The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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AEC Repts

Progress Tow.

Stoic Aircraft

WASHINGTON, July 29 (UP) Combat Vi
he Bikini super-bombs have been poqring into
atomic arsenal .for the past six months.
This was disclosed by the Atomic Energy f
ion today in a report whicj also noted jubiWei
i rides toward an atomic Oplmne and "the st
the atoms-for-peace program around the
In its 18th semi-annual accounting to C
AEC reported new high record production af Cl
plosives and fuels, and of atomic row materialttir
domestic and foreign sources.
It revealed that science may made greater strIe.
e on the track of chemical sub- first samonths
dances which could minimize AC said, ".than
he threat of genetic doom posed half-year." .
y the possibility of atomic war. In particular,
And it reported or hinted at erably brightened. ",,,
olentlfei breakthroughs which Although the
will hasten the nation's progress not sy so, there
Into a nuclear power economy." lieve an atomla
"The commissions program of will be built ii "
developing reactors for indus- the world's- firt aIe
rial and military power and for i". wiUget
aval and sarcr t propu tion
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hil c Wab a points near the

The vehicle Jumped the curb,
sidesped wo palm trees, vser-
ed to the .eft side of the road
and wound up rammed against
a large pAlm.2
A witness told police that
shortly before the acclent, he
saw Watts dog running ahead
of his master's car.
Watt Is a dtp p-dredge op-
erator. He suffered shock munt
ttple lacerations- ad' a hip in-
jury in the accident. -

ernor said that arr i aments

w .reprevetned 1~leelving it
during the past wek.
SHe l msanoged t hat the
pti-poleo va.eolnmatlenproga
wupld be exp to take in
would be made a later date to

give thared fr the tot given the
der children who
Among other tas er was an
announcement Uad the supply
S(-Continued oe t aa Cel. )

In Balboa Magistrate's Court
esterdaP, probable cause w am
found againstthe younk Pan-
amfnian woman who has serv-
ed term of a year, 18 months
and two years in Canal Zone
penal institutions.
She had completed a two-
year term In June and waR re-
eased June 7 from the Canal
Zone Jail for Women and MIn-
ors in Gatun. Once again de-
ported. she was picked up a-
gain in the Canal Zone on July
Ball was set at $100, but was
not posted.

Jap Police Query Teachers In Swim Tragedy

TOKYO, July 29-(UP)-Police hit "I don't remember anything
subjected saddened teachers to until I found myself on the
vigorous questioning today to beach and somebody was trying
determine whether their care- to revive me."
lessness was responsible for the Fishing beats Joeled in the
death of 36 school girls who rescue operation and three
drowned while learning to swim. east guard vessels were dis-
As the seaside town of .14. patched to safreh for the
100 miles southwest of Tokyo, mle ig.
went gto mourning, newspaper The beach became a scene of
and elitc gouJOlJoin angry
demands for of- teach-
ers in elementary saeety measw
The 36 girls were drowned
Thursday when a giant ocean ___
wave rol without warnings i I

confusion. Parents crowded in,
shouting the names of their chil-
dren. Ambulances shuttled back
and forth between the beach
and hospitals.
Allthe students were from
Tsu's Kyehokn High School. Po-
lite summoned the principal and
faculty members who had been
at the beach for questioning.

enatmom i ju i in ta m m
to~tay n -a mmaiy of the
e g date. It was during
tha$ report deWo announce
te foromwing vTit to Britain
of Soviet leader.
'eis pecedmre was an unusual
as when Moscow papers printed
President :senhWer's te-l
Vtion repeat In -includ4g
such uncomplizmatpry refer-
senme as the reug tptio o,-
the Soviet people. -' t


Judie's Bench


Carlos Lapoldo Banchez. 29-
year-old Panamanian bus driver,
was fined 05 in Balboa Magis-
trate's Court today upon being
convicted of driving his vehicle.
without a proper licence. an-,
chez paid mother fine of $5 foe
failure to stop at a traffic sign.
Fined $10 each for trespasing
in Tivoll Ommissary were Tere-
sa de Leon, 27, and Judith Elvi-
ra Franco, 5. Both are Pana-

i .Cr. oW'n

TPor Havena

Thirteen hundred Naval Re-
ave Officers Training Corps
m shipmen left Colon after a
four-day stay today, for *qva-
,m Cuba.
shipboardd training will be re-
afmen, and upon arrival in Havy-
pa, Aug. 6,5. activities ashore
' occupy the midshipmen un-
Il Aug. 9, when the group de-
Varts for Caribbean waters.

In the nery practice area
around the S. Naval Base.
Ouantanamo Bay. Cuba. mid-
shipmen will receive instruction
and engage in shmulaked anti-
4ircraft dri battle 'problems
and shore bombardment exer-
cises. L
Extensive recreation and sports
progpama are planned for the
luF days ashore at the Navy's
base at Guantanamo Bay. Aug.
-.22. Returning to Norfolk. Va.
the midshipmen will disembark
upon arrival Aug. 26.

[5iz-d In Pinom4
An American merchant sea-
man who walked, out of Ores
hospital Wednesday night in
the civilian clothes of a OGI a-
tien% was being held by tm
Panama secret police today in
a robbery investigation.
-Carl Christian was picked .up
yesterday in a Panama Ci ty
el where he had booked in
under his own name after his
ht from Qorgas.
He was reportedly under the
Influence of liquor when arrest-
He had been taken to Gorgs
two days previously from his
ship the Fullerton Mills.

Quiet As A Mouse
LASHAM, England, July 29-
(UP)- Since cricket is a very
sedate sort oi sport there was
no interruption at all yesterday
when a distressed glider pilot
crash landed in the midst of two
games here.
"I managed to slip In quiet-
ly." said pilot William Jordan.

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SMWASHN. ll-UP) Senate action ws 6 a o
-House D a t al r to- mise $1WA OO,000 supple
day aimed. aju nt of appropriations bill a
Congress by t y or funds for the Ataoi,
Wednesday.' CommissIon mllIta t
The senate claimed to ge dy tion and wral aer
to quit any .time the aBsnU. and a bill ler'ea th
Leaders called the Hou1 into mum waV fom T Uts
session one hour earlier. an A appropriations for
usual to press for pasm of the Congres itself awaited
controversial housing bl t"qder. action and final
They said the House would et Meanwhile
Saturday, too. hower had bri W
still pending were a floof of publican mnm Ls ra
other bU Including th DeoW- at an Informalget
cratic-sponeored bill to proviNe The Whitr w
for anti-poll vaccine shorts for some membate of t:.q_
at least 25per cent of the chil- so attended the
dren and egpectat mothers who. a Washingto -
have m radived them. h id.j
Othls include an extension of The sident
the Defense Production Act, re- Wishlngt n. i earl.
vision of suar-marketina quo- noon for a weekend at
tas,. on-the-farm train-ng, a ty.burg farm.
$2,.000,000,000 increase in. Com- fore& h tsf
modity Credl Corporation.ber- hdsc d a
rowing authority for faum price Seretar
supports, an extension of the s, .
Small Businetss Administraion, CabotLog f
and changes In the ban on nm- tason,
portation of flammable f dtbri, darmamr at ll5UW T
Still awaitrig final House tad to be followed l a


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3W MADIS"N Av. NEw Yenl I11I N.-f.
MeR nTuN. IN ACVANC3 s .0
SIeea d. tec a a i bAA-SWt -
S. HONOLULU The surf, the
&M. the camamaran Selling toe. ,
stars and soft music at the yal
Pk s a yHawilan ot Wikki lull into or-
Hc MAuL 50XAgetting- untifryo stand onuthSi
A.Mell en is. onpe t m ter teder$ ot The Panama Amoeas sunken bull of the U.S. S. ArionI o
a ae osived grateful end ne handled in e wholly ose iia realize that there arest il- t ".. e l-.
I et'eoffdbaieoaIetheudoan' be Impaltlent I0ndoeasn'tWapps Ing men sealed beneath the twi&s
e asy E. s a publshed ine th u issie re elved. ed, bombed deck of the battle-i.F d t p* e
he pso* = the ln.ere oone page l esh. wagon destroyed by the Japs one"bow to tomio t
IU, o. .as is held hi sltet Sunday morning.Atomi
Thi new gpero asemes oas eepeusibility for staloementsase lulmw he r l ltte f yI
iu tt O tm ess. There still re machine An b. .t _l haa m\ls for atl prartanp's-p
let pockinarks on somel-,,
Field barrack walls where Nip.- the w y Alpine.__._n.ry w
CQCO SOLITO ponese sent many of ourtt onfa
To "Rational" of Coca Solt-athe Coc Solito1 Forum is now Suddenly yourealizethat the maa, to re hmainotIU e t..ff h_
sessi Who built lCoco Bolitoi tar naval, marine,' m ed b ase r mat r iL
su bm built he povide wtbIn. arine, and air force comnB ear11114's surfatate atr speedaot
A. The U.S. Government. mand here is second' in impor.s So perhas te nBiFour m. et. .lies p at o spi, aot w
Q. WnO Days excellent wages to the wage earners of oco l ance and power only to the Pents. ew d o
sA olto? o n go itself ina kb et s drawn a lesson fag s .adt e a
Q. Who brought the dependents living in Coco Solito several And a sickening feeling hits you A 'iand fromi w l s.e h iJfIP .l
thousands miles so that they could be with their us- because you know that an arro- dn draw it w r e sm ab e tm
bands? ant man by the name of Harry tWoa 1te d d ntdw i
The forum is now closed. An normal discuslon follows. Bridges really controls the econo. te .l ar ve du i
Mrs. Rational, I do believe that your Il are "I.R." (Omit my of this island outpost and FI m Ese wer,.- B l GEs E -ae '
period& i you wonder why.) ln- tblamene. sU S.Govern- ,iows virtually every detail ofF odea sal atte sae nh om" I .-
en for providing adequate housing for you and your family. 'what tran as here. erence tbl r un A a on ewsma a
on forget that it probably cost more to transport you here thanI This is te same Harry Brid es I observernee table hte were', en an aed B. Ullow ere.
ou pay for ront in a whole year. ousted from the CIO for following ders I of state nder a no he ir.
the Commis line. The same man. p ublican president, Calvin Cool.
Yoo are probably a learned woman who has had several Who an through the A Korea war I those observers were not merely s ae
sets of collie, paid for by Mama and Papa, of course. You smeared at our e efforts ato stop Co- r yo n who anil eet nw- .arsl a t n ar e,
e on manrae4, J College. and he in turn Jloined the Navy to munist agrssion. The same m an dea war comes, adwwthe mota ar et o f m eral
ad being drafted. Alter a year of tramnig at government e- who work with the Soviets' In.- lr who b'ou ght the inta t lad eah ho s oi wro ha e
e he was sent to Coco Solo. international Federation of Sailors world, but also pres ent, e gotiat a treaty to outlaw-war,
S Now Joe Irrationa' is being nagged by Mrs. Irrational on two and Dockers U nlas, affiliaetd a.r the shoulders of the .Big o, but-he lacked two imotant things
ms. with the viciously anti-U.S. World th e r ieit eear to make his treaty af-
1. Why isn't he an admiral? (After all, he has been to col- Federation of Trade Unions con ta a s atomic scient atis. .w fe-e th e t rhap
lege. ) trolled by Moscow. Actually, no atom cr e to mee othre o gaes- pwr
2. Wny doesn't he provide me with the luxuries In the man- I Geneva. s al t th e p their weapons of ar,
ner to which I have been accustomed? (After all, I was Yet Bridges ithe labor boss oft Hs. Thouf ,theycontrived t
In the pahaw pailw pshaw sorority.) the islands on which Admiral Fe- means of out civil e t the wr

