The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Wh Challenge To Russions Panan
"l -" Albrook Air Force Bas early in .
---0--* Dcember.
QENEVA, July 18 (UP)-Presidento Eisenhower opened the Big Four ammmit conference today with a chal. The new building, aimed at
lengs to Russia to agree to a free, unified Germiny and to controlled disarmament that would guarantee against r i mor adequate w ark-
"frightful surprises" in this atomic age. tion, will completly aircon -
The President speeh, "whlt chalenging, was far from pessimistic. tines the comfort of both
SAnd the eight-point program h proposed for a Cold War armistice was In keeping with the cordial atmo- pati personnel. -
sphee. in which this first top-leve-l nfereane since Potsdam's disappointments opened in the Palace of Nations. .- A ground-brestn ermnsy WASWHNGTON, July 18 (UP) y
T holdlisthFridaof the the hand of W ash ngtheldttontyFrirayhmornin
Mr. Elnhower emphasized the cordiality of the conference opening by shaking the hand of Sviet defense t building wil be located Washington ttorey for the United Stats
minister Giorgi Zhukov in what the President's press secretary described as "a very enthuslatic" meeting be. the rear of the present dispen- sociation of. the Panam6 Canal Zine, flstiftid
tween the two World War H comrades. ar- moit his 'misgivings on the opratpt eof th
Work on the project will be Patn6 tr eay were bosed on the fcft
THen the Big Four Premldgwt "We can, perhaps create here The French Premier echoed kov that he would have an op- carrie out by Calvinio and Ro- t
WBaehowr, BaMltbh Prime am- a new spirit that wl. make pos- the American President's high nortunity to see both Mrs. Esen- quer a. Ltd. of Panama City. nins do not like us." ,
Sister Anthoni. 3den, Freneh P- sable IfuLUe sob tio,of problems hopes that the conference might hower and eMa. Elsenhower at Heaid he believes this to be a fact, and not Me
iler Pr Pure, Soviet Pr- which .re within our respon- start the world on a path to tonight's dinner at which the The facility which is to be4 4
Muer oal ul n their albilities. peace. President will be host to the en- feet wide and 4a feet long will be a O n
respetive staffs of _sd s ai d And A .equally important, we But Faure's outline of.French tire Soviet delegation. of permanent type structure in- .Hweg was oworingl qupti.nin by thl
consultants assumed air seats can try to take here and now at aims was received coolly by the Before the Bg Four settled eluding a aement which the I *
at the conference table. Geneva ise frlt steps on a new American delegation. He sketch- down to their tasks, United present buRllg does not e. i" ot C nitWe, which Ol
.... road to a just and durable ed in detail hise deas for a plan Nations secretary general Dag The new planwil give the medi- inlgs on he tray hi order to moke its
The p iJng. satements of Mr. to end the Cold War and for Hammarskjold delivered a brief cal section a more adequate to the full Se\on whet i the doc i
Eisenhower apd the French Pre- His eight-st Dlan for bring- budge control of arManents: spech d welcome. worklag space. t ethr th do l t
mier filed the mornat's open-mg an end to the Cold War was: The ench proposals were He said he spoke for all mem-tiied by tdStte
Ing saelon. 1. erman reunfcaton, fol- said to have caused condderable bers of the *U.N. in wishing the Alvaro Gomes will be in charge On be th USCA, oI prp #" '.
M .d thO. t lowing ftee all-Geman elections, concern to the President and conference "all the success the of the construction work for the
-penedtf-in." Lh Ah East-Wqet security sys- other members of the U.S. dele- world." contractors. statement p%61 in The Susndy all ,
_ly-t. .,t K tean 11 whdh a united Germany gatlon. in- thi u ssoCitl view (on 10 mi
1. "A security actOf- wow be free to choose its own Faure sAggested a possible Be gint 8h Cil I'W n t hvbnadelthe to
i European s rty syst n I red to have been made by the Ue tuo
those around this table and a of theright of whtch the Seviets elm Mlot r BegliS 10 tatrve 1 treau e
united Germany might-e am the s ov tellltes to choose the West. Aa his for .
et ..- sss.n.n ", tota&,,l their own form of governments reduto of t He w owed n the
forces and- W= a 100100 e. each l of u etT te wb y,
sei.e..adthc. -and h.inan" barriersmsearatn be" 4 O P lrottest uranft01

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Reports To is

The spokesman sald that no,
charges have been filed against
Irvine but that an invetUgatloo
is being held.

Panomonion Dies
In Daughtert' Home
An elderly resident of Panama
City died at the hoe of his
daughter in Paalo late Satur-
day night, appal~etly of i heart
Po**e report ow iat Jaes
Week, 73-yer '-
badog i ter
body W to tet
morgue, and aM autepy
auested. lie had nobee
for about a week, his dau ter
told police.

M BLsezbower, keynotin t)he
conference, caned for *a e
apoti." He urged the heads o
R. to pgenema o and
put Into motion the new forces
needed to set us truly on the
path to peace."
"All' humanity will devoutly
pray" tor thls a he sld.
Mr.BMntower f rhSANy ehal-
lenged Rumil to 'Improve the
latesiniatalel clmate" by ee-
ope npr wl th Vhe West in a
woOd e program of dsarms-
meat ad the use e atosae
; I"for consitrmete par-

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scuM 0mmd.

Young Maiel Centills of Chl-
br, wll probably think twice
before venturing to walk along
the center of any highway.
The 19-year-old youth was In
Santo.Touas Hospital today suf-
fering from a pomlble head con-
cuhlon u a riult of violating
the law.

The American Chief xeutve, ntl together with a
speaking with obously deepyouner brother, were wilkng
o e and m rb, laid be-og b r er walk
.1 convicted ad ai mo-south on Madden Road .eClose to
fore 'the three et chiefs o the center lane of the highway
governments hi eis point p when they were passed by a 1-
gram for s lev ee. ton truck which was tdwng an-
He prefacedt other track, driven by Ricardo 1.
*i f ... .. Doyer told police afterwards
ilewish community that the first ck passed Cen-
S. LAI;-. "tilla, who suddenly swerved to
Caets $ 3MiNAHUM'1his left as If he were olng to
.ro \ ',. B r cross to the left side of the h-
From West Berlin way. Then e topped. At at
moment. Doyer's elbow which
eRLIN July 18.(V)-he was projecting from his open
-West Berlin city government has window, struck the pedestrian
sgned an aMipesiept with the on the head, knocking him to
Jewish Iternational Restitution the pavement.
successor or glsation for pay- ThE tre d youth was taken
meant of $U 000 restitution, by private car to Sanfo Toma
the vetg Berilr Jewish cOintu- Hospital wherq. at first he was
nity revealed today. reported to be uncontoius and
Part of the m ey, $40,000 in criticalcondi tin Later It was
wiU o directly to the West Her- revealed he Wea being held for
bU =lefsh B T. observation of a paeibgle concus-
The money M iLaN the Or- .
man authorle,-. tti, The ease was referred to the
byr Jewish reperyccf Sted traffic officer feda position, but
by the a no charges have eet filed yet.

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tharwthot hishla s th
ha wamth tbt resulted the
days when both mer nsoers
la a ehmmeow eeaus I World
-Mr. lnhowet Inulred to the
hest of Mr Zhukov and the
Mar"hl' family.
Zhukovr, in turn, Inqul r e d
about Mrn. Eisenhower and ex-
prasel the hope he might meet
the President's son, Maj. John
Eisenhower, here, as the Presl-
Mr. e ,m shower assured Zhu-

Suspend Ferry

Service Tuesday

Night For Repairs

Thatcher Ferry service will be
suspended for several hours
Tuesday night beginning t 9
o'clock. It was announced today
by the Navigation Division.
This is two hours earlier tian
previous announced, the extra
ime n needed to complete
repair to the loading ramp
on the west side of the Canal.
The work will be done by In-
dustrial Division forces.
The service is scheduled to be
resumed at 5 Wednesday mosn-
ing. During the eight-hour pe-
riod when service uI susantted,
all vehicular traffcl across the
Canal will be routed over Mira-
flores bridge. .


ia island shirts in "Ad-
and" to Davy Crockett
m the main street
chaplains representing
a dedicated the park
idwain Knight of call-
Art ULnklettor. Ine
and Free (Davy Creek-
ker were among the eel-
who partIcipated In the

wmnw 5w:3 a-P.w inuay,_ a u
day her Dr. mas 'Bu-
menbac, Ireported for iduc-
Uon ibto the c Health Serv-
ice as an assistant dntal surgeon
rather than go into the Army or
A member of the Unity Church,
Mrs. Blumenbac hid her father
committee u id protest to the
eldest of his three spas entering
military servIce baring World War

wrote to' Presidnl EZisei
Dec. 4 and to the Coral C
draft board June 30 prtestin
son's impending uetion aim
w gwhen the
formin them t pt when the
law was enacted in 1n40 she
a vow to starve, heself to
if he-. nlyv hild ever was

"I made a pact between myself into service.
and God that if the time ever
came when my son would be With only an occasional sip of
forced to join the armed forces, water, the slender, d*ak hairel
I would go on a hunger strike un. house wife has coftinned her nor.
ti death,' said the Wan Mrs. Blu- mat daily routine, but she is grow-
menbach. ing weaker.
h a telephone interview from She said she has had only slight.
Savannah, the son termed h i ly more than a quart of water
mother's action "courageous" ad since she began her hunger
added his own protest, strike.
"Military service is a waste of Although deeply religious him-
time and a farce and I very defti- self and in sympathy with h is
nitely am opposed to the coercion wife's beliefs, Blumenbach said he
to induct men into uniform," he oppses her actions.
said. he family lives in a large
Informed by his draft board he home in an exclusive residential
must serve in the military serv- area of Coral Gables.
ice at completion of his den t a I The young dentist told reporters
training at the University of Ma- he had considered listing hlnsel
ryland last month, the young den- as a conscientious objector on ze.
tist said he volunteered for the liglous grounds, "but as the say-
Public Health Service as "the les- ing goes 'how can one man fight
ser of many evils." City Hail?" he added.

ired pas
.on to empls i'of
"We beM that the Amed-
can of the Canal
should always be "reserved," he
"While it Is incumbent up-
on us to as helpful as ps-
ble towai making our Pana-
manisa neighbors sood citsens
of Panama, it certainly s not
Incumbent on us to endeavor to
make them UnitedBt ates citi-
"The obligations which our
government has to Uci ses
wh are serving it in the Ca-
naf Zone aoul not be wubpr-
dinated to its desires to m-
-* .. the Panasmasan emOn-
-'nlow said he believed the
committee should ae clear Its
Interpretation of the treaty in
line with the following four gen-
eral principles:


