The Panama American

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

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Genre:
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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System ID:
AA00010883:00821

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FORMER SOLDIER NOW BRIDE One-time combat para-
trooper Tamara Rees. transformed Into a wOpan by surgery
In Holland, appears with her husband, James E. Courtland III,
on a Sacramento, Calif., burlesque stage where they are mak-
ing personal appearances. The couple eloped to Reno July 23.


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PC Awaits Latest Salk


News; Shots Tomorrow
a-0
Panamd Canal Co. officials have not yet received de-
finite word on the recently-announced allocations of fur-
ther Salk polio vaccine for use here.
They said today they had been notified of the move
made by Public Health Service in Washington, but now
we awaiting more complete details on when and how
much the Canal Zone wil ibe slated to receive.


RP AsPMes


Health dCntrol


In 2 Cities


The Panama government of-
foially took over today the ad-
ministration of health offues of
Panama and Colon from the
Canal Zone government.
The transfer was made this
morning in the Panama Health
Office with Dr. Ejc Osterberg,
coordinator of health services,
making delivery on behalf of the
United States to Dr. Alberto Bl-
asot Jr., director of the Panama
Department of Public Health,
representing the Panama gov-
ernment.
Panamanlans employed at the
two offices will continue to ren-
der service under supervision of
Panamanian government au-
thorities, official Panama sourc-
es said.
These sources also disclosed
that a request for a special credit
to provide funds for the admin-
istration of the health services
in Panama and Colon will be dis-
cussed at a meeting of President
Ricardo Arias with his cabinet
council tomorrow.
The two health offices auto-
matically become part of the De-
rt t of Public Health.
Par m h e eOptemplated In
J&M-111hol VI MSMSo


The announcement f r am
Washington spectVeg that this
wuas th "Id ocaftiofn for
coOWmeal 845" made, and
'tataed that-tt.k Castal Zone
toas to recie tr shots.
A spokesman for the military
said today ey also expecting
further wore on the amount
they will receive from the health
service. -
The announcement listed 3618
shots as being set aside for De-
fense Department agencies a-
broad. How much of this was
slated for the military in the
Canal Zone was not yet known.
Meanwhile, a reminder that
the anti-polio inoculation for
those children of five to nine
years of age. inclusive, who
were not inoculated under the
free program last week, begins
tomorrow morning in several
Canal Zone communities was
contained in an announcement
at the Health Bureau offices
today.
It is estimated that there are
2100 children in this age group
entitled to vaccinations under
the pay program.
The inoculations for children
in the first and second grade
during the last school year were
administered free.
A charge of $1.50 will be made
for each injection of Balk vac-
cine for dependents of person-
nel of U.S. Government agen-
cies, and $3.50 for dependents of
U.S. citizen residents not spon-
sored by a U.S. Government A-
gency.
Proof of residence in the Ca.
nal Zone will be required in
the pay program in addition to
other eligibility requirements.
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Chiang's Men Lash U.S.


With Violent Criticism
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TAIPEI Formosa, Aug. 1 (UP)
-Nationalist Chinese qarters to-
day predicted Red Chin will e-
vetually demand withdrawal of
the U. S. Sventh Fleet from the
Formosa Straits and the lifting of
trade embargoes as the price for
peace in the Far East.
The Communist Chinese al so
will ask for China's seat in the
United Nations, the evacuation of
U.S. military advisory officers
from Formosa and a "host of oth-
or demands," Nationalist legislate:
or Tao Pai-chuan said.
The arguing came as Nation.
list lawmakers and newspa.
ers lashed at the United States
with some of the most violent
critism of America ever
voiced publicly in Formosa.
Nationalist civic leaders a n d
legislators fired a steady volley
of cable messages to President
Eisenhoier in Washington pro-
testing the U. S. -Red Chinese
talks opening in Geneva today.
The China News said "dlisust
and even mistrust of American
foreign policy" had welled up in
Formosa.
The English-language C hi n a
Post said Washington had broken
promises not to discuss Asian af-
fairs at the recent summit talks
in Geneva.
The influential United D a iI y
News doubted "the good faith and
diplomatic integrity" of the Unit-
ed States.
The Nationalists remained ad-
amantly opposed t oany agree-
ment with the Communists
aimed at easing tension around
Formosa.
The United States is m o v i n g
closer to the recognition of Com-
munist Chipa, according to the


united States is willing to nego.
State with the Chinese Reds.
And important Filipino leader to.
day raised this question in a pri-
vate conversation on the matter:
"Is the principle of negotiation
and compromise-or co-existence
by any other name-more impor-
tant than the principle of right
and wrong?"
There is increased suspicion in
many Asian quarters that the U-
nited States is dealing with the
Reds while urging others to re-
frain from the same type of ac-
tion.
There are more than 10 mil-
lion "overseas" Chinese, and
many countries in Asia fear
what might happen within their
own boherders if the United States
joines those nations which alrea-
dy have recognized Communist-
China.

Paralso Commissary

Fire Exinguished
A fire in the Paralso Commis-
sary, probably caused by a short
circuit in a motor of the refri-
eration system, was extinguish-
ed early yesterday morning by
firemen from the Pedro Miguel
Fire Station who had to break
into the building.
Had the fire occurred during
ordinary working hours, lives of
employes working in the vicinity
would have been endangered, ac-
cording to one observer.


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LONDON, Aug. 1 (UP) Communist China today
announced release of the 11 imprisoned American airmtr,
The Communist New China News Agency, in M
broadcast from Peiping, announced the release of itH
men.
The broadcast was monitored here.
The announcement was made by Red China only
an hour before the start of direct talks at ambassadorial
level between Red China and the United States in GenevW,
in which the fate of the 11 airmen was scheduled to have
been one of the topics for discussion.
The Peiping radio broadcast said the military tribu-
nal of the Supreme People's Court of China "decided an
July 31, according to law, to release these 11 criminals be-
fore the completion of their terms and notified the u-
thorities in charge to carry out immediately the release
procedures and send them out of China."
The 11 fliers are:
Maj. William H. Baumer, Lew- *
isburg, Pa. e Ia t a s
Airman 1/C Steve H. Kiba,. S ldent H1
Akron, 0.
Airman 2/C John W. Thomp-
son, Ill, Orange, Va. .
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ited tw
the two


Official sources also indicated
that the transfer will bring a-
bout an extension in the range
-of activities of the two offices.
-Moth In Panama City where the
-ervice new extends only up to
.Pasadena) and in Colon, health
.services will be extended to in-
:clude the suburban areas.
For the present birth and
death certificates will be issued
at the Emiliano ponce health
center of Justo Arsmena Ave.
during the daytime '4 at the
Chorrillo health unit ia night-
time.
Several other health serv-
ices, such as food Inspection,
vaccinations, etectera, a I so
will be extended.
The top floor of the Panama
allroad station, where t he
flealth Office Is presently install-
ed, wil be reconditioned tor "thd
Installation of a central health
office under the supervision and
control of the Public. Health De-
partment.

AP lons To Build

femanent School

or Blind Clidr
A permanent school to tea@t
and house about 90 blInd chil-
earn will be bulit in Panama
Ibis year.
Tis was revealed yesterday
it a press conference held at
El Panama with HuaMer-.
4o Valenzuela, president of
ternational who is visiting
anama as part of a world tour.
lenzuela. a retired Chilean
ker, is the first South Amer-
to fill the position of pres-
'The fact that the Lions Club
'I Panama will undertake to
lld the new school for blind
Vhlldren was revealed alonp with
0c disclosure that the family of
r. Teodoro Arias, former Pan-
ama Lions Club president, do-
3ated 2000 meters of land (op-
'Joslte the Betania settlement)
for the project.
During his stay here, Valen-
.tela visited the Balboa Lions
b the only English-speaking
]canch outside of the United
states. There are 20 other clubs
throughout Panama.
The International Lions Club
president who has already tour-
ed 70 coUntries in an attempt to
serve first-hand and discuss
mb needs of the various clubs
d throughout the world,
It ow bound for Chile. While
In rhlngton two months
hea received by President l-
sefibower, and presented him
ly-you see we're Lions."


tns will be eve in
.U te communlie to-
morrow, id in the Latin *er-
IeaD schSla which are 1)W in
session Wednesday and
Thursday,
The sa schedule as that
used for t, free vaccinations
will be used
The Inoculating teams will be
at Balboa Gymnasium from 9 to
11 a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m.:
Gamboa -Medical Clinic from 9
to 11 a.m.: and Coco Solo Hos-
pital from 8 to 11 and 2 to.4 p.m.
The teams wiII vacchtnte
school children at La BocaWed-
ni beginning at 9, a.m.:
.tW City beginning at 8
a.hr, ind Saita Cruz begbinlng
at 1:30 p.m. Children at Paralso
will be Inoculated Thursday be-
ginning at 9 a.m.
All of the dependents of Arm-
ed Porees personnel will be in-
oculated tomorrow by medical
V d of the three compo-
Inoculations will begin at 9
a.m. at Fort Kobbe. Fort Clay-
ton. Fort Amador. Fort Gulick.
and Rodman Naval Station, at
I p.m. at Albrook Air Force
Base: and at 2 p.m. at Coco So-
lo Naval Ar Station.


HiW YORK, Aug.- 1 (UP) ions, raced around the vorld
News of U.8. plans for a satellite aboard commercial airliners.
to explore outer space found a In London, a science reporter
lot of people acting as though claimed his government was a-
they already were out of this bout to build a giant space roqk-
world. et and send It to the moon. he
A Briton told a judge his life government replied the reporter
was richest when he was idle, must be just a bit starry-ped.
even though he was on relief.
A French farmer was-caught James T. Mangan, world yo-
spiking a champion cow's milk yo champion and founder a d
with cream. sole citizen of the nation oel-
estial space, served notice that
Most Berlin nudists claimed whatever nation penetrates the
the Geneva conference as a flop heavens, will be violatia; his
because their favorite swimming celestial rights. He said b1has
holes were left in Soviet hands. staked a claim to a big iunk
Attendants at Chicago's of the universe.


