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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00802
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mneda- Sr& 44 ro. the December. Since then it has been H t h d a rec tkng bar, chil and
trneers b whows on erd, berthed atl Newport News for in- comptroller' C. T. ndsyen R tn'e tool.
mh I wn robbery stalltlon of catapults, electroral manager of the Pnma When isk sed by the Judge
Sarge .nis and other equipment I Railroad .. W. Moose anffIe whether the building was being
mlmDiurdi "- --- -- I that tmo, the Navy engineer; J. W. Greene. trasur- lod up the ofod reped.
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S1 movng the4ig p T-5to Bartley Smith Panama Canal unauthoraed pereons.
ofat TUMT.JULY 14 bridge superst future electrical engieer, who was Its Jpie r famous n- 0-
Margh e -3 "*1 LOW feet taor @board W make room ast occupant I vted of burgly.
f 10-186a ." 4:0g .t for heaVW Plansa on her 252- -
It*..S m, A i .8. foot wide dec. The steam plant equipment of e
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.... Of f d Anoter Chncer cl equipment. includes two Telegram te offle
lOffer Another Chance locomotive type boiler, a M d
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akf if fnsu nce Perogram ,. ,o med,,rt
G ou- e Insu opened In the morning of July are we by t a e want to
0t 1hlh Wbecame effective here %at their. annual salaries to the sopinthe Board Room of the Ad- kow.
a t nearest upper thousand. ministration Building. Bat that's aIItaBma to the
Second e -aa o ben.g lv- l=afes ,pay 25 cents per fact that L.G. S o, general
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WaPe and Means committee yes- He said he had no f ieI
2'y.* iridea to the amount of 0 oney
Democratic leaders plan to involved in the rregularitie .
ram it through the House but but cited the case t oe f d- I-
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ElectrEeal Division Offices ln the comnimttee udyt 0 wAm
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cover of ref igerationping o o U.S. enwouldf MIS
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plant In Balboa; and sit lournmuent aroid the at i
alterations on two building ........ n eth
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three projects now being adver- ho-nv IvtedColombi
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Company, visit Panama. wmpaMM
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of the Electrical Division of- bout three week o a
fleesic will %e opened July 15 and been accepted in Vr ,.
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|asteay accomedin dh epdi te ar yelika e t mu Ciket dotin. ainut e how to Team out the asrtuteforqa bs at least, 1the contract away ofm Ai rt a
towotetrb o u'le vYsoe ve -got to cato, tnd pcpes tthat, but it didt hove'to n baby-= d ingitto the Harvney lmm onIthe

4 T& mus bjneadde dtH e crC tceyuon niticap e :2, nW h siL eoweargli tm ha soff who neu traim %s d
d to"millionsthe*rn`P l ,a d T
or -has spent wOn neW nlanos
*?F PUNCH peede1NC, Kentucky. Ford completedhWichell In -.New Yo
be. work .n 1 ? ,new onesein
'- giT'SnIWhnaObttprUo overyehere prt mrecertatiiitnuAe
wu is.. .. ......records. This forot he ltto chief Charlie the Coliseum (w Iere a worker contract fromin Kaiser to re uB e and e n s o no. le
., .cuntry uis at the ak We're De ar Mr. W.: Rex Harrison's Parker haven't yet bro- it a was killed): That the manygasg however, George Woods quIel princi les n
.makingvirtully blic appearances wit h actress'Penny to his first wifean so buggies ueto to carry theent camu t o Washington. w oods is e t as -
".ore wes l tern iwo r lld Kend all(iLondon) have not I'--y Sud d not S en Thawt eHas It ever orate workede'on crete still, noft ni rectortof theU lmKaer Com ny, ell, r .h the
construc/.-t o to.- o b..ecome cp (and x-b S....er. .e etc. The meeny id orth rorq his Fist-S Dmie-ntheoies o ne
.it',Oo00,uster (billion) wll beeven asked them t attd te I ig h i sw s f ir w oa heie1 to 1 Wasouigln orsl sources


S.1 1 N ,AIN... .... tween the 24-year-oI poducrder of she befriended (for about a 1,00e ) matter about its personel...And
W~D Nu.IGBONR S the late "Almost Crazy" and the is showing her gratitude by -suing some- fo s. eomplain bot e
161) CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA STRE N. D. (UP)h marriageable dghtr of the flop's a, wh m she blames for her heat "
Farmer Raymond L. Wants h4 Okla. millionaire backer? Her Anel defeat. Canceled after
In COO workno getting worry abouted w name's Jacqueline Grimmet, 20. day'.. of little Ironies A society colmist
O O In COLON O[_ -p .t..op teo Se_ s getncml ,ted oagwriter Sidney Claire found Odei about anew l ttripus / *S
An|C N entered a hospital. Forty farmers Beeg complaint from press agent -ot gain. He wrote the famo appe ptos Bath T Club l
|ront three neighboring ounies f carry Belafonte about item love sg. "I'd Climb the Higs -I "11d
COLON JEWELRY CO. no their own abt that Mrs. Befonte went abr i Mouf Well he s t l
S to play a "tothinkitova." He says Mrs. B. and broke his best collarbone... wIb t not tarily f exclue l
S l. tf T pe Went,'s l ds w. went over with oth er Columlbia, ie a mpaignn for2 aM rCen th e -/ l 0

Sarry and his kings here ke t fromB eeo n he Faree After "D is
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W Ar'e f me let.er. with
1.- 'q wi w ;ecaght.
to dig in to brace for
tfil de, but odly two of teh,
y e unbahwWed,
d wi Zudentiimd as
' RiI lind amee Baln, 1 myear-
eld twins; WqUam Wise, and
V i Wat sl. alR of P .
r. l dn Luther Seddoe, 1, of
were. M MisanMarMe, la,
a -t y Chaple, 15, both of
The 21 were n a group of 30
bois who came to Canada for a
weeklong camping trip. The
were caught by the avalanche
when It thundered down the moun-
taBinsde at the 9,100-foot le ve l,
near wo spot where five Mezicanl
elimberb were killed last August.
One of the 11 youth s killed
inatamO$. The oter injured boys
were carried down the mountain
nla baskets and on horses to a hos-
pital here. Four died en route of
multiple -njuries and exposure to
the cold mountain air. Two were
treated here for head injuries,
*shock and exposure.
The injured were Fred Ballard,


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stff knew in advance the boys
were ge to .u thae tk taen .the
ence was on Mt. t near ner
ad in Yellown aff, Park u
Monday, of t boys left the
group10 MorainedaC ak se camp
to hiketo a supply amp at the'
3,000 foot level with W. H. Oeser,
Philadelphia, co-ditector of the ex-
peditn.
After reaching 3,000 feet, the 11
decided to f0 higher before stop-
ping for the day. They were
caught by the slide at, the #,800-
toot mark.
. Woodfield, one of those who ex-
elped injury, said he aw the ava-
lanehe coming and tred to dig in,
but the rope broke.
"I was the last man on the
roe,"Wood field said.
Smith, the other boy who es-
caped injury, was second from the
front, lie said.
"I .tumbled down with the snow,
and finally struggled free," Wood.
field said.
Smith and Woodfield returned to
the 3,000-foot camp and led Oeser
back. to the disaster scene. Offi-
cials then were, notified, and res-
cue operations began immediate-
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WIDOWED MOTHER HAPPIER
WHEN SHE LIVES OWN LIFE
They are about the same age
and they lost their husbands abofit
the same time.
When Mrs. M. S. husband died
married children stepped in and
decided she mustn't live alone. So
she went to live with a married
daughter and her family.
All of the children felt relieved
at this decision, for they knew that
"mother was being taken care of."
k When Mrs. B.'s husband died her
children asked her what she want-
ed to do. She said she wanted to
sell the big old house and get a
small home-that would be easier
for heW to take care of. The chil.

they woT -worty"lvout er liv-
ing alone.
Mrs. M. and Mrs. B. are ac-
quaintances. Who do you think en-
vies whom, the older woman who
lives with her daughter or the
older woman who lives alone?
The answer may surprise more
grown children than widowed par-
ents. It is the protected Mrs. M.
who envies Mrs. B. who lives
alone.
The reason for the envy Is ob-
vious. After five years of living
with a married daughter and her
family, Mrs. M. has few friends
her own age. She didn't have to
make friends for she could always
share in the life of the household
and so she didn't make the effort.
Having run a home all of
her life she feels she has to keep
busy. But sometimes she senses
that her daughter would rally per.
fer to r)n her own house in her
own way.
She has lost a lot of her en-
thusiasm for living in the years
that she has become just Jane's
mother to all who meet her.
But Mrs. B. is having p fine time
living her own life, entertaining
friends in her own home. She's a
person instead of just somebody's
mother.
Both sets of children wanted to
do what was right for their moth-
ers, Only one set Of children rea-
liUed that only their mother knew
what was beat for her to do with
her life.
DIFFKINCUS IN BEULAHS
BEULAH, Mich. (-UP)- Seven
traffic direction signs a mile from
this northern Michigan resort
community tell motorists how far
Beulah is but each one has a dif-
ferent distance. Top sign on the
post says, "Beulah, Colo. 1.476
Miles." Below it are signs that
gve the distance to Beulahs in
North Dakota, Mississippi, Kan-
sas and Missouri and the bottom
sign says, "Bulah, Mich., 1 Mile."


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Walter Winchell
(Centinted from Page 2)
ough. You keep waiting for her to
come back ana when she does you
don't look at the others.. .Sech
goings-on at the swank aundecks
of the Sutton Place apartments!
Many of the top models (up for
8- suntan) get fried.
"The House of Bamboo," at the
Mayfair, kept me interested all
th- way.-The east is very ;ood,
espelallUy Shirley Yamaguchi. In
case you wonder how Zanuck
coul4 afford what appears to be
the population of Tokyo in sme
scenes-extras there get $1 a day
. Grace Downs, ho runs a
aehool for models, has a new
course: "A class that teaches
class". .Do youknow what "poit-
rines" are? It's in the French
dietiomry. Bele potrines a r e
Beautiful Septeber Moars.
Wont up to -the Starlight Root
to catch Cugat and Abbe Lane.
e's aU of fire an keeps "set-
ting 6he alarm" throughout her
act. The Dancing G6 as are al-
ways exciting. Gaskibis quitting
show-bis soon to go Into business.
Cugat's music s better than
Prado&s. More rhythm than "ugh"
.S. Spike Jones' nset RCA-Vitor
r:'cordln w hl be "Where Wa s
ave*y Crokett Wthen Custer
Coofed?" His wife, Helen Grayco,
hrs. a' new one coming, up for
Label X tled: "What Do You
See in Her?"..,The MeGuire
Siders' 10-day tour guarantees
tilem ,30,40 plus a percentage
whloh'll make it 40, That's what
coet Tfrom the Godfrey Wand.
'June Vaml, M recording star,
to. chums hera she will start
legal action -from disc jockey
InWard Miller in .Chicago. .
Beverly Patfm$s Bo' Pat started
bhi k 09n 1 ear o at ori's Pond
IS;. SoVtn. knew his
lovely mOair whiNM ae11 was his
ale., .New d a mng chorines. Is
ba-.: g ,t stmw A o their
sruddletuWv *hd ON ame. on
t sir thighs h, Without the
S-uger of permanence of real tat.
t3mu.. .All Chiedgo, I hear, is rav.
i-g about Tom Duggu' program
and the way -he guced some Chi.

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trailing as Hospltal wore
eleven Jiteir and three resi-
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Other new employes who were
hired Jooa!y and their positions
are ma follows,
Locks Division: Beverley 0.
Allen and George A. Barter,

InduVtrial Division: Nathan R.
fuller, Industrial engineer; Wil-
nat R. Dunning, J., apprentice
shipfitter, Domingo D. Hinds,
apprentice maean lath; and Rob-
ert 0. Stemn, apprentice sheet-
metal worker.
Health Bureau: Patricia '.
Perry, Julia A. Cheatham, Mary
Ll Oorsach and Valerie 8. La-
tham, nurses.
Service center llvislon: Philip
J. Bauman, steward.
Postal Division: Fred A. Dur-
uhg, Jr., postal clerk.
Maintenance Division: Chas.
J. Hlnz, apprentice sheet metal
worker.
Electrical Division: Ada E.
Lester, clerk-typist.