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pre which em to le been smart o to grtee a only area ind which we have with Mrs. Bobby's restricted bd kdly cosi .
rpetuaton through h enactment or inaee a rules acre enoughsonfrathe Hra, Isdtchtit has tl ""naar
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be Inered en me anr w nos give a so-ao-so wnthr in this. aew nation t budig \ b nttled the meat-axiespg of Cong aot h ha te a inwa
ia xaw o n-ot.a to the po, i.t would be that they ce Ttochoppig the eal t, Fogarty last ye and that I had_,
iay their piopuh s a nery arryd a rstafig conduc t s Elsewnere, we are runig out get ataas .
n-ul fL c tal Z ol e ltesae ry sect. ia salried workers. Earlier this "'W,, ell- ,- Irmemere, her
wa ttn ese wild campana gns against jay wal- year, for example, General oors Nut not thIs year. This year, for he aid Thebee ta me
Se last throu idle seao or plce neeed exactly expert tool and mome range reason,. Fogarty "'My son would lke to etth
lae are poe wor to be done there will die makers for an urgency seems to be adin with his old,
e and ese tryg to catch tooling project The corporaton penny-peinching critic, r. Taber., resident autograph for a
time oam rushnw iup cown weab e hia to t S a defeU, as n astrSec, B Ei t phoo. John Fogart of is l
gulty of them hen oui o Zne of parkIng c ait C ou n a ma find oem I U.S. a ke i the garment Ist sked him, ow
on ple way on ai de -end or residentIal streets to uts hee d ,0 fore the exparude son' and he I Id 'io are
- patient with their oce o licert Reason will daw again and It corner, i program that Senator Hill has put ...'.i
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i t Inot n be too ong botre they will return to leg m law That the way 'It es in alost o thrUh the Senate to trin more lmsy ea ym r 'a
S cement activities, whereupon we will find that e Canal every new technical dtons pr doctors and to dig further for te on asted, but ted,
"c las conspicuously oversaf ted with tie lls etory of govern- J t atda. WIr ev runng is o the 's number onej So. my Sotn hm.. P t
ten h.... ..el out of skioed menu te handl e zu.- ki apLH ler diseases. The proram has e lo I got him tha e Frelapt
*e p. ow s Whistle tine defense weapons around our boon approved by the county's5atograph and told him nt to f
-- what th guided missile, dinKE, is II A been passed by the Senate, but kind of chore wh never thea .a.
- t: ur te.CHRISTMAS PAYMENTS today, a routine antia-lreraft del- rIS L.%l eO not by the House of Represent- an .increase in hi Ispad pt
I fense. But with a difference. The tv es. That's thanks to Fogarty of family
S r tie as two yeas, around CIrnstmi time, s t has been old which were such familiar Rhode Island. xn
S*morBd thatS the Panama Canal organization wldb enter into suyns of us, o e t"He aid, ''lo be bad "
S of payn Local-Rate employs 10 d- handled by a few quickly trained By BOB RUARK New Me ical Da h
ment Wble from leave eashrnig su a Christmar a t ae lien /s.- ar."hc
l tof large families with meager resources, e specially or Se.l Lister ehll ha-n to
eir children's hpp Now, accord to Lorr Seer- named for Lord Joe ter of e Kerr Scott of North Ca.
W fromeleaveearon Mdings asn ch5stm sch ce. ListeBHillyhapt to nol mi e face. S c a w e m Rgetsup Foly Iere
Most of the emploes I have contacted welcome this Ideia (at h ame ite, the new anti- ARCELNA. I knew there was a daity feeder, and he was a et n, a courteous, London, discoverer of anti elt a bit i
S s m of them). sirrfi t weapon tmde o f was something missing when I never ot a crumbs in his whisa- grac ious man. He stug r. Thge Senator's ather ator Langer, his
,In't It possible that the P oCanal be so benevolent to saim 1500,000 parts. It takes le walked into the e Ecuestr and at kes. en e smoked his after- a gentleman, and knew no. under. Lord istr and league ifm North Da, Implied
this plea which al' their Local-Rate employ s would welcome n to handle it. And there are down. The Etuuestre is manybe the dinner cigar, ie t was almost a re- ether ife, later performed the first success that th ere were no dirt farmers
e LY -.artedly? literally hundreds of lIKE bases best retstaurapt im Europe or so liglous rite. When he ate his o-y To be rude in the pree nce fl ratin on the human heart.he t ed State Senate. Se.
S Just think of Christmas and what it means, and Im sue around our key metropolitan a- I think, and 1 know it like my vious enjoyment of good od was the Vi onde would h been aSo hson, the Senator from Ala- ator Byrd of Virga, the ml-
ething can be done about this suggestion, reaI Not only do we need tmhe hand. visible across the roome sacrle e, altermost liko i ctibe n bama, ha a keen interest in medi lionaire apple-grower, in Lar
Will the authorities answer this proposition by facts this skilled 10-man teams to operate Something had eanged. Sotiel The old gentleman had a long a church. For him to be ...r cine and I.s convinced that medical opinion was not a dirt farmet.
S as? those underground concrete l KE thingt was missing. All of a sudden history. of suaeeco. He was forl anise would have been skin ltoriey is on the verge of great senatorr Scott mildly pointed out
S: Nazreth stations, but we need the thou- I had t. Instance, slove_ on the ex o se aeina a botaut on a priest He nw discoveries, dir flarmr_ d thad en_ a di
sands ofskilled technicians to turn "Where's His Nibs?" I sated that discovered the tomb of King move in a sort of halo of e Curesfondar farmer all him lfe. t s rig
I "i Ti --a Ie lA veu"u" out the hundreds of -i.lo_.s of the head waiter. T-tt-anp-Amen, the famous King courtesy. h 'or cancer, leukemia and ar- al hs le. Scota nrh.
So l p f mtn N aIn le i thought uou knew" be said.-t T the 'M0s. He had a con- To sit in the same room with heart disease, be believes, are He has long made a living at
I ,-,-.--......- I. .i We'rebuildin gulh b Tb- "The poor old boy d the other slidera history of success with him, watching him talk almatei- just around the corner. He points dairying....A. ter Senator Butler
daae wulcima s w ie a even to da the ul as well. I have see ly, watch him savor his food ut that in the last 14 years, life Repubican of Maryland
blase public. But may serves gapacho-a aent, ddled ldle of was coctal for expectancy ha been extended 8.5 volically with Seator aer
I g -not be able to service them. Wedelicate Andalusian soupt is station bridle and blush like r~l. To.-e wr he were year chiefly through research of Tennessee over the Dixon-Yates
|L Ull.Jr T -IEN ., need more than the oad" asee better than they make ii And- when the Vizende bowed as iens loeies an fl be Into tIme causes and cures of such Iproeoct, he at down on the Seuppe
i- I CANIB P A monkey" who knew a msiml alusa-cold, stong with onions ente d. esed. If I ai a beard major killers as reumatic fever, floor beside Senatir G*, I of
ginse. We need nati e and peppers. But today I couldn't He held court daly in the Ho the V '.d tat t appendicitis, influenza, yphili Tennesee, and hal-ap
Snr. We don't hv t. taste it. I wasn't ungry san Rit, sitting always with a bottle tomorrow. If r Fougi wear a E and TB. "The administration," he si "is
St Russians do. mor e. of chnampagne a t e same table collar and puff aeot tie i in so deep on Dixon-Yates that
TI e sovietss have aip s- a his Nibs was the Viscnde do .In the Ritz's big lounge. One never lay in a supply. If I could e akI. Yet because of the following can't back down. It has to go
i og at ea 1e0_ ants. ue. Hee looked_ acl lea nemtded an introduction to the Viz love into a ecr a s bei asta efaes, Senator ill- considers it throu ." This wit the
Gorg V9 of legl and, pad fan.sco nea H e assum e thseat c det's wtoa peaso tbig Iam a Hill cnie itthouh. This wasm the sits! of
I' M O4lr 0/ S Bn ers ..Gre V om Engl,_a tig.ln- con.He ssume thatl ere &ae at, take up cigars doubtful that the rate of progress which had been give to Re bu.
S. ~ as' e the resem balance. The b ard, royalty, he was in the pubio e do ind immediately. Since I'm so oodcLn ma trained without more lican senators at that time.
i1,i25 such techat -Reians. But t cl- tshe face, the clothes, all were the main. Right up t o lth t a heend he at any of toe things ad am federal help: ly thereafter, h we vetr, isa-
il .e .le e menf Ihave lost interest in i esaltme as Elizabeth's grandopa. He never lot interest in ahtoty girls. not e a ge tlemso, I eama ia oower changed the signals,
i .s k tIte Ill field.S Last year we graduated only Ire ai puff satin ascot with a His eye was as keen, appraisal tentl man .-vilcarimosly, through -A shortage of 22, to 45,000-
W- that -Uup". tpeallin tit, and his beard was as acute as that of any salsor.a e Vineo ie. doctors. Alabama-Go -Rend
as thoseunderground........E thing. was missnlpimmac late, al ways. He was the The Viacond, e had plenty of Which is- why I miss him so -A gret need for money to
SSuch 'courses are scattered hi best-looking old man. I ever saw,d mone, but it was no his money kCeenly, when I go to the t or finance research. o he two Alabama sen a tor ,
55 coleges in the U.S. The Soviet ad I was a pleasure to look at or even his wa derous looks thai o the Ecueltr a I have loste$ m0 0 Lister Hill b nd oka hn SpArk
SeronaaMelt training is concern- hi .. made him the complete pet of alter ego-which i a ifle od -Lk of $10,000,000 to build will both ally U' Srkn'
treatedd I seven carefully nurtured When he died, ithe Viondse was Barclra, The Viconde was l- ceeiig as how we'd never beenl laboratories in which the research' Frank Johnson of Birm am f
s a p o rthes -ea-e 1 ur but, unlike most ld men, he msost uiue IMn these days. u esed beyond a bowam can be carried outa h the new U. S. District S eship
. whiculum. Grading of s k tu d sohlent ws .-Urgent t ned for 60,00 to nit ai ume' ms ae t e theIe ne U i T i-

is eoalthley oe handled.dThosow l" P 'h -ll more r siabbrwedsr. c.t, reandss done ard.. ..jAobse
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_par' tspthei. ouantryldeesaupiattenlIke'sa mchlfeirreaet inA voteter a mHios m wat oter eonrie
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Suc l'coursr. t aiesateedI-be .nokden in g o es. Thne." .. counae ster Ieeeversaw oney, ofith esdnti s mongrtn-D tey e lywen power I
menwoma.-up-tBhedrn- an- onraeerst Iuren New w hsxpunIanTe ps8 sbbeiihed li' ,f andatwid ty nee sstotatedh es leorevenocould demoosidstesI the el m i hlea ho aLe ithe
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ingng voile Every government agener, from Preaklent Eisenhower ia said to Congressional Joint Committee on an OxW atomic eai Uftethe
r 8am f orms aoy o'45 Rtdacts 2ibzatta to the La b o r feel it would be a severe loss of Atomip Epergy. Congress turned O enJoa Nautis W v
Cm po 0i ar.e -- than .nol (ab.) Pedal diii. DeL., is worried. Conferences are face to this country if mother na- it down because it waconsMaerd wftl hbe leaned or
naoa others 215 6el f r S3Rusa being called in all regions. EveryN- tion were the first to develop an impractlal and uneconomic. Rep. HerbertC. Be r(
2S 1Indolt ol comnuity ndlen talkSlamg about training ap. atomic ship. h P resident's position is that chairman of the oN Merchant
..pret ticesy. Bu{ there just aren't' Communist Propaganda has at- the higher initial construction Mri Committee haas st an
25 AIMeug h apprentices. We are be- tempted to put over the idea that rots and higher -operating eosts o Widea. H had inrquced ad
a nation of un-mechant- the United States was using its or atomicA ship should not benow w tw to bud ut eat e 11 atmg.
ij lal pTe L y-paM white collar peo- atomic energy resources for e the t dterrhmizg factors. The vaiue powo r abp of merchant vessel
pe an era when scientists and development of bombs, atomic ar-lof the ship is said to be in its size. He has dropped an earHler
~drik p|-enaiaers are needed to help the tillery, submarines and guided'prpagand and prestige idea to atwotomic
i words s survive. missile warheads. White House officials say the onef SI Mi sefM u- a
CouM be, counldnt It, that we A recent public opinion poll Presdent's idea has capture pop- the i a
are t not paying enough for taken in western Europe revealed ular imagination. A coaiderab larg er
Sto eoft brainwork we need? a belief that the Russians wmon volume of mail and phone tamils Sel trm leas to
S way to doing more in developing peaceful has come in, supporting the proj. the w itw
us" if antome energy through ie and wanting to know what
smo Bain andi river could be done to push IL Oe co.
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Paper 'Wilderness' Cuts

Would Save US Millions
WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP)- time could be spent earning a liv-
A Hoover Commission task firce ing, the task force said.
today gave. Congress a small san-
tile, of how ti save millions by For instance, it said, one agri-
cuttlai down the paperwork re- cultural questionnaire asks t h e
quired by Uncle am of the na- farmer how many chickens he will
tion's businessmen, sell in the coming year.

Besides saving the taxpayers'
money, the report said, a drastic
slash In. the "wilderness of re-
ports, forms and questionnaires
would- be a welcome relief ti the
people who have to cope with
Great quantities of the informa-
tion domended by the government
isn't even used, the task force
The, game task force, heded by
Emmett J. Leahy, reported last
February on the millions that
could be eaved by cutting down
paper work passing only from one
government agency to another.
Leay is president of the New
York management consultant firm
of Leaby & Co.
In carrying out its second as-
signment the group set up 19 com.-

"This is information which the
famr himself would like to
have," the report commented.
It said nearly one million re-
ports ar made annually reporting
that there is nothing to report.
The task force said it was Im-
pressed by the fact that the fed-
eral government not only w it h-
holds "normal courtesy and confi-
dence" from it. pipelr.P and tax.
payers 'through its paperwork de-
mands, but also does not e v e n
trust its own executives and em-
A government section chief oft.
en is entrusted with spending mil-
lions but doesn't have authority to
buy a ifve-dollar product without
getting involved in complex re-

mittees representing various in- On a more 26 cases where the
dustries to make studies of reports government agencies concerned a-
ani forms. that h*d to be filled greed in elimination or simplifi-
in. They. concentrated on only 328 cation, the task force said, in-
of 4,700 reporting requirements. dustry savings would among to
$10,183,000 a year and government
Leahy noted later that the fed- savings to $5,091,800.
eral government actually had a
better paperwork record tahn does This gives some idea of what
private industry. He said the fed- can be done toward red tape un-
eral govnriment. has 25,000. pieces winding the report said. It esti-
of paper per employee compared mated that 100 million dollars an-
with M.,00 per employee in Allied, nually could be saved in another
Chemical and Die, and 144,000125 cases.
per head in the New Haven Rail-
road. I One of he savings already in

The task force strongly recom.
mended that reports and ques-
tionnaires be tailored to the size
of the business concerned. It said
more than 4 million small busi-
nessmen spend from 5 to 20 per
cent of their time-or 12 to 70
days a year-answering questions
for the government. This .valuable

sight as a result of the a gr e e-
ments is $1,750,000 a year by the
public utility companies, and half
that sum for the government, if
the Federal 'Power Commission
cuts out some of the elaborate ap-,
plications required for small new
projects. Simplification of gas and
electric filings will same another
$1,850,000, the report said.



Spectacular production in CinemaScope, release
a Wede day at the CENTRAL Theatre!

