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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00808
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dowi (above) as Piastdet Bisenhower (rigA 0,er.tary of
B.atejabn Foster Dulles (second from right), Mrs. Mdies aad
Mrs. Eisenhower (left) appear outside -the Attle E manuel
Church in the American colony of Geneva prior.to start of
O thg Big Four meetings.


a RUSSIlN8 Swiss President Max
skes hands with Russian Premier Mar-
upon the arrival of the Russidan delega-
he Yh Four talks. In center is Soviet
r# Shukov and also arriving but not.
was M tkita tirushchev.

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WASHINGTON, July 10 (UP) Panama anal today upheld
-The Senate has passed a the views exP d ted ay
whidh, when finally enacted S- Latern me t, Waigton
to law will result In pay n- att for
men of the Panama Canal Zone. fr o te Foreign la-. O l i
The bill peclflcally provides .o.is m-"te
for pay increases averaging a- Dllweg's j tea to the ef-
-bout 1-3 per cent for the Di ft that alans do not
trict of Columbia metropolitan like us," wi given by him be-
polic anfire departments, re fore the committee "fact, WASHINGTON, July 19 (UPf- Th
troactive to last March 1. and not merely a O6nion." Ilationa committee asked the State
The Canal Zone government Howevr oe of tofi additional data on the
isatrdb l-aw how v r et a rOUW oa to fie additional dta on the reulsed S-t&
, nut osd t l ama a. orrn In the zoe, Questios of interoZetation of ho
to pt Into effect In thne0 and 8everal Amorko IsPan- .
uch increases granted by Con- o Io 0 iD4 ly i the Mmornd of UndP
res to the dlstrit police and fook issuewt mwe lly in the Memorndumo
firemen, and t has cutomari- by se olwitnesseinthe pubi
ly followed that practice auto- They.branded lla statement commlnpu asked the, depeo ent for
mtical, as "s misleading and ex-d
The enate passed the bill tremely danrou." h. .
late y terday ad sent it to the The mority of U..-raters Committee surcf said a closed Aer
Hous.of Representatives for questioned today felt that b held later thisMk to decide whhr
action. we wa properly prestin we
At the qame time the Senate their otof viewand tken without urtherpen hearing
assed er bll wchwould id the attorney had thelr e taken without furtheropen hearings ....... -
passed another bill w chwould
authorD pay, retroactive to backing. In the afternoon session yes- to the
July 1, for the metropoltatl o However. Jose R. Castle, terday, Jerome J. Seating, vice be Nar a
lice and fre department' hen president of the CIO's Local f president of the National s- Robert W
their nk are called in ont mprise of Panama N ti of Letter a rs t the
days off durng emergencies 'rlin t mthe-.Zone, diWeed fled that his orgaLdateon objects IrnUtutet-e A
such as the current tast tron w h e gaid fld tht hiso0ate on obe t stn
strike.. hr. It also now mustbe ee thinkwee idum
acted on by the House. tre nI theatre iLo will e to make the n
Incsat& g%,, hamtid. Civil Service Refirement Actap-
w y d"a=Wo"a sl that the pliclable to.UA. and Paaman.an
Fha* d Fiwd M Semi(lof 0Ml. .' .. -a.M...

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Sof East-y. t contacts.
int of Eat.W-Wt contact.

T e to give o bill-1 harmonleun 0l-mateo dmon
Ing e action ofs foreign lmd was L r
a- auin ry few Ike Out O f
S who had fl '. ": consider 'the ewmfeWmee.m
fistrabm W' URi1 s IMany an earlier Eat West
-44d 0% Wt4 a sub- conference has colaped in dis-
tory for the!pixes over what Items siculd be
,iot wom,.onsidereand In wht o'er.
had the *-.etlon first The West also appeared to
on their U have sucosefully closed the door GENEVA, July 19 (1UP) -Pres-
The very1. that. an. a theQeneva :s t talks.. to Ident Eisenhower became the
en as areed ap n a explsiv Far m a es center of a itii mowb-scene in
-which Russia hdhrtened,to downtown Oe a- today wnen
S .. *. -- bri, la Into the discussions, he went shop for toys for his
S... " -- The West insists Far. asern_ three grand_ mdren.
'r CSC ~matters should not be dooslder- Mr. E aenhower faced a mo-
.- I U d eI hre, th the absence of War ment of temporaryy embarrass-
Eastern delegates. ment, after making his selec-
S-tIon when he aiscovered he had
-aO B c The foreign mninitersno woae curronoy.
that only. the Items, U ak r If h
t--.-e aIgendsa should e di i. He asked ite s o keper if he
Any other subject bo- hee s- a q er haed the
yaidre 07If br onef a hpursA4 1h.
-^ the heads Tof government an A Mr. Mae8nh W into C.i
a d by the? otr e. neva from his buban vla at
(UP.) 'Cruex-de- i-for a confer-
-|o ence a the n delegation
eFar headquarters Hotel d
t Ja st ae el.pa p- Rh"one fo.attendingthe
ba and afternoon's sumMa- t mee
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M'. Waenhower was ln a lovial
mood ag he marched nto the toy
shdo.ind began picklngout dollar.
A ftgon n- blem within
em outside the. store and
Iolig. hIA. htIe, llas news
spea 011tiunguloed shop-
per' p ce.
,ThePrealdenti stopped .n the
midst of te owd o- .leaving
and='hook hands with a number
of .well-wishers..
Asked.L w the pig Four con-
ferWce was- progressing, Mr.
luefthowqr smled and jaid "so
tar,. Vewq dly."
"I ,feelp Z"good so far," he
When the President discovered
he hak4 -o S0w money with
hi hMt military aide, Col. Rob-
ert ththul, made the necessary
arrangement with the proprie-
tor to return later and pay the
presldeht's bill.

eat wave,
fngliad's channel coast M
out telephone eil, f1l0oo
rnmes and fd msad ruined
crops. w t. In

Messina more than 1505 were
homeless. -
With last night's rains, how-
ever, came cooAr temperatures
that ended a unny siege which
claimed -ore than. 400 lives
throughout Europe.
The British AT Ministry an-
nounced relief at last from the
country's longest hot speel since
The heat also was subidin n
Holland and Norway. Austri
and Switzerland reported nor-
mal mid-July temperatures.
In France, however, the heat
continued. Paris recorded its
highest temperature of the year
yesterday with a reading of 03.
Franpe was hit by severe
storms. Hail as large as large as
pigeon eggs struck the Douar-
nene area.

Inflated Ego
CHICAGO. July 19 (UP)-Jo-
seph Simonetta, 10, Pittsfield,
Mass., won an art scholarship
contest here with an oil por-
trait he painted of himself.

i -ca t uusttmnd why,

who wa
wn a s
sal mm.

terst ie this castA.
"As a matter-of fact, the p-
tion of eorwn H. Roderick (as-
statant secretary of the Army).
dlrnrmlaats against American

irati e bns ors th commit-
tee ha armw ma rtcana eas-
roes I of the I 10ho were
hird locl. and not with-
out rMeO."
However, he id "this may
Just be another iesn of an offi-
cial of the present administra-
tion not knowing what he is
talking, about. He appeared be-
fore the committee as a ex-
pert, to inform...not to misin-
form.. .threenators."
Several Americans In Panama
wondered exactly who Dilweg
was referring to Inm stating thaI
"Panamanians do not like us."
"Does he *ean Zonlans in
Central, Americans In parties-
or certain Individuals or
types of Individuals among
whom DHlw" considers h m
to be grouped?" they skid.
One usinessman addd: ".
too bad I can't afford to fly p
to testify before the committee.
I could clarify a few p6inta for
those people."

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24 East Germans
Die In M!ne Fire
SL, July 19 (UP) -
Twn-fw inet were killed
and injured when fire broke
out in a Uovietp- pmted fat
erman urhe Comr
munistkt 0l Erau tdio an-
nounced tdy.
The radio said thd disaster oc-
curred i a mine at Nleder-
schlema the Soviet sone prov.
Unee of Sazony.
1% said 4 miners died frrm

Viitiing Russian Farmers Can't See Iowa Cows

hrogh More Than 100 1
SM ,:wa, JmyA 19-i Alleman near Slater, Iowa, north
tm -. bSflarmtersp of here.
r Wyesterdsay Alleman aid he was ult 1
atihethaea cows" for honored" that the0de 11o of
aw Ow-3. -- OfS,15105 II

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intf that smoo thilr bsek e t- as .r
fatw -re ewgigh eW. v"re t,.
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posted the entire farmii- e..

ila wife's 300 pullets. f
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"Afl on t let .etsfo Bt rlodnd s. \ate '
I. e"a o n aro"" ohlm pIN* ~ut s gotI after M" Is -
day a ct o l t hd thsub v e d l elth e a l ess of le (o re r) e l ap/ ., o "r',- am.p

I t'empts at coh ssHment, dbIa.pde ning. |
f .oALCOHOLICS A NONYMOUS t wao ar. iadlng thl e bwpill, ,ad.
breft o f Most to lvIson ,Mri ..I ._r empWa even. a 43"..M .

l d an . on labor's participation and sper,- 'tl\.-\,.fxm
i ,-Alcoholism continues to rank among the top four serious ul pDintical nodaI c a mm

ls also difficult t thbe alcoholio rhiIss f amil 2efter
Wleas known to mankind. rectors have. egun to whip their
S. ust why it has been relegated to the outer'darkness of tam- a mIhh n eatt. 10 months 1
stand by both the aoholic lnditdual and thle public before te ft r presidential p ril
.a ard to comprehend, mary. They've drawn up a list of
i7i ion laboranro Speator i and 2 Represo- "
lto reason why t la ttives they nlann beatmp abor's.
lto tolerate orunkenes rather tran moek the ato itan e of opponentsears this purge list
K eipt iycotrtst or-the sobering friendtlp and help of -ut labor inssts it has the right i
j ihbAv otas. to elect its friends and defeat its
tacit. of chronic alcoholism. is plainly evident to all who enemies.
contact with the alcoholic regardetss of Ila (or her) Whimpact of baor's campaign
attempts at concealment, s ( he rpacichevruabo you cmpat
'at p will be anti-tepublican.
U fthe of us who have chosen AA a the way to our con- ,That impact will have pile.du-.
obrxiety. have yet to #d a loved one, friend or employer l.force enet 1.year because the
wouldcenMwe us in any way because of our af filiati on with an0 ,e ',. ta, Teae foCro q /
.As.a.- ,tt,- of fact, they have sincerely and honestly e. aPdleal Ecao be merg -
e so-called friends of our drinking day undoubtedly deride to one "national organization by
kuse they have lost an excellent source of free drinks, free ,at tie A rady James L. Mc-
loan., that turned out to be outright gifts. .Devil.Ja FL o otical director, and
am tiing i mysterious orgarlsatlon. AAt Is an open Jackkr PtrC chief, have held
o the alcoholic. The anonymity y strictly rsonal and "eVal "terences-briefing each
,Rig4 i dly observed by the AA group to prevent exploration, ip other on the details of each or.
pms n by ublorved y h Personsp.-ganization.
4.promotion bY uniwrupulous persons. 'Shortly after Dec. 5, when the. ii i
ome a of having a secret pill a complicated for AFL and CIO marged the two po-
I or a srot rules., Others are of thi opinion that we Utical departments winl mer*We i
operatee b remote control on unsuspecti- alcoholcs and run one campaign across e
y kn land, Just how tough an opponent
The truth is that, wehave no drus or .i ti.omdn.ano ne

4 e or gp tt p dmnzstwr. We nave nolst9 us a gs w w a& s1
an we help the ick alcoholic without his (r her) knowledge
4a1ny requests. Ygr help come to us from frantic loved orie
d-employeri. This It hinniaely understandable bi cannot be
awnbsfully accomplished unlesss the,alcoholics themselves want

We charge nothing for our service Inasmuch as helping other
ifeoholIce recover Is an important part 4o our AA program. W
'aekno outside help in the nature of financial aslItance.
-'We are neither crusaders, reformers or prohlbltionists. We
t ~no particular religious belief to expound or Optuse and
rTa little Interest in the smug or self-righteous reformed drunk
,- Ours is a fellowship of sensible men and women; serloum
khen the need arises, humorous whenever and wherever possible,
S 4 call ompassionate and understanding to the alcoholic
eeds us.

