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

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

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:00809

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HflvoMhfg attacks on aneal Zone polleeaen- n.
oeeW s of makilt arrests In Paliflo. side lo.
11 b Ive reached a total of three during the

was aired In Qalboa Magistrate's Court
re an interested crowd of spectators,
of polisakien.


lftiiE'Cnflng c ue was the
ftrstof the thrain which a Jail
sentence was nOed on a per-
son who struck an offlecer. One
of the other cues. which Uolv-
ed also a burglary charge,

Sees House

Approval Of


$1 Minimum

WASHINGON, July 20 (UP)
-Rep. Augustine B. Keley (D-
Pa.) predicted today that the
House would approve 'before
nightfall a bill to ra&Se the
minimum wage from 86 cents
to $1 an. hour
Kelley, floor manager for the
bill and a member of the House
ALor Committee which drafted
it, told a reporter the House
tt, queson about comr
piete acion the measure at -


been bound over for trial in UA.
District Cour.
This morning's surly defend-
ant James Ford, alias James
tahwalte was sentenced to
spend 15 days in Jail for bat-
Sry. He was ao fined 0 o a
charge of trespassing by albo
SMaestrste f. ML Altman.
The incident, which yesterday
afternoon drew crowds around
the La Boca Commissary, occur-
red when Ulicean rnold
onraby the a0-yar-old
shw avlege card
thkconnMisary.
According to testimony brought
out in court, the defendant re-
plied: "; don't have to shoiwp
anythln." whereupon he swun
and hit ae poRean's left eye.
reratch his nr d kike
im i face, ann. .
G Oray- ired Bforneby, who
this morning appeared in
court wih a black eye and
scratch marks on his f ace. said
Group of women shoppers
armed a circle around the
pair and egged Ford on with
encouraging shouts of:
"Kill hm, hit him harder,
plug the cop."
BUecause he felt it might'In-
te a riot, the policeman said
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Safety Day


According to an official re-
lease from the Paralso ivel
Council, plans continue space
for the giant d"Safety Field
Day" belng sponsored at Pa-
raleo on Saturday. Indications
ar that lpudredO of visitors
attend.
Among the whibito wjich
have aroused muca public in-
terest are live mrakl which will
be displayed by the Aids to
Navigation Division of the Pan-
ama Canal Company; poson-
ous planrn and berries o the
(rounds Maintenance Division;
and a nuinber of safety devices
and equipment by the various
other Divisions.
A special feature of the Wx-
hibit tby he Commiss ary Divi-
sion will be "Safe Shopping."
This is designed to show com-
missary shoppers the roper
way in which to handle botwes
containing carbonated drinks in
order to avoid possible Injury
as careless handling of these
bottles has been known to in-
jure shoppers.
Of particular interest to their


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be safe bicycle
IdAg In a fr
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Big 4, Stalled On Germany,

Debate European Security
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fONBVA, July 20-(UP)-The
Big Four summit conference to-
day abandoned further attempts
to agee O Go an reunItiesa.
uton for the tie being- and
plunged Into de ate on a uro
pean security tup.
. Before .It the' conference had
rate British, French and
vet security proposals, great.
ly differing both In substance
and detail
The British plan called for a
demilitarled buffer cee -be-
tween Na and West.
The French plan suggested a
general security orgniton,
uding a united Germany,
with non-agpwelon guarantees
bT all its me om toward ch

The Sovlets proposed a


irnt stage the present West-
ern d Eastrn NATO
eoes weld be msintalmed. is
the eeohd stage both woald be.
sapPed nlfavor of am overt
a mesuty s Item ncludlnj
uMropean nations ad the
United States.
The Russians favored getting
started in both a security setup
and disarmament immediately.
The West still wanted agrep-
ment first on German unifica-
tion.
Ufduding the two sessions on
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British Prime Minister Antho-
ny Eden had slipped into his old
role of diplomatic salvage ex-
pert to revive hope that the Big,
Four talks may .make some
process toward Reich unifica-
tion..
dmen was hbt to the Rum-
slas lSt nihfbt at a dinner
tRMa eaa Britis sources to
ay later-they considered the
"door still open" to further
diseussun ef Germany's future.
Ths morning he was President
Eisenhower's guest at breakfast.
The Russians invited all the
other delegations for lunch. To-
night, the Russians were to play
host separately to the French to
repay Premier Edgar Faure's
hospitality to them at dinner
last Sunday.
Yesterday, the Big Four heads
of #ate ran into an impasse on
the erman 'questIon, President
Eisenhower urged Soviet Premier
Nikolai Bulganin- and Defense
Minister Georgi Zhukov to ac-
cept the need for a unified Ger-
many within the NATO frame-
work.
msenhower Md Ehukov, war-
time eemdes In arms, lunch-
ed privately together today to
seek Smius tb ease the* eold
war In a private man-to-man
talk.
They lunched In easy Infor-
mality at the President's lake-
side villa near here without
aides or other members of the
U.S .And oviet delegalouns.
l rrets' wone th ere


Foregn Relations

Comattee OK's

RP-US Treaty
WASHINGTON, July 50-
(UP)-The Senate Re-
lastlas Committee Unanme-

Panama treaty and enrn-
dum of aUdenrstadasI wth-
out reservations. ,"
Committee members told re-
porters, however, t the for-
mal report on the Wtaty will
recommend that any inereaq-
ed costs brought about by
treaty provsns should be
borne by the Canal trafile, and
not by Canal Zone employes.
They sad they would rec-
ommend the company consider
adjusting tolls to compensate
for the new expenses.

4th Wife Divorces

Acle touils Caihem
HOLLYWOOD, July 0--(UP)
-Stage and screen star Louis
Calhern has been divorced in
Juarez, Mex., by his fourth wife,
Mrs. Marianne Stewart Calhern,
who says she will resume her
own acting career.
Mrs. Calhern informed friends
here by telephone yesterday she
had received an uncontested de-
cree. Calhrn is Jn New York di-
recting and starring on Broad-
way in. the new play, "The
Wooden Dish."


1st 2nd


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Salk vaccine has been released by the U I4
Public Health Service for anti-polio nuMocmu
and second grade pupils on the Canal 3*0, t.
nounced today at Balboa Heights. ,
It is presently planned to begin the Zone
gram of inoculations next week and details
nounced as soon as plans can be completed,
0. Bruce, Canal Zone Health Director, said
ing news that use of the vaccine has been
The, vaccine is being supplied free of
National Fuundatiun for Infantile Paralysis. A
quantity of the approved vaccine is available to
sister the first dose to all first and second grade
the Canal Zone, the Health director said.
Governor John 8. Seybold had fit tosuspend an
this to state concerning Salk vaccenltion p
vaccine: do dld to re J
"Subsequent to the public an- s ofv n
nouncement of the discovery o HItl e
the Balk vaccine and the coun- dena the ea of
t rywide r f linuim-


thatI way."
e also redlted that .e
House would reject .n atte
to change thQ March 1, .1t .
effective date of the increase.
Other informed House mem-
bers said the exeptced 0OP
move to peg the increase at 90
cents would produce a close
vote; but they said the $1. ad-
vocates appear to have a slight
edge.
The Senate already has pass-
ed a bill to raise the minimum
wage to $1 an hour. But itts
boost would be effective on next
Jan. 1. The differences between
Senate and House yersions un-
doubtedly will be resolved by- a
Senate-House conference com-
mittee.



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The Cristobal branch, Canal
Zone Pollee Associelon will
honor .#Mauel 8.
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e police.
and a total year40 s.., one
month., and one day of govern-
ment service. -* -
All of his sewvce has been on
the AtlanUc aide of the Isthmus.
He was born In Springfield.
Robinson County Tenn., July 21,
182,. and during Us. tour of duty
with the Canal Zone police, he
in many and varied cap-
e, such as motorcycle of-
ficir, desk officer, detective.
behadn officer, and for the
past several years. as radio dis-
patcher.
Me has alwtaf been interest in
S sports, ad gained considerable i
y re1tatiah as -a undefeatable I
safalle pitoher.-I
. M-. and Mrs Blackbamn will
-uk home In at.

Fast Cmpany

1a1 (UP) Paul Rob-
, ,er Msaid. 1Ws -nore thana
| rb mitd h uisdn
4 -1

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CU~tody fO i ed g I% parent who s ._
In eS o hsS'- asr ? Sof 1hearaiso Civic etm

Ice cteeier In La Doea e err inthe. panning of this program AS S
fin a packpe, ut Ford d. either. Te B Bent h
ed led inu as sCUri.
Laer the pomceman stated Cleveland Small, chairman of after tot. foreign
he noticed the defendant in the program arrangements cam- failed, In ornb
commissary. When he saw the .mttee, made this clear by pot- find. a w to break e -
policeman, Ford fled. Re Sn g k out that one phase of the lokm on German. .
un the premises, the policeman proam will e especially de- -
again spotted Ford his e v o e d to demonstrating Jo
near a merchandise counter, hoiuewives the many unsafe -T UaIW
and. walked up to ask him for conditions and practices exst- V
his card. Ford began slugging int in every household, and safe
the policeman without provoca- practices which can prevent in- l
tion, according to the testimo- Jurie ad accidents. HI
ny. Other. Items of lntetet to the
It was recalled that on June ladles will be medicine cabinet SAN RAFAEL, Calif, Jul 20-
17. Herbert St. Louis. Jr. was housekeeping; treating of min- (UP)-0l4g. Gen. Henry C
fined $ft for strikfna a Canal or Injuries; what to do in case bury, 7?, former director*
Zone policeman, Jesse Marte., of poisoning; and proper use Army medical services in t
who was arresting him o70 and care of electrical equip- Panama,- Canal Zone, diel
lotern. ,. ment. terday. ,
At that time, Judge E. M. Alt-
man ruled that the charge of A- .m .. Gen. Pilsbury headed the \
loitering against St. Louis wooO f in r nal Zo ..32apltal and
a "technicalaon." He*remarked,"stff s r'inlose 3 toI
that a person had the ri htr toI m n
reasonably defend himiel from u:nesima< the A
false arrest, and that "arrest Onki DeTeun.. and, the Lowell, M =
a technical charge was next door T l en- lnd T-the fe llC
A second policeman. R. misy -N L NDr ay Ert GAT
soayter reported he was a t -. A expert, G. e s
ed a few days later by a youth. LUUC!N, July 20-(UP)-- ill-snury .rontheA .rm-'s-m
William Gordon. in Paralso who Ulioaite oil man Caloste Sarkis n on t use arndi m a
`M charged with struggling Gbenklnr one of the world's time ch.t r y f W H
with, and strlkint a uniformed riebet men who vowed he would W 5 AliwterS h 1 O FTEYSTACK"Ush"
Qanal Zone policeman and try- live to be 106, died today in the svi y a siter anh brot u the oled sirmgt the
ing to take illegal possession Of Hotel Avis at the age of go. uer. a sister and bro t h C adshWb of the V
his service revolver. Gulbenkish had been bedrid- "
SThis case was bound ov den since December, 1053. with
for trial in the US. District drops and complications in a

burglary. garden. i g a Deathbed Statemen
The case today was the third Only a few meaths ago he
within a month and caused con- hired a jet-passensr plane for
siderable concern among Zone a trip to Pals. forL
PO me. M rtherrich mysteryman's 7
m ---e-on -. .-- clOst friends had not been a- O Br ib e^r y In MI
Young Sheridan ware he was near death, so great
Swas his tlove for sol.tude. WASBI mTON, Jly 20 (UP) of what he did with more than
Golins In Fight GuMenkaas NsO and heir, -Senat Investigators drama- $13,000 in cash in .1962-53.
^H ,., n .MNubar Gulbenklan, was visiting t l s modu! a deathbed In testimony last month, Lev
T'OWrU R.coV.e r yLolmon hi father died. st yesterday accuse i denied he ever paid "one broken
I-wT114 .- haed publicity. mn i eaca aker Harry Lev cent' in bribes but was unable
WiliUam r. rdan, M, who| ThIs fated iany intriguing ofr government officials to recall hoigbe spent the mon-
has been il l at Gorl ge about the tfe he hid so on contracts ey. '
Hospital g a skull trae- the world.. he ent was signed by Yesterd tal unitedd a long
ture tncmqrrd when he fell from Ihad newspaper Hym an of St. Louis, a list of gifts and loans to rela-
an elevated fordlift while work- elected from bhis former eplhoye of Lev's Mid- tives and employes to sh o w
ing in Alb was considered hote He liked to do busd- CGi Uf R Cap Co., in Chl- Where it wen.
to be "im gvl" today., asssa 1 a park bench. For dec- e.. tai dgys before he died One of t mployes, who rb-
The 17- '-old youth l. the a he observed the same of ep on el .une 20. relved $5,000 or 500 cash, was
son of Public Defender William sbhed@ta day after day. wth the letter by 0ol. Were Painter, an Army
J. heqdap, Jr. '- e s an N t coslet r, i taestigating sub,- rmtmtet officer before, he
e easmployed by F. Ru- o U.S. lof DW Lev denied the wa to work for laev. Tasp-
adeenom for the summer vaca- Ai for a fabulous oath. aker debd this repnzI d
tiu and wafr w bo in t 4 :1 loM, tn was a gamblui t for services Painter
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talned the statement from Roe- Lev said. "lSnce the ladt meet-
kin, Lev's plant manager for a Ing, I'm no more a million-
number of years, as okin as alre."
dying of cancer of the throat Weintr ub, who lives In New
in a St. Louis hospital. York, refued to give his home
He said Roukin wrote tp let- address In public because of
ter two years before but his what he called "past thwts on
family wanted it withheld un- y life."
il after his death. He tl i~d he wau mps
He said Roskin, who was un- ed from hn governor et )obEt*
able to speak, confirmed the er he rejected several t Lev
letter a paragraph at a time bribe atItepts. He aid le wa
from his bed by noddin his Ccused of .con e al fI aet
head. He then signed fore he had bm are r 0S
a notary public. theft.
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FlOICIN REPRESENTATIVE. JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC.
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9IfE MAIL BOX-
gTei M l leIs, an open forum tor readers at The Panama Americk.
are received gratefully mad ore Ihandled I a wholly cfedMtlial
N"a.
SIt you contribute a letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't apper the
%.Eday Letton er published in the order received.
Flese try to keep the letesn limited to one page length.
Idetity of better written is held in stritest confidence.
' This @ per assmesm no respoasliblity for statements as apImle
in h alet IreI. rdwers.

