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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00812
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S- m Vietnam gf wi m th -plo t
t I no I M used If sad scnida ROME, July 23 (UP).- New
,w 04bo tade ppils in too ctilan am-. York Govemor Averil Barritan |
\to 2 dt- t dark- ..-.e howmer, munlu of the Canal Zone nxt warned the West today to keep
*ew eanBea ser Bg ielec- wek. up Its guard at Geneva to avoid h l
SPre Dies had tin- ,.tis witt uata as falling for "the same patter" he
dertskiD repay BT Americans men as th thousands of A doctor from one of the hoa- heard in Moscow three decades
. Ill^ H^ f ior ,aeriloMsin eare terror- lIemal.y- ert-.lb--- ofr w pitals will be assigned to each ago. -- --- .
a t active, saan dow to leave team, which will be composed At a preis conference here,
INS dered a amulane COmammat s*ta33. The also of nurses and members of Harriman, tiermer wartime am- GENEVA, July 23 (UP)-- Th Big Fetr
v"Y" stiatles of the latest vto- sures saDiem will reply to the Red Crosa Gray Ladies' or- bassadr to Rusit and a veteran f on hour 5 mi in a
lJnee, and ordered pollee *a ti mote "ra sad fare- ganieaton. The latter have vo- of dealings with the Soviet, said mt.tone Ur 5
army patrols to hunt #Own the 1W' but w eeuokndileon luteered to asgsit by handling "the same old patter comes out to NOve th Genevagonferece todpy and
The lat-t treble followed the Dim's ent of qun a certain familiar rin which I hno fternI
riot vwblch started last Wednes- "act, no conatent wI the The oculation program be ecallro pfvous with still IIi tight..
day whiew C m a tob ked and truth in st gion onesa y the Duss.
Burned t e- t election neeo was smned to the aboa leveltalhave always O Wstert dgae sd t b
f...... ,said h f te odro~me m wnhbaf ,a resuTts of the ssion wer ;I g

e M- could not be carried so be duty at te medical Clinict, rs. s
Um iitrto Lu long a tho no 8 Itherm a rom S to 11 in the morn- Harriman sa id he was pleased
Sr- at President isenhower had..
a* r.-- tl id t .. pters. tert. pt o asked soviet Premier Nikolia hon press officers, though present in the
-. ~ A enlnl flia Cs^i! ; Wnwpw. fTAtlant ac Usfl saidrwasibuteactly ithe sami tw t irstvitieana
ruis n UTl E' ayso" on. bringpro K._t.hNRe nP PrSchoolohmrom "- o M'"Bulanin.'s reply," Harriman concluio. a. *,
io uen H uH 9t Z ?P ss t ama bt the o Nsa to whi their chiefs met, ge no brie
,oroe .. I .HUH B e su. b ftr I an ... topo-t ll .m.,1 'i.o .Id ...... ... .. IIt wap th first t itch sct- fids t
0 s weasecond grade pupils in the La- ago In 1926 Bulganln said hat conference.
HbyulTnseneVes tin American schools begins this Ia matter for the party and
WASHINGTON, July 23 (UP)-Cordell Hull, Tnne- VATICAN 23(Up) ednesday, with teams at the I not within the respolbilities The four foreign minist%.
ee-born der tatesman who rose from a log cabin to be Abroadcast by ommunist Vatican os disclosed yter a nd Paralso schools be- of ent. who, deadlock had eenb-
secoretary er tate than any rother Am erican, de Radio iolVetminh yeser day Pod Plus U Is receiving i-R at. p.m. The team at Cn Soviet vernment must mitted to the heads of Wi
eretary of sate longer than any other Amorlwan, died handed the South Vietnam gov trery traents for a an Cru school will be- tl rspo f or the activi. Ment for ng uta
tdqy t Botheida naval hospital. He wa.i6 83 Oct. 2. Diem nam ts r matic p is riai nistdaThe Petals olM a- mi it arty:d tithe pretextftMal
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velt's cabIst SSe1 S tUa of
state on Mar h 4'.13 s
Is resieg Smw 27. Wa it*
er siing In the 0o. cabinet
Wpt through near 12 troule-
pet 7era of Ameiean history
Include most-4 Orld war lI.
M arch Of, aIM.- fta-l alU-
wife died numeetidiy_ on/
Marsh 25. 1,54.Heir. pNaesi/
was gnrat uhohk to lul,.Who
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at the taae ma w able to
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openaogs for I1 towl '. lso."-
tie operatol -to be.
lg the regular lokt, 1_U
i xt year, are presently. avalUl-
it the Papama 05351 s*ro-
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BuS final llh a yquyt -
at wea ble read. listen to
the radl adnd w teh television
almost to the qmd. Thue felt
natei of his cond ui might have
increase the stain on the aged
But they had not expected him
to recover despite several previ-
ous unexpected recoveries by the
wh Tenmesean.
Hulsa itlvltls were further
culled last July when he o-t.
feared a light st lOke t the ho.-
pltl .- ,
at te neatmv oree kept
flghtfg.toeU to ae is
Ifamle. lHe anomm w -l
I to4 n d.-Hli ark d eal-
wIXZ m Z1ed 1 Xe Ne1
I ulBt l ooe ..:o
' =-a of state John Foster
Dilues wa one ot'the first out-
Idedsits learn of HuU's faullingt
thIat l ws no-nger aIle to
recwvimsitors at the hospital.
DuIei .bad wanted to drop In
&aSdt- tells on that date-the
f rary of his first talk

Utitiels, pjoliticlans -and
ind was sharp untU near
I and his counsel was oft-
en world affairs during
Igobo QcAld War period.
never bd from hisj
Sbelie O peae was
! oely Jf ustism tore

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The "ainbow City Owafe
treatment plant, which 0
key unit of the jewer system on
the Atlantic ide and Is design-
ed to serve Mt. Hope, Margarta
and Rainbow City, was complet-
ed recently and was put Into full
operation Thursday afternoon.
The system was built by the
firm of John V. Carter.and John
V. Carter Jr. of Panama City at
a cost of approximately $160,000.
The now plant is located on
the outskirts of Rainbow, City.
and Is the latest type. It con-
slats of eomminutors, Imhoff-
Ssedimentation tanks ad
hloxinators. After beini pre-
cessed by the plant, the effluent
is taken to a diffuser section at
the mouth of the Folks River
through 1,400 feet of marine out-
The construction marks the
completion of the ImprOved sew-
age disposal plan for the Atlan-
tie side. A new sewage collect
-and outfall was built recently'by
'Garter In Gatun.
A Sadillr system as that used
at Rainbow City is already In use,

ataIalons on the Atlatic side.

-Science Advances
JW O *BAN8, July 23 (UP)
-- A cities Committee Is eon-
dderin tht posibilty of ster,
ilMing mae mosquitos as a
means of ending periodic Inva-
dons of the Creecint City by the
salt water tests.
The coutnitte is anlso wonder-
ing how to set the money for
such a project.

Cst! -G. G dOewi,
,gCel sis r, Fait
The surcyess did 'se ka plio in& t pritoJl
e rrylng out hie s Cl Lae r to
nmry. o Ai r Ffo Bae Dispenaory w
be yiven at 1 Tuesdsy aternoo
Ne.was busy ysserd e *p those at Coco Sl ado Nv
S as addr ess to .m A- tir Station D nsa will be
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g -rm- in -ila de Jineiro. ValU. at on Tueday.
can source said he also was .- It was announced Friday at
w being tIe Get evha conference the Zone Health Director's
closely. o01 O e that children who re-
The sources said ceed their tit Balk anti-
Ter soeo said t *e pain aspolio inocu7arion prior to July
not ever* but the GaIeasla.Lisi 5 may report to the proper
wanted to complete the treat- station next week to receive
mmtn e ba.beeuse of the dit- their second vaccinations.
cult of m g the hs avy infra- In this connection, it was n-
red ray equmlent to the summer nounced that the health diret-
saidenees. tor has already received a re-
The wsures said the Pqpe's quest from the National Foul-
der l o is quite good. dation for Infantile Paralysis to
re has been no recurreeC of cable the Canal Zone require-
fie garitdd mnd hernia that re- ments for the second shots as
suited inas precarIoua s-cdi- soon as the Initial program has
tion last DeemSer. been completed so that suf-
_-__._-_ "_.--_ fl-lent vaccine can be forward-
cid, b IS Itis presently planned to give
N.wCla- four weeks lfter the first in-
**W (ilnassthe ulseconshotsdmiwithintored. e-
rt alJfs of this phase of the pro-
gram will be announced later.
A cwrse in Spanish for ng-" It i presently expected that
lshapain persons i bei more than 200 first and second
offered at u gtlersity of Pan- aders are eligible for inocola-
sma beginning Aug. 1 through n on. The school census showed
Sept. at the close of the last school
. our classes will be conducted year that there were 1788 chil-
Monay thp gh Thursday dr in the United Stat
alghts for people working during schools and 7 in the Latin
the da American schools attending first
Begtinnu' class will be given and second grades.
from 5:30 to 4:SO and advanced
from 6:30 to 7:30. Mny of those In the U. 8.
Reogls%*on i open from 9 citizen group were inoculated
am. to noon and from 3 tb 6p.m. under the program for admin-
daily at eeretary's Offiein istering Salk vaccine to those
the main university building. goin to the States on vacation
r, /this summer.
SALOA TIDES Details of the inoculation pro-
UMDAY, JULY 24 gram were announced this week
HIGH LOW and parents have been urged to
7:t6 U. 0:55 s.m. cooperate fully by complyIng
h .--p... -.1:23 p.m. with the intntlons Issued.

at her begin the
iful of the lot .
i so the previous
he Judges wrangled
Ime over the ques-
ia the title to Miri-
n of South' CarplU-
i Rocha of BraiL.
O ted so suddenly
keece didn't have
I"k why
dtt, Carene IQMg
r Mise UB.SJA., At
ze1rs were caned

m left, to the

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appearance and poise, they
wite their verdict and two
minutes later backstage the
ribbon reading "Miss Universe"
w being placed over the Swed-
la pirl's shoulder.
- a few minutes ago. she
warlslbly saken.
so were the others, .au
abs-bfound by the magnitude of
b ent an4. a realize that
Otw moment the eyes o. mll-
ow the world over were upon
%S e Mribel Arrieta of II
APfeoder choasm second run-
rW- V had ears streami f
As her cheas Wthken she

N co its so small. N o
fso happy. I havIe
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FrBid toio hN50 Id4 I e-
tered by Chain Singh f* the
purchase and 4qmoUtltq of a
group of 13 out 2 31 oldt'anal
Zone buildings located in vari-i
ous communities in th-Zone'
and for the ale and removal of
the steam plant squipmebt of
the Tivoli Guest House.
Bids on the project, which
were opened Friday morning In
the Balboa Heights Admibstra-
tion Building, were received
from si local contractors
Chain Singh wa apparent
high on fire of the nine temn
included In the invitation. pare-
des and Compay with a tump
sum bid of $2.402, was apparent
high on two Items which Includ-
ed five houses in La Boo. T. J.
Butler entered a high bid of $1,-
504 for the purchase and demoll.
tion of two houses located In
Rainbow City and Deposlto LaWi
was high with $140 for the our-
chase of House 408 on TIvoll
Avenue in Ancon.
Other contractors entering of-
fers were Rosario Company, and
A. L. Livingston.
Included among the houses to
be sold and demolished Is House
No. 105, an old landmark locAted
on Heights Road in Balboa.
Built in I07 and moved to its
present location near the Ad-
ministration Buildin in 1014, it
has served as official quarters
for a number of Panama Canal
department heads.
The steam plant equipment of
the Tivoll Guest House, which
was replaced last year by, ele-ic-
trical equipment, includes two
locomotive type boilers, a W,
gallon fuel tank, a smoke stack
and other miscellaneous equip-


pSee, and- .pfft aecil a
James Ha3ery sa r later, j
believe encoungtlg progreWa
been msae this morning. ff
cult problems alway remain sn-
uea had failed to., reply
-ffiffirda to Psreent evmn-
, P.toe d M ebalUage to w13
i' as ouesIn the tm er e
peace, and hed ar In ole inC e
new proposal to tear down se
lsn Curtain against. ideals
travel and trade.
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bula-
nin and his delegation will hfen
what probably will be their last
conference opportunity to re-
spond t&is afternoon.
Official t mornins meeot-
ing wa to receive Utbr twli
postpon- rort of the Big rPor
foreign ministers on their eff

tis afternoon's meeting will
offer the Soviets an oppott
for any last minute surprise
proposal answering or counter-
1ng the President's proposals for
President Elsenhower led It
ym dsy's sumait mnea by
S t neesssity for a bet.
ter fl of ideas, news and
peoples to Improve East-Wet
He proposed a three-step
1l "To lower the barriers whilh
now impede the flow of Intor-
maon ad Ideas between our
two peoples."
2i. Tolower the barriers which
now Impede the opportunities of
people to travel anywhere tn the
world for peaceful, friendly pur-
poses, so that all willU have a
chance to know each other fae
to face.