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vacation spots as:

WUATIMALA with its unspoiled native life, lovely
old buildings,, parks and churches. Select treasures
from some of the choicest native handicraft in all the
Americas. Take side trips to old Antigua, to Chichi.
castenango, with its colorful market, and ancient
Indian Villages on the shores of famous Lake Atitlin.
HAVAMNA attend the races at Oriental Park, play
roulette at the Casino Nacional, and watch the amazing
Jai Alai players, and you'll find Havana has plenty to
offer you after dark-gay theaters, torrid entertainers,
rhumba bands, and scintillating-night clubs.
JAMAICAs with its unparalleled vacation scenery
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Staking only one pr f shores i each category erend with a towel, for a board. Loer i msw notto is "when In
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(Editor's Note: Lori Nelson, a many women have to do a stint a hotel towel laid over it makes clothes to take, not the u It r a-
young Warner Brothers star, of luggage carrying themselves a passable ironing board. Try to fragile ones. If you feel they're
'people who make their living In and arclate their own restraint t an iron. that's correct for the deadly familiar, you' find that
travels around a lot, like most in pking, kind of current offered w b er e new people in a new town won't.
Hollywood. Here, she shares The rule for packing used by a you're going.
the benefits of her experience friend of mine is: select only your If you're desperate with bore.
to an exclusive NEA story. She minimum needs and then leave A seasoned traveler k n o w s dom wearing the old workhorse
will next be men in "A Handful half of that behind. which clothes will give her the suit, buy a new scarf of sparkling
of Clouds.") This may sound exteme, but it's best value for her luggage space pin to dress it up.
sounder, as far as I'm concerned, so far as spots, wrinkles or tears But when in doubt, leave It
than taking any number of things ore concerned. These are the home.
BY LORI NELSON on the bare chance you may need --- -.
Written especially for them.
NEA Service In shoes, I take only one pair of
each sort-evening, street, sport-
Sometimes it seems as though in a perfectly neutral color. I key
I had just shaken the wrinkles out my accessories, to the same ne.
of my clothes after my last jaunt tral shades so that one set--hand- 0
when I get the news that I'm off bag, gloves, hat and belt-will do
again. for many outfits. a
Frequently, it's a personal ap- Miracle fabrics that can be
pearance tour when I hop from rinsed out and worn practically
city to city, keeping company immediately, are, of course, the
with a new film. Sometimes it's light traveler's del I I g h t. One
to the wilds of no place to do a blouse and one nightgown aind
picture. I often feel that if I left peignoir in a noniron, non-wrink-
my luggage alone for a few hours, ling fabric are all one should
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to get where we're going with dresses or suits. It can mean tha 1" a
what we need without looking like a skirt can make countless ap-
a safari? pearances and be refreshed eaci 4
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.---g __ mgistr, has left for home after a -m
Ve* remonth's visit with relatives in Pa. s utalar n 4 alletW aPc
cant Wnd alm.dA.nama, ndd
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-at their readtunce in the Do Les- Po I aptai l ArmpcNocy loe's
sa Area -oft Colon. At their Balboa Heights home Me-Aanu alue l oing
i 'Thorn is-t thet out ping on Sunday evening, Capt. and CIIsO Tibrday
eospsmleaf-at Coco Solo avat Mrs. Frank Munroe, Jr., w eares The samlangual general meet
0. -* e ofhcstsa at a farewell and welcomejing of te Army-Navy Club, Ft.
The Thorns leave the middle f party for the outgoing and income. Amador, will be held at 415 p.:
this VqNit on rCull Kto Newpor, 2 captains of the P ort of Bal- m. on thursday. Several propose.
R. hI., e Cent. Thorn will Mtu boa. als b interest to al, members will
dy at tN a1 u c bilegle. Leted were Capt. and Mrs. Ho. be considered.
F *-.n- ratio Lincoln, Gwstho are le A slate wof officers had- bte 13e le
F. -ny day and Capt. and Mrs. At A slatof oaey oers hnd ban nglan outor
O d adarn M nd e nmFabre. thony Aoessler. who have wjst ar- ain ted for the board of govern- gethe fo rPlamim si. f urefe r ae She lSfti St th*.4Sbaw .

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pn fr a t ripto the UlInt d Navy transport operating out of tend tomeeng, but ony actieveA e a Mak lit.r

dip v.Ar Ithwekn by, Lin7oln w comand e~~ AUnh memberss ^ are^ elgblt at Dyon f' G N O ne MAD toXsue u
lOtS S Francisco. members (military personnel on
Stgeber eave active duty) are eligible to vote. I nPark F forest, l., miles oil, 4 cup sherry-or sherry flavor-
Rthebea Vacation Fif n percent of the active mom fronm Chicago, Young couples like ling, 1 clove garlic, cut in large
SMr. and Mrs. Donald Rathge bersp Is necessary for a uor- to entertain nehbors at carport pieces, 1 'teaspoon salt, V teaspoon
dAf aire s of Spain Los Rios have left by plane for n* nis over the weekend. Bob and peppr, sliced sandwich buans, 3

day ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i inay ^ ^ ;o agrt eehnrdo h^ Yeld per 8ta sadihs <" liced sanwchbn s,
Spa i osMR.indMs.Doavletbpld athebeor .m-Mbk n i nd entablespoons,- soft butter or marga-
Is Enaal Zaera L.. enter- Newark, N. J., to spend a three- Balboa Car Group arn ae astes oIand JIM and Jesr bine, ta b auter y alts.
t4, sy. at a reception mark- month vacation with his moth- Blet a roduayp Andersonlareg graduates of Iow r 1 teaspoon celery salt.
t t or w holiday of Sparin.r Mrs. Nora Rathgeber, a for- Mrs. Vada Pence and M r StateCollegelb. a a o.
*itgplqd between11 anm. and' ner Isthmian. Their two chTldreh1Louise Merchant will be hostesses ty ibinesalad oil, sherry or sherry
:gteofficial ra! i accompanied them. to the Balboa Woman's Club CardThey keep advance preparation f st nd p .
dte. in North Carolina, K ansas Cit Group, at the home of Mrs. Pedce,T forthe pini mala n onlaeor of mtrean, aorndep and s .
The oneCO~le lan to 132 Heght Rod o Th r. thethpicnic meal down to little Pour oft mixtilre over steoks and
New. o Laves Illinoa s and Ohio during their sumday.Lnheonh wilload on Tsrv more than shopping for -the food. allow to marinate about A1 hours,
After eltives lerin the tStat day. Luncheon will served e at The menu is often cook-it-on-the- Spread butter aon out rolls and
Mr. a edonedf 11nma1a, of New type. Minute steaks or grand sprinkle with celery salt. Drizzle
York Attoreya nd orith Mrs.LesMaored beef are coked over the charcoal some of the marinade on the but-
o aM lee Guests are welcome. ill and eaten between bakers' tered rolls. Remove steaks from
AtDn e"h Program for the year and time uns easily by youngsters and marinade and grill on an outdoor
lMrs.R olandJ. Lees of the At- of meetings will be arrangedat grownups alike. grill until browned on both sides.
lantic Side who is havid soon to this meeting. Serve between roll halves.
wasihonorede n Sat rdayniJd J.a Please call Mrs. Pepce at Bal- For an extra touch they .marl-
was hon oreon Satut t witho boa 3777 or reservations. the e al Baked Mias Be nCasserole
IS k i A t 5gfl n-st luncheon at the Hotel n oi t a d iny Te re'sialay (Yield: 3-isservings)
Wash ingtonl ehs Lydge th. phe' or'lw
About 0 ladies gathered to wish ee ge a tossed alad and fruit pie or
About.0Iladesgeatheredad to wreshn Meets Tomorrow a cake from one of the excellent One cup tomato sauce. I cup
C-Sle Mrs. Ls godapeed and to present The Isthmian Rebekah Lodge 1,'food shops in the vilage. Usually catsup, % cup finely chopped on.
will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p-m- food shops in the village. Usually ion, A cup brown sugar. cup
iA-MI July 13 -(UP) -Tnen-halbrgs Honored at the Wirtz Memorial in Balboa. there's a casserole dish, too. light molasses, 2 tablespoons vine.
mu ,-Yi (U) I culbrssnr ersmnswilb evd in gar, 1 teas t dry mustard, 11A
ty-five policemen klMr0.rb O EeOftBallngRfehet ilbesre nlreI
a oded another ystr a uis T. Schulber the banquet hail after the meet- Steaks I ma BuI quarts ce lad ma beans,
day In a yil gunbatt[6 that sent of Margarita were honored on the'(il:gseksnwee)
pedtra eos oo nt g (Yield: steas sandwiches) pound diced bacon.
htadrods, ofpestin and U110- eve of their sailing for the States Wilma Miles Club Egtcb tas u aa obn oaosue asp
triiti on a main city street duck- at a farewell luncheon tendered by Meet. Tonight Eght cube steaks, becp salad Combine tomato sauce, catspv
Mag tor 4 er. Mr. and Mrs. James Schooll. They T W Miles Navy Wives sugar, mlase n
Ia o c~.4 leftso, the "C istobal" h WlaMie av ie egar and dry mustard. Alternate
sgtraos of a nearby drive in Dr hsato r Club will meet this evening at -l layers of beans bacon and sauce
a..pgj ut o thir ears his vacation, Mr. Sebul- Cummings Hall, 13th Naval Dis- ~ ~ ek in a greased (i-quart) casserole.
..a er dirt" whiei rparsibarM ake a study of or- strict. The meeting will convene atC over and bake in a slow oven
whand as 06 frnor nu s _______ 7:0p..- ~ n F
whland-ferhador nearly an,_ 7:30 p.m. A(325 degrees F.) for 2% lqurs.
policamas was wounded. Cristobal -Emblem Club (_iggS
a1 a tip from two ten- uMeets Tomorrow
se-bps. twOrpatrotin 5aU The Cristobal Emblem Club will Today contain of the.
Shortly after *,7. r hold its regular social meeting to-
outoferiehu Oier Hmorrowat 7 1A p.m. at the 20sth W Pit'
lon49O fl )ttelipt- '-IonoMatrodaycgntnA/T The
lean OOMPW~ etfict I Partue l arriage" .Stamp Club Meets .
ML.. -Mm ~NNA ir&A thalOi

TM baitS UWO 'm" ""on Reader's Digest accomplished Tmo irrow
police and Me bullet creased the what its editors obviously hond it The next regular meeting of the
side of Patrolman Tom O'Rourke. would with its article "Do tiro- Caribbean Stamp Club will be held
The two patrolmen returned the pean Women Make Bettet Wives?. at the Tivoli Hotel topiorroy at
ments bDy radio. o'Rouke, said he made American wives fighting Juir Stfle clu
Now PNa of the bandits go down. mad. Juior awe Club
Police reltforcemenits arrived Meets Tomorrow Night
*A t afewminutes afer the For the whole gist of the article At VFWloo w c an
Al t 1is thu European women do, V.7W. Junior Rifle Club meets
cAtrast f indeed, make better At
-p1 at*irol ndafie And here are somie of the tomorr,. owst 7:0 oclokin.a
enine~th a sreaclight reasons advanced for that nonsen- AthemerVFW.Pst 335hocov I
ro e tb wopld-be bandits. sical otion: European girls have wiAthmeme h havsb e snedo
.arlee W. Prter, M3, who po b ogh peu- n w with the club has been askeato
liPeo said had a og roo wst up to feel a attend this meeting in order to
killad n the shooting arord. 'traditionaldepenaence On men." hold membership in the club. Al-
Jieds pin .s. 2h, suiaered a head merican met are getting from so all boys from the age1of 14 to
jow, g$W5 ag suford ea uropean wives do sense of con- ig years are invited to Join club
injury.tTDtflt and comf ort.' European
S are teaching American is t
f aeli Friank Lane,2a :men that sim plepleasures, much w emrbershiseopen P ac ficay
g Carlton Smith. 35, all s bicycling. h and picnicking, and are citizens of the United
rcim be satisfying. 1States of America.
IathesIfiami area.I WeUl American girls may not Sae fAeia
= ,e -ad Smith were captured bel Ameenbrughit maptofeel'"aoI Chairman James McNabb and
as traditional dependence on men." Dept. VFW youth director Harry
*- ^ r But they have certainly be en Alexander will preside at meeting.
One of the trapped man offI brought up to regard marriage a
to s ~irder aoter a tear gas t a partnership. Look at the number
loaded aear him. H6 came otaof young wi ves working to send
wthb41is handsup. their husbands through college, to
father sneaked out of the help them get a start in business, YOUR GIFT
on his stomach and tried. or to help make the dowa pay
to raw ay but a Patrolman ments on a home.
Vuilf Id-b im -tO 0 American -men may not be get- s a
of contentment and comfort. But
Mk l a b anh it not it s because it's not
EA V ~B conentment and comfort they are
of looking for. S End
WTe young American husbands See Outr if t
and their American wives are
S bsharing something more than con-
S st e tebnts t and comnfort- as they
f q, ` riehf tther build furniture oter, paint eC() c
o le 1n O housesworkt ,their r collection of
L flh't .etghV t at side by side, eb. They're sharing
.m Chu ielRiohunsense of achievement. And hoth
the Rev 1 .- m LA.husband and wife seem tor like it ff
re of at Chrst -r way. f
I Col And Wile Europea wives may be or l
Sof Chrit Churca teaching their husbands that
0Di3tri -e simple pleasure can be satisfying,
atr lake recently return- Amrican husbands are teaching AT PRICES 'TO SUI
ratherIftf~ k6 r UY return- American wives the joys of flsb-
a to Mssin flowimt ith iag, u androotg for the
e ao ef his theologIcal home-tom baJl team.
t= In Mew Yorkad was m So all in al te Digest article is
1 tthe priethood et j" somucka aku. Any Amerl-
5 al rah J e 1 c man n wih ough Mese to
an outstanding eletse the r kild of wife for ll R C
a lm1t he i lf will aM good, a if uc o a ome
s former asdt sat d battery Iack I ~are at home.