tenants don't have to walk downhill to breakfhu. which stretches to Formosa, lJa. -- an ips. w e were t wo he
No, Mrs. Irrational. don't blame the government, as that's the Pao, Asiam and the down under No seaense worud s greatest ttleship power
r way out. Thank it instead because yoUl are able to bewith w al esl cDores a RF u IA n mhis red. e gr ha r l p es
husband. SFor'o they kow wha. fw ot hrs peache at By BOpoinj ba
i, s. T h em f IThrough t ate these army forts a thdai neyoa r -fe mIthey en tt e
The housing may not be the beatmin the world but the rent docks, sb bases, na vy yords ai et off a c haln iar.ea wb A marmamet on othr ngatinns. .
pay isn't exactly the highest either. If you think that Coco air fields move our men and war BACLONA-You can tell when the basic bestiality of man gets I also see by the pa rsathat coulu burn up the atmoaphnera I Today we have that power. We
is crowded, have your husband ask a sailor who has been machines to the only real vital ay re getting old by a lot of loose from the cage and just runs the French are killing a Arabs. the entire earth's e. t'
d hip how many rooms he had a.ord ship.. r. st-Asia. d s as yo n't When the mad. And the oeArabsu aa hilg. the hknow that Cobalt bombs, if re- o r b, to-,, e e d awa
'And Instead of complaining, why don't you take a ride into el Ha.rry and his aide, Jack riets stAted in Casablanca. The Windows are broken And cani French. And everybody is working lead a hundred inkes off the b ..4t least, not ye. A we
n .in your Cadillac and see how really unfortunate people a, nd a couple of lawyers first inclination was to climb on are overturned. And amnclet .enm. out on the Mo roccan Jew who Pae fe ast, would wipe out all should pot-a more than neutral
.f that don't satisfy you then the U.S. Government is ready q wealthy out of their ban- the ors and go help the rioters ties awake. So that yo kick the are indistinguhable from Loors vegetation in a bt I mies we Switzerland w ll take the supplies.
take you tack to where you came from wncaxs of the native rk'. riot. But it suddenly occurs tPhat dOr ot a nelhbor who is mino- except by the color at the cap and across the United States. They a-i~ munitions and food out of her\
_- Satisfied era, are the bullying, terrorizing. you may have seen a riot or so. cent of anything but your own the e1ion,1 which doesn't show on so know that Russia has exploded mountain warehoues until real
_coky, behind-the-scense powers I remember well one week end rsonal dislike. Fires are st and the Surface. :can remember when a dozen or more nuceear w orld disarmament is w .ithin.-g
TATTOOING Ima. in Casablanca. This would've been furniture broken to its. I saw a the Jews and the Arabs lived They-know what Preisident Fina there's te worl.wla
*: about 1947. When all the French man shove a grand piano out of a cheek' by jwl. Spoke the same shower sup eased last May: thtrealization now perap v
Why don't the military farces forbid any military man from Does no one care on the main- officials went off to play io over third story window once just toom on lan ad walked a plodded a hydroge n the Kremli leaders so bel.
tattooed. It is a morbid form of exhlbitionism an indicates land? ... e.the week end and thoughtfully left see what kind of a noise it would hand-in-hand in e streets, weapon just as powerful as the Bi..liger.t in the past and so in-
wlle, unstable person of low intelligence. If you den' .- He m so rty dsaThee th* keys to the casern's armory make when It bounced. kini H.Deve which caused so sRrtale today who seem 1-
me,' ask any ychiatrlst about it. How many people of high charged la Congressional hearings on the desk. The Senegalese The thing about riots is that the Politically we have qome a long much havoc at Blkin most mate rl groping
ene r are tattooed? Try and find any wit beg Communists a troops dipped into the gun racks Innocent bystander s always the ay in the brotherhood Of man. They also know that Rusa has peace that modern war w
Snavdr pattern litical powers Wooed by some and turned the. plgee into a bibody op who gets the bullet or the wa]- is alspoible wto remt secret bases near r man e m
.li.. .s -. b. era, be ~~cause mbles. There were no ofHclals lop on the ad-whthr: is a IS ao p i lA o r s b e tl Al r zeAan e s tts d. S r
,. d dth d e rah fory a cornc a ...ea. J re l a
s wt thed t U.n a,.k Shr b ttat thehl le a,. p
tals o e dot e Arab, I reckon a couple hundred a tnd doe' t bet nd AI r ad th
,AraeCmesa dWerdown in wbth e fowmelk thee good er as the a ban a he a keri a In he SIDE GLA N
4 Ah ai) sau al gle tn he sick te o sthe de s were the s e o d tw
tSes a le so fum ber. O sultan out and ese inouguret ed the off t Smihe petts fours pad the chobillso- avin had a bist of Ma n Mau as .
AfRat DO5 for p;Ro ,pmuaist :JtiPLT? ,bs localsS died that week end. Irio-they trundled a bomb inLotaint r i a, ri ht Ws. C SD GLANCES < B Cro

pp l Pw one. And the fun andamesat eclairs. Result: ki some recey, thi tead of;
\.Inm ar ds erateO o o e oer on a m*ins Rabat. Ande r it ongwalkcurs to me six, wound cafe in Casabl and to off vi the r ots w Caslanca I
..adioac tress OIv atea -ml .eand t a -oho pr atinofe thknt I hard enouing street in Taniiots. mathie rit was wheeled in onrll stay hom. th e faUnd see a bullfight.hin.
DLes "It Wt h p(don8,"00 oes' turn"ed out' t el" Riots are the messy kicked the old the Withmyesert uckart wuldh aver e they sho w itbrbrusbutitc't
iphon number. suo, ew l ..i Inw violin oes T caue inaugurated the off the petiteert fours and the first timeho ld Having had a bit of Mau au asople

SCh o m n b are p w one. And the fun and gameslate eclairs. Result: k some well recently, I think
SS S aw T m i tto ampa. that I had enough riots the riot. ls willtay home and see a tl .
SI Gree, letter 10 stly S ntire 43Speech deU U ti wons h rie. es f ew o instant will
.Eleaor 23 FIiht (comb. 32 Applaud 44 PrmonM 8 ,M Tt stvinu in on the AFL anm-
INrg st er nfedouti ians wdl. Riots are the messiest of all the With my luck I would have ben I know it's barbarous, but It can't

onetbe 15rmly s D re 49Scoth alter Ruther might l i olences. Because all the wrong ordering dke to r for the first time h a candle to the way people
'Wd i ( ofcee nor tn tin heaquats. op tkilledorstomped. And in 30 years
SISI4I Mr.' O 26Har d elLndan rf back homes are putting any realTh e ..i C c

iby golfers JeW3os 26 Ship 50 Miss Oab e r In fact, the Bradaes people have
toltd the t r represent- WASHINGTON -(NEA)-presibeen brought closer to reunifi- anything about them for several
H ne ive here to stop orgazg. Bridg dent Ein shower's complete hon-, cation. months, at least.
em adi Hall want itrall The
r gIes aI be@ ,1 -d4alo. beng hit b- auto esty and disarming fraknessk were The proposed. obligation not to ThE doesn't tidy up a messy
CIty inte Iidgtet PlantationIs arbe mshb..azk ever better demonstrated than resort to armed force to settle di0- situation, it leaVes dirty
.lo 0 'antod layontfafsns a pr mesenb s when he arrived in Washington ferences is north new, a it sl dishes in the sink for future cleanf-rr
HardyIheroineds.osb rgesas zingorl m the Geneva Big Four meet- already an unkep promise which in. The idea sems to he to park
SCnme ar woalrs u na. ing. He said: "Just what wi be'all member na s in signing all the world's troubles in status
Wd Ponte ar aktesr o hotels. bnthgher oan th e result of the conference, of the United Nations charter, qt o for a while without trying toon
Ci lty InThekerP lsantationsare'echandnev course no one knows." He did notI The major problems of removing hard to settle e them.d
when beaarrived in WashingtonnIsfercclaim it was a great victory. the threat of International corn-
NIet e Bridge and h boys nt. con-. Though others have claimed that. mwism eand liberating the sate- To use a couple of Russian
o r es n ad hesise isl n 'at- for him, as a personal triumph. elites were brushed aside by the cliches, this relaxes the lnterna-/
Masi much tinued power on h.ese nsaon a- The answers o how successful Russians as none of the business tional tension, this achiteves peace-
Permit.,ot .yways to Asia, And they talk rg the Geneva Conference was wilof the western powers. To offset ful coexistence. o"i
-.these left wingers. nWhen Jc be determined in the forthcoming this mtand-perhaps as a barain- To usa e the Amerren elicse, the .
).Hall. Bridges"' right and man- U nit a d Nation's Disarmament lrag position-the western hea s of cold war contianes. The oel con-
's .hers, was b eig t .ied udr t e Commission meeting in August, government rensed to discuss the6solttion un thas os the Jia nt
Smith Ac, Mal d e t thir en govn-aer d u h tnIu

metapost ecutg attorey In he regular N. gen ral a m problems of the East. be replaced by ahot we., h '
t el r. hichconv persone ltrinuSeptm ranTiwi v
snarled that, "Bridges will come nt in October. t Russian proposed liquidation achaeon slre la ofte rmer e .
dsccored at Geneva are viewedtloday down to in the opinion of some s1s yitnsio be left to the techp
wast si.Adthy ltr as entirely intangible. diplomatict observers in Washng- es sparta whi have to get j "Wa'r If o

a.. .t- he .s. likes to talk a nouty It created his levs and politely postpone etoadlab "uinqls. l_...I,...ddi:.