C.Z. KIDS' "ENCORE"


-. I address this letter to the Public. By Public, I mean C
o n and women and children of Panama and the Canal Zone.
However, there Is a special group of persons to whom I i
ess myself tp particular. I speak of the composers of the I
rs vwh dh- ec d the actions of the Canal Zone teen-ag
the Eaafer a3W ys; letters printed In this Mail Box; 1
a about our "penitentiary-bound teen-agers."
Folks, teen-4gefs of every generation have been critical
ly for their actions. Somehow though, most of them ml
to.grow'into decent adults. You adults, If you'd look bh
: your younger days, hazy and far away as they may see
rbably will find that you raised a little hell once too.
But, to get baci to my story. As usual, the so called "ba
cUons of today's teen-agers are always publicized and critlciz
Sseeums to bp a common fact of life that most often the go
:a aUties and actions of a social group go unheralded, and th
i isetakkes and wrong actions are exaggerated by the backfen
I want to turn the tables and write about a pralisewort
action of a group of today's teen-agers; something worthwh
mad wonderful that a group of Panama and Canal Zone you
people are doing here and now right in front of your noses.
These people deserve to be praised, and supported by all
r A few of you characters who jump to conclusions about t
al Zone young people "going to the dogs" should bow yo
in shame and re-pattern your opinions about kids in ge
They aren't so bad as you think.
'If you are still wondering what praiseworthy "thing" I a
irig to, I will proceed to ease your curiosity. I am talk
the variety show "Encore" that will soon be presented
lbea theater.
S young jmen and women I have been talking about a
,. alan1 acting in, designing, and producing this sho
ask no reward, except your support for this worthy cau
the proceeds of the July 21 show will be donated to the Me
Fund.
re-you wondering if I have my facts straight, or why I a
concerned?
.I know the people who are working on the show, and I ha
ed them spend hours on end putting the acts together al
rsng. Because I know what it Is, I admire them and b
that they deserve a big hand.
..people, you have the hands with which to applaud this sho
you can probably find an old dollar bill somewhere In yo
ra or purse with which to purchase a ticket.
Please don't think that I am trying to give this show son
p ublicity.-. There ain't a soul concerned with the show wJ
ever know who wrote this letter.
You can blame Bruce Quinn for Encore. It is his dream. B
his dream into the hearts of a large group of young pe
re at the beginning of the summer, and look at what h
the help of these kids, a show has been fashioned o
-#B an youth, youth, that wonderful miracle mater
'at e made of when we are young. .
SWell, I have shot my wad folks, and now I can cle.
Go bel wiuld. say, "Well.,.. there- you are.. : a pre
and heat's the shOW." I hope you enjoy it fdit .
s-. Myrte


.elrlef year, show little effect of that expert.
i as abe thrusts W sword.into a bull in a Renosa, Mleico,
SBefre a capaclf crowd, she killed two bulls and received
ear4 ad tall-a *Ugb hon for any matador. ..


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C .Sth..d- Mr. Hunter
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0 Domestic slave 45 Seines
31 Bamboolke 47 Charge for
grass passage
5 Greek letter 48 Roman road
8 Social insect 49 Interpret
0 Accomplish. 51 Seven
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0 While 52 Before
2 Eater 54 Harvest
3 Withered goddem s
4 Genus of true 55 Burmee wood
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'Labor News

And
Comment


By VICTOR RIEuEL
It would take unforgivable cal-
lousness to tail to report even at
this latA date that one of the final
acts of tne Hoover commission
was to warn that millions of fam-
ilies are menaced by serious dis
ease from filthy and contaminated
poultry.
With vacation time on us and
cold fried and roasted chicken,
duck and turkey being packed into
millions of picnic uau summer
lunches, it is almost criminal to
permit an unnoticed section of
Herbert Hoover's findings to stay
Duried under millions ox words.
Some of his researchers dis-
covered and reported that this
column has warned of for more
than a year-that "poultry or
poultry dishes cause about one out
of four cases of food borne ass-
ease. Environmental sanitation
and handling in poultry packing
plants is in many stances de-
plorable .. ."
T h i s substantiated charges
made by the AFL's Amalga-
mated Meatcutters and Butcuer
Workmens' Union after its nation-
al officials and this columnist in-
vestigated rackets and filth con-
ditions in this virtually uninspect-
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We found that while there are
hy national programs to protect us
ille from polio, tuberculosis, diabetes.,
ng mental illness, cancer and even
the common cold-there is still
of no program to save American
families from serious sickness A'
the caused by filthy, contaminated
pur and diseased poultry. Some of this
n- poultry dies in coops, or on the
way to the packing plants or in
am dingy rooms behind stores, yet It
ng is still sold to consumers.
at This is not to say that the en. i B i
tire industry is filthy. There are
are many well known brands which
)w. are Impeccable.
se. But the industry as a whole has
_- thousands of small operators who By PETER EDSON
must clean themselves up as the
m meat industry did decades ago,
In fact, so clean is the meat pack. t
Se ing industry now that one high WASHINGTON -(NEA)- One the Russians may want to bring declared in a recent press con-
nd exeu tive recently suggested fr of the most futile sports in Wash. up, the United States will not ference:
e vting Upton Sinclair out of rew -ngton these hot July days and want to discuss. And vice versa. I
tirement se southweste to do a ni"'ta has been to speculate on Secretary of State John Foster "We don't intend to discuss sub-
Smodern sequel to amated Jungle. wnst will come out of the Big'Dulles has mentioned "the activi- stantive problems. But this ques-
ur tter and mButlgamr Workme Four conference at Geneva. ties of international communism"i tion might come up. Where would
undo Brot .,I he o .diB,^nro the and "Eastern European satellites" we find the best group, the best
ne ionst tI t addition of Mrshe Some of the advance experting as causes of tension. The Rus- channel or the best method to
ho OvIndustry the atetion o f Mr has been utterly fantastic. Yet it sians will consider this no busi- place this prdlem to come
Welare C nH l ; SlcreGneral has served to build up a super- ness of the other powers. up with an answer that at least
He Scheele, spt aneur eon eper.. or optimist that world peace and we can start studying?"
o- government agencies to push the complete disarmament will result. President Essenhower and Sec-
completion.an d an location of Oretary Dulles have both said that That Is The Most to expect
eia losanit aton co eOld hands at this international the question of reunification of 'from Geneva. It will define a Cm.
ut here is something called the conference business are. skeptical Germany would be discussed. hated s of problems which ea0 b
Mal "u.s .nuea Wolesom of any such outcome. Some eeun- There i increasing evidence, how, be ta lfate at le I
A... sn -ess Clodes hi dWwa de G a ever, that ay epane asn wfehh
Sbe' ts lede nextdl t by tA% lltfW me R t ussias walt'- t mar oh'
I Mr bb ard shed abea a lo-ta orei ee 6M inT 'e Germany will not be given to the whob et-deal wAth sp Ioew b
so thI Bu t years., op honors li this field three major western powers, but leman e ke the Far East ana d-
How d ately these codes largee still given to the Bermuda directly to German Chancellor Ad- armament.
Howd "-" b "st" tesecodes-w conference of Eisenhower, Church. enauer in Moseow later on.
needed is best revealed hat l1 and Bidault in December, 1953. 1 As Secretary Dulles has said:
S ispcorn o pous y. osbn ult Nothing came out of that but On the other hand, the Russians "It may take weeks,. month and
inspection is en.rely voluntary. I cliches and platitudes. may want to bring up problems years to solve these problems."
Few poultry dealers or packers' relating to CommninusltChin a, 1-
mUst su i t t inspection. We There Will, however, be a lot rea, Formosa and Indochina. Sec. Geneva is -therefore simply an
mu speon. of power around the table when retary Dulles has said flatly: "I.exploratory conference. It will
to .fud that in .som plants the Eisenhower, Eden, Faure and Bul- would not expect Far Eastern' seeek new paths and new ways in
S t ton sme p ctor gt h anin sit down together. It will be questions to come up." which to approach problems that
th raoe comes a minute even in the first peacetime-or at least the have defiedsolution for the pat
ents r hose ow rs want to be first cold war conference of the On the number one topic of dis-, generation. f thbe Big Four ind
ants ose owners wa beads of government. armament and control of atomic these paths, they will conquer the
scrupulously Clean. Some of the causes of tension weapons, President Eisenhower Summit.


There just aren't enough U.S.
Inspectors of any kind around to
handle this part of the nation's


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S the tMte LU

NWg McCarthy's cost e wer and th .
dm f d, oBz Char ig-hlanded manner i* s
oft Wi. e .aWon Were thud. -,,
at daY. "What Is the iddries
a Republicanasde- V. 'MoDavitt?" Ban W
feated or re-election last ftll In ar w
the wave 4 uatl-McCatlis "Do I have to a f t
that. l some ats of Wito.- large man from Ok lkhi
a inand ta t has bes look almost beeecnty t
ing ar a pb.A. t he applied to n011 Johnston o th
a State Department, but got n. who presided. ...
where. .,
Now, strsaeli he has tume.d "You were aske tdhe u
ui as C g y adviser toNhear epied Chairman J
Who Itemse an the direc staf -
SNelson Rockefaller, in charge I Barnes reached laet
of Eisenhower'a psychological pocket. HiB hand *l
warfare. Rockefeller has vigorous- ead out a notebook with S
ly opposed McCarthy and all he of George McDavit t
stood or, and White House insid- Street In Wais -
era say he didn't want to take ,
the strong McCarthy supporter. McDavitt isn -the chef Wr
However, t was considered good officer of the Small Busineuas
political strategy. ministration who, it was elatmed
Kerster is the man who brought was firluf civil service m. poyes
the quickie divorce case of Kordasass security rQiks n Nas shoe
vs. Kordas before McCarthy when merely because he wanted to
he was a local Wisconsin Judge. make room for political fred
L Inside kthe Federal Commud.- His addrese-whlch may explain
cautions Commission Some time why Barnes was so reluctant to
ago, when Christian I. Rogers, reveal It-was the build own
former aidle to McCarthy, was ap. ed by the famous American F a
pointed assistat to Chairman Me- cist and anti-Semite Allen EoL
Connaughey of the FCC. It was
hotly denied that Rogers would Zoll is founder of the American
have any influence. Patriots. lted o nn the ,tt .n,


Already two friends otf McCarthy
are FCC commsasloners--Robert
E. t o. hbo 'hd matrmind
McCarthys below-the-belt caai-
against tok T og a
S a T..a n Dir of
W =s.in wo had' artbx'sa
suppo-t for FCC appoinnent tOn
top of this, Rogers whoihad been
on McCarthy's staff, was appoint-
ed assistant to the new chairdian.
Despite denials. that Rogers,
would have any .fluence. he's
no jated to fill one of the key
peodons In the entire FCC-chie
of the 'roatest Bureau.
In charge of the broadcast bu-
reau at sent is Cartis Plum-
mer, a Republican from Maine.
Plumd mr. -however, *as appoint-
ed .by the Dmnoc _ts an, al-
though- a good R mblcan, was
oro ma-4d bry tiB Democrats.


ber, wl* tWepruenore the man
whet wl upo- whit applicants
will receive rdio Jises a ad TV
licenses wora mliona. It's the
most important job in the F

RCA-Victor who picks the hi hits
for Perry Como and Eddie Fisher.
Guessed right on 7 million sellers
this year and 22 -in the last 3
seasons The Saturday Re-
view qotes this description of
Katie Hepturn's high cheek bones:
'The greatest calcium deposit
since the white cliffs of Dover
S. Using TV programs merely as
traers for upcoming movies will
never take the ilae of enter-


ora's list of B mrmne,
ascit, and the bft *a tb
security officer charg- with
scrutUpalng alleged,
in the Smat BusIaess'
tol red to tbe o. Mood
wit i disturbed the
as it did so Barnes.
Zol's Rebru.
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o 1has toulte a, reO. HHe
Pketed radio station. WMCA*. in
Nw York when 4refwed le.
Init Father Coughlia to broadcast.
He raised mon or Mra K,
Hart and for j
tutional educate ebi.
a of Mc',OI
ut ."ti Guardla
an mos co-au a it
Ma ews, he publ jv


NcDAvitt as tesfe tat he
ftht met Zoea iJ rm. a
room in his .iau I98, would
not talk about hin s ax-wfe
once worked for tolU, said he kept
files on 75,000 persons, many -f
them not m government.
That's how another disIple 'of
McCarthyism is operating Ip
Washington,
Washiagl Pipelne *


