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:
AA00010883:00814

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WASHINGTON, July 25 (UP)-

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any In "-'cret BagreIments Of
any kind" were reached at the
Geneva summit meeting.
They also reported at a White
House briefing for legislative lead.
one tht the are "hopeful" hout
result of Ie -Big 'lour meeting
bI he .not "disuMted" the
prob t a ahead.
Senate Republican Leader Wil
f am 1P Knowland (Cal.) gave re
porters an account of the one and
a half-bhur White House susp
at which he said the PrelidentSnd
Dulles gave the leaders a "Iftl
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evai n.
Kwso l u they .sured
the heriusaa leaden that "ew
secret reemepte of any kind"
mea e tered fito at GeMva
'direely or teareetb."
Speaker Sam Rayburn (Tex.)
sad Mr. Eisenhower gave the
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rlegrstors were assured that "no
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WASHINGTON, July 25 (UP)- La Vern D
Washington attorney for the United States Citism e
sociation of the Panama Canal Zone, reaffirmed,
the viws of the association which he presented.
Senate foreign relations committee recently
the revised treaty between Panama and, the
States. 'l
DilwqV issued a statement today after utl. :
copies 6f Panamanian newspapers which crm tat*R
declaration by the Zone CLU-MTC (Ceitral Lab.
ion and Metal Trades Council) disclaiming
ity for Dilweg's: testimony before the Senate
(Ameng Dilweq's reported remarks to the
on behalf of the USCA was the observation that' *
amanians do not like us." He mid this to be a hfct,
not merely an opinion.) ,'
"7he viw of the assoelation
that represent are quite acur.. -
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Three afterN Ida O
Idrive e .e was returned
American employee of h Ar,,
Thompu L room, was tied
for ruvnk diving ad given a
iday Jail s tamice during i t
mondkg' amenift iathe Balbs
Magistrate's Court.
m 49year-old American was
found gty of driving while In-
toxicated early Saturday morning
on Gaillard Highway. This was
hi. second similar conviction.
On April 30 1954 he was fined
$1:0 for drunken driving and s
CZ license to drive was revoked.
It was returned to him Just three
months ago.
Croom Is employed by the Ar-
my Engineer.


Find Lost Wedding L" ,r' ';
'ne BMUtI.e Dparts had an
KRig After 26 Yeors ..atwaft nou
... .nl .that ,8. and Red hM
RMSeM Iowa, July S X(P)- nose: ambassadors l meet in
Mrs. Nick auters can thank a Geneva Aug. 1 to dIsu= release
poket gopher for finding her wed. of merica, prsonern h by Bed
ding ring lt ;ona farm n ear China.
her 5 year ago.
The wom 's daughter, s. President Eisenhower will re-
Martin Peters Jr., spotted a rot port to the Ameriean people to-
sbhfe in the sunlight atop a night in t 18-minate bnadcast o.-
rehly doug gopher mound. it was ver radlu and televidsin tworkl
her mother's wedding ring. at 10:30 p.m.


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The State Department recalled the labor unons y nave
that Red Chinese Premier Chou their own spokesmen."
En-lai had suggested, at the Ban-
dung. Conresome -of African and lha ei Gill's
Asian nations in Aprx had -ug. 1 1*
ested that he was wung to have
direttaalks with the United States. yIa., SA.
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said several governments have
acted as intermediaries to ex.- r DUe -J TI.-
,ore the, possibility such talks. Fr 'Happy ime'
state I e at Pro"Offl-
Lr5 atuys@ Tickets for The TheaterGuild's
into Os gua g newest production Jg-he Bav
tte q mue 'on 'rmessa or Time" go on sale today. Reser-
otWer Uatte affetng Nati..- vatos may be made by calling
atChin. Balboa 3481 or Panama 3-1285.
SSix performances of the Broad-
He similarly indicated the qu~s way comedy success about a
tlon of a cease fire betwwen Na- French-Canadia family will be
tionalist China and Red C h i n a given, starting onday, Aug. 1
would not be raised at Geneva. through Aug. 6.


Zone Military Post

Flags At Hall-Mast

In Tribune To Hull
Flays throughout military In-
stallations in the Canal Zone were
flying at half-mast today for for-
mer Secretary of State Cordell
BHu, who died Saturday.
Those in the Canal Zone how-
ever were not lowered as yet. It
Was not known whether an order
ad been received by Canal offi-
catm to lower the flags.
IF throughout the U united

rather of the United Nations.
The body of the Myear old
statesman ly in state I the his-
toric chape of Washington Ca-
thedral whets munurnen paid
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The play enjoyed a long run
in New York where it was first
presented by the team of SRdg-
ers and Hammerstein, a.thos
of "Oklahoma," "The King and
I," "South Pacific" and other
hits.
Leading roles In the Ouilds
play will be handled by Al Lob-
man, Jr., and Peggy Blfpason
the French-Canadan father and.
his Scottish wife.
Paul Mobely will be seen as
the 13S-year-old boy whose pus-
zlements over the problems pub-
erty bring him give rtaim to much
of the ply.'s gentle humor.
Alex Protnitoff, Jim Rodgers
and John McTagoart will por-
tray other members of the Bon-
nard family. The rest of the cast
Includes Kay Brabander, Bpe-
rans Lop, lack Boggs, Rch-
ard Oerson and Bruce Urich.
Mrs. Gene Simpson is the
play's director.

Honesty Pays!
HUNTINGTON PARK, Calif.,
July 2s-(UP)R-lster W. Cedar
realied today what a good joll-
cy honesty ca be.
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for returning toMrs. Ay .
Welgeerts ato eiML. .
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STHE MAIL BOXA tr tutto-, or thkt
please or to Move to the rear. G entt m w M .
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S Yet w odlum already ve l tinga the law by t NsPadsnlylar vtor Pay." st i pare&teo eat I Those senators who knew what



r A- uthe s earpo ic e aon resit a esteew thaA ranothe tor arne ex opes n aeme rhsd ad otr oo can aa e p~e ,e b ~,g e I,? .-- pe ed that year roag
Son Goetment.h assrelacwa.ae yaemround a. res0ye"d han ieata or k swto r hie t t la e o aa Iria. te n t at so nt Lto h no



for t at t the nghtrow atn e t aeulie hel tooroe on the In Lay a on r am a a th. wol
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hat o b t e ve ac art owe tt dey k a ri lt ear er e e tha
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gl tlwns ; ,- || aII1 that IronS tatt ihas 1trlyeae abova ths t iiciivd. Ths t wa t bdssiueal n metal oeeutpnt dforlone atethlf.t tore o e o th ro ing ld estri tion s tri n, D emoeatehai w etho need it or manuf
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SY litwoe mbt u who protests hem? If there isa no one to e nompny gtree the to lYe adiorie T ieer enhn r tllati. ethat sin a t
Aw les. tu then how cln we e ct tha to rotect ,? gays 1dv9e so e i n u the Soviet f bapacie ir War i mne wh a




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snatch rop. stada tirua, gpltus eraw tc- goodscl n ec oyat
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w e~t~~l our policueee forc. is as aaiO that co.m ,ig ion coll oar exis8 bliotle Ihtwleon, ti r ohilo u n der xist.v







