The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00811

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THIS EATS CRASHING in a Jungle. Old buddies, Alrman
James R. Bartleow (left) can smile now as Lt. Javin Bayer
lingers the new addition on his already-filled chest, a& Oak
Leaf Cluster to his Soldier's medal. Flight engineer Bartlow
pulled co-pilot Bayer to safety when the Albrook Albatross
their were flying on a mercy mission crashed in Jardin, Col-
ombia.



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Some people like to brag. While there are others,
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*Safety" will have a field day
at Parted tomorrow when the
Paralso Civic Councll presents
Its Safety field Day.
aifety is everybody's business
and visitors expected include ev-
erybody: US. aitiLena, Panama-
fians, foreigners, residents of
both Panama and the Canal
Zone; members of the Armed
Services riding on the various
posts and base as. well as their
relatives and friends are expept-
ed to turn out In number to
witness the first display of Its
kind ever presented oa the Isth-
mus, dedicated wholly towards
making everybody safety con-
sciom. Even transient visiltrs 4
the Isthmus are Invited.
In -the case of rain all activi-
ties will be centered inside the

Bd ishair Pops
Lhpcling Admiral

Before Entire Crew
DEVONPORT, Eng., July 22-
(UP).-A British seaman socked
a visiting admiral yesterday
right in front of the H.MB. Rob-
erts' whole crew.
The admiral staggered. His hat
flew overboard. Shipmates quick-
ly grabbed the seaman and es-
corted him below decks.
It happened while ie Adm.
W. sa tobn, amnuaser of


spacious locks warehouse build-
ing which will houre the, exhib.
its.
Hundreds of Atlantie Siders
are expected on the morning
train from Colon, and it'a un-
derstood that saety teams from
the Atlantic area will be amongst
those sweiang the ranks of
marchers in the monster safety
parade which will follow the
raising of the safety flag at 0
a.m. tomorrow.
Headed by a brass band, the
parade will march past the re-
viewing stand at 9:15, and pre-
cisely at 9:30 the opening cere.
monies will be started with the
VenerableLemuel B. Shirley of-
fering the invocation. A brief
address will be made by Cv^
Frank A. Munroe, Jr., Marine
Director. Speakers will include
X. L. Pawcett, president of the
Civic Council. who will serve as
master of ceremonies, and G. O.
Keller. chief of the Panama Ca.
nal Safety Branch. A choral
mroup under the direction of
Miss Bmly Butche will help
round out this phase of the pro-
gram. and the Reverend D. A.
Osborne will ask the benedic-
tion.


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'ATOMS-FOR.PEACE-Standing beside a huge tomic reach.
tor, President Bisenhower speaks off the cuff o sectators at
US. exhibit at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. He said nu-
clear science could "be used for the welfare and not the de-
struction of mankind." The President took time off from the
Big Four "summit" conference.


Marchers will Include repre-
sentatives of the varique dlvi- i 7 u
ilons, Civil Defense, and Inter- g'i g Dud
national Boy and Girl Scouts.
Among the principal demon. m ol W ar
stations wll be First Aid Dem- .
onstrat ons by eas re eent. I
l-g-the _FAmT EEl,' ta


GENEVA, July 22 (UP) Russia was rnq
to dodge President Eisenhower's bid to open he-i
off the American and Soviet military powethatirs
But the President's challenge to the SoviteJ
future Shooting with cameras fell with thui
pact on the summit confeRence.
An electrical stem broke over the Pahi
ionm ate yesterday when the President wa wS
impassioned plea to the Soviets to exchange
military installations and rights to take aerial ph4
of each others' territories.
Just as he finished the lights went out.
"I didn't expect to blow out the lightsbI hrl
hower said in the darkened, silent chamber.
add REDS TO DUCK- .. .....
But he did. His bombshell was
the talk of the conference to-
day, and one member of the
French delegation said It
strengthened his view that the
Americans have out-maneuver-
ed the: Ru.s at. every turn
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ore GOPthree
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oes Base in ap1 a few
their lives Inl that aeWent.
a. low, "U 'duag an axe and
his bare hands,"1eed topped
sdrljmn from tt4 C-llS.
Leaf Cluster to the soldier's Me-
dal he earned before at cere-
monies held this morning at Al-
brook.
On hand today to help his re-
cail the incident which led to his
decorate was one of the pilots
othe v-fated Plai*. Lt.J5vl
Bayer who was pulled to safety


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h receive these eta-
tb S" of the 26th Rescue
GmSbxas to which Bartlow is
AN .6 to.ed as Honor Squad-
r an ried the coMlO,
TWO aftet the trash in
Jard, Mlbia,. a return trip
by .-lake rescue oint was
-tgifts of Giedlcal
return for the
endn gv lll~m the

Iw is a native of
Ki to$*a, 19 now sert3
tour.
Whe a with the prospect
of belnat =gratulated a
crowd ofsptatore this mncaNg,
t2e 4 .ajnan threatened fl


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tdllet 5b cents fromt each man
lh6 shook hbiliid. At the end
of the ceremony, many mlied
around to wish him well .,and
pumped his hand, but only one
- a medic paid off.
Asked how he felt about re-
ceiving the high award, the emil-
ing, round-faced Bartlow said
quIt's a little thrilling."
"It's a little thrilling."


ne9 p an usxamuznaon
and flthefir tnvestitpUon. He
wuas not ideohtled.

The Big Mystery
' CHICAG, July 32 (UP)-An-
drew Poeta, a carnival owner,
reported to police tat his tferris
wheel had been stolen.
He said It was picked in a
truck trailer and disappeared a-
long with the driver.


Governor Discsses Inoculations,

Safety Plan With Council Members
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Gov. J. 8. Seybod announced
Wednesday during the monthly
conference with representatives
of the local-rate civic councils
that the U. 8. Public Health
Service has released Salk anti-
Iollo vaccine for Inoculation of
children in the first and sec-
oad grade of the Canal
school. The program will be
Initiated nextweek, hi said.
The anmnoundemat followed
discussion of a number of oth-
er matters brought before the
oemferenme during' ih" the
governor congratulated the
'embers of the Rainbow City
Civic Council for the clkculrs
distributed calling community
attention to the problem of the
theft of fire extinguIshers and
vandalism.
Seybold expressed high
raso Civic Cu eU for the ini-
tiative shown in- sponsoring
the Safety Fid Day to be
held in P ko Satday.
He said the safety campaign
and the tafey program in gen-
eral had his full support and
pointed out that experience
throou t the world had
shown that n effective safety
program can be directly re-
sponible for the. saving of an
untold number of lives and
human heaitachee.
"Your contrIbutions toward
this goal," tld the cic
councA members, "are so r
thing of which you may be
Jutly proudY.
An extensle program of. e-
reas and ispays has been ar-
muned by the Safety Commit-
tee at the Purao Council. The
SafeWt FPeld Day exercises wUl
open at U. Sturpoy stornminga
the tO Ms DivhiknI
9torehrPM1
Other Vatters discussed In-
the in $ lae
rMt seiN qe .uetera 'and edu-
imiAarles and t.w aailbl
beeof ,VA Poli .-ft


o eating on High Street and
Mesa Verde Street in Rainbow
City; and the warning Issued
Wy the acting civil affairs di-
rector on the parking of auto-
mobiles on the new playground
Installed near the Chagres
School.
Seybold also announced a
slight rise of 36 cents in the cost
of the local rate market casket
In the commissary at the end
of June.
The rise was attributed most-
ly to the recent raise In freight
rates to the Canal Zone but it
was pointed out that the mark-
et basket Is still $1.66 below tne
cost when first period in July
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Locks Employes Give

$3 To Aid US

Citizen Group
The US. Ctisen's Association
fund was $30 fatter today with
a o b made bY the
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nteance. and .'hat to
I ase f.1 dake Bite" by the
Aids to Navigation.
Displays will include eye
guards work gloves, knife hold-
era. step ladders, dust masks,
safety shoes, household items,
and a variety of safety devices
and equipment..
The Civil Defense section .win
demonstrate defense i.frm-. the
atom bomb, and will. in .d4i-
tion, operate as a first-41d unit
for the entire day.
The exhibit hall will be for-
mally closed at 6 pjn. with low-
ering of the safety flag.

Hurricae Hunter

Planes Sent Out

From Puerto Rico
MIAMI. July 32 (UP).-Hur-
ricane hunter planes from San
Juan, Puerto Rico, left the island
at 7 a.m. today to take a cheek
on a weather disturbance ap-
proximately 1,250 mlm southeast
of here.
The Miami Weather Bureau
said the planes were ordered to
make a check to me tf there were
any indicationlthe slight dis-
turbance might develop into a
hurricane.
A check in the area yesterday
brought reports that nothing in-
dicated an easterly wave would
develop into a "big blow." How-
ever, the weather bureau said
the wav was being watched
chrefuly as there Is"always the
possibility it ou.ld Intensify to
hurricane fore."' -
The first report of the wave
yesterday afternoon listed -it as
approxImately 200 miles south
east of Miami
A weather 'bureau spokesman
said the wave was the first of
sany note .i the hurricane
season ctiWSM a et-an Jue16. I


site ril the sniffding an O4w i wanW wSr. s-sennqwer, s aisoer
hng, theamt meetug is tha trogest wortd power, has
iely to go down IW'history as a demonstrated his sincere desire
king.sized dud, leading only to a to ease tensions.
newform. 'of East-West rivalry The little men of the Kremlin
dubbed the "swoft war." also want peace but peace at
Bad a Western diplomat ac- their own price. They have not
cutomed to dealing with the renounced their dream of a Red-
Kremin: dominated world. They want to
"The Russians came to Geneva maintain a stranglehold on: the
with broad smiles and empty satellites and North Korea. They
suit-cases." want to dishqnd NATO and push
And then he added sadly: the U. S. back across the Atlan-
"A war, hot or cold, can be tic.
stopped at any time if one side How can they achieve th
ives in. The Russians, despite A nuclear war which wo l
their 'new look.' obviously ex- end in mutual annldhbatloe m
pected the West to make.all the becomingar pe tslvabhe l t
concessions."''sold war" which
Communist propaganda is t .s plunged the West io
have tried hard to present ruptey because of the cOst it
Geneva as primarily a meeting arms has boomerange.
between the United States and While the West is getting
Russia-the "Big Two:" They strangers economically, ussia
skillfully capitalized upon ias been weakened by anagricul-
President lsenhower's senti- tural crisis, the arms burden and
mental feeling for Marshal the power rivalry In the polut-
Georgi Zhukov. buro. It has reached the point
The intent was to cast the where she must "co-exist" with
United States in the role they capitalism or collapse.
assigned to Nazi Germany after Under the circumstances the
the 1939 Stalin-Hitler pact. only course seen left to the Raut'
Wherever Western n e ws m en slawn is peaceful penetration -
gathered, Red tipsters hinted or a "soft war."' This is the toch-
broadly that unless Europe u- nlque of the Trojan horse to
nites with Russia against Amer- which the Communists often re-
ICa, Moscow will turn around and sort when faced with serious
make '- deal with txhe U. S. a- trouble.
galnst urope, Unless the Red regime should
From the first day the Reds collapse of Its own weight, the
were telling the West Germans, battle of the next 10 years may
here as observers, that Germa- very well be primarily for men's
ny's way to unity, like that of minds.
AustriaSlies only through Mos- In such a "soft war" the West
cw. is not without powerful weapons,
The refusal of West German provided It presses on boldly and'
Chanefleor Adenauer to go to with clear eyes into the diplo-
Meow when invited prior to matic plateau which has been
this eeuferene, must have reached at Geneva.
badit upet the Kremlin's-Fpd
timetable. Some informed o- ol-som A r ve
serves now are wondering *uow m Apo v .
whether the West's exaggerat- WASHINGTON, July 22 (UP)-
ed Iutdonu about the Russian The Senate yesterday confirmed
'new liok' and Zhukov's Influ- the nomination of Marion B. Fol-
ence might eventually drive som, a native of McRse, Ga., to
Adenuaer into the Soviet em- succeed Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby
bae st as secretary of health, education
If t2 Russians had ay ogenu- and welfare.