dan bee Chapter of theW alter W inchell In New York The Nw.. Timetaffers appar- irmtact thear on
oov t:nmisslon Task Force .- gently enjoy -. w od-weldngs Born arm supports. ..-- .v in-
Repor4 on Federal Medical Ser. o here. Used "hoe-okum" the other specters have found that some yel.
ie ThreIs the following on "morning That paper has also low dyes, used in margarine, are
Paces 81 a d 82 THE BROADWAY BREEE spell 5 out of th top 6 tunes comeNew York. "The Empire City," decided to go in for more gossip harmful to the health. However,
Federal nation of meat from the movies. "Rock-Around it is revealed that the first Gover- about celebs. Its Hollywood branch margarine producers have come
contrasts in form as well as in Comic Dick Shawn, Gseue the Clock" (from "Blackboard nor of Our Town was disliked has orders to supply scads of 3- up with a new product, called see.
cost with its Inspection of poultry Mackenzie and Wally Cox (to- Jungle"); "Unchained Melod y" because be liked to wear femme dot stuff. (No-hum) ... A coast tin margarine. which will offer
Whereas about four-fifths of the gether) earned over $500,000. in from "Unchained'); "Cherry clothing in public. historian aptly nutshelled. mar- better competition to butter. It
notion's meat is slaughtered and 1954. All are Arthur Godfrey Tal- Pink and Apple Blossom White" triages of actors to aetresse: won't go rancid, or melt when
backed under compulsory meat ent Scout losers! The winners (on (from "Underwater"); "So me. The lunacy of ratings: "I love "Their careers give them time for hot.... e Pentagon reports that
section. Federal poultryin- their losing nights) are a mechan- thing's Gotta Give" (from "Dad- Lucy" has alternate sponsors. For everything except each other" the famed British Royal Air Force
ctio not oly is voluntary but ic, a housewe and a part-time dy ong Legs"); 'Honey Babe" one the show is No. a among the The readleading to Bette is in bad- shape. Because the Brit-
alis financed by fees from users female wrestler .. Diana Wal- (from "Battle Cry) "Davy top ten. For the other sponsor itiDavis' home in Maine is named Ish have been concentrating on
of the service and covers lees ker (of the Mayor James J. -Wal- Crockett" (When the tally is ins dives to 10th place Shee "Witch Way" Johnny John- turning out commercial atrlers,
than.one-fifth of the nation's comr ket e elan) started divorce action may be the biggest song hit of all North will Play a straight dramat. ston and Gene Baylte kidded Mar- the RAF actually has fewer de.
ercial poultry supply lin Miami. He is aNew York oil time Sold over a million ic role in 9'Woman of the Woods" tin & Lewis (as single acts at La able fighters now than dur.
"The oultry industry has man named Button. Diana was in copies and nearly 7 million re- Spectators report that the Vie) and went over so good ig the Battle of Britain. To hol-
doubled in size since 1940 (it Is the .Zlegfel Follies Car 's cordings. The song, simultaneous. only false note in 'The Shrike" the Flamingo (Vegas) booked str British air defenses, the Unit.
now a $4,000,000,000 a year in Vanities, in "The omen" ton ly, rang The Bell an 3 fields-Pap. Is the syupy finale. Jose Ferrer, them for November at P500 as a ed States will soon give the Brit
dustry-V.A.) to become the third Broadway) and n baue with ular, Western and'Kiddle. .Sales they add demonstrates what team El Basse's warning: Ish some of the latest American
largest source of gross farm in.- Peter Lind Hayes. Reporters can are expected to triple makes act an art .. L. m. "Don't sm6ke in bed. The ashes Sabrejet fighters and 53 jet
come I confirm at the Hotel Bal Harbour, perale (onu. 44th Street) en. on the floor may be You!" bombers.
Miami Beach .. Harry Delmar's We now present a brief epi yin packed ouss-reardless
I"Diseases common to poultry wife (Peggy Kopper) is divorcing titled: "The Folly of Luxury." L of e temperatures. Excellent l ILL
and man-espeially the salmon- him at Vegas. Se will return toTaylor's baby was gifted with acuisine ... T, ry Moore's curious SIDE GLANCES By Colbraiti
ella pastro intestinal bacteria the stage. He will stage her act. rattle made of mink and c h I n praisal of her latest Cupudoodl ......--
infections-are almost as signifl- (Real chummy' Senator Lyn: chila "Caan"C keeps dis- We like each other too much to -
cant in number and severity as don B. Johnson recently strick- covering gold beyeng Broadway's get married' .Gwen Verdon is *
diseases common to animal and en, had his best day. The problem borders. Grossed $40,000 last wetk more lookable-than her Dhoto lIa. .
man Both the U.S. Livestock is how to keep him quiet .Gmi a in Washington Portal El- dictate Gobel topped Gleso '
Sanitary Asn. and the Conference Sala, who crashed the Hollywood son's routines at. Ben Seir are big the athat surveys. That e
of State and Territorial Health Heavens (first role with Rock Hud. time .. Ava Gardner spurned igoeny of being on Top. Being Top. V ,
Officers recommend that state son) is Joan Saglo, until re- the Doris Day role in "L ove .. F or the so name tribe: '
and local governments strengthen cendy a eiggie-gal at the Stork Me Or Leave Me." The flicker DA .elpf, author of the
their poultry inspection and sani- Club. is now 'rated an Academy con- Btlomery abow. .
station programs tI tender Noel Coward's obser- -
"But as yet only a few states Oneof the Stem's chorines an- vati n about Mar e Dietrich: Clark Gable's marriage remind
have compulsory poultry inspect. touinced she was Jeavia the ashe to.cap on the mod- ed the Sardi's set of the tite .be
tion. Especially in view of the chorus to try for a coast *nn-'ern iusloW thatex is a ue -'starred In "Mop ambo," made ia
recent growth of the poultry in.t-' t "It,'s a big chance." she ,d usa of i Bsti -. (X tt the wlds of Africa rae
dustrv we do not believe we can "t what have I got to lose. you in dst k) Tony Mar- el, allegdlY toting a king-si ed
expect the states alone to provide Hollywood" tin has ma lle wit e-word fr Ga -wated them
needed cntrols8 grtan meow'd another, song titles An4lthar crooners. I a.bing an ephamtin the i 1
If you're not worried about your "not your reputationl His mst eeo t : "rues," act fl i h ears.
family's. Mr: Hoover's call fr Paul Moi Is probly Broadway's Addashremind me f
action should be supported tallest paid. sparkler. He. geta a ton ad.Trry Gibbs Band at The
ary (p..l..a. 'e otftybe Basin St .. Co clus Say to
______ _____ gross) at t te W Wis When At ftst Don't Succeed Nancy .In "B ) is .
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LOVELY LADIES MODEL THE LATEST IN EVENING DRESSES at a fashion show and tea last week, at the Army-Navy Club,
FPt Amador. The models, above, are members of the Ft. Clayton and Ft, Amador Officers. Wives' tba, who aspOsored the proe
i gram. Gracing the gowns of five Panama City dress shops are: (left to right), Mrs. Victor Oddl, Mrs. Robert W. Johnson, Mi '
George W. liggUns and Mrs. Robert R. Sine. Below, Mrs. Johnson models a shortwaist dress.


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Nevada Convicts' Sit-Down Strike

Hinges On Demand To See Governor


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CARSON CITY, Nev., July 20'
(Upi-.Hungry convicts at the
Nevada State Prison, on sit-
dowh strike in the exercise yard
since Monday afternoon., weatedl
out a demanded conference with
Gov. Charles Russell yesterday.
Almost two-thirds of the pris-
as'.'. ORO IrnntaAn A ftaea r


room and began milling a-
round. Prison personnel, fear-
ing they might begin fighting
among themselves, fired %aaln-
gle tear gas bomb into the
room to clear it.
In neither instance was there


Teller Embezzled $82,000

To Purchase 'Little Things'
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CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 20 "I intended to pay it all back,"
(UP) -A $65-a-week bank teller Siemer said. "All the time I
admitted yesterday he embezzled planned to get even with the bank.
money for "little things," t h e n "After we bought the home up
got himself deeper in trouble when here, we started sending money in
he tried to win back his losses by I' -.m""nt to two ba nk ac-
playing the ponies, counts in Canton. We figured we'd
By the time he was through, j~dy DarK ail I stole."
according to the Staten Island, 'The FBI refused to confirm his
Bank & Trust Co., he had taken'story, but said it was "checking
$82,143. But John Calvin Siemer. on the case."
24, the confessed embezzler, said Siemer fled his job last Septem.
the amount was "no more than her and brought his family to
$60,000." nearby South Amherst, 0.h io,
Stemer was arrested Monda y where they bought the drab, con-
night at the cheap country .home crete-block home for $3.500 cash.
he..had bouht since.he d 'his When the. FBI searched. the plaee
J 1gMgnday.. %t tey found $2A70
Shidde in th rater, Simmer-said
w, charged withconspiracy, it was all that remained.
ao was taken into custody. "I got restless," he explained
Their three youngsters, ranging from his jail cell here. "I wanted
in age from 2 to 5, were trans- to go to work in Liberia, but when
ferred to the country receiving I couldn't get a job there I took
home. the position at the bank.
"I got less money than they
any evidence of rioting or de- promised," he said, "and I had
strucidn offixtu nto do general fluoky work. Final-
struction of fixtures. ly, I dipped in the till to make a
The prisoners' demands in- bet on the horses."
eluded conferences with the The couple waived preliminary
governor and with newsmen; hearing before Commissioner Her-
changes in parole application bert A. Horn and agreed to return
procedure; better food; more to New York. Horn set bond of
work in order to shorten their $50,000 for Siemer and $5,000 for
terms; a new captain of the his wife. He said authorities were
guard; lower prices in the pril- agreeable to her release without
on commissary; different proce- bond, however, because she is 7ka
dure on prisoners given solitary months pregnant.
confinement; and assurances of If convicted, each face a $5,000
no reprisals for the strike, fine and five-year prison sentence.
The family adopted the name
NO QUEEN MacTavish when they moved to
South Amherst. They I Iv e d in
MONTAGUE, Mich. (UP) squalor in their new home. There
Michigan's Celery Promotion As- was no kitchen, and they cooked
sociation decided not to pick a op a hot plate. The unfinished in-
celery queen as part of Its tenor was littered with soiled
promotion campaign this year. clotes and canned goods. Two can-
"It's not that we don't like queens, vas "safari" chairs were the only
but our promotion this year will furniture in the living area, al-
concentrae on quality," said the though a new television set stood
association president, Ed Weesies. on the opposite end of the roon.


on's am8nmates a u ivr"u
through 9C-degree heat and 50- '"-*er
degree chill early yesterday
morning to enforce 12 demands ':
for better conditions.
The major demand, a confer- -
ence with the governor for air-W
lng their grievances, was still
up in the air. Oov. Russell flew
back to Reno from Las Vegas I .
and motored to Carson City, but
wet to a meeting of the State
MllkBoar d without announcing
wbether'he would make-the two-
Wile'trip out to the prison.
earlier Russell said he would
talk*e whatevere action I deem I.... ......
nece ry.', : .: .- :
T oe viects, who had ere-
ated almost no disturbances
beyond refusal to return to
telr cells. said the conferen-
eCs Wass their "ke~y" demand.
"If they the prisoners back
down on that, they have lost
thbir fight," a convict member
of the regularly elected "griev-
ague" committee said. None of
the three committee members
took 'part in the strike
the 222 sbrlking convicts re.
fused to line up for dinner fol-
lowing their regular exercise
period Monday.
They presented their list of
demands through the "grievance"
committee and spent the night
lnthe yard clad only in dunga-
reps pnd thin T-shirts. None had
Jackets and only a few far-
aight6d prisoners who remenm-
baed to bring alone candy bars
had anything to eat..
_Two minor incidents, both just
be o dawn this morning, were
tH aeiycts of .violence report -
NEW YOaW-.-- (NUA) The wol *0. .tW baa undergone a preat chauesince the flapper era.
Sof-4te striking convicts But same M ainsabout it ars baOle:b t no detalli ler color. The wool knit suit in
-ats-a email etffee and ice vivid a$lu olors (or In Mack, w ss) baa been appeal g on the beaches for several Bus-
foadjoiulnz the ever-" mrs at. But now foVIl-pn Wwool has boen added In StSculptured to the body tn-
S helped emselves tours. Wq (left) Gretas PU ,a one-leaved tube mu retr wool knit. This lps
_. su of l*e misgt t e ._in-ale. j. I.eg .r. T me f. m..Woal., (bght) by Gantner is
"some of the Is" n MLb..eof w _, nd gre Ther&. -%uW alesthi below the wabt
tn a sal reratia a e_-n-l.t the b a-kW mbl wais
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marched her
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was exonerated
rof as blame


S~ezes, who told
Ail4 lng of, can-
Ift.han Bt bunting for
lae ca ie home
midnight last
".t' Dd found her ou .little
The .vit, curvsome Nancy
Peaton,* '. r in a shoe repair
and Vale a.11s7 clad only in
her palia when the fatal
shot w fr .he- died in the
hoe 060.6 of a .22
cal r slug I he* R chest.
Then, in a bizarre twist several
hours afterward Mrs. Ha y nes
cross-examined her husband so
vigorously before the coroner's ju-
ry that s e won a verdict of acci-
dental death.
Mrs. Haynes and her husband.
Willis, a 32-year-old door-to door
vacuum cleaner salesman, to ld
conflicting stories of the shooting.
Haynes who had rented the one-
rooms "efficiency" apartment here
in the name of Mr. and Mrs.
Haynes, said his wife forced him
to watch as she shot Nancy while
the girl ran to cover herself with
a robe.
Mrs. Haynes declared the gun
went off accidentally when the
red-head cursed and slapped at
her. She insisted she did not in-
tend to shoot.
An all-male coroner's jury with
six members ruled the shooting
was accidental after Mrs. Haynes,
pacing back and .forth like a trial
lawyer, questioned her husband
about his intimacies with the slain
girl.
She drew from him the admis-
sion that he had been to the apart-
ment he shared with the shapely
redhead as 'often as twice a day.
Haynes also admitted his wife had
asked him about a television set
and washing machine he h a d
bought for his girl friend.
"Is it not true that rather than
show four little girls a little plea-
sure you spent your money on
Miss Penton?" she demanded.
Haynes replied, "No,"
The husband also admitted un-
der his wife's questioning that he
had bought a pistol for Nancy be-
cause "she was afraid." But he
denied be told her to use it on his
wife if she came to the apart-
ment.
Haynes, a balding man, said his
wife knew he had been living with
the redhead. He said they had
talked about waiting until su m-
mner.to decide about a divorce or
le06 sepa atlMon.

fice "has'o retchedo a determine
tion as yet" whether to take the
case to a grand jury. He said the
matter is still under consideration.
Miss Penton was a native of
McClain, liss. Mrs, Ha y nes
comes from Belzoni, Miss.
Mrs. Haynes, who said her doc-
tor told her recently she had can-
cer afid had only about a year to
live, told police Nancy often tele-
phoned her to describe gifts
Haynes had given her.
According to the stories the hus-
band and wife told police, Haynes


MSWE RFD'-PremUer An-
,dras Hegedus, above,. is re-
,ported missing after a run-in
'with Matyas Rdkosi, Hungarian
Communist strongman. An Aus-
trian newspaper reported a
: growing undercurrent of rebel
lion, with Red police instituting
a ca empaign of te rror to cru
SIncipient revolt..