BaC g asam t oa pi resentxer ohempt aotet wilt hebevina vyl f ? ol gover c men tIitcottoiatum.o o to s atl
"" tLnowHithe law dm es hi s pat to carry It out has it figured, 'a m cu h die place d ome American exerts on Rus- Premier luagfa n made Th isy emp ais oV oindus. ALyo hn n raw e a umintum torsal usials
te d T o fm' t e e nn ft a vte-ndo tin Ifmlean ets $a0-and sn.$s fr each N hvoe to m eto eo acluin o 0nt a tev theAt Ruia ould t has ota c t bn ueaponn tee cent nde o rhat o I e l win uma n who ned I aut fa mmuta.
w. td mlre te is 4o wit ope senriaor@y g oet p rd t se isang for e ai n rGia l t-ora .tde is wth otuts. p ne a tct t naednt n hoi eed
Sto curt. m-odno- t thn e ar I pf u e e it'aplush$ fors h n .each e T sa t saddtoalyye a lng he toetif teerwaeo l tetl wlout Cie.ndsThlefateroenn h e he asentXebate 1oovr satos tN Recoldm omitte wis
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S ,-t buMores" e tobe ple her soy .the Soviet bap neds pparentLy tryng to make hereh To industrialze the country, the Caedgreatesttima tsf the aotoofindoutbown hie b iga thre
a droppaed othose at Coenmkversion t aye j ItSas recalla 't Be e ut it s1 a M e a e a ofe. tday thhete"ade closest n,
-itheaced. apW in A G*bi d t--b .mportednhoteverrand
i the yt he hat I of o l la on anoth of wsia aked for oet enomy hs aw .a h an eno t a am had J st roin es
r .... lc "s"ee theones.tol dIne bIlaon dnlr crI wt fsom th ti gt Being a CommuIst DNcl arte ,uA L -. ... b h .tIa ... ;.t ri I I
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.0 a b came in to Leg7Croley00i 1000from otter euantries f1Tewoilc s t-ayttIthequioalenedofdneoo
s adno thrand stroheIn iuOa leulees aora ty acdnhesaallheetsoyte eTonister Molhe nh emdeiy oe on tae aceeumuleataiion of its own.Ie atwietrob a a e
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b oooioeie ed byr some AL, Baer I e ,. equ est was found inhis fles.finance :me new dMevelopatn Ve.ter empasis on consumer happenedwhich only.. a sm 'sg p t so it c d
1 ..Mlocals. These pacts r iruie .te boy te State Departmbent. t wastike ther at i power plai goadB is not vet ce xpr gup of n a o r iuhe more proftabe aunum
to be -......n whoo eYrabov e wtheba. sT osethath tR aand nere have to takesw thoutal out by Rusrian tnoves to lIberaslIOfe inu sIb a Democa, ro, e a nsaad :er



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cutive order issued in 1950, when
Mr. Truman was president, pro-
vides that, in administration of
the Defense Production Act, no
WOC may negotiate a contract
that involves hia private employ-
er.
The House group's investigation
was prompted in part. a spokes-
man said, by the Dixon Yates
affair but principally it dates back
to hearings on extension of de-
fense production powers.
Celler testified before a Senate


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An Haynes, 29, wipdS away
tears after a coroner's jury
cleared her In the fatal shoot-
ing of Nancy Penton, Mrs.
Hayne's rival for the affec-
tions of her husband. Willis
Haynes charged that his wife
shot Miss Penton in her apart-
ment while the victim tried to
cover herself with a robe. Aft-
er Mrs. Haynes cross-examined
her husband about intimacies
with Miss Penton, the all-male
jury ruled that the shooting
was accidental.


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da !tie etid -ofear- e eB
WOCi.e .i. M t.R sT n wtuh-
out ,4 ut ,ln. i t b..wver,
candy I, In ape s.
The J .e Departaetas in-
qu coves al who -ad-
Tin di lestrateB of the-De-
ftese Produdtion At. Thi touch-
es every major industry.l
The commutee wrote to every
agency in the government request.



that c ld be filled by full-time
salaried employes; whether their
activities are injurtg small busi-
ness, and whether the conflict of
interest statues have been violat-
ed.
What the group headed by Rep.
'.nanuel Celler (D-N.Y.) uncov.
era, te spokesman said, "is a
matter r pure speculation." But.
he amded, "it's certainly time for
another long look at this subject."
The subcommittee's first wit-
nsps will be Charles F. Honeywell
administrator of the .Business and
Defense Services AdLinistration.
It also has invited secretary of
commerce 'Sinclair Weeks to ap-
pear but has received no accept-
ance.
Others the subcommittee tee tents
lively plans to-call include Walter
Wright, executive director of the
Business Advisory Council. and
Stanley N; .Barnes head of the
Justice Department's anti trust
division. Barnes undoubtedly will
be asked abput the department's
inquiry to date.
Barne told a Senate Committee
last month he "did not think" he
would entrust the public interest
in foreign oil matters, for exam-
ple, to a consultant still on t h e
payroll of an independento U corn-
pany. There are such consultants
in the government, most of them
in the Department of Intbrior.


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Il We s mad -Defense Serv.
ieC l Committeen which Cller's
group will consider at the outset
i sa arm of the Department e o
Commerce. nineteen regular dol-
larra-year men are on .ts roster.
also a omnm De. part nt
committee and : listed for stu.
*ss .l e ha.As t active doler-
Ae-rt y a M id l 105 "grad-
uate mlmeberD."
Active adivers Include such
promfent maen as Ralph J._Cdi-
iner, resident f GQner al Elee-
to p Jic jLw Curtice, president
man, chairman of the aoa d of
Standard Oil of New Jersey and
Juan T. tpp, president of Pan-
Amerlmin World Aiwa~yt. "Grud-
uates include Sen. LAMus D .,
chairman of the board of Conti-
nental Can Co.
The Truman committee con-
cluded after its World War U
investigation that it was opposed
to a policy "of taking free servic-
es from persons -with a x e s to
grind. .
"In a ver- real sense the dollar-
a-year men could be termed lob-
byists," the Truman report said.


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Today's haid left East and West
looking at eaca other very auly.
And, tf tell .the uiti, they lad
good reason .to look gium. Their
defense awgust tour spades had
left muel to be.desired.
West opened the seven of hearts,
East put up the SacHid Souta
won with the ac. but- them led a
low spade, and West hopped up
with the king. A moment later,
West was hopping for another rea-
son, for East had to play the ace
of spaaes on taoe same trick!
Tne rest of the hand was equally
sad for the defenders. East could
get one heart trick, and West could
get only the ace of diamonds.
South took the rest of the tricks,
scoring 240 points below the line
and So points above.
How could West know the trump
situation? Was he unlucky or was
he guilty of a bad play when he
put up the king of spades?
The answer depends on the kind
of three-bids you expect your op-
ponents to use. When a good play-
er opens with three of a suit
against vulnerable opponents, he
usually has a seven-card suit with
a hand that is far weaker than a
normal opening bid. A vulnerable
three-bid would be based on a bet-
ter suit, but the hand itself would
still be below opening-bid strength.
In this case, South was non-vul-
nerable against vulnerable oppo-
nents. Hence he he could be expected
to have a generally weak hand.
He won the first trick with the
,ace -of hearts, and West should
have decided immediately that
South could not have another ace.
This simple deduction would
have been enough to save West
from disaster. If South couldn't
have the ace of spades, it was


ANIMAL LIFE
PEMBROKE, N.H. (UP) -
Sometimes people living here think
they're in a zoo. During one lively
spell, here's what happened In
plain sight: Traffic on the west
side of town halted while 12 deer
pranced in a nearby field; a bob-
cat chased a deer; two foxes and,
two woodchucks visited around
town.


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police beat him a i brother
at they lay handcuffed on the
ground. The crowd retired from
the fight after police fired a warn.
ing hot in the air.
The fight started when detee.
tive Louis Manciong qnd Ray
Means tried to arrest Pvt. Steven
Povelko, a paratrooper listed as
AWOL since June 9, when he went
to visit his girl friend.
Povelko put up a fight, police
said, and his brother, Frank, 23,
jumped into the battle with two
friends.
Passersby promptly went to the
aid of the Pvelko boys and the
detectives had to cail for rein.
foreements.
Police bsid the crowd continued
pushing, pushing and kicking un-.
til Mancino fired a warning shot
into the air.
Steven Pvelko suffered scalp and
shoulder injuries and his broth-
er a broken arm and multiple cuts
on the head and face. Patrolman
Jeremiah Lyons suffered he ad
cuts and Mancino an injured right
arm.
Both brothers were charged
with atrocious assault and b a t-
tery and with resisting arrest.
"I just wanted to see my girl,"
the private said.