LEWISOHN 18 LIBRARIAN
WALTHAM, Mass. (UP) -
Ludwig Lewisohn, novelist and
literary critic, has been named to
the newly created post of librar-
ian at Brandeis University. Author
of 31 books, Dr. Lewisohn takes
charge of a library which in the
past few years has groWn from
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l.bo.4e 3.42 or Panem 3-110
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FOR SALA
Household
AMERICAN SELLING complete
household furashls,. Isoding
b b y furniture end automatic
washer. Cell 3-4401 aftereea
and evenings or ny see at Col-
ifornia Building, 49th Street No.
13. Apt. 6.
FOR SALE--Rerligerteh West-
inghouse 9 cu. ft.. excellent
condition. Also louvem 113)
oeark green painted 34"x-
481'/" approx.. vertical adjust-
ing rods. May be sm any time
194-B Gatun, Phone 5-.351.
FOR SALE:-Electric stove. Pue-
blo Nuevo. Charco Espiritu, 23rd
Street No. 430-B. Mrs..James,
FOR SALE:-Leaving. Sacrifice:
double b a d. bookcase, heid-
board, 2 night tables. 3 metal
draier modernml.e. Rme 2-
4336. 2-1595: 0592-A Beyeno
Street.
FOR SALE:-Frlgidaire. automo-
tic washing machine 60-cycle,
practically now, price $290 Can
be seen at Quarters No. RI7G,
Rousseau.
FOR SALE:- Complete modern
upholstered living room, blonde
mnoholSny dining room. bedroom
th; -referater, tove, rodio-
ph onoe r ap h. Allaexquisitely
made, in excellent condition.
Call 3-2739.
FOR SALE:-Vanity-drauar with
Iargo mirror, four small drawers
obch side; single bode. Houe
535 Chagres Strot, Ancon.

FOR RENT
SIIouMef


life" FOR RENT:- Nicely furnished
twe-bedroom helet near Hotel
El Panema. Phoe n -6074.
c FOR RENT:- Fumished chalet,
I-131 3 bedrooms..Jose Febrege Ave-
SnueeNo. 14 (Pasadena).
matlu fOR RENT.'- F lkMuid.hougu.
J -drooms. Urue dlrStt o. ;
r i. For .lnformatlio Phone 2-
2541 or 3-4923.
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Curtains
*soua- or Wood JMlonoe
can X-836 or 3-4M
teom Given Without
SObUgationul
lt~rlbmUtd bi

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Prdit Stft Apdra Stoe.A


Hair Of The Dog


W YORS, July 13 (UP) -
i charged cigar store own-
seph 8wkI yesterday-with
I bottle'of bay (Um, an
asave 0tlon,: to Bowery
Sunday, toriolg.e before
borhood bars opened.
Ice aid Sobski told them
,ld two cases of the 50-1
llquMt last Sunday.
attore y argdled that Sob-
as not required to Inquire
her the customer wanted
y rum for his face or his
10B .


,i ocamot LOSE on


4#LOO WEEKLY
WEEKS

win our Club,

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FOR RENT: Chalet in Son
Frnaoco: 4 bodreoms, 2 baths,
sorege. 3-2978.


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Aw4bMhwer ruMblows ea be
ella hIr isummr' deldhums.
Ths Mteasger bI lag one with
a citrus arema.


FOR SALE
Automoldes
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Station Wagon. Bred new 1955
Ford Station Weam. Balboa 2-
;050. -.
FOR SALE:-$1450 credit on a
Chvrolot, Oldmomalf or Buick.
Sell for $1400. Pho" 2-1450.
FOR SALE E-1954 Cevrolet 4-
door lel-Air, radio w/s/w
$1400. Phone 2-.454.
FOR SALEs -, 150 Chovrolet
hardtop, radio, ed tihe, duty
paid $7$0. MAspt sdl blfer July
20. IRUNO, Navy 1795, Far
Fon Radio.
FOR ALI:- 1951t "Heny J"
4-cylinder, radio, undercoated.
.Vry good condition, t duil
paid, $450. No. 3 11th Street
Case Propiol, Paltillo.
#OR SALE:-1950 Duqek Super
Riviera, Dynaflow, fully equip-
pad. One owner. oxcllent condi-
tion. Call 3-2739.
FOR SALE: 1952 Studebaker
SChampleo h rdtop, 25.000 miles.
Hydrosaetic, $50 b a I w Blue
Book value. Wil deliver to Mia-
mi about Ap 19 or New York
.Posit Au. 25. For information
Arit D Flower, 320 West Rih
Ave., Doland, Florida.
Help Wonted
WANTED .--Goed anoetlL mald
with roferonoes to live in. Phone
Ponama 3-2025.

Position Offered
WANTIED:- oatendeor. Must
speak Spanlsh and English. Be
ever 40 yeaen. Bring references.
Residoen araidod. Apply Jor.
din Tropical, Chorrors.
SWANTED:- Compotont ,.*o-
graphor, able to take dicfatat
in Sponisk and hEllslS. god
BpeTOin. -P.rlrpunt peltione
Columbiae fctaires, uaeship Me.


Whot'If You
Hove OnY

Creating s?
BOSTON (UP) There's a
lot more to a greeting card these
days than a cheery or sympathetic
verse. -


For example, one firm
Craft) plans to use on its
this. 1u^.34 ..*.


1,$00,000 wedding rings,
tur, water and whiskey
and similar trinkets.


cards

mi.a-
bottles


100,000 plastic baseballs.
84000 sets of artificial teeth.
ib0,000 metal coil psyrings.-
30,00 chps of wood.
11,00 simulated pearl necklaces.
2,500,000 rubber cubes.
A 1d 1,=00 yerds of colored
ribbn. *%


Word Of Mouth
BRAWVIY, Calf., July 13 -
(UP)-Water department fore-
man Jeff Kissee steadfastly de-
nied to sheriff's deputies that
he taught his horse tricks to
boost water sales.
Kissee got his nag out of hot
water after auto court owner
Mrs. -Ruby Hunter complained
the horse "ran around my court
in a mad fit turning on all my
water faucets with his mouth."


MISCELLANEOUS
ALC0OLICS ANONYMOIS
BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211, CRISTQTL, 4~Z.-

FOR SALE
MiBcellaneous


FOR SALE:-- fish tenks, trep.
icd fish, filters, lights. loucls
and anesories. Call 18-7148.
FOR SALE: 4 sed 7.10lS
tires ood condition, 2-pioce
Getional sofa, 2 large are-
choirs, plastic covered $175;
Sunbeam miner $25; electric ta-
ble broiler $15; sled maker
$12. Fort Kebbe, 659-. Phone
84-2181.

FOR SALE ,
Boats & MOort -
FOR SALE:-New 15-lhet beot..
874 Morgon AVmns. Balboe
1588 or 3002.

REPORTS
Baldwin's furnished apartments
on beach at Santo Clara. Tole.
phone Smith. Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceoetlde Cottfae.,
Sar C iamr. BSx 435, Belboe.
Phbne Paueme 1-1877, Crate-
e, $.1073.
easllf'bP Santa Clam Beach
Cottalloes. Modern conveniences,
medea roerates. Phone Gamboe
6-441
FOSTirl COTTAGES. one mile
poet Satae. Clara. Law rates.-
Pheae ulbo, IIgg.


fopMel'a furailshd houses on
bech o* Santa Clara. Telephone
Thb$A ,. Balboa 1772.


I WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Conaet -Reckges.refrloertleon,
I2 haedm. Plaon Balboa 3050.


iDLA88Y.EYED-This Pa.
risian millinery model acheves
the wide-eyed look with a veil
in t.e apeo( piiW* yei
sses. Shewoe it At


Sound Argument
DECATUR, Ga., July 11 (UP)
-City Commlsioners took a re-
quest for a new dog and cat
hospital permit vnder.. advise-
ment today with opposition evi-
dence still echoing In 4heir ears.
For 30 minutes at meeting
last night the commia loneri
heard yaps and howls a woman
said she recorded from the
window of her home near the
present dog and cat hospital.


Desire to get in touch with

MRS. GUSTAVO SCHAY
of Balboa. Please call Pan-
ama 3-4934 at your conve-
nlence.


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Amplifiers
Horns!
SRedio0
at Mahogany Cabinets

Warner Bros.'
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FOR RUNT: Moemn w hfur-
smMml m ai mr*
o 10 at ,
SSee o
Ave. I # 9-42. Pham 2-1616
Penama.
FOR RENT:- Furnished aeao
ment. Vlo Porres 99, Phoe I-
2068.
FOR RENT-.-Nice furished a-
pertments two bedoo eas with
closets; vneotian whidk.s, hot
and cla I d wetor, qirlbarter,
email perch, Americani pmfrw-
red. Call 3.4976. Hom 27,
4lrd Stresaf
FOR RENTi-1-bodro- m pa*t-
meat, ,upsl:. furnished or net.
29 lost Street No. 9. Panama.
FOR RENT: -- Specsious aprt-
meit mn new building, telmia-
tion of 4bth Strt: 2 bedrooms,
mid' rom, dining room, perch,
tenre, glarae, prdem, hbat wa-
tar. IReasonable price. Phone 3-
0444.
FOR RENT:-Furmished 1-bed-
roo modem apartment, grogo,
SNo. 68. Ylo eimaorie Porem.
FOR RINT: Large luxurious
fumrlsh4 apartment, unique lo-
cal rit an tha water rnmt.
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Ye y'syHomr

'Biged Thrill'

Of0 SIan Muslal
By GEORGE ARMOUR
MILWAUKEE, Wis., July 13 -
(UP) That zooming home runI
that broke OUP yesterday's A 11.-


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FOR SALE
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FOR Ali LeaInM Pems.
Sive.twedmem finished m.t-
leogs at nt clare leash. Idftl
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. .The famnusn Ameian pialst Lbera Is no# b feaur d. q, wekends at te ,, i
'Heather long 'of the O.1 Amie restaurant. ,-
Libera Is one of the special features now being -efaed b the rstr-at, |al .
acquired thd services of Teddy, an expert chef, and .ly .4atndue)d an hema
oream, personaliuse by Rim..



Another Little Girl Attacked,



Frantic Parents Keep Kids Hom


Star Game for a 8-5-Nirt-ional .1I&., ,o ws .do-,
League win was Stan Musial's -A four-jear-old girl was se- close
biggestt thrill" in a record 12 ap- merely beaten and left ream- press
pea cesin A-Star Games g with pain under a parkious
"TIs was the biggest kick I've u yesterd the sec The
had in the whole dozen games," tackona chd in this area In bitter
Musial admitted quietly in t h'e about 36 nours.
noBe and confusion of the Nation- Police immediately launched City
al League's dressing room. "And an Investigatin to determine leads I
one of the biggest of my whole whether the unknown assalan thile "a
career, who battered little Susan Cline tiny E
here yesterday was the same
"I'd rank it along with my five man who raped and killed 21- The
home runs in one oay agamst the month-old Donna Sue Davis of frantl
New York Giants in St. Louis sioux City. Iowa-70 mUiles chUildr
last year and my first Wor I d straight north of here-late lice t
Series appearance with the Car- Sun=y night.Pol
dinals in 1942," Stan said. u en
Musial's blast gave him his Police Chief Robert Millard, one
third record the same day in the asked if the attacks might be ads
lengthy All-Star history. It was the work of the same man, re- of the
his fourth homer in the series plied, "I ust don't know." I Poll
and broke his tie with Ted Wil- Millird said he had received the le
Liams of the Boston Red Sox for reports that a man answering they
most home.runs. He also played the desriptile of the lamz them
in his 12th game to set another City killer w sseen at Oak- tem
mark, and' collected his 14th hit. lad, between here and Snux A r
"It was the best pitch I saw City, an that a man answe viates
all day against those guys." Mu. ing the deserPtion boarded Lt. A.
sial said, tabbing the pitch he an Omaha-beund bus at Fre. Poll
whacked out of the park as a belt aiont after the incident here. held f
high fast ,.. "We are running down every nap-sl
Pitcher 4 uwk allivan of the lead we can find," he said. Miaso
Boston Red Sex,. who threw the Milard said the Cline girl who month
ball, though it was even a little was fod u under a bush In Bar- Don
higher than that, but s a id it nard Park near her home, had her er
wasn t the pitch catcher Yogi Ber not been criminally assault. parent
a of the New York Yankees But, he said, her panties were found
called for.
caed for. n the p i h "n fond five blocks away in'a day a
Berra anted the pit ch in street. cornfi
tight," but it wasn t and it never Susan daughter of Mr. and south
eaced him. MusIal said he knew rs. Dale Cline, suffered a bro- 8tri
ot moment i har t t that twas leg, cuts and bruises, he tops
out of the park." said neck.
Gene oey, the stringbea" he attack on the Clis girl ibeeng
right hander from the Mi wukee te beate
Braves, said it was **unqueaton- t t t idwest n
ably my biggest thrill" to receive o ht days. hh a
credit for winning tue game. He M Moday, eight-yeareM An
was charged with the loss in the s ppeawdt in uffer
1954 game. *5 -go while er way to
"I didn't even hear the crowd." the du re. Her ravinhed b
Conley said. *1 was in a buzz. bodl was found as Thuray Dik,
I knew they were holleringbut I s ebri-aden vadut. ton
swear I didn't hear them. I was heefe
throwing mostly curve balls and except Muslal's homer came off _hea
trying to keep the bal low. New York Yankee hurler hte
"X had pretty good stuff. I iRed, and he said the hits which
warmed up lor lour or tive in. produoed the tie were lucky ex- t.?M
nings," Conley said. cept for me. to
Manager Leo Durocher of the -WBle" Mays and (Ted) Kings- lI
New. Y-l Giants, the National zewski go hits oa the fists of the
Lea M gave Cosle u ll bata," he said. "Lucky bits. Right 1
re t'tbe win." arn4dehandle. (Ransom) Jak- aw
weawm't lke last year," he son's the ly.ean w"
aid. is gsame be had poise e the A meric an
4M4 out there. A year M rem th ica
a e couple of utpl w e was -radt w t
't have It." iaerft bs cirealt Ad I9
4 barged with the de. ge3 aStly 10t sto a Vi wI
J nIM. Al-Na&r 3nar. f-. n.. a f


was buried Monday In a
white casket as police
d their search for her vi-
usallant.
attack here came as em-
ed lice officers at Sioux
waded through a maze of
In an all-out effort to find
sex degenerate" who killed
)oana Sue Davis.


