The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00817

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all the suggeon tathe preddent of the Silver Sm-
S e' Beefit AAieu hiannual report under
SMarch 30,. of t year, ad suhigqunt edIwrial om--
Aent n one of the local we newspapls, anot the posalibl-
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LOGAN, Utah. July 28 (UP)--
Pretty 23-year-old Mazine LloYd
alid today It was "easy"--al-
though you have to plan care-
fully-to cook medls costing an
average of only 20 cents each.
Mrs, Lloyd and her husband,
Howard,-29, kept a precise ac-
count of costs of their meals re-
cently during a three-week study
for the Utah Extension Service.
In a report released by the
Agriculture Department, she
said the average costs for each
person were only $4.28 a week-
'and we ate good."
Actually, Mrs. Lloyd Insisted
costs during the study were "just
about what we "Usually spent
while we were both going to
school."
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fr her bachelor's degree In
bhom e p aonpu at Utal" State
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Mrs. Lloyd is working as a re-
searchbr for the Extension serv-
ice, while the Army veteran hus-
band continues studies for a
master's degree.
"We're spending a little
- more now that our income is
higher," she said, "but our av-
erage is not much ever what it
was when we did the budget
project. The increased costs
come mostly from buying more
expensive cuts of meat."
Home-canned products like
tomato and apricot Juice, jellies
and jams, fruit preserves and
home-made bread-helped the
Lloyds stretch their food dollars
further.
For typical menus, Mrs. Lloyd
gave fruit Juice, hot or cold ce-
real, eggs, milk and bread and
Jam for breakfast and soup, sal-
ad, hot biscuits or muffin, milk
and a "simple dessert" for
lunch.
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"Our heaUh's god,"*. Mr.
Lloyd said, "and wi neither
; gained nor lost -weight while
on the project."
The $4.28 was parceled out
this way:
Milk and cheese, 83 cents,
eggs, 22 cents; potatoes, four
cents; leafy green and yellow
Vegetables, 33 cents; citrus fruits
Why is ao poor excse olwoys so and tomatoes, 16 cents; other
h more lovsh than a good fruits and vegetables, 55 cents;'
ome___ meat, fish and poultry, 66 cents,
dry beans, peas and nuts, 22
cents; baked goods, flour and ce-
"YOUNG AT HEART" reals, 61 cents; fats and oils, 36
cents; condiments and spices,
For Females During the three weeks the
couple bought nine auarts of
hemoegenied milk and eqoughs
dry milk solids to make 21 quarts
of skim milk. The 15 per cent of
the food dollar tht went for
meat and fish bought 212 pounds
of ground beef eight ounces of
frankfurters, 12 ounces of yel-
lowtall fish, two pounds or froz-
en fish, three pounds of chuck
roast, and 11 ounces of liver.
The nutritionists said that
from an ideal standpoint the
diet was short In green and leafy
Vegetables and in meat, fish and
poultry. But the whole milk, but-
ter, mararne, and yellow fruits
consumed by the couple iftade up
the vitamin A that a larger a-
mount of greens would have pro-
vided. And by using milk; cheese,
peanut butter, eggs and, beans,
IIIaddition to meat and fish,
they got enough protein.
The nutritionists said the cou-
ple maintained their normal
W Ueights of 175 pounds for the
man and -120 pounds for the
woman and were In irood health
At the conclusion of the experi-
ment.


"TOONG AT HE AR T,"
War A e r Bros.' romance
with music opening release
next Thursday at the CEN-
TR2qL Theatre with Doris
D and Frank Sinatra as
tepf.e stars, is reportedly
a showcase for blondes.
None could be more pre-
ferable to gentlemen than
DorIs, lisabeth Fraser and
Dorothy Malone, who play
alters In the WarnerColor
feature directed by Gordon
Douglas and produced for
Ibe studio by Henry Blanke.
:ori is a straw blonde
hi thd picture, Klaabeth a
tievrn blonde and Do-
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when toaay's Heand was, played.
Se, if you can spot the crime and
the criminal.
West opened the queen ef hearts
and shifted to a lowclu at the
second trick. Declarer put up the
ace of clubs, drew three rounds of
trumps and then ran the reAat
his trumps for good measure, *av.
ing the five diamonds In the dum-
my. South finally led a diamond
and took the rest of the tricks I
dummy, making the contract with
two overtrlcks.
Anybody who. can't point to the
criminal should get ready to turn
in his bridge detective's badge. Do
your detective work before you
read on.
East was the criminal, for the
hand should be defeated. East
should overtake the queen of
hearts with the king, just in case
West has led a singleton. This
happens to be the case. East con-
tinues with the ace of hearts, takes
a third trick with the Jack of
hearts, and then leads a fourth
heart.
When the fourth heart iL led
through him, South cannot prevent
the loss of a trump trick. If South
ruffs low, West will overruff im-
mediately. If South ruffs with an
honor, West will discard and will
later r ake a natural trump trick
with the nine.
The point is a very simple one,
to be sure, but it was actually
missed by a very experienced
player when the hand was played.
One way to avoid Imsing such
plays at the table s to become
thoroughly familiar with the idea
on paper and Eus be ready for it
when iLdoes come aleu-.


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Stop In and make your selections during this great event;


J'ine Sterling (llo ware


PRICES CUT TO THE BONE & BELOW
THE BONE
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Large Sterling Tray ...... 110.00 66.00
5-plece coffee A tea set
with tray, small ....... 185.00 100.00
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Pitcher ................. 4L50 29.00
Shells .................. 22.50 12.00


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on copper ..... ....... 32.50
Large Wej &6 Tree plate .. 24.50
Medium Well & Tree plate .13.50
Large Buffet Tray ....... 45.95
Bread tray ............. 10.50


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8-day ................ 27.50
ANGELUS brand, fine desk
clock ................ 35.50
IMHOF brand travel clocks
in leather case ........ 26.75


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14K Gold bracelet with 4 gen.
Topaz ................ 75.00 3J
18K gold bracelet, French. 240.00 12(
18K gold bracelet, Peuv*ian 98.00 6(
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Owiss Watcles

reduced up to 33%



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reduced up to 50%


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20.00

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Earrings from 75 cents
Sets of necklace, pin, earrings from
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Wgalian aLeat/er goods


reduced up to 20%


Moderrd equipment with pressured cables


Round
Trip


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trench limoges


China


Pompadour pattern, 12
place settings ........210.00
Sciaux pattern, 12
place settings ........208.80


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WEEKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORI
TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERIC
"SANTA MARIA" Due Cristobal, C.Z. ..... A
"SANTA LUISA" Due Cristobal, C.Z. ......A


* \- -acked four rooms in tneir elemea-
.* tary school. asked why they hadn't
| entered their own classroom.
"Well," one of thu girls replied,
"we thought if Miss Van Dualeft:
(their teacher) found out about t.,
asht scold us."
stat a Sonversati". It to quuB
all right, however, to talk to Ow
traveler If yoe dislike eating in
aflence and the other person
eeinm willing to keep the con-
Wersation going.
SWhen you apre ted across It sally easy to tell whelh-
Sfrom a stranger At -A table inr W'er wtot another person wants
a dining car you doM JIave to oto at-.


ulgust 3
lugust 10


WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
VEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
8.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" Salls Cristobal, C.Z. August 2
38.. "SANTA. BARBARA" Sails Cristobal, C.Z. .August 9
FROM U. S PACIFIC & WEST COAST
CENTRAL AMERICA
TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL, C. Z.
B.S. "SANTA FE" Due Balboa, C.Z. ........... August 4
'8.. "SANTA ADELA" Due Balboa, C.Z. .......August 4
FROM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE
WEST CA4ST CENTRAL AMFRICA & U. S. PACIFIC
B.S. "SANTA FE" Salls Cristobal, C.Z. ......... August 1I
*Balboa Only

PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
C ISITOBAL: 2131 2135 PANAMA: 1-0556-0557
BALBOA; 1501- 2159


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SFRE .AS LAUGHTER J3LF...
"MOD E RN .TfIM. E S"
STAATS TODAY AT T.THE .X THEATRE'


F* 1 C,


FeUCKLEfS AND Ii FRIS Good Start', M mrMr.U R'
THAT TW I4MMw! SLIurT Me Ni
,al wn __ w *o. ; u. t

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Enter, Goddess!


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BAKID OR STEAMID OR FRIID
Th most delectable fish


are as ped with Parayyl
- %. *. or wtOovorItner voarl oruappetie
S ..ol0 n touch of Pork y Margarinl
They're wonderful fried to a crisp
golden right in Porkay. Or beked
or steamed with luscious dabs of
Parkey. Just taste l. sweet golden
ea gP goodneU that mef olH through them.
AMd Parkay makes a nufrilieus,
glorious-taaing spread for UIred.
Enriched with VitamhinA. Nevergresy
L or Rot. Serve Parkay at every mel,


Another fine
Kraft product


Parkay
Margarine


8TORY OF MARTHA WAYNE


Walkout


ai aL ai i sKinow uy mai worE -anu amuna umg wieu
* Chaplin's screen offerings stand many of the unforgettable
moments in film history. A generous portion of those mem-
orable screen moments may be seen in Chaplin's classic
comedy, "MODERN TIMFB" which la presented today at the
LUX Theatre. Advt.


FLOTA MERCANTE
GRANCOLOMBIANA, S. A.
Announces
The Inauguration of a New Service from

CANADA-BOSTON
TO CRISTOBAL VIA WAY PORTS


BOOTS AND HR BUDDISR


WILL ST HOLD 1
UTTLE WILE LON
WS ~HEL. 9OF
gif R MOV


Down. Boy!