3. to mateb io"
will encouan thee
peaceful goom th.u

The PreatMeat a0
*eeme pareo the
re' e" ee
travel a ai l
that they
we said the
new offered a-i
break down

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This beach community had The oth
almost as any favorites as Argentin
there were'girls left in the run- Belgium. 1
ning for the top honor is the Mis ra
fourth annual contest that has re a ima.
been a weeon holiday here. reen Hin
Both a the neria, Margaret
and Asias were represta by lym
their to beauties tn the -m6l- Ou eml=
finalss" girls ranged from MoaneI 1
te No c charm -at is s. ra P
den to te t d f SB. Jaae. mm
Argentina and ta AtU fair-
ness of Ct 23 nd
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sented by g
mont, wbotasheen fnthe Miss
ranks of do estiaMe test ty,. was
winners to gpemWt beiFeoun- trophy
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Sa "Batisfied" of Coco Solito.
"In the past, the typical letter of rebuff to a letter about Coco
Solito has been one big conglomeration of personal insults bear-
illfto relation tu the original text of the first letter. Let us
treat this subject with'a bit of logic since logic is sanity.
Firstly, whether anyone sprays roaches, writes on walls, wets
beds, cleans gtea pat refrigerators, drops papers and refuse, or
anything else. bears absolutely no relation to the inherent faults
f Cocon Slito that the complainants' letters infer. These are as,


follows: 7 -Th gave the lmression thai
anything previous was really gal-
1. Coco Solito was built over ten- years ago with the Idea ley slave stuff, with industry car-
that it was temporary construction to last but ten years. ing little for the workers' welfare,
2o. Coco solito was constructed in a former mangrove The fact is that American busi'
swamp, on top of fill that was never properly settled. As a re- nessmen have been paying some
sult the houses have now settled in the fill. Many people walk $33,000,000,000ooo (billion) for work.
up or down hill to get to breakfast or bed. (And did you ever era' welfare-"fringes," we long-
try to bake a cake in a lopsided oven)., hairs call it virtually all o
I which have been gotten by unions
3. The near 90 ten or twelve-family houses, constructed 30 without major strikes.
f qt apart on a parallel with the streets, and 50 feet apart per-
dlcular to the streets (10 feet of the latter is taken up byl Most of these welfare fringes
these lines), give little areL for the tenants to move around in, are for time not worked. The big-
ch less a place for the numerous active children to have any gest item is vacation pay for hour.
tion (one of the biggest fault of Coco Solito). -y and weekly workers. There is
This crowded-house situation, along with the two beaver- I "travel time," pay for round trips
nailed threeand and a halt nchqs apart, which separate the daily from the workers home to
or twelve -apartments in each buildlog, Is hardly conducive the factty, pier or mine.
a reasonable noise level or any kind of personal family privacy.
on outside lines and have to be hung in the car ports. Cars workers on ther.birthdays (in"
have to be parked in the car ports. The law of impenetra- Chicago Electrical Union Local
Ity causes this situation to be impossible. 1031 with 7 members, and i
auses- a San Francisco garae employees
Moat of the time during this season the clothes have to'be union). There. arepaid lunch
out overnight leaving ample opportunity for the numerous hours, paid cofee .aks, paid
htvultures roaming about to walk away with any desirable ury and paid time rt-
of clothing. .rg. There are paid rest periods.
Thi hlevery 1s not the only type. Numerous cars have been It is athat this pa for
laed of their entire insides. some oat of time offespean for
ful f..ly half of the money spent by
Police protection against this is nil, except for an hourly industry on fringes and welfare.
Sb-by of the Coco Solo Roving Patrol who through no fault of .... w.
own has too much area to cover. This willowbe alr jacked up
These are not all, but are the most Important factors in this by the following mente m-
Sabout Coco lito. the Ford-GM supplemental uem-
The U.S. Government is certainly capable of better things. ent insurance payments; 2)
With these absolute facts in mind, I can not understand how increase ontractual 3) Theed
tisfied" can be satisfied. a uaS gedwcontractsk wee this
atnal guaranteed work wee this
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Telling Timr

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17prt Dgide entrance ecr
Ii Tte's supervr
37 Copes poll ll

10 M-asur, Uas

I eamDtwry 33 Chw meter
9 rm kin Put ing
Bp"i u" Sn5hmtS"

41 Poker states
42 Fanous
4 Theetore
44 Unudal
40 Arrow pelso
47 Sacred knage
48 leelandl

means Stas a umn cause in oun
Monday and laid off for the rest
of the week gets a full week's
pay; 4) The guaranteed day-even
N there is ony two or three hours
work, a man gets a full day's

Screen Actors Guild now is askingI
for, and probably will win, "ward-
robe maintenance" for actors-the
money to be paid by the studio%
The St. Louis Funeral Drivers-,
members of the Teamsters Union,
-have a guaranteed annual wageI
and a clause requiring the com-
panies to furnish uniforms. I

There are pension plans which
cost industry over S.,,000,000 ae
year. The auto Industry fund alone
hit m.00,0 last year, long be-
fore the Reuther Ford GM pact
gave the American language a
new word, GAW.
Labor pacts in which the indus-
try takes over the welfare fune.
tons of the state and the unions
are really nothing new. Everybody
seems to have forgotten that, back
in 1M, John Lewls was the first
with a major welfare fund. He won
agreement from the coal operators
ofa nickel a ton into a special
That's a mighty big nickel now-
exactly 4 cents a ton is what the
coal mine owners are paying.
Since 147, the coal industry has
paid $ ,634,100 into the miners'
lfare fund.That' s the latest
available figure, as of May 10,
Iop, By this time the total is ml.-
lions more, swiftly reaching to-
ward the mark of three quarters
of. a billion dollars, alone, in one
And most of it is paid out to
the miners annually. Last May 10,
this fund had only *s,5SM,95WO6 In
it-and all under the capitalism
whilb apprs to annoy our props-
gamna experts.
This capitalism is paying an av-
erage of over ST79 per worker I
weltere protection each year. This
runs from $8 a week to $1.40 in
some industries-per worker. In
some instances, these welfare pay.
meats total 3N percent of payroll-
and soon will be up to o percent.
Fully a fourth of all wages.
Add this to the fact that the'
American worker is getting an all-
time record high wage, espe.lay
in the fatorlqa, and that th-has
mueb as 10 times the peas
power of any British, lmo Sd
Italian workers.
What an we apologizing for?

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By iiVT 3IC136I3
Almost" daily _Owz.dnL"
propaganda macint
waves and. fl s the
with a ts .
fact hth e U.S. is a "c Epital.
1et"' ngo. .* 5.MU
Weird as this seems, ft Is us-
peclally B on the labor propa-
gamnda frt-on whit c WaWhing.
ton speide milltas of dollar u-
nuily. Tlo i s-um 44o .4a
very triE l t y w d

effect, tat they can stop lading
their breath now because the CW
Auto Unlwa. Ford GEM:,gr a
really the beginning of a at
from this dreaded, thing cbe a
American capitalism.
Toea rwadexetfldd

Washington News Notebook

Shorts Out-Vacations-Lap Lunch-- i

Orphans-Hit And Run-Hot Weather


I Lauwe -...- -... .... .. ..UU oUnAVIkna Gamr.
WASHINGTON (NEA) Sec. Saute d'Apeau, Chateau Mr- there at the time and no photo.
retary of Commerce Sinclair gaux 1950, Le Haricots Vert a lagrphers," reports Sen. Norris
Weeks for the second year has Francais, Le Dessert d'Annaler- Cotton (R-Me). "He did it not for
sponsored a crusade to let men saire, Maxim's Champagne, Lea show but because he sincerely
wear sport shirts to work. But he Mignardlses. wanted these ehildrenp to have a
hat drawn the line on allowing 1 he unfortunate stiffs forced to kind personal word from their
Commerce officials to wear Ber- stay in town, however, are bravely Preuldent."
muda walking shorts. carrying on. For example, at the At a Philippine embassy rece
When a Co merce official Thailand embassy a couple of at- tion on a scorehinr. afteoon w
sounded out the Secretary's office ternoons ago they laid on a late a jam of pests rubbing and bend.
on the abbreviated pants problem, la unch which include d: In g elbow s,en d toary put a
he agot a note back saying: ate de fois gras piled in the new twist on the n's favorite.
.'There will be no official ruling scooped out bask of an iced swan, expression.
on shorts, but you can be assured caviar on toast, hot meat balls in "It's not the bhAt.A the hiu-
wgarii 1t. sauce. bk l vers hat .. ,S6

divided into two camps this Num. of _htimpgul thewa in e
me on what type of vacation to Beat his for co nal t NewYo rk, ms ee
take. Nearby Rehoboth Beach, courtesy: tay eS ul led kidsfort
Irel., on the Atlantic, has always Rep. Victor Wickersham 4- theuy.Ano the store e
been one of the most popular Okla gob his new Qldsmobile leeted 'was ums yeard Bruce
spots, especially among the em- smashed up by a- hit-run driver 'tompson, on d oRep.l Kitu
basy crowd .Ari Kruithof, Dutch when it was parked near eap TSompsOMn r li.
official of the World Bank, reports itol the other evening. But rried The ngh th h ho closed, as
from there: lest a colleague or wie of aupther Keith was drivia the bey home
T member of Congress did the deed Ie noticed that, ti was very
"The menu at lunch usually con. he is spreading the word around quiet When he asked him what
sists of a thermos of Martinis and that he will not prefer charges it e trouble was, Bruce replied:
hot dogs on the beach. At night the guilty party steps up. He just "Daddy I was just wondering
you cook the fish you caught off wants the name so he can whether I eould apply for unei.
the surf. And nobody wears ties." straighten out the insurance ployment insunrne tomorrow."
Challenging Rehoboth's infor- problem. Rep. Crds Hosmer (R-Calf)
mality this year is the swank New. ke is till a soft touch when it claims that- he C rong R-e might
port, R. I., laph-up which is comes to kids. When he wps in as well appropriate momey to
attracting many of the town's big Maine a while back his car slowed grow bananas on Pike's Peak as
shots. Other night, for instance, down near an orphan's home to approve the Goosebery irrigra.
French Ambassador Maurice where some youngsters were play- tion project in Utah. "
Couve de Murville and Sen. Theo- ing in the yard. He asked the driv- Fires back Rep. Willism A.
dore Francis Green (D-RI) sat er to stop and chatted with the Dawson (R-Utah), who also knows
down to the following feed: (They kids for more than 15 minutes, the. ortace f talking food,
did not catch the fish for it. giving them the thrill of their "This typical exa ration
Cranshaw Melon,. Le Filet de lives. and it should be cal 'Apple
Sole Maxim's, Pouilly-Fuisse 152a, "There were no newspaper men sauce en Capitol Hill.'"