series of assaults caused
c parents to keep their
en close to home while po-
aced every clue.
ce officers, aided by FBI
i, were swamped with tele-
calls offering possible
and .tps Into the slaying
blond, blue-eyed baby.
ce admitted that none of
ds ,"looked good." But,
said, "we have to check
all out because one of
might be it."
oundup of known sex de-
was under way, Detective
E. Dik said.
ce said three men were
'or questioning i the kid-
laying, the second in this
i1 River town in 11
is.
nn, who was taken from
ib Sunday night while her
ts watched television, was
beaten to death late Mon-
t the edge of a muddy
eld just across the~river-
of loax City, Neb.
ps of her pink pajama
were wound around her
Police said Donna had
sexually attacked, then
n to death by blows on the

ed a skull fracture, a bro-
aw and abrasions on her

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e ad. "Tern wNPPt. a
B offether und evql mn-
eaddw SO edu89
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V68Ot were enovlW


ed child because he heard whis-
pern sounds.
Dir said the man, Who was
seen by several neighbors, was
described as about 29 yea c d,
five feet 11 inches .tal land
weighing 165 to 170 pound.
Donna's parent, M. and Mrs.
James Davis, took the news of
her death without outward sign
of emotion.
"They were prepared for It,"
Mrs. Davis' sister, Mrs. R. J.
Stokes, AMd. "They didn't cry.
They just sat and stared.
Donna, described by friends as
"a living doll," will be buried to-
morrow morning after funeral
services in St. Boniface Cathollo
Church. .
Parents, mindful of the -lMu-
tilation murder here last Aug. 31
of Jimmie Bremmer;, 5kept
their children under watchful
eyes. Hardware stores reported
the sale of locks Increased
sharply.



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man cn leuOy tealWus -i-
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products coap Rato
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503Z AM. S, CChaihmtDefies

,34,w. Threats, Refuses To Tell Ajl'

The ca_,h man of the SOcuritINsMeml-h18 p ans to buIld bIt iept
and change Commission, defy- out of the TVA system. Alb rety
SM 4 .in congtempt threats, refu ed Said TVA supo rs "wll a o
te Senate investigators today stand for- it.
whetherthhe White House inter- The Dixon-Yates contract pro-
vened in ,SEC bearings o the Dim. 1d.o for a private power group
on-Yates. contract. . to bluudi.a steam power plant at
Chairman J. Sinclair ArWt tr Welt p As, to supply
tpld Senate anti-ifo ower to the TVA system ma the
commit. he could not discuss Memphis area. It would have re-
matter because of an order- by placed TVA power needed by ex-
Presldaht Eisenhower barring di. pending government Itoiic pIants.
o of confidential dissin -------
w the govern t..
SSucommittee members repeat- I1f
edly threatened him with contempt UJ V T GVIS
of Congress proceedings. but Arm-
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he did not mean t o Imply, howeV- Aw y.
er, that the White House did in- W
tervne with the SEC. k Wh.
Aefauver (D Tenn.' promptly
: Subcommittee Ch.arman E s t e s
Mxmmoned all members of te WASHINGTON, July 13 (UP)
EC to appear tomorrow for President Eisenhower -today told
questioning on the issue. Congress the government sold and
The President, meanwhile, ex- gave away 1,200,000,000 worth of
pressed hope that cancellation of surplus wheat, cotton, and other
e controversial Dixon Yates farm products in the, 10 months V
contract will serve the "best to- ended June 30. le
terests'' of Memphis, Tenn. an d el
,the federal government. The sales and donations were in
At an unscheduled conference made under a farm surplus dis- pr
F'th Edgar H. Dixon, one of the posal act approved east yea r. st
Ihlef figures in the Dixon Yates With 10 months experience in o-
utility combine, the chief execu- operating the act, the administra- su
tve also expressed hope that "no tion has launched a audy 'to ana- th
Injustice" would be done to utUll- lyze the whole problem' of dispos-
ty interests involved in Uh con- al of our agricultural surpluses," r
tact. the President added in arepOrt to -
This appeared a hint the admin- Congress.
istration will be as liberal as po:- The new study will try to "ap-
klble in settling with the Dixon praise objectively" the chances
Yates group. The contract, which for moving farm surpluses into
the President ordered cancelled overseas markets under policies
SMonday, provides penalty pay- similar to those of the disposal
Seats to the power combine it it act the President said.
d ,i called off but does not specify


eat so ma ; m.e,--. -. . .. o -. . ...... .,
VA dr M. TB RPT e TWot olge of Lthe projnt. Kefauvers suihon-
CaelG.O, ThrIo e I tr RCt1 18OoN fthe Ftra6' A6 tedor'. wo le mittee has demanded completion
the d ti wiremain Pana of its inquiry intothe backound
fo L oslhera 1o o.l peI tou Cos t -.Mriee Nb.arla- nmtonduras,B Salvor and of the contact.
ou trw b t t .-ighL In Aua~but the Uio athe grdup of students ron was c d before the
Su l ent a tn l edItwill. al oefauver groi p totell whether
6nbop- e fueAain hte W e'Wh oe use.ordered a tree-
e euaational toAD M Id rm a o day oh ree ss was hea la-
T e& oc As i on s o te e oB B Da' B Bau. o .. E month finfhuxc for (hea -
rAador, Mr. IR P. Turner, of Ft-. rates project. Ketauver aid th
r0m r/WIM A AND MR t al Amador, Mt. E. P; .CanapL of recess came as.th SC was a.
Wr TONIGHT BTFnCa COLONY Ft. Aeisdor, Mr. and Mrs. .i D. bout to he r AI artolpbeinW -
-..,- r .. Monegen and their daughters, of e., form vestment -.b r
SThe Fresh colony om the Isthmus as represented by vail- Cunbrdu, Mrs B. T. Stephens a and Budget Bureau consultant.
ouq groups will be hosts tonight at a banquet at the Union her grandson of Tacoma Wash.,i G Democrats claim he took a "dual
muab at which P readem and Mrs. Bleare A as will e honor Mr. and Mra. Raul Arosemena role" in the aDion-Yacse dea.
guests. -. a M. a r.. o Joona and Mr. and Mrs. J. The young SEC chairman said
The occasion is the Oeb06atnc* of the eve of BaiiUe Day. 1. Bacon, of Elmhurst, Ill. he could not reply because of Mr.
-- c n ,---- Eisenhower's letter to Defduse
Arm.y-Navy Club Engaged Cou es Bridge Winners Monday Secretary Charles E. Wilson dur-
AnGom-nea oDaceu Honored tn iesr Winners of the weekly dupll- ing the Army-McCarthy hearings
a -s-a__i ghato3 ....orea H ater t eate bridge games played on Mon. last year. The Presideft directed
o Nma^u uJ ...... Two engage dcoupe.s whose.may evening at the Tivoli Guest that no "privileged and conflden-
The Ary-.avy Club of Ft. A marriages, are set for tate t t is ue fista Mr. J. Cala- tl" communicationss within, the
mador has announced a cost andct month were guests of honor at ahn w eh Mr. M Wise; second, execu uive brach of the govern.
tie" dance for Saturday evening, recent dinner given Panama han with o. with l se; second, executive branch of thdiv edrn
The. tefliners will provide muC city by Mr. and Mrs. Rafael A- Mrs. W. Pollck with Col. C. W. ment could be developments tulgeoday:
sic from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. leman and M. and Mrs. Jose or-n related developed Ants today:ns
McI wa s Prizes CO' (Continued on Page 9)) Committee put a clincher into the
Oat Qui bsow The honorees wre Miss Lily Es-. contract cancellatimonby inserting
Mr Mrs Ralph McClain of quivel who will be married on Ju- cla use in a money bill barrin
Gol ie ts who return lromly to Dr. JuanLuisCrre f LT TIME f any federal fnd tobu
a Staeoi vacation on ,Friday Gorgas Hospital, and Miss Ida a key power line for the Dixon-
brought .wit a them their wmnmngs Boyd, whose marriage to Mr. Luis MUSCATINE, Is. (UP) Yatesplant.
as pptleipants i "The Big Pay. Carlos Aleman, Jr., is set for bert Hoeksema took his wife's nw 2. Rep. Thomas G. Abernethy
off,' one of the natl n t July a. wrist watch to the field one day in (D-Miss) accued Mr. Eisenhow-
shows one o the nation awe h July April 190 so he could quitplow-er of a new effort to "damage the
n this paric television. --h o w F ey ove ing early and get a prompt start Tennessee Valley Authority y in.
both .ahubandl ana Waves partici- To Brazns Heights on an evening buggy ride to us-
pate. but only the huseanu an- Mr. and Mrs. Perry Franeey. ctinae. He lost the 17-jewel time-
swers the questions. The wile sits have moved from Colon to House piece when It fell from his pocket
near to encourage him. 8-B in Brazos Heights. into a furrow. In April 1955, Ed
Mr. McClan answered the first Wedekind found the watch while'
Mtw M lain answered the firstbobe working in the same field. The
the third. Mrs. Pueler but oob av hands and crystal were gone, but L VERBLOOM
o Airs. McCllin did not come Mrs. S. D. Puller of the Alan- Mrs. Hoeksema's initals engaved
ho tlMtanama with a mink coat ti Side has left with her so. on it were still plain.
and o _t to a trip to almost any- Sam, for a month's vacation in BUTTER
wnM, Btat site aid receive baby the eastern part of the United
ciq bab cro anan mattre States and in Minnesota. NATO AL THEATR-
wiwflragest shoes, perfume azd N THEATRE
many other its tr nerseif from COt Rican Ambassador
the apomae of The Big payoff" Asa do
iokura sto statll PPANAMA

