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:
AA00010883:00800

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3100-Mile Mission



Saves U.S. Seaman
Speedy teamwork on the part of crewniembers and medicall personnel onrtb
an Albrook Field Grumman Albatrois was responsible for -saving the life of a 44-year.
old American seaman in critical condition who was suffering from a bleeding duodenal
ulcer.
The 3100-mile round trip to the Galapagos Islands which included a dangerous
water landing in rough seas ended this mo-ning when James H. Brown, seaman on
the Pioneer Star was rushed by ambulance to Girgas Hospital where he Is consider-
ed to be in "good" condition
Rescuers from oAlbrook's 26th Air Rescu e Squadron who had been without sleep for
32 hours to complete the misllon, consider ad it one of the longest and most hazard.
eus ever attempted by their oUtfit.


Albrook's Roughest Rescue Job


(By a 26TH AIR RESCUE been in progress. Of that time, Truly these men ate the epl-
SQUADRON CREW MEMBER) we have been flying 1091/ hours. toem of the Air Rescue Service's
If the winds are favorable, we motto: "That Others May Live."
Written July t0, 1955, 10 p.m., will land in four more hours. James Henry Brown, is third
between Guavaquil and Esmeraldes The crew spent three hours of mate of the United States Line
returning to Albrook. the remaining time in the air- Ship Pioneer Star. He became ill
craft on the open sea while Capt. four days ago. The first his ship-
Aboard Albrook's 26th Air Res- Charles Barnes-Albrook's flight mates knew of his having an ul-
cue Squadron's amphibian No. surgeon-and Capt. Antoinette cer was when he collapsed on
1023, between Guayaquil and Kelso (flight nurse) boarded the duty at 3 o'clock Friday morn.
Ksmeraldas. Ecuador: Pioneer Star to examine and ing.
prepare our patient for evacua. e ulcer had eroded Its way
Capt. Donald R. Clark-one of tion. into an artery and James Brown
our three pilots-is sprawled in The rest were consumed by was bleeding internally.
the seat behind me. His sleep- fuel stops. In shock when the flightnurse
ng posture is not relaxed and- For all their fatigue, the crew and Captain Barnes saw him al-
his face is pulled and twisted by is quietly proud of this day's most 48 hours and just over 1600
the distorting stamp of fatigue. Work. They are justified in that nautical miles later, J a m e s
He breathes heavily, and I am pride. This will be the longest Brown was quietly and uncom-
sure he is snoring, but of course Air Rescue mission performed in plainingly fighting for his life.
that is sucked up and absorbed this command. Forty-four years old, he was
by the high-pitched bellow of In addition, they have twice also fighting for a chance to re-
the mighty engines that are this day received a flying tackle tire to his home in Georgia,
dragging us through the night ?from death, only to dodge away which only five more years of
and, we all pray, toward life for nol keep going-so that one man seafaring labor will entitle him
the patient we have aboard. may have every possible chance to.
for life. The medics are giving him
All people who live in the vi- The sea and currents around more Dextran, the new plasma
cinity of operations of the Air the Galapagos Islands are no- substitute. The air in the plane
Rescue Squadron's SA-16's knw toriously dangerous. Is oppressive with the cloying
the are noisy aircraft. They e Because of the ship sweetness that is the odor of
probably the Air Force's nottst were rendezvousine with there fresh blood.
alrrft next to ets. but could come no closer tha (Ive James Brown Is v ill.
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Something Solid....



Will Come Of Meet


WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP)-President Eisenbow..
has moved far in three months from faint hope to coatious
confidence that something solid will come of next week's
Geneva meeting at the summit.
As recently as mid-spring, Mr. Eisenhower opposed
the meeting. Then Prime Minister Winston Churchil! was
pressing for it again with a British general election coming
up.
The only crackling issue British Socialists could raise
against Churchill's Conservatives was a demand that the
AUTHORITIES WERE trying to locate Mrs. Elizabeth Davis in CoI6n to notify her that her Big Four heads of state meet quickly in search of peace.*
mother, Mrs. Carolina Icaza Baxendale of Balboa is in "grave" condition at San Fernando CU- The French government was under like popular pres-
nic in Panamn where she was rushed following an automobile accident on Tocumen Highway spectacular in r o
early this morning. Photo shows the front of her car which was damaged in the collision. Med- sure for a spectacular international effort to Western
Ical sources at the clinic indicate that the 50-year-old widow is suffering from a deep cut on Europe's dread of atomic war.
her forehead and body contusions. According to a Panamai Police report, the car Mrs. Baxen-
dale was driving crashed into an automobile which was parked on the side of the road. Mrs. Former President Truman got Prime Minister 8i r Anfto0-
Baxendale was listed as a resident of Empire Street in Balboa. his 14 ot hummit conterenues Eden and French fPremer
----- a Posdam as tne ar m tChe ar Fanure.
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~Anti, Pe o 'hratereaerhe cneerfully of- The conference will set the
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our i n t he of s the aircraft ws There ere indin to aettie of. o UENOSIES, JY11-(UP) ing anti-government slogans. 30-day jail sentence fbt ne' had not e. ad

at his station, so that oe e9 seemed to'be her death cry. comes, Sgt. Wilkerson will note tension to Its highest p h In tion and it turned into a riot. be discharged from the Army ar ponse t
forts- of all will me s h into a The Pioneer Star's crew said Its earliest 'sign, just as Capt. P week here today. Police and firemen required now, having completed his tour Cnurcnu1Vti 4. bale 'res&- An 18th century mason t.
function of the whole, and our they thought we were finished Kelso and Capt. Barnes watch A wild demonstration by tear gas, clubs and fire hoses to of duty here. c ent sa s more ready to fct as de
son go on.the aircraft disappeared in James Brown for sign of a mn Catholis yesterday as the restore order. Helton originally faced a an ae hasome- Eisenhower's and pot o
t. David L. Aycock, aviga- cloud of spray and the scream change in his condition. first outburst since the bloody The demonstrators chanted charge of attempted rape on a ng vaiuao wulu come o a the conference here one wee
tar, has just dropped hishead of pounding water and reversed On the flight deck, Airman June 16 revolution of navy and "Work and liberty" and "Catho- young Panamanian girl, but the meng w te new men m from tomorrow
wearily on his arms-this is the props sounded like the end to Second Class Charles A. Brang- air force officers. lic Argentina." jury brought in a verdict of Lnarge oW te atreman.
first tim he has paused during them.wynne, radio operator, s still It brought the t urc They shouted "the terror has guilty of battery and the soldier A e mos, r. enhower essential press secret
the 23 hours our mission has The seas had worsened by talking-after 23% hours now. rift back into the openr fiter a ended," and "long live Olivier," was sentenced to serve 30 days was t g e n terms ames Harty yesterday
takeoff time, and in the two ter- He s our contact with the period ofcompa ve quiet. referring to Rear Adm. Anibal in Jail and pay,$100 fine. meeting o1 or e n muuters newspaper correspondents o a
Srifying takeoff runs, it seemed world. He has alerted, the surgi- The Roman erar- Olivierl, one of the leaders of The former Texas farmhand, whichn might l au imn e to r of the 15-room house
hthe craft must surely disinte- cal team at Gorgas Hospital, so chy was reported to b** con- the June 16 revolt. who worked as a truckdriver nthe meeting of the heaos 01 Seent of the Chateau re
R $9 grate. that 'they will be prepared for demned the uprising, tthe Sixty persons were arrested the Army, became due for dis-ate whch urchl so much d hihr
Even the power of the JATO the final -win or lose- treat- Plaza de Mayo. and were charged with threat- large while he was awaiting te which r l muh nd rs snhower will us
Sink rW fti bottles, snorting their might meant of Jim Brown when we get President Juan Pertn had ening the security of the state, trial decid. Te r n as a "le White House" wh
i r w with the full-throated scream of him to them. asked for peaceaad harony in policesaid. Five policemen were April called their election for they are in Genev
the engines, just barely sufficed We're flying and praying now a nationwide radio speh July reported wounded. The Army said after he had May 26. Hagerty sai the m n
AA to drag the plane free of the -the whole crew. Any one of 5. There had been sigi of at- Catholic sources said'church completed his ailtermandpaid By May 16, NM. Esenhower non Lke e a bee
Ssea. them would probably clobber me tempted conciliation y both leaders were deeply concerned his fine he would be returned had been t conheed, and the liked with Wah to
m ey S y Twice she rose and settled if I told him I knew he was church and state in e, past about the demonstrations in to his military unit and dis- British-America-French in- through a vt
A heavy storm early Saturday back and finally roared free. praying. But they are, and a lot week. the face of appeals for peace.. c the aserv itation went forward to Mon e
morning was blamed for the Bracing the patient to sup- of important prayers are offer- Yesterday's riot and' Satur- The leaders called the proces- eHad hec bn convicted of a Cow proposing a Big Four e b ma -b
sinking oft Cheptlot of the 40- port him, I could tell by his look ed wordlessly. day's orderly procession at the sion "completely unauthoriz- felon Helton could have bee meeting at the smmit. touch with the American ea
ton shrimp boat Lady Eve, fl that for a moment he wished I hope you get to read this. I Naval Club produced the most ed," the sources said. feony, H hn ou charen But expected Soviet demands ita
ship of pesquerias Oceanicas de perhaps he'd remained on his had an irresistible urge to write tension since the eve of Peron's Oscar Albrieu, minister of the given dishonlitora e icarge for an early Far Eastern con-
Panama. ship where the end would have it as we "tool along" through the "political truce" speech. Interior and Justice, and Carlos S-Sgt. Wilitam J. Mitchell, ference with Red China may e ace has every
been peaceful. night because I thought you At that time the capital was Aloe, governor of Buenos Aires who was his co anon on the provide a stiff test of allied ne American official said.
All of the Panamanian crew- The' kill of our three pilots would like to know about it. aroused by rumors that the province, visited the riot scene night of April 16, and who was unity at next week's Big Four The mansion is the hom
men were reported safe, but no on this mission, aircraft com- It's your Air Force and your president was going to resign. shortly after the crowds were consequently charged with rae, meeting, diplomatic officials said Andrew Firmenich, a wi
details of their rescue were a- mander Capt. Carlos L. Fox and rescue teams, scattered over the Instead of resigning, however, dispersed. was returned to his unit after today., onaire industrialst and lattr-
vailable from president of the Capt. Thedford E. Idd, who are globe. You should be proud of it. Peron called for a truce with his It was reported that when the the complaining witness against President Eienhower and national yachtman.
company, Richard Elsenmann. now at the controls, and Cant. I'm proud to be on it. "enemies" and asked for peace demonstrators formed outside him did not wish to appear Secretary of State John Foe- United Nations Secretary of,-
e said the men were picked up clark has today twice saved the Write to old James Brown over and harmony in the country di- the cathedral, several priests court. ter Dules wee reported al- eral Dag Hammerskjold a
by te Analida whih happen- lives of our eight crewmen and at Gorgas, will you? ided since last fall by thtate- rushed out to urge Cathoics not Two young Panamanian ss- most certain tha the Soviet n Geneva b plane
ed to be nearby. The boat was probably that of our patient. It's a long way to Georgia. you church controversy, He did not to join the demonstrations be- ters were involved with M4.egatlon would urge a large United States today
isr. senmann In over 2000 hours of flying, I know, and visiting hours are mention the coatrovery in his cause those that promoted them diers, andlthough th Eastern eting n t he the meeting of the U.N. eo
Acc to & enl hav have not seen greater skill and gonna be slim, once he gets on address. "are not Catholics." fled at Helton's trial, ke of the Geneva parley, mic and Social Council. .
rimpers vicinity have "are not Catholics."
volunteered tprovideshrimp to judgment. the mend. The Roman CatfliqB .hrch The demonstration was the fused to return for thMi he United States hopes that
t ede shsrrie upprted 's pe for second anti-Peron display in two trial, an, in particular, won't be He also will confer with lo
thdharmony and ordered apas- days. attracted by Communist officials on the "a to m a-o
by the ill-_fated Lady ve. toral letter on the subject read Saturday a group of Catholics talk that h meeting peace" conference here
SAInd all churche yesterday, marched past the Navy Club Duck Chin LN j ad promote kease. He will remain hor the .BI
0AM S- It was just after a mass at the shouting "Long live the navy." r one thing, U.S. officials Four conference.
$2 35 0W Asked Metropo6tan Cathedral on Pla- It was interpreted as a mild NEW YORK, July 11 ('P) eve the Chinese Communists In Pari, American,
za de Mayo that yesterday's tribute to the naval officers ac- Police held Anthony Vi d go through a longer and F h rep
F F a demonstration began. A large caused of sparking the June 16 assault charges today aft ti period to prove they have pushed ahead with
S i group of Catholics started shout- revolt. There was no violence. taurant owner Chin Li d their warlike ways. plans for the July 18
in plained that Vitos bouM a And, in addition there still is teen the Western chie
Slower pot off his he Ia 5 sign the Res wouldagree Bulganin.
TirP K e T argument over Vitos' bi. o Nationalist China's attend-
The Vitos denied the ch atee at such a conference. The diplomatic experts n t
WASHINGTON, Ju 11 (UP)charged that Ling there Mr. Esenhower and Dulls next four day must ooth
- The Army has told Congress Obowl'at him when he c meet a week from today at Western policy on subjects to
that non-commissioned officers Ju Bench ed that he had not order eneva with Soviet Premier be discussed at the Geneva
bwll hve sto continue dr choosing g was served. ikolai A. Bulganin, British West German dil
rent housing in Panama unless a In Casablanca the Big Thtee repreaentat
$2,350,000 project at ort Clay- CASABLANCA Morocco, July A tenday ail sentence wasm n Friday the experts are to
ton in. the Canal zones author- CASABLANCA, Morocco, July A ten-day Jail sentence was
ton in the Canal Zone is author- 11 (UP) Terrorists continued Imposed this morning on Eduar- OCUn port to Dulles, Britlah f
zed, it was learned today attacks n Casablanca during do F. Aldana for disorderly con- secretary Harold ac a
Army tesubmony to tbat effect the past 24 hours despite arriv-duct. .a French foreign m minister A
as made public ton a record m- al of new French President For having marijuana in her D S OUS O tone Pinay at a meeting
General Gilbert Grandval, police possession Doris Brathwaite, a Paris before the main
mittee hearings on the admints- reported today. 28-year-old Panamanian woman ence
traequeon'sts military construction While Grandval met with see- was fined $15 in the Balboa Ma. _______- ..
requests for the current lacal urity chiefs yesterday to plan strate's Court. She was appre. bigHOUm Texr uly ItU Mit l a dio. b y tM
year. W. u d ...d the cetn- effective means of curbing Mo- ended at Albrook. HOUSTON, Tex., July 11 () ted the landing by tele- TeroriS
Col. W. R. Shuler told the Com roccan terrorism and counter- Jeronimo Lezama, 34, Pana- -A big Pan American e nd radio.
mittee that the 106-apartmt terrorism, terrorists stayed ac- manian was fined $10 on a lation" carrying 18 perse e plane, due here at 715 e C
project is needed for both irt tive. charge of intoxication. A sec- hovered over ouston M landed at 8:31 a.m.
Clayton soldier families and .. A Moroccan policeman was ond charge of returning to the t loa airport today j Floro, in contact with his chief
overflow from Fort Amador and wounded when a terrorist fired Canal Zone on July 10 after he land while crash wag iot in Miami by radio to the In U.S. B
Corozal. once at him with a revolver, had been deported, was conti- latives and friend Houston control tower and via
"Presently," he said, th6 three Moroccans were' au aied until Wednesday after- board watched. telephone from the control tow SAIGON, ch
housing situation required a w- when a bomb blast rip no., The big plane, o to Misami, brought the plane (UP) T
theorized enlisted personnel to a dairy 'shop iA the od' Pebable cause was found this via New Orleans c down to "bump" the runway o e ch
obtain substandard housing or quarter, and two an u aing in the case of Benigno for more than an th oneto determine If the wheels the U
pay high rents $150 or me_ per were set blazIng by tero Vsqel a 27-year-old Panama- pilot uncertain, ww down and securely locked apparently
month) in the Republic Pan police said. nian charged with burglary. The parently defect ,Inposition. way before
amA, five to 15 miles from posts, Late last night a bomb case was bound over for trial in as to whether or '1 Flo then circled the field fuse,
or wait out the long assignment (NBA Telephoto) plowed in front of a CasaS the U.S. District Court while the landing wheels w twice and came in for a smootH The explouie
delay period for government RESCUE STRANDED MAN-An H-19 helicopter of the 38th Air suburban police statioan defendant was placed in Jail in However, the R. landing.
quarters (eight to 10 months for Rescue Squadron drop a sling hoist to a Japanese man strand- several shots were fired by default of posting $200 bail. He Floro, 41, broun ne vea ruffled passengers a no
two bedrooms; 12 to 15 months ed Shtsunai, Hokkaido, Japan. The arrat, piloted by 1st Lt. rorist at six Frenchmen = Ia I charged with entering quar- down safely -and ste -the plane which tSidy on
for three bedrooms) with con- Stanley N. Wright and 1st Ltt. Kenneth N. owen, picked up on th terrace of a villa. No ters 323-D in Ancon on July 9 1c minutes eri- left i ar1t In Pana. building
sequent lowerng- of mMale~' the Ian carried him to high round. w hart. 2:55 p.m, can's chief .la-., mA tt k l st;night. ive.