S A little action here would help by many skeptics.
0 b1W% K4 hlfl di hIS e S m% those speeches mean a little Stating the successes negatively,
IbsAore the Big Four conference did not
end up in a grand row nor in an
'O 0 h s e Cses u misai Oy admission 'that th problems were
Insoluble. Als, te-fjesident didn't
s e ss k to u ua y hive to give ndtngaway-which
hs p Ag is some j nelt and an
tcomee dil from ther inter.
S" wow amso b .. nation conferencA.
WHO "My org The Preambles of the final state-
eents from the four beads of gov-
zear jsaA rument and their directive to the
w *r ministers all glow with
nds l-sm. For those who take the
SAIVi "A leato sed beyond these open-
relaunthat nothing tani-
ies the. _.view-Z-:.
q rvea did not disarm a single
880W. Not-0 defasme budget-J
se ir. ru e bhaabeq saved.
eas sti n or hdregM bomb
& beaL dued W Nt@ trade
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R PO Gwerg-"Seven Year Itch") Ax..
iWw rOll-a a rod's.-6w Broadway play, "Wfll
Success es oU Rock Hupter?" f
her stlioets her take it.. TV's
so kids that one de-i
-tme re (Hess Bros., Allen-
-1 a rshg're rosy this l*lw ') hass ads duepartmiaent
a We I e hore. whicdifferent t seull mae thba 1.000
t Wen, l a race hore, thy different toys put out in connection
Oo with TV programs .... Vim Helmn.
S .t perform ces has the same dresain room in
Always. and the Brool (where he's filming the
areOt njj0l. It'e s movie "Patterns") that Valentine
,M m *mualu eanning pro- t "
Sa m me is a handsome
six-foot4ve- S.bouseer name
Sae eb ab t Clint's srrin"the
so. _SW outS.IeyeM leri which W Oer
do T 'IV. tn wan when B i. making for ABC-TV. He's
,w, ,we hdb$Ie ro msaddleo, and so many muscles
lsR.' I turnedpe a sha guy, with hand. lke
.&... .. m1r .he ook like Cape Cod at low
Mp r10.m. ,yM.,,-0,,, tide.

n a.rthe ... e-, He was working as a bouncer
a I tute (they call them deputies) at Las
t a wrI- sfltr. Together Vegas when somebody suggested
aS m'd then di be come Hollywood did
vsoe .2omatsI and br his wift worked as a waitr ess
so j present onr d he e bounced some more until
.lr: a show wnit he got i break. Now he's ltUng
a c rs: rowitr tuteared m in e and 11s c-t Of
al tohe pea brothsr- ting, nd Warnerg and ABcO-are
, Z and a show with Phil nd Warner and AB are
r if aallum.) both vyt excited. So, for that
'nat we did was see if we matter, Is Cllnt
nome with I goo4 lea, 'a Q" ^ i--ATexa--ar
3.A f 'o teseries," DICK' Q KIE: A Texas gar.
0 .30%,h.d c.a do deer h M a recorded message,
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*S;S. "MORAAN" .............................. npat
-i. "IMARNA" ................................Augut 13
.., "IBU RAS" ...................... ...... Au-gut 13
.8. "YAQU" ................................. ......Au t
.3. "AGERSBORG" .................... .. ...August 2o
*aanding Belr.ortne Chilled nd -Omell Carge

New York Service

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.8. "HERE ...............................A u t I
S. "F AME GEN" ...........................August 6
8.. "COMAYAGUA" .....................i.Auluat
.S8. "FRA BEMlLAMGA" u............... agust 15
sS. "CHOLU A" .... ...........A.... t
83. "ISPARTA" ............ ...............A.auut
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships oo New .
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Frandcisco
add Seattle.

Sposal rommd trip fMres ftro CristouoI to New
York, Los Aigeles, Sn Fracisco nd Seattle.
Th Nqw York ..... ........ .....14O.00
To Los Angeles and. pn Francisco e...1$270.00
TEL... PHONES.........:..... 0o
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16,000 me*-nand ilnament
beaieg and audal pt
er thele def etal ongrene entabn
ii he first American Articles

These fi t article7 were drafted
by a mfttee of which Wa-h.
Ingt: n is thp chairman The
appo to9Q Colonel Tudor her-
id t of professional, is-
I t@t.t the. trial of courts-
martea; cams.
This i not mean. however,
that a; Juge Advocate Geenral's
deparuptt, .as we know it today,
has beeq .gonitually in esstanpe.
pa e. contrary l W there

Fro 175 to 1849, the terms
dt h ,and led 4
Marshal and Advocate General"
were used interchangeably as re-
ferring to the title of an office,
and not merely the designation of
a function.
The msaolen of the Army Staff
Judgs4 AduFale here is to adain-
ister m jajstice throughout
the Army Cariobean, includ-
ing Army mbloas in Central and
South An qrica, to process foreign
and domestic elauns ariping with-
in the lunmite o that command, and
to furnish. general legal advice
and, ervcW sp the ieafaluals a
unatac te .cmnand. inadIn ioA ,
he J Judge Advocate -te
Cari a nd. Seven com-
n1juionlil ers is the grades of
captsea through coonuel. a
warrant officer and civilian .
ical hdelp, na iAg a court report-
er, are assigned to the Army Rtt
Judgf Advocate Section at Ft. A

Al.i combig under the USAR-
CAItlU JugMe Advocate is a soy-
en-offer Jue Advocate section
stationed -at kort Brooke, Puerto
Rico. This section is headed by
Lt. Col. Thomas Swan. -L. Co L
James G. MeConaughy, in addi-
tion to being Judge Advocate, is
saeoretary tu the United States del-
egatla end aseth as inspector. Gen-
eral. pfythe Army U. S. Military
Conaimim Bn Rio de Janeiro, is
uperted by the USAACAMHI
Army Judge Advocate.
All e- the officers 'are qualified
lawyers, admitted to practice be-
fore the highest court of it least
one .Apte, and in.many cases ad-
nitteg 't practice before several
curts, uudlng the nlte$ States
Court military Appeals and the
UCs!od 'l.ti supreme Cowrt.
AU of the officers on dty hin
Shave had military o x.
rf, otide, of the Judge
,uv9CAie corps, and 'bring to
641. sa wealth ot eaperi-

Col. wam N astfg, the Ar-
smy S.a1 Jde A dvocae, haa
prac~eld law smion" 19M boed in
Mne A Bd in civil it. In ad-
tI eirt har edmperiece as a
He, ai n the case *Itt ad staff
Judge Advreues ansiper lto a
Army or higher ammmend, w as
persdolty eaetei by at Jaudg
Advocate General for this esign-

e review
2e jiving
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eI a .- a4 .personal
r g bro ies a"re f by
the Itbnumera ous. The ceo
tl Army Stit Judfe Advocate is
available at ll times to render
ledil advice to members and units
at ths command, whether in cone
nti with kltar, or nrsal
Under the heading of the amn
real 'it I"noted-that the Army
Staff Judge Adfvoate is aughoiz-.
ed to assist th. Naval Di-
trict undlt C"FiL .an Air Com-
mand in gkmmal court martial
This arrngpment not only saves
muney but is concrete evidence of
iute-servjeo tooaperaltos.

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a tlflof iaBS~ .af -. a beauty of u-
taqiifoivejtit,,. jeffignow rdy to live or die for
vengeance. BEeathtakin- in Cinemascope and color by
ehnicolIor, 'CAPTAIN LIGHTFOOT,'. release today at the
CENTRAL Theatre, In anows of 1:10, 3:05, 5:03, 7:01 and
9:00 p.nm Advt.

If .

iiBB ^ at the 6 u le ,- -
vertleb tlake-of, wlngs are' ited- in vertleal
pe, alIrboaw, Vin.s are ..wumg to a sormal

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Beach umbrellas .................15.50
All Aluminum Ice boxes ......... 33.50
I crtable charcoal gilla ..... 9.50
1 Gel. water Jugs ............... '.50
Plastic Bar-B-Q '7 pic-nlc plates .. 0.30

BrIdr bles .........9.75
lat card ..9_5 set of 2
Zomtbi tall assen ..5.60 set of I
Scotch & soda glasses 5.60 set of 8
Brandy aniffers ......2.50 set of 4

Iron standing- book shelf 5.95
Iron records & record
player tables ....;......23.75
Iron stool & telephone
table ........ ....... 22.95
Metal Iron ig boards ... 9.50

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No other low-prked car even comes close
o.khgteei upn ha hte.evuee

If u're jplnilng4 t buy a new s, the
amo yest cent Sd le to is seeing Is
Caevwdles.-fer 1 aght years Amnerkca's
- beeMelWn on Tn Mereremi Chevre*le
en ear imuhs mme I-me he eltoer
lm sh.t Wa' me mty fair to
te1ps w n o A e even *n b- -peid
cer deeo l'She -d -p-iegs ha t
todulrs Chasel e s* yjeua
.' The beeaile bail Unmaet led alea
CbeTrea^nhBeent In *te basic
-a a u Theu no
,amcutan to go"
on a .^2u^^ a

The Bedy's by Rsherl
You see Body by Fi a Iots of the
high-priced cars-and on Chevrolet has
it the t low-price ieldl
T oay s mest modem
That ges for Chevrolet's new VI and
.two new sixes as well. A bring ya a
modern 12-volt electricaiseua- e
the voltage of other Iow- med cam. Then
Chevrolet's new "TurbohPe Vt" t the
states piston spWa-k the industry
A d, e fto yet r .il.l
Ttae's j pappry 13Pi Tewa

better this year!), new Overdrive (both
extra-cost options), and a new Synchro-
Mesh transmission that's as smooth as
they come.
AH the power helpers yu want
Windows, mat, stein. brake- are
available wih built-n "muscles" to make
driving a effeortiks as you whli. They're
optional at ntra-cast-and wiorth- tl
Come tale A keyl
There have never been so many good
reasons why you should drive a Chevrolett

Over J Ut hism Chevrelet ewmen-TwJIuAilleu nore t wva my other c ri,
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twist in "aheeeeake" art. Pho-
tographer Pete Fisher thought
he'd Join the girls in keeping
cool while covering the weather
story in Dallas, Tex.