Jr. W man oe prilla, has returned with his son,
ttelman ofJuan Antonio; after a visit In San DANIEL SO E Y
do. Home For w VIsi te'th
Aviaiea. ly is, m or- Mrs. Frank Morrice. wife of D
use Adlor" ~the Pnamanian Ambassador to A LE
Sa~nd rvaina Costa Rica,. is back in the capital L E
M~ue iwmdL recently at city for a visit with relatives and T ER
a daiihmowring Miss Lynn Ae- friends. --
ierVt, eir house guest. Palnionte Gue of T H E A T R E
o i-h- Miss gusan Clement of Pana-
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r foreign correspondent. From 1937
to ; Merrill (Red) Mueller
wag MBCA representative in such .
p les as Munich, London, Aus-
alia, Japan and Africxa. Then he
SJanasferred back to. New York
an ought ahoine at Greenwhich,
Red is a putterer, and he de-'*
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eugh going-over. He practically
rebuilt it. He finished the job, and m a
had two weeks to enjoy. it before GM t
She got the sad news, He's been -. -- -- jtb
trantferread tone.p a learned that her show was ached.
There are two sides to being a uled for the G8.nday afternoon do.
Godfrey. Kathy,Arthlr's sister, is drums: "iathy you can't go ay.-
'"r intelligent woman, and she'stwhere but up wrom that time."
honest with herself, so she knows.
that the relationship hasn't hurt! A FEW FAst FACTS: Pinch-
her career. hitter needed for the pinch-hitter: -
,I- used to call myself Kathy RobertnQ. ,Lewi, Who used to
oi eon." she says. "That was my make some extra money summers
oth r's maiten name. I didn't by replacing Godfrey and others, wtbyA'- a bk
*an. to capitalize on Arthur's is himself in the market for a sub. W sAe,, Ar' 61-. 6 .
IVttion. Z had a job on radio statute on his CBS-TV show in Au.
i-hoenix, and I wanted a TV gust . eRHwdy Doody will he __ WaS just testir
spot Well, the boss learned that the first five a week show toI _
Swas a Godfrebye l and he said he'd be telecast regularly -.in color.
s.rme a TV show, but Id have It'll start in the fall, from a studio
f---e the name -athy Godfrey. the network is now painting in
He said if I didn't, he'd fire me. all the shades of the rainbow .. .
I became Kathy Godfrey." J*.Fred Muggs, the successful gi- ___ Luck
mian, is now in the hands of chimp LI"
TVTOPPERStrainer who has been told to im W O P AYIN
prPoSe MugIs' typig. Does he use
02EORGE GOBEL (NBC -TV):"the touch Y.tem, or the hunt- SIr Iw. VOX PIaINGN
At our house, we ne'er turn any-i1 a-bite . Al Morgan, senior nAT- 10t0 FOOL. *ITS FOB.
body away, even if we don't know-editor on Home," has written a
them. It's not as if they were per novel called "Great Man," to be
feet strangers. After all, nobody's published in August, which has a
perfect. leading character supposed to
er __--e---,,---.--have een modeled after Arthur
Godfrey.
And it was as Kathy Godfrey
that she dame to New York a Frank. bt of self appraisal.
year and a half ago, and start- from Buddy Rackett, the rotund
,ed with ABC on a poor show' comedian who just won the Do -
called "On Your Way." They aldson Award as the best neiw
kept changing the format-once actor of the season for his work
she had three different shows in In "Lunatics and Lovers": "Tel.
three yeeks but nothing evislon? 1 an't do it. I'm scared,
helped. "They weren't my kind I don' have enough. They'd gdt AIU .
Showw" tshe says. tired of me." A .I
Now, she thinks, for the first;
time since she arrived in New All is not hopeless wi4 t
York she has "her kind of show." younger generation. Take tf- word
lt's on CBS. Radio Sundays, and of J hn Cameron Swayn that
it's a pleasant, relaxed affair with there are plenty of serious-mind.
music and interviews. Those two ed young people, as well as de-
adjectives pleasant and relaxed linquent Jhn says a statistial
seem to be the keys g..the God- survey of his mail from viewers
,"frey family's skill. Kathy is every' shows that 35 per cent comes from
bit the easy-going, neighborly per- the 6-to-16 age group. If they
l former that Arthur is. Perhaps watch a newscast, they must bave .
nor so. a serious, bone somewhere inside
* t This business 'of being a God- them. -
frey, as noted above, helped her,
by opening d.ors. But she feels, "DICK'S QtICKIE: Mort Low.-
s lost her share of shows be-, P,,ce of -.h ,e Payoff" says iN
\ cause of it, oo. r "" JA e, Ove w gld*t t iBould follow BPT FAINr6 WIT 14
"If I was ,,ila2 a netwoA," i hl ew ro -o' diet. It's A STATB
sie aays, "I'd be very hesitant F called, "No more, thank you.'" -
about hiring a Godirey., Every
S time I'dbe on the air it Would.
b e a plug for CBS and Arthur." FILLER FACTS
So she's happy she's on the CBS
Side of the airwaves. And she's Michigan places among the first
determined she's going to prove 15 in production of 46 of the na- C I i L 'I
herself on this show. tions 50 major farm crops. alTeringa hi 1 I
S "I'm going t do'it-, she said, -
with a positia glint Ii her eye.' The U. S. Forestry Service cele. e~ul p'a l is filled with brouses.
**It's just Jkff.when I. had polio. rates its 50th anniversary in 1955.
I was 19, and I was in the hos- rell-wrn tep ad rags be uses.
pital for 14 iWonthW. Tley said 11 The Constitution of the United
wouldn't walk again.. 1it this is States was signed on Sept. 7, 1787. Repair would leae I home like new.,
a walking wo'"d, and I npIew I had --
to walk. I di4." ,- .. There now are 180 million acres A C(lasifneda. lust the irht el
Arthur, of course,- is encorag- in national forest lands.
'I ing to his kid aistei.; e plugs her. -
show on. his and be-Jgils her little There are nationl r forests in 38
bits of -iaiVe. 'Like,'- when he states, Alaska and Puerto Rico. I
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Release To4ov ot The CENTRAL Theatre!


In Ooluli Pictured iThe" lack Knight.," filmed lb color
by Techbplolor and re-ose tomorrow at the LUX Thfatre.
Patricia. Medical co-stars and principal featured ipmayrs In
the cast of thousands Include Peter Cushing, Andre oreUl
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SOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
THEATERS TONIGHT!


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a o ;t-e ba bee. Th.-e,.'.-tw"..a ,- --lop. dialogue, bad direction In "Mirra.le in e Ra.- is re.
atte k Hm -are wll -- r .. i a R -. James-Dean. who zoomed to Cochran. Even visited him o
-e "e""be*; a" -.,".- -s W''.lS' .r u0M. "HU id t ".ast of Eden" and location oth Saeraeto, Calf.y











ain,- Relen Morrison, Mrs. Mime Ree- l, to m.novie stadom he told _
S wa weomed back n go: Whether Merowe, Mrs. Kaeen Huffmportat tg
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ke ia h n. .... Morrisee.as .t rickhaa.tors-cap o.er...
1 '3.15. Maser. i b l no from bad,' in'Top -Gun;
Ident t. From bad scripts, had stories, Barbara Nichols the blonde dish
P ins or lth arbeeu To p. .e re:M.rs.Fan-,sloppy dialogue, bad directin. in "Miracle r In ie Rain Isfr "
shirtleeve Du nm to be held Juyi JR Aer, Just in case, you understand. sewing an old romance wJh Steve
.at the lJks Heoms are 6l1un-M L .Virginia Russeu Mrs Th Kirk James Dean, who zoomed to obran. Even visited him on
.aer wa._ The members -ick-I mam _wa..o, .Mn. Jane H ug- dtstardom (4"'East of Eden" and location in Sacramento, Calif.
Sto a very t normal" t Mn. Mildred M r Dane Douglas, f JAtt
/ .. in a t did Figdn er, i getting uband to wfe they wtch
Vle Ri k's N,, M.omo to-Fer, .Mrs. 15ra-mTurneM ",let the cat out of the he to me. TV: ,'-ometmis I wish I had a
ba duclug to the musi Gertrue Allgaier, Mr. Billie One of t somee bright lads wprodra. lo Ar 4
f. the Elk DirumpM e Smith, Mrs.uated in the fro le. a New Yor om 3 ram 3














Bend, Ore., shows Diane coming cQ gv17
be in- n for two performance. en therr Mrs of he Crusades class toher p movie stwoman m, hrol e told
Ms' w .a y and 21, is celebrate plete the first night's program. ) e--l-m gU ()
Even before it gave its first p rogram wae s. the classicial '-nLes )l-ca es iaeotne e Metal -tD03
ptherfor mane avt the Center Tea-Sylphides" which is still repro- robot used G s orbYiden w
teriB'Ken York on Jan. 11, 1940, hduced identically as the immortal Plane and comt ented: "of himself
iad ralte. a set of guiding Michel Fokatherine p personally directed to ator go to pieces, brot grduth
bib!~nc e .o Eibleme a with Mn etdeA arrs. Jay Cai. n. .t 'H ollywoodf on e a andr t
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Dira Lucia Chase and Olv- Tuder to withe m.ertrude of VA aierklarte aspin whe n tradhe new 16 million 2
ver Smi. irbly believed intheat anN Mcht by Schoenber. dollar every H lton n-aHotel opens

















American company should serve Another modern ballet, "Fancy here Aug. 12, Among the eye tin Pan .
as a "gallery of aplan th dane" Free" with musi by the Amerbad sopene A cocktail party room Opening lead
erei the ballet masterpieces ca com rrittn for ce
of all periods and all countries and Diversmo from Nutrack- pagns he had to use 'e? "Not
are displayed together with the er Suite complete the gramyet,able grinned. Butand ve gourmet in ys hand
Kirraryk Douglawors o Amrican Tickts which ar s who insisted oner 61d

artists L Aay be purchased at Morns apologies from some of his producer qi AQ p o ...104 i
awards this end they have pre- at $4 and 5 or reserved sea tion associates who tried to veto a
td th works o many or Diane n the role. Footae the nights o the perormfrom on d after North
artists, he compos aces tickets will be sold at Bend, Ore., shows Dianept.: A r ao ningt do 8 .. 1
er and desig Tners, both past and The Ballet Theater is under through as a biangs im actresing in nl *Q o874l Ais hih
bepr i a for two ballet have grformanced auspices the reays of the Crusaes oc her pioneer woman role Girl ind NorthK 7 b863ddn
e repertory0 and 21, is celebrate petSwing one the first night's program.som
j its.,lth year i Chosen for the second night s Walter Pidgeon waei "tech IA1I ,,
thvenbefore it gave its first programwas the classcial Les nicis ollwood more roman 18etiMetal E"
perforimane at the Center Thea- Sylphldes" which is still repro-'.robot used iu MGMr'jorbldden
tokr,.iftl- York on Jan. 11, 1940, dueed identically as -the immortal fPlanet' pad commented: "I hate Fro
maluted a set of guiding Michel Fokine personal directed to ee ac actor go to pieces, b ut co
pIlies by which it believed a'it, with music by Ch6p; Fani d a It happens. Nwpltt !l .
cl, ma' mr.can0 companyy modern ballet that turn Fira"eis nose r Wt e 2 It
a d oern ed.. .with choreography by Antony. movie art directors will be ias r P P s.
Duir.a Lucia Chnase and -Oli-Ider to the music of VrkIurte gasping when the new 16 million, h pa m P .
Ver Sm firmly believed that an Nacht by Sehoenber. dollar Beverly Hilt Hton tel opens 3 6 Pam 46 pa


















"Graduati B Bollr wr e o 0a nee tikets will -- partnership hando werawo good fit
er d payshould rve AnotherCombat" modern ballet, do om wer Aug. 12, Among thed about the hand if North had opened
as a "gallery of tilt dan e Free" with music by the Anmeri--openers:, A cocktail party room opening led- I7



wherein the ballet mast erpieces can compose Leonard B t in with a fountain tbt .d with cha.



based onperiaos and all c countries and "Diertlimo from Nt pagnea $575 nlaiy d hewood card nt very hard o play to-
e displayed together with tDike her's Suite complete the program. table from India andth an a gourmet days hand, but th e bidding pre-t
temporary works. of AmericanI Tickets, which are selling faster e s t a u r a n t called Lmsooffier seated quite a problem. The ques-





may be purchased at Morrison's where their that he one chef for d e tIO was whether Sofut should




Towards this endthhey have pre- at $4DD and $5PATRICIA MEDINA, reld ease pear next year at The Sands for s!t greaterstrength th .ctual

their rpe. oB. t. the Red Velvet B ngo, Hollywood wants bto encouraging. 1
For their programs in Panama' Fox lot. hebidwithepoablyon.y13hadr14

c first p Asp iA- o .stcphat tulr is trom bined count in high cards came to
lu.isbf"J.Lakeo lfe ndowrthat turn is nose renlf roz wnll paord2 spine
an, p ich au _' t ato a qrt schnoz. Hi, s the a21 wr 2 pon s? --
w. of io.u uld 'ob -guard th .rda bs a. thr ard ibu. A-
m ets nfuu the n opar
d.sw w.,.hs Crswford's husband,. Steele, is cub an. diamo R. Tre
transrmtelling EuroK e and orer.that he hbad diamond te lo e
-;mu evil ma.ian "- 7. has nev e heothe. screen South could assume that e twod
gra dupy bV La.'i "'-patchi aloSmai vid Akinso line for each other. _
the music of Johann Struss, and Ga ouh uhout Marilyn Monroe uh uld have been peamistic.
Le Combat" a- modern h .a II e t Nowd lo t .. .I' "l women were flowers, shed about the hand if North had opened:
.d..... ...... .poem e..rusa- don't corry weapons drive thern. be a Venus fly-trap. Then the singleton diamond would'
Dick Hayme's deal at the Dunes be a liability rather than an asset.,
in Vegas calls for $15,000 a week With the actual band, South I
E L KNIGHT" for three stanzas and more if he's could just about afford to-Make aI
"THE BLACK KNlGHTIa success. But.he had to guarantee try for game. He didn't Want toI
Jack Entratter that he would ap- bid three hearts for fear df.h1inting!
with ALAN LADD and PATRICIA MEDINA, release pear next year at The Sands for at greater strength than he.actual-j
tomorrow at the-LUX Theatre' $5000 every Saturday to get out of ly possessed. The rebid of three
ttXhis current commitment there. spades was invitational but notl
Bongo, Bongo, HoUywood wants too encouraging. -.
to go back to the june. The North could just about afford to
towns on a tree-less jungle kick. accept the invitation. lie had 14'
"The Aphalt Jupgle stared it. points in high cards and a side.
Wn MGM made "The Black- doubleton. Moreover, all of North's
board Jungle and now its a prize strength was well placed, since
'tiht tale, '"The Square Jungle. even the jack of hearts was
Ching up, no doubt: "Son of the guarded by. a higher card. As ex-'
Blackboard Jungle. perienpc4, players know queens
and jacks are most valuable when
Selected Shorts: Dolores Grays accompanied by higher cards.
modesty stunned MG)!. Refused to In the play South. bad to lose a
don the scanties whipped. up for spade and a diamond. The success-
her in "Kismet and donned more ful club finesse eliminated losers
epidermis covering. in that suit, and South was bound
Ito make his game contract even it
SAudrey Hepburn winds up in the he misguessed the queen of hearts.