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41 VUhe Mail Bi3 h an o*en forum Pe i node of The Panamo Amessem.
t st arm resolved rotefully end ore hadled in o wholy confidential
r." o I etribete e 0te don't be im aent if it doesn't appear the
S t j d Lttn are published i n the order received.
Plas ty to keep the letters limited to one page length.
'identiy of letter writers is held In strictest confidence.
This newpape nas no responsibility for stalfments us epleisem
epiessedil letters fro leaders.
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KINDNESS AT GORGAS
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Even though I had pLeviously expressed myself to the tdi-
f liduala concerned, I now realize that the courteelet andt d-
rnesses extended to me and my family should also be made known
S others.
; We are a large service family and we have gone through just
h1bout every type of illness and emergency a family can go
Stlough. After a very shc.rt while on the Isthmus, we were Lo
PinUithat the very best of medical skill and just about every tyno
Mf specialist (and truly sp-ciallsts in the fine sinse of the wor)
was available at Gorgas Hospital.
Not only do I unreservedly praise their skill, but alast the
.ndness and trogghtfulness extended by those physicians and
yrses to the 1zembers of any family.
I would not feel this note complete If I failed to mention the
courtesy of those "behind the scenes," that Is the ward attend-
anus, the clinic clerks and the many others Involved in the opera-
tion of an exceptionally fine and humane medical Institution.
A Completely Grateful Family
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SHOWING TODAY FOR LAST DAY AT THE
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Comment:


Bn VCTOR =tM.IB
As Thursday, June 30 edged
closer to midnight, Prdent
Elsenhower and the rest of the
nation had their eyes on the closed
doors of an air-conditioned suite
in Pittsburgh's Carlton House. The
word from just three men inside
those rooms could have sent this
country either into a tailspin right
off the summt of prosperiy, or
Into the best economic years of
our life.
Thee three men were the ones
to decide on war or peace in the
steel industry. The story of what
happened at midnight and in the
hours that followed has not been


in recent ht ry.

While the world press waited
outside the doors, inside were
David McDonald, leader of the
CIO Steelworkers; Art Goldberg,
his counsel, and the impeccable
John Stephens, spokesman for 10
major steel companies. The steel
owners wee some distance away
in the executive suites at the U.S.
Steel Co. )uNldiNg. The Steel Un1i6
policy bhard waited in another
Fittsburgh hotel ,
The umno men were asking for
a 21 cents an hour-u.40-a-.
week-increase. Mr. Stephens had
been arguing wita tnem ior sours.
He had a letter with him. His
orfer was for li 1-2 cents-and ume
letter was the "linal" word Irom
te companies. It was, m eitect,
a statement to the public, talking
of a crisis in the steel industry
ii wages went higher.


Finally, the union men told him
the enas6 tney woula take would
be s 1 cents-an-hour pacuae in-
m4ea. tepnens lest loU Ift e
0wuuve oifices-where mthmot
powerful group of industrial
pokesmen ever were gathered in
e spot. Meanwhile, nmnight had
maoed. Hundreds of thousands of
teetworxers were struung or pre-
Sg to picket in the morning.
i time Stephens left e Canr.
ton' House, k was 2:31 am.
Mt over toe world, word flsh-
nit- y a steel walkout--wnica
might divert the attention of the
wiate House during the meeting
at the Summit ana which coula
cripple toe economic boom.
rulaberg and McDonald decid-
ed to go ,or a walk. The lawyer
had ordered his telephone snut
oil out it rang as tney were
about to stretch tneir legs while
btepaens tried to get tae steel
games to stretch their eo.ar.
r raner angrily a&Wlt
to tel te operator
.t 1ifly cans come rough
again.1 SI apologized. She said
i was no one on the other
end. She, herself, wanted to know
If the country, and especially 'itts-
burgh, was going to be hit by a
strike.
uoidberg told her what he could
not even tel the waiting press
corps-that he didn't really know.
Then the t men started on their
Wsk--an| the waiting reporters
flajhed Wtd that negotiation had
bro tar F. The world braced it-
self fC'what might be the "in-
clent" -hich could shake Presi-
dent lisenhower's administration.
Aft and Dave walked. A tax
driver yelled out: "What's going
to happen?" The waiter in an all-
might milk stand asked if his
frads and neighbors would be on
the-picket line. The two labor men
re ed the impact of the decision
they'd have to make. The world,
from Elsenhower to a telephone
gSl, seemed to feel the import of
what was about to happen.
They got back to their hotel.
Stephens was there at 3:30 a.m.
He offered 14 1-2 cents. Not 15
cents. Why? Because such is the
nature of mass industry today that
the extra half penny in each work-
er's pay envelope would mean
p10,000,000 more annually for the
steel workers-and about $6,000,-
000 more for the steel fabricating
workers.
The three men, all soft spoken,
not given to the dramatics of a
John Lewis, fought bitterly over
that half penny increase until 4
a.m. Then they broke up, agree-
ing to meet again at 9:30 a.m.
At that moment Stephens. still
maculate, still the imperturb-
able industrial diplomat, return-
ed. He offered the 15 cents-an-hour
increase.
Word was flashed to the steel-
workers. They began godlg back to
work. Soon they were told that the
Guaranteed Annual Wage fig b t
will come up next year-but that
they will get it then. Meanwhile
they had won-peacefully the
biggest wagi increase in recent
histo in a mass industry.
Ha4 the steel industry not given
&ht half cent-we would today be
playing for a shortage of our
moat vital product. On such tight
bargaining does the fate of mil-
ups depend.


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right, jump rope like the other kids in this picture are doing Patt wIf _. JAC
lost her left leg when she was hit by a garbage truck. Her parents ware awSmW S
Individual settlement in the state's history, but Patty would rather hav "
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as much as acting that Lat-
more was indIcted. ptAshy,
whether he perjured h W en
be testified reg&a 9 15
Laughlin Curr's offl 'ad the
easwerin of certain m0 soB
ten years before. .
NEW GOVrRNOR OF 1IA4?
It may bedendl but eoutuan
UndersCetry of attae Robert
Anderson will return to TexaI to i
run for governor. He has been 0


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gram shieat wno r, unless
S repx -s i tuck to the sr They
were to ask her the q questions
wanted to be asked, then wait f.
r pr e answers. l othe
Th rdeaportner would appem ar
s to men, git vin herd the
o th Hueas fort r lines. o
Of course, Lucas and Mollenhoff
Sios- flatly reject ted re ltumat .
SThyseatm back tnmatum of
thee t own. if she refused to sub-
mit to free questioning, thy said,
Sthey would a announce t n the pro-
gram and interview her severest.
cri tic, Oregon' Sea. Wayne Morna
In her place. over'
Mrs. Hobby thought thisnover
ST for 15 minutes, tore up tee pnr-
Spar script and meekly showed
for a o-h. lds-barred interview.
e may have regerewe It mar-
Ss fSward, for it wa aes Ia.tam t
e 0 ai here e tmouS st e
oovs neaof roCmendation s wtrhi hee e i sin t Ly o aim d
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freomrgx-Pzedsou H ey rwob d rt The authorityoforthisGermendatons wen as frby of elnatoal d se u en t
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Sob tor the hs w ie Th o a atth
WASHINGTON -(NEA)- You'l mendations within R y they chief legislative counsel of the e mInS re
team what finalgoodwillcom hin60day s. orhio-effectthe various reco n r w


