion of the Soviet at-
titude toward the Geneva con-
ference.
However,'he did not discuss
any specific points of the Soviet
position. Nor did he or any oth.
er Soviet leader say who, be-
aides Bulganin and' Moiotov,
might attend the su mmIlt"
meeting..
He began by tellin the U.S.
charged d'affaires that President
Elsenhower's last news confer-
ence, which the party newspa-
per "Pravda" previously had
praised, was "like a breath of
fresh air."
Khrushchev added "I liked the
last statement of Eisenhower at
his press conference, but not all
of it. I must tell the truth: There
were right things and wrong
things."
Khrushchev then spoke of the
speculation In the Western
press.
"They pay little attention to
what we say and prefer to
read tea leaves and then they
wonder why the Soviet Union
hae madee maoy propo, ls
that pleas the West so muh,"
he said.
"Of course we did not make
these decisions because they
were the only rilht decisions,
and this what motivated us.
"There are ma.w people, many
people In the United ates who
do,uot understand-and not on-
lY In the Ut., but also in France
and Great Britain-and there
are still people who are wonder-
ing 'why. We say about these
people who think this way..."
Here Khrushcev asked wheth-
er any ladle were present, and
when answered there were none,
cited the following Russian
proverb:


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The Paralso-Red Tank Fed-
eral Credit Union will resume
business operations effective to-
morrow.
A temporary suspension Im-
posed on the organization has
been litt and the union la now
ready to handle all busin s
transaction, including making
loans and withdrawals.
Business hours are Wqdnesdays
and Fridays from 5 to 7 pjn. at
Building 131, next to the Paralso
Servk : Center.


wlves IBvagiU Singapore to visit 0 .
rj.." w Owner Buries Burrowing Hose
brothels.alreed that if a husband wner ures urowingHose
erred in this respect his wife
would bave the right to take the LOWNEY Colif., July 5 (UP)- run .my yard," he explained. "I but theoried it ws caused by
matter to court of to retaliate Beleaguered George DI Peso still don't know what im t go water a9tiin. He put the hose
thiugb t1 "union." tossed in the hose, literally, yea down lIm that. But I wish t had down a gopher hole and turned
.ley said he union alap had terday washed his hands f the etver happened.".. .ion the water.
teee alms: mystery of the disappearing gar- Di sa- l had fS The he sank Into the earth
1. To raise the disunity of mar. den hose. to his hb and was ImposslMe to extricate,
rhge by "active propagatol." DI Peso cut the plastic hoe, seam the ba e. Bre said, because earth set
STo llmainate imnree. whosM steady bow into the, "I to tarn an the around tt.
To arrange suitable marriag- greoud ak brought hC world- waer to t.U of them," t la nearby Nqrwalk, Calvin Bar.-
s etwees men and woe t .a aid. I should fvhaft d the five feet n ssary
..,1 + .tt!o '.rtiatt {or._ uie e fDi Peso &a-i. "I e -- .o exrit U ud -i a
LSa wives Oaw et about the 0 e. DI Fee e htI toA, x. t i the Wb se
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AA Terms Hidden Tipplers Greater