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Riding & Jump
SIte 5 p.m. -
a. hI, iI.

POR SALIi Cyclematc Frigi.
dair deluIe 9-se. ft. with
reeseo, 7 months oMd $375.
Call 3-350.
FR O IALi -- *i:ri Jis d ..

May O dL ryse-r. i .reesie
r-ow o-i- oemsls dryer. 115/230 voleW,
Iwtes 7 months old $195. Call I-
qlawAve. M sUA 3510. FOR SALIE-lasy wearing m. -
..chine with atemeatic lp rim -
er, 2 ears old, esnllaet cndl-
IENT, LIFE tieo. $95; gs stow Ander ,n.
good coaditlen $50. 1-3580.
II N -FOR SAL.:-Soldmaple, Her.
S wood Wakefield Celenial bed.
RIDGE room et: 4-poer bed, Mr. & -
Mrs. chest. hLghlii ht to.
ams t-0562 bi. iprlg ind U.
Seolint CM ondition -t11.a -0.
-duE- I FOR SALI: -- lmp sce dining
, t in rt | roam sot., 4 burer k0.mrn
we an lw. rove with ye, dIulte be with
SI w inrnprsri motw, kiteh-
/A/l(Oll a I n a urtemsl, miKellaneeus ItmI.
wR myS Hou I seH 612 Be%&, Phene 2- '
I IL ellJ-AC 1887.
Oraduttes I N "
-3Tel.3 -13 ...2
I la 7e FOR SALI:-- Mahogany dining
I table with 6 eseln, twin bed,
night table, werdrmbe, 2 bu-
I pAXTR, SA. reOus. 2 raoking skhen, I Hol-
gr* Movers plywood bed. Iowmer table with
"" l 2to2 lo tp (lH mehogay), Phil-
s2o radio. lamps, airge mirr's,
Riding at 9-ft. sefrideterw, burner ae -
DING SCHOOL stove. pets. peel dib.e. Phoem
nlag len" doliv 2-5706. No. 7, Apt. 2. Derlies
Phone .0279 Street.

T u Saes Money


il Reservists
, IU., July 29 (UP) An
Swhich transported 1700
mo Jefrvlikea r1x leas

FOR SAL:--lrnrid ironer, aI.
mt ne W, usd very little, w .
or lonvtm n, $75. Call 1-239,
henn a002, tst Seot., Mer.
FOR SALIE:-One Sinpr enwinI
mechi- $50; oMn Bobe#e teI
$7.50; ono baby crib $10. Tol-
ophlM 6-530. See at 172-A

FOR SALEK.-Upholtdemrd livinI
room set. complete with table,
$200; Westinghouse utemnec
wehdie* I195 SI"aH
ch"rdhet p-i. Wo.
----i jsUk ptf _.l~~kWesUld

FOR SALE:-1954 Feod itoI
Wagsw 4-dweer,. 8 eern
rndl. Phme Pia 1.1144,
from 7:0 e.m. to 4 e.m.

PON SALis 1954 Mameury
butlen Wagon, band new 1955
Ford Slatem Wage 100 mles.
elbee 2-1050.
FOR SALI-1951 Chevnolet 4.
dewr deluxe, Powrw Glide. 1521.
C. Gvilla Reed, 4 to 6.

FOR IAUi 1t94 Chevolst
sedan, g **d timr, and meetr.
Phem Navy 3a75.
FOR SALu-1951 Morearp. sm.
di2, nylei at meV"W, odsiael
ownr, $750.' eStve, lbes

FOR SALI: Ham or, ruy
equipped, reasnable prie. Sea
It 63 Pomt of July Ave., Apt.
I, Pane.m.

FOR SALUi- 195I Oldimebil,
owad andi,, hf.vdwMeo,, r-
die, eta. MMe em. Make effer.
Feet Dy 87.4281.

FOR SALI.-195 Auatin A-40
Cennwetile, ieG d esdttea.
OWms t-Wnfeqi. nIt seMabi
CEll -0 oomPa se,'.
FORIALI--' Pontlm I Cot.
allma, god enitlen, ednnable
price. Cell albee 2-1569.

FOR SALE:-If it economicl
tranortaion that you ANd,
MN Navy 1582. 1951 Stwde-
baker Chemplen with overdrive.
-FOR SALEI- oIrlla. 1949
Kaiserr for $199. Garme II Pan-
ama Hol. CoI be financed.
FOR SALE: 1942 Ford V-I
Coupe, n renditioned m a t a r,
good tires; 1948 Chevrolet Se-
dan. A-I condition, S. Seley,
Coelpe Mtms., Phone 2.1031.
bid SAI:--I910 Merii Og-
tai> 4.d-w I60. Eallont


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BOX 1211, fuT C !L, C.Z.

00 YOU WISH weseedin plea-
ed ulitePr Fbla evoplag skikN
P Wa raflin any dlse pilow'
to he done ver tm CKl se K l
In Coles. Ale make hmu -
Ig-, butlem md besia qesye
nlag, bueo-amg and
belt. Apply hW Mtl l,. .,
MnI IaIa iveotl. Phoe LII,
extam %W ,V M 'al

DR. SCHOLL'S trainedi Cirpe
diet, Aloander. .Juib. Arweme-
as No. 58. Phone -21117.

General r air and iefinish of
R t te n fur Iture. GOraneed
work. Moderate prim. Home
delivery service. In front of Bia-
boa B Gerdon. hbnea 2-5174


FOR SALE.-German Scheauzer
A.K.C. raistnd bitch, 2 yeas,
wonderful companion for chl-
dren, recent kreding. $75.

FOR SALI: Spdrl r S|pael
puppleN. 100% puMe bred, tails
dolked. Phoe 2-3229.

FOR SAL:--rand new Win.
chfter mod 52 .22-al. tar-
et MHie; eeMllet Winchlster
model 70 30-06-cal. heavy bar-
el tert rifle; new sol x 16-
Mem. movie camera, three Swit-
ar Iems, F/1:8, P/l.:4, F/1:4,
trailer handle, eltle m nter
drive, btorbe,. aamud Wip" m
can for ory lshfto te o
outft; 7I.-rpp ,Z N dw
sped record ulpt easyng
can for LaeMbqll~prolnta
and II slide MiaRMn khon
Balhbo 2-309.

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mi*ttwv Ledreene. Ilujs end
4ln~np roes. perob,
maids roe, garage Fee

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am Lowe es, Pa ew

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het wo Nobt Ameriken fem.
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Help Wanted

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No. 1I. Phoe 3-" ff m1-
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FOR RENT:-Aprtmai* Three
kedrm., athr10 Panama Cie.. 0 La'n E pitoyes
ream with, emti. is, e.,""y
vliving-dlnlni s embian.
Preferable cplM wit c~ t m er
chlidn. Camp* Alegra, pbsnr An f
I._*A announce July Ref ireMents
FOR RENTi -Now a pameqo,
"Cagre S Ja uildi n emp es of th Panama Thwai ter fore
0. ,-Vl- A, i. ,-e- r&N, V4 ., .., *,, ,.',
S Phsone 1004 a nd 127.C' CAl ori onb wi th Tma, L d
b. Years s -.e and t -wo WI.1 ionttmB .Ci years I ld, a t, ~ elf
FOR SALET rtis1' aaUN. stwart.. l n 1as
Motors atid I hofauovie tl' Yyears, oan*mouth.and In1nM. he was

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operation. T:weny five arm; ;;s .. lyou f.
aees were used, the Navy said. l j .i" ,, ..
alf of the "weekend war- F1 ALI .
Iprs' who took part in the air- ser t
Kt. called "Operation Big "B'
witch," were flown from the t .
aval Air Station at Norfolk, Va., eor 5:30 p m.
Sthe NAS at Corpus Christi, ----__ --------
e. C hi LEAVING. Must sell: Raton
Th4 other half went from living roem sot, bedrmom et.
orpus Chrslti to Norfolk. s Steve. Very reasable. PhoeM
More than 800 cadets wno had' Paname 3-1210.
ust fished the amphibious -. -.-_----_ -- --
h Of their tralnin gand a FOR SALE:-BeautWi t aderm
ar Iroup that completed the soId Mmahogany 10-pc. meatlM81l
i hUon phae at Corpus Christi living rm st, ctom made,.
1e Involved, the Na vyaid. new condition. This set mu be
The airlift began Thursday seen. A real ergain for $475'
eight when the first R-5-D Navy -A Pso Clat yten. pena
ansport took of f from Norfolk W_4239.
r the eight-hour nonstop flight
o Corpus Christi with 40 mid- \\ Aklamp 0
lpmen aboard. WANTED'
At the same time, an R-5-D WT
ith another 40 midshipmenl Mi,.e0 laneous
o off from the Texas base for --------- ------
h 1500 mile flight to Norfolk. | WANTED:-On. girl'i 16" 2-
Succeeding planes took off at, wheel bike. phone Gambo 530.
ai readd In 15-minute i A.,n- A.,.i,
ala._*a or about August 15th. Work.
g c.. couple. Call 2-1517 Balboa.
Crockett, Aide
ind Contraband Senltor Proposes
MROWNSVILLE, Texas, July 29
(U)-DaV Crockett and an A lfr DiJl rML-
toan found two bags contain-IHM VII K gU tmH
40 pounds of marijuana .,,.. O R d ina
sUe couUnti the banks of the 0fho W l Ambe
itoric Rio Grande River yes-~ II WOIU t l IIlD)
'e two play-acting frpntiers ".VASHINGTON, July 29 (UP)-
ibrep6rted It to their parents, Sen. Ralph E. Flanders (R-Vt.)
Cio caed customs agents. The proposed the United States 'bom-.
tts confiscated the bags l bard" Red China with government-
kp n one turned up to re- Iowned surplus wheat. He sa id
nk them. i armed fighter escorts should ac-
Scompany the "wheat bombers" if
I Ineaessary.

