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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00816
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,.ua 27 (UP irA unced tnmt t Premier eTeams Seybald Inks $5,600 Check* u Iii
l ad COm'-unlit Pafttp &f NkTlao-ihIuphh WINlaft Brt r n FiglU rt

th eneva summit o ha baged t. oCoseShop To Boost Zone Cancer Fund 'I If
..I 4 ,a. toua h .
.te pkfjn*rnational rlatiM ." I .i
. t.i a minister said in rticular that "private diseuNen outside the on. I O OI W A hek for 0. a resent submitted at the July m ee J -
h r., FOWm" proved valuable removin g East-West mi trut. .. --... g 0 pe cet oifthei. buttons His successor to the. board lII
-.. m .. a - Pa.cific dm e residents a rereeirn the 18t CtMtc aJ Drive in made a t a later date. 7n ,ll-
to the Rse of hua certainly chand the te mee r oom had real led that tomorrow l be the the Canal Zne wd by
Bi a y tour meet- c toe of interntonS rela- va remove some of te day that they will be able to Governor John i. Se=p Monday Brockman received a unaiulmous
ai 'the meeting of t mistlust and, ai n spia n the famiy -pet to a conve- at the quarterly meeting of the vote for thanks for his work dur.
rnment *at Ge- "Private discussions outside has been= r ofour vac-cinat and .reg ation Zo Cancer Committee. in the successful 165 drive in
3( n dWh foi sO u he s. h lat"a for hs aIsnual meoulation .T-e check wilm be fowrde to wichn over 060 was raised. -
;bW UW f long. he A" fordat hs vis ned five nu sZ41 to $ 2.
Sa ginrables. th American Cancer oelety for Joseph C. Turner was nan i.ll
'." "_ ,1m. asins The vaccination team, which up the national program of research mously reflected treasurer for an- i
..... ......,' _ S S r- to date has visitedd five Canam Zone and education. other two-year term. o .-.
STo Dema d Reds Prove' w communities ap vaccinated and In signing the checkSeybold
c,1ted ots o Red Pr rogveteered a total of 52f dog s, warmly congratulated members The fiveyear extension of the q 0---
chanas sof waa operation today in the Pad of the committee and volunteers agreement \with the American
St- -t.o-- ..f O n~ the T- Bamkem o dOw = g in La Boca. i the drive this year for the out- Canoer s ocety, with which the WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP) The repr
Sib iriTy Of Peace M moves sto,^..1ts cuseadat Tomn team will have its standing success Achieved. HeZoe eo tltyele has"legeaffllt-h o
e Ge s~ne headquarters In the Balboa St a- called special attention to the co. ed.inee its organisatimo five ye o of. t Uted States Citizens Association of
S-n rorom 10 a.m. to 1 pm. and operation shown among the per- age. ,wa approved with outo am6 Canal Zone said today tha
S ofonab ecw-on e"from 3 to 5 .... -. ...sonnl of the various agencies. .eaL The agreement provides .
SJuly 27--(UP) Steates move to ease tensions. contacts between the Cnwr Last year e bo where 263 The community spirit shown in mutual assist ig t ance in the national rnment must spend morethan$37,000,000 in
i te t y Reaction in Congs was gen- nists and outside world there tered In oaia, drew the lare similar compeigns with enthu- im ement.the revised treaty memory
w d a-t edorally favorable, too.w as mention of the whole range attendance ", the rgs.aticsupport be I n g received.....
"-- b a e-n- t s en w -id to- gon.o v0t.r fon-vacc$ e m ftheom ompoento te b understanding. with the Republic of Panamad, pli-
in the day t there eventually m None of this orm ted o0ut.t re comi eans andt .othe R r an annual expenditures of $2,800,000 more thrn e .
B rlr u frleeta 51 bays Wo. a meeting with Red of definite ,a ociviliowevern and o iVr
freely he rshoweverthat Thurs~ be thea9t tons, said. Attorney La Vern Dilweg said he had
AAA jails. China at er t question ofday that oft residents. would be ad
o na. a level o rtite, r red T meeting of the Canal Zone W $ o res showing.those increased coSts to the UnfedS
st, o forThed eve ,Uted statesa ad Red lin.tower ad --tatinable to have ther pets registered The meeting f heCan Zone =tWahmlewduresusnowingo foseeincreasedoe ui
Salnef ro C. p ons l l nulf I one h operation i t um Committee pear one there and mmrnum
.atsmeita*eWk'gAmer1 ambassadors at Genev Mon- t defense minister o~ Zhu Regulations ei re that after the committee was formed In sevin. i I finally ratified
enese neospnst at deay.hov, the o Rusilan marshal told rAug.1, all dogs in the one must eral respects. Among the business
Gaa. Mr. Kleaeower told his news him of condtlons generally in be licensed or impounded. Thea transacted was the approval of a ATHENS Greece, July 27 (UP) He said the figures showed manlan save ent I
ASt plan for t Genie- c ftrnew tat the,. United the Soviet, Union the great de. vaccinations are given fr ee of five-year extension theagree- -Communist Bulgarian anti- that increased annual costs to charge t
A tothe being fe 7y States, at-he $Sam, o inr mieteo peace, and the new con- hargebut a $2 fee is charged for ment with American Cancer Socie- aircraft guns today were report- the U.S. government would in- the signal mU
Pradentehowe sere. W day,i be pr na .- cept of collectve leaderahip. for regaton Inc.; reelection of Leonard M. ed to have shot down an El-Al lude clatlo.
of e oio .ter earned wi* "stat1 to The Prldent o he got a. srocman assistant personnel di- Israel liner car 1 57 per- Annuity increased by $1,500.- According to Dil
f e seae h troble- .,tree i aied ng t retr of he Panama Canal Con.- so lnarinl at [earst five pr year to 1,930 000 Instead market value of th
0 U Al esas China. ,He rad tat ty had s as executive chairman of Americaemn~ta On. e present $4300 was ed a
h Preside aid one of the he committee and the treasurer's teon of civil service re. however n the
n biggest causes of tension be- campag of World War II and reort on the 1955 drive. R rtsIr Greek frontle tiremen payments voting $1,- taned. .
a teOnet meeting. tween the two nations is the 11i- s t of collaborate in f ei t th w gu ad. plane was en 000.0W Th t e of
*Bitln, Slt Bu" and legal detention of Americans by Berln.o h, C mol. Clhrels 0. Brue, Health Di- golng down in a torcd lanedig Lost o. rv e for the Unit- t r I the Qanal
othe were Red China. He said that uko wanted rector, who attended his first rrtory. ates result from disco olet beca o
f3 rald lfsre warm ran served notic today t ot ab conditiont i Dn Mheetm smce succeeoaing Brig. The' waAfter tinance of 0tain sales anl and m oraumim
ipp. .... o d not ",u- mu general ;but a ; W. .iLongfellowbenge ow e. hit by anti-ijerdt sheUs, services ssl y. amounting to The bt to the ,
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sinesmmen iPang-
terday presented a
to President Rl-
on composed of
W of the Chamber
a and Industries
ir views with re-
acting legislation
protet national in-
mpose higher tar-
nufacturetd goods
1e country.
nt suqggested that
m submit a more


r complaints and
Ep of businessmen are
ent working out thede-
t was learned, and will
their reasons for increas-
Le* on specific articles.
r also 'believed that the
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it -
nate Democ
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ul thou wa


firtomateaw residentt Ms-
nhower's unprecedented deel-
|on to negotiate with Pelprin
on the ambasadorial level as
one of th i moat significant
American foreign policy changes
of the generation. %
Foreign Minister Antoine Pi-
nay spelled out the significance
France attachi* to the decision
jn a speech before the Senate
last night. .
He aso brought up reeoenltion
of the Chinesle 'Comunista.
Like the United States, France
has no diplomatic relations with
Peleing.
Pinsy said: '"To be satlsfac-
Story, the-neeraglon of Chin
must be the result of a coO-
certed and unified decision of
the... Waeters pjeu.
"The government of France
desires eapeclialy to take c-
count of the position 6t United
SSttes In this respect."
"The government" be said,
"has studied for -a long time, In
fact for years,. the question of
the' recognition of. the govern-
ment of the popular lRepb-li of
China."


V -pent an hour. -bt whidi
he d Ws evident In the cona
duct of Soviet del on
where not one figure dom ted
but three or four conferred.
SpeakiAg in genvual. about
his impression of the con.fer-
ence, the President said, that
althoau it was not a ieek of
such gfbwino promise that it
could be said with certainty
that a an, e@ra 0o pma mnd
had come, nevertheless there
emed to be at least a bein-
nin of this kfeNd.
If we are wise enough, some-
thing greatr ieneficlal to man
everywhere may emerge from
this meetfng' he said.
The Preslpent volunteered his
general .comment about Geneva
at the beginning of his news
conference before he threw it
open to questions.
He also volunteered that he
had a happy' return from Gene-
va because his daughter-in-law
informed him that. she expect-
ed him to become a grandfather
for the fourth time about
Christms.
This rlovoked applause from
the auience-a, very rare thing
at press cOnfereices.e


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Faure Reveals Last-Minute Proposal

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N, ul 17-CtW) PARIAJuY 27(UP
leaders today I- fdgar f e revaled
Staoteer eong, preldent Zlsnhowt
it by Saturday aut-hbou proposal-th
deadlock and easgre
mratic leaders stillof te Geaeva 8mm
they could make nce.
d fe w Slans that


lAers realy expect the
D'teinsh by Saturday al-
y insisted they wert
tuifntfor a wadup then.
IMt ate . D. *n o eat

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').-PremIer week-long meeting with success.
I toaW .tat He -said it was a proposal by
er made a President Uisenhower'that per-
at broke the mitted settlement of the last
tue success difcledt .
ait Confer- e lsienower said he
was tl put an end to the
discussion becae the confer-
er also in- ence had to Imeceed, that he was
e Interview thus ateg to maket a concession,
s that he and that the lportant thing
4w avot a wal to kee the spirit of the
o tqe Far confeoce Waterwhus .to that
lCht Road rpults o ld be reached."
of Pa.idded responsee to
8i* "ft pefe settlement of
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P"it noW."
ut the 'apee ol4 Japanese
lehaer expressed ope that "n
the not too distant futux_ I will
be able to sd, someone.
A Kyodo xWs agency corre-
aso dent reported from P ping
mueday thate Ciou told two vie-
tin JapanesWe politicians he
hoped Hatoyama would send a
personal emissary to China to
"normalize" relations between
the two governments.
'Hatoyama indicatd to a press
conference today tt a decision
to take up the invitation would
depend on Japan's relations
with the United States and NA-
tionalist China.
"It appears that the attitude
of the US. toward the Commu-
nist bloc has softened recently,"
he said. "But it still Is not to the
degree of Great Britain.
"Oho Ben-lai's statement Is
worth study. But in view of our
relations with Nationalist Chi-
na it Is difficult to send a spe-
cial emissary. I personally am
not considering sending an em-
issary right now. I hope th.t in
the not ,oo distant future I will
be able to send someone."

John Wayu's Boat

Leaves- BsaNClub

En Route For (le
Actor jonn wayne's yacht, the
Hodie, left the Balboa Yacht
Club early this morning, en
route to Chile.
A former diver for the Pana-
ma canal Co. during the war Is
one of the crew members aboard
the ship. It was learned that
John Bennett, who worked here
years ago, will be diving for cop-
per ingots to be removed from a
sunken boat off the Chilean
coast.
The Hodge arrived in Cristo-
bal one week ago. This morn-
ing, the former skipper of the
yacht, Ernest 0. SafUg, left by
plane and wil meet the ship
when it arrives at its destination.
Former Navigator, Donald Mc-
Lean was signed on as ship's

Sheridn Youth's
Comdton 'Good'
Is ,fmm tdtee fe a skull free-
fcuJ uraVuult of a 10-foot fta,


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defender, .
, Jr, was
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W n~i~ r OW i mnMlrkM" to --'"^'* Iliw _-^*"*' mr, awB~ ...01 SOOOITtMH
a J WW and wes. Bly arf crltWd out wolld ac-
mae o e quie wmIwre, to wer .he vioaml cor-hn" fto Vt IetUn#th.. DUm weg
bereqired -W ie eim u ritnve the wsh, be2afte obtained:
..... ... V. o-er of t -le plane tell insid Red ter- The.net book value of proper-
the CIanal o my, wich W a I tory. ties to be conveyed to the Pana-


A CHECK B 15,A0.A8 for theAmerican Can.-er Society istbeing signed by Governor la'ybal.
as hoorary chairman of the Canal Zone Cane or committee. It represents 30 per cent of the
amount collated in the 1955 Cancer Fund drive. The remainOg 70 per cent is remained to
give financial assistance to cancer victims In the Canal Zone. The Governor attended the
quarterly meeting of the Cancer Committee which is Just beginning its sixth year of oe tonUs.
Shown above, standing, are L. 'H. Noble, trustee: J. C. Turner. treasurer; and L. M. Broekman,
executive chairman. Seated, left to right, are: Capt: Carl E. Bentel, Navy: Col. W. W. Nichol,
chairman of the-professional subcommittee; Col. Howard W. Doan, Gorgas Hospital superln-
tendert; Bkybold: CoL Charles 0. Bruce, chairman of the board of trustees; Dr. Eric Oster-
burg, chairman of the service subcommittee; C l. George Leone, Army; and J. Rufus Hardy,
chairman of the publicity subcommittee. Not present when this picture was taken was Lt.
Col. Hami lpn B. Webb, Air Force representative on the board of trustees.