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-utoclate for many years. He tell& how Chaplin first lured
him into lp-w.
It was h'ak In 1918, during the influenza epidemic.
Be Haven wass touring the country in -vaudeville when all
the theatres Were ordered closed for four weeks.
"My w1tt.kd I- were stranded, so to speak, in Salt
Lake City anscdecided this was the time to go to California
and visit Charlie
"We fund the comedian engrosed in "Sunnyside"
For four weeks, I sat around on the set, Joking and talking
with him and enjoying my visit hugely. When the theatres
re-opened, L told Charlie I had to go back and finish our
eight weeks' booking. But he wouldn't listen to it. 'But,
Charlie.' I remonstrated, 'What will I do here?
"'Just what you're doing now,' he answered. 'But I'm
not doing anything but sitting on the set and talking with
you. Besides you wouldn't pay my salary for the remaining
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(t )-l8tubborn treasure-hunters'ordinarily ia honest."
tracked the route of a mon-i Marion Marvin, vice president
. ilug armored truck, but po- of the company that operates the
I were convinced someone al- armored truck, said the bolt on
dy bad found the $21,000 mon. the escape hatic wds apparently
o*.g that dropped through the jarred loose by some of the other
ek'a escape hatch Saturday. 150 money bags in the vehicle.
Officers said after a thorough The little white bag that disap-
March of the area where the mon- peared was the only one small e-
g disappeared that someone nouh to fall from the hatch.
arently found the 521,000 and The money w as a discovered
igbably was trying to decide missing only 20 minutes after it
amer to keep the unexected taken from the Guy Marvin
lune or turn a over to aumor unc. vault.
The truck had made three stops
'noe police admitted t a t before it arrived at the Florida
none did find the money and National Bank, destination of the
decided nto keep i,. t would be a missing money.
*gh job running down the finder .
utae tWe 10 ani 20 dollar bills
Vth which the bag was filled ,
unrecorded.
v uthoriuie retracea the route
3the armored trucK twicc by
tomobile and once on foot be- AE ENOS
ef giving up hope of tlnung toe
iney. The driver of the truck -
part in the search.
though police were convinced
money had been found, a num. -
of searcherS, mostly y o u n g-
rs, began scouring tne 20-block
a where the bag apparently /
from the truck.
sewers and poeed through the
Ie grassy spots that line t h e
a ite In the area.
Noltce Sgt R. C. Taylor was
:Ivinced th,, fortune hunters
There wasti only one possible time.Dinner guests wait for the
that the money could hive hostess to pick up her ngpkin
aen undetected," Taylor said. before placing theirs in their
That was a manhole in the laps. The dinner size napkin i5
town section, and the city correctly left folded once when
L. department has checked it 1is placed on the lap. At the
re without success. end or the meal the napkin Isn't
S Someone already has the mon- refolded but la laid on the table
a and if he decides to keep it crumpled.
a is smart about, I don't know The reason for not re-folding
he would ever be caught." It is, of course, because It won't
aylor said he would "have to be used afgan until It Is laun-
m t that it would be a terrific dered.


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1, #01jA V=CE-rZBKSIN DOUGLAS CAM l above, lost
Tomet at the eadoI OA Ft of Civil Aerocautc of fils
e a k, nebostesei aboard pnagr's 1C-7B ine-

ave In the albet room of ot 1 Panama,
. av n last eventIfE. -


)"2C01l RNT3A? AT BRDAULIUANT RECDTIOM0
a DBECT FLIGHT OF DC-7 FROM NEW YORK
hosItie erowd gathered la the Balbo Roeom at
as st sight to oengratiatlat Tanaa offieilw
of their new DC-T7B etle between
S e u1..e t m* the fleat
S' e emerIlal reeort to aomasam.
NeW t" bffet maer .hh.nris the Pred-
ea s m. Mle Ari wwre sa"Mn. DeaT-
1L Mn p bel t ai as.ra feevpreideat.
k sib a j a Renault, Air France
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rag Thee Demova. preidet
the Aerear e odeT of Travey
t aelvll Aeronautlcs 39ard
r eby a roup in-
Hdi and Mrs. Harmr D.
r. and Mrs. Jomeuh H.
M, r. and Mrs. Ic
F. Mr. and MA -bert
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to eal be. e Za 7:1 ce- : d-.pr
n. .euli...u -n -
m.. 146l1-eOnte ]a*
'Mrs. MeaUmaIer l~avi St- a the I othn
urday for aw -rk and ib lt- wing aid In rte *e

is *aat ta time but the l tS, a l Sa .
er Se mt -th ew United A
ltateo wosir, for coeept *axs


two nw arrved gt. hohv
Crl. Harold C. .oSteow
ePfi" er ..
The, Co r. (arbben Ai r lkh o -
eMAd ob- "Denaig thelo I(,
beiT a12,na $ad
ormtrton oce=a Mrt *'or evw l As per emntua te nd
t ib 0on if em s
A*y to Pt XS foS r
The a pt in f d or I
S a to aa period,' U whom
two newly arrived officers, Lt. wL e Mexicans.
Col. Harold C. Moore, information
officer for Caribbean Air C o m- .This ment. decrease Wof al
.and, and Capt. Bill Dy now min. m ernt la te nua-M
fbmrmation officer fo o flet 75 paera cent il thldnumber
Norce Base. It isa al o depedi of Ma eicn hatvIals deported,
for Major Myron C. Rah, wbo rwhiled t tmber is e
ass been information officer for ported to otb*4'h-* c ids
CAIrC for several year and is shown, a increase. The
bein transferred soon to a new manpower InpeoaeigMef-
tatln in so State. c Ski amfUtS to that or IS
1 te officers workif fu lltime on
Nourdtrom B* subversive caes..
sased "Operation Wetback" asIo
At the Mirieulous Medal Church served to reduce the a&Wn crime
yesterday Robert Alfred N o rd- evidence. During the -At-1 hatl
strom, isannt on. o Mr. and Mrb. of 1954, tle sergie d epf4o8 5'
A. A. NMrdatgom of ColMn, w4 criminals, 313 or g per,aent"f
baptied' by Rv. Farther o h n *rm Were Mexican aon.
- Tumr aC.M. for the, sam pe t year
Godparenti were Mr. and Mro. th'e Service deported 3N.,erlnl-
Howard Finnegan ad Mr. Juo finals. end aain the leaned
Dominguez. number of Mexican ease' a-
counts for thette rence -
I do IsZ.L.%?t
i=king I Miami a were bosts at a e "tl rt 7
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos de Ia Guar.werebomtsat A.cocktai ap
dia of Panama City are inMiami Thursday evening in honor of Mr.
-W T hoSa s, a C hryofe Cforp or
for a visit of several wees. Thon official
Mr. and Era Adolfo Arias. .
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Until Wednesday Onlyl

MORRISON'S
opposite the aeon P.0.


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name and values are ail-
rfldy .aown, t0 Ilag Xthmi-a
,th the. of ats tore
on aaturday, tbe s 'and
children of Pinnas d the
Zame can -bro wn, attended
8ad fitted b oeewoada fa8m-
h4r with low t f4t. 7* ti0e
cittomwme' ne Garbo'
sew dtere dp4 d i an
aglple number of air epgdttion-
ed asin I o l-' b
he ia* absk sff s 'been
oaflftle chosen ftothe many
blugal Paname applap-
ts Pl recent *. These e4-
enced aabl have.be
In ad tional peeallsed
I S g o they can handle -the
rge new fashion stock with
ease and efficiency.
2THE T RASI R
HIGGANUM, Can: (UP) -
Afer police, with. a mins detector
failed to find a lost wallet con.
taluoig $, Mnrs. Aaale rest
covered the *sae grand and
promptly spotted it with
nked eye.


wa wpqia ucwinuzyg Dy wsi
ai aty wrdtobe
"Maet of u1s, with the prospect
of a trip ahead, a ut a
and buy. a new wardrobe, or at
leapt- hetw outfit," the spokes-
han ad4, `"but not qur Mamie."
Ju from the adraes in
which Mr. lsaenhower has been
ho hed at Geneva, she I
hn MVZ t all the dresses
Sordfted lat spring, the in-
uetute reported.
Included was the number that
hai eo e to be known In fash-
on ar les as "The Drems." That
was the green leaf pAinted taf-
eta' dreus that caused a furore
when it turned up in duplicate
at a White House party.
Mrs. Eisenhower wore one
model and a test another. They
were just alike. But thIt did not
keep the First Ladv from wear-
inr It again at Geneva.
'Apparently," the Institute
spokesman said, "Mrs. Elienhow-
*r meat it when she .said it
didn't bother her to have other
women wear the same dress,"
OFFICIAL. WEIGHT
CHAPLIN. Conn. (UP) -
Eighbyear-old Bobby Prochorchik
lugged a 12-pound turtle into a
postoffmee to hIve an adtthoritative
weigh-In so he could cope with
questioning classmates.


