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V anawa American
"Lei the people know the truth and the country U afe" -Abraham Lincoln.
THIRTIETH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P WEDNESDAY, JULY O, 1955
FIVE CENTS
Rioting Vietnamese Protest
Armistice lDay Of Shame
HAPPY TEARS-Patricla Ann
O'Kane, 19, of Valley Stream,
N.Y., wipes tears of joy from
her eyes after winning the title
of "Miss New York, 1955" at
Palisades Park, N.J. The blonde
beauty is 5 feet, 8 inches tall,
weighs 138 pounds and meas-
ures 36, 24, 36.
SAIGON, July 20 (UP)
Thousands of rioting Vietnamese
protesting the first anniversary
of the "day of chame" when
France approved the Indochina
armistice pillaged and burned
the hotels housing the Interna-
tional Truce Commission today.
The wild mobs also sacked the
office of Gen. Claire Chennault's
Zierlen Elected
To Elks Position
frings, Doesn't Miss
Near Polo Grounds
m of his pursuers In the vl-
lnity of the Polo Ground to-
T i he carefree simian called on
ieveral housewives and snatch-
ed frankfurters and pound caite
from their kitchens before tam-
pering to freedom on the roof-,
tops bf Manhattan. ?,,,, I
* The monkey, a ring-tailed.
Capuchin, escaped from a pet
hop more than a week ago. The
animal was spotted yesterday,
swinging from a television aer-
few hours later it dropped;
Wi on Mrs. Barbara Shields.
"He took the pound cake from
the kitchen table and carried It j
up to the roof," Mrs. Shields
said, somewhat indignantly.
"He ate what he wanted and
left the rest on the roof. And on
my window sill I found frank-
Ju'rters he had stolen from
omeone else."
Police said the culprit last
was seen swinging through some
trees.
Record Harvest!
CORVALLI8, Ore.. July 20 -
(UP)Mr. and Mrs. George E-
yans figure they must have set
some sort of record when thev
bought $800 worth of staples at
a Corvallls supermarket.
They plan to take the food
with them when they leave for
a school teaching Job In Alaska,
near the Arctic circle.
RA ROA TIDES
THURSDAY, JULY 21
HIGH LOW
4:58 a.m. 11:06 a.m.
5:15 a.m. 11:27 a.m.
Harold J. Zierten, assistant
grincipal of Balboa High School,
as been elected a national of-
ficer of the Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks of
which he ha,s been a prominent
member for many years.
Zierten attended the 91st
Grand Lodge Convention of the
Elks held this month In Phll-
adlephla and was elected Grand
Esteemed Lecturing Knight, one
of the four offices of the Grand
Lodge. John L. Walker, a Roa-
noke, Va. lawyer, was elected
head of the national order of
the 150,000-member association.
Zierten is one of the first
members of the two local lodges
ever to be elected to an official
post In the national organiza-
tion.
He has been a prominent
member of Lodge 1414, for many
years. He is a past exalted ruler
and a past district deputy grand
exalted ruler.
He is presently on vacation In
the States and expects to re-
port back to work about the
middle of next month.
Civil Air Transport company,
situated near one of the hotels,
police reported.
Police opened fire, sprayed
tear gas and swung clubs to
break up the mobs which pillag-
ed the hotels Majestic and Gal-
llenl. Fifty persons were report-
ed hospitalized.
The mobs manhandled two
north Vletmlnh members of the
Armistice Control Commission.
Police denied that two Vlet-
mlnh and one Indian truce ob-
server had been lynched by the
mob.
Dozens of the demonstrators
were arrested.
By 11:30 order had been re-
stored In the streets of Saigon.
The government charged that
a planned "peaceful" demon-
stration of the "day of national
shame" had been transformed
into a wild riot by Vietminh
trouble-makers.
Others blamed the dissident
Cao Dai warlord sect for insti-
gating the violence and still oth-
ers the revolutionary committee
which backs Premier Ngo Dinh
Diem.
The Geneva armistice which
split Vietnam in two was ac-
tually-signed early the morning
of July 21. a year ago.
It provided that representa-
Uves of the north and south
vieetnam government should
Ret together to discuss the pro-
posed 1056 elections on July 20
wg; or shortly thereafter. '
The Saigon government re-
gards July 20, the day on which
former Premier Pierre Mendes-
France promised to bring the
Indochina war to an end or re-
sign, as the "Day of National
Shame."
LITTLE LI7
Two different witness' oc-
counts of the torn accident moke
you wonder If there's any use In
tudytng history. mu
Argentines Alerted
After Reports Of
Seditious Movement
EVA PERON, Argentina, July
20 (UP) Gov. Carlos Aloe ofj
Buenos Aires Province rushed toi
provincial police headquarter In-
day to check unofficial report of
a seditious movement at the Ar-
gentine Navy base of Puerto Bel-
grano.
The governor arrived at the
headquarters at 2 a.m. and left
for Buenos Aires at 3 a.m. after
provincial authorities here said
the situation was normal.
Buenos Aires was filled with ru-
mors after police there and at
Mar Del Plata. 250 miles south
of the capital, were put on a state
of alert and ajl leaves have been
cancelled.
There was no official explanation
for the alert. Machine gunner
took stations in the downtown po-
lice headquarters at Buenos Ai-
re, but did not interfere with the
movements of garment workers as
they went to their jobs near the
building at the regular hour.
Early report from Mar Del
Plata said troops had been re-
called to their barrack but sub-
Isesuent telephone calls to the cl-
:ty indicated that only police per-
sonnel were Involved in the move-
! ment.
Washington Tours
Planned For Zone
Youths At Conclave
An extensive tour of the na-
tion's capital to study the or-
ganization and functions of the
federal government awaits two
Canal Zone vouths who will at-
tend the American Legion's 10th
annual Boys' Nation program in
Washington, D.C.. July 22-29.
with approximately 00 ot'/:r
high school students from all
over the country.
They are Richard A. Carattl-
nl of Ft. Kobbe. and Kenneth
.]
SWEET SIGHTAt Guanica, P.R., an unloading machine sprays unrefined sugar onto a moun-
tain of the aweet stuff. It's part of Puerto Rico' annual million-ton sugar harvest The common-
_wealth is restricted to refining only 12 per cent of its crop. ____ .______ _________I

Ballet Theater
Troupe Arrives
For Two Shows
Mother Of Inductee
Ends Hunger Strike
Protesting Draft
MIAMI, July 20 (UP) a 52
year-old mother a t e sparingly
yesterday as she sought to recov-l
er from a 77-hour fast protesting
the nation's draft law.
At the persuasion of friends
SaSr-SSSfiiVSSSrisal Industrial Division Head Writes
Gables, Mrs. Martha Blumenbach! ._ ~V 1 *-
Book On Power Plant Management
THIGH HIGH-Tradition says
corn should be knee-high by
the Fourth of July, but on this
Westville, Ind., farm it's 'way
above that, as demonstrated by
Bebette Cazelais, a Valparaiso,
Ind., University student Plenty
of hot weather and ample rain
sped the early growth of crop
this season.
senate sessions, holding party |
conventions, and discussing two|
Tonight's program for the first
performance of the Ballet Theatre
of New York at the National Thea-
tre will include Les Sylphides with
music by Chopin; Le Combat,
with music by an American com-
poser Raffaelo de Banfield, Pas
de Deux from the Black Swan
with music by Tschaikowsky;
J o h ann
Kid, with
their own music by Aaron Copland.
Ray Wheeler of Balboa.
The Boys* Nation group will
take an Imaginary turn at run- Graduation Ball by
pine the wheels of the Govern-1 Strauss and Billy the
ment by conducting
bills currently
the Congress.
pending before
The youngsters will elect their
own President and Vice Presi-ler are featured dancers.
The famous ballet group was
brought here under the auspices
of the Daniel Society of Panama.
Igor Youskevitch, John Kriza,
Nora Kaye nad Rosella Hightow-
Tomorrow's program is Swan
Lake, Interplay, Pas de Deux
from Nutcracker's Suite and Fan-
cy Free with music by American
composer Leonard Bernstein.
Limited Tickets are still avail-
able at Morrison's. Information
may be obtained by calling Her-
bert de Castro at Panama 2-0357.
dent, appoint a Cabinet and Su-
preme Court, and generally take
on all the airs of their real-life
counterparts.
Highlight of their visit to
Washington will be an informal
talk with President Elsenhower
at the White House July 28.
The boys will tour the Penta-
gon, the Captol, the State De-
partment, FBI Headquarters,
Mount Vernon and other histo-
ric shrines and government
buildings, and will conduct their
own memorial services at the
tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Carattinl and Wheeler were
chosen to attend Boys' Nation
during the Canal Zone Boys'
State. Wheeler was elected gov-
ernor and Carattini chief Jus-
tice of the Supreme Court. ST, PETERSBURG. Fia.. July
They will be billeted at the U- j 20 jUPl^A 32-yearoW divorcee
niverslty of Maryland in near- "
Robbery Couple
Serving Sentences
Want To Marry
by College Park.
ended her self imposed hunger
strike Monday night. She said she
lost only four pounds in more
than three days of going without
food.
Copies of "Power Plant Manage-
The deeply religious woman, a nient" by Captain Robert H. Em-
member of the Silent Unity!erick. Chief of the industrial Divi-
Church, vowed at 5:30 p.m. Fri- in. have been received on the
day she would starve "unto death" I Isthmus from the publishers, the
because ber only child had been' McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. |
called into military service. The new 320-page book on this
and a 22-year-old Korean War
here, both seving 1-year prison
sentences for a 1955 Miami armed
robbery, have asked to be mar-
ried here.
Mrs. Ruth Graser and ex-serv-
iceman Jerry Kelly asked Magis-
trate Ed Silk to marry them even
though they are serving the pris-
on sentences. They were in St.
Petersburg for a hearing on charg-
es they committed theft of two
diamond rings and $150 here.
Both are originally from Toledo,
Ohio.
Mrs. Graser, the mother of two
Faced with induction, "the den-'highly technical subject is called'charts, and pictures'. e_ 0f"ne Bronze6 Star and Purple
list son, Dr. Thomas E. Blumen- by its publishers a "practical In announcing the new book, the Heart for action in Korea in To-
bach, 26, had volunteered for two guide" of techniques management publishers say in part: f ledo Thev came to Florida where
years service with the Public!men need to run power plants! "Step by step the author shows Kelly's grandmother lives
Health Service and had been as- smoothly and efficiently. It sells you how to interpret the whole i gt ccordine to the pretty
signed to a Savannah, Ga., hospi- for $6.50 a copy. range of power plant data how brown-haried divorcee neither of
tal as an assistant dental surgeon.! Captain Emerick has written a that daU can be used to guide 5 could find work and being
Mrs. Blumenbach said she was number of books in the engineer- management in making correct1 Dr0^e ^ey held up a St Peters-
convinced now her son enlisted ing field. decisions, whether in choosing e- 0UrB Vren(j ettina the ries She
and wasn't drafted and "fro ml Among the better known a r equipment and materials or estab- saJ[thev then went to Miami and
here on he shall receive my con-, "Heating Design and Practice"; lishing company policies." rnmmitti>il a hnldun after which
ent and good wishes in his mili- and "Basic Refrigeration and Air Captain Emerick has been on" they were caught
tary career." She apologized "to Cosditioning." duty with the Canal organisation nii. vouthfnl lookino Mrs Gr.
.anyone anywhere who may have Before being called to active du- since November 1053. I .. .dmitted before meetuii Kellv
been hurt by my actions. ty with the 0. S. Navy During He came here from Charleston,!^ had been ua^omXe of
The elder Blumenbach ex-,World War II, Captain Emerick1 South Carolina, where he was As- Mike Tulakin a seri ofroMier.
planed an "overzealous religious'was a consulting mechanical en-;itant Industrial Manager of the'
HI book, "Power Plant Man-
agement" is divided into 20
chapter under the three main
headings of problems of plant de-
sign, administration, and plant
operation.
It is illustrated by
HA-HA FOR ZSA Z8AWhen aereen actress Zsa Zsa Gabor
recently threw a dinner in Hollywood for the men she considera
the film capital's 10 mot available bachelors, millionaire business-
man Hal Hayes, right at next to. her "cutting In" on architect
John Lindsay who waa dating her for the evening. Lindsay, how-
ever, came prepared for the emergency, wielding a naety-lookinajj
toy six-shooter which he used to warn others that for that mght,
at least, Miss Double-Z was HIS date.
attitude" had caused his wife to gineer. Charleston Naval Shipyard. aVrvta/^Mnttnfw iTmed
suffer a nervous breakdown. He He has had much experience in--------* -'- *-----' !'
CAU
Hb*t*e
PRICES: .75 & .40
TODAY
1:35, 4:05, 6:30, 9:00 p.m.
AFRICOLOSSAL!
CiNemaScoP
UNTAMED
TYRONE POWER
SUSAN HAYWARD
'asked persons who have besieged power plant work as background'can Society of Mechanical Engi-
the house with telephone calls "to'for his new book, having designed j neers, a senior member of the
realize that my wife was. a ad power slant in maay cfansa Florida Engineering Society, and
still is, a sick woman." parts of the world. the Authors League of America.
He is a member of the Ameri-1 3*3 fn ,
%*
Also:" ..iu.it SiUlVf NLOis" a Cinemascope snori:
Mrs. Graser said, "I'm sorry for
everything I have done. I want to
marry Jerry and serve this sen-
tence. Then I am going to settle
down with my children."
The Korean vet concurred: "I
love her and want to marry her/'
NATURE CETS INTO THE ACTEven Mother Natura seems interested in the clouded issue of
flying saucer. She whipped up these unusual saucer-like cloud formations over Marseille, Franca.
The photo ha just been released by the US- Nav. ^^
Ex-Zone Resident
Dies In Florida
Mrs. Anna Harlman, prominent
resident of the Casal Zone for
many years and the widow of Har-1
ry W. Hartman, former employe
of the Mechanical Dvision, died
yesterday noon in St. Petersburg,
Florida, according to word re-
ceived here.
For the.past year Mrs. Hartman
has. been making her home with
her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hall in St. Peters-
burg. Previously she resided in
Corozil with her ton and daugh-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Hartman.
A native of Pennsylvania, Mrs.
Hartman first came to the Isth-
mus in 1009 with her husband, who
retired from Canal service in
1932 and died in 1940.
She was prominent in Canal
Zone civic and social affairs and
was a life member of the Orchid
Chapter No. 1 of the Easter Star.
Surviving are her daughter,
Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, and her son,
I. F. Hartman. a retired employe
of the Dredging Division.
LOVE AND LOCKSMITHSThe smack of a kiss, then the clang
of a jail cell door marked the "honeymoon" of Cannon Crossley,
of Beaver, Okla., and his bride, the former Fern Anton, of Dodge
City, Kans. They were married in the Meade, Kans., counts' jail
where she wa* serving a 30-day sentence for drunken driving.
Sheriff Arlie Johnston, left,' watches the goodby kiss before lock-
ing her up to serve the last 15 days of her sentence. a