Russian Engineers Touring U.S. Know Plepty


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PEORIA, Ill., July 27 (UP). man Russian farm delegation Ing equipment manufacturer in I
Two Soviet engjieers toured one and flew here from Iowa to see the United Btates," Soloff said.
of America's largest tractor the Caterpillar plant and other Soloff, a Caterpillar employee ,
plants today and it was obvious plants in the area. who was born in Russia and
tmm the stUa t wasn't simply Seven members of the delega- came to this country at 17, was
a tourists' "Junket." tion continued their tour of lo- assigned as an extra interpreter
wa farms today while Vladimir and guide for the two engineers.
The Russians acted and talk. Matakevich and twoeother mem- The two Russians, dressed in
ed like experts who know the bers of the delegatiq took a short sleeved dress shirts d
-tractor busoine and came to aide trip to waldt, Iowa, to ties, seemed to Ignore the "
find out everything they could visit the De KaV A4ricltural degree heat.
from the techniteal end Assn.'s hybrid coan nLt. When the others were ready
*They on seeing the '. to quit for lunch after hk
Caor eTractor Co. Theyt reoned t Aa.t party about threq miles. Bogaeh rsa:
"frfm beginning 'to end." at Laurens, Iowa, at lunch. "No, we'll walk backwards be- c
e Russians Alexander Ez- Ehlkl. ssistt to the fore we go to lunch."
and Nikola ogach fired minister in ge of agricul- They th went baek down a
Siarrae of highly technical ture Implement -0dctIon, and production Iue and stopped to t
f rons at company offleials. Bogach, director t- a uarm ma- talk with .one of wes
It I apparent they were chine and traetw r.po first Harold Garrel, ai .
a reeek information looked at 4fte ie tioned Ehiviski asked
Salready hqd. room where a makes many children. he.
Bdoat really have to its precision iga b& dice for Garrels replied 3
ter Alex Soloff tool-making. ki commented, ".ma you I
to know most They spentM Mt of. time ten more." OGarel a
already. They're inside, plying with taken aback by it W.
y s manufacturing q.OeNAML lThe B Sr Ao-RI
satomaden.u" e t about Moline,. M. to o
";s off JS -i they the tractor .' De- "
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maltoanane at a cost not glv-
Pluded th ncrea d i '
which would result .aUm
treaty and nemoranadn, ac-
tually the Uited tias o
mitred itself a building in |
amanan govrnt a ct ot 14.
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costreentorsluedw the an
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paratus at bork v
Glancing over the lottery numbers that have played each What makes this apparatus so
Sday for the iast few years I have run across something that dangerous is that it is not a cloak
ht be lntereaocng to the rest of you lottery players. Even bet- and dagger outfit. It is legal. It
Still t might nfluence Old Lady Luck whoever she is is above grou a nde. It heas ve
Man cause her to hold some of the ball o the bottom of the Harry Bridges and his pro- fo viet
et that gor some reason or another have been stuck o the high command real control of
S. these sla ndyboys Only the Armyld
Take a l ook. On Sunday, July 24 1955 the following num- Navy we antd Aour F ore can match r.. I b
beo played first, second and third prize: 8705, 5715, 3536. Re- the power wielded by the man
',- and70- will note that 7508 played in April 17, 1955; 7515 who has worked with the world o
d3, 19516, 361 5 on Dec. 5, 1954It 7852 on March 5, 1955; 725 on Soviet apparatus for over 20 years







St reverse these digits bac in forth and t won't take long anytime in he wants-in ands hour.
et. There are a multitudee of other numbers that keep re- By controlling just '1,300 work- I
Sin different sequence but th abovementioned prove m the longshoremen, most of ta
Swhom are Filipinos. On Harry's







IT- other numbers that have appeared -In various sequences order, nothing could more in or l
a exsnce0135 and 16mayep8. From April 10, 1955 until May 29, 195 there out of thm islands. He could.
w a totalof 77 balls drawn from the basket before a 2 fan literally make 490,000 people go
Anywhere in any of the three prizes. hungry. aphicale could pro-mmunitaled-
om MGlancing ove r the lotteru July numbers17, 1955, a that have play of 1 weeks a million dollar corpo parations out of







n't bend any ofa the the r e e prizes, business. Only our armtfit. It is legal. d orces
S stllItmisuggested thatht flu whoever s in charge of cutting the could breakgr him if those 1,300 hi
a to bed after each Sunday's drawing wIof the bllonthe bottomdraw of all the Harry Bridges and his International
Ae S's put that (or som n the arms of Lr another have been stuck to dy Luck or give them a L ongshomen an d Wreal control ofrehouse- w
Sthe islandsnof vitamin "ly." If they are out of vitamin "B" e m Union struck-and the other a
I Take a look. O mbInation are a sickly pair. Matter of fact, sugnum- N avy and r, eForcpple and allied b
25 ended the first prize ithat508n Panama's Lottery only once 1955; 515 on 2 workers t sympathy. the world
3 ,1 on Dec. 5, 1954 82 on March 5, 1955; 825 on Soviet apparatus forld over 0 these Fill-
t sr re-reaed thes digte bacaI n o on otterykhlong any me apanse --in an hour.esan St t
fogde to see what I mean by numbers einge seucs k on topofthe How? n I






In di Thfery w nows aby juggling figures Instead of hedrothelongshoremen, moJt ofl
meig comeuewt s ome th cause whom are Filipinos. On Harry'svBh





t Ntou lived to the Asiatic and low in- ulda





CdF p u y No.the come workers a -
al.of7balls drawn from the baketbeforei2p-The S ovieteers deliver to this f
where In any of the three prizesday. Bridge' powerful propaganda reading the late Majoie Kin- families-all te kids ad cats Another nerve center is the o le
March 12, 195 thru July 195 a total of 19 weeks machine never lets the native nan oafawlin's superb story, "Cross and dogs. In.a single day all the tel Trias, for Madame Mai of
Ss suggested that whoever sIn charge of putting the 4 wo rkers forget it Creekhose 1,3-a story of her sglehand small tragedies, problems and Tas is a keen widow lady who T
I d after each e Sunday's drawing withdraw of all thee2'in m Bridges completely serviceonl his ed asittempt at pioneering si the gossips pas through the kitchen s a plump finger on every real c
Sa thmn in the arms of Lady Luck or give them a hore n wor men.w and understood something of her dal about five minutes from time knows everything a t every si
sworn du ty. A great dealre of tal t was caused, when thuse pefirst the slums and to turn their ndrtood for the first tme little woman, who darts about ike
s three ins- combination are a sickly eir. Matterhan one fx- children into white collar workers. really, the euds and friendships As the only Americans ere, a bird, bobb her head at every. Ja
ended the first prize Ihe n P anama's Lottery onuly once in 21 workers n sympathy.m r rich a ake ous o livesto ea she flits along the narrow H
He get murdered. And that's eact the way i's worked out m cal to marriage advice. white in a common cause, the the people of P mi, we pre
ter re-readin bthit recapitulation on the Lottery I have pinTe, Japanese and Polynesian a






ed to give t u completely and take up serious work on the o pro-Comkerse against the scrub set America, apart from t he The social life is busy here, be co
Sl wich now ha about 1,000,000 in stray traveler or summer visitor cause summer is filled with saints' in
lvassets, provides doctors, medic lowin-e, We have pending some and the responsibility s heavy. days, d for every ant's day fa
PANSl minority bloc of workers every PALAMOS, SPA ing and cosr You can m ide mbeour sins ithe n a city; some friend has a small festa. uper
day. Bridges' powerful propaganda renf the past three yearris, and you cannot L ide them ian a T his entails an awful lot of danc. crle
mahine never offlets of the pro- artive finan awinishing a osupersose here. foreign country village. ing, fireworkday all the tel Tris, local wine, and a Of
e y rkers forkers waiting for of a spt it eed rec-a sord forf there sglehand- sm all tragedies, problems an d ay phones weddings akeend fairs and risate.dy wo T





pceupTeP aaAtiaMoto consult a lawyer--eag i it li not an opulent yreoandepV tpe-t aamjtseings, too. We're, retnin -twn;s gae
Sall of oran grove country o oriaan t my ears. It tak benere. 'com t o t e
ce and a g y ing shame, when a aug the ng-tock made whom are onest worsamenn Understo something of herdl about five mutes from time knows everything abt ever
Of fine a bunch of men as our peace officersIn pursuit of anxious to get their famtle es.out :2eme : :whthe community commission until I hear of an body.SheIs a round handsome he
swot duty. A great deal of talk was caused, when the first of tth eir d Indrstood.for the forut t y mei cd attle woman who darts n bout like undt






e thee etalcents occurred. I hear n d more than one ex- children into white collar workers re ay, e e os leashi As th e only Americans elace, a bird, os bbinmg her head at every m Jam
Sg bot murdered. And that's exactly the way It's worked out. e il rae e. it n a ona e et eoe bread, canned like we are giving the eeption. I ble
lrThe proComuff is eught wholesale nIee knew the name of any ood sent America, -apar t from t he The socre's nothing lik busy here, lving be
ri the mainland and shipped here. neighbor in an apartment house. it e as't got It, he'll get visitor in a small town to get away from tionts
sale on the maroviland and shipped icine, the coner the mayor, the fonr al. esps aibll fresh news factory s, aht for every shritsday far
here. butcher and his lady, the hair and gosp, ad provides a social endangered a joyful house across ha
StownoSn these worker may even dresser the carpenters and at cnter for a gtiss of sherry, bein the wnts an awful lot of danye
sealnto the office of the pro- are finalyy eversn a bod e here. foreign olisntry village, ing, fireworks, local wine, and ao"M






eable tony automoeo whol aeras and masons. I know al the sides. The sherry s free, ace whi
ae.) th workers g ting for g eee recordafor.these I Tf
T owcosult anlawyer-- i n o t m There andev ttmha p e ings an.dWfe ts d isol
Slum .e* eve.ny-lume 'Well. o9t h .lnd.Itp, too. We're. pretty c-n












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Indians
isahluit


/)O3 Don't n aid wait
for "Lady Luck" . .
Go adl meet her ...


:.-u PANAMA ArMhCA


SASSIEDB AM
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FO Auto workers Union.
There are several newspapers.
There are two public relations
offices, one for English language
-*.rations a d another for the
Filipinos.
There is an early morning radio
broadcast jo the Filipinos._five
days a week to catch the workers
at breakfast before they hit the
docks alul ld.
Therema fve-day-a-week even.
Ing .b In En teglish.
)every "a.y morning, the
Bridges crowdd puts a half hour
Japanese oadcast on the air.-
ways.
Al tils costs the leftwingers
some 2Mi,ai. annually.
Cheap emu!g for control of this
romantic mtary outpost. More
than that I spent byo..urists
across the bars at Waikiki.
Isn't that always so? The op-
position always works while we
play. If we want the western world
to survive, we'd better take some
time out a&d do a little more for
the peoples of the Eastern world.
Right now they aren't exactly fond
AM, as they go, so goes civil-
Isalon.

NO GRUDGE
MADISON, Wis. (UP) -
Jack-Baures obviously held no
grudge against the man charged
v 'th steallag his bumper jack and
fnidu rod. He not only agreed to
drp -tcharge, he also Tlet the
Idlesjdet MSA to pay the court


TAKE
SOME
HOME


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Hot pina breaks the iee at a
uartyv.


3Btter ti roll it in a log.