They ist'iaed the odds wor
atahut Rusia acceptance ofe
the p)opo i even though the
Ped appealed to thm to
think licae.
The Rustsans rejected the ae-
rial phtor y as a means of
policing dMumament when It
was brought p as part of a gen-
.eral W r disarmament plan
last yOrr.
But yesterday plea by the
President ch it to a matter
between Just e two countries.
Moreover it ras noted that
since last year there has been
an advance in modern weapons
and an emergence of new So-
viet attitudes.
Informed diplomats believed
it would be hard for the Ru-
iatns to reject the plan out-
right because of the psycholo-
gical gFround they would lose.
But they were not believed
ready to accept outright, and so
the plan mirs t be sideti.cked
for further study at some other
place and time
Yet the Preddent said he was
launching the idea os an effort
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LiUy and. Co. a back r hi
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Calif., and is iprou te aHoUm
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from the Panama the son of Ray Wheeler, & Ileute-
arrived here to, masnt in the Canal Zone Fire De-
i In tq 10th ana partment.
i! program of the Young Wheeler was governor
imn, the first time of the first Capal zone "Boys'
outside the co'e Stats," and ot h boys came un-
4d Sates have at- der the sponsorship of Zone
mwis. Amerlcan legiah. Th th
bhard Arthur Ca- odudts the ual nmn
f -nt Kobbe thos fpafttft at
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opened today and will continue1
through July 29. The boys are
scheduled to be received by Prep-
ident Elsehower at the White
House on July 28.
Other events on their proam
include election of thepe t
and vice-presidt of a -,
ten at the University Mary-
land near hew nm t itW ;or-
gnblzation of the" ..M atte
senate and elections t. a-a
lic ty npaMr .deo-
sln of and aate onm.,
bills which now al be-
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if7 Ityea sconibutrete letter den't be Impellent if dm'es appear the
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musln l tes from readers.

:i WHO DOESN'T LIKE WHOM

: In reference to the views expressed by Lavern Dilweg before
th. Senate Foreign Relations committee a few days ago, stating
h I"Panamanians do not like us," I should like to ask Dlweg
T -those represented by him on the Canal Zone, the following
u ti.on: Which Panamanians do not like which Americans?
It would be much better that this point be #Raed due to the
,. j o tromtinn nature of such misleading and nm cIOus assertions
6 f onlv tend to create an ugly atmosphere and false impressions
if ie United States' foreign relations in Latin America.
The.Zonians claim in their report before the U.S. Senate,
a. t "The obligations which our koverntment has to its citizens
b 'are serving in the Canal Zone should not be subordinated
a desire to improve the Panamanian economy..."
wonder how many Zonlans have had the opportunity of
E ngttw n the Jefferson Doctrine of 1792 on "The will of foreign
a, substantially declared," or is it that the sovereignty of
public of Panama Is a question of legitimacy to these U.8.
na (civilians) refused on the Canal Zone..-
Imn't, foreign relations based principally on economic inter-
throughout the world? Or do the Zonlans posses a special
S4'rnht" to discharge pre-existing international obligations be-
S wn our countries in accordance to their unhappy regards to
International solidarity of the U.S. In her relations with Pan-

j jsnhapptness is to be found throughout the world, but most
-n; kaly on the oldere" side of the Canal Zone... The cause
f ch nhappinesa lie mostly In the social system of teese In-
vdvuals, most of them mistaken in their views of humanity; in
te. i n .reciation of democracy: in their relgiou ethics, and
S to0ly mistaken In their Individual psychology through a lack of
moral environment. (There are of course, a few excep-

, i who. Is not acquainted with the true American way of
A seen i e n the United States, Is apt to be misled by the in-
l ant conduct here of some who call themselves U.S. citizens,
bably from the slums of the Southern States).
Samuel Edgardo Jansen Vergara


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By VICTOR ROWEL
Moscow-sweet Mopqow even
while its leaders are ismeetng lt
the summit, has ordered its Amer-
Jew undergroundd toe4te up-WMa
interference in U.S. domestic ol-
nJ_. and labor .... ...
There is documentary evidence
that Russia's undercover agents
and secret police in this country
have transmitted such directives
to the national committee of the
American Communist Party.
Its specific orders are to stir vi-
olent and costly wildcat strikes-
such as 'have cost Britain scores
of millions. of dollars in gold re.
serves-and'to try and smash the
Republican Democratic bi-parti-
san foreign. policy of standing
firm against the Soviets in the 0-
rient.
The American Communists, who
still control some 300,000 union
members and multi-million dollar
treasures in cities ranging from
New York to Smn Francsco, have
been told that the way to accom-
plish both objectives is to get into
the new merging AFL and CIO.
Once in, the disgulsed Commu-
nists are to whip up wildcat strikes
over any grievances they can find.
Such stoppages are to be run by
"rank-and Ile" strike committees.
And the Moscow directive says
that these "unity committees"
(strike groups) can be controlled
"not by drifting with the stream,
but by means of patient and per-
sistent work on the part of the
Communists among all kinds of
working people ."
This means, in their Aesopian
xrgon, get busy comrades, right
ow. The strikes will have a two-
pronged objective. One will be to
cripple our prosperity wherever
possible. The other will be to popu-
larize camouflaged Communists
through victory on the wildcat
picket line.


Homecoming


By BOB RUARK


The Communist underground 0--
figures that the unknown Commiu- PALAMOS, Spain-We had two the boss leaves town. It is one ofing a book calls for great peace
ist, acting as a respectable rank- hurricanes today, one complete the mysteries of life. and quiet. But it ain't necessarily
and-file leader in defiance of the with hailstones the size of oranges I can remember back in the so. I got about a million words
national union chiefs, will gain .. well, lemons ..and the to- New York days that months done with house and lot full of
wide popularity among the men Ifmatoes are a total loss, together would go by without a peep out Catalan workmen all pounding and
he lads and wins a strike on such, with the gladioli. A man was fix- of the boss's office and if I sud- chipping and backing and sawing
issues as .slowing down an assem-ling the straw roof over a patio and denly snuck off for a long week ant talking. A guy would be hang-
bly line, securing better wash- he fell through the straw and bust end to New Orleans or someplace Ing pictures over my head with
room and lunch time facilities, Iis nose. There are ants all over there would be queries and cables plaster falling into the machine
better ventilation, etc., etc. everything, and the man still all over the place, and my deceit- and once ,. got up to sharpen a
hasn't come to put in the meter for fulness would be unmasked. So it pencil and somebody walked off
One the rank-and-filer is popu- the extra power although he's been is with a household. Nothing hap- with the typing chair.
lar, he can sway the union mem- working at it for about 18 months. pens while you're there, but leave The yard was always full of
bers on other issues-especially on The floor buckled and had to be it for a few months and the roof mules and creaking carts and lat-
taking a position on U.S. foreign replaced, caves in, the trees blow down, the er on, as the roof was secured, the
policy. It this can be done in sev- We had a nice wet spring and canary moults, and the rubber house was full of guests as well as
eral score big plants, and -pro- the mosquitoes are flourishing, plant melts. carpenters. But I developed such
tests and demonstrations .run The desk is piled treetop tall with This is due to no fault of the peo- powers of concentration that un-
against the national bipartisan unanswered correspondence, and ple left behind but is strictly based less somebody came and started
foreign polcy, it will seen as one of the dogs seems to have a on the sneakiness of fate. But it to pound on the typewriter with a
t hou laor is opposed to e itllght attack of mange. The man serves as an irritant beneficial to hammer I didn't know there was
Slattio theomp owner who alft J as to o se
111hPMIes s in n, P .. 1 e I, Ht for a Uving.',.T ,i .a fc oi
ex on : which assures him ostdy work mny little things to e the house
Things have gone mysteriously fore you can get at the actual bust. ters and the yard full of eartl and
"Labor is the key to the future and expensively wrong with the ness of making a living that you mules and workmen,.and soon the
of the breach the bi-partisan e car, and the phonograph has de- are inspired to great effort and house will be fuaill of guests, Eves.
war front and therefore to the oped a shock in the needle arm, the effort carries into the major tually we will get everything fixed
Sthe which threatens to electrocute work. b up and a new series of ctastro-
influenc this question decisively.anybody who touches it. The type. As an example, we were build. phes will begin. It is the final,
labor au t develop wht it does. writer is skipping spaces. ing this house last year while I full charm ofhlomecoming.
not yetpossess-an independent, These are just a few of the was trying to write a book. Ordi- (Cepyright, 195,
active policy for peace. things that always happen when narily, you would say that breed- By United Feature Sydilualenc.)
The Communist underground
has been told to accomplish this
in the fashion I've described Know ing I he core
above. Then the directive goes on
to say that:
"Of major significance is the ETER ED Oi
pending merger of the AFL and By PETER EDSON
CIO. A united labor movement
will represent a new great power
both in economic struggles and in WASHINGTON -(NEA)- Nam- of regular wages would be paid equal to 10 per cent of the
lte field of political action. ling of Marion B. Folsom as for from six to 13 weeks, employs' pay Into a pension re-
"The process of unification of Secretary of Health, Education and depending on length of service. serve fund.' Employes were then
labor will open up new oppor- Welfare puts somebody on this What Reuther got from the auto retired when they reached age 65
tunities for the rank-and-file to de- particular job in President Eisen- companies is agreement for a five. and were paid up to one per cent
bate and influence the policy of hower's cabinet who knows what cents-an-hour per employee con- of their pay for each year worked
the new united labor organization, it's all about. tribution to a reserve fund. From up to 1929, plus .two per cent of
"In this process there will be I this fund supplementary unemploy- pay for each year worked there-
both negative and positive influ- As assistant treasurer and then ment benefits of from $2 to $25 a after.
fences at work, The great positive treasurer of Eastman Kodak he week wit be paid for 26 weeks.
influence is the unification of 16.. was a pioneer in the development Together with go ve rn ment Eatman was e dl v ded for
ONm= workers-. force, however, of pension plans and unemploy. unemployment insurancebeefi, silness b ne s afor we P
only o t ugh concrete struggle first began advocating these socialI per "cent of regular wages and a eh benefit equ to
od the policy content of reform measures in 1922, his Ideas This is. practically thes"ame asnthe.Septe r
were considered radical and were first Folso plan.I:. ..ptem rl, FolsoM made
-nily. condemned by many employers. a tseechbiLfore the Ns York
These directives will be trans- Today his views may be considered Folsom was named by President st At-MT tim o PI? I Fi-C
lated into action as only the well- something on the conservative side. Franklin :Roosev l t to Aa Nat y
diseiplined Communist machine His attitudes on social security Advisory Committee on Econo^,n edin yted I
can do-by working underground measures have not remained froS. security in m Itwasthis womt&C wow i SadOPa .ea sur.
in an effort to capture key union zen. They have changed as circum-. mittee which worked out the m e lansp cadn', Itseyerage
locals and then speak in the name stances and the general econoamicpresent unemployment i ras lle P socd'al uty
ft labor, condition of the country and its prsete u lom voted ter s system.
eoplehaveh.... .....system. Folsom voted tor.:it,
pethough he suc tuhfully Opposut a--eNat lathed Away from
For this there will be money In 1928 Folsom worked out for sht h eral stem Has Nu w s ate Away loy
and skilled strategists supplied by 19 "Rochester, N.Y., companies a swouldhavlefot the states. thist. As a yal
Moscow. Nobody as asking me, but private unemployment insurance w obu have w s u the i emstr of the Elsenhower cabinet,
it does seem that the time has plan which is not far different from TheqoFa Fsa- n WI Net NMa he now supports the President's
come for our people at the summit the deal which C.l.O.-United Auto lsupervio over iuagploymet health Insurane plan. This scheme
to tell the Russians at the summit Workers' President Wallter Reuther insurance -in th 1 eWarmpt :It. w ra lo wt FMdson Rocks-
that they ought to keep their recently negotiated with Ford and Health, Ection .adI Wqdare-, he yla t ear. so far Com
hands, their money and their se- General Motors. wuil haveto eM wi relf t hams to have anyth-
cret police out of our affairs. What The Rochester Compaie problems o d d ,
Worked Out was a private plan to', puS l4. *bSi Aamw mmat t.at ever
take two per cent of the payroll I am gai pl Ef acoragemapt should be givento
MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP and put it into special reserve Ip liie mu_ a it private nsurancep.aeto
fund. From this fund, unemploy-rplan er2 t oe work out .new plans fo riug
CLINTON N. Y. (UP)- An ment benefits of up to 60 per cent company a "ls people against loss from nessa.
$18,000 scholarship fund has been
established at Hamilton College
for undergraduates preparing for ?
medical career The fund was set
up with a gyit from the Lilia Bab-
bt Hyde' Foundation of New York
City, and the scholarship will be
offered in recognition of the ape-
clal needs of undergraduate med-
ical students for financial aid.


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tion, seeom
bunkport,


MW % A -.AiM.. ras- aa m.WM
oknew, tetherumn.d e
tho ".mrn, w ou l-be. rat- D s
To tat end, woe move t ."'I r esLma u igaI taIha
spring s the rdease of Hungary., whitm W a heart f wrd'
a ms-Slavic nation, ofronos theM l h= ew b
Curtain; also the- probable release o
of the German part of C=eho- U h" e_h-i
slovakian from behind the IronMI WO. are deo Sit .m l
Curtain. This Is to be a big trump Ptei know after the -int i ?
card to win over the Germas ho i" Dullas re f led
r "Du os ha Vusa oaf
SOhioaskedS whether the Rs mahs
Esenhower's ideas on rmany had changed their basic objectives
o theGerma iar on Crm President Eisiower's Aswe o
were expressed briefly at the su h is wasent El.hwers w to
persecret conference with con- Thi was no. .
aressmen just before he flew to whether we sre oing to Ge.
flweva. In reply to questions, he whether wewere going to G ev
told aongrseional leaders t at with a de"iae disarmament -1n.
Russia would not pull her troAps Aain the answer was n6-that
out of East Gei'many unless the we were goingto discuss methods,
United States pulled its troops out not solutions In other 'words, We
of West Germany. intended to play it by ear.
The Dues plan .s to do exactly The President ended up bysay-
that. Germany would be unite, ing that he honed to work 'out
and East German would become statement of principles and seek
a buffer state, with no armament, a lessening of tension by egotia-
and none permitted by UN inspec-tion. This statement of principles
tors. would probably be the only docu.
This, Dulles figures, would satis. meant to be signed by the heads
fy Russian fears of having a mill- of state. In other words, we antici-
tarized Germany on her Western pate reaching no agreement ex-
border; and might supply the po. cept an agreement to try to
litical key to disarmament. agree.