"We would ask that these un-.
armed wheat bombers be allowed
to carry out their errands of mer-.
cy without molestation," Flanders
told the Senate yesterday. "But if-
they are fired on, th plet us bring
out our fighters an I let's have
plenty of them.
"Does this mean war? Can there
be war when the objective is the'
welfare bf the Chinese people:"
Flanders said the United States
should first try to get the Chinese
Communist government tu let the
heat be carried in by ship and
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bgiu-iuuaeu by tuu nauun t e
areas of greatest need."
But if they refuse, he said, 'let
us to Red China and
to-te werid t et we topfee mto
drop on Chinese cities, net Na-
t d, not wT, not llbombs, but
kaMt wr wn-each laserd to

. a %ow &# I
(CoeUnned from Page 1) imV
Bureau has arranged to offer by,. r ossive
bidor auction in small lots, sur-
plus items in which Canal em-!'
ployes might be interested for T
their personal use. I n Service
This was done following a re-
quest by Harry Townsend, of the -
racific Council about the posl- ARMED FORCES STANDINGS
bility of restoring the cash vales
systems at Section I to enable] Won Lost Pet
employes to purchase items to.ort Clayton. 13 1 .9o 9
be scrapped Fort Kobbe ...... 12 2 .857
The regular and rigid check Army At.lntic .... 8 6 .571
of all exloyeu handling food- Troopers -... 5 9 .357
stuffs was recommended by RESIULTS THURSDAY
Seybold in repbonse to a sug-
eatlon made by the Gatun Cl- nrto rtlaaton 91. Tronera 862

Ti .. CouneD that the certifi-
cates of" all ued employes be
displayed publicly at all times.
Such certificates should be
checked regularly by the Sani-
tary Officer in order to make
sure that they are current and
that the epaploye has recently
received the strict examination
necessary, he said.
Other Items brought up at the
meeting Included eventual the
moving of U.S. Army units from
the Gatun area where their op-
erations have caused considera-
ble disturbance to the communi-
ty, and the construction of a
paved walk from Akee Street to
Plank Street in Balboa on which
work probably will oe started
during August of this year.

53 Ford 6 Cly.

4 door.


53 Studebaker
4 door.


49 Nash 2 door.



Fort Clay-on 91, Troopers 62
Ft. Kobbe 75, Army Atlantic 57
Fort Kobbe at Fort Clayton
Troopers vs. Army Atlantic at
Fort Davis.
Fort Clayton and Fort Kobbe
added fuel to the fire last night
for their upcoming scrap for the
Panama Area Armed Forces bas-
ketball championship by turning
in convincing triumphs over the
third and fourth place clubs.
League leading Clayton smot;h-
ered the Tri-Post Troopers at
Fort Amador, 91-62, while the
Lifeliners stymied upstart -Army
Atlantic, 75-57. at Fort Davis.
The Cavaliers, now 18-1 and
Kobbe, 12-2, play Monday night
at Clayton.
Howie McCallen loomed back
Into the league spotlight last
night with 30 points for Kobbe.
The defending scoring champ
connected on nine of 20 tries
from the field and meshed 12 of
15 at the foul line.
But it was sub center Chuck
Baker who gave the Lifeliners
that go-ahead emphasis. With
the score tied at 27-27 only '30
seconds before halftime, Baker
scored on a driving layup, was
fouled and sank the free throw.
From there on it was all Kob-
be. The 'Liners led 50-38 going
Into the final quarter.
A rifid tftgla bone bo the

let t

W z Score .
ow. operator, Pd MI N.
(ocks; da years, two month C, Miss Beavers a guate of
0- t dys. North Carolia St oe tyo"for
1 0I T 1. -t -:---o--ta- oWomen and received her mater%
V icT o I i degree from Duke University, She
GUN CLUB taught school for several yew In
"w N. north Carolina before coming t
SNOTES the sthmus in 1. a
Cage ,Lo p --- lor High School and l' the
MCNZIFL WIN =ESET MATCH Cristob all dr High faor a
-IN FArZW wU 8 number of years.
Sri FAo WUd SOOT Missh Beavers plans to make her
Sub center Scudd Kelly saw Sr ton',,f i hnme in North C a following
than one qure anl d oaaed 1 R.I Born in Springfield n nn.,
Starting guards Connie Colean skeet g, was attendedby Blackrburn ecve s il
rous. to .Since that tim e hasbn b ean a
Dsod Rgoscoerp, thae Hoort oeatllg intet member of the Zone olice force
a forhe Troopers -w 11d--ai a and Ca. 1 .G.-c lrd o
taillis. Nine of his pots came H ~ ~Ritc resof th- icluded metorcyae officer, desk
in the first quarter to help event, with McNeei idnigthe officer, wtetmai, aed ti eag oe .
Troops to their early lead. coin-tooe. The trap ovt ended ic.ats, the past several years,
Jesa Valde and R alph Dixon in a e w e ay e eehai beenrao dispatcher. .l
each canned 12 l nd Bob tMeyer WTin. R .d v e a. ri Mr. lad M helrckn will
caged,11 for A*wp.. Meer jW0soB.hugh a leave the lssomum m August a4nd
---iF ., .* .. .....0 0 uJthe withs c res of ~. Prline
Whie Kobbe s playing at mosey went to Cunn am who plan to make their home in St.
Claytowl= y nifhtin the bi won the coin os. eetersburg, lla.
one the T wIl 1be at Fort Falrbrotner was born in Hankin.
Davis to face Army Atlantic. Honorary overall winner of he son, N. D., and wonu tar te
aboot was unanimously declared Pennsylvania Ra road be fo re
Army AtlaNtic fg ft pf t Tom M NeIll who was reaenmted common 1 t ne istemus in 1916. l.He
Rash, f .. ...... .. 4 0 3 with a s trlin silver vthe ap. .wa emproye a soon alter his arriv-
Kohrherr, f .. .... 2 2 4 S propriatly engraved. m is one al as a macit in the Mechanic.
arbrough, c .. .. 4 4 4 12 of the best liked of theold time al DivisIon, now the Industrial
an, *... .. o 5 0 3 10 members ad a former officer of Ulvislon, and w the exception 01
Satterle, g .. .. 3 1 both the Balboa Gun Club. and a short break in ms service in
Davis, .. ..... 22 th Cnal Zeone ,Trap sbbtin As- L2ul, he nas workoa continuously
Ares f.. .. .. .. .. 00 0 0 ociatn. Althoqb h he may not be with Wae saqe udL .
opkey, c .. ... o0 4 th bet taP d in theA world, he Mr. anu ars 8.aibrother plan
Hume, g .. .. 0 0 n s till w on it, ad can real to make .their butsre home In P-
ly ,low his eels 'when there's nama city.
Totals $23 U 1 money on the sne. Tom is retir- oIreene was boe nI Washlngton,
Pert K ebbe ronm the Canal Service a n d D. C. and is the sIa f t w y n
M.Caoen, f .. .... 13 3n leaves this week for the U. S. We Greens, former tanal comptroller.
Nickles t .. ... strong uspect that his motive He caide to tne uuimus Wai n
Pc. c .e ,.... .. o 2 0 for mg h at his earl a is parentand was n e: t temploed
C io, .. 6 1 hav mo te m ore time for oo with the Canal organization in
McKag.g. .......3 s I 8 ,T'om has all arrangenenta made 1915 on a summer vacation Job.
-atchett, f ..... 2 head the CZTA'dea eeion -to During Wora War 1, he served
e, nh chnmG I eftonD Trap ---t
Koepke, t .. .... o 0 th anufl Gran Amerinn Trap. with tUe U. S. Navy and was ra-
Baker, c .. ... .. a 8 h 8 ot b .,old.nextri. th t reemployed by the Ca* In 1I0
D.val, .. ... ..0 0 0 a ,re ne There f i e a &&crrkwiththeSup* Depart-
,tl o b Iy .ZTA's Dr. Z. A.Ger. ment.In 1923 bae worked for a year
*Totals L q z"Jana.n, end Hey to 2ete with te Tropical Oil Company in
2 1912--withr n estimated =0 .shooersI argas .
Score By Peridis frobml al over the wor mfor wil'we reemmapni the In
Army Atlantic 19 -8 p1 gonernainto me ute AlmMetin I* and tk
Fort robbe 13 18 20 257 R t" uconc siwere srved at D earwasnS en1to
1 -75 thg Concluion of aturdav's-farem. w,. yea w as n
S-- wel shoot by Doc G"rrans wo b.S,,,. .Ivertasa'
Keovy On Hogs d ew from his basement aultm th.T&e,. Arica Pie.

)SM ? Flodw -cuy 2 p rare r fart.h oran. e t s o Fortetu neI
-SCelA.F aoy July T Guesds who attended the shoot S tatesrto w rnwil
,,-,Avgt ao *e ,aheartyafa vw-- l nhat i ns t
Vlodimar Mitake ac h of hded Ciptw. Stewin retired C. I nt
w a '-rZ. Departm,-ent Ch ief. Major
of rSavd demand when he thlf eeo Dt W. -E. J$eM jI.J CsgtW'itV
:rhogs in "194' sitV"odai
SO this year. ovW se.a Ct. We he .-

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a. staut.Von
*ad ,neva id tre ter in trh
csum ad &a ] areaua of tthe

Stewf pladtoTtive FlariM
afier ta retirement.
A native of NoV .ondao, Cone.,
Miss Sugrue served-a a yeoman
with the U. S. Nevy durg Wer
War I in New LoAdm and then
worked a lt eiMani p e for
several more years. 3Kg toak her
nurses training at th6# mye Cit
Hospital and. came td ite I.
mm in 1990 as m nurma Gorgaes.
She was. head nure at garita6
Hospital for two yatse- w as
trandefrred to a Colon
Health Office as pbic ke'1lth
nurse in 1946. Dui-ng the =tnite
yeoms, Mis Su.tge tws rkad
under Dr. Jesse rd, Dr. Waye
Gilder and Dr. r Osterba~ .
After leaving the Ithe ni, M ie
will make her home Brook

Pope PwI Calbs For

Faith Co-Exblece
Peoe ; ius I, ina a letter made
pulle today, called for co-eilt-
ce of prayer among Chrttiut
aon both les of 1the Ira Curtain.
"Far the. people of the Orient,
4hi lve uder a materiallstie I-
ideology -laid down by ta e au-
thority, thp true Chritiof
Western world has only tbougbt
of e and e who roe.
"e can s mfv as t to
oJe form of e o-Dfetocr, -
brg e sevarat, a th at
faiUt of t em rd
my tojtrt .w .ti'(_*.otr
other aB of tlla 'Lm t