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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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dated In the last 13 months
If they volunteered fe the A
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chairman Richard B. Rusel
(D-G".) of the Se.ate Armed
se"rteesConmmittee, refused to
dMelloM exact details of the
ooaKOnse bil. He uad "tentas
ti agreement was reached.
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tie tductes teMrve years.
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Anti-polio Inoculations of first 'and
school children of the Canal Zone h1w,
in the various communities s next Tuesday,
Thursday, it was announced today at hie
office at Balboa Heights.
.Splk vaccine donated for this of
by the Natienal Foundation 6r -ar
used.
The vaccine donated by tho tNotional FouP
for use only for fist and second grade pupils. It
of the nation-wide program.
The Canal Zomie program is being administqmr
public health servit* the Health Bureau ad nb.
wil be made for th* inoculations in this group.
Clearance for the use of this vacinen.wos
thli week from the United States Public
following an exteie nre-testing of tip
The inoculation is I La Sc3
bebig ted by health 1 .ty
a of the Canim Zone
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fmrthe ao s-of .0yMe P

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AWt^tte. tfwo um Sam
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Three brothers had a rather
unhappy reunion yesterWdaywhen
two of thsm met In-the Balboa

WJ&14 %:m Jerome. was
imed.0 oyefedyatterneon for
loterng air raid
llter..... _ar of St. The-
'Mys .hu B..., he was
aen t ce sta-
oA call to ho -
S- yoear Solomon,
ba an O. Solomon be-
~ a reused to
quiet down police caution-
ad im about his conduct.
Solomiio's main objection was
to the aet that his brother had
been detained.
When he utlnuod o carry
out n a l and boltru
Bhe wae fined
I for Uconuct. He
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Ottavi. o flt c ed-
Scifeowhan s who anre presenm-
totlves of Cotas Rica. oaaea-
la and Honduras. It was expect-
ed thLt Nicaragua and El Sal-
vador woUld alno be Included a
the group of visitors.
The trip hereI i being made in
a special om uatema-
a, and t reported that mGm-
bern of ODUCAs executive com-
mittee will be aboard.
Panama's Foreign Minister,
Octavi o Fabre Who Is at pres-
ent in the United-States, plans
to return to Panama by Satur-
day so that he may be present
to welcome the representatives.

Pope Receives
Touring Harriman
VATICAN CITYL July 21 (UP)
- Pope Plus XII received New
York Governor Averell Harri-
man In private audience today.
Harriman who is touring Eu-
rope *nd the Middle uast in I
private capacity, was accompa-
aied by his wife at the 15-min-
ute lOeeting with the 79-year-
old Roman Catholic leader.

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-M 1. and M. ite CimlOuca,
tro of West Orange, NJ., esteray
o e, muned their naw bI the first
a to be born In -an 'tomobl on
Be I te New Garden Ato Parkway.
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yesterdhhand would report, bauk
to tehudtof governments -t
Ththey said, would enable
the iblt conference to begin
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Blackout driving is proving
much easier r drivers of thel
504th Field Aitlery Battalion at
Ft. Koble, th aks to a new n-.
vention by Cail. William C. Me-
Hugh, commn ain1g officer of
Headquarters and Headquarters
McHugh noticed that if road
guards used regular flashlights to
guide the drivers at night, black
out discipline was not A effect
and that- if no flshllghts were
used drivers could become con-
fuseand accidents could happen.
McHugh's solution wu simple.
He used onl a regUl Issue
two-cell flaslnght- ond strip o
clear plastic. The icla0Pswas cut
In the fearm of an a and the
edges bevelled so that .tt -would
travel along them andMrm an
outline of th arrow. arrow
was then plaeed in *a wd pluy
which fits ot the hed o a flash-
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and yet The Eight is not viblefr"
more than 3feet. Saety is great-
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Prove Ro One Man Controls Russia


By LION DENNIE
GENEVA, July 21 (NBA)-Each
morning as President Elsen-
hower, Pri Minister Eden and
Premier Fpure, enter the green-
gold council chamber of the
Palace of Nations, they hake
the hand of a gray-haired,
plump little man with pink
cheeks and aunow-white oatee.
He is 60-year-old Nikolai
Aleksandrovlch Bulganin, Soviet
premier. There's no look of the
tough revolutionary about Bul-
a He dressed immaculate-
y arod smells aInty of eau de
cologne.
Unlike te clowning Red party
boss, Nikfta Khrushchev, the
morose forelg minIster, Vya-
chedayv Molot, and0 the Impas-
sive Manhal Oeorgl.Zhukov, he
Is a a friendl-lookIng, smills
ma. He donantly talks peace
and dispenses Pod will like an
orlental rug saesman.
me Is, In feet, the very /m-
bel of Maseow's "new look."
But look; re deepteve. Wut
ganim began hk eaer as 'a
member of Joef taH' se maet
pollee. He was the ON dk-


tator's handy tool during the
blood purges. Be reached his
personal "summit" over the
courses of thousands of his
oneume associates.
But does B. ganin represent
the Red summit; is he in fact
Preidet Blsenhower's opposite
number?
according to Western diplo-
mats .ulganin is only king for a
day. He played second fiddle to
Khrushchev when they visited
Yugoslavia.
In qeneva the roles have been
reversed. Now It s the bouncy,
vodka-guzzlingl Xhrshchev, en-
dowed with the shrewdness of
the peasant he Is, who has taken
a. back seat. Sometimes he seem
Sole but usually he lets
aMn take the lmlUlite
TCe pemer nodnalr oaut.I
hat h bieet to
move forward it getting
the nod from.e ptd
In. contrast wllh^Bulpaln
careful drees, Khrushchev' Isno
aartQMal droamB. He Is.potbeMl-
d.1 ldheaded and wears a hat
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tbei re=peeuv aea4L
Details of th- vacinaton pro-
gram were announced today In
a memorandum Issued by Col.
Charles 0. Bruee, Health Drec-
tor.
The schedule and other perti-
nent information from this
memorandum ollwv: -
Written oonAmt of the parent
of legal guardian of each child
The age lUts for eligIblity
are five to nine years, inclusive
and' only those students who
were in the first or second
grades prior to June 30, 1955, are
eligible.
Only dependNti of residents
of the Cartl Zone or of non-
resident U.S. etimen employes
of U.S. Goernment agencies
are eligible.
A school report card and an
identification card of the parent
or guardian will be required, ex-
cepl for pupil in the atln
American ehoolS which are now
In session.
The vaccinations for depen-
dents of civilian personnel in the
UJ.. rate communities will be
given as follow.
Balboa Schoolrymnasiuni -
ayJuy 36, 0 to 11 a.m.
and 24to p.m. For all Pacific
side communities except Oam-
bos.
Oamboa Medical Clinic -
Tuesday, July U6, 8 to 11 a.m.
S iNorth Margarita School Gym-
nasum-Tuesday, July 26, 8 to
11 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. For all
Atlantic side eommmuinltJt5__


57 Young CZers

Get Going Tonight

In Show Business

TonihOt the Benevolent and
protective Order of as presents
the Vinitlo Mendenhaul enefit
"ncore" at the Balboa Thea-
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presented by olleg and hh
school students and will begin at
8:30 ,pm.
The show's first number is two
elections by a sT-pleae band un-
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+ p lyeial leterrite i C lld elateg socide. ptie...Watt aces s t ive either the V ,ftt-,n oa, g" ti ...g 1 '* z a A^tht he
u-s o' ti i p iper with pr t de ntepilm e ior eot orepu-s w Se at e tf usaa.s u wnepresent. "
Citt lhteps e g e foe m copeetsdg p va es E nen oweU baced & to ito ue in lu A bsl
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.tm ~ Uo.n.aA.' Te Tcale GRIPlE pron sal to Coress. any czvman- N-dwee they t-o,.
a iM. we, y- a n E eap wuh me 0my, Tn a s
I fe years at I ha y had the privile to conduct na neaso e
Se .onnt owith t u ite f a Mr o ri l nor Loss lrn Irii at' e
y r a o American m iUen re silent of the RepUtbc of a g reor anrdf ort te ear e L ii
oaSmra. noW r;. l_ andupmehem" In a re.ft drinRe l I-a- e 01mthqis B omnea g .lh te



etten g kanittee, I so wish to private yo u atr aaftlaIph haahe y r nstawan l Bom B
gm oa hat e h t.e opportunity to oherve the effect of thee o more.
dthe c t Zoe r nt on'theeeonomya a a. faf ye red ye ar the h-ipeinotU bwtinApta



*h latiie cannot -peak with the 2autl oreat of Mr. Dllweg or hasu ng r a s s u o t p a reieaa arvte
4 hwlo, nore can my e usd is u weo i ifCor d to _eng me h.o e n-.dares hox ausn welanse




Sr IUt oospeadn my eximeeaton bef theSnmb o t ersalne a orineratr, rangmnt qut competerin deda a
tn nem tcltte l e do ish to ave m f of ewour com n tair n ~p unne wa o




saose ol the views which I hav f r e gathermied through personal ex- emn i.S -o w at g -a Dn a. e e llo nartesa t
S let me criticize Mr. Daiiwe st etn t ton ves ohtsaions en lA9 gi v17 oeniautr dmo- -f 1- M I the
niatio... "trhe Panamaoie ns do not like us... R oa so w ofthae tnoge ht lte
SA eadi n to the UP report c carried lbY your n eww e gr. U,- smetary sev c o p were viotat. ar. c Baitae al, .



l mid that he bo ieves" thr s to be a fact This otae t is g nt h au repat b rincipess Pos ay cIs at y* o dth time
e pt r elative t whom nrl Dwe considers US." r fe en eri t pI Indr w hio pp ate n.e., pu t w
dwett3 meanZion ans in gene mol, A her1Ca in partcuinar, o an tr cer- p.cing iv8arn Sa Y Ut f V on t e







uha ll t e cn shao our GoMSr neiators what's Here. h oers Step oa to edw a a se wayt t heyDtoon or a b
ainIndvdual or typee s of n oIh dualv amodt whom Mr., DoLlwegb gvisegt cn uc hsa ings she. xprAcotv oee heo0eKIs *




My S5 gSasneAa met thr initi e nrmes ricant o f tthesr es o o rean o a cojar ieAir rsf ir SgtMe aow A
*' himse tbe o upede roastins or ynl~imtg, aa.. ea We m e..




SI o the av ethehe opfpr u mallr tuyptO s e rvichef 100ah e r Mo prtea c eas po a c tic p - eera lea e ont
hrefteCeo, thr e ten uoncsats to naPanama .. rrmt-yeeo e ss ,. I uythe .eo'Ii i ine
raton includes. an ommented upon by USCA, numbers i tori anD- freraeto, heallos, j ad Jeewiry, o r days tae oe thae rn. B I r ed
r.n. .wn -,nr m bin. snywenlpanties toSendsMWatohes 415 after the War, Gewar 1 i W z ;n

re ta e nteta t wie th t d Navy aoSsWoods the qR
e uml ber nwse whtch calls for the te hint i on of i aSnufactur d hmei ba odttlae os h an ol sa m r a .e o ero Ae
S. d th dpr sideg oftgoods f.o sal e in cana ne, c al ol s ~ fm he as.Re a e of 11a5 __ fetde hi no h A It asooaiat a a. l Ha 'u ia
I p eten ia vorite of Co-eM Aelleg s esitant ieem M a it e - I-ViI I I so tes Rsld t o temno ot o gt s he s N









, f the Uno anwions ont a lk e rus".w1or l e lponutgo bo au o this e| fI ala't qarr It is \I e o t g I e Jo I s aV a. Iet I l ths o r = mi r ahise b h
verm nt s ll not be permitted to en ge in indus- overnme.ttt of wa e, ion .c *.. .. .. .... _lr, Mst aie r s Al a 1 o f *al ion
A i BcNt lBon withe private et erprlAe. hs mot res m o .U wS re au ite bury se s Presi ti t to k athe .f m stae n C "rp- r, r
ed thae US PoWvearn tis e f o mf ti ths pivatse saeowe n s p the retd It up iw as kt a tveri p she athei
I T t at i atr e cale for l aa ih e aire rs g our owa n se.euta to t n tore s ore rertr eassoe se y dM iont oWbt dst .at ud m.
ShDMant ldll o rlsin e ne ourismaller neighbors whit we csan Eai xrpdricnt Herbe.auatr Hoover'so.t- maram-+ 1.1, as a. ..r an o t