-,Walter Winch.er nNew York

Walter Winchd"In New York

Dames Make News: Gloria
Swanson's favorite escort abroad
is Butler Miles. He. has miles of
millions . . Those Willie Mays
calls to Mary Louise Randolph,-a
Las Vegas chorine, are a break
for A. T. & T. stockholders . .
That handsome Morrocoo twosome
was Joan Fontaine and Jack
"Shipwreck" Kelly, -the ex Mr.
Brenda Fraler ... Today's Rita
Gam Item: Producer Gant
Departmett- of Longer Life:
Never pass a school bus. One of
the kids may be driving!
'Holly-wood but I Won't: Lance
Fuller and Terry Kindell are kin-
dling . Agents trying to locate
MeiLuda Markey for Summer ptock
ran up against a family proNem.
Neither mother Joan-Bennett nor
father Walter Wanger bad any
idea where r legal was . .
Joan Crewfrs bridegroom (Al
Steele) gift her with a chichilla
playsuit. Ain't it hot enough al-
ready yet?
What a Weird World: Marilyn
Monroe's ben taking dramatic
lesson m Direo tr Lee Stras.
at Fire l and the had.
set- IJn
va Se. As ,-laI
"Sa's lhwee 'qs
plan. fW-y se oeMt ea
muchi, l An

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Much Ado A out w: 3an-
hoiAe th '

the femme- star. It's a tablespoon
of rosewater in a tall glass of ice
soda, lemon juice and sugar, and
then you're on your own.
Confidential Abroad: Peace on
the Israeli Egypt border may
come from an Unexpected source
-a coup due to break momen-
tarily to oust Nasser. Egyp 's
strong man, and restore ex-Pre-
mier Nagev. It's common knowl-
edge in Cairo that Nagev, sup-
posedly eiled to a ma town, s
aetuall -ivin n a Cairo man-
sion, drawing his old salary from
the government, with several of-
ficial caddie .at his disposal .'. .
As far as-the man on the street is
concerned it doesn't matter who's
boss, Farouk, Nagev or Nasser.
He always gets it in the neck but
the busineesmen are troubled by
Namer's pugnacity. The dictator
is not q trying to take on Israel.
but is ihng for a fight with Tur-
kly. Ta is a. swell way to com-
mit -suJlde as 'Turkey Is one of
the most mlitari powerful couan
tries on heart. asser's peeve i1
that Turkey- is the leader of the
Moslem world and he'd like to be.
Memo to Americans: The Soviet
is talking peace and co-operation
but a network of 0,000 spies and
half a slMoi active collaborators
is W0irkini de etery free coun*
try, ouars, according to a
bombanh S" .'"he Net That
Covers Me Wer," which win be
exploded by Hft August. It *
by Li H Coe ,ge a British Se.I
ct sreise agent, and strenuous
efforts n hS mdao to aide-
track it, at w it aer the
U,. Whatever deals
are aaai .il at the Ge-

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Is divertig himself with June
Baylor between ,oU-wells. Jackie
Gleason's TV director, Frank Sat-
enstein, would like to direct Fran
eegan .. Eddie Dais (I mean
the one and only dle Davis of
L & E fame) tell friends at the
spindletop and his son and name-
sake (a recent VMI zrad) will
wed tractor hires Sly Oberlin
In Sept.
Tip to Talent Scouts: Part In-
dian Judy Mason, the Latin Quar.
tet pony. She's the cutest papoose
tn town.
The Mortimer Medal: To the
Versailles ballerina, Penny Ann
Green for the funniest show biz bit
of the year-snglng "Rose O'Day"
with a glass of water in her pretty
The Crime Cartel: The or-
ganized underworld is practically
ait of strtkevel crime such as
hmWdh ae, their sale of
B -T-and oifte r cu ontat
WM Vlh sutrmers. The iaks are
too ea re is too much over-
S", enbaugh profit. and
castas estlgathos rob them
the tin their
stetivtide-. to ein.
a vemeat *of and
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with lonig formal det s Me er,' M "
buffet supper instead. Thi
permit some informal chatting ...
The chief summiteer Ike will
come to know better-the premier
of Soviet Russia-actually deent
stand at the summit. But he's an
interesting character . Nikolakl i
Bulganin was born of a well-to-o .
middle-class family and ha s
been trying to hide that fact dur
ing most hi Bolshevik life. m s
family actually paid for him to go
to school, though his official bi-
ogra bphy mentions none of these m
shocking, nonproletarian facts. .,.
Bulganin Is scholarly, cultured,
has a sense of humor, holds his The woman guet who gets
own better than his rousting su- run In her stocking or the man
period, paty bess Nikita Khrash.- guest who gets a paw print on
chev, ahd during the talks with his best suit because your dog
the Austrains, kidded Foreign Min hasn't been trained not to Jump
enter Molotov for trying to me- up on people won't be imprelpd
nopolize all the evening's toasts your explanation: *"e .mar
. Bulnn can be eloqu tt like you. He doesn't usu take
and char=msn. He will turn n the to strangers."
charm to a president also famous
for his ability to charm a political An untrained dg shouldWSt b
make out of a conressional tree. allowed to the living room with
It will be interesting to me who uesta.
outeharms whom At a MOs-
cow garden party, Bugan once
clinkedglases with diplomat a- FUTURE PLANNED
ter diplomat in the name of peace.
"Down with war," he toaS "1. PORTLAND, Me. (UP) -
as a Marshal of the Soviet Union Edward S. Hall, a, wh has
and Commanding Gendral of the a printer for 72 years, doesn't plan
Armed Forces of the Sovietto rre until he is 1t BSo ll's
Union, say down with wart" ... had to. & a new -press for his
e told how e had asked the printshop.
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only beasue B en waswam A -W
leqat teak n miglt lose toes
r l eleeti m.u,,.. Rather thatpet
. laoer party come a into oa;
rp rad bausd Eden
M ir iDppt to iWntOwerSe
ar rau s a, Dulles found is cr
M House and toala o
m od have to attend a a
coamference wbtner be
0 SrMly pt Pacro
110S, wB un d ata
il %to red, and St
ad e onfereno e ataxs.
ummniat,' lt here . i a
pbew-iniaw nd unmeratudy, MA ;
srly Bsen, a irt wanted to
br the d gentleman along.. i
mdeo eves coceived the idea of
making ir Winston special am.
bassamor presenting me Quee L
But this would have made him
outrank the Prime Minister r .
Furthermore, Winkle has become
so deaf that it's awfuuy harn to t
carry on diplomatic eonversatlioona mi
with him you have to shout... mak
s tht new Prine Minister of B g. fro
land, who had taained for years cole
under Churchill, finally decided to was
leave the old gentleman at home. w
Short and mappy-Its a safe
prediction this meeting will Zhi
lead t oa whole series of Big Four thb
conferences, somewhat the w ay ay
Roosevelt and' Churchill conferred JnlM
during the war. actually this
might be an eellet idea. For S
whe govnmet leaders know nd
they ae ge In to met each other of tAi
face to e very four to si tw
months, it's bound to ease diplO.
matic tensions . Many dl- cause
mats estimate it will-take three
long years to negotiate a real end
of the Cold War. Already the Job
United States and Russia have slav I
been negotiating for nine years a e
over a way to inspect each other's raso
atomic arms-with no luck. ...UN
That's why the most important "Chu
result that may come from this applied
meeting is the fac that top lead- les, a
ers can get to know each other.
. That's also why Ike insisted At I
on keeping his technical expert with
in the background. Quite a hassle foreign
occurred over this .in the White vored
House, and it was finally decided chang
to let the Far East and other ex- With
parts come, but" more of less sub-
rosa.I eW
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aMm.S5 at 5 *m.uS, NAVAL IATMon. iRaMAlf greed by Al .fLltetenitnt Jamtne Arnold, CAP escort of-
Sa mb 6 MS 'ba3U .. *.. P MatW..... ...... mso s.m. ficer u aonrriyI at AIbrook Alr Force Base, Canal Zone, last Con
B .*b..aN .,. .ee to' m. iet- "B "a of al .... p'm. nighl Te, cadt are A portion of the hundreds of young men If yo
Cl ,am: sturd-ay" to 1W ... ,,m ......... p.m. Z .i..UtJ -w .. a core ofnatUon takin part In the 1955 years
*.aW _IUW .* <^U yA Patera lterlatiOnal cadet excange program. go in
.ai.. -w johi eT .iSo a N -ss"""" -w 'cTh 3 Latin American cadets, which include seven cadets to an
at a l:e and 1:s1aa.. *p. w- SaS wonr .. ....':..:::"ao es-h- om Htaul,-Chijle, Pei, and Venezuela departed this
Chass at M 0 p.y t? 5 2Ao for a mo:6th tot to the United States. Civil Aei y
;.m ta. r e e United States arrived later en route
Iig ,u a ,,.19"un, AT .... 'KA ..N. S Intespatbonal Cadet Etnhanage Program which was
M so. M N p. to 6.VAL Aassaati A S"EdaY A................. A *o trest i n 1948 g 0 an effort by the Civil Air Patro to bring a-
s a-. bm BMtoapy. Memins a gw ......* n:w but international brotherhood of air-minded s uth of the
SCajw sm Cla' n s tia m. 9 6 m.a 1 thS9TATION 5*3 free world.
'. g worn ap" .:"":::..... s.oo Shown above Is ECort Officer Harry Thornberry, Peru,
S SS s r.' c tl I J' Chr -tl e .......... e O left, being greeted by Lt.' Anold. '
IH"8bDarMaim(: and a a.O suND pogrm. go In.
Sa the .a are AMmaa .................. a- Da............ Fo Inomme n& D:n
Mna Iina'" -asA-: SO`m;.,....--.oath-iReported Drops
'm Us.an! 1:6 p.....Rs.....a "4 Per rent For 1st Half 55
,ry.S..S .i -.- ea caBm, ..... s,, a.n --arne ... I: c oc (C.ambTd *e c to r *II en J t _
.auMedal e 4a0ad*t four.itAmercamed rvice for all men t Jew.