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TODAY'S GAMES
10 o games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(AUl-Str Game At Milwaukee)
American 400 001000 000-5 10 2.
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Pierce, Wynn (4), Ford (7),
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Woel Lost Pet.
aval Station ..... 7 2 .778 1


Itar Life .... 5
Is ........... 4
real Sports ... 3


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chter .. .. .. 6 56 37
a.n .. .. .. 9 44 50
i .n........10 49 35
tes .. .. .. .. 8 45 30
Uluas .. ..... 9 48 20
over .. .. 8 44 2
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175 So with Navy all but cham-
152 pions for '55, we direct the at-
149 tention of the fans to the tight
138 race being staged for the run-
133 ner-up spot, for which there is
120 also a trophy. Gibraltar Life at
116 present holds the spot, but they
111 do so by the narrow margin of
101 only % game and could slip to
101 third after tonight's activities
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Miller, Fabr (6),' Hetki (7),
Shore (8) and Berberet; Heim,
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Montreal 000011100-4 7 2
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Craig, 'Stanek (8), Wojey (8)
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the cellar-dweller. of the league.
The Insuran,- men have a 2
and 1 dge OB Ilport on the
season,-and haye- engued 'in
some torrid contests with them
all year. Gibraltar's 'etsational
scorer, Gehe Richter will be the
center of attr4ition in this first
game t6ntght: Richter has aver-
aged nearly 25 points per game
In the asix g :es he has played
ahd is, as of this writing, in
third place,
His opposition comes from two
Naval Station boys, both of
whom has played three more
games than the Gibraltar star,
Universal Sports too has one of
their cagers in the higher brack-
ets of scoring. Arnold Manning,
who has netted 138 pohsz, still
figures as a contender.
The league leaders defend
their 2 game lead in the night-
cap against the youthful Powells
five, and at the same time, Do-
ran and Hall will be trying to
boost their lead in the scoring
race.
Powells will be at a disadvan-
tage tonight without the servic-
es of Sammy Morris, the little
man whose scoring prowess has
landed 'him in the NO. 9 spot in
the loop. Morris has left for the
San Bias islands for the rest of
the summer and his loss will be
sorely felt by the Garagemen.
Taking up the slack for the loss
of Morris will be Raybourne, who
broke out into a rash of field
goals last Friday night to pace
Powells' with 18. markers.
Powell's main ambition right
now is a second place trophy.
though they have not altogeth-
er given up the idea of unseat-
ing Naval Station from their
monopoly on the Atlantic Bas-
ketball League championship.
Trophies On Display Tonight
Fans attending tonight's dou-
bleheader at the Margarlta gym
will have the opportunity of
seeing on display the trophies for
which the four teams are com-
petlig this year.
Last year Naval Station re-
tired the traveling trophy and
the league has now put to a new
one which, like the other, will
have to be won three times for
it to become the permanent pos-
session of any team.
The fifteen individual awards
for the players on the winning
team, the high scorer trophy
and the rumner-up trophy will
also be on dbiplay at the Mar*
garita r, home of the 'Atlan-
tic BasketbaLl Leag, tonight
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AMERICAN LEAGUE Frm Montreal
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/NewYork*....5 520 .655 -
leveland ....50 HAVANA Cubans Sports M.d
Chicago ......47 S 6 NEW YORK, Jy 1-(UP)-
Boston ,....4 n. 7 The Havana Sugar King. who
Detroit 41 40 .50612% never fail to ply their beat oail
KansasC oity 46 .439 1 before hometown fans, were
Washington .27 3 26 off o another winning streak in
Baltimore .... 23 55 .395 29 the International League today
Baltimore.... which left them only five games
back of the pace-setting 'Ioron-
TODAt'S GAME to Maple Leafs.
No games scheduled. The Sugar Kings made it four
straight victories 4-nd seven out
co^^mb (7, Jones(8. f Nhali of their last eight games since
I, P^onley (12, and Crandall,' returning home" lt night by
Bur genss. (61 ^not ,an,. downing the second-place Mon-
Burgsss (6o, Lopata (8s. treal Royal,, twice, 2-1 and 4-3.
WP-Conley;L-Sulivn. They trail Montreal by only one
WP-Conley; RunsP-uAmericllvan: Man- and one-half ganes
tome RNationaMuia. Man In the opener, they rallied for
tie; National uspair of runs n the bottom of
the seventh inning and then
staged another late inning rally
ea 1rea ln Inthe nightcap to again shade
eatu ired the Roy as.
Toronto scored five runs In
the seventh and eighth innings,
but t wasn't enough to over-
age L CJeague come Rochester's early lead and
S, lost to the Red Wings, 7-5.
In other action, tne Syracuse
STL Chiefs defeated the Columbus
On Tonight Jts, 3-2 on Bob Bowman's sev-
... .. .i enth inning homer, while a dou-
bleheader between the Buffalo
o Bisons and Richmond Virginians
Atlantic Basketball League be- at Richmond was postponed ae-
gins. Only two weeks from to- cause of rain.
night the schedule runs out and The linescores:
no one is betting against Naval (1st Game, 7 innings)
Station's ability to cop their Montreal 000 001 0-1 6 1
fourth consecutive Gold Coast Havana 000 000 2-2 5 0
championship. Their r e c or d Lehman, Mickens (7) and
should remia clean; ftottr years Teed;, Valentine, Harris (7) and
they have participated in the Montalvo. WP Harriq. LP-
annual summer campaign at Mickens.


R4 %oI July 1-


Sth rcogt 'on a
prom n his major -.
1 n lm .


C= who lost the crow
to J Joe Waleott and the
lost tmes in attempts to
ala 4I against Waleott ad
the current titleholder, R eky
Marlsane, was a 9 to 5 ehote
to win the 10 round television
spectacle..
But Andrews foresaw a differ-
ent, result, and he anticipated
that his victory would earn him
an Aug. 3 bout against Hurricane
Tommy Jackson., in Syracuse,
N.Y., a scrap already assigned to
Charles.
"I hope a win would put me in
the top ten heavyweights," An-
drews said, "but I don't know
that that means much now.
They' shifting so much."
Andrews figured he would
weigh "a solid 180 or 187"
while Charles anticipated he
would go about 192 or 193.
Charles will be making his
104th professional appearance a-.
gainst Andrews with 13 defeats
and one draw, and 89 victories,
Including 54 knockouts. An-
drews has won 30 bouts, 17 by
knockouts, while losing five.


f Had Fought
\ AMERICAN LEAGUE '


Xuenn, sa .......
Carrasquel, ss ...
Fox, b .........
Williams If ....
Smith, If .......
Mantle, t ......
Betrra, ........
Kaine, r .......
Vernon, rf ......
Finnigan, 3b ....
Rosen, 3b .......
Pierce, p ........
b-Jensen ....
W nn, p.........
g-Power .........
Ford, P . ,,.,
Sullivan, p ......



Totals


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3 1 1 2 0
1 0 0 1 2
3 1 1 1 0
1 0 0 0 '0
6 1 2 3 -0
4 0 1 6 0


0 0 0 00
0 0' 0 0 1
10 0 0 0


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NATIONAL LEAGUE


Schoendienst, 2b .
Ennis, Ift ........
c-Mustal, If .....
Snider, cf ........
Mays, cf .......
Klussewski, lb ..
Mathews, 3b ....
Jackson, 3b .....
Mueller, rf ......
d-Aaron, rt ...
Banks, es .......
Logan, ss .......
Crandall, ......
e-Burgess, c .....
Roberts, p .......
h-Lopata, c ......
a-Thomas .....
Haddix, p ......
f-Hodges ........
Newcombe, p .,..
I-Baker ......
Jones, p ......
Nuxhall, p ......
Conley, p ........


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6 0 2 3 2
1 0 0 1 0
4 1 1 0 0
2 0 0 3 0
3 2 2 3 0
5 1'2 9 1
2 0 0 0 3
2 0 1 0 0
2 1 2 0 0
2 0 0 2 1
. 0 1 1 1
1 0 0 1 0
1 0 0 2 0
0 0 0 1 '1
3 0 010 0
0 0 0 02
1 0 1 0 0
00 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0


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-- A. ~ aNTpoto)
MAKES IT ON FIFTH ATTEMPT Distance swimmer Bert
Thomas waves to friends at Victoria, B.C., after swimming across
the 18% miles Straits of Juan De Fuca. Thomas started in Port
Angeles, Wash.' It was his fifth attempt to make the swim and
he Is the first one to do it.


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WHE BLAS ."EL TANQUE" he was unable to produce a med-
AGUIRRE won the third race ical certificate declaring, him
Sunday *ith native two-year-old O.K.
Don Pastor It was only Bias' Rebolledo was said to be suf-
second win in his last 48 mounts. fering from a cold.
Agulirre, who is presently go- -
ing through one of the worst H E-AVIEST SANCTIONS OF
slumps of his colorful career, is. THE W9EKEND were meted out
down in his,luck and can't seem to trainer Simeon "Boy Blue"
to do anything right in a race. Allen, Jockey Felipe Godoy, and
Although* Bias cannot be native filly Julie.
happy about his situation, h
mmaR qe ..nseled somewhat i Allep, Jele traier, was
theiact, that the peat Ed. fIne M; Gedeo, who o4e
die Atatio once reoa in well Julie lt week, was set down
ever W3 races without having for 1I meets- and Julie was al-
a winner. so suspended for 12 meets.
---. With Godoy up, Julie finished
BETTORS WHO HAD the dou- 14 lengths behind the winner in
bles combination of Verticordia- a six-horse field.
Zaratustra for the first and Sunday, Julie cantered to a
second races at Juan Franco seven-length win with green ap-
Sunday, were sure of collecting prentice B. Baesa riding.
even before the second race was ---
run. FORTUNATE HIDALGO JR.,
Fractious Zaratustra reared was the nl other rider to be
and fell, while knockiu off "sus-eded.
Jockey Ovaldo hanla efor He got six meets for forcing
Eric to go wide while riding rs
the running of -the second race, o e whe rit.g
rolled under the inside railing, o
raised himself and With tail held
high, galloped gaily through the TWELVE ORsES wr e
e I. He rms imTWELVE HORSES were en-
centerfeld He was immediately termed Monday for the 2000 one
Evidently train of tharte fr mile, "Republic of Peru Classic
Evidently tiring of this frl which Will be run July 31, for
Icini and probably deciding classes "B" and "C',.
that It was time he be getting
home, Zaratustra hurdled over Entrants are:
the rail and 1huded onto the 1. Jaquimaxo ....s.....1
main track where he was soon 2 Leaden ........... 1
captured. 3.Bradomin ..........11
iThe double with the runaway 4. Mlrtatoats ".......... .
had been paying $3 10, but hold- 5. Turgot ................ 1
ets o0 tickets collected 7. EsZria al................ 112
S7. Monte Rouge ........ 11
TA X PECTED "MATCH 8. L yonder ............ ig
RA 'E" between Pappa Flynn 9. Consuerte ............ 110 i
and Nogalino filed to just an 10. Guyaqu dl.......... 10
easy workout for the former, 11. Pappa Flynn ........ 10
when NIgallno's trainer Hum- 12. Supersun ...........
berto tassano, scratched his 1 r,
charge because he "did not care Ch dwk, e .
to rM, him."
Nogalino and pappa Flynn areOmt k AWMWRt
two of'the most promising hors- h s
es in training at Juan Franc;. 'EnlINl t aT ran
After a series of consecutive wins t Ichand T mV Firace
for both, they met for the firstle i, 1 **m.
time last wqek. with wogallno KOel lhir W i rg
easily defeating his rival by *Wb"" H
three lengths.
In that race Nogalinoad d had DOVER, July 13 (UP) Flor.
the benefit of Chilean ace Cris- ence Chadwick, 33-year-old Call.
tian Rbolledo in the saddle, ronan typist, hopes to start an
while Pappa Flynn bad been pi- England to ance and b a c k
loted by bungling Amador Val- non-stop channel swim this after-
dlvia. noon.
After h# victory last week, lShe said s heintended to take
No automatally moved the plunge at 1630 gmt.
U M acet and Papa Flynn re- wether conditions in the chan-
al o nel are good but if Chadwick sue-
olw'a hailers net ceeds in swimming the Channel It
,COn d t oftwol was the w h the years earliest success.
bIas, thattheir bid.
..na n t l She said! "Irealize a tb er
also, =--d and back nonstop ewire will mean
PUB hot".l11pou nslge a bo ut 40hours in the water"
11 pounds All Channel swimming experts
here say a non-stop there a n d
Tlhi5s s Pam a Mauin had back swim is Impossible.
rpand hst 'r ... ..."Chadwick already holds the
V..p... "'and .uo r has record for women's Channel
hat tMa wa wht *soared Sr crossins in both directions. In
Fnamamofef. IM *e swap from France'to
pon Humberto, who Is a2Enqjnd- In 13 h ours 2 ominous
shrewd man of the turf mustandgl -- years l-r f-rom Ean.
haw felt he definitely had land to'Frim'e In 14 h2o u, r 4
uuds for his fears when. Pap- minaf. s.
pa Flynn, under the smooth .
haOdR of Caliche, galloped the
sev-frlog d nee Sunday. ATN
in a m Intty ,b2 1:31 1-5,.
^SS -se better than D BAMf, Ore. -(UP)- An el-
Bi-is, "riM;-.^i ihoe lea-s d has ,rae into a
IS !WWaIRr with this
eastn6' h On eil council
S" - memb w pproed Ia iLentifwd
.Crstan prs u e" -Diwed to
hewoe r the"wa c
We"e l-o '11k