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SECOND ARRIVAL-


THIRD ARRIVAL
8.S. "AUGUST BOLTEN" ........August 14. 1955


GENERAL
CANADIAN


CARGO
PORTS


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WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR
AND BOSTON, PER THE


SS "George Russ" and SS "August Bolten"
Apply:

WILFORD & MCKAY, INC.
MASONIC BUILDING, CRISTOBAL, C. Z.
TELEPHONES- CRISTOBAL: 998 1760 2535
By WILSON SCRUGGS


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bother his afd'i &uapmeit to
im, naa. Sh lIr n Saturday
her fe the States.
the The aiagea d'Affalrke Ad Inter-
the im alBoted n receiving g u 1 t
last night but is uncertain of the
nl date--he-m liue -easineg for his


tna D'An-e e4Ro&s a 0 for A- wm- 't i"
this nresen A "chanp-a at which
SAnother pt present illbe diet of the atic corps
the 0'v"A 'e parsas." drink toasts two depal
(groups). kch.cempi Ia wjllnmeibers an express the ho,
wear robes different oddly in color meeting at future stations wit
from the B7of the other com- given tosirrow at the Erc b
parss. On Saturday they will be of France through the courtesy
able to have a dress rehearsal for Mrs. Lionel Vksse, wife of
the Carnev alfto French Ambassador.
The Camiwvalito (little carnival) To be -feted tomorrow are
Is held anUsally. It Is mainly for Marts de Gonzalez Sigui, wif
the benefit of those young people the Ambassador of Guatei
whose homes are in Panama or and Mrs. Robert B. Memmui
the Cafal Zone, but who are stu- wife of the United States Chi
dying abroad. in the last years, d'Affaires Ad Interim.
the dandse oflh "dapu1chone'I" has ..
been hei .annually a 'few weds Zwarfs Ad"a nle
before t3,.time of the Carnaval. Birth Of "a
to. Mr. aend Mrs. Eddy Zwart
S __ Brazos Heilhta'annmounce the 1
Large GrwM Of Friends of a son, Ewoud Cornelis,
CallTo yAdles Wednesday at Coco Solo Hsop,
At the, psaite seatop theJti MIrd Sea Brn
ed Stat- .ImBasry Ust:evem '10 eYFamly
large g p off'tieds el0led o fr. and Mrs. Noel Gibson.
say a~~t. M RMebert -e of ft. Gulick have announced
mtnger o'has been h cthiu h-i ,abk*h of their third son. Jay
the s5cllHM t of the Isthmus dhr-at.Coco.8oloeHoopital on July


Hou Slays Pay-As-You-Ride

$50 Billion Highway Program
-a-
Wm'GsTO j S (UPI when we need them ... without
-h S ipie aP killed Inc
i^ ay dw tlo r iB- Ri Ge H.allon (D-Md.)
I^ >Q..^B .W-'i^rday when manager of the Democratic
.at as -e._-3 M ",ked m4ea= -, 1 th, President's
i4,ir to-lt* ro qwuld edit thae taxpayera
2' *eidant XLWA7 l00,0u,w extra in literet
Bl 3-H 'h.Ad H =j4hat
hower's -.. **,- a nna u.7


-ej eb det' loft the-
The l .s heUI eW. t
SHouse h r.sWm5.




an pae I therfr "tiU


*a a sivoe" a ?an -.
mer fco
TheI bitwas Oneof the 'must"

Items on tie iedt spro-ad-



jouraeitent r ram. The n t
previ oulry tVpprh rowved a
rbalt sarer oP be ut minus fi-
a throue m alr l .their first





rogram..=ktP A" ..".
the Detbo rtn C 3w b aMea oa



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"1 the erae bitoul e Debiac
le~dora 3h o,0 r0-edfoo0n. ]ug
mefal trosg 2sea ton.hi dhar
a., to~







ion o.ea e thi -
Democrjdeq a*ReouJlm.tr -then









plan wreholkd rne'tied r yecn
mnded ay. tep lo r APublier
The presIdeats plan called or
a P8560,4W,000. 10-year high-
way program with mo]t of t t

federal snare ofteg tale-
d through 21 billion dollars
The Denratic bill clhd W.for
a$50,477A0000, 13-Yeem pro--





-am ,t oo e t
.And other highway fim
aThe tXIS ec actlOfV -- IL
lers who sad foreca stjust
before today's eusjtaoreft itn.
VlAn wocdbe A VgpM l AflerT-
3ectlon of the President spo-
Alaerty aslde fairl&fea
on theteath~mh




the VOte0MMiaye.
IMwewUP. h U to
kill th.e Rmtlrbgl. Otaer Demo-
crats jolhid n I reeo tMtn.'



ica* iAs-dead for' thtfpee..
it c an be reatl.dnext year.


-tttnfr~ waOto get roMISt

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M*r tl: 8x Sehootl
is *e~l f d p aapd the
Home for the a Jerusalem
will be held Wkdnebday, Aug. 3
at 7:00 p.m. at th e JSO WB
Armed Forces Service Center in
Balboa.
Special feature of the evenpg
will be i sae o0 items from the
"White Elephant" table, with un.
u4ual gifts generously contributed
bw the merchants of ,Panama.


in the eening. -Speeial raffles
will also be held.
Refreshments wiR be served
during the evening..
Tickets for this affair are $1.00
aind may be purchased at the
door.
Orchestra Dance At JWBUSO
The monthly orchestra dance at
the USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv-
ice Center will be held on Sumday
frqm 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 pmT.- he
popular George-Miller's Cbhe Cam.
bo.will provide the music. Decor-
ations and refreshments will add
a festive note to the occasion. The
young ladies of the USO-JWB will
be present.
Sponsors for the dance are Capt.
and Mrs. Louis ZisUl of Fort
Kobbe, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sasso,
and Mr. and Mrs. Julio David of
Panama. ,
Military personnel and their
families are invited.
(Centinmued en age 1)


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sltJV* ears hoea
Bfe b$be
new. *'s^ ent Add
tlsenh7 tosintewI
dtaen-aboi re taand
dren-paid, B, arbara A
and sum 4S!aieS, 3.
The aenhdwerl' only
John. is an Army major. He
transferred this month froa
Leavenworth, Kan., to Fort
voter, Va., just outside Wad
ton.
Mal. Eaienhower recesntf
coMpanled his father to. thm
Froa meeting at Geneva
pers0tal aide.
Barbara. lseahower has'
busy here this month estab
Ing her family in new-qua
at Fort Belvoir and spen
some time with the ehildre
the President's GettysbugI
ad Ithe Whlte.Rouse.


"WE HAVE IT"
II.FI Conlponets


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SALE SALE SALE

ANNIVERSARY

SALE


KIDDIVILLE
STARTS JULY 30th


Childr.p's DRESSES, back to.school
*B y DRASTICALLY REDUCED

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fortherly fom .113.95 to 35.00
N|OW .from 3.95 to 14.05


." DRESSES
FOR DINNER AND EVENING WEAR
formerly from 35.00 to 95.00
NOW .. from 10.95 to 45.00


TRAVEL WEAR
100% Woolen Suits NOW from 25.00
Summer and Fall
Suits 14.95


FROM ITALY
100% Pure Anugra
Sweaten and Cardigans
NOW, from 4.95




Finest


EXTRA SPECIAL
NEW NYLON HOSIERY


First quality
51.15
Pencil seams


89


Exquisite .'.
COSTUME JEWELRY
EARRINGS
PINS
NECKLACES Now, from .35


HATS!
for, beach and daytimiwear
coolftail, from 1.95
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AiVN B. I.

i TIVOLI AVENUE -BRANCH


DRESE .

FOR.COCKTAIL AND AFTERNOON WA
formerly from 1M.O6 t
NOW .from 7.95 to 35.00


DRESS SES I!
FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS
formerly from 8.6 ,o 1S'.95t-"
NOW.. ,om 4.95 to 8.
SL 0 US"4.

BLOUSES
Dressy or Sport NOW from 1.50
SKIRTS prints or'plain 3.95


SPORTSWEAR"
Shorts ............NOW, from 1.9 .
Te ao he.-l.... ," ag
Black. .5..... ....,., "* &. :
Bathing Suits ...... w


LI NGERIE


DANISH and MEXICAN'
Sterling Silver Jewelry
NOW, from 1.50


BELTS
in any colors
from 35c.


FOR COOL EVENINg..,""
1 100% lightweight
WOOL STOLES
white and colors
NOW, from 2.95 *


MAIDS' UNIFORMS
new shipment, famous makes
I All sizes---NOW 3.95


SORRY! CASH SALES ONLY- NO RETURNS- NO ALTERATI -
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famous makes only Lovely panties .......... .5020 dernier Panties,
From 1.00 extra large ............... .7 -r ...... Of .75
SD Pajamas, from ...........2.50 Gow-Slp........ 1.95
NOW, from 2.50 Gowns, from ........... 95 Paamas ........ .9
PLAYTEX GIRDLES 2.50 Halfslips, from ............ 1.95 Full-length slips .. 3.95


SPECIAL ATTRACTION.

HELANCA NYLON

S-T.R-E.T-C.H Panties I


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LADIES. HANDBAG4S
LEATHER PLASTIC NOW
STRAW FAILLE
in all colors $.50


LADIES UMBRELLAS
Folding NOW, from 2.50
French Regular Style.
PER-FUMES
. made and-bottle in France 4
slightly evaporated NOW, from 95c. .