.meeo oathVMS
who a

hoped to- weo (ut A
on methods, 77.
negotiaupa between thel .
minister.
"We will discuss methods,
solutions," Dulles summed it up.
Throughout Dulles' remarks
Ike kept nodding approval. The
the meeting was turned over to
questions from the congressmen.
Ike answered most of the ques-
tions with Dulles chiming in to 4
clary.
Senator Knowland asked the first
question, which was: "How many
signed the Austrian Treaty?" No-
body quite understood why e
asked this question and n any
case, he immediately launched into
questions biut the Far East.
Senators bridges of New Hamp.
shire and Clement of Kentucky _em 4 [
Joined nto these questions and want-
ed to know what our position would
be if Far Eastern issues were A group of teen-SAgers ntoM
brought uP at GnevaIke repled _Invfat M to.a to _
that w wouldnt uss anythg ane. The invitati os had Ro4.
affedi the F East unless V.P~ th nebut nly
our Far Eastern is- am, Pe- bout a .of-the young p
mt. Later he blurted, however, a e Invited bothered to asAwer
that he would take someone from te Invitstilo. Mothers.. who
the Far Eastern desk to Geneva don't teach their. childxrl to give
It was never expained why he a "Yes" or "No" answer to Wl-
would need someone from the stations aren't giving them vrny
Far Eastern desk M we didn't in.-ood training In courtesy
tend to discuss Far Eastern sub- Its a god way not to elt tn-
ects at the Big Four meeting. vited aala.,

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Sries of daily; hour-long dramas in
'the daytime have turned out tol
t one of the gaudiest projects of
the coming season. The str ft g
date ip Oct. 3, and Albert
S3 eeisey, the producer, esttpates
t hell present 244 plays by the
.taie the season ends.
It is the network's position-
and a reasonably logical one-
,that housewives are entitled to
the same quality of dramatic fare
.jing d the day that they get in Bert Parl me Crenyn
n t evening. So this series will
utilize the top writers and direc- his dollardo., ing p,- ,-t usual
tori--and there'll be a flock of ouigan-, ar..a.... uor
them. MeCleary figureg he'll need charm u id 'ttentivenes. plus the
20 directors to keep the thing roll- rather unusual gift of a good sing-
ing, and that there'll be five orl ing 'voice.
,six shows in rehearsal at one.
'time, They'll be done from the: In one way, Bert Parks Is n-
;coast in color. usual. His. domestic life and his
'* Fw -t vcal ..... professional life are completely
SA Few Fast Fad is: Jerryit aS-senparate, or, as much so as can
latr, understandably a little bitter -done, o" "a o as ca
-and dejected after the network '
passed him by, has moved to Mi-I .I C. M a.kes fr. the b
aml--permanently. he says p ares. s ays, "but im s n.
aJdfe Fisher drove across the y h ves ays .but Wsho
6 d o eperore tosalwp aw sible. A father should
*country from New York to Los I ..
eA peles, and says it was the firstS Ip, l.e W s sUneas-I have
tie he "really saw" the U. S. t a .rs an e to t eo
b. The Honey Dreamers, the then to eas e amemt park
;three-boytwo-girl vocal gaoup on for example. ut being I
'CBS-TV'a "Upbeat" have the prob-, star prevents ta. we wenT
,lem of q eni hters licked- their ,a, ,- ... ecogn-- .nie
#manager, Art Ward, is a pilot anandnd t do0pa r,, wo.e d recog n y
all six make It from one date to' sons har -..
another in their private Cessna.
S. Marge and Go er Champion "So mY wife takes them to pub.
vW go nonmusical with an ap- lic places. I try to make up for
earance in "The King of Hearts" that by taking them out on my
i summer stock.. Harry Bel boat or on my motor'scooter. That
anteo has added "Unchained way, they ihve my companion-
loardy" to his repertoire-the ship without any public attention.
st pop song he's ever featured- Par s, like most entertainers,
harbors an urge to do something
Mert Parks asks more questions besides what he's best known for.
a four-year-old. That's how In his case, it's drama.
makes his considerable livmin; "T
Pe-s currently the champion quz.I "There is always an eed to do
aster of.TV. And, what is most something else," he says.-'I don't
arkable, he's held his jobs mean to give up the thing I do
e~ger than most TV performers best-audience participation shows
any: type. Loo att this record: -but I need the mental stimulus
of something new. I hope to do
that in the fall."
Broadway-gher mathematics
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Jack Sterling ("Make Up Your
find," CBS-Radio): Andk there's
e one about the panhandler who
i a, guy for $2,200 to go to a
I t'' playing at a drive-
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-nume Crosn 2nd JeaIw
Tandy, in converting "- -
Fourposler" from a Broadway
play to a TV show, almost had
to use a sliede rule. The play
originally ,ran 104 minutes. 'the
39-minute TV show, les t#ime
for station breaks and commer.
cials, gave thir 912 minutes on1
their air. But they only had to


comes back ithe fall, out of thl 14" stage infUes.
%be starting his ath year QED.
that show. That is a ion-
record comparable to a Dick's Quickie: Kermit bckafer
bh poodle living to be soix. as driving and was bumped by
D i- 'f e a oman driver '"It Was my
,. oe e"pla ..atio. fo fault," he said. "I saw you com*
saystB .ay "Is tat rIi a Ing tyo blocks away and had
s rm myself. 'd be ae plenty of time to duck down a
% g f tried to be smemtlng side street."
a eedy I'm ot-f trid
I ha ally Ca or fl ALASAN WATER
Thing is That m
i lleted ha people. I NOME Alaska -(UP)- Wa-
ku. When kds easoaon ter is sold in this Arctic town by
ShoW, I make a paelt of the bucketfuls. The price is eight
down on my klnee so I buckets of water for $1. The
m in the eye." ground freezes so deep that con-
: aes such physical exertions, ventional pipe systems are out of
arks brings other talents to the question.

4 ORY OF MARTHA WAYNE At Judge


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13 Constellation 6 Expire appellation
14 Insane 7 Electrified .6 Small bottle
I5 Charge particle 27 Girl's name
16 Prayer. Beginning 23 Mountain
endings 9 Among (comb. form)
17 Follower l 0 Fence opening 31 In a line
18 Compound 11 River in 32 Mud
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20 Senior 19 Auricle 41 Station (ab.)
12 Cleopstra's 21 Permit 43 Lamprey
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AnT DoApsostinmp. Le.wSr utah Sime ric wihothaneT tab leso oa shoteianigiarRiboity? B ueIf yue n on
i- lnef l thetos Toftyr r Dat Ahe.lemaon merian firm aJ just b stpi s toin _rno9-k and bleotterI d wilathoer y rowt-
i ot A ean-at e=AFo Anomd-rrob at p.teeea lea and ate l upor. l
paru. t yc b lIJe' bthe d om.thel, o De.lad oncme degrel e from TulsaUnx-wti em aly onin ppu leaites. a coerr t k amount
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wfld t Se ootheo e r and es th no othe Am erricat wpt ia cto steaks s p nd shtrips r cah.tuyres or.se if Tohe s n w t
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Aeitofmorrow, pi dinn will b


'fwnttemkrY o r of the fit prize an a ZrieO-niCEn o1w un o a
B i- d,..e ,ranct .
ofthe W af Clp year forth ben-Itwl be served fronl 3 '
the year i f the.club building lnd. pm.. ... .... .
d Sa a* 6ro ": leconid door prize went to Mrs. There will be adanclW to th ee
Wy7 Sa me '2. 0' ra trom a s. le Lyons, and third to Mrs, strains of Lugee's Serenaders
AR execu- broad.. thousands f, cnt i-. carol Wright from 6 p.m. until 10 p. I
vts n th ed frten"li ed ture3f the prizes was a huge Those interested in attending
Within nine years. By 0 the icebox cae baked by the club's the affair have been asked t
adt oy Utah Territory had a population of topmost cake baker, Mrs. Marie make reservations early by call-
.. B O i43,60 pioneers and applied for Dqnn. Luck again shone on Mrs. ig the Club 3-100. s
honored statehood. Carol Wright as the winner. .....--"
hoers Club at -- The party was perfectly planned (Continued on Pae 7) Ye
hiding the Mr. And Mrs. Derris by the club soctl chairman Mrs. andi
tary, offi- Depart Tomorrow M. Dunn of Margarita, and t-h e
S Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. D orris of members who furnished the des- o L L
S- .ake.rsfield, Califor nia are leavg sert asistd by the generous aid 0 L L
e ow plane to return to their of Mrs. H. Spilling and Mrs. L" B
al 0a r a visif of two weeks Seel.AND
ss~~,Is brother-in law Hping with the serving wor.e A N D
te u s i atr? f an4 Mrs. Daniel Mesdames Roy Hearn C. Lawson, -a A ,- ,
a Mtrs a William Grady, and eorge Eng. TEA SETS
S. The party was such.a success for less than half price! ".ri
that there are tentative plans for Tak e advantage of this
others to come, thus enabling the weer's to treat your
club to carry out a bigger pr oe L,..e, grand-
g-ram of phisol p rthan ever, a li daughters or eces.-
lo km minpity service far which the [I e "or II
I as long been noted.
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LArw m entertained last
evening with a cocktail arty at Until Wednesday Only
eAldence in honor of Miss Olga
adier Miss Louise Lelevette,
I Mlr. Albert Mollenbeck, who MORRISON'S
Swd be leaving for the 8 t a t ea
Miss Leignadier will be leaving
to begin her work as dietitian at .
the Cew -York Hospital in N ew
York C. Miss Lelevette will be- .
& teain eleapelary school in
Leago.. Se has ben the guest
t: the Leiladier'family during
Iher stay in Panama. Mrs. MoeUen- i
ek sla returning to his homet.In+
Missouri and plans to attend col-.
Ainong those present were
| ..-, Irnma Leignadler, Lilia
fastest oonimeralplaeInuIth Afer. adier, Virginia Kam. Aurora
mfle an hour radar-equipped 2,,a Lim, Nancy Ram Virginia Dig
l WS l Intlduce aon Is l Inte r na.n Marion lldekson, a'- nd
uIWO serviN between Waai and Buens Joan Reedas, and the Messrs.
aMercurio) Charlie Sweank Roger Rose. Ray
Murphy, Pin 1to Harry He n-
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cocktail on-the-house at
SUNDAY
RUNCE DANCE!
re a real treat for $2.2b!
scArraga at the organ.
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PRANO Catalina Dagomel
U1 be one of the artists on
e program presetned by. the
wry-organized Hall of Fame
istcal group Tuesday night
lInlng at 7:30 in the Paci-
fit Service Center.

Requiem Mass
A require mass will be seng
* Stephanie Williams, who
Ld one year age, at St. Paurs
Iseopal Church tomorrow at



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MORRISON
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 4-rend Rena.
lvig noue mirfum it retrigra-
tr. sv, hoem fuprniltNure,.
'iMndite'. Two bedroom
apeltu1e. wllh Itrrarce ewellable
fte b*wr. Phone 3-4474. Co.
be men ntil 7 pm.
FOR SALIs-- Leevig Ilthmus:
beautfu Iwf Prmlosho l live.
ploe Invi o set $60o, am,-
lqu e S $50 end $25; me-
heogay dining rom et $125;
four qaw aluminum n.poh chain
$50; SIMne s oume complete
$50; double metal bed with
mettros $20; oeel tables $5;
mile. household Item., lamps,
atle. Apply: Mr. Rnd's chalet,
asphalt Ned oppoit enrance
Lions' Colonlia hifentJIq., Trn-
Isthmian Highway, I minutes
from center Paname.


FOR ALI: Prctically now
O.1. autematie washing machine
60-cycle $150. Call 2-2441
after I p.m.


FOR SALI:- Brsriln, Westing-
house utemitic wsher,. 60 cy-
cles, go"d condition, $15. Tole-
phone 862 Colon.


FOR SAL.-Fantastic Bargeins!
Complete double b d Is 63.60.
Dining room met 81.60, Modern
living room sets 189.00, Word-
robes 33.60. Vanitles with oael
4.00. Ktchoien cabinets 96.l0,
Doeke 3C00, Conter tiables 1S.-
00. Chnf of drowes 22.00.
Doubl biod ipringsI 11.00, New
o-trmono 18.00. Pillows 2.50.
Immedleto delivery wiit, small
eoothly payment. No to-eignor!
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE, Na-
tionel Ave. No. 11. Phone 3-
*4911.