Brookfleld Zoo treated nine sun-
burned little Chester White plqs
with suntan lotion from a drug-
store.
A party was thrown for a bull
in Franklin, Tenn., and Rhode
Islander John Hay found an ele.
phant in his Randen.
A hat made-of sticky, over-
cooked spaghettif topped oil a
Parts fashion show. And-a
full-blooded Indian was scalp-
ed in New York City.
A group of cave explorers went
down to a new world record
depth of 3000 feet near Greno-
ble, France. while two Ameri-
cans, traveling In opposite direc-


It was Thomas Rush, 44, who
told an Uxbridge, Engfnd,
judge he got too fat wheM he
had -a job but kept his boyish
figure when on relief. Rush
was put on a strictly non-Jat-
tening prison diet immedflte-
ly,
Marie II,. a world champion
cow, was exposed as something
of an impostor in Bernay.
France, when police discovered
her record of 53 per cent of but-
ter fat for 350 days was estab-
lished with cream her master
(Continued on Page 6, CoL 5)


WHILE 300 FRIENDS LOOlED ON, retiring Canal Zone Police Chief, MaJ. Gerge. Herman
(in white suit) was presented with a-portable radio by members~ of the police face Saturday
night at the Army-Navy Club. His wife received a nest of :our Chinese tables, which she said
she always had wanted but never "got around to buying." James L. Hatcher (shown present-
ing gift above), president of the Canal Zone Police Association expressed the appreciation of
all the members for the chief's "many years of excellent service rendering our Division: for
the support and leademrsh you have given Us, and for the fine example you havelget for those
who wll follow you." He concluded the brief speech with: "You may look back with pride and
satlsac on on your career, and the members of the Canal Zone Police Associaoion and I
join with tils group on this occasion in all good wishes for the happiness and contentment
you so rIchly deserW


slans, who ar V by the
U. 8. to resist communism, can
.not understand.
Th.-talks between the United
States and the Chinese Communist
in Geneva is one piece of e v i-
dence which leads many Asians to
beligfe the United States in mov-
ing steadily down the road to e-
ventual recognition of the Peiping
regime.
These Geneva talks are being
discussed as a sign post pointing
to possible U. S.-Red China talks
at a. foreign ministers level.
Chinese Nationalists and
the o th Koreans, both of when
have put armies in the field
against Communist force s,
can not understand why the U-


PM Emoyes May

File For Back Pay

Under New Proposal
Employes of the old Panama
Railroad Company may file any
claims they have pending for o-
vertime compensation, according
to word received today from How-
ard Munro, legislative representa-
tive of the Central Labor Union-
Metal Trades council now in Wash-
ington.
He notified CLU president Wal-
ter Wagner today that a bill, H.
R. 7680, was introduced to the
House Friday w h i c h stipulated
that employes of the railroad who
had claims for overtime covering
the period from March 28, 1934,
to July 1, 1945. could. put in for
the compensation.
Wagner said any employee who
is affected may get further de-
tails on the proposed legislation by
contacting their union representsa-
tives here.
He added that PRR employes
had. twej* rAiin which to file aft-
e--the -date of enactment of the
biV


patched, anda esame of r e early
hour and the tatt that there
were no commissary officials a-
vailable, firemen were forced to
break into the building to ex-
tinguish the fire.
Only damage reported was to
the $150 motor which was Judg-
ed to bea complete loss.

Zone Law-Breakers

Tak0 Week-End Rest
Potential -law-breakers in the
Canal Zone were either being
careful-or cooperative, over the
week-end. Polite can't figure out
which yet.
Since most of the Canal Z one
police force that could be spared
was busy attending a retirement
party for their outgoing c hi e f,
Maj. George Herman; thieves,
vagrants and loiterers seemed to
take time out to behave in an or-
derly manner.
There were no arrests made o-
ver the week-end either on the Pa-
cific or Atlantic sides, an unusual
occurrence, according to the law-
enforcers.

New Ambassador

To Panama Takes

Washington Oath
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 -
(UP)-Julian Harrington took
the oath of office as ambas-
sador to Panami today. He
was sworn in at a simple ce-
remony in the State Depart-
ment.
The ambassador said that he
planned to sail for Panama
from New York on August in
on the Panami Liner Crist6-
bal, which would bring him to
Panama en the S4th. His wife
will accompany him.


1. JobE W. Buck, Armath-
waite, Tenn. m
Airman 2/C Harry M. A0a-
min, Jr., Worthington, Man
t. Howard W. Brownwrat.
Capt. Elmer F. Llewellyn, .s-
soula, Mont.
Airman 2/C Daniel C. Schmiat,
Bols, Idaho.
The Communist broadcast said
the imprisoned Americans had
"observed discipline and behavdo
themselves fairly well" while' n
Jail.
"The authorities In charge so
reported to the military tribunal
of the Supreme People's Court
and asked leniency for the men,'
the broadcast said.
"The tribunal decided yest 6
day to grant leniency and ordfe-
ed the release.
The action by Communist
China followed a mildly-wordew
foreign policy broadcast on Sat-
urday by Red China's Premier
and Foreign Minister Chou En-
lal.
No mention was made by the
broadcast of the status of 40
American civilians who are de-
tained in Red China and whose
status Is to be discussed in the
negotiations opening today in
Geneva.
However, Red China In a broad-
cast lAst week indicated release
of the civilians would be a sim-
ple matter.
The 11 men released today
were the principals in a case that
had provoked the wrath of the
United States and raised a storm
in the U.S. Congress.
The 11 were crewmen of an
American B-20 Superfortress
shot down near Antung Man-
churia, while on a leaflet drop-
ping mission Jan. 13, 1983, near
the end of the Korean War.
(Continued on Page 12)


WASM t. Incu.1(UP)

radtren by Co-ms y China
an m inee and o 1the r on
re Witha seirei
Mr. maenhow said this coun-
try "ezxads han eato au who
have contributed to this humani.
tarian result."
The President's statement was
read to reporters by White House
Press Ofecrtary James C. UgMer-
ty.
Walter F. George (D-.)
the Stte Foreign Ra ationt
Committee and other congress
slonal leaders also pressed d
light at the news.
Secretary of tate John PostA-
Dulles In a Impomptu remark
before a State Department ri
fugep meeting said the arme
"are being released today."
Dulles declined comment on
the action, referrinr reporters to
the White House statement.
Asked what effect the re-
lase might have on the U.S.
BRed China ambasdors' tao -
that began today at Genona
Duloes said "that remains bo e
seen."
Mr. Xbanhower said "the en-
tire co Mtry wil feel a semo of
relief all with oy the an-
nouneement that the 11 United
States *almen held In Comma -
anist China-are at last to bere-
leased."
Hagerty said plans for bring-
toether had not been worked
out, but the reunion will be ar-
ranged as soon as humanly pos-
sible." -
Whenaed China released four
U.S. airmen on May 31. their
familiea1were flown to Honoluli
In an Air Force plane for a re-
union.


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Senate Foreign Relations Comitteemen


Fear Today's Geneva Meet Is Delicate


WASHINGTON, Aug. 1-(UP)
-Key members of the Senate
Foreign Relations committee
feared today that the Cold War
talks" WIt Red China may be
more touch-and-go than the re-
cent Big Pour meetings with
Russia.
BSen. William Fulbright (D-.
ArlD t-ths Chinese are "like-
I' f jBo' nltch more difficult"
ala x usans. He said their
local are "also lnsolu-
s V w aany people and so
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Committee chairman Walter
F. George, who has called for a
U.S.-Red China meeting at the
foreign ministers level, said the
Formosa situation "may get out
of hand unless we act wisely" in
the talks.
George told reporters the
"general uncertainty" in the Far
East, and to some extent the
Middle East, are "the greatest"
to world peace at this
Senate GOP leader William F.
KlOwlaad (Calif.) said recent
suwta W Russia may mean


that the Soviets ire "preparing Knowland and Plb p-
to liquidate their tensions In pearin on the CB -
Eastern Europe so that their gram, "The Leading Ques4oW,
Chinese allies can step up the fully endorsed today's" -
tensions in Asia, or at least talks.
threaten to do so."
However, Knowland u oUUiW


Sen. Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.),
top Republican on the commit-
tee, said he was "hopeful that
the Chinese Communists will be
willing to seek a way for peace,
but we must reeognme that the
whole East is In fement due ti
adverse economic and poUItic,
conditionsL


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'Ert& or Viet .Nam* l
L representatives are W
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1.mh Red China.


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the C W IZone pole force acts very decent In or around half. t a

iss It's do impamp aft that
10do Ilndustryirs at rea : ei..s.with-
bsr b a prc e average 1iman aving
t are visiting either relatives or friends In the C.al 0olog itwr AMl W rthe
.ves them the edge on the Canal Zone Code, which e bu me tltpaythan
e them subject, to.rr e fo.re ~jI tohecanu
Uss-rate poleman do not know thue. boysever, t eforet of the wber au
ththmyou Shay to 11w, work and a1wayb hi fmas W Ped pra
tic thegainsior lhehnow
*utid thi months sio that UV. le tedatlo I n ne a
o ) were around Paralso at nights, qutlea- i reedy hand o e W-ret'I pay
down on gambling, weed smoking and otri a .. .
which havethundering sounds when M Th f ats, tWaler with ,Wl-
theo, boys, ao s utU.-r eins arma bd4 ee hateour aim'1 1
?m .. ""lu ut anat 8uniay $Us=3 ol *A* )Lu V ti os
toonanla soead wo dr4atou
e fltention to fool seone d not' to,be knWh at th r rt
odr Department. S a,00 "a
=ha -radio patrol cars In these Instances are being reo level r of
,the cars are properly timed; can be seen at a great proemrit at AmriM wagel
sand can be heard. ea
t anotherr trip is made. That ,s alo lof tor lam.+ bade in t *'m n -" g
S..m wl.:w,^ "+ :tin -s Psyche Revitcthe
all. er the Parao lodge months morehas bees S e bt
sleiguder e houses In Ptr YOU tatlq tolm the is ti tOf
der the men's baciuwlort qutr"teai a wk famles than in
"devila lodge MU dte nh
sltanof devil weed properly cultivated under the most mod* it ~. '
Sacutuamethods. he said"Now
ZtbMar In mind, situation will b worst, the future wl th to review and assess
fH "a goses, soplease, olamp down w It and foresight the
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st1adardsI Awl. In I a y 4 a 1134. t
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states have Win quick to up eve met w dem a
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"European" Damask Living room set .
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"Herps' Damask Living room set, 3 pl e.es0 I.
"Tropical" style Living room set, square
arms ................................ 180.00
"Futurlit" Living room set of wrought
Iron,4 pieces ....................... 35.00
"Miam' style Living room set ........ 24000
"Maripoaa" style Llving room set ...... 295.00
"California" style Living room set ...... 295.00
"Stratford" style Living room set ...... 115.00
"Panama" style Living room set ........ 30.00
Bamboo Table ....................... 3.00
"European" style Living room table .... 19.50
"Buropean" round style Living room
table ............................... 25.00
Rectangular Living room table ........ 19.50
"Z" style Living room table .......... 3500
Damask, comfortable Easy Chair ....... 80.00
"Paleta" Living room Table ............ 25.00
"Piano" Living room Table ............ 25.00
"Magazine Holders" style Living room
Table ..............................a 25.00
"Half Moon" style Living room Table.. 19.50
"Triangle" style Living room Table .... 25.00
"Spider" style Living room Table
with mirror ....................... 25.00
Simmons Studie Couch No. UL-1305 .. 175.00
Rattan extension Chair with food stand 125.00
Simmons Easy chair-bed ................ 39.50
Bamboo Paper Holders ................ 19.50
Standing Ashtrays .................... 12.50
6x9' Cotton Rugs ....................... 35.00
Rattan Chairs ....................... 35.00
Bamboo Brackets ....................... 25.00
FOR YOUR DINING ROOM