Coa i n disbumbe addtolten sefs oo the soceJa ofartch fn Sor s on gnse pusCd eocthon 6. r t ot I ts Ad.aa B~orrllerao the
As ar aid iv i glosp e t itio wtwn is a copce rn d th er eino doub tgb ut- aMdg such theyot r ach raopbledo co tfe eeS m It
dai t the US ovenment wethig s unl.ited, f ancial reserve can of Government lst My iled a extep o, Admn alE ate s Pltsot p e kor
s1t erfe nathe competetio n rin mat e rl usihon ess ato an a onsa hihle rho a ut and lhppoe re i the -- e-sathe to h ow ev, d d ms nt they don't want bnA-s- !e te
s ireat but Is tai the ovt. tined aon r th or a a ink how ow the i th o the ane o .e d uInk min ie wise O 1 f ttl
t on Ui nitu, tee onust .o-n ,e warN oGar in u. h t e l - mt o t A-.eesp e- ou tohe nfrea .e o S:ahgary .o te and nr rate iot. Sio d _onk sto .e r- th w a, a er a A r, ezn ,..a to
haa totletn le n elongi to rivate .anustr any- blal the shro dd s hi"d e n o ti o pW th Persina n. r lem, eer c ha h e ow erI ore. Movae, No ut ogelt ha ma onsI e, t vot, eas1 Rv! t toe. l e *.
iwhXu i the ad p sd wfoeit are erise t hr m ati po on uuofe ote fi tnion demasst ra l lf e t and o e- d, bo loth on l b raon, t e inee r ts was o. I Lats eavy ow evr Issting
tld e oerv the soei y ori cose i tive of Ciam lseie eR l ued mor1m ofethry e ttinot th e d e the oth ree an. r was iet thrd It p. All thio ca.








bofenScl Botr itn rln ot tb e r ittd s in l g vr ne n out oc er n ttobotmse -M O tB o at wo w h No a A a r t u Arm a n th er t W o st on pe RtetrCo.
Wom etionth s eto pofa sone Tradc e Ahos envrig w h r e usin resros.opf p b srth rmai nre te a to th. ind It wa u lie a nto ha. d aU esU i s ot ra Jcoe be ome i eals al e o n d eals .so a rn g o
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hut I ufthe ellw thdshowloursmornh borsww emon- What m enthaS 37otherS trtp throat andura a o to to I ow S t he:, Dim t ag is I m a wa o a o t. A Norwegian by b
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mn~am toar y w an8 thrinyalca lly b195a.e a re n Whd Hope ? tent bra ockbroker, r I a zrt kb ln time.One minute wam' ba t to m, gote GnANCE AB- tec ica rolim a t ot nasrlo
poa elon number ten refers to the source of artice forC.hwtger ,e lo at a lre a e TV et evertonpi









in opi u e te a ush eo mealltsetting up as o dariker- btoa tunis oicredr ol r ateena. w-rii ng I Ahc wrote antlin woor s wio e W asb a ba eit, N .then Do oksto p the. A ral Mrte le a o ei
sn le n the Cnal Zoneb. The UonCA cannot aoree becaue en sthr e A sia nk he s hof pands ttthinki n a ut lite wae i the S ha t aotner ay mov eit t areatoa a fi- en o officer w im .
whiert e irt ntng u"p of a monopoly_ ot C Panaba._ But tha e USt Iodu t oA gii n ow P. aik teor' hveny U Ttsa si ha e acd a t e h maositay, fr way of AocGosn Wandear. o? aM o ick. l tlby. a
a eth Ob u tle A r sae o as in has e e le t. NT asrg ut riorouyded fbr Role rt tohn.ent i o riinubei e
-o bos of l r ic e the l are m t n I ot no pajamas, I got no spare heCstoI on s. 'oatt
.w ." o ntiethes ..aio osm e wFair am lr nadAe been towel, I gno fot no egu to me ta. no pain. -aolnr Aj es. --u-lolnegs Ae auW o itt e ai e
ea therehareM ntdewrt.o0aw on the importt hins f om e Csnti,_,ionoin All go, s aotiIit boo0 clott sTawe
ot he hnowmloniceanw elfin hha .a" ingl e ht that bust anoai mTse the esaod. Maw editors. n aW pUthsser. ak Wth ee frm opahe Wa
dthog won lOecl.eaolCntrol dl was act te.undA so pTrh e t I iang th T re at oeblr, 11* t adIamlIn i ont cbontroledp. i
s e ars s ncasth m eorebtsi nsl tin Cf r m osthal vr r eg eua t in e actey r e p usom e- (Thin g .oile hu t e ogyoui" a erican," oeen .im.r laosowee, awn n.ew i' .a lbrpwo tea l e -liaton
or .haongm i htpo'talldm ce.tain c n erior oovh Cohmio sslo Inventry had with the eontral th he says, "Souto. eroripen," Saw Paul Dudley wn .othon. Cswo.e.e. so
.today sntr a ryin IM. of these whatever na It) ocktor0ne Iaye No SklrtimetheOnete Iam rb a to e Pwot 1 Ie lollrcti: gI.anDolr5

2. snI ta boWarof e rvamn w inaotw t ea"ona usreCpEd, .uin additionIla edlohold a ,taentan's pri oal rn o ho ill e b looIill F t aof tih t itr sloalruca m p eft tl"n,, wa ToVA e' o d.is'l 5_liis .o. tvee alontr,
A theasau today an a re TSlt of wa timae service. aset ete n i toant e cream y. tllnd h witoh a Notseh .inki otate drid eMOesa hInt the room itano. _t Tthay at oeioa Tindcfer y o iss ,a i
S However, larmt me jus one point of opinion.., h alt 1, If cement mixin, lendtso on to wa stce and the esnehtal' aot tioat nreak into bedIh Sap and a t wnte adoi dwolA. krow me m a job Ither. held i yiirsn Amril i e l
S ha to aompele in examination for civfl srvipc l tl nleIt and wireshouwe ln. "b w ak up itilM Naan Iotarno thpa t moare. Matia paIsss me n th e Since iing that bors Amica. hin monument, thgh it
weeal whogeeoi toteo moNorin o ym hre at omthe a T.,, -& Vogel hs onil tly I ot- ha tuned out tobelrly e
the basis of general eWrse ,, well s professional a y 11 ,teW M :to wltI.
what i there to fe p "frelners are permitted the salame eM- fyasne at ous ttr id W donl meven naow wat Cuntry P nk I m ia rwhen all P inte lOr.T D ep i L ade rs aint ote DA o in- t, s- shet over watr afnd h f
a ato eo tshhe s ame statusfacehoelmawith'"Whttwll- e ., hali thee lilc er th olna.ttt the oth loispbofltosw ortno nt si nelrw s aid B ohrtI De kedon- as Wh y spe.tte ra
n to h i o hau lo been closed dowsa includanl g14 w a gt eaboute e iah SmIe lt thhb id a st t e los, .atial therbe, wast taIe pd thia r ottl s .
thatyeimpoofsthsemthinasnhad' w sd thr ato. aoot Ti ng ar ieberreL, r a .. a e .cular Army officer? Who reco wat o s e
S d hV p ed t r ablty why shouldn't they be ant auto repair shops, 10 lundies, haw many colmns I have missed, a st year o s0 and Ln ieve Pulu, l y n e hand,
STav hn d l tr ardes nursee atld eva it n c an t ll Ithem t tS ho e io t thrb King bies. Iaa wIn radully lq si ad i uo

t lth l~nels'that his tLpified the American Way fOr these scheduled for death. out of a couple of weeks. Third- Africa again. Shot two tiprs ano h fa f toan.i nowa ue--
o LM ei idtoeWht Hoppen d re burns on hand, another cou. India. Write out maainea neb t me, te Wander ere oin to lo him uin M ynd. He
l eart, I am certain that the treaty wi be ap- pr hed. R. Porter H ardy o two das. cut down to 00 Made a movie, o home and st for a spell real w he was. early Antarctic xpedons
u I sb ai context. It would be apity If this do ment (D.-Va.) says lIt a shame to cose Itali.n ot
h eeh ha v found the open ajprooval of our leader on Iotih se dwm the Navym's ship boto pn t o e ts, andto Ee eeffecnto of the stori f I t po utloon" t Attl
Sthe Irdtr were to be altre to suit the convenience oafew. fatory in Norfolk. ep. their as oitle iAntar e n -.. ,
..'. o enaieasprof essin Marty,, Jr., (fl Madsys t -eeN IIL.halountI.AL.eves Hadwwent.to,.,ll La veer poul. lraavai e-,',
'anotheosedbketball lea ue was iwaagratedotetodth inkinttsmnhaetesetmIkiaM ea lthe American perel nees .efore t b
0 M g e tiuu .at a&Wemput on theemoctoravem e tnledocalyrdwhy.?sa
t1 o lfD a wis eo ttu is eismwh t ri says. : . .... o-t.... Its nas s e.SwinEd.s_,nd or the Sp ia ler had
6 dyearswithmorematedaltrneCandtobadenig shooladdinthegsain. ac a betusmadterllyo biggest mve. publicity scowh intin bus hness"Ia a
ofavng m em ailvo to nac tedhea r su eloa th e di os l tor tnsfwy
beg:rne"hthe doorstareopenyforatrswlWithon- Wha'damteehaa3tOthewo-hahder ocdm tNw n, n
.Ao u h etbec t ori dsrneath .A''.a-hat Sowootiga rs-P, n t eWeGt The f peointu1i D rftl,
t tm hehisgatypifariedt h isAm riesnWay96rthesemchooutifact uply eofweeks.IfThird-former champwasaedw he's nvelty h"Jcltoisthe AMatret e n T
noWhdby ervw the n pered b c bursav tn lm ngandothero.sIlla.figt afouter So.Mgloious* ewS timentheWit 'd ollas lnghis no a b
I a. e lr In w hignthe, nldcotisionw gllb ae. wFnor w t ppo l iticsav e arm tihereks bntot rpeesr. o H ins aon ewr-thbaskonheaseItgigo 6 Q s oe
0, "'iuof the selfiso foa o w h8,o throgram At andgher alprnI s ,betno a s hiped
Vhwhhastfounatchs eOdenapyroc""of"omr-"eonpAidesclownethe N e,.ship bottommint -
<'!i pt livesotleattobinw 0 days Inead tx y the-conveniencam Sw sndtawa i-tt yerStrasoia' I 0Re eo o n o a n
wooldisc.wrongtin suadownthes-oonoa..,at,

Bto NhMvL thaeba.ot n o such who17 hav theirtelesbopes asablonde tithi be and she's poiou s ,w mete Adams. "Weiet.li.o
L, for eedi t to no onenbuth tee,, coah, tiE pORIcRur .. --broviewedot o o,. l.
.Fo t atheofthlerticswasnauguratedbyteptanthm ttos 5vU month it was "lotreyLal.urntthe ar t" I
vrii'n b13 .-it is the Intent ofhthe basketball c maachstll the thoCatnr had hes motr far lgeto 8 t.i in Aunust. ysbet?..

U01 L to bring A e Atu de.s iwtwhatfIgo leor.'nends ,.l.go iiofene.n- o o a1.lef-,ut ,.





11G-T "N o ad t DeEidEdi & ebedot Pord th.dat lovein ah, uerslas Gar. Parliament s a. in"wi r


-b ".- TI M K IZC. C:n. )--me ... lShaw, Wh Pl. o s but not for plat-Unum bim .
TO U "the "I won't marry again" tune, .-yaG a way ,P I
w nl owilt soon with Laura Bas i Count es Jolse DboreIssmlS F k .i henp
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Iedadrm (am was Pas& Do mellsfe tI MGMfaotory. In the 41'. .+... ._- + -' "-- ._ .
eel_~\t hfaedthe la t Old dewR)wIRo aas P e oLlas w o ek mail I lac ea that (1 Pea me
the -id:_ .I6Baet A r ftodo Datellin, Lost Angell, CaIi f.: . _YoungB E Hamilton and the serm..m .to 8wi te da wr
WASas.e M k Marla Brano kan'cl In su- erHarese m.U,
ra-r with Dana Wi ter, the20hdidn'ttellhfiends a u
"owea obM Fox starlet ,.. Latestreprs on two wks ago earAgn
alfaulant OM a nso bapfto n her sedan..C ,.--
who utan tieds .... Screen lovely, "sh 'but they .-
eotinu! Way of All Flesh, Katy Awado
uLarry And M Ye, he's ti e ra ttan's son, Lamne .e hi N to i -
.-. Universal later i mes ms- ing around IaJ sam. I .t
...-V w Rit ain Feb._n a ohaulfmr.4 1f
expectlhi "
Rod Saur .Ao nRita is doin t Kli"a

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lI Pelping."We he was visit-
In g Red China's I6ao Tse-tung.
After the banquet-studded visit,
Slo departed for Moscow.


w m *va" w. vIaM ,' ..
Ied gaId ls eA.p l .te t
Wab sin theqAWe' YTAW e
p niatuir a nos r haoR empuL e
e hae C thine bIrout ae nre
-W .in 2mL. Ifr.th ceawt n
I0 w charged with vtioath
pr -rlel,-en.eaws byl-.msin
ktdwls. Thee Supreme U0
pTadI the noiioo.
Atty Gen. Herbert rownel
Il Wu gon the hAW s
nit a attempted to coied lt ex-
penadlmeu, nor his It attempted
O bt the fee hat hey were
made -in or elo with the 164
primary nd. general elections in
*The position of the union ap.
peared to be simply that the sta
tute is unconstitutional, and
heone, u.eaforoeable," Brownel
said.; '
SDemovrttie Sen. Patrick McNs.
mars and ether Democratie endi
dates for Congress appeared on
the union's .shows, moderated by
Guy Nunn, who has appeared for
some time on union news and
commentary broadcasts. Republic
cans were invited to attend when
they protested against the pro-
grams. bUt declined on grouu
, be declined on grounds
tile shows wereillegal.
McNamara in the leection upset
eblia incumbent Homer
the Senate in the current Con-
gress.
The union was indicted on four
separate counts. Maximum penal.
ty n conviction would be a $5,.
000 fine on'each count.