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1, &"An %f~ a. .;t thensoi eouuheru anscusc on mfortthe guest who n a sdadort orf or -waet n forms and new de.
fits in ke pt have su e -
its icnsi DT mot hlats ithipeThe decamt dramas of Williams, You have,' vdrdt'd the med. Ut -- "
. Tesnnesee, Ic, exactly one hour to live. Is b.
Scent of another party fund the Are orddly sexy and morbidlytee anyone you'ds like to s Wa with poems she never
Michigan D ocrts withecYes ws the retort noth
than De percent and the New York With characters drenched In a doctors To p1n% for fear the world would
SDemocrat o an estimated 0 dark melancholia,1k
e percent. Ot Erotica under the Old Mag- Doris Day's the Torchiest To e e and know how much
SCombined, these two campaign noia. Monroe is the Scohiest ecred
machines 'have several hundred .i With a Dixieland drawl Gina's the Front orchieat." -Vera Blood Fletcher
machines 6 0s severarry finn
thousand preonet po r t ....
Thousand precinct workers in thou-1 Homosaex-you-all -Harry Tofel -
Ssands of cities and towns, includ- These southern-fred chickadees -Tom DUi, the Chicago news-
ingve La Vegas. lapse into cynical "At *alsh's Steak Hoe," re. easter, whe Interview with
S ypigal of what's been happe Stretches of letches remarkably torts the spot's press-agnt "weHowa..Rshmore (about Reds)
T while the two major parties clma, cure defitions. The ne: I still precde Rushmore's disappear-
Ins while the two major parties % wrre rds tiracheaboutdooor Torforseeal daysdwas
have not even gotten up a party Unburdenig down to the very ast were chatng -about your Tor. n3f for several days was
leaflet, the recent atvity of olicle es you ran a decade ago: warned that he might be next.
the AFLs political league. It as Thir problems umilica and al- When your heart goes trim 7th "They'll be outta breath," Dug-
Sinvaded the south, where it has cohoical. Heaven to 7th place." gin shrieked, "before they can
annouucedt hat it would try to When the agony halts ten eI"
mnorive eset ativets lr arndt d Of this Tennessee Walnz Jan Biat hsai the Torch Is over ---e e
Durham from office b ing 'e nt compuion to rsh when realize tat all y ot rom the N.Y. Times movie
them in t h s primareps. luthendpbuy preryste t he mew Is som ewh a bouta Red s)
them in the primaries, out aend buy a tryst ..o was your appetite. column: "Although Mrs. Ferrer's
'At fifty per hour with some high- -- theme Is somewhat vitated."
he AL group distributed class psychiatric. One of the Taft Hotel gal ele- He means weakened.
folea h'roi-- tri -M ax ew. vator oeators styled, a -A- -
Ual vi t e on W. Bardma, Jr. .e a e ve h t e o- The following is lN a parih
11w shows acavty. i ha sa Iupp you have $w.weekly at Sea Girt, N.J. tled
Iltical rallies. All this has gone on the drama critic, motoring along ups and dos, ha, ha." "Teen-age Commandments":
to give rthe"ir iU eampaing ae lit Broadway, who paused to pick "It's not the upas and downs," I: Stop and think before you
despite the sIumer heat. pi l up a blonde. "I'm a drama r- she groaned. "It's the Jerks.' drink . : Don't let your par;
AtL political MDevi tic," he said. "what do you do?" nts down they brought you up
traveled costantlyior 25 4dy| nI "Nothing," she said, "I Just es. Broadway Newsreel: Intimates . II: Bhe smart! Obey. You'll
Jun-overing ever a from a mental hospital report that Mame Va Dorn ve the orders some day
left behind him a lively titl "Teres oae thing. I've wanted and Ray Anthony will wed in mid- : Ditch dirty thoughts fast or
outfit divided into four are to ask such a per.," said the Nov. . The colyums ean kid it they'll ditch you .. V: Show-off
of 12 states each. Each areas was reviewer "dosuc. ople ever by Ty Power's big romance right driving is juvenile. Don't act your
cut in half and a conference held have chilren?" now is Eva Gabor. Flew back age. .VI: Pick the right friends
in each balf sector. This meant .from Hwood to occupy all her to be picked for a friend .. VII:
eight big regional political parleys ure, e sad eng offsta e . es Del oos a date for a mate ...
ins ll the car), 'if they 49 _t where Courtney has a Large Cruash on VIII Don't go steady unless
Would we get dramatic critics?" Yvonne King of the Singing sis- you're read . IX: Follow the
At each conference, McDevill ters, but Buddy Cole, accom- Mass-not the mass . X: Live
consulted with all national re- Success: Full of Headaches, past for Dietrich, Bin and R. arefuly. The Soul You Save
giona and city leaders in the m- Heartaches and Heelaches. Clooey, may re-marry her Au. May Be Your Own.
mediate region. They discussed .--17th. The 15th ann'y of their wed-
candidates and methods of beat- Bway Confucius: Never mind ding . The Bob Thieles (he's Sign in a boarding house:
or electing them. In l, the the knockers. Gusy who me in chief at Coral Records and she's "Have you prayed for t,
AFL will concentrate on 82 elec- First always have trouble with vocalure Jane Harvey) are bar -
tions. Labor will try to elect 15 those who come i Last. monisug a lullaboy . The rea- Item: "Dagmar makes movie
Democrats to the Senate and de- . ,-son most Vegas places started the debut in 'Don't Gq Near The Wa-
feat 17 Republicans. Of course, Pufflicity: "Between arias,. s minimum. One hotel had 90 tr'."
aB the seats in the House are up Mario Lnza does a great imita- gests and took in only $00. e -
for re-election ti of the 4 Ink Spots-all four est looking chorines and wait.
The conferences at which these of them." resses are working n Vegas. They Bway in July
plans were made were held be- Club owners would like W to .say the new Riviera grossed $800,- There's a Guy from Ghi
tween June and June 29 in sig like Lanza-al one of m 000 in ts first moth and lost A Gal from CaL
Harrisburg, Pa Bostn; Colum- con . It's a boy at Dr's Hosp A buyer from Oler
Ida, S.C.; Birgm aa) Chicago) "Now about that quip you ran for the Sherwood Brooks. Mother A Fellow from Pocatello.
Des Moines; Boise, and Phoenix. when drama critic Nathan was ia cover-gal Dale Clarkson . All here liking for a Ball
No part of the country was left married" memos Sam Hoffman, M Mickey Jelk debunks the But the Street won swing until
uncovered. "alleging the ship's Captain said: rumors that she wil leave him the Fa
The CIO PolltiEal Action Com-_'I now pronounce you pan and . The Frank Farrell were -Nat Cole
mittee, meanwhile, has had wife.' Shouldn't he have said: quietly Las Vegas'd yesterday ...
parleys of its own-mostly devoted 'mean and wife'?" ara and Sylvan Marshall have alDan D a's quote At a fan
to racing funds. oy. ma "Many press agnts h ad
When me labor maehses mesh Critic Nathan's reflections in Es- -- a 'm whe a e word got ut
.next January, they will hit hard quire end with Josh Billings': Tennessee Williams' remarkable that a u character kWe me -B.
on two issues. The labor people "It is the little bits of things that remark in "Cat on a Hot Tin Jmed MSaroses. One of them
will make much of the polo vac- fret and worry and disconcert us; Roof": You can be young without tol : e'l tell the pu
cine situation and char t we can dode an elephant, but mobe but you can't be old wiith. =o r lle. That ag a aIt e
administration "play politicswe can't a o." out it! motive to Bt
with children' lives" and snat---- I .wl roses."
ued the distribution of the Salk Lionel Hampton assumes that Moder Pet The w thilly?
vaccine. ione movie critic will give "Naked She joined the school of modern -
Amazon" 4 Stares. verse Sha n Bolin of "Damn Yen.
And hey will make an issue of -I And penned sophisticated lines. la tis tmunelto. Me:
the new law in Wiseensin which At the elegant Concord Hotel, She played on words coneise aad "Ie't adi md drive." To Wo
prohibits unions from donating prop. Phil Greenwald told .bout terse, me: ".t drik a pit"
money r anything of value to a
cuoute or party. The labor
leaders wil.wam tir people that
laws which may put labor st of
One thing is uncertaln-it is not
yet sure that the AFL leaders will
throw the ,ana ml AFL headqaR-
tsr into a direct fight.O
President Eisenhower as they
in 1M2. But that won't keep them
from trying to defeat all other
Republican candidates. And they
are are starting early.

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omi ll over public "When t
e .a.4 of -the most .In-state are
t, devopmeatU of this replied
i mloI "tneen .I sh f
f it fine e Democrats, against puboC
a to pull t se Presidents con- inent" t
greani efestefa out of thej 'Just how
mo. It even foud Cong. John RusseU?"
Aig amaso, o. Muassacausetts,I Long also he.
re etin er of te House, made a comnau
Se office of Assistant Dworshak, u
trebient iberman. Adams asunlg The senators,
mm t0 swuiMI a least one hepula- regent nothei1
lica.vep Inde the Rules Lto the Idaho Power!
mieM., |tinued Morse. (
Wh.ut happened was that the'stand against p
liuaeiqe nmite s 6 to let me get the
I S-S n Ue ppsaect to tee floor fLa
that ve ryknraent finance v ery senator
oN Sfr public housing. mis . P.In fl
was M -h power man toe o5tane.w e s I NO, stiue
Sfigu.renP aom a Dy l oSenate, out m tM tu- .t
even so' E ,eianower's Itepuol-! He referred toej
cans in we flea tommtt a,,.I ; Long says he 1
Duworshak, but t0
I Oregon Republio a,.. .
Since'the Rules Committee haswsa in the "SaIs .
Ilte-ameuoato power. to ootue up'nowvbeen rebuff b"
legaUlatO, tis tie vote me ,l of Oregon wno...o -.
s ae unly .public housing out Neuberger perly m
about llp0,OU.lW ior fHA omld. Neuberger's strong. iimtan
Jag oomsuuin'joans was stopped Can. 0on1_1b*rp '
cod in commI ttee. Naturauwy uws NG. ; R ussl M
aroused howl I rom toe real- the big utiity comal
estate by which very mucn ious other umes, _o
wanis money for &HA out does a battle over Din-Yate




want even one of the public hous-
ing unus reeommenueu oj y e. Mailbag-
GOP-er Gibes GOP-er A. L., Raleigh, N. C. -CGordon
IGray, the nel assistant smmetary
Among the GOP congressmen of defense, though serving as a
who oppose. their Cmei m the Democrat under kal 'fluman,
Waite nouse were Leo Ahan ui supported ElsonhowethL the last
Illinois, former rules chairman; election. His Winston-Salem news.
and henry Latasm oz New orx, papers came out for t1seqhower.
wao as ueen considered a a po- --
tentain canuadate lor mayor of, W. L., Bridgeport, Com
New Yorac or even governor. .
brace puouc housing is a not issue Former Sen. Bill Benton of' Con-
In new York City, Latham a vote necticut has never been a Repub
-was a big surprise. bo aiso was ican. Though *regbtee ft a
| Le Aden s. time as an Inde t, ted
S"Of course Leo will vote for for Democratic prese can-
public housing," gibed his tepuD- didates in every eleetiAt rom Al
dedan coleague, u arence srown Smith on. He did contr ibul to the
of Ohio. "Leo's become a New congressional campaign' Clare
I Dealer. He goes down to the Wmte Boothe Luce in 1948. A Bipubli-
Hous 'and comes back to vote tme'can, Mrs. Luce was an oldfrlend.
way they want, mm to.' ... .G. F., New York Cy--The
rlown s kidding was partly aim. chief members of Elianhower's
ed at keepMg Aien rom switcn- golfing cabinet are- Gqe. Lucius
ing his vote. irown used to e Bob Clay, former U. S. commander in
laitsa campaign manager, but, Germany, now head of Continental
even so, voted against 'laft as pub- can; Bill 'Robinson, former gen-
lic housing bill. -eral manager of the New York
"I told Trat," he said, "By God, Herald Tribune, now president of
when you go socialistic, 111 vote Coca-Cola; Alton Jones, head .5f
against you, even if I am pushing I Cities Service; Sidney Weinberg,
you for president." !head of the giant investment firm
I t was Just before this deadlock'of Goldman, Sachs; and James
occurred that alert john Mc-IBlack, vice president of Republic
Cormack, who knows in advance, Steel... .T. S., Shawnee, Okla.-
how crucial votes are going to Bill Doenges, an alleged Demo-
1stack Up, phoned the White house1 crat, has denied that he will pull
and tries to warn Sherman Adams Ian "Ed Moore" and run as a Re-
what was happening. publican against aSen. M a Mon-
Srone next year. However -mong
However, he could not get lea Demordts, incl"diGov
Adams on the phbne. Later Mc- ernor Gary of Oklahoma and
Cormack called' back, but stU Democratic national committee
could not reach Adams. Me- advisers in Washinjton, Doenges
Cormack was trying to save the is still considered a "Trjan
President's own housing bill, but Horse Democrat." They don't trust
even so Adams never called him. him. This does not apply to his
However, one of Adams' assist- old friend, Sen. Bob Kerr, who
ants took the call and did get busy. used him as a stalking horse at
Ever since then, the White the Democratic convention at
House has been moving heaven Chicago in 1052.
and earth to change at least one
Republican vote to unblock the ot Stuffed Rolls
housing bill inside the House Rules O TuTed Kolls
o s.umtee. For Quick Meal
Russell Leps Bottles
Lia, CHICAGO (UP) Hot stuffed
Sen. Russell Long, of Louisiana, pic rolls make a wonderful-meal
whose daddy, the late Kingfish, indoors or out. They're espaelalv
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'dd more to build bridges and'recommended for the housewife
highways and to buck the big who is working or away from
I utilities in Louisiana than any one home for part of each day,-for
man in years, conUnues to play they can be prepared easily and
ball with the public utilities. retsigesated fos later heating, ei-
Efforts by Sen. Lyndon John- other in the oven or on the out-
son before he became sick plus door grill.
the persuasion of many other sen The buns are frankfurter or ham.-
ators have failed to budge the burger buns which have been
young senator from Louisiana re- spread with a mixture of butter or
gard Hels Canyon, the one re- margarine. The filling is a zesty
maXing big dam site still unbar- hamburger and cheese mixture.
nessedit the U.S.A. Long wants For S rolls, brown a pound of ham.
to hand it over to the Idaho burger, a chopped onit, a'4t
powerr Company. cup chopped green pepper ad
Tib other day Sen. Wayne cup of eeery. Add cup otfat-
Merse of Oregon, indefatigable sup, salt, pepper, 1 tablesoes
battler for Hells Canyon as a pub. Worcestershire sauce and 1 eu#
ie *L er project, cornered us-, shredded vintage cheese. COk
sell 1 and asked him why he | slowly for 10 minutes. The mixture
e *s let Hells Canyon even s asir to spread in the buns '
geFtt of the Senate Interior Com- It is chilled first.