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$ COMMERCIAL &I FOR SALE
PROFESSIONAL ,Ho hold
FOR SALE: 25.cglea Senils
S> -eautematic washing m i Iaa.
Canal Zone Dental Polycllile Phone 2-3473 Solon.
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.L FOR SALE Cyclematic Frigll.-
Dr C. A. oy D.D.S. dare deluxe 9 cu. ft. with
IDeure--hrldse w _irb-sif fMreezer, 7 months eld $375.


mr-brld- o7 months old $195. Call 3-
it.A" .. a... rls v1-05 ) FOR SALE.:- Frilidm lto de.H e
_o 3550. __
RETIREMENT, LIFE FOR SALE:Ey whn m-
.,EDUCATION INSURANCE chine with' utometic spin rim.-
or,. 2 oars old, excellent cendl-
Sts... t t 9 ; $ ; g i b s to v o n d irEd
SJIM RIDGE good condtln-$5o0.3-35o0.
phone Paama 2-0552 FOR SALE:-Selid maple, Hay-
h wood Wokelfield Colonial bed-
1 i room set: 4-poster bed, Mr. &
S.- Mrs. chest, highboy, 2 night to-
|ble. spring and mattfrs. Ex-
.u..nr mn 411012 11-211A uu


cIlllnr conairtin $495. 5-5)35 ,
FOR SALE-.-eautifully design-
ed custom-made bleched' mo-
heoany dining room, bedroom,
cot, bd, beby basket, practical-
ly new. Call 3-2739.
FOR SALE:-Custom made con-
sole rqdio-record ployor, ma-
hogany cabinet, National 6-band
radio, W e b c o r record player,
amplifier end 15" Jensen speak-
er. 25 or 60-cycle, $250; com-
plete set venetian blinds for
Type 327 concrete cottage; two
motel Quartermaster beds; *no
cotton Ouertermoieter mettMrs;


FOR RENT
Apartments


FOR 'SALE :-I IWJP'
Wogga 4-deM I 6"h,
adlie. P.hone P s."-. 44,
from 7{.0 e.m. t- *' 144

deor. Hyeiamk.i mdlf. duly
paid, $195. Phn Cerumd 115-
* 1241. _____


FOR SALE: 1954 Mereury
Station Waen, brind new 1955
Ford Sttih WboiN 10 miles.
selbe 2-3050.


FOR SALI--19l Chevrlet 4-
doer deluxe Power Glide. 1521-
C, Gevilan Road. 4 t 6.


0FR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet
sedan, g od tires, aed meter.
Phe*A Navy 3475,
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 4-
dbor, excellent condition 6650.
Call 33 7207 Curundu, eve-
nings.
FOR SALE:-1951 mercury, ra-
owner. $750. Stevens, B lbo
3582.
FOR SALE: Ham car, fully
equipped, reasonable price. See
it 63 Fourth of July Ave., Apt.
1, Paname.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super
Riviera, Dyneflow, fully equip-
ped, excellent conditie. Best
offer. CeH 3-2739.


i t21l. C121'. AL. CJZ .

FOR SALE

R M SALC-4meweteirbee-t.
oer $fi 1I. Royal 7.60x15 .
wI wa, f Wbh tubs $25"
Relre 4*-mycle tae recorder, 3
ntre tapes $125; Friidair I-
*iR. eJ hc 20 yvai
and ins i"geed in ,
7 until 2 p.2 i-t. t 1- 15
5 p.m. ph- K-216.;
FOR SALI: A. K. LC. Cemerk


Cocker Spenie rerld pups.
2 nmes.. C6N 11=2-4 b rm
151-A Fort A *.
FOR SALE 4.ernm Schnmuwr
A.K.C. rlitoro ibtch. 2 y
wondel ie fin c6hi -Lll-
dren, eoxcelHont breeodin, $75.
3-510Q.
FOR SALE: Spri.or Speniel
puppies, 100% pre bred, tails
decked. Phone 2-3229.
FOR SALE: Singer Zig-Zag
lotst modell sewlg machine.
used eight months, like new.
"Cew Admireble." the NECCHI
staebilhhment and the *tore of
Admirable frni .'C n t r a Il
Avenue"10,-0, mI to the Let-
teoy building.
FOR SALE:-remnd new Win-


AT1ENTIOT4..

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furisbed 2 ad 4-re
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Pkh i! u.d


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FOR RINTi-Imll epertment,
lust cont-Metd i Am l ir ,
"Sen JoM suildii." hoe 2-1
3004.

FOR IENT:-2-bedre ln Iart-
mont with balcoky in Slei Vb-
ta. Cell Paname 2W.201, -12
mornings, 2-5 evenlage.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apert-
mnt, centrally located, cool.
only to- rrled couple. Phone
3-1405.

FOR RINT: Medm n efart-
met: two bedr neem..linga nd
dining remn porch, kitchen.
meld's m0m, pn0g. Fe further
Information please ca 3-4968
or 3-4282 Paname.
FOR RINT:-Unfurnished. one-
bedroonm pse rtm t, Jling-dli-
ing room. hrge kitchen, hot we-
ter, I re perch $65. Geardoe
Ortege Strt No. 1. Phone 3-
0422. -