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Home Help For-ovd

Weeks On Their Own
By NELSON W. NEAL


PONTIAC, Mich. (UP) Par.
ts planning to send children to
summer camp for the first time
NOKTB (D) II must prepare themselves as well
t as their children for the "emotion-
V AKJ9 3 al shock" of leaving home, says
K an official of the American Camp.
4 9 842 ing Association.
WEST EAST Stanley Michaels, a member of
10 8 2 the board of directors of the ACA
S 5875 4 Vto and operator of 80-acre Camp Na-
KJ QS 4 078 helu near Pontiac. says the ilrst
time away from home for a ohild
SOUTH is often a tearful experience for
6 A 7 54 3 both the child and parents.
V 2 "But it's usually worse for mom
J 10 9 8 3 and dad than it is for their son or:
A 5 daughter," he adds.
N, orth-South vul. Michaels i convinced thilt a few|
Worth East South Wt weeks in camp is one of the most
9 Pass 1 6 Pass wholesome experiences of a child's
'32 Pass 3 Pasp I life, but he says the boy or girl
*34 Pass Pass Pass leaving home for the first time
Opening lead-* K should be mentally prepared in ad-
vance.
"Any child leaving nomd is like-
South was reasonably satisfied l to become homesick." he says,
with the contract of three spades "but nearly all camps make allow.
When he saw the dummy in to. ances for that in their programs.
.la Is hand. He was surry he They try to keep the youngster so
andi't passed two hearts, but he busy for. the first day or two that
JouMdn't be sure at the time that he doesn't have time to think
-is.partner had a strong six-card about home."
luits I On the other hand, the camp-
. fWat didn't enjoy opening the, ng official says, mother misses
.m| of clubs, but he saw n osensi. all the noise around the house
feilternative. He knew that dum.-when junior leaves and sometimes
y' wiuld furnish good hearts on becomes over-anxious about his
fvhiiB South would discard losing I welfare among all those other
culs if South were given time.lstrange children.
t*he-only hope was to grab club
r.tson the run. a lul Michaels advises parents to talk
A' A it happened, South bad the about forthcoming camping trips
-ci of elub arid won the firt as a happy adventure to prepare
S with it. He then led a heart themselves and their child men.
Summay and led the ace of tally for the trip away from home.
tieta to get rid if his remaining It would be a big help if the
aBw club before going about his child has had a few previous short
other business. When East ruffed stays away from home." be states.
-the eight of spades, South "Even an overnight visit with his
saw no, reason to change his grandparents would take the sharp
"la'; and he still discarded the ede off the first stage of home.
( club. sickness.
st now led a club, and South ,
Vufd. Declarer continued with a "Camp person n 1 1 usually
iwdamond, and West took the trained to take the positive ap-
9.51 After dog- thought Westiproach toward homesickness. A
I the key pavyof returning a child is never shamed out of show.
-heart' beingg his emotions. If a youngster
Ebt saw what was expected of admits he is homesick, we tell bhim
li,.n and obeyed orders by ruffing that even soldiers often long for!
Vi the queen of spades. This their own homes the first day or,
pl3 put South in trouble. He two they are away.
couldn't afford to discard, but he l..
couldn't afford his actual play "In short, we treat homesickness
.. overruf with the ace of the same as we would a cold. We
waries. make sure someone is always
i situation was now hopeless, around to take care of the child
croolsruffed for a few tricks until he's feeling better."
diamonds in dummy and Michaels says many camps do
in his own hand. but West such a good job of this that they
t all t thr. e trump tricks later have to prepare the child to
Ste contract. accept the fact that he sooner or
later will have to go home.
_"It's rather flatterin for us," he
S- fa "hut at the fend of the sea.
J son the youngsters often get home-
sick for camp."


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Green Oid m e '
(Serves 8)
Nine-inch pastry shell, 1 egg
yolk, beaten, 3 cups chopped green
onions, cup butter or mar-
garine, 3 cups thin cream, 4
eggs, slIghtly beaten, salt, pepper,


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SatA rentprom In Fonda, ateM planning a fUoIa
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SM. and Mrs. Fran L. Beveridge of laleah, a suburb o.
Ma l a, have announced _the engageent of their
diht w- XSeflnret, to pl. Bobby Le Wineford, n of
l.afle&WInard Of C ..d.
9 th Chwok L ,JohnO tUes of the continent.
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i'nrper -prty at Albrook 1n Mrs. -C
on Tuesdayeve In i sgsi e P0opeO
o n rr. and M. EW a? r. o
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asf e .-l- omie in tdotf ei. Anilt
31, . iWhIt, MriW
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he tuta Included Mr.' and a4 s Le mq.
M .W. Bass, Mr. and Mrs.. J. kard, Mrs. I
B Vt, W, andc Mrs. E. Framp. Mrs. Erma.
Sand Vrs. T. Hitchb, Mrs. The center
J., .and Mr. and Mrs. E. was a seake
by baslsinett
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tw '-" Nod M sa nephew Mr. Leqture Aft
oMooN"leit t Ioer home Dr. PaulC.
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tower .9 Mrs.- Alice'
Blowing their regular
TuatdV at the Amer-
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Mrs. Patricia Georpe,
Rypn, Mrs. Leah Ou-
aroline Dedeaux, Mrs.
,,Ars. RUth Daniel,
'leuel, Miss Shirley
Mavis Compton,
MeKeown, Mrs. Ella
Muriel Black,. M r s.
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Norma jean Hill and:
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this. Line pie pan With rich pastry,
fluting he edges prettily. Brush
with beaten egg yolka ad bake at
450 degrees F. for 5 minutes then
place an empty 'pie pan inside Otl
pastry oe, reduce-beat to 300 de-
grees F. and bake until slightly
brown. Cook green onloDS (some
of the green part, please) in butter
until wilted. Put over the bottom
of the baked shell and pour over
them the thin cream scalded and
mixed with the slightly beaten
eggs, and salt, pepper and basil
to taste. Bake at 350 degrees F.
until set and the top handsomely
LUs Bean Paprika
(Serves I War more)

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come out and hae & me fun
while supporting a wor] y cause.

w il 'describe the Civil War aya
: William Trconek Rham* r
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'I Won't Buy Your Reard,' uath todue. -Theo
Father Ten, Hie Dasig r --bus, Oh i.to. tn ut do
a plantationa e Pha City,
To parents faced with the prob- Ala. tM- Hew twas BaN |I
lem of either giving in pt all of a ty of a Dotor Ingesaw. who |
teen-ager's demand aving the bought hm far W 00'
teen-ager pull the oM "You never ,
let me do anything', or "All the
other kids get to do sach-and-such" ROBERT E. LEE '
line the way one father faced up to
the situation may be helpful EAST PROVIDENCE, R. I. -
When his l6-yeax4d da1gbter I
accused him of en lettiloer (UP)- The grand old Southern
"do anything" becal'he d nut I
his foot down a fetotiMes whe e name of Robert E. Lee is getting
felt it was necessary to do so-) for
her own protection he said: quite a play in Rhode Island poli.
"I love you v much and, of s. Two Robert E. Lees, one a
course, I want o love me. Two Robert e
But I'm notice w your IOVe Republican, the other a Democrat,
"Even more nportant than are candidates for delegate to a
by h being an-e 'a nhat. 'I
h youtihink Iou'mweo erfua hi state. constitutional convention.
doing what I know is right for
your own good apd your own i
protection."


The honesty and the strength of
that father's answer to a daughter
who was trying to high pressure
him into turning a "no" he knew
was right into a "y" he knew
was wrong an attitude that is
sadly lacking i. -many homes to-
day where teen-agers rule the
roost.


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Sto ia'gr them happ butr to
Moak beast overnight, then copk guide and protect them.
in malted water until tender.-Saute Too maiWapyr edi uoNl oU
onions In butter until wilted. Add o their eM3OhtJt to k ietlPm
mushrooms, cook 4 minutes, then ha Sendto wei the appiatl, of
stir in paprika and flour. Cook 2 the kid? and their friend.
minutes more, before adding the A paren's (irs duy o his child
drained beans, sour cream and is o do what is best for him.
salt to taste. Heat and serve, Children should be made a under-
sprinkled with minced parsley. stand that fact,


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CHIRPATOS
DMn. A. -dK OMULAC
(Palmer Graduaiyr u
* per Awea 1 41 3*.


FOR SALE
Household


FOR SALE: Mahogany table
with 4 chairs; men' bed, living
room st. Bet offer. Phone
Novy 3655.
FOR SALE-- Living room din-
Ing r om. bedroom furniture.
Very reasonable. Phone 3-1280.
FOR SALE: Spoeill designed
bleached modem dining room,
bedroom, custom made living
room; baby chiffeonb, bathin-
tte. All in now condition. Call
3-2739.
FOR SALE: 4-strand Ratten
living room furniture. refrigea-
ter, steve, bedroom furniture,
good condition. Two bedroom
apartment with terrace available
to buyer. Phone 3-4474. Con
be seen until 7 p.m.
FOR SALE:- Leoving Ilthmu:
piece living room set $600; an-
tique tables $50 end $25; ma-
hogany dining room let $125;
four new aluminum porch chainrs
$50; double metal bed with
mettreso $20; steel tables $5;
mikc. household Item. lnmps,
etc. Apply: Mr. Reod's chalet,
asphalt road opposite entrance
Lions' Celenias Infentlles. Trans-
lethmin Highway. 15 minutes
from center Panama.
FOR SALE:-Double bed com-
plete. 2 night tables, dresser
with beautiful mirror. A-1 qual-
ity and condition. Baxter Traens-
ports. Ask for James. Phone 2-
2316. Prkice $225.
FOR SALE: Practically new
G.E. automatic washing machine
60-cycle 5150. Cell 2-2441
after I p.m.

FOR SALE- Bargesi. Westip-
house outomatl'waher, 6 g y-
Ce,. geod condities. $S5. Ti"-;
phibo "; Colon.


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FOR SALE
Automeolil


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FOR SAULE-1450 credit on a
Chevelet. Old bil er Buick.
Sell fw $1400. Phone B~lba
.3450.


FOR SALi.-1952 ,rlish M.G.
1500 miles on rebuilt engine.
Excellent onditie. Priced for
quick sale. Call Navy 2649.


FOR SALL: Attention aute-
swne: Your last chance of ob-
teining brand .w, factory e-r
enfe 1955 Fords t local Dul-
on Price len 15% discount.
Trode ins acepted, fiencing .
ele evaileble. At Agencit Cm-
mem in Panama. PIbme 2-4721.
Limited auto. hit. Abl eH kinds
of A-I Used Cars and Importd
Used Tim et bargain prices.
German Fords m lsoi available.
Come for a free demonstraion.
FOR SALE: 1951 MG. w
paint end top, excellent mecha-
nicel condition $950. 86-4298.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
two-ton tudor sdean deluxe,
excellent csditio n, $595.
2613-C ocoli.
MUST SILLs 1950 Mercury.
Phen' Navy Pacific 3778.
FOR SALL-Ber gai n, 1948
Buick Super Sedea with radio.
God buy for nly $400. SMOOT
6 HUNNICUTT, S.A.. Colon
800.
FOR SALE: Bargein, 1951
Chevrolet business coupe. Excel-
lht lcomltien, good tim, point
ood, only $545. Call SMOOT
R HUNNICUTT, S.A.. Coloenr
300.

Position Offered
OPENING foa Exeutive Secrte-
y fluent in English and Spanish
ditetito and translations. Retf-
eroNea r Ired. Call telephems
No. 1-4934 end 3-4935 e-
tweemn 2 p.m. a*d 5 p.m.


FbR SALEIS-SeOepbsu, Im
Comn with s a end seceuorE
e lletcienidsln. Call -.247
Ks I.y.. '
FOR SALE: A.K.C. Coker
Spaniel regitered pups, 2 mele.
Call 88-452. Qurters 151-A
Fort Gullek.
FOR SALE.i-Mines acm rend
light motor sod together or rp
rotely. Panama 3-5950;
FOR SALE: Singer Zig-Zqa
ltet model mowl nachine,
Md eight montl like new.
"Cas Admiroble," the NICCHI
rteblbhient and the sta)e of
Admirable furniture, C n t r a l
Avenue 10-30, next to the Lot-

lds will be received in the ef-
ftn of the Suppl y Diretor,
Commissary Division at Moent
Hee, Canal Zeo, until 10 a.m.
Tuesday, August 16. 1955. whoe
they wilt bhe pened In public.
for furnishing 4.200 fat beef
steers, from Septmber 1. 1955
through Aulout 31. 1956. Invi-
tetion for Bid Forms, with full
tleutiiarn, may be otbalned In
thek office of the Supply Director,
Balboa Heiglhh. ar of the Gener-
al Manager. Commissary Dlvi-
t *ion, Mount Hope, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE:-Strong box 36",
$180; adding machine $30. In-
formation at le Cream Parlor
"Orlentel," front of Poloede Na-
eloeal, .. .


motion: TPhone uB.h.

FOR RINT:-Apersmet:
room, bedroom, dining
Skitchn, Wathroom at MRl
Phone 24764.


k,,t, 2.1-IIS. -015.
a--nt SLeara.. 435,. Be ,,
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FOR RENT -New oedem com-
pletely furnished apatmon: bet h
wotr, 2 -bedraoou,. edio, ltv-
iHl and liing rooms in Le Cre-
to.. Ceo I-1.99.

FOR RENT:-Unfumiksed aprt-
meat, perlor. dini ng m yo
bodreq m,, mold' sopeptl. 2 bths,
porcl., lorae, $100 at Belle
Vista, N. Obarrio Sreet No. 23,
"Aneyemi" Building. See De
Castri, Annue B # 9-42. Tel-
ephone 2-161 Panama.

FOR RENT: -- Moder epart-
ment two bedrooms,. Miing and
dining room, porch, kitchen,"
moid's riom, gar e. For fur-
ther Infomertim pleoseM cal 3-
4986 or 3-4282 Pfnamo.