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sIfll Jond their insaks wra God.
lbe% er wa. 1to MN .
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BEST OF FRND iS"'Blackle" a threoith4old kitten who
lives in Istanbul, Turkej, shows how,eaty it Is to.geton a g with
strangers-even rabbits with ears Ave times a bIg as his own.
The friendly kitten even pals around with some local white micel

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. to enruIuItMft ths 4
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Whesbts, thrtt prepen
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etterare a patIpaeat Ui.
Pheoteipha are esed, but
one' an b e rtturnid

Richard G., Abbott son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Abbott, Diablo,:
repaired to climb aboard a T-33
et trainer at Langley Air Force
ase, Va., as part of the annaul
AFROTC encampment at his Tac.
tical Air Command base. Richard
Is a student, t.Trinity College. He
is one of 193 college students from
43 schools who are attending the
four week encampment here and I
is a senior majoring in mathemat-'
ics. *
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CHICAGO; July:II (UP)- A 17) when .
year-odM Nro confessd the be r into.
ARx Biying Ti eight-yeld Ma- bew h
Agr Manso who was kidnapped,
and dain -three weeks ago. scream,$
mid. to r
Police Capt., Frank Reyoldi b.i
haid the youth, Clarence Bauh, H et
confessed to the vicious sex crime a
late yesterday after ail night ques. n *ra
tioning. Baugh broke down a nd L e a I
said "well, you got me" after a Polie id B aB
lie detector test' indicated guilt, taken to the scefe to
Roynolds said. crime to pinpoint the
Reynolds earlier had"WO
Mary, a smiling, light hearted poRicen would get the Sa
little girl, disappeared July 4 rate who committed- the';
while on her way back home crime. "It may not bew
from a drug store. iShe had goneluick;,. he had said, n oit
to the store with 15 centi to buy et him. ,,
a rubber nipple for her nine-
months-old baby brother. I He said that .-A tip r6
Her ravished body was found In an during, a canvass
a debris-laden viaduct three days zo neighborhood led to
later. rest.
He uaid the womaia
Reynolds quoted Baugh as say- ste had seer. Baugh' V
Ing he knew the Manso girl and *Httle girls in the ne-M
had hid in a passageway and wait had had to chase e"T-
ed for her to pass. lee were unable to loclt
his home,--oweves. :-
Caugh, who said he had "pro- Bagh d police
ejected her into the future" a nd home a couple of wOef
"thought she'd be pretty an1 e cause he khew he was
-______ *questioning. Since then. h.
he had Sdiep on the cltlt
"-~ IHe returned home, TUOM
-- ~lice said, and was takri
e,% police station by his 4'
-\ IAfter all night ques
was, tripped up on hid
/ ng a lie test, Reynol 0
I 1^ ^ The.Manzo laying .-
Inh a series.of sex
tacks in the Midwest '
of less than a week. Ij
.-% V Jdays after the -I u
was found, 21-month
Someetmes smile goes along Sue Davis was anat
waybut tcoudproboblydoore ~ b at SAioux C.ty i
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CA1AL ZONE DELEGATES of Girls' State 19
tend Orlsr' Nation In Washington, D.C. froi
calledoon Maj. Gen. Lione!1 C. McOarr. Comm
USARCARIB, this week. The delegates, MislA
19G01irls State Judge and Miss Mary Curtis,
Governor, are scheduled to meet President
other governmentt official-q during their one-%
merican University in Washington. D.C Girl
sofed by the Amerlci z Lepwion Auxiliary witi
of civic groups, has ueen hFid annually in
since 1949. This year it was held in April a

Marking the anniversary
,,., dependence of Peru. a noontli
day by Peruvian Ambassador C
Guests who called at the E
officials of Panama and the Ci
^ lomatic corns and personal fri
SGeneratel McGarr's Sister,
Brother-ln.Law and Niece
;, Are Quarry Heights Visitors

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of the proelami
me reception wi
lerman Arambu
*mbassy resident
anal Zone, mem
mendsf the Anm
se, of Phoenix,
Miller and Ma

* Mrs. Albert J. Miller of Bakers-'
field, Calif., accompanied by her Shipbomad Rees
Husband is visiting her brother. Winds Vp Cade
Maj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, US- A trainload
ARCARIB, and Mr r. Me Garr, Pacificl ide. Jol
i.thlsx week. Isthmus last ei
Also visiting Is Miss Peggy Wei-farewell the r

boaid the Ragship Roanoke 'by ,
Near Adm. MpILraim R., MeLeah,k .V...
Jr. commander of the task force ma oter
which brought several thps .
Naval cadets to the IatUh.
Festivities started on
Evening when Rear Adm.MM
Miles, Commandant of tin fr I
Naval District, entertained with A
his officers at Coco Solo Officers' W." Iti-. *
Club for the visiting officers of Q3use -d
the task force.4 yu Ian?" Iil
On Tuesday evening, Admiral a before youne
and Mi.lHe gave a dinner at left re1eafor thad
Iheir quarter for vilting officer vacation, her nlsha g they mean "Put yor away.'
Cadets were entertained at two her some news. Ann hey say, "ion't you your
.ar tea dances, one at Coco So- to english faculty ichoent m other may be worryn aut
jo rs' C bb and the other at to write next ear's Senior Add o?" when they mean "G home &
The r Navy Club, Ft. Ama- Then she sa "I insisted that now: we w t. to eat me.r
dor. you deserved this honor." What ha i is wihlt lpted"ts,
m Dinner ANN did not say, "What doY to An treatment at our fear t p
laterah isier oif e tuay m an. Miss Parsons?" Instead. she -or Iazlnepr-that wauds "Fl A h e d tome i
The" iiter of l uy. an d ha. s .. agreed to meet JUM "We
Mr. Felix Poleri Carrio entertain-. place. A n as t .
ed at a dinner on Monday evening. na ly t -.a 1 .eo
S inviting a group ofp ersonaa S A- CS A E s ER kmlg- aremarred, but er rr a
.. friends to their Bella Vista home SA E. l sunowe- .2fettet llis man waits with impatioece and
.. Inspected by l-yAold Beverly resentment. Knowing that, it's.
955, who will at- (Continued on Pan 9)) ggins from a ladder in her foolish of a woman to keep a
SAug. 4 to 10, (Cot e A N I R Lvenworth, SaL.5ick yard. huab84 welit expect KVm
idang GOer(le A N N IV E R SA R YIt grew from, smds leftin the t to be il a eisnttframe of niad
MsyOrM (left) yard last winter asbird tfeed. when seow. s hows up.
1MS '5rstate S ... Keep re ml di'g .w nu'bandt U
lenho*er and .AE- do %meth ib obviously In no
week stay at A- J gue out what I mean for me." feel like a d and men like women
a' States, spon- at So' we must teach ghldren to Wr o makd them fee like men.
Ii the assistance K ID.VlLL learn to ask, "Wbit y07ou .lay'
the Canal Zone I n mean?"The fact that t s fld or Alk constantly about her econo-..
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ing and perhaps an datj cavity Nancy know that it isright' %hand about her penny-pinching.
treatment, His first teeth are just back the muddled meanag to the Since these are all obvious
as imporknt to his good heLt as Children's DRESSES, back-to-school person i belongs to--and hegy mistakes, it's a wonder so50maI&W
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asr en ears. come in. Cash s No Reurns the crooked talked to.take respon. their husbands are so hard to get
ro Iu dchighu.ybh Soles No Return s i4ity for his own straightness along with.
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TOUTED ON TECHNIQUES-Prof. Aftb Hassan (right), president of Urdu college of
the University of Karachi, Pakistan, gets inside information on F-84F Thunde-streak
jet during a visit to' Republic's Farmingdale, N. Y., plant. Jack Parente shows cockpit.

SHINING EXAMPLE-For three cents, the shoe shine boys
of Quito, Ecuador, will give you the works. It's high chair
luxury sitting 10,000 feet up in the cool Andes while the
boys put a gloss on your shoes. They have refused to raise
prices. That's the Presidential Plaza in the background.

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GIVE US LIBERTY-Sailors prepare for inspection on the
tering, the liberty party headed for San Francisco and

battleship Iowa. After mus-
several hours of relaxation.

S LIKES THE WATER-A British army scout car moves through four feet of water at a
development center near Chertsey, England. Co-driver directs the submerged driver.

DECKED OUT-Two-year-old Beverly Baker is dressed up
for a trip from New York's Idlewild airport to Munich,
Germany, to see her soldier-father who is stationed there.

A TRANSFORMATION-Can you .imagine moving this power transformer-540,000
pounds of it-from Pittsfield, Mass., to Sacramento, Calif.? Engineers from General
Electric did it recently. The transformer will step down electric power from 220,000
volts to 69,000 volts. A special flat car had to be designed to transport it to the coast.



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IPETY ASSIST-Frances faliano holds mirror 4s Rocky Castellanm greases hi face before
workout Te Luoerne, Pa, middleweight who boxes out of leveland mAneets Sugar ay Robinson
lin a nationally-televised 10-round mate at San Francisco's Cow Palace, July 22.