two mahogany kitchen chain; H H W hester model 5 .ZZ-.l. tafr-
onte Apex washing machine, 25-. let rifle; psallet Winchester
es0e0nce-tIcycle--wicker porch urnitr p model 70 3-06-al. hevy bar- Fuihd apar
Speopl andne 9/0 a 0 ANTED: Younw an to x gs r,
YoreVo ntHefe fishing reels. 5276 seek a n d assist with children m.m. movie comets, three Swit- telephone. Via Pea. hos
S Hr N LMorriseon St.. Dieblo. English spiking, ileonace-. ar lenses, F/1:. 4, F/i:4, before Juna Freanc.
PI A. 1 i FO SALE:------No. eI II, Jose GabriOl que, L trigger .hane. oAectric met r
s. A. se eRSALE 11-pi inning d bCrase ct. drive, betterles, case end special FOR RENT: Moder apet-
almer u Tel. .- W. room at. 4 burner kerosene. cse ewf eerryln. the. complete mmt. cool,. hot water, furmtnhed,
n 'bletre) s-stove with oven, double bed with eutflt; 78-rpm25-cycle single 1 bedroom. Perjil, 2nd Street
new Inner.pring m.1ttress, hitch I .iTispeed -iyed pleoyer; carrying No. 11. Phone 3-2694 or 3-
en utensil.. neellanons lles.. Ian Old-Time r, I .efr. liden projeer 0533.
N __TS ,I-R SA. House 632 .l.boo, Phme '.- f and. 13 slide maglesines. .hone
TRANSFORT1is SAXTER, S.A. 18.87.
-"uPsker SO -Tipperir r Moay .FAL
es 2-2451 2-2562Ph FOR SAL:- Mh dll lls, Dies R AL
h Ight a sbe, -.wrdn 2 bue News of death Of oi-tim- fOtI SALE Motorcycle
Ridle & Jamptg closes reeus, 2 erocklaf chin, I N 1 Hl. r Pail eiant sh..s
Sto 5 p.m. e 9 lyood I r table thicken Boat & Motors A. wi
I. b FOR SALE:- -'melitel" light 500 ca, i hullil
pla p t. N1OW aS*l. 115 wV Os bars -. aaw
Seot H.2490 elbee or call 0 en
E r^ '12-5706.^ .e tn> 2M. 25. Cha lJ 3 ,l1 .4 -
.. with b t. l oRiS uervi- "- STILL ON' V today tomortw
i U- v-or, alnce histetirement n 1951. Is this watercolor which haa causl
JMEC Cl *.. FOR SAL l.,-t-eri. ,nrIr, I. Services wrre held th Puniau- am A I m Ish artist Victor Clarke's one-ma
iN IW mO Aw dve-lrt IIne,* w on -ly 20. r ellJO 11w0 eiel i -LaiI ings Broook caddles running for shelter
BUT AUTOMOTIVE lee.Call.2m29, to P ma to the general public all day and
house ,lot ..t.l... Met- W.ir, llo ome.-to P -h --
SPECIALISTS ,,, in A after, n ori
Sb W he return to Pan&am I, an IMrs. Robert E. Waggoner
Scar i to yo n I- FOR SALEOn Singer sewing m a conneetel wh the Od Nonnd daughter, Mrs. Lillian W .s ris b l Rainb w
or machine $50; one Bb. taens Horesshoea.ar and other Pana- M son, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Ai -e t
portant investment, 860t $7.50; ,one baby crib $.Tb:Tl- m. buam es. He last worked Capt. John M. Fahnestock, Yost, Mrs. Ruthelma T. ZemerM ASSe giy. MeeiS
lt re Capt. John M c Yost, Mrs. Ruthelma, T. Zemer
your garqag for arvlIig *phone 6-530. Sei at t1-A .. foet.b 4American Supply Cem- who retired In June a4 com- and 2 children. T L:
r' e 'in with hI Ambee. P Y manner of the Cristobal Police -- T iS C nn
,and repairing with te WANTED:' .T s District, is among the 1 pa-n ,
Scare you Ued whenenger Thursday or Cristobal Assembly No. 2 r-
yamocarehyour aed ac countyi a, d .u.o r e erEx-orttroop ewTells o, raboad tG Anrn on wl Southbound der othe Rai orGirls
you bought you ar Only pr rly rginst.d-d e t g the Panama Line. have a formal meeting or bul-
P- ris eople h f .er Ma e Accompanied by Mrs. Fahne- A total of 162 passengers, ness and Initiation this evening
Till E ATER Muv el he n. .ad '/ stock, he sla route to Gulfport, many of whom are Cana lem- at the Cristobal Masonic Tam-
T IALLKR D AIT pal Ei .gnlshod psi... S, SACiAMENTO, Calif., July 28 Missisal pl, ere they plan to ployes returning to the Isthmn le,, The r iWavt n:O0 Jm
SMr. Wielandat Hotel.Ie..P* _(Tp)JThe marriage of a for- make their future home. after a vacation spent in th iss Pamela Hawthrnea tor-
Next to "El Rancho' 11me frm 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. mer paratrooper, who claimed Three passengers are booked States, are scheduled to sail thy Advisor, will preside'
o 2 8L 3 FOR SALE -Upholstered living he bad become a woman for Port-au-Prince. Haiti. They from New York today aboard
SPhone 2-2583 c t. be through sex surgery, to a movie are Anthony 8. Garcia. Joseph the Cristobal of the Panama Al Eastern Eta s and Master
$200; Westinghouse eme-ni makeup man was disclosed to- R. Gayhart and Harold B. Ru- Line for Cristobal. Masons are Invite
c hi 's chist $20, end mine by.e The complete advanced pas- Thirty-two passengers are Refreshment will be served
Sneous household aicles. W 'd The bride was Tamara Adel senger list or New York follows: booked for Port-au-Prince, Hal-.fo wnte lesnv
Like to buy 2 foot lchkers in Rees, S.who as a man, fathered Salomon Acoca, Roy L. Adams. t,. following the meeting.
go e" nditien. Cell Ps em 3- two children and made four Mrs. Idella M. Agnar. Charles
D4401; Jumps behind enemy lines as a Baler. Mrs. Madelyn Baler, Mr. The complete advance assen-
li cal lHn Ren --.-.. paratrooper in World War II. Albert C. Barnet Mrs. Patricia ger list for Cristobal follows: .....
... U/AgT ms claimed that an opera-8S. Beach, MWs atrica Beere, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Anger- Turnabout
i t- W i El ton in Amsterdama, Holland In Miss Helen Bejach, Mr. and Mrs. muller and son, Mrs. Victor C. .
14, chan her into a-wom- Edward N. Belland. Miss Anne Ann r Mrs. rene Barger. r. Is Foul Play
__ Mi_._ eo_ _._Bo an. Berk, Miss Rose ark, Mr. Al- and Mrs. Robert DBerger and 2
.ALGIR., Algeria 'july 28- W go | bert Blinder. children, Arch D. Bishop, -!kn NEW YORK. July 28 (UP)-
AI r, ench foreig WH eleglmeo i The bridenowmakin a Mr. Edward 0. Carleton, Mr. briel J. Tonzoumet and daugh- A ce "aRds 8 full-
ire" and Moroccan rifles dlt aon in enda solewre Pd- ric..e .of "payahological" lectures and Mrs. Robert Cole and two ter, Robert 8. Bowen, John C. Apoliceman salped ad nitr-
d25 rels and captured 8 d am -8 de. m InCalifornilaeonfirmedthemar- children, Mr Kenneth R. Cole- Brown and son, Mr. and Mrs.bdalo Ineti eavden s onpthe -
in a ruling bptle'In thi Paame 3-2, m. ri.ge and Identified the bride- man, Mr. and Mrs. James Coo- Donald R. Bruce and 2 children, Id naogteice op thddle ss
ure Mountalis of east Algeria, goom as 3. Z. Courtland, l. gan, Miss Evelyn Coogan, Mr. Paul Busher.pctdartic pe r
Wnch military headquarters WANTID:-One girl's 1"1- tfhe marriage took place satur- and Mrs. Milton Davis and three Dtectve Frank Martorella a
e announced. wheel bike. Phone Gnbee 0. day In Reno, Nev., she sad. children. r. eorge Diegel, and Mrs. J ames P. Casey Mr. and former b arber, faileto fin a
h. e French. troops and the Al Mr. William Dixon. Mrs. Nellies Chase and 3 chl- narcotics on Henry Barrette o in a.
lm at is oalt.i"A Army of God" Mr. and Mrs. John Fahnestock, dren. .r. and Mrs. Gerald preliminary search so he tugged
Three times, and the leg- Miss Natalie Feld, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper and son, Miss Mae Cra- ard on Serrette's fine k
and Moroccans hunted Edward P. Filo and 3 children, iner,.Mrs. George Creeld. MIs head of hair. Berrette's wI, came
Mmountainjr. George A. Folger and son. Matilda Decatur, Albert W. Da-aw in the detective's h"
S i"M O D E R N T IM ES lr. nd Mrs. 8. F. Fox Mr. Carl gen. Mrs. Matilde De Tribldos,aw Incktes dofnarcotie' fea
.f tf,,,,mtt-er, 15is refb .L-. .. Frickel, Mrs. Kathleen Gallagh- Mrs. Eva E. Dickson. Miss Rit athsidewalfk.
gh; a..l'.e ," r IbI er, Mrs. Edythe 8. Glazer and 2 Dornbush, DaImlniel Duncan, Mrs. On t
.Ia d bt throughI II WITH THE FUNNIEST MAN OF THIM ALL, children. Miss arah Gluck, Mr. Russell A. Edwards. Miss 1- __
S ere p- TODAY AT THE LUX THEATRE! and Mrs. William Goldman. Mr. senstein, Mrs. AdeSne C. Ford,
Tunisian,,, ,,-land Mrs. Ph p V.Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Frank aossmian.
French soldiers were and chl Mr and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. William C. Sometngs
batrtoers weaid. Fred Glazer. Miss Rae Halo, Mr. Grimes and 2 children. U-
fthe__e els and Mrs. Irving 0. Hay and NEW YORK, July 28 (UP)-
*dInto mountain step-daughter Oail Woods, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Hakan- Police arrested Martin Menre,
b dawn.- lDora Henry, Miss Cecelia Hes- son and 5 chre'Mr and Mrs. 3 on rb char as ye erday
..,.n. singer, Miss Marie Hessinger. Edward W.' lih.t, Mr. and when t aSaw .m
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kolenda Mrs. Jack lI.., tbe, Mr.. and o- n tisiioow f we .
and son. Miss Joan Lawler, Mr. Mrs. Trum- .. _Hoenke and 2 _.k the joewler
PON E Tben Mc.allan. Mrs. Florence children r. t L But- l. d, -.
and son. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas chison and l. en, Mr. and elli
MeNeill Mrs. Jeanne C. Malnu- Mrs. Arn ld .Jackmsn ant 2
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. children, .I: Mrs. Adolh -
2- .iDaniel A.Marsicano, Mr. and apinoa I ren, Mr. nd ,
.laM l.WIDS IMrs. Frederick C. Meurer and i rs. It elhofer Snd Mrs. a I.. y.
daughter, Mrs. Gladys E. Napo. 2 children% Beleo L,a11 sMIS Soun.
N.ii l leon, Mr. and.Mrs. Russell E. 0o. William C. and Mrs.
berholtzer and 2 children, Mr.
and Mrs. A. O. Oehler, Mr. and Mr. and sarl Levy M. oe_
MIAMrs. Edward Phalen, Mr. and infant. MI Lid. Mr. a No M
Mrs. William Preudhomme and Mrs. 8ydney I tndh and .and ,
grand-daughter. children, Mr. Mrs. IM R h
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards T. Iofngm=or daughter, .
and children, Mr. Jeremiah Thelma -a I.
Rllonburgh, Mrs. Alice C. Rifen- McCtllo
I L bomb, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Mahon, colma
110 1111Miss Carol Rudolf. Miss Mrs
i. I..af t=Bra Sencer, Mr. Stanley t
Maurice J. iSterl l Moras.
AS/_Ml. Naomi Swan,
i.l b M. Mr. and Nutter,
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- J ohnsums Aessee luncheon were: M. Lu is J0,LUJ -(NBA) Okela
DaughteWs i.th Won4, Raymond Pinto, Ray Mur- Maluna is Hawaiian for bot-
Mr, -Mrs. DOead W. Joh phy, and Padl ESgee.i tom$ up.
ao dMar -itbawei aa-uned -- That a the way .'ve been most of
the "th e mrcenid, child, M Bakgrave Anrivig thL day. I'm learning to a rd
fiet daughter at Cooo So"le l Iag Sylvia dikgreve, daugh- tMe old, Hawaiian way on the
tal oi Tuesday. The OMgh tias b ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Di.k- beach at WaIkLki.
be siwend Done& Marie grave of Margarita. will arrive That.ula lelon coming over
Matesal grandparnws ar" Mr. the Isthmuc by plane, from here on the S. S. LuliMe left me
ad Mtrs. Harold G -ilck of Nut- .ew Orlean, August .at, to spend atiff-hipp for a couple of days
ley N. J. Paternal grandparents a thrqe week's .vacation with her but ths surfboard routine may put
are Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fogle of parents. me en a hospital bed.
t. Gulick. l She hqs. st completed her first But at least I feel as brave and
Hi MiUpch ]Preper year of Nur _es' Training at t he as dashing as Enrol Flynn in his
JAircharee VTouro Ifirmary in New Orleans movies when I tell friends:
Mts Aurora P. Lim and Mr where she was recently awarded And "off" just about tells my
Aatew'; Lim, entertained with a sholarshli. story.
a-une at" their residence, in' The board goes one way. and I
honor of Xiss Proper daugbter of Emb Aem C keep going the othe
r. and Mrs. Proper f at ewberg I
New York, andl s Sue Munch arbecue Saturday Beach boy "Panama Dave" Is
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. The Emblem Club on the Atlan- my teacher. I may not be doing
Munch, General manager tne ticae is plan ning a shirtaleevo it the old Hawaiian way but at
Ciriu Land Co in Almrante dance and'" barbecue n aSaturday least I know all the secrets of
CMis Proper is "Returning to herevenn at the Elks home in Bra- surfing after the first lesson.
1hoC before entering Northwest- Iz Heights. I immediately asked Panama
gCllee iinChco.She has rttn he s Bohiaa o i st.ruteions..enough,,,a
ete summer guest of te, ie Elk..B.o I "oul e enough,"
.star"at 6:00witshChef Stu Cough- h e sad.
Mc ,, u-.. C!er serving his best. "See them!" I said.
Miss Sue Munch will remain in' "Yes," said Panama," they're
Panama Ci till Miss Propers de- Dancing to the music of Lou.,printed on the other side of the
parre. le she will return to gee's Settnaders in the Elk's board.
Almi*ante where she will join the Home will follow. It's a sense of balance that
rest 'o her family before sailing counts in surAriding. But what a,
for Caiornla to attended college The ticket- are $1 per person place for the sport. The waves,
at kile an. d can be obtained from any just roll along for nearly hall a
Boh gid are staying with Mr. Emblem Club Member or at the mile without breaking giving rid.
and Mrs. Raymond of Bra zos HoIme Saturday night. ers speeds up to 25 miles an hour.
heights, while in Colon. --omen, Panama insists, find it
4mong those present at th e (Continued on Page 3) easier to learn than men because
he says they're more relaxed and
have a better sense of balance.
There is no exact point to park
A the excitment of the great best-seller: in the body on the board. It depends
on your weight. I
After a couple of lessons main-
% Ilanders find It fairly simple to lie
CAPTAIN LIHFOOT" mtuimy, down on the big 35 pound
balsa wood boaida, catch :a wave
and come speeding In o the beach.
Sr Playig today at the CENTRAL h ti. standing up THE trick.
SExperts do it tith ease, coming
.-.t in together in grso ps shouting
CPSlide ight" or "Slide letj" to
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an, ed .after 30yearsn
S- "ng f surfboard rdin nd teaching he'd
be a masters werr
He's still wailing:
'"I darn near broke my neck."
tour beach boy instructor goes
to sea with you on his own board,
paddling cl by and picking out
r"right waves. Usually it's every
third one. It's his job to worry,
too, about what's behind you. It
could be an outrigger canoe com-
ing at express train speed or other
surf riders temporarily hidden
from view by another 'wave.
Sliding the waves ig a 45 degree
angle gives the speediest and most
exciting ride. But it's something
M a lihinrr-viitob--elait onm learn.
The brilliant 3ounV stars of "Magnificent Obsession," B ta tiv elHawa lani
Rock Hudson and arbPirLRush. bringing to the screen the But to a native Hawain boy it's
d rarma and passion of W. R. Burnett's best-seller: "CAP- da simple as U. S. kids coming
AIN LIGHTFOOT" now at the CENTRAL Theatre. This Lessonsa hereare $3 an hour in
picture in CinernmScope and Technicolor, is the saga of eludingus e theboard. Twenty
"CAPTAIN LIGHTFOOT." last of the Highwaymen, who years ago all the boards were
dgred the wrath of a nation and a tyrant's army... for the made of heavy mahogany and it
lips of a spitfire teauty... "CAPTAIN LIGHTFOOT,' play- took a Gorgeous George to lift
Ing for all this weekend "n shows of 1:10, 3:06, 5:03, 7:01and one. Then they switched to diht.
9:00 p.m. at the CENTRAL Theatre. Advt. er redwood. Now featherweigatj
balsa. wood is used.It's easier on
Sthe back and safer ust in case
S, YOu et konked en the head.
/I've gotg the buraps
-to prove it.
SnTh ere's no north so .th east wr
e(I hrn ,w 1' wwest here in Honoiulu.
Mauka is toward the mountains.
Makai is toward the sea. Ewa I,
toward the sugar plantations-
-west. Waikiki is toward the beael-
aroughlyeastward. If you are a.
the beach the Waikiki direction
Becomes Diamond Head.
16% WN CALU1 M -1Headed for another hotel,I
,.II asked a sidewalk lei maker the
w s I b h, "direction. She said: "Go two
P aw bl .1B anbp a .blocks Mauka and then turn Ewa."
V& I uigYou can spend hours following
directions here.