FOR RENT: Modem unfur-
nished screened apartment. par-
lor. dining room. two bedrooms.
maid's room. tn o h. pOrch,
gra.ge $SI ID at El ngrejo. G
Street # 2. See Do Castr. Ave.
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cb-8tletal Livey privately .. 8 I. flag scheduled to continue operation to.
a _m ocean-going dry krgo and passen. stalled 23 at mid-year, or three be.
s gn," ger carrying vessels totalled only low the Jan. 1 total. Dry cargo
ran C Rt1m_1 1 vessels on July 1. reflecting the and combination vessels in th e
ae Weed JanwI highest rate of vessel employment National Defense Reserve F lee t
3I l 1-4M sn' l..Ice Korea, the American Mer- declined 'rm 2,023 to 1964 during
-teh Wt cbant Marine Institute has report- the first: in months of 1M.
OGh~ ati ed.
According to the institute's sem- The report also in *l4 ,the-lot-
DMsttbte by i-annual research report the e- eat available statistics on our dry
enactment of permanent 1150 leg- cago 'export and import trade.
tno de Maodro, S.A. Isolation (P.L. 664) last year has These ho0w thatour &'y carO ex-i
,been primarily responsible for the ports .in reed ron t av
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WANTED:- -V- h e Mti quarters,
Augu let or Augst 15th,
Working couple. Cell .2-49.

WANTED&
MiwellManeous,
WANTED -Wringer-type wsh-
or in exchange for Apex amt-
matic. Troanforma^ wbere cor-
reet current unevailable. AlI
need small Om steve. Phaso 3S. -
2331. 1 ,


t Degree Moeeing



The Fourth Degree meeting of
the Archbishop Maiztegui Gen-
eral Assembly will be held at
the Knights of Columbus home
on Balboa Road, Balboa, at 7:45
p.m. tomorrow.
Dinner will be at the L. P. 0.
Elks Lodge 1414 at 6:45 p.m.
M ter zilman will Instal
the newly elated officers. They
are as foUows:


uleil, theist, B.bqiqgmFE
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lot. redeick Mghl, Inner
Sentinel, Alvi T. tim, F. Out-
r Bent Wil; Wliam B. Bowman,
P'. Trtee (I yrs.; .James T.. A-
mo, T. Trutee (2 yrs).


FOR: SAEl: CheM: i tr
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uns Ffth ave. Ste). vity during the first nalf o01 55. to 3.6 mllon tons monthly in 1954 FOR DAL OR E -NT:-w. k. i
On July 1, 1955. privately-owned and to 4.3 and 5.1 milHol o ms re. Webster' S a nt a Cloar house.
dry cargo and combination fleet apectively in Jan. and Feb. of Cell Mr. Magurer, C urun di
totalled 719-ocean-going vessels of is. Import volithie for the first 4187 ffter 4:30.
7,555,000 deadweight or 11 vessel two months of M has been at a-
.,and 63-000 dead-weight tons below bout the IMS and 184 level of 3.2 '"ETTUCE" FIND
,...l.the total six months earlier. The million tons monthly.
Slil ilMWl i' .decrease in fleet i z e resulted w'r HAVN ne. -(vU P)
..,.from the remol of 18 veseoNEW HAVEN, Conn. -UP)-
60,275from the removal of 18 vessels Garbage Collector James 0. Bish.
1 0 75 : 1,2 deadweight as foUows- 16 o a dW RCf"e, uein
S ;by transfer or sale foreign, L eton;n pi byb a ,
sale to the Maritime Administra vety Its wais $I3 ing cashpalbutIt wasn't Cthe
atioe and one "average" vessels t I. .i',_ !tre~i._ was$ W In c.,li MAJOR. C.I E 8.&'M.eI*-
t f t indne' ae.veraolde fver srap, ses irNght 5A, I" WbC he picked from aP il of AN arrived recently in the Ca-
Snd for scrap. refuse d llal HriV imuse st.ar nit. owoer QM Zone tor duty. as asitant
Additions to the fleet during this rewardd Bishop with ; petroleum ocer, in the area
S t' time riod totalled seven vessels ut Sle e, ha ar-
.,of 96, deadwilght a- -fbiows l ll mploismlp, ...
,-l four mariners by purhase from TELEPLHI Ior to to
lace the Maritime Ad action, two major Leo Hayes of Fort Gu- .L' .Ne, as ed
.aic at Coel. p mariners from new construction, lck won his third aiht Pan to the Auburn General Supply
and one bulk dry cargo vessel con. ama "'Amed tesl. 0 Depot, Auburn, Wash. MSc-
g hr two contest, secveed from a tanker championship yesterday mom- -- owan with his wife Louise
par'_t Kabbe entertains Te report shows there has bee n at Fort Amador and then LUX) VENETIAN BLINDS and their -._ uht Ma.ry L..u-
Treepers and third- no change in our 40 active cor- tmed with Pfc. Jim Flanagan vJ EBN Sme, 8, t her__ at Qiu r
Atlantic plays at Al- m. 4ype passenger- vessels of rt Davi to give Army At
during fi t rsthalf of 105. These lJntic the doubles title. '
ship a mnagle trip lift capa- '
Troapensjoin the top three city of 11,715 and total 490,000 It was the second year tn a '. .
Sin ,another double r found gross tons. row for Flanagan in the doubles. FJm the depths of ths human kHw t.coming a
det~dul.e that starts next *Last year he played on the win-. -.
y wih AA at Clayton and However, relation to the om- ning Coroal team. ... ..
ugers atK obbe again. parable prewar fleet, our current /- ." J VI l u P U E
Passenger fleet repremnts o ~Iy Hayes' steady work wore down .1 V *Jl hl
* eNavy ended its league one-third by number, onea t ird Pet Dave Pery of Fort Clayton '
SMday night, losing to by amsenger lift capacity .d fdr the title. The former West NOW AT THE CEKTXAL HI4TREf
tsen. 341M, in a battle for one-half in terms of gross tOnnage Point netter gained advantages ,
t e. Tonight's action will of the 18M fleet. of 6-3,6-2, -0. i
end of the road for Al. Our 001: deflleney is of 6 2 II -
mad Navy Pacific. further b 111 b it ,/ the double finals Bayes ,
that not se vesse of this type is Fld anagan polished off the
dg's tilt at CocAil is the on order or unqroanstructios r f adr duo of Major Arthur
r Clayton sline i toppled US. flag niy. .y Kyr: andd M-gt. Crisanto Ca-L
6, NAU. last Thursday at foreign compete lO b4%W" .u ,-3- 8-1, 7-5. J
m. That triumph increased over 50 vessels of this typ.
avalles' leading margin to An analysis of the area of oper- It was the second time Ama-
ames but the Lif elne r s atios of our private fleet shows5dor fell before the champions.
ad off the half-ame on- that there h.en n increase of b .n earlier match in the dou-
s.inmce ~Howevereven "A
e increase our cu triumph 6 0-4, ..2. The other
k& the Lif jun tradeursc17 HAYeo-lobnagan victims were
hls WO reachedi.
Oke l sBix t1etotalleda mofDickRh and
,s_. to Wing.a or 77 percent rpet. 6,-1, 6-1 yeter-
A, b u H wlldh
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words and baldrics for the in-- Th younger oth of Vice Air Secretary rol B.r
stallation. President Nixon has received his bott today requested that the
notice for Induction into military Senate Investi1gtint ubeom*
Guest at the dinner and meet- service after being reclassield mittee hold a public hee@t29_s
Ing will be Chaplain (Colonel) I-A. his business connections "In veqw
H. F. Donovan, who arrived re- of rumors, publicity and dl~spa.
cently to. assume the duties of York county Draft Board 174 alon.
chief of chaplains of the U. 8. ordered Edward C. Nlzet U 2, to
Army CaCrlbDean. Father Dono- report Aug. 1 to some camp near Talbott made hbi request to
van Is a Fourth Degree Knlght his present home at Le Habra, Chairman John L. MC'tOM
from a Stateside assembly. Calif. (D.-Ark.) of the 8ubpogwMtme.
S- which ha been looking I.ta
Young Nixon came under '- J bott'sstatus a "smpg".
Neat Bulganin, risdlcn ofn thelocal bord ner" in Paul .
in 1048 when he 1yed1 with New York manaement
(Continued from Page 1) parents Mr. and Mrs, W lM nl .as,
... .. - Nixon on there farm at Meng0s Talbott made known I re.
two sizes too large. His crumpled Mills, York County. a quest water It was dIon taBt, -
gray suit Is decorated by a brown He received bis i notice anbomit w IaMle
Ue Oct. 1;, 1954 w1le lVrIng tlta ehdidS. _
SeWhittler, af., but wa cmi or~ to show he W
Jv hdgs a fhal fled 4k4'ghortly after thLt wheo sughtbusin ssfortb.rI
are picturep taken. It Is he who gled In an cci nt we em' iOte-twe ti a ,the.firm
tals mle nute on theed ployed with t C o ni, l 'fr
HeAS'"vodka d garr company.
,otSrerly has ne- raft board a recent attos showe4 he was detodid
lefatedi& the boto a of She -laducUon physical evamin sufficiently to regaalify
politburo's hiera rc h y. Which
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S.-IMr. A7. Hall of Balboa,tanal
'ers Zone is another guest at the Pana.
S monte Inan. Mr. Hall ais remliec-
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ad on the Canal. construction for
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ABOARD THE S. S. LURLINa a insty suspicion that Morris has
(O route to Honolulu) (NEA) the concession.
TZhlere's nothing as corny as But at least I've learned softe.
Kansas in July--or shipboard am- thing about tle hula, even if I
ateur talent time. didsnt graduate. Every hand ges
Especially when your boy John- ture means something. And that's
Wa, under the influence of Cruise more an you can say about the
Dctor Howard (Let's let our hand signals given by people drive.
hr down) Morris and several ing automobiles in Southern Call.
.d s of something called F Plant- fornia:
's. Punch., w 'etup as an off.- I'm not even sorry about flunk-
baritene wit *even other fel. ing the hula course.
male passegers in a group i's such a shaky business a
ed as the Sexy-tet Plus Two." 'kla dancer has so suture.
I ar ~ :ir. .d aw ALL AROUND THE DECK:
Hawaiia.s, htaand He tw, beautiful girl aboard ship Is
ty Davy Crockett eaps, no less. Mst beau girl aboahip
1 ni.,aSppnT -^- b Alyce Atherton., who won the
.- sEhuldnt. M m- "Mls Luriine" contest, a high.
w' ut i T tdd. .M of every cruise to Ha .-
, -T o.he kube' w -1,hSe i,"-'a z a University of Oregon Ji-
Vow S o "!. iwi, .....t.a.reing to baher hoe I
to Morris, M a Best a t e u r hula dancer
Onth 1... vati mong the 7w 6 passengers i Har-
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Burms, Hel=s PtO, atrl Do ane mnid dyivi. Crawford. r outgoing bord. seat- wt
Od i are 3bsa dmIIbbi l i fyiford, N rn Thaor, Willie Gibbs, Ru h1yuphr e, "
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Argentine Alert Ends -W ith .A platoon soldiers rmed as
drawn shortly after noon from Nov.,
the tudilo of Radio Belgrano. and.
where they were posted iappr- Aoi
Navy Sent On Maneuverstently toforestal any attempt to
seize the broadcasting station. ch.d
1 however a slmlar military "We
BUENO AM.3 Jul 1 () crule division, along with de- guard wa kept ouslde the stu- ho.us
-Pft dent Jiuan Pron ru h- stroyer and frigate disions and d c. of the Radio SedO.d
d from hi ridene to the r he W ansport. broadcasting chain earl don their
Mins Yesterday and confer- it recld that ear i teir
red forSvehours with ard At the ame tie., the com- the June16 rolt, the reobls ding



et l e ld 25.o n n nmav . ...... e__e coto o -e'
prices es o muique said the River Plateseied the Radio his
e obel* nt ouad began operations Mitr broad a eating studios ook
ay. e lh e river. which they used to broad st

de, l adtt Pt 2H led paint
-here en all leaves wre =Col.said.
red. were canel- A
the alert was lifted at, 3:20 "Mqgnific.t ObsQssion" Tom together again for: Doi
.m. and later a routine navy as a
f le e t h a d le f t I t s P u e r t o j dlera .. . .Le sla* n d
ng exl es in d isouthern wa-n
In Montevideo, across the Rv-.
fe Plate, exled Argentine navy.
officers claimed to have hsd
Sword from Buenos Aires. Ind-
eat8 the bulks-of Ari tinahss

re nto demand Peron's ouster. I
the eileaer un Dssed skept- -ca
cm of the ueno A re a navy nit the
oIUmpltIue.,They pointed out
that no maneuvers are ever hld bring them together again
at this me of the y der, whichJu- HT T
Is the com munidde of the southern
Western Heiahsahere's winter.
A high navy source f t Bue-
nos s a__dmitted that mi-
winter maneumes are unusual
in the South Atlantic but said
it must be remembered a
fleet had boon largely I"
led revolt June 16 and It was duee-dic or I tim In recent years has been rn _it-
[ felt moraip would be raised by ed for -International's Print by Techncolor-Cine-
* fc theti ci ran1men1antic adventure. "CAPTAMn I Gofoo.
I back to their sea route tand starring I Hudson Barbara Rush and Jeff Morrow
The navy communique said iggHi ,,Mis Rush. produCer Ros .unter and director
the high sep fleet is under Dougla II1.mede. fbn.u-' critically acclaimed "Mag-
command of Vice Adm. Juan nificentw1, -it'Was the success of this fiUm that
BDasso, who hoisted his flair a- nm t o executives to bring them together again
board the Cruiser Neuve de oJu- ja," l JA .
t li. formerly the 8S Boise. .,dap ,from W. R. Burnett's book of the
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HOLLYWOOD. July 21 (UP) They fold about their secret wed.
Clara baie, a ve s an t tour ding pleas that were as finely ex-
cailaless marriages, said today Ae ecuted as an Army maneuver.
Dopes at oe ag go w4 to become
a father for-tne brast time. "I've been going out with Kay
for about a year and I proposed to
Gable and the beautiful Kay her ln the gardad about 4:0 one
SpreeKels arrived home after a afternoon three or four months a-
*eek 9 honeymoon at bt. H1eiena, o," he said. "She s a I d she
Calif., and met toe press for te theiught it would be a good idea."
first Utme wile sitting on a wish-
ing weu l nte garden ot his sub- Ten days ago they dro ve to
uroka ,ncido rancn. Gardensville, Nev., nl Gabl e's
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d at esca otner ana ch o-
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eU as a wilet wnen te and
i iamily. I
e have 40 across here-I o t0
oom," added the bride.
lie acquired two stepcinddrenl
lilm star, Gable shook viii-
ix-actress elopes to Mmauen,
, July 11. She has Jean, 4,
Adolph, 5, by third husoana
ma bhrgecels.
like the idea of having the
ren around," grmnnea hiale.
U add a room onto tIet
e for them."
e Gables were the pictures of
nesteity as they snowed off
matching plain gold wed-
bands (We star wore his on
fourth finger because he once
e his third).
re're glad to be home and we
plan to plow the back 40 and
t a few fences," Mrs. Gable
d go fishing Gable added.
"pite his more than 2 years
film star, Gable aHoek ilsi-
during the S-*mlnute p)rs
irence. But his bride was cool
poised. '