FOR SALE: Ons coil double
Sb'd ring with bho bose. Cell
3-34* or 3220., mpire Street.
FOR SALE:- Whirlpool Walisig
nachiios in eseIliat coeditie,
6 60oalo $90. Ct1 Albrook
4191.


and dreser 75S. 'Oth Street
lost No. 5-44.
FOR SALIE.-G.E.- ri4. fan 25.
cycle. fo 1e I a11x 20. couch
Sibek with nods, dry 1"n i" es-
Sany boards. veuntion blnds,
Homs 0959 Bouginuvlle St..
2-4341.
FOR SALE:--Motal bumr*e, 3
drawers and mirror; two easy
chain; card tobles, coffee tobh,
kitchen table; several lamps;
Zenith Tons-ocelnic radleo. Cu-
rundu Heights, Quartern 515-D.
Phone 38-2249, Curundu. Call
Saturday 0800-1700.


FOR SAL:--Deep Froons, G0-
cycle. prfect condition., eond
Street. Curundu. 83-6255.


Wolverine, OP. SALE--Phil-o refrigerator.
2 .. .. .. .. 10 0 c 1 0 ubic feet, 60-eycle. very
S. .... .. 1 3 2 good rendition. Priced low. Pun-
t .. .. .... 5 0- 101 ptn 3-.2589.
r .... .. 0 0 10 ---------------
d ...... o 1 0 FOR SALE: Exquisitely mod
e nbloende modern diuning eeoom. bed-
aa 14 1 4 romm; baby chifforohe end bea-
..-.." :*, ket. cot, folding bed. Short Hme
S Wldea-s used. Call -2739 Panema.

o".. 0o reJ WANTED
H '. ,, 0 4
.. .. .. 5 1 0 11 MieellaneouB
ad', M. .... .. 4 1 2 8 i-______
WANT11- Wringr-type wash-
Owls 13 3 4 28 er exchangee for Apn *- a
j.^ mmWawkgyem s. Trniofenf whe wc-
.. .. ..... 5 0 10 ret current u vailable. A
,.. .. .. 0 0 n0 eed Ima" *as stove. Phoa
IB .. .. 4 0 U 8 8: i,-
d. .. .. .5 0. 2 10
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u'2. .uIn Service H
thei leadW two futl
as they took the
e srines into caml 41
t -.he second otpm a STANPINGS
.ggra op of Httwk- Wu L e Pet.
.t :e WiUdeats mid Fort Clayton .... 1 .168
_M l .rt 0iobbe .r ., ,.IO S .833
t A.A A.tlantic ....8: 4 ....
cmUe of t5aih Troopets. ....... ? .416
..h.s one coco Solo ......... 4 8 .333
baWt ..t areA. ... 3 .250
eond B .-; y a eV Pitic.t c ...... 1 11 .084


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RESULTS THURSDAY
ort cayton 87, Nay Pacific S
Foit Kobbe 81. Troops 15
Anmy Atantic U1, Albrook 67
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MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
lO X 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
50X 1211, CRISTOML, C.Z.
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P~k-SALt -HI-FI oquipniwtos
S.Ill.u withr I ''
g elom Unver b weeke:
,pe ; tippmeot $550. Phone
56-32Cl.o


FOR SALE
:eal Estate


FOR SALE
Autombbiles
FOR SULE-$ .l ldadlt on o
Chweilt, Ol4meiwe or uick.
Soil for $1400. Phone. elbow
3450..
FOR SALE: Attentlon ute-
own: Yow lur at chane of eh.
telaingi irnd new, foawy goer
omee t9 55 Feid t locIl Deal-
e Pnrie less IS% diseom. .
Tede Ins a ccpted, fine aing
else availlble. At Agsle Ceo-
mM in Panes Pome. 2-4721.
Limiuod ato leoft. Abs lkiinds
of A-1 Usd Cars ,nd 41q fled
Used Timhee f bergela as.
GersT, Fords re else eovaNable.
Come for a fr .mv doeumtat)lon.
FOR SALE 1i MG ...new
pint and tog, exncllnt mocar -
nicl cosedition $950. 86-4298.
MIST SEL.: 950 Mercury.
Phone Navy Pactlfle 778.
FOR SALI.-Bar ga In, 1948
Buick Super Seden with radio.
Good buy for only $400. SMOOT
& HUNNICUTT, S. A.. Colon
goo.. *
FOR SALI: ar Olile. 1951
Chevrolet business coupe, Excel-
lohe condition, g goood hi. eint


FOR SALE:- 19l0 Oidmobilcep.
tires, make allor; davenport,
choir $35. port Davis 67-423.
FOR SALE !-S1aled bids accept-
ed until 4 p.m. July 29, 1955.
for two used duty free 1948
Chevrelet 4-door sedans. Seller
reserves right to reject any or all
bids. UNION OIL COMPANY,
Box 1174, Panama. Phone 2-
0771.
FOR SALE:-1946 Cdille, c.tul-
ly eqwipped, mw battry, g*
tires, rydrmatc., wexptlioallr
cdlen ad rodv to. r- $625.
Phone 4. 179. No. 4 useblo
Moreles. El Cngroie.


tranapslatib. Original aw2rr.
Cell Navy 982.i_ 1


OR SALE:-Due to trip. chalet
en Via Espalo No.'26.


FOR SALE OR RENT:- W. K.
Webster's S n t a Claro houe.
Call Mr, Maurer, Curun d u
4187 ofter 4i30.
FOR SALE:-Niee house in Pue-
blo Nve $4,000. Thoms Reaool
Estabt Agencies. 259 Central
Avenue. PhoneM 3-1069.




After Record Texas,

Mexico Border, Rain


EL PASO, Tex., July 21 (UPI-
The threat of more rain hung
today over El Paso and Juarez,
Mexico. where half a year's nor-
mal rainfall fell in 24 hours and'
flooded 2,800 persons out qf
their homes.
A total of 5.18 inches of rain
fell from 3 a.m. Wednesday to 3
a.m. yesterday. The average
rainfall at El Paso for an entire
year is 7.83 inches.
The welVrs have been slowly
falling in the Mountain View a-
rea of El Paso. an upper middle
class- residential neighborhood of
$15,011r to $20,000 homes, since
the rains stopped at 3 a.m.
The floods rose as 'high as the
window sill on some homes and
some of the rock walls of the
houses collapsed under the
weight of the watpr rushing off
Mt. Franklin. The Mountain
View area is lust at the foot of
the mountain.
,Water was still pouring ff the
mountain, but the level In the
residential area was going down
slowly. Skies were oe and
the weather bureau Vpiedicted
more thundershowers.
Officials estimated 1,000 per-
agns fled their homes in El Paso
fad 1.800 in Juarez, in Mexico
opposite El Paso. Of the Paso
refugees, 350 had to be evacuat-
ed from their homes by National
Guardsmen.
Several children b6r# miss-
luI in Juarez but police said
they had been rescued by others
since no bodies had been found
The Red Cross set up centers
to feed and shelter the retutees,
but most of them were able to
move in with friends. m1 paso
has a population of 30,000 and
Jdare 220.000.
Police Chief John Rixinger
said damagA would run into the
millious of dollars.




To Suoat Seo8l
ROME, uly 2---UP)-A Vat-,
ican-hungry Italian Senate so-
peared to give law Professor An-
tonio Segni quick approval to-
nhlt d a vemer.ote
PoUtical observers mid a vote
of confidence from the 243-man
Senate. second and last hurdle
for the newly-applntd-d ore-
oier, would owme without trou-
ble.
. The M4-year-old C h r istian
Democratic Bardinlan won an-
oroval, troM the Chamber of
DeputtiO MU day Ib a U-vote
margin. .
In ft-a be. a pe.ted
to ha H
three e mn ftrei-: Social


Wl IUY, Sell end MaleRold
lem "The Impnoral gkle."
Ctwklrl IPlo Prnemi Telt-

FOR SALE: Chelo: 3 large
bodroou, 2 bath, living and
dinlsg srms, larg porch end
dinette, maid'i rem, hot water
connections. 1600 matar v of
land. Phone 3-4637 from 9 to
12 aid after 6 p.m.


FOR SALI:- 1953 Hillmn Sp-
don $700. Goed condition. Phone
Aibroomb 529M.
FOR SALEI-1952 Morria Ox-
ford four-door, excellent condi-
tran, god tins. Phone Curundu
83-24W.


Mrs. Slison Dies

In Florkda Home;
Wai 7 f llklmar


TV IL -VIWEIES1EE
Mrs. Louis A. Stilson, well-
known resident of the Canal
Zone for many years, died Tues-
day in Orlando, Florida, accord-
ing to news received by friends
on the Isthmus. She had been
In ill health for several months.
She and her husband, who re-
Ured from the Canal Service five
years ago. hive made their home
in Orlando since returning to the
States. He-was employed in the
Office of the Comptroller for
many years.
Mrs. Stilson was born In Ohio
and came to the Isthmus with
her family when a young girl.
In addition to her husband,
she is survived by her mother
who lives In As, bula, Ohio; a
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Land
and two grandchildren, of Dan-
ville, Virginia: and a sister, Mrs.
George W. Penseyres._


Teams Win


.oop League
SV-.


Clayton used 15 players Itn
walking over Navy Pacific at Co-
coll with 13 men breaking into
the scoring act Clayto as in
command, 42-24, at .& "e
and .then cut loose in the e6d
half with 45 points while ht. d-
la the sailors to 15. *
Ga" Mi Wk was high with 1a,
Meor McCurry. and RPa Chat-
win each had 14 and SBCdd Kel-
ly added 1 tfor Clayton. Jim
King toppeI Pacific with 12
points.
Troopers had trouble cracking
Kobbe's Wron-clad Oeanse in
Lifeliner t a nd trald. 4-14.
at ha=ie. With Zobbe re-
serveala action much of the sec-
ond half. Trooper managed to
hit for 41 points in.the second
half while the winners fte to 29
points.
Guard Joe Clariste ha &S4 o
h n to OBa-O
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Sailings


Henry L. Donovan0 CiV' Af-
fairs director and Wilson m.
Crook, director of the communi-
ty Services Bureau, were among
the 164 passengers who sailed
from New York yesterdaypaboard
the Ancon of the Panama Line
for CrlstobaL They are both ac-
companted by their families.
Nineteen passengers are book-
ed to sail on the ship for Port-
au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen-
ger list for Cristobal follows:
Mrs. Idella M. Agner; Harry
Akers; Miss Esther Althouse;
H arold Babcock and son; Miss
Patricia Beere; Miss Helen Ber.
jach; Miss Anne Berk; MissRose
Berk; Mr. and Mrs. William
mleakley and 3 children; Mr. and
Mrs.-Kenenth R. A. Booth and 2
children; Mrs. Helen T. Bradley
and 3 children; John and Mrs.
M. Brown and son;
Rev. John Caine; Rev. Anthony
Catalina; Mr. and Mrs. James
Coogan; Miss Evelyn Coogan-
Mri and Mrs..Wilson S. Crook and
3 children: Mr. and Mrs. James
C. Cross; George Diegel; and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry L. Donovan and
daughter;
Ronald A. Faunce; Miss Nata-
lie Feld; Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Fields and 2 children; Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar H. Freeman; Carl
Frickel; Mr. and Mrs. George P.
Fulhlan; Mrs. Celina Fidanque;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gattoni
and son; Miss Sarah Gluck; Mr.
and Mrs. A X. Goguen and
6.ehildrin' Wand drs. William
Goldman: MrM artha W. Good-
win; Mr. Mrs.% Chrlsatian
O*ideipeS 9 Sildren;
Mrs ,.M.16 eHackle; Miss
Rae Hallo; Mrs. Kathryne B.
H011n; Mr. And Mrs. James H.
'Hin; Miss Dora Henry; Dr.
aL- .Jha Hurwitz; Mr. and
M lAerm-ans. Keepers and 3
cnaqin; Mrs.-'Wllllam Keepqrs1
Mr. Ma Mr. tames 0. Kingr and
son; and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H.
Kirkpatrick and
Mrs. Anne McBryde and 2 eWl-
dr; 3Zb MeaM9allum; Mrs. Flor-
ence Ml=bone and 2 children;
Joseph M. McGovern; Mr. and.
Mrq. LeSlie G. Mintkenbaugh and
daughter; Rev. Terrence Mooney;
Wburt L. Ney;
Mr. and Mrs. John T. O'Dounne
au* children; Mr. and Mrs. A.
O.-. ~ p r and Mrs. Elsie H.
Ogleebr; Mr. and Mrs. Hans


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Celebrate Jubilee
Celebrating its jubilee year,
the Colon Central Home League
of the Salvation Army held i ba-
zaar Wednesday night. A special
program was arranged by Mrs.
Winnifred Moonsawmy.