ST. CLAIR SHORES, Mich. -
(1UP) --Johil Sheldon, Jr. fell
paslee whe o at home and
Philip ekhout said the incident
rsetlback hi campaign against
rookie fireman,


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To Miak Co.porati. n R.e ds


NXW YORK, July T P) They said Ina itha af-year
Getal Motors Cop,. climaxed peroat the auto OS I
the asix months. I utomo- show n ilh giatetv I
Uve %=.e yeoerday wih disclop. vitalitr In Its yar J ty
sure i has broken every record a played a key rleis pu
in the world so far this year foray emnfue activity in the Uni
earnings by a single private cor- States to a new alditae high.
poralion. GM, although en -ged i aa 1
.. terly competitive war ewith
At the rate the dollar roed In oa -ratnke Ford aod in ph
to the world's biggept maunactur- Chrysler, s more cOrs a
IDg cerne during the first half trucks In the first six I135 moB
of 198. its tothl sales for the then in sny half year in hidat
whole year will reach 13 billion they said.


dollars. Its earnings ran at an an-
naul rate of $1,300,000,000.
GM President Barlow H. Cur-
lice and Board Chairman Alfred
P. Sean Jr., jubilantly declared
that the unprecedented first halt
resulted from the fact that the
American consumer "is in a buy-
ing mood."
The officials said the company's
over-all increase in business re-
sulted entirely f r o m increased
sales to consumers. Defense sales
have been on the decline, the y
said.


Misfortune separates your
friends from those who have been
waiting to catch you bent over in
the right position. *ONFA


Sales and earnings for the see
end quarter and first half toppled
all previous records.
Consolidated net income of the
world's biggest auto maker soared
to $0,961l., equal to $7.23 a
common share in the first half of
1055, from $ 250,383, or $4.79 a
share in the same period last
year.
The industrial giant r a n g up
sales of sM,512,67tM I in the first
half, compared with $5,0U8.0S,5L
a year ago.
The greatest previous s a 1 e a
year in GM history was 1958,
when it chalked up $10,027,90,42-
a peak never approached by any
other company. At mid-193 i ts
volume was .5,440,'5U ., or some
$1,072,1,M83 below this y ear's
half-year total.
The greatest previous earnings
year in GM history was 1950, when
net income came to '834,044,0 3 9.
This also Is 'a record unmatched
in corporate annals.
Total sales of GM cars and
trucks in the U. S. and Canada
during the six months ended June
30 swelled to 2,437,335 units from


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EL RANCHO

Cash in your tickets on Sundays during
the $1.00 Native Smorgasborg Hour
from 11:30 to 2:30 P.M.


NEXT OPENING


KANTULE TERRACE



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An.n i_ .^ _Wm at*r-*aled in glesamig,
patlrwtr f SeyMt-shiamig
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IUo 7 in he sn period t ~greater'-hib sales for any full retail market wa S
ye. e ; year bitort 1 they sai. strong in th A W 1
$a1t o iod nt t .asi a d1 Asc pa W previousty, GM... ers' stocks at ,Me fl o.a
La,0 for. U. 8. and foreign in. employment and payrolls for the "were veryloW"in" .
come taxes, or enough to buy first half of the year also hit now high rate of. elivie
moMn 3tan 383,00 ChewVlWas at am-8 a .. .-lW6_ ___ ___ _
average rice of $2000 teach Th entire automotive industry
At' i954, GM's tax bI was in the United States and tCaada .
,457 0,U W Iproduced 5,100,000 cars and trucks .
De e a, slea, Curtce ad4 Sloab m e ria st six 1955 months, up Ii U a. a. a.
said, ran 25 per cent below the e36 fer cent over last year and the IT Lr TARDLIb
sane period last year a n d acc- gratst ever attained. P 7 ,
counted for only 8.5 per cent ofi GM's overseas plants in E n g- I l ffn
total galp. land, Germany and Australia also "
Total sales for the initial lx broke production records. -- Il -.N ...
menus of M were considerably Curtice and Sloan said the U.S. iMlIANTlW


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From CRISTOBAL, JULY 31

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If you. enjoy the taste of.eoo-x
nut you'll sure like.these recipes.
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N. M.
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friends; in the afternoon.


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conut, cut; 2 tablespoons mayom.
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white bread, 1 unaliced sandwich
loaf whole wheat bread, 2 table.
spoons soft butter or margarine, I
bunch water cress, chopped; about
2 taWlespoons light cream, 1 cup
shredAed eo6nut, tinted pink.
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with a fork until soft and smooth.
Add % cup coconut and mayon
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STrim 4rus from top, bottom
and Wide aof bread, uasg shap
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Top wit a whel slice. Spred
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SLaw Of Gravity Works NEW YOR
cw _eo 'i'hompson war 5ejiunin th'e
SI rosters of National FootbarI
Sloa'iaue luLs a ",,e."
In Baseball,-. ack Learns "a ook at t id
S' Thompon, the oin r who
o -- is vice.president in charge of find.
ing ivory for the baseball Dodrs.
S CHICAGO, July 28-(UP)-The Hack was Eoomed as manager '"-,is is just the Detroft oAins e.
SChicago Cub manager has learn- of the year when his club---Ple cr-it rosier. 'here's 38 ames on
ed the law of gravity works in ed to finish seventh-seemed to it And here are the Philadelphia
Baseball as well as everywhere be pennant contenders. Eagles' rookies-24 of them."
sele. ---- Thompson ran thro'u g h the
SThat law has pulled the Cubs There may be some bi chang- names picked out those he
S4rom second place all the way es soon in the minor league, saw or read about in football -
-own to the second division. | Minor League President Geo. Dick Blelski of M ar y lan d and
..anager Stan Hack "Our Trautman has agreed to attend Pennsylvania's Ed Bell, backs;
fluck just ran'out." He says pitch- a re-alignmient meeting in the Jena Dean Dugger of Ohio State;
in- is a big headache. Hack says Southeast some time next tackle Buck- Linsord of Texas;
S-.Be;ore the All-Star Game, we month. That meeting probably jm Saisbury, UCLA guard, and
weren't running Into many dou- will involve the Carolina ana so so.
-'ble-headers or postponements. Tri-State Leagues, and possibly .
Playing them off one by one, we the Piedmont League all Class "Look at the column on th e
were a le to get by pretty much "B" loops, end," continued Th ompson.
.-with a starting foursome of There also are reports of re- "That's their number in the fraft,
Warren Hacker, Sam Jones, Bob alignmnets in the double-A I Let me see, here's Charley Hatch,
R,"-sh and Paul Minner. But now Southern Association and the an ent from Utah State who Is
=the postponements we had seem triple -A International League. number 30 on the Lons' list. That
Sto le scheduled all at once." Trautman says he knows noth- I means 29 hand-picked college kids
', Hack also is unhappy about Ing of such reports. Were drafted ahead of him, and
"the Cub batting. His outfielders Trautman is about to attend you know what the draft price is
"have a composite average of .261. another re-alignment meeting in i -not a pink peso.
'and last year's slugger, Hank the Southwest. It will cone'ern e peio manche s of about 10af
SBa.er, is batting only .219 this the Class "B" Big 8tate and west candidates give the coaching staff
e son.Texas New Mexico leage, a t glowing feeling it sa ys a here.
t0e lass "C Lon eaguen. "Can you imagine a m.ajr
te Class C Longhor League.! league manager n a v i n g 38 re-
Texas lentativ of hedouble-A. cruits with 10 of them making him
__Texas leaguealso will ait In._ it up and take notice?"
STEADY WINNER THOMPSON GI V ES YOU a
CLEVELAND (NEA) Bob rather fresh and interesting slant
Lemon had averaged 14.6 vie- on why front offices have a dis-
Stories for each of his 12 years of i tressful time satisfactorily mn a -
lma Ir league pitching. nind 16 major league clubs.
*1ur sternest competition
tifies. "Nearly every high school
baseball player plays fooI all and
S IA fo'tall is the big'game is col ege.
SV LIA "So a bird dog spots a boy with
M EB LE IA conuderable potential and we of-
U-20 o Amroamena Avt fer his father $4,000 for signing
hun e 3-8n ] I I A and the first year's salary, the
Announces Popular Music i I A K I limit unless the lad want to
or L DI A B waste two years in the dugout
for which is a frightful mistake and
Every Taste result of an utterly ridiculous bo-
S. nus rule.