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SEE.IN .
met Nancy last Tah uakagq Day, Authorilties
at an apartment wMlee i ha d vestigating the ar,
gone to sell a vacuum cleaner. ty blonde MiNaml-
.They began .s.a emel other$ today to hend bet td
often and last .rbH, haykesa, who band to trial In either Mgland
lives la suburban Arlgton, Va., or Polk County.
rented a room la Wasl ,ptum. He Thomas Mann Jr., 33-year old
brought Nancy her*. .ech evening, former Miami policeman, Con.
returning to bo;'Aulhgto a bome fessed to Highlands County ad-
each night. thorities yesterday he strangled
Mrs. Haynesl*il what to work his 26-year-old wife, 1everly Jonds
at a mail sorter (i thd Arlington Mann, daughter of a well to-do
Post Office, got A maid to. keep Miami appliance dealer, and led
her four girls, aged 3, 5, 7 and 9. officers to a shallow, s a n d y
Mrs. Pasquale a-ccola, the grave, 18 miles south of here.
land-lady at the Washingion a- Mann was charged formally in
apartment house, said Haynes and a first degree murder warrant last
Nancy were "like two kids, always night, indic eating he will bea
giggling with each other." brought to trial here.
"She was the prettiest thing," But Polk and Dade Country au-
Mrs. Darcola said. "She had red thorities searched for any discre-
hair-people called her 'Reds'- pancies in his story that might
and she had a wonderful figure." provide legal loopholes for him to
Mrs. Haynes saw Nancy several gain freedom.
times and tried to breakup the Meanwhile, a pathologist at
triangle, according to police. Last Lakeland was performing a diffi-
night was the maid's night out so cult autopsy on the decomposed
Mrs. Haynes asked her husband to body of a young woman that ap-
come home early' and take care parently had lain in the g r a v e
of the children. near Lake Placid for se ven
When the mother came home months, to establish tle woman's
shortly after 11 p.m. she found identity and also seek to deter-'
the girls alone. She told police she mine how she died.
took a nine-shot .22 calibre revol- Mann insisted he didn't mean to
ver, wrapped it in a paper bag i.ll his wife on the night of last
and went to bring her' husband Dec. 6, shortly after they disap-
home. feared from Miami to ride toward
Ocala.
"I knew where to find hbi m," He said she became hysterical I
she said. while they were discussing a di-
The wife waited outside the a- vorce and grabbed the steering
apartment house until her husband wheel of' his car."
came out about 12:45 a.m. to get Mann said he grabbed her In a
into his car. She took the gun out "judo" hold he had learned as a
of the bag and forced him to re-. rookie policeman and that he must i
turn to the room where the half- have held it too long. I
nude Nancy had remained. I He returned to Miami I a st
Haynes said his wife ordered week after wandering "in and out
him to sit down on a couch in the of the state" for seven months and i
one bedroom kitchen apartment later made arrangements through
and then shot Nancy who w as an attorney to surrender to au-
lying on the bed. She put the pis- thorities here.
tol on the top of the piano and
left, he told police. SHATTERING EXPERIENCE
Mrs. Haynes, however, said she
ordered the couple to sit on the WEIDMAN, Mich. (UP) -
couch. She said the girl refused Robert Aiwood told state police a
and, cursing, lunged at her. She twin engine jet plane flew so close
said she grabbed the girl's paja- to the ground that the rear window
ma top just as Nancy struck at: of his late model car was shattered
her and the gun went off. bJ the noise.


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.recat stuas get famous autobiography Is set to be pub-
night consider Alan Dale. His lished in the fall. The Uif this:
new t, "Sweet and Gentle," sin er has led should guarantee it
$ t record and his current'a place on the best-seller lists .
Cal, is the 13th record .Den.se Lor's newest, "St. Ca;her-
ny he's worked ,or. That's Ine," is based on an old French
quite a few nights, spinster's prayer Allegro-
-- !IRoyale has signed 12 young Metro-
U. "rd business is screwy., politan opera artists, in a move to
anybody. Ask, for example, grow with the growth of youthful
SMiller. I'll tell you. But performers Roy Hamilon's'
the boss of Columbia record of "Unchained Melody" is
s, will point out a few super- good, but not up to the way he does
ewy aspects to the record the number on a nightclub floor-
sjllaess that many people don't'the very powerful singer appears
realize. with a steel chain and breaks it as
"It is a very unbusinesslike ho finishes the song.
b siness," says Mitch. "It is the --
y business I can think of where Dick's Picks: Mindy Carson has
5 big compamles virtually support;a lovely rendition of the beautiful
Sir completion from the little old song, "Wake the Town and Tell
Sipalies." the People" (Columbia). Others:
re are, today, deoens of small "Mama, El Baion" (The Paulette
JWrd companls., Borne are doing Sisters, Capitol); "Guitar Mambo"
y well, More records are (The Esquire Boys, Dot); "The
issued eak Woek than ever Yellow Rose of Texas" (Mitch
f1pe. Miller, Columbia); "The Longest,
SIt's easy to start a record com- Walk" (Jaye P. MorgaK, RCA);
ny" Mitch says. "Just pick up "Only. You" (The Platters, Mer-1
A "b tone, call Columbia or one of curyi; "No Baby I You"'
hbig companies, and ask to rent (Chuck Miller, Capitol).
bhir studios. It costs $50 an hour. Pleasant libuips to stack on your
n the cost of the tape. That player on a hot night: "Music for
the crack engineers we a Summer Night' (Boston Pops
have. You get the same high qua- Orchestra, RCA); "Offenbachiana"
Ilty sound we get. (RIAS Symphony, Remington);
-.-. -- "The Cavalcade of Music"
IPV TOPPERS (D'artega and His Orchestra,
TV TOPTRs Cavalcade); "Forever the Waltz"
Groucho Marx (NBC-TV): On (Vien na Bohemian Orchestra,
learning a contestant was from RCA). I
-Lpland): Lapland I al- For a hot classical night: "Rest-
hays thought that was where all ful GOOD Music" (Stokowski and
hd secretaries went to when His Symphony, RCA); Tchalkov-
y ie sky's "Souvenir de Florence," Op.
70 (Winograd String Orchestra,
MGM);. Brahms' Serenade in A-1
"Then you call us up again, and Major, Op. 16 (Zecehl and the
.ai' the facilities of our custom Concertgebouw Orchestra, Epic).
r-ord division. That's the manu-1 __
sfur~ing end. We'll press your
u.laids for you. Same material,
S.m3te engineering as we use.
SIs Just as theugh General
would turn over its factory
somebody who wants to make -
.Can- you .imagine that
sat quietly for a moment,
ard quivering as he tried to
ae that happening. Then he
-t of something even 722
e record business is the only Pain strikes at the k
op art," he says, "where peo- Ta s ik th
are rewarded for imitating. place. That explains tbe large
are some artists who are number of headaches. a
quite popular, who've
y taken a record on a small,
opted it, note for note,
e.& bg hit,
-them'on he back. It's
sme &~4 an touihGenera
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it a screwy business. Ask!

Mitch Miller is quite excitedly
a ut bls latest discovery, a girl
amend Eileen Rodgers. She's just
t her first numbers for Colurn-'
Sand Mitch describes her voice
go s: "It's a low voice, but
re's fur on it."
he'Ull have to watch that in the
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many. When a house Is finished It is the custom to erqet on the
roof a colorfully decorated tree, whereupon the owner must treat
all hands. When the budget-conscious owner of this house refused,
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WODAT are Mis Gertrude SprAgue Carraway, left,
pSaTdeltTlpnral mt the Daghters of the American Revolution,
and. Mrs. James B. Patton, honorary president general. Both
ladies will be Rueata of the Canal' Zone Chapter for several days.
A number of events have been arranged in their honor, includ-
ing' S membership dinner tonight in the Fern Room of Tivoli
Goet- Rouse, and a. tea to.porlow afternoon at Albrook
Officers Club.
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PEN WVMk*' TO NTERTAIN VISITING OFFICIALS
OF DAB ON FRIDAY AT ARMY-NAVY CLUB LUNCHEON
The visiting officials of the Daughters of the American
Revolqyloak will .be honpred on Friday at luncheon at 1 p.m.
at the Army-Npwy Club, Ft. Anaidor, by the Canal Zone
Branch, te.le of A9Aerloen Pen Womes%,
p, ,hu fia waters who belong ti the Pea Women.
iw e0 lAnaomgue Carraway, the DAR President Gen-
qeal, j4iY.! a brief .lk at the slncheon on her experiences
as a r sit e n eaperwo in. ,
M1A* bt- .i Ten.Women are asked"td telephone Mrs.
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Children who wseh to enter the
program may register on the a-
bov, datesa.

HoI e Pars Rats

I Itway Proposal
SWASHINGTON July 0 (UP) -
The Hose Public Works Commit-
to'vbted yesterday to pare down
some of the new truck and tire
taxes-it previously roposedto
help pay for a record braking
hghway-building program.
It also voted to levy the new
taxes for 16 years instead of 15.
That would more than make up
the Treasury loss that would re-
sult from the.'trimming decisions.
again today to give final approv-
al to the 4811 billion dollar 12-year
road-building bill.
The pay-as-you-drive Democrat-
ic sponsored substitute for Presi-
dent Eisenhower's highway bill
was approved by the committee.
226, last Friday. But members a-
greed to reconsider the proposed
.tax rates.

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Amerleanized Chop Suey Is I-
expensive Main Dish


Coo OffiCers' Covered Db Supper By GAYNOR MADDOX -
1Wes' a1G Meet Planned At & obbe
The mbahhy meeting of the Co- The Ft. Kebbe NCO Wives' Club Here's a very American version
d Sol o Officers' Wives Club was plans a covered dish supper to- of chop suey. We found it in the
called to' order by the retiring morrow night. Husband are invit- home of Mrs. Allan W. Anger of
president, Mrs. J. Edwar Gibbs ed. Flushing, N. Y., who said, "I love
after a lovely luncheon at the ofl The "piece de resistance" of the tq entertain. But with a small son
fleers' club. evening will be a talk. "Panama and no help except what a busy
As I Know It," by Miss Dorothy husband can offer 1 have to keep
The new members were welcomed Briekman Assistal jt Dxeter of things simple. *
to the cli. They were: Mesdames the USO-JWB ,Amed Fies Berv. "All the young couples we know
Fuller, Man Beebe, Lee Smith, ice Center, an anehibltion of a are in much the, same situation,
Joan Thne, Dot Kane. Mickey native Panamanian f ak Lante r and our party suppers usually fea.
Andres, Elizabeth Evans, BettyI garbed in the native pallera and tre one good main dish, not ex-
Yarbrougb, Anonelle Steinbeing, montuna. pensive." -
Willie FFib, Le Gillan Francs Future programs will featUre -T his is her recipe for a favorite
Ios Spawkrity, Reale Diet,-Dr. Igo HBattqetu. dis'16 ..main dish which she an
ad ,i Ii edloua.eR b s 6 Ameticanized chop e
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a e Goodman and anaAre thi j '
Mrs. i Thorn. member (Makes 4 servings
A fare a gift, a silver fluted In Octobernew officers will be
dish was presented to Mrs. Thron,'elected for the succeeding six Oie half pound lean pork
the Commanding Officer's wife, months. (shoulder', cut in small pieces: 2
who has served ably asnd enthu- .tablespoons fat, 3 cups beef broth
elastically for the past two years I or 3 cups hot water and 3 bolil-
as the Honorary President of the' Ion cubs, 1 cup (>i pound) sliced
Clu. A crystal vase was present-. Mr. And Mrs. R. L. Johnson fresh mushrooms, I1V cups thinly
e Mrs. Gibbs for her fine job Announced Birth of Daughter sliced celery, a cup chopped cel-
as Present" for the past six Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. John- ery leaves, 1 cup thinly sliced on-
mon son of Gatun announce the arriv- ions, 2-3 cup thinly sliced green
Mr. Gibbs thanked the mem- al of a daughter, Patricia Marie, peppers, 1i teaspoons salt, % tea.
berse f her board and all the Ma- borL last Thursday, at Coco Solo spoon Worcestershire sauce, 3 ta-
py "omnittee heads and members Ho*sPital. blespoons quick cooking tapioca.
for thr cooperation and efforts Mr. Johnsen Is employed asa One and one-third cups (5 ounce
du her term of office. Lock Operator at Gatun Locks. package) packaged pre cooked
Urffller, whose husband is The baby's maternal grandpar- rice, % teaspoon salt, 1V cups
replacing Comdr. Eice, won the ents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph boiling water.,
dooc pVree of a pair of Chinese Fleishman of Ravena, Ohio. Mr. Saute pork in fat in heavy sauce-
Vaes and Mrs. David Fogle of Fort Gu. pan until browned. Add half of
The elections for the new Exe- lick are the paternal grandpar- broth, cover, and simmer until
cutiVe- *ard were held and the ents. meat is tender. Then add remain-
new earner installed are: Mrs. ing broth, vegetables, 1% tea-
Helen uirleil, President; Mrs. Mr. Dawsen Leaving spoons salt and Worcestershire
Pat PigU s, Viee-Presdent; Mrs. For States Tp sauce. Simmer 10 minutes longer,
Dorotby'aITreauurer: Mr s. .Mr. Michael J. Dawson of Pa- or until vegetables are tender but
Beveriy Burrus' Seeretar; and "ama City is leaving tomorrow for still crisp.
Mr Sylvia Crawford and Mr s. the States where he will attend Strain, reserving vegetables and
Pig. German, Members-at-large. the graduation of his brother, Her- meat in strainer or bowl. Meas-
Mrs Gibbs officially turned the bert Dawson, from the U. S. Mer- ure broth and add water to make
gave eve to the new President, chant Marine Academy. 2A cups. Return broth to sauce-
M;-ZAinlello, who made a short Michael will also visit his broth- pan. Add tapioca and bring to a
speqeh aa. closed the meeting. er, William Dawson, who is the ol, stirring constantly. Add
SCanal Zone appointee to the U.S. strained vegetables and meat.
Hebleirei ks W1i Naval Academy at Annapolis. Heat thoroughly.
Transfer To Paris The three brothers will return to- Meanwhile, add packaged pre-
An Army civilian couple w Ill gether to the Isthmus early in Au- cooked rice and ,A teaspoon salt
leave tomorrow en route to his st, to boiling water in saucepan. Mix
assipament with tie Joint Co n-I .. -just to moisten all fice. Cover and
atrue Ageney of the U. S. De- Disa Clarl's Exhibit remove from heat. Let stand 13
fense Department in Prance. Moved To Temporary Home minutes. Serve chop suey over the
Af many years with the Ar- 1 The native arts exhibit of Mrs. rice. 'erve with soy sauce.
my s the Pacific Side, engineer Diana Chiari de Grub e r has ..
T. J. Heidenreich and his wife moved from the Red Cross Build- a ffLui
pes are leaving tomorrow for ing in Cristobal and may now be Vm men Studies
eir new station at the JCA cen- seen at Dista's temporary resi- Ww i uW
ral office si Boulouge sar Setne, dence, 46 3% Street, New Cristo- .
a suburb o6 Paris-. bal. O H usinfgfl OI e s
Thoe i a ednreieh was
a EZn 1af e during most Cristobal Rainbow Assembly
o her yqr the Isthmus, Plan Midsummer Dance, July 30 CHICAGO -(UP)- Covernment
Ie ha&iee ttebing recently at Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Order at all levels is-oving to meet the
SInstiuto Panamericano in Pa -of the Rainbow for Girls will have housing needs of low-income per-
Dana City. an informal "Midsummer" dance sons past their prime, according
.- __. at the Gatun Masonic Temple on to the National Association of
Mhi Ptsher Gives Tea Saturday evening, July 30, for all Housing and Redevelopment Of.
For er -AtStealis Rainbow Girls, DeMolay Boys ficials.
".. 'and their guests. The association cited the follow-
At her Bea ,Viata home yester- Music for dancing will be fur- ing instances of activity in this
day. afternoon, Miss Donnalee nished by Larry Lane, the man field on the federal, state and lo-
MFb.eg wa. hostess at a tea boa- with the horn, and orchestra. cal levels:
r rag h- attendants and other Invitations have been issued to On a single day, 11 U. S. Repre-
assist at ier weddTM on members of Balboa Assembly No. sentatives introduced bills in Con.
I to Crawford BoUt 1. I and Pedro Miguel Assembly No: gress calling for a program to
Theb nptials will be at Ft. A- 3, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, house elderly persons of low in.
sadr qapelL 'and to the Atlantic and Pacific come.
The Public Housing Administra-
-a.....ci tion has approved a new project
for Sa Francisco, in which about
80 per cent of a total of 216 units
be set aside for older tenants.
i ltAA Bi_ A 6lmwas Intredud in the New
VY U'V SE York state. legslatre to reserve
G for the aged aertain percentage
achyusettaIsqats Considered a
proposal lto rw the amount of
"dtte aftt i oumllg for the aged.
SThe eiase corneal lin Mlva"-