Omenitsch and 3 children: Miss
Dolores Peter; Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Phalen. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Prudehomme and grand-
daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Rath-
geber and 3 children: Mrs. Alice
C. Rifenburgh; Jeremiah Rifen-
burgh; John H. Rifenburgh:. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry L. Robinson;
Mrs. Lenore Samuels; Mr.-and
Mrs. Fred P. Schwartz: Mr. and
Mrs. Louis L. Seldon; Miss Sara
Sencer; Cmdr. and Mrs. Henry F.
Silsby and son; Miss Anna B.
Spillane; Miss Naomi Swan;
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Umanh;
Miss Ann .Unger; Mrs. Argenti-
na Velasquez and infant; Mr.
and Mrs.,Trendon Vestal and 2
children:' Mr. and Mrs. Georg
Vieto and 3 children; Mrs. Nl-
lan Willon; and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward H. Womble and 2 chil-
dren.


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MUM ^WASIfNGTON, July 32 (UP)- man with thinning hair, denied esa t Incident edd
"u"r n' m A S ear-.d West Virginia con.- throw p h pt the t ll, our tradi tirs."
.-pusamn. Known as a "pepper-;broad ered Powell, who is I One _thg a peered
:AI i al pot," thrw a sharp uppercut at the A ueand oq etertainer Hael, Powell never tK e
ii,*N. .weg' colleague from .Ne w Scott. well a so.refused to con- Jrown b .
N O I 9 11114e2sYork yesterday In a heated ar- firt themr were asy f isticutff. I Cout ha rman
E.. glu t over a. choo .integratloe But dat leat tree committee A. Ba rde (& ,C.) refu ed to
*.Plan. members, -who declined to be quot- repot what happened.
.ggg ..ASEThere wers conflicting accounts ed by ayme, gave. varying ac- committee an t Oal
Sof the one-punch bout between counts of the episode. h proposal learned the way ,
,Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey, aanda Theyvlid the argument started' approval of the scWhoo a)id
.ReMainClayton Powel, hiswhentaces Powell ofay. Powell se
4,15 taet. The fracas between the trying to kill the- school construe notice h intends to press
Sbytwo democrats occurred at a tion ill with his anti-segregation anti-segregatIon mdment as
,, .- 4-- S**^closed meetng of the House Lator pmep ment. The proposal was of.' the House floor
I AB e r l Com nitt. h to the committee for Powell
... 9 AJJ One member said .the blow did by Rep. Stuvesant Wainwright Powql said it a "inel aat
4 11not lad. Another said the 4-year- (R-N.Y.). Lmmoral" to give federal moe
,. -A od Powilt e built like a hea y- at st e whi c "flot the. I
--Ne-,dsvaUl a, weight, lid off his chair onto heI According to members who were land" as laid down by .
Seat W'Ma e0bs m. floor but quickly arose. The pr n-jpremsnt, ois led to sharp words em Court.
-16 PaM pals lasted the punch ne.verbetwn e two. They said Bailey esidnt Risenhower has
4 9 *Pas Ii P-an was launched. i then swung at Powell with an such ai segregation .
S *-n s After the ruckus, the commit-' "uppercut." ument t"extraneous" to l
Opei pa ead-4 tee voted 17 to 10 to reject a -move! aley fCrom Clarksburg, W.Va. laolving sehoor, public h
._ ._by Powell to bar any school which and a in gres since 149, called ee mIlitry reserve. He
,e refuses to comply with the S-. it "just a wordy argument le t i issue h oul be co the der
Asum.et.ou'replyig preme Court' pehool Integration said there was no flight. Powell, a atel. .
Jsej Su thhatdyu are playoag to order from ring in $1,60,800,- lawmaker since tI, said the ar-
Sa5 South ha d, at a deatracto 000. in proposed, federal school umt Sended a when he assured
S t O e k spadosed.. You hav It to aid. pail he was In favor of th el
Wee iiyfvediylth t i Dbut'Bailey, a' short, slightly built scho aid bill. THE
c i o4 clt a n M I a way dAs-
&ay lcoata of the missing Aigh newly elected Prealdent of the Fort Clayton NCO Wives Club t CaKw lInV*1
vcarss r a cepts the organistions gavel from Col. Tubbs, Post Com- pA. o e or t ar e s
Naturally youwin .the first trIck mender of Fort Claytrn, at the Wives Club recent InstallationAND
thte -act ot *b. Timhe next of Otleers. Mrs. Rose Mary Capenera (left) the retiring Pres- ,TL1 p
step 'a to lead a to dam- i dent, turned the gave', clad in gardenias, red carnation and S f te AKr U. s B
my'o aNow o w54 dumr blue vidlets -over to Col. Tabbs who in turn presented it toC III O e9O 0n S
Iof ad s a a Mrs. HolUtord. This resent tgnfficially commences herMBusiness MUSIJ
a lowtrp e; mrsas the u a SATURDAY fro we a.
TteRst Aollowed wit the c-ofIIWASHINGTON, July 22 (UP) ciallzes in clerical efficiency OFFs
/ dg spaes, vp would flne the yt NC Wives Porter, Mrs. Kalbarezyk, Mrs.-Air Force Secretary Harold E. studies. I GOLDEN PRIED *-C
queen. ee te st actually dis. a OfIeers Wagner and iMrs. Hal. ood was Tealbott has offered to quit a McClellan denounced thbe FILLET MIGNON
............ =cards a club, you* o up wia o At DnneA r an N catered by the Fort Clayton NCO controversial business partner- Ilnk" of the letters to the RIED I.fRIMPS
-ace spades and Ive up a 'spade The ayton NCO Wives Club. ship if Senate investigators New York Times, which pub- IOT HOME ROLLS
.HONW ILa I'm- oal u,"'Arm er n awa tri ckto Waes I .Club dd tiodt S think It would help the Ai ll t... ------- yesterday as" the Ae Ser- .with alDidne s,
Btha At t Walafla k l.e elated, Is "ew e y at can Wet o ow? If he n in N a ae rc For s am Force and the administratd m reptbensible thwho Also
tli, bt "'ave deri i's ,ar'tie.~i~.. turtAs Ahekrt, o et free at the o t a _NCO 1 Miss e tri as was he hob- Hi made the offer at ahasti- ev did it." Delicious hrt -
., ,- p Neal a Irving D, at the a Wet,- ad. The r was n pray- or guest recent at a tea te. ly-summoned public hearing of Geoge H. gender (R-0), sandwiches and rb service
t"'s, ls-Ae o' rr, e, ,, ie nN o,,Adm ra diamondd, yu' finesse dummy's at by A? f ? rDdered at the Panama Golf Club the Sneate permanent' irivesti- a meMber of the atboommittee. OPE FRY AT .
It5$ c~ 1-ask an et make of two aytqoi. ast0 eu prs by Miss Mart Eugenla S ahs sho, nting subcoittee., The Air said there was "no indication"
Sand d %asarda Orti.iorscommktte ,hajdet .Talbott "poft~d"In any way" ..



..a cam water-nto a bf.nd, with another heart- drr plans am p documents purporting tb show disclosed the group had studied
agset. e-secr ofa fast .. tes ace of daonds. before dar. '. '-,- bao11h11 e-
rk. ease .The-sererof a fast on or tof clubs;).oMdit l m hore dance Saturday evening to Tlyohtbathe Tabott letters, for.h
every- ride Is. the secret of cat In short your slam contract IsAn short speec was made by bbs music of George Miller's Or- from his Pentagon office for weeks. said he saw wo "eti- th
eI Gari right wave at the right time at the assured no matter what West doe Co. Tubbe, Post Commander of chestra. S anish and American the New York engiIeerin irm dence of corro tion or Volation I
's 1 as acada it. wthis way, youfare at the and rt lto h wished the new music be played, and tse of Paul B. Mulligan & o. in of law or donfet rof lZterst Insnt -1
'a t .as vaca .WArts. t ay, yotr a.e mr iexe tveoar every success and dance is "open-house." which he has maintained a pro- what I have read so far."
l at the_ aal Hawaian Standard Waikiki beach fee I.s yur guesses .ore .he expressed appreciation to the ooat fit-snaring interest. Chsirmant Richard B. Rusatell
Wel. where ev$ -tropleal $1.50 a person for three rides but sp de, w* uob5. 2 Ng board for a job well done. Two door prizes will be given to Taleotte toid the subhmgt- k (D-oa.Sv of tme Senate Armed
birdA are ea 'r can pla, the seven or eight passengers, be m g tr pmapla Ithe West and Mrs. Camera t an k d the lucky ticket holders. tee It s hocking tnk to lBervices Commltte, whch
T.he hotel's dei. by-te-sea they miliona-res or stenogra. mission ruydaor e Ws .luA members Of her board .and the1 There uwill be dancing from 9 point the fatIgr fi susplelon heard Talbott's oride nal testv
dI.ing r h, b.. to the phera, have to paddle their ownand y,.o"u ar a of ci.o.mtt heads for thei. coper. p.m. to 1 a.m. st a man that doesn't deserve moay about his bus ess inter-
l y. whatoWestdoes..Co l.Tubbne. s,-sat m ,_..- -d to a aton a s or m dur her term it...Ned I don't think I de-'.ets,, said he wos wollnru to leave For a port or ,my. ,r ,
l b brains youpay thebeache r fad n or you hma o office, and congratulated the se It." the question to the subcommt- serve tongy Royal Gelatin. L .
ti br i ht p lae.hn b raInyou pa the heart.tYeas m yhh deide t is roficeC ro dhrig iherth ter It-and h den'd think Iro dle-'.ts,, saidoheuwascwining&toloor part o family vear,
ble Iiasa .,AVIn.wa.,at I.pot h. diswotua o anye acf her every auccessa. es Ler he said he would "act on" 'm sure senator McClellan shimmering color. hFour bi i
Wtot n 4e1vaac Sae! .W a iawig a f a e gewoftegngborsages of gardenias, red car- Couple Tub If the senators thought he will do a good ,job," Ru ] iht'".tsssell' A h medh
ao.th er ve s Yepi eipathaddira- fb a re. r l nations, and blue violets were pre. Meets Tuesday should.. said ng from each pcka- .Whe
bhla b rtlife. Inary an w t s beats e ..e.ar -l W eh a snted to all the ladles. Honored The Couple Club of the Balboa His letter said the committee Even as Talbott appeared be- yo shop-ash cr Reoyal Glrtih..
e atbrelow, -' s-. ., i l for thrills. No rmanglest i gii i nn ests included. Col. and M r Union Church will hold its month- 'has indicated agreement" he fore the investigating group,.
"' s hane g e..ver, either. b ,- Ch.aplain Pearisol, St. and si covered dish supper at 6:20 p. has not broken any law or act- the Senate Armed Services Com-,
S hes : _Inee nain. t... 'h t a Mrs. i Mrs._ Rchat, and Sgt. m. on Tuesday, in te Church par- ed inconastently with his prom- mitee ordered another military
iU-Ioend ,ers .r l- Frichkorno. lo.. e to the Senate Armed Serv- appointee- Reuben a Robert- ii
.. Yomeo m i wd d" r- .wo A a r r-white-and blue cor"r ,tIces Committee 1953 wheat son Jr.-to give up his stock Ina
As I .vep walked .eters abo t7. d ,he van-LeMlel.U 0tirltg- scheme was chosen for decora-l Mr. W. G..Dolan, Chief of Civil he was confirmed in the Ain to firms doing defense b.assi- -
drucs ke o r.- h ha rswlhic wath e r? ...: a- ffga ".d. ean ul flower a~r Dense will give an illustrated os. nosI a w t e dept

the bessa nbo l br ai stou pafth i ot ale with cento pieces drvelopniet f group be would keep a oebqesrtontotoled te armed
beehalVdngrwlaslsota eliedbcrete theat e t oThulee wf Cstbea reheablt ofoO nifiant amount of Air Force rich Co. and Procter e Camblel
The -4. anf .,= barever y puev, Uess2 rerofth ReainbowforGirls pnu said ituwou
... ...onI the,*Canmc.rs..asafternoson, hougerenoasredcar,.r glub Itt, i e nator se a'thought--hewll do god

tll ,h,. hips.In ", t .,i= al-. Sia.l retnnatins. were takn bl St. Paulsa. ereOrdes of thse Tunesda y, s hr.s contract. .. Co The committee sid it would "