DANCING

EVERY
NIGHT


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TAKE

S SOME
HOME
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DANCING


NIGHT
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DeUleous Malted


ako
havi
mill
witi
ure:
lon
the
by
Ution
nan
caUll
to l
it i
lead
abow
of a
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" -c a W 'pr

I Wm ,- aga .o


tussei t yunt Ci ,'a. il partly f shortages i
np ofims, party leader .i e gods. They a eso sca
hev made a trip to C e a! sold o be bonA
ll, whre the ed Chnesarket- "T, cheek illegal tt ap
me 00eano4c demands phli t ice and black mnaretur
usia couldn't possibly filsand cMsuaier goods," wrote ?PrvFa
'so made Khrushchev realize Jan. 28, 1955, "the Georgian Conm-
iat the day might come es manist party has dischaget-4h
hina's 000,000 people t chiefs of the bread and gfosr
rn against Russia's 2000. chains in the Georgian Soviet
t Ih a time Russia will ed p e.'..Among the items
lends. l ed &a. sold on the. black marlse
are .shoes, sweaters, furniture,
Russia's Weaknesses spirits, radios, cars, cars, cloth,
farm products coats enamelware
KhruShehev also found that Rus. s *nd movie-theatre tickets
a was in no position to risk a -
ar or stand up in any tough way Khrushchev's Big Risk-It was
ainst the west, despite its a- to relieve food shortages that
azing psegress in planes and party leader Kbrushebev launched
guided missiles. the big collective fam program.
European diplomats have made, Sending thousands of tractors to
careful study of Russian weak- Ceitral Russia plus office work-
esses, and perhaps the best aun- ert and city slickers who knew
wer to the Kremlin's diplomaetic little about. farming, Khrushchev
rength or lack of it is to look decided to get ood !putioU-
the results of that study. or else... To somlne etnt he se-
Amazing frankness here t, needed. But what he couldn't con-
art of it, taken from the amazing. trol *as. the weather and the nat-
frank statement of Soviet lead- ural die of very farm-r whoet
rs themselves... ."Some party er 4i. Iowa pr Kazbekemtan to
aders have acquired the habit work tfr himself.
talking only about successes.
*ey avoid discussions of short-. On the other asnd, the U.S. mil-
mings and difficulties," opined tary warn that Russia has ne.
B blunt new boss of Soviet Rus. elected Ier consumer foods in o.
a, Nikita Khrushchev, in a three. der, to h her military might
ur harangue before the Comm- and that -er military might makes
slt party's central committee on her the strongest nation in the
n. 25, ll5...."It is necessary," world today.
a continued, -"to cut down the
permissibly great losses oft
ain during the harvest. It is .-l
mpletely intolerable that delays l Jfll
harvesting on many collective '""'
ims have resulted in losses of
to a quarter of the standing a si
op--and sometimes more." ....
any officials go no further than T
king speeches and drafting r tes th laC t n ea n
tons on fodder and do not or.






I," He answered his own quest-rived aa the. emandse fthe
n...."There bav been cases tor the lOth ..tr of w pi on the so-
the machla and tractor sta llon fgar-fruitlers .tli i rl.
wing the gass oldest a dy
4 p, Hefa gie e t mio e 4
ms rtin a Pn After the lat meeting, on
ig a w i July 15, Mathumot q ad t.he
n receiving bo or W, Russians had refu sa to consld
le the a on the col ve er Japanesew emanaaor there-
rs remained ungather~d l turn of war prlsoners and alle-
se t W as ot racked 6or gally-neld territory aa a prelude
eked.". ."1 your name a a to t.he treaty. So change in the
N,11 Odated the' aldladed Soviet stand was expected to-
uh attle thed poet May day.
v2e at i0, J you hvedi neot me
k nor.'P Uder, to the devel I L ITTL EniI
h yourunase." And he fuoted '--'" "
s s5 wign bltt the Reds cow -
bet n s and is while ) -
beef cattle had been reduced .d
of course, the reason why- *S
icly, that Ruissian peasants, ; l(
ed upon te. sell their livestock < fLQ-
the state, butchered and ate
nstead../ Jo /
musing Ala PI:M Fg-'Slet
lers ave keen equally frankly I ,,. '
t osrhde, cu"ie. "Officials Gossip Is simlr a- ph ojp-
he buihg Industry," said the usuomll% egotive5 and after!it'sl
e baldbeaded aunt speaking developed it's ofret engaged.
ushchev, "have no reason to I j


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T.PtWKA 1Kan.. JZlv Y IT (P-


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Terrific savings on everyting...
ft's.astorewteid Sale!


Oxes
*A 1084
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,U.point wh
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w ith on clu, rher than.


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adeAIC gut. North W
to' rabevin. ao few
ets inthe abort muip hau
thu a ptetng South agalnit hei

At this stage South felt con
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Month reverextoanf th n e
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tlly subtle Towle Tuow...

touch of the fine ilver raft.
manship.
Spoons from .39
Six-piece place settings p.27


PRICES WILL
CHANGE AS OF
AUGUST 1st.


THE. i


aezr u
wind ad rtm Amye-
saonel td their de-pendent.
medical am, Is af-

forojl.S at Fn ay-
to--n. F. 'l d Ft- Dav. t ,
83d R edica! Oompa.
vn suW atobbe andt
mwintalned by a medical detach-
ment of 'the 23d Infantry Divl-|
alon. ft"e:nlt# -ace for WnprI

IFS11% is deemed beyond the
capamei ofa the di-pewary, it;
Is enito one of the Zo-
ratWn a orga
p orco0 Solp an the

units erovlde
nftTF fcat ao


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to onetine am.e uen Qeta
Gtbo. .She w a in along
a stree In ot Co wbil
hearing the Ilong
-a aa. se .ni..


1IN TIMES'

W AT THE WX eATHI..


Some were I(n wheelhairs or
Ibedfast and ad to be iarrled to
aet on era. Terrified by the
s-oke aid confusion, some tried,
to stay in their rooms and were
removed weeping and screaming
by firemen.
A few were taken down a lad.
.r from a third floor por.
C. A. yers, superintendent of
11 14%amid twohours Ater the
broke ou.Ri an i "we feel
sure allm ovet.oto added,

Adraq by ad
and itairwal -brought the report
al li ridet od -ge home had been
removed.


4 Boiling a m a be erp
from the M0 t Sthe d fo1ks
home as a op s read the
flames. It W ISeIed the top
fourth floor domed The fir,
began in Su et wIng con
structed in 13. It joined the firr:
section built In 1M4 and both ar-
connected to a large addition
which was' comped only last
year.
The roof above the home's in-
firary cola first. A big
naming chu oit tfel to a side
f the-home a igpited awnings
onm a lower 'floor.


w ..r.' WATCHCEN'!R.
161 CENTRAL AVPiUE,


MOe pgopl saTy mOney." And, of cour., they

EvIry Pmuy mg-evy busnhis. has wugab
tht cannot hi placed d anMy loag. Aid
what yew can't rptoe... you aigg prote.


Think of the Pms, sUver,
rei that hav been in your
mf fmr g maio. HoM
wafm at t km *a fin lad
.L AG


Topeka's firefghtng acill- "
le wme egaged. Ambulance;
roeS oE ug1t the city and nearat 21nk t th dems, con-
- Forbes r force Basetook theraea bl...
a" 7_xwidktImawI nfi to
adto an emergency tb ofirepundsotyouumust
e up Ip i nthe munlcapl au-p 16a* in, iam. Ar
lwlium by &a Red Cross. w y

Don't gamble on It. It's
Such better to be sfe than
sorry when you are dealing
S with precloua-, IsW LACz-

Casn.Weallmigadto
We adin ayou, wp t fyou
We can tellyouawhat your


risk and how to avoi it
And, if you, wwh, ve cm
daw you a b or a&n amo
lmu In.the va MoaIu, IM
that is designed epeciay to
kp you safeat from thdt,
nfest from Ae.


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OUT WITH THE OLD Outgorng offArs of .the Ft, OlaI4 ww .q
II I nc the incoming .tioket atp reoentftL tllqatow r orsmo ut ofn los, bi;,t
-IN WITH THE NEW. jcM r ... .. .
SW inright, are Mr lbarozyk, asita.t :adft ru. til
Mrs. Cushnlo, vle..prewident, and Mrs. Capdlzera, preeldit.t in oB"ff|81 r 6fl Mrl. .l.l.SW-e,
Murphy, vioeprslJiht, Mrs; Campbell, seso tary, ald It r. W.$e. treassf. tMM*
Ing treasurer. To the extreme right is Mrs. Hall, the entert-mWt h .n.fto"r AprHil, f..4Aw h ..
job of .akilng the ImtaH tion affair a graed spooes. : .. . ': ".


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thesra each grbet d *sa partner front among their 7intan ..qi. 4 I tevS. hotesps fr-- ...
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Oorga Hospital, Nrs.'C. 0.
Bruei, wife of Col. C. 0.
Bruce, new Health Diree-
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K..ennYtt Woodcook (left),.7
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iPrincess fuchsia
Prince of Denmnar
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THREE PATTERNS IN


TE a recent IhntEiation of newly elected officers of Bertrum T. Clayton..Post
HO EAND ; 7of-the..A ican Legion, Mr. and Mrs. Georpe F. Guillete (left) .repelyd
thf-'g:1|ofautiar fretrrlng .poit;oomm'i dr-and Auxiliary president Mr. and Mrs. David Hershaw-(right).
Co3ei al. Mrsn. 'n', boIn: eted. the'niw post-commander ahd'Auxiliary president.
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Prices are less than half of what these
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FT*- mvoxrnm.7&natdd- MlMr. Aton=' Pinzon at th*'Fwrt
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0 Your par Is to you an im'- w
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TALLER BAXTER e

SNext to "El Rancho" en
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Phone 2-2583 be
su
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,t lal
Nalaya Electing .e

Ms First-Ever a

Popular Maority

I BINGAPORE, July 27 (UP) "
More than 1.250.000 people of
the Federation of Malaya's 6.- bil
M0,00O population are casting F.
their votes today to decide lei
S which political party is to rule ott
the country for the next four a;
Thhe voters will elect 52 per- hc
M 'wh o will form a majority cre
i a the 98-seat federal council. co
S This is the first time that e- pr
J Mted representatives of the he
hle will form a majority in fie
Government which wil Ile- ta
ate and administer all but co
WM' portfolios-finance, exter- wa
7 affairs and defense-which te
- i e i iM the hands of the
tsh lonlal offlclall. is]
-. rstafport srprom Kuala Lum- ni
said there was heavy poll- re
this morning and In some C
-M 10 per cent of the voters fo
visited the polling stations at
Wh i75 minutes of the open- Si
cai

refoot Boy
e Ore
ith Green Feet a
C f GOJuly 27 (UP)--Chi- it.
l pieare looking for a Ly
Ir with green feet. ho
e barefooted burglar cross- ta
the freshly-painted porch pr
of the Joseph Valle home, Be
stole two radios while track-
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 25-cycle Bendix
automatic washing machine e.
Phone 2-3478 Bolboo.
FOR SALE:- Simmons flat
springs. cotton muttrss. double
$25. House 124- Gemboe.
Phone 6-170.
FOR SALE:-Very cheep, Rattan
living room et; bleached me-
hogany dining room set; dark
mohogeny bedroom set; 9-ft.
refrigerator; two mahogany book
cases. Phone 3-5366, call after
6 p.m._
FOR SALE: Cyclomatic Frigi-
daire deluxe 9-cu. ft. with
freezer, 7 months old $375.
Call 3-3580.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire deluxe
automatic dryer. 115/230 volts.
7 months old $195. Call 3-
3580.
FOR SALE:-Easy washing me-
chine with automatic spin rins-
or, 2 years old, excellent condi-
tion, $95; ogas tove Anderson,
good condition $50. 3-3580.
FOR SALE:-Solid maple, Hay-
weod Wakefield Colonial bed-
reom set: 4-poster bed, Mr. &
Mrs. chest, highboy, 2 night to-
bles. spring and mattress. Ex-
colleot condition $495. 3-3580.
FOR SALE-Beaeutifully design-
ed custom-made bleached ma-
hogany dining room, bedroom,
cot, bed, baby basket. practical-
ly new. Call 3-2739.


FOR SALE:-Custom made con-
sole radio-record player, ma-
keginy cabinet. National 6-bond
radie, W e b c a r record player,
amplifier and 15" Jensen speak-
er, 25 or 60-cycle, $250; com-
plete set venetian blinds for
Type 327 concrete cotage; two
metal Quertermaster beds; one
cotton Quortermenter mattress;
two mahogany kitchen chain;
one, Apex washing machine, 25-
cyele; wicker parch furniture;
one Templar 9/0 and one 10/0
Vem HNos fishing rMels. 5276
Morrisn St.. Disbl*.


LOURQES PHARMACY
m w le Carrssllia
SCASA ZALDO

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FOR SALE: Springer Spaniel
pappIle* 100% pun bred, tails
docked. Phone 2-3229.


FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALI:- "Homelite" light
pleat, 1500 wotti, 115 volt.
See ot H-2490 Bilbo or call 2-
2361.