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By GAILE UGAS concerning the syntheties. B u t
much of it has come from erperi.
NEWYORK (NEA) -Fabric mentation with the classics and
uses are not what they used to the notation that wool could be
be. Wool in the summer, cotton in sheer and light and cotton bulky
the wipter, corduroy for dinner iand warm.
and dancing. Altogether, old i-I Corduroy is characterized by
tiOne,. at., warmth and weight ensemble look. In bathing suit.,
have b rivened. lighter weights retain this quall'
Son of dils has been the neun ty but lend themselves readily to
trial lopsbopt of discoveries made fine tailoring. Designers use cor-

RamoOqpposed Spaniards Who Tri

To Ikel i aY Bill Appeal Sentences,
WASINGTON July 19 (UP) -
Speaker Sam Rayburn said yes-
terday he is "violently opposed
to President Eisenhower's n i h- A New York Times dispatch by
way financing proposals. He add- Camile Cianfarra out of Madrid
ed his interest in road building has indicated the government of
will vanish if the House approves Spain has increased the sentence
the plan of 21 Spaniards convicted last
The. Texas Democrat told re- November of having attempted to
porters people who use the high- organize a Masonic lodge.
ways should help pay for them
and other automotive taxes as Freemasonry is outlawed in
proposed by. the Democratic-con- Spain because the Franco regime
troled House Public Works Com- regards it as subversive action.
mittee According to so inm e Spaniards,
Calling the measure there have been no Masonic lodg.
a ,"v.y god't s gd es in Spain since 1938.
it RAudA be i t-.,.We
Passed without it The 21. convicted Spaniards had
nd I think it should be done the been convicted Nov. 22 to 12 to 20
way the committee suggested." years in prison. In rejecting their
Mr. Eisenhower riginally called appeals, the Government added
for a 10 year 19 billion doar def- two to six years to the original
eral-state road program financial sentences.
in part by a 21 biluon dollar fed-
eral bond issue. He anticipated The dependents, who. with one
state and local governments would exception, had been released on
spend enough more for highways "conditional liberty" p e n d in g
to bring the 10lyear total to 101 their appeals, were taken into cus-
billion dollars. Lory between June 24 and 26.

duroy in combination with plain,
tweedy and printed cottons for the
an off. white is designer's choice
It dries off rapidly and in play-
clothes, It offers light-weight pro-
tection from sun and breezes.
Corduroy in fine pinwale and
an off white is designer's cloice
for evening wear. This means din-
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generals and three members of
the Falange Party, including Jo-
se Antonio Elola Olaso, head of
the party's youth front. All were
appointed by Generalissimo Fran-
cisco Franco, chief of state.
Spanish sources said that on
the day of the trial lawyers were
not permitted to enter the court-
room to defend the prisoners.
These sources added that the trial
was secret and that attempts to
submit evidence in behalf of the
deh danta failed.
Another appeal was said to be
awaiting action by the government
in the case of a former Freema-
son who is serving a 12-year sen-
tence. The case as given by Span-
lards is as follows:
Pedro Carrera Rey, 46-year-old
photo-engraver, fled to Bordeaux,
France, during the civil war. In
10~1 tha e annn.ih oanvrnment an-

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The Public Works group scuttled Eighteen of the men were ar- litical amnesty to all exiles who
thi President's proposal in favor rested in Barcelona, and two out. had not perpetrated co m m o n
of a Democratic substitutes call- ers-Enrique Bayona and Julio crimes.
ing for a 11-year $48,500,000,0 00 Ltamacares i'ernanoez, an Ma-
road lan. It also voted to levy drid. Enrique Ramon Romero is On Jan. 9, M951, Senor Carrera
3L2 bil dollars in newt axes on already serving an 18-year se an- Rey requested and obtained from
highway uses over the next 15 tence. the Spanish Consulate in Bor-
years to help pay for the program. deauz a safe conduct to rejoin
House Republican leader Jo- According to well informed his family in Barcelona. W hen
seph W. Martin Jr., said Sunday Spaniards, defense lawyers c o n. the exile explained to the con-
however, he will try to revive the Ltnaeu m the appeal mat We ver- sular officials that he had once
President's Blan when the issue been a Freemason but that not for
reaches .the House floor. dict should be reversed because many years, he was assured that
r _n the manner in which the trial had under the terms of the amnesty
been conducted constituted a vio- he would not be prosecutted.
.iian, nation of the juridical guarantees
9mtW and procedure embodied in the On his arrival in Barcelona ear-
i Spanish penal code. ly in 1951 Senor Carrera Rey was
Arrested, tried and convicted. For
TASTY CARROT AND WALNUT The November trial was held the last four years he has been
SANDWICHES ARE PICNIC HIT before the Tribunal for the Re- serving his sentence in the Alcas-
pression of Freemasonry a n d da de Henares prison, 18 miles
D By GAYNOR MADDOX Communism. The judges were two from Madrid.

Here's an unusually healthful
and pleasant sandwich filling. We
heard about in California.
Cansrot Sadwich -Fillng
(akes ijag for .sadwlehes)
One cup finely shredded raw
western carrOts, % cup chopped
walnuts, 2 taxspom lemon juice,
3 tablespoon mayonalse, t tea-
Combine. Spread between butter-
ed slices of whole wheat bread.
For the J:aac-yard picnic, her's
a good, coleT. The.ban i.. root
beer soft drink.powder. Fruit and
water are added. Youngsters winl

Rot Beer Old.Fashmmnds
(Makes 2 quarts or 16 servIngs)
One package root beer soft-drink
powder, 1 CiP sugar, water and
scd cubes to nake 2 quarts, 8 or-
ange slices, cut in halves, .16
pineaspL chunk.. 1i maraschino
che I
Cobte asonftd* powder, s
*r an water aat;e cubes.R.

place aW .Oage.i.s a pian
chunk and a ehwoy e each
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To sum columbia's "TIB fVOLENT W,1 1taifl9
Olen ngrd, B rbe tanw m and Edwai Rot.m
sanutf tomorrow, n le at TheaiaI "
ued 4or atslf-aemwtur roue a omer ral o old
they Bbea aipa.d the Ban If sailns gh al from Englnd.
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length, little wraps and full-length

This summer, there's a whole
group of .beach and playelothes
in sun yellow trimmed in gold
braid and buttons. And short or
three-quarter length coats come
in a range of vivid colors from
pick to brown, just right for mid-
seoso0 wear.


When a large group la having
dinner at the same $Abl at &
club or restaurant, It la necess5
ry to wait to begin eating only
until those closest to you are
served. Etiquette doesn't demand
that those who are served first
must wait until everyone at the
table sla served.
Their food would be pretty
cold and unappetizing at a ta-
ble of 25 diners.

Argentine Movies
Called 'Mediocre'
-Argentine motion p i tures
have become "positively medio-
cre" and have lost most of their
market In the Americas, new
Press and Publicity Secretary
Leon Bouche told local produc-
Bouche said no state in the
world gave as much aid to its
movie Industry as Argentina, but
the Industry was returned "ab-
solutely -nothing."
"We did not expect that for-
eign companies had to come
here to film the story of the
pampa and the Gaucho, as hap-
pened a short time ago," Bouche
said. He was referring to RKO's
"The Way of a Gaucho," star-
ring Rory Calhoun *asd Gene

Any foreign picture exhiLited
in local theaters ia a box-office
'draw, while local films attract
much smaller audiences, Bouche

Evergreen Club
Sponsors Atlantic
Flower Classes
Plan.are being formulated by
the Pacifio vergroen Garden
Club topo, a a flower ar-
angem slam on-n the Atlantic
8ide o the Iethmusa under the
direction of itr. Pat Morgan.

Raetly la committee was
rtfr4mfl6po~eed of the .follc.w-
lag 1.9 who will be in charge
I the entalment of members of
the coilukmlty who might be in-
terested in ls course of study.
a ftuley, Crtobal 1864;
Mrs. G. Fofde, Colon 699; Mrs.
C. Bryan, Colon 154; Mrs. L.
Grant, Colon 1067; Mrs. L. Blake,
Colt 119; MIt. .'"Baquie, Co-
lsn 7'W5- a d Mrs L. Edwards.
Thee clasea are free of
ChUrp and will last for a period
Of ap lm atey six weeks.

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It aTf-hiad the South cards ihn
today -hand, which would you
rather' iSd it the head of your
club- the king or the ace? Nat.
uracl' you'd rather have an ace
than king, but the actual de-
clarer would debate the point with
When the hand was played, West
opened a low diamond, East put
up thBe..een, and South won with
the aee. Declarer drew three
rounds of trumps, ending in the
dummy and led the queen of clubs
for a nflose. South couldn't have
made this serious error if he had
held the king of clubs rather than
the ace.

West won with the king of clubs
and shifted to a heart. Dummy had
to take the ace, and now South,
who would have to sacrifice his
club ten to enter the dummy, had
only two club tricks instead of
three. Naturally South tried to re-
cover, by taking the ace of clubs
and running his two remaining
trumps. Nobody was squeezed,
however, and South had to lose two
diamonds at the end when the
clubs failed to break;

South made his mistake, as we
noticed, when be led the queen of
clubs from the dummy. He should
have led a low club for a finesse
of the ten. This would lose to the
king, of course, and then South
would have three club tricks (with
the ace, jack, and queen) instead
of only two. Even if the finesse
won, South would continue with
the age of clubs and then a low
club, thus making sure of three
tricks in the suit. South couldnM
have misplayed this hand if his
clubs had been K-10-4. After draw-
ing trumps, he would have led the
king or ten of clubs, making sure
of three tricks in the suit L t was
the e e ofclubs that led him Into

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ito confined his activities to forum.
- programsm. He developed and
rfeted "The American Foram"
"Youth Wants to Know." But
D the comic who wants to play
S mlet, the forum producer wants
S go dramatic, too. So Granik
a worked out three dramatic
pr which he hopes to get
radio and-or TV by the end of
he summer.
There's a comedy series called
f'Backstage at the Beauty Parlor" Ea l Talbot .
yhich sounds like it could be per.i
enasent. And there's a series based
armoned Chandler's detective have to work for a direct I
stores. And there's a molodra-i ca' aspect. 'There's a shortage
iatic one called "Human Side of of geod dhreete."
few York." All three are definitely The director's work. as. errer
D the works. describes it, is like that of a con.
tractor. He draws the analogy
CU&.TV hire.-- l .."pd-tl further a playwright i like an
erie, 1to Sl -9t 111l, architect.
7e rkUM tadvi s. the clouds 1but s feelat inthe
2heeag4ed "Joe. amd 1ab11H d mud,' he .ays. "The playwrht,
e the tal"e, A1 like the architect, never nets
a5dsu hands dirty. The dire the
ybsohe.Tey Wcontractor, has to say, t look:
.k pre y, but it needs more cemen
g a-ag, arm. or it:1 fall down.' "
-- Ultwtia Ferrer hey, o will
"Bow d -that muidor eve tX .l a p y. "Act.
asked Abse- Ferrer, wt i mske believe and that's
thing I've ever ..uone," or young people. I feel my years
He was referring to the as an actor are definitely num.
md that has sprung up around hs bered."
rented head the legend that he He'll sati keep usy produc-
eps about a dozen proocts go- ing, directing an scotching ru-
ng at once and is the busiest man morse.
Mist of Davy Crockett.
Michael O'Sha's face may be ,

1: In fishing for p husband,
Isrl, it is very Important to dis-
nquish between a nibble and a

"I only do one thing at a time,"
'error said. "Like now. The only
tMing I'm actively working on is
Movie called 'Matador,' from
Baraaby Conrad book. I'll pro.
duce it. direct It and star in it."
- 0d that s the Ferret idea of
-se thing at a time.
'TFH be the bull-flghter that
I. iff I-Ie tkte off ome el ats

M "The Bhrhike," in which he di-
rected himself a Jwue Allyson. I
Tfl bi eaies "th Ielt adult, most
advanced thing I've ever done," I
which is quite as endorsement be.
cause nobody has ever called him
p juvenile or reactionary.
"The Shrike" was his first taste,
of film directing, and he's comeI
to the conclusion that it's more
fun than Itage directing. Also that!
utage acting In more fun than film
aIng. Als that both directing and
(eting in a movie automatically
lurts a person's work as either.
"It mut hurt It," he m.
"WIkh raTkenm tie quesam-owhyl
I do, be toahle t I know
fl ow vd I We true
I have *hard t me tadg a
director whol hep qup was my
brain. V I'm Jt an aeor, I ,

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thus. The str of NBC TV's
"Its a Great 1U started out
to be a detect* bet was told
that he wew Trw 'be able
shadow any .-e. '
'They toldM e, "r-hea says,
"that people -toM, ahslays re-
member this M ef l4'rmine.
I can be in pl W but I've
get a fancy face.
The American Theater Wing is
offering 12 scholarships to young
professional and well- grounded
non professional actors, singers
anl dancers. Contact the Wing at
351 West 48th Street, New York
19, N.Y., for details.
jams al u. iws tehe.ii.
etary ages Of f's
Jerry Bater: the Saints
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A sl e Calf., transit system Is halted by a strike? That's the
attitude taken by Zola Siegel left, as b* pogo-sticks it to work
during the recent transit walkout. j traaded commuters Yelta
Beeman, center, and Sara Indicks look on 1 amazement.
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wa! a H, uu ,o ,fbju-I de-.u. ,.J I -3 ha ameiga. g ,rE'
mr cea ae to velvet. the Canal o wrn c h t at srt,D A i. ta hha- Diablo. esrer iht .tt-IBa M 't
l ta ti m in the.. .' ld L a
CSSorosr SD lm aB. of tha TIrS Glit .'M nf OptioB Cb e ,i ed Na r da lm In h t a t t
.Yc Ste Ne_ wl7,a .e o uram. h lada, hi

wold presDaied to Mis MrL. Roeet J. Mtw r/ght at D l viyClll In llSt e o ther Thlll!.tr. fth. lre rn t ,. .- .t. She 1a Ites Md '
LoC iruaV : d Mbors. aD6 1 rke rSsravCatons d I of C l xRte V. of. has a dag s helamey on aw a e Mlfay ofp her minr to get dowi
GYobgs "rs Cit uCd ro M rs Kay f othedinnw. Brlce, all o hie s, tsea r. drnluia AW lessb. On, Oue e Ojaora e ll- S
ICro8 llMi.A U Gsowye, M -. .Be. -- Th BwtBm on 3a t 9:30 oiu-md ftt'w E M Iklitet-9 f B Wa Lak. n*t alnet hanteto
ju e tr Stemr New Canal Ex l 'loek. the vprogm. w ithhe dan in P o and b-- ~ttt. I
Bme. Ztl*.s e Mrs. HCSpnl d atthe ---- one of aallet a gmse d aer s stler hancererstl hisaroles and ke I
B ,r MrsfD; vid G at:th Lt. i v. udbres.GHeran W. o Cub n oed their prle l frof m the arm gw1itt to1 her h itt. She of Fynlike.. r .^ " el s
5k.soby Mr. D 1d.Schuil, Ji. and Col. and Mr s. deMr. J e f hM wre M. ad M Geore up hrr meao to got dlwn
Mr s C K. Cro, Mr..iCharle a 0. Brace. .m f whom i Am eriMa i t h er
BSSrASway M r s. MGai Tur a aewac eone r d Othe a o a r. Realfo de bLeo yr Dnorgen from e Rin s toa nc la o A
Mr. e a t C ee.u Mr, H r were guests of honor at a r.entd .r. Mna i rIl_ to her Panc.y Pr e at Msin pr blet uol i lae Ca hlr e pash all as Ml y
M3s dl r. "ogr d; ine--er dy b m O ytemr e afrw esth Jt as, Mr par. hMt '-he eto p ali ma ver e 1 osa- le ha d dnca m b the nav t
B W rg oL and 3lci, o Mr .s HR o ( t U c rd. .i C--n M r u eeal et Se h e kt l tter l m W tWo
Brosea S. bi rgluery, Mr. teir "- i "yh" "wh enleyed M air ro les fn radt d eoa oafet h s a? l d. a rti ofaoha je w "0m aAt o liicy b A I
DrIist e br. t i G r eu lm onues m t rn e o sod irvea, He w hadr m r ecordlIesa n a d A m en 't in-enr t le on e, IIne
Mhe. 'a e Ne w -wer e r. Can as G eortgeW.. .l... r a me ri. he in ed b aliet Theater dp- sl