FROM COLUMBIA RECORDS:
ANDBE KOTLiANET17
"'In~ tilon to the dance"
-*Mubic of TLnAIKOSKY"
"LA IUniLML' for Orchestra
i.ARaR JASALB
*,"Je box jamboese"
."doiyV.o-. Paliaaium"
.'ou-ag man with a horn"
"iour dance date"
FAUL WESTON
-Melodies for *eeUaheatts"
'Meloeles for MoonUph '
"*Musle for Jenanifer
*lui.lc for Rainy Nilht"
rLANo MOODi with:
mJ iils," *e
"e Jom a Back""..
"Budd 'wowd'!
"BuI Cllfon"
and others...
ALSO MUSIC with:
"Ls El art"
"Louis Arstrong"
"Josef Marals & Miranda"
"Al Goodman"
"Doris Day"
"George Liberaee"
an muay anther famou
orrheotra...
FROM VICTOR RLCORDS:
"Eartha Kilt Sing"
"Tommy Darvey"
'LuIs Alcarea"
Jte llurbl""
"Perez Ir.o'a Mapbor"
"Cla-Cho-Cha Rhitt'I"
"Metschrino Strings"
iTOM GRF.CiiA RECORDS:
AVLINO MUNOZ
PanarmaC ets,"
"Panami Bells"
TOBIAS FUCUT
"MuNa int arlorana"
IROM ART RECORDS:
LUIS AM3BLAGA
"Pananm Fetivl"

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"The next thing we know a col-
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through the door with a $12,000
bid. No I'm not kidding-$12,000.
for that s what it costs to send a
boy to college for four years first
class, dates and all.
"Unless the boy doesn't pl a y
football, or isn't completely nuts
about baseball, what chance, I ask
you, have we?"


UNFORTUNATELY FOR BASE.
BALL, football and baseball are
incompatible. The boy goes to col-
lege, becomes the campus hero,
forgets baseball or is so badly
binged up he no longer can play
it.
Vie Janow cz.is a striking exam-
ple. In hig school, young Jano-
wicz w rw 1 le In e base-
ball a lie 0e1; In fo all. John
W. Gabreath arranged things so
that Jau z"cl would have a Pi-
rate bonus after lugging the leath.
er for Ohio State.
Vic Janowicz, the football A l-
Ameican and then some, came to
the Pittsburgh club with only one
baseball talent left. t his was
quickly spotted by Fred Haney.
"I don't know .about his catch-
ing, third basing of hitting," ob-
served the manger of the Bucca-
neerms. "But he certainly looks
good carrying the ball."

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BIRTHDAY OF A BALJu ATER Brookln Dod top
PeeWee Reese. celebrating his 36th birtlhdy, gets big hU from
wife Dorothy apd daughter Brra. He up a of
congratular letters and yars. Captaia Of' teNational
League's leald nine. Reese was honored in a qpedl "night"
at lbbets Field before the Thursday night game with the
Milwaukee Braves.


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Second Place Kobbe

Plays Army Atantic

'1 E9 ,fts.i T.I.lLI


Team Won Lost Ai ri al IU n l
Hawkeyes .-........... 6 3 Defending champion Fort Kobbe
Bad ers .......'....... 6 3 travels to Fort Davis tonight to
Wileiats .............. 4 5 play Army Atlantic with revenge
Wolverines ............ 2 7 in its mind and eye on staying one
step behind league lendingF o r t
TONIGHT'SGAMES Clayton i the Panama A r e a
7:00 p.m. Wildcats vs Badgers Armed Forces basketball League.
8:00 p.m. Wolvernes vs Hawk-
eyes. Tonight's other action sees Clay-
Wildcats ton at Fort Amador against the
fg ft pf t fourth-place Trl-Pdst Troopers.
Delegado .. .. 1 0 2 2
Leslie .. .. 0. .. 0 0 0 The last time Kobbe made the
Fearon .. .. .. 0 0 1 0 trip to Davis the Lifeliners car-
Webb .. .. .... 0 0 U 0 tried a perfect record with them.
Reyes ..........14 3 2 31 Bt the Bushmasters gave the
Washburn .. ..1.. I1 I 3 vfltort-an 87-' jolt and three
Nahmad, M ...... 4 2 1 10 nights later Clayton took the sea-
Morris ........ ,. 2 1 3 5 sure of the 'Liners.
Totals 22 7 10 51 Kobbe won its first match with
Wolverines AA, 81-65, on the Kobbe floor.
Reece ...... .. 8 2 2 18
Fulton .. ..... 0 2 1 2 Clayton, loser only to Kobbe in
Barber ...... .. .. o 0 0 U their first meeting, will be seek-
Rodrigues ...... 1 2 1 4 ing its third straight over t h e
Robnett ........ 5 2 4 12 Troopers and its 13th win in 14
Barbara .......... 6 2 0 14 starts.
Reynolds ........ 1 1 1 3[ Kobbh ta d Troopers. 68- 53.


Totals


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Galloway
Mead ...
Ebbs
Perantle
Hotz ..
Angstadt
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Bacot ..
Million .
Dolan ..
Nahmad,
Kirchmler
Selby ..
Watson ..
Totals


21 11 9 53 and Clayton bested AA 64-57 in
~ opening games of the second dou-
Badgers ble robin schedule Monday night.
fg ft pf t
I 1 1 3 The next Clayton-Kobbe meeting
S2 0 0 4 come up Monday at Clayton
... .. 2 1 0 5 while Tropers will play at Army
.... 4 0 38 Atlanitc.
. .. .. 8 1 3 17
........ 2 0 3 4 night the vastly improved Wol-
. ... .. 1 2 1 4 verines dumped the Wildcats 53
-- 8 1to 51 by scoring 23 points in the
20 5 11 45 last quarter. This represented
Hawkeyes the second win of the season for
...... 5 0 2 10 the Wolves.
.. .. 0.. 04
........ 1 0 0 2 The 2nd game of the evening
A....... 1 0 1 2 saw the underdog Hawkeves up-
...... 4 7 3 15 set the Badgers in the closing
2. .. .. 02 5 0 9 minutes of the game to get a
........ 1 2 1 4 share of the league leadership.
-- Jim Watson goaled 2 free throws
16 14 7 46 with 25 seconds too to give his
teammates a well deserved vic-


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l extreme. reitiagpe,"
Peter j. me eml of
I.Ue, Little Leagu-base-
1* dam andou .
So aolina could not e-mB.
Pate i. the regional program. at
a, ., Aug. S-18.
.,4, i.nes means, he ld,
th0t the Cannon St. YMCA
Negeo team of Charleston ean-
not compete In the natiopes
championship at Willamaport,
Pa., Aug. 26.
Cannon Street Y won the stat6
tite wheo all 55 white leagues
quit the national Little League
program because the Negroes
were declared eligible for state
playoffs by national headquar-
ters.
But McGovern said that "un-
able to arrive at a winner
through competition because of
withdrawal of all leagues but
one, the national office ruled
that it could not bye any team
through area, district and sec-
tional levels of play Without cre-
ating unbalance and inequity at
the regional level.
"Because of local conditions
beyond control which, prevent
holding normal state tourna-
ments in South Carolina, Little
League baseball with extreme
reluctance and heartfelt retard
for the boys who must now fore-
go the stimulating experience of
national tournament association,
regretfully announces there wtill
be no entry from the state in
the regional playoffs," McDov-
ern said.
The state tournament orl-
finaly ws set for Farrls Is.
land, but 40 of 55 white leagues
quit in a group two weeks ago
and the South Carolina Re-
creational Society announced
It would sponsor a "little boys"
state tournament at. Colum-
bia for them.
The last three leagues quit the
national program Tuesday.
State Little League Commis-
sioner Danny Jones of Charles-
ton turned in his resignation
last week, charging that the
baseball program for boys 12
years$ ld and. .ae a being
used f
oppen WA
'"o use 8 toiayear old boys
in an attempt ,to undermine the
laws and customs of our people
is a dastardly act," Jones said In
his letter of resignation to Mc-
Govern.
Robert Morrison, presilnat
of the Cannon Street YMCA,
said "We feel our children
should have the same right as
any others to at least attempt
to go to WilliJamport. If we.
lose, that's all right."


Service Sports

Only two teams remained in
the winners' bracket in the Fort
Clayton Double Elimination Vol-
leyball Tournament. N e i t her
Headquarters Battery, 65th AAA
Group or the 33rd Meaics has
tasted, defeat. They will meet
next Monday night in the Fort
Clayton Gym. The loser will then
vie with the winners of the los-
ers' bracket to decide who will
play in the tourney finals.
Remaining in the race with
only one defeat are the 508th
AAA Opns. Det, Charlit Battery
764th; Able Company, 26th Enc.;
123d Si1g, Headquarters 903d;
Baker Co., 723d Ord.; 7461st 5ig.,
536 Firefighters, -Headquarters
and Service Co., 26th Eng.; and
Dof Battery, 764th.
Play continues each night at
the Fort Clayton gym.


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Richmond Rebels.

and got exc t support 'Jreo
Iis mates in the first three in.
aings. The Cubans picked up tw
rns in the second ining, with
the help of a key single by Rafael
Noble, and added two more li the
third on Pompeo Davali sin.
gle, a triple-by Nin Escaleka and
a sacrifice fl
Pae setting Toronto pulled -
Imes:, ahead of Montreal by
firnilnCogunmbus, 4-" -behi d
fnnCrh '.ix-htter. While
Halo whipped the Royalsi, -1,
SBeFloers i outpitcled Tom

.Lynn Lovenguth pitched Syra-
pue to a -.fve-ht, 2-0 victory over
Roster in the first game of a
dubleheader, but the Red Wings
grabbed the nightcap 6-3.