OCTAVIO C. FERRARI Jr.
Announces the Opening of his office for HEART,
LUNG and GENERAL SURGERY in Ave. Perd No. 49
and 33rd St. (2 blocks from the Lux Theater). Tel.
3.33$3. Office hours 2-6 P.M. Monday thru Friday.
(Trained in U.S.A.)


The WomckAmW. ..

wlhes all embrs.o .

SIND6CATO CE SAL
CANT WINO .
Y SIMILARES DE PANAMA

Every Susnes Today
The 2"hof July
Thdir Day Of CelebrtIon.

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Tel.A $.1791 PANAMA


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Specialiing in LADIES APPAR.,
SPORtSW RA, SE ,ZAC.


$AITEM M.ATQN AL.BELLAS. .HISS. STORESS INC. BOYSWEAR.


membrnM. You noUPO eight waRY
hbow much easier it is to wbeathe
and to swflow.
No wonder more thun 00 mla
botUes of oMmys CataMel l-
tare bhve b Mu L. Can't let
that nuAg get pta fl i*p a
bottle 6f ft-acttatg amplive
Bmakleny' c inMxn
our drusicut today 4 .


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f6r 2 lb 16 year-old boys.

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th a a beautiful lateetatyle


to a boy
shirt?


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ON NEXT SATURDAY, JULY 30th
WE WILL OPEN a NEW AIR CONDITIONED store that will be like no other store in Poisam6t



enipged the services of the WOALD A AM 0 U S NATIONAL BELLAS
WE HFSS organization of NEW YORK fashionn experts for the post.67 years)
to insure our ALWAYS having the very NEWEST STYLES.


will sell only FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE. NEVER,
AR but NEVER will you find a "second" or "irregular" in our
entire stock.


will fiid complete stocks of the latest styles of LADIES APPAREL, LINGERIE, ACCESS I
YOU RIES, BOYSWEAR, GIRLSWEAR and INFANTSWEAR at GA0O.


CO Ein on opening dy aid see for younrlf... Make GARBO yeur styl
COME EVERY DAY of the YEAR
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kiAmed Might, Issue

WarIng To Israeli
SCAIRO, Egypt July 25 (UP)-
Wpat paraded her growing mil-
tal might over t weekend and
Warned that she is prepared to
" .rage war against neighberipg Is-
Srael "if our frontiers are violat-

The blunt warning to Israel was
S ade by Minister of War M a j.
'Ge. Abdel Hakim Amer in a
speech keynoting a huge military
parade celebrating the third anni.
'.versary of the regime of Premier
Camal Abdel Nasser.
The nation flexed its military
:muscles in the most impressive
parade in Egypt's military histo-
ry. Tens of thousands of soldiers,
Slors airmen parachutists, cad-
et an national guardsmen goose-
I pod for four .howrs past the
SIrol which Nasser review-
ed the parade.
Amer, in his speech proceeding
-he parade, promised t;at the -
a.pta, armed forces "won't let
sm enemy enter Egypt."
S 'But we are nady to take war
l Jte the enemy's lands," he said.
M Nine members of Egypt's rev-
ary council stood beside
.SSWer as the nation's newly me-
': .hais.. ed armored force rolled
Included were 30 British-
t Centurio tanks and several
es of Amerlean-built Sherman
-3 k; motorized artillery and oth.
07 armored vehicles.


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Prectically now
G.E. automatic washing machine
60-cycle $150. Call 2-2441
after I p.m.
FOR SALE:-Fantastic Bargains!
Complete double be d s 63.60.
Dining room sets 81.60, Modern
living room tas 189.00, Word-
ib s 33.60. Venitiae with stool
45.00, Kitchen eiblMst 96.00,
Desks 3600. Center tables 15.-
00, Chiest of dtrawrs 22.00.
Double b springs 11.00. Now
meltrnseo 18.00. Pllois 2.50.
nImmedate delivery w"lh small
monthly payme l. No co-signerl
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE. Na-
tional Ave. No. 11. Ihene 3.
4911.
'FOR SALE: 4-strind Rotan
living room furnit"t, refrigere-
toer, stove, bodminm. furniture.
good condition. 'Tw bedroom
apartment with terries vailable
to buyer. Phone 3-4474. Can be
isen until 7 p.m.


FOR SAL: -- Practioally now,
modem dining mom, bedroom,
baby basket, cot, ilngle bd.
Phone 3-2739.
FOR SALE: 3-piece drawing
room set, refrigerator, gea stove,
washing machine. dining room
table with 6 chain, bedroom set.
sewing machine ISinger), rees-
onably priced. 316 Betonia, aft-
er 4 p.m. any day.


FOR SALE
Automobile.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Keser Se.
dan, good tires, motor and trans-
minion, roently overruled
$250 or best Offtr. Phone Navy
3419 or see at 703-I Lecono.
FOR SALE:-1949 Olds "I'."
fully equipped, perfect condi-
tion, new white sidowell tires,
$550. Levin this week.. Cell
Navy Pec. 2295.

FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Station
Wogon 4-door, 8 passengers ,
excellent condition, white tires,
radio. Phone Panama 3-1144.

FOR SALE: 1953 Mainline
Ford, three new tire. Leaving
Wednesday. Blrgainl Phone 2-
2872. 111 Balboa Heights.
FOR SALE:-'52 Studebaker 4-
door. Call 87-7130 or after 5
p.m. Navy 3591.


Help Wanted

WANTED: Cook. Must havo
lrefrences. Machine washing.
Phone 3-0717.


AMERICAN FAMILY needs mold
for general duty. Crtsrine Build-
ing, upstairs. Manuel M. Cease
and 50th Street.