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less than tactful remarks. The
customer could have answered
sharply or turned on her heel
and left the store. she did nei-
ther. She maintained a gracious
and friendly manner and before
the transaction was completed.
the saleswoman was relaxed and
Smiling and the customer had
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______________________WANTED: Coampett it-
COMMERCIAL &HouseholdutA ICsAApartments w s~ftmC., .. ., House
S "apartl WILLIAMS' Sets Clas mBesh Ographsr, oble to take diaeam i
PROFESSIONAL HouAshold ,io bls. J _*_*SS__
tFOR I nSALI:-Mdernlivingnroom FOR ALE: 190 rmwh VOKIIXII, CII. ATTINTION ou1.1 Joebeil.2sEm. Pho neSeib"050-..-------- iq.. *
furniture.; o;. ,, lreB two 4-RAw ceP. ..2- 1.,ma y- ha. I...'" I,.. .. S i O NT-N. e t t b, ., ,, .
--3 S very -c mfertable elbow chain hbad 2up-wMl by-daI e *aX D.. SCHO.1iLL'StrTined'swwa Ibet, add, WI- COTTAGES. O e mile FOR ENT:-N w chalet thrth u re
.Canal Zone Dal e Pol i nd threesmatables. CHEAP. tur- dr lights di. Al er. A P Pme l. pa Cen. lw asem Fedrm. living rom, dining b r
Dr. C. Fal D. S Ave. Peru N. 79. from 5 p... 00 PMoWs 252Pon-7 -57 5 3-201. ni eghobo, o. Crienr- FOR SALE
SA P..______ .________ f d 4-e PSlin Oesd Cita. Avenue, Coco del Mar and Pa
Drea .s -A4 a m oRwaive mRSALE:-.-h .yrle *Oa SAi -190E BhC.-uk Co FOR SALE '"t 435 bes. del Cncunteari Boa Moo
hooen (4poa t l$I Par9 flw, psews. "dle. white Mcese BAFAIMU, roh ", I -D. --*Cct- FOE :dt euPgh-
t bed and w,dbqV. ery cheap. "tfl l-U A" -.. FOR RN.: -- hlet in San et-r .7oLt. P- c r. Pers
podI9. -. j,. WIN@' 10 S. S -- A IPk n-- -P, : h- FORn Rm: er- oChalet in Saon y. I s se

S Mikmaster and iteir $2Is;, sled FOR SALE:-l950 .Pyaml. 4- QCau88-452.. Quar I ers A, maoneAm St rat" ees. Phone Ga b Help Wanted
RETI EM." akerli electric sabd breil- dear. edn, eaallet liso d Fato uick. mar. Ph.en 2..207. 6-441. FOR RENT:-Spacious 2-bed- WANTED--MoMd e clkt kre
OUCATIO orN1UANC. I $ 4_ft. 142181 ow wn. AUso INV ITATION FOR PMOPOAL FOR RiNT:-Aprtment in re. room chalet, all convenience. nd wash. meri have rfrfemc.
I .-e at QI. R9-m. or"r FURNISHING CRO TIp gently conr uctad building: ea S llmspaefrr finished houses en Via Aeropuerto No. 59. Phone Address: Ave. Euebio A. More-
SRIDGE MR SALE Simmosn double FOR SALE.--195 Mnr Miner PbnUem Can.l Com.ann invite bedroom. living meam,.I bet et Santa Claer. Telephone 2-2418. les No. 5, Apt. I. Phone 3
S JIM. Wih b quality oten convertible, new twap e b t- ppegals for furnish 7.500 kitchen. Peel Nuev. Infer- Thompson. Balbo, 1772. 5700.
l.e Pasasm 3--53e miMnes $25. Phone Gembee o *r. gead paint, ,tims end Sm.- lef Cres Ties older oauled motion: Phee 3-0638. -
170. chemonlol enditon J 5700 r bwet id. eot opening l public at FOR RNT, Biat 4a as i
ca offer. Ce ll Balba 2710. E19 .m., Jul 27 I 1955 in, 14th Street S n Frans. .ims. Of L
.... o of Superintendent o l ,N orl Of LaIPro
FOR SALIE-ISSI FsordC t asts ieef ritboo. lndetion T Blisaro Perm, Ave. -rte8,V Pavmase 1es
SW sCosV-8. Fordonetic, fJly e'b NbeObtained from 1905 or 2-3340, Mrs. B
whike sidewall ts., ea"ellnt the se ffic. ophon R ALE
aauditions one owner 5675. SeP osn
aPhose 2I1617. 51 Hosl FOR SAL
P Ms: -.2 .-.. -. I ..., e- Real Estate As Beginning 01 Of End
w V i.. -"5 p Sport King $35, .... or.
FOR SALE: 190 M seury. trade for good .22-cal. rifle. Call
Spa Featu SeeGd condtiln. WINl sell to 3 .44 WE BUY, Sea edMemage Real NEW YORK, July 18 (UP) -
Shighet bidder. SlIA& For .Fee. Este. "The Impeulel. le.C Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz. editor
The annual speedboat races, FOibiAL--Que ermster large Cathedral Plase. PenoMt. Tale- and pub!!seer of the independ-
held yesterday at Taboga asFOR SALI:-1950 Cadill a S- metl d k $10. Phane 2-1617. phone 2-0857. ent newspaper "La Prensa,"
pe rt o the cebatio of the dea. adle, w-w ties. me v- 541 Hespital Reed. Cerosel. OR A Ct la which was seized by the Argen-
S"Plesta del Carme 'were, as in r, celr black. $520 de~n FOR SAlS.r e government, said today
preceding years, sptacular and $ 7.90 per monh. SMOOT n WAMTED b edrems. 2 bath,, eg and |Presdent Juan Peron's recent l
full of surprise. PAbRED ,yvrW Chevrolet, Buiek, W- f5InI WI dining rSe pIrA end resignation as leader of his par-
The featured new marathon Olds e dealer. 'll dfae dinette. mais rsom, t wetar ty may be "the beginning of the
.Tye ofertacedune nd Tabo- F iAc uere Bic conn actions. 1600 meters of end of the Peron regime."
te of race run around Tabos s ieAEt. -1953 Sduper Bik land. Phone 3-4637 from 9 to Oalnza Paz. who was forced to at
w Iga, startinat La Retingawas andar 9555 WAsNh :- 1 pert smkert 12 and after 6 p.m. leave his country when his
won by Victor 89198. The race devil $550 'prmiont aea &, bte 25 few long.. Is- was seized in 1951
,zrsnpcc is thde etwe- i one of the most gruelling SMOT & P.AR tr Che- am r, tle*st. Mt n usFORSA,,t FOR SALt-Due eo trip, chalet newspaper was sized in 191.
a"Ps p -le well ever held locally.,, k, Oi bmi dealer. gISD Nl job. Pekom Colaon en Via EspaTo No. 26. sd reentna diteo Peron "s nact-
Onthe side opposite La Res- FOR SAL-151 9 Se- Ing under compulsion from
S all (I SACte" w the Tibog Island feas th Heverthing i $3 dew r- l forces that want to see the Ar- i
m ewere pilln up eight foot .D,12 en SMTWos i. HerOn isrespect enne led back to a truly freer
l-ewave lS, yur Chevle, Buik, democracy" .
Tony c tok te r. (Contn ed ftrom t ge 1) .K. Inside Hosmre "1I believe that President Pe- i og 4L
Start with Salas and Ed Abbott FOR SALE: 1951 "Henry J" thi concession be put Into prac- ...s resignation as party lead-
T AB BXT. in close pursuit, but on the far 4-cylinder, radle, a-derested. twice, definite steps be taken to o ,ter might be interpreted as the
ide of the land Abbott passd ry ndle, e assure that Panama attains and beginning of th send of the Pe-
the two leaders to take eom- pid, 0. n. 52, Curudu, is capable of mpa nininnM sanl- regime." aza pas said in
St 2.u5'. mand. A oun the turn Into the L ty sttndards.Bi o t o SRS P ,tatem enti,.
P ii p Resting a ide, Sie moved or ut I e the thee D .ArrsA sad th es an
,p| ia front again by large margi o n. t u i tht be w

d m'.sae -Pohawe pptadling Ahe er nd the fl a aaa l stretched ddueltieVnt of a IE Iy Jtul mTitOahr1fo ad t e ad renfo h e
a. eW et ALS h in Jun 18 he p trne soartb oalln SG" I a aoerdaon and tilTs deprive Cabo| treson h -Tet roeed oastt oe anod o eete.
SHer fvegr, theaurs e oth A unr ofe theoi ta'e Ie te- wb i os i t onF UTH LITVIN, a forth grader at th Ae.--co--- n ln--
'a t "a Moccur red who ran arfef .aeenn We wsD aDrwreds "orl sOu S cthl n e- e d s to appearinthe c- i ,i.
A fabreenahead y e lat uday a- turn ato Dh npa but Owe Itr M N changed."ti td Scout N e Aalworp Do Site
.tr .Abbott and a tlas aevelopead n- negj g tofel hlW"o wIdenat. ver 4. a hsaiBenefit at the Balboa Theatre Thursda at :3 p m .
ro uc d.Betod gn a s d trouble d hi motor ytoh ai tha 1 ut-- play a. ce eo soo mao mpanied b Is eon g en in t-' e-ieI-
100 feet short of the finish GOLDEN olo., July B (UP) the Canl (or tU.U.. Treasury) i to s tboth San ; amade the estaltement without be- lt ndt Protectbe Oroer of lks shori.".arol'.'iscrketa for

SKIM bo h efhot ofrs am he TO-amedthe statement Awithout b en a P Ll eponteBlb aiteouse 00 Aorpderi te
Sr -tr Kajs" won sb pelay_ A orities. were depending for the fU l and true mon tary nitimens will dipnt the eng compeui to make it, "what he variety show are $1 for adults a i entr e d
the ii s today on an a pendectomy scar, valOe." personnel and wiAl c OU he mid about restoring the lib- The entire proceeds of the production will be depsitd in t
1 re p etWobof jwel.ond od- A IO NAT O cMANEUVE 7 emploes to se ekmplolont ertles he now confesses to have Mendenball Fund at "e Chase Manhattan Bank.
svrn ut Another interesting SIncident eared bits of cloth to Id en- IhEA FOR ARMY, AENT FRAE elsewhere." destroyed does not mean any-
Abbott wtok lace n he l c R ify the ood dy of afles haersd girlo CanO l o YE ArS: 'We teel thrt L UN IF Mn n, Sout Cou ncCl t gdn Drin.e p t wo
oCia estRobIn reane, found late Saturday in & can- tIhnse Department &buld g; an wrldScoutN ewrps
t ri wh Ia. yoen near. ontribute to the Canal expens- e Aetnes and the world Aniwe hi k e
ele n, d7ZO oat of toThe body of the girl, beltevead and overhead oerations In SnVICE RETIREMENT o C ow ony too well his record
P cdS whh Oftor rok to b fo Wut 19 ybars of a gewas an amount equal to the fair We cannot concur wboleeaamli with histc- ABalboa Neghorhood a-
0Abe = yards off US. Mg rental value of this aread fi tSly In this provision Inasmuch tcs. But if, as ft seems, lie isaton meeting for all register-
patteWpy a te nd fell into the y e canyabout.14M is recommended that condition. am we feel that the policy is lut- agti under compulon from ed adults in the Girl Scout pro-
id tl as whate, west of here by iaW clok. al co p eration .be given te s fair to all U.S. taxpayers who forces that wa nt tom see the Ar ram In the Balboa-Ancon area, TWE i -
--a reC e con-ol h --'--h h-l d..,- olCalo rsr. but towardNatpo rtirne back to a trtuiyn frTrh yetaardtpatmrt.ioght reledoTohwtiaree Tea ildeda sre by It-
STheChildren'scla.sic, for oufftydl a fll of Ji0ptar- obs.e"oration." of reti orrmentp id democracy, then It must be as- In the Balboa Little House. te dcke s ted
..... a'se h 5ors tWo wuith not Overa10 h.p. n ..outy mal ther lanar OSITNAWIN" h e ent. o ed that Peron wilirp step out
wmps hlleare.dmehladnyboeClassic,,he iE SRHOM DO NA LIVE TE CA-LO9E TER d m bau c n a Purpose of the meeting Is to toUPeterauti they nex rfewdays
V1 motorsoeWaswonbyLursto6esten tTERMINATaON OF MANU-bemuskb SPRMALENndiEidsrsueiau elect a new nedghborhoodychai hnr
in IIteo.DL, The Playb 8luPr WHO DO NOT LIVnoIN THECor n- never be able to co-exrst with nng ofedohk
Sat booming one eort hemstCoronerKeinPac e estimat- MhAL ZONE: "In general, there FACTURING AND PROCESSINGneeredmabeto-exs etw cman e nihbr cha hd
Pamousi pular races, turned ut to be ed she had been let 10 isnoobelon to exclusion of O GOODS FOR SALE wNCA-T ulishes. newsaprrlinfe ourcai to
ame s another victory for Salts. dat before e the bo w aed found. them tvl e ges uid.ALZONE: "We are not ika- vii rights. nanuePzsap idiwon rkinrgs.offheunagnesh..etc.
Wr 1t won the "Claswco Res- Ablood and flesh-sears rack Canal.lo are not further -,eeuent weith this-policypn wa, was seized after doing Scout Council vice-pre silent, i th s tw we
win4 pro-ndrlyeth his 25 h.p. Evinrude mOU d nearby aparentl Iun much as we feel that a loer-on of the last Jobe of Independ- will conduct the meeting.
arHte1 TOTheheena- nuodt theee odDu-P a quaIlyngrnArge on t sent to all regslistered adults con- resumed and for the first tm

Sl d On1 Te Associ ationaxpress sin- w e S employes If forced to use Pqa strike. Peron closed the newpa- ceed. They are urged to at- .ee
ig. l..y .14coutld happen inaste.whichthere iscno p pe_"Wredr.eeievetheoee."'"ingh dan trumped-up.s e trt
re r i.s,-, atlncere thanks to Luis Chu of La yrsellowhietimdresadIL perd.i "e beli h o rum products In attin thend-