Ng Is Excellent

In Pole Vault
MEDFORD, Mass. -(NEA) -
Tufts College believes it has the
most unpronounceable name in
athletics.
It Is that of Sing Ng, a Japa.
nese youngster who tied for third
in the pole vault in the Eastern
Intercollegiate Championships.

DO IT TOGETHER
NEW YORK (NEA) Stan
Musial and Red Schoendlenst are
soommates when thd SLt. Louis
Cardinals are on the road.


BALBOA 6:15 8:20
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BING CROSBY
GRACE KELLY
WILLIAM HOLDEN




l. -m a & Pa flo* at WaftiF


ed-i 4 team be b J
Lowe, Wendell asso. J3lian 0,
Jerry MeGaughey, Doe ]H e
ddie Pabon aZ. Walt.Weed
ran.
Come out to the Cristobal Gym
and wat. your. ehilean rfor
their skul. Tins is your show, so
be sure to be there.

Along The Farwaov



nul Cristob tl summer open gof
toau amet. T h e following in-
clude the matches to be played
*1 week, after everyone quaeied
la.t week. This is a part of Cri.
tlais Summer Recreational Pro-
gram, and from the interest
shown this summer, it looks lik'
golf is here to stay.
CRISTOBAL OPEN GOLF
TOURNAMENT
aea's
Champioknshlp Flight
G. McGaughey vs P. Moser
J. Wold vs G. Smith
C. Crawford vs L. Palumbo
First Flight
A. Robinette vs StanSmith
MacS warren v P. Hadarits
eoend FIght
J. Brackins vj T. Simons
R. -Turner .vs B. Davison
Girl's
Champn ueap Fliht
M. Donobue vs B. Smith
First Flight
D. Hause vs S, Pltb u
M. Orr vs J. Owen
M. Smith vs L. Alliar
M. Davison vs C. Re- '


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S-ati beat a tmy, in o0 a. dedarm mot on a double
I -i iasl... qly- is Charley GeL.
Singer, Joe Gordon or m.y of the
bieL tr, edi r in-pp-- .obis lte d balSms of the E
*me. so'a the. t. R A Ulna rive bitter y70n rt o
s o lf.imdolI IasMi S -pam, b,.i. Arson is of f TW fo r
Ru SIox.ir boog = row late or to.ads the ler in tre wt
St t ,- .t ,1h s mi ark of the sup,.
. .i eel.. W. t..,,= = rap b b ^ yt icBI swatter.
q j, If we stop here to .b bAut"i
Cleveland wia to. .ilt tl As their lad Wes wuhitt ed I
e N. ef me.. we nave ale the. west, some alarmist sus.
aeingl bfor wethave t a sjgle d tM Am that tie Bombers might be rift
chan to arouM -, red- tes ed. the Iame in It t Apr n
n'r I'sft b 'o'. i 0 0 .111 wed of repair. mo
hd miniu m il th ato s olfo y o act wa s th ? oe o there club o
outto Sg th1 ankees bmrt u oS b D'e er lea le us so bad ly that





wal agsame aind a m and footer los. Ih lea the worad taaW oD ob
s41it to se points yfel o i ,dthe fo. DeWitt, t Ule 's oot r

anoth I, innig thn -lo d-ft.. .. turns out that we 4o ne rV
p tre for ie th ina toa victo ry o a od Ro Reese a t d t h r
ta HGroe m hd th Face A In a ly the aee ad he
elthl d the haintuho wea e
t k TirbeetS 1oiui- am 108bo- b..uhl Cra lsr inh,. 1 of, their obvIoes reasons oa major g ue er.






. .e .Ct s ._r p e oildehe .th t5.. .. 1 i n uthesu dr lae, bir 1.mseran me. ds teo m e* ao The mnrIs
w,.thai YaAs feo l usd theater last 1 .... a. lth aln uh at this
e efinalo rm. rae a a 1o "m Li ad "l New
.ad- 11it Dr- esc s mashed uet On andd "w nt otd have an e nre maorbad Bl ago.dyrn














^'^k^Bces-Bk~m~ll~tf". at be hl but 14 8Bse BG *Bbfp
thee (hit in Chieaes u 13-hit at- four inn In th f ** th 1 3 tle r ague infield in the minors, tn-.e
ta-lt ,n the oner while in the Aslnt ,e he ti th da D of a s er oes

-lSe ls A e tedh a the game. apped a ft "- rally Ina addition tn these fine, up-. he
Pik a sa u todo that won the game in te.ter tear go the b te R ota th e
est d"S.- -2 ?- .and b W M tin will bo e -bacik In the spr e t e
Jwit theD e s.- .fa Sde-ru age aid t.egam i ate D. and you know what e wa s when
homer the fourth Ing ed M.odem hz -sl- 1 me h wn Inhe a y cust DahDne p1 o







t atq ln his noe tB t r Setnatn bet pler Toh Ds I
A r t u l ..a and .be drove z.E W ori------- ....
hi'- fI -W-m c.. te. in ft ndn_ ofWlS urc e name. in for th In ad the d








awn oth.er bent doubring 7.-. .ditiouto Rha.thee a r ta Neot Only In Brooklyn buha t o wher le the sethaluin faervid
another .r an bu6st aurlie .. 1. oter Lcir oungi Iut mb r
irw P layground, Sports Jer Lumpo, 3, a sorp bat. LPPread of a consfmmOt balplayur and a grand g, thisI
Septie for hie"s gtin s306 for BDiifghaam; Woody Harod (heWs.) Ree Day. At Eflets Yield las ThursayI
'ismpTasne fth ed lei C.e a a PLe 0 ame PO- nids fThe te celebrate hs 6th birthday, hi. out 1 ad ine -'
it 3W is hi 8 lb as star tlAUt Bnuketbl metu* sltion who mant 4etures b o m e tieIn toward the wiMing of five Cueae ad the Amnh
i ca .... r e r ne for Denver;a nd Marvin. Ing sixth, and his superlative poslon anong Dodger shOrtop
SivtheCrobl rThr be ry 31-de -old brother prodded the uih et accolade yet evoked for a Brooklyn hero. hb
. ty wept twlhd....... of t Red ye, a first base- A search among Roeese' teamAtese for the factors whc h,
i B u3sM from 1WS eswept, P i7 5. 0o0 le*au p4ed l l-the way who e in their eatim action, made b hi so salient on and off the field
0 ban -4hffL1, 1 S 5 t he fort -aun flct comment fom Roy campaeblla
h andr' acM....rO 0ef uJ -1 Ohcle r odt oynt -club aptoare FeeWrln. bet-.
o o 6go of66 aof 1truc6 M o deatil caplme and w w mon. but I Ihave speal reason to sing-
lab thl o s o r1 e Io.., r2h.....0 hittu er e oaf m e er
a s Cn Par, pelh W s tetB 'W a lrrnch Rickey brought the Negro into the major eagues.
J wls th bUae t sBut it was Rome who clinched the acceptwae of the Negro and















Hw hile playnge t hird ba n. 'aM the cplaymnb abinottheroane I the tord
t hiC *, the -.* but the tasae du his positi.uson. Believe me, he Wa q, say. He towed
N Iro A rA Iyear-old Lou Be. the baseball world that Jackie Robinso w with the Dodgers to
V81: A Dtheetwoisa teae longe 2 stay."
br a wnw edited S 0it Os Q660j th, halleee b 1 -oa hanlig Campanels referred to that riotou afterabn in PhIladel-
Auld Xrvan.66:: atin staff soao t hisla earf lathe e1947 laoon, whun a lot of redots went to work 4
with the vicet J. W ill **..6 1 TMi 2 t t on Raobinson, and Reese walked over to Jackie and put- his right
J. _- go 1 2 that th.e o Spa r show
victor.y a ineed hel lark A eu 6 0 g way th tile internatl.sal hand on the shoulder. The furore died down, heen scarcely
ro e C tO Tigr WCliar .... B eague.erbert built for th reollete the lIncdent. It was a natural reaction, b e told me.














II1 u1 "ne d o_ ....... .. bre aer. uly Mood ofthe Culp eaned me. month
H eleaCole t -, 7lroiEtd ...'.....S O -51 five-t lSpn las r d o sed I brokedmy hla towett
tLort a .wf anh o u w "Anoth er thing about Reese," Campanella continued. He
waistLt J a .4S J ... gohe mosat valuable player in th I a great guy. That helps to make the reat ballplayer. Don't
die, but J d Dck's SO I. B"me .... individustic of the tiger in him. All of us come to PeeWee for advice. His
..i.. sin.. dissolved, a.ie in the C............: I .
tnait'gv t-ad dr vle an deGl- ae btriederjusl *d 24,' night should have been celebrated long ago."
-W- --a-- is' ~- ... seeonad best in the American As-* *
isolation, where he has drivonI n
11e runs. Still a 1941 SERIES BIGGEST TH.IL
Scouts are still high on Rio
SI EColeman, 24-year-old Denver left- Asked to name the bllest day of his baseball career, Reese
hander. Zqck Moro, r t- auck "Every day Is a ig day here in Brooklyn. Bt the top
d of the same age, s tuc out thrill came I 1941. I became the regular shortstop that season,
he w A ague errors hurt the club.
has of tIhe "But, In spite of me, the Dodgers won the pennant and then