Position Offered
WANTE1q-Exp riOnced wman
In Accounting a d 'AuIting
work. Only properly registered
end experienced people should
pply. Must also becompletely
bilinguel in Efglish an4 Spanish.
See Mr. Weland at Hel IWe-a
name from 7:30 to 9:10 p.m.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Station
Wagon 4-dor. I pauongers,
excellent condition, white tis,
radio. Phoae Panaem 3-1144,
from 7:30 o.m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-'52 Stldebaker 4-
door. Call 87-7150 or.aofer 5
p.m. Navy 3591.
FOR SALE:-'47 Cadillac fou-.
door, Hydramotic, radio, duty
paid. $395. Phone Curundu 83-
2246.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Station Wagon, brand now 1955
SFord Station Wagon 100 miles.
Balbor 2.400.
FOR SALE.-1951 Chevrolet 4-'
door deluxe, Power Glide. 1521-
C. Govilan Road, 4 to 6.
FOR 'SALE: 1946 Chevrolet
sedan, good tires, and motor.
Phone Navy 3475.
FOR SALE:-1950 Oldmobile,.
good rendition, hydamortic. ra-
dio, etc. Mut seil. Make offer.
Fort Dovl 87-42d8.

Help Wanted


WANTED: Cook. Must have
references. Machine washing.
Phone 3-0717.
WANTED: Young woman to
cook and assist with children.
English speaking, references.
No. II, Jose Gabriel Duqoe, Le.
Creste.
NEED:-Moid for general duty.
Cristinea building, upteain. Man-
Suel M. Icea and S0th Street.

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:- Male Pekinese for
stud. Phone Fort Davis 87-262.
WISH to purchase in good con.
edition a standard typewriter, ad-
ding machine and safa. Phone
Paname 3-4982, I e.m. to 6
p.m.


$50 Million Highway Program


Passes First Hurd i n House


WASHINGTON. July27 (UP)-
record 80 million dollar high-
ty building program proposed
SOemoMralt aa s substitute for
evident Eisenhower's r o a d
in, cleared its first hurdle in
e House yesterday.
The chamber, driving for final
motion on the bill, disregarded
vice of one influential Demo-
at to postpone the issue until
xt year. It voted 274-128 tol
t on the disputed measure at
rce.
The bill is one of about a doz-
major measures administra-
in supporters hope to clean up
fore Congress quits for the
mmer. The Senate has passed
i own version of highway legis-
tion.
GOP eengrsesional leadef
aid after their weekly confer-
nce with President EUsenhowo.
r they are "still shooting" for
djournment this Saturday.
But House GOP Leader Joseph
V. Martin Jr., (Mass.) said he
thaks it more likely the Leg-
ilature will wind up closer to'
the middle of next week."
In addition to thd Highway
II, Senate OOP Leader William
Knowland, (Callf., said GOP
tders hope to clear up thesm
her bills if Congress maintains
"good batting average."
Foreign aid a p p r oprlation,
using, minimum wage In-
ease, supplemental military
instruction. legislative apprc-
iations. soldier voting, mental
health research, customs simplh-
catlon, small business asslas-
nce, and international finance
rp. The military reserves bill
as setn to the White House yes-
rday.
Knowlan dicd not mention legr
nation to exempt producers of
itural gas from federal rate
gulatlon. The House Rules
committee cleared such a bill
r early House action. A Sen-
e committee has approved a
milar measure but no Senate
tion has been scheduled.
Actingt Senate Demo cratie
*ader Earle C. Clements (Ky.)
fused to commit himself on
whether the Senate will take up
e gas bill if the House pasnee
Senate Democratic Leader
yndon B. Johnson (D-Tex.) still
spitalised after a heart at-
ck. is reported to be exerting
essure to get the bill up for
senate action.
Clements said Saturday night
"still a good target date" for
journment despite possible dt
y on s8e 1rai1 Be s do ai
e statement after a meeting of
e Senate Democratic





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there are no tax charges, it can
go staright to a Senate-House
conference committee to ad-
JuNt differences.
The Democratic sponsored
highway bill in the House pro-


FARM A M

Agenda Interqal. do Pubioa~iotam
eC.l~ Ae. .
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FOR MNT3-2. -iW om vpart-
xmest with balen .of ae Via-
to. Cell Pnamai -2.101, 8-12
storelsg, 2-5 evemilae.
FOR RmNT:- FuiMasdl apart-
meet, centrally lcated, cool,
only to married couple. Phone
3-1405. /
FOR RENTs-Apartments: SAN
FRANCISCO de l Calete, corner
oortli Street and Fourth Ave-
nu, behind Macorena. Call be-
fore 500.
FOR RENT: Moderm-eprt-
menti two bedrm.. living and
dinI Tnoo, p rc h, kitchen,
maid's room, prige. For further
information plea call 3-4986
or 3-4282 Panama.

FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:-B .S.A. Star Twin
500 c.c.. upsweep pipes, hellings
bans, A-i condition, now tires,
$350. House 1-A, Phone Cris-
tobal 3-1707.

FOR RENT
Roon
FOR RENT:-.Nicely furnished .
clean eeel d I iemre-m with pri-
vote bath. \Gead eolghbwhood.
-s stoep. Responsible party. Pe-
-i Ave. No. 35-19.


Widow Of Snake Cult Leader


Vows To Continue Weird Faith


vioes for a 13-year building pro-I
gram totaling $50,477,000,000 in ALTHA, Fla.. July 27 (UP) She said Hensley had been bit-
faderal-state spending. It would The widow of a Tennessee ten "more than 400 times" since
increase gasoline, dieselfuel and prophet who founded a strange he founded the faith 58 years
other highway "user" taxes to mountain snake-handling cult ago in a tiny Tennessee moun-
raise an extra $12,423,000,000 vowed to carry on the faith that tain church. "Sometimes the
over 16 years to help pay for it. brought him death from a dia- bites made him sick and some-
The President's program calls mond back rattler's bite. times they never bothered him,"
for a $38,600,000,000 10-year pro- Mrs. Sally Hensley, 57, said she said, "but he always recov-
gram. The federal government none of the backwoods worship- ered."
would issue 21 billion in special ers of George Went Hensley
bonds to help pay the federal "have lost an ounce of their Calhoun County authorities
share. faith" after seeing him fatally ruled Hensley's death suicide,
The Senate has approved a bitten while performing his but Mrs. Hensley declared that
smaller, five-year program with dangerous ritual. "In no sense was it suicide, he
no special plan to pay for it Desciples of the legendary knew what he was doing."
other than regular annual ap- prophet mourned his passing in I Henaley's body was taken to
propriations. this tiny town In northwest Flor- the Maddox Funeral Home at
Martin appealed to the House Ida's pinelands and held prayer Marianna, but wil lbe brought
to accept the President's ver- meetings throughout the day. ibek to Altha for funeral serv-
alon. It said it "will not raise The 70-year-old Hensley was ices today. Funeral Director
taxea-it will not increase the struck on the wrist by the huge Woody Maddox said he had re-
federal debt." rattler Sunday afternoon at a ceived calls from Hensley's fol-
prayer meeting in an abandoned lowers in the Alabama and Ten-
FIRST COG R.R. blacksmith shop. He died Mon- nessee mountain areas where he
day morning after refusing med- practiced the rites.
PINKIAM NOTCH, N.H. -(UP) ican attention.
The Mt. Washington Cog Rail. Mrs. Hensley, who married Maddox said one of Hensley's
way-built il 180--was thetf rst of the prophet four years ago, four sons, Franklin Hensley, call-
its kind ta the world. It set the mid he was consclbe until the ed from Chattanooga asking
pattern for subsequent mountain. end and died saying "If it is that the body be returned there
limbing railways that were built God's will to take me, then I for burial. But Mrs. Hensley In-
in Europe. am ready to lay down my lie." iated her husband be buried in
I _ _- ____ oAltha. he said she expected "at
least 500 people" to turn out for
i H mD TUA I IDC #"tr A enivi DrAIITV JrAn 8 D i 1M funeral.


Mrs. Hensley herself led pray-
era for her husband during the
lay, but said she was not sure
who would conduct the services
today.
She said she had handled
makes with her husband many
times and planned to carry on
the snake-handinag faiths
based on an obscure iblica
passage whieh says "they shall
take up serpents."
Mrs. Hensley, originally from
rackson, Miss., said she planned
o go back to her home in Al-
any, Ga., after the funeral, but
probably would return to Altha
o carry on her husband's work.
Eaws In Florida, Alabama, Geor-
Ita and Tennessee prohibit han-
Rling of snakes at religious sorv-
ce&.
Hensley was "converted" whks
e was only 20 years old, his
Widow said, aad "received the
Wd from Jod to preach a
Is sISabg. Ip bhe work.-"


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"Pheme 2- 2 hedream.,PhewiJIloa 80$0. .


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THE PRO)EB METHOD of preparing a heaving line is demonstrated by Boat a
of the Navigation Division to a group of spectators who examined the NavIat Iv An
play at the Safety Field Day held Saturday in Paraiso under the Sponsorshigjja Parau
Civic Council.


THESE 11 LATIN AMERICAN OFFICERS ref tinr the-.. 14 Central 's South A
countries which presently have students atieding the USARCARIB School, Port. Gu6
nal Zone, pose In front of the mural depleting the school's motto "Uno Para Todes y
Para Uno" ("One For All and All For One")- These and other newly arrlved Lat AM
officers will be received by Col. John Joh Drvs, School Commandant and embers ol t
tv and Staff at a formal reception to be held Saturday evening at the lort" Ou e
Club. The reception will mark the beginning of a new academic yar at thec
School which in Rraduatiln over 4000 Central and South American-'offiers, cadets and
ed men as part of the mutual assistance program, hsa become for Latin America, -ie.
source of up-to-date military knowledge. The officers above, from left to right a*t (N
MaJ. Carlos 0. Vargas, Costa Rica; Mat. HUmberto R.,.Gonalez, Nicaragua; Lt. Gl C
Pra, Chile: Lt. Col. F iansco Cafeda, Mexico: Lt. Col. Maximo Zaracho, Pargunay
Francisco Oomez, Guatemala; (standing). Capt. Alberto Nuhes, Venezuela; Capt. J gIe C
ra, Nicaragua; Lt. Ernesto Cama&ho, Bolivia; Lt. Jose P. Almeyda, Colombia; Lt. Mare
Oarcia, Cuba: Lt. Victor Zabalma, Ecuador; MaJ. Armando Molina, El ISalvador; Capt,
Lainez, Honduras: Lt. Jorge Ruiz, Peru; Capt. Fnancisco Chavez. Mexico. -


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FOR SALE :-- d ke wtsW be.t-
or $60: U.S. Royalr 1. t 15
whitewall im t 1i 13:;
Revere .0-cybOa. ?r0lg1dr, 3
extra tepee $i~rP eire 1.
tan air cadlflimd ,, 20 viL t
$275. All pr l qaute Msale
and in good anedifim Phome,
uWl 2 p.m.. 3-0915; ed after
5 p.m. phone 3-35. .
FOR SALE: A. K. C. Cocker
hecker Spanrel sgetrd pups,
c2 ele. Coa 8ai42, Quortenrs
151-A Fart .llcg.


FOR SALL:--Germn Schnauser
A.K.C. registered hilkh, 2 years,
wonderful componle for chil-
dro, excellent broednlg, $75..
1-9580.


FOSTER'S COTTAGES: One aile
pust Cosine. Lw rtes. Pan'me
2-1515 or 3-2015.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Conates
Santo Clara. Box 435, alboa.
Phone Paneam 3-1877. Cries-
beal 3-1673.

Gramlich'a Santa Clara Beachh
Cottages. Modern conveniences.
moderate rates. Phone Gambee
6-441.