Branch of Government. I President and Congress plenty of measures to implement 44 recom-I. uaraU as b
out of business June 30, but it has mendations. more balls weuill be drafted e eMrs .0hoy havse .atl S
o T s J i 3 t i t imn d a to n r kevi w 2 on thee o mver esim ateda r ug l ia te__ o v r rd t o r S n P t w em nrrat o ten fl
90 days more in which to liquidate. All the Hoover recommendations Thirty reorganization bills have ik Mry tt t e S
This means issuing final task force arp being reviewed for the Pres- already been introduced Con what tepub sho
reports and laying the groundwork dent by te Office of Organfiation gress. Seven cover personnel be told.
for the White House and Congress and Management under illiam F. cy, four medical services, 18
to act on its 362 recommendations. It Fan, in Bureau of the Budget: en tg a ency activities, two I
The first H oover Commissionit first report is expected early transpetaon policy one surplus

eithe ave f since does ole laio e Hoover Commission' rec- -nd U te r ta m
of these ecoluendt Ionar hs ommendationse bownbic an ll ea ad three restalAe i5e
been cafecod out in fll'and carried out by White House' ortfe.-messtrpeny.
part. Eleven are now obsolete and executive order, or by the various In addlon, Rep. Gordon Can- 4
66 have not been acted upon, even agencies themselves, without refer- field (R-NJ) has introduced two firm that took the Di. s
though they are still considered once to Congress. bills on his own. They would carry utoo mthe un e Cour, battled
im rtant. The Hoover Commission esti- out 4e Kwec dr task force recom. te Dorothy le case o-
One of the key recommendations mates that 50 identifiable actions mendatlons on reorganization Of ed Lattimore and ave done more
not acted on is repeated in the have already been taken in this government legal services and t an sam y other three lawyer to
second commission's finalgreport. field. But there is no list of such procedures f eight for civil liberties. With them
It urges that the 64 agencies now actions and the estimate is aex- The Senate Comiml eIt ea n in the Lattimore case was Se.
reporting directly to the President tremely fuzzy. Government Oper atilons has Jm OMahone of Wysi.
be greatly y reduced in number. It Finally, there are 167 Hoover created special subcommittee In ae ae cases they
ias considered necessary that 31 of recommendations which will re- under the chairs p of John F. take a fee, and in the Lattimore
them continue directly under the quire new legislation by Congress. Kennedy (D-Mass) to consider se they even had to pay he1
President. But 4 of them could tie It is doubtful if many of these ol atlon measures. It will se of the appeals.
reorganized so that they would'recommendations will be acted onlbeln hearings aon, probably ont Lattim ore case icidental-I
report to other agency heads or to by Congress this year., suo us disposal. ar was brought not trowneil
White House subordinates. In the coming months while asoe savings to the but in the final month Of the Trut
nIf this were done, the President's Congress is out of town, the Presi. government If all the Second math n adm inistrationh byre tiring t
bey alf In num bersIun t eina orkcdent and her,. Whi ste ouseahooveure k ih man a iviltliberti rin i t
spoas es ou e Bu t a and st sWhiate House and Hoover Co t mission's recommen- torney Gen. James MeGranery as
by half, in numberIf not in work Budget Bu reai taffs will have d v ations were put into effect are at result of a pledge he 1v 4"
load. time to review all 2o of the Hoover estimated roughly at over e ht late Sen. Pat Me Carran of Neva.I
Fifty of the second commission's reports. And a bIg package deal bIllion dollars annually. To that i confirmed by the S a
recommendations will require that may be sent to Congress in sboud be pdded a one-shot savng he would prosecute Lattimort
reorganization plans be submitted January. of over 10 billion dollars, if many McCarran, than chl an of te1
to Congress bythe President. II To aid n in preparatI onef government lending agency ore njudi coitrt b eI
either house of Congress does not l egislation, the H oov er Commissio nliquidad tteaanst eediclosedoe- basr
disapprove any of these recoimiretained Henry G. Wood, former turned to the Treasury. s an ew r LattimreoW55 r


Verdict Pleases
Man Briefly
OGDEN, Utah (UP) After
many years as a district/ court
juage, John Hendrick thought he
had become practically invulner-
able to e@hok.
That Is. until one time. he fin-
ished giving a divorce defendant
a sharp lecture and ended with:
"So. I've decided to award. your
wife. $50 per neath."
.The defasnda'et a e was cdv-
red with a broad smile a he
answered enthusiastlall: .
"Gee, thanks a lot,. and
'll to slip her a fts bucks
m now and then."

Teddy Roosevelt's
Home Visited By
175;o00 People
TER BAY N. (UP
Sthe Islnd
home f the f* Prow The.
dore 'has visited
by aoP e than pSbw ice
It wa dedicate. ni o5n by
President E nwer a nation.
ia.srie. Visitors ba represent.
ed every state and waI y foteiga
OuntrieS&. according.to 1 t6 The
lore "oesevelt Assoiatio.


e bya ge atral mediate
wearing a Ga Pbd
Aoden ,win d a ane'tes


of dee e. However, the f
spoken -,s who ha a heart of
dpg asgo home to

Meanwhile Governor SUive,
sensing be is Mo s wayout, haa
tried t cook up ad m with Texas
Seq. Price Daniel. Shivers has
wanted Daniel to give up hs Sen
ate seat sad run for ae govern
lnrship with Shivers' s! moe
Th Shivers would
t t6he Senate In Dan el's
Daniel was once interested, but
now realizes ost of Shivers' sup.
port has gone over to Anderson.
POLIICO.GO-HOUND
Oklahoma Repubcans h a v
been thinking about pulling an "Ed
Moore" by pushing alleged Demo-
crat William C. Doenges fo- the
Senate on the Republican ticket.
Doenges is Democratic national
committeeman. from Oklahoma,
but worked covertly for Elsen-
bower and was once told by
Democratic Chairman Steve Mit.
chel: "All you do is use the mask
of the' Demomratic party." Olila-
homa Republicans onee elected
Ed Moore, a Democrat the
Senate a..a Alm
en odt to ta
tagsgs ,. .: .2ia. r t
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search dh ftor as"'. at
in the GVfent MalMs
Committee had up
palMfr to CoaM. '%W1 -1jipWB
O adU Cong. Ciie.r ,
ol.-R. R aepublien -from l
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kCeoW]t" Y coveted the al
Iwe *auis and boa without
fbdig w le s and.evaluaed it
as o d tber eata.
madder said.
Co --G rd headuarterm at
Miami, .,. Marine erators at
Chirleato, S C J a cksos.
meage1ro, a "etsy LeW a
bout a. am. Saturday. Bt no otSh.
erstuios or listening posts heard
the cal.
The Luaae said the Betsy Lee
was -dreitrs about am0 es 'off
the av anna lightip but pgave
no further &UK. *111le
later a'asp which ave Its 1asme
as I the P.Mrky'" S tle r' a
life presnerve in the dis- but
othin "orte :
N6t.w g else was heard from
the Bita Lee' and the Coas-t
Guard reported there was no tug
by that dnat Known to have oper-
ated in.thli area.
Sharp said rescue planes
reached the scene of the report
within g minutes after the dis-
tress message was reported -and
boats otUy thereafter. He. maid
the CalSGuard will await furth-
er reprts-before any search is re-
sumed.


Iswb~p, hoi Vt1 1
)bmaui M 'h. a if-yu ..-"
fizrn. admitted at ena,
N. Y., that he tad him fl -uar
1; 'woan ,16anM ge Teali set
M ",Blue Star" messages eal
16r help. They *Wet arrested Ftr-
day and wiU be arrpigned in fed-
etaL court tomorrow on charges
of unauthorted use of a rIdio.
*The 'Bue Sm A" meszgsa ore
lted on a 30-foot bOat tied P
a",i pier at Oeeanlde Long Is.
land.

Sun Glasess Are
Night Menace
To Driving Cars
BOSTON (UP) Sun.glassei
can be a cause of death on the
highway.
Jean O'Brien, an American Au-
tomobile Assotlation official, aid
that, "too many motorists forget
to remove their glasses at night."
Others, she said, persist in the
mistaken belief that tinted glasses
will cut down the glare of ap-
proaching headlights.
"It may be true during the few
seconds another car's headlights
are shining directly in your eyes,.
she said, "but the moment the
car passes you're nearly blind."


M at t as not
-t'tink'tb their way
ria writteia mathematics
j.n hfa cheel, and they
ro. to wles ftut having 1ft
trmed t set itudy habit.


*,UT-The a4M .ye aflpep pitured above d a 4. a .t. bu
e, when0 It Wa bgflt.j AO. LaTourneau, lcTbs lin* deutrqer
&Ue,1 0C.Te Ak d
S Unbber ir n.* i the wei ift In diameter a 4 f thick. The 1 0-
Sllht on its ft e#i'vr match without breaking it. Yet, in its work
ee and underpI, a Bthree times the wallop it an M4 Utank. Saft
M ft own ectlse" t,
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plan on their on h lis l f- L'
erence to renting Nelon
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Iar, fab Hunter, Mona aFesI., Nancy Olson, Jams Whitmore, Dorothy
Maim. Iiaymoed I&my. Anne bkwd, portray the characters u deplt.
edby i Urls i In is novel.
The film verle n of the penmatdonl novel was pr ed for motion
lun fressMtatien by l.e author himself. All the sion of the book
h IitRO reseed an thef fm well well as the iimoraM momsit. Advt.
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Sewing Machines
Radios
Record Players
HI-FI Players
Toasters
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your family will learn to say "LET'S GO TO SEARS, ROEBUCK."
Mom, Pop, brother and sister of your family can enjoy of the
wonderful buys at Seaie, Roebuck's new stores... It is near your
home! It is so OW o O well situated for you! It is oonformtable
and economical ly |lis store!...

We sincerl you will like it, and that Sears, Roebuck
will be your favw this happen you will be able to dress well,
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blte--e. Rtems ALBUQUERQUZ, EIf
dtosten to retriger. -The final word of advMe given
to novice Uranium huatw b the
.' j s' lAee the pjetoI. professor o fthe worWs i irst ura-
dgetW otbe screw ead, nium-prospebting course was
i. arigger and the a srew "Don't. I
Irti to ie optmuin deo r of JoDn Brady. a Univeralit ot ew
S s tilts econd. Mexico graduate geoomlat Sd
S to Me "M a g n a m a t i c" uranium researcher, told his stu-
,. W ier is ts precise control dents that they would li better off
Stoue, the twisting force ap- to sink any money they had isto a
ed to .a crew or bolt. And the savings account rather than a Gei-
ew unit -functions quietly. ger counter.
It0 dedg ned to drive a screw to But for those who still have the
between 80 and 85 per cent of fever, he listed the following basic
breakinigload for maximum effec- rules:
tivenes. (Chicago Pneumatic tool 1. Get some information about
Co., New York City) uranium prospecting first.
2. Hunt on your leisure time.
Here's a handy innovation for (Some uranium bugs have been
the American who goes abroad-a known to cast caution aside, quit
compact guide to foreign curren- their jobs and leave home expect-
eies which quickly computes the ing -to strike it rich.)
worth of the U. S. dollar in any 3. Stay close to a town if you're
country. not an experienced outdoorsman.
The unit consists of a four-by- 4. Check up on your state mining
five-inch sheeto f sturdy Bakelite laws and be sure you know the
vinyl. A movable disc with cor- procedure to protect your mining
parable foreign values spins in- claim.
We the card.
o When you "dial" the card. you, The University of New Mexico!
bd out your dollar's worth in started the class after being ,
lbanese yen, Mexican pesos or swamped with calls from prospect.
wedish krooas. tors seeking detailed mining infor-
i Foreign currency is translated nation. Among the students were -
Wto units of American money doctors, la w yer s, engineers,
rom 10 cents to $100. The easy- plumbers, press operators and
V-read card comes in a three- housewives from all over the state.
color combination. (I. and M.Ot- One man even commuted from
senheimer ,Baltimore, Md.) Ardmore, Okla., by air to attend
the twice-a-week classes.
The home handyman can re- One of the things stressed in the
lacee window glass easily with a class was not to purchase any ura-.
lew kit which contains putty in a nium stock before thorough inves.
toothpaste-type tube. When the tigation. Hundreds of companies
ube is squeezed the putty comes have sprung up in the Western
Ibrough the triangular-shaped op- states having uranium deposits
5oing ready for use. and many are operated by specu-
lators who sell stocks at a penny a:
Since be putty fits the angle of share. I
4he sash and glass, it eliminates Brady said his teachings served'
old method of digging putty to discourage some of his students
of a can and rolling t by hand while others went off more deter.
fore installation. There's also no mined than ever to make a rich
pter of the putty drying out. haul.
r Te Windo-Fix kit alsq. contains
,u.tty .knife of spin; steel and a Worn Own
e of glazier's points. The ex Wom n's Own Blood
a arp points permit easy pen- a L i
Mration into the window sash, thus Saves Her Life
sviding a safeguard against
eI breakage. L'ANSE, Mich. (UP) Mrs.
1 4 air-tight putty tube holds John Brogan donated a pint of,
i0 Inches of glazing compound. blood to the local blood bank.
Goodell Co., Antrim, N. HA I Several days later she was in-
Sjured seriously in a traffle, aeci-
dent and a transfusion was ec-.
essary to save her life. She re.
ceived the same blood she had do-
S nated.
J. AKE W-JENDf S Dr. John Strobe said the coin.
cidence was "decidedly rare."