the ItrveWrsilty f Hawa, but a! But there's bolag Cew 'about .,foef .iof Mrs. t eea. as on tomorrow aeroo. The sohour .th:letter ot te
ttrough, the .town. No ndew models every year. The _., was the first rsdnpiest' alr Mrs, Mre.Uis 1:00an y -.acttesare of e nthehrmh.. go,
4 e e n a ar b b a Ie I to o k r id e n. w a s 25 y e a r s h t. ... -c h a_ __._r_ __0 mn
"It'- k, receiveie as sare of the re-.
e trlg anoe equoP with ajold. .awallSn wood Is tough. ,at tE.he.eric'dvss cor A SCREEN CLAaSSIC FOR ALL TIMEf!... a .no.rlor at-e
.t trVaotA. "Aa s'oa" motor is ....Th anniversary fesrvtuIes Coming next Thu sd ay of the LUX Theatre. Taldbott looked .n Uw hd told ...
or1 ie A old Hawaiian way for an mhebcted glory note: I brace'ss Will dose Thl 3Swt. dDUnthe mSycommtecen in therm i
w... .canoeljokeys, 1 heae ftuner, Lament Puffy is formal dlnnr4..._ a... the nl DhEReN Tcn/IM $ I^ ,.*..- r.wfimdonie.sbu
at se o te fa. nu the trade as a piiano- e Srviu.eT CentMr AgI..low opinion of these gentlemen It.a
sot Odu Ceringe C hub. ai tuneri s aO tuner. Jaspe and Nas orchestra. will sup would be helping the ir Forcei ii-nb
tpIi lhmu ic. S lunday is the and the acsi.latration...t will
edie fol reservations for the gso tbro with the situation."
A DIG, BOLD, BLASTINq. JAILBREAK DRAM.A: inhe.rame. Subcrlvttee ChrIman JohnIth
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NQW ATTHI LUX HE4Tothb Talbott said he would have
oBd U,,,gven the letter to McClelloan
i.UMls morning if the New YorkLR
ulsTImes had not published proto-
A.(UP)--UsV Nfti wll e. arro- static copies and excerpts ofrom.e 1-

fro 1m t1e e1lat iendc, lea sup. solicitebabussnessyfor.histfirm.
aOw e tothe1mi saionrw this was2from th n o with sizable AirC
pm $ cock w eEl fpr tanxpayers tBn/a o "ore of te b s yn e o ubt "ai pprvneda
Sc gwa ebIs eitmade to Some of thet letters, circulat-
tabi4 is a. oe s- pa nh.r ro. ed among subcommittee mem-
He erpries written ion Tsbott's officials,
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Four horses will dispute the $750 purse in the
Satured Class "B" seven-furlong sprint tomorrow
mion at the Juan Franco race track in an event
t q~es up as a three-idetbatt..
apapr the race bolls down to Leaden batibeen racing to good
'4Wttlpamong Lexden. Bradomin form recently and figures to b1
Jaquisazo. The fourth sched..iq the tdirk of It all the way.
trter, Goyonder, doesn't Goyonder, a notoriously slow
-F. 0to be close up at the fiI- starter, Ip a longshot possibility
because of bhi tremendous
SLden was third behind Per- stretch burn ailWty..
'alea Couttess and Bradomin last Ten other Intremtng races are
& Goyonder finished a bad Included on an attractive pro-
( in that same race. Jaqulma- gram.
*"has been Idle since scoring an
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Road and Suoarplum a little more
na month ago.
7fiA e as usual, wil lride ran /
dn: Vasquez as e n Franco Tips
tUN lup on Bradomin. Ruben "Ca- --
owil guide the ever danger 1-Anothr r Cl.
"M Jaquiatzo. Hector Ruizwil l,2-Copdo.a Granero
du. e booting on Goyonder. 2-Radical U ulyu
a -omln, 9 be t t e r sprinter 4-.Sberry Timm .- uit ,
f ,i 'the other entrants, c o u I d 5--Nho (e) -- ins
Fae it a pnst.to-post victnry itf' 6-Distln|o Turf LoW
lmwudl to set his pace in hand. 7-Erie -. Amat. .
ja xt mar, usually a slow starter,j 8-13u0llrFlea, -Wi.iabla
et times displays great ea r I y 9-Lifeboat tinG (0e)
saed..and. if feeling right, should110--rkdomh5S-a' JMaslhsa
bi dght up from the beginning. .11-P I-- MOSM Sea '.


Three Teams Close In On Navy


I' Atlantic Basketball Loop;


pAwells Plays Tars Tonight
I 0 -


-" STANDINGS
: tlantic Basketball League
i k o Won Lost Pet.
a 7stion ..... 7 5 .58S
el.........6 6 .500
S alW" t r Life .. 6 7 .462
Qverral Sports .. 6 7 .462

WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
Oilbraltar Life 73., Naval Sta-
Yvernal Sports 85, Powenls 73a
> thaIlOT'S PAMES (7 p.m.


the end to pennant aspirations.
Gibraltar was "on a three-game
losing streak when they over-
powered Naval 8 t a ti on on
Wednesday night and will be Ir
full force tonight in an attempt
to halt the Universal Sports 3-
game winning streak.
The first game starts at 7 o'-
Sclock and the nightcp wU fol-
low the first uia ;154, mn-


r lw Swrt? the lead

badly skidding Naval ta- Life
ve let toer 1oing streak i 6 *
d to sr ht games _t 1 ftp
esda b .able Pernando .. .. ... 3. 1 1
; t,,,nret. il y 4tliirprian .. .. .. ..,1 .. 4 4 12
one g-0 "es n I H ooper ..2... ,3 3 7
r- wt0 d In tho iht. Tagaropulos .. .. .. 4 0 2 8
8 7s-t T pSi mons. Ray *... 6 2 2 14
rRichteran, ..row te R t .... .. 4 3 1 I;
c tb Lea .wide Capalbo .. .... 1 0 3 2
four teams now knock- ....
door of a '55 chfam- 28 17 17 73

j Ajr' 78.70 wn r the Naval Station
AM etser In thWel. _ganie Doran .... .. 11 4 3 2R
t. eir twor, -0n= l0- in Damoff .*.. 2; 4 3 10
mk nd mvedi e to with- Weinhardt .. 2 3 4 71
/ from1:top, wh ie Parnhet ......... 0 0 0
Ift 10in Ms l'ighteHall, Jerry.. ..4 2 1 101
g Third in a row. Powells aobkowlak .. 6 5 1 17
their ence to move u in ward........ 0 0 0
for first place as a result 27 16 12 70
br loss, but still hung on
runner-up spot.
Itar, playing their first Powells
i under the new manager.
S1mons, came from hind4 fg fs p tpl
ple Navy. Navy's Ir t Pere .... .. .. .. 7 4 4 18
virtually assure* hlmusef amith, Ed .. .. .. 3, 2 1 8
e hig-tscori n aw d for Hawthorne .... .. 1 0o 3 2
in nettln 2 for t eose'Ang Robinette .. .. .. ..0 0 2 0
While Richter's me- Reye ...... .. ..11 6 4 28
ha fort was I..llght Raybourne .. ,. .6 5 4 17
Splayngies pluone 2811873
before the end of Universal Sports
115B Atlantic Cage Loon
and what lst week Hayes ..... .. 82 3 18
_d e awalk-awayfor Na- Manning ........ 7 0 4 2
has quickly develop- Beltno ........ ..14 11 4 30
e four team race for the Simons, Carl .. .. .. 4 3 3 11
PPIly 1 games separates Smith, Oil .. .. .. 3 0 2 6
VI_ from the*led and Moser .. .. .. .. .. 1 61 2
the developments of the Constantine .. .. .. 2 0 2 4
t Wo weeks anything can Lows .. .. ...... 1 3
TiTrinble ........ 0 0 1 0
t Powels is faced with 34 17 21 85
nM itY to move up into -
tS## with Naval eta-
'two quintet meet FOUND A HOME
,fB1 u'6b time this year.
takes on the "sud- HANOVER, N.H. (NEA) -
hed" Unsport five. E1llot Noyes track coach and as
i f these two quintets have distant athletic director, has been
L af of gl.ames left to play Iat Dartmouth since enroe.l in
o tonight t would.iean u2n.
,


A STARTS
TOMORROW!


lan a


P.,. Bone


loke


1st Iase "I, Impte 6g W

1-V, DaTling V.
3-Lot 0 Trouble M. e 10 a
4-Double In J. Cadog li '


8-(CoonelUno H Rult IlI'
9-(Newbrlthton V' Ortega 1 4
S-A.. .74 i1mar

2nd Race "HB" INd. 5% FP. S d a

1I-y Dear M, ALYc ;Wah .- at


4-Discovery
5-D. Maiden


3rd Race "Non Winners" 44


1-Survey E. Darlo 104 -1
3-DBarba & carvaJl %l -uw
8-Taboga E. Or Oa ld lo
4-Curazalefa J. BravO 10.-
6-Erinmax A. Mna ib -C6
6-Radical R. Vauiue 118 -4
7-Uyuyuy B. Agulrre 110 -D


~lder~
~j;re,

rL .v~
I'teu'gr


Ith Race "G" Natives 4% '8F l 0M Pool Cl

1-Sherry Tme A. Mena 110 speed
2-Don Pitin J.. Reys 116
3-Tulra A. Mena R. 112x-ge Ls.rm
4-Okiland B. Agulrre 109 -- "uee to _ig
5-Mufleco H. Ruiz 112 -ak top form
6-Que Lindo 0. Sanchez 110 'BlaD*t easily speed
7-Plropo V. Rodriguez 1l0x--IV U*dicafa
8-(Tap Lady A. Vergara lgOx-P- more distance
0--(Lady Dancer E. Ortega 108 -Vf i .etup
10-B a B J, Bravo 115 --fir.aed fom betting
Note: 1 1ad B runs out of bet#&.


-eU


5th Rae "E" Natives 7 Pg. Prse 'S375.9. d Pool Closes


3-1 and layAd )"" f .i
4-1 Palomas -lnt sa5 -wMs
-1 one of the malnta id
-, infield. Vlayintg
-1 pletely gamo iniel. JIN





: be layoffs ton he stoo
d h' t re moeHlowns


1-Rabiblanco L. Giraldo 115 -Nothing to recommend 4-1 ---
2-Bagdad J. Oongora 112 -Bst chance in. mud 2-1
3- (8. Velluds C. Lino 110 -Good recent races even@ w .f
4-(Naeho A. Valdivia 118 -,ptes best here. eve|A
5-Filon) A. Vetgara 10x -Usually close up 2-1 8lk 'eW J
6-Don Jaime) J. Bravo 115 -Back In best form 2-1

6th Race "H Imp.n Vgs. P use 3.40.060 PoolCloses3:35 suspension Cut'
Fift Race of the Double
l--MTgpr Teeoth B. Aguirre 118 -mrns from layoff 3-1 -
2-.' e MLocage M. uza I n --Impressive in last 2 2-1 T T
3-&- ttgo. A. Vasquez11 -Form indicates 3-2 WO M OniS
4_ ---xdxa 'E. Ortega 11 -Would pay nicee odds 5-1
5-MI Ala#a O. Sanicea b 115,;- -Easy win in last 41
6-C. Prince A. Mena R. 110s -Nothing to indicate 10-1


7th Sam'N "' IM. FM ur-si .40. ool Closes

1-M^DuosI^O c-R!t fair chance
2-Ef. cfada B, AilrteML0S -Dangerous contender
3-HMarlecao J. Bravoi118 -Favorite rider up
4--PagUit E.. Pita G. 112x -Returns fromI lsyof
4-BEri A. Vasques 113 -Improving steady
6-F;arlyable R. Viaques H8 -Depends on start
7-Amat M. Ycaz 118 -Poor start in' last
8th Race "F" Natives 6% Fs.Purse $S.75.90 Pool Closes
QUINIELA
1-Blscaya J. Bravo 120 -Usually gets left
2-El Pasha R. Gomez 110 -Returns from layoff
3-Conquistador Cadogan 113 -Better than we thought
4-Bull Flea A. Vasques 116 -Should win this one
5-Winsa.ba J. Raves 113 -Inconsistent performer


4:05




3-2
4-1
2-1

4:4a


At a special meeting last
night, the Panama Boxing-Oomr
maon reconsdered. the, ax-
uon9hspenMiB t lew.Or-
tweftht Brow& av&d
rede -edthe auspenson to- *t
months itead. '
Brown ws usended by the
commisson = e, for the prt
be played when boxer JiiUMa
west, also from New Orleans,
used the name of Nat "Killer"
Jackson in a benefit fight a-
gainst Brown at the Panama
Gym June 16.


Brown knocJ
the third roun
The case ig
that he knew


6-SixNQla F. Sanches 100x -Much, much too slow 30-1 ing another 11
-Brown failed I

9th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs. Pnrae 5.450.00 Pool Closes-5:15
ONE-TWO At the hear
1-TUlama J. Cadogan 113 -Could score again 5-1 been n apeant
2-Vulcanizado G. SBnchez 11i -Better chance here 4-1 WeS was&
3-Remero- J. Gongora 115 -Seeks repeat victory 4-1 he thought it
4-Lifeboat A. Vasques 115 -Mutuels favorite even ina "ft Of ,
5-M. Slipper A. Vergaral08x-Improving slowly 10-1 too-fiia
6--(Supper Girl B. Aguirre 113 -Not ready yet 5- offia1 '
7-fRlIqul R. Vasques 115 -Returns from sick ba.. 5-1 i e ,
8-Pompilio) J. Bravo 110 -Depends on start 3.1 the iiad fa
9-Pinino) M. Ycasa 10o -Dangerous contender 2-1 lhe o.1en

10th Race "B" Imported 7 Pi.Purse $.750.00 Pool Clos 5:40 bose -
1-Lexden B. Agulrre 114 -Will fight it out 3-1 h1r of j
2-Bradomin A. Vasquez 115 -Form indicates 3-2
3-Goyonder H. Rul 100 -Woold pay off -, 8-1*
4-Jaqulmaaso R. Vasques 116 -Returns in good shape 241 cidd to rediu

11th Race "D" Imported 1 MilePurse $.60.0 Pool Claes ... j P
1-Fol J. Bravo 110 -Shouldn't miss here even Gau
a2-Moon Beam A. Vasques 115 -Has good workouts 3-1 llaria
3-Supersun A. Mena 118 -Poor recent races 20-1P an
4-Dark sunset B. Aguirre 113 -No. 1 contender 2-1 -


'Mr- AITAiM U *A I N I IUTV nI


%v ir i A It M iWitU9 I IrVV I
Fiom the Burnett's latest novel coming next
Wednesday in his great release at the
CENTRAL Theatre.


lkihiblyT 1.