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Leso AuoiUr Notice
'A -e regular Kuuy Executive
ComiPttee mee og the Amer.
ican -iZon aux ary Unit No. 1
will be eld at 7:30 p.m. at the
American Legion ClUo in mt. A-
maaor.
Elks 1414
,ei s T'rdght
'The B.P.O. Elks No. 1414 will
hola its regular summer monny
meeting at 7:3U p.m. In their
lodge nome on La Boca Road.
A buffet and refreshments will
be served alter the meeting.
All brother Elks and visiting
Elks are mvitea to attend t b is
meeting.
La Boca CoUil
aeets 0ia 34g
A meeting of the La Boca Civic
Council waz be naea tonight com-
mencing at 7:30 p.m., at the La
Moca high Senool Mtuuy Hail.
Matters of importance to the
community wUL no discussed, a-
mong which will be the torth-:
coming oculation of children a-l
gaist polio.
Fort Clayter Officers'
Wives' Club Notice
The Fort Clayton Officers'
Wives' Club. is not planning a)
luncheon on its regular club day,
.Wednesay, Aub6. .ne reguiat
monthly business meeting and cof-
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lee will ta place on weanes ayu,
HoI LWLU --(NEA)-. Beach. Finally I guess, the natives Aug. 17 and ai members and their
mb ,. pure Hawaiian is plucked all the birds and switched guests are'cordially invited to at-
almost I an ieum piece- in the to flowers. tend.
Hawsuilt ai s, the mting pot Thle abseae o f sea g i an .Is' -
of the Pheifi..that's still stewing, eyebrow lifter for mainlanders. VFW Post
Capt. Cook fom even pure native The gulls so common on U.S. Meets Tomorrow
races ek in [8, but now thee beaches just don' live i Hawaiian TheV.F.W. Post 3835, General
-re Il combinations of racial wa er. Nearest bird looking like a George Goethals, at Cocoli,
strains the ew H aiian." ia found inland the and will hol their regular monthly
commonly called a- raterer bird.' meeting At 7:30 p.m. tomorrow
with taxien drivers H iia t
Ssis the aLike ouhr 23 Qualified veteran applications
IVe e gsoadhip will be received
It in order that t hey
d.
i C Kipu R and meats will be served fol-
o h te island th the s iorn p1-story lowil T the meeting.
Sometimes the d a w breaks Kaiulani, named er 1i Hawaiian
rather slowly and some people, It Princess who died at the age of 23 en
is said, eveb, leave the Islands in 1899. She was the most beloved Ifica' M na
covinced there is a Mr. Kapu. of all Hawaiian royalty.
It happened on the-boeach at -Soon Henry Kaiser and his
Walkild: A friend of Red and millions will be building two big1
Georgia Shelton was rubbing hotels and 50 apartments, each Bird-in-Hand Chicken Meld Is
Georgia's back with sun tan lotion, with a private swimming pool, on Tasty Pennsylvania Salad
"You don't mind?" he said the 22 acres he has acquired o n
to Red. Waikiki Beach. He quietly started By GAYNOR MADDOX
"Of course not," replied the buying property, i1 9 A49nd now ias
comedian "1I it's good enough.for the largest single property owner Bird-in-bad is really a town in
me. It nould be good enough on the famous beach, where land Pennysivania. It's an Amish .com-
for you." titles are as cloudy as trade-wind- munity. Mrs. William Rhoads,
S i swept Hawaiian skies who lives there in the second old-
No awall Is paradise aIn te days of Hawaiian kings est house, likes to make fancy sal.
to the ammal. Tiri rec- an act of bravery, or a wedding ads to go with the plain gut boun-
or to ai W 11 mea I to present or even a good catch of tiful, food she serves her family
ev lu. ama evacaticsts. fish could win a native a plot of and friends around her Early
s mea _- land "for now and forever." American polished cherry table.
Informality of dress is so corn- Descendants are still holding on Bird-in-Had Chicken Mold Sal-
aion ampon the teen-agers of to choice Waikiki property and ad one of her favorites she
HaIvaii that tisnot unusual to see living the lives of millionaires with now prepares with the new apple-
oticees in the newspapers of fabulous leases. flavored gelatin. Another favorite
forshal dress dances to be given h for serving with meat especial-
by clubs. The littlest fish in the sea here ly pork is Cabbage Relish
This means the boys are to wea has the longest name-Humuhum. Just So.
their shirttails "tucked in." unukunukuapusaa. The ones in the'
S song who "go swimming by." Bird-In-Hand Chicken Mold
pautiful ltis of ginger blessoem i (6 servings)
ear tion, mardeins or orchids eanes ande micels are nrvIsible
ead be purehsed from, sidewalk sthe ..native boy d gas when the One package apple-favored gel-
lei4n kps n Kelakaus Agvean Lsrl lays off the e-chmen r as atin, teaspoon salt, 2 chicken
behind the swank Walkiki Beach hour before docking. They've heard bouillon cubes dissolved in 1 cup
hotels for as little as 50 cents. of lattion, to. A silver dollar, hot water, 1 cup cold water, s3
(But a carton of cigarets in any of though, starts an aquatic riot. tablespoons vinegar, dash of pep-
the plus hotels sets you back $2.- per, teaspoons manced onion, %
0.) There's an amazing collection of cup shredded raw carrots % cup
The uitives can string a lel In fish in the Waikiki aquarium but a thinly sliced celery, 2 tablespoons
lIs. than 20 minutes and there's sign reads: "The fishes here are diced pimento h cup diced left
a Interesting story behind the purchased from the regular com- over cooked chicken.
floral peekpiece. In the early days mercial fishermen on their way to Dissolve gelatin and salt in hot
hay Were always made of feathers the fish market. No special bouillon. Add cold water, vinegar,
bad were a badge of royalty. collectors are employed." pepper and onion. Chill until slight-
'ly thickened. Fold in remain
""....ingredients. Turn into 1 .-qua
mChill until slightly thickened. Fold
in remaining Ingredients. Turn in-
to 1-quart ring mold or individual
molds. Chi untl frm. Unmold.
Garnish with escarole and radish
Roses, if desired.
Cabbage Relh Just-So
(4 or 5servisns)
.. .One package lemon flavored
gelatin, 1 teaspoon salad, 1 cup hot
-water, I cup cold water, 2 table-
spoons vinegar, t tablespoon horse-
: ,radish, cup finely shredded
..cabbage, cup.diced apples.
Disswlve gelat and salt in hot
Sweater. Add coldater, vinegar
and horseradish.'.'bf until slight-
ly thickened. Thetn fold in cabbage
and Pour into individual
molWh UnM ftm Unmold on
naisgr h drossiug, if de-
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ORDERS BEARINGS-Sen John McClellan (D., Ark.), chair-
man of the Senate Investigating Subcommittee, tells newsmen
private business of Air Secretary Harold Talbott. McClellan
in Washington that he has ordered full public hearings on the
said the public hearings "are In the interest of both the pub-
lic welfare and Secretary Talbott himself."


"MODERN TIMES"

CHARLES CHAPLIN COMEDY HIT, SHOWING
TOMORROW AT THE LUX THEATRE!
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In pre-World War II France, Belgium and the Nether-
lands, a poll was taken in leading newspapers on the ques-
tion: If seven world famous figures were In danger and only
one of them coulo be saved, who would you choose to res-
cue? In every case, Charlie Chaplin, whose wonderful
"MODERN TIMES" open tomorrow at the LUX Theatre,
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WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP)- Eden, who was fore'in
Former Secretary of State Cordell during WorkI WarI 14 a0i
Hull was buried in Washington eat contact with H
Cathedral yesterday with prayers dent isenhower a
for the peace to which he devot- pressing deepestt rega
ed mugh Of his life. Hull's death.
Secretary of State John Foster Eden said Hull's "1i.
Dulles, former Secretary Bean A. and tireless e vnde vo
cheson and 2,000 officials, diplo- .Ause of peace will
mats anOl humbler friends paidfl- membered in Britain,"'
nal tribute to the Tennessee moun. Among those present
tain boy who was secretary of FrankR Clement of.
state longer than any other man and Tennessee membersM
in America's history. gress. Another tribute
After a simple, Episcopal serv- state of Hull's birth wae 4-
*c 1 that IHull himself requested of Tennessee, all n foia
two years ago, the 83-year old the word "Tennesee"ja
statesman and father of the Unit- cross it in red caatria
ed Nations was laid to rest in 'a Former Postmaster
crypt beside his wife who died James A. Farley who served
last year. Hull in Ruoseeveit's
sNearby is the crypt of Woodrow other notables were
Wilson, the World War I president r
whose vision of a more orderly huuh rfmn. Ne
world culminated in the ill-starredo nfloralpriecefos pfr eap
League of Nations, predecessor to prominent folks was a rT
the U. N. the Hull helped bring roses With 'a card: "'Mar
COMMISSIONERL BATES to life- ers, former telephone fatutoef
Hull died Staturday of a stroke the Lafayette Htel .
Scheduled to arrive on the after a long and critical illness. The simple Epscopal
Isthmus on Friday for the dedl- When he retired in 1944 because was conducted by the v,'
cation and opening of the Sal- of poor health, he had laid t h e Francis B. Sayre Jr., d*
vation Army's new hall and groundwork for the U. N. so sue. cathedral and agrad t
quarters at #araiso, L Cqummis- cessfully that President Roosevelt row Wilson. Ru twe ieqT L
sooner Claude- E. Bates, 'ttirito- called him the "father" of the had asked Dean SaByle to b6
rial commander for tha U S.A. world organization that lives on simplest type of service UpR-
Central Territory, with head- after him. The stubborn also had death.
quarters in Chicago. pushed his dream of freer world -f
Bates has been a Salvation Ar- trade to fruition in the nation's -
my Officer for 43 years, receiv- still-functioning reciproval trade
ing his commission in 19t2. At program.
that time he was appointed to Although Hull had been almost
the provincial headquarters in totally silent on world affairs in
Philadelphia and later corn- the latter years of his illness, and
handed a number of Corps inhad kept completely out of public
Pennsylvaniaumber of Corps life, officials and friends of high
Appointments to the Finance and low degree flocked to 'his
Department at National Head- funeral. Some who could not come
quarters and as private secretary alentmessages, flowers or person
to Commissioner Thomas Estilll represidentatEisenhower was r -
were followed by his transfer to president by enhower was v a I aide
western New York where he be- resented by is naval aide,
came divisional Young People's Cmdr. Edward L. Beach. A cross
came division Young People's of white asters from the President
secretary .s appointed and Mrs. Eisenhower stood be-
In 1927, he was appointed di-Iside Hull's flag-draped casket as '
visional commander for the it reposed in the central "great
Southwestern Ohio Division. chair" of the vaulted cathedral.
From 1935 to 194Q. he to over British, be isterAnthony
the duties of 'the X rTrk-k
TrahUing Colleg6 Pri cial and
In or4 became 1to: 6tA t .*
*US.A. eaaplerrifry.
The schedule of aunday meet- 'I 4 "
Ings: 10:45 United Holiness
meeting, Colon, 14th Street; 3:30
p.m. Dedication and opening
at Paralso; 7:15 p.m.-United
Salvation meeting. Panama City,
15th February Street.
NO GAME TODAY
MUNCIE, Ind. -(UP)- An ex-
tra stolen base was recorded at
McCulloch Park baseball dia-
mond. A thief walked off with
home plate and also stole the
rubber from the pitcher's mound.
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Mouse Club," which will be o
y hour-long show. This will ratet here
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s bme live. One part swasahalf-em b ofthesticky
ble to upset your household, be. t o a the and Sheree ad.
bgas it features a group of preo almted she was an addict.
cavort. They're called said. "Everyone does. So I suck
hpid Ser breath) o"Mousketeers," lollipops. It's better than smoking ,,. .~
r only that, they give prizes al the ,ue." f g PNOV 4W,.UN-.IN ...0. h
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ast," she said. "M mother was
a fan of Mrilyna M er. So I start-. -
ed out to be a ballerina. But I
realized I'd never get anywhere
that way, so I went commercial.
You know, bleached my hair and
W o ANDY! (CN -Radio) Ibe an to dance like thinwc."
ounhe demonstrated. Commercial


y oa herring ass wohne inI ou hu e word.
aur cream just because ea e e don't think Mother n des tood
Sallowance I send her -is pretty .
Disney is also working on 26,nice, so by now I guess shem, got '
Disneyland" shows, from a fat clue." -
o ofDesnourlads he s maue
ula~htr. The' biggest single el- If you would get an idea of what i- \ a.
ihere is a story oon tne atom, Sheree means by "going com. .
Fretod, the Atom," which mercial shive a look at her frantic
SiAbe the last of the ad. Before stepping "Ho to Be Very,
a oll> it will have taken two Very Popular," a movie in which .I
a2M 100 artists to funsh. she demonstrates.
IABC metalso has shows coming Sheree has no illusions about
*GM, but nothing e!efanite on her ability. She realizes that atN
so yet. It looks lke a good the moment she's not an actress. .
a for the networ. n this picturelax, she goes through
h most of it hypnotized, which
FA EW FAST FACTS: Robert doesn't taa her talents. But, she,
iuag is quietly putting together says, if it looks like she'll be do-
i Western show, wca he d trying more actinorg, she thinks maybe
t sometime durjg his next she'll take some acting lessons.
uan of ratherr ows Best." Meanwh9e, she's studying mod-
.Dinah Siore doesn't want to er danc. To relax, she lkes
any more movies-unless she jass and jumping over hurdles. .
ray the lead JA "The King Ike h.an a Favorite track, near Los
Sf" . .Mardy Monroe may Angeles, here she goes but she ,
appear with Mlton BSerile on hit may have to change. Word got -. .- sx- _
Siv o awxt season., .. There's out and teeoo man people Cme
Siow Ia the works U. doWt to watch. wouldn't. ,
I .u3ta& ow files of the o she ay have to stick to
A tion.oshe .fnds another ... .
o Mr set for pce to' nrdle. "I buy them w.I'.s '. 4
S male le in "The Amazing wholesale," she said, with a wist. r d r -
e le," a new musical coming to ful glance over at the box on the
roadway in Docemberu. . am- table. ,"Sweetie Pie! 'Hot ld
| s y K i gch an id a.t golfer
Hfe t ic t arito eio4 1M DICK'S QwICKE: Graee Downs "
nJeloro to- terush will pe rk, anid f fe. y ,, *.,- ,
her cting debutt o. *.a we g their tOe. "Cant yet e t h e ' s.
i "Apintmen With Adven read?" she asked. "e," the r ;
| eon AuB. sa.. *id,%'0i we leqe to b 1, Ok/o#, l
neV-aer ,a a'w-, Ye Fal- ring Philip !
S along, yoell bei n to endlo
about how she IpU as TRABS LATE fW li s filled -b' bruise.
S lk e aST; 3 JOH D.:J-(UP)*- Mrs. t r h se
'r" to l*Narles Kn choe' atrimony im n Upin r w lou ld ae hisb home lws e new..
Ilf h blpee sI M instead of Siduatln from
n you lady-s eatU high school. But she vow some ?. L OClalfied. t the right el el
| A *_ prefers low la. day to finish her education. pther
ia .the Bilrl next w of three sons and three daughfers
i Was w as- l -and a grandanother-ahe received
In pi t e i.efts, her diploma along with eight oth-
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set to Roy Campanella's left phinguard. The burly catcher and
the National League's leading batter is back with the Dodgers
atper.having been out with a spur on the knee.