Mlrs Edw rlrw. I ,Mrs. G.oe V... p cAre e krMM raondal ,r8.Henrye dancerMhsat e u e hreve er m il"w t
t C rere wern aD Gbertdle
r,. Walter over, Mr. ad da Ann and Lynn r M r e n J Cr htth ballet not only mad a tremendous en fown by Bra-
La n ueAdl Mrs Marion Lu- rvediyeterday fW Oyter n Ma r.h en n. hteor. v. a t th Metropoltan Opera house but It made a ie of the banio f tr1 ainaAirway over
Mr. L s.er dM oy New Ysorko a vistpwith Mr. Mr. J. D. MiteS-on and Mr. unknown. h t i t ete sa
Oaw.o; .e'- s sto a n bother -n d iJs.st "aio Fanc Fre alarmta b aned d, oirastialr etleleost an nn
7t Maswoa .T.r di n aome, oe u. oe fg ih. n0ed* Ine iO m ity to lr t d in Loo

/ a. Ca in C.ark De erMen m. M h, f rbtoan oa u h m e rof the n l d in pillar o wa a ou b
Ch skf rtsOeereer. U n.I B th .eens a. lanes W ewonm4er0u was. hae l d dienr.m e o b er n t rst in t a erase id aimne.
"" tiao e.o" M o iet no r an alZo e0b D1rAr

J a onrs gu s e a lre x writhe nolog ht clab entneaS a Between ballet 5 a veryialoomap-he a rir ne altotalcofrded -
ae daX4rterec axobe artmis the tOlf of M .henry o. Tr D a i2 revebue pasen mile In
e acI.in._ is arriedie o elba u e ightm eanertbed ,tdhe puesi dae Fs. r Mile F irShe wa In ere ,Mtho c p rditr

aTre mu .ry o h umphrey d nts uI.J s wunen theo ptrio- Cfarlo ynnae w t .louryea. I Tnle loB lt l t1n30cl t|o
eg pfrersoe wer m phem somed and in-od otntoo has rred in one of# the motio. e d balterrilna tiva f#roe 12g,29 s pMar a.- alel
S -I p- 6 d ae res sMtroduced two m t rn t memb o d dae Ca.i.H aplaers thI L rc laud her fr the p th esa e tor
Iil .- TiYe Dtroni Wste co nc r ina n tr ee prurito ofher er sicalstyle." t hs e year. as orm n e l
rakes n Tax oncesserions i N tlhn -Or.trdrn flw- l ta19.-
to-Hu e mad.te .ae.- od M.em1 M sbers o ,enn M seel. e e wpr
SndtoIard6 Ms s r e O t.f d Defense aiiteIin. Cer Medamessi. anm d Mrs cetitd d aye, 194.yhdewide,

MY.. P .A S0UHWC lK theerIt. ee .u llee r d S h t. Vir' i0.- th p eassner load factor In
' opr subc o* tomo he 1090t doaMe : 30r ble urren. th edyLa er. M. San T n e F R E Ni h teAAor

Cou ss,. Vi in Gevow may bi e s written of for i Hncom e hoe ar f Vir- ft tf An a
Wo ckazQTOIO July 19 (UP) tax purpoeset in 5 years intcad haiid, est he lcl iTtuIM k II WEWM te i are was 9. per
-T S Secretary eGorge 1 e 'of the nomail 20. e P amera u Mr. ene er l p Lmof uJU e l OiE cent o ar
FI rN e ":$p d Congress to- chree d Ccel .atdr a rotheirit The airline gala recorded ap-
un ifr Thn acrMelera.edm taxtwrite-ourAmea Conaae8 Gaenerals oy ls y eare.,

ay ? f Mrt emergencyc tax oft an artificial timulu oe t Coon ewh gayrstbl, a v rya CtO pInf orn
nTor. rivepttalkobso l.MThea.Purpeoeesooneor-th e cpson.0r,11aWtr12=3- pam,
Itcodacem rsoa.s saly to Industry a dan geroaes type," he said. American Consulate andi rne- KRUM pre'lande toIne helson mall.ex
len PM rs.MstardInn the way of "Itn indetrniee continuance t- o ions "r er t."W nh h n art'l o mea.red
uue e general tax rede- vlv the very real danger that During the course of talk, A w th me w
k -i.nc- -t- -f tl M-own R hncreas Dhollse o taci
Mrs.EdwarsaBarlo M G .Ae WereMr.andMr s.Georgeld Me-r, H0JR ,the pVen rdodt.110111414.

re M.o n deM r.theu y Mf o-hI Atr y Ovsr8sqhgmerepress E5 dtoied44 a
in .Mrs. Marguew nt e -, dert By, '. -' from 451n ,Il ,,jSyiU, to -,
ft..r-s. Thelm abe wriitte Mr.cann C oItoofirstseason..Hewasone_ f the four.^ AT Awn... 3cho s thLeL y ear wh 1.l per1 -
5. Rob Mr. G.tMr. &q4 MrsecLetary sid i--u d &m"wwm," ',DP n I

lt a, aesa L. e rsw r n o l e nt 8 ar.I aser.I

forp aW- heae thep FINthST EUROP IAN CRet no lATSlMd aS ytre.meduspstner sai e u aflotn by Bra
"br s.Mig arion Dosuwipepmyt g he ase elo avroiat r be happy to give STRIKINGL "Nt t e the lr th ye rwee -
endaI t xes repealN a Am ericandsIt s onr J. bl n .. ... . ,nd .... .... 3n0. -f Int crease of .74 p ver cent
the natp seopnal debt. e ,the Atlantic side conceriykg reg- from the 191,946 ton miles flown
The administration's final de- itratitnal. C durIn May, 119 5 nM.
Humphrev made- n the tate- cislon fe saido wiul be made aft Members attending the meeting: wa ae a
m ent to a House government er the Office of Defense Mobl were um tedi cou: Jame W ais a ,. T e th I t rla g et

operacoesu b CownhIttold a tin completes Itl current Henry G. Tryner, Robert Mlcek. Ths wfhs b aim sp- trafi *
rur meeMrartntingr iy Geneva nor e msaid s ne program wilnu re- Howell Wynne, Albert Wider, n t r pner iesI

di ft hM.a a gdusr.s asJ.J sugt n a revenue ls to th e prs i Chnwst. mChadd Peter ScberMli.andsky, I
when trnr hUg i defense el-t Trea eu ry of about 880 mIllion Loren M GersNct, D. e. GrIe r, r , " A t
tas ms.ay beRYredue. dol s .e, ao sm Phlipr Mis re en -JUAN FPALOMERAS *
.He aa. t.e .eople of the of thn will be made up by In- pach. T ..
ewordaiin aSe ed ie too much ceased business activity and The Anext regular meeting w.ilt It enuelon r be or-
tat d y. lete." any e tfa:io m reaedl.W eom.Tt.a xrt.n o u the prat te o me Mersd. IS Jere 9e W,-
Tre wwwwr ip(y os a 8d pre s ideormatlan tw eslcadanal nthewayinoneof Anyos new. o anernt .thper e
tHuhbrY t 6 m b a sharp future moe general tax redob- Zone from the Unied States may n se ow_ t -71 th -
te PrI.mfdions.for adistaapaonsh be oeamtemb.e bycontcig d__,_.__ss_
Brakrey deOfaTe onceto ions,,ade Ctlu nemenRs rethendilthe seeMoreflatvorin. .RENCH&d

Mrus rn et about en hur iy ofoDe ac a.hr.mnh cmnt m arewi
Sde ote mLnt.iO wTHWIC st u c a argt e pfenser.citg t ofe LsW .d n ofless.thantwoyearsde

_o _r ______i_______ n ever pryam wl e- o Wyue, Ab W ( e drop?
radical"Uit ten off iniomet T is. a. neurser foedVirgi- children e nelh d faco I n
ddJuly19(UP)taxOui n revesinu5yearsosttheadniahas.ghestsofetherchlub.Maysthisearwase59b"8rper

weouldfthorpal autiton th of thio f Co ronal upu byt nen tetie
ITome, taxes rnu a Cyonoring Gnr of cent M
lower nno dICngrstom c Thea erateuds ta x erte ad Mvityho Sa ved aneerytn sar s lhehrlise meelttre wap
ony e detfrg lnc tLa. nro eanx painfalsthters. t'the he o urs esof The. 'ma x
hsuA bluoe rlElyio Iletry"!angerouso en," he r a have areriv ed David J. Ignaa0.
losen,-ministranio n thenwtheowyAny-"Itsnrefinite ontinuanc
'fHutur mre enra ta frm vpdr tur Veryoreiealrngrta tratlw in for

s. Ifho menhast ud-t sp he courseaendong aevis wlk,-it ethh r.oand Daviodstyea

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PRFS NFORSALE: Simmes double OF O "SALt 19i c Ci
spring with be*st qauioy coee ueed s Wlr.W t I4
Canal z.one D0 W ele a-e mtrois $25. PPhs Gon eb h igh i n, 4 018-A urn Pen' Ak.Ni Oi,
L 170.
r abpWCCanl FO .A0L -eRlle .So.41 o
D toy DAM W< C.t l-Fo-ic lIral! mld- F-,--anst Is m1,
b Complate deabl thds L.O em. eaner bleok. $520 dewK. ,sanWir Piaep I0d, reu-.
Guarmz-bru. IDining erem Iseo t I.ff, Mederm $57.90 smeLt. SMOOT to t un AMSAND
A J , 1 .l ..r A.. 18I,00, Word PAle Ph 2 4 C
rebSO 36=0. Veuilm uil steel Oldmehlo daler.
u:.."4100, Kktchen elism 94.00. S -h
0. 6 o.0. Cot o -* ale 2.00. V- Soda. ALsta rd- . S. er -s
KVTIREMENTI*I "rl ,,bed, 0 Op,, #0, Now down, SELS S Pet -oath. lIiSCCI~aNWUi.
.U0 SMOOT PAREDES., .ypr e.

Ji JI IDGE UdmonbI CQI N- d w ,i everythinms $365 2-.
ptI IM~ l ( O^lwm, lll d,,I,,. ;.42.12 on iMf. SMOO, $0 .,-
NamWFfPARl L:S.vwe ,lStrong b .36".
__I_ PaaRuiib ___________ _$__20FA;fltt. Chiewea,di, Sate machine $so. in'
F_? W-at l dp lmdripAdeae enotlen at Ice Cram PParl or
.1 f "I. .-. .e la li$sdal 50r Fs 2 FM eaL... L .n 1 "a ..-- I" 'O*fml. 1 C- .& -- a-. _.

Limel ies, transformers. 25-
woalo, IN9-weltr clocks. Call
UItes 1524. Hoes 0422-A
W Vese Apean..
M.FOR SALE.--I modern word-
pfoeSw. r**e, 1. l*p 4blne les-
*.Per Avw e et. 1 sidebelrd; I chandelier -
1 lamp. OwnerM Mlling out cheap
to good buyer. 2242 Rio Abeoe,
hVie ahpala.
Pe -. Shlers Mavem FOR SALE: Cstam mud o
I.2-2451 2-25162 modern uphollteed 1iv11g irom,
Lean RIns 1 blend mhooseny dining room -
R I | bedream, I baby C hoM @R and
PANAMA RIDIMI SCHOOL bothiete. bAllb y lle mo
Riding Juuniog elene deln sth lentc A e I m-
.- oS p.m. Ph. M 279 2 .in ecelent xallCll
or by oppoIntmso. 2739.
FOR SALE: 4-strand tottn
fUrnitur, i.le box. ave., dining
I eom., I bedrom. good cendi-
* Mstohebi. k Bamboo e. 48th Street No. 11. Apart-
m-OfI- I penmt .