"Renaissance" Dining room set, 9 pieces
Black Dining room set, No. 1035 ........
"American" style Dining room set ....
Dining Room set No. 1050 ..............
"Havana" Dining Room set ............
Spotted Dining room set No. 180 ......
Dining Room set No. 1010 ..............
Dining Room set No. 1060 ............
Dining-Room set No. 1025 .............
Breakfast Chromed sets ................
Yellow Chromed set No. FA-16, 4 chairs
Modern Sideboards ....................
"Garden" style Cupboards .............
"American" style Cupboards ..........
Dining room table, small size .......
Dining room Table, large size ........
Dining room Chairs .............
FOR YOUR BEDROOM
Bedroom set No. 180 ..................
Bedroom set No. 190 ......... e. .......
Bedroom set No. 210 .................
"American" Bedroom set ..............
"Hollywood" Bedroom set ............
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"Nappanee" Cradle No. 1928 ..........
Mahogany Cradle ......................
Wardrobes, small size ................
Wardrobes, medium size ..............
Mahogany Youth Bed 3/0 ............
FOR YOUR KITCHEN
"Modern Maid" Gas Stoves, 4 burners..
"Perfection" Kerosene Stoves, 2 burpers
"Perfection" Kerosene Stoves, 3 buyers
Electric Stove, 1 burner ...............
"Qulcfrez" Freeser ....................
"Qulcfres" Feflrigerator No. 56-A ......
"Qulcfrez" Refrigerator No. H-60-A ....
"Quicfrez" Refrigerator No. H-740 ....
"Qulcfrez" Refrigerator No. H-74-J ....
"Quicfrez" Refrigerator No. H-96-D ...
* Chromed Dinette sets .................
Chromde set-Table F-4-166-4 chairs,
yellow ............ ...............
SEnterprise" Water Heater, 30 gals ....
*Farmater" Water Heater,
electric, 15 gala. ...................
"Farmater" Water Heater,
electric, 12 gals, ...................
"Breckfaster" Toasters ................
"Sharrott" Toasters, semi-automatic ...
"Enterprise" Gas Stove 4836TD ........
FOR YOUR GARDEN
Aluminum Chaise Lounge ............
Sofa-Glider, Metal, Shott No. 2332 ......
Aluminum Folding Chairs No. A-0 ....
Metal Rocking Chairs for garden, Shott
Folding Wooden Rocking Chairs .....
Folding Wooden and Canvas
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FOR YOUR OFFICE
Mahogany Desk 30x42" ................
Mahogany Desk 26x36" ...............
Mahogany Desk 32x54" ................
Modern Bookcase ......................
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Easy chair for office ..................
Revolving Chair with arms .. ...........
'Table for typewriter ..................
Metal desk lamps ...................
Standing Ashtrays ...................
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"Hallicrafter" Radio, Model No. 5R-80 ..
"Hallicrafter" Radios, Model No. 5R-41 .
"Hallicrafter" Radios, Model No. 5-232i
"Hallicrafter" Radios, of battery
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wHallicrafter" Radio No. B-39-D ......
"Hallicraffr" Radio No. TW-500 ......
"Hallicrafter" RdiO: No. SR-40 ........
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Pmass Pass 'WenD I turned oa the light be-
S. Opegt lead-4 J tween our beds, there was' this
rourd, white face staring at us.
.. Boy: Did my wife scream: And
shei-e not the exclitble type; you
the opening bid of two no-trump know."
l i a t iand was a.q"book" bi.' The governor said he sprang out
a cm count of 0. to 24 points, of bed and shouted, "I'l get him.
wanted dltribhtion, pand a stop- You get the cops."
ler la d of thi.four suits. North Knight said he cashed the in-
eincted t g on if be can see truder through the apartment. The
coCbined ,oouit of 26 points. In man knocked a glass to the floor
is case North Mad a count of 4 and overturned a chair as he fled.
nt and knew that South had at "'He almost forgot to open that
ast .A, so that the decision to screen door he was In such a
id |gaue was quite reasonable, hurry to get out," the governor
,' scid.
i West open4id the jack of dia- Police said the prowler appar.
uonds, and South won the first ently did not steal anything from
ick with the queen. South con- the bungalow apartment w h e r e
nued with the queen of clubs, the Knignts are spending the sum.
expecting nothing very remarkable mer. 'ne governor ana his wife
happen In the hand. The actual' were the only persons in the apart.
sult was a surprise to everybody. 'ment when tie man entered.
| Gov. Knight said the man
SWest discarded a low heart on "mashed a lot of flowers when he
he first club, and East played low.'jumped over the five foot wall
ut continued with the ace of around our apartment.
ltubs and then with a low club to. 'He sure was in a hurry," the
dummy's jack, and East still re- governor said. "I'll bet he's still
fused the trick. West discarded two going."
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m the dummy, and East took |
Skg at l. hat was SouStatue
icsard? I MILWAUKEE -(UP)- The city
South couldn't discard a low attorney here has been shked to
art, or he'd never get to dummydraft an ordinance providing for
i 'the rest of the clubs. He"s fines for truckers and con'
.ldn't afford o throw winning tractors who fall to clean up litter
.diamond, ; sinc t na EaVst rouli hV, make on city astreot.
a ,u n dSiamond to forea out the WilM J. Itheirah superin.
S22 di ondt^S before the k nadnt of street snitabon, said
.I- of a hhartahd boef out e had received increasingly fre-
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B'r i-.b thought of disc&ardi a tablishments and home owners
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In a asttft- nt tracing its his-
toray, tfie Gonzales enterprise
said:
"Frequent experiments and
Tr'lyberrors have shown us the
ht way in this activity, which
an. be Justly called national
Industry" aince it employs lum-
ber from our tropical forests and
In the-work of.apecialized Pana-
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si astent attempts, we managed to
OO lif mf t this industry from the inel-
CE D AA, UP) plenty sta e of the all wood-
The tVAt ap- wornkn sa to the elevated po-
aThe ny ts t. .1eon sition I fins itselff in today, as
i .a-nrlyae chMekes from 1 the the main source of Income for
Wili.M o~M cn fairly. A week several thousand Panamanians.
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P. l SUNAPEE; N. H. -(UP)-La e prom
SPoy E prs used a fresh 8unapee boasts a fish all Its owl natlo
. nd riderm b every mile HW WUE the rare Sunapee golden trout. The first
c aUenlt~~r horse over fish Is believed to have survived we 'o
u ., route. careful plan .VIENNA, Austiu, Aug. 1 (UP) in the lake -ince pot-glaeial times, ucts
a', the Rdoebft Chamber oft o -Police said today three RUssian It's a cl s reltive-of.the Arctic condl
mwerce laid t a 1 mile soldiers broke into an 'nn at Hat- charr,; was
rW,-which. b~ fh a protest zenbach in the Soviet zune early nin- .
P general psengera t yeaserday morning and. murder- hal- toning an old aerial-defnse "W
enal QaIe. ed inn-keeper Johann Herzog 28, alaem. ures,
Quale said the bnee- ought to with a hatchet and wounded his Saan. afterwards-he the thee bly- purcl
M j.' aiMne route, ma]k tbhemjotHer and aistqrwl-tkh k#J c, les on which the Russiant e- as "C
Stp and ik up ad deli- The RusianuS cida .d oe caped e found in bushes near aunim
r express and mail as the train les from aroused villagers who a Red army barracks .blqek,. al
s. aran after them throUgh the. pets Austrian gendarmes began a ; "
Roseburtgs Dr. V, J. Anderso= dressed in pajamas and fjaing search-tor' the soldiers Immedi- e
Id an answer for that. He said nightshirts.. he soldiers.stole 600 ately, u Ping os dogs. A few iulu
wnuld be all right with Rose- sehillings (24 dollars) from the hours after ie incil at wa1n
itO residents if the SP stream- inn. ary t.authores offered t help apid
Sits rots too. A howling do roused a digh- In a. wrc The Ruieans iso Roe
Tws^thSSdai of the town's 10,- L.rP who heard the He-rgeSa fused, .however, to allowpolietso cetp.
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man, which today are a
inent factor in local and
nal commerce, found its
outlet in our shops, since
offered the public our prod-
under such eaqy payment
ItOns that our credit system
a success from the begln-
e adopted, aftes cotir fall-
the popular wooperatve
basing -aystem o* known
Club," while has become the
Isi means Of Promoting
I-n th*-local "'Mfet.
ear after year our desalgn-
reated and. out workers
Aw. styles o0 tMurniture.
thing in unison i the
1 evolution of tht ern
Stoward'the funefOon.
of ;pace and belst .-
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E. Caliendo
Carlota Richard
R. L. Morrison
Maria Zartavilla
R. Jim6nez


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* Lula A. Avila
* Elsie Whittaker
* Aloides Cerrud
* Sharon Blum


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MORRISON
64 of July Ave. & J ft.
FOTO QOMY .
Jt Arensms. Aiftnd u fK.


FOR SALE-
Hotulodid


FOR SALIA:-R tul arm m-
made bleacbed mehegoay bed
rom set, Npestidally new. Call
Penamea -3719.


FOR SALI:-Diing rfoe s t,
antique white $100; two chirn,
square table, ent4ue white, ma-
hegeny, nmde by Cowes $10;
venetian blinds 30".wide $4;
kitchen table. 4 chairs $20;
deep so fishing red and r#I
$30; Lional rain ot $75f d
chairs, tbies, lamps, sc. 143
Sibertn Ave., Gnaime, Tel. d
135. &

FOR SALE: Mainyt washing
machine, neeuell t coaditlnh.
May be seen at 2613-C, Coceli.


FOR SALAi-Dinhig table and
4 chairs, light mahegeny, char-
treuse leather seats and back;
aolo double spring end mattress.
Cell Panama 3.-4381.
FbR SALE:-3 strand bamboo
sofa seats 3, chair with foot-
stool, coffee table $100; 1lse-
trolux vacuum cleaner 520. Call
2-3440 hetwem 6 and I p.m.


FOR RENT
Roonms


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El ineer On View

A JWB Gallery
Currently showing at the WB
Gallery isto an exhibit of charcoal
drawings by W. J. Christi9n of
Tort Gullck. The exhIit, which
ia& been arranged l coopera-
'with the Canal Zone Art
r.Aue, will remain until Aug.
f The artist, an engineer In ra-
4.o-pulse and electronifer, is en-
eas about his avocation of
Srt- Having studied commercial
he has done free lance 11-
rating in the United States.
SPorn in Hartfqrd, Conn., he
exhibited in his home com-
ity at which- time he wvas
recipient of an award for his
bristlan's tours of duty have
en him and Mrs. Christian,
an artist, to Alaska, Palmy-
(Territory of Hawaii), Guam
lad (M.I.) Fort Belvoir, Va.,
ling. Va. and Washington,
n exhibit are Palmyra, End
pay-Gorgona, Low TIde-Wal-
S uam Fisherman, Colon
..let Scene, Native at G0rgo-
Gor Fisherman, Pifla
c, t Conquistadores. Dev-
i' Beach and Oayuco at Gorgo-
L.he Gallery, located at the
O-JWB Armed Forces Service
keter, Is open from 9 am. to
,p.m. daily.

Meetings
'.1'36
-umni '36 will hold a special
Wag tomorrow night at 7:30
!the Pacific Service Center.
All graduates of the class of
of La Boca High School are
urged to attend. Matters
"to the observance of
roup first anniversary wig


TELEPHONE

2-2737
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FOR REINT:- Living-bedroom,
furnished with or without kitch-
en. One or two persons. 45th
Street No. 14, Bells Vista.


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FOR SALE
Miseelneo us
FOR MU: Ipuingor Spaniel
pOpplnw,,.10% 9' tMed, bils
de khd. Ph6mb 2.29 Panema.
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FOR 'SALE: A.XC. Chker
SpnM lolstred paps, 2 males.
l-8-452. Q.Suem 5ll-A,
Fert GuHck.
PANAMA CA0 AL COMPANY
OFFERS BHAU? CULTURE &
PRINTINd PLANT IUIPMINT
Seled bids, for o IMPi in pub-
He, will he'veevul untll 10:30
M.,A Aegst 12,.g. 5. If tthe
* office of SepsH1tendiet of
Stoehouss, Bilbla, for hair-
dres rs' their, hair Ars,
benty adult re oquipmnt, thr-
me-sp hotter. dornint, paper
Cutting vibrater and wire titch-
ing machines, ptlnting presses,
printing q 4lpment eabit,
bookbindin Fafbrikoid, printers'
galleys. numbering machiMnes
beekbnding press and printhin
types located at La Bose High
dolhe. teletpho a.2-21571, nd
Rlnbaw Clay Hilh School. tol-
prone 3-1134. invitation No.
134 may be obtained from the
above sources. w from office of
Superintendent of Strehouses,
telephone 2-1115.