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Asking to use a business tele-
phone for a personal telephone
call is all right in an emergency. I
But it. isn't good manners to,
male a habit of using business
telephones wherever you happen
to be, lust to avoid using a pay
telephone. If you do ask to use
r".!, say what you hate to say
', !k v and hang up.
. *"nt carry on a long, chatty
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*t ovr~k rvpbeen nse tq oi oe o ow to
S, 44 Mrs. F.
eis c and MM. J. 2. asewua..Sw
3W Ingm fefar in-tastef at'Itblo 3e77a i a
I i. -.- o 9, Balboa, been di.hara from ,,.s Hos.
al m om and the pital. *Mr. M a, .ho kroe his --
widow oat)A. late Dr. Eugene, back L an as de t several weeks I Uu
ins manirr.to Doen oure last ago, will be at hisa ome in D -ia- ATI i
batuday'et nuia at tiheJ mjobls ,, .. w_ a wwBiu
I ,, at St- ,A a.thedrl., ---. -OI"
wetin. tri6 to Gatet i t oieas9f L '.J ,' .
S-. A amew class in eeramiats wil
rnear begisPdae July at7-30' a
I -.'- ... 'as s p.,,.M the .I ,b. A o-s... ,, i.
It daughter, Miss pul nativity at the lwb for n A
Sa Q. r lny r, the pups avef a de l

ai- bofuet 'tHtor for satai, which is : .
dant eyienlaw at ui1tl$ attended by both narm ,d women, tewe-n Club
I-. .- .nb. ,* PrTC Angel R.d ., -d M. ih tth d bl
Approximtely 70 meat l U. Ft. Ansidor, -.tin"- a e regular moats meetnga
yowner set were present t thu nate of the University of M of te Newcomers.Clb will be
pty ) Was hdd In the Pa- where he majored in art an. held at the home of M4. Henryl
naS t~s .c. rafts. He also has studied with OM Tryner, Margatirt, House
---* private teachers is his c ho 05 U M-A at 12:30 on Thireday, Ju-
PBe k Fro Mexico field "ly 14.
Mrs. Erasmo de la GuaMUa and Hostesses will be Mrs. Norman
her daughter, Miss Marlsel de la Registration, which is limited to Hutchinson and Mrs. D. E. Grier.
Guardian, returOed to Panama re- 15 persons, wil close Friday, Ju- Mr. Philip F. Dur, American
ceotty after a visit In Mexico. ly 15. For further information and cobnul General of Colon will be
L regiswatlnn, interested- peWins5 gue speaker.
I ts Fisher I d have been sked to call Miss DorO- Any newcomer to the Canal
At Bridal:ower thy Brickman, Director of Activi- tne four' the United states
In honoAtf Miss Donaalee Fish- ties, Balboa 102. ay become a member by con.-
er, whose marriage to Crawford acting Mrs. Robert Micek. 3-
Bost 11 I usoleanized July Change of Realdeace 2723orMr.Hwell Wynne 3-
22, Mrs. S-en Sdron. gave a Peruvian Ambassador to Paa- o80 ..ow W "nn 3
buffet luncheon. and linen shower ma 'and Mus. German Arambur Club m ,.eelins are hld the
at her r '0in .A ., and theirml have moved to C me et. Is ar hed.h
Included the of hon. Calle Ricardo Arks, dThursday of each month.
orwere rs. Myron Frisher, moth- .... *,* n. ,
rof the6 bride-to-be, Mrs. irranch, vae2:1t6ls0t1 y-iarh on the Canal Zone '- a t-
Ls.Orto Nelson, Mrs. B njamin M. atd Mrs. George Diler of eni"t for membersh .l
/ e. r. raesto Ch, Mrs. An. Lan Cumbres left by plane Sata~ re O 1 .a ry for sma
Devnih, Mrs. Lilian Ryan, day-f a six-week trip to Cars. dt en*,,,
Mrs. lyMa Dablolhef Mrs. Peg- e Venezuela Puerto, Rico, the Members unable to attend the
Slay Id, Mrs. William V V Islands, Montego Bay, Ja ly 14 metlg hbave been ask-
right, r.., irs. Peter Sa a Naiau, the Bkahamas and to otiact Mrs. Howell
!anrg, .Charles R. Howerlt, -Florida. They also w fiti Wynne, 3-3189 or Mrs. Chafles
Mrs. Williai McAllstir, Mrs. Al. I er parents i Arlin Cadd, 7-s-am25.
e -Hutoblag, Mrs. William Smitt, Vir laa, and Beverly 1ls, alf-
Mrs. Doris Kintigh, Mrs. Steven or. and complete their vaca. Camera Club Holds
rulop, Miss Dion Nichols, Miss tion with stops at Mexico City Meeting Tonight
ue. Washburn, Miss Laura Ortiz, and Guatemala. The Blant and White Division
a Sha Canlboun and. MI ss of the Atlantic Camera Club will
lereditlrsDer. Mr. and M ". Richard Mahoney meet tonight at 7:4A at the club
: -- lof Balboa left by plane for Hava- room Inj,,t. Hope.
Reverend And Mrs. Shaw na, Cuba, Friday n route to the Subject for the monthly.com-i
eted At Reception Uni states where they plan to petition "general." PrintA will
The Reverend and Mrs. Ales- a their vacation in Florida be judged by John Buran Mar-
Oader If. Lhaw were- ldfore-'as-aotafts. -The Mahoney' plao tin 8oWyer and m Lac Lev, well
reception last ev'e t at the t Central America on tilp known on the atlantic Side for
albo.Union Church Alr. An p ack to the 1thmus. their photographic, accomplias-
s. aw, witb the spc. 4 ...en.
&. to, will leaew a1n.s.a.Ph I -u Lunciew. W n.., ill


y nations may 'e. made .'
will be s treBt aMrs. Frtedmq at Slboa .
*8so a.m. .n i tr p. iaer Club neadquaer at Pa. OUR 4th OtJULY
to 3 p.m. at the school nama S.N0M. SPECIAL
211a. T. aalyde, r. Qarn Heights Women's Club '
aeo Firroum tal Will Held L achee Wednesdap has been eauended
Wilam T. Halvbss, Jr., post- The Quarry Heights W o m e n's for another week.
SIT'S A RBAL BARGAIN
DAR. Leaders Will Make A
D E SOLITS SI

3- tDay Visit To Isthmus ,"hghto.only.
-y- U 10 rnmias r vaneI@ |


MisaG &e Carrawar tof
New Ben CG, rAsidat en-
rt1 otf NStl i^oetdy.,
faushtergt of American Revo.
lMtion, and Mrs. James B. Pat-
b h- z olumbs, 0., onorary
PreMsie Genefl an -hatana
of the Natigd l p DeffC- .
tee, will leste- W gan by
wpace Thursday, July 14, for a trip
ibDAR Chapters in Mexico City
the Canal Zone, Puerto Rico and
Cuba.
I will belthe firstime D.A.R.
r@s-ider general' ,a v it ed
Chapters in this area. Miss Carra.
way and Mrs. Patton will reach
Mexico City on July 14, and will
visit a new D'.A.R- Chapter
formed in -te past two or three
years with Mrp. Melville H. Tats.
paugh as Regent.
On J.ly 18 theGy. il leave for
Guatemala for two nights.
They fiul go to the Canal Zone
O Ju and wil be the guests
tei Cair ther Mrs. Wil-
liam N. Taylr,-ltegent. A tea
an d reception is played by the
chapterr and a un thefn by the
Sof the. pter. There will
ema trip to the Panama Canal
Leeks o oher points of inter-
t, wit ceab oan the Governor of
Panamu aCaeal and the Repub-
Arri s t.S B- W, Put
PAO, on Sat-ady, Jny 23 Miss
-%nPYi PttfnIt I will
the guests Gallor'
Puert Rico, -whose Ibmd is
w a. &member a tewfi Ie of
the Unieanity of P!uer io i eM
fosmesly iaw then eB%- se.
of Eduesatio of K nflSTM
Chapter Regaet is Pauteto Ii is
Mn. It. -t-Ram- doia n;
on July 25 the Pup 1 lice


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Chapter is unveiling a plaque In
honor of General Nelson B. Miles
and, his troops who brought the
Ameilcap Flag to Puerto Rico on
July =, 1-5I .
The j*aLup will be placed In the
etMl 4of Guanisa, the town
at whMic m American troops
landed. The unveiling is set for 10
a.m. Guanica is on the Carib-
bean Sea; San Juan is on the At-
lantie. *
Miss_ Carway and Mrs. Patton
will leave San Juan, July 2, and
go to Cuba to visit the Cuba
Chapter, Mrs. George A. Curry,
Re They will return to Wash.
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Now-Faust

COUGH

RELIEF!
Vy -. Oeat Is raw and sore
from ee go don't delay .. get
Suckb" (--dlol Mixture right
away. Few Nffw a spoonl of
thsd speal me"eat1 ... hold It
I yarw nouth a stuer then
Iale Walows it. Fe it pread
Ca yaw throat... knm f upii
M6 thick chokng geu-laden
brass ..e Welcome ritef
deep dwn to t chial tabes.
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tney were druiped out of their studio-
to walk the remaining me miles to the"Io
The lnstzotioMu earee from direeto.Ramo
wanted the ;jt o leeook properly thred:aa
OWitng of- ji~i bike sequence. The i
W1roerCoS110 I3of 'ATTLB CRY" is beeS
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- ?resh in'a tightly closed canister
or caddy, j
'Start out wit*-tresh t.a andtrsh
a ,fecold from the $0i. i g
Sof-ft when k thepp off the 'eI t ad pout
and told tea. Cover and it t- d
to a ... S ,Bta- Take olat 4 t 1 bgo
1l Walsh. who at Je.l r u you nse
d hS- er -theo t strain the teala into pchnr.
g- E ; t' .ep th e 'Mkat' r& t mpera.
an -l 3S ue ulro n1- serving if m., covered.
" btthting Never, under any circumstances,
%11" Usf-tre. lPut the tea into the refrigerator.
Av. l you do Ita' likely to eoud.
S When tea turns cloudy, you can
bring It back to amber clarityby
*adding a little boiUing water.
Cloudiness doesn't affect flavor or
quality but most of us don't like
the appearance of it. Be a spend-
thrift with Ice.
Plain sugar-cookies go much bet.
ter with iced tea than rich or frost-
ed cakes.
I S Golden Sugsr Cookies
I (Mas M 4bes)
I T A 9 Three cups sifted flour, 1 tea-
spoon cream of tartar baking pow-
der, 34 teaspoon salt. 1% cups su-
gar, 1 cup (2 sticks) margarine,
3 eggs, unbeaten; 1 teaspoon va-
nilla.
Sift flour, baking powder, salt
and sugar together into a mixing
bowl. Add margarine and mix t
In with pastry blender. Add eggs
and van a and mix with a spovs.
Chill dough in refri rator, at least
LU q f lan hour. On a wel-floured board
or cookie sheet, roll out a small
amount of dough at a time to %-
inch thickness. Cut cookies with
flured large round cutter. If
very If dough was rolled on a board, re-
Smove rounds to a cookie sheet. If
dough was rolled outon cookie
)rise sheet, remove excess dough from
around cookies. Sprinkle cookies
with sugar. Bake at 375 degrees F.
(moderate) about 12 to 15 minutes
or until golden brown around the
edges. Transfer cookies to wire
l d. rack to cool.
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-. ma ,.eull uaan. n et e. ... POI. SALE: Updright pIane FOR RINT- Large furnished .iO. M SALIu ing Peasdm.WaUatos
Apt. FOR SAL:-951 Mer$150. 1549- J Gavilas Read. epaitsment, sitablte tf Esf Se mN. rTRSm COTTAGIES. w- il- i rve fori eatS s duaetl
I FOR SAL-PlaneO almost new RALe:-1951 Merri lMin S Phone 2-3055. e Ihas balcony, tie flee and *pau SSea. Chs. Lw ra Lmes.- taseo e nrp ek ea. Idel by 0 P. u.s
EMENT, LIFE Convertible. Duty paid. Cell Bel- all eed. h l e se, Phone e 1 fr e a is.
RETIREMENT$. 550; G.E. washer 25-cycle| iebee 1077 before 4; elae. FOR SALh--Cmte, made light amitable stor a ge Oreg tShop, 700 B alboan_"a
1UCATION INSURANCE old 100; bl ndedern 4121 after p.m. BargainT. dme furspa tw Shas rale o
earTw..bledsin tteere;ki.dneu ye lr m o ---------- fu.atte -".n .cis fw P- Iunqir ft S k ...at achaitSnt1 aCl Telephone
table.sk o sot$.-",Thempeslk Sat1772. Help Wanted Positin Offered