Dream Voyage From Tahiti


Turns Out To Be Nightmare
-- O -
LOS ANGELES, July 25 (UP)- termaster, said he worried about
A 31-year-old accounting clerk,' water "most of the way" from
whose "dream voyage' from Ta- the Hawaii area.
hiti in a small sailboat became a Thorvaldson imposed a strict
nightmare to raging wind and wa- diet on himself as the days wore
ter on the broad Pacific, says he on. He saved rainwater to drink.
"hopes" he won't try the same "I ate a little soup and some
thing again. powdered eas each day," he
But Rolf Per Thorvaldson, a said. "And had some limm jsles
S aach 0 l"r r m Mm l h || ,EA, |
.. I MC I ".. "-tim+nhis
Seal is over. life. "I caught eight dolphin. I
"I hope I'm not fdol enough to never cared for fish before but
do that again," he said, "But I'm those tasted e~l good.".
afraid I mightY" Thorvaldson said he lost "a lot
Thorvaldson spent the last two of weight. I don't know how
days of his arduous voyage be- much."
calmed In a fog bank seven miles After the reunion with his joy.
off Los Angeles harbor. He could- u family. Thorvaildson sat down
n't see land and didn't k no w to a big meal of hotcakes, syrup,
where he was. bacon, bananas and apples.
A fisherman, Frank Donahue, of "Those," he said "were things
Santa Monica, Calif., spotted I dreamed of while I was out
Thorvaldson' s b# t t r e d, sea- there."
stained, 28-foot ketch Friday when
the fog briefly swirled aside. The C B idn
sails of the little craft, the Tahea,
hung limn in the quiet air. Chi uil i
"Need a tow? shouted Donahue.
Thorvaldson, gaunt after a rig- M: A A A
orous diet imposed by his 130-day l rse aVHos il
voyage said only, "Where am I?"
Once ashore, Thorvaldson called CHICAGO -(UP)- Joe Prince
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Torger makes a living building homes
Thorvaldson, in nearby West Co. but he spends much of his time on
vina, Calif. It was the answer to another project, a hospital foi
the prayers of his mother, wh o horses.
k d failed to resign him to t he Prince and his late partner
sea. The Coast Guard gave him up Stanley Bartecki, who owned and
two months ago. raced horses, had planned the
"I had moments of despondeq- horse hospital together. After Bar
cy," Torvaldson recalled, "but tecki died, Prince went ahead
most of the time I just had to alone.
sit there and wait. First he purchased a run-dowi
"It was pretty rough between 60-acre cattle farm on the south
Tahiti and Hawaii. The caulking west side of Chicago. Then he be
in a bow seam broke loose during gan refurbishing, .painting, re
a storm and I had to bail a lot, building. Now he has facilities for
And the turnbuckles on the stays 100 horses of all types.
kept parting so I was pretty bu- These facilities include a S25.00
sy." hydraulic operating table, an X
Thorvaldson said the winds oft- ray machine for therapy, paddec
en "were pretty strong.. some recovery stalls for injured horse
of gale force, I guess. and numerous other aids.
The winds blew him off course "We have a veterinarian here
and kept him from making Hono- all the time." he said, "but an,
lulu as he had planned. vet can come in and work. We
The young bachelor, who spent make all facilities available
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three years n the Navy as a quar- to nunim."



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MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, C..
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
DO YOU WISH eccAdloe pleet.
*d skirts? Flp evening Ai0t?
, Pneln- mrffling pay l*sI plate .
to be one oer the Cw Be Ik
is Colos. Also ma kems tlh-
Ipg, button q-d buckles ieyTr-
lagl. buitInIles yellt t and
belts. Apply= he 10.123, col-
nor litb ead liver Ave., only
entrance hBliver. MMw 2388,
Colon. ,
HYAMS end* MOSES, reducei
Piano Tecl$die(ene. .hme 2-
4843.

SFOR SALE
MiueeIhaneou

FOR SALE-I.ltf cluba, Irons,
2 wwedq andplatter. ad condl-
tion $25. Phtene -441. .
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, f t opening In pub-
lic, will be received until 10:30
a.m., August 5. 1955. In the of-
fice of Soprilntaendet of Stre-
houses, Bilboo, for estachhment
for tractor, booms,. boom and
lib elections, clamshell buckots.
air compressor. trane, gasoline
engine, concrete finisher, gener-
torsn. heater for joint filling
maitll. hotld, kttole, derrick
kips, adding machines and cal-
culators, grouting, lathe, sand-
Ing, and sawing machines, mat-
tress fuffing and tufting ma-
chines, owing machine, motor-
enerator set, Industrial mule,
electric lighting plant, punips,
",4l. sirehhllghts, tractor, car-
go and lift trucks end winches
located at Section "1" hBolse
Storehouse. telephone, 2-2720.
Inviti.eo No. 13I may be eb-
tloed fro the above moes, er
fiem offelS of Superlmsduat1 f
StorehousesM, telopho ,S 2-15.


OPERATIC TENOR Wilbert
Smith will be one of the ar-
tists on the program present-
ed by the newly-organized
Hall of Fame tomorrow night
beginning at 7:30 in the Paci-
fic Service Center.



ATE


Moed of us do now and then... but
famous antacid Sal Hepatica gives
speedy relief ftom overeating upset.
Just take teaspoon of spar-
kling Sal Hepatica in a glass of
water and feel how fast it relieves
nagging over-acidity.
F The mild taxation which may also
\' accompany its alkaline action helps
relevs the constipation that often
ocoumb when you overeat.
So be wise-get the economy-sie
bottle of Sal Hepatica today Have
It on hand if you should eat too
mucah. j

Take sparklnf

ISAL
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FOR KRENT
Aparmuaits
ATTrlNTION 0.1. Just wbel
2mode lrnb& ps- ptm.ntq%. .
Ph2o Posm -4MW.m


FOE'and..-

BRA10th U..
p. M4 .i. __


sena. pmoi, aft tIbe twom
bedroomS, nleflJl g loitte,
prhn, ge rage, ',et tlle
VistmrN., Obhrlo St No. 23,
"AnsoyirMi" BmA.s4 Se- Do
Caeti Avnue $. .b42. Tel-
epseum 2 1616 9meMua.-


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FR; RUINT: --gfm. user-
.1i ae-Modm. l.pehr-

lli'l' erc th,
a i Sy ; Ave.
P #'W11Phone t.%116 Pen-

r It e.
rlms T dM wrn slig- both-
room, large kitchen, living and
dining room combinatlon. Coam-
poe Alre. Phone 8-4242 after
6 p.m. Families without miner
children will be given prefer*
encus

FOR RENT:- Smell oportment,
just constructed Ih El Congrejo,
"Son J e Building." Phone 2-
3004.
FOR RENT-lI-bodroom sport-
me*, upstairs. furnished or not.
299h East Street No. 9.
FOR RENT.-Modern two-bed-
room apartment, living room,
dining room, Iaundr y room,
moid's room, porch, kitchen,
ga, hot water, pare., $120.
Via Argentine. "El Congrele.
opposite nw Cologle Lo Sells.
FOR RENT-Ap tests: SAN
FRANCISCO de I Cke, corner
Feeourth So rd n Futb Ave-
mue, gbeaid Masaorne. Coe bho



wv, 7th Stret No. 22. entrmnet
of Maemade Pttu Mre

moment with balcony in BohI Yb.,
to. Cell Paneme 2-2601, 8-12
morqlnag 2-5 evenies.


Position Offered
WANTED: Compont steno-
grapher. ebb to leka deitatoln In
Spanish end English, good spoil-
ing. Permanent position. Colunm-
bis Pictures, I web Morales
Avenue.

Joke's On You


the Hovet Implement Co. and
left a nbte saying:
"Next tUie keep your safe and
back dqor locked. Ha! Hanf

Long Wait.


HARTFORD, ConW. (UP) -
Mrs. Sarah' LIvett reported that
she was hospitalized and given
medicine by a physician for the
first time in her life after break-
ing a hip at the age of 10.


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1441.
,0-- Madamoder fcivenleft ew

Stahmel's fumbbed bones eomn
beckh at Santa Cm. Telephone
Thempen, Balboa 1772.
WILLIAMS' Sento Clre eskh -
Cottes-Rockgep,refrigeratiloin.,
2 bedrooms. Phloe elba3050.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mil
nt Colne. Lw rfe. Paname
2-1515 or 3-2015.


FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: -Niely furnished
cloen, cool double rom with pd-
veat both. Good neighborhood.
ums stap. Responsible party. Pe-
ru Ave. No. 35-19.

WANTED
Mieallaneous
WANTED: Sport rusmbout
bot. 18 to 25 feet long, in-
boord motor, tollet, etc. Must be
nice clean job. Phone Colon 52.
WANTED:- Mle Pekinse for
stud. Phone Fort Davis 87-262.


indicate U.S. Troops

In Austria Will Be

Reassignd To Italy

WAS I TON, Ju 2;5--(UP)
gaincstt Comm attac win be
reinforced soon by the shtft of
5,000 crack United States troops
from Austria to 2t~ay.
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ti
P
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In


oarum-iss a amanTus 1
fttt were' behp worked' 4i
ween Washington, Rom
aria, hbedquartets of the
tlantic Treaty OrgBanlti
The formal.announcemea
formant aid, might be
n a few dys.


r uwe
ut be-
oe and
North
on.
it, one
made


The United States and Italy
are members of the 15-nat'on
NATO, which is responsible for
allied defenses in Europe. The
U.S. troops would be expected to
go to Italy this fall or early win-
ter, depending on housing ar-
rangements.
Barring an unexpected change
in gra utrtategy, the allied ac-
tion will amount to a rejection
of Soviet Premier Bulganin'a
Wtlon this week at Gepeva
A (I TFour ,troops leaving
Austlal be sent home and demo-
billied. He Ityvited Britain,
France and the United States.
whieh has had up tp abouQt 15,-
bo00troops ai Aut aia, to "follow
kWit;"
Big four troops are required to
be out of Austria. 90 days after
the *ate treaty comes into force.
WDlplomate said France was ex-
=cted to complete Austrian
teaty action In a few days when
It deposits the Instrniment of ra-
tification in Moscow.