rFU SALI:- 11; "Henry J-
4-cylinder, radio. underceated,
very gowd cmndliHen, nt duty
paid. $450. IK $52. CrunMdu.
FOR SAL.--$1450 credit on a
ChIvrolet. OldMmeoile or Buick.
Sell f $1400. Phone 2-3450.
FOR SALIE-1949 Buick Super
4-deer sedbn, Dynellow, radio
and heater. Outstanding condi-
tio.. A cur you'll. be proud to
own, $600. Quarter 2001-C.
Curadml.. Phemo 5153.
FOR SALE:-1952 British M.G.
1500 miles en rebuilt egin.
Excellent mndition. Priled for
quick selo. Call Navy 2649.
FOR SAL.-195t Creuley two-
dooer ede with radio. excellent
running cidition, tires & paint
good, $200. Phoen Curundu

etIN af n. FOR SALE: Attention euto-
o slotusies lo owners: Your last chance f oh-
m n telling brand new, fuetery car.
Can X r 3-4904 somet 199S Fords at *l local
'a' .,e, Without Fries l k.o 15% diMcount.
"batl Trade ies accepted, flaMcingl
hs. vailoble. At Agenoele CA-.
ribateId b msa t in Panam. PIhne 2-472 ..
i 'to .idS Maode a, SA. B a's e Limited autes left. Abe all kinds
S to, ise Madero, S.A. skG *f A- Usd Can *d Imported
Ave...Thetween oSk Used Ti e Irg i prie.
*ve ~e MMAve. Se) Suine Fetor oS 4)* evobts.
Inter-PlaygouMd Basketball, Come fe e. f sdmoMreilon.
7 S lWednesday afternoon in cr-
A Silly Question? t .Ex aahe iEnter-plaground bas-
ketball opened with Margarita

eyul7gY o "ight-year-old Su- Cltbal lea ke theAr ur H
ran Reed's mother asked when measure ot Marge ta b ya 53 to D a
ihe jirl cape Iome with a shin- 20 sore. Both teams started off Dies In N wYork
er yesterday. slow but after the first quarter
A po!ar bear hit me." SusaA Corisbal scored at ease. Sasso
Were r h m and rackins, were high men for News of the death of Arthur
When the girl persisted In the the Cristobal team. and Rankin H. Harvey, former Panama Ca-
'nSver. Mrs. reed checked and washintgh for Margarita with 9 nal construction day eomploye
STound a polar bear had hit the points.land a retired emrioye of the
giftwithatspaw circus. tried Inthe second game of the dav, X Centr Raf llroad0a
t It at a circus. Cristobal used a fst break received by friends ont
n d' -- ------ advantage by downing MLri- Ithimu. He.was 86 years old.
ta 67 to 28. Margaritas five men r.,Harvey died Jue80 a n
Stirred early in the first half and me New York, foowing a
Visiting Russian Cristosl scored with ease !n the brief illness.r
Ssecondhalf. Fvery nopver scoredI Born in Keene, New Hamp-
(Continued ifrom Page Is I'l the aCristobel tne-uo. an hire, he came atothe Isthua
aNebrd scored 12 points' i
evasion referring to the news- for ig otarits. machinist with the nthmienp
A.men. larlMa hargarita dB, ghr e CiCaral Commission. When t he
Alleman replied that it didn't ~f ft pf anal was completed, he was
bother him. Rankin..........1 tranerred to the Mechncl
MatkeAch passed a me- Marshal .. .. .. .. ..0 a, Divalon.
eaat and then commented., "i Mahbal .. ... 2.. ..
ey jithe newsmen) break the Cortigan.... .. 0 0 2 resigned in 1916 and re-
f a they should be kept hillps .* turned to the United StMtes and
afterward to fix them p." was employed by the New York
N e thanked Alleman for the Totals 5 10 7 Ce0 ntral until his retirement in
warm welcome he had received Cristobal "B" sLeda 9
and then said, "Now we ask you Hause .. .. .. .. .. .0 0 M. e o.ta
tohow useverything about utht Hall .. .. .... 4
s o,....... m 1 11 taemberr of the M Zion Lodge,
e added "because of te han .. .. .. .. .. 1 AFLAMof Troy, New Yorkto
awe can't see the cows." alumbo .. 2 2 which he belonged. for 61 years.
e Soviet delegation then Stracklna ..,. 2 18 He was a life member of the
l bed aboard ho e flat-bed Brooks .... .. .. 0 1 12 Canal zone Chapter, No. I of
Sfor the tour Of the farm, the Royal Arch Masons, a mem-
g questions about how Al- Totals 26 1 4 53 ber of the Canal Zone Council
an cultivated and planted of Royal and Select Masters and
crops. Margrta- "A" Lfague held the 50-year pin of that or-
man explaUled that he and, Fraser ........ .. B 1 .i a r a
wife farmed the land alone Newhard .. ...... 0 4 12 Survivin him are hbis'wfe,
the help of a couple of trac- Tobin .. ........ 3 1 1 7 daughter rs. Margart ooft,
s wllford .2 0 1i 4 ol Rome, a sonk Richard A.
The Russians will visit elgt Trimble ..... ..... 2 0 1 4 Harvey of Utica: a sister, Mr
ten "typical" Iowa family- Grace Aldrich, of Keene, New
farm durld their visit. Totals 13 2 8 Hampshire. and a brother, Be-
e tr tto the "tal Cristobal "A" eaue tram Harvey, also of teene;
'twill end July 30. Robinette .. .. .. .. 8 2 8 two randdhildren and ten
S then will ove n Lorences .. i 1 3 3 great-grandohildren.
South Dakota. e Min- Conception .... ..... n 2 Funeral rce were boheld
tlIInDoIS and Michigan Lowe......... 3 0 0 6. July 3. In Rome.
uapg up their journey Mercier ........ 30 1 8
f none2......... 0 u 4, m v OfEnors
Spurpose wa to an.. ....... 3 0 o a omedy O i r
h m-Aman ill d up Hlwthorne .. .. .. 2 3 0 U7SOvy t i J 1i9- 1
S" aot Tracy reported today hpfnaly
0 0 4 has rece lave al ofibteek a
BCi a 0 0 4 Cnclnnat -baker addrnsed ba
le eTotl mistake to the tratr*er's
31 5 67 flee n Cincinnati teAd of Co
9 tl.....r.4..... hlumbus.
S u *riii The postW office delivered it to
l i t..L.. the state treasurer nI. eln*r.
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FOR .JALJ--4awophes., tenor.
Comn with cas end acceerl.ss
eebelt eaditfln. Cell 3-2476

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medim furmelhid i|peniteul mwn. *eee nagihe. '
2 bedpmmje, h, meld- -wat.hood .u C mae Il'sW-uos Ceamer Tl7*
Pas fame 3-4941. a lS 435. uk." Aven.u...s-MarMand D.ms Ie
FOR UIINTE-UImed urn. 3-1877. Crbt 0 did obumntmrle.
furhed 2 -pa 4-me.te so.aam FOR r NNTa Splous,-s.2. |.
mWpertmsnl. ectnte A MAM* an co vemnases.
PhBRA PA CRiTMe. KIS ot Cmle b ach Via Aee. No. -59. Phone
p hone I ls* 'IMed FPcoevenheneso. 2-2411.
FOR RIT..--A*.. t'I n ie .1-he,**F A ,0 em.--, eum eld chalet:
anfld .. constreu ct idine : nI ....4_4. .......

bodrjm,, l vIvin room, bMah,
kitchen. Pueblo Nova. Infer-
motion: Pens 3-0638.

FOR RENT: Apartmnt, ne
kMedMmro round Hfloo, colI-
dependet; ionfurmirhed $60,
fumrnib d $75. The bet you Ran
get for tis price. 43rd Stret
No. 1- 91.

Sat s&f Cmr.& Toloepho
T1empe, Datm 1772.

WILLIAMS' Santa ClaM 1each
2 bden.Hm. Phone Balboa 3050.

2 bodrem., living mrovm, eiMir
room, perch, kitchen, gorqO.
loquir Snmol Lewt SroSt No.
4. Phone 8-2795.

FOR RENT: Completily fur-
nbbed cholai. 3 bedrooms. Jeo
do Fobreoe Avenue. Tolophoe

Ro~aw ': *
FO g t-u.sebd

FOR, MkTilfhr- no borik
- fuunltsd in fu*f hem..
Bekl VIts, 40h.t S tme.4
107. ___ ,,' ".
FOR RENT Fera gud mss
4th J.*W'a. Ne. 7. MNei
kinudle boo.

FOR RINT--Apartment: living
room, bedroom. dining room,
kitchen, bathroom at Rio Abalo.
Phone 2-4764.

FOR RENT:-3-bedroom apart-
ment., living-dining room.'kitch-
on. bathroom, perch. *oroge.
Inquire Via Bllsario Peorras No.
91. Phone 3-5798.

SHelp Wanted

POt SA :.- Choles: 3 lge. WANTED:-Md to scolk. ron
bedrmems. 2 bathe, living nd ad wah. muet hove oieron
dinig .eems large perch end and wash. must have refrenc.
dinltte. am^ u s. rem, he water Address: Ave. useble A. More-
oene*'tioe 14600 meteor of les No. 5. Apt. 1. Phone 3-
land. Phkie 3-4637 from 9-to 5700.
12 and wer 6 p.m.
FOR SALE-M-Du o ro trip, cholet Position Offered
on Via lEspa Ne, 26.
FOR SALE: WMiderfh lot In OPENING for Executive Socreto-
Lai telmiesr, hIlly looted at ry fluent in English and Spanish
Caebem Strait f. 2 2.425 M2. dictation end translation. Roef-
linformtion .etlVE spana No.. erences required. Call telephone
43-34, beside Blle Vitl The- No. 3-4934 ond 3-4935 be-
toer. 7 tween 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.

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Capt. Salvador Palacios of the Salvadorean Army a pleasant trip home Ur O ton of
days of training with the 504th. Captalft Palaclos wal-in charge ofagroupof .1 a lrei
a ftillerymen who trained with the battalion.. 'Looking on are: Lt. ilseo hopez Abar i-(left);
Capt. Alvin Ash, 504th Executive Officer; Lt. Jose Carlos Flores Benitez, and Lt. Arture pMtricio
Parada. (U.S. Army photo)

CHAPLAIT (Co .JW. J. M8 (enter), departing USARCARIB
Chaplain. show tal successor Chaplain 1Col.) H. F. Donovan
leftt, and .tbe ew aasqltant- wRCARIB chaplain, Chaplain
(Lt. Col.) d A. Morden, the bok. which stattesthe policies and
e their new jobs. After three years service here,
es wll .eover as Fifth Army chaplain, with Headquarters
S .. n Chicago.;

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SERVICE TO NAVY RECOGNIZED-At a ceremony held in the office the loigUg o0
ficer, U.S. Naval Station, Codo Solo, 12 etvilan employee -wre reela too tv
Navy Exchange Speaking briefly, Capt. Wm. A. Thor, tmmndlU ofloer,-td t t
employes were responsible for making the Navy Exeuan.e a
morale of vavy personnel and dependents. All preant were awarded
ty-one years of faithful service arerepresented by the E iIngLe l.r t -ot
Sdolyn R. Bruce. 10 years; Elizabeth Motee, 6 years; Dorits reac a, 8 a
Capt. Thorn. (Back row, left to right) Henry J. Douglas, 9 years; t
Henry 8 Williams, 12 years; Peter Riley, 7 years; Irvtn Kennedy, $ yea,

Cristobal-Margarita Council Makes

Report of Independence DayProgram

A financial report on the At- tion; Panama Canal Tarpon
Atlantie side Independence Day Club; Cristobal Council No. 1W9,
celebration has been made by Knights of Columbus; Beta 81g-
the preet of the Cristobal- ma Phi Sorority; U.S. Army, Ca.-
M3arul Civit c Council. Gross ribbedLL
Sted to.$713.53 and U.S. l val Station, coco =l;
oe 5S. A-orce; Caribbean ro-
SlAW uW amount carried for- u Newk
ward t previous years was Radio A"tntleo OerveWria
ff to y the cost of the Naonal, S.A.; TgarOpus,
firewr display, net expenses A.
te sepowrue $531. The A ad r S C
aImomintled forrd for next Llqor Store; Tti B ar, D
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gsistan fo the fallowing in Panama Agentes SOMMy;
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CWP PORTS Sen (t-v. as It na, o 1 all a.n a, . e. 1 srvi I 'o I today t(_btl y. "It-o.u have .rthri .."
- ', ........ .r-uJa 2' v 'rwrbing an, I pn .ad i e-, Monii "1'.-, ca evp y ,u
aTs i....... ... Au. us 201....d .6icg I t g lni sr l "e v Inrc t b H wa ia s i s ..
NTIIEN td o f tI ote i- s a eil. but my teacher, h iramr"N ow. waterfall etc. mad warnsf:

I, b Ahe d e deeY,.i Ie ad u orris e t el ou th e W e iy be
.......... V.........Auu st I am, atre ,ts 8i vat er aas pretsi te d to_ Hi'l. U arod .me he 11 a hPal' he r 8 where ion tlW. hYar

ChO DOM e Fore could ti stretion, originally planed for the aseae alf Irish, half Hawaiian Mor- diamond, lady. On o your cliff
.'T "-_ ',._-, te" p"ding ekmu ctio. .o e a. on alas u d. W S other l awa ted va or onis,t a i
MOLLAND. M I .A LI' venial lchin ,- I extremely PAu O f 1 .n1arhe .a m COP CU .. -that is. w The students howl.
SPiodift de bdFingers must be held together

Ju ly M' on the plan. Sah Y ael in other s ll.AD be le gpy about thed0 t. you have arthritis
resembling the e de erou. The double a ati is the basic hula Tias fellow Morris" theln yeako
STl t "more eeVt teu" th e oplan. rcOwin tetaid the design for he movement that mapropes arespie sin this lrossuble a" busmoun-
SThe subco voted unaowing. chapend which n original chrm Monroe look like whe' dtanwding darned if aome of thP big business
.. .... try A 0. jmu1mt, signed the academyy, ,. se walk up the.Detroit- eatche* Moriri' eye and

__ _. ;_ _r. te i o a- f rther drew the louill. Te hand the lul." be stops. everything to tell her:
he-re on te ay fdls ti tr t one credit amot f. g hula dancing but darned if I kpouniw start shalg heir hips litake Mif that
h we wis g Me.e .-F.o;.ecoul ;d. eo ". it etWon. originally planned for the ade.- f Irish., half. Hawaiian Mor- diamond.lady. Ono your Califfs

a or items th Houe religious edi it needs a all what the double ami tells except sky n-over girls. Oe again