4a_ hasie ee toed aoBlue,- R a L,, Glr Ol, rd. w ight pinkt t plastic ada event of abolsrhent of anyor-sure. l e. an isatedi Sme wsmal iient
,. h bam fol.ue, a -IanMotors No31PanamawhirchAthoere was_ .ar .....singleat a.rerpivilegseand
Srlta&nnC oit GarbobetweenstrikersnESnon-st

nat of the scrappy Uniot nl Clhy ub fr tep- ofpearls.tandoed-
t fo Bthir s.taigt rfacs ty db erhf t 'de ,oflanlowed10.THI Gi eaz.w w a Itg
pe andtapairOr o.f white ,. .itire f nation." this policy of restricting the Argentina. got out of the cOt Wt0te ago w
, .tauioph since he left the tam'&- with three straps m ho.7..ABOLITION OF U.S.-RATS source ofarticles for resaleetryCjust ahead of the olie wen refuse blemploy--et

wmhehapeareame thiner whether
firS firs utime heFappeareddsmaoowostitc h ed h er r!tehea O' NA I IJWAGEPanama to the detriment of all VEN ICE._ItalyJuly-.U ee h had ree to, ta.m
tout. DAA, TeX, July 16 (UP)- with a rock. the coroner said alletaar ticds .t h-Greta Garbo arrived last nighi o ffer,7
In t.heother fights on the a,.Tb1e0 o sAlexander's efforts to her teeth were Intact. Hir bras-aboeantncrtraintudot"ofl e
dMedina, 1211%, break up an argument between siere was wrapped ound her withtp that so drasti-tfs oor
--ll t a s Sresfoi Greek shipping magnate Aris-
,,.,,4.ona twminDa rear-neck.ployeT pymntosources." Ua C Isma totle Onasmis for a brief visit.
dson in a six'Iroander y yesterday cost him acutN ods-Sto Miss Garbo had been cruising

waI the sendIscalp. the Ieaae nth o JlA
,thwate M2 tll TKnWhen efforts to calm the TopLevelAltid e IaIte henassih ereaddeaughtep

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120.i n 10 women fa led Alexander drew a no o a and a number of friends.
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In which Rob. when they are thrown 'to
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- w-_as -iU aU- I *wer oyi7 wLunup re, uwapie a near con-
the te M for 6 perform-ditin that threatens to kill him
ances l, I-at any moment, cannot be re-
rW W table of the piquant Bon- strained from making frequent ro.
nard family-who differ great- mantlc calls on a widow do wan
lyfrom .the Day family of "Life the street. Maman thinks they
W1 Father" ..eaause of their hardly make a proper environ-
Jfiapeh-Cghad .cbaraclerlatics- meant for the impressionable Bibi.
a ... biyet hit on: When a beautiful and virtuous
1 0 WM and the I rl naed Mignonette comes to
1j. l 'tof W, running for 614,help. with the housework, the re-'
!.ba s. a aon 'of the dashing Deamoende
I originally produced bytiand the awakening Bbi Is lnevlt-I
ij Otp o r Hamt-! able. The ensuing complications,
AMw u. t, u men with thnedged with gentle charm and
oKbfu. ue W..ho had previously warming phlosophy, in whI ch
Mioued '1I Rememmber lama," Desmonde learns the valie if do-
.dd UavelMary" and 'Haipy mesticity ad Bibi the meaning of
,iayJ,' as well as writ lag his awakening inclinations com-
"g Pacific,," "O"lahomal"t bne to nake a tender, chuckle-
'aq I andV J" and other, fa,'some comedy termed by the
Sa N. Y. Times "a fine and touching
the4*a', a rm-heart- piece of folk literature."
am bd aeirilt ta-
bl i Paph 1 oW or- I One of the high-spots is the les-
chestraJ~a theatre M iaanhseR son, given by a United Bonnsrd
0ou ea-a Scotch Presbyterip dlanto a scho6l-teaeher who had
of Wlety,l tql ]unfairly punished Bibi, that truth
_a a0 ..-in. cannot found by force.. And an-
41 i_,' Iude'go-other is the man-to-man discourse
ll~.4taois- between Papa and Bibi on the
lc .i tetw;ftcst if life, in which Papa,
S .. qs the l- Iu,, though as nervously skittish as
'.I.bis son at the moment, simply but
L .over he. eloquently differentiate 'between
a 1Awu-tm.'love and desire and shows t t
Mlt a Undcle-neither is good without tW 6ther.
rput of Yo-1 Al Lohman, Jr. and Pegg Bimp-
Si Support him, on are the Papa and Maman of
b(use badl I this production, iwhi hs Tben
ust ) twork." Instead staged- by Gene Simpso. Ia ik l

THE ENRCAMi ,; LOVABLE Bonard family soon. to bW seen
In the Theater Ouild's sparkling new comedy "The Happy Time,"
take time out for a family portrait. Beated left to right are Es-
peranat Loope, Aunt Felice and Peggy Simpson as Maman.
Standing, left to right are Alex Plotnikoff as Uncle Louits, John
McTaggart, Granpa, Paul Mobley as Bibi, Jim Rodgers as Des-
mond and Al Lohman, Jr. as Papa. (Photos by Rene)



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crilpled Globemqater transport 300 miles off the California
cost. The four-eniigned plane feathered tro iropa, limped home
safely to Hamilton Air Force base. It carried .79 members of the
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HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Holly- Sheds his dignity to cheer the gal
woo bmlorgaeap odl: RIosallid tus- skaters.
set still sudders at the fint review
she received. The critic wrote: Is the lean day, Dean Martin
'"M4ss Russe, Who ises a South, ee tried Ills band as a gambling
erna 'Se t in her role, deserves house crioler Dau Kaye
some sort of prie-a gas over her passes up steaks and elpp.-
mouth, prhaper .' ... L. ungbeore doesn't like 'em-for chicken and
Bing Lrosby ever became a frozen- lobster ... Martha Scott, back on
range jAne ,king, he organized a the Hollywood smuad stages in
college band. ke prophetic name Pr amo t's "The Desper-
or te -group: '"te Juicy Seven." ale Hours," had two uiamwI
understudles when she was satrria
Mario Lanza's new official pub- in "Our Town" ea Breadwa
Ly blograply wil give tsu Their names were Theresa Wrigat
.rtaplece as both Plifadelphia. and Dorothy MeGuire.
A first arrived in Moy. --
W, MGM press agents decided I
at wew eXor uny vouumoam me a Richard Burton is an ardent paV e for toewr singing star Mickey Spillane fan. Londoners
see snegat i ana now nes. who go backstage at the Old Vie
S"e error." are apt to see him wearing his
Hamlet costume while reading theI
SJansmemns greaest ambiton Illtest ane Greta Garb,
e wo operate dacing soo ho didn't marry John Gilbert,
ta ner sister. Ann Vera-anen and Virginia Bruce, who DID, have
A a professional dancing reacaer never let their long friedship
StIne age of 1- .. m. adami Aerts wae. Virginia is one of the few
at name is Heimbager. He stars who socializes with Gee Gee.
uangeu In ui recorM ume waen ae' Opratle teer Oreste RkM
covered tat laudlences an u who bows in. "The Vagleu.
rts were rrerring to nim as hang," as brother I Mas M l
tambigefr are anything but IeO -halr Te
[ am musand s end ial mewIa
Accept it or reject it, but Rose- ev* .-rafdle_ as aPrikmU s
M17, Uomey (hrsr. Juse Forrer' lan hd Met 'at m" .. _!ar
Ia an-urueimer ame' Jose Ceirs anu hisa diMagm el
y. Her lather remarried latrIal caer as a program by
rti years -ago and namedna s fr a 8avannah, Ga., theater.
a, iw two-years old, alter his --
sonflin4aw .*... juan Lao
san tme role of Kof o in a Richard Widmark was born In
k *SiWwooa mAn scauul pro- Sarb ,Minneet. The ly per-
Utom of UbIwb aa yuluivun' sa he ever Utet who M ew where
Mikado... ... ea vi W odth town wa locate wa the late
Rever stumped wheo Z" a SeSdair Lewis Jan aW sn's
l a poilt. iungagran h mn. real name is Sarah ane Pu _..
Sa~esM t. anguage fuently. Jeoa Peters s a distant eusin
.- -, Tommy Farr, the Welsh heavy-
IMi w, u a d u a truess w tr bo g haapion wh now
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to right: Alex Plotnikoff, Paul Mobley, Jim Rodgers, Al Lohman,
Jr. and John McTaggart.

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John Kriza
Nora Kaye
Rosella Hightower
Choru & Orchestra.

JULY 20 & 21
Tickets on sale at:

Orchestra A Boxes ..$5.00
Dress Circle .. .$4.00
Gallery .2.00

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MR. DE CASTRO: 2-0357.


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NEW YORK, July 18 (UP) It was 92.8 de
smes on the mound at Ebbets Field but it was Hlike
Christmas morning in the Brooklyn Dodgers' dug-
out when manager Walt Alston unwrapped rookie
pitchers Roger Craig and Don Bessent.




in a game and a half of the
first-place New York Yankees.
The White Box now have won
seven straight games-equalling
the longest winning streaks of
the year in the American
Te Yankees dropped their
nitnh decision in 13 games when
Earl Torgeson stole home while
Bob Turley slept to give the De-
troit Tigers a 6-5, 10-inning tri-
umph. The Cleveland Indiana
beat the Boston Red Box, 6-5.
after losing the opener, 6-0, so
the White Box picked up ground
on all three contenders. Frank
Shea pitched a three-hitter in
his first start of the season to
give the Washington Senators a
4-0 Win over the *Kansas City
Athletics in the other American
League contest.
Billy Pierce pitched a four-hit-
ter for his sixth win and Dick
Donovan won his 12th game on
Walt Dropo's eight-inning hom-
er as the White Sox made it four
one-run yVictories in a row.
Pierce's earned run average dip-
ped to 1.93 whfle Donovan's 12-2
mark is the best in the A.L.
Torgeson's theft of home at
the expense of reliever Bob Tur-
ley came with two out in the
10th after Ray Boone's two-run
eighth-inning homer produced a
5-5 tie. Buck Harris' Tigers thus
swept the three-game set and
gave the Yankees a 1-4 record on
their current rocky road trip.
Tom Brewer's three-hitter
for his sixth straight and sev-
enth win of the year gave the
Red Box the opener easily but
the Indians came back with
the aid of homers by Ralph
liner and Jim Hegan to take
the nightcap. Mike Garela won
the nightcap while Herb Score
suffered his eighth loss In the
First game.
The Milwaukee Braves scored



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Jantitans tM

CIOa Sweep

In Track Miet

The visiting Jama"iat. tra1e6
and field team made a 61 en
sweep last night as thy w
ery ~ ~ ~~. -o Mavlct a; Iat
:7ipated ver lociatlee
Outstanding among the Ja-
maiEan stars was ith .-ar
nor who won th6 11= Waet hur-
dles, the 100 meters and' ame
in first la the last leg of tee
400-meter relay.
Gardner is the British Empire
110-meter hurdles champion,;
and will represent Jamaic in
the 191S Olympics in Austra
The next meet of the 8serle
will be held at the stadium
Wednesday night at '7:30 and
the final program will be Fti-
complete results:
110 Meters (hurdles)
Keith Gardner (Jamaica) 14.86
Louis Knight (Jamaica)
Victor Gonzalez (Panama)
60 Meter Dash (girls)
Cynthia Mills (JamaIca) 7.9
sees. .
Carlota Gooden (Panama)
Eileen Graham (Jamaica)
Shot Put (mea)
Chris Fullen (Albrook Air.
Force Base) 39'6"
Leroy Rogers (Panama) 32' 4-
Miguel Banguillen (Colon)
High Jump (girls)
Eileen Grgham (Jamaica) 4'5"
Sara Ramsey (Panama) 4'2"
Doloresf Peterkin (Panama) 4'
400 Meters (men)
Allan Moore (Jamaica) 51.2
Mel -M ce (Jamaica)
Leroq Keane (Jamaica)
I Meters Dash (men)
Keith. Gardner (Jamaica) 10.7
Aston IrVing (Jamaica)
Louis Knight (Jamaica)
Meters (pen)
AUZ6l *ellingtowt (Darien)
19 minutes 9.3 secs.
Daniel Watson (Panama)
Ezeoutel Jadn (Panama)
Javelin Throw (men)
Manuel Rivas (Panama) 140'7"
Leroy Rogers (Panama) 139'2"
Horaclo Archer (Pan am a)
High Jump (men)
Lester Bonnick (Panama) 20'4"
Horaclo Archer (Panama) 20'-
Oscar Jones (Panama) 19"'1"
400-Meter Relay (men)
Jamailc a (A. Irving. Meg
8penf; Leaui Knight, Keitl*,
Gardner) 43.6 sees.
Panama (Angel Rodrigues,
Teodoro Martinez. Lester Bon-
nett, David Bonnett).

five unearned runs in the eighth
Inning to beat the New York 01-
ants, 8-7. and then got nine-hit
pitching from Chet Nichols to
win the second game, 3-1. Joe
Adcock hit two homers for the
Braves and Del Crandail one in
the opener to negate Wes Wes-
trum's six runs batted In.
Thq Philadelphia Phill llesa
handed the Chicago Cubs their
sixth straight loss, 12-11, but
trailed, 5-4, when the nightcap
was suspended In the seventh In-
ning. And the St. Louis Cardi-
nals led, 1-0, behind Harvey
Haddix when their second game
was suspended In the eighth aft-
er they beat the Pittsburgh Pi-.
rates, 9-8, in the opener of their

Russ Sullivan Hits

3 Homers To Spark

Columbus Twin Wins

NEW .YORK, July 18-(UP).-
Outfielder Russ Sullivan was
making an all-out bid for the
International League's home run
title today and helping the Co-
lumbus Jets move up toward first
division at the same time.
Sullivan smashed three home
runs in the nightcap of a dou-
bleheader against Montreal yes.
terday, giving him a season to-
tal of 17, as Columbus swept
both games, winning the opener,
4-3, in 12 innings and the seven-
Innig ightcap, 12-9. The twn tri-
umphs moved the Jets within
three games of fourth place.
League-leading Toronto split
a pair with second-place Hava-
na. the Maple Leafs winning the
ooener, 3-2, while the Sugar
Kings won the nightcap, 5-1,
with the help of Niflo Escalera's
two-run homer.
Jim Owens pitched -yracuse
to a 6-3 victory over Buffalo in
the first game but Bob Schultz
hurled the Bisons to a 1-0 vic-
tory in the nightcap.
Rain caused postponement of
the Richmond-Rochester dou-

FeatureAt J-"rvFTr
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Ottardo MOlna's classy
e'ersian. Countlesmi wa

Victory in the featured
furlong $750 inprin; fr
m.1t iA" and "" imported
sat the Juan Franeo traok.
ee Royalset the early pacee
Irth Dradomin in closest pur-
.lit. Bradomin took command
Barge Royal shot his bolt
Put ersan CounteU was W 'lven
head at that moment and
Oh was soon alongside Brado-
took the lead two furlongs
it d raced away to a four-
lmgtt victory.
,Sadomin held on to be next
tot while Leaden came on to
.ake show money. MInatoats,
Whbch was going l down the
Y ,Pw e we-out and
itredto pull up suddly. He
never recovered. Ooyonder, vir-
aly left at the start; never got
to contention.
The Countess paid $5.80 aft4r
.oing off the mutuels fryorite.
Alfredo Vasquez, who rode the
Countess, shared top saddle hon-
ors with Alejandro and Manuel
Ycaza with two victories apiece.
' Firopo was the day's best long-
shot winner at $20.60 per ducat
while Tilama scored at $16.60 in
the seventh.