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The Palace of the


at The Races

MILWAUI ,E. July 27-(UP)-
A professor has confirmed what
many persons suspected all a-
long-you idan't beat the races.
PMofeassr Marvin Zastrow will
head hes Iathematics depart-
ment at Carroll College in Wau-
laeha. Wlsconnsin nextv fall THe


IN AGAIN i Byr
Yankee second Jerry
Coleman club after
being beaned yrd
of the White Pime
played at Chle Colemtan,
back in action ly one day
after .Injuries a declined
him last April, suffered a con-
cussion.


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Ag ainst UIsports Ton


, SI DA11, AtC~o AMA.' nu
t completed a thorough study Antonio Cards -
hrore rain for a mathema- - inert_
leo thels wViile studying at Bv ANTOM Oal aem n Is Stre seBusiness
Mirquette University at Mllwau- W a. .r CA 3e JOB STESMN"
Never up, never in. That's an CHARLIE seemed to be deep
Zastrow confined himself to old saying in golf. That' iou I had just expai
tracks and feature races. He I made this mistake two year. o him .op,setters were used to
L f this made his job easier, ago on the 18th hole of the Hindu ate at point while nets WON
Sadmi' his thesis was "ra-1Country Club in Buenos Aireb, rawn over the game. Thus point.
ex.PInsive" alr l the sam.e. ,and IteasilC would have cost me !ng dogs had a fetional useb-
The 2-0year-old mathema -u the ProteinrWol Golfers' Associa-.. rt-f ine pies wer developed.
clan started with the Bowie tion Champlg hip of the Arg on fhut fs sebtrs wert e de
tNgtlost year and wound up tine. I r "Ch .ie ft
the sea.on. racing newspaper I was Up A l to oay ia my se flo t - a
out Raling Form-was semJ Ylgl

sheet L po h IrW ib witha wege Hes orionbbias tite foma
to, e'..all alanding between. a and thaa"wer isnot too o
Wa the standard of back les the trap. 'spankis is quite lost.
d_44 tiS. .. squares of the .I Falqou is the answer. One of
dirnces then the number The result was that I took a 7 the necessary factors for hunting
f hors'leas. hd.NothingOna .. Anzaogothis par game with falcons is that it be in
worked. But M discovered that and beat me at the X1st hole. motion-birds flushed from their
wvnGinu' m. hd. of the. game I reflember bad shots that wer coverts or rabbits started from
depends on how many -_I ers due to carelessness. I was. oc their forms. This was the spaniel's
you can pick and how often you o00dt w strokes behind M a x part in pre-firearms huntin .
-an pick them-something any Faulir on the 12th hole of the *Hunters went afield with their
fan could have tol dhim. third Jond of the 211l British 0- dogs and birds. The spaniels quar-
Zastrow found about 46 per pen at ,ortrush, Ireland. tered until they located andd
cent of all races are won by out- T,,h r e issed a one-fot flushed. The falconer then unhood,
riders. About 55 per cent axe won thee ba ldin ai one oo ,' ed his falcon and slipped it to
by horsesthe newspaper nd- t ofthe hol pursue the flushed game.
rappers pick for win, plae or 'The face of my putter was a lit-
show ue too open.
Zastrow says there Is one fool- ,utted too nuickly rCharl sChaplin one of
oroof system-the old "progress- Don be.a e a on the Chles Chplin, one of
ee," system. This calls for the course but take enough time to rm a
'.ettor to double his wager after propel think out and execute 0 D E R
each lose till he wins. But this your QU .
nalls for more money than most RELEASE TOMORROW A
fans have. y cn e
Zastrow knows you can't beat
the races, but Ie has the fever A ___-___,_.__,.____
now and won't qIt trying. He'l
working on a secret betting for-
nstil right now. He says "It
might Just work."


LINOLEUM ou Ford Wins
a PGA Tournament


ie Largest Assortment
in Town

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NORTHVILLE Michigan, July
27-(UP)-A rookie P-G-A mem-
ber from the sidewalks of New
York won the Professional Golf-
er's biggest tournament yester-
day.
Dark-haired Doug Ford rallied
in the afternoon round to defeat
Cary Middlecoff 4 and 3 in the
scheduled 36-hole title round at
'Torthville, Michigan.


Only one other golfer-20-
year-old Tom Creavy of Albany,
New York in M1i ever won
the P-O-A in his first attempt.
Ford also was the medalist In
this tourney...and only three
other medal winners ever went
on to win the title. Walter Ha-
gen did it in 1926...Olin Dutra
In 1932...and Byron'Nelson In
1945.
eoth pros amnd their cram-
bling moment In yesterday's 98-
degree hsat. MLdeoff a
alight favorite beaseM he's the
year's top mon y-wfiaer took
the lead on tre fI fr hole and
managed to s b front for a


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I don't know any part of the
world where hunting is still done
in this way, but a friend of mine is
presently training a falcon to hunt
rabbits ahead of a beagle. His idea
is to combine the sport of beagling
with falconry to get the thrill of
watching andl ng to a beagle
work, and then use th started rab.
bit as quarry for is bird.
This business ,o1 falconry is far
from simple. It s first necessary
to check local and state laws onthe
possession of 'wMif n
and on the tlegand effor o oe
tnppi ws. The rit spees
Inastbe discen, a ald,. maony
hours -of patientwa witorkih we
IJolw-how are eeoim b p'
Adequate equipnt, uch as
hood and proer gloves for rotec.
Nio against telons, is sInM i for
carrying the bird. Training meth-
ods are strenuous and require in-
finite patience and special knowl-
ede.
edOne should not be encouraged
Sto try It for the romantic ale-s
involved, nor should anyone wml-
ing to read the literature available
and devote time and effort to the
sport-be discouraged. A falcon and
flushing-dog team working well
together would be really thriing
combination.

Shis greatest comedies: -

N TIMES"
AT THE LUX THEATRE!


The late Ignace Paoerewsw, one of me gipm mummumA
of our century, visited the United States back in the 1930's,
As he boarded ship for the return journey to Europe, Pade-
rewski told a reporter that his trip had been a disappoint-
ment. The reporter asked Why. "Because," answered the
musician, "None of the Chaplin films was showing."
Charles Cmaplin brilliant comedy classic, "MODERN
TIMES" comes tomorrow to the LUX Theatre. Advt.


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Atlantle Basketball League' .
Won. Lot Pet.
Naval Station ..... 8' 1 .15S
Olbraltar Life .... 17 1 .00
Powells ........... 6 7 .462
Universal Sports ., 6 8 .420

TONIGHT'S GAMES
Powells ve Gibraltar Life
Unisports vs Naval Station

By TKEVOR SIMONS
Already assured of at least a
tie in the 1955 Atlantic Basket-
ball League, the Tars will take to
thw hadwood again- tonight in
all effort to end honightin
char inryhoe hf