EIAtaI4W lv
bib works mo.I
other to M ad I
.mirr)Moo. FP
e advemturmetai
.crrowopeaIa M
f*A3'P^tW V


ked out West in
d.
ainst Brown was
that West was us-
ghter's name- and
notify authorl-
ud.
ing Brown had
re with Investlgat-
td that he knew
o'but at the time
would have been
im to mention it

public apology to
aSM and author-
mi his aervices for
ies and 1, bie
k fight at a
CBrsgn. witt his
S gotag to a
Co anmisslion d-
I Brown's SMsen-
s 7to a reueAt by

ebdy mat a-
Ed4r Bolivar Vak
SIOwn be,' given
fight Venesueiaa
champion Ismael
Ith Brawn's" nus.
expenses and S14
& started by ra.X
mr Imn aricultfrai
delinquent htf
furnished woarth

OUld take olaceat
fa, Aug. 28.
t present !n.:te#
Is now eligible t
2,L4.


Dg Manuy Hinue ,Jing-td

i thim yfri play here as .e
u jw i way to eater Duke' Ui-
Ar .but tow b present at le
hImlus, eorgia omu August 2.
Chairinma 3 Des Loandesa S.,
Cfat mmn Jim Dos lin Sor.,
bul anouncem that am alb .w- o
ha not IeAC9d their- birth-
day b Agust 1M ar e
b14 to compete I this tournament
&Md are invited' ta teep- e In
their entry to e titr iu at
Balboa 2417, or to Tom Murphy at
Rodman- 368i2 not later than "itIs-
day, July 36. EXfntUrieB also be
made at the home dub f the
players so desiri ng "4o 64 Pair-
LIgs 1o the play wlo-be maeft-up
Tuesday vein and bishedin
Wednesday's paper with the as-
siged rstartg timm. -'


it I.s expected twate eofnt
wilt have all of tea'pttc a
reak big-time ,ar 'u aanL
The .iMdan u Nled.I N-very
SUM, ndethsi W"AMolf
udsdn of t h Nkval A~ilmomtilo
Depot are going a -i-t to show


to to' f0 r in

and'fA a" gttP to Et
rope to coUmpete aSga anst the
world's best Junior : .
Even-_i the Sta-te i 8Ato
materiaize for this locaf play the
winners will be assured of some
nice prizes through tPe cottesy
of Panama Canal Zone Lodge. Nq.
1414, .P.O. Elk., the o0l go
clubs, and individual friOid of



TS odm*ii. Con to he -e
aon ce remony and W T'1;e
aodia Ci u-1 ao amoned
tht payers enel the M- aria-
st may rounds
starting ne oay and4a spe-
tators wis to flUow the-match-
ones Thur ay ad Friday will
be gven enter at the main te
of tne Naval Ammunition Depot.
It will be remembered that this
is the third year a champleashipP
junior tournament has been held
here. In 1964 Bill Badm of Pana-
ma City was the winner and bhe
along witb Hinkle an& DerLondes.
Jr., of Balboa and -Lut & aa. of
San Jose. Costa& iat com .o
the team that repres ted, a-
rea at the Natos hl n sh. e U-
niversity of 3Erchis:r m Ar.
bor.
Jo as
mR city Napt N.dl..e
vent on the final dy t ,
dua to localfi5Wk aid trav-
ellUd with Hi stand ack aM.
mond to the NaCldal at Albu-
qusrque, Newl.. wawhet i na-n
hie captured the. t t1vR1t_
and Pptt _ea,_u'."
Anyone I!teret-R F.S
get one or tWbw
tional this. yor. wIl e
pwy~ed at Cottu.s, GorgaIf
Loades, Sr.,.Tom MBphy or O


dlub 1dmam avy West Bank,
39 holes Iedl play. All
under 18years Itvi
must be In by Ji 2L.M A sll ec-
tatons cordably invited.
,tars ordal"ivt.


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6-4, 1140. 1., 14-28






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atona I1 0 4alt
t .bl. t shdrt
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Larys Cmbres won. by foret
Tfrom tj Emblem Club who had



Wa Utber of player.
Astoy_. er ... o 406
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Deon rgeae.. .. .. 0 0 0
.L s e 2 0
WiEugenell Linfoy r ...... 0 0 0


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the Arstobwlto t. ube


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caught tp and then pulled sway.
.'Los Cumbres won by forfeit
from the Emblem Club who had

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J;whnlt e4ld,.... ,o o0 0o
J. Coppe) veT 0. .. o 0 64,
TotalW N5 i s a
GOraltar Ut imnranoe -
.', ftt pf t
WaltBrown .. .. 4 0 1%8
George Case ,o 1 0 32 3
Lewis French 3 3 0 8
Eugene Linfor .. 1 0 O 3
Tom Perantle .. s 1 3 11
Curtis Fitzerald 0 0 a o


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Sm have been the most uepsist-
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(N A Telephoto) their 5ce min April, 12-11 in'
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Eac"-h t t ,' three conte d. a t h e, Dr k rhas a -k of 23, bbat
_- ...... 64M .6m .- He York .... .rr 35 B2b- thate arr tse e a .lard -hSo
t ahte Giants'hortjatp Witail bt
Inson from the fieldd after he had injured his left knee d I ers han spurted more spectacular- whiop ying poe. ther tn
battI practice. The Ddge- were ..rml.n up for a gami1 Ie ly att ti mes but ls o hhh P "i.d Ini
a ,.ups, The. Y anes, for exam. _"wlha the (hleo Cub,'e buei Wewol tat a- shortstop.
'3tum The ay' the majr who it distnce. Ts2-wellYear-9lM$ pbsr Itwa to mRocky U
the Cardinal. alpe, were 214- in 2l but league w record d t. wh the 2 r-ol He ll product rem to m nur tare 40 or
11I iwii morote hr m.. wi spr.. ba.sol,,.H Iau y .roamplinhed n the &I .
thiedU ulpilea purt. tzox .. w piioy, runs the bases wel and knows how to hit the diqL
d to 1 in Ju jneto drpd 'his r d and.
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"a e bendit twT ,ti~~o (Nt> nat2Fit Fenway Park. beer were guzzled at the Al-Star
t b overcome 34_andd M y c"" At an even -re otel* am in gInM w IeM a-
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t. Lo 42 46 .477 1%) ansas ity .365. ,Bob enneady rke the tie with Bnnks batted .t75 in his freshman oug off bove the casde
51 .440 2 .Washington..328 24 tw-trlae ~soth th e aforementioned gor, sth hfm all h long other th caton ( t, each, baeps even













r ,.- York 4J000000--8 12 :1!Kdd -- a ltot to mention Ted Klte-ski, roar of one of at bi diesel en- agee except the dime.seon ko his
albs ..4 610a0. 81% atcim o.o10003.x-013 2 r oera L a' -.s C.basesdl -withItesw ws andTd l79 runs ~u he rd? ot there. It was only Rocky s...Mro' hi r- r
'(80-ad Cr a all. tms. re ;.4n 's .1 X os third ie run on ermLo blar i er t a t to s w round o a e1 s ciano epractieg t s cho
ihpdj, _- rnd "a w, figures 'to Ba' swing, me ofrthe waters of nearby tL rnat i or s















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DAL lsjt and Cb --. Brown i)nds 9 d4 s r e (s0 itnhea n st. a raued t% A- got oat on t h he h igh t y fr
oeft (10- ldln ea) rr S t aS it h v er- wi -- -- Ma. ssi., toN urw York to
*Reseent' (P4) mad -ampant b o L D Al loseq 9' Vw itih is'30h bitch a ride for his destiny date
Bt dONeci tal.PTeM y osisa T ek othe asn ,d Gut Zernial ahd 2 -n '51.Ith Al Well nine years ago.




















Lde (2-6) Jac..-.Wter. .047. 1-- ,,..-. ou oque dtm ak ethte e emid dumb ,,f FtRESTONEINT
t.L us 1 1 0 0-9 9,ns Ct,. o__ .1 dec% isi e tlly The log.a n d.e d None tbo.. guys w-ar e r e- "Actually ," says M ari o, "I ,

sbnra l, IJ ahWte () Cd Bx 64 .4i0 17% d plays demanded of a shortstop. So'outSGt, but the driver only too r me os of top light









der.M.Shnt ), Cec r ri se r wen4e20 hhYrkGiStI n ex youn is itragorarYo pitcher a- because he wntd someone
San l1 es- .id stroth. feoaed the Kau qs City Athlet I ,cs, n takes his place to talk to, so I chewed the fat champ insevery physicaulspec- tr a























f Ith, o378 'TS 119 .51l7 (M st 7 t/ d ) .tSh, .. ? ,as tIe b tler stagles to ]..I _o t yell 'Aealdol" to ma.e his [ C 1 AlmInl^
pk Uwer, idlyg44 ndw0 s -and .15 Bui Ot81 x-a 8 0 l P Met d a vie nd th ner tMad hw rnk irac1 caught his at- aieANdIA O: atwnpdnd k
rum, a Yr 0- 1 hI up with the aforNementioned sluler, with him all night long over the action height reach, biep to DAVID: even
1Chc 0-123 o2 Kinder closed u o~ in t to mention ed n k, mr of one of those big diesel en- age) except the dimension i his RETREADS
Oeg SItThe defeat was.anaCi.Edde Mathews and Ted Williams. gines until he got there at 8 o'- tnghs. Marciano's chief criti- give now tire sfety.











ttbrg ..c .orgh, LOPALt (4-7) nd i Banks ha the large hands and lock in thelet morning.. At 2:30 cam of Moorse: thin it's sllyA P
raw.a 1 .... l. 0 mer. .-. ilevereda i lfn rn ied of the u- hat afternoon, stil without ay for tweek- rao etravagabout ow
atsi o ........4. 29), nd and T .kMarti, Howell (4-1) rai teyeo rm Wd -. er r. Ain in m her retu m m first workout or h'sgoing to lick. omer n champ. .Ev- .
B sandLolla. ie......... b es (le.l g t.Lres wh .1w wruy hd ad Charley Goldman to l ook oryooy takes it for gra antd lat'sI
1-Wl..win thee~.oka ns wft m over." wnat you're in there for." is
bw b m i O a The champ put on a pair o iiihim ,ignt on television, but I un,
C l0001Cleveland 000002-4 12 0 ga aotrth with sog nied e explosive wrisets, T amu o ame otelerys un- HI
Phi 10O10G83-5 19 0aSchmitz, Stone, Abernathy (2- o~tipig t; t ijI qeteg r hUN hu at the last 5plhtsSr slas, grabbed a towline a'deslpll he's taevryintelligent
-7iUN 4 and Io sw ..omed across the lake..TraIfellow worlds his business and. .
ro sS.le- y wa )d ourtn. Mn arwn.3 ,w U a. s iich. I or Godman had palp, it.atitons. h toghs." .5,0

U ..k- ..... S the. boat4 o aFir--- st.. time ionship career ..even knockL work Is don .
eD tha oebawea s e ever made like an aquabatjmg- oft a Couple days in early Au- 2. Same high-quality tri
a week as t s runa- Acapulco, Hex., asmonth gust for his sister'smarriae. new tr is rul
CI .all iBesse wh as i fy Woa who visit him in style Franny 3. Scientific control of
a',,-;,,, la u "b.' Okan 3-5 as a light-heavy tain-to reach and Barbara Ge-aler simply ho.p ass'Ure toughness an
.IW5J() ACIVE LICADEIWI sutotvuntil Made Na5 h it or exceeds the heavyweight Pa., and and at thec h.mp's 4 Final Inspection
m t heNo. in te hith. -r mountain-top cottage.
610ntWarrem Spaln citebd a five-ass uressafety
4 -t. 13 a B to ima riletire' B v, Is taking the couch treat-
To gane ohe.ury ever t avs he gh Ment to soothe has worried mind.,.tire coats.
LoZbw: ... a-it in 4 A spat with one of his coaches,
fte0.41avpn ..... 4456447 .5re 12 hee-Wt ., k is suppog5 to e tbbehind the en. FUSTO NE U
A-Mbrni-188 skein.4"- 17%6 fanto milwo force Inactivity of a top slight
ered Masths New YorB Gions young pitcher hailed as a coming
honad out a s4deaidou over the I'.?'tANUiARLDN gr e olat year ago.. .Arounu
11ear. ox you: hear8thatTel. 3-4663
amoud 28 6.6 p6 st. Lsois Cardinals, Don Liddle @Wrht for NRA eryke Minnie Minoso is Still a mite gun