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COLOMBIAN young ladv. white,
honorable, would like- to make
trip to Panama; versed in EnI
lIh, goed knowledge and long
practice in pedagogy. ,Governess
or lady's companion. Informed
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FOR SALE:-1954 Fewd Hlfti
Wagon 4-doer. passmea ,
eWt ellent conditlem, whi
rile. Phone Paenme .1144,
from 7tl0 e.m. to 4 p.m.


FOR SALE: 1954 Mmmy
Station Wageon. rend new 1955
Ford Station Wagon 100 miles.
Belleo 2-3050.


FOR SAL:-'S1 Pinte I at-
sliM, good emodintie, ressnable
pipse. Call hatcm 2-1509.
FOR SALE-P-1955 Fairles
Victoria NHrdtop Sert Camp.
Only 2500 miles on sieedme
tar. Fordematic tnsmilmlea, rm-
die, end white dewHl tiMes.
Duty paid. Celer-snewsh whlt
top b rttem, Tropiel se. WIN
Sacrifice for only $1200. Call
Colon 195 for demeneration.
FOR SALIE--Codlalo ririos 61,
4-door rsdan, hydrametic, radio,
new tire, enellont condition
and excellent price. Content
Franli, PhneM 1369 Colm
Monday through Sturday.
FOR SALE:-1951 CLavNlet 4.
doer sedan $650, duty paid.
Patels 103. Apt. H. Phone 4-
639.


.L- IAi-- 1950 CheMvrolet
S.egel. s07"4 W...
Flap H, Ap. Kq. y t twm.
F6ORSALW.1954 Nord. TWoe,
10,000 mile, radio, seet ever
41*000 duty pid. Call lhee
2"40.
FOR SALI:-1948 Ford Deluxe
with radl. Phone 3-0132, 7
esm. to 1:30 p.m. or 2nd Street.
PIell, "'ll Royal" building,
Viedlds Bicheu from 2 p.m.
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*OX 30511, ANOefi.
BoX 12.11. CaiiTf C. tX"
neral fetir and mofldish of
sa t a a miar.m Gman temod
work. 'Moderme prisw Mem
delivery asides, In (Ieet of Bel-
be awr Gorde. Piaena- .2174
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TALLER "MODUR', Ph'em 3
2667, hdve for sal ~* step
ladders, dilent le .
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FOR RENT
Apatanw'


ATTENTION I.1.1 Just built

PhMt Pa w-4 ter.
FOR AINTr-Funld Sand an.
funished 2 end 4-rnf modern
osit@Mo Caes"o A tIAM-
IRA APARtMSNTI. l, St,
Phone 1316 Colia_
FOR RINT-- Furnished pert-
meit. smnilfMy Cled, Ce I 1
only to married couple. Phene
3-1405. l $. -
FOR RENT,-- Fumrieod edprt-
*Mint w/tefrigsrater' p i"# par-
lor,-d"h "go ro bom edn.lst-
on, Meeewd tiled. i yVie lBe-
lsario Perres No. I ., oor
Reoosevelt Theater .
FOR RENT: Modem sport-
ment: twq bedrooms, living and
dining room, perh .. kitchen,
mold's rem, torlge. F6r further
infnrmatlen ploMes call 5-4946
or 3-4282 Peaem.
FOR RENT:-Chelt. $140: two
bedroems, living ro am, dining
room, noor bauso One block
from the 'Anurien Embassy,
39th street No. 2-50. Phone
3-0008 Panama.


OGnaiM 's Seets Claep
,otagees. Modern
- 6-441.
SMhai s l eahpd koses
eash at Sewa Clrq. Telephi
Thmpsm, n. I3 1772.


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In Plane Crash IL e S by a e -
OLYWOOD .. Pa .t?1 Pihome W 6.
Screen actor R tert Francis, 25, 7 m

_nn p(an (CetIShOdalrar age 1) a I'
burned ear. Lockr Peeca n ar"dterl (Ctth(,ed from Page o em of n .) D ssn v eritle"D
urnecl.ahed skimmedd off the milk of other aIna. A, M T a anr. s J i l. Mass ot
Francis, who achieved stardom Bessles DtDeant. -ew. p. A Trottn n and A., & utois ... rt la Shm pr s d en t
in his role as Ensign Willie Keith Able Seaman J. M. Meaporran, \
in the film version of "The 1, socked an admiral on the I SSile Makers
Caine Mutiny," was ident ified aw on an imulse." in Devon m Mm M s M k r




was Mrs takeoff.y Anne Dorach, l carpet. 1 (UP)- "Our cities are rotting away," aid his latest do-it-yoTr-
wa belevedr to have b were di- Tehnneee phn rkarty honorln f"rkanD-Al Doul told a reporter. Unle \taxpayer

Identifiorced asfrom Lt. Edward Dorh. bull hnt oebr n Haed 's Wakhe animal's oh r w h an expanded public UX FALLSn S. D. -UP)-
atatoned at Lwry Air rc eld ...dootep did not en- aon "rasonab hont ro there no Miahahia County as deputhorities arkept
ell, 24, and Hollywood Agent verIt quipuh by ckly escorted rner the pohn H. A- rm who teve in up to hi





.ird t i fied a ls acrs A .s a b ts curlus cate bth i ts a dniSmmal' heumt -ur nw ufld taemo nw e t hy. that em k
Ting 0. Meyers, as. 8m AbouIt 200 guests cheered ot -rowbullie
Miss Russel, whose realookl name a the be big city. ull ambled in on a red -a oi--
was Mrs. Audrey nne Dorsch, silk carpet. WAON rrett PON, other Democrats on the enteTS OUT
was believed to have been di- e sS(edUn.) onuJOuptkeofa ernote. "
forced from Lt. Edward fromrs. Th'y eleh16t on pay's Wake- to "saSen.ohn..parice th & wn o uas told a reporter, uN R rT IL
base, Cola. She is the mother of counter any hopitalnenety, how- willre housing a or SOreNasonabv -hG pS TAo tres Iln



Sthatree children ee ever.d o. bt was quickly escorted housing program and remove the stoproe." He a a eye an Indian soner
scrt t ir'own hea last big roadblock in the way okf sai the President's program w ieved ivig up to
Airport officials said Francis. tr it l e b.y i adjournment. "wod tae c Of those wona. hey m that Adam Make
SNofledgling pilot, borrowed the e made the statement terneed t lea and would not hel Ro or em brokenou








Slednr piot borrowedthesnappd, "dI can do as I reahh a compromise on differ- ou S Eta Sr
plane owned by actor Joe Kirk. O f ktheedaki who Homer z. rtD- those who need ISouthDakota











o s P r* st- On Umen P slsnhw'-
wood, Jr., the "Joe Palooka" of was fl ,d In the big city. His Id.) accused Sparkman and .
the movies, real eame Ierunry Serrette. Po- other Democrats on the Senate
Tower op erate In nearby lice selze&-%*UP. removed his n cm ito n
This isbank beaid because land from bushy ound packa to notf the whole pro
Francis' handlingoftep lane of heroin and pealne neatly pu-federal housing program" for SONG STARS TEAM IN ft TIC FILM:
rtha t heWas "inedxpI -teln eed." d rori B11baldnDate. the sake of apubli hoUsing
ate ws 'mnelee Ma r tWn, Ia.. p oelce A House S-Senate conference 1
t e scratched thetroOwn heads upon committee remained deadlocked
eEven if al soilb the chain of to trolpom ath housing Issue ftmocer a IdownN
title are vabl n c ourthous n eattle Was thbcle i on- e- hour sing, the entire
records Kra'ssz le," the bov meetderal hous-in program "m& y Hi N
a slight p ibilit imperfection light trucks 'is the c I read to a compromise dhaltf -
Title isurace does ot improvple are hired to look for loose Administration passed by though mone.
owners canBut it does protect theirlie prowl "left to inure new home con
mefromts with title i another party take do com ints as cart only for another sid-
according to N.G.P. LKausz, assist. l(.R -firm nt Prfident Esenhow-






ntshould profestablishor a valid claim their route. Seate and k It will have to halt o
at the University o Countinois. trat ith thehousingram units in the next two
Title toPreal estate is never l t n a poud, yars.f 4 1ar an sad he wants
perfect, Krausz said, it can only be ys. pa an ad a t
good or "merthantable.' ICSCAGO,--(UP),-- Fo'sbe "I boS. ettrprogram" of 50,000
bryert trnsfrredin and barking an become a iLneeivable" n the whole pro-
This s base land acquiresco by the Leagudach e e of i a quit without
new owners, mortpgees, tenants, j the AmericanMunicipal Associa-i C hu, ranking Repub is
trustees, heirs aud-ther parties tio. iaiti o i ani e a a
who have Various legal interests, The Association has coilapedOa ta e Banking Com utt-
he explained. reports' several methods cities that unless 4l. po &amS
Even if All, fle the chain of use to cofltrol the canine problem. =k-oit Democrats a down
title are available Jn courthouse In Seattle, Wash., the King On tiublic housing, the ,entire
records, Krausz said there is still County Humane society has Ils federal housing program "mi,
a slight poasibility oi imperfection light trucks 'cruising the city tpr grind to a halt."
in the title, strays. Abut a dozen college He said the Federal Housing
Title insurance does not improve are hired to look for loose Administration has enough mon-
title. But it does protect the owner In addition, lice prowl eii ey left to Insure new home con-
from financial loss if another party take dog complaints as part. struction only for another isx
should establish a valid claim their routine, Seattle and el It will have to halt I
against the land. County. tract -withthieI Progra u unless it 3* a yetn-
Property owners often get 8 to license' dogs, bandle comply pe I Umn autihorlnt
single premium policy that re.a ma tsi~ni a pound,-in re of 4 blHIo dollarss be al,-
mans in effect until title to the tVRtjE 16 e society retains Sparkman sd k"ist'nalm
property Is transferred to another, &bwsof t fhe ien ifees hsoneeIAble" that Co


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(UP)- Two flying college stu-
dents acrahed on a ridge be-
caus they flew too low on a
R Aut1Iies samd the students
were g in e. kft intent look
at a X convention that they
failed to see the ridge looming
up ahead. The students were not
hurt.