CZ Among American Legion lIndonesian Elecon

Areas Entering Miami Parade O"rseers Seleced
I DJAKARTA, July 20--(UP)-
Vice President Mohammed Hat-
sinr ta today appointed two former
MIAMI, Fla., July 29 Twenty- signers of vehicles in the famous prime ministers an dan elder
live departments already have an- Orange Bowl Festival, was for the .-tatesman to the task of assem-
noulceu plans O'tu say it w it Ithdepartment of Kansas. Bedecked ling a cabinet to see Indonesia
Coats" in Mianlmi October il. with sunflowers, this float will fea- rough her first general elec-
-'A*i4 result, the most magnift- lure cattle, wheat and oil, for uion.
bentt grand parade in all Ameri- which the state 1is noted. I Hatta named as cabinet for-
can legion history is now in pros.- The department with the great- amateurs Sukiman Wirjosandko-
ecttor the 1955 national conven-est number 'of floats planned to'jo, head of the Moslem Party of
tton with something 1ew added to date is Alabama with five. masjumi, Wilopo of the Nation-
the annual pageantry. Float for the farthest away de- alUat Party and Assaat Datuk
The new touch waig be floats apartment Is the one for Washing- Mudo, a non-party statesman.
from departments from coast to ton, stressing that state's greIat Hatta will sweer ins the three
coast depicting tae blessings of outdoors with a Pacific Coast formateurs- today.
their states and the progress of beauty in a canoe backgrounded Sukiman Wirjusandjojo and
taeir people In new diMenslous by a high waterfall. Michigan will. Wilopo are both former prime
vf ,oor, glitter, melody ansd have at least two floatsmin th e. ; inlsters. Assaat Datuk Mudt
rhythm' pai .de, one portraying the state's, once was acting president of the
Joe H. Adams, president of Le- recreational facilities and the oth-, Tndoneslan Republic duri the
gion Conveion corporation of er depicting Detroit as the na- -evoltion when the Dutc had
Ylorlda, predicts that before thetionis industrial arsenal. aled President Soekarno and
first Legionnaires arrive in Miami, Tennessee's float will picture alled Ptta Soearno an
most departments wil oe repre- the TVA and, of course, Davy tt
sened wsan parade tioats. Crockett. Massachusetts' is to
'ihe departments of the Canal be built around the Minute ;Reveal Death Of
Zone and Mexico have joined the Man of the Revolution. The A- l
following 23 continental d e p a r t- bomb "mushroom" gets spevial- E |: Rv_ Chkef
ments in announcing definite plans treatment for Nevada. Georgla's EX-A p oChe
to have floats in the Big Parade. float will display poppies and
LeUading the American Legi on peach blossoms. TOKYO, July 29-(TUP)-Ky-
aection a the parade Minnesota's merican Legion Junior Base-. wichi Tokuda, fugitive boss of
float wBl dlpict the Land of 10.- ball and the Mount Rushmore the Japanese Communist party,
000 Lakes, with a fair angler Memorial share honors on two of died in Peiping of cerebral hem-
booking a big one nup' la the cool the floats designed for South Da. orrhage in October, 1953, a par--
vocation country. kota, while Maryland's are repli. ty spokesman disclosed today.
ftirsatrag loat to be built cas of the ataion's first railroad The balding, roly-poly Comr-
by Vaugn Displays of Miami, de- station and a modern streamliner, muhist went underground imme-
diately after. he was purged
from public life along with the
4 entire party leadership on orders
of Gen. Dou 14a MacArthur in
ke Gets Big 'NoO n, Urging a ",?5.:i nati on-
&eC Gets,, Big- No'. N' '. urging klU upe, 1950. For fIve years his
~erea. -utA,4 be oen Vanation-
Orgf 5 RO Ie g W y Il F _______H _
Congress Revive gway Bill Full4ouse Hears
-- Musical Proaram

WASHING July 29 (UP pod other methods. t

President Eisenhower yesterday insist on any particular financing The newly-organized Hall of
strongly urged the House to re- method other than to say there "ame musical group presri -dl
vise' the scuttled highway bill but must be adequate financing.', t first program Wedne-'," ,e-
drew a prompt and unequivocal "I would, devoutly hope," he ore a full audience in the Pa-
"no" from Speaker Sam Rayburn. said, "that the Congress could re- "ific Service Center.
ayburn said firmly t here is consider this entire matter before The artists featured were Ca-
'so chance of getting a bill this terminating this session." 'lina Dagomel, soprano; Wil-
session, none whatever." Presidential press secretary ert Smith, tenor; and Francisco
Democratic leaders reiterated James C. Hagerty refused to say,4wa, pianist.
the President will have trouble whether thi President would like ------
getting a highway program event see Congress put off adjourn- Panama Artists
next year. They blamed the Re-I ment, still tentatively set for this ,
publicans for killing all highway Saturday,l.f necessary o apss o veRecital
Wednesday. Highway bill. But Repu licans iv
joined Democrats in dousing cold, .. o
Tt er ., water on prospects of action. Two of Panama's outstanding
The President-issued an extra- water.. Mak Wash) concertt artists, Alfredo de St
r consider its action. After reject- urged the President to call Con- Malo and Jaime Ingram, will
r sider id acon After rjeci Ne v n ye piano sona
,og the President's bond-financed gress back in special session be- giv....i.l.and piano sonata
hghway p lan the Hoe o er- .fore Nov. 1 to work out a bill. He recital at the National Theater
whelmingly defeated a Democrat wrote the President that delay un. Wednesday night at 8:30.
in pay-.s-yu-ride substitute. til next year might snag the legis- Featured will be Beethoven's
Spay-as-yo e su ute. nation in election-year politics. Sonata No. 5 in F. Grieg's Sena-
Mr. Eisenhuwer declaring he' The Senate has passed a bill ta in C Miror and Cesar Frank's
was "deeply disappointed, said calling for a five-year, 18-billion- Sonata in A.
the "good of our people, 'of our dollar program with funds to come Tickets are on sale at Morri-
economy and of our defense re- out of regular annual appropria- son's Book Shop.
quires that construction of these tions.
highways be undertaken at once." The House WednesdayLtwice,
S statement issued by the turned down the President's 10- Don't Knock!.
White House, the President said year $38,600,000,000 bomb-financed FORT DODGE. Ia. (UP) -
differingviews over financing a highway plan. It then beat the'A.C. Paulson. Albert City, drove
multi-blon dollar road program Democratic bill calling for a 13-. here to visit Joe Nordquist without
"should not be permitted to deny year, $50,477 000,000 program fi- calling in advance.
our people these critically needed nanced by higher gasoline, diesel Since he often didn't call before-
.tp .. fuel, truck and tire taxes. ,hand, Paulson was accustomed to
-He said he still considers his House Democratic Leader John finding no one at home.
bond-issue plan a "sound" one, W. McCormack (Mass), said thel But this time when he got here
but added that "others have pro. Democrats' plan was a "good bill" he found that not only were the
-. ? and Republicans should have sup- Nordquists not at home, but their
ported it after the President's pro- house was gone, the basement
Mt ian II Dian gram was turned down. filled in and the lot levelled off.

Air search Center
U ;At AnRBO, Mich. -(UP)-
The University of Michigan's
Enghering Research Institute,
whch handles research problems
for outside agencies, has
alannounced plan for construction
o an aeronautical research
buid RI is headed by Richard
Foliom. He said the 34-year-old
ganaton Ihas for years funneled
feseatre probltms fro0m industry,
government and other groups to
Iacuity members as well as to'its
own staff of technicians. The corn
acts fromen outside -agencies
amount to better than $86,O,000 ai
year, he said.
The ERI, which has dozens of
laboratories scattered about the
campus here has done research on
Bach erosion, made harbor stud.*
ies, and is doing work for the
government connected with nation-
al defense against aerial attack.
Folsotim said that with "some
*I funds from outside contracts"
the new aeronautics engineering
research building will be con-
strueted. It will include a high-
speed wind tnwr!, rn arera
propulri- labor ;atory aid
a pumping station,
Construct ,fis expected to begin
this summer.


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i CORVALLIS, Ore. -:UP)- Yor
can still let a ticket at the old
Corvallis railroad station, but it
won't get you any farther than he
hoosegow. The police department
is housed in what used to be the
railroad station.

For time to time, Charles Chaplin returns to charm au-
diences, and the good news today is that Charles Chaplin :
returns In one oz the this funniest comedy of all time:
"MODERN TIMES," now at the LUX Theatre, in shows of
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"GO FOR BROKI" I "Man with My Face"

It was 10 years ago toady -Ju- jackets to other men -aboard the Congreas completed nation on a
ly 29,1- jIthat the U. S. Con, torpedoed and sinking troop trans- $3,708,34,750 ot.lpa aid bill yes-
tinental aogress took time out port SS Dorehester, on the morm-. terdy after several Democrats
from the rigors of wau to adopt in of Fr IM, and in so called 6 the to ex-
a resolution providing for the pay dong sa ee their own lives. plain how 3 mi dollarshd
ot chaplains. been lost ad tha ound.
From that rather iaupious Survlvofa fportad seeing the BMth the House and Seatt ap.
beginning, the Corps Chaplains chaplains taiag tgther on Proved o profile vrsion by
has gone on to record a history of deck, linked arm i ain Arm, with volce* t vo n seat it to the
unfali ng courage and devotion in voices raised ina prayer, as the White nouse. The SnOato paused
succeslsfully fulfillin g its mission stricken ship mad her final long e to discuss the vecis-
of serving the moral, religious and flunge. covered ___n.
spiritual needs of Army and Air "It' no ard to l-
Force personnel, their dependents 11 d on ) said! Sea. aberts
and civilian employees. I fid ly v r s. Ham hy D-ainia "L thisft
USARCARIB Chaplain, Chaplain is a et adiistrato,
(Cpl.) W. J. Rleis, who will be A. then God help free enterprise.
replaced by Chaplain (Col.) Har- IBlcksU II0 s iumiphrey and Sen. Ukits Mans-
old F. Donovan Wednesday, heads i field (D-Mont.) called for an Inves-
a group of 11 Catholic and 10 Pro. t t o T'th imm general
testant Army chaplains who min. O r il the efense Deartm acss
aister to the spiritual needs of the o n counting prwttess.
Command. At issue was 802 million dollars
During -the last fiscal year 6,- HATTIESBURG, Miss., July 39 loute and Sepate conferees founo
374 religious services were held (UP)-Three persons walking a- Wednesday, permitting oh6m to
in the ten USARCARIB chapels, IOn a downtown sidewalk were agree on a compromie version of
with attendance of 265, 671. W d yesterday in the two block bills passed pr ously by the
swipe of an automobile whose 1-. House and Senate. It was money
Tho chaplaincy evolved dar. derly driver collapsed with his appropriated in previous years but
lag the Revolutionary War from foot jammed on the accelerator. not used.
an unplanned supply of volun. Chairman Carl Hayden (D-Aris)
teer. cerymen to an organized Police sid Charles D, Fuller, of the Senate Appropriations Corn-
system of brigade chaplains. By 78, of Hattiesburg, "blacked out," mittee, said the administration
1783, the last of these chaplains sibly from a heart attack, as found the money in a new account-
had left the service, buat to 1791 he zig-sagged down the city's main ing system required by Congress.
the Army was again increased street for a block and then onto He said it originally was provided
to a brigade and the Rev. John the sidewalk in front of a large for foreign military aid and divert.
Hurt, former chaplain, became department where the three vic. ed to Korea.
by presidential appointment the tirs were mangled and strewn Sen. Leverett M. Saltonstall
first Regular Army chaplain. for another block. (R-Mass.) said the Defense De
In- 1899 an act of Congress re- I ., partment spent the money in Ko-
quired ecclesiastical indorsement' Fuller was hospitalized w It h rea and never had asked the for.
of chaplains by their own- church cuts. bruises and several broken eign aid agency to reallocate the
bodies, and the various denomina- ribs. He was suffering from shock funds to the department for mill-
tions established agencies for the and could tell police ocly he "lost tary aid.
purpose of passing on the qualifi- control" of his automobile.
cations of prosp etive chaplains, i 'bl D g A
During WorldWar I a total of Killed were Alobert C. Stewart, Constable Bugs Out
2,363 chaplains served in the Ar- 45 Hattiesburg: Wiley L. Clark,
my. Of this number, six w e r e about 60. Route 1 Purvis, Miss.; aL r I
killed in action, five died of and Negro Henry Adams, age un. | rirm 1 r oii
wounds and 12 of diseases or acci- known of near Hattlesburg. W t F P r l
dent. Clari's legs ware severe, where
In World War II the. Corps of he w~as slammed through a largv -lINTTINGTON, W. Va., July 29
Chaplains reached a peak witdow of the store. Sears Roe kP-A constable entrusted with
sn of1,7ca ain s buck and Co. delivering a. coal corny payroll
srengho 8,17 haplas. fled from Bluefield, W.Va., with
While one does not usually as- f o m Bluefied .*mr with
soclate the non-combatant corps Two policernen handling traffic $80,000 in stolen money today but
witKS casualties due to enemy ac. at an intersection tried to f 1 a u was nabbed three hours I*a t e r
tions, the corps suffered number. down Fuller after his car pulle T vhen his plane landed hire.
ous casualties from this cause from a parking s p a c e, bumping Tom Biiuns, 41, a formeut her nd aMer
oner of war camps, A total of into another. Fuller's auto t hen constable for the past three years,
and during internment in pri.- one car and se ding it crashing erContybl for uty astheriff ears
2,355 decorations was made to ;swerved across the street and was taken into custody shortly be-
1,744 chaplains, and it is esti- back atain in the first block of its fore noon bytwo stateolicemens
mate tht soe 30,00,0 0 wld and three Huntington offcers who
mated tat some s=,ooo,o 0o wild mtticmerilpaeo
persons attended over 5,400,000h met the commercial pl i n e on
religious occasions provided by The car bounced over the curb which he left Bluefield with the
the chaplains. onto the sidewalk, hitting Clark Sl oot. t rtca
Outstanding in the history of the first and then Adams who wasid Police St. P.R. Pritchard
corps during W.W II -is the episode just leaving the department store sid i ated th theftan
of four Army chaplains, one Jew- where he was empeyed as a por- would be returned to'e Princeton
ish, one Roman Catholic and two ter. Stewart was down andW nto ace charges, of grand
Protestant, who gave their life killed abolt10 feet fatther. rel ed "bdfancial r.
-. H6 blamed "bad Iklancial c I r-
cumnstances" rpsultin from sick-
ness in his family tr his decision
THE PICTURE THAT SET TH4E WHOLE WORLD to Seta the money". Blvis 'n r-
rHod'and h tm e,chlldren.'
LAUGHING: rienar aid Bivin eand an-