one gw wt
wa.t. even ini8t
eiiai stood at iiit to
cheriahld goal-.-ul e
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InuIWSIO b .raa AfW'jMivanU' a lavy .
the Bstm"n H ox, ki eAue j a i "
ed the Natioa Leagar forge. tg h*lrie'
live viftores in toAe saMua x *mels h.tf bewe. lbV agV
and given "sealor" Czeuit oft ir w
ciam nape they will even the s- s N
ries in the year. Jst aead. O < Neweontie dal
But come whit may In toe tfa. (aio l ninng). Sm-JM oatc
ture, the &l All Stars clasllsc (a) o) Nual- f w t
goes into the history books as ati(three) and iGene. Co
"Stan's game." M uwaukee one) sBt cfl S .
Pusea up by the fans, who vot. th rest of the wayt Coni
ed Ted Klussewaki of Cincinna ti ywe's losing a
into the role of starting first base- this time for striking out the* i
man for the National League in- in the 11th inning.
stead of Stan, the St. Louis Cardi- Meanwhile the -NL. t r k
nal star was rushed into the game back. to tie the bore with tr o e
as a substitute outfielder a n d runs in the seventh and thrWee1h
stood out by smashing three big the eighth, l off Whitegy Ford- V
All-Star records. the Yankees.
For one, he became the first t
player to appear in 1 All-. Star Willie Mays of -the, Giants
games. touched off both ralse wth sin.
For another, his homer was his gleg. In he seventh', M.,to.
fourth, breaking the All-Star ree- second an Hank A
ord of three he had shared witll served on johiiya EM a
Ted Williams. When Chico Carrasql booted
And finally, his game winning Stan Lopat's grounder, Aarn
blast also was his 14th All Star scored, too, to make it5. .,
hit, another mark. the eighth, .Klusewa.l Ransom
Musical's smash, on Sullivan's Jackson, and Aaron siled be.
first pitch in the lst hal of t h e hind Mays. Jacksm to* third oa
12th inning, struck like the crack Aaron's blew and scored t ghe t
of doom for ai American League run when outfieJder Al Kalnla'
team that had blown a five run throw went through third-b a se-
lead. Sullvan, who said he tried man Al osn. .
to throw a fast ball "low and That set the stape for "Stan
tight," admitted the pitch came in The Man."
"too high." Musial said he was Musial, named to the sqtud fs
sure it was a homer "as soon as a sub by manger Leo Durdoeher of
I hit it." the Giants was -snt into the
It was the second extra inning game by buroche' in the fourth
game in AU-Star history. Oddly inning in left field. Under AStaur
enough, the first-a 14-ning af- rules, which ire th starters
fair n 1950-was broken up by ato pl at least nnin that
homer by Red Schoendlen, I wu- was the s tonet p-
sialsi roommate on the Crdpl pear..
There was no hint of such IDusi e lra
wind-up a ,the. g.et. bga ..wWtn.lrWh.i.v e .,


Army Atlantic K"m.Ks


Kobbe Out Of st Pl-ce

In Service Cage League
g- 0 e.

SERVICE STANDINGS. I tnai -THowie i&AC&elnn. waUlid


Won Lost Pet.
Port Clayton ...... 9 1 .900
Fort Kobbe ........ 8 1 .849
Army Atlantic'..... 6 4 .600
Troopers .......... 3 6 .333
Albrook AFB ...... 3 6 .33
Coco Solo Navy ... 3. 7 .300
Navy Pacific ..... 1 8 .111
Results Monday
Army Atlantic 87, Ft. Kobbe' 79
Troopers 70, Navy Pacifl- 51
Fort Clayto n72, Coco Solo 53
Games Thursday
Fort Kobbe at Fort Clayton
Albrook AB vs. Troopers at
Fort Amador -'
Navy Pacific at Coco Solo
(All games start at 7:30 p.m.)


Army Atlanptic has changed
the script for Thursday night's
big Panama Area Armed Forces
League scrap betweewf Fort Kob-
be and Fort Clayt on the
Clayton floor.
The third-place Bushmasters
rose up last night on their home
floor to stop tt the liner ex-
prexs with an 81-79 reversal of
,orm in knockin the ing the ers n-
to second place, one-half game
behind Clayton.
While Kobbe was losing its
first in nine starts, the Caval-
lers experience little trouble On
the home floor In rocking Coco
8olo Navy,72-,7-3 to gain first
place with a 9-1 mark.
In the other fray Monday
night the Troopers moved into
a deadlock with idle Albrook
AFB by putting down tall-end
Navy Pcific, 70-81, at Fort Am-
ador.
So Thursday night will find
stunned Kobbe trying to climb
back into first-place at Clayton
against" ea e-It 'has beaten
twice ti as0, one -in an
overtime tournament clash, the
other, 69-858, in la ague tilt.
Monday night's upset was the
fifth win in six Stdls for Army
Atlan*ti, which Zbad dro"
thre trt:bfete that.
be .mn, A. 41-, 5.1
thiwlr" 'Imettnw on, the home
floor. I
The lop' tp corer. 4
center T rmxb at wa
the bigoufw&rAL Hechged s4
markeasto ruIh*
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Kobbe wio two points
80-18 with tree straight ire
throws but the A's recovered.
McCalle enjoyed. is beet
scoring night of the season in.
the losing case with 32 points.
Running-mate Ed Nicklos pop-

At Clayton the Cavaliers Ted


rit McCurry's i and Larry Do
via' 12. Bill Ward tallied 8'lIar
the Blues, who dropped ht
sixth place, one-half game .b- .
hind Troopers and Albroo-
The Traopers used 14itVI
in snapping aflive-am
streak. or e Ward wao
with 17 aadtes< Valdes fol ou
with 13. For Navy Pasifle t w"a
the eighth loss in nine starts.







The Amrican Legion Clb, .l
Aador, Canal Zone Is offerng.
tonight for the first time a .
rift of judo matches prform
by both men and womain. 2"
program under the lIrUoam .t.
Mr. Entleki of the Panm' .
n __ Pbee Departsent. will
Oen to the Public St 41 -
The ji. Jitau smoker will t
at 7:. pam.
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1. Introduction: Oumuesi 1L ,
tory oftLjdo. ,-"
2. Kodokan method of il$WI*;
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.-ruoped out for Roberts in
rd.
b-Popped out for Pierce in 4th.
c-Struck out for innis in 4th.
.d-Ran for Mueller in 5th.
e-Hit into force play for Cran-
dall in 5th.L
f-Singled for Haddix in 6th.
g-Popped out for Wynn in 7th
h-Safe -on error for Burgess in
7th.
1I-Flied out for Newcombe in

x-None out when winning run
scored.
Errors: Mathews, Carrasquel,
Rosen. RBI: Mantle 3, Vernon,
Logan, Jackson, Aaron, Muslal.
2b: Klusswskj, Kallne. HN.
Mantle, Musial. 8: Pierce, Avila.
DP: KlusewsL, Banks and Rob-
erts; Wynn, Carrasquel and
Vernon. Left: American I, Na-
tiPual 8. BB: Roberts 1- (Wil-
1I1ms), Ford I (Aaron), Jones 2
(Vernon, RosenM, Nuxhall 3
(Smith, KalIne, Avila), Sullivan
I Muslal). 0O: Pierce : (onnis,
Snider. Banks), Haddlx 2 (Ks-
lUe, 'Flnlgan), Wynn 1 (Muilall
NeWcombe 1 (Avlla), Jones I
(M e), Nuxhall 5 (For o, ver-
A Rosen, Sullivan. Smith),
a vwiu 4 MIys, Jacksoi,. Lo-
g Lopa). Conley 3 (Kalle,
ernon en). HO: Roberts 4
in .& PMrie in 3; Haddlx 8 In
3, Wynn 3 In 3. Newcombe 1 in
1. Jones 8 In 2-3, Ford 5 In 1 2-3,
Nuxhbll i In 3 1-1, Sullivan 4 It
3 1-3. (MFaced one batter in li2t>,
Oo0iy o i 1. R-Ut: Roberts 4-
4, pierce 4, Haddxir 1-1, Wyan
0-%, Neeoumbe ., 04 o n-o,
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a ., ,ou..isnlmaey In avln uq e reue O er mte waa mor i ioua ove fo. aoa ft Ft&s.fl t 8 In
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Mccoy"". who's b ha etgain waeioht arbortouolD the sn p n g of both ia l fid r me n alu tond cofm e t th ot a bI th a m
out u 4, but bo oth thee firemen e- NW (NA) Theup to tehe e vent dead fit. Swaps SMarea anda JlfishLTournam ext e fish1with ht a le .sSor







l at oytaa inkn fast all aa trep swie-N ua remthe Itr a- Wd Nashua won races in Februa ps bt P anmUtdI| Rnevuorte0Oaet.
Its h e l ai fl ru thee na-lot who doha thebreerd d towB S ho ard onlyte a to=i ThierCls u o. reweEr.s and a fesin loo Dgils eetv a

Dal iw P s Moran, who fondoy wa fe e d tam o be wel ea l ne to e a t n ha' a I o Reel Clu, i off to a splash i Island Club, the floating
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L appa tlD Meew nOn a t IC Lhi toe ed f H end the bl s eouth lengths otA .29Tfrom Coeltown in e letroi t taeS. 1lc oL
ead a Will Be le an er t aed .o..enllev f the~mewb ulr return O e Ellswoth tn th ta Pin ,Ithe entire monh Of July e ch sportsmen t er at niht
.stO aq beea at worl d ckewhileecouanmtion adv>-..to his '5 e orm. Meschaeh Tenney have ladicated o ac race s be ae A ad taeir Th E PROGRA M w-4 e a
StaBnbg eWr wa ab gom f sgt tthoM a D umbe ar row n, gHettiant io to a frie m l to Jimmy ider hpac to Oa O e e the el o torera









n otu who d s. d en gn 108 raonted a ron lergat. Terenrank S ellivfn wt and handiapperi at al ew o th at thet eopivtal Club s Colono
who memlD took or i14 onteau, otfrt. mouTd with a pe intch Y r trsons a od aanta itathat wAs a traivertya Wlrren right I tire unday, July 17. fom
e Mo etn I t oh hso.e a rdeceiI eto acet ntht The Red Soer more recent dol .by at Bem ot Par Sept. 4I The hr e n and SSNashua an alf n Sve come from s h P m fish. w- -


















hea toW hn< a Dm oan a a ob th g rlt refpr Bdmott a s Dar de las lving thoh he $100,000 Wil -- purse to odhari- wne T tha na I
Is ieome e Dbeeihe r at Yet St a d i distance. vae ee et e Going farther back, Man o' War bee it M am toand n an. Also at Pid Bay Is the "ex-lt



















thi p ouod ol lh oenfroe Jo a oe htsmoreS a t ke wsthGames lost bd mom cr r bevm g pointed for the rich tefaughed at Sir Barton a nd thm e
thim hae keptT Bown, no great thgeteroW bt BC lwy an Itreolt- Irnthe il weena beautifullC Gardene State at Garden State have beeo Ppu w
S. et e la ot I e -r is a big Park, Camden, N., ct. 9 caught in tr he wrong she against o o r
sorT iwclltoettotnhand rI d aone from the ft or ia the ofuV- sed iixn spots. wi e a-htothof. htwes oded Zosms evaiy
Saket er y To lsor and t to usoriamenh t oandw Me pa t Pbe pewle are ors. the Sysonby is 0 o a t ae t Som e of the Florida fishermen sLos marn t o,
ihtsp lD- --n, hMc left r oe Woodman, onetime manager popmmei, Incame Ike D eok tree-ar-old a up, we t for Th ere haved bs e some notable atv f insed thes wate befre e tihe ad of tDe L
Barnk o te YeancMlNe an ihey ibather Inlo if the oYankees faces. catcher make i t an evesn eater race c Eclipse beat H e n r y by earore by t e P sn th y ofMgi mi te ari b
moveoenw w h leer s ytt Ther I a f t s t 0 As well equilas t for fire fii tte and attraction wither preoenre etos eyelash in a rubber heat atnI r o t