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"Sunshipe and hay" )Tfone Power and Llada Chris-
eo, she would l to tlan took tWns out-rom their post.
.. retirement from the ettlemenrhostlitles to work out a
Wi her own mother cuptaa t m for their daugh.
O trs, and Taryn. Although
*- tb courts awarded the children
A's 'matter of weeks now be- to f tw. Months a year, he
e marriage of Constance and a ve" ow ained to I
SyrolsM wil be lvWe*ltltseP:rT
t wfBCf he r ex aber u, i Ty Sa, a

"ao Mimi Kellt w A a wj rt her i i
treer ai-NewoI n mte "South EvanBet e
SPaifiPaul he partrd up
tltalt.tet usokteor. S na oa aeu Is --a h a
dersdt o arier M e role for I te AM lhr Is Gir er, .
* r i nes bute .lo osa l.whnc iJiatime .taklqoka IJtte. i
Sat It ttll alrpns replacement due on the boastalIs soo, iti anm
Martha Wriht, was bedded by il a cl nt of the spiritual forces t
mess. Mimi rts a 'mnlght cl ai the lives of Boy Rogers ad Dae
career Nqw York after South Evans.
SPacific" closes. | h
Ltnda Daratenu, wt asks no Wanda Herixi changing her
credit for her good deedt, Is the mind ab. TFr retirement and
fairy princess beh thba opening lh ubby .im Stack's okay to re.
of a vlla for orpanh d and unde, ttn ut these ed, stages i a plum
privileged girlsIn lome,. Italy. Al rte. cM .ia. Both are0hoping,
big check that Philip Uebmn however, l e stork will arrive
gave Linda as a wedding present first.
financed the project. L-.- -
elyn Keyes and Harry Co0itihtn
Columbia studio boss, ended,.& -,rU Con.nouy'
three year vendetta at Las Vegas. O'vilSdl Feature
Thq patch-up glue didn't work In
the' rtecqclliatlo9 try ot Mag;ie 1 U J- I l
Ma*Iamara and David Swift,, n4 i! m S
creator of TV's "Mr. Peepers" and ln" ;, h
"Nioy.T They are miles apart CHICAGO -.(UP.-StBeforelou
aga4 l aad-thi new rift looks perm. buy -that dieam house go back
and lak at every room and closet


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"& with Ill he sloging the Loo fnoe aveng e r h e rnocugh
ealfe during her stori-waitng mtinhimum of o rais re d. the
period after the completion ofIstlttte said. It off.erethin m"
"Kismet," but not just to keepntto keep check -st or prospeetve
from being bored. Her coach, Leon home buyers:
Cepparo, 'his urged her to work 1. Make sure there is at least
toward opera as a goal, she b.e eling fet btre in every room.
admits, and she's beginning to oset and hall.
think that he may have something 2. Look for valance or cornice
in the idea. lighting Installations over the
S"He's always at me to do things dapery window.
theft I never thought I was cap-. 3 Make certain living and din.
able of achieving vocally," says ing room wails are iy hted.
Ann. "If I can ever build my voice 4. Check kitchen lighting to
sufficiently. perhaps opera willbe r make sure- that there is .a ceinq
possible. But you can't do it over. fixture plus lights onboth.sid of
n/lt, You have to build your the mirror in the bathroom.
voke, You have to train so that 6. Check that all stairways, n
YOU can sin6 for four hours at a trances and garage doers are
streteh.,.To me opera is the epi. lighted as a protection Against
tote if everything. I'd love to sing dangerous accidents and robberies.
S__ ABO-UT TIM ".
Ma Astor will become A grand. ELDORADO, Kan. (UP) -
mother for the second time. Her Engine No. 1 of the El Dorado fire
daughter, Mrs. Frank'Rob, is on department has just had its first
the Stork list for the late summer. overhauling since it was placed in
ser.-lc in 19n. Last time No. 1
Skip the jedctions tat Jeffrey-was used in fitefightig was
Huntr ilu[ rbaa Ketch will re- 1 1051.

DOUBLE ANMIVKSMY NOTED FOR

"YOUMG IN HEART.


Ofk A#QCIC Durina. r o i'6p m Bd a
S* r : said be
Wanted to honest
Gambler Toy C ,, l.pro- Intern C a+y."
hibitn hetler war Lu'was dosed a iwbemt Theas iethe His oppos-
gc afll opera mptde 1etneut sUctses re- lion to ipS arU of,
fi from an or elaatiaM ve- i l. to keep
Sat a crap te. s -fe a g n al ed, Bae d atwi.e i boat.
h e adt a re at.-4. Ho W ar.
or s&qud usable to revive 11-- V. M the ,w"r*
ig .B&dtore the could ws am^ lrea :atb Bte1 I
be taken from thei easia to hdis e -t b l, toe
room in S esert Inj. He had .
been iktmdnl at the table when' e Rex's downfall was
he aflaped. due to being l .tl.ti ~a wa-
oro's latest project w eas Ca orn-er ia a len abt.obire (ae,
12 .roai hotelthe Stardut. eII410L WUindicted i tie ? an ]sben tato slate1offi ers,
which is eoted to open about ..A.u beau te aUed nto ae any
In tay lue had to e majorra- duiBe. He ded t law for pOrt-to% r calls but Hipeely was
i th o h e three years. s Otober 1a t owed to different anehorlages.

.eg COiiO.,to a MeoI FILM PICTURE IN ALASKAN LOCAL:

-sho erLy K Y VPER GEANEE"
a nd U MW ?l*s he mud v ; tw oT T tb are
i botbeu i, F m -k and Lou or r- -
d t t with Msrk Stevens in top" role, Wts Wednesday
the Meadows. He operated It until r the L Tht
sbout 1538 whnhen he went to south..
'en Callfwmia, where he operated
ambiiag ships In coastal waters
byond---he thought-the e g a I
teach of govsrment.eSe
1 is- bf t was taie Rex
"Mec rode seutule the three-
gile ha i1n The- Ihn-,a
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n a .mflleadellar
.yely business naW blesoaded
b.le offers and put -et eE
Cruero had frequent and leng-
thy ll joust su with the law but
lot the final deeion to the Unit-
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New recipe for
delicious lon

Always creamy-rich in fla-
vor. And, Royal Flan is so
asy to prepare. Just conm-
bide the Royal Flan mixture
and milk in a saucepan,
bring it to a bqil, and pour
it into molds. Four luscious
servings. When you shop-
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"ORY VENOEANCE." starring Mari Stetena sItb Martha
Hyer, release at the LUX Theatre next Thfirsday. San Fran-
cisaco's famed hilly streets and cable cars were another pro-
duction locale.
In "Cry Veng(ance' Stevens also makes his debut as a
director, handling his "at and cameras with consummate
skill and a fresh approach.
Heading the featured cast with Mlu Hyer are Joan
Vohs, Skippy Homeler, Arthur Kennedy and Warren Doug-
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AMERICA'S ALPINE VILLAGE-Here's what Sun Valley looks like without the snow.
This popular winter ski resort is growing even more famous for its scenic surroundings
in the summer. This view is from the summit of nearby Penny mountain. The popular
playground offers a score of outdoor activities, including hiking, golf, riding and fishing.


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JUST BREEZING ALONG These lovely little "sail fisherettes" are "shooting the
breeze" as it were as they skim along Venesuela's Laguna beach on their surf boards
with sails. A few seconds later, a shifty breeze dumped them into the blue Caribbean.
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Pysher puts finishing touch of paint on wanon that took him some two years to build.


A GOOD TURN FOR BABIES-New York Girl Scouts present the ten-thousandth baby
layette to David Da Mota, Brazilian delegate to the United Nations Children fund, for
underpriviledged babies the world over. Idea came when the Girl Scouts found out
that scores of expectant mothers in Brazil couldn't afford the poorest infant fabrics.


dbna hsrgaanther histric lithograph of circus posters on a wall of museum.


ROSE BY ANOTHER NAME-Mrs. Edward Milholland. Jr.,
(right) hands Senator Margaret Chase Smith a petition
signed by 25,000 persons who want the rose named Ameri-
ca s national flower. Mrs. Milholland is group chairman.
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SIGMAdif SW THEART--Carolyn Stroupe poses with two of the jUdges who helped
'herwin the title of international sweetheart of Sigma Chi at the fraternity's conven-
tion in Cincinnati. Judges are cartoonist Milt Caniff (left), Vincent Sardi, Jr. Other
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I= PANAMA AMISCAN. -. AN MIDEPNDINT DAILr NEWSPAPER


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J 9i M.a4 4 4 s o P..~ a-0 27 V 71

D"%%%%AAT UNION CLUB TONIGHT WILL HONO
A ti h30OF GUATEMALA AND ?MS. GONZAW ilo IGUI
Members of. the dipilmatie corps anid their ladies willUS
jtlB tonight in a dspeida receptin bonoring the Asmba-
SofM Gustemala nud Ms. Rben ,Gsa Ml*w are
having the Isthmus soon. .
Gonts are to arrl at the Union Club at I. p.m.

PepiwtilaGuatemalans 1.s AuxAi Nosrll41 Parties WaA IPst Meets
V ,Ambassador of Ecuador Oa Atlamtic ide
and Mrs. Igao Mncayo enter- The tlbert Waid Unit No. 2,
taied on Sturday night with a American Legion Auxiliary, held
erh r the deprtin Am. their monthly meeting on wednes-
bassdor o uatemala andMrs. day at the Legion Hai, Uk Cm sto.
GoMnlr Signi. A Mrs.Ida McDade and Mrs. 0.
On Saturday the Secretary ofe pal Gomet reported they repre.
Foreign Relations, Dr. Carlos sented the Auxiliary at a convert
OArOI*nm gave a stag luncheon held at the Colegio Abel Bravo in
in Kor of Ambassador Gonza. celebration of tne Independence
ilezr~ "S IL Day of the United States of Amer.
Part or During the meeting, Mrs. Cleo-
Miss ArangotAnd Blackburn, was presented with a
Mr. Wtitarst ten-year pin Can gift from t h e
Misi Irma Arango of Panama unit, as she is leaving soon to
and Mr G J o. Wisenant, w h o a make her home in the States.
matriaa will be an event of the Plans for a rummage sale on
week, zaye been entertained at 'Oct. 1 are being maoe and a Il
several pre-uptial parties. members are requested to save
One ot thise was an outing to all things necessary to make this
Cerro Az for which the Misses sale a success.
Mariol de lo, Guardia and A naa There will be a bake sale in Au.
Teresa Sos were hostesses. gust, the date not being set, but
Miss Manuelita Vallario alsowill be announced later. Proceeds
onod the couple at a recent for these sales will go for various
fishing party charities.
h A d- n Members present at the meet
Mit NRivey Entertains ing were Mrs. Jenny Redmond,
For Visitor Mrs. Jem Chandler, Mrs. Miriam
The Panama City residence of McDaid, Mrs. Cleo Blackburn,
Mr. and Mrs. George Novey was Mrs. Mary Engelke, Mrs. Elba
the scene of an enjoyable swim Wood, Mrs. Ida McDade, Mrs. 0
ming and luncheon party when the pal Gomez, Mrs. Sylvia Lelaidier,
young daughter of the home, Miss Mrs. Frances Gilley, Mrs. Louise
Irene Novey entertained in honor Griffon, Mrs. Alice Arnold, Mrs.
of a visitor, Miss Ada Rosa Ema- Agnes Simon and Miss Grace wil-
Muelli. liams.
SThe white elephant was won by
Morriees Return Mrs. Elba Wood.
To'Costa RicaeI
The Ambassador of Panama to Mr. Fairbrother Feted
Costa Rica and Mrs. Frank Mor- At Retirement Party
rice Jr., have returned to S an Mr. Charles H. Fairbrother, who
Jose after a brief visit in Pana i retiring soott from service with
dma City. the Industrial Bureau of the Pa-
Mrs. Manuelita Vallarino de nama Canal was haonore d by
Morrice, mother of the Amba ssa-friends at a retirement party giv-
dor, is visiting her son and daugh en Friday evening at Cristobal
ter-in-law in San Jose. Yacht Club. Nc
-- Mr. M. B. Nickel was toast
International President master for the occasion, present.
Of Lions Club Feted ing Mr. Fairbrother with a watch
In Zone and Panama engraved with his service dates,
Distinguished visitors paying a which covered 36 years with the
brief visit to the Isthmus ar Mr. United States government. T h e
and Mrs. Humberto Valenzuela s watch was a joint gift from the
Chile. Mr. Venezuela is the pres- 9 men who attended the party.
dent of Lions International. Messrs., rT h m a s J. Pimento,
On Saturday the couple were ,Pauli H.. inm eman and Rosene
honored at two gatherings. L to. hare o
The Liens Club of Balboa .Mr. Falrbrther plans to make
entertained them at a cockt.al his, homn in Panama City.
party in the Fern Room of Tivou
Guest House. Bridge- Play Tonight
Later they were honor guests tat scheduled for tonight are t he
a buffet supper tendered at the weekly duplicate bridge games
Union Club by members of the Pa- held at Tivoli Guest House and
mana Lions Club. the Margarita Service Center.