Smeuly W di l- further draw the loudest protests. be Istll. The hand tell i story in tycoomo rrow no others nd't
hearings a de I funds thetlatone.wagred.As '. r t hula dancing but darned if I kow start shiJung thir hips lk ..
'laInd other itemsll t House relg lu e'loice, it needs all the what the double ami tells except sky oun.lover gtrls. Onoe again
knocked out. But t dads not time we can give it," he said. your ago. Morris warns:
IT CO MPAY It's a side dteoin hip-rotat- "Tomorrow no diamonds aid
ng m movement n L general no-girdles."
SH e DelaWm M alI I idea is to keep your "pu" (tum- Tomorrow there may be oe
ihe Fleet sOUse rP SS es ei meaSUre my) .i rhythm-with ydur "okole" Johaes, either.
which is IIawa an for derriere. I Oh my achin' sacroiliac.
SArriv s that I have so -
'"Cri.taba f"Im t Secuei mucrIh and Us e g Be a !1lo. 'Movie dl after party: "rThe
C.t Lib erali i SocUial ecury Te iea, xplas Morris, who gsi. p was wofbot It g
...................... ly is the ahip's "let's have fun" so late I ce l ard keep my
..........u--........ July -**- cruise ter, is to "imagine you mouth eoen."
.....................July 30 WASHINGTON, July 19 (UP) contributory social security ays. are sta inside P barrel and
...................... July 31 The House yesterday whipped 'em .Y. ..... y a a.tl y. r Cde so Betty- Grabl arrived "loaded
................... Au st 6 through by 37 to I, aDemocratic Despite t i- complaints, the l to sto 1 .l," with money... for a lowee of
.... t.iS U ill. liberalisoe sqcial scurl mas+ tJ2 u 1 J !. This, !_ cll Stars TV reheasal. Secarn a ia
.......... August is eat foreo,*na disa thi o ue your hu i 1e -sIhow bWt upt *1 at Hollywood
................... C workers.. or aWth The barrel id .. be Park.
,--d an doeeral Care l"It also would raise payroll tax. The te h e.. --
es on employers and employes to age from a a for wives wl Ater the Jolt rIares' Debut of Jaec WOeb o-wfq,
Arrivea pay for the added benefits. dows and wort l women. iv~Bp vahcai o i toJU Je Ma, a a It. c
Cristobal The bill now goes to the Senate would not be e.ll.-I for pa -,o7rd only beeV t M sigeIr is M tr-aic eke whonm
which is expected to sit uatil inments, however. U1as their uM_ charcoal gray en- coupled wiltPegGy Lee's biggest
S arto pemtin publ hear-. bands wer 5 and had retired, i tire winter wardoe, ilm breas as Sbes's a l .
........".............. I not opoag| I The benefit ag. wiid be. cut, But let's lS l and' Iltun to singer in "Pete Kelly's liUes."
" .................... ille .. E the admastri a a from e 5to for permanently and broad ., Hawailan. -ghirt. --
................... d Critical u ti out it. totally disabled wr r covered ad TeaherM.ori.b at work with Peter Lawdord looked as though
..................A .s ous passage was mashed by by the social 5041 sy1teIb., i ass fb hal b neophytes crowd- he were glued to his chair for
...................A t 8 atter OP, a the take. State agencies w iUd determine e d Into the nel*b eslaU 'ball three days at a New Frontier Io.
.................. A.. It-or-leaveit pdoc re u e r disability. room of-the L ua ,. tel roulette table n Vegas.
:....Augus.. ... which the lesi was consi The measure-also wold extend .
paenger sip to Noe The Rejdubicas said- a rulea coverage to an estimated b ^g000
a be Ai.amendments and limit. Iaddital persons by blankeftg
Angela, So Franiscode to 40 ml1utes wasa .lww ..dntisti a l .oi -,wees"I

+.Ut'* a i eprep...,, a, x IMPLES and BAD SKIN'
frei steo l 0N had "ttoo much politics s ers a the fi rst e $43 in salary Don't sufr
Frai" .f.or .StieS ja c Tiae? ceot .a i 'self employed .per. s ^ *i g.P O Is
"V4]?.W.Maalrtin.teAc nt4 :; O Io 2.p.muh
Jr.n, padoesam were Wos uld I bousereied from lff the esure -e a u

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rnAtAMA lb290 nbiem ll. He m A hi are o e 6 eae to measuree r ft., .n'"tiaM .Inr ArrI
S b- o l ted. b l"oint l i ke n ro hn y tn you areur i lok m
'a->"............ '" iti -e i, dbt. o art bcale Ual. would mit lbled children of dime d. Clean ur skn trctivet nd hlp ou fren
... l.... .U..a- h .a wa thd de i~atwure Beite sted by t Ih t moot u, o ie -. NNr m h brouwt ctrr.htro.,emi ss
Serves. progride to to draw a-.. ai r.m p eYttes d n to hoa- ndq, uc as Mr.

: PAP Rober :W.!Ka e ( J .--)- wated to @be lude physicians cut n off ixoderma Lton. ra r r
mIled mberagep ., h.I .sotp from any ointment yo a o At ve
PANAMA .* ii .m .agel- cr I T' I O fp oveage to en or felt. Ittoote aor a.'. l t I d am-t AI r Tu

Moa ..s sT 1 The Ur *cbly i tp Itchint, blrakes Mg o wt applatr your kf emald ke m *lw.
..... ., M&w. asthe_ o. y eat re u ld marti and ol- and booth e the cl ive.L, "p e to help youd day. All e
waallwe&t r eRSte uoi -I..C 0 bo by eou o l B o'uhbloi- ild. ioekm bt broughtcearer. h1dtif
which_- may wst. f .ete uk-im .. Io .e .a ltre.-. hl d sk i thasarn- b m ha- ; it hK
idiott r. smenhowelrt, 0meerms,I I "werte: 1muf leMrero. em b

rmrwanted to incl de physician snrtea iers to work I tci- ng burn ina rer tm 0
Sthe 0 OWaysand ea rop ronedulae iltbe three s wa : h 1.tyour thn Yee' ..how. s ovtrieeahli. At an.s
Ig g tl i gn ifgt" g,-pty CO-ig h tnm thoee micro wo rtes r nVad nl si oneI e attoft ix ve rm. r kto e th
ID "= stops l tSicS-ist la s b ai e&. r... t ate m t Jh kln d of I l that will mas
Nsmarting and cools and soothee tel._ upVontheMo and mtoy. All tl-
iI_... ..-" ,._ in. S. It hepn aturer kehal Lite skin gl inll L adoel ly.
I l U". m rror wla trelp e v t h, po ia th. de admire whrII r days. M Yflds w-o.
SLast okaed by te AsIEL SOCIT nt w a ..

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i. 5t~h. *8alderj~ ...;j~i .. 021 2 W'lammin' Sammy ganpson of Thbnt 2 Ill O 12 1
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,.'M fl~oo SI th, ,, Caldwd -' 'M uS 3 2 Tel of Fort Kao .
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NEW YORK, July 19 (UP)-A thoroughly d-de I
ejected Charley Grimm found only one straw too,-. '-r -
clutch at today when he evaluated hlk Milwaukee U redFo hrthona ....... "'
Braves' chances of overtaking the Brooklyn Dedg- shn. timow. ..... a0I -.
ers in the National League pennant race. ,...... i ....
"I managed the Chicago tubs The double defeat dropped the tournament w, hichr Albr ? *S B A O .M .. .
in 1935 when they won 21 straight Cubs, early-season contenders,174 1...3 1 te "don .' . ..-.
g ames to elose out the seasongames behin d Brooklyn and closer whil i bten T- OODA IAM
G~ripm.said fer ves s to lt p Dce th er a b ig 1] to-hfl Off c)wins P ((er-

the only way lechan figure it nowDrA a.Ar A t C y -. T MWiuke Aa|t 3 1 11Pi ctts burghi (N)G f tL I
-you're only out when they countCenteru-fielder Bill Beuton's muff 1107 .F4 abbe A O CabmAeIMd
610' over you. 'of Willie Mays' 410-foot fly -with the psic to beat in double Aav cT-
Grimm, wi.o was ubder fire two on in the seventh inain g competiUtion which get underway .A. .Atlant 9,gNaPae) vy-TNSeDAT' M T
himself for histrd-baPe coach- peanltted Al*n -Dart and Whitey yesterday afternoon. The Arm)y GAUSlS THUaSDAW01
g n last igt's slopy acram-I. Loman to .-cor' with two un. Atlanticteam blanked Fort Kob- l..... ,, 11 00 2110.0-- 8 1 ai:s Ctty 01 ,00- 6 10
ble of po-calle contendErs pon- earned runs that. gave the Giants be WAl Ulno-Bob'GilbertM -0 orgt Claytp, at OkIP cic Bla N wlr and B4ur- .8 Ka ._- .'. .
dered a moment and then added: last aght's victory. Don Uddle re. 6-0, then went on to down ForiB Tra4p-ers.. . y. Fowlerand, Bu and
*'If we were riaht wed have celved credit for his third win Amiador,4, 6-2. Ar nt at Albrook AFB t 2-4), Labine Roe- Co . .
swept the series t the Giants. While Warren Spahn suffered his In the other first round match, I --- .buc and Walker Howe(U R.
Manager Leo Duroeher of the 10th loss. Navy's team of Bob.Rupert and Powered by the one-twopunch W r, r (5 1
Giants, almost a discouraged as Dick Rhodes downed Perry and of forwards Bob Mayer and Jck (First Oame) W. .
Crimes, gufawed when Charleys Grimm, Milwaukee' s hI r d., GordBon Bell. of C ton, 643, 1-8, *cnoua, Mds e r BobM 1y r an J c k010 is 10tG 9 3 m_
c. .t "- relayed to him. base coach, was under fire for -2. Perry and Bell were to op - er snewet up fourth place and phIeph010 i 0001200x-8 11 0
should have won four falin to send Del Crandall, pose Amador's pair of Major Ar- a pot n the Panama Area Arm- 120n0 0ProwaU, e1(t
at:. 8 sa. "We should who ad tripled, 1 *to the pate ur Dreyer and Crisanto Cas- a ed Forces Leagues Area dou- M( er, Davl, wllam and Coop- -
ha.m w~ iH stM !' in the-p of the venth when taneda is morning I a loser's i ble robin last night by trouncing er. W n ( a T dos,
Ai t wa, the is of the a ffI e ton Ma i for the, bracket clash. Coco Solo Navy, 89-06. Negray (3-2), Meyer and Sem-
our.me sesles e hoth man fIrst oek Grim.m held Up C.r." In the winner's bracket Navy At Cocoli 6 4 Army Atlantic nick
agersntlkieult areksonable ar- dla Mad Mays' throw was f a r was to face Albrook AFB, which center Tex YarbromgAl a fired Completion of suspended gane Fonrilee. (684), Maitin, How.
guept or beevig ey could ff the plate althou gh very drew a first round bye. The dou home 50 pointshgh for the sea- of J17). e Iear
each the Dodierm-who, a e 1I- strug., bles finals are slated for tomor- son, as hls team touted last- h* __ '-- *---
deataHy, bowed to th Cicluns- BrIdtot' followed with a shorter row after the singles finals. Place Navy Pacific, 94-53. Fort (Night Gam) Otlm ae heduled
i Redlegs, 9-5, last lght. .... fly o Mays and Willie cut down In the singles, Hayes rolled .placobbe's Lfellners returned to Chicago 000h100t000-g1 am 0 -'
To make, te nl more rdall at the plate with a one- past Rupert, 6-0. 6-2, Bell 61, 1 Stngel o the Yankeeb demontrat their wnin ways with a Phicagodpha 000 020 00x-2 49 0 Buhl Jan
Bengel -of the Yankees demonstrated their winning ways witha04a
rose. for the ogers the pseu- bouice throw to catcher Wes West. 6-3 and Hilton Davis of Amador, o n:anriet of Burma likes the American wa home-floor hella of Al- Hacker (9-) and Chitl. and Crandall p 0)
do-contender Cubs losing streak m. 6-2, 6-0, -3. _______ ________ Br AFB by a their Wehmeer (7 andmnk
mounted to eight straight games I "Wille couldn't have thrown out After dropping his opening --p brook A"'by' season h.-44. .er 7.7) and se k.7 -... ..
when they were defeated, 84- and CrandaD in a. million years on test, Prry railed for five re i se son g (Nih-ht -ame M, (
2. by the Philadelphia Phillies. Spah fl" a Giant comment st atc victories Includ- n g ,,- at,
The first game was the complex. But he -had at least a 5") l0ifrtelt win over doubles rI Wo 11S t TI5 *MtIa yt '1o0 M 00- l 8 2
.o. S u m .1 p I nk i g l e a Nle w Y o r k 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 a- 4 9 10n l a es c d u l e d
tionoSunday's supended c n-o shton BrutoPn'" teammate Bell. Perry ut down t- esond st o -O0- 6
test in which eus led, 5-4, in Joe Blati. formwe odger, re. Rhode-, -4,8-6, Gilbert, 6- 6-0, .. Troops' arprislngly easy t
Ra scheduled c eat nto for Cinchndbehind ana Davis, 63, 0 dI-6, 7-5 .- I At antic Loop Nightcap a.fu abut ,n w : Youth lW esYoung D es
whih Mir'rm Wh 0 U t- tac that include two homers by --Majo-r, Hyss, aa r tfi i Lup .! tu We o. Ue
dueled Wren acker. 2-1. Stan Palys and N o. 30 of the year nallat In 1950 a mnd ror cap .0 tey smarksat mthen iearlie
- by Ted Kluszewaki. Karl Spooner, tain of the West Point twiris t.eet Man's Job To Wi Rodnan
the rookie speed king, yielded five team ad .Perry, former cptapnt "assT-DINGS Navah Staionwill be batting Wl U-to at hatime and .it-
runs and seven hits in four and of the Haverford (Pa.) College han on to their now narrow 1 39 at.the third rest period.
a third innings to lose hs f~r netters, will join with another Atlantl Basketball League game lead, while GibraltAr; on Mayer totaled 23 while M I"
Same. Army golfer from the Antilles to Won Lost Pet. a three-game losing skieo, will Donough's tally read 21. Frank O C Ib I AlnInnn
Pnacltter Glen Gorbous' represent United States Army Naval Station .... 7 4 .63 be annattaying out of the Dor wastos for the losing
r inVERBLOOinn three-rn homer e fabled the Caribbean int the All-Army tour- Powel .......... 6 5 .4 cellar. high-scoring battle sailors with ,
CLvUEIIVLnI Phillies to rally for five runs nament at Fort Meade, Mary- Gibraltar Lfth .,.. 5 7 .417 will be a feature ofhis first Yabro -the leagues to -
Sand win their aus ended e land the first week In August, Universal Spdrts ..5 .417 gae, wi Frank Dor, Gene scorer, arered 3 of ir game league to
aUT win te Cus_ aDRoy a% sohter and Jerry as, oer, gr e.ed 3i of hl ec. They sent a boy to do a man' -ost-successful Tourament to
Sey's two-rs w-flfaning homer TOMORROW'S GAMS the race for the honor. the outmanned Pacific against ob this past 8aurday ^ and -15 dat e o
against his former teammates rNaval Station vs Gibraltar Life The big Texann puped in 1 eaar-old W e eangp pn t to dpen ata
provided, all the his Web Powells va Universal ports P owells-Uhisport In Nightelap. field go6liand pan 1 of 24 e wa up tode task n wf-olCin.
triu ph. The lhils have won IuBy TREVOR 81MONS Immoyable objects meets Irre-, Personal fouls hurt Pacifipl, -a nhsc-nheu2le- hor oleast edduring twe;day fot im-h "
ii ,IIrive straih. .= ,latable frce i the eIondesecondchas A, J .C's .match scheduled, for 36 holes. bers who were.notein uhe
N. L. castoff Jim Wilson turn Naval aton, e-leaders ame of the evening as the two cthae-s.n ,int In Despite',the heavy rains o The PeGee d eatsestwas
Tin his fourth shutout of the ;l I and tddo nlag e- l eorahrt-et" o t nh eop .ace trr .w ln.f evening as the two the second quartcoursewa gqd shape. won by Hatry ,t
son--' two-hitter-as the ait. 1 three years, h ao h other This wi b the- ,s NIl ~. was Runner-up Manuel M or at men's divisaln a-
more.Orioles snapped the Chicago in the AtUantt4 B4s] etb llIVift1h and' e il i,'. ptt trouI le and So .'the ladl, oi
WhWSox' seven-game winning, NEW vO, (UP league's 155 race i sports and Pew "S orc-5 ith e
streak with a 3-0 decision. GtustIThe only thin tht has prevent. oble2gaie 1 When the season th are ee each to the sao Wi ater nine, saix down at the and t of.t 1 m s tind mte f
Tlandos hit a two-run homer in ed the parent Brooklyn) Dodgers they took e flor lat week having defea the othr twSice. five player. e bontly holes and n down at the 27th.i Si oes b. Mf
the first inning and Hal Smith from br inig up young on Drys. Wednaday they boasted an en- The Powells winning streak Chuck Blttan nr the 28t Mor pushed hisafeYr fi w out be.. s
doubled home the third run in the dal IThis age but he a mat viable 7 wins and 2 lotuea;. and on Friday, J1 6, 8and 8a ma B 3 fore 1r a h i drive straight downw naly winer itn.
ord for the Orioles. of the International LeIue and s apart, c o ne;evenwith th Sthe fairway. .