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So Owners Rush Season. League
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By MARRY GRAYSON tackle from Tennessee;h HAWElTE8
NRA Sports Editor Childers' a 2llpounderI Pittraa 4
Ede View A. and M.; Herb MDer- Plaer ft. p. to.
Think it's hot? Well, how about moltt, a 230- under .from Iowa ot 1 2 1 2 24 9
the 00-odd professional football State; aend Jim Walters, a 2'5 llon 1 0 1 2
players working in camps from 0- pounder from MissiiplI, are on- Dolan 0 0 .0 0 lI
lean, N. Y., to Redlands, Calif.? ly among the top newc ers bet- NahMadA. 2 0 2 4
The money game of rock and tling for line. posts with the de K irchaler 6 3 1 1
sock 'em is back with new faces fending Western Dvision cha m a Kihl f 3 0 1 4
klespite the heat. pions, the Detroit Llon. Watson 1 11 -!y
Name players play 37 pre-sea-Watson1
son games for free, so the own- CLEVELAND FRESHMEN are O .
son in the blazing sun. A numberlTexas State back, and Sam Pa-
of these games will draw from lumbo, Notre Dame tackle. ThewuV -
,000 to.go0000 and all the nobleIChicago cardinals' peagreens are
athletes coRect' is expenses. The topped by Max Boydston, Oklaho- Player g. ft. p1. tot.
- Rams have the n o r e luscious ma end aond Lindon Crow, South- ece 3 1.1
na aits along this line, with t he ernCalpifornia back. The N Aw L l tonr 3 hlt t
Redskins in a charity show, Aug. York Giants, preparing way out BarbLDCAer 1 0 2 l th
the Browns, Sept. 2; and the G west at William th Mette University of Roett 2 0 3 .
--.ers Sept. 9, all in the huge Los Salem, Ore., offer Joe Heap, the Reynolds 0 1 1 1
Angeles Coliseum. Notre Dame back, and so ich oBf a 4 1 I2
you good es of an exhibition the Philadelphia Eagles are Dick TOTALS 16 7 -- 3
Sme slate-Eales in Da Ils.'Bielski, Maryland back, aNnd tac- -t
skins in Me l ie, Ca rdinals inI klie Buck Lansford of Texas. The. WILDCATS, g h tl a -r tan basDebalL
St. Louis, Steelers in M I a m I Pittsburgh Staeelerslead with end J Io sg laer th abe
Browns in Clevelnd and the lantiEd Bernet of Southern Methodistgia Player g.ft. pf. tot.drillsba
ant Chi co' Detr Soldierit Fieland tackle Franc end Jrrim Teonmp of AnDelegado 4 2 5 10
The pros have raised millions of Notre Dame. B Leslie 0 1 2 1
dollars for worthy causes in these Ralph Gugliel.mi of Notre Dame nFearo 1 0 1 2 L ,,




.eal gameso ibnd thep roceeds veisa expectedtosharetheWashin-HotWebb 0 0 1 0 Spear shm g
magnates a financial cushion ton quarterba ckin with Eddie Le- a eas 3 23
S rainc y dayse throughout t ei Baron. Wisconsin Alanl Ameche hmad. .4
-ampionship grind. It costs a lot will do his future borsing for the washbu1rn0





dtetolney boyequip," ship and feedBsaltimore Colts and is n more. Jas-3o -e U r O
gr.. idiron mammoth and he hassisted n% front b center TOTALS Imroving Hakee
f- b noei tha o e quipship se a on d fee d Bal mo r te y C olts wan lu te be as- playe a nooth _'Re l m
',e it- shap to play football the Szeymanski of Notre uDaame.. e m
S front d cus the drittoday Chicago Bears have Bob atins, BADGERS Lack of
S he Lions' meat6 ill ale Io n path Ohio ltate back, and end Joe l0'e bp la_ caus to











of* thctrube ndngreets ate r wi. ftaspn.omins to peridianout .n
ichigan State Normal, Ypoilan iMalley of Georgia. Player fg. ft. pf. tot.
last summer was $9,000. Eglete son
e C G AL GREEND oAYfPACKER ostep 0 0 1 o i A nnl
THE COLLEGE ALL .. 8TARit uphwith Lee Riley University Mead h01e hird
Game at Chicago's Soldier Field, iof Detroit back, end Jim Temp tof Angstad7 4l i
e Cleveland Browns represent- Wisconsin and guard Tom Bettis Ebbs 11 1 1 23
.a oe i l r S dedaprizeinarfishin
"t I you mliht suspect. The Rams halfback Dick Moegle of Rice. TOTALS 245A6 ,e
acklethe Ft. Ord squad in Longs The baseball clubs still have a 5/ 1
'each, Calif., as early as July 30, long way' to go, but football now -Scheu l Fc


and the strong boys alire off on is a quick-starting game-in more.
-She pre-season run until Sept. di. ways than one. Asate


The championship season opens So, if they dont watch it, one A tead erilyIp troving Hawkeye
oeSept. 24-25-26, depending on t h a of those pitchers who continual ugbote t olydump a eothbari


front. scuf the di and tugs at h i et s. aer
The football pros have no part: pants during a 3-hour and Ca-mm-Woverine club 52 at 30. Lack of
*of the trouble in finding prospictsIutemarathon will be asking the spirit and team play caused to
that perplexes their baseball, umpire in msy Ceveland,for & Wolves to appear ridiculous in
Ste/arts. new ball one afternoon soon. many Wildcats while the lose
For example, Jim Salsbury, 220-, He'll get it-and Don lo pushed the Wolves deeper into
und All-America lineman at UC- theBrowns will throw him for ahea
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UNDERWATER AND SPEAR

FISHING EQUIPMENT

The Largest Assortment

Ever Shown in Panama



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Across side street "El Panama Hotel"


Where Friends Meet Friends.


YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED


SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
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Underwater


Tournament


r July 30


DAVE HINDS uses a fork to catch a moray eel n another
under-the-surface endeavor.


iZouiltes, servicemen and akin
divers in the Republic of Pana-
ma have been sending in their
applications for the 3rd Annual
Underwater Spearfishing Tour-
nament all week. However, ap-
plications can be still forward-
ed, until July 27.
With interest in the skin div-
ing sport growing rapidly on
the Ithmus, this year's tourna-
meat promises to b to be the biggest
yet. For the first two years, the
sponsorship of the meet rested
with the Canal Zone Skin Div-
era Club.
However, three clubs which
form the CZ Skin Diving Coun-
cl are handling the 1955 affair.
The twone w clubs formed with-
in the past six months are the
Bethmlan Aquamen and the At-
l.q Sids Skin Divers Associa-
The csal Zone kin Dlyers
meet each Tue7d3y at m:30 p.m.
in the Curundu Community
House. The Isthmian group con-
venes the second and fourth
Monday of each month at the
Balboa Yacht Club at 7:30 p.m.
The first Thursday of each
mouth finds the Atlantic raiders
meeting at 7:30 p.m. i the
Maroarua Club house.
The speartishing competition
will get underway at noon Sat-
urday on July 30 and run until
2 p'n. on Sunday. The tourna-
ment -I -open to all sklt divers
in the Zone and Panaa. Prices
will b awarded to winning in-
dividupal. -
Members of the three clubs al-
so will be shooting for the un-


derwater spearfishing cham-
piowship trophy awarded annu-
ally.
All contestants must check In
with the tournament committee
at 11 am. opening day for last
minute details and briefing.
Headquarters will be at Tabo-
ga Beach. Those paying the $2.00
entry fee will be entitled to at-
tend the beach party the eve-
ning of opening .day.
Competition will be divided
into two classes: free or skin
diving and SCUBA diving (self-
contained underwater breathing
apparatus), -
Entry blacks can be obtained
from any member of the three
clubs.
TWIN STUFF


ITURGS; Mich. (UP) -
Both Dr. Robert Mowry, a veteran.
arian, and "is wife, Margaret, are
twins, and Mrs. Mowry recently
gave birth to twins. Mowry's twin
brother, William, is ,married to his
wife's twin sister, Margaret. And
going back a little farther in family
history, Mowry and his brother are
grandsons of a twin.

OBLIGING OFFICER
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (UP)
-Kazimiez Zielinski did not
understand the charges against
him in a- motor vehicle case. The
judge asket in anyone in the
courtroom spoke Polish welU
enough to ewalin them to Zielinadi.
One person did-Patrolman Frank
Osora, who arrested ZielinskL


A LBOA -STARTS
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Another shindig for VFW
Teener stars will be held this
weekend at Post 3822 tomorrow
evening between 5 to 7 p.4. and
Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m., there
will be free snacks prepared by
none other than the weil known
chef, Sammy Samson.
From elght until midnight
during these two days, there
will be dance music with a va-
riety of Latin and American
tunes. Those who do not care to
eat may dance or listen to mu-
sic. There will be other diver-
4ions at the Fund Frolic.
The affair will be held at the
Lt. Frank P. Albrook Post 3822,
Veteran Foreign Wars, located
on the PAD-Curundu Road near
the old corral area. This fund
raising frolic -is being sponsored
for the purpose of increasing the
fund .to send the cream of the
teenage baseball crop In the Ca-
nal Zone to Hershey Pennsylva-
nia via SuS. Cristobal, Aug. 6.
This week, several generous
contributions increased the fund.
The Emblem Club of Balboa
sent- a check for $20 and the
family of one of the boys slated
to make the trip came across
with $25, paelMr ra.
J 'R "u e. end
gcjurd CIjg PjA fa de
Fuera y ,Luz chipped in with
$16 and Mrs. Bates of Gamboa
contributed $5.
Monday of next week the
committee will announce the fi-
nal results of the drive.


Nashua-Swaps

Match Race


August 31


NEW YORK, July 21-(UP)
-It looks as If the dream race
of the year will become a reall-
William Woodward, JuinIor
says his colt "Nashua" will
meet Kentucky Derby winner
"Swaps" next. month-provld.
1 only. that Nashua trains up
to expectations. -
The raf will be run at a
mile and one quarter at
Washington Park In Chicago.
August 31 s the date. Wash-
ington Park was chosen be-
cause it s neutral round and
because it has the honest
home stretch nl racing. The
race will be worth pI1,On.
The dream race also will
feature two of the nation's
best Jockeys--Eddle Areare on
Nashua and Willie Shoemaker
n Swaps.
But everything depends on
whether Nashua stays in
shape. If the olt fall to show
proper form. in training, Wood.
ward says the race is off.