Si CamI- m. 8I ,,sm. cna** si Cr-s on .trdrdaa:3 Pm.ms) n st. Meti' reet c "llt lr : Farm Income, the one dark spot er continues, crop production is
ils ee, B..wrt a,, phtechis l fi2 1FSii'" .+' ..'. o a,. a=nmCSon *1 V4:00 to 8to a.-m. Bmtday. Chorluearist nd Heumn ,l am. CUCH Oi TB NAZARnn skiddled another 4 per cent in the est on record.
tionr&m...... as p _n Prae 6 and hurmw school M .An :o c. .. first half of 195Set the Agriculture Meanwhile, the Commodity
ae an ........... op in liv to receipts c exhaust farm p e support
Mm. pIN Week -a_ Mal: age Mon. ,apimzal p0 14orams.,ewp ......... ze:3 _.m. was reqponsible. funds by November. It asked Con
S IisFe aua' dad a aI e u..... m. The department sad farme r gre .toAereaseait y rrowmgau .
SiA &j^ S m ain: I.S t m. th 1. s"ris..y......... _: .m received 12, O0,00,00o 0 yfor crops thority from 10 to 12 billion dole d
a .... .,...... a t.. p. la-m: 30 m ua ff %6 = p thm. e A grve.Ji -pear r w C hale.p and livestock in the first six lars,
l l oa o camx.d..mmunio Tio *s" s'-'st. s monthly of this year. The deepawrt.-
SMo . mnt did not.give the actual tg- True D. Morse, undersecretary
Sunay a... ...-6 apnd rno ho.......... .:4. rp"

Adthe mCam. prosper. Te overnmet re-

FftSStFiS'a a:go GI m. ZvuaauSg Sat 7 p. servg... .. s 130phm. Torhed STtursdy aorlpr The department said farm re. .
am H t a Sme6 .... :0p tim n and personal o compare ceipt. from livestock and livestock

MIhA wLO ss- Saturda yoo 5a soimr to P s lionm of Jom .0000 a deln 4oounh. o p8is yea r a ed t $
S S SA. aam" sS3S p.m. m aS Toun Mo a m.d l s wer prices, the depart i .-.halfo .P

oly Dm 8y ^ ^ ^ m d See 1. *3 Un olds' an a S O --: a m_. nt saidn atrm output maoy a -ac h o- t--v-rged lowerand r
viwEya Lj .. ..0.. mai .D TAim AtlatlUe BrD St a new record this yeara .u p- P f- ro other meat animals.
.p.Cofas,, aaturday,*e, to pm ,nd l .J maw.."h- Buildin,-a.to. shoo u Road,. tion of livestock products is at a ,, d ..own. .. ,

*" Sf. J.. Mab1tdid not, w gi a. cvahwaM Taepfoge, GDtao 3r, or Cristdbr crear
eat= D *',- C ....... ......
G A . "l S :* 0' Oda han. 1P0 010 It crop bipes the p a firs se
r Pmto apdm.idSga [N a.m.; M- Pmelle sC e t F m y* ts arkpme up c en ri n Fer arly'.5 "e
ih_6 3atpu.a.y : MC ay m t 5: 0 sr0 am. s r Ia .. . o r e r.r
Bunl 3.. en uda. 1mMm. -16 pa W0

3oule. d P> CBtCR CmUim Or OD (reteertal) increase in receipts from sooy-
ST. O Tro AMiT cm H-Mrla (Opposue otil Wandto) mwct Paul Hollowper. Pte d T Wa na overr bean. potatoes and truck crops.
l w zfoMay. X : 730 ad *:3 am- iN. *Mersaca n of hige. Empme praod Oflttso Curundu 1tr rin ust4e, Box 5r r t G ambod

N NW ACll. = o w amec: :m aCam t rSand SurDArt IaOh dchmdu rh eichetn at erals.C. (w e. i nd aecash receliepts from farm mar-i
5k?...o.S:. .... .. .... end eve. oy A.SU .e ei r Ten. ornh' w orshp o ... 'r.... II r n .A tn

. ... 100am .yd0 N:0 6tore 8:330 *n5as CChurchal aula. isuth ad............... 0070 pmn .y re* s nd Mrs. Cherler Ha ynti). *nd ars. This 4 per cent gamir over
ant I, Pr a.y.era d .gms B S S:D t o pac aum.nc e se rthoad of 1 IS th an 6 il- montean thiw e si yeathe otld wr.

,,l0PAL_ f tC children n harolkd n amft CM-aa i lp irtmi hr eore pha rp Cent saor warnes o Jut ntl
%f 9&Qr e00 W: *_ 8Tt 8yl 0aW 6:. an I- 2d10 8m. o*Snda --=-.-- O'." :5a. dpn- ltock receiptsochie i reheus t -from icestor y

SS ... * ran Frdda so an liveaseok ....r Mtalera
oundaSy MaSe: '7 L0 ad aM a. .U D. P aI n p es on-i .e. am: 300,000,000, 6 per cent below May7
e ds n a IMv-ro atur: r to o.0mnd .rSSTihiedSepa -Mme tm salm.; mmei M ch10. a. sasr mras reost of the major items

o a 4i t .. an.d B .....ad 4 a0 .o T f"" a ..TA 30 p in*d alyor. Pd Au t fr o d oth e y heya wleres
r t I&.rt : Ftidy ay e m. s teo f........ s a eo e, ondo c t Cro p r receipts in June were 2 bll
ksmtiio :. t anda .'Med a.m .l lrd a 1o ................0":m h .r e ri1an era Cmnte r a : o t0aora( o l.0t.

SludayS No. .enas. Sd n. .erMetn..g........ p. anS a ndMme wal as a "s. n la rop rMe e ut ai th e ir o

s ign"elI. A. . .. g tundey _* a, MdJO BAsA'no u nc pMvioa yt s p1. previous moth reafleted season-
ASlATd d o AsT o oo coSmm. SL A ONi16 S T ally larger marketinCMnraeeep s of somey

Near s 750.ang 550-'m b s._ am.s S 0e fSmnal. S _s Curund 50.n. s-. g BO So- a1ss.h4 ears. O lowrin avaere
300 156U55 INS rmy Mas nd esee s:.: a 56A u 71 rcba rma. n.,s fr'Paut.umsBoe a nd Cashrecept rodMo s e tammles .ar

rL -Vnll ala ona p loOe tos a' w : + an. l~l at e*M vme 'dom ge c r....Thursa s a -ola : r a. fi sea
h es 1!1cefor TOf
e-r-y Sh day-a ho o l 14i= M r.. r Gm a nT eiII
.p." S ..e .* P 'v and> .. .. .. C-ha-"-" ..y.e... and. jSa boo s Thi.s pr cenA Bgai o
.-.aeu day and.ese. adaMyE endy meotao am. brings ob ut the Itswere
Tei--ageeClubos1IOWAm ,uMisar ke b W. meDA r o
.6 a.sl M0anad ..alZr-imredby195 bcrainsFeruseo l r ar d ver.a ge
S...-.,. 1 F .u-,ramysp D. pro lp m.r ity. CTh |- pri
J S agADA L an 3dp or ted T h ursd ayth rat ov erall p ro T h e d ep",t m e nt said f a rm.e .

wee3Ti i ,j oTg. ..'. .-- Road. -C. ,I e,.. ,!mone.oi -l n o e.. aJe rei pts fro m uvtolivestock.
.:0,l- PMm V AL a 2 -, .y. 8 m. Cos be Mt Ion Absa Rd,eadhih..
Mea o11111110 or"=27M $ e SunDay Sse chordo an Jore t andMAmItm on o s eason al ey er,
615 U~ove M19. C C7L C.M& Balbo. Iim endC.- Clt H OW If Junes ?: ah.. Wos 00i00,0v0lahty clowayera
AaM re Heat- n day 7:11 p.m.- Ad ventoisratb- f ........amentMeein. 10 0m .rea c r
h _e S cholhuse.weeom. ,. .tw Fru t
7:10.toSO DoP40 8 3m. Pr-r X-deacho0n-dand D.IA.iOsbornednJue 195. TheIncreselfrmnth
1c41,Sna gNt SMarSu.y 1: p1--Sunda= reviaewat..preiousP-"o threfectedInseason he.fir
-dayMM onda y.esAWNandr-m Meeting 0:30 Pm.en ).16,4pm...............ths wer.$4,400,0 0 fr0i

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et? Off with their heads!
t Mortimer the Merrier: Lfz
sey angeling a Bway play for
,,Pitts next Autumn (I'm not
Ia, I'm asking) Miriam
and director Fritz Lmns
e .rted.re-iteming . Tha
ec Ion with Bill Zeckendorf Jr.
en Later's Patib was model
Ny elson . Brad Dexter,
eggy Lee's ex, and Beverly
are today's mostest. Tomor.
who knows. . Barbara War.
of the film clan and Jack
Jr. are playing young love
Today's Carol Ohmart item:
Peter Gray.
tfessions of a Candid Cutle:
a go to college it takes four
to win a sheepskin. IfJ ou
show biz it takes one nght
ag a mink. I R


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Scked Thaihed River.
iha a result of remarkable
W'OWes on atomic propulsion m I
undersea craft, Thomas aaid, 8 78
are under way for nuclear- I I .
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The seawolf, bigo r, teter and 6 '
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1kutllus eQP ere last 6None AAKQtgOs4g1
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ln. esWalted 15,000 persons sOUw
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IIa ear vessels o all types. .45K74
aext July i, the United .1Both .
swill have a total of nine a Wst 1#80
tc submarines finished or 4 6 Pa swSe
the mating. Thomnas said. pa n AS Double
r that. be said, "In rapid Pass Pma "
easlon," there will be "many Opeanl teed-V A
"ft course future plans in- ,
do nuclear-oowered vessels of Please settle an argument for
r ypes." he said. ,us." rites- a &Caforuia bridge fan.
,eelopment of nuclear pro- Who I s t.lame r the pickle
on for larger naval ships is we got into accompany
I1 advanced, and the Atomic and? Is the double of four spadei
Orgy Compfnsion will soon clearly ~W nstakably for busi.
construction of a land- ne?.so is it at least partly for
prototype at its national TAEOUT?
tor testing station In Idaho., When te hand came along,
anas said. South maintained that North
e atomic abmarine's per-leouldn't Pgy have very good

pmas said. in the other suits, in which cam
t will have many roles, In- the double was as much for take-
ng mine laying, giving-ear- pnie
mirnine of atta k. laWhinWutb d five diamonds,
ed missiles and suppling a obled c ,erybody
seaplane, perhaps nuclear s ndcontinued with a low
red ones."
is L. Strauss. chairman of heart for his partner to ruff. East
.[f/1s: ..... fmt~on.returned the ace of spades, South
Atomic Epergy Commion. rufed, and West overufed. West
the prototype of the atomic now led the ace and a low dia
a'lea thlt will propel the Sea- mond
already hu operated lons -"South tried to hold it to down
h at full power to drive three, but he eventually lost a
new remt non. p 2200 heart and a trump to Westfor a
StsL Atlantfc from penalty df UMi. ,ints, tI
f:oba'. to Dver. England,* time of course was ele that
o.rSiuonAr ...e. East would have been set-one or
esxav auihx.r*ne W cbri'- two tricks at toUi pades, donen-d.
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pa Atomic energy uummI.- .Ia oft .
:; dd U*E .1 gWW North
fbe Seawolf very nearly did doesiA ebo bid or
k get christened because it pg1'5" -',
I so fast down thb heavily tj ouble' was cla '-meant
eased ways. f.f b iness. What's Atwas a TICnJ.lSH 4
Ars, Cole hit the snub-nol9d perfe tUy reasonable V ie. If trickY headl
W with a bottle of chamuagns, North wanted a takeout would the l st up
I the bottle 4id not break, bid four no-trump ilnstea dou. to Industrial
in she heaved the bottle ati blinE. cobalt Otto
Ship began to move. South was right in as that hook to ift
rhe bottle missed, AmaphlnR bis partner ba ample in into lve-ton
ut a pipe below. "UT an the side suits, but as Bauman, hean
nOBNottle, teed nearby uming that this strngt be Gelge county
t i.s mishapa, was smashed enough to support a c t for rubber compi
cIlos Beawolf when'some- eleven tricks opposite' W mis. eontafned fou
od a. string, erable hand. South wo tke the radiation as 1
bgurs before,- without double out with a ver l ng exposed to It
"bre, e keel for the third suit of his own, but was
sool submarine was Ir Id in expected to pass and accept a
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OB-"Hot" radioactive materlI k N ske t VewW
ng. Here, at Btookhaven Laboratory, U'M, NY.,
lially designed "paekeae" for use of atomic uInteial
reeh is loaded with "hot" slabs of radloative
KuhK, right. director of the lab, uses long-poed
obalt slab (arrow) trom bottom of 14-foot water-p*
cylindrical "pig" of steel and lead. Dr. I. .L
d of &. 1. Goodrich nuclear study team, checks with,
er for deadly gamma rays. When shipped to the
any'd research center at Brecksvlle, Ohio, the pig
r one-pound slabs of cobalt. They give off as much
500 gram of radium would-a fatal dose to hiftaa~.,
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The sobiers' law now goes back
to the governmet with the re-
obam-utonl for changes and
will not be takea up again unfl
the lower houst (BtUideatsg) .
convees eat falk -.
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people well and eppl."