ov t Kana City Athletics in .... . end time theis yar, dropped ae start n which -they ble uttl g wAlbo. Theo roug inches away ifrom.aence. d

toE_ \nS vl trounced Gibr-ttar NWa eI StNaton, both by impress- an 45-8 beorethe laers shote a unpayable ie and It s othe co ttee membe for
p.ae Marlo e ga.me7s ..- .... adoe. ed .. .somse sig...of.lbforo a500 u odn th ede ofh teir
fly other mar league Same lfth y SatYourg'syshond-'t .. ....t. .. R ae Torohl do D

S-winner an loy t oyer te oerW ue g Montreal t a- nd w15 ngness to parties In t effort to dethrone Naval Chuc Bakert satartgtn. f4 that was the atoo duurre a totshegol club
Vict ractiveeel tColumt sEA- 1 t nat .don, both Gibraltar and U KObbthe In.held Mlea of d3-6 Made Ia odrecovery ..on l al- l
ve on Friday trounced G lt a station, eye both byecprd -six 8obbe oe trers fies doule i- os theo i sntest after U the f .s
S\ n i easily trounced the ,l "hy Whe StiO lending urea th 21. Steve KMo oened ne o. Hoe watchedd Morn .
Sla t Ludwig-s six-hitter gave Roe 8 to and, lfor a rt c g glance e top oup the scnd ha to roe forroA e an ca
S...... u -" --. .blehender but DieStm c at i Tomorrow nights-rirst game Olt-y three scheduled dates. tof first round artity, the t amg waue w e t le ps e ,
Tol 3 37im i 7 11nofive hits to tat t%29ue Bd features two slumping teams; plus one18 90w Re oama e e our clu bey 8 o 0i
5-2,inate. Zn8 calSFr1davy Life9silee btwe retfieo clubscFor lantone yunngstr ooay d stearf tdye c (oi Uaandtruhrl
o wN Ae husle B5-2,ufina ltl.trucede. to i y tw remin l i KQgiI Army AUnatl aanndd n2d after ae t2nd he b i uet was au. -.C
idBP Ldw si-itte gave Ro wer 0 Cit-5 an 3fo5 f10t a.30 oh w gnl-enbark on anosn evir entthat I et was o rnly a mtter _c -
*E CAMW 3 ^ERALS o . Tht o 'ann rIe t of e for Yustobeadcolied -
ta 6s decision over racuse. inO arUS o.t ll- t2 eethe G ld u rountda robt n Mon-b_ Morat m aoe. eA E e ..
n ,^ ^ W .^^ ,. . - --. o e o th e o se t t fsh .: ,= . . Oh th e dnetwa f zide, R a e T o roM n W L t
-A rady they have seei in several en.j tet.... Hshes of Farfa .emerged as Morai. a 65 3. r
Mond inoth eirst..,o Ta f MAJOr ed:sAuccsLEADER ss"..1 -haabi---nI MONE WINNERa the Tnew champ xpthenledles Havanahic 0sd1 40 os3 t e
Ueneade3bu 3 wtTmor Rw anign -t'#defrallti Annorodl of ie thop Rochester i0s 47 x-
H 0Are_(Bahd on t6,t ofictal at bRt.) Cub League C3HCAsGO -.NEA) .-M.ie. sam- Fgeld 64. The steady drgle that olumbu 479 1
rt eta s. o. this years .elnon.ella- fell during teeir firstsioell hate a nat t h erolectoas re,
DikolMa b rlow*.. 3 .0 B 0ffa PoIn playedfe3I* 1on4 10inues armytAtlant hicInd evd ntothati laole yPamalt. 4ter 4
1. 2A Huaros 2b ....... O 0 0 t .2 23 DemAn, .a.u.k So n d
Ea6- onor nfo... rioes '. ....--. e Gold& o ed orlD. aoby dnid nem mpen Res Fmr a Butugt .. 4

eb If-rI ... 4 0 0 0 CI NATIONAL LEAGUE Gidratiar Life leased by the dis. A T took the seventh
u. fooidranoos c-lb ...4 2 1 5 0OPsayerandnb ab r PI .Ig 6t4f I LEADI q vao
arEle pb ......2.. ..o 0s c, sTsMsY e nthe nechamfor therg No Rac.ue 0000001-
.,1P. lth .. ...2 2, Cin e .-..... 6 28 1 2a7 to to e n ath od deletn nn toddof uup O .

owelp..8....... .e d0 .. 0 ..8530300 ..... 1.. 0 ue W YORK (N A) oRoy .obb d d .ree
"taiosn- y a .....3 1 0 6211 2 reh .leaoe a. artro oCelever With a pa r r meao toan
w il on r ......4 0 0 3 M1 ECO L&G $i _. e__e... ., 1 9aledr bthelead totlaned b. wha. e w as say a3d -am4pon.
Saotle a ..... a _, l w .. F b r ad fi g 1 u 2 t h 3 yam 4 olr e the match fd umb. l sIN 110-
o, vg 87e 352 54 11 .24NLTotalL 18 4 9'40 Lee read Iyts hodGo.A senoTnndAn ot o nfsfta 0i0-Ca y.

. ... I....2Ho..... ... ... 1. 0 0 0 1 .....k a. C.as amid ai...dedbeRae, r of stad aolf a --.I
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aMS '' W,. H ur Mareti p 1...... 0 1 6 0 Snde ,,due ,'*^.. W o'' kept2 a^tl^he ae n l ou-t "the when the le exrpe3ecd Ian Ri"hmond Oi I001 0t-2 I o
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Snt t g t le fora the first
that way-t Tpa.. tee and shows signs of doing it
e afternoon after game, ase in
appraoted He Woto be a tou h slower
a he N=, o ta Wa..r a o Fres.o, .. 1
sit aam lfron a' he still Ngoes o Mr e.
Dresea t aeo t of sad ~nd Ctaks bkreoad and butter
113 ad A the was the lat tme from a batter. Aov x'emem-
anybod l.h"as berhe 'I. miht bbite a touch
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That was a yer am s ot an American ague
and n t y o Ma AIa t J e .oreSna said and
aoms Implatsuit. ogie o t him fa 000. a
He looks thetnaise a he did ThRedtd Io Shive 9ept lot, a0 0.
when be first a baby- 6mex ld lost untold nnants W 7c T 4 Gf
fawe jbguywho5 oS beca athey haven't bad a thor-
LA ers p gV a aser roughly satisfactory shor .A *1
jy heo a T^ lh UaU cecik. m p lgt_ waatc athe Y ees. I t ?A /
"Did you se Reese on that sin As, rr.o.m ., ,
sle" ? Claa. a a eSukeo them WmI w Reese, t m easily te .
Mrioujsly~~~.~~twio seson.. *a loi ., toGcelebrat f .st'. es, 3l e c" d :th"
Safirst lh a Piage etia gt h a elt Ifor him.
swerve toward second ao. "Nights' usually see a yer
men. I wish is could fld fivte with mor meneythan any of
7W y players in tl" league who a re those i ontributing, et a car for ,
I. 26 and can dothat. the pimple reason he is a

and3M oTARTED1 the stond a ut deese Night is different.
S half of the sea n with a.20 Sbt- It started, you om with the

IP ting aragse. a reoree of i ther baseball writers. To 6me, Reese
ing in the elnteh th ghlmt the B been a pal making their pliv

first part of the year-and prds habetter and eas r or a long
poets of cntinuing his peumant- time.
wzingstyle ofpltaythrougha- HeHgoeusout of his %ayato help
other orl Seris. a story along.
Reese has t urned int one of "The fans read it ind it helps
.. l Jethose s you takefor ranted. aaebail,' s the way Pee Wee By HARRY ORUON Robert Moses Grove, fir l- ,i-ney .osTe
He is as familiar i Brookly a as puts t._ NEA peter stance, remained in theB itera. rIkeIs
e~ cn it ------'- .. I I mHwtonal League longer t h anb he l e _deae ee
CHICAGO -(NEA)--Dlck Den.- should have and it was tree rack aI

H k InAi to dien l Adong 'T he pBFa i rw ays lu. never. toon e tolea howev to latwth -any degreeac.mm
three fl is the American eAmeaue.
u eimal manager of the fido .Iml apnch-. WhcMa ,een ,-A or d (. 7 Ia ,, ak m e ai.-
t Whnivited to discuss his team'tPe A CLBN handicap of two) was good enough&ad in trilh to dia. An oe o7 Wil Bil dayat have
togi w*hen t.ted tvo" discuss as m s wato winhy Ball Sw"eat k e by a Ulo lionoan t Atiuan ka au tthe tg for nothing ser soaveva
Sthe r pennant'y. ,President Ricardo X. Arias E. single stroke over Charley How. season bumped Into thel fS16 myeg mla th isr 'm_ _- -
of tho RepUblic of 'Pa3eMa came all. Howell had a 8&154e0. Other needed mies. Wintlow wyaU gave are with the Ca ua Tommy i
aldmethe F C- of, e Sm adlwhi, teeoft the Paama Sp a a wanen were C o1. the bit' Irishman tM Alle n e Moth" wa i ough by th, tip ,- ,-
-t nhr e the Pen t.o steagel A g ecordAteurs',ce V for aaate-rb Satn- olivn arien t, head ofl Paa st eron e w upeot, ceU- a when t was masmetrat..
that tegansm t bae feared?" oreWled. Iae n g a e doppeoid thek a

t. S in tI ajfdgathehreatol f a u trdee info stro un pat be welaae prorlat-ien f ith h .nfIanoie, brespe.te. W, '
I e eveland-New York home- O nly a tte ur aos to the 1po 47ha. one more pitch. It's a nout b Gl n up eo by e TgC'-

,We lo, aoke flot ew to th erta-u her ae en s pmt 3eaye rinp. p' I vn tupow .bhe .Ties. MCAA'
l ftretcn irBut am t ocohe vetndtBos o ao oa three the d final four holes kept Dick. Dehung o -1. M iker svo DooVan with a slier Hubbel, developed tl" crewball I i
reach d butIae RdBox have not been famous for the t the Presdnt from at least thing ren 71, aten Campn t an it. wao's n ad g fort the C Ucag. A- n the Texas Lea e. assy Vlnc p ps
obecosme nlin _e o haroyer. e ntncanm-owll onth-c Jo' n Mo u 's a sacou r rne- 72, Albal Galino 773 murnicas. spent 10 seasons the in or
oad strength in reent years. Iw he can d to well ou the Mord a .Theprofesmlanalrecord Mavor l I Lul. Arai Wyat whowas to go on th o be had o aee major leaMo triJal
rent Western invasion, I wl 'w e mm wa. is 5 and is held by Porky Oliver. 80-7-73, Bob Trea 81-8-73 and the Doogers' sae, no doubt re- fore her fond the rangs.e.' 'Afto
eriouI Going into the 1th bl, Pro- George boyd 33. eled how s was chase out didn't conser Jim Turner and
co I tmpaung mek any- In oft~ All-etarrohe wiuT S dent Arias awa our stroa undeip r In the 36 bols o golt played by oe Leagu e cPar ian uCleveland, Lou Fe ta fast enou toe t
Greenber d tinued. We noth ll-Sta w with ".pa On thoe. fst alb 1 bird ed. the Prestent blatween T thursday when Ben Chapman, then of the won 20 games for. .h i yAv
out of ~8. ey15 t 0. a 1 wilbe wou as 't wwooit cohmes mho one and four to make the and Saturday of last week, he Red bo, stohom a ae on him. Wlat when they came up at 31 and W, I
to .700 ball. bnt to uabt Wrfte, for NRA srylce 3unde mer par 1. h ary to go with h s t70 of Thurs- was uD years old when the Clove-
t"You knot all about t he Yankes5 do'wt 4 e cannd idles n 10 and 11 day for 36 holes total of 144 land club sent him to Milwaukee '
* .enw co A rforse tei A 4a owa rlt for RA o to go to strokes Udr.,Pars na strokes. of the American Asselatieon. He
iet Mt heen orst hat 'dnl T .ing-a ( FerrisFale, and B yrom Nelsoff myself t 12 13 oeo 14-t the fth t .lmouom had been wild, had o ouf idence,
I .Ibrao17 1ute0l o iotddenced United States- a 2 t n lst holes on the ecurne-put therThe Paper Mate Pen ComIpa-y eased up.
HttingHaoot aw from Baltimore, C Ilhl d Mangrum hpiaf 1WA fm. President QA ti t Ith tee with the tournament opened Monday after- Sothoron, who could a bit
-.. Inc-woftg a"are Wre tied at -Cleveland ul t s r e. cord within e his gra as he had oon, and then the first .re l4 himself rot ai tte .ba~ e