Sandy Saddler


Loses Bloody

Manila Fight

"MANILA, Phlppineo, July
S-- (UP) PFeatherweiSt
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ssed dpt that.Gardner
had run that- fast and Keith
h)inelf said in his opinion he
had done no better than 21:5.
"I looked behind iant slowed
down after *te first 150 me-
ten," sawd G6r4ner. "I was
coating at tre sflnih after I
realUned I was so fa in. front."
Probably the biggest thrill of
the evening was turned In by
Keane and )l Spence In the 800
meters..
Evidently using wer- planned
strategy, Spence set the pace
after the.start, while the ru ged
looking, six foot Keane strided
easily far behind the field.
Ieane began' to move up
gradually after-the first400 and
with 200 meters to go, he got to
third position around the final
turn.
Just before they entered the
straightaway, Spence, who had
been leading Panama's Tomas
Williams by a smail margin,
slowed down momentarily and
It seemed Spence would have
wound up third to Keane add
Williams.-
Spence however, appeared-to
nal 100 metep ad-Ilie and.
Keane Were locket i eAtt-
ing duelW wlt Wi I tfar Ji
the rear.
ieane drew away n 'the- flial
10 meters to win clearly. '
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2. Cristina Pefoi (p)
3.'Alberta Barrett (P)
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8. Tomas Williams .(P)
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2. Alberta Barrett (pF )
3. Cristina Pefia (P)
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T!her WU, for en.pr the 8 peunt punlcty charge by Havana PAN CANAL FIWT _
aMM .w onh sIl offl to n i hnof theb hall lulb'S Mnlot. Plaver ft. ft. pl. lot.


e- .ra .- G -. U -.W U -r U*0"-- --a .r adley 1 1 23 a *H af PO V0WW now Bob Blarlock pIchqd W.rw shut-
"There are 15 papers, seven of top rating which out in for i Tom Hadley 1 3 2 5 hEd i 11S wPU Ir t innings t rllet tit 'epener
ull shares, and eight which get halfr oton," de Ar e ex- IJim Potter 3 0 3 6 s ieI P Wl. t e pick up the victory as the Jets
plmined." As the admission charge Is oa centa, the pucity Jim Rowan 0 1 3 1 them 18 times 22 2metin collected only four hits. Johnny
impost is an Important one financially. ~. Fitz erald 0 0 0 0 route to the ant last season. Faszholz set the Jets do w n on
David warren 0 0 0 0 The Whitex routed Bob Tur- nine scattered hits in the night-
"What with paying to cents a head to ihe visiting elu%, with J. enhaven 0 0 0 0 lay in the first inning and built cap to pick up his 10th win of the.
six ents in to the International Leae, and 10 percent of ,- up an 8-0 lead over the Yankees year against seven losses.
the season take for stadium rental, and the ullar contract I TOTALS 15 5s 35 in three frames. Dick Donovan,,
which binds the Havana team to defray the fly exei of __ who is fairly certain to be thel Russ Sullivan of Columbus'
Incoming opponents, from e hmond, our home out on- ICOLA __ __- slammed his 19th homer of the
fronted with an impossible situation ....... -al year In the second game 4o re-
"Last year Havana drew about 200,000 persons, and lost 55,- irerry T. Cost 5 1 tothe Hit r main ahea of Toro to h while tou
005. This season the deficit will be even greatest" Tom Ingel a 0 0 1 0 league-leading Leafs were drop-
. The inference is that, perhaps even as cli ait 1956, the In- Jame Stacy 0 0 2 .0 --- ing an 8-7 decision to the Syra-
ternatlonal League will be forced to examinl/Atlaa as a pou- Doug Pajack 4 0 2 8 MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS cause Chiefs.
*'ble replacement for the Cuban capital( Will Wilkinson 1 1 2 3 B UNITED PRESS The Chiefs, however, remained
S- Ron Hulett 0 0 0 0 (Based on 200 official at bats)
Don Hulett 0 0 0 0 Ry;
DON'T WANT U.S. SYA ..lJames Smith 0 0 0 0 LEADING BATT S
TOTALS If 2 1 22 NATIONAL LEAGUE U nir L
"01 late, there have been developments In the major le s TOTALS 10 playerTIONAL ub r h Pt.
whieh threaten the existence of our Cuban League, which plys core by quarters: 8-1, 16-7 C'nella, Bklyn 9 252 46 86 .341 V
through the winter, as well as circuits in Puerto Rico, Veneuela- 28-11 35-2 Ashburn, Phil. 83 322 53 107 .332
and Panama" de roos continued.The unbeaten pan Canal Pilot Se Sr89 25 80 106 .326
"It the maors do anything to kill off these leagues, Ameri rolled over the strong cocao- Burge', c. 67 26 40 74 .314 CO
can relations with theOtVheat countries will suffer erloUsly. Ia team with ease in winning 35 "
You ean a9t ~M~g lb, ivan tow much. to 32. The Coca Coly team ume AMERICAN LEA(;E -
te -.-- .- after t missed easy jump li Det 8s 37 79 129 .361
"Thenr are cdlu own" i the Win t Irigsu who demand the shots under and around the Kaline, D. 3o 7 90 55 116 .322
br of all alor players from Caribbean winter drcuita. basket and it seemed they were Foxe, t. 70 331 57 106 ,320
a uredfl% wfan Aeric e,., are t- trying, so hard it caused them KueT ceve 9 31 71 117 315
11 01 o16Cinl_ Smith, Cleve. 91 371 71,117 .315
sih uas. t* CMn Lgue a-i.s alWary limit O ti a to mis baskets they normally power,K. ity 84 3 53 108 .313 !: B 5
fmtdh, :~ _would have mad .
moat we M .t ha-vesn "W thImarDough PaJck he Coa ColafRosE RUNS
ea"r'mat W bm lM a r s" hlasuii-n.i t Ihigh i c rua center was held Snide gRs. .
Mie es.. e,. 1cohleal untilthe last quarter,, lus dwski, Redlegs .... 30
Ce*lseft f P ha ua le a .aMidedvls LS Deonwde, 5uaJ flalos, however, this was in part due to Meys, Giants. .... wE
ad ibgh'a Mejll, ameng othes. a previously sprained ankle that .Banks, Cuba.s..........26 I LY SEVICE
SPuerto aSb, they must hiave aRuben Come and was still little sore. Bonner Mathews, Braves ........ 24 TO WEST COAST OF
Arrmyo, and in Venessela. Chice Carrasquel. Hadley was the big corer fori .S. "SANTA ISABEL" Due Cr
the Pilots and the alert ball RUNS BATTED IN 8S. "SANTA MARIA" Due Cri
"We have been told that if our natives play in the Cuban hawking of the rest of the team Snider, Dodgers ...... 96
3og land otlh winter circuits, they get toe ti4t do tlir is one of the reasons why they Jensen, Red Box ......... 74 WEEKLV SERVIC
I*tth.e aajon- -Some sueh "_dll a ,_.habam svasced are undefeated. "allne, Tigers .......... 72 F C AT OUTH A
SGome wt Orchid to the fine referee Redle ...70 WEST IAST OF SOUTH A
tha cont Ibtes to e SMog Musial, Cardinals ....... 70 S s.S. "SANT& CECILIA" Sals
runnl gof the le age by fellows *B.S."SANTADIE SaisC1
i Ant ae. of the White Sr refused to let 3fioso, For- like; JaReece, OyNapoleon RUNS S "sA Mi al, Cr
tle d Consuegra play balU it winter, all* he nlailt nd Mr. iMtkuUlcD nlder, er .... 80 FROM U. S. PACII
eat l= 1the pa u of Mfloao, in varcllar. tnat allied factor of 1_1 -_Kale i ......." .PAFI
e a hony one. an e, Yankees..'.... 77 CENTRAL
S.ownprodecta from our winter Imlaia and we have I Smith, Idians .......... 71 TO BALBOA AND C
an tough enough even with Am stip m Ijor I Bruton, Braves 68 5.1. "SANTA FE" Due Crtobc
to -LTi1 S.5orlB9 S. "SANTA ADELA" DJae Crinta

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seace, now holds a 4% game edge .1 -- 2t ..*,...... -, 19 2
ver Columbus in the battle for '-
ourth place. .THIRD ARIVAL
8.S. "AUGUST BOLTEN" ........August 14 'l9s
Encanto.* Today .25. .15
WAHOO! $115.00 GENERAL CARGO WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR i
Richard Carlson, in CANADIAN PORTS AND BOSTON, PER THE
"MAGNETIC MONSTER"
MarlonBrando, in '* R
TH MEN" SS "George Russ and SS "August Bolten

Today IDEAL .20 .10 Apply :
SOMTHINTLIVEFOR" WILFORD & MCKAY, INC.
Plus: KmSOIC BUILDING, CRIaTOBAL, 0 .
"WAR OF THE WORLDS" T AO. BUILDING. CITOAL8 h
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.lk A leties'. la losing streak the White os .n .')oars was Syracuse O 1 _S-
to m ete gam aa 4* v .ictory knocked ot w-m11e lfankees TODAY'S RMESL TODAY'S SAME Toronto t100 oo la
last Ioc D SlbrMa r tav RIkr it seventh Jn. Chicago nt 300 ln nitmtore at Dwtroit Morehead, 8puug (
tat o e l a .0s win to Cincanatil at Ph iladelpha (N) Boto at.-anxas City son (8), L ovdera (6)
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dinlas, who lost the Washing- Newcombe won his ISth game and McCullough. Donovan (13-2), udhunegra, ers (7) and Streu WP
ton Senators 6-4 and de in tight- behind a tve-homner bar P. l Here and Lolar W. S L P-Maarero. t-Ens. t
S A O d the Amel~ ioea 1 Uls race. l that llauded two "ea gbya e Newcombe (16-1) and CamlU .... -
3W y. Rr NW A Service To he ehond-plaite Chicageo Whe eSnider Bad DoElimmater as the nela.k (Night Game' iRichmond 00100) 004
Sadvas ncedv ea wi n twoBe ad Ian psge p ww e er. al- more 1on042-000 0-6 8 0 C0 olumbus 000 00000--
'wasIlitdrally blown out of the of first pice with-an H84trumph ChiMe:e Cuab; Ic-i. iCubs (Night Game; Kansas city 000 000 00th--0I1I, Jordan, Vol a
British Open over the New York Yankees. roun ed a e ame Deog chicao 002 000300-5 6 0 usce (5-3) and White. 'n0 tan, r ,
The bak ine at t. Andre But the drama of the night was streak in S 1 nlght0 with aBrooklyn 021 000000-3 5 1 Pottocarrero (2-4),Harrington, Wole (7) and Tee.
is to:bn unfolded in Kans City. bSucea&3 vedictW aW=omers inrieMUM, Herbert and W. Shant. 'dan. LP-Drowng il-
On i4 of the enpaive greens Ji-s bad compiled mark for Mogsses, bidet istsree games Rush (6-6), Jeftcost and Chiti.
the hold is one one sie ;goin out the Red Son but eager Mike ahead of Babe Ruth's record Lablne (9-3), Roebuck and (Night Game) (Second Game)i
and the other coming mn. 11gin never haditched 1921 pace. Walker. Baltimore 000 200 040-" 8 0 Columbus 100 001 000-C-44
You have heard' about the him against the Athletics. round Detroit 0000002300-3 4 0 Rocheter 206 001 ) x-
winds on courses in the British the league, fans and players won- The Philadelphia Phillies set a (Twilight Game) Moore (5-8). Dorish and mth. Duser, Wheat (3), M
VegH, You have my word for it dered how the young pitcher modern club record of nine Cincinnati o000o000-0 5 0 Bunning (0-1), Coleman and. d Lakeman. .i
EW Pete ioer ite OutO der Pat tatm 6it can rely low. would react when he fIaly was straight triumphs with 5-0 and 4-2 Philadelphia 00 300 30-68 6 0 House. d Laeman; FsS
BseerTeilGa.td Tils day the wind was at my calkd upon to pitch against his wins over the Cinc.lnati Redle9, Fowler (4-6), Staley and Bur- e ed..-. er LP-Duse HR
a on bat haL e: o back gg ut and smack dab in father's team. oulovitbed a five- r gem. n ik. W( eI 0h00 000- (Firust Game, 7
44 1 pr barde. thanhi head a coming^.for his fsN .win In the Roovin (1-0) and Semivlck. Was i 02400000. 7 1 Columbus pa a
Is gthe l5th hole of the A 14-game winner for Louis e Randd CMr Smmons went o heC eveland 0 ... ........aRh_.r 4-a
bl last seea Ruse Jr.,de route for his sixth victoryInthe (Night Game;I1Stobs, Ramos(2-0) and Court- Miller Gray I&
--------------------------- i UH ano our
turned hin b a ig a ;e second game. The P moved 401 101

thebal into ng ougt Thutou his father we into fth ace, halfame be- Philadphia 10110001-4 9 0 Wynn ( ),Nae o a Ra. W
the Seats can it gone, E the progress of the game from hind the fouth-pla CeCubs. Garcia an Wl 1._, Naklo-Miller. a',
oh whi o wtcAnywa ley irt oeld coac who roodmed his Pinch-hitter Preston W a r d's BlippStin (16), Minarcln, RClar
and whi ch l ends itse to unplay tove be .apl e leayeb dfor three- run seventh.inning ho me m ndB-and Narhos.
Dlso major league0teams butj gave the Pittsburgh Pirates a 4-3
Srequd two shot to getaout, ha o 14 gamesI win overBrav es St. Lous .22 110-9 15 1 FLOTA MERCANT
Snd you can readily see wh t de Suace, d., Opedmd r ee rw New York 000000200-2 10 1
aNd. Baseball to wrttg with s.rlol problemsit inDeplaf had stiink a major- hind a 1-hit attack that swept the tone (4-4)12 and BuoMrink. IAMiLIA A
erandototleu was so busy Cials to a 94 verdict o v e i-AICOLOM IANA, S. A.
f sugar was rght, t game dn i the tii all. The year after Gene Sa r a inl, t f t w-ork G t n teother We lel an Wes t
d it the eme mils langshed. things got total i an, tied me with his t m o au 0obI-i brief- Nabtionl League gaes. Milwaukee 00000210-4 8 1 Announce
ll i uba is enveloped in ffcult I w to afeny t nthe t d lr were in the Pittaburgh 000000301-411 1 An
rig inCua 4is 4)nve l pedch n S s c a edessrr AugstaN. oc7e r JTlymens cldJoy "nd The Inauguration of a New Service from
ltc, Wd even the standing of the Havan tub n Inust ro ovIn e nest tw o _W e. Crandall.
l ie. da. d I uoudis t a" d a n dB ofa b ie.nthenee YOU S Burkont, Littlefield (3-7' and .
these refs were thrown into the lap og cdnuia. hardly could have been off my ij knocke u2 4 f tio
o ay byeihCaribbean g amef. Jay, I can't account for i- me. in front of scond-plce
WsMam h MikeGonzales and Moc'y deAr To-thisdI can'accotforrsi r 1J tMongfrel ond 7t ahead of n ird- lc 4AB OOIN
Swter Me. There were delegates from'that 8, don't re real TO CRISTOBAL VIA WAY PORTS
V and Panama well. thng par a Richmond, 4-3, while Buffalo rSECONDt-. .
an .jaar.r Urus &V-0 e-Tha ed Havana, 9-4. SECOND VAM -


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Organized labor had soght to
increase nthe minimum wage to
1.2 an hour. But the Mi re-"
ascted 1-93 an ameamen t by
Rep. Roy W. Wier (D-Mnn.) to
e e Increase to Thea
.25 figures never came up on
;e House floor.
The Labor Committee, which
drafted the $1 bill. estimated
the measure would have a direct
effeet on 2,100,000 workers ja It
terstate commerce and an id-
rect effect on another 122A .Hor
persons covered by the federal
wage-hour law.
House Democratic Leader John
W. McCormack (Mass.) led the
fight to keep the $1 fgro.
He dispufm ed claims It would be
Inflationary ud cae m It
"satisfactory eompro sip" to
te a the oarodpofl rs.