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iare Avenue Tel.2-1W
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FOR SALE: 4-strand Retton
living reom furniture, refrigrs-
tar, tve. bedroom furniture,
good conditiLo. Two bedroom
apartment with terrace available
to bkar. Phone 3-4474. Can
ho .seo maiil 7 p.at.
FOR SALE: PmatiUilly he
G.L aruemtlle washing. mocinm
.60-csle $150. Call 2-2441.
after i p.m. .
Fok SALE: On e-ll double
bed spring with bex base. CHl
2-3413 or 3220, mpmi. Street '
FOR SALE:--Whirlp-twasilsl
machine i. excellent eh..tice
*40-ankl $90. Ca ll..An
FOR SALI: Living" eem so t,
$60; two Aight tsbcles, weedt b
and dresser $75. S0Q Street.
eost No. 5-44.
FOR SALE:-G.I. redl. 2na I -
cycle, safe 16ix 1I x couh
back with eds. dry 1" men -
any beie'r. venotha blinds.
House 059 Beelgalavillvl St.,
FOR SALE:-Deep Freae, 60-
cycle, perfect condition. Second
Street, Curundu. 83-6255.
FOR SAL.:-Phileo refrigerator,
8 cubic feet, 60-cycle, very
good condition. Priced low. Pen-
emE 3-2589.
FOR SALE: Ex14uisitely mode
blend modem dining room, bed-
room; baby chifforobo and bas-
ket, cot. folding bad. Short time
used. Call 3-2739 Panama.
FOR SALE:-6-piece Rettan M st.
radio. wardrobe now style, slid-
er, refrigerator open unit), tire
tools. Perals 103. Apt. H. Tel-
ephone 4-639.

AFOR SALE -Bambeeoo set, foaur-
TIs BAXTE, an. Iinad, three-plee seotioenal and
Sblr Move cornertable. Very sed eondi-
..3.56 1 s0ee. Phne- 549 (M.
LL.ay) frem 7 e.m. to 1:30 p.m.

/h n u Td Oil Assn5
July S (UP)-The Ol Winel
SWITH MARRIED CEIL. ers Association ot Trint-
IS AN ART TO BE dad hve split wide open over
NEDthe recommendations of a re-
dent colonial office board of In-
'.When a girl marries she starts quiry that a 10 per cent wage
ttin to learn all that she can raise be granted all aloil field
keeping house. workers in Trinidad.
n the first baby arrives she The Trinidad Leaseholda, big-
a how much ashe has to learn gest company In the Islandla, and
'child care and hang en four other companies announced
word her pediatrician says. their withdrawal from the aeso-
t! there is one great atep in elation after the latter announce.
that a woman seems to ed acceptance of the recommend.
a little preparation for. That is dationts.
widowed and alone, she Four other companies, headed
in with a married son or .-the United British 0i Fields
l ter. remained in the association.
until the day when every co. Trinidad.Leaseholds and rt
Ui has a course for older Ish Oil Fields are the only two
Son how to fit themselves companies having refining facil-
toe houshoold of a married Wies In the Island.
da every woman who Trinidad Leaseholds announce
with thatbig tep should ed its willingness to neotiat
S thiigl she can to prepare with the Oil Field Wofkers Tradi
StUnion (OWTU) bzut John Roe
For upon her ability to fit her. as. mro-Communist OWTUTPres
SiO ifto a household without cau- I.dent. flatly refused to consaldei
action depends not only her any negotiations until the corn
appiness but the happy ess paan clarifies its attitude to
I ._ie member of the mily warda the board of inquiry rec
7 ft hom she is going to make ommendatiqnas
lor home. Announcement of the associa
tion's split created deep concern
4 i Jud from the letters that in Trinidad, where the serious
m wives whose homes oil flel driote of 1937 are still re
lB en disrupted by a mother membered.
o'er-in-law, these are the
Se0ct complaints against
ae yemen.
I't give the husabad and w r G R b s
y time to be alone together Edward G. Robinson
-UP before they are n the Togethe
She is up until they go to ogthe
She wants to be in B\
isalosin, see evey TH E- VV 10
nmes to the home hear V I
word that is said ani know t "

age. She bhakes no e 4ort
e any social life of her own,.
a gives too much advice, es-
Ons matters concerning
dd its income,
seb b on the children
d bhoy the wife u nsthe

d of being cheerful, she
at m that aeto t.
awtdig togwi.
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FOR SAL.- S145rW credit on a
Chevrolet. Oldsmobil eor Bick.
Sell for 51400. Phone elbea
FOR SALE: Attention auto-
owmar: Your last cChaeo of h.
telnina brand new, factory guor-
ante 1955 Fords at lo Deal-.
ran Price lss 15% diseeunt.
Trade ins accepted, finelsing
lhi evaliable,-At Awencies Co-
me in Panma. Phone 2-4721.
Limited auto left. Also *ll kinds
of A-1 Used Care and Imnpted
Used Tires at borgoin prie.e.
German Fbrdi re eje evalleble.


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DL .CHOLL'S trained Chlrpo-
diet AlMndr. JIuro Arasem
nM.1r. 5S8. Phas 3-2217.
DO. YOU WISH Nceedsoim plnt-
ed ihst,? FlIm aeveatl kif
Peiris 4flnlaI emy sie pheaf
teab'deM .ever the 4us Bnt
I feja.. Also m ke mstte..
nl, tattoue ad buaMawewre va
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Apartments ,
ATTEILNP51. 1. JK* bulb
modermi frMhed pewseItr, I,
2 beodrdas, hot, eM.ld- wer.
Phone Poaama -494.a,
FOR R NT -'UfarbJ
firailhed 2 mmdj-sqeq-q
Phone o ." Ceato. .
FOR 11 A..rt^jje
room, m. pM
kitihas..b oom at l.
Phone 2 4-
FOR RINT.-Unfurnlshd apart-
mont, partner, diningM rei, two
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.Um.E rur U VW -UirnUis... HYAM$ ..4n MOSES, Med-a porch., era, $10- -.ll. I -Bmpe, I. n M ..
FOR SALE: 1953 MG, new Piano echnilnt Phone 2- V at, N. Obarie Stremit 2,
paint and top, excellent aibha- 4845. .. "Am 'yo iilding.i!n M WAH .ttM ,
nical condition $950. 86-4298. CastrI, AveIe B # 942 ; al-
phone 2-1616 PonomH. HOW "B
MUST.SELL: 1950 Mercury. FOR SALE pho 2-16 P a. H
Phone Navy Pacific 3771. FOR RENT: Moders part. WANTED:- Vocatlem geer
FOR SALEL--B rga i, 1948 MIiMaIe OUa mnt two pdroomprc.livilland AugusA let of Aeuust .
Buick Super Sedan with radio. maid's rmon garage. Fo fur- Wor couple. Co
Good huy for only $400. SMOOT FOR SALI--Saxopl~Hi, tnar, their information plfa call 3- WANTED: Vocation quarter
& HUNNICUTT, S. A., Colon Cbnn Whk c end rcassree. 4986 or 3.4282 Panam. aound firt, of Augut. Refer-
n dit eenc s. Fu aisthd. Cofl Blkh 2-
800. xllent senditioe. Coll 3-2476 FOR RENT: Modern unfur- *". Fr.id. Ce e 2
FOR SALE: Bargils, 195.1 Kily. nkihed screetid apartment, par- 4 *
Chevrolet business coupe. Excel- FOR SALE: Hi-Fi equipment: lor, dining rem, two bedroa. F O D NT
lent condition. good tire, point Began Dr-20 DP amplifier Re- maid's room, two baths, peorh, OR
good. only $545. Caol SMOOT y speaker nlre wth arage. $110 at El Cangllo .
& HUNNICUTT. S.A., Colon inch Triax Universityspeaker; Str # 2. Se Do Cr Ave. Roo
800. new equipment $350. Phone B # 9-42. Phone 2-1616 Pen- FOR RENT: Frnished room.
FOR SAL|:am19500Idsmobila. Kitchen privilege. Near bus- sop.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Oldsmobile. 16-3 10-. _______ j____rpteL___
hydrometic, radio, heoetrL blood FOR SALE:-- Stron box 16", FOR RENT: Modem 3-bed- 4t of July Avene. PRoe 2-
tires, make offer; davenport, $180; adding machine $0. In- room apartment, with 2 bithk- 5075.
chair $35. Fort Davis 87-428. formation at Ice Cream Parlor reims, maid's room with both-
FOR SALE:-Sealed bids ccept- rental," front of Pleloe Na- room. aro kien, lvig and
ad dFuntiS a4 P.m. Julyb ept29, 1955. ,l. ,dining room tembinotlon. Comn-
rd until 4 p.m. July 29, 1955 pe Alegm, Phone 3-4242 after
for two usd duty free 1948 FOR SALE:-Golf clibs, 6 irons, 6 p.m. Families without minor
Chevrolet 4-dooeer sedans. Seller 2 wds and putter. Good caondl- children will be given prefer-
reserves right t reject any or all lion $25. Pon 6-441. nReceve Diplomas
bids. UNION OIL COMPANY, on .Pone6.441.n .JOLIET .---(U)- ly
x 1174. Panama. Pne 2- FOR SALE:- Leaving Isthmus FOR RENT:-Unfurishod, one- and "goldbrickin public school
0771. beautiful French Provindel five- bedroom apartment. living-di. students should gven certify.
FOR SALE -1946 Cadillc. ful- piece living Men st $600; on- ig rmom, arge kitcho ,hbet we- cates of a1thbdancs rather than
V equippo nw hhttely, ood *ke" *tblos; four now olunipum ter, large perch $65. Gerrdo diplomas, the annual convention of
time, hydrantic, exceptleonlly Pfh c i; Saimons cuch Orteg Street No. 7. hone 31- the AFLIllinois State Feaeration
cleon and m dy' to go $625. emplae; double metal bed with 0422. of Teachers was told.
Phono 3-4179. No. 4 EuebU eatters; steel tables mescello. Richaad J. Brett said *idh st-m
Meeles. El Caires es ho eld i am, 'Ne POrtr S dents a a handicap t bo
,Moe. ElS-, e --- oef. Apply; Mr. Reed's sh..le. toie r M.""40

,m not. .
FOR SALE: 19l Ste4pieker sp agge entrance ri to ,

FOR SAL.- 1955 Hlilmen So R If iA.e a" ,i4.S1 rae t -
don $700. Good endln, Phene treisMlber. BriisH eIt -usto bu-lAtto ,'
Albrook 5298. lik new aeodibta, 120 w1 i.Sburne has painted 0 ment aon"a p. u.
bendawitlmls, TVI peafed, 25 lW Op diA s g the past lfeeru. "vy.1-7a m..l
FOR SALE: 1953 Mainline r 60-.cycle power supp. Tae. i Prtra te e Negnt-.s I Ao l ae-ra- s."e
Ferd Tudw. three new times phone Bebe 2-3173. p dao hisn A r n cltue - d.e aday' nd.t A "
Leaving next week, $1050. Tl in American
oepone Balkbe 2872. SH OE FIS Osuree lis, .retired restoration He recommeai grua
phom Bab DETROIT (UP) George man-ana artist fer the Mirsky GaL dren together in the sach .mn
FOR SALi- 1949 Kaiser Se- Leathers,. Wyandotte, Mich., was leries.. "on the basis of m Mti el.. it
dea, good tires, meter and trans- elected recently to the board of "My ambitioetli e says, "is to and learning ". Wichea ild
miion, recently overhauled directors of the Michigan Shoe e- leave a visual erd of .my race as in a with de
$250 or bes offer. Phone Navy tailers Assn. for tq.ywor ld. dins
3419 or see at 703-I Lecone.