phone aPlaUS 32-0552 FOR SALE:-Fantastlc BargainsI Ferd StatienWagson. 1elbe.e 2- supervi, Dynfelw., Rcd.C. FOR RENTAN IN.- M W for e an a .
Dining rom sets 1.60. Modern co________ nditen. CaHl between 12 and ishe- Rooms rwns s a sleep in. INS*o &* year. Sinr.fim.
living roem sets 144.00. Wrd. p.m.. 3-2789. s Ing. r, bHldem ,itch. w A ei1l s Ae. No. S. Apt. 1. Rdc C-.
,,arn e tt & D u n n 4 .0 ;Kt.,hen .ms ,o SA L, S-- g n a l ,4 MS.- .. 2.7f "r o 'kth"e.se.l,- --.
iiitt .I .iWDesks 36-.00, Center tabletIS.-She : iuhoinlumu Al2p Hw-1..ANCONhZ..Cse ht. Sell. Yb
I altra .Dance Studio 00. Chests ef.drawers 22. 00 2_ to. Mex1co Ave.r69,-near.I'E-s4'3ur!d, 1 St r Pe3 5 B.Job.M aster
Teaches. N ill yeullearn. A_____H___ V_ _--P.one___5---_--.esO--Wh o l
miO Double bed springs 100. eMt. lO 1211, CRISTAL. c Ir. P R .N-., u I ..ear 43rd B lS Of Whale Job Of Master
C o emusesfi s e ils 5 lIdo I4th St. m FOR RENT 8,000,000 Yearsen Aboard
a en % n .For Infeormation Imen ly payment. No co-signerD i n a
traltes I'alboea 3-4"11 Or HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE, No.a- r uuusnv*owiesuhFOR RaNTs-Numlas 2-bed. O___6 _
SUZ uy1 x Seal- hon-Yates Issue ru FOR SALE: Nhely fured USNSAKL-
toFOR SALE:e-2tem.ts o et tower, Mabmoud Abdellatif, m mplgn FOR RENT.--,Apese, 1t. tEl Panaea. Phone 3-6074. --Scientists dug ntodayfor,tehil
UDIO EL PANAMA HOTEL I ..... ,- ,a,,, .,-a. tr pt m. .ab|...lR 4 .m e k -.o,,. e J A t oMaste odr o
mattresses, single; gerden hae; 51. stood precariously today on M RStreet No. 16, Via Peas. Tel--FOR- bonea aS a .00,O-ea* Service Carbie nApers.tCo
e ps; chrs; blinds venti the narrow top and shoutedto ephe -2 57.. FOR RENTwhale.. has announ
ears, and years to be" d; prch blinds; I step ld- five pounds or mp.. Gore DTe an Miscelaneou Prof. A. Tonglorgi a palaeon tion are lt ccep ithe
lumnOPArTORC der. 6 ft.; miscellane.os.. C.ll o out critic o ti ad FOR RENT-e stem reaNm at mea fPriit 8I0f Yeteit8n ea aathre UNSll.
Ar.a. O.L, FOR otlyyent. We e around the foot of the UItow- said today hie will try tf-o make 14.221 Ameder Guarrao. Ap. this area appeared c r
Drs. .a mR PO Rd IL L C FOR .SALE -Rafrle ta r W est-od ar und ple Dali-otha b te 609-A e a cetacea s o A if ic at -a t be U1 A lti7
Pm er Grdu.a IIghouse 9 cu. ft.. excellent r leaded: "Don't kill your- the controversial Issue and impor- ply Bolind ate029 Ave. a cetacean some 13 1andI
LN condition. Als louvers ( a / Sheikh Abdel." ant eof the 16 pedetial B P e475.tmed to have 2,ena and ould Coast
P| ird.tf veiud b rl te part. de WASHINGaTON.. ul UP,)iseGuau a tro.? onfeotoSServicesoe. y0o

|cndt ln24.A -s 2.l62uSs (i se, Se kh g AbdeL capdal n. 1-h- aro reearsy Sacretay oGeorgaemon wrealnle Cci af twas y- h u
| HI UVnLIU} ma r reenpou ined, eL, h.,. por f ther- T'en onese tlle y."t whenet lum y h eci a IICoy- rvefebleG *"** e -,
SI CH i r., vertical adjust- e rod e atd the e Gorhe lted as other important rti pln to help finne a mul- e

In A lgeds. May seen am time d Taher arrived to join the f ed, however, to bedratween out-bon doUlar roadbudig pr A I K OS ra dsollAU .cale searh under
Sto pA T-. At rn. Ph ne 5-351. eplading ch but i h on hother e may be a vice pre a t E N li V



h:^SS eMoversl S hee ikhme.aringpredice D m r at llnoh E a y r.. stpaieisr wll (UP' Peden EtAKsd 'S TON IG
PEsteatses i Witaset -o I Sheend and wa r killed shiidental candidate. WASHINGTONey ledy has told (UP)- way for more bother. Eofe tt
S _Ob__to Bran oding the D ixon-Ytesila d 1 0 Treasury Secretary Georgf the Msub. e e t Gettysburg Pre





1 \ and pta ile h^ bltroacat "a fac from beginning t I o" Humphrey hat approvkayed the tax ran Church where AbrahamDemo
Lert n t S .....a n "1"- PanS M" w"" 'avp ra character- p Frid that it was "ag per. colsn once worsw lyhipped. H '-'Iu "
PANAL / creiw h no rA Mamers Of the Gore listed caethe impotan et crlc ptable way ohelp financing The chief executive stopped the, to w s si
Produces ModerI NG .A. Bon&Motorted the five campaign for issues "the FBI etween-bi ron dollar road building pro. three ties to give y
lJPi aDily p s, n ad formationn) ney adb"the partnerships he subcomtee-like the full David a personal history lesson o
rl e P. -ne 3-0279iFS tALhEift twl them to the Sheiah, but the between their plans for build- Senate-rejected Presidet Eise events in the blood battle which


Si. resident t senhower has aid e ent bonds outside the nation ederac. ;
b the contract will be cancelled if a debt to help finance his 101 They examined Little Roun ,
l- M i do. I it turns out emphis is firmly ded. billion-dollar highway program ine Top, Seminary Ridge and Devil'








mk"t p~M.= k 1-0m ni6 BON Nemo"yhJuly 11 () enough aleiations will contin- d -cated to supplying its own pow. the nel t years Den" Ao l ligwed-_"rominty l. 6 i t ., n
i I et GeLrm.ldefen. rti e to rinb to make up the er instead of getting it from th aae ep the battle which raed from July i
ners $ CaDNftoiB4ulyo0w life babree hrsl Tel- 0twtted dohtther wd Teso Valse sthopit thee B rmesde souricemlsaid1 the rdea




;-m rrearmament, Iniormed Bonn Wehrmaat. w from an new Dixon-Y ates program over 10 years, Coupled his Southern forces. Gy urg b -- .. .





Government sourmeA dicloaa to- rat a Memphis Ark. Con-it other states and local hiah- h "urac hM t where Abraham
S. Soe of the first volunteers grss has also acted t mhe waty spending he o estimated his Mrs. Elsenhower and David'
SIn place o ther oral will be sent to the U.. and Canroet. proram would mean an over m other did not attend the com.








K mates oa two to two-and-a- ada for prelmgnary refreshern Gore said the primary functions outhay of 101 btion dollars mulion services with the men of nANTA CRUZ os W n*
CHICAGO, July 11 (UP) -How- half years they b&lieve it now course offtelaDSsalde of the FBI are the aiprehension Democrats on the House su b. the family at which the Presidentw "The Were 1pendabt
wa Rushmore, a former C w take mure ke fve criminals and uardi the com e aid they would report heard apraer that he and other








lt and now editor of Cnfl raise, equip and tra, e new Officia said it will be at to's security and a steam plant to the parent group tomorrow a chiefs of state carry "pure ando o hBnho
ing from his hotel room here ct, t o ad. of lteers begin before the their one. The federal contribution would be ference.
Cr nearlyl2t 1re 3 11116 m et a ISbeat, il Netl- o theer are c a sebt at o2,00,000,00 and the states They Rev. Clxde BrowLin d
elected safe at Butte, Mont, pted that in to ay, prob- preLidel ... share at l ha y billion, sermon, aser tdhe adivesvi
Ssaid today. e nl n by October he November of Raetu member theon anc e from the "hypocrisy that l
Pe lae faid they learned pRush- I ton thete e- 1 commiethwards of 13 billion of the fed- prays for peace but nai t h
AoDe'. whereabouts from an a enob hmnaea ,wth. "unsavr. c r 000 era1r share woTulAd be raised by hik- rows nor cares for the things Ps in o gnyk alnad
Shoeus telephone caere A check _, Aat timetable depend -Thc e lier tw l take a s,"ores As d the m tine federal taxes by one cent a that ohe for peace." L Ue
it uce showed ush Cisncellor Konrard Aden- n the FBI to att to train e rogn on gaaolrine, our cents on Heoree med to "grant over toun ..
mei ...... ..a Io M,? mt "oviWnmett Meehg sle to -Aer.th Cero i eao d oJunior uel, ur cet on trucks Thy children the fu Davidgrace tory be w
p lost Floey Hotrlini n. ShofIfhs tpariameet by tf bout their pans heror buld-my. ste areend President Els M. events in the bloodbttle whis .
te inaid Ae. ne. / Ig Ie be' f topltea- w1 pound on large truck tires. This dov s.rked" For the chiefs of state Con.
S we to Butte "n business onl chn t Eisenhower has sid eent bonds outside the naontion bl pro.l_ ,imI e intro- a .idGT e pary f nto ns o out of t1e0 Treasiiaye wisdom."e m o





hTh would not elaborate but inwnthe erdary before fac butil token o FIced in a about a Pee thEriew t iFuose The senate autoed.a hiv Theamiawicteesidare W
ar sources said Rushmore made er of yang Germans ca r from no It wl pted tMe mps Robmly biion-dollarghwayprogram, wil11 opSeminaryi Mde-adSi '
e trip seeking an alle Co- be put in uniorma.' tuhe end ofr m early in ns a a te aomad of geds tmg it frome out o the (battle which raer from J
t Party eader W m ad Thave revised more reallatic 158 before the am otfaer ached-Tenee Ve y A u t h o r em t he T preatry. Bu ptrr wskdt a has July 3 ndtinay saw the de
m a w a their op ia Lawrence- is timetable now smthapes up ome.o uled 340,000 nte supply con- Sbe OecreP r passed down the word that he A great of Gen. obert E. Lee :an.
.lslmore had told friends here tment, ore thsorme ad. cr trome newted. w Dxon- would provetor 10 years, dbuplding touthern.row oresn, ft ederal contrbuo

e eio l te g moverhnmentaan tfo litMt in West Memphis, Ark. Conwhl or states and local hinhl
te- Hne e ds ha bla othfai thes es ua lsnate aiso ,uaton-eteanvolunteersare stk athew,10,.e d ,i a d he state Mrs. senhaowerde ar, vid'i



al. "I e fthee oewronaswibe sat to the U.S. and Cyn-,roe rrar awo mean an overalmother, an o divide n es











st osa ught at d on a o te lev- Th r beo p. r An Snode r soa n itl 7 *
Grs aefWednedaatonatalbls. fncin "advance clearance" b a nore the year.o th ythan.
UmA Ofwootw-l r n-m adsafor, Prelinry"refreaher"o Go sred mada c rofip vo t1 billion roler o e t Ithe iE:l
AGO, July 11 ( -How-ha years th enowalid. the FBI re appreen herocts on the House b.the fesly at which the residentheWe
aRumore, aformerCo taker live of imals and guardg thetee they wo report heard a rayer that he othe
mu.st andnoweditorofCnr-rseequipaan ew OfMs saidI t'will bea ttion seurit7& sam nto the parents Houp tomorrowachies of state rry "purearn t
_eial maga .zine .who had benal -Ii.ooon.ngas0olinman Weer-, foutr10-mcenthstasterotrainng inMemphis,,snot incuded Inei-i13year $u,80,000,000 program. holy wisdom" to the Geneva con-


me ha.romegishotelroea ". hrmachttoen ot tres a. O. tor sOlsutheregis ndeJore therthar one. Th uele per contributions would beh cfhirence. th grac
'ori nearl ythre F t ays, Hte l teen Oia h I itawill bae4 b lat first non-veterthnvolunteers areD Secrsete y e2,100,11NO0 and thosatesiThe Rev. Clyde lt. Brown.inhs




t st atueo abe l ted -thttoay, prob-lll, ar t sermontaske tordlne aer
nsaid thoy were-lRtish- a tosum, Eithe oLo 1 a .... I Twoud ofn larbion of the fed-oraves for peace out nether









11---eat twhereabo Buttsnss be ties0to boi b p rtaieWrAS I T July Uwe r He I)- da a beou 13olari- tohes ouhtrT oryp he and h olys
sol n owelaboR .eb OnCshar elfor Konrsd t adend-ue8ss C abtoinr aI-nonnsidoent Eisenhowerntoday -.nrno te aseed Goe to grantywoversoto













bUNrTED STATES ern aotw aoeBh toib f beni re. wowise
th i. p ek e s .edCo r bue %pu ovrm e un t e ola yb2 e innto fa lo Ino a eSpcet ostrnpatymDyIraahe w ...p ents ,u ds c o fmt a
in tbsFind TleyHotel".lbusesadTr. But aler esd.nt10 hensas
alia Wtey were to tlnRwtnoan ow,-sMhapest = up some 0 .tW- uled ...sourab .l. "l on. p- I NGT,. July, 1.(tlp) _1 would ve ave roabo ut 1 i b illon to moro so "T-e vPug at 6,annhol
os went to l fure pnds bties."nlao twhits:e'be bghtrbill..roall*Mbe -come out of ha.T'eas, wisdom."
"et e would not elaborate hut othwas etrw e nowe a Marut.c a 0 eokentuced ,AHousident, Ei sensaie d au c- lebth natesen ot il ude'o me .a a.I St Cbute.e'
tile p ekinganallege.dwil- be put Innuenhso... .ce 'hfbenhef sond os said Nuapy- death it "a- W..ae.sreea
here WednesdAr e a e.iayln. a f civilpes up himed i .louep,000resssedqtryndehindordoA pede wr_,ysr eIi a nwlbed uy 1 last
soughtol df ioendsbereasiislkethi: .s a.cry, how whe,, arkM. ,: 'adrvet caranc byeforetuheb ea.lltVa
msje ma hsaretrnee o hwasThe Wlat enoHouent a sdirPthatdesbowerihaluheasomm adpera-" hoice.. group voted itsapproval. 1s.h,
me masyoJam the Nav s enplit a tin hards co a= "willnamshille NC last w eek rnat.,f
him Reebelievedtson,&te nform er aDi desiHp -ttW
shftlyTafier. nythelehadWkUhe. OfWPIeYr .Ut
had soum.teaaonta., n!andptbeynofodffreeraandse sriouslyMurray.. .... co.
oTre.da'. A Nut some prob-p(UP)-SqltrFraweedk"ew.e"rth

b eF ro H w asdria t h- .a. p e De- n ] .-d Austraia July 11 -- e.
CAIlt aytingtbe wenit!"dXer- "us assilor ad 'nvolving company'he British publisher who "dlscov.