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FOUR LOVELY AND TPNTE YOUNG tA WS who Will ap-
peak In the Vinfl Mea 4bhall benefit Ahow* ade oAt AboveS.
Seated Is Mary Rp and stawg from left o riht Anne
Livingston, Par#trWise, and Doe Lee SItoudlar. "NBnct( wil
be presented at b.he Balboa liheater toamorroWr at O'.hW .
Tickets for the talent show are $1.00 -for. adults aln W.Mt9gr
children. The entire proceeds of the production will ;6 to the
Meadenhall Fuffd. .


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gives enugh service to earn his
pay.
One of the things the boys and
girls of. today particularly the
boys. desperately need is a chance
to do something useful with their
time.


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WHOA. THERE!-"Cauht In s re-enamtit oft possible 1I06
scene Is Margot Evans, of British Columbia. She asit demurely
in a 1003 Rftiley five-horsepower tricar as Peter Bowles, dressed
as a 1005 cop, writes out a speeding "ticket." Occasion was a
cavalcade of motoring history held at Regent's Park, London, Eng.


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FOR SALE: Simmons double FOR SALE:- 1951 "Heavy J"l 1211, CRISTOBA 42. ATNTION L LI I Phone Pae,. 3-177?. Cil- .
spring with bet quality otton 4-tylhader, radio, undir ated, md fumlnhed epw m 1, I ha 3-103 .
Canal Zone Dental Polyclnic mattress $25. Phone Gemboe very eod mnditien, mot dty HMe your Piano pnrPJ, 3e- 2 bdreoms, k eoM tr.
nDr. C. E. Fabregs D.D.-L 170. .pMid, 450. IBx 52, Curande..Pos. 41" AND Phone Peu -491.. Genll'i. Soef Cclam Ikm
S Dr C. A. Roy D. FOR SALE: 1 modern ward- FOR SALE -$1450 credit on a FOR RENTP-Framehone d u" mlatemet M Phem nvGeen
u FOR RENT.--urom els d un- moderate iste. Phone, Gambia
ature--bide w k bradve arobe, I ovel-shkped chine close Chevrolet. Oldsmbile or Buick. D A f d 2 nd 4- e i '644 .
Gel ntr of ** I Sideboard 1 chendeier Sell for $1400. Phone Belboa ruK BR AL- PArt St. I ChlHlne'- -f r" nedSALE..e
ivelam (.Ownerl.l oIunAhlempa. 3wner selling out cheap 3450. P A1PfM i a ., h l's frtate ad o.ee ph
(o t Anon to d buyer. 2242 aiF Abeols', FOR SALEb-.1952 Brith M.G.t .
1500 miles on rebuild engine. FOR SALlE.-bephoke, tonr, FOR RENT -ARt- Tm e B 77.
FOR SALE:-I wardrobe, dres- Excellent condition. Priced for Conn with a nd acselmoriM. costly comn ctd bIldllg: on* WILLIAMS' Soan Clre Bech
RETIREMENT, LIFE or. double bed, dining table with quick sele Cell Navy 2649. IExellen tcnia. Call l.2476 bedrooms. iv ig Wes, "bet. Cqt ye,-Rekes,rMfrlberttlon,
CT4 chain, one I9-tube ordlo, and Kelly. kitchen. Pueblo I Infer- 2 bedrms. Phemon elas 50O0.
EDUCATION INSURANCE refrigertor. Contact t Perolso FOR SALE:-1951 Crosl two- motions: Phone 3-
Market, stall No. 4. door sedan with radio, excellent FOR SALE: AJ.IC.. Cmoker F-OSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
running condifin, tires & paint Spanel registered pups, 2 men past Cosine. Low rtes.-Panma
J1M RIDGE FOR SALE: Mahogany table good. $200. Phone Curundu Call 88-452. Quarter S- FO RENT; -- AIalmlt. j e- 2-1515or3-215
S w;th 4 chairs men's bed living 5126. Fort Gulick. A eom, omund flee meA.ln-
Phone2nt ms -0553 -om Col. Do offer. Phone defrmndentb.untwmiwlt$560,
Phoe Paama rm B5 or. Phon FOR SALE: Attention auto- FOR SALE:-Minex camera anld fuisiEheds 75. 11 bTI" eaet oun fa.3 r C
N 365 owners: Your lst chance of ob- light meter sld t ether or lep- *t for tbhl price. 4l Str ert ll o.
FOR SALE:- Living room, din- teining brand new, factory uoer- ertely. Pamema 5.5950. N. 1-91.
ring roe m, bedroom furniture. anteo 1955 Fords at local Deal-
Very reasonable. Phone 3-1280. ers Price Ieu 15% discount. FOR SALE F-RNT' t- 11200t Ind llons
Trade ias accepted, financing room, bedroom dio. llkt re,am
cycle. 2006 Second Street, Cu- m In Pama Phone 2-4721. Phe 21764.OEuou
FOR SALE:-Doop Freze, 60- else evajleble. At Agencies Co.- 1ju. I? kitchen, bathroom at Rio AbOjn. u trans
IM M- i ,.. ,_ --,I ,.-- .- ; iOn Floating Crane
rundu. 83-6255. Limited autos left. Alsoll kinds WE BUY, Sell and Mange Re al
of A-i Used Cars and Impord Estoto. "The IR REal ," ir RT--N r m
FOR SALE: Specil designed Used Tim t berlin prices. CEatedrl Phe, Pnam. Tl ly fi at : hot Approximately 1,200 copies of
bleached 'odr dnigrom Cathedral Plaxe. Panama. Tole. ly furnished epwis ho
bedroom, modern diningroom. German Fords are elso avalleble. phe 2-0157. wat. 2 bedroomsb, iv- the Invitation No. 179 which
bedroom, custom made living Come for a free demonstration. Ing and dining r mr n l C contains information and other
room; baby chifforobe, habthin-d FOR SALE: hele: 3 lee ta. Call 3-1899. data on the 295-ton floating
ee e. All in new condition, Call FOR SALE: 1953 MG, new bedrlms, 2 bathe, living end crane Ajax, now belrx offered
-2739. paint end top, excellent mecha- dining rooms, large porch end for sale by the Panama Canal
FOR SALE: 4-strand Retton nical condition $950. 86-429. dite, ald' room, hot water P it n Company, are being sent out by
Living room furniture, refriger- FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet omentlmon, 1600 meters of ianteu a o the Division of Storehouses.
Stor, stove, bedroom furniture. two-tone tudor sedan deluxe lknd. Phone 3-4637 from 9 to .l o er i -* o
good condition. Two bedroom excellent co ndit ion, $595. 2id ofter 6 p.m. elble lady off vi a A major portion of the nvita-
k 'apartment with terrace vilble 213C Coc BAY SITER Fnisco F tons was sen t the Procure-
to buyer. Phone 3-4474. Can FOR SALE:-De s trip. chalet Street No. 9. Apartment Vi- ment Office of the Panama Ca-
be m sn until 7 p.m. on Vie Espale No. 46. ta Hemo. nal Company in New York from
Offered Where they are being-distribut-
p..throprarles d e FOR SALE:- Leaving Istmus: Position Offered edto private business conrns
Sbeautifu Frnch Provincil five- In the United States which
r IkOD RApieceaTu living room set $600; an- OPENING for Executive Secrete- r a I a aa ili 1 might be interested In the sale.
SHIRO tique tables $50 and 525; ma- rv fluent in English and Spanish
Drs. and E. ORILLAC hogan dining room set $125; dietation and traslations. Ref- --Locally the information has
(Pi mer Gr.dua tl. i four new aluminum porch chai erences required. Call telephones 4 total of 95 aeeM areieams Mrs. Louie Schonberg; been given to oil companies and
S r Avenue Tel nel $S50; Simmons couch complto No. 3-4934 and 3-4955 be- scheied t 'iom riatabal i Charlotte M. Schwartz; shipping representatives for dis-
^Lkia fsL ho ^ $50; double metal bed with tween 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. SU.t' TYork aboard nts Anne Shelton: Mr. and trblution to their branch of-
mattress $20; steel tables $5; -the the Panama ars. Ben Boletsky; R obe rt flees and affiliates in theCen-
iPASP "AI ^ misc houishold itms. lamps, WANTED: Competnt tno- Line;,- okdale; Mr. and Mrs. ugh trial Amerian, South American
MSPORTIS AXTER,.. A etc. Apply: Mr. Read's chalet, raphr. ablo to take dictation In Tw are eoked Turner and 2 children Mss and Caribbean areas. It is also
Pk ShuiS Movn asphalt d rad o ilt entrance Spanish nd English, good spoe- for eln-a, HaLT They Ada Heekes; Mr. an4 s. H- being distributed through Unit-
-.2-6 Ln' Coloni inrl. Trans- ins. nnt position. Colum- and Mr. mansmmerman; r embassy
froscenterareo florand tsa and Mr. man Zimmerman;adw te a and cns
n l Rln llst l thmian Hlghwey, 15 minutes bia Pitures, lEusbio Morolos and BSmon. Zupa. le throughout the or
*R HO Cfrm. center Pa ,a Avenue. m V p- .. .