Progress Reported On Development


Of Intercontinental Missile Study

BAy WALTER L. BARKDULL Ilem of destroying a missile mov-
I ing at 20 times the speed of sound
MOFFET FIELD, Calif.(UP) !is "even more difficult than aim-I
-Progress is being made on de-. ing at and hitting the bullet fired
velopmient of intercontinental mis-:from another gun."
siles that will roar to their targets .
at speeds u. to 15,000 miles anI The NACA said two types of
hour, the National Advisory Com-, missiles were under study. One,
inittee for Aeronautics reports. the ballistic missile, would be shot
The announcement, made by the from the earth's surface into
Nt.CA at the triennial inspection I space. It would be aimed like an
of its Ames Aeronautical Labora- artillery shell and descend on its
tory here,, marked the first state. unsuspecting target by gravity.
nient by a responsible federal The second type is the glide mis-
agency that such missiles were sile. Like the first, its rocket en.
oven -considered possible. guie would provide its acceleration
The NACA said all of its labora- within the first few minutes. But
tries wore making a "concerted unlike the ballistic missile it would
attack" on the "formidable" prob- remain within the atmosphere,
lems renining to be solved. The gliding on its wings in a shallow
scientists said the biggest problem arc to its target.
is that of the he~t generated in
the missile by the hypersonic The NACA said the second type
might permit it to be landed un-
speeds. der control. This would permit the
And, they reported, they think glide missile to be used for possible
they may lick the problem by commercial purposes.
making the missiles sweat like J. F. Parsons, assistant direc-
humans. The scientists call the tor of the NACA, was reluctant
transpiration cooling method the to set a date when such hyperson-
"most promising yet." ic missiles might be operative.
In the transpiration system a But in answer to a question
liquid -or gas would be forced whether it would take 15-20 years,
through the porous- skin of the he said, that was a "pessimistic
missile just as perspiration is view."
forced through the pores of a hu-I Parsons said he expected devel-
man skin to cool it. opment would come in stages,
Wtid Tumael Studies with a 5,000 mph missile possibly
This, the Ames scientists said, being perfected first, then a 10,-
would cool the fast-traveling mis- 000 mph missile one.
sile by the evaporation of the liq.- The highest speed unclassified
und. In addition, the liquid would missile now known, the V-2 with
cut the heat generated by acting which the Germans bombarded
as a lubricant to reduce heat pro- London in World War II, traveled
duecin friction. "at 3,500 miles an houe.
Waiut some protective device,
a raissile traveling at 15,00oo0 miles
an hur would burn out like a N Fast
meteor as it zoomed through the W


earth's atmosphere.
The NACA said temperatures in f
a missile traveling only ',000
miles an hour would rapidly climb
to 8,000 degrees Ftrenbeit while
a missile going 15,000 miles an R L
hour would generate the heat of-a R L IE F !
thousand steam boilers. It your throat is raw and sore
Further studies of the heat prob- from coughing don't delay .. get
lem will be made in a new wind Bluckley'a Canadiol Mixture right
tunnel at Ames where model mis- away. Po youelf a poonful of
siles can be subjected to air mov- th special medicaUon .hold it
ing six t~mes the speed of sound, your mouth minute ... then
and heated to 00 degrees. slowly swallow it. Fee it spread
The laboratory expects to start dow l your throat... breaking up
constriutlon this fall of another the thick. choking, germaladea
tunnel where models may be fired! phlegm. .. smoothing a protective
at speeds of 12,000 to 15,000 miles ai lm over those ot, irritated mam.-
aD hour through various densities bzaue... carrying wloo m lefe,
of air. &so down to the bronchial tubWI
Th'e NACA said the "moat sig- IAhb-h. you'll my. an miliCo
fi-."t a'vattave" of such high have... there's nothing like Buek-
,1 : micrEiles would be their "rel- eI.e So ask your druggist for a
i, InvfterabilIt to presently bottle a quliek .tlag. ple,"M .
kr n methods of defen-e." tasting, inexpensive Bckld7'y
A une scientist put it, the prob- IM Mm,,, ta til


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& 34 a a Tln Lhl oo Torrid Summer Day
S' By GAYNOR MADDOX
WASHINGTON, Aug. (Globe til they are worn out," my friend ,quickfrozen or garden peas
,. pnd t. L..".-. M P Press) You don't need any re reminded. to mak adeei iou a dt e
minder that you have two I e t "Children are notoriously slow servedd chilled. MarjortO Deen dist
Swht Youu wa much on this ci- they let you k tIn other a.hs tarted tow make cookbook
whys you dcringS om la aboti l their hoISe. BuT tinagussae New York food e ua ckb
ty' street durin a blistering Some become less active. T h e y for her granddaughter, Laurie
Games at the Tivoli start at 7 heat wave. Your d thed t to e pame Anne Graham. Laurie is month
p.m., at Margarita at 7:30 p.m. om of Yeuw feet r emind yo of the as they used to. Or tbty waik ve. old These two recipes will go into
et with evry stp.i ry carefully., putting their f e e t her book.
Mr_ Il.raM# .[ iI was In t is uncomfortable down flat lated o taking a nor-
M r. M ana lio n
To Visit Parsto- state when I went to see a friend ma, springy atep." c( d Gr w Pea Se
Mr. Victor aMirahi, formerly of mine her at the Childrn's Bu. When these igns appear, this (3%Cu a Pe 5 s
of "Colon, who a'been n war '-reau d the U. S. Government one expert on child care advised
for the last yer In New York ,ay last weeL. Oh to be a child checkna fl immediately on t e One and one-ha tablespoons
ty. is t home or a month's visi th 'n0 foot troubles," I thought shoes. If it. appears t orany quiek-cooking tapioca, 2 cups milk,
tyh t home a re oth s visitors as I climbed to the second floor part of the foot are beag cramp- qucookmg tableli, 2 r terups milk,
Mth 'a and Mr of the big government building, ed, a trip to the shoe store should t. sl I^r use e
E. Mizrac t Col. Whenr I l voed these though to be made without delay.l itu c a a el
S- __ onwe the women who helps rue this "Feet perspire a great deal ... teaspoons altand a d ash of ele
Mr. .ooper.etu remarkable department, she said: so," she said. "So, it is importsntsalt dash of pepper. teaspoons
For Few Days I. "Wells the chances are your trou- to choose well ventilated shoes fore grated onion. I cups hot. o ,'
-Mr. George A. ooper, bPs started in childhood. And winter as well as summer. If you ick-frozn our fre p measrile
president te WaccK then ohe fished out of a drawer in don't, perspiration gathers in the tablespoons "utter or m argrine