FOR SALI--1946 Ford, redlo,.
Ip lieg. Bof afer. Heou
52-I. Phone 2-3080.
FQR SALE:-1952 Morris "On-
fad" Fordor Seden. low mile-
g.e, excellent' etoditlen. Best
offer ever $500. Phone Panama

WANTIED P-; rn r-type wash*-
w in exchange for Apen aut-
mati. Trasfoeingf where car-
ret current unavailable. Als
need small ga rtove. Phone 3-
Position Offered
WANTID4-C--mpetent expel-
enced bilingual beekkeeper,
preferably with experience mo-
ten picture distribution. Colum-
bia Ple ces, Aven lsmble ,
and Babara Sanwyc

and Barbara Stanwyck
r Again in

NTRAL" Theatre.
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d Xdward G. RoblamNt are oneO
picturee after the -ar lan-
in "Double emnity.
ist Pictures' ,Cna "lope '
TGle nn Ford t aor bF
Theatre, todap 14B te-
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beet C ar mi
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Florida Societies Seek End'

To University Segregation
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TALLAHASSEE, July 23 (UP)--Negro for admission to the Uni.
The Gainesvile Society of Friends versity of Florid this fill h a
and a group of religious oaani- been received by the board. "
nations at the University of Flor- He said the applicant wants to
ida has appealed for an immedi- study pre-medieme,
ate end to segregation at the uni- Culpepper said th pp t
versity. But the Btate Board of will be disposedrf in the
Control apparently won't consider way,-wbhichlt oetiyt ie
the matter until September. of lorha law anldI? est a pr
The letter, initiated by the cdure for him to alto
Quaker organization and endorsed ae his eduseatn " -"
by representatives of the Wealey
da Methodist w the: . Ca I ul adj the 'IodOeet -
t Student Union and th C u jwelor the a t.ato asseg
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. FOGBOUND CRASH-An Injured ailor (center, white suit) Ia lUfted front the wreatke of thb
Branff Convair liner which oaprhed while tatyng to land at fogbound Midway Arpfin Cbl-,
cago of the more than forty aboard, = were killed. 1 ln.lured,l2 of them plawu h
r wav arriving from Duaas. ,- .
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mbled in Ja e od0 a t sm r6u7 a,
for its at meeting bta he ate W I
opelini og the iiverite. ubjeewt w thati-N wti
As far as I know, Mr. BallIrd oukl di.oat if thde .
other members of the bhoad hired cooe is avaI le .
at even aware of its jzst- t heu.1.. .me C iiS out.
a," laved sq Itati, ibt .sa t:
leper sad. "The letter will states an AdfBte time
forwrded to Mr. Ballrd.but the transion. .
't be considered until the Dr.' Francs retI* a. miab
rd's next meeting io Septem- af the Utiveftiy urldi W fsg
,teign laMis gu departmft fainl-
red H. Kent ehairman-lect of ty for ine r ind b*pk.f te '
Board of Control told "the societyy of d riend, cIfiift d i
ted Press he had not heads of iutla t the letter' the
letter previously and "I could M He said the Frisnds and
comment on it IntintllS ly ely Fou daitle acted i aIthe
've had an opportunity to read unanimous .asehat of the sei.-
bersh while a majority ot L th -
hen asked whether any action te or ganisatlis sadrued
Ii bcastenqlated by WtMthe .
mbers aInregard to studets The otter said ether M .
ei nosers whoa signed Institutions of hiJ .r lea
he said emphipuaiey, have lowaied raci barsba 'n W
. S e"adrkieGae y; eat outt inCiant."
wo new members on the board It maintained stata law pohi
held comment and held oai bitin the mixing of the raesp.
I hope he would make his im- ply primary and
isate reactionsB Iown. iecools and not to the
uernsey said from Jackson- ties.
e he wold "'ave to read what Admiseas to the univeity of
Shavp rpbet e d tuod *t studentt 1" b'
ully before having aay e.
opinion. Than I rldo be ve- the atie. Wldthe .e -
careful ;bout a, y Florida a d Wt i
5Sp the .rot the Court' eall irJOl
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*e ewn her et the ari
jeaiovery that Royal Hawaiian Hotel three dSY
MtIA s Awe. now and even Rk T'wait undo.
: Of el-t stated i. t a he e.
Sca~ ai wall a~ "t loie.t.
e .a. t he1 tamt *Ias agb. ren4 I .
atfown'ed, i t
this -Paific ca to tee uaErit ,
i^'eliarla Wa t lklkl B ea h, ..

fo r ma.t b nil ,.
t -..-, d" hec e, there rooms t ea
gmep tk earpedag- sad for 43 -a day and Ihundreds of
I. SEhj iefturbnts of0r uh atmophere
p water- mid dia i rMicodas *wag a 2.
id o-sa ,o, t and I w v Nover Seen so1 aany or
chidi., Ths a everywlyrj
SThe fam orchid tre in he
ff lobby of the Royal Ballaua is sQz
.AfM Cnw / v a beautiful it could never te 4 -
scribed I words. The Nou Howe
even serves a um drink with a
a Casserole Goes With enough of them sid you can
.. ,can ,t- focus your eyes, that is.
21 lAYOR MAIDOX d cuddles
TNative.caddie at the Asala.s
What ,rn some egonomical dish. Country Club the oast beau*
I h a, Mr. Walter still aMazed t the Hollywood
3ft1anort, Md., ham way. The course wVANthe mine .of
,U t que tita any that'faon M e
fkto Eteraity." But there's no point.
W t 'rbtwo of" answer*@ f Ut Of that sand trapB where
AMSblwS.cote eCogoth at Meosiat, down
m Ibulk also Anut ial, when 11ywood takes
eV* i no"' of the sWakial sadd

2 -. t t- ?5 'it ei lltero in e -Eolily

,UPS arua a00a ejoli
n& rcnoelaxal vua~tioalat I've seKHeu
'?3 mate.e wa cld't rat gag though, after
I ."(No. 2 c).a n )rlt at l ... .ap '
a =rwb JS!0@ C contest tofthe Hifawapar-
wellwa .i e te; a~1ont n withI the _ages um of
-a.,i U _,__n tte._l 'children..
S rpandad in He .wred te edort-r. who pi-ed

un"ti co Add A "mily of 1 bhidre just w.u
S1.he-add ,.milk g .a the contest.
riin s Csit ll&end Eyebrow-lifting sight: Hawalian
i aiOle -rtl and adshirts for kids on manequin in
with corn and egg to creamed mix-'a Honolulu store window. AD lf
1 w ?w wel fs into grease the mannequins are wearing. cook-
g..2Oi2 eased X skii Davy Crockett caps.
mi1Mspoon meltd butter Most thrllint moment' When
wer aStrSaaog cr the let boatoand native cohi div-
ool ?E~ _1100914 Oa swarm around the 88 Lurilne
OW S ake In _ho outer harbor. Every mSuWB.
'SAfimmwF.) aboUt 20 gar issoon wearinga lei of flow-
ki?"-**'0 Mgllt" cups,,or until thur sethe
.hao!efO,=, Is aha
Eia lArf for the Happiest Memories de4-
(S lervieass) apartment. .
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Five desperate klbrs executed i daring escape from
Casabel Ipland p.rion through a boiler room outfall tunnel
Into the. bay. Polices ay they equipped themselves with con-
traband skin-diver outtits and escaped underwater to a
waiting boat.
This exciting situation, reminiscent of the recent wave
of prison outbreaks, Is the story unfolded In "Big Houae'
U. 8. A.," a United. Artist release in exhibition today and
tomorrow, at the "LUX' Theatre. I
Portrayong the prisoners are Ralph Meeker as Jerry
Barker, also know nsA "The Iceman," in on a five year
extortion rap, and Ibeieved to have kidnapped and mur-
dered a young boy; Broderick Crawfod as Rollo Lambar,
.a master bank robber: Lon Chaney as Alamo Smith. a
narcotics runner: Charlej Bronson as Benny _elHly, a trig-
ger-happy kidi, Pnd William Talman as Machine Gun
Mason. Randy Fart is cast as a nurse who helped Barker
In the extortion case. Advt.,

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S.S. "GEORGE RUSS" ............July 22, 1955

S.S. "AUOUST BOLTEN" .......August 14, 1955


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uMnIaI u -AUneatre asarrings ocK,tw Mq M.s a RlnU
and Jeff Morrow -- and their effat tmr~Wpid off M
um'sc powrt i entertainment values. .
and the. wsonderful romantic aplrlf- ,tDW_-o-t!,
Ireland, as do Hucaon p.d Mis R pert
youn I.orsa caught up in the f 2 W Ui
Hudson again proves himself a h
as he pys-Wlth preat Wkiu the r i
.ond in renunqd of the isUh rebe ... -
aaa l ah, wh'j jumped to vernight stardom wi4.
Rocti Hudson in IiI's "Mamnhlt11t OAwbuion," pMrp*fe;
self well worth the hnoi with a Iensltvl pwfortf#.iMW-
MAa, da ,bter ot Irelnid's famed rebel-rogue, OmptiR
h un derbolo ,- .
The Captain hloself Is expertly played by Jeff 4oiy,
who makes vital character seemevenuawore vHaLI"t-
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1 DOUSESl Ctknh S Congratulatngg the Papama Area Armed Forces teanipas doubles out h."D s loB wa' 'Cmer a
UUM ic R. .Waiting to receive his trophy fr am Gen Mc(arr is Proc Jim Flanagan- of Fort thea for c pss piS ..U toisalfl ht tfotaltle S K
Da p 1m lrat y in Oly session of his ttophy is Ma|rr Leo Hayes of Fort ( aulick, wa so ft. hcap- t caid. Herd hIeget t h avym mafo a PwEPU tO sail m a Woe trip alone,a
Y : re'd s third stra ght ingles title. (U.S. y pho it wf os h on hihr and
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vas.y Im roAvel d t.anamt a V ict Go dnlyez r (P a inam a). Me l Speime (Ja aca) honle puo t or 4915 hole caheBIn

J .,'team. cr Javein Throw (girls) Allan Moore Ja'maea 50.0 ato ith the draw .. m e er wi t the p. th .'a sd .h y
d- 'es tok ofor spe-d Cnisthna Pea (Chiriql 104 ft. Dond Pine an Ja ms van ac t l stram li ia Dlod rm In ra nma ne
heDOUB p .r-hcongratulat i ng the Papa Area Armed Forceto (Pana 'doubles " we th 1 mph -- h0 "
d1naiwYi Atklantiaissw.rGoa.ionelC.M arr,commanding general, ht
ah atr ied o me r three h ras si es lvinaoMorris,9ft.2 s ih .a it wo u w toh im
14 A i .,G.nzaioiGarrido. hCynthia Milln(J Mca) Inches oth e gt othe 4 ald odier hiq TN 33- f
tied de le ftheird s praiwhtsilen(eia.i-i o
.. awdde thpetir deegaio la" "( a-7atrciaNieoPa..a)"nditaps.Un erurm ay ivLah'
S Fanatno som*here roomao-uyou see and hear ti:, KRt&U r ItOl

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ters. jut take a look At their .ve I
las,.eaon a cha1p4n.D: .'b: .-. ;

U N:khwron, who t he taoMsea t an.m .IMhoeAmm%'v
thfapa.i. tf con l ,s.wene. a.. .ol _dl : t
H.ams, 9-sh a ;,., vxiCirmIeAai fth-.' -
lears theJfIT0w . .'... ..,. .
Ca.ey'4 Diuer represent Cus'a o6ut.tanSing iA' gM
the sa.n got,. derway StaIGe ridict d e woul ffie
the o. 1 thrd sacker of the majors, the fu,, cho e fOm A
Star tsam. ,
Jml ruIiga., wbo is no third baseman at ,ll b9us1 e .]jg
the a0tMh .tada _i. mad*to.. second, and old- m .or..l
rai' we h ..nt q .e _,he I poll
ho y lIonma in love. He beame erag.ed' not so
long ag. Maybe hIt something to do With hiasump.
Bau e ineffetenfm t.is driving Bteagel to ditrati
Against right-handed pitchers, especially those with, p14 atm
curves, Hank has been looking wnse than ever.
Casey has been temped to slditrack flattern t favor- of Ati
Howari. But that wold mean gng33 0 on a V m .actlrew
who baa done f much for ethe Rems. :
Up to this $pint, Stnreg has caused his club wEbthb-ui*
as t u4cekmf ana rich sympathy for the vaprkaf
utIl do not take a~shar turn for th4th
wll Vn isalw nf m ti mst tahea i.husif t n