I hN bAcfle a. wv de aga on and operational
cld a.S hn r.anid MrB. t ort r information of the crane, the
ByP. Berar s. Ldh W i t of spare parts which are
"lam !.a, Dn b Ing offered for sale together
,, j h r r and yd Bcher;M, l- with the Ajax and general sale
Drap, On catherie Camjpbell; Misa Berta r terms and conditions. Also in-
Venetlan Bnds F. Carvalho; Mr. and Mrs. Ha- eluded are two photographs of
Traverse Cuttalns rold Cohen; Dr. and Mrs. Sa- Fort Amtdor was schedule to the floating crane in operation.
31aa or Wood Jalonusl muel L. Cohen; Mr. and Mrs. play Navy for the right to meet
Call 2-3063 or 3-i4904 N ig pRT P uel Corco; Mr. and Mrs. Army Atlantic in the doubles fi- Bids will be opened Sept. 30,
Callte63 Given Withotr 3-4904 ON THE SPORTS PAGE of, innings to lose his fourth de- Ernest L:Cotton and daughter; nals and Major Leo Hayes was to simultaneously in both the of-
teGiven Whou this issue appears an article cision 3 to 2, as he gave up a William A. Dixon; Louis Edel- defend his singles title this morn- fice of the superintendent of
written by publisher Tay- home run in the last frame. man; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Er- g at Amador in the Panama A- storehouses in Balboa and the
iin which btedbpink speaks of e ss- CLYDE PAR RIS. Montreal blanc; Mr. and Mrs. Zera K. rea Armed Forces tens tour- Procurement Offic of thecom-
4 ductos de Madera S A. ble reprisals on the part of ma- Class AAA International League, Esler Mr. and Mrs. d In yesterday's activity. Fortax wchtoether with
S or league owners. if Caribbean was still among the loop's top Mrser and daughter; Mr. and yst Foer Kobbe and Albrookr t he A wlch tog er w ith
C tiral Are. (between Kodak League officials adopt the plan ten hitters up to July 13. with a Ms Neuville Fanning; E- AF fell from the doubles comoe- D U. ergGerm wa sbui han
bdn & Fifth Ave. Store) of suspending native bl league .316 average, wstadt Miss Elizabeth L. Good- tuition leaving once-beaten Amador been in Canal service for 40
baseball players for periods of stadt: Miss Elizabeth and Navyo vie or another shot
three to four years if they refuse Parris had 101 hits. belted 12 win; and Miss Barbara Green- a o Atlanti e for otherssyeas
Sto lay in the countries of their roundtrippers and had driven in wood. and Jim Flanagan.
SIbirth durln the winter season. 152 tallies. Mrs. Charlotte Halt; Mr. and Threatening Hayes for singles
SPay With Panama's Hector L6pez Mrs. Ira Hawkns; Mr. and Mrs. supremacy was Dave P e rr ry of
i of the Kansas City Athletcs al- PABLO BERNARD, Tulsa. Class Irving Heller; Mr. and Mrs.I ot Clayton. Perry, beaten in his
I n a rcdy laccpteds a malor lead 1 AA Texas League. returned to Norman Johnson and 2 chil- st outing in the double elimma-
Spinks sr l l th n ts si read action July 10, after belne side- dren Mrs. Florence Kelly; Miss Iloi tourney, came back to win
r Spinks story with Interest. s lined a week with a finger In- Ann Lauriae Mrs. Helen T Lees five straight matches to move in-
'C CAGO -(UP) -Policemen's the stuationnow stands nd a week with a finer an auria; Mr. Helnd T. to the finals. Perry's only defeat
Pay illn the United States has in. the Kansas Citu A's could for- Ijry t Lignor:; Mr. and Mrs. wa8 to Flanagan in a three-hour
e to point where they now bd Lpe to a in the Pan- IBERT CLARK Charlotte gno Mr and a Ju r t rou nd endurance test.
about$,000more per year ma Professional League. Iar Harry Lowe; Mr. and Mrs. Ju- Hays h led past three op-
about 1,000 more per year ama Proessional Leag Class A Bally League, was sport- l us Lusky and 2 children; Hayes ha8 rolled past three op-
7'they did five years ago. thereby denying fans the priv- n a 1-4 record as of July 13. 0 Lsk. E d McDevtt ponents in his drive to the finals.
A wording to the Internaional ilege of seeing o their only ma- e ord s of t lgu e Mr. and Mrs. Edward M Hayes and Flanagan made the
the Interntional liege or leaL su epresentheiri onl n IThe workhorse of the league, and 2 children: Mrs. Isabella N y d fBan D
ty managers' Association, yearly for league representative in Clarke had pitched 172 Innings, MDowell; Mr. and r. Robert N due of Bob Rert ad Dick
aies for new patrolmen range action here. and led in strikeouts with Rhodes their third victim in the 7
a fromn $,50 in nctte be. Rail Arango N., president of Marlatt; Willim Metlvier; Mr. doubles semi-finals yesterday, 6-4,
and' 25,000 to S3,900 the Panama Pro Learue will be Clarke was named t e and Mrs. William J. Monron and 6 6-2. It wast he first reversal a
sass iwin Mrs.t Llll Moirefor' the talented Navy pair.
its eof more than 500,000. contacted by this column for loop's all-star hurlin staff re- 2 children; Mrs. La Moore; fo h talented Navy pair. G
.tIn 150 the average entrance comment which will be publish- centl in a me tat was pla. s Birdie Moses; and Rev. John Amador's team of Major Arthur Wll probably .or
was $2,520 in the smaller ed in the sports section of this ed July 8. Histeam lost 4 to 0 Muldoon. Dreyer and Crisanto Castaneda.
S atsion bracket and $t,070i r ofthe C as the opnotition collected ten Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Os- an opening victim of AA, picked
rer. i bRepraesentatlea ofth Carb- cae an t o Cre and or other born aLd son: Miss Arne Os up two victories yesterday to keep
num salaries for patrol. bean Conference met in Panama moundamen term; Miss Alda Pavel; Mr. and its hopes alive. In losers' bracket
now average from $3,700 in last week for talks on. the Eighth Mrs. Fred M. Poore and son; affairs, Amador eliminated Al-
I 10,000 to 25,000, and .- Caribbean Series which will be TOM M Y HUGHES. Fresno, Mrs. Florence Pricolo; Miss Ruby brook AFB, 6-3, 6-3 and then
in cities of more than 500,000. played in this city next Febru- Class C Californla League, hurl- stopped Kobbe'r pair of Bob Gil-
a aso have continued the ary. ed a five-hit shutout over bert and Al Cimino, 6-0, 6-2, yes
toward reducing the work Delegates from Venezuela, Cu- Stockton. July 11. Pla d Sp rt rday afr .
I-.194, 132 cities of more ba and Puerto Rico met Monday In the game. Tommy fanned Albrook's first loss was to Na
@Ai10@ population cut the with baseball commissioner Ford 12. to boost his league leading Picnic day at Diablo Gym V, 6-3, 6-3.
twek, 57 of them to 40 hours. Frick, Plama was represented strikeout record to 173, andspelled a big day for the kiddies Hayes and Flanagan are slated
by Cuba's Arturo Bengochea and walked only one batter. In and around Diablo Friday. to take on the Amador-Navy sur-
Puerto Rico's Ernesto Juan Fon- In a poll of sportswriters, Every Friday is "picnic Day", vivoi this afternoon. PresentationT
i I TELEPHONE frias. 'Hughes was unanimously select- which means everyone brings of awards is on tap for four o'-
LE., | After the meet, one dele- ed as one of the pitcher In the hi lunch and have a kinds of clock
gate who asked that his name North-South al-star game play- contest, hoping to win a prize
.. 2 i I not be mentioned, told report- ed July 13. -which Is a coe. m a
ers: "Our main object is that Fift children turned out and
VENETIAN BLINDS native players be allowed to Tommy's team (south) won 7 participated in all the contests MsTHS T
leagues of theirvY2B to held. he archery rtandt g con-t SMH
participate in the winter lea- st wawon by two c odren. II n 011C10
.. guess of their countries, with- EUGENIO HOURADOU and The basketball relay, with six-
out restriction." ELIAS OSORIO. 8an Angelo. t a sewoundup in a very
IClass C Longhorn League. par- os
HiCTOR LOPEZ, Kansas City. ticipated In a triple play against decision.
American League. was batting Bi, 8prln,. July 11. baw a -(UP -Robert
L6pes had hit four home runs The triple klline was started won b a ho a i r That L rthur. dretor of the Univert
and pushed 23 runs across the when pitcher Ben Benine rsb- created quite a bit of ex ite- y of Pittsburgh band for i -
Sbed a pop bunt by Bobr Ma.,t On me. e s children sread years, ems there is a definite car-'
plate. ed a pop buseve nth frame. BobMarti n e would see hdren spread re bet music and engi- o,;:
PRANK .AUSTIN, Portland. Benine's throw to Houradou all over Diablo and the gym In near ts.
Open Classification. Pacific at short doubled Frank Billing the talsure lunt hoping to e cr exlained that it is
Coast League, has established off second and the relay to Oso- find the W quarters more .oacadence that nearly
himself as the loop's current No. o ot first caothto Lpi Cbs- w varsity btad are ngmeernr Pit
1 iron man. 'ero for the third out.a en Mr us-' k me t
feO~l I ma CheeLlnu through the records meye', vasty b
recently, the Portland front of-
SpitDu ]tsflicee discovered that Austin has sithe a mphora give prodne t a sound and tern-
ccoru n ecutive n H I F I ahe sh pum win prize yo daa"nt as an engineer
ifWw-u 10 *1 J9 necessary ^ua be et m his engineering
More than Eddie PILOTONE to11 o thep ami drawing," Arthur
e g iee ted sk eAlnM aRm g trape find s i.o room for error -
FOBt5*4IRVle' to 1'l-. AMPLIFIERS | S f t a rrp of. t 4-;-
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FOR RENT--New chalet: a chr -
Idrooms, livieg r o n dining 4 p.m.
*rom, ame., neighbor- FOR SAOtnle d meter.
hod. 1o -3005. Core m7th Ip. Reval 155 modSle -,
Ainm, Coe del Mer and Pa- $125. Plim ates .2.,I
son del Cincuentenarl. Inuse 7174-.

RANDY FARR A NEW STAR,.MAKES HIS
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Randy Farr, 22-year-old blonde beauty, makes her mo-
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Ralph Meeker In "BIG HOUfet, U.S.A.," Bel-Air Prduc/e
tons' suspense drama which United Artiste will release to-
morrow at the LUX Theatre. Randy, whose real nafIe is
Olive, is a 5 ft., 5 in., 111-lb. starlet who was bo=r and
raised In New Yolk state and went wet to Hollywood to
make hp, way as an actress. She was spottd In- a teleyiIon
appearance by producer AuBrey Schenckwand director howr
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a after my in- tan words Is something tBat should iy and n native quarter. |
to i the "dou- happen to Groucho ian on his A native quarter n w ca on
ai s" the Ub hooray busi- 'V show. n a natve quarter ws red on
of-the htua. but no one was injured.
y it's- doie "nu lamas" A DAILY NEWSPAPER, the .
and cool with a sprig of mint Polynesian, is slipped under your1 The dusk-to-dawn curfew im-
-t cpmfortable deck chair be- stateroom door every morning. posed Saturday was enforced in
m.a warm tropical -sun and That's Prank Burns' department earnest for the first time last.
lookinu the blue, bI-e Paci- He's publisher, editor, printer, cir. night. No one moved on the
0 t 0 culat on manager and copy boy. streetss without a police pass.
no. n moving my "ohole" Frank is other 20 year vet. Police announced three bombs
p, anything "except eran of th#Lurline, who is due exploded in the city Monday.
brunch, ch, tea, din- for a Matson Line two decades- One person wa killed and one
'aid jaybe midnight snack. of services award, two weeks of was wounded. There also were s
wt. "profestor" H ow- living it up free at the Swank Roy. 10 cases of arson In the native
Sthe sea- al Haweaian hotel lb HoW I nh. quarters, police said.
I,'-1..'s .a. er it'. a ]r afd ts." miltauton Gen. Andrew Franchi. newly -'
: .4 a travel but there isl rs. Bum s, appointed military- commander --
agetl ineers be- ",Maybe," l.ispere Frank, "if f the city, toured the native
O. n e, arne's you told yeo reader about. my quarters Monday night with the
.. problem you 4ould help find .me pasha of Casablanca, the city's
e. ir., awaail.an, a wife." I highest Arab leader.

hurry. t ". o living
S. Fank even has an automobile f
be studentsback in San Francisco. Ws. four alle BfI s From
bft. ear-.old years old but there are ol i roO
aps i remil~es o the speedometer, iZs. k.| .m._|A
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IA da l hip- He's always at .sae and pudenh -l-R
d ihe time of Igo busy Local suppliers are now be-
in that.at .91 I ing invited by the Panama Ca-i
can I neyvr knewY Ann Sheridan asged t nal Company to epter' bids to
oB- er own make-up provide 4,200 head of cattle for
:- ,, moteing oppositete mo
e' ,blics' "Com *Thialr"e "s en s th
delivered to the COMm y
If t e of Tie Division on monthly schedules
S" new "Tributg A between Sept. 1, 1955 and Aug.
emmr .san," sa i fmit it The 30. 1956.
ear sae tag originally used Specifications call for fat,
name. 'eponi- "The Bad TIP Beautiful. steers between three and st
h -------- years of age, weighing not less
all for2 ttire r i 8 pounds liveweight on L
SamyeI Bids for the cattle wil be o-
l eepvr Seriously III opened at 10 a.m. August 16
ight about Mrs. simultaneuosly in the office of
dmoero s L. F. Hartman, retired Pan- the supply director at Balboa
e n Sa a Canal employee, is serious- Heights and the office of the
FrrAeisc6:B v be a yRo,' .1. at Gorges Hospital. He general manager of the Corn-
meaa8f.-a I daWdo.teredthe hospital Monday emissary Division at Mount a
off bet Ieea vages' to Honolulu. and was placed on the serious- Hope. V
One of-M Ui6 dishes right ly ll list yesterday afternoon. The amount of beef request-
eff the Lurnei fabtdoub menu? Mr. and Mrs. Hartman reside ed this year represents an In- r
No thk yoou. Beef stew, with at Corozal and she is employ- crease of 200 head over that fc
a sie order of baked beans, is ed as administrative assistant purchased last year when con-
Mef Romere's tummy tickler, in the office of the Contract tracts for $509,000 were award-
Oy7 o4te ~ai 20 years has Re-.and Inspection Division at Bal- ed to two suppliers from the
m r been a frustrated ef with' boa Heights. Republic of Panams..
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VOLCANIC!.. VALIANT!... VICIOUS!.

"THE VIOLENT MEN

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They're violent! Virile! Vengeful! They're "THI
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color, In "THE VIOLENT MEN!" It's Columbia PI
rama of excitement and desire in a valley where
ought for their lives. Their lands I Their loves! F
lost violent entertainment of the year, see "The
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SAOST SERRING, Fla. July 20--(UP) of a young blonde woman
*r3 Sfor NiPA irvn. -A former Miami policeman was nt o a Lakeland
Srvce admitted he strangled his wife for examlastion by a
in an "embrace df deatn" and git -
"NO2M9 14 led officers yesterday to a' Coker aid the body was f
6 72 shallow, sandy grave which clothed and. apparently s
9 A 84 yielded the body of an attractive been strangled while thle.wei !
K oS young blonde. "in their. .r ,;
6 J J 2 State Atty. Gunter StevenSon After the -aying, the- M
WmUT ATg said he was charging 38-year- said. Mann told ,ap
4 AK 2 I a old Thomas Mann Jr.., with'first rambling around In ad O
AKQg842 610 degree murder." the statee"
S1o03 4?QJ87 427 Highlands County She iff He gave authoritle, no reason
S47 ?4 Broward Coker said Mann ad- for returning. to gaml.
sO unk (D) mitted he strangled his wile. 26- State Atty. d ge BraJtigam n '
S. ( year-old Beverly Jones Mann, in and an Investigator arrived from
.'.. the crook of his right arm last Miaml to aid in the invetlga-
01 3 Dec. 7 during a trip to Ocala. tion. Brautgan said he wanted"
A$ l.... Both Maln and his wife dis- to make sure the alleged arimen
64AKQIO appeared from Miami the day was pmja4g U.
Worth-South vul. alter discussing a divorce. County so that lat oi B
senthb Wwt Neth Bust Mann reappeared in Miaml charged properly there.
146 16 246 Par last week but pleaded the Fitfn The ouo le .ad ln-
2 V 2 6 3 9 Pan Amendment when questioned a- ed f6r three moA
4 9 46 Pa*ss Pa bout his wife. But, he assured their disapeadvg .
344 6 Pass 5 V Pa authorities then she was alive. rang e to get, tho t
'-" Pass Pa s Informed of his daughter's cuss a divorce Wel.-
.SI, Opening lead-& K death, Archie Jones, well-to-do ahortly after wrtTi
N LK __ Miami appliance dealer, wept ing anthnin to XS *,
UPNor openly tives. .
RMATH-. Experienced b r I d g e players "I nope he gets the electric
'-**i know tat a trump suit In waqin chair," he said. The -ayo wife's fattr
eacu paraeir not s four cars w Mann, whom former co-work- offer t a $50 reward -ftr
often oe mure advantageous than a era on the Miami pollee force ma ,her erAbosa Is
trump Aust in whief one partner described as "a nice fellow." din- 1er8 Cbker said Iit' F
holas more cards than tne other. appeared from Miami again have been unUk for A
'ts imporrani to rememDer, how. Saturday. stumble serose e grave. .
ever, tat there are exceptions to Sheriff Coker said the dark- said it was about two feet deep
Se ruie. haired man contacted him here but well off the main hjAh
through arrangements of his "'If le hadn't told us, I do *
In today's hand, for example Miam attorney and told his sto- believe anyone would have fouad s.
Souud knew ail anout his part.ry lit," Coker said. .
ner s four-caru support ior hearts He then led officers to a site In Miami. the bereaved t.aer
out case to oia anve caubs any- Just off State Road 621. near said his son-in-law wad knII
way. As we shall see, North shaoud Lake Placid, about 18 miles to have a "terrible temper."
have.accepteu tne bid of five elubs southeast of here, and pointed "The girl was afraid of h
instead o going back to hearts. out the grave. the last year of their marriage,"
Whenthehand wsAuthorities unearthed the body be said. ... --
When the hand was actually
Splayea a t-ive hearts, West took -
wae king or spades and tnUe led
his singleton club. South hkd to
try a trump finesse in the hope of
ut at mane rLIOTA MERCANTE rg
limiting the heart less to one trick,
but East managed to give his part- m a LIil Aa :i: ',