38573311910616 SWAMI On(11- 2 7 0 4 2 le l Ai*. The shotstop geIsIn hisperk up...Atleast that's CHrI'RZ Aals
ftVasilt1;47natbowPxkris caught hi at.
pt b ga) i-d, the lt1o fielder" s the ball on I
Dok 33 C. Hm-er. bM*er, YOU'v Roy Phil. headed back to tShee V 'du Thackee n rdio extravaganza,
30 mer. deliere ks rlly runner returns to second baseMonitor... Former Open champ
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namsed MMiss UA. last t ni4t ly esiped another contro- l
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-sote W n iveGtors saw the f Yla wsa teWf pa lgthe iwa o man wka m ath on i n g i Fe.
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stars in Htheir eyes and drms othe r Bunderat top a a 2 U' e as mal plal e h er t e P r 1 b h i
da future In the movies. h ao ad ed. fls hin twr 3 'roe --te1e 11







s' Tf.i til awn d onherblond rlnhs wrich was so r t he d ntors lt r e nedom t po Peron. ... sad b th 1rns PueN d od -he rt a S *
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tm ods fe the samled is Rlso 38-me1ber wLa U*Ln th 'eo r hA CY J ... "Of1en, be. mtrators .. .. t hr oa ed e I
No aa thSeden ando en rue- W1u1I "lI propou ofiUYr o DSo Rd h r T dos gt r A ,dtb1
Blond Carlene hn ade rt heshrugged era b the eretatc be in ur mb E Lchon tc o I n d
b :_ackstage diuO ve er w Th udt Ledic re into o GrcvnOf.us trat s o t A



she should have wsonh and admit- eNfl ,7rsi a ny. July'2oreettrln to ron T he 22 lad er
ted she hadnt' expected to win, (UP)-T'thei atos de am m ar BtO m-F rm mSrmn m aPt i
.either. he erd He u anmou ey t istoB. The I ReOSI July 22 (UP s eechea demPd a reipea o ve s ota een thet u by Peron would be acieev. .

Cadrlene In .tall.,Wse de ; d Tgave its final approval to ths on A eepful of Nationalists fiI state of intaernalO war which fredo a ate o ats rhe
day nIsht walked away withnon ation e first two. rearmament on a mall roup of de aonstra- gives Peron spial diattorial In a Celinic o early this month, reslgne-
is MaS. title and the right to laws cle aring the w ar their tori deandl freedom of the powers rPeroo promised .give A t hhueber neoftfl party and ad r


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M Unis e tsemifiadS Dsooty J fede C r president rman o ta st ae tite whup he will la th l o
rhlm in t worliss dUthe moatr h 0 laws permit the callup of man was killed. among *ei wn WOW.-, 0 trUCe.To 14 a


f.d I malr theo ameo 0 volunteers and et a The gun play occurred after Followin the assembly, about Ben it president Pen the ors Ca_. Thel ay
f atou in bthe mot orledn- Bl e r nlmber1sle to g el n 'o.mico f the. d e .onstrators held aen.as 100 Radicals b egan marching In ber of putle, n e
to Judgehlproposed officers sefibly in a building-of the Had- the streets. They didn't tl i far AsqmAupc&IN, cle on-tthe aad of tf t cc


ut. ~ in he rank of colonel and above.ea Party, wi hoppos s Pr. b the a wer e attacked l eA m on t p n the Chamber.and a e
A a s yea rs. no sooner' The Sundesrat need ac-l dAit JuanD. bPeron's govern- Nation as smallrpolitical Rear 4mo.Albe* Teisa rme.hIn Euch rongTeIrss -n'nTIC'


Asiasth ye arsn. i 1a e (UP) P ogrentongr oup, thatgr ase es ti nd crssI- a the 3v n he Fra i Carinal Spn1 el e- o l are ethrBd
was Miss Johnson's pearl-stpd- tion on A Pa r n f the met.o




dd crown sittin on her blond volunte ers wiich was submitted The demonstrators listened to yOt h at aied earr has been sup padeo ncigapres coergotieneptc






ro narett d ldn't wn ,rue No r vn .ppendx ed resuons overalg a UneNons, may Atl be Van atops ot each uri C nr -s---Ro-eJ- e
r A wa he a o r -. by the ge ment late to t ship woe e tour or-
bin. boakerops Famlxt -o foeea fr --hrn Aoi s Te 14 T -ion Phra F C raln.Cm BO-E Cath w tics,





tastafts began to chatter about be passed o unless e the Houseavt A ie to rs the uo s etr-Iy bhdave he rg h erae aoptes d o Po C T m n i
i he docison while cluster be. d tunanimous ly to do sot The family doct or a es Air Gripes over. H-telins othe. Nfr thine ona t
i .the ia andtscenery ordinance will be reconsfio um adered gaP e surgeob" se 'pt co. edao. .. I O E anE ataenY r-i gaeet or md tdc atee l
backstage t the Long Beach an t a special session within the- om ue n e --- wa-oti (UP)-Pllgn uims tolt. l3th inO, be d ine n-b tan reo~ebet i n t
tunic rium next two weeks. tic tha-*thudrol!ie!-teptin irnuy!ora BEucharistic Congreso.at..,f a
|paI thouglal my chances| r o t Ar ate ti clase io e towpr- c h~,-h O e o
were nothin too.". rmiss John- l toeer mad ni tanoi Ac teonuhe enleaureo oerraia th hrsaer seasmayl thon o arl bo
IOakuVmeR e lthe a 20,000,000 Catholics an"& Fliep! JerfrS gMotC


S. t shall feel the ,ame way sto ANSAS r Y, Mo.J uly 22- Theor articleWi ne dcontinued:lhd "Often, Aes poian yin. erin T Ste iba tueas
B'sh e a intrigee vnoexed it c hieng" f n o side the ranks of the American by the dramatic aura which our- e WIndo procession tonight climaxes th e At midnight, allowingg the vaen To rn s -c t he

OBac stMaged inre trhevex e des 1 .Medical Asan. blazed in the rounds surgery. The surgeon en- e ea e m.. the ie cerdow- ,ordll lomade frm
S Msoer th e recireion.WitnFioOr TeEa wf nw u ,t em when r geqdr too hT l.w em lnery doo lojosag reatterhie nsillAntis- I st he ot e athevent of heo.F arr cP l r ithrb, m s
poer h decaidlen e uwisrum.. tttioners made public an AMA consequently chargemove for Far Eao pirogsrm "Waymof theGross'ft cereony, sin.of Peiping.


Aiss Delawae. Heenen toda h e e ATUrDA, JULYlpra- s reater prese andpdma eurerhentehTper r o. tac o w ic lma












e gble, cfetlerates its 15th gage InH regularly schedule con- hiBBher^^^^H|^^^^^^^^^^^jMB^Bil fee ws norvce tenheh slms dnm entesoOten nadntabsh oef Naw Yote wstil. balndti. ocaw Anw.j
Smemkie P thde b flatly. "I think NW ORK c Julyate22 (UP) report which cancludeid that sr his services. te eeteeao2re -(UP)bo re a,- aond in to be led by Bishop clebrates ma nfor m C 'm eia.en's.crn -
Th ir omust be wrosnmW u 'nPhilip.. Jenkins, a 57-year-,'reorpcharge their patients too T OJe rgys, aLithuanian munion Itisepetedtha t
4 94 dO-ges old man with ambitious ideas, much. People tend to for.g Vtthat'nPeipingmad today that Far nEt-rle a



Rfthhe a trn 0:11 e e the a mll doctor h ad ees doct w or Isoth a uner donl oequoti ehein oud ingR oedCnh em -m
S of the in are unhap i made Wall Streeth history e yes- pparores fu eatoew sCehaiengh aIn0n A Sania, Cr bae mae0 nts ar eisim t c
th the choice and they've t rdy. He became the fIrt The general practitionersaid hea ctor t tes t bsh i The p re sse de ea l on ll
idso in pretty-blunt and t Negro ever to head his own 'surgeonis'fees were too high and responsibility for overall medi- United 1:30U Nations, may still lietrals-stofArefugees m making ayerhm r Sh in
tirms" was tohe sad admissions brokerage firm. out of proportion lf ees ont n"e u atthe G eneva ieo uton-u aCongress S n nuare. E e a s e
ms Mas chu tts Alyea eSpecial Markets, h Inc.,-d ofahTpened medicalcfcare.a.ference.TgeFo ssesac will bre s sent O P tltheoae
i t t ecis ion.evdrlrd leditsd ra onrdus emmAccording to the general orac- 14 nations where Catholicism Is CAlO orW anw in i Jul
t o. blocks from Walt Street, hea rt e report was made public In tice doctors, the subject of t tur- In a broadcast eardhere, Oppressed:s e a an
h ~ef rign beautiesdi of m the nation' finan ial cen- the ',amily d doctors' monthly gical fees was so hot n under- dio Peiping quoted a New C o e r."y I i untal (. e I
S d n r. It has a mixed ard of journal, out late because cover controversy at the AMA News Agency correspondent i e i ms to
n o m anges reN oDa ;directors and staff. of a drpute over Including the convention las month in June Geneva as reporting the atmos- arl,-China, Yugoslavia, Hu ne a i
a;ohn Je o i W0 W ierotl rpco rotchereoal o article.e that the board of trusstees re here there has remained cor- ary,, Lithuania, Es toniapnd SAIGONih n J- on
an, i ria ydoctorn fre-fused to make public a report dial throughout the tal aCcoslovaklae
mn UI tno! n g. l d ..denied. surgical privieng- compled by a family doctor Added: Latvia and lNorthVietnam.s na to. ,S m h, --
sabcredncoAMAhhtenett of tie-e r -esi,"z.th oft oeur M e t ao n o We
ly' the cnul tiom o- Pmrpand other "so14t dmerj t nctsadrtA


r 3as0 omtoldis .. I. geandasecity othlt n -Stor a mtoocsd.
toalnInthero r ati The &lwSer
Of mt sS & S aneo to i. !,,.k ., ,.roes andpprhap e anambl dance, the that copies of the report be rn-/ on outsede ieorns oe ry
by7 o nesto ro p ds in' the doctor must turneo i patient mailed to e.eydelegateg' the RepublIcn.theU
I ii line." he said. ovr to surgeon who then article sadmhh(SovietPrem ir)rulga i h Brisgys text of the note.reported! s the cs wif, a

Oi wee -mal charges tht1to20n-arniesbeene- l ot oPremierNgooDinhDEi in me o
6a rmVs I c s nVanomnterounon rsthe IiN
m isd M iss MewMexoanedtesueoofFirMonday at A a:30d .m.I n the Santa d haln-
ernm wSa .-. .A.URDA. JULY 23sed-AMA-- -- ttenet, fe mpt "ea pof the four p3we
Ss ore pchg ILO Btteihrewan o at r e Of.()--The 15upogeeYhe't sta. Sal Arnjy
I. tu: tt ..:1 a.. 1-m--olyrie te octr adf..io-budwth evrsetinsoutidWth.furnoits u.etwastlkswee chato-
C' 2' W*1 b Sr aiceds, thes ate e ny thousans of -1o .o classes.wi fo eherw ithe. tWn- em SaLvtci.-yhy illf bold


the most violent canvas
of love and adventure.
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WORm IN THE COUOzAL raft shop run by Sa.cil Service s t"la14-foot outboarid
runab t built five months at a cost of $150 by Vernon Dunell (eft), clvillan employee ot
the USARCARIBZ Engineers at Coromual. Center and rignt are Pete Monaco and Sf8c. L. J. Ivey,.
ereft shop supervisor.
The 11 USAROARIS service, tlions, many golf and. baseball fr I fW lits in the fiem
clubs, with tte andances facilities, four mlathly transit. wn year had 72,000 -ew
last year, provide thb troops of of the Panama Gnat and over i.im
this cOUmmand with a program 600 annual deep ga flying e-x-
wfllt includes dances, tours, 1i- '1peditions on Army craft. t sports program aa-
so lier shows, contests, I "the ladividual an4
on and sports,. I The12 libraries in the com- aat comanll .
mand fill the need of those in- v
USARCARIB shutter-bugs have terested in literatuM and last program in-
nine photo-labs at .their dspos- year thS Seven Pnagaaian una bisball. bx.
I iam.en eetiin crafts its alone h a trculkation of O'wlm
Alwep work 30 7 elumesim
-4l OrI, c amIc MoU pictU apn be seen in -.
.od hu at 11 cra sh 14 teAM t the con-
farW" OL. JuDAvig(left), Criben liat endsmaR&4oej m ifador~
an4 14youtdooraac-mM ...L4 t i'
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