the team that qaugh. fire too
late in the aesapon ad arm now
eliminated from any chance of
p the bntin but H11
have their eyes glued on
second plae t .
Tonight's aofttll at the Mar-
g ta gym begin at 7 and fa-
ture forth first game a canttl
for survival between powerss te Wi
Gibraltar Life.Tas is a survld
contest because- the loser dro
all option on the oahsawlogp
while the-wianaer coat tw
tain some boei no matter how
slim, of wind u the
in a tie with NavaStafom. ,
Gibraltar and POW ei avi
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>W, oiIy Y. thYe k s it -I!S laelpla ,, '. -eork3 .. .... 41 .51l .4
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n %o#6 It eant assdered sa +tto trIa -o-. .; Louis -Al t: A | |.t
aa ..CIncl +. P ttnnaU ....411 *X 427 5 |
-^^^ ^ ^ ^^ N..^t^ .Pittsburgh ...38 #1 .384 20% lI
ByAne, whoJ. the Ame Is rrd of ctl ,thl -. -
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th3 1 laB*.g bp ok Frai. NansaU Caiy'4t r]-. mh .4n g i but on the bVW n gamSe of-a atw Philaelar eP a Mfwseea (1) Wt -at ,almofe (T-1 )
Y aksscued him last t ahasr ltr the B New Yo aticg (2) Chicao at New York
Sd a now rsu lat them, ith hnMed ut 1 its to win Pittburtghat UL. Loi (N Cleveland at Boston .
T*. year-dd am e he m --- opener, 94. -
White So Enos Slaughter's two run tri, gTE S R ULTs ( ht Game)
lckiLg tin se e n the gjaMpedlN.Y. Ala0 -001-4 11 0 D(e 2030101 002-8 12 0
s jo a weekim that. he defeat V Uti h m Chicago 018 0000 000--5 13 2 BMlti. 0020= 02 500- 10 C
ug al*thaw a roa d., e&. A Po t r "fl won Magile, Gld, Wilhelm Orls- Hoeft, Birrer (2-1) and Moss,
block in e path of Marty Ma- P first game since Jund th m Lddle (5-2) aD Ka t, Wilson.
riea's for s. ygi B err a pro- the op.rnallioued r de Ram s Hofman." MOme, Dorish, Zuvorink, Wight
dt ed t, only ar of the game rOlIsnt h iml .A. eth -. Davis, jafife O (6-5), Perkow- (0-2 and Smith.
when he e nected for his b1th SOy AlWse ted his 1|th hl o ki and eht, Cooper.
homer off Dick Donovan in the er in th first game. (might Game
sixth. Brune's line four. hit job Big Ia9 01Newcob a (Nigyhtm etDetrot 100 204 000-7 11 1
and third shutout of the season lyn racked ap his 11th dviterBrooky 1800000-4 aI timore 100 08040-2 9 3)
gave m a reco2 for the Ma C i ClnciatA 000 110 000-2 7 1 GarvOer (10-9) ad R. Wilson.
season and the Yankees a little 44, a v, e Newcombe (17-1) and Campa- J. Wilson (7-11), Zuvrlnk and
Smore cMtable twame lead ef,.fu.. b Dodgers.get t, .RuYl p a Smith, Gastall.
in the tight American a a e M1ue IN Ifor'aln teir runs in ae
. hsAthreesiinningsca l e ing t e Minarcln (4-9). Kllppatein,
Lramie .. S..tworusIn h ehSirald Freeman, Nuxhall and Burgess. (Twilight Game)
Like ai tw gastb be. man w -alk-a wom "ir. bY ROy Kan sM City 00 003 000--3 9 0
a fe am eso bewed Cm @ b.. Hodges n j (Night Game) Washington 002 240 10x-9 17 2 ,
~the pace whU C aW" Philadelphia 102 000 000-3 9 0 Boyer (5-3), Cecoarelll, Frica- Y Q b Ret NEIIa
In the Ped irSa, 5-1. eas-k F ul. .t. Dick L ttleeld hurled Wlwakee 001 050 00x--4 8 1 no, Harringon and W. Shant P -__. Jr., In ,
bva recor e- hitter w ie the PIrates to their fifth straight Wehmeter (7-0),.Negray, MA- Porterfie d (8-3), Ramos and --- Toda
Te w and $oup trai-W e m h Iby beating the cardinals, l rand Selnic Courtney. NEW YORK f (NEA) Kent The great jumper is far from
Te d olmey O'Brien and r '1 W "I Span (9-10) and Crandall.
3_r1111g hLa-. 3-1... ohnNy O'Brien and Geno pahnight Game) .Miller of New York and Camden, retired although he no longer rac-
ob 1the ts each homered Of Iose ansas City 002100000-3 0 S. C., a top trainer, puts young es. Every morning he's out with ad
t ,Ing, saved Cleveland LL AIrroyo as Littlefield lind Pittsburgh m 010 000 02 7 2 Washington 000 100 -1 7 1 stock in the hands of the Kest this year's crop sowinlg how It's at
afrom. 0 4 koh fe redbirds to six hits for h St. Louis 0010 000-1 6 0 Kellner (6-7), Go man And teacher, a fellow who knows what done.'
mf te was h bar. I.ttnum. St. Louis 0010007) -1 0 Kelner 6nd ard7 .toan and teeplese racing is all about. E e and Miller ho--
.Thei serters o. h inning to beat Pla- Arroyo (11-5) and l arnl. hea (1-1), Paseual, Aberna- l r raed $0,000 emple GWatbney to be
beAtng r twlce, & 8. g delph a, y* ou.thpwWarrea. thys More for 11 years and was always, in t.Bmont Park, Oct .21.
e 12-at opener, and 7-23 1i4ipahn gained his nitn ctoyu A gt Gam). fine condition. He is the greatest 2lkrldg often pops over a jump
heithetp.Boone double walk, four singles-s ae Y anplchae me tine ofa himselfeoas show n" t ynea
hme t e dgS ru in the o u an's two-ri double made Toft ChiMag ple 0 0 P Ntee8 e hoavin piee o al v35,2 os co the to a ne
thevr o f dr m e Braves l five-run. rally. ,w Y k, t eony Ger ha se a pinw hand p2 te ol.
Im a tol of four runs with two Alvin two-t single in onovan (13-4)anda n n o t ia is record i Jolly Roger, which te consi Kentller
the M2th inning gave h Giants a_ raced 20 years ago for a total of just turning 16, his.best
drove in. tw*4v.% runs In the decision over the Cubs Iho af t -000 pd' He taught him to. ride and
eap as ie Garer s in tcaojd back to tie the score at 44 Nhtthge won 95 per cent of his jump and along with Kent Miller,
nine its for his 1thvice. Al er New Y61tk has scoredfive run Game money min stake races and is still, Sr., he'll watch the boy ride. his
al hi his 3rd hom er t D the first int u Hank luer hit W L t. GB eland 000 100 000-1 5 0 17, fit as a fiddle and willing I first race soon after his 16th birth.
o the first game Bill hs nth homer and oe Banks Toronto .... 65 42 .0- 00021 -5 11 0 an anxious to go. He can't bear day.
ttle cone for his nth. t hisa 28th offGiant starter Sal ig- Montreal 4 .6 e iand aoll s Ntaragon MOS to se other horses leave the ste- At theE lantd up last
Th e two triquiliagave the Vi, He Had 5nothe08 48 .547 6 S uliva n 1-) ^ ia;n j hble without him. Spring, Elkrldge led the 'field to
twoi Rochesterrm ave m.h 53 51h .10 10e1 Sulli an (03!8) and White. Miller bought Elkr"ige in 1941 the post. The crowd recognized
Columbus 50 57 .467 15 for the bargain price of '$7,000 at the great L'chaser and applauded
Syracuse .... 48 57 .457 10 the dispersal sale of the late polo loudly.
Buffalo ..... 45 63 417 10% gI a im player, Tommy Hitchcock. Elk-
"Richmond pt... ,. .S th9323 DIVUall ,j 1 ridge was the first steeplechaser "Helooked as good as any in
ihe ever trained. the field," r marked an old-timer.
SES TERDAYT'S RESULTS
(second Gaune) i FV=N _.A66 ,|nn..
Columbus 4, Rochester 3
ao iDegot it heren h s illc,- ..I,.. ,, I r St i lrman S
See h t(Fst Game, 7 Innings) Rolls
eh ad "Rochester "MD150 11
i a;.a3 n Blo is o hav -W.he,
tweea.$. ., ph .1 .o t"m. e Tes-l 2 5 au t, been kicking around ia the lower
gateb hisper la o -o it ,ed-a -Dea l eat y ofbe t o the L mam. WF3DSal. 1.--81eat- reaches of wthe maternat\e a
day ht by his bein e r. IHUR-L-V Benson.f A L wgue this seaso, today stood .
fter h f l tu ft- Pclt, with .--3- out as real "spoilers" for t h e By JIY BR SLIN
distinction a a m eof he Flying Marines, Coleman got a (First Game, 7 1 nings) pennant-hunting Montreal Royals. NEA Staf( Correspolndnt f ,.
dfstonrtiuon as a mema r of theaba when there, Bombn called Buffalo 00.001 0--I 4 0 Montreal had a chance to take
fortunate bre ... m l likedMontreal 000 200 x2 5 1 over first lace last night when Gerald Sherrlek, 12, plays as if
him to their StPete nurg trainingK camp. Cay Y -Se ?as and Yewolc; Stanke and Syracuse eged the pace. setti the Peru, Ind., Little League has
Jerry and gave. I job-a second base. Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-4, in 10 been organized for him alone.
However, 's e was only a fleeting one for a leT T m, wings. However, the Royls, s lit Gerald pitches -and pla s t h e
mao ohet the -ht. J,.broke out again in Korea, an d u r w
When t h to flying jets, got the l (Second Game) a doubleheader with the esk infield for the league-leading Gi-
TedWilliams, seem glyold to golto back90 o Buffalo 20000203-8-8 0 Bs1.1,to remain one-half game ats and is making a shambles
recall from Uncle Sam nevertheless. Montreal 00 3 000-2 9 0 back o te leaders. the race.
Koare etok plenty out of Colmsatg. When ha returned t Mon treal0b oe oea gae and aig habe
thfoe nklen a unde weigh oMarlowea :4 Strenli;.Drysdal. T i the 3se. rlad i
tbase Ol Mi he kewsatf ightingies erate ly onaitteon d dDickens. ( 8) and Teed. LP-Drys e St~ rik euidueled D ukI te Ineit ti ed or lit8oui
last April appeared to have recovered his skills and his poise. hdale.HR-Nelson, Demeter 1.... e nightcap on gansecutliveery binnttin odt m tn.H i's
On Aprl*22lIn the St~a rum Coleman suffered a fracture of ba .55 it" grand slam
his left collarbo ne. He remained on the led til Te im. n run hoa by Steve Deter aI 5 ra
day and then came the beawingy To 010 000 1 9- 6 Rpchester tue runs bat In column, and ,
e alplay re t c,,and Colmaf cer- Syracuse 102 010,000.1-5 13 1s ado "d'.R, hasth most had run seed
tainly is one of them. Yet, kindly providence hasn't forgotten wing tok the opener 6-2 wi\ On the n as whiffed
him. He had a very close call inKorea. He had another one 0e at 0a ,thruai hoomer byna a,
when Byrd beaned him. Jerry had a narrow escape from a fskeull t aso b ut h hJet w on 7I
fracture. the*el-
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CARELESS PITCHERS MOVING TOWARD TRAGEDY MAR WAlut LRAdU ster only five hIts 1i the see.
I am fairly certain that Byr w not,throwing at Coleman's (Based on, P5 offiban at sias) n n s ( .T L
head. Nevertheless, there has been a marked Incerase in "care- Iu .0 brae it was r e' -mathtruble a n
less" pitching in the major deagues this season. The hurlers are Ae I-.oen1As, mit n hbi tnbe
edging far too close to a repetiti ch the Ray Chapman tragedy ASRRCANd LEAGUB e in rnd i s
of 1920.-- .- --a s e e, 95 37 ..358 0 'd leave th ym' .and head
Some batters, like the frequently aleked Ortes MI ia ,. 2er 87 s .3o5i8 s.e s i lahome t Chittenange-just h
vad thb strike none to the pointat In amtWmitieg e eum-,- h a h9o751 h.13 e s y t bthoe t IIt a Ihqt rd nevert"
age outfielder got It here ont his fa Visito h*nsBet, wAp u we .'lo f-, 0 0 313r er i i i
was beaned f Bob Grim. n. -.i2Mte 91 00-2 O. n weUaI ,a e I m E
1The Whieeex. threatened hP baNU Instrt the"llt o.e ss1-i. ohns
Iled out. There Isn't a real h afs W sI NAnIndAh4 LsAip Wte fh o ge u -reo het wasornhe san .ha fbere wd. E..
h .nh i 'is a teduS i 1r0 kto b Rto ewnrW. 0ap te r A d- eb tre. Wha t sn.
d a aor e cLme e htun ring l l yaac 8lus6a 0 358,1i .337 QUESTION: ef-d each i so os re sto be he e A t ar o
the dangerous. No fewer tdnOtO'nla, 740.510 tthe pitcher othrosasie thbse-w
y Os onoh eryoe 4 u aodsk- ,nidersenw 2 .2 2gr-p....ll
il wamyhae beenr at baye nitched tInthis math meider, *.A-rILs 34 bOrthm-s p .k 's a to o
when Byrdto beaned h er y h d n ar e e fr o a u ,a.-me1 ht a r Ipe. Whah isl
fr mere r Po.t, C --. . .. "5 co s ely tosse ar a m a-e-t-. a- p rodu mcle"lr e?- r De


c however d. ... t h.mat our f ans do dr.......02 w o. W s e. "8 T Char e- -see m o
'hOe r o"n the deld, hn a ny re d, thet roh dy day ua s, P ... .. m pt t e P. sr k w hr thes h e f
hore r w h eless, Mmere haao5 _a'king n__" th e b e r! anin ;e_, a_- lo,....... s.. .. i e Theeothan m inute. Ia.r yu.. t -t msie rs Itu lt e,

bateth e r de be rately on.ld O eh M if e .n n, .e .mi A. s o n t.e a L& th e ati h e an cJloy eedS- u .. .. o..tm_. ,. .
ce r Nt rom d oneh h urhis te am mates, i arl i n _i-.g 1 ,e Sn Droke _a aWorld,,1 way of-attend an c Wht fs .r e C oud he El_,- a.
ha ke d nahslte e d o r th. l at.oh.dyl.lq ..* nI70 mos the *P iorate e r dr e i n alw an e ..-.u s et wa W.Uet.s- eav eo
a ree, le o.f..s o h it la o t oF ?_we C.s R. ,... N or Le and- l e agume-ma rwh i h ( a. 2 sw, tger b. t h ti pe W h ati
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Cot l e g Isro te matr luo ke ban ll la t hre re hiYa n ees have Uift.. outFM. . . F' e UtelF4 ,A I
DQveho, lay, eh efootball.i bohemteo h -,- + y t. n1h1H gli
w n tf rmon e-, t rw at t another d es erar his ce hetns .rok i m-. l s heb se bl m e.. c, l_ '_-_-_"_.
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wWas e anotm e mho phik tourh Bamla ......... 123 y runs hs I Sn An p
a bemn-ball plotMfedfte tlr In l ahh- z. a ,S..... 1S0 Mckey MadloriM Series M ei c.1al C al. o
reJnFlortida. C. n. ** ill. t o*arm 1,9. .. I*Z taw,) Bita ,is on 1y
ad btrequenty the annual1 at the aPt a........... 11 A. P r. a lie too agi for Little
w rank ChanMe, first b of the Cubs, late Loga,. ......... 119 .- but thpar Grove,
otheYankees. Mak, .w4M "plate paryt ns -s M gter' ,ants to be a
20 tires. RWIM BAT IUTG OUT w akes. it. and It '
aN, bean-ball victims hv Ieeaped the gat- ( aed -.lleons) pl D-"l atter =to If he's left-. i
,m-.N a-bastll thae thelsea, weW W L Pet. DAYTONA 3BACH, Fla. ki r Not.
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WASmINTON, July 27-(UP)
.-President Elsenhower said to-
y he will make an intensive
personal study and decide
Whether Air Force Secretary
rold E. Talbott has violated
ethics of government in main-
taMing certain business connec-
tions.
SMr. Eisehower at a news con-
ference refrained from passing
any judgment now on Talbott.
The Air secretary was the sub-
Sect of a congressional investi-
gation for his continued part-
nership in the engineering man-
agement firm of Paul B. Mulli-
gan and Co.
Talbott appeared at hearing
of the Senate investigating Sub-
Vomnilttee shortly before Mr.
Slsenhower's news conference.
re told a reporter emphatically
that he does not plan to resign
u Air Force secretary.
Mr. Eisenhower pointed out
S two things:
1. That there was no sugges-
*lion of fraud or illegality In
the Talbott case.
2. But It is not enough for a
man holding office merely to
be Innocent of illegal activity.
SThere are questions of ethics

S'o 3. Eisenhower seemed some-
what saddened as he dealt with
the Talbott situation in his news
conference. The President spoke
S ravely and seemed to indicate
Sme sense of depression at
V having to deal with such a mat-
S% er upon his return from Gene-
The President said that he
plans to read every available
record on the Talbott case and
then he personally would have
Make a decision on the eth-
ics involved.
I indicating that he anticipated
So immediate change in the
tatus of Talbott, Mr. Elsenhuw-
r aid a decision naturally
rould be impossible while the
nate investigation is in prog-
es. Therefore, from the Execu-
i,0 Department viewpoint, the
matter is in temporary abeyance
4 ) mtU the Senate investigation ie
I Eded.