I .5atUiwed Wa w sai B p. .;*
FLYING FILLY Satiqwood, Ward Storunup, israTted the top
filly and one of the toughest entries in the $100,000 Hamble-
tonlan t Goshen, N. Y...Aig. .

Wimbledcin King Trabert

Cops U.S. National Clay

Court Net Championship
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Thrown into action shortly
after their arrival from Mon-
treal and St. Paul, the two 24-
year-old right-handers came
through wi h splendid major
league debuts that enabled the
Dodgers to whip the Cincinnati
Redlegs, 6-2 and 8-5. Their per-
formances not only helped the
Dodger maintain their 12%-
.aam b ~tt ave Ajatrn's sore
a damatic

a Buny Bavaid for mound
t9 from.t Ir Uoor, tha Dodg-
*r' staff had dwindled to three
le-bodied p s former aand
Natinl League rivals
Wet egt n g to hope they
.cou1d4t.0 o 4qr led.
GnaiWa' n*Uve efDurham,
(.C4 ~B a 133 record at
din a glitter-
itter In the open-
by *a.Stack that
Ok a r's list
*low b QH edse, Fa1 F
e Peewee Beeoeo Craig
ked .five batters but be
stuek out six, yteled only one
tatned run and didn't permit
hit after *he second Inning.
Bessent, Vho. hails from Jack-
*nville, Fla., and had a 6-3
work for St. Paul, pitcned six-
I t ball for eight innings be-
re he tired and Ed Roebuck
as summoned from the bullpen
lock things up. The Dodgers
ad scored six runs with the aid
three Cincinnati errors in the
iurth inning and added another
Ilr in the seventh before the
edlegs started to hit Bessent.
The American League race.
Meanwhile, continued to tighten
When %the Chicago- White Sox
Sobbed the Baltimore Orioles,
1 2 and 5-4, and moved to with-

me but his opponent's smash-
play swept the next three
games and the set.
Trabert. again started fast in
.,the Uiga building up 4f 5-2
S as broke Bart s sorv-
on b third and- the

match point on three occasions.
The eli" M3 45e game
Texai. ,n. i 4-piA *4 chop
shot sbhar tto eUcSt AdWthe

vatdage indeftigh i~r In
the back a, Rnales ...l.
the net iorens .......

Head tnode ot
won the women's play courts
championship with a 64'4-, 8
victory over 17-year-old BartAra
who was seeded o. 1.. s
Knode, a quarterflna s.t. at
Wimbledon, used her backhE d
passing shorts to excellent ad-
vantage in defeating her y.a g
The senior men's singles title
went to veteran Bitsy Grant, for
whom the tournament courts
ack Station, St. Petersburg, Fla.,
6-0, 6-4. Station was the defend-
ing champion but Grant was
seeded No. 1..
The Hit Parade

(Based on s20 official at bats)
Player and club g ab r h Pet.
Kaline Det. 86 348 78 128 .368
Fox. Chicago 86 349 54 114 .327
Kuenn, Det. il77 23 56 105 .825
Smith, Cleve. 89 365 70 115 .315
Power, K. City 81 323 32 100 .310
C'riella, Bkiyn 67 249 45 86 .345
Snider, Bkly. 86 330 78 104 .825
Klua'kf, in. 84 330 61 107 .324
Ashbum. Phil. 78 299 50 97 .324
Burgess, Cincl. 62 222 38 71 .320
Snider, dodgers .......1. 1
KluEsewski, Redlegs .... 29
Mays. Giants ........... 37
Bahks, Cubs ........... M
Post,- Redlegs ......... 283
Snider, Dodgers ........ 93
Jensen, Red Box ........ 73
Kaline, Tigers .......... 71
Khisewski, Redlegs ..... 68
Musial, Cardnals ....... 67
Sulder, Dodgers ...... 78
a tn .kes....... 78

4(; Aa a vft......... 114

ATLANTA, July 18 (UP) -
Wimbledon champion Tony Tra-
bert overpowered tenacious Ber-
nard (Tut) Bartzen 10-8, 6-1, 6-4
yesterday to win the National
Clay Courts singles rrown and
gain revenge for a beating .I
flicted. by Bfrtun in t06 1 I
finals. ; -
Trabet, top. ed for the
week r tourney and the ia-
tion's No. 2 ranking tennis star,
skillfully combined his powerful
serve and overhead smash with
a crowding net game to over-
whelm Bartzen, who was seeded
fourth despite winning the clay
courts championship last year.
Bartren, of San Angels, Tex.
used the same tactics he has
throughout, sticking to the
back court in an effort to re-
trieve all shots and force his
opponent into coffers, but
could not keep up with the
Whnbledon champ*
During the long first set vhlch
apparently wore Bartzen down,
each broke through the other's
service twice in the first 17
games. But Trabert broke Bart-
zen's service bn the 10th game
and scored the winning point on
a backhand placement which
Bartzen lobbed out of the court.
Trabert ran up a quick 3-0 lead'
in the second set. Bartzen won
his own service in the fourth

Troopers, Coco Solo

Battle Tonight For

Round-Robin Berth

With Fort Clayton's 68-62 win
over defending champion Fort
Kobbe Thursday night assurinRg
the Cavaliers pt at least a tie
for first place at the end of the
first round, attention in the
Panama Area A110d Forces
Lea 1e switches to the battle for
The Tri-Post Troopers moved
into fourth Thursday past Al-
brook AFB with an 81-8 over-
time thriller past the FlyerS.
Tonight the Troopers take to a
foreign court against Coco 801
Navy, who trail the Troops by
only one-half game.
In other frays tonight Army
Atlantic tries for it statth vi.-
tory lan the last seven esa"e-
gatnst Navy aiir twe-

eracotender wKo lt a I o reg-'
ga.ns Albrog. -
and virtually sow a P fi

st ace

1-La Enea $3.80, 2.60, 2.20
2-Forzado $3.40, 2.20.
3-Henry Lee $2.20.
1-Vain Darling $7.20, 2, 2.20.
2-Gisu $.2.80, 2.20.
3-uOm Fancy $2.60.
First Double: $16.40.
1-Metto $4, 2.40.
2-Chepanita $3.20.
One-Two: $11.60.
1-Piropo $20.60, 6.20, 6.40.
2-Proton $9.80, 6.40.
3-Golden Glase $2.60.
Quiniela $09.80.
1-Golden Wonder $4.60, 2.80.
2-Petite $2.60.
1-Dark Bunset $5.20, 4, 2.60.
2-1.sasy Brook $8, 3.80.
3-Chispeani $4.
1-Tilama $1860, 5.20, 2.60.
2-Amat $4, 2.0. t
3-Turf Lodg 42.380
Doable: M..,
l-z-Tuira $4.60, 4, 2.80.
1-xMufieco $0.801 10.40, 5.40.
3-Oarlota $4.60.
x-Dead hat. Qunela: M24.20.
1-Postinovich $5.20, 3, 2.20.
2-Febrero II $7, 2.20.
l3-Fol $2.20.
One-Two: $43.8.
1-Persian Countess $5.80,3.40,3.
2-Bradomln $5.80, 2.
3-Leaden $2.60.



Toronto .....
Montreal ....

Pet. GB
.635 -
.589 4%
.587 5
.495 13%
.484' 16
.421 20 ,.
.411 21',/
.379 24%

(First Game)
Havana 000100 100-2 5 1
Toronto 100 020 00X-3 9 1
Valentine, Harris (9) and Mao-
talvo, Johnson, Shore (1) aad-
brberet. WP-J.ohzin. LP-
Valentine. HRGar"
(Second Game, 7 innings)
3raoe 000 221 0-5 1" 0
ore tf o 000 001 0--1 53 0
Bracho, Scantlebury (7) n
Nobles Landeck, Hetk (6),
(O and Berberet. WP--Br .
-&t .-.D. r
(First Game)
Syracuse 000001310-- 11' 1
Buffalo 100000002-3 7 2
Owens and Heyman; Flowers,
Davie (8) and Yewclc. LP-Flow-
(Second Game, 7 innings)
Syracuse 000 000 0-0 3 0
Buffalo 010 000 x-1 5 0
Lovenguth and Hey man;
Schultz and Streull,

(First Gae, 12 3Innings)
Column 100W000 0088001-4 12 2
Mo al 0010010060-4 6 2
Thi and Lakemab; Lehman
and Bacha, Tabd (2). ER-Nel-
son, Laeman.

* 101 7-Il

am Lol ....4 .44 46
0. 410 .46 1A
""'.no 2.i ;
ttsbrgh ....31 0 .41 2
Ohicago at Pladelphia (N) B.oAoKl (A)
MIlwaukwe t NW Tork (N)
Only gales scheduled. -
(First Game)
ilwwaiee 000012050-8 9 3
New York 030003010-7 8 1
Conley, Jolly (2-2) and Cran-
Antoneli (7-11), Wilbhelm, Lid-
die, Monnant and Westrum.
(Second Game)
Ml~waiee f 001100100-3 7 0
New York 000000001-1 9 1
Nichols (6-5) and Rice.
Olel ((2-8), Monxant, Wilhelm
and Katt.
(First Game)
St. Louis 010004000202-9 19 2
Pitts. 010130000201-8 1 1
Wooldridge, LaPalme, right,
Arroyo (11-4), Lawrence and
Littlefield, Surkont, Friend,
Donoso (2-4) and Atwell.
(Second Game)
St. Louis 000 00001-1 4 1
Pittsburgh 000 000 0x-0 3 0
Haddix and Sarni.
Face and Shepard.
Game suspended in 8th en as-
count of Pennsylvania Sunday
curfew law. Does not become
Part of records until completed.
Will be resumed at later date.
(First Game)
Chicago 0002360000-11 10 1
Phila. 0040013211-12 16 0
Hillman, Pollet, Jeffcoat, Jones
(9-12) and McCullough.
Rogovin, Miller, Negray. Kuga-

m Ag8 W L Pet. e
TYork ...3 36 .5 PA
...*.,. Is-, 33 1%
awili ..7w, .38 3
ost ........50 39 .o .6

De rot ..- .45 4Q -W 9%
:-:2gon..9 67 Z7t 351

Washington at sainM (ty
Baltimore at Chief
Only games scheduled.
(First Game)
Baltimore 000020000---2 4 0
Chicago 01300900X-3 10 2
Zuverink (0-6), Dorlsh and
Pitce (6-6) and Lollar.
Baltimore 110010100-412 1
Chicago 1120000 1X-5 14 0
challock, pallesa, Moore .(4-8)
and Smith.
Harshman, Donovan (12-2)
and Lollar.
(Firet Game)
Boston 310200000-6 5 0
Cleveland 000o000o00-0 3 1
Brewer (7-7) and White.
Score (8-8), Feller, Moasi, Nar.
leaki and Fotles, #ruagon
(Second Game)
Boston 0000 00-4 8 1
Cleveland 02101300K-6 11 0
I*e (1-2), Delock, Winder
and Whilte.
Garcia (8-10), Narski, Mosasi,
Lemop and Hegan.
New York 0110020000-5 9 0
Detroit 003000020 1-6 10 0
Wiesler, Morgan, Lepat (4-6),
Turley and Berra.
Gromek, Birrer, Coleman (1-1)
and Wilson.
Washington 200 000 020-4 19 0
Kesas Olt o000 000 000.0 0
She8126-(*) and Courtney.
Rase9 (2-3).oGerman., Ceccar-
elUi and Astropt.

come part of-recefis Util eom-

v, Meyer (3-8) and Lopata. (First Game)
---- Cincinnati 110000000-2 2 0
(Second Game) Brooklyn 200 31100- 4
Chicago' 010 130- 2 1 Saley (5-8), lppsten
Philadelphia 000 12x-.-4 7 0 Burges.
^p hla i 9.;ae
Winner, Perkowslt 6) and Craig (1-0) and Walker.
(Second Game)
Simmons, Kpin er (5). Negray C0iencnati 010001 00.-4 9.
(6) and BeminiLck. Brooklye 000 00 2- 11 0
Game suspended in 6th on se- Minarci (4-'1), I-idik, 0e1-
Mouut of Philadelphia Sunday lum, Illppsteln and sas.
ecrfew law and will be resumed eUsantm 1-0 R
at later date. Game does not be- .-well. )Rftfck and

Surging Powells Quintet Cose

In On Skidding Naval Station.