pleated a boot is. "It has 26 bonesdo et amo tineg t apiochilkdlcuid.
tm a ey was ad m y m'her desk a little booklet entitled shoe and may irritate the skin and .C.n i lqud'
itor on thefmnus. A former res-. ,yoy Children's feet and Foot cause the feet to have a Urning salt, pepper, and onion in sauce-
ident of te Atlantic side, Mr. wear," and read: feeling, or. worse yet, develop a n. Cook and stir over medium
Hooper stopp at E "A greSt deal f the trouble fungus infection." elop a until miure come to aboi
during his sty. we* lue with our feet some When any skin condition shows P rhat mdxture i toan e ect ri
.. .. do ors claim r oot of it-.tarts up, the Children'. Bureau urges, igb n.sed t. minutes. or untl
hI childhood, And a big cau gmothersto take their offspraingg to ream speme 2 Ad dihutter nr
is hles--and sometimes stock- the doctor. And feet must even:
SALr inlr gs ma ld socdk-.-ath don't fit." be watched when a child reaches margar ne.
meeti People just don't understand, adolescence. For except for orga-1 Cool about 20 minutes. Stir. Chill
According to my friend, how com-nized play, the average youngster thoroughly (2 to 3 hours or over-
S pl:cated a footi.t i. "t has 26 bones does a great deal more of sitting, night). Serve in chilled cups or
and anny muscles and ligaments, standing and walking and pratical- bowls.
ad tic obnd of n When shoes are too tight, too hea-bly no jumping, climbing or stand-' Note: To make 1'p cups cooked,
column "slulu submttedin I vy, too wide, run down. worn out ine on tiptoes, peas, use 1 box (10 ounces) quick-,
Qnurtt nform nd=0" to me or outgrown, pressure or friction T told my friend about seeeng frozen green peas. Or cook about:
wthe mbeirSredudanilin r o can throw the delicate m e c h a- some energetic adolescents play- l't pounds fresh peas. .
Sh i gh-t a nism of the foot out of line. And ing tennis that day They certain Suggested arnshes: Spoonful of
llmemtoa t be c ill r this can bring on corns, callouses, ly spent a good deal of time lean unsweetened whipped cream orio
qbeto ingrown toenails, fallen arches, ing about the court and standing'sour cream sprinkled with nutmeg
erltob> Embleroo painful flat feet and the like." on tiptoes. ,or croutons, or a few mint leaves.I
S Morre discussed the matter of tak She agreed but pointed out that
The oer-tmerEha mbie m'. ning s children to a pood shoe store if th. games were infrequent, the' Italian Sausage
and making certain the shoes fitplayers would probably complain With Tomato Rice
told I orrowe 7a 3 es properly. "But sometimes tohde yof aching feet, "because they are (4 servings)
eetint ooat p don'L continue to fit properly un-husing muscles that haven't such,
at the Elks Home. use since childhood." Then there' One pound Italian sausage. '
SP E SQSA to Met T uesdy is the matter of blisters which can cup fine chopped onion. 2 table-
The Panama Chapter of the uI ffifa come from ill-fittng tennis shoes.: spoons butter. 1 1-3 cups 5-ounce
cet te meant e n n ten oe o Years ago" she said, "a n package) ackaged pre-cooked ri,
a Pere o mMiracles W i"th Men ow t t number of youngsters developed 2 cups tomato juice. teaspoon
and Preservation of Barbershop Miracles With Me blisters and neglected saying any-' salt. i teaspoon sugar (optional,.!
Quartet Singing in America, nc. Fats very wife should thing about them before infections cup grated Parmesan cheese
will hold their regular meeting remember: a s had a good head start. All too' Cut sausage into bite-size pieces
tomorrow night at 7:30. Your husband needs you every often it was then too late. Fry in skillet over medium heat ,
All members are especially re- bit as much as you need him. ..This gloomy p i c t u r e has' until done. Meanwhile, saute onion
quested to attend to sing fare- ihe wife who ne'er loses sight changed, of course, since the dis- in butter until lightly browned. Add
well to Jack crooks, baritone in: that fact isn't tempted to become covery of sulfa drugs. And now packaged pre cooked rice. tomato
the one-time champion Zone possessive, inquisitive, or afraid recovery from infections is evenuice, salt and sugar. Mix just to
Tones quartet. that she'll lose her husband. imore certain and speedier with moisten all rice.
SPEB8QSA meets pn Curundu You won t have much luckk trmyng.our antibiotics Her nephew had Bring quickly to a boil over high
Road In the workrooms of the to change a man if you voice your- developed an infection from a ne heat. Then covre and remove from
Shriners, opposite the VFW disapproval of what he does thatglected blister on his heel last heat. Let stand 13 minutes.
building. irritates you, summer. "Our physician adminsi-: Arrange tomato rice and sausage
A man can be stubborn tooi and tered oxitetr.cycline and in very! on platter and sprinkle with cheese.
usuall y i he re es thathe short order he danger wasover. Note: f desired, I cup tomato
reistian Dlor r woman who once thought i s we The Children's Bureau's advice sauce and I cup water may be
Loved him "as Is" now is intent on to mothers is: Inspect regularly substituted for the tomato juice.
a"h Para fa s h trying to make him over into what your child's feet for cuts, bruises i ,
Ready With NeW she would consider a better bar- r..bed or red areas or blisters. -t --e t'
thV fmle a II nor h pl ain. But praise skillfully adninm- Do n't tak chances; when there t .inA A o h
li e ar. w'Im n olittsered, can ano often does work t eems the slightest danger of in-1 i fp
n n niracle .Ifection, take him to the doctor.'
Line, Tdes T Loou R ro o husband isn't going to be 40nI M S get to the tele-
Li.ed dh .atuvro nL o mr ane isn't going to boewh t h oAnd when the child grows to that'- e may b nh
hPARISe Aut- bt (-U) on interested in you out of a sense of independent age of adolescence.
PARIS, Aut.he iu- tnow t. If you want p to eep himm, er dhim tnto ekp examine hism.. m
come the "Xe' look. irte-ested. you'll have to belr.m nT"d Lm WitE anY e ixa n f ,h he tleliian
ChrbI anD Lr bosjlrad uas Interesting. .feet.nd to rep Y h.. -any,.9rin [in, h.
e't"Y-that1din-o o.e- You may think you are more trou... bl.4 -
male fashion is expected to pro- practical and efficient than your _______MO
ducer the "X" look 't6day. husband, and you may be right,
The latest in Dior's containing but when he is in charge it isn't J
alphabet sOUp line is described by smart to offer advice or suggest. J .s a F....e Cents m / / T
persons supposedly in the know as tions however bright they mabe.! Just a FeW C n s
resembling a pair of scissors. Learn to relax and enjoy letting
How this will look on the female him lead.
figure is still a closely guarded What a husband does for his wife's and you'll give your home o1m4 11'9AI''
secret, happiness often has very little a wonderful new look ..
How will, effect the male pock- connection with what he should do, Come to this week's SPE-
et book is open to question also. so forget about what he ought to CIAL. Choose your favorite when you dial the te!cphonp
The trend in the Paris fashion do and appreciate what he does do. FIGURINES, VUD VASES, number of a private home, nant
shows so far had been to make That is just facing reality. The KNICK KNACKS, and from don't get an answer after tihe
the .female shape more shapely qualities you think make a good a lovely assortment of -first or second ring (Con't hang
this year. wife may not be at all the ones other ornamental It e m s up. Give the person yoLu are call-]
One designer, Maggy R ou f f, your husband considers of first which will certainly do ing a chance to get to the tele-
showed dresses Saturday n i g ht importance. So find out what he, something to your home. phone. He may be in the yaid,
that raised the bust level and considers important instead of ex-: basement or garage.
dropped the waist level all t h e pecting him to appreciate you for It's always annoying to make I
w.y to the knees. the qualities you think he should. I UNTIL WEDNESDAY a dash for the telephone and
She showed a grass green tweed If your marriage has been happy ONLY have It quit ringing the minute
suit that had pockets down at the in the past you can expect it to be you reach it.
knees, happy gain, even though at
She also had a shapeless tunic present the going isn't smooth. M ORRISON'S
that ended with a droopy drape Just remembering that can help. a!
:I thigh level, wife over the rough pots that are! Opposite the Ancon P. 0.
There also were some coats in bound to be encountered in any
which experts said the interest marriage.
centered on "breas-high martin-
gales which wove in and out from
stem to stern." SINGER SEWING MACHINES
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the English Channel from France to England. She
Js the youngest person ever to accomplish the feat.
The blond, pqtite swimmer miss. out they are not recognized by the
the recognized women's swim. Channel Swimming Assn.
"bing record by 42 minutes but
.Scame the first woman to con- Two official observers of the
tuer the channel this year. swimming association accompa-
The Toronto girl was in the wa. tiled Miss Bell today, although she
.Ier 14 hours and 37 minutes from did not announce when she left
Ihe time she left Cap Gris Nez, France that she would try to beat
Sjrance, until she landed al the record.
Shakespeare Beach near D o ver. b
.this evening. However, by mid afternoon
The well muscled little blonde the swift crawl the blonde uses
lBunged into the channel at Cap had carried her within. striking
JXis Nez at 5:53 a.m. and camel distance of the record. Then
here at Shakespeare Beach at she battled wind-.chopped waves
a: p.-m as she struggled toward the
"white cffs ox Dover.
Despite her speed y crawl, white cliffs o
*rong channel currents swept the The Canadian was fed doses of
mCanadian long distance swimmer ..
westward In mid afternoon andi corn syrup, gelatin, pablum and
wetw he m rkin ti ternotn wa- bottled water. Ryder accompanied
.kept her marking ie I h er along with pilot John Burwill.
BH." for crucial hours. Pilots and fishermen who saw
."- But, withe he parents a er iss Bell Leave the rench coast
.,h.year-sister Karen cheering this morning said her coating of
"hiser son from an esong b. grease was too thin to keep her
cruiser she made a t rongl nI warm and to keep off her body
.-b, early sprithe jelly fish that are massed in
"yards to shore. he channel this time of year
Miss Ball was the only person
'.(o complete the Lake Ont Iaar io But nothing affected her stam-
S*wim from Youngston, N. Y. to To- ina and she pushed a h ead al-'
ronto, in Setember 154. A mem- though Britian swimmer Shirley
ber of the oonto Lakeshore Dunbar, the left five minutes a-
"swimmin Club she was trained head of Miss, Bell, gave up.
for today swim by Gus Ryer o Bell ve up.
Thousands of sightseers cleared T 21-year-old British $irl was
*n the cliffs as Marilyn came a- hue 2- year-old British girl was
shore under her own power. She hauled into an accompanying boats in
was a tired, butdetermined girl afthe r 5 hoannel She was too ieasick
as she stepped ashore in a black the continue.
swim suit and red rubber cap. t continue.
T Tie record for a woman swim-
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Did the Cleveland Indians buy
Sal (The Barber) MagUe from the
GOant in hopes he can pitch
them to a pennant? Or did they
do it just so he wouldn't fall in-
to the hands of the Yankees or
White 8ox?
Baseball circles were buzzing
over those questions today as
the 38-year-old curve ball11 artist
flew in from Milwaukee to -Join
I the iadiam for the bit flries


that they pald the QiOhnts
the regular 10,000 waiver
e. But strong retorts per-
d that the Indians grabbed
lie so that the yankees or
te Box wouldn't do it-and
they paid about $30,000 for


Rodolfo Francis

Scores Easy Win

Over Sonny Leon

Panama's Rodolor Franess,
11A5, punched out an asy
unanimous ter-round decision
over Venesuelan futherweIght
champion uy Lees, 123r,
Saturdayy might In MarseiUbo.
Franeia opened a deep gash
over Leoon's left eyebrow In the
eighth round. The eat bled
profusely la the final two
rounds in which Francis staig-
gered the Venesuelan on sev-
oral occasions,
A return match is planned
within two weeks at Caracas.

Francesco Cavlcchl

T.K.0.'s Berlin's

Herbed Weise
RIMINI, Italy, Aug. 1 (UP)
-European and Italian Heavy-
weight Champion, Fra'cesco
Cavicchi beat Berliner Herbert
Wiese here last night when the
referee stopped the fight aftre
Cavicchl. in the third round,
slashed open a cut above Wiese's
right eye.
Wiese weighing in at 100 kilo-
rams to Cavicehi's 92 caused
ew anxious moments for new
European Champ who wrested
the title from Germany's Heinz
Neuhaus on June 26. To the
packed crowd of 10,000 boxing
fans in Riminis soccer grounds,
the decision by the referee mer-
ited boos and sustained whis-
tles.
Wiese scored the first round
over Cavicchi, the second round
was even, and the third round
went to Cavicchi.
On the same program, middle-
weight Aldo Campagna. 72 kilos,
narrowly won a decision on
points over Essen's Karl Bucher,
73.600 kilos, in a hard-fought
bout of 10 rounds.

Braves Lose Adcock

For Rest Of Season
1ILIWAUKEE, Ws., Aug. 1-


aunpfrei a fraOnurel right
rearm yesterday when 'New
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hit him with a 1-1 pitch In the
second laing.,
Adeock was taken to Mil-
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revealed the fracture and a
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Trabert Withdraws From


Match With Bad Shoulder;

Davis Cup Officials Worry
0 I,


M1W YORK A painful Moylan in the semn-finals of the
shoulder kept tennis star Tony same tournament last year.
Trabert from gaining revenge Trabert went into the match
yesterday... and threw another with Moylan bellevin, he had a
scare into Davis cup officials, strained muscle. That a the diag-
nosis given by a doctor last
Trabert, who is counted on to night after Tony suffered pan
help the U.S. turn back the Da- in Saturday's victory over Her-
via Cup challenge late next ble Flam. The doctor advised
month, had to pull out of the Trabert. to play anyway... but
Meadow Club Tourney yesterday that didn't work either, yester-
at Southampton, New York. The day Tony defaulted to Moylan
husky Cincinnati star withdrew because of severe pain.
after defending champion iddle
Moylan won the .first game of Davis cup officials took on a
the fifth -.-and decding set. worried look at the situation.
The Wmatc'waileven.asMoy- Trabert is the big gun n: the
lin -wi Oe fiat iet, M4, ,Tra- U.S. defense of the enIn tretws.


bert took the nxt two, 6 ,.andi
8-4, and Moylat' won the fourth,

The shoulder ailment kept,
Trabert fro mavenging a logs to
Schmidt, who set the fracter-
ed bone, sait Adcoek would
"definitely be out of action the
remalader of the season.