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Enthusiasm
S-- "Let the people know the tr
Ballet Theater out of New
'7rork- made Its debut on the TMITIETH A PANAB
A sthis lost night. PANM]
SItdahced in the footsteps of
cthi great Pavlova, before a Nao- 0 ,
a onal Theater audience of in- ,
renatilonal balletomanes who f^ S
Asked the house to the ceiling.l
mans cheered like rooters at a, aigVnts iD c
I0Ill game.
*" It was a gala occasion because
the performers and the paying i
guests made it so P. I "
} Cosmopolitan audience bub- 1 l f T f^ Q
'bled about in the intermission f f o lf s t^ f e d&
unbelievable skill of the star lGNV u :' -
crs.and the perf.ection TE N EV, rJulye21 (UPrT hi sMrs. Met was
...ptroupe danced out his part urgent consultations here today were wreckedla
everyn umber. on the grave new crisis in Indo provoked by .om
ere was praise. too for the china. Pemr Nr oDi
el Soclietyand Maestro Her- French Premier Edgar Faure the Reds turned a
do C wastowho arranged to met first with British Premier Sir onstration of 40,000
a hallt of thcaibre to Anthony Eden and thenM arranged .ir anmversry of
re a to see President Elsenhower an dochina armistt.
-'-8',-. ..... ,..ning audi,-ee hour before the star of today's
Itself lucky that alae igForsu'idse" '
e_ in,_ he r.....s. I. ia o fiecially as d Eden and
l l ,Tgn,,,p. 1" a ba-ll-,'et -of Russia V. M. Molotov today to
ny ___._,_~e--aa Th ::i.'
rs on shore leave-for "The investigate rioting that roc ked
b t0--a tl ofJ sasn te capital of free Vietam yester-
y g -f --f the C rusades. ",y. .iday .
..". this sailorman's town of l atlfta broke ont hi Sailgo
the choreography of mt advea ryof theGene.
T fantas. which carries men va eeasefe a IndIia's eoffielal
white hats through shore nigr age. s"ff a nS pokesma
had the audience Rigglng ch..arge it was .deliberately or. -
stttlng forward in its seats l."
b mss no step, no gesture or
Il expression. India relayed its own protest
Brefly, the navy comes into and a similar resolution from the .
olwn for fun. and finds it. International Truce Control Com- ....
rtFfil it meets only a bartend- mission to Eden and Molotov at
wr and two transient ladies. Geneva.. .
jtt before the gobs have to ,
i rfn their ship, a third young They were chairmen of the con- -'
pirouettes into the canti- ference which brought the nlqo-
"L eonard Bernstein wrote china shoetng war to a halt one X
I music for this outstanding year ago yesterday.
temporary ballet. India's act sent the situation in
the other end of the emo. Saigon on its wa toward possible
I scale-out at the beginr- Interrrupton of the Big Four talks
of the program-was Les now underway in Geneva.
1ides, a number still dear to Red China's Peiping radio doe-
e- loverseven though it handed today that the summit "NAiSNTIONAU
.t o appear almost too re onference intervene the twelveman
on proaoani wfr thae Forty .Amtritan. ds uin g wh cigarettes for Amh
da, where audiences Mrs. P er Meta aed Wash.'em9 eaa9unSenn.
rfor some of the new- tnn hsose U ftmr diple. agreementasBe
s e they have never had Ias wereenad. .b. th e&
no to see.a i sads o riot b vietn.
ktfni dt's performance oise r.-HICgO, d1 a o f
S classical dream of she li ae." wheln r agprea,- N
j,, danced to the arnn- o the flo,-e.- House
..oaChopin and a revised The aVietnam governmentt Ho se V
,ogiraphy by Fokline was chargd the riot,' during wn hI c n
ed a resh experience, no -- ..se.
mr often one may M e, i a, e ie er
. newatched the ballet. verih h n he o r
ih was beautiful, and a hir.
finished ballerina beidw. CHICAOo July 21 (UP)-Da-
aTe audience in general..liked yy Waicp Croektt, a great- WASHINGTON.
for the hypnosis it .crea /ted. on of --onttersman, -The HmOsue no r



gr ~ ~ ~ gado ofny thedacfroonthiersmanwich
Tcohaikowsky's music for, "ThOe was ve 19 pieces of bubble dent Biwnhowerts



a an" nro daskewit Crest.ssday p dro ted oosi
.Eoak. Jwaa".nuned.ateIy et. gm: 5 ay Chicago fans of his an- dy and voted' o1



theC~fas~ o'the Idylof 'ram.*etb o
t mood (or e rdy o tnc stor to raise the 'feide
Ic egfried, as daned by rockett, who is 55. gravely wa In inters to
Int1Mr.u Igo^rt Yo w .thanked the youngsters. from 75 cents to
tteaueen y oftheswane s n executive has hel
eted by Noma KAye. ^thing above 90 ce
Rooll aH ightowear and hunjustiffed.
inKrissa who danced in Les
des, Youskevitceh an dJ The roll call vot
ar0ae headliners for the/54



a, bao ethhee andam In. Newn
"ft, raThe measure now
r many, the dancing of /' the senate, which
e and Yousketeih tn swan /e *'.i approved a boost t
the clima x of the program, ,s The Senate bill we
l d anherpery pefor mance. increase effective
SatCor waCs myAttTfed as whose, 8 however.
Sto step out of the chorus f h P n res The House billo
stardom a few years ago. B -4 : the^he rise r *effectlvei
Yfor otskevitTh,ehe a othle rl P w a wJunt teforthe t
_tphysique, the age. th e!4 am t cnn
"te a t o oft h" m.... trsani hRepublI
t e r, in hi s .. leapi, that H.'.t al ta, ouseLabor Comn
;st of -seemingly suspended Jsubstitute the P
the smmit hichcent-figure for $1 t
& a c h ie v e .. . D" +,t& Hi,"
.dtion ZWt. to th e u-1 Jeered. In to 145.
^ Esh was. and. The House also
b lyof .ollod icr nd 'VICTOB RICHAUMTI. whose 168 another hLst-di
Sle5fievenin g.h us a -- &en general man- McConnell 'to spre
eSa Is the moieAl aga Of the Pganmanita nt- cres over a long
a r f the aet Theater. atonalalrntne APA was an- wanted to make the
nd Oi& i^ ~ver uth] nouneed teda- by APAp-e-- -ent an hour n.
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.prayed _y.tar .:AM two sea were kI.ed at re as pat
nd sae, was In. Singapore Mrs. a de-
.malt.. s..ribd the riot as '* Worst
ah Diem said _.M. sade Was geme:d by eperince in' my Hi."
peaceful detn.- Mt r f e Amer "It began -bout .:5 a.m. and
agon I e S W therewas 9oatnd n very-d
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: Celebrates 18e 9Of otiousA'il"
d
eThe art~iery, oldest branch oN
Sthe U.S. Army, marks-its my aUsks.rtee
irth d today.-abllhdaf air-This gu stgoestthe .di
it 21, 177 it is the only part of e raft ret6a
e an .unbrokreoerd of At thi.t time oed was the batller. of


SCotinental Congress and theon- type of the shells neepas Here
Cotiena Cvafln to'tess' lo.the oftpab M

r ly unit remaining In active serv- 50th il Artle Bat. also the forward re-
ice was one batte, known as A- t Forth kMobe is .de on- quest for fire is iranslater a
t alexander amilton's. Provincial y e article a tI a. fire command by the chat oper-
r Company of Arter the colo. ma". Active pa oe ators and comptrs. These .are
sy of New York, used to guard l IN 1, arrived la ama computed and sent toO the officer
ma meant at West Point. in sad bas ebeen aV"%of one or all of the three firing
Col. S. ubbs commands the at sbbe nce. .Comm by batteries. Be, in turn, relays the
s65th Anti-ricraft Artillery Group Lt. Cal. G. M. Mey, oa fire commandAs to the ns and
at Fort Clayton. tvite ange from survelag to the shell is on the way.s cy-
n a iafgelta.s. Prvnca IA a aelr Ce. from e th e s oer
in 1917, whaen the 65ft AAA Thg er way' to4,Mustrat the canls Unti shellui ie. *.4 a-

fu. _nti-airr-Mu w"M
Group was organiAed at Fort Ste. solotof a field artallery batsb9Ut two m.outes. Th It .ae
vam Ore., most planeshad two ::Mni"to now the activities'un is fired, thi. B rlunc re.
wngy do o mw or, lues pan. anputed and senttr e un-
to delver a shell on
Sfly tt hoo0 t oh W tietarget, le infantry att on te r a ,


Copeld 'thoras Hositta ning the tr, ;".
of old Wniair L Andantiwererf
intdeeprea Aery to pM totthe ad


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Representing 1
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"--- a
July 21-(UP)
garden Pres-
advice y6stor-
verwhelmingly
ral minimum.
o commerce
$I. The ohief
Id that any-
onto would be
te was 362 to

w goes back to
t already has
to $1 an hour.
uld make the
next Jan. L.

would make
next March 1.
final vote. Rep.
ell Jr. (R-Pa.)-
ean on the
ittee, tried to
residents 90-
backed by the
move was re-

rejected 173-
Litch bid ;-
ad the in-
r period. He
minimum 90
xt Jan. 1 and
I on Jan. 1,


hontr-tat rqpot.
Tfa-re we, 21 patients ad-,
8#W and 2q7 disharged dur-
Sthat period.
The naes and addresses f
*0e Darents of the boy babies
wre: Mr. and M. J. A.M Wtt
O4, ; rgt. and Mrs. T. .'
ofCof ll; Mr. and
*' of Panama
and Mrs. T. E. Bryan,
%ean. Mr. and Mrs. V..
of Locona; Mr. AnO I
,C hGallardo, of Pa;amf
Mr.; Wr, and Mrs. P. A. EL y,
Cfty;.' and MrM
LM clefy, of : MIM
I ; -Burgos, of Panama CO
ad Mrm H. L. RUa.t,
Wn't born last week
: M gall MrsL
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,her second floor .uite sh open
the door dud shouted: "No. W4
are your ifieads. We ate Amerd
cans. .,
An English speaking student
understood and d ed e tha
........ ....... to draw ba k .
Mrs. Mest and her escort hbur
ried through the mob.
SShe was sprayed by tear ga
that was iredb polieeanW
4sos e eto quiet the voters. HeI
dress was stained.
Also at' the Maestie RHotel a
the time y the ot ifas Angle
Biddle Duke tobacco hebo.
XqPt of ha Amerkeas l tt
'be bulk of their bagose as on.
SyS O1 f d d LIaes m room
S.dIns to li".were me i asted.
i N Two members of The.B N suffered more tha
study'dolegatton trade Ruash~m _a millio ndollars in damage, offi.
Wes with United~arlines steward- ii the aW4.
Russia in the international gen woTho neariobyH4otelGailui also

625 For $ oa "11 0O
m tnd Boris V. fWoa do- .was oce... ... ..d.nd w
midon. P It n ea w"y to heaing Tha in usced toblere
'g gl k 'eag -Cuvi '.", "


o- -, u Mad eth .ed.,.
I65a4i o I "w eo oon ra t the demoat laod rs

"Lea nt rck he oat" H I-n conrol ^ d^om at, wasD
9 nrea sU_ thew ntmm of the 11"es.
mtum Wagdonoetnt P .lWed tAme.iCn wou
gtoot in h a $la h loer s a toa anve d 1,000 in cash stolen.
te I odaCommu tdid nleaderst f the -
lRep. Charles A. Halleck (R- Shatefto h inkstod 'he derm.
Ind.) said Repubflecso asowentl u ~str m adturned 'thenmI
Ito Increase the minimum wage.'I to k
SBut he said they do not want Police denied that two Commu.
Ito do It In su h a way to 14br I niase and -an 1ndian truce observer
unemployment or undue hard-lhad baen inched.
ship" on the country. pThe demonstrators had massed.
e ........ .... ao r a mark the "d a y of n tional
"Lt' not S I rockthe boa t,"Hl- sha1me. "
Ileek urged the House. "Let's notlU ' the.terms .............
kthis countrysm ..n.. e of e t lsetonr toa
But hi country." ae en the deadline for Diems o uoth
er ... on aVietnihpese to meet the Commu-
Thed 2,1000 workers now nist North Vietnamese for talks to
gen odleas .. $1 an hour are arranp for general all-Vietnam e.
plet in theo lumber, apparel, lectioas next yea, to determine
leather tob acco, food and t-the divided nations future.
Mle .qdustrie. A large majority The North Vietnam r a d i ore-
of them afr in the South.e ported the Communists Tuesday
Thne mamume wage boostwas sent the South Vietnamese a note
one of the PPresdent's major leg- proposing consultative conference.
Islative recommendations. s on the election.
But he told a news conference However Diem made no move
earl this month that has pro-gto meet the Communist for the
poea 90-cent minimum is "by talks.
ell. odds ... generous" e re- -
fused, however, to sa whether l
Should veto $1u b I. ompleti Acrtion
SNeither the Senate nor the | at
mwfa t wou ld. ea-On Airport Bill
Re A noveige of the w Lea-hour
law_.. WASKENGTON, July 21 (UP)-
_'The a dmnistrattion has.urged The Senate has completed legist-
Contress to consider such station tive action on a bill to authorize
but as not specifled what addi- 6 million dollars in annual feder-
tional workers should be Includ- al spedl" for fouri ymrs to help
ed. No action seems o 11 at thIs stats and-municipalities bWdM air-
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