W'h entats Marteeogo fean tr c i nli to fhme, and ain g a des n do esd Bhe-of the. ania lmnre, Hello neythe old Union Course on L on tre ofg oos of tb ne fnhThe i x in th
dve ontrwiasau t ed ths raely fro attaru toecsre ndo to s. j 0. a ....... together inT Ricsable wite hims hsn a n h al f oecme. Jy 2. m aomf d i .s r ntudy










to sthatusle rendaotn aure tn thtoe htheorem-eme and rn- .. h_ iliam Hells, Jr i--slad Mr..c o the 0. ol d r a n, b
h ft Mou aofih.. is.nte rist eI w, Jad k iOet o r- Dik B Iroo Ii, t tr .ead hO.F, head or t.s hmle td f ei of
WeI amah e aoid .t B efo, e. .than years o ae, stl w o r.t- AUT oe srter. The as t-don. b aMs t d meM.s 8 2 he dar Ah e baire .Sab e Tate T ns ha been Nashuion e.ws. BhoeIcani










Av o mo, e re"meu a i ght-heofg!ntiV *INng, Aa. a roane-he opr ui ttYne or. Co ol hain i bfteal woweers detded foo ge seveh p-e e monter.of t hwrrivalsa
-BM Mtode, or m Teohicd ado tgf K n e oocf osrne a I s en iaond iw ast e. .. pl 0 e and absolute scturr e onder op aof gth e na inshe e iton s e
In Het nolmon ery eaplB ot, .o. the hindles ld gMnsy o'rBUloaUet at srkeT h 't m d-.. ..t.at. e, b atsthe-oau.im0 0 0 tthen har o and eL iwtrrib y at tw rletchampions si etf m e L o s

Softl waas moh a, S ue th e ghre. .ge of the organ saan e. nsorw the iniae s. f a s e it a mile an ChSagoe, 1y9.4 17942 h, tr ea nwty e. fhit gia tou aied t.i
One I ht a h loted s neo tl n ehea .re ai au .t .. .. .. orIt a The Rd Sex t right on 8 th leng be a heads for Saratoga nd iloelege lo n arni Frei a h I
I .m e . .. do eand with Tod W"llms, the ump- S oaps ...... .. 0 0 0 l l o wayn asnementt, e eu bas mint t atuneayo r i gng t il foathbfit

~As theI, Mor0ns ahgestpeo lTl Tocue of a se ent eer a nt he st e T Hanll .. ..m e .. rt 0 0 0 thing lhee tS a i, o s town nal a th Detlaro id t t i the t me s ti the
o o dd toais raorel t h ea s of J a g ea c ameg is e rk -O sambit .. .. p. 0 0 0 0 a. o o p ard Awon d wl his fo oa rhely on July 2Al9 a t 9m ,- r inet-









In geh.'asJ ik ehisa p io t, eb5.. hap b r aher s a otheers --- sae N hse a s har ed Swaps agd ha d in he Ba o MGli *ar ,s N B T h sti sthe i stotima ea toteps .
d Al Mo his WMi oh ighskill- hhallrweekshwhenovirus se t otled N ashua goes a the A 12 8 86 ande' then g wr e. an d o Tan Teousv illaleeenuDeiio u sbaoon tie p ,BG
..m. -aeaaerniprucetferihenGa sHI M SOON ofN ownYor kierh ,s PMiso' Warransdo w c9ate ladenegats f1na wg19In l narl oas deifiding t oura ent. i
Mitho F tug l twouh h t B rion. .ton" his athefrasm..r w l hSm t oa d e waste auut rwa unn ua ontho. Theet ine acsr-h soe
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,;+. o I m nrla tet ye t._r _ohe ora6 11 au i._ .s, !r. 1atS t he1RexCa. lls m u _,wota stpo, .. gv ntemett,0S0p urse tochare- twel ar oldDa noiwhi aloD spre s _.tIanw
Ol Ihte r eort.fl1n no whea dacRestabltlso.r ttodi r o Did tt hed u yit2.. 8 oingsmo o8h aylokia d ao iJe D oh n ron which woll-r
d =hePhisevo f es.idero.pnent.r tha nA-seaeO .... ... t n- ards r-t h ad ty.' wby. r ier to d re r tsetBa o Ghae
With atendlwd i6gback. o_ i o Nt.i o ll g Wab e nth r ogeth t wrom Coma lr o in bretelcdi Detroith on rhrnt o' au.m e4n 1t5eandtor-

withou much success nti _Du re Dan too k ovr N. m it n FranAmi Sulivatm .r y bandd..ark .n am a. l Newr up ittn the clubo-fonMote' aeandowhoe's slaouf the thM rgarIs
himvrp I egon w orge.%fnte-fir ct.. y inme allom Q ESTO thee eoneratlideaJ. te w.i b g a a, nd 'Co lornt Wao ov st, Warure Wigh t tw Snud a July 1, f
Philardu hel ~ er. ronhisbatereowouled rbe mo r onPe Ite gN tgUth e $ ps saan a.. .Gh e v.h v er
Smauinasn the middleweiht i am l w e I, hs eandwr -thee o at' her ted, fT th rihe T chpe oi ang arher ya.. an oh War o anviteodbwh ichwil l
have T" I.Twasth -Dr y In O th..e nt 'of. b..eaifull. i Gar dn StateIat Gard.en1a-tn f

s creeft-b ander lifted one fro the floo Ithe d. usedin pouts.cITeyha ven a tb liow e ci a rfI a-,ti A ag t rl6.
, TA adtrI, becamet aTe uld or eh pla.Io n o s eond sn.. en .S u wr _,am bee n /cl ed L A. R N h d tcebcor t. o ase n' Thopes omein eionallinner
W ,hoasUro am orgosCrm amif roD n.-armedop andtoJ imm yple are . m r Bt ma th r n d Bi T
furo h.is pa l D an Mce trW e-. 'i-g was very much. "c sisju nkothtuthorse'on of o-forh .the, to a e a the "ail eplye.
ho a e g-,i in 1908,.stumbled around.I andhandi capper..... ll0N0e0 0thwill provided by ameBonte t Te ba t -. m into tourbt amentlon
M oyanlhoel Jeadnnetaealndwilliehis-,atlrFr thandco I8ah nbc I csean H"r. omio a osoedbyhePhsial
wo-w A gI tverfist..ho tCubmatchwi One;ettinl eaggtstegeenl idea Ttals r I gSpunded v heat witeh$D0,00 and Hus.tionande Te top.m. i Bralncsho btee
Whe r in, Mlerlfom tookt-J ,de .andWlrlel _t ,hto rance, heeled,, BooFe rrtss, tcmingat ryoNBelm ontaren1t93andl'94. hlv.iseo of a colasp fot ers thenine
KlausAas.tohe a indle weight DumampDn. .oadepaifai rdy p n y e cud elr-hand.rihtbam.ndeTr, og. -. totwelveyoine rerw a cMae auponm ra. Ulds.hasnow bhenJao arI
ti T hipswa enteorpr i.t He-aso m ade y imsewfhatiady to Dick owkameslost-by c T.re wer. 3101reDISPOSINGOFr hiswnr .t two.nmpe .nn.h
I~ftu as he kept B4rown, no great figher out always an l nud4I. ould he ~ as St a s..... Vy" u n tnh., War.Admiral, in'8, ..ea-wSThe peartiipals hgave be n tc-tSirrBarton1

Ot hsereknowneot i abdutChiplott i ngh-ie who p that Tmt D . ... .. ,. 0 0 tPr Caugh ofin ew ro by a girles; sagainretFrnch whpon is
sn t he l eft-han derlf ed oone ntaf l foorIthe mlion BE spetO Wo wusd ,, ..incarot#d ed L e T.et


Samy. e Whi..te.dadhO'hNDobbinss .Wodd -. o, n.. 0 0 00 Bran Ieman wasn't on ota bat-mi e-on t ournmtf a
one ntnon, amn fomb RicheardsooNnwttherehos LintiM and 1.4.00O A t.oflt w hl helda
Vuightiadlt n d dlewreightubothnwordechampos hatt u iiemnn Tothetla18er-20 dunderthnwerir.ItatwleTe n nyear,,shas anowbeen


Morgan spotted Wlliams and quickly got him the match
with 7 .
in b Dan's vernacular, every Jewish fighter In those day*
was "a Levinsky." When the Rink management asked Din for
the name of his substitute battler, he replied. "Oh, he's a Levin-
'Wb ft came time to introduce the fighters in the ring,
BIa._ .W.Ulun discovered that he had been converted into
ett i nky. That was in July, 1913. The Battler out-
VOlary In a 10-rounder, and decided that his new name,
and +ara, fitted perfectly into his plans.
Dum* Dah's rating of the heavyweights never lacked Inter-
am t in thl 4 i atlo. He called Jack ,eohtron the greatest, with
JAn Jeffls iondicd. and Ja* Dempsey.third.


AMERIAN


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first base. The runner breaks for
second base. The batter swings
and fouled tips the ball. The cate-
er holds It and throws to second
base too late to get the runner.
Doesn't the runner have to re-
turn to first base because of the
foul tip?-Marty Doyle.
Answer: No. A foul lip Is a
strike and the ball remain in
play.
Q. Under the new tule, the
catcher cannot leave his box
while the pitcher is purposely
walking th better. Suppose the
catcher missi one of his wide
pitches?-Foy Stak.
A. I a ruer w ad.
VAeN, IW a pasIWui alS. no
bearing e play, I's =l y a
ban. I
Q. With runners on first and
second base and aM out, the sin
is Siva for It hit sal Thie.
runner fro lnst bae hit by
the bttd# MI Whst h aens?-
bas1hel. *m nsi blue
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Totals


13 31529


Score y Quarters
6-6, 11-8, 13-20, 26-29
Keystoners


R. Bishop .. ...
. Cox .... .. ,
C. Bradshaw .. ..
F. 8tewart .. .. .. .
W. Engelke .....
M. Rudge .......
D. Stewart .....
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B. Hadley ......
T. Hadey ........
J. Potter ........
J. Rowan ........
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July 13 (UP) The ., '..-
ti T d -in- oFnepe o -te tru.an country '/i "-&-- s safe" r a.s so + -
ao important seasons a e p .d -. ,-u' '.-
gm since the truce wa. .
early two years ago. UBTIT A PANAMA *. P., WEDNDAT JULY IS
ion could well marl At _____ 3 *EDT Y 1,16
t. -.s.toward total aboili
traill Nati"ons e-


ommssi Ineffec-,MIItary Reserve ee argument
n hado trung byof the Korean
ted Comated 'St sth ussell Offers Compoe In