by as-hoh ad"l=d--futrhe a oWe of.. cRecordsl"d during a vacatiotn trp '
..r.b....g.bs Qtil reChangers here.p e He wa s o
a is to p it b s up' Ie Pr pif s w d isloed.Cen tl Defe s Newnes h js o edsI geuw ek oy F
spelnds moat of its r ifebe veterans oV the former e m Ampliflers isaid'he Char 1..-w th Sir Arthur .onole. t hen aI l )U-6e,
egg toadul-ina maeadf e alinr ex- little-known wrter, offered the
futr eeocwtillwhft cer wR ean aof flret w fit Sh.rlock Holmes stories to ..u. ..
wItew'patt ofsDeputyDn-na thE mmHdfunstrand Mag-
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I luat m 4 ab.) It looks as though South should
S StLabod I would, it .Wa .had the .a eIrt
TAMib I | to open his a gleton tap.. ut
Swhen W.. t ma s his barI oe
T Starshcous baMen lace te cowuract by very *
.Icarerai play.
I* b IA Wet ruted t he ku lf t he arts
ofS3 1eth lose two i a"n- i or mnedt
If. ,. 'trumps. booth saW no need to
m draw trumps In a hurry particu.
SlarY lcsince there would be a need
eventualy. Ilao Bouta led a laow
I -club at the second trick, preparing -
~-. \ to give up two trick in that suiL B
East took hir two tricks and In
then led a di song, hoping his T
partner could con ute a trick I a c
tha st. I pqlsaer U66 the diamn --
ride to dummy's queen and rufted
af another heart, noting with interest
the fall of the ten of hearts from
st e nd. If East were a

I ^ W ::*? 1 M., ,- M P r- i .. .
S. sa ed. the akm oaeil,
Q A-Behind t orn a sita ow diamond from the
th6 "eEn to ,,_ had __a__e of J ttr ord Win the '30's, mai k my. He then took the see of
A .*F l ,-s.m r', w-ho a ke ao gad amod d .followed with the
At at g -i' m rthe of diamonds. Much to his re.
Swat so .hakenstho at I thought Mly." ie, both Oppoets followed to the
t l d l. r he .m ind A .. ace he st club and could afford to ru
time ad makeup .my mind" n .l.. I ml th dummy's lowest trump when
er to com.bon*aju M 1es '. We vedrWest discarded.
That's M a Scott telkig from met. -t Vweot along fine when 1Declarer led a third heart from
the top .of ier heart.about the we 4t. We discovered we hate&bhe dummy, and East ruffed with F
movie carlet that tarted so bril- the same peopp t he nine of spades. South knew that
lnAUyl w.b "One Foot in Heaven" Roger .is a rhi. m ratedlast was out ofcl dubs and di.
anid "Cheers for Miss shop in the Adonis eaguWe. But h6 pro. oands, so this play made It clear S
tn abeupi'y eame to a standstill, tests: "I'm as long in the face as .*at East was reduced to a bold.
s's lacki the flicker Jop Cal. I I succeed ng of four trumps. T
lu. S ., ,....*.ate this .sn ,s4rwadine can ha After brief thought; declare
war" as e t of apomeback. If I don't, I ca overruffed with the queen of
Mli1'in"'Th Tn COSf* SaWyes get ijob with )Vat Dianes padres and led his last diamond,
a;e.w i. se si rae m, sas a cartoea st. T't how t rufftting in dummy with the jack.
ws.Ju J4 I o W starte._ E. ,sat overrutfed with the king and
.JAwSlt d .w 'me Wt0 b &ofe waison: Ann led the seven of spdes. South
me. IVlJ.-- good Sherfida Qbucking the old-time thereupon fineed the eight of
S VI ne sJI .ri ".Come Neft Spring." ppades, thus winning the last two
_a.t 5e "e pl.uesmse are in a sn ,tricks and his game contract.
Wj* sle^p .on,, n -were _1eri ,* .oil 0 -,- I
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,a: B .- n -. NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UP)
.z a Em the miA s State Water ire, u -tr in ght place e but at
= 140i StateWawr S th wrong time, caused $5,000
pad. by the ,efswhen -,has what it (beVqg 4 the tirt damage. The fire bu d 75 tons o
sterte his ubvit h knBOW- ag. *uti ees. S.i radar. wa$enurvey oe- wiring at the municipal ncinerat.
a--t-f'h, "TViS te~roloi9t.s Th'. a. T o. t or. At the time, most Of the city's
_rea pe 's. 1 ead.,, View ad claimer two lives and took firemen and fire apparatus were
Nor h the ranks of ant. P0,000 worth of damages. nolved In a parade.
: Hoywood biaqters, eithr. -r'
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wipeo l o.tk chance on you..
1 hid to ave roles to get where
I am sa. s n had to give great White Fleet
them to' e.. .
"It to George Gobel 10 years New, M Servi"ce Arrivep
to bec e ia par. I'm glad people Cristobal
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-;CAGO- (UP)-The armed from atomic bon py-product to i w ant b'ausmLeea : Lash iaII tat
sre meseekingways to harness produce e"eteydti. s Arm VOU WUOU IUta IJ I Di S UCI 11 W II t i
tom In smalwaysf rpme i Also under B, dv!by the Arm if you wan t -Bourl at its. .
Senae -hese daysa, aeording is a radiation detct, which .
report from the Illiol In- takes up about as much space as
Sof Technoloy, a package of king-size eeigarttes.
Army and Air Force, for It ean measure the ameMnt of ra. K r
pie, ire testing storage bat-ediation absorbed by a person mGREEN RIVER, Alm rcia s o u i*
, les than halU a cte inehI from a nuclear blast, according .
e, which utilisis the rays to the ITT newsletter.

ALAN LADD .IN BIG ADVENTURE SPECTACLE *I kY.
"THE BLACK KNIGHT"
STechnic xt Thursday at the "LUX" Theatre and bars.
So at al,. leading bodegas and bars.


You read The Panama American


u'a fine presence and voice made Andre Morell, one of
ritn's best known classic stage actors, an ideal choice
or the pit aot Sir Ontalake, most famed of ICing Arthur's
nights of the Round Table, In Columbia Pictures' "THE
LACK KNIGHT," starring Alan Ladd and Patricia Medina
: color b Technicolor release next Thursday at the LUX
theatre. It -s Morell who teaches Ladd the arts of knightly
)mbat in the new spectacle adventure. Advt.


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In Yesterday's Games ".-. .,uI Station iUM"I,..NU- e' ...
NEW(YORK, JulyP11 (UP) ThetAmecn sia A I. ... ..

their National League rivals but don't be surprised T was e e fy or n-- .Lo..p e Ar- -da ''
-A-Sarsr Oe tun of'- the .ree-00 eariwine-Nlmna
it Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle & Co., turn tomor the ; t shonl o ,TANDINGh hd to. outdo the ITnsLe- dea I u %Y
row's 22nd mid-summer classic into a slugfest. of year in tDer. waps m STANDINGS behind theo outdo the s u e- unt he fie
SVirgil Trucks and Sandy Con four other to get Atlantic Basketball Leane t fished in secn ac. lengths ahead in the home-
ima Mantle, shortstop Virgil Trucks and andy C-th lead at the start and never Won Lest Pet. T race for high t lao stretch thanbred tothewr. -TBDA
arWte Kuima' and third-base- suegra combined in a vehter was headed in the mile and onel Naval Station .... 7 .778 as tight as a drum Don, e en fnezsed fa to the w
1 -Sini .an a demon- to ive the Chicago White Sox quarter test. At the finish, Swaps Gibraltar. Life .... 5a .500 Hall and Richter Il g thick t oXthep byonelength ahead of (it Gae)e-
.Scrday, a.es 4-2" triumph after the ,Indian. ~a -ix lengths in front of Powells ........... 4 5 .444 the fight. Doran.led.Naval. 8ta- .. the ablow ntelrthnS MaheadttS
sfr'e',re ~w1V hot bats won the opener, 5-2. All-Star ..Fabulous Vegas." "Jean's Joe" Universal Sports .. 3 71 30 tio0's ridP 7 nihfrvetory wi whlch wound up with a late Wrtits 000 00 .
.th combined own of six rookie Herb Score suffered the ran third. 22 points and bogotbha ws rush. Mirzatoat wa only head Smans w-
runs and 13 runs bated second-game loss for Cleveland The Rex Ellsworth entry was FRIDAY'S RESULTS r son total to i7rzer Hall had t oi Barge Tw l, Persian riend (6-)i,
S l, the quartet produced although Bob Nieman's two-run clocked In two minutes and bad anght for the wiers and ont and Mon Rou a "'
Sin 27 at bats for a .407 homer off Mike Garcia actually three fifths of one second... Powells 68. Unlsports 62 scored only 9but atI holds on which were noses apart at a .
With them showing the produced the winning runs. In good time considering jockey Naval Station 73, Gibraltar 66 the scn place with 15z2.3ene Wwre noe&prath
the A:L.'s eight starters the opener, Art Houtteman gain- Willie Shoemaker almost choked WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Richter, who has i aced f.ibral- gwre n Countess, a co-favorite Pit rgh e o).
m t.. -t-.254 average. ed credit for his sixth win with him with a tiqht hold. The time Olbraltar vs Universal Sports tar in every game-he has played, with the winner, disappointed Philephia sg 1 00 O
e national League's sevcn relle! help from Don Mosal and is only four fifths off the- track Powells vS Naval Station netted 10 points i rAfl niht with a comparatively poor per- Negray (2-2), Miller


Suszewskac- handsomely to score their th swa went off at odds of -o championships ecame extreme re .. .. ...... 5 1 2 11 ndMerry on M
Sstforthe omer, No. 2 and 10th wins respectively. 20 and returned the legal Min- anly remote as a result of Prd. a ? 17 rivers. a
the Cincinnat sluger and mum. ..two doll Swa rs and 10 cents. games. Naval Station, driving to- Queada,. .. k, .. 2 0 1 4 J ul (iln Vertloord a Minat (andt lAtw
Shondenst, Ern Banks Conley truck out six battles There was no place or show bet- waris championship No. 4, an- lton h, Ed .... .. 1 0 ( 0) and Merry Mason ($11.
S uk d drove in i ay's one and yielded eight htn e as the tine because of the small field. tined running roughshod over Raykournr .. .. .. 9 0 4 18 60) were the ownly mld longshots a (
ta Milwed aroo ukee Braves ran m heir In other stakes "Highry was un" their oppseton with a 73 to 6 Rob ette .. ...... 1 0 1 2 to register as omn wh After ic rd in a -'
2 ge Td ..wskl ac-ihandsom treak to sixcor e the wo the Brooklyn Handicap off at t wi over the ecndplace .01- Smith, Dudley .. .. 5 .2 0 1 4 Mev and -Mer Mason In genuie lw a me) i0 S
o her 'll oe ra .393 with a 7-4 decision over the New York.. ."Misty Morn" took braltar five and canst Increasinge oapreve. s .......... 3 2 17 0
SIs oh i ni h All-Stu r Redleg. Cinci mumnnat bounced the Molly Pitcher Stakes at attention on the other three 31 6 13 68 The dividends: W ,ke 0100084I)2 (. T.91Ga
a ,Cnyted shist lath homer of back, however, to win the see- Monmouth.. "Greatest" scored teams that are rouped far e- Universal Sports .0 ( $6, Nordman (3- Mnar ad r
S kartoe hi the Bost onRed nd .game, 7-eiht on Wally Post's in the Miche an Mile at Detroit hind in a close battr for the Simons, Carl .. .. .. 5 6 2 w FIRST RACE only mtlanddlon.gh 3 bott a
t e theSBaltimosreOrl- two-run ninth lanthg homer ..n."Judy Ru slah" Won the Lasish League's second place trophy. Moser .. .. .. ..,.. 4 2 5 10 1-Verti acorda $15.60, 5.60 2.20.u racingSeo ae, PB
20- The blow sent the Red and leave the Braves 11% Stakes at Arlington..and June Universal Sports, the team Constantine .. .. .. 0 0 0 2-AmericanMa 2.0.2.20. 8 )ah -adRe, Crna .
gieS-0kttadsIn the fiirsg games out of first place de- Pete" took the White Mountain that ranked amongdthe prlae o .01-S0thDudy .. i2 0 1 4 r-Nevnriend Cna$2m2.20.
wln o.W,,..r.^,o-sea. Conover ..-1S 4. 12.9 3.... :- ot $2.2. ^. -2 ,
gnnnthe ha thrally at stera17-7 pace since June Handicap at Rockingham.ndi8,.af a v its, on nauedtheir.Hayes. 3 2 1 8 -DoubECNDEklyn P101000000
sthI game Arroyo scored his 10th victory d h h a sr2 04t Tennis Tourney Wd e dropped thoko< first h Rl.
I l, w -ar .93 wt h a deesion over the New York.. epreMisty Morn theook brdicta ntPW squn-cGbralta Miflw fg a ptpee oe (Vertic a d We m14 Katt oa
ygre fnro s entreh tM.r Redleis. C innnat bounced the Molly Pitcher takes at atWin-tention on the other three 28 Gibson, ob .. .. ..2 122I 68 The Iden) .ds: o Nual. (V, ertar
efttace andlontitwo ganes top- over nthe Chicago Cubs. ter"u Hope in the senior boys' sin- point agu' seodtack. Capalbo .. .. .. .. 4 1 3 0 di-Veitgatstra) $1 6. 20 Ne ls, Pb yu d ee.Mm-
Sthe econd-place Cleve. The Cardinals backed him with glesa 8-6 6.1. Leslie. playing a Herb RPybourne scored 18 for Brian .. 3 4 15 .. .. W.. 0 0 0 0 2-A Ie M .0,.0. ai ()a- i, ran. -ll
,off tas 3-0 lad In the firs aio11-hit att ac e k that included trong back curWht Mountain the W rWanked among'the pre-se Conover ........12 4 29 --Newbrighn $2.0.o


Sa homer by Stan Musial and from a close first set, and out- Besides -Raybourne Ramon -- 2-Radicl 2.20, 2.20. ki and Cooper.
te the A.L.' t three hits by Schoendlenst. Played his',opponent in t l eyes ided the wing cause 28 20 13 3-urvey$2.20. ArroYe (10-3) and an. asld s ,
eA de unfdthmin 6 Arroyo netWith 17 points. Naval Station One-Two:7.40.