Meanwhile,- testimony before
he eubcontittee 4Atoge that
y. Qen. Herbert Brownell Jr
W as asked last January for an
A' lot bn 'a Defense Depart-
- .ent memorandum stating that
Talbott's partnership in the pri-
vate New York firm violated
no provision of the law."
The memo was prepared by
John A. Johnson, Air Force gen-
eral counsel, in connection with
questions raised by the Radio
Corp. of America about the pro-
riet of signing a contract with
Mhe Airm. I


Johnson told the suboommit-
tee, Brownell "expressed no
disagreement" with the con-
elusion reached in the memo
but asked for time to study it.
He said he never heard from
Brownell agaspin.
Brownell told reporters later
that he-informed Talbott per-
Vnally it would be "against pol-
irW' for the Justice Department
to make such a ruling.
"We have rather rigid rules
about legai opinions and we
eould not have given one to a
prlIvate concern" like RCA, he
said.


"FIRE," is the command and these cannoneers from "A" Battery,
504th FA Bn are right on time in carrying out their orders.
(U.S. Army photo)
*

504th FA Battalion Passes

Firing Test At Empire Range


Brownell said he informed -
'lalbott of this "at a social func-
tion" before he had time to con- After an intensive six weeks of
tact Johnson. He said Talbott field work the 504th FA Battal-
ien told him "he had decided ion took and paued their Army
not to enter into the RCA con- training test this woek at Empire
tacft" firing range.



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* The 504th came through with-
an overall rating of "excellent"
on the three-day problem which
tests every phase of field artil-
leky operations. .
The teat aqed particular em-
phasts on the battalion fire
reaction center and bit Murvey op-
erations performed by ti* bat-
talion.
Phase one of the test bean
when Lt. Col. Robert Elsbesy,
0-3 Sec., USAkCARIB, the chl
umpire, informed Lt. Col. ,
McKelvy, battalion commander
of the 504th, of the tacticAl alt-
nation. McKlelvy then Issted bis
order to the battery commanders
and the problem was underway.
The battalion moved into Jir-
ing positions and begam to blast
away at the mythical leiemy.
Phase one of the test is de-
signed to insure that an artll-
lery battalion can rapidly occupy
a position And can maintain
continuous fire.
This phase of the, prbleM t
run atinst time and the 504th
proved that it could deliver kc-
curate fire within, a fixed time
hlmit.
Phase two of the problem cul-
minated in a night firlmmis-
slon which tested the ilty of
the battalion survey. ee n- to
aecuratelv locate target. After
the targets have been p a-
ed bY the survey men; th e
direction center takes ;and
determines the firing dta nec-
essary to hit the target at m1lht.
The 504th scored hgh On this
oblem as well, with a onre of
0 points out of a possible 100.

BAIJlOA TIDFS -
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WASHINOTON,, July 27. (UP)-
The Senate completed congres-
sional action on a revolutionary
compulsory military reserve pro-
gram yesterday and sent It to
the White House.
It fell short of President Eis-
enhower's request for a power-
ful 2,900,000-man combat-ready
reserve by mid-1959, but he I1
expected to sign It as'the first
step toward that goal.
The bill, an Es enhower
"must.' was passed by the House,
315 to 78. Most of the opposition
came from congressmen who feel
its compulsory features are a
wedge toward universal military
training.
When it becomes effective the
law will force every man going
into military service in the fu-
ture to spend at least five years
on active duty and in the re-
serve. It will be the first time in
the nation's history that reserve
duty is made compulsory.
The Senate adopted the bill by
a voice vote after a few senators
spoke out*against the comoul-
sory feature.
Sen. Richard L. Neuberger (D-
Ore.), who voted from the ori-
ginal Senate bill, said he be-
eves now that establishment of
a compulsory reserve system is
not "advisable." Furthermore, he
said, such a step Is not justified
at a time when the standing Ar-
my is being reduced' In size.
Sen. WilIa= Laager (D-ND)


the lone senator to veot a-I
against the original Senate bill,
objected to requiring bompul-
sory reserve training at a time
"when this nation Is talking a-
bout peace."
Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (R-
Mass.), senior Republican oi the
Armed Services Committee, baid
that while the bill does not go as
far as proposed by the adminis-
tration, he believes it will be
"administratively workable and.
of great assistance in building
up the ready reserve."
The measure fell short of
president Eisenhower's recom-
mendations in two important
respects:
1. it eliminates present serv-
icemen from compulsory reserve
training. They may cut short
their active duty, however, by
volunteering for reserve service.
2. It provides for six months
active training for up to 250.000
pre-draft age youths each year,
to be followed by 7V2 years in
the ready reserve. But it does
not give the President authori-
ty to draft youths into the pro-
gram if a sufficient number of
volunteers is not forthcoming.
Otherwise, the bill generally
follows the President's recom-
mendation. Most congressional
and military leaders feel it even-
tually will offset reductions in
the active ground forces.
Chief provisions:
1. Every man drafted after en-

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actment would spend two years mon one million ready reservists
on active duty and three .years Into action in an emergency
In the redy reserve. without congreslonal approval,
A resy.servlstmum'at- pa required bypresent law.
tend each year 48* wekl drills Older men. with critical
and a 17-day flelM tradafnll pe- ski6 would be allowed to enlist
riod, or 30 days of field tJp. in the reserve, take as. monthsI
Inu. Failure to do so would of active training ant then be
bjeet him to recall to aive traferred nto the stand-by
servlee under penalty of oaurt- reserve.
martil. --
3. The President may permit Xro I July
up to 250,000 youths to Join the os n July
reserve directly if they. are not HART, Mich., July 27 (UP)-
yet 18 years of age. They would The Michigan Christmas Tree
be draft-free if they remain in AssocIation met here today to
the reserves until they are 28 or discuss plans to promote the
complete six months of active sale of Mehigan evergreens dur-
training and 7% years of reserve ing the yuletide.
duty. The temperature was expected
4. The President may sum- to be in the 90's.


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en'.by a decade of loItoWf-
ernment by the United, I tat,
Britain, France and JRuflt
They celebrated -.y eiarl-
. the red-whiHieen Aw-S
trhn foag and drAdA toun.t
with wine and bees ueWrd fore
In most cases.
AUll radio stations Interrupted
their regular programs to fashI
the freedom annmmcement and
.play .triumphal must Newspa-
pres published special editions.
Vienna resembled t0 city of
music and gaiety it used to be.
The treaty, which the four
governing powers signed May 15
after 10 years of haggling, took
effect when France deposited
Its ratification document at the
Kremlin at lunch time.
The other signatory powers
had completed ratification ear-
lier.
The four-power Allied council,
which had governed Austria fOt
the past decade, immediately
declared Itself dissolved.


Georgia Sets Up Anti-Segregation Line
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Where Sherman Started March I o Sea
ATLANTA, 7uly 27 (UP) -The today placing Chattanooga again th- way they are now; the Chatta-
state of Georgia set up a legal in "federal hands." nooga decision will have no effort
battle line today at the city limits He also hinted at a new cleav- on us," put in Supt. John Ember.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Gen. William age between Southern and liberal son of Catoosa County Schools.
T. Sherman's old invasion base, to Democrats which could cause fire. Nothing was said bout t h e
stem a "march to the sea" by the works at the 1956 national conven- wishes of the parents of 78 Walk-
Sponsors of school integration, tion. er and Catoosa County children
The city of Chattanooga has "I am not surprised at the enrolled in Chattanooga schools
voted to carry out the integration C'.attanooga decision to mix the last year.
of the races in its classrooms as races in school considering the But Cock commented that "any
soon as it can be worked out, in leadership in Tennessee, particu- Georgians who prefer to attend
compliance with the U.S. Supreme larly Sen. Estes Kefauver a n d mixed schools should move out of
Court ruling. Gov. Frank Clement," Cook said. the state."
But -the neighboring state of "It fits Into the national politi- Even before the city decided to
Georgia, led by Gov. Marvin Grif- cal scheme of liberals in the Dem- give integration the green 11ght,
fin, has vow to resist the order ocratic Party in Washington," the .Chattanooga Times aimed a
by all legal means, even if t h e Cook added. "Kefauver still has few sparks across the border,
public school system has to be ambitions to be president andi The newspaper said in a recent
abolished. Clement wants to be vice presi- editorial .that Georgia's steps to
These contrasting stands come dent. block integration .were "unbaeeva.
to grips phydeially at the south- "Neither has opposed integra- bie."-. .
er edge of COattan ga, which tion. They have encouraged it by It prtd rlytdigu*4S
Is the, ebrgis state iLne, their silence." for wtal'ut s W',4o fh teith-
Rossvilee, Ga., is virtually a Cook said bluntly that Catoosa re asipltin or "u.in sympathy
Chattanooga suburb and 78 Geor- and Walker counties, the Georgia with" the National Association for
gia children last year were en- counties lying next to Chattanoo- the Advancement of Colored Peo-
rolled in Chattanooga city school. ga, are ';not going to mix the rac- pie be fired.
.onically it was through misty eas." This is more dictatorship in
Rossville gap that in September He pointed but that under new Georgia," the editorial said. "Sup.
of IM4 Qeneral Sherman sent his state laws they automatically pression of legitimate Individual
army into Georgia from the fed. would lose their school appropria- erouns may be the rule in Siberia
rally-occupied bastion of Chatta- tions by integrating classes. but they have no place in our. own
nooga. Walker Country School Supt. F. midst."
First Atlanta and then the rest D. Leaker aid his board has talk- The Chattanooga school board
of the state were overrun in the ,d over tlh' crisis "like everyone agreed not to -st.'rt integrating
"march to the sea." else' in the Chattapooga area but classes in the schoqT year starting
While Georgia is of course not "we are not planning to follow the next month but to set up interra-
talking "war" Atty. Gen. Eugene Chattanooga pattern." cial committees to work out a
Cook figuratively drew a picture ?We plan to keep our schools p'.,n.
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West O-m = saw est
of, hope Ini -AUTOli",
deces today, but oWf iliCA
this divide land still
years Wwait before It.
reunflqid -or decades,
In any eve"t,.th
govornment.4Sg4 tI

would pled. Gilamsy to .net-
traUty, even If It meant &
longer .wit for rea iiatiton.,
Offlcla summed up West
German reaction to the finali-
zation of the Austrian stite
treaty in this way:
1. The Soviets refused for near-
ly. 10 years to ,Algn an Austrian
treaty. Then suddenly, for rea-
sons best known to themselves,
they signed. Germany may some
day get- a similar betak, though
none is In sight at the moment.
2. The Geneva conference a-
chieved the result of making the
German-reunification question a
permanent issue and ensuring
that it will continue to be the
object of East-West negotia-
tions. This at last, was a gain.
3. A settlement similar to the
Austrian one involving heigral-
zation of Germany Is unaccept-
able fl Inpoes.bl..


'Let the people know the truth aand country sae" -


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"When you amre en'at the
hon doeuvres you don't know
how the rmat beef is going to
be."
He added that he considered
the German talks to be at the
appetite stage and for thAt rea-
son he considered it premature
to predict how and whena.the
German question would be solv-
ed.


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to Patnma. Other distinguIshed
guet Il be,
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a quartet from the La B
Alumni Glee Club, under the di-
rectiop of Miss nlly Butch1er
and the blind student. thesl
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source of temptation but Ieven
occasion sn,," It was dile
idp Franc Hyland ofe
&wVy e-Aaan t diocese t
that some women now enter "
very house of God in indecent
moderate styles."
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sy.,at masses in all G ergie
eaUc churches, the bWs~h sp
-t because of certain styles n
l.T, "youth particularly, whose
ids are easily turned to vice,
are exposed to the extreme dan.
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eourm of- tesqptatla but eve
an occasion o fsi," BDshq My-
eland sad.
He urged Catholic women to
dress in clothes which "safeguard
and promote the virtue of Chris-
tian modesty" but sai d he did not
bean that they a dolt old. fish-
ined styles nor "lag ehind in the
st les of the times."
he bishop also a d "lewd
lurid" publication ad'in.
decent and suggestive" motion
pictures radio and television pro-
grams which provide "other ourc.-
- of temptation" for today's
young people.
He aled on parents to protect
their *ildren from "the corrupt
breath of this world. Jest they
defile their souls."

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