Atlantic Basketball League
Won Left.Fet.
Naval Station ..... 7 4 .635
Powells ........... a 5
Gibraltar Life ... 5 7 .41
Universal Sports .. 5 7 .417
Universal Sports 80, Naval Sta-
tion 65
Powells 61 Gibraltar Life 59
Naval Station vs Gibraltar Life
Powells vs Universal Sports
Only one week ago Naval Sta-
tion was coasting comfortably
with a 3-game lead, then sud-
denly came the tailspin that the
rest of the teams had waited for
all season. Friday night the de-
fending champs lost their sec-
ond game In succession, the first
time this season that the Tan
had put together two losses and
their lead was shaved to one
game. Their main competition
now comes from the team that
had started the season as under-
dogs, Powells.
The home-stretch drive that
had' been building up since last
week was clinmaed when Uni-
versal Sports, a va ty improved
quintet, ran roughabsd over Na-
val Station for an 80 to 65 win
and Powells coming from be-
hind in the nightcap, stretched
their winning streak to three
games with a 61 to 59 victory
ovqr Gibraltar. The Gibraltar
loss, coupled with Unhsports win
In the fin game, now places
those two teams in a deadlock
for the cellar, 2% games off the
Navy's pact.
Led by John Bafes, whose
continuous improvement has
played an .Iportat role n
UnspoWt's sudden if e-tA-lUWr
program, Uliveral Sports stayed
close to Navy tOr lte. fIrst half.

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that- moved the youngsters toI
within 1 game of the league
Trailing all the way, Powels
had to come from behind In the
fourth quarter to turn the trick.
Gibraltar led 21 to 17 at the end
of the first quarter, and hung
on to their 4 point advantage, 24
to 30 at half time.
* The battle continued even dur-
S ethe third quarter, with Pow-
estill on the short end of a 46
to 42.-count. Gibraltar had only
6 men out for this important
contest, and Powells took advan-
tagP of their shortage of re-
serves, driving forward in the
closing minute of the fourth
quarter to win $1 to 50.
Ramon R ea, Powels scoring
power, paced the winners with
17, w Richter of Gibraltar
continued on the trail of the
league's high scoring awar with
a 26 point total.
The box scores:

Universal Sports
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Manning .. .. ... 11 8 IT
aSmons, Carl .. .. .. 0 2 32
Moser .......... 1. 0 2 32
Hayes .... .. .. 9 5 4 23
Conover ........ a. 8 5 18
Lowe .. .. .. .. ... 0 1 0
Constantine .. .. .. 0 0 0 0
Trimble...... .. 04 0 0
smith, Oil .. .. .. .. 2 2 8
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Naval Station
Hall, Jerry ........ 6 4 3 16
Sobkowlak.. ....... 2 5 6
Doran .. ........ $ 10 526
Farnett .......... 3 5 3
Aleguas .......... 3 0 4 6
Damoff .. ....... 1 4 7
Sofia .... .. .... I 1 1-1
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Couhrame noah how Mr. Mack
Si .O yoU -an of Cenak' aid boys call
4dd u d& 4 6 him Mr. Mack us to say-:
Igofr f : ."Don't waste. any time and effort
Sa ea" W getting rid of those kind. The only
"a &R u e ;I_ l w eyth. can burt you is to be
A ^ -of-I I a t Iy pu t on base. Get the breaking or
ea.. .- fast bl over the plate. There
CT^19 _sB Lf "SE^-worry and work nouglh in the
,- bag-ha w l iase good hitters.'
SOW &..iauaeqm "Mr. Mack used to tell how
Sr- m ain on y M y. Chief Bender absolutely refused
to waste a pitch when in position
to do so with two strikes on even
,the superir hitters. Albert, as
r 4nL | ^ /" f^Mr ack called .him, wanted to
/ rB "~jddit Z s-get the hitter out of there would
reak a low curve over thie out-
/ .." side corner or fire the hard one.

hitting all of .1a. You see pitch-
ers who should know better walk
S-- 1 t pithebers who couldn't hit a soft.
ball with a plank."

y Coekrane ha msever al suges-
tionx for 1 lIng up games that
__ drag out or three hours a1l
f D anie l more, but would, lead off with
D lUI mmel I having pitchers quit treating .240
hitters as though they were Ted
--,-. -. ]Williamses and Roy Camopanellas.
"Baseball in more recent years
CL3VELANO. Having disposed of -the sAnnnus All-Sitr has come in for a rash of master-
.kmae, the majors resumed their pennant contention with the minding and thorough coaching,"
American League inv ed in a d f fighth. and "e- n.. o l points out the Hall tof amer who
seemingly relaxed position etopedi damuic posibilitie. managed the Tigera to two pen-.
Until quite recently, the Yankees, Indians and White Box a of an d a wod champ,
levd they once more faced a round robin monthemselves. Slayers too frequent don't course, buto
.determhe the ultimate location of the AL half of the World prly ers toopply the theory They out-
S'erlss. smart themselves like pitchers do
Then, out of nowhere, came the Red Box. They puncted when they warn poor hitter by
their high potentJals with a double-eader sweep In New York Cochrane finds prospects even
on July 4. an now have charged nto the West only si x*gams harder to find than they were in
off the pace, with general recognition a pennant, contenders. his playing days. He's look at
Asked if he regarded the Boston club as a serious threat, 00 this year and signed just e,
Casey 8tenge'l replied: "What do you think? That Higgin gang IWalt Messin, an 18-year-old De.
in't exactly lulling me to sleep evfry night. troit lad who was shipped to 0-
wensboro of the Class D K itty
"1 think that the big faster In their success has been this League when he graduated from
here ZEuehin, which gives the club a first-laMs first sacker with high school. Young Messina is a
power for the first time in years. I have to hand it to Higinas second baseman and Cochrane
for s illkng by this man when he looked none too good early in likes his arm, speed and style at
the season. Pinky had him at Louisvile, and kney what he the plate.
could do. "He must have looked at pic-
S tures of Charley Gehringer," says
"Also, Ted Wlliams is in a-fine mood these days. If he fee Gordon Cochrane. nostalgically.
happy ad-oeentented,bhe is a very valuable man. I ---
"Now, about that Boston Infield. Some ol the bright young WOMEN' AMATEUR
men around the circuit tell me how can you give serious con-
sideration to a club whibh has drady Hatton, a Cincinnati cast- CHARLOTTE. NC. -(NA) -
off, at third, and Billy Klaus, which the giants never gave him TheWoman's Amateur Champion-
a second thought, playing short? ship of the United States Golf As-
soeIatIon will again be an a ll-
"Well. I have to Judge by results, not by personalities. On mateh play competition at the My-
paper, the Boston Infield shapes up like some of the quartets 1 ers Park Country Club here, Aug.
uwed to have when I managed t Braves. But the standingAtO 227.
[ he tlubs insists that the Red aox are breathing hard on the -
:ecks of the White Box and the Indians, and It is my guess that
these birds don't like it. We have a dozen or more games with HIGH STAKES
Boston. And I didn'I admire the prospect."
Jimmy Stout, patrol judge at
monmouth Park, won nine stakes
GAME'S TOP BATTERY there in 1953, a high mark at a
I made the plane trip from Milwaukee to Cleveland with major track.
Harry Walker, who was flying to New York to lead the Cardi- ---

"Being 11% Iingths to the good, the way the Dodgers are,
certainly should give a manager a feeling of ease and comfort,"
Walker said. "But it doesn't work that way. I believe Walt
Alston iseas harassed by his position as I am by mine.
"The mental burden is on Alston and his club. You writers
ketp referulrg to the Brooklyn collapse of 1951. You dig up
other Flatbush failures after July 4 leadership. Those things are
very disturbing.
"Alston has a wonderful dub, the game's toe battery In Don
Newcombe and Roy Campanella, a tremendous home-run pauch.'
The way these Dodgers explode these feur-baggers at hete.
Field is plain muNder. Am I saying that they will win? T oug
ask Alston."
Campanella's knee Is bad. PeeWee Reese has been looking
his age. GU Hodges is very tired. Carl Eranse eeomd loe better.
Ye. there e many points of diastutnee it the Brooklyn site,
ieon. But if the Dodgers don't win this time, they should eI
shifted to.Le Angeles.
At Milwaukee, Leo Durocher delivered a press-room oration
In which he announced his belief that, even with a 15% lengb
deficit, he honestly believed he could overhaul the Do ers.
If DArochet means what he says, the job of rallying must
begin at once, in the series with the Cubs, who have taken seven
out of 13 from the Giants, On paper, they aren't that good.

Durocher and Horace Stoneham talked about Leo'aob at
Milwaukee, and the manager of the Giants came away the
feeta that new contract for 1M waI not far in the ffg
That Leo and Horace are In C.. ap"rmsatat a O time
wo a be stretching the truth. t so would It be a lack of
veracity to play'w rumors of rOpDifMl 2 bMa etween them.
Infaqt, all three of our eal Nsts m ebeae feor extA
uite rin e wi a ta .



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WMAN'S PLACE-Since women's wrestling is now legal in Illinois, the gals are better lookers
dis Imus p than previously. The business is still highly unladylike, however, as Penny Ban-
ner demonstrates in Chicago squeezing a leglock fastened on LeeChona La Claire. The latter fin-
ally surrendered to a Boston crab hold, whatever that is.

see, and a comebacker, as you
also say in baseball when the ball
is hit back at the pitcher, hit me.
It happened on the 10th hole of
the third round. I was 150 yards
away used a 4 iron, figuring that
if I hit the ball a little heavy I
would still send it where I wanted
it to go.
Trying to get too much distance,
however, I hit too high up on the
ball. The result was that the ball
didn't get up quickly 'enough and
failed to clear the lip of the trap
So I was playing 4 out of the
trap and the miscalculation spell-
, ed a disastrous 7 on a par 4 hole.

Peter m

Anaoer of a series
British Open Champion
Written for NRA Service
As you Americans might say, I
was hit by a batted bal in foul
And it cost me the British Open
Championship which I have now
won on successive years.
Bobby Locke beat me by one
shot at Lytham St. Anne's in 1952,
so the double penalty was the dif-
ference. .. and then some. I failed
o get out of a fairway trap, you

QUESTION: Sal Maglie went
into his motion, but stopped as
his pike caught on the rubber.
It was a alk. What would it have
been had the Giant's right-hander
continued his motion and threw a
ground ball to'the plate? Bob
nwart. .
Answer: As long as he didn't
Imak I a6etim i weald be a le.
gal pitch.
. With a man on second base
a 34 count n the hitter, the
pitcher tdowe wildly for the
fourth W&dL The better holds first
base s the catcher recovers. The
ru er from second base goes to

A. A ahs- n= a and soaer
Iw e record of
A of the Cardinals in the
shun Ins:seam?-qArt ChinaL
LM1n ahe 2:bl #e -W

gssy -major league vie-
i a je White Soas' Diek
hav e befeoe this season?
A n e tArl&

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Thomson w1

St wft in

country i ar of tar Wtrw r A tA iuftia 5we "r-"
competitve sports stories asth asThmesa -iw ,Sl A
period. aloalaers Auoeliga "M
SWMt .aM. as "nWdam te .gment in UN.
Chave N DaB Al. BIk, -aMM Bsefea $g to a
wIs the Australal Open ina 1 1b, hio o s tam
and hu since been runner upa PA tP -S-aits
three times. .taait
After flnlabisaf second behind isthe I"talI tos-
two of the very superior ht- ea A h
wakenre, Bob Locko in1 iMad S -
Bhein Hopa the Aylii
Thomson claimed the ehrshd -
Britbh Op for his own lait sun- '1.