Menace Than Regular Public Drunk

ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 4 (UP)- ciatios, said "in a weld where
A speaker told the 20th convention fear dominates,. AA. is needed
of Alcoholiet Anonymnou yester. more than ever."
day that the "hidden drinker Bauer said, however, "It would
presents a greater problem thn be a sorry day if A.A. ever came
he pubic .ruto believe It ad a monopoly o
The saker, a member of helping duraki. Alcoholism' i i
A.A. andidentfiable only as Dave diepseated illness that must. I.
M., Wilmington. Del., said the treated with psychosomneU pm.
hidden drinker'" is usually a cies."
"loner" whose problem won't be Dr. fmirry T out vice chair-
recogned until his drinking et ma of the C ecticut Com
completely out of control. __ on of Alcoholsam, told the eo-
The pubie drinker, Da d X7EYTbhl recovered alcqb lis aen't
said, s q tckiy recognluid/U snaori t/ wqar aMoe umply b e-
usually tadily admi I he can't eause they have achieved sobri.e-
handl the stuff and is easier to ty.
Pet on the wagon. Tiebout said "ego control" wil
Dtve- a lay q ember of catiue to to a proMeafes oT
I. Dup tae medical staff s a # Seam if they hope to stay away
his al d tht ft l the bottle. He said "yea
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Iif a mother-in-law has been play their part in reducing ten-
unfaithful. she will not believe lin among states.
in the virtue of the wifee of her I said If this dos not hap-
son." the Genevafconference Vill
thrushcho' eltratd, to "d to nothing."
make it elar, tat that be (NA- ilipbto
meat was that pw l tin tke "We are not going to Qeneva U U VISITS BENSON Burmese Premier U H 0A wn
Wet who Ight W qui with broken legs, but e are photographs of the Senson family by Sara Taft BedI o ls t,
tionable petite. suspect the going upright like soldiers to cretary of Agriculture, as the Prime Minister pays him a Vilit
motive of other meetworthy partners, and that in Washington. On the day before, .U, Nu had walked out' p
"There are such people in the is the only right way. Benson in. a calm but pointed rebukebecau the Sectuaryt tet
U.S., Britain and eulewhere," the ,, him standing in the anteroom of his office for five miautos
Boviet leader. c tinued, "who "If we talk on an equalbs. s' no one to receive him.
think it possible that when the all parties, and If you talk with no. ne..toreeiei
Soviet Union makes certain pro- us honestly and aincerely, as
posals, they certain have good equal to equal, something will .
reasonsfor it. come of t, he sad. Two-Year-Old Girl Safe After
"They think that if the Soviet
Union makes a -o decision, nIL.S
there wasomethn that forced B boa Fireworks aing Kidnap RB iy
them to make that declaloh." (Cm.ti-.,. ed .rem.. i, BIs m lm m a 1 yl ly 1w
H e sa d I t th e S o v ie t U n i o n ( C o" --Iu e P I
had the same attitude toward 'Lars, but you furnish the blood of -- --
the Unites states, Brnltolh ad your citizens.. "What are your LIBBY, Mont., July 5 (UP) -Mrs. Crt from ttmtin to
Frane, no agreement could be ung men doing in a foreign Ida Mae Curtis, twe-year-old girl follow the bar whao"e chil.
reached a d?' Bring them home to pr who was kidnapped bya bear un-dren told her IdaN- Mae a n
e tect the homeland.' nc idnts of dy night, was reported to have taken
He added: e We wn ant aa- disorderly conduct will e labo- been found today "alive and well" The mot#i knew that about two
me l.. o u o t bwait rated upon and mad.ed to tr by searchers in the rugged Cab yers ao In the sa re a b
Sntil Peoulegouldlikr otkna Nuito prove we are delinquent and net Mountain Rsic, southeast.brown bear bad snaach
until our legs are abroken.rt angsters. Libby. child of M A nd .
there will be no such time. That No details were available but Wilkes but had. dropped his
Is a fantasy of stupid people." "The aim of world communism Lincoln County Sheriff Ray Forst tim without harm whop iaes
ge said there are those who is world domination and they will was the source of the report. He gave chase hSd clubbed a -
claim the Soviet Union has had used any and all means to accom- said onl that the girl was "'alive niaL
a bad harvest, that Soviet agri- plish their goal. Don't let the and wel." "
culture Is weak. present display of the Olive The girl, one of the elot chil-. Curtls, 49, retur*nl -th
"I want to tell them that we 'ranch at San Francisco, nor the dream of Mr. and Mrs. NMorierE. camp to direct the serch. "
never had a more solid situs- new theme of co-existance lull our Curtis of Deer Lodge, Mont., was Mrs. Curtis and the youtgr
tion than now," the Soviet lead- preparedness. playing around the Liaby lumber hildren came Into Libby today