A passionately beavtful love sfory!. In


"CAPTM U TEQOT2Z


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WASWNGTOIS, July 25 (UP) -
The Committee at American
M +'i 1VilS .T @ 1O l Steamsip Lim announced si k
bi "t: .iis- Americane stoeant companies
Sare planning to about hil.
". -- lion dollars during the nest few
t.__ y n the "largest peacetime
bULU ( NxA)-.A "Com- Four dancers mass slaughtered ship replacement program in the
pm.- sW .direct Tokyo." one another with .battle axes and natio's history."
-T. net ..iiblints i e It u Lt a spears in an number. The commItee said the move "Is
S iiaW e of the C luah oGin ou The floor looked like a U.S. traf- designed to keep America's mer.
L.sid sirrreat i downtown tHoo. fie accident ..phtograph. chant shipping fleet up.o-date andI
au.- ut the Japanese in the audience compptilve with other w o r d
u. j its turned out to be spiceWd applanuded and whittled, fleets."
ih toe Yankee Doodle Da 7dy The U.S. tourists groaned. It said although the six compa-
iue. ... The domestic strife was too nies will take the first steps in
Te mistress of geremionies wa mnich like home. the program during the next few
Sall blode from Brooklyn who But Olerwise Honolulu's after- years, a total of 16 Amerlean
O.rP r show with a b. ssr dark life sla much like U.S. night- steamships will participate.
wnrlgl < 1 "There's-Io B usines club entertainmeat--too much so Of the 3 billion outlay, the six
Lile Sow Blualaes~ in fact. companies will furnish about 60
The Japanese chorus dolls gavel There were hula dancers, co- per cent and the government 40
it a U.S. twist in m are ways than nedlana and singers of Yankee per cent under construction di f.
one. They'twirled bato.is and even and Hawailan songs. ferential subsidies -paid shipyards
did the mambo. T At one spot though, there was and shipyard labor.
The six-piece band played "The an eyebrop lifter-a line of Japa- The committee, in the July Is-
Geishb Girl Blues." nese chorus girls dancing the sue of i"Martime Affairs," said
And the featured attraction French can-can. .the six steamship companies are:
turned out to be "direct from Las Another "Home of Japanese En-I American President Lines, with
Vegas" inateOa of 'tokyo-a strip- tertainment." The Oasis, was right a 175 million-dollar program of
per. Her only contribution to the in line with Hawaii's melting pot cargo and passenger ship replace-1
old Hawaiian way was tossing of the Pacific reputaton. meant.
orchids at s6ryecemen. The manager,. Bill (Massaru) Moore McCormack Lines and
In between there *was classical Pacheco, was a place.kicker with Grace Lines, each with bids out
Japanese daecig 'from a troupe of the San Francisco 49ers profes- on two new vessels costing be-
Japanese dolls who are paid, I sional football team in 1949 and he tween 20 and 30 million each.
was told, 0O16 a month and board. doesn't want anyone to forget it. Oceanic Steamship Co., w it h
"It's authlimic Japanese dancing The main dining room, where two new passenger liners for its
-something different," my Chi.- you can have "the best Mexiean Pacific service.
aese frie.-, a. Honolulu account- food in Honolulu" While watching Pacific Far East Line, with two
ant, Ka J Uke, told me as we dells doing the 0anbo, is deosrat- new freighters in service and a
left the ialL.Hawaiian Hotdl for a ed with autographed photos of third due to be finished in fall.
night on the town. U.S. pro grid sWtr and is called The United States Lines, with
With a 40 per cent Japanese "The Gridiron om.." preliminary designs drawn for
population, Honolulu has several There's alsb animated neon five new cargo ships for its North
after-dark whoopee spots with im- sign on the roof of the place of a Atlantic service.
1orted-from.Tokyo shows attract- football player kicking a pigskin.
Ing all of the town's many faces, There's even a Brown Derby in
including U.S. tourists. Honolulu-with Chicago style Ne- lRhe n Irm al
The Club Ginza was typical of gro entertainment. W '"
a grade C night club.. And a Sad Sam's. ch iwork
S e ul d 0 six. I I'm sorry I missed Sad Sam to Research NetworK
pee ban all stage with a e find out what he's sad about. May- R s
lted rnaY. The avdence was be it's because he didn't own the
k4oug,-a Itrae mb-. bar during World War II when LONDON, July 25 (UP) An
taur iawr sonoluls was the Times Square of Artenine expert has recommend-
da ^.,e te Wesxta e ol-t Heo mifhnetwork
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h baseball m manufacturers have stopped 'buid.
ha" l.ampinb. idgtg aht.eiht oesm .n The
is werefabulou but straighweight engines, sed in 15.7
s dance form of acting per cent. ft 4 cars in .85, fell
arakg tg J'of. men alit- off to 4V7 ptr cent of. the total
throats .hir wives and .market in 14 and was abandon-
s too bloody ev for dl omltealy tbhs year in favor
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nited Nations Educational Social
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The report, called "plant eco-
logy reviews of research," said
the Argentinian suggestion was
in connection with a project UN-
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search into the development of a-
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named.
UNESCO's report deals with 10
of the world's main dry regions.
PLENTY OF BOATS


CONCORD, N.H. -(UP)-. There
were 20,542 motorboats on NewN
Hampshire's inland waters last
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committee and wife lette are ex-
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Just Thougt You'd Like To
Know: Inthe past 25 years
there've been 3,400 meetings be.
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apreements, of these the Soviet vi-
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Secure In As niche Among the film classics of the world
is Charlie Chaplin's "MODERN TIMES," coming next
Thursday at the "LUX" Theatre, to delight audiences young
and old. Let the good news be repeated here is a motion
picture that is as funny today as when It was first shown.
"MODERN TIMES" la an unforgettable film-going ex-
perience which offer a rich reward of rib-ticking humor,
loud guffaws, chuckles and sheer delight Interspersed
with moments of pathos, Irony and deep emotion. It is
Chaplin at his best.
The genius of Chaplin emerges in "MODERN TIMES"'
to tell a simple story. Here again is the little tramp with the
baggy trousers battered hat and walking stick. This time
he is buffeted by the intricacies of a mechanized civiliza-
tion. As an obscure factory worker, he sla chosen for a
demonstration of a mechanical feeding machine that will
save factory worker's time. Charlie's helpless contusion
when the machine begins its diabolical cycle is one con-
tinuous howl. As a night watchman in a department store
he makes his rounds on a pair of roller skates in as breath-
taking an exhibition of skating virtuosity combined with
suspense as has ever been seen. As a singing waiter who
hba forgotten the words to his song and Improvises an
unintelligible series of sounds, he is again as funiw aa any
man has a right to be Don't miss "MODRN TIMES!"
Advt.


There Is No Society: Thoseae
famed blue blooded millionaires
and men-about-tows, John Perona
and Gene Cavallero, are summer-
ing on their neighboring ancestral
estates near Borgomanero, Italy,
where they both live more lavish-
ly than the kings of Italy ever did
while their respective images, Ed-
twin and Gene Jr., are slaving at
Their paters' saloons, the fabulous
I El Morocco and Colony Restau-
rant. Who says there is no society.

I Today's Monroe Item: Want ad
(in the Fire Island Villager) reads
"Dine with Marilyn Monroe at
Ocean Beach, Fire Island-rm.,
twin beds and meals where Mari-I
lyn eats. To Sept. 15th."
Wisdom of a White Way Wolf":
Never knock another guy to your
Ibabe-she'll want to find out just:
Ihow bad he is herself., i
lWalter Winchell Is oa vaestio.'
Back Sept. 5th.