*or rd trick more than ie could Acct.. ..a.l. .C. f : --
K afford.a Accepting General C o at stobal .
EAST COAST AND GULF PORTS U. s. A.
Now let's examine the theory of EST A AN D 0 t .S s
the 4-4 trump suit Ja more detail. ;SaWgs: Every Fifteen Day, fors
You choose a 4-4, trump suit even .
when a 5-3 suit is available on the Houston and New Orleans
theory that you can draw trumps
and the run the five-card sSallin: Every Tuitt Day f
discard twice from the partner's
hand. These discards would do *
-you no good if the 5-3 suit were the New Ycrk Philadelphia Baltimore
trump suit; but they are useful (Gulf Vessels call at VEZACRUZ and TAMPICO.
SVIO- discards if some other suit is the (MEXICO) every six weeks)
Sst ars 'ump. ALSO '
"THE ALSOs
"h In today's hand, for exam le, Sallings for CARTAGENA, RARRANQUILLA, SANTA
Tech- a e if th MARTA, BUENAVENTURA, TUMACO, and GUAYAQUIL. ,
iTch- advantage if be held three small every three wekan.
Pictures' diamonds. He wold expect South ry r wee
ore me to discard diamonds from the Monthly sailings from BALBOA to CENTRAL
ror the North hand on his fifth and sixthMo PORTi S aBAD 1 ETR
Violent clubs. The..- discards would be AMERICAN PORTS and U. $, WEST.
IOws of useful if hearts were trumps, but COAST PORTS.
Advt. they would be useless if the clubs CO R
Were trmp. Monthly sailings from BALBOA-
The point to notice, however Is to BUENAVENTURA. MANTA and GUAYAQUIL
that the discards are useless
Y when North has the king if dia- APPLY:
ILyi mounds. It may help to discard
from a weak suit, but it isn't neces. Wilford & McKay, Inc.
scary to discard from a strong suit. Bufldg Cristo*al. C. Z.
For this reason- North should TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL: 1M9 176 2 35
have passed five clubs instead of
bidding five hearts. South would ___ _______________
lose one heart and ine spade, but
he would easily make his contract. .


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wee Reese and Don Newcombe. take part in a summer blood program for the Red Cross, recording a-radio appeal.


GREATS OF HT1UWF--Two of the great jockeys in turf history' EarI Sande (left) and Eddie Arcaro, meetin Ne*Yki-6
where Arcaro has Just brought in another winner. Saride ruled the tud as. loading jockey during the yeats 9r8-19i0.


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one at Hollywood Park, Inglewood, Calif., edging Mister Gus by less than a head in the $25,000 Inglewood Handicap.


NOT SWINGING ON A STARIt lookt-k1.6. T.1, Mndy
Amoros of the Dodgers, is about, to swing.lis bat here but
actually he was just awaiting his turn When Tearmatt
Junior Gijliam *tole home successfully ,.eI CraRiM-Af.
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more year in the rastlih
Leagu and If he can coiqn-
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Southpaw Dean Stoe a of as ne ai inthe sp.ai
Washington limited Cleveland to the opposing pltneos will
six hits for an 8-1 victory over ln for a rgh season.
theIndans, who fell four games
off the pace. Bob Lemon, who
has failed to complete a game A
a fle-mun fourth inning. ..
Jakte Jensen and Norm Zau-
ehin each hit homers to led the I. 'tieg|
to a q ctm* over the IHtefWRla b aI
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OR .. A hard fought ba ttl ended with the presentation of he
to ttV f uertm p In the Rodman Golf Championships on Saturday. F oft
old Wnley Young fiished In the top alot edg ng out MaOuel Mora In a nip and
out the tt7y. Above s shown the w oman'sand men's wmners, (left to right) Mr.
nn wom runner n Wesley Hug es, men's topp*r, Captain w ajnBm Tucker, Com
msndnq Officer of the U.. -Naval Station aIo man. Mrs. Rae Hughes, woman's champloti, ad
Matel ora, rUner up for the men. (U.S. Na y photo)


Jamaican Track Stars Makq


2nd Local Appearance Tonighf


Panama, Cuban Proposals,


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elnaUt sat Phila. (2, T'-N)
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TYaTE6 AYI LSULTS
A(Twfht Game)
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Pbdelphls102 220 OOx- 12 1
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DHl (7-6) and SellNick.

OiBMBl 000 00200(W-2 6 21
lPln j 000 00t-. 14 0
Cobtst1 (8-4), freeman, Min-
arctn Batts.
Robetsa (15-7) and Seminick.


(Twilight Qame)
St. Louis '011 01000-3
New York 000 000.010--1
Schmidt (1-0) and Sarni.
Neat (9-9), Monsant
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NOW York 102010 00xZ-4 9 1
Jackkon (5-G), LaPalmne and
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McCall (4-3) and Westrum.


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NewYdork 000 010 000-
Chicago OOgg WhgO-4. 8

C. tohnson, Byrd (5-4) u 0L .

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Washington 110 50000
Cleveland 000 010 f000-
Stone (5-10) and
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Nixon (-9), Klder and W
Dltmar (5-7), FlCano, Nt
rington and Astroth.


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Milwaukee Burdetto, Jo, Nichols, J*ir
The powerful Jamaican track 100 100000 000 00000001-4 11 2 son, Bul~l, Coey (11-0) Ms
ana fiela team now visiting ,mne Pittsburgh CrandiA, t-
istamus wui be seen in action for 002 000 0000002000-4 17 1 Law. Ftind (6-1) and AtM
tae second time agamustIOn loca a=- n .() a
etea at the Olympic Stadium to- *
.:'he .Jamlca. made a* lo. Versatile M cCallen Puts
catl ebut sunday n ig i and
brought noioe the bacon ia A te .
OVInS inw wnic they eipated. "'
S-,o-,. Athletic Talents To Use
~M *kic, kudilin u"a'eihe
A, tdp ".Bd'aula d the o| .1 .
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j to hIts as* 5 profesuu al
a S-hmtdl of the Car- league Pa next seams,.


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Saoi'versia Sports vs Pbwells
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nt because of dispute with
S-B n ager, may return to ac-
fti. Station is seeking the
;st ume their win-
TM easily do so
a netse aes like
Prank Dor ad Jerry Hall.
Freddy Aleguas has somewhat
slacked off from his early season
soaring spurt, but still hs the
potenIal to pull Navy back nto
their winning ways. The Tars
have now lot two in a row with
their league lead sliced to a In-
gle game over Powells.
Two teams, currently on a
winning spree, meet In the
nightcap. Unlaports, with their
eyes on the runner-up trophy,
and Powells, aimiDg high at the
196 champlonahip, meet in the
second game of the night. Thai
Is the rubber game, the fifth
time these two quintets have
met this season, each with a pair
of viateries.
Unive"al'ports "bi five,"
have been performing admira-J
bly of late, with John aless. Ar-


KsUam ieaau U-o ver mUiT ,n -in-
ntematlazal. League todat
thanks to K doubleheader sa
over the dugar Kings last night.
The Leafts, receiving air-tght
pitching from veterans ack
Crimlan and Johnny Hetk,
/owned Havana, 3-2 in 13 in-
nings and then came back to
edge the Sugar Kings, 7-6, in
the nightcap. Crimian went all
the way in the openre to pick
up his 11th victory of the year
against only four losses, while
Hetkl, who relieved in the third
inning, picked up b.fourth tri-
umph against sae number
of loe in the second game.
Rum Sullivan took over the
league lead In homers by
hanging out his 13th, but the
Columbus Jets lo to he Boy-
al, 7-. Dick Kryeo also
homered for the Jets, while
Rocky Nelson accounted for
four of Mentreal's runs with a
pair of round trippe
In other games, the Rochester
Red Wings downed the Rich-
mbnd Virginians, 6-3, and the
Syracuse Chiefs routed the Buf-
falo BIsons, 12-2.
The lineacores:
Syracuse 300004 41--12 14 0
Buffalo 001100000-2 7 2
Farrell and Heyman, Com-
mand (8); Stump, lriqkson (7)
and Streil. LP--tump. HR-
Nicelotta, Farell
Rktond 000 012 000-4 4 0
Roehester 010 00041z-4 13 1
Thompson, Voiselle (7), Ned-
nger (). Connelly (7) and
Watlington: Mckn Dlay-
lock () and Rand. WP-Mack
nson. LP-Thompson. HR-Jok,
St. Claire.
(First Gae, 13 innings)
Havana 00 080 000 00-2 8 1
Toron. MI 000001--3 9 0
Scantlebury a"d Noble, Mon-
talvo (11); CrbulaI and Oriffin.
HR-iGrffin
Columbus 020010300-8 0 0
Montreal 02 010 001-.7 13 1
Kunem, lag (4). and Lake-
man; Co Wo ( and Teed.
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Nxw Ykiik,.N. Y. -Winter *They wel to save their ener
baseball's. Caribbean Conference, for winter baseball and they
a conatant source of bickering also becoe very wary about not
the major leagues, is about to. con getting b-njured.
aer new-prposed rules, lrginat-
ag in Cuba. and Panama, h a t "Even the fans are becoming
would be in deAtnite deflance of conscious of it. We have received
the big ledgues. letters in the White Sox office
This time,-the baseballl officials from fans who are demanding to
of the Latin-American countries know whether the players are
appear to be jppiy with natchl- 'saving themselves' for winter
es around a keg of-upowder. It ball."
could result in an explosion that The White So, of course, would
would destroy all kn edly re la- b6 more liable to such question-
Lions between the majors and the ing since they have more Carib-
Caribbean Conference and possi- bean natives on the team than a-
bly even make it out of bounds ny other big league club with the
for all big league players, exception of Washington. At the
Dr. Artaro :1en u hea, p r e s I- moment e White x list four-
dent of the Cuban Winter League, Minnie Minoso, Sandy Consuegra
had proposed the following rule: and Mike Fornieles of Cuba and
i ay Latin American Chico Carrasquel of Venezuela.
player I the omaI Iagues with Another topline executive from
snl s an agreement, in cnsider- the National League who p r e-
a of a r salary a rL feared to remain anonymous was
er benefits, lat h wllB .e play even more vehement in his oppo-
winier baseball sha be barred sition to winter ball for big league
from play I n e Caribbean players.
onier~ee or fear .years."
Dr. Bendochea is submitting bhisa would welcome the question
proposal to te winter ircuits in of winter ball belg-brought out
anama, Venetliea and Puertoin the open," he aid. "I h ave
Rico as well as in his own Cuban made a number of speeches in
League. If adopted by each of the our meetings in flat opposition to
our individual loops, It will be- winter ball for ma leaguers.
come an official regulation of the "Nobody can make me believe
Caribbean Conference. that anyone can play 325 days a
Simia r ove in Panama year and still operate at the top
From Panama comes a propos- of his ability. The human body
al Similar in intent, but sligntlyjust cannot stand that incessant
different in tenms. Described as nervous strain, as well as t h e
declaration of principle," the P-wear and tear physically.
nama rule woui suspend for "If fellows from the minor
three years any Latin -American leagues want to play winter ball,
player who "without justifiable all right, but any player who has
cause" does not pla in his home been on a big league roster for 45
country during the Caribbean sea- days should, e barred."
son. "Dictation" Attehpt Seen
On top of these moves from Cu- Big league executives further
ba and Papama, the major league resent the rules being proposed
club owner& also find themselves from Cuba and Panama -be.
confronted with a request from cause by eerting, pressure em
their own player representatives the ldividual players, the Latin
for a one-year trial erd of un- Amerlean le ues wmeM be try.
restricted winter bae, instead of ag to dicete to aIe ma jor
the present limit of five players leagues who .ea nd Whi can-
from each cu1b. _otI s play d bil.
There was -iolent reaction a- Offiials in, the majs still be-
mong major-.esue offices when lieve .hey hNav the moral right
apprsed of f. Dengoehea's pro- to pass final judgment on whi i
postal and tife (Panama move of a played shall be granted or denied
sila nW a _U May feel that if pem ion to Ray winter ball.
either x- be enacted, the "' wo e have a player wMo
major V retalate im-i.s a t.l the frall side l*lwe
mIn ^ S o .. theirr owN definitely beleve pyg winter
lth i-B majorlea#g- ball hurts him during the r".
ers rb rater ball. ular seaA," e an own.
Some p a.er have liked er. "We want that fllow to be
it a11100 would welcome the eo- per cent efficient for the flu I
0chable .tr players out season and therefore den't want
at a P Lane of wint sK.p=anlo
the Mig.JM has been "ft fae-s, to him finance .ly,
friends we help hemouhs .
'aEmj_ l N winter cir-ttd wrter payeheeks l attue-
euirte ~ws especally ir. iV is salary with us.
..,,.,. !,,- a, f.a, rf =. t.s
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Panama Jeo up to t.e last l e
until briliaat -Jaaslean sprinter
Sheithm araer took over the bat.
on to win for his island. The e-
vent was run Ia a record-break-
ing 43:6.
Garner stole the show uS-
day night by also seeing In first
toe lh-meter uruses and toe
leW-meter dash. He will a
ta goverli of tempgt's aCeVihW.
There wil also be three bcy-
cle races among local cyclists un
tonight's program.
Aumissiun prices are 25 cents,
adults; and 15 cents children. The
final meet is on tap tor 'riaay
night
Tonight's program:
High Jump, men (final)
Discus Srew, men, (final)
2006 meters, men (heat)
2 e-meter nash, women (final)
Class B
I ao-meter dash, women (final)
Hop, slip and jumap mte (*.
Javelin aumr, wmn (final)
Mal)
de0-meter run, me (fdal)
2e-meters, men (fin
Big. ump, Woene (final)
I Liwe. ser rum, mean (al)
Medle relay (r406al0-o 8 se)
Semen (final)
a loe-seMter cycle races.