I Pantmanians o i behalf Of his! High Jump (girls) CarlMibahetf (Panama). wht which water naturally a
group. I Elleen Grahamn (amaica) 4 ft. Maria Bell (Panama), to a body can't come a him.
Herb McKenley, coach of the 10 inches. Relay (men) "That leaves him dehydrate
Jamr leans and Clayton Clarke, Bara Ramsey (Panama) 4 ft. Jamaica (Mel Spence, Allan Law points out. "So he'll come
in charge of the Panamanian 0 iches. Moore, Louis Knight, K e I th here between races some .
athletes glae a .exhibition in Dolores Peterkin, 4,feet, 7 in. Gardner) 43.2. and -jump into that tank I 4ot
which they sprinted i10 meters 100 Meters Dash (men) ." Paami-fLLester Bonneck, An- ver here. I dump. a load- ai
abreast of each other. The re- Keith Gardner (Jamaica) 10.8. gel Rodriguez, Teodoro Martinez, into it every hour or so.
sult was called a draw. David Bonneck (Panama). David Bonneck). "Skelly feels like he is burnt
Thi& visitors were feted at a Ashton Irving (Jamaca). Exhibition Race, 150 etes up after awhile."
pair at the home of counell- Wf Meters (men) Herb McKenley ,and clayton "Just get live horses and wat
maW Alfonso "Mono" Peres Mel Spence (Jamitpa) 2 min- Claite (Diad heat)- No time your weight and you got to u
aftek he meet was over. utes 1.6 sees. thken, races," Glenn Laswell was ag
He was going outside to shave.
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Marry Cooper
Written for NEA evicee
Gene Sarazen and I were walk.
ing up the 18th fairway of the
Bel-Air Bellevue course as o U r
third round play In the West Coast
-Florida Open was coming to a
Sarazen was leading me by one
shot. I-walked up to fgur out my
second shot, when I noticed Al
Watrous standing near th green.
Earlier, over Dreakfat. Wa t-
rous and I had been talkg about
"I've never done it n my life,"
I said roudly.
I 1 a the check and vent out
ow, I found Watrous watching
me and I amlled.
Se thinks I'm oin t shank
it, I said to wmyl e. u, I'm
goi g to put uMe m right nat
to ath cup.,,
I took a 2 iron looked at the
.baUl Ml t mysel a p..icture
tance and swungm. head
was down, the *wig w "timed.
The ball took the miatanisera-
ble shank You w e
Don't ask me IMt It yen
have to chalk thPas to W"
1of suggestion. I Itilf-Bau;r""

sterwaid has.tabun hJi j*
the teb of S. tatwer v

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Stee hoped to ie t ipf o
expected to w iwlth 2e, and .
tha hefasa earago w i he oli-awful
B bi, tole if eft r fr 1fi4 with
the di edl l IpMo tis 4 pta ed Wlal b I L
done no better than 10 a5. Temmy tre l .aeC, a a
2, haa coie up to euxOmetatles, .
Turle'., the big figure i the nine-for-nine trade Wit pal., i
more, harasses Casey beyond all concpton. OiD0e doupilPt n
talks abdut Bullet Bob to hIs4 sleep. T spu mp t a i for V R
the two-out, trike one pitch to Harry amrg on du*at, d
Earl Torgeson, Nalonal -Leage cull. stole hoWe with the am,
climaxed the managers sour sequence of d.'. ppo dt ...e .
Bob. Ttiley was guilty of capital ceime. .
Watchnf Turey i tCleveland the other day,.ed vfiti
now a scout and coach with the .Indiana, said ed SoulS
tiU Bob to pitch right down the middlee and forget about g Tr
cute and fancy. .
1 was making Turley's mistakes when I deeded to eB-
the batters with iy speed. I threw as hard as I eut theti
three lg, reduced peed somewhat tse next three and ptf-
ed .IV1. t fot .tht l.ee. t Wes f e

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Ston. bet- f urt ..reliee. ot Wl- MW YOR_ . -(U.-

'n -1-. h Wd The MA( --.s i + .

?tfc ifi ,i the Dodgers brleOgn fire blanks f5 r the within ee M o -
sec. l .-., -l.. ,. ., ., et .. s C

"v toe Ie Quake in the nightthp a ee ty. "

It arkw the seventh win tor or leda 13.hlt attack with a Moatreal scored lour nol In ti-r- wh-h- wer re
S el lot it isth luf t J>bad --a-- P
ha 'o urWth e GlWk "ue"an ba t f r a. efe.h .on w' ,eN"o

1w n te 1t er x Iu fie blanks a-are tintotpRenfor"enro the a.fai $ n m em-
nta 63, on rooki ar- 4-1 and Columbu dated chaplain Capt. and Mr. written and presented by Mrs. e

miae fP'ee-n homer. The ant e- T BEA0 S f rmAeN Rochester, 5-3*. Ralph Arms were guests of hon- Nancy Johnson, league treasurer.
itehil l stoM thbir all-tte U g heart aa Natoel Lea ne or at the banquet which saw
cluzg dOWI steeak to 11 hamal Wriletw,h f NBA elrvies The tineayre: Chaplain Arns present 15 tro- 1- w
m 6--l ead. But lety a'wwu eamtdf thO hot (Called inever the Rlchmdnd phres gia. .11 o bn
w i theCardinaU i h1 a 1 Columbus 01 10 0 al and team wne after the FINAL TAM TANDINGS or
top1 ith o ensetr ouSfkmsd" eaagle.dwla a 0 was Won Lt
the W ta o t i en Ta f ate Te F rt Gucckd W h The 2uldt a t .......I ar

mie v St Y ory a th e C'dg aes eer for nr- thie w hichtwereo poen. .

S of r f lp fom nil a ,,. b l ....i b tr d .5" .andT d. Hh-Ne o o. _s w bn Wn i9 4
aecebit@,whoiy"d, AtoPitti-

' I 6 tatheP taed Te lmhe ap m e w s u gh t thee r-ed e o st psrle

he u ep.... the win winr tn e blos fed i na the t w itp em In the eog e 1 o tClpUbed hn b

trohe 1andter 1thl In there e pa Dte acntercaethroe to aeticiprangam membersly anGrOtp siihn a or waapsta *de
in1 tt heopromlorse back is theb ll n rly e b o eo, and Tpe N n to r
tgAem es- r, loef inerb Soe D w l a s ig m e rlGou ts. u dow ed N tes e oye 3 1 ed to 1tey
Iwritt ena n eaneaThnted mMred

Wh Ting ,on ie o b4-1 and Columul defeated Chaplain (Capt.) and. erie and pu estsngtew rs.o i
rsct, aulM Roh r, Ralph Arm were es n- Nancy o on league treasurer i
shetbS Pn t r aU a mere ra .. 3 or at the tnquet w h S W

alm dtemwi_-sa *r taS F"d am Ssw a tNAL TAM STA n GS o
tl awnoBy lkos ad Iaut; Ludwig e .s.. uth 1 rtol.ci was -s Won La s tr m

5TeLie 4 4 waO de t_.o i f r b .e Th2 e sedHot. s h 8. ........ 44 1 0 8 112 .n
Cl t....4 58 .43A 24 Cahitangt ... 3 62 SB .18s lip^2. 24 ,B4 _(, Th S l tackcs .x...... 3 I
,;t .5 .068 I t l.g-.w ,-,;B8" e 316 for1, .do. the 9 9 3s.3-1 t .; ........ 3 3a
New = -los t its ..le .b se ..l o-. s t 0AI_ ReeC, Power CI
leg 'M.. 5re.eiedfip theN trophy forJ.TnD0.. .-..ic. 2v .0
as a n op p I fet, Bowlin e es .n n D(e1n.n M rs1 ......... 21 rr ine
--S1 8l U.t405 h eGRanslldo(af i5t hLynrn L ol int- whemat, Glane Pt .20.

the 19ttscattere ,d W .In otneWadians a r ea. e tr (1 6K ....... w24-an e oded
I-lpt--on NoY o deIr 1t on d.. Comonde l0 0 a t ed. Roe- d BeNesnntr" trophy by.
rat -Ste runm. ra.e gAt- nedBR ay_ osR; R ohse T cud7r 0 2A 15. J nider, Dodgers ......... 14aaI v elgepr

iasht, "amSan ld trowa lt aiCrrodall e, 7. inoan at. oraewttm Reda W .......1 pch e-
* nnin- Bu- ofyr6ih0ba l p "m ialob- D7 th R and ea ed. R-:' n-1 y Ma5s,0 tis .......... 20d
MialleCrnlod and Joe AatJtl1 t QW-at would ha ve.mu200 1 0 1 dn at thFe'"ALed e, the first pTN.DNGS
drov e chm ini ngrngth ball boumned into strand? unonLoenntheleague, o.mL i

H Wai que haeMbun. --J.a k l.atso. . .u igthe ih -au me s.r. .. o a
a Bvo ite w homers A.A rue would have :.a s w H 0 A teoa m with a score l o f 170. whielhRd t
t 11-hi a t he Q. Tesaci fe f l r a the "ad SpMcr" recelv..ed four i
1nd1drove n fourerun in De-etlefotwobase.
gtop tTo.er sbak oin t he.rule. b k ofor detr., D tlgg er o......... p fo r aplt-
atms a a-- ~~CrnL ...y tSrbci. .1 .S 4..
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Senate Investigators

ARRESTED Patrick McDer-
mott, one ot the iBi's ten
most wanted fugitives, sits
disconsolately in the patrol
wagon as he is taken to the
police line-up. McDermott,
serving a 29-year- murder
sentence, escaped from Ohio
penitentiary last November.
He has been employed these
past few months as an ambu-
lance attendant.

Little League

Girls 7, Boys 6

In Row

-Senate investigation tangled
in an angry political row yester-
day that led Sen. John L. Mc-
Clellan to cancel plans for an
immediate closed-door hearing
on the business affairs of Air
Secretary Harold E. Talbott.
Nettled by Republican de-
mands that he call a meeting to
settle the Talbott affair, the
normally soft-spoken Arkansas
Democrat flared: "I had intend-
ed to hold a meeting this after-
noon. I now announce publicly
that I won't do it. Period."