Ad e ir'ft s iltoWile Ma singled th oed may Naval Station widened their Hall, Jerry 414.. 3 3 0 9 .FOURTH RACe tl lle 0 Ot.le t
She we Brooklyn's drawn-ip nfe 10ield against three ses wth a work- t 1955 lead to 2 ames wi th only Alegus ..10 2 5 2 1- riland aandstrimKt. 2.60, 2.20.,


?p wrnnhn rl anhb of rat5 games left on toe schedule and Doran... 6 5 22 2-Tuira $3.80, 24g0. No
St ~ ly that gave the New tter that gave eaed Lesiys Meilr of ealboa nseee surely headed towan unpre- Gobkowlak ...... 4 2 j5 10 3-Carlota $2.20. .
f.u,'' anol twoames 1umph aver Cion e tecio.ers Hope8-6, in the senior giboyrls' sin- cedente d fourth champk onoship Sofian ....... l -i. s


leeThe Cardinals backed him with 8- Leslie, playing a e Alabourne Bascoretball Ward 0 .... .. .. .. -0 1 0 p ACE 00
b l es end- pl'ae a Venth losInattack th13 games. ju or boys'urt m sg atch, rallies. Trailing all the way the TH CE U. 010. -
Sl ed i onthet i was lealue-leas iders had to come from 220 15 22 73 81-You rPrinc A. 4.
C Xe ile Mya siongeplhed a six- played in thejuor irls sin erry.3 3 0 9FO UHlade CE rer
u omr atera the Philadelphia Phil
e as V er. merged .,vi rs i of 4;aa g .meet o. the hedule and ran .... ..... Tb ..
I athe troor l ythatnn gave the w Yr 01- de- e.or y. Millerof kyop 2 Hurlecanoa $6.80.: SICI t




k r i r n o or f' hin ts a 3th wint o le n, th seun io r gires' sin- cYo e A moekr ca i spips I o am e 2a-2u3f0. 1. Q le1a: fixJ..
.e doubleader while Jim T AS STA-Mned credit rrigan and Jean C the Atan Basketball d S th ..........0 0 FIFTH RACE
Snigan sp ea th A' with a ofu aolthe T gasu e, ho eak PWintersHoneofnhe dis.hnodmB Lear arei n 2-A..ap....,20. to down Cpl. 0ifon 0d avi of 0n

Scores were 6.1; 10. edt32 sports champions and en- get another chance In the ma- e'LMerry Mason $11n0, 4.0; e3.40.2ey.3and4a Bwhbr t )er,
E thuslas td the White House to- ors, mined getting int th inh 2 E4 r$3, 220. f ortee rdoubes etwIA


lunch because he is concerned The Brooklyn-born fastballer, 3-Mirsatoats $5. rU";. 119I1 an9 am t het
at the "present trend of who failed ing te rialss with the New- u P rt, se3
S ethloe i P I youngsters to become specta- York Giants and the Gincinnati stlhh SI T
tors rather than participate RedIpgs, served up a home run mtAVita5 As at as a4' al M M 30.
S i | h i actively In competitive sports." ball to Montreal outfie-eadrs elderbad to come from 2 ngh mae w a. 4 (toi
ef' Murra-aP-yder, ass3is4tTanteWilsonfIn the first Inningtr Tw lY So 0
Whi house press secretary, then didn't permit another it
ot the yraid the President hopes the to lead the Virginians to a 6-1 ,inth.ePhmre.J
So e athletic leaders can stimulate a t victory. Montreal won the Tooe 1, PaSna
grr, eaterue interest in competitive er, 3-1 behind the combined sx n.8
Si n -b lee won the Junior mix do sports and thus improvee the five-hit pitching of Glenn Cox "d *o e nt .3
r physical standards of young andiGlenn Mickens.r TEAMS- W. Lso Pet B nadn ho A. Bin 94
td d..e d foubleheader whfle ---im YhST AY,' ST&l-Hick- e- Dennis Corrigan atnd Jean Chain TOEnler srDi leano gujW. P Dete.e t ed with este












nign Americansrnd reduce juvenile The leauewit-leadingho Toronto Toronto.prk A 58 30 .59 the Pnalt
delinquency." Maple Leafs *Dlit a pair with Montreal. 533 32 24 Sshtip In .2 esin M'lSm.
t t cluding a homer, t homers a bThe sports luminaries Invited the Columbus Jets. winning the Havana. 51 37 7 or d ane LIl, raw o a
to the lunch include such greats opener 7-4, whoand dropping the Colmbus .NT 43 45 .483 -016% Ond ubbl ia
scors we 61 1. C 32 and former greats as center second game 2-1, to maintain -Rohester 40 44 476 week's dthurTw eT f6 m 6**U*. M
B- P -- H1 fielder Willie Mays of the New their 3% game lead over second.-Syracuse 35 51 .407 32 ?ort .Sobbe lacfesM Al S** 34
York Gants, former heavy-lace Montreal. Buffalo. 34 1 .400 brook A N c and
S. weight champ Gene Tunney, Richmnond 32 56 ,Suo 36 2 gaWAgac 33 65 B C26s ., y. .... 23
F Wimbledon tennis titlist Tony The third-olace Navana Surer Math II, BavM......3,
BV ^ y ^\7 ^Trabert and golfer Bobby Jones. Kings, who play their best before YETEDAY's RE3ULTS 2 f t d .
young Amydersaid tho take rt heon is the hometown fansch downed the t repr t the posGe) t t IN
the first of ts kd. He d t Buffalo Bion 7-0, behind the Montreal 2 0 100-3 e a10rea 0 wh.....
e W u md te fo utemg a he Prlek'2 thra -hit pttin. of Pat an. Richmond 010000-1 5 n the A or ......l
SCeO rite personal beef that on com. tlitobry of Panama City. Thevis Cox. dickens ( end Buc .....
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avOOK epli or om ay RKrpetitive prte slpe wu goo tor enabled the Sugare Kingdto Connely. Voselle is(7), *a 5 .2
you wr. .. r of. r Ame a t antilup a half game. They tin ral and -Wetlngton. WrP-Co cd a a...
r th w y y since boyhooduse prad a deep er- In odner their actionthe Rochester
gonal interest in competitive Red Wings swept a doubleheader (Second Game) Yankeef ..... .'
Sasports," nyder said. from the Syracuse Chiefsh 6-3 Montrexl 1000000-1 4 0 padla last two of whip,'...54 7 14
H t I-A "He was a good ballplayer and 3-2. Duke Markell hurled a Richmond .330 000 -s 8 0 the thre boeat the via- w........ 4m
helinc Ma pl Lf s stimulate hyal di- toi tenotraiumph o3 the Leo and ; 322e a2hi In3 m2 ..... f1






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sports lumi npenathatiehoyidriuhtsforyJets TODAY IS THE LAHTavaAYa. TH.E 5 e Cio" iS0 r .sy In ) eaouM a
to the lunch include suh eatsopene you roo Bsr oo 7-4, and .roppinAnd if the CoHE LONGlumb4s. .4 1 Oherress
and fome greats as centersecon game 2-1, to mlntimple to replace the pannt-you R eser 40 44 .476 LP week's a wll ..
fielderaWillie MyasofItheNwtheir ameleadoerosecond- pSto... 51 30 3m ror.robbe,,-Ctos, Al- er,
wtYork Giants, former heavy- PlaceMontreal. Bruffalopb 0.. 04 .410 ook ,e a s
weight champ Gone TunneyRichmond.. 22 f5 xh SF3,ofle7 rattlesand Banks Cuba ,
Wimbledn.tenns.tit is tTn The t anRihon.ws, Bres. ....a--...... n
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been virtually offelan id the l hen win to fat buck
Swine circuae l darne after cn't hear watch inck with
a e c a e Ae stolen for l shooting at targets. it t
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he was sec Tnd I tyearad has been -ien the crown ..Aremhne avy people, In.
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Dorothy ead out of t Alameda, ran ge. There e a n vard-
Calif. ties. A wad of &a te a rlhe.p l
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ales&in,. Mrs. Ease ishi te e at th ou h they muffle your hetrin
because shert comp ala ei last are there, mye and hbei ala t Gem to ordinary though It Playsto.w
oer whise ato a baby ee P amubc li wh ofh the t timer- m a result
*orfver devised in oO, for Maniaypsl our"es have turned Anndes, Ce~o at r or etIe pded
tournament Is Jac Frost n y bought the ame to -ot. stars. Jk F me a pst t
er, Calif. from to wn this year's U.S. Bttisjortof injury
theP wlomn's idivisi topP o Eu ce .Rneverlconcern the averageeshoot.







iIn- e r"ifwom ta edi gitoprol o he picks his friends as care- ,
eo Mo to Barbard a reit., ora t w lunoandi er, and if h wear
SNorth ioflywood,a e e t et oen Sdi d s t ortoa e to B o t h l a
DorothyHead su deoi Alameda, 5 fl et a l range, Tmhere are a dozen varl
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>o" La; psixterede say mt-n unt, otbr ra.h snT1ieconv be s oe T bbm corse n
inalI U.. wt omen'sr. D M GRAYTSON publi courses. Thy -belo. to the title In Iplaye ne i en th athoell do a pretty fair J oT
-.rt o.singles. Mrs. Suedei s unranked NRA Sports Editor clubs within clubs.. Their Cn tourney before that mideve r though they muffle your hearing







Saureen ln now rei, o thing ever devised in golf f r Municipal courses have tu ned mantional of Pi tCalif., tha t work first rate. I "wear .
tr on .o they brought fthe gme to Pts- maOtr .a Jak Fleck T me is the deding aon. nhe tan ofe
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MIs.S Pla yed f tsd,. Is. la mb* deo vteliud.T heMaliNAl dISL OF -AAA
Seeded plaers st-eeding fy-,rret- atIndianapolis. Quick a b-- at match pit y T h your warso a-C.


C ad IOeCall, Atl ant; oUP d-he aa c La the Rou, f Van WilfredGu111oM Thrty-we mluf '&jnJenayway, iAnndg -sem o d E i,
S tJeMry MosOfMes C Cortlnd h in the BronxiN.YIw was nled N.nY land l a bet Prierl the -hrt a- A l. OrarfDltI. o do a bad 1
vs EtB illeM alfed,.Ga s.;laidthout n thde T early lemo's bultal procedure. Moreland was ta he as o e ab-it is Ato a Ba ackety e
Aninth-seeded AlejaAdroOmodo,a. Royal and Ancient r ealytWaer Cup playr and the Transmg or too often.