S00wadt now and then, but the work Series.playing
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LAG e "Only four years previous, In my first visit to New York, I
.- Pet.ner o W L ,1 swn the Yankees meet the Giants. was a ggle-eyed kid
.-0 -. W i "a-- of 131, never dreaming that soon I would be In the Stadium bat-
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Inet. 97 -aN'930 10 0 .315
eat, Det. 88 1 -9 121 .325
1. Chicago U s8 81 90 7go
SChicao E s 4 1*
Nr, X (ty'93 371 l .
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lnder, Dodgers ........ 35
lays, Giants ............ 32
u'h ewskI, Redlegs ..... 32
banks, Cubs ........... 29
oat, Redlega .... ...... 25
RUNS BATTED IN
nider, Dodgers ........104
nnis, PhB fem ......... 79
allne, Tigers .......... 77
oone, Tigers .......... 76
enen, Red sox ......... 76
RUNS
[aline, Tigers .......... 89
ilder, Dodgers ......... 85
mantle, Yankees ........ 81
i1th Inats ............ 75
ruton, Btavea ......... 74
BITs
aline, Tigers ......... 1t0
areon Braves .......... 134
nith, Indians ......... 123
ox, White Box ......... 122
enn, Tigers .......... 121
nrton. Braves ........ 131
PITCHING
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W L Pet.
corn be. Dodgers 17 1 .944
ne, Yankees ... 9 2 .818
s, Dodgers ...... 9 3 .'750
eovan, W. a, .... 13 4 .765
ft, 7Tigers ...... 10 4 .l14


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SOLSTEIN IowaN July X (UP) "Le ith pple kwtw ehe tnwhad .rw ifUfy La sOf
..ouring Russian farm expert__ .
, 0. Msibly wilted by a searing ea.1
S: ve abandoned the sweltering TBTIlTH K AB PANAMA. R. IP. T IP
fields today to return to their
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pmtp Whether To Fire USAF Secreta y.
+'"They traveled in an air v ton- .....
owned bus. but at every sp WASHINGTON July 28-(OP) He refrained from passing any He was described U dqeply report tthe ,o .. -
e were greeted by tempera president Elenower must de- judgment then on rulbott. distued over the incident al- tateet. -- .
res of near 100 degrees they cide the future of Air Force see- Mr. Elenhower said there, thIugdetermined to met at the Tj-_tt, -who tb\ _G T0,01 an.--,ft
epped from the eicle. retary irold 3. Talbott without wa n. n ggestion of fraud or bott.a of the octe re mak- Bnaote tavhetiga er'
Stiey made an unscheduled oe a verdit fromSBen1te inveatigat- Illegality In the Case. But he aeclsn tee baa ended daI IS T*he
SStorm Lake to fill uponlime- o, authoritative sources said ad t not enough for an te e ded

S.The Soviet farm experts .our- At least twom ,enest of theao l.."o-n f. Ie ga -l-: bR,, d h r--lgp -to J- .
e. eeoh etr from epeertovistr Senate investigUti subcom- there are also questions ~of and that republican G Gao. C AOoI~ges fro ah- i" .-'
ed here from .. encer to visit re mittee asu a hpeey eport on ethi, ,ad o- au- ,matta, N. Craig of India.a IS _pder i Pe-tao desk- of
Sn24-acre farm Elvie Dree the group' inquiry Into the $60,- he aad. a blI offialh mnst onsiderat a hiBs aces the firm. -
a-esareuteuprneshp be e lms i i 1u,

Co u e.. of ,.tg- o ee. pa ,h, ..,. 57 7Death Dowmnn Of Israeli Conseon
e ane it shiedtyt at.nd ah oaTalr ttae tw wh the iends a oi rS Aadnerang.se tarsm -i
. q -oh seven" oestayend oin ....te t otat he I s pull nhg out N The chief ee t ve onted a ly t th.Tibt tt furori. i i .i i
e fm the n a called attention to his own 1052 eeeant eaAy haFoes. ,Aaa July-, .. .4-1'. ).a 't t he 111
t e condxSition that they be flow ofal repot until January. He he ampain nts that od-ver the toted Preu ts D ini Uable l d oted Bwaho I.e told
SMo tie for th The delay would leave Mr. El ct officials under meoe t pl to te lgan) 10 mt an o t




e whether Talbott violated gov- r dthq peMrn. lteatBce of anIAde o needed Hwa ryeen 5 p e of edoo w t te
Two other member of the dele- e t ent of the sub- must be ethicalesn o as well yas is- a o doi om p tpred the down com etlet.a r 2 It r-eb arr and iieair
oamrd,,aouercetUD, o .ThelciefandWAY ow lstl,

Ston were on another de trip avaiab the testimony n the whether to fie Talbott. later dealer to another hear e te te a del on tere o ould f th
t she main party set out from aThe Chief Executive told his te i i l ubom ittee m ber rated Ofce thelsa nn- r 1 ai
nacer this morning, sght be-new erence yesterday that Iae m a Charl "forthrght"coop The heated Isra rotM de- confirmed e reortg blue a

l schedule because the driver tnike an -fialuntensiner -tolb Bti the D ooi g I 0ly1 i A tv I,,- .. .. wo ,n
covered that their bu ad a onal study of the Talbott cae. withheld judgment on bu r a llwd as plane, th the




j *t tire. -nnevibl t ngge t--- fthe- nestb dea hicall Communabt BulgrMA adatt.ed airin-enamu- te a


I dThey were on the road only five MthH Sct m Kabe ?* ubthti (R"-D.e Tno "sincere rega t" thatwgul- air and burt oresetlon
ute when they made their aid i taid te Ci involveI."quetions anti-airraft naola felled before cra





3 t unscheduled stop. otnrl inside Lft es Leag ue H ofreo w a b- ACann-41 e t In'j
H nacer, to visit the i truthedl oud leave.M. Eli- t t ly. ruguur he .o and difictult to determined from Vie n a.triad to I. ddi vete Igatg -lto Athe hpa era ran L
actor Co. h a i Noting that no one ha' : c.% MIraels ao'ounbed M m that Greek e
weter --alsca-tter. ioa Pd g- flrh ing sw-rn aeYo ofmaynke ed Talbott of fraud or lawbreaga- e atfer polce to' our g-e tt DEo JL
n were m o an thetr ide only a valalthis abeltestmouny nl the ernatu jfigmentlOnTalbo tt. eo th a er h gn pashe Aoirtee te s aI era n th at Britan would awI't Wh land,



Twoothr m ee ethic s. He wolnd avueest I*w adcosn thioo n't'.wold ow the ul darnawte ucp bIn liftedd .m .id baoed f thAoe Ma and UP)-narnandth
t condition eat they be flown official rep untilJeanu a ve. a tos ... thewnes h to nooo ar te on42s w, to le a n ioAted;ron).on-," ." t

Dt Moinea intimea for the The de ay e ould leave Mr. E- an c last te Sod" ora. t ra he aer s .
S main p arty set oute from T ifie old his subcommittee memory pae wre-
Avcer this moing, slightly l a e Dnew opnferene yeMterday that l .fl ti. andli cp- water hontbe pod p n-a









re attempts to revive them ra D. A. Real, o vOB ton that eve lan in that retdy erbert Orrsol aked moea, has r7,000 erl .
Sthe beach. wmunist be deployed. Alledtroo g oe agreement here 00 Cat the
ey were on the road only five an The P dents statement ol-.D.)must leave Autria now that irle don't oot down c foundation an of
when they maonded to the e. Mrs Donald lowed demands by Democratioc Auriantate treaty h made laes which may noently be nare where a
t ounscheduledstp, still inside t i r LnM ph "e of propriety" iwhichar eul h*~ atln T g Iore It
car, to visited thae rue truortmVedrs rtob(LyddalThebaopr dfc ulor ee r aa t


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m _ing at mid_. aternoonLt, and Mrs. E. L. Herron of l-e .tTmbo before the Senate Inveotttigati Submmitet Wh. Butler rof led orthe Prealdent. t Mterpolte phea' oo
I si hours after the wave brook Air Force Base; Ma and IonrI The subcommittee ein ,b "" pT UdaM
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t dWae It ls e rlnotnenough tfor a man eides t No the old Waour tr. Enal oy To tre
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.h.fWmWa e a iroel un-ura brf~and a eMrs.tpre coFncer. -" F'' op to ale ,e.; m o.New, aor U-an ,1;r. T ul
St-adY gL w2 rpor. lt d R8 t an d iRo discharges roper"i or wn te ether a "man In 2 er re aer flban t
IV G ap W ixteer-agedrorlsoer report-Dabhyirra des0were borneto %e I RESIN eaue. e ading arttI
4d 0 kled today when huge ocean follow parents e Mr. and Mrs. e offce" was trying to whe hispMl, Ia to d Na A
ve crashing acr oss thea Mrs tchn. A n.of Pornnao e, Lt. P 0 DMand Mo tperse onal Influence ,,ld arcompletelyl tIt ow t the d uleg~aS A a lte
I, ol. o r arak pa ed w hhepcould draw i uch -The een t ited Statesn oredmission of no ye e cc t B




U- M R(oFSt r- M- .al thougrt twoale uturelpt- te bentn ratr Tae faent oma anea l eYorkt* hae t a. G,
yo e rted Force Base Mr2. .nd. Mrs.tRt ine herepliedI theatItRussian. proti estea ndTA Se a HI T
Ao thebeachtiU, a trs, rtelOmund of Diablo Heights: as-dfiFyo ,I naoue twlmv e "dd porc fl a te 1nd.8.. number (UP t









locte d at Mrnao t, ,--n w rad weasiR ed t.c "an o'v tanheit bap a dd : a p the air said--i w ills far
l. southwest of TokyoPSgt.and Mrsa. 0. A. JoO O .f He added that he thinks the tion" of its 15 anA
Cdefthe 4ilspledloFr way" for a public p- occupation foretot lylives,"re






revivethem- Mrs. D. A. Real, Of a thi enr that even loans in that rery ee Mo W
ifi respr*ation.W P./IOvand Mrs. R. M. Braml f Fort way or even gives the a ppear- Defense Department sources T" to consider



Sreadydead when brought Kobba Mr. aalnd Mru Levi Jones, once that an office might be i indicate that m of the nen l could not be r rIo
S',ebeach. of Cocol.. gt. and Mrs. W. X. t""wledpiv tee ieedIradoe-e fo .-wo th-








us.ne, a w denierlor ollytealnfled trac get som uagum hereby l@ at, olglcs lll
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