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Ionbecontinued Chairman Richard B. Russell pel servicemen to nerve In the the ready reserve. D iefor a bomi . -..
's session at Panmun- of the Senate Armed Services ready reserve on discharge would The provision, Rusgell saId, The bonus would be pal to O UN AAIN
was called by the CommaN committee offered a compromise not take effect until 30 days will avoid an "ex post facto" two-thitrd of the reenlistment after receiving a peti
to give their views ona today in the controversy over after the bill becomes law. situation in the administration bonuas they would have received Republc etate eter Pe( o33aM a
s1 for a reduction in the whether military reserve service Thus, no man already in or plan to make reserve service had they aied on fr another Avery of t printed the pe tif e w
ber of rts of entry"f ior veterans should be compul- entering the service before that compulsory for all servicemen. regular 4 ent=. the Preden nomination or
out which both bides can sory or voluntary. Under that proposal, Russell
r lementtrpsD ma argued, men now i serviccould Fr
brngr esacmet rvpBeiD bpe dPress becompiled to serve in the riady
te t sented his plan as the comhutAee OrlON
Ithobghitotal- oprseeservesill.teead- :know they wonld be =oo td w eUe d 'F
s dte aI whih wouln d Russell said he believed hisl 'u"l e e mde To wel the ranks ofexpri-
ptroposl t ."iame e e .en-r. enced reareervmests until vet-
allow fr ra the I prooal ,s'wi me it h incn to o Rei o h o
o igne inslly e th Under Rusea pa. (e in Argientihme authoriy Iatto ootne inJ7te ni ie -
itr fell f rt of e neto eron t years, teer a c- .
f preventing illegal w m- .nder the heading of W'i.ere WASHINGTON, July U (UP) some more-tuinkng about the dedkicted only.j onday when reue, for 30 mi. Ta

DriverKils a^ MVe ASUDepue,' t he w pInterhed oi teBProm A rou ofl CPubinpb has offered pto work wthotfe' lees m eat dfeac
eBtrg rtehatms wil "A nh en th r e "a "In drawing e desns foro the. A r Fd tohe r nIs* tiuo x trma the
the neutrOl te lA 13Democ (tPreen tor svra dy e_- e Ai compattee w cwask c omm an AM to sere i goBi aDon' ..d


pdnaee sertav he wae con h a opo Sotther arch itects woul d d ro othe k on the.an tohatdao WaI
ober ohe Rea d prAt onth'sen on mbhpred o f N osCnadainlHa Sft ovr l enperums i..o ,d nu ,, have called It "halfoeb!I ,e. ,


^the C Paper and Fbr oAmwee-l Tateoedtoriacomt- be nIo Tre coAmmitee aeterda de- of the &" unt lans ae bmkid," "barrea "Inhuman" to batBhe new u
.abolished ted un or h "more frmly entabt lh and "commercial." here or mone ae



Stepnin out of government be- clear The seemedd to Gui no Martine Marque 83-year-oldWriht' funds for Pre blggdent Eslaenhowr'i c n over the "afeming central-etu
oi inpe motions" w thesonet gateha wWi01 ",F" " s n [ owi" fqr was conUaned in J 7 tes- fin ftori-in the country" and "ins co!ce and
volalteo e timony bet orethedSHoue Appro- aInd termed. Its members sue.- I e co.! eus Iugeste4
--WA, M. July 1 (UP)- per July 13 (UP)- reeling for several days. The priatio committee whih was Ce ful "commercial arti ts." thati Aiof iltary actpite" In


trc dri told Hresi dent Eisenhower has noer- eVatican excommunwhaler the iommel- CmA rPttee on ewsprit also I u I sterday. The committee, wieforch ldreing the Colorado ring area Gre TO Talk
y he auddenl whircd tryarle. E. Wln chet aid totcom Pon h been hnded AmbaWador Scott the t Ledue It took e m harItr k n civy where the Air defense Come- .
DrI vn local Jr., Ohio manufacturer, to a u weakeJune1d, touchat he wl hidespread group of Cubteentaned publi the IAPArs who to dis----car- defense funds and ashed more mand and the Army's CH It RI n Fit
cn .dem thro Robete rt. Anderson an' talk softly and carry u station thatP te aportd price boost. Thi my and to th peAir ent from the Atom Caron edy ated
S puty defensat e secretary he was ton his way out protest to Harry A Scott the i n ew architects and work on the r gleami it "ha of e oe i.
S lRobertson 47 is president amnthe e bassador of Canada I n Hava start over. steel And aluminum est n cu r riticshavae aledbamrketo o,
o--the C raot aper ad Fiberr"A week late editorialists be- n e T he o idt e yod f the Acmi atim ~e bak "barren ,Inhuma atba roda n uon
r.Co. Hamilton. gayn toe under, but they pointed A representative of the Inter- nied funds or the aca emymore firmly exta lide ".commercial.
I. n ~Tavn raidenston said Monyhe hae wan out thanthe situation wastl A merican Pre ASocsiat ioin told the Ar Force to do The committee Is denied rThe group also expressed in tetn











ed,8.CroInTavrinrstop povernmentf He also served as prison nt a roun of known Mart B ixendalez on a. Maoeearthe acdemn le nothe "se emoi ngt e Those Interested are invited
Swo2 'opvite caairman of a committee on oppom lear. otere Jseemed to Theer o S Ma 14- at-ents- funds fo r President Eisenhower's 1957 Themittee to attend thi wch wl
Mi., iuly s a 1 M fer iO"alctionsit the der i reolt He wf releaed o une h P w cha mtte ran 8 d dur- t ^ship"oe and. for free lutod n Of military t atros be delivered in
truck dr iver toldl iireignationoasndefensewrcre-ao mic
trucldhiverodldP r resigna ti. Wo l asn'efe aid b ever, that whatever thedlfimdl- Comm..ittee on Newsprint, -also P o li0 shots for Children. the Colorado Springs a r e r nr w ToTk
he i n0 ,loc a l.tav- I effective about Aug. 15. ate outcomenPeronnhasrbeensSat.et. SpragueUFadf eandeundlboandh oa onda tt the.-h aAr ol0
tin thrremebehr. t ehte e rta o a Republican ha weakened, that he w ill have to. I
"r l ug--h. n-n d -fi- Btomorrow in t eusin I A JviBorylCouncill Atoowed h
Irta thed o ven oAINm l n Deprtm.ient.oHe rMAe.ln t. M a IIys11. G s 5* shot8 omssor cdresch Ithe .o rp- ret s
tlh hn eum tied has a long record service fo"Correspondment, managednlo Rnedh Die. m or Me el o ra rlof C t in t Wert H SE E --N
I t'he taedn on thel tio e goveme nt. gt out- tha essential fact fthsae tmer .e ctWe Ai e d 1
inol toheo VaruntcIrnls ee o uld c-s- 94044
f Ft n rt Shoremrtly before 1 me red on e War Produ- revol bed me te he o governmef ralcn om Paamboa C.; \ some e. "






r H ie dran w o nGO bee i Mar 1 and then went cart on paed 4wp the censorshinap tbes- fo de Latin 0Ameri ani pBoussa ra A r. tlmn- t fsa ,t.
H e n r eed hen The Pve tod t d binder ttae bo Eleven a tnd v girls were to dan e various rnrala a cti however have be R







he UnfleeneEhanIdnight, The measure was dropped by 1,f fist and. binastatn fforor nomw mi b d voI






]Con July 1 o( e of gproduers o thenebw loedollalre to lonchath oe plraa c the atimoaCee of fired dedihs pathes was, lfe3^0
t a Doen whoI e tad g ilization but communNicatirone o d re am o p eahwe J s a o tweeklyB h78e209740 or about 14 per cent -ttion projects ato
ycouples In aof i., oveoninnt. tem. t. wre goive. th e... reot.bassador fcoi .1 els wao t' h crd ofSte






doznh and e bn 13 o before ofw up lhd h0 m i en u ri the hos tly erep or below the Presi den' request.kl s and abroad-a Cr.ut of $7.17or j InP
two gayamf'" In two Oe. Come a m that su- beo we3 ucfholding dupein co relay. memo radu Two Of the babie hopia report. one boy and The committee eliminated the 000 from th, reuest.
enm he o u weaid t the p snl e the rlay aema Ti a l of Ftae Clt ,
Farsh, 6, promine 10- foreign aic a n deeme rd alarmist or subversivets n w er ion t.oher Cnl s. one girl wsere bod on the o .tAir Academy de- Theco mtte d t
huit f.amilyo, ....1 Gecnt. Roeto. okd.with. Long-suffering Davd Michel the world's newsprint is Uppled of.Jly. parents were Mr. and spite warning t ould mean request for $12,650,000 to bui R o ..
tlyo the Hoover Commission on or-Torino, former publisher of El by Canada. Ms. M. A. Th bodeau, of Pana- a "ya v. t e. the hul of a sh--- and sf
and. Mr s. o r ntranente, wentm back to -'r "City and Mr. and s. O.. M i. Gen. L. B.LWa.bourn. had .21 million for an atomic enmakdlglstl, h oon and the
a dm go- of the e alusvo .ervda 5 ppro oSherwood, of Lo econa. told the committee It had been to drive It. It noIted C eanr In ed t thW.e ur of oitic
o ouiron,, sopfovernment of acommiserved as prion In a roundup of known Mrs.h hoped the academy could be not authoribed the proThee e are Ivted
n .oef a vicoe a rm f.a comitee o oia lo he. n ndoles Theres were 142 Cpatients ad-:opened In September 1957.no Th committeelikewse tu
the fo .,w4-d. business organizatieonae lo at e e revmt rThe proposed academe was ad down the adm AN Ca u tratio' be dv n ngIsh
..DoMlla ,26, od`a ,a ferne. nDepartment. 27." in Uh Funerl W II. B d e ga (Pur Gd w \ .r
t lint Jun or College.,/ ames5and addresses of
rdabout 20 feet, then .Tomorrow In Anconthe parents of the bsss of e
e wben Numner reloa d-'Awere:
pi" and emptied 80-y -'.___________fr___.___ranMr._P______O
-t1. more sositolr7. 0- MorevShotsv Ofv Salk CarolinaI ca B=zondae, of Panama Cnity Mr. a an Mrs..Co-5














III o ,-- dernew, s aee fety sndrs Under e--e Kea~eeats IdU o to so an, Iei(TUP)---oastOu ~ e werel -


S .. ... imposed by the government May could gi free shots to all cl- survived by her daughter Mrs. hesitant to doubt the veracity of
.J., July t13 (UP)- 26 after several polio cases oe- dren and ant mothers If Elsabeth Davis, of Panama City, a radioed report from a boat-
O P il.l Walen nearly erred among children nocl* they assuming e a brother, Felx Icaa, of Boeas man that a flying saucer had -A.
Pfstd~ay when he gota ed with previ-usly-released vac* voted ate funds. The del Toro; a sister, Mrs. Anna sipped over his craft in the San- -."
.uiSt .n obstruction he cle. bill, however, would require ds Josefa &Icka de Arango, of Pan- ta Catahina Channel. MI
tram &-seweF yesterday Last week the health service re to match the federal funm. Th ama City: four grandchildren The report came from George omoek -aovertbsthMilh lt iom
-ev- y"ron- b'ar. " leased 300,000 shots made by the Senate measure would not. and two great grandchildren. Washington. ...fin idllaLFEl
ctlon was a "live" Wyeth Laboratories. This was
artillery shell. Ar- the first batch cleared in a mouth, Ir
kit to nearby Ft. A hth service spoken said O W R

^.K.0.-" tto1 rb Pt* A kedit meets ta e ewstandards. Uu As d To ll T h e
aba. T 0 W shots In a. Who Have Anything To Do With NAACP
OA July 13 (UP) A have bee ren by the SOv- .. ib- W W th lV ---,-r. j
om the pedestrian ernment since the immunizon A, July 13 (P)-Atty., In a letter to Whitman, Cook the wR of the people," the letter .. .. r
th oroe street bridge program begid last April. Get Mae Cook arsged the said "I pMsume the latter part added. 4 P b pt tch
her, but city athorl- -e .House Commere C6mmit- S.tate Education today to of resolution referring to The attorney general earlier
Vt1wa8 not for the con- tee and Senate Labor Committee *a s t eawher who is "at- teachers who agree -fto t a eh mailed 0at letters to school otti-
of people who want to voted separa f vaeatia oated i otributed to the mixed eleseos wouldalso ap. ials a oer the state asking them -
r e. i rogruu fr tm I. Nationl o for the Ad- to these teadeer who are a. to shform the state law depart-
vat haven't gotten beral thaneaisli's s- vnc eof Co PeoIpled lated with or contribute to the meat maeately of say 0loc al
B the n e,- q ested -he da la ... .tSe baoa pissed NA ACP. c, to segregation.
bridge* T Swde-oosaaielapf elti "zo a ognesever" WT *If tIt does not"hohe Oadded "I saember James S. Peters .4
S nsaid. proved a bil authorizing federal cases *f teacher who "uor e yd ou to give ons- of Maechester said he believed the
rDtl pa.? teA, S. Iin ls iurag e, rcUomme o a oer t to:I a op. i sfu le. reseltiasi was meant toe o v r
om s .Siett S tietp me ied um e. f to t eftec" Isuckperseons as support the NA.
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o3 ( state's ddrve btoQA p elDaesn't oprsto
A"i 1 Sscho aog el s ,cold As bor fte with-aW agedt ect, to remaln
a=his jbe"hsaid.
W t:ca George P.
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