'r- a ... ... camp about 7 p.m. Sunday when stay a motel room and p1r
'Our agriculture is In full "For while one hand offers the huge grizzlybear lumbered in- or Id Mae's safet. -
swng.., Our industry is over- sign of pace, the other holds a to te camp, picked up the child Mr.GICurtis refused to give up
gflfiing Its plan and till we swod. Tbese seemingly directly in onepawtad'headed back into home. She said 'ty sil is stron
criticize it and ey it 1 not e- opposite policies should be fam.Ihe w on three let. l-abut ite so t cold and damp aum.
noUeh. war. Heaol rains and t hr eats of erae. I hopb e Ir is .al v.' .
"We riiclee not because we so dered hunt efforts as Most of Lbby's 2000 population
re we ut because we are "It Is somewhat *Rparallel to hof tea nwith blooa i-oned the unt. Hes under-
strong...m solidarity of our. pt' dpaihtngMc envoys boud.tr4 to find what ha a us along the few trails added
party has aveor been such as itlto Wash =t"a a ed the Japanese happened to the child. to the difficulties.
l nrw...You send people a- Imperial fleet to Pearl H"rbor. i ders of the search in the Dears-both browns and4 fl-
round the county and you can World communist s goal of a ruged mountain range were q- le-are common in the Cabinet
Jude for. yourself, communist dominated wor has ilsrthe chil d would die from age and rieq ntiy drive log-
eKhruchchev then d that a. inglonessu rose, bunoI a exposure even if not fatally in- geikbusters" anid fisheraen Gfrom
everybody in aUll countries must single ss Of ad, therefore they e y t er Ithe- lad trai .
bm- not initiate a world war th jured by the bear. tha"adtracks.
canno-- w t win.Tiiase a ves war _h Geor Talbott, trainer of The Curtis family spend Its
S .m r cannotuwr. oris _nlyeve u w tpack of bloodhounds brought to winters in Deer Lodge. In estral
renthe scene rom the MountanaState Montana and- home of the State
il lo W peaceful retain our iepend-Prison, was confident his dogs prison, but *aves to the Libby
e at d- S k once. Work for peace, ja y for could pick upthe scent of either area each summer for cedar pole
In Anliapi Al eellrf -" .. t frtia, but the girl or the bear despite the cutting operations.
In A Niaull su Aeu prepare for the worst drenching rains., the o.
r isE ai .ier he !en t the.bouods.n
dLe yes h e seet-ol y1 to0 discover Red China Reports
French S elders Seybold oLeaves hadtheywee s wngthrol
A IE .AleieJltheyd Mae'sbmother. and sisters Sixth Nationtlist ,
EA., .u For Board Meeting the child's mother. ,t ;,Me..br
- Francealerted 150'000 troop a were the only witnesses to the ab Spy Ring Crocked
Nationalist rebels issued a strike pTOKYO July 5 (Ufl-Coi
order to "mourn" the anniver- Gov. Seybold left the isthlmus the woods, cutting cedar poles nist China revealed today the
sary of the country's conquest by by plane early this ng for but others at the camp ristran hreakup of another sapy rmg with
France 125 years ago. Wachinton, D.C. where e will three men sentenced to death
Governor G.eneral Jacqu attend a quarterly meeting of and15 others given priSn terms.
Soustelle's office said all neees- thehb"od o directors of the Thug | high s It was the second *pch an-
&ary precautions have .been Paa-i ,canal, CT.h iCHICAGO, July 5 (UP)-Even nouncement in two gaahthe
taken to smash atte*attemts t rhe JulL boerld ne at-ith undeiro gd J getting fuah- seixth within the pd tthree
creating unrest In Algiers and s "heduled. be held nex t Sat Ion conscious. weeks.. t
other big cities. urday.it will be precede a Tough Tony Acrdo, reputed A radio Peipg broadcast
The seizure of Algiers July 5. this week by a meetings crime Icte T agpn, artled heard in Tokyo said that "a
IO, has never before been con- s L 'the a 300 "business astocates" by number of Nationalist govern-
sedered as a significant date nalibudgetand other fiscal mt- wearing blue Bermuda shorts to ment spies were ed after
the Nation alists. --Il, the annual lawn party and bar- they had Infiltrated It the
Observers believed the walk- "ers. becue yesterday. tnprovincial governments Bow=-
out-- if it materializes may During his absence from the tung Prov in southem ChIn.
prove a useful yardstick to as- Isthmus, Lt. Gov. H. W. Schunl, BALBOA TIDES -. -
ses the scope of the support the Jr.. will act as Governor and will .O .
rebels enjoy among the populs- perform the duties of the pres- WIDNEIDAY, JULY 6 [I .. |
tilon. dent of the Panama Canal Co. %1611H LOW m H
------ which relate to the company's 4:35 a.m. 10:44 u.m. I
IPnnmIcn CearA\ operations on the Isthmus. 4:19 p.m. t1:01 p.m.


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