Ruead siWorld an. flplayingd his swgkecond bhSeod, jPr, 9 9 ,rco
land vsGgPindley Atlanta; ill1im. represented Harvard was the tendassginderiayI
w: riandl, uhe easvn s YO Masuacht a hw En what he ground. sectional qualifying rounds for DL -oday 5 .
StranCtoget some Idea of to what anmatecaziplon. The Insurance V the same. .
at r L=-ioT- extexnt the butcher, baker and buseaesstook him to AtIanta. This is. he" haloship. Pbel Lis layere.. are eper- a ur er. "-
EAT!"ChcshatPu uroties wfhe y a par sl amounat
l o plumber have taken to the game from whore he won the Pubc T CoffinCo s a e le exes t neve IISM"
*eintelyhalf of this couy's4 Andrew Sazwiko, PittsburhT e innertI invited to lay The Public Links man Is the a rse In
tElmiio, offers shoot either on mu- s wtel
*rt s EdtAn*icipal orprivately-owaned e publicsteel Inspector. Is one otfs e In theU. S. Amateur, the ta re true amateur, .t a there the sbest, ..
t wore loyal publishes. He w o a other semI-fInalIss to compete in way hne can, pays for f un.
Tinhthe United Sitates, 1,M private-
Tissnree sss sesPALL 3MALLly-ownedulayouts that are open to
asArch Ward Diesvates oe tr Il ayu-clubs. LAd no.piatev (b
wke in ydut hand. Th extra Ihofwas over stormed lietoy mu-LrIOrO TTER
-eurI*al course t a TWeek- end
S PA i MALLS Iae the umkoe thoug U Ah when demos devotees line up a PANAMA. IS 3C OF ePANAMA
tetIeC.aga Aulyta1u(caW)--Atrh 3 To'clock in the mornals.
46eandr oumollowlr,Wotor oTo Pblticlks were designed ford t omplt Priewinning Numbers in the Onnary Dawing No, 1t, Sunday, July 10, 95
o oe Golnea ktaHive yousnotice any s people O."esmplayerswho could not afford the
eer moke ve fau noticed tt people o Its tff for more an cost of a private club. Many in The whole ticket has 44 Pces divided In two mo"e "A" & "S" of 22 ple e.
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Reserve Plan

WASINoTON, July 11 (UP) el As f" po l
_Two key members ofUthe Son-- p ka.
ate Armed Services Committee
ds upported a drive to Tun TIT. TA
presdent lsenhower 's ompul-1 T. =, xm ,
sory military reserve program,
for a voluntary, bonus-incentive

CaM (R-SD) and John C. Sten-
ais (D-Mlss.) will make it all theT u n i
Sore difficult for administration
dffldials to sell their compulsory
plan to committee members
*hen'they testify on the reserve -- J -
question at a public hearing to- I i re a d T c
morrow. I R ar Rd T
Assistant Defense Secretary
Carter L. Burgess indicated Sat-
urdey the administration op- HONG KONG July 11 (UP) handed
poses the voluntary plan ad- -Three tumeoed American ex- Cross
* vanced by committee Chairman G.I.'s headed home today to Strathi
Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.) face the eoaseuenmeu of their cr H.
Russell apparently now can actions rather than continue Two
count on the support of a ma- to live under the "hell" of ttrncon
Jority "of his committee. Communism. and a
Rumell wants to pay service- The trio came out of Conunu- across
men q 400 bonus for three nist China yerday and were police
years service In the Army or scheduled to sail for the United At
Marine Corps reserves after they States aboard the liner President throun
complete their active duty. The Cleveland tonight. They are due sacon
administration plan, designed to in San Francisco July 29. ed po
build a 2.,900,000-man combat- The three who came back to thorit
ready reserve by 1960, would the free world saying that Keoa
force such reserve duty. "death is better than Commu- where
Russell told reporters several natm" were William A. Cowartf, plt4=
eomnilttae members other than 22, of Dalton, Ga.; Lewis N. Inr gi
Case and stennis have express- Gringe. 2, of Jacksonville, Tex.; only i
od misgivings about a compul- axd Othoe 0. Bell, 24, of Hills- HoU0f
sory program. 8n. Leverett Sal- boro Miss.
tonltiai (Mass.), top ranklof Al were former soldiers dli- UA.
Republicans on the group, has honoraMy diseharfed from the BackI
resen ed comment until he hears U.S. Army when they embrac- polled i
trom defense Department b -A ed communtim ad refused re- peared
el&te tomorrow. patrilatl6pt Panmuniom after status,
Cae said in an Interview be haviornl taken priskeer by He
Believe the voluntary bonus the Re in the Korean war. granting
plan would be a "more equitable They had worked for a time way tn
way". to build up the reserves on a state farm and then in an and thi
than the compulsory plan. agricultural implements factory waits t
S e aid the administration n Red China before changing Theg
lAn would impose a compulsory their minds about Communslam trying
rI erve lo ility or servicemen and asking to be returned to of Chi
After they ad e it or been their own country. Gol
dratted.i e said amounts to When they crossed the border thO
"chagn g the r4%. on ttn.", line into Hong Kong yesterday "buWrt
SStmeais expressed o id ene they seemed hppy and cher- us.'
i r r ranks eoul~~.kept tfl- L
4e1AMA -*Vlunts1 with the th v<
SH a who Last night they arrived at the p
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,:%e.posIn- mat. pol uIs dne hali-
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SIso t mnbduled btty, Two, Edward. 8. Dickenson, of
he al-eady has let Russll know Crackers Neck. 75, and Claude
i he o d to voluntary re- J. atchelor, of Kermit Te,r-
r f ptdpram. returned to US. custody last
S ... ... year and were tried and convict-
.TSa A |l .u ed o f collaboration with the J
0f~u rlaf I enemy. Batchelor was sentenc-. m
.* ,ed to 20 years imprisonment, n
fnintms JIgjbgnfg5 mickinson to 10.ye".
SRed Chin announced In June .
t i aa..A LaL a that another of the original 2,
U tn URu O. Douglas, of San Ange-
S. lo, Tex., had died of a "rheuma-
O G, nerma, utic heart disorder with comp- li
.A D R, Germany, July catfosia...
10 r.. giant 85.to S "o The three turncoat or triedd
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ai;"._o s" .--L "- renpunced their own.ceuntry for I
Sk life under thel d
.WC sr w r* bah,, hrt,, They -said they were willing.to TWO
,,% 21,l" tii.",ee'y nu ,ser"e time In American pthnr ]Mot
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T at. 0 ,, e of ,the 2 cannonmistake. "t was betterthey
New OW ynear hereover-sa* thanthe under the
.tuan'irage, which crshed Cowart he. had stayed
-the rear power unit.lL ith the because he feared
was tie second waald in. h"w4 rales ra t etW" at home.
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police sdans rushed thp
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police launch carried them
the harbor to Hong Kong
headquarters,
3:1 p.mn., walking
Ih a driving rain and
pealed by four unoerm-
liee and two civilian au-
ties, they entered Hong
police h e a dqarters
Aritiab officials ex-
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I been- held in a foreignn peared at the iu* Sky ball-
centratlon camp" where ow- room.
estimated that 600 foreign- Cowart saM. be joI d the Ar-
, n dinsg As ns were m at te when he was
he. ally f -the Army I
ien denied charge o6 drunk ld not grow up. When I arrived
ess as broadcast agalnt him la Korea I was aI & child.-
Peiping Radio. He said the He said that during his child-
rges resulted from 'a ,Lat. hood he wp er arrog nt"
apt of his tp commit suicide, and that hisantoCnt, tndepen-
[e said a public -security offl- debt httitud, had "caused me
attempted to arrest him. quite a few enemies In the Ar-
I ran," he said, but the -of- my." ..
'r caught him. He said that In the Commu-
?o the guard and the crowd nist prison capap there were
ch gathered, Bell. said be three factions -.- "prressive.
utedthat "I am free." the middle set ad the true
Besaid he hit te sard sa American set."
tlw a 'posee. f ll re- e said that during -his two
SWfe', d Yyears- as a POW "I was not so-
1 ihe"bhotela I cepted by the midle or true
MdS m ith m .' .d Amerlem a sets" so that he wound
to be p .~Fwt evwith the progresmlve Sak
Poll said I I head W b n niking
e t dru, *eP Wh ve the time eae to be re-
owa described by aquain- Patr laed, I decided not to be re.
ce in Georgia an unsue- patriated. I went to China."
S show-off, crossed the Gris said the reason he
der with a broad, forced staye behind was "I was
Sell and Griggs were re- blamed for forgery of whch I
d. wasenot ilty."
ammr, in an oven-hot, third He said that an article appear-
thotel rooni furnished them ed in a communist magazine
United States government ex- under his name but later ap-
00,- the three'held .press eated in another magazine at-
ene.* tributed to another .prisoner.
iAtTey entered tA both e aid ether prners "got
Ssllpp d* .ttB of ma2" at him because "I wds con-
ikt: a t fa'lbt as$t told vinced at the time that com-
i /,pu t it r.pm.. unm was correct,
i urift e press con- id believe in communism.
nce star Cowpt the ap- I didn't have the sense to know
nt pokeman inerupted better." said he qtly
lay the trio had mportt learned the real neth after




that "would blow up the world


Inteaven." But he said he
He said pte a was ap'l tial
war In which the Chinese turned
menrAgainst men."I





m m I..eaven, went to .ehool, sli in-
b*udnl the Cowr d G people
Sa so hte Cian whersgi-shek."
He waid the people "hope-for



af"The only way to describe the Reds


i farm is, and I hope the public
Swill forive the language, hell,",
"- ""We ate like dogs, slept in a
right) of Olymria, Wash. and frome in winter."


leir Stories Were Different


OUTING M INS TuAoDnT-An .asd.
with her h In hr hands while O
fiv-yrold aghter, ara. The. bo
boat in which he rode capised. Z s. eonat
take t oars ft



Scheduled enging m

Of Blonde MSd
LONDON. July 11 (UP).4cot-
land Yard polite ra guard
near a bloimde mau re- today
because of. 'the. otry against
capital puoshmn her case ha
aroe d.
Pot took the precaution a-
r ant sible delnoiutrationa
i the ht hours before ome i
Secretary Owily Llo oyd O
announces whether the trim "
former model will han Wednes.
day.
The Yard Installed speciQ m-
trols around drab Nolloway n-
son where pretty Ruth Ellis
waited- without emotion to be
executed. Guards s4 she- was
ready to die. ,A.-
:'Mrs. Ellis admitted kilng one
of hper two lovers when she
(dad 9m wit another woman.
A growing sent, o public
opoed to capital punidhment
o 6ed bn her ctae.
Churchmen, members of Par-
liament. edits and hundreds
of un amn


lit nviabV hon

o Blly Grabhm
LONDON, July 11 (UP)-.Sov-
iet churchmen announced today
that they want American evan-
pellst Billy Graham to visit Rus-
They said they also hope for a
visit by the Archbishop of Can-
erbury.
The unofficial Invitation to
Oraham to carry his "Crusade
'or Christ" behind the Iron Cur-
ain came from a delegation of
Soviet churchmen now touring
Britain.
Graham has said repeatedly
hat he would carry his evangel.
st campaign Into the Commu-
nist worldinvlted to do so.
The head of Russia's Baptists
aid: .
"It Is quite possible," that a
Baptist delegation en route here
or this week's World Baptist
Ckmgrem "will bring a formal
invitation to Dr. Billy Graham
o visit o0r country (Russix)."
And the Metropolitan of Minsk
aid: '
"We could be happy If the
head of the Anglican Church
(the Archbishop of Canterbury)
ilmself visited our country."
The Rv. J. I. Zhidkov, presi-
lent of the All Union Council of
ivangellcan Christian Baptists
n ussma said an Invitation to
vilt Russia definitely will 'be ex-.
tended to a group of Apeican
Baptist leaders during tye Lon-
dab -w.iM conference or *P-1
M. h open ,S atur.i ,
ble %0 1_,me e ou.-4|R-.
O$ to the ^
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C*U fingcontriesd their halut Ht




Stone a rowd ~ return u thain Cuhot.
rto h homdland, it'has beqnl itt oubt wergW be ablesi-l
ONDONe, OJulyce said Com- t. said he di o, hceuas

BernlthboM wives held In Iro a her child Embn we n t
to r holand, has been l dobt be ablee to
Athe Foreign Office s Laborn-
tmember of vakrl a Agreetd hr Hel sair d thate d beMrs. Sip
bthde r itt 'bh ths PMihome .. inf .Thursday
Mr. Ronfropm Red Mr. p mw*t go throat
permit r. Phyels ispera ad hld her cldren re In r
her three children to return to health and tht she was
child had(r be-
Britad. happy Indeed to be


e n P home.
sh embassy ere t m release of night under care o his wie.r
Mrs. Rose Pasrukowa from Reand heMrs. imenpto must go thru


twPoland. He .d eeterrd her m ri to t before lea
child won l also be allowed to 1ng Csclj.elovaa,"- Bell said,
come to Britain' eho evnytbins can -' e ar.

Noa Bell, FIorst Secretary of age week.-." -
of an pso d iech and her meat Mto allow Mrs.
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Edior'smete:' Uied Press terday but lmpressed reporters bother to feed them the last 24
~Coneouidw WlMtD. _i. most1 was "a t rnu e American hur;. before they threw" he m
ler, now UP. manager Ifor now." penailess acros the border At
dmosa eaoea war I wasn't before But I've ng Sg.
.et.-u e l. earned," he said. ese so topris. r ig
-nt f u mI a the eon for what I dt; I deserve it" Cowart, stocky, dark and. hand. v
e i i lma _Two years aoo t Panmunjom, somedid.mot of the talking lst
a. ON ,E Jul .eo twwe-heat hays e-tE a POht s he did Sin a. I
ivm. ,?ais ct1 t Peow Conu. W-L? s# silently.
luM~ repaoe e e U st workers uniforms" and car- ug aswu quiet, too, his Wnd I
109e,. "I" sbu .d se of its fr m the al *se te e., j -
By WLL&M D. MiILLER Yesteray they he t ogly t h ef tW out forU Bst
HONG K July (' -- doOl th& b nd that taks" wll. POWS.
HNe J.uoljericua o1Wer w .a.anddi.rt.e we n W ato hi n a oult ofi
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