" 'K Bl dssesa d .i a3 b wloswd Magi.n eup the easy par, five t to play. come to a elm nSundaya Sa 3N att's delivery that a CD co- ....l.:, .
son for Z& u Fains r Faid he bury witha ad. sad o -he Number15aasy rour The 72 hole mdal play tourna trol. That made r a
dash in bad t out kee o pre- a Tto our hs l th 5le. All tht is mnt twill hbe played ove the next stronger and the Brooklyn club e B; .AN AM .N.mo m-.
or mltw" ln e r4 lout tha h e t' tt. 'm i whe t y l l ing q* agdrive and w ede. 'Nme iu b cona ecunt, v wee(a. aa rue 18 p cha ehv 24let Tears en o Nua l.In ee
He a ait Can woret'rynrhtunr s ai three. Number t. is bir- must be taerdeclared as being for the freaks. The are i-thetmtNemdropteal
respanafraided f 607WAStryoin o wie 0V1af WMw tVim Wertb a trem eonxtrar Me withprity by st e long tournament prior to play) w ill cani nothing more than irew QUESTIONWhenOweris21
respondedRa e ol whowe brouh a who amso Ieat ia N ball hiters iIa t-he President. count a ndthe low not scares aft-the ball hard and with some do. play at third base, why do coach.a
getting a.ry. Jflk, hom e o f h e Number 18 has a trely green, but er 72 holes will win the beautiful ee of accuracy. es frequently ~~s
from nd w-o eVicV ew al, dr-venIn o i O is not regarded as among I he prices now on display In the club. Pitching Is a science, however, to the g.und?-Hary Day.
kThe President- hit the 15th green Allparticipants in thP Paporafreakswacquire tho knack they Answer: To Interfere.
hitting against the lefttes. Jkey fS Apar figures, but three puttted for Nate tournament are reminded be very tough to beat. Any one of wibt he pla. On mast plys at
.bthe Robae w. e na3bge that they must sihk every putt n lot of lttle things can turn ag third base, tie piabce e Au3
tiv.!br letb Do B4 e alohittthe 18th green with and that they must reporttothe a nary pitcbernIntoa remarks- Q.MAl Smith ofthelndias la
w erethed 1M 1 o! "nnI. his toe shot, but thren putted for pro shop before playing-ther Toud one. A pitcher can add a edo a pop foul. Catcher Frtan'
ADiIe abed toopl-as --ed h a per a bogey. that they want t use in the tO1 w ultch, as Donovan tacked on the House of the Tigers caught it, but "
admi~rtrtn" haveo _~fla4I shuldaveobtained drive of gad..u m He ot the birdie on the 17th. nament. You can play as much as s|l.er. He can develop a change awfan leaned out and bum hm.e
"' dm ns h.c ~ I l hav o e a w d. We ml the -- t rn in pio like,b the tPaper Mh t ,of pce or learn how to set up Neus dr ut--. Why?--

rea a el-l-" o have ho makbe ig fh wth them waenr M ds a gto. t bt tol fr t e i Also, there have been same player can't run any faster throw
rea -,,lto.wa ceve t .o .- Mth hit Under te bl the -,e changes made In the handicaps. any harder hit the ball any far- A. The umpire zu
attackPs hei ]a-.s. and those t e bgys. with bandican- from 0 to 11 will safely to ner. .for
comn parwg wtaimo f d n t round two strobes under par with 24 'andlcappers willobattle It out time to acquire control than rght-fleM, s e Indlans were re.po-

o isn the dserin Leau Bowe eay hoed or started a ta from Then I wobbled

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SI CASABLANCA, French Mor for It caused serious damage. Orandval is tl.oe 1 -J ,.,

he native quarter he lat ndal ed eneret y to elopment r t e

outbreak aast Frace apear r the outbreak. He fred Police Party cabled Nw time, loog nsop as pro of his stat t

Major-Volence In CadItnca i

Ends With At Least.6 JK-illf,_tI

the native quart herb last Grandval acd energetlcaliy to velopments, rioterss y as ato"
night but major violence in the qd the official aity a Laderoa rbmmrfm
outbreak against France apear- or the outbreak. He fired Police lal Party cabled u rd ...qNw.tim, lootingas o,
ed to have subsided under the Chief Jean Vergnolle and order- York yesterday, dftandift that Until theywby
guns of thousands of tank-sup- d two alleged counter-terror- his government "put 4 end to troop". asarei reary to api
ported troops and police, lit" leaders. Marcel Mattel and the aggression and mtaaurea of ercial atomic l
A native watchman was killed Jean Camblazo, deported to Casablanca. U oal at of Ti i
b y a bomb, i increasing the toll rance. Tanks and troops battled A'"4b a" et five yeal-
of five days of savage street rioters in the nativ quarter ... h e s aid,- almot my
riotersay Iutnll th nativ 51; y4
0: f t reach as hh warfare to at least 64 killed and terday, killing at least
.g,:.lhs UnivSe e Contest areCathy nearly 200 Injured. The bodies of wounding many in fighting that 1 .Ralph J. Corde
,I- a *f). many more victims are beiev t Take Over .,., ,,, ,,,.Co
a left) andt Elena Fancera, Miss Ital.n many mo20inar victims believed continue until after dark E] ga-Ie West Milto
ed at. ln rsh, Cali., where final to be concealed in the native .r, te rotr hn t AEC, sa
SDiace at the i.n of the week quarter. A death a Spaniard._ t. a kesor
't- "--' " :Another bomb planted outside An offil r o t er e t o-- a
S" . European-owned.. a asroasti-onesefdre c caused by s t .. .nJ WYORK, July 1 (P) e- etrLe age tm
e "-"...d Slibht damage butnured n o t.lll l | fies from the start of the Out Mone Howard o _efh. uhwhe o he
Caddates one.ifle fire was heard inu.ter-. .. .. ..
mittently through the day. but W I ,nA,48 .Jpt. r Neat ,ctad ,G
Tonght no casualties wee reported. 0W00, 00I0.o nf torta.e Muuldroer p. ,a m .". p
Tonight Arab terrorists set fire to amutual
S|: S'i a- .Tonlght -y's : S.+ a.,o,,,+ II_ g nssII |,..... .. _
c argo of timber awaiting ship- ag System's parent company, it Sirens and s Oals were
S-- meant, but police were ca led in w u .was learned yesterday. d thro Schea, .,
T.ON 1G mAm,- %9 AtWth foreigT beauties for th t e blaze e- The sale makes aalable a stone in atomic power a.
(pL...JCfog .. MIs Unlvere title later this Lt, Col. Charles. Wiggins large jlbrary of movies for ue on GE's pioneer radio a ..W
verr aut'Piy aet tarto- week, willbe crowned tomorrow 1 who has been apnted to sue- television for the flat tie. M. GY, became the first eomaal
n ht wen ft a night.Mls Universe elimina. W l-D s ceed Lt. Col. Rh rd'F. Muln. l1-has only a few TV stations, -
1-ct from amon AMerlean tons begin Thursday night and la superintendent ofCorozal, the parent a.by"o n f s
cr n4ldd st for i ve finalists will compete te..for,.Inrv o:filPersonse tiu.l f
, ,,.e. p l Br HI-Jak Bank nTrck,, ... .Ki,. n
MIS who a t.e t o ei .b Iibe in charge of the Psychiatric Terms of the transaction were K
S .- .. ... ..... a" '' Contest officials said they S S A section of Gorgas Hospital. not available immediately. but Io
t he- "at Iae anmofnce today the mot 011CI 1. ,Hughes ad he General r ,.
;wIi~ anmapbpWer tI o ein last unday's THe will tat.e over his duties at dio Corp., had-been psAwn to have HONG SONG, J l,. (UP) -
pa t here. s GLAyGOW, S otland, July 19 -orozal Hospital following the de- been discussing 25 iullais dollars Five person. aV ke akidanine
SAl conntamta In the contest, (UP) Four well-dressed men parture of Mulholand, who is as the final sales figure. riously inju lsomin land-
Smo, of them whom had never today hi-Jacked .a messenger scheduled to leave August 8 fo r The sale will make available to les caused by torrential rains
seen a movie studio before, yes- tr ck outside a Glasgow bank the U. S. Army Hospital at Camp Mutual hundreds of top movies in yesterday.
terday visite, Universal-Inter- d escaped with about $112,000 C .G. CRAIG Gordon, Ga. RKO's film library. AllHong" on "reservoirs over
na 18tlo which hel In cash. Hughes the discoverer of such flowed and sections of the road
o the contest and will o Capt. William A. Thorn, was A native of Scooba, Mississippi, stars as Jane Russell and the late leading to the new territories
,' M^4 film oracts-to thewinner The four men were walking g relieved as commanding offecer Wig ha nas had about 25 years of Jean Harlow, has ben negotiating were loked by debris. Te gov-
4, an ,.i the -rrunner-up. past the bank when the truck of the U.S. Naval lftion at U. government service, most of for months with Thomas J. O ernment said it would te sev.
Spulledup, police said. Coco Solo this morgbyCpt. which a been with Veterans Ad- Nei, president of. Geteral,Tlse. eral days to clear al t dril.
They were escorted froa in The driver and one bank mes- James G. Craig. Tthbr aaeen niistraton hospitals. He comes adlo, which is a subsidiary of the
stage to tae Tony Curtis, senger Jumped out and entered in command for two to the Boe from Chanute Air Geinerl TIe Mtad b bbr Co. BALBOA TIDES
SRock "lon, f andler, the bank. was recently TRward e Frh e e l m ase, Ill o The'RKO ilm library is said to .
Victor Mature and numerous The four men moved withob blc of Panama's National He is a graduate of the Univer- include more Than 400 movies, WEDNSUDAY. JULY b0
other U-I stars. viously planned precision. They coration of Vasco Nufes de it e ofeMississippi and received dati back to 1929, nd a few HIGH LOW
I_ _._______ ran to the truck. Two men Balboa in the rank of com- hinsedieal degree from Tulane pictu thathavenotyetbeen .re. 4.:0 .m. 10:4,.m.
MJumped into the front seat. 'the mander University in New Orleans. leased. 4:2y p.m. 10:19 p.m.
11 NO 1 AW lM C Iothers scrambled into the back "e r
12 NoIw jJIU7Us ot the truck and black-Jacked Cre
the gKiard as he shouted for Cag i reporpig frm Pen- -
up o With aCanal" o..: agrindinoge s c 'e .cn the NavyCES
P .^ -ti-uk Sped away. ...atamTY
Tw elve paermnaent employee Police cars sounding g their Field. He atd Tfrom-
lncluding Col. Charles 0. Bruce, ens rus o e ens only the U.S. a IA A.eI 1 2
SAtf.itho:Ay C. Roe., neow ape aring truck. board the USS Tex He thenil a 9 n .... J . .

I |^ ^ M I---I S^e.""""' Cana r 'a Aid To Indochina Above eoa kTotal d tin receiing dei
cJpiif t'hthe port of 3 ,lboa ,Te truck and messenger la reported to Pensacol'for flightT
u .R 'm,, +, s ".'., o, '. : ,,o I._ Kt.,o...ningR .R ec.ln..,a dT
durin the first two weeks n of aa banoned house. m tion aols a Navaato1the m in r1e
l po t. the truck were a few bags of After this he aer thlO lUS
Saoins and some bundles of one- Saratoga and Coco, W .
Alsoe arrivingdurin g the first pound 1$ 2.80) notes. t, B 1
Aatwo. week dIn July were five in
.. m lnD u~t ," PJuniaeand oneedo recorsIieiit pIdiPromiseV
clian who Joined the St a, Rednro KV st J eola N..ID I .JmI
OtiOe permanent employee ra e upwid T no o A va
hire d in the'United Sta. He TOKYO, July 19.(Up)- RUm- Rainfall dt,,al the-m1onth of
;as Leroy B. Wilson, Jr., a t- la and Commun ist North Viet June a s ofselneTrls d. -l
vs ofdt L ancaster Coty Sout vNam Issued a Joint communique mal over tbfoGatunUrer..Ltn
-S -Carolina, who has been employ- in Moscow yesterday In .which and below normal a ov .. n
+rled as a lock pperMat W Su- the Kreml n promised vastheo- Lake and the Atl tlis Coast
withd tPaciaickl Dolor icrdeand nomic aid to t Indochina Red accovdIng to the mantly re-
tthherPnew iempcLoy ntate. R Peipingreported. Ert la d by theydrgrapl
positions follow: The broadcast said Moscow has
allocated $100,000.00 as gra-
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Declares Sept. 1 Deadline Not P
SVa., July 1 (UP) The court here, however, re for the Natkoal AsS. for th I 4m Prkida
ruled today strained the Prince Edward Coun. I Advancement of Colred People, J .t det t
ppattia e t Va.,. school board from oper- demanded integration Olse oof, be
Is 0oni em.B atng schools on a racially dis- 'start of class this. vea i.f sall
S MIa |crinunatory basis after necessary state officials carridf 'tkr teM 0
S Ms.e of arr agements are made for th e threat to disbaad the pl
-s. dj-~ass of pupils impartially system.
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IThU Prince Edward C s3ati t bw s
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