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ducer-direetor-star teams in recent year beenrg
ed for Universal-Inr.ternationail's Prit' hrl Th -
starring Rock Hudson. Barbara Rush ad Je M
grand release next Wednesday at the CENTAL TheSt..
H'idson. Miss Rush producer Ross Hunter and director
Douglas Sirk "teamed" for U-I's critically acclaimed "MU-
nificent Obseaalon' and It was the sacfess of this -im 11t
roroted studio executives to bring them together
or "CAPTAIN LIGHTFOOT. ,

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skunk strolled across U.S. highway
10 near here. Robert Ferderer. 15,
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PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
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thanks to a recent Illinois supreme court ruling. Here Millie Stafford tries to pm Lee
Choa La Claire in a tag team match Milli's partner, Penny Banner, is warned by the
referee to stay clear of the contestnts until shenay legally substitute for her partner.


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SAmerinfSsle rratimn of a bicycle from.Newark to Abu- BUzNOB AM July S- Political observers resed tag tihe Navy Min istryaba l \
ginoeer will be held ry Park and baoc, so 10 (UP) The Peroflt Party, Ar- the opinion that the d i a tlee with ts own
: at the Diable Club-les n all tp attend the anual gentinas domnlant political or- appeared to sound the of t ." wit hc e
oun of te prdentt alsMu-e gatl a Maded by all for Per's plea fo a "e now think." the editorial Credit PoliCy
Sprespective anceCmpanree anen meeta to- trucepeae ad harmno in continued, "a that these people
AMA* M nodate Le IMets new"lders. uy ee by political and sholM not continue to harbor DEAL, England, July -(UP)
.-. -. Mariatello, who C de the e at i'ns i M lll= tension. lns, that General Pe -The ev. F. L ocockenior
SD same thing oMr a for r l 1o name P 'Withelsaire follow shal d have let the p to chaplain. at the RoVl Mrine
|-- T R years a o ProMMdential m toram Alberto Tel,- it, he o.ed down S the &eets on the nightof June Detachment here, i M
employee. aie, tlera Of the arty' hed itf Party 1 U ad let .them l (t LO.U. for x ( even
"a. e on4 and vbi prt teret te the tNe priee) of their dead and wound- cents) yesterday.
Whr- it Dloy complalat w thas de t4a1 anal "ui* a g party ed an the persons of their known "it was part of last 'sndaya
left he wasu ot owed to uNw the eMtlu be er ated f the over m." collection,' he coplaned. f
hil- new adn parkway and The at mettig allo eMl2 dtorial Igd the paelt-
et ed an d to take secondary highway ed an ope warning t "emamnca" a t a fetesi us t in t
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In. .uan Franco Feature Race


nS he m f u a
for -The dividends: -
Lf L at e rJuan tran- ,n
.W FIRSTRACE I
MauelVeasa got 1-OddeO Wonder $6 3 2.80.
IT It -front turning into e 2.-Welcome stranger d.60, 8.o0.
inlntrtbt t ayed off the 3-Forzado 1.0.
ftl "avidoI tu- ed

' us' of KGM GiND RACE
N*bT vut iruvi. eamo, 1-Grlau 1$380 2.20.
Irush iL rome- 12--Tr Blue =0.
0isbut ai stout-hearted First Dea n T.o!
S u... 50 s of iThe THIRD RACE
lPolr had 1-Justina (excluded from bet-
o diled tId I t
h fully 6 2---consentida W5. 5, 5.80 .M
0"B hf to the god. 3-Don Brigido ..O, taOu
the.odds-on mu Ci, .4-Don.Wends2 p.40.

o ro S 1-fded FOURTHs LACK
S s a s ef asort &Rd Il- 0 den 0 602 6.60, 4.60, 3.20.
wound I the four horse VUlarrel $4.80. 4.60.
field.p 3-Takeaway $4.60.
STiuat eeon choice IBW t FZlV"H ACE
bettlnD t~fr~tnW,4.8 40. I-Tingat $1.2 2.20.
The S1ptppMdb comddh 2-RedondltaA.30.
&d 99 consent a SIXTH RACE
001A -b 1-Joe's Fiddli ng 7.0, 8.40,3.40.
u&atltV9 5 2-La Enes $.60. 3.
in letftbc ~ n 3 -Lord Basur$4.40.
SBEVANTH RACE
', a 16 at f. iB-ar One $19.-0, 7.20, 4.20.
Chilean ace O Bravo oo ted 2-After Me $4. 8.
hope three winners to cop rid- 3-oreco $4.
S .--, ---Second Double: $81i .
EIGHTH RACE
1-Chlvllingo $3.60, 2.60, 2.20
2-Pebrerd H $2.20, 2.26.
3-Armador $2.20.
Quiniel$3a 2.
NINTH RACE
'U -Barlyon $13.. o.2a0, 2.20.
A.M-Albatros.$2.20, 2.10.
3--Be goni .0..
One-Tw _8:5.40.
1-TurgOt $5.80, 5.40.
dlfTj ^i. I~2-Posunovich 6.
J ff -ELELVElNThH RACK
1 -Petitse $7A0 4.
2-11Daniel $4 .

Pedro Tests Scores
TAnolH Ytory

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me out oftt lack HIIs Panama
swimmers Return
I was eloeto the lead playing The Jamalen trek and
par afbei fia snad field team which had been in
pear v dive .ina round, when d Panama *ine July 14, left TeO
l. eve tomen Aiport fehfor yes"
IntoOsgh. I terday morning at 6:45.
Mr body moved ahead of the th aleas appeared ignl
eid, el the face of the, rPnalanians at tis Olympic

he drtth wod Ti were huere nd an
the ball t travel more than exchange plan sponored by
19 t,-t, the lPanama, Physical Dine-
i up with nothing more" I ti1s al Smpo ItpfImenL
ass. A fuanmfntu war pol
twled are ndthe V=mass en
the face othe club Ia pet t 1hI Jma.ea, re-
WI, tuMn7 y.e-teu1y ft 4p.m.. on
"8 a t on the hol the plane that took the Jamal-
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the second double round ro nobbe t loss 87-79 t the
schedule with games at Port ai.:aviV t'., the -
ton and Fort obbe. now wV" seve
ls pt games, the le an S8-
Clayton, in first place with -s g Ambroot an.
1-1 record, takes on third-place
Army Alatic and second pla.e Cla o's big tak wll b st
Kobbe plays the fourth-place Tri. M Ag center, Tex Yar-
Post Troopers. the lea''s leadig Bsor-
Clayton puts a seven gaem.wn =- as ,
ing reaI the )Sin against st to ase
a -coi BushmasterB W a at to P- nl
the AULtl de. Lone bl o t M
the Cavaler record iU a 69-53 less At Kobb the Lif e wil be
to defending champion obbe on after a repeat of thei 64 hel