Sens. Karl E. Mundt (R-S.D
'-- I and George H. Bender (R-0
Thirteen births were reported interrupted a public hearing
at Coco Solo Hospital durin the the Senate permanent invest
week ending Wednesday,Ju 20. gating subcommittee to demar
There were 99 patients ad tted an-, immediate secret seaston
and 91 discharged. settle the Talbott case.
Babies were born to the fol- Presumably they meant th
lowing American citizens: I subcommittee should decid,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Story, of whether to accept Talbott's of
Coco Solito, son; Mr. and Mrs. fer to quit his "special" part
Robert Johnson, of Gatun. nership in Paul B. Mulligal
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Noel E. and Co., New York Engineering
Gibson, Jr., of Fort Gulick, son; firm ,lf the senators. feel tha
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Dobek, of would help the Air Force aw
Coco Solito, son; Mr. and Mrs. the administration.
Arthur McFerron, of Coco Soltto, McClellan, who succeeded Se
daughter; Sgt. and Mrs. Milton Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis.) .
E. Lamb, of Fort Gulick, daugh- subcommittee chairman la
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. January, snapped that Munc
Platt, of Coco Solito, daughter; and Bender were trying
Ens. and Mrs. Donald Scott, of "pressure" and "needle" him IT
Coco Solo, daughter; Capt. and to hasty action.
Mrs. Charles R. Smith, of Fort
Gulick, son; and Lt. and Mrs. He also accused them
Richard A. Froncek, of Coco So- "making a speech to the preUs
lo, daughter. McClellan said he was tryir
Babies were born to the 1ol- to handle the case as fast
lowing parents of Panamanian possible and declared, "I'
nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Miguel leaned over backward to be fa
Caro, of Rainbow City, son; Mr. in this thing."
and Mrs. Joseph A. Cox, of Co-
lon, son; and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- "If the purpose of your inter
noldo Sinclair, of Colon, daugh- tions is to embarrass the chair
ter. I snapped McClellan, "You can

ANCIENT SHUTTERBUG--This ancient Roman senator giv
a stony stare at the modern Italian scene through the sight on
press camera. A gag-minded photographer thought of giving tl
senator a pressman's perspective during a visit to Rome's Quirin
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do it. You, nor both of you com-
bined. I don't Intend to be nee-
dled into doing something hasti-
McClellan told newsmen later
he has received "a communica-
tion" from Talbott. He refused
to elaborate.
He also refused to confirm a
reporter's suggestion that it con-
tained amplifications or chang-
es in Talbott's testimony.
Nor would McClellan say
whether he thinks the document
dmil iaen1*iA fiirther uestilon-






press that the chairman' will in
due time call a meeting.
Soon after the afternoon ses-
sion began, Bender complained
the unfinished status of the Tal-
bott case was embarrassing Pres-
ident Eisenhower at the Geneva
Big Four confernece.
"If he (Talbott) is -guilty, I
want it out in the open," Bender
declared. "But the people of the
country are entitled to have it
dispose of."
Bender said the subcommittee
was investigating a "small mat-
ter" of defective grain bins in-
volving a few million" dollars
while it should be clearing up
the Talbott case.

US Navy To Return

War Booty Painting

To Puerto Ricans
BALTIMORE, Md., July 23-
(UP)-A United States Navy ves-
sel left the port of Baltimore
this morning on a good-will trip
to Puerto Rico.
The USS E.B. Hall sailed for
Ponce, Puerto Rico, carrying a
Spanish American War booty
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Be said the Talbott affair
"involves the Integrity of the
entire United States govern-
Bender recalled Talbott had
been asked whether he told an
attorney for the Radio Corpora-
tion of America that RCA should
get off its "high horse" and re-
new its contract with' Mulligan
and Co.
Talbott denied saying this
Thursday but added his memory
was "hazy."
Beader cited figures he said
proved Talbott gave RCA twice
as much Air Force business
after it refused to renew its
contract with Mulligan.
Air Force general counsel John
A. Johnson, meantime, refused
to discuss with a reporter Tal-
bott's statement that he talked
with Johnson about RCA's re-
fusal to renew. Johnson said he
wanted to read Talbott's testi-
mony first.

Milkman's Wife

Given Five Years

For Slaying Lover


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TREASURY MINISTER ALFREDO ALEMAN, who cut the ribbon to inaugurate the Panama gov-
ernment's new "Casino In the Sky'! last night, collects a stack of white chips at one of the
roulette tables. A croupier smiles as the green baize table is put into use for nightly 0ty atop
Hotel El Panama. In the background, a few of the hundreds who attended the opening as Ale-
man's guests drink a champagne.toast to the success of the 9th floor casino. Gaming rooms are
operated by the hotel under contract. with the government and are believed to be highest above
ground level than any other casino for legalized gambling, anywhere.

eia requ r uit" qt awun- painting which is to be officially
Ing of Talbott. restored to -the mun icipal io y HATTIESBURG, Miss. July 23
ngof o. restored to the municipal go- -(UP)-Mrs. Charlie Celeste Lad-
"If the committee decides thaternment of that one-time Span- ner, a milkman's errant w if e,
of further public hearings are es- colonal cit today was ordered to serve five
.~ sential, then he might be recall- When the Hall arrived in Pon- years in prison for slaying the lov-
1g ed if it (the letter) makes a ma- ce Wednesday the crated paint- er who fathered four of her chil-
as trial change in his testimony, ing will be carried to city hall dren during their eight-year at-
ve McClellan said. where Mayor Andres Grillasca fair. .,,
ir Sen. Stuart Symington (D- will formally accept its return. The slender, brown haired
Mo.) sprang to McClellan's The painting is a portrait of the housewife was calm, just as she
suDport. He said he had known Queen Regent of Spain and was during her murder t r I a 1,
n,, Talbott for years and never young King Alfonso 13th. when sentenced by Circuit Judge
r, had seen a case handled more The resident commission of- Francis Zachary. She murmured
't fairly than Talbott's. Puerto Rico In Washington, Dr. "No" when he asked if she had
Antonio Fernos-Isern the corn- anything to say.
'1 The Air Force chief himself manding officer of the Carib- An all-male jury Thursday night
, praised thetsubcommittee for its bean Sea Frontier, Rear Admiral found the 29-year-old woman guil-
courtesy and consideration. Grover B. H. Hall, and other ty of manslaughter in the slaying
Talbott's offer to quit his Mul- commonwealth government of- of Willie Archie Nobles, 44. Mrs.
ligan connection, which nets ficials will attend the ceremo- Ladner, who readily admitted the BLACKJACK, POKER, CHUCK-A-
him around $50,000 a year, was nies. affair, claimed self-defense. Her newsmen made a bee line for slot
made Thursday at a public hear- The painting was seized byattorneys painted Nobles as a silver dollar or balboa. El Panan
ing. United States troops duringthe "dangerous" neighbor who h a d mond and Olive Brooks of The
Spanish-American War in 1898 plees she treie, moved his public every evening from now o
The meeting was called hastily and taken to Baltimore, where it Nobles, shetestified, moved his
on Talbott's demand following remained all but forgotten for own family on four occasions in
disclosure the group has obtain- more than half a century. It was order vbe arlye morninhome.v i he
ed copies of letters purporting to recently rediscovered In a bad c n hs ann w. anagra's N w DC-
show Talbott sought to boost state but has been completely was delivering milk. Ladner
business of Mulligan from his restored in aDefense attorneys Earl Wmeo Lands Tomorrow
Air Force office. e u ain gisbeigreturnednIDe t
An advance warning of the to Puerto Rico through the joint verdict and sentence, which could n u g i rlgih
coming storm was sounded at an efforts of the Baltimore Assocla- have been as high as 20 ye ar Inaursral F LI
oI pen subcommittee hearing yes- tion of Commerce, the city gov- would be appealed to the Missis- i
terday. ernment and naval reserve and sipp1 Supreme Court. Mrs. Lad-'
Bender interrupted the hear- the chief of naval operations in ner, who was joined by her hus- Panagra's new DC-7B will ar-
ing on allegedly defective grain Washington. band following t h e sentencing, live in Panama tomorrow at 4
bins to demand the group take was free on $2,500 bond. p.m. on its first stop of the pre-
action "immediately" on Tal- Rename Canadian inaugural flight between New%
bott's offer. ."cmet da0i0n en York and Buenos Aires.
"If this is said for the benefit To Palectn Morocco Rioting
of the press," commented M.- o estine A os t This luxurious and rapid air-
Clellan drily. "I'll advise the Death Toll At 37 craft, which is the fastest com-
UNITED NATIONS, N Y. Jt,-" mercial service known, will bring
23 (UP) Maj.-Gen. E. L. M. CASABLANCA. Morocco. July 15 hostesses representing the
!Big 4 Mae Burns of Canada was reappolnt- 23 tUPi-PoUlice announced to- major airlines of the world, a
iged today as chief of staff of the day that 37 persons were killed group of distinguished American
(Continued from Page 1) United Nations Palestine Truce or injured in Thursday's rioting newspapermen and high offi-
S(Continued from Pae 1) supervision Organization for an- in Marrakesh bringing to almost cials of the U.S. Civil Aeronau-
issues of German unification and other year. 350 the casualties since the re- ties Board and Panagra.
European security. Burns first was appointed to volt threatening Frances' hold This new DC-7B which Pana-
S Bulganin and the Soviet del- the post on Aug. 11. 1954. over this protectorate started. gra is placing in scheduled itin-
egates met through yesterday's He has been attacked from Ten persons were killed and erary between Miami and Buen-
brief summit meeting without time to time by Isiaeli and Arab 27 wounded in gun. knife, club os Aires starting August 1st, is
es speaking. The conference end- quarters. But at present he is and fist fights here as French equipped with radar and built-
a ed after only an hour and 25 presiding over talks between the Resident General Gilbert Grand- in air conditioning.
he mi.nutes. two sides in an effort to stabilize val visited the town officially
al French Premier Edgar Faure the situation along the disputed and to talk with the pasha of On arrival at Tocumen airport
is. submitted to the conference a Gaza strip in the Negev Desert. Marrakesh. guests will be officially welcom-
three-point world disarmament ed by Panama's Mayor, Dr. Mi-
"1 plan which he said would imple- guel A. Ordofiez.
ment the President's revolution- -- -- -- Douglas Campbell, Panagra's
ary "open shutter" plan for cx- executive vice president will
change of arms secrets. place a wreath at the statue of
The key to Faure's plan wus national air pioneer Marcos A.
his previously announced scheme Gelabert. Native dances will be
to raise world living standards performed by the Conjunto Tip-
by using money saved frod m ico de Tobias Plicet. Villtors will
pared down military budgets for. attend a cocktail party givenby
"a world development fund." Ramon Martinez. manager of
Faure's memorandum called "In Bond Liquors" in the air-
for. ment of port VIP Lounge. During this

1. Establishment of an inter- reception the p ress and radio
national secretariat to which all will interview members of the
nations would submit details of A police escort will accompa-
military budget.an the group from Tocumen air-
2. Agreement by all partlcipat- nyt heo Hoplf Es cPdainr-e
eous, controlled and gradual re- play native folksongs as the
auction of arms budget. guests alig ht from the mous
3. Allotment of the proceeds gues. r emos
from arms cuts to "an internsa-' At 9 p.m. a reception will be
tonal development fund" tog l i given by CampbellIn honor of
boost world living standards His Excellency President Ricar-
He proposed that the delegates r 'Exl do M. A rias Espinosa, and Mrs.
submit his plan for studh y to the ,dohb Arias.no sand s
United Nations disarmament .. The public is cordially invited
subcommittee. '... l... e to attend the arrival ceremonies
Much"Horse -Playat Tocumen tomorrow afternoon
MucAhTorsphotos. at 4 p.m., and inspect this new
HELD AS EMBEZZLER John Calvin Siemer leftt. bank clerk |
NORTH HOLLYWOOD. July accused of taking $83,780 froni a Staten Island, N.Y., bank and y D 'L
23 (UP) Julius Walz, 56. and dlsappparing with his wife and three children last September, oU Don'tnTay
Warren ShIller. 23. reluctanUv was captured at South Amherst, Ohio. A housewife recognized
explained to police why their Mrs. Siemer (right) from a newqase picture. Shown after HICKORY, N.C., July 23 'UP)
cars collided at an intersection their capture by the FBI, the couple IMdyed their hair and he --Catawba County fair officiha4
The men said they both were had grown a moustache. The pair, know to the neighbors as i today announced the annual
watching two girls riding horse- Charles and Hen.Uetta MacTavish, stl ha $20.00 Of the loot croehedi n contest will be open
back nu y, when Laketo ea t his"ew __

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-LUCK AND C RAP-TABLES were open for play last night but
machines wh ere the ante starts at 5 cents and goes up to a
ma America's news editor Ricardo Lirice looks on as-Hinda Dia-
Panama Ameri can try their luck. The casino is open to the

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