deliver it* payroll frotp the tlat
Top National 'Bank at Bluefield.
Tthy oim yally went to' the bank
t oter otet thea money and
ta e to comas.'-
The officer said Bivins went to
the bank alone early, was given
the money, and drove to the Blue
fiek' airport where he boarded a
plane for Columbus, b hti o. He
plar'ied to go from there to Tuc-
son, Ariz., Pritchard said.

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him into retful sleep. They act very gently and as ab-
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way to the hometretchwith Al.
batiIs taking over in the final
eighth to win at his rider's plea-
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Idle. Lul Giraldo will 4-,-a ol Nacho
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THE PRICE WE PAY for health Is o dramatically,shown by these Canal Zone first and second graders In the panel above. They repre.
e ent fur 'of 62 free anti.pollo inoouattons adnrinitered in the CZ thi a week. Nearly 1,110 Salk vaccipe shots have also been given, since lat
May by. Gonga and Ceco.Solo holifita to htfidren leaving for U.S. vacations. TOP LEFT: ftit, daughter of Sp-2 and Mrs. .athaniel.Crmfford.
^ Fort Clayton, responds with a.rueounding "Ouoh!" to the nbedle given by let Lt. Gene Whittington. TOP RIGHT: At Fort Kobbeo little Nanny
(Miss Crockett) Levitt, daughter f Capt. and Mrs. Davis Levitt, Fort K obbe. Intends to trade shot for shot wtih Nurse Rose Fernandez. LOWER
LEFT: Sp-1 Hal Lynch (left) and Cpl. Paul McBride gEng up on winoin g Mike Campbell, son of M/8gt. and Mrs. Quentin Campbell,. Fort Clay-
ton. LOWER RIGHT: This is not'for Ruth EBen. The tarless but pan Ic-struck little miss in the daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. G. Kihigren,
Fort Amador. (U.S. Army. photos by p.-2 George Campbell arnIl,p-3. Karl -Topham)

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Atomic Canon, Rocket Launchers

Strengthen U.S. Far East Forces

TOKYO, July 90 (UP)-Amen- lodeod today on Okinawa. Amr-
lean defense against Communl4t le's most powerful fortress ;h
aggression in Asia were the Farast. 4 .
strengthened today with the ar- "This unit has been deployed
rival on Okinawa of six atomic to Oklnawa," a spokesman :d,-,
calnons and .by the announce- "in accordance with U.B. mid-
ment that atomic rocket launch- tary policies to furnish feld
er Will be sent to Japan commanders with the most mO4d
It marked the first time in ern weapons available.
history that the a8-ton atomic "The battalion will be opegs
w1eaons were stationed in the national and starts its training
FPar ast. program in a few days."
The Army said the 5th Field
"Deployment in the Far East Artillery Battery. recently train-
(of the .weaos)T" said an AT- ed at Ft. Sill, Okla.. also will be
my okes n, "is evidence that assigned to the Far East.- It IW
thar I prepared to .defend equipped with Honest John
the world with the most rocket launchers. There are Msx
muotern t epons in our arsenal." launchers in a battery.
attotentig of an atomic mis- It was reported the 11-inch
aile. unit n Japan was expected Honest John rockets, with a
to et ff-alargescale Uoltical range of -15 to'30 miles, might
controversy with Pri Minister go to Japan. -
toMuatoyama coning under The development came as the
tire ~War the Seialists United States and C0mmiubt
Md lngln' etg psp China prepared to open talks in
hIt wa revealed earlier in Geneva Monday ,on the. return
Washlton that the atonme of Amerlcans.held bythe Com-
cannes -said tU Met M John munlsts -and other critical Far
rocket 14 aIs a- Eastern problems.
signed W ~poBt, t AEx- The atomic cannon can travel
act l ocMonswere not diclos-. over normal roads and bridges
edi. and across country.
A short tie later, however it American forms In Europe
4wa noucedtht the '6Wrd have 36 of them. Thi lathe first
Fi rmesim. ttalion, equip- time any naye been- seat to the
peAt sfit x a mm. guns. Far East. t

Little League

Girls 6, Boys 4

Ten births were reported at
Coco 8olo Hospital. dung the
week endinA at Mad Wed-
nesday. There were 85 patients
admitted ad 87 db d dur-
ing the period.
The diath ofU A. Howard
and of ,Vatl Dllon was report-
ed.C *
khbl ',wdre bo ".to the fol-
loI Ajnp dt irewslMr.
and s1iymdId~el, of Cco
SoUto dah ;;Mir. and Mrs.
Doran L. w of Coco So-
l11o, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Parker Morrow, 4if Coco. Solo.
daughter; Mr. and Mr- Leopold
Cimino, of Co~ Sllt, daugh-
ter: Mr. and Mr. Donald Jonn-
son. of Margart. daughter:
and Mr. and Mrs. Bil Qixano,
of Coco Solito, son,
Babied were born to the fol-
lowing parents of -other nato-
aUtlte Mr, and-Mra. noel P. Mft.
Jor. of Colon, daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Kelvin Cuabbatoh. of
Ralpbow City,r son and Mrs.
Jna' Otampe. sk^WaNo, aon:
ad Mrnd Mr. an kwart,
of BjFasoa Heights, on.

d TowRSman, WWII Deserter, Gets 25 Years'
39 (UP) -' T 10-off e6r court deliber- meelan'ajeb under the name courtroom beforet the proceed-
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Korean Minister
Quits Ovr Jopan
S .L. Korea, July 39 MP)
-wrein Minister Pun Yune
T waled out of his office to-
day and told aide he was re.
Siein from the government.
oretrl Ministry sources said.
.un was reported to be at
qdz_!,^ fsomnie influential gem.
bars of the government Liberal
Party ver relations with Japan.
W myn a bitter foe of JaSDn.

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X01ioma ts said the "uhpro-
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utction .of the.srael airliner
was sure to be embarrassing t6
Moscow and Its entire satellite
brood, fifty-eight persons were
The bloody Incident contrast
S4 sharply with the improved
Po-ur Geneva conference.
,, imay b- why the Balfa-
rian ioverhment quickly ack.
nowledged its "sincere regret"
over the disaster.
Offkl ai Bulgara's ri e.
sponsibMity for the incident
would not be eased even if t
'Is found that trigoer-happy
gunners shot withouttoplevel
Meanwhile in London it was
predicted today that Russia and
her satellites may submit to a
new international agreement a-
gainst such incidents.
Former foreign minister I er-
bert Morrison demanded In the
House'of Commons yesterday
that "something be done." The
Socialist polloymaker called Bul.
garia's firing on the Israel ir-
liner "a terrible thig"
R. H. Turton. orelan under-
:seretary, expreeed the British
government's agreement
British airmen said existng
International practice was io-

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New Projeclt iding
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quartos at a andaALrs
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remodeling oU fi a uents -4
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Monday In the Balboa Heilht ti
Administration Building. ta
Wdrk In-the Mount Hope of
Includes, the lazing and win- his
dow repairs to the Dry storage
Warehoute of the mComudstury
DIvison and the re-roofin of ti
the Marine Electric Show thi
Electrical work at the refrl- of
ieraUton Power Plant In Balboa e
is to be done In connection with he
ceiling repairs. "e
Bids aon both these projects P8I
will be opened the morning of
August 5. of

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LIMA. 0., July --(UP)-A tol
policeman whoQ rushed to the in
public square where witness Vit
said a man walked out of his 1
trousers, found the trousers. ry
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