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cage Tam O'Shater and Amer- LAST DAYV -. .75 ,
lean ne rioval irvalde "'
hhi was as e way in this 3U UM
Mde. h is. .
breakg through in the United'
"With b sl extraordinary hands -
and swing, all he has to do Is keep i I
playing to Win in this country." ?.-
says Craig Wood, the former U.S. .',I
Open and Masters champion.
"You ean say that gain," as-
serts Jimmy -Demaret, the three _L
time Masters titleholder who last | --
year aceempanled Thomson to fl.Ai
Royal Brdale where the soft
spoken Australian discarded hu is aBi
driver. forefeting 20 yards In dis- ".,e-,BH

mareL "He toured Sou g Afiea
two years in a rowwivth oad Muf-
fin Face, whom he greatly ad-
mired andand mimicked. He copies
Locke's swing and putting, had his
"Playing so much In this coun-
try, he got away from the Lock
way more than somewhat, but he
still puts like Locke and hasa the
South African's perfect attitude."
Oine reason why Peter has net

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AIGON, Indochina. July 8- **Let the people h the Bruth and tA country is safe" -Abraham Linoln.
(UP)-More than 30,000 persons country safe Abra m Li
today demonstrated i favor of
premier Ngo 1)lnh Diem's rsfuf-
al to consider proposals afor next THIRTIET TAAA P. MONDAY, JULY 18, 1RS.
eqr's all-Vietiamr elections un-
less North Vietnam arees to

camin t snmmW agner Liss Union Successes
campaign in this South Viet
The denmonstatlofli opened
namese capital to denounce the
Geneva -eaesefire agreement
and to support Diem's polley.
to open election neat In Terms OCasor CZers
with Hoe Chi Minh's government
by Jly 20 as specified n the In order to explain why per ca- crease of the classifiedgroup stated, agencies on the Zone have
Geneva agreement came bn the pita tax of Central Labor Union- and the authority for payment o suspended payment of the differ-
eve of the Big Four chlela of Metal Trades Council members differential, were co vered by ential as of June 30 until word Ia n
goverriRmet meeting in the same went up 50 cents as of July 1, Wagner in his talk. was received that the appropria- tulian .Apal,
Swiss city where-his country was president Walter Wagner dis- tion bill had become law and that
carved In two exactly a year cussed the topic "What is My U-I In the following tabulation mem. it contained the author or
ago. < t e a ya union Membership Worth To Me?" bers were .shown what they would payment of the differential. Arrive HI n S es
It increased the likelihood at a recent labor meeting, have received if the union had nott Wagner told members that in- DES MOINES, la July 18 (UP'
that Vietnam light again play Although dnion officials are still carried on their two year fight fifnation relating to per diem -Fifteen Russian, arm perts
anl m.pqrtmat Geneva. compiling figures on various ben. for the pay raise, and if the bill employes would be discussed at flew here yestefay to bEg a
Informed bourtie said British eflts accrued by its members, two had passed as submitted by te their coming meeting. month-long tour" of the Vidweat
Pr(neo Minslater ":ir Anthony of the items, the last p a y in.' administration: I and learn how Ameriea bu a
Mden wms extreMetly concerned hug food surplusess w esvia
about the whole Indoches uUmlnotration's vaue- of inside Roiling hunge food surpluses-while-v
out the whole Indochinee 'Administration's Value of non S production lags.
ituattUn. including the Commu- GS Qrade Actual Increase Original Bill Membership u r Iowa State College officials laid
nist rebellion In Laos. n les entire Car, out a busy tentative fra or
SIt was believed here the West i o237 0 $t7 the arrive of the dele .
will not seek to brain up Indo- 2 262 0 262 Including Driver hea tri p through "p t ln
ahm sit Geneva, butfthe Rus- 3291 62 21h i r h t open
last Geneva, but I they Rus- 3 281 6 218 DAVENTRY, England, July 18 state" will end July 30, and the
s mention it. they will be 4 300 93 2fl 7(UP)-Police revealed today Russians will move on to Nebras-.
forced to discuss It, t 325 237 tiat David Richards, 31, died ka South Dakita, Minnesota, and
Diem said yesterday in a rm- 6 356 26 100I
Diebr said yesterday inhe agreedn- 6 356 540 10 Friday when he fell asleep at the Illinois before 'winding up their
the brat Ufelgetons. 8 427s oit 1 whee of his car and was impaled journey in California.
the n-tanlple" of electUons. 8 437 5 01 when the car rammed into a Topping the list of events will
"Bti t toere an be no ques- 9 475 75 15 roadside guard railing. I be visits to 8 or 10 "typical" io-
tin of onier any ver 10 518 1 Th railing, a two and a half wa family-owned farms. One of4
,np h propof I not gi ve r, if inch steel tube, passed through the highlights will be a big fried!
.proof 6s not gvan th*t they Wagner explained that previous.,representative in Washington that th ccr radiator dashboard chicken odnner on the .160-acre
put the superIor Intenests of ly, voluntary contributions of $10 protective language was inserted rd's chestor, due car's ront George Horn farm near Waahein-
the national community above leach towards the legislative fund in thi House Bill to cover differ. seat, the back st, heat and rotrd- ton TuesdayWashing
hose of Comnnmusm. were collected from members. lentia pay for Panama Canal Co. d from the trunk of the car. Mrs. Hora, whose husband hasI
"If they do not renounce ter- Now, with the new per capital, emplpyes. Richards lived for 90 minutes won a Master Swine Producers a-
r and totalitarian methods, If tax of $1 a month, no contribu- whilepolce tried to free him ward for his skill on his simple
tey do not cease violating en- tions for the fund will be sought. Wagner pointed out that At was ep irt farm, laid out a menu includ-
giagements as they did in. pre- Members previously paid 50 cents known as the McCarran amend- ing potatoes gravy potato .salad,'
venting our compatriots In the a month plus the $10 a year. ment, having been first intro. Short Change tomato salad hot rolls and from
jorth from fleeing south, and In duesd by Senator McCarran for butter, strawberry jam and pie.
recently attacking in concert, With regard to the second tiem the AFL, and has been consistent- DETROIT July 18 (UP)-Mr. The Russians, who arrived by
ith the.Communist Pathet Lao the CLU president discussed, ly Include in each appropriation Evelyn Kay Snedeker, 22, was plane in New York S a t u r da y
9be friendly state of Laos." members were reminded that it bill. wearing only a pair of scanty dressed conservative in mu
That appeared to be a fairly was through'the union's legislative In the past, the union leaders swearing only apair blouse when ar- the style of Midwest businessmen,
m Indication that, there would .....raigned in federal court yester- will get several first hand oppor-
H i dSrai d in federal courtey ee s
betweenn North day on a charge of boosting the tunities to sample local thinking
d amount of six money orders be- on arm and other problems.
-2 :9 D afore cashing them. The delegation will tour t he
i2s r.u8h. Sq said she needed -the. mon. Milwest in a swank, air-condition-
mWrk- t e buy clothes. ed Greyhound bus.

M RNplDO, Chle July Whereabouts Of Mindszenruy
18 -(UP)--Chlle's wordt train
cn k in history as blamed to-.
adea.y -t'- betare hi' to
plowed into the rear of an- -
oilier standing in the San Bernar.
do Sta r tion. VIENNA, Austria, July 18 (UP) making his own decisions and
An official report listed 30 per. Communist secretiveness on was under police control.
sas killed and so injured in the ---- ..the whereabouts of Josef Car- The Interior Ministry switched
accident yesterday. Of the in- dinal Mindazenty indicated to- all newsmen's Inquiries from of-
d, 4 were ain serious ondi. day he still may be under police flee to offoe with evasions and
and it was fear, the death surveillance in spite of Red Hun- contradictions.
lmay rise. a ry's claim that he has been "No one wishes to answer you,"
Cfe ollision-.oeerre about 9 reed from'prison, the switchboard operator in the
a.m. In a .4"a',-i jg.$ crowded The Hungarian Justice Minis- ministry informed the Unted
teasin was stopped .in the station try refused to disclose the car- Press.
This Santiago suburb to wait dinal's whereabouts. The Ministry of Justice was
fur g lm r n.r damage to be A telephone call to Mindazen- e Mnsro uti e
repeo e d- train smashed -' ty's palace at Budapest brought more cooperative but no more
into the rear of the first, the admission from its staff: informative.
f. 'bt" esdata" of 'the standing "We don't know where he is." Meanwhile, a Vatican source
In were destroyed. Most of the When the United Press asked todhat 133 cardincals, archbishops
U -tiq 'l$%-a these cars. to meet or to amak with Minds- that 133 cardinals, archbishops
zenty, the Justice-Ministry said persecution in communist-con-
_SM.BAM TIDES such w request must n to the persecution In Communist-con-
ROT DOG Six-year old pomeranian fights the heat wave by Interior Ministry which con- troled countries two yeared"s
TUESDAY, JULY 19 sitting in a Dan of eice water while he keeps eve cocked on the trols Hungary's Red police net- The Vatican secretariat of
HlSH LOW thermometer. Temperature crept close to the 100 mark in' work and its prisons. state issued the list in May 1953.
3112 e.m. 9:.9 a.m. Dallas, Tex., while most of the nation swbltered through assorted The implication seemed clear No official estimate of the
328 p.m. 9:4 p.m. heat waves. that the cardinal still was not number of priests, nuns and
ui.lonvriea persecuted in Red.I



S The mywld continent in
the most vioet canvas of-lov
and adventure ever fimed!

muia B pjaccubu an swu i
countries has been issued by the
Vatican but unofficial but au-.
thoritative sources placed them
at "tens of thousands."
The Vatican list was based on
official reports reaching Rome
and therefore was far from com-
plete. It was pointed out that
the list did not include a num-
ber of bishops who were sentenc-
ed to death or died in concen-
tration camps. Unless official
information is received in such
cases, the Vatican never lists
them in its estimates.
Red China tops the Vatican
list with 75 high eccleslastts "in-
peded" that is to say no longer
able to carry out their ecclesias-
tie duties,

SIN THE 1930's, 00 pack animals were stabled at wat Davis In the present sup serv and
motor pool areas shown above. Mules carried suftlHea to outlying positlon.s until 19 4.,
(U.S. Arfl photo)

Ft s ia
""I C o
Ft. Wlliam nDavis Comes tong Way

From Swampland Of 36 Years Ago
Thirty-six years ago the W a r
Department published a General
Order which read in part as o1.
"By direction of the President,
the new post. now being construct.
ed near Gatun, Panama Canal De.
apartment, is named Fort William
D Davis, in honor of the late Col.
William D. Davis, 361st Infantry,
who died in France, November 1,
1918. Colonel Davis was awarded
the distinguished service cross for
'extraormnary heroism in action
near Gesnes, France, Sept. 26 to
Octuber 2, 1918.' "

Construction of the initial build-
ings nad begun several weeks be-
fore on a site recommended by
General Leonard Wood, a former
chief of staff, who made a special
trip to the Isthmus in 1915-1v16 to
find locations for two new posts.
(Fort Clayton stands on the other
side recommended by Wood.) The
need for a new post on the Atlan-
tic side was particularly urgent.
Troops and canal workers were
workers were crowded together in
old Camp Gatun.
Panama C a n a I construction
workers and soldiers of the 33rd
Infantry who built and occupied
FortrDavis did not think mucn of
Wood's recommendation. T he y B
called the new post the "Camp" LT. COL. C. T. MARSH, R., (]
in the "Swamp," because me Fort William D. Davis, and Ma
building site was very low and office, examine maps and mati
marshy, and the engineers had a the
diflicut time drainmg the place.
But the buildings which still
form the center ot me Post--three adjacent to the west boundary of
barracks, an administration build, the post.
ing, ana otlicers row-were resay The 14th trained hard. Recruits
for toe 14th Infantry Regiment were sent directly from the Unit-
woen it arrived in October, 1920. ed States to Fort Davis, and re-
*1 mrty tour officers and b06 en- ceived their training in the regi-
listed men made up the 14th when ment's own training com m an ny.
it moved into Fort Davis. Regi- Some had to be discharge" drue to
mental headquarters werein in me disabilities which the tropie cl i-
administration building a lon mate made more serious.
with the post theater, the pub, Maneuvers with naval and" air
gym, tne post guardhouse, the support were frequently held. Iq
tX, the post telephone exchange, 1934 O(e 14th .marched fram the
the post signal oftuce, the post 8- st to the Atlantic mouth of theA
brary, the post chaplain's of ice Pina River leaving I Company at
and a 50-bed hospital. the Gatun Lo ks to set up'defens-
An extensive building program es.
over Lte years eased the conges- In 1937-1938 Company K of the
tion., Pre-war construction largely 14th marched ipto the jungle at
ended in 1938 with the completion Sabanita and came out at -Mad-
og tne beer hall and the Unique den Dam, after cutting trail 12 feet
octagonal theater. Troop labor cut wide and building temporary y
bas= toe jungle on alh sides and bridges along the way. The rest
in 1936 produced the 18.hole gol of the regiment marched over this
course so popular today. trail to take part in maneuvers
For 21 years the Colon Gatun that year.
hhway ran through the center Target ranges constructed at
ofthe post. In the early nday this Fort Davis at an early date and
seemed a good way to Oc0k-Off were much used by the 14th In-
objetionable traffic to the GaMn fantry. A 1000-inch-rane for small
Locks area, but as traffite got .a.- bore rifles was located near the
vier, the advantage was ost in barracks and was particularly po-
tte noise and contusinL | UlUar, troops using it to fire dur-
The road itself was ider. uthe off-duty hours.
Jurisdiction of the Ca zl US u- But a safety problem arose with
torities and post military Ipou the use of the new "boat-tailed"
were helpless to control traffic vio- ammunition; whieb had a- greater
latis by non-military vhiclew carrying power than the pr-lml7
Apaials by post commauri dto .for which the rangep had been
Cdal Zones authority got lsit* designed. Use of the more power-
with te construction as a0- of ful ammunition endangered IiIe
onMI 0 mae nlu

right) deputy post commander,
ij. Stanley ii. La.

la a executive
land and on Piedra And Zonrra. Is-
lands In Gatun Lake.
In -Im after six ears of the
Panam railroad had been fired
Sn, the range was shut down.
ade were u t ken to provide an
aequatge safety one by 'buying
ut Penrtyhders on the ris.
hands. are this could be done,
corded en.of the third locks
forced the railroad ta lay its track

Populationof Fort Davis was r
corded as 2000 military. 50 civ
Nsar an 365 public a i m a1 s.)
Nearly all the animals on the At-
lic side were stationed at Fort
tDavi and a post veterinary his.
Pital opened in 12 staffed by an
officer and seven eledten, to

was aende by tsfroma
over the Isthmus,
n 1935 Amy chief of staff, di.
recited replacement of pack ani-
mals by motor vehicles, but be-
case roads were poW 'ad out.
lying position inaccesibi by oth.
r means, the 14th k it. iule.
Military strength in the .Canal]
Zon w gr at y--.iemasi, i the
Period between The staritof t he
w ld War 11 se Ig r, ,
anthe Japaso .. lta k Pear
Uror in De"emiber, 141. In.
fantry, field artillery and antir-
craft units elme to Fort a v i
S A tori had
greatly lessened the danger of an
attack t on the Wus.
A-9oS withte a p0*-the H. A.
Greei Castoenmat-'was eo0-
situted in-i 1O to kouse tW 13th
Innt lg now
W b. Ert 3m
eompleted m 19IM to g
Fort Davis was a center of At-
lantic ar dfnes acpetlvity
trougfLt the period o crli. At
the peak of .t Grm7 Zqruma.
rift campaign the Cabean
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