two singles victories and&'a sare
of the doubles. If Trabert is un-
able to play, observers predict
the Americans will lose the cup.
Trabert says his right shoul-
der began to hurt in last Tues-
day's opening match. The young
net star took diathermy treat-
ments last night, but says he
began getting pains in his back
during Saturday's match with
Flam.
The Australian and Italian
Davis cup teams have moved a-
head In their drive to take the
famed tennis trophy away from
the United States.
The Ausies, who lost the cup
to the US. team last December,
won the North American Zone
Finals by beating Canada in
doubles today at Montreal. Paly
clinched the European Zone Fil
naRs by beating Sweden in dou-
bles at Milan. d
Stocky Lew Hoad and Rex
Hartw g carried the Auslaes to
the North American Zone title.
They beat Don Fontaan and Bob
Bedard, 6-3, 3-6 6-3, 6-4. to give
Australia a 3-0 lead in the best-
of-five series. Nicolo Pietrangell
(Pee-eht-tran-an-Jehl'eeo and
Orlando sirola carried the Ital-
ian banner, beating Sven David-
son and Torsten Johansson, 6-3,
8-4, 24, 2-6, 6-1 for a similar
3-0 lead over Sweden.
The Italians thus move Into
the Inter-Zone Finals against
the winner of a series between
Australia and the Eastern Zone
Champs from Japan. The Aus-
tralia-Japan matches start at
Glen Cove, New York, August
Fifth. The Inter-zone finals win
be played at Philadelphia start-.
lun August 12th...and the chal-
lenge round is set for Forest
Hills, New York, commencing
August 26.
..Back borne at Kalamamo,
Michigan, too-ranked Earl Duch-
hoem of St. Louis and second-
needed Ned Neely of Atlanta
have reached the finals of KTh
National boys tournament.
Buehsolz eliUmlantert Ceore
Stower of Carmel, Californla, 8-
1, 9-1 and Neely advanced over,
Getad Duble of Htant lnek
Hamn-tram'-ink); Mlchiman, 6-2,
7-,.The tle round will be ies-
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uS e fint, quartet mile
anid mait passing the Jh
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a Uecond ontr Rouge
Strd. he rest of th felde
bunhled closely behind with the
exception of oOyouder which
failed Lar behind,
= Pappa ArmY eied down the
4baclatri*Wtcani three furlongs
out moved to wtthua one length
of Turgot anId appeared about
ready to take command. How-
ever, this was not to be and Tur-
got gradually lengthened his
stride and drew away to a two
length lead.
Turning Into the homestretch,
BIasn Agu[rre, upon Pa1ppa Flynn
went to the whijp but to no a&
vall-Turt pound it on and
crossed .h finish line fully
three lengths t he good. Four
lengths behind Pappa Flynn
came Monte Rouge which *as
third throughout.
Lexden got fourth place mon-
- ey by a neck from Consuerte and
Escorial. Jaquimao Mirsaatoats
Bracomin and Goyqader wound
up the list of also rans.
The winner returned the juicy
odds of $26 per ducat despite
scoring ing in his previous start. Al-
fredo Vasgues and Aguirre share.
ed saddle honors with three vic-
tories each.


The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1-American Maid $6.20, 2.80.
2-Golden Wonder $#40.
SECOND RACE
1-Forzaao $5.80, 3.4u, 3.40.
j-&acanaalo L.bU, 1320U.
3--Lo-O-Trouoie $d.80.
lirst DUDble: Sl
THIRD RACE
1-Curaalena $6.20, 3.40, 2.40.
2-UyuYuy 93.40, 2.40.
A-ban-Criasobai $ .60.
une-Two: $1450.


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SIXTH RACE
1-Lifeboat $14.40, 3.20, 2.20.
2-Vulcanizado 95.40, 3.
3-Brie $2.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1-Charming Prince $10.40, .40,
1260..
2-My Dear $10.60, 4.60.
-Y-oung Prince $2.20.
second Doubte: $.$ ..
EIGHTH RACE
1-Kadlr $2.60, 2.30. 2.30.
2-Armador $2.40, 2.20..
3--lpocrates $2.20.
Quialela: $3.
NINTH RACK
1-Turgot $26, 5.80, 5.
2-Pappa Flynn $3.10, 2.40.
3-Monte Rouge $6.40.
One-Two; -$.
TENT H RACE
1--Chivllngo $2.80, L.20.
2-Quematodos $2.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
1-Muleco $5.40, 3.60, 2.20.
2-Bugaa 2$3.0., 2.30
3-Lady Dancer $2.20.

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Te Montral Royals were
In first place in the Int
tifnal League today because
Lehman got mad.
me9 27-yearu- e t
free Seatle, Wash., was
A fre the box ai the firs
_Nag of a gae against
Teptle Maple Leafa ailS
nht.I He Lcame right ba
Glmen Cox in the
Ianiag, id itched Mai
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won the secad
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tween the league's elite, 60-53, in ber of contests.


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m war prisonsdret- ( )-plice une anno ?e e today which caed at least deaths toate5T.u as e e drg th A eo rwhoat tJr
pion that followed thew tat terrorists had murdered at throughout the prote.toirate. .aIte1 0 ] e ..,--

rmsSh erl their felds between Bdreend a AutematAed those o. .por pse oP. Ow... .W
.elid TWO Arabs returnting from a by police as well ast another t ItMab I adp hWe l d... .
Che 11 armen were PrOlcut- NPaIteur were sbot down laet Meanwhile strong police fore- RaO b1edouall.ritC
d c ved mid eavy Another met the same as sealed off the north African Rue do Chartr n

paonar an g i adig eda few hours earlier, four ki- district of Paris today to guard out te r ., t fa d.
ged confe ssionsbroadcast o liet D aer against new rioting and uproot A pole thet prob- -M)-meb atetour-.

ro o F e ut 0y hod their llthne o top Nationalist agitators. area wid oli be nder t ai guard i bbi U r- l in dole-
M n Reds also hold two A eM -e a farmer ne r e de n oa o l /am ..The measure wastaken aft- for at leat ai.nOnlyetho go4onuaw.o uI




Coins spy charges, another vrit wpoa. wagm w thh er aoon potioad 36 swhoanre ls u tn me -lt ths se t ere DficialStabtistiM.rsi 00 b 130
etrlIll..!enc plode rnlTsa---hal, in r------t Sh a
Dow24 and had h head miss Do were Injurncoat Turncoats Turn wlTalt bIo f ICast Area yo .od
h rbnerlsakihs w e nmre oi Agan As o Ual rt-MprrIoa 0lum s tsa employ. There job-


down. That the two men .admit- e nwh le Governor t enerll "-"the T I storm o 1 o asa.
idted se cital l from the ainr u 8oua tell returned here. .i which tntto the p u I m .
b they nitedstlater. Iatined rrom PariHswere h SAN FRNCIBCO, Am. 1 (UP) le. baloeig Tean'nhvle X ationalistaVMSresith windo aB to 60 "a ro'ftWml3B
sao and uterrills war- A patrol of French soldiers and foreign tourists and at- i oet to nd sofSth o l -'P o o
r rs hot do ad t killed three reb- tempted to storm -a policeat c eWar L e Asdofstimeedpel-toIo u
.rison and FeCtea ltohr0 years. hoed their challenge to stop. At dawn today armed Police crowded of Arabs hasebled h tul



. prCommunists charged t hey A terrorist bomb. which e took positionad ess to alu rutote e ,t the Red athe is re l m lDer leog t m r havr widee




Sar otner U .am li t | t thir iem r el a co tio wtl. the Rled Chlnese. Stte.ast eveni e tngi oufarikF u s whcio yp .t e t m ,s
y1jI.o They were cap si riously w found ed.a nine-year- l e both the Uted of aAe gdi bu op. Ar i, ryt seM. d t-. g Se..h reo- h&,
awhen their civil air tr m- old boy, l a e and Collasmmunist Cna, publi tive by the Commui who rA.rsec ..onsbs_ ,f.. a.B ..,* --n,.e i
a rrsh t. oor- o s e we e utn th denied the my's charges of co fed to reur home at the slose ea le r ner ons of fte riends hi p frbmetf
to the Reds. Wheekend,"nd security forces r- Svrae an mreach d an Au 1te (ut d hosts. we i



a ie th e Ctgpne w ... wa firt Amaine theC l u -t-o, artaly hred b the r-.0 ob0 ,eAu .eo thery..l- -the Americas
Wo civil air transport PilotS. $eted large lnumbero f ASrio t Ltmersons wermerie "" 4

dawn. Their oawe has been medwhhleovernor general the I a"kb A r viBne Group t






e sp y from the air-e .ho 5u tuor it ea r lle returned here tLaSSotond Tfw, l..y R pohart OP a Di
theUtred t t t e ., Au I (UP) lanky, b I.Ug Texan's denalf i coastalarea with winds up tW OR .1 re.to ( -.e .



s em eJohn Vhause U -w recanr of the m tndard 10l Co.e bore, puis,, and Lew i ris, after' an unhueessfn ternt oft da n. Pearl r r c of oewingd et even S' a "ra-
Lave& owbnn nIP ier 1.e o teew IerjIrad tmhe To trJ ivol To .-dern equy l t ble three A ratsthattatefo MOo e or oda oi f t. Cm-



1 _m .... St 'son snid today. IThe three r "tun about oat"|sc oum- -ace the -ianut" --r- but Oie _t. ame n Am... b._ eic l T. Mi
d.- Klbe Haro l M arei st on nkews and Ineren ncedo b the Ut-edrso S *aes of CU l o d hl a --An air I e a- ons s hid" "b h an m to-
Jr nl Chr11 what woVuld be atheeffect ogtaon e newsmen recorded whic Polie sid theCet had nwo insoreaad dihwoesta id h ita o g m t






en l John o Walf atomic energy on t th e i l t hdus- teo le Rnd Chin July 10. 3l, about who u l d the bombi-fgk Thee Panme C office of the--- --o h c*'- si
nao o r s i c t theT.....eeef Amt rmm of 9 .S -o--
we *rmerlo h try y thae uture, Boaer .t aid At that time they indles.ed th Metnwhome Soth Vgetsme .le eN ork brte him n the em thr. ".-usbhl-St fdu Ib6a
r vhiout drmi on td. prorres In the use of atom e ten- were to ace. any judH- Prem Ngo D-ah Diem lfi. Si A ndrbc, Polk. & rsRchrdMon The oSrh iSAio, whoe h
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twoopth e P1l.tuilly, s t will complemental o e P-rme. toie u.wreo e o a sdaoneth .ny quar_ t 18 Tvol Ave- ,,a '_
B thee.twrtorhial arofCht- "Atpmlc power will be us.d r propa nda for theidoc-provinces. C.: '.ffsany Richard.on_, r., is r .port onu hi,, l --'es ip
bo 'on"asand ep'mne orire the Md te yy th Th matedtmlll f cines htheae theierlnt r m later tinoet."i
theseurtyo hnh.thre than decree the, con- did't h.ve tc.h e irrai fought several battles aist meber of the New York eock go a









the eied in whla sumption of o l pouc, Boy- ohe ry h Hoa Ho set. He will los ex. m4c w nPe. o d ere .
h serimial rdi orad. signed a letter ur _ag "a general tiri the results of the land re- Telephone numbers at the new sh. fNa cs. ad
t- e".Ted the a0lea the world represent "twenty aert," or dnedb Vd feSUow pro-er backed government. te2-0074w epon o sedato aImuTan
mee. 4frorl"e the eAerg that can me me- of tot as oe Army fharg-e. ,







a Iuhorit1e in chare Coolnrsed froU convene Pon Co fueml Grisn has been thc lpast.vounl c yedin o.nrea, ia ltio.uU- fl-

tt i enerU wl uome id mandate Cmm'n attloo eca n
lo law so release know how either of 6y eeem will abura on
11 cri la before the replace troleum a fuel fKor tTI N W t Y r, rAu I1 rom-A tutu and eel
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tntthe authoritea in charge tchinese" Boyer taid. li lNfte V It lIV th rnl.dchag bytroudyo mmunit Cn.1 to oftI
J, Immediately the re- Eu ne Haollmu. president o kl many, akyer-th i mn t Bell, 24ofHllbobngti, sn fo.li.uo
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