NATIONAL t4AGUE
TRAMS W L.. Fet. OBG

New YOrk ....51 46 .526 15
ANOTHER %FW TEENER Philadelphia .51 49 .510 16%
Jimmy Lovelad, 1. played sec- Chicago ......46 51 .469 201/
ond base and pitche for the Pu- 8t.LoulS .....43 50 .462 21
mas last season. Although one of Cincinnati ...41 54 .432 24
the smaller lads in the league, led Pittsburgh .. .37 61 .378 29
the regulars in fielding, making -
only one error all season while ac- TODAY'S GAM1S -
cepting 5 chances. This, along open date
with a batting average of .271,
was one of the reasons J i mm y YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
was selected for the Fastlich All (FirstO Game)
Stars. His continued stellar lay Chicago 000 302000-5 9 2
ing around the keystone sack Pittsburgh 26 20200-12 19
I ade him a must or the V.F.W. Rush (-7), Hillman, Tremel
Teeners. and Chitl.
Hall (1-0) and Atwell.
Skidding Toronto (S..econd ame-
a. Chicago 020 000 00-2 4 1
a-nil Ie l- lilA Pittsburgh 002000001-3 7 1
Leads Intern ll onal Jones (9-14), Pollet, Jeffcoat
and Mc Gulloug.
By Only Two Games Law:("4) dAtwl
S(1first Game)
NEW YORK, July 25 -(UP) Cincnnatt -104000 010-4 13 1
The Toronto Maple Leafs, who New York 000.201100-4 6 2
dropped four of six games to the Fowler (5-6), Black and Bur-
sitm-a ae Syracuse Chlefs in the gess.
S t Bve days, including a dou- .Omes (7-5), Glel, Wilhelm,
leader Sunday, t hei r McCall, Monzant and Katt, Hot-
Intrnational League leaddowa to man.
ust I two. lames over the Montreal --
I toRj ay (00ond GSMe)
k "ig itd Toronto to' d- l moti 100 -1 7 1
=o JaW redl6 In the opnz Nw York 00100012x-4 9 0
or Sunday for a 4-2 victory, e Colum (8-5), Staley, Freeman
i Lynn Lovengutha nd eth More. and Batts.
head set the Leafs down on e Iht Antonelli (8-12) and Katt.
r. hit In e nightcap for a 52e- o-
o T of Toonto's four (First Game)
runt came on hoiters, by o Lou Milwaukee 132000010-7 16 1
nmer, LoU Bwrbrst and Bob- Brooklyn 110007 00x-9 8 0
WilO. Burdette, Jolly (2-3), Buhl and
Crandall.
Montreal, meanwhile, gained a Newcombe Dessent (3-0), Er-
wit with third-place Havana, win- skine and ( anella.
ning the opener, 6-1, behind little
Pete Wojey and roppin t he (Second Gan
nightcap, 4-0 ai Pete Braono gave Milwaukee Oul 040 022-4 15 0
the Royals only four hits. Havana Brooklyn 20000&000-2 4 2
is seven games back of Toronto. Crone (5-4) and Rice,
The last-pace Richmond Virgi- Lablne (9-4). Cralg, R uck,
nians defeated Buffalo, 6-3, and Koufax and Walker, jI.
11., and are only three and one- __- -
half games back of te seventh (First Game)
place Bisons. In the other two St. 'ouis 00020Ot- 11 2
games, the Columbus Jets bet Philadelphia 1050000.4 .- 0 2
he Rochester ed Wln, -2, butPh Jacel.son (5-7), W ooldrd e
thE Red wingsto okethens.B on .a (5) Wo0 drldge,
t e W i a = e Smi th, LaPalme and Burbr&ik,
,I .oaterinthemn: ndn
ning roKe up the second game. Simmons (7), or and
Seminick.


III HR Parade

MAJMO L J3 LEADERSe
(Based iffile at bats)
uEAINGM BAt&RS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
lp yeradec1b at r IshPet.'
Alabur o Phls. o 3 V5 57 116 .2363
Snider, tdyn. 94 441L 68 113 .3-311
a'nella B n 7~37 49 .2
Post, Cincl. 95 y 7 6 118 .313
Klusaki, Cin. 4. 71 67 116 .3151
AMERICAN LEAGUE
IKaline, Det. 93 3781 306 186 38
uenn, Det. 84 354 60 116 .328
Smith, Cleve. 96 389 75 122 .314:
Power, K. City 89 37 5 112 .314
Fox, Chicago 94 M 60 119 .312
BOME RUNS
Snilder, Dodgers ........ 1
IQusewski, Redlegs ..... 38
ays, Giants ........... s
Banks, Cubs ........... .27
Post, Redlegs ........... 25
BUNS SATIS IN
8I0dt, Dod a ,.......101
a10",Phan ......... 78
Jensen, Red Sox .......... I78
Kaline, Tiger ........ 75.
luxewskf, Redle ,.... 72


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(Second Game)
St. Louis 000 000-0 3 0
Philadelphia 300 000-4 7 0
Poholky (4-5), Schmidt and
Sarni.
Rogovin (2-0) and Seminick.
Note-Called end of 6th, rain.


'AMERICAN LEAGUE
TVA$ W L iPet. OB
New york ,,..59 37 0 .--
Chicago ......57 7 06 1
Cleveland ....58 38 .604 1
Boston .......55 41 .573 4
Detroit .....50 43 .538 7R
Kansas City ..38 57 .400 20
Washington ..33 61 .351 26
Baltimore ....28 64 .304 29
TODAY'S oGAMI"
Open date
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
New York 0010 10000-7 10 0
Kansas City 008000010-3 9 1
Ford (11-5), Konstanty, and
Berra.
Dltmar (5-8), Harrtngton and
Astroth.
(Second Game)
New York 00'000002-4 6 0
Kansas City 00000000-0 6 1
Kuckd (7-4) aAd Berra.
Portoaorrerb (-8), GOorman
and W. hautl.
(First Game)
Washington 000 001003-8 10 1
Detroit 100 206B x-7 12 0
Ramos (3-1), Chakales and
Courtney.
Bunning (1-1), Birrer and
House. .
(Second Game)
Washington 200 001000-3 10 1
Detroit 000000 000-0 7 1
Abernathy (3-4) and Court-
Lary (9-11), Crisante, Cole-
man and Wilson.
(Night Game)
Baltimore 000 001000-1 6 1
Cleveland 100 00001-6 7 0
McDonald (3-5) ShallUok, Zu-
verink and Triando.
oeller (3-4), Narleski and Nar-
agen.
(Second Game)
Baltimore 000 101000-2 12 1
Cleveland 211000 10,-5 10 1
PaUca (3-8) Johnson, Brown,
DorIsh and Triandos.
Wynn, (12-5), Narleskl. Mosal
Sand Hegan.
S(First Game)
Boston 000000000-0 7 0
Chicago 000 004 00-4 8 0
usee (58-4), Henry and White.
Pierce (7-6) and Moss.
(Second Game)
Boston 100 000 010- 1 0
Chicago 010000000-1 10 1
Nixon (9-5), Parn ell and
White.
Johnson (2-1) and MoSS.


Third Annual Underwater

Spearfishing Tournament

Application For Entry
The third AnnuWa Underwater Spearfishinl Tournamnt
will boe held from noon Saturday, July 20, to noon Sunday,
July 31, In Panama Bay.
There will be two classes of diving free or skinlivinf
and SCURA (self contained underwater breathing appara-
tu).
Interested parties may make their application for the
tournament by fiUllar out the entry blank.
Clip ut the following entyr blatk and mall with 2 to
Canal Zone Skin DIvers, Box 434, Diabio Hts, CZ, before
July 26.
I do (not) have my own boat which I wil use dasin
the tournament. I will (not) use the Tal go aais I e
to Taboga. sm that arrangements may be made for idton-
al launch opace it needed. I do (not) plan to spend the
night In the La Reatinlg at Tabogs. My guest w be
(limited to one per contestant).
My pearflaingla ffaltions, if any ...............
Spearfhibdngx eperience: (where, when, how lone):
My dlvlng buddv will be...........................,0
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Sste lo inw sitsrek, 1 then lost to e G-
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Leualeo ..... 44 I 1 the National by a ding with e -Om. i

Richmond ....41 M 87 4 Are Prtado&fMitwer k the Y :aIS I-7r
Ehen lTERoAnRs 9--. CincinaiB tr Pl'a wart r er,in

oront losing homer were the big I- o ..
(rnt a 40me) blows, Bil RenPi and GIts fZirI ,:a o
Toronto 000010100--2 7 3 al' tagged Whitey Ford for bom. 0el I, I ,
Johnson, He.dl (7, vahr (8)doble head. lastIi
and Berberet; Spring and Hey- Al Carraal' three-run homer
maRochen. LP-sterhaon R-Lmmer,ster the bster hit Pierce needed or -
Berberet. his seven- a eout triumph and i I A
u--- Wlard Nixen pitched a g teady 10-d ue vI rd o L
secondd Game, 7 mnlngi) itter to beat Connie Johne bn
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