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W. nmW -M --ax- U --A --- --11 BMfu
Ba. ry, MArtillery Sat.
talon, Ft ,C.Z i C yoC ILmi
man who ha put his verse jati
letie talents tO use wile serv
his country. "i
Upon the tnt-three year did
soldier's :rriv ..:., P amsa ,
May 1914 he N A
basketball team and later the F
Kebbe five. In the 154 P P
Area tournament he was' it
league's high scorer. He played en
Fort Kobbe's baseball team In
19U5, and this season is the top
scorer on the "Lifeliner" basket,
ball team.
In between representing Fort
Kobbe in basketball and baseball
McCallen has played on the "A1'
Battery team 1a company level
competition in softall voileyb m
bowing and basketball. He repr
sented "A" Battery in the track
and field Panama area mee end
recently was one half of the doe

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MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS
(Based on 3I efgal t bats)
LZEADIO SATE2SM
AMERICAN LBEAGB I
Mayer and elhu abr 6 Pot.
Kuenn, Det. 98,iST 1 ."
FOX, Chicago 037 S074. 114 1l
Smith, Cleve. 9M W367l70 116 .316
Power, K. City 8t $35 104 J313


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v.hes AB R HOA C'nella. Bhlyn as 45 46
MDougald2b -4 1 3 4 Ashburn, Phil. 1 314 52 10
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^^-- HH **^^ B SAIGON, July 20 (UP)- Civil Air Transport company, former Premiei Pierre Mendes- --_-____-_______
B" Thousands of rioting Vietnamese situated-near one of the hotels, France promised to bring the g
protesting the first anniversary police reported. Indochina war to an. end or re- aWH.lsn g a iitTi-At Guanica
of the "day of shame" when Police opened fire, sprayed sign, as the. "Day of National wadu uI5tn u.aff.S 'prt'o.S 5
France approved the Indochina tear gas and'swung clubs to Shame." .. n walth as eted o rq.t.g on, l p Sa
armistice pillaged and burned break up the mobs which pillag- -, I s.
the hotels housing the Interna- ed the hotels Majestic and Ga- ula
tional Truce Commission today. lieni. Fifty persons were report-
HAPPYTEARS-Patricia Ann The wild mobs also sacked the ed hospitalized.
O'Kane, 19, of Valley Stream, office of Gen. Claire Chennault's The mobs manhandled two
N.Y., wipes tears of joy from north Vietminh.memberA of theS
N.Y.,wipestears of joy from Armistice Control Commnilsion. An xtensive tour of the nar
her eyes after winning the title irae le Police denied that two Viet- tion's capital to Study the or- p Arrv es
Sof Miss New York, 195" at I n c minh and one Indian truce ob- ganization and functions of the
Palisades Park, N.J. The blonde server had been lynched by the federal government awaits two F
beauty is 5 feet, 8 inches tall, l f mob. Canal Zone youths who will at-
weighs 138 pounds and meass- 10 Elks Position Dozens of the demonstrators tend the American XAion's 10th
ures 36.24, 36. were arrested. annual Boys' Nation program in Tonight's program for the first
-- Harold 3. Zerten, assistant By 11:30 order had been re- Washington. D.C., July 22-29. performance of the Ballet Theatre
M I ncipal of Balboa High School, stored in the streets of sao ,. with approximately 90 ot'i.r of New York at the National Thea
M has been elected a national of- The government charged that high school students from all tre will include Lee Sylphkide with
Yf lgsl r ficer of the Benevolqnt and a planned "peaceful" demon- over the country. music by Chopin; Le Comba t,
Protective Order of Elks of station of the "day of national They are Richard A. Caratti- with music by an American con-
ar Polo r n whfth he habeen a prominent hame" had been transformed n of Ft. Kobbe. and Kenneth ser Raff o de o infield, Paw
NEWG o n s member for many ears. into a wild riot by Vietmlnh Ray Wheeler of Balboae De euK from the Black Swan
OR uly 20-(UP)-- Zlerten attended the 91sttrouble-makers. The Boys' Nation group il with music by Tachaikowsky;
Efootloo monkey made mon Grand Lodge Convention of the Others blamed hee dissident take an imaginary turn at run- Graduation Ball by J o h a n n


Sfran flrtemnemadu neo- VGand Lod eroan e lcd 3tiolof thVeearmstce which W o Y k t John Krlas,
Stheir itchens before scam- Elksheld ths month in Phil- Co Da warlord ect for nsti- in the wheels of the youngsters will en-Strauss and Billy the Kid, with
erin to freedom onof the r o to- adlepha and was elected Grand eating the violence and still oth own Presdme nt by conduct e Prtheir own music by Aaron Copland.
S rinEsteemed Lecturing Knightoneer the revolutionary committee senate session holding party T mo s Sw
Y. n a tobeelect oni h of i ch backs Premier Ngo ]Disch conventions, and disoeussing two Th e famous ballet group w a as
o he carefree simian called on of the four offices of the Grand i eer l ounrrt before roughtn eruthe auspice
winginl romuse es and telev snatch- Lodge. John L. Walker, a Roa- Diem.. 20 Washingto n will be an informal composer leonard Bersteam
Sfrankw hourters and pound cake noke, Va. lawyer, was elected The Geneva armistice which the Whte House July Igor Youskvitch, John a,
om their kitchens before sca- head tof the national order ofa on which oThe bo The youngsters will elect their Nora Kay ined Ro calling w-
ering to freedom on the roof- the 150,000-member association, Of July21 a year tago. rown President and Vice Presi- er are featured dancers.
ps bf Manhattan. Zierten is one of the Ifm r a t dent, pointt a Cabinet and Su-
The o e, i ld the c s tires of the north and preme Court. and generally take Tomoriow's program is Swan
S achin, escaped from a pet ever to be elected to an official gVe eth eor a shouta o
op more than a weekano. The postand in the national organize et b dngs all the and will conduct their reallfe Lake, Interplay, Pa e D e


Snal w ste yt n get together to dS ti e p-oneriart. from Nutcracker's Suits and Fan
e emal a s too fPOt4 1956 tio on July 20 r eIhlight of their visit to cy Free with music by Americ-an
e winging the clnart' He has e reafter. Washington will be an informal composer Leonard Bernstein.
few husori t ropd yea s H ei trl rThe ig ertet talk with President Eisenhower Limited Tickets are still. -avail-
nfew hours later it dropped em r o pL modest ealsr fd r m y hen.d July v0,tednen il at the White House July 28.ou ale at MP rriTsoa's. Informa
anyca$el r aoeirAopast exalted ruler rist eputytegrandrnwhichTheboys will mtour the Penta- ny be obUtained by cadin r Ne








. VALI, r. EVA PERON, Ar entia July b sentence for a 4155 Miami armed
-Mr.. tnthe. pou d0 (iUP)-Gorohaxa. At the persuasion of friends |, robbery, hve asked to be mar-
kitchen table and carried it He presently Qn vacation Iniago .theCaitol, the'St!t De-.
t t the rwoof," dr Shields the B A tor and e PeCtsh to re- r husband a s a Ind sr l DI In H ad WritD ried here
met 0 woat lndintly port back to work bout t nd Mrs. Ruth Graser and ex-ser




s a seditious movement at the Ar ended her self imposed hunger i Ps nd Mgovrnment Jerry KeUy asked Magis- 1A
S e til he oo gentine Navy base of Puerto Bel- strike Monday night She said she OW eil ie re Ed Sk to marry their even .
h when h A O l st only four Pounerds in more th ough they are serving the pris



teaching Job in Alaska The governor arrived at the than three days f going without -- on sentences. They were in St.
Sp in l authorities here said The deeply regions woman a t" by Captain Robert H Em- Carattini and Wheeler were diamond ring50 here.





S uDAY ptY e situation was normal member of the ilent Unity ricko, Chief of therm industrial D uin- cha r er the three main Bo thyare originallyfrom Toledo
the FourthW Buenos Aires was illed with r- Chch vowed at 530 pm. Fr have ben received on this chosen to attend Boys' Nat de hio
Smors afterswinging rou om police there and at day she woomuld starve "unto de aboveth" Is thmus from the publaishers, tate. Wheeler wason, and plant
SMar Dl Plata 2 mles south because her only child had been McGraHl Book Coma ny, Inc. orandCarattini che us-ra, m r of two











t th e capital, were put on a state called ito military service. The new 3O- age boo on this li illustrated by graphs, chinren saidesheTmetRKellyhFla .
Salert and all leaves have been d wth induction the den ., highly technical subect i calPlenty tchare of the Suand piremect court. er the BronzeStar and ule
stone, Dr. Thomas E.ought to reov- ofby its publisweather and ample practical They will be billeted at the He- 20 (UP -A 3-year-old divorcee











There was no official explanation bach, 26. had volunteered for two guide" of techniques manaat meant publishers say in part: ledo They came to Florida where -
or the alerts. Machine gunners y with the Public men need to run growth erop nivers "Step by of Maryland n nearrho and a -lyearan old Korean W a r
Stook stations in the d town po Health Sedraft law.d been a s season. by CllegePark et the wholere, both evording 1-year prison
ce headquarters at os A signed to a Savannah Ga., hosp for a copy. range of power plant data how browsentences for a cee, ne Miami armed
-Mr. and Mrs.momnts of ament workers At the persuasion d she was numerryh of vebooks in the engineer management in makin correct brosk they held to be -
figure they, muthave set Buenos Aires Provinme ruhed to and her husband, a prosperous ap. Indeus r Division Head Writes roed he a dr
sort of record en the provincial police head rse onvianced new he r in suburban enlisted in field. decions whether in choosing e- urfriend, ett te rings She
A I' Suy ntro io, a sedingous movement at the Ar hour. nd wasn't drafted a nd "from the better kown equipment and materials or esab then went to Miami and wh
t thefood ntne Navy base of Puerto Bel-estrike Monday night. She said she trate Ed S ilkto marry them even
r r rthem when th leave erano. Del here on he shall receive m one though they are ervin the which s-
oo teaching ob n Al Th governor arrived at h seat and good wshes insic Refrigeration and Air Captawithout k has on' sentences. They were n .











called to their barracks but sub- tary career." She apologized "to Cosditioning." duty with the Canal organ.sation Th youthful-looking Mr. Gras-
rnt headquarters t 2 am. and left food.ne anywhere who may have Before be c called to active du- se November 1953. eetn K
| deehfor Buenos Aires at3 am. after been hurt by my actions top with the S. Navy During He came hPowere from Charleston sh hd be an acom o har-two
r f th any e el w Involved in the move The eldeeply religious woman, ment"War by CaptainRobt H. Em-erick South Carols divided he wan 20As. Mik Tlakin a series r.
S1 history. n* m on a orimal member of the s i r n t Unity erick, Chief of the in ical en- sitant Industrial Manager of the hre main Both are originally from Tole





.Y. -- attitude" had caused his w to gineer. Charleston Naval Shiyard. ervt a sten fr m e o
Sur Buenos Aires was filled with a nervouswed at 5:30 p.m. He F sion, have bmun received on t Hea of problember of plant de- Ohio.chian state
mars after police there and at day she would starve "unto death",,Isthmus from the publishers, th sig administration, and plant
It7 Ma Del Plata, 250mIs south beaused per only child had been r plant work aMcGraw-Hill Book Cropany, Inc. operaleon. Mrs. Graser the mother of two
pf the capital, were put on a state calledinto military service.. The new 320-age boo on this .It is illustrated by g r p h children, said she met Kelly hold.t
o alert and a leaves en Faced with induction, the enhighly technical subject s called charts, and pictures. erof he Brone Star and ure
ctncelled. ist son, Dr. Thomas E. Blumen. by. itspublishers a "p r a c i c al In announcing the new book, the Heart for action in Korea, in To-
There was no official explanation bach, 26, had volunteered for two guide" of techniques management publishers say in part: ledo. They came to Florida where
for the alerts. Machine gunners years service with the Publiicmen need to run power plants "Stp by step the author shows Kelly's grandmother lives.
took nations in the dotown po- Health Service and had been as- smoothly and efficiently. It sells you how to interpret the w h ol0e But, according to -the pretty
'-- dq tl-o .ldraa ., s
licofor $6.50 a copy. range of power plant data howbrownhared divorcee, neither of
ut did not interfere with the tal as a assistant dtal sur n C in E rick has witten a that data can be used to g u I d the mc l i on
movements of garment workers as Mrs. Elumnenbach said she was number of books in the egneer- management -in making correct broke, they held up a St. Peters-
b went to their-jobs near the convinced new her son enlisted ins field. decisions, whether in choosing e- burg friend, eti the rings She City. K1
at the regular hour. and wasn't drafted and "fIr oam i Among the better known a r e quipment and materials or estab- said they then went to Miami and weI
do reports, from Mar D elI here on he shall receive my. on- "Heatiig Design and Practice" lishing company policies." committed a holdup after wheh
Plate said troos had been re-sent and good wishes in his mil.and "Basic Refrigeration and Air Captain Emerick has bee on they were caught.
called to their barracks but sub-/tary career." She apologized "to Cosditloning." duty with the Canal organization The youthful-looking Mrs. Gras.
isesuent telephone calls to the ci anyone anywhere who may have Beforel to active du- sinceNovember1 er admitted before meeting Kelly
LSWv I5mIiIlh ty Indicated that only Police per- been hurt by my 'actions t with the S. Navy During He came here from Charleston, sh- had been an accomplice of _
thifti IfW ySO'y In somel were Involved in the move. The elder B 1 uume n baaeh ex- world-War ,1, Captain Emerick South Carolina, where he was As- Mike Tulak in a series ofrrbber.
m t. aned an "overzealous reliouswas a consulting mhohanical en- sitmnt Industrial Manager of the ies in Tampa. Tulak is presently
i 'r m -- Iattitude" had caused his wife to gineer. Charleston Naval Shipyard. a snec for a .l
suffer a nervous breakdown. He He has had muclr experience in He is a member of the Ameri- Sobbed in Michigan tatea prison.
asked persons who have besieged ower plant work 'as background can Society of Mechanical Engi- prGrro
iTthe house with telephone calls "to for his new book, having designed eers, a senior member of t h e everything I have done. I want tv
5real* that my wife was. ,aad power patina ma Inoatifi ,," Engineering Society, and marrytjerry and serve this ma .
PRICES.-s75 & .40 a sick woman." partsor the wor ,,the Authors League of America. tenee. TheI am goigol
down with my children."
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