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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Manoru ..!,0 today IW a rope.n heat wav io astfling
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Kong bonrer police stamton. The three American Os
War, but after a r and a half in Communist h e rit. honorably
discharged from te Army, they face powlble prnution for with the enes?
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Laudedifor A4ievements

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the World.Banck in participation with a s
of erica of S iP In icaond the CK
Ex nae Bank of Nw Yok, today mC dey s
$5, DaOntliflonto the Panomi gosvqwmnt
fim a: four-ytor, program of highway .tl..e

ti der the proarbm nearly all of Panumdil
fca highways will be reconstructed and preovi*
mo~d*-for their continuing maintenance. : "
Through improving and.speeding up road *
munrOtion, the chief meosnof transport, ,-.4
is expected to have for-reqikg effects on ..
opmnlt of the Republic.

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We96b0 Grandval a
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lan top district ad'
it.t .to discuss other
Swho flew to Morocco
4O "to act amd-ot to
af t h h

of the
fhe will bnn* nsw
-Namber of key k:sts
idea enough to Ih
mpign started
.H Sultes Id
be and the ean
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Uuen Meulay Ars.

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JUe j-yea5o4ld widow died ofstate onter-Amerleai
so.Wee l 0u 4 "tetwo, fair, legate. to the
C, Aneraarrtv aenth to -Foreign I
ti A_ LB angeles where wan Confrftthat the Associ
fdig i osotiS. Eisplane of the American Republic
had been delayed nd- he arrive. "- .t political, cultural
w in Panama later than ori- economy collaboration Us
8 sqn scheduled. most successful and advi
'yet achleved by man."
ught2r,".. -al .....eferrin to the United
* nt Mn 0co6l when the ton, o said that "
e tl.t occurred. Dy the time kind needs urgently a de
ae notified, her mother station" that the goal se
had ded. the world body "can in fa
Beniaedale, who bad been achieved."
with her son, a LXcks
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pu.n 4Nmovemr body I I
.eep out on hor
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widew of John W H
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^ofWW Electrical hllon LONDON, July 12 (UP)
i s aMtl this retirement Chi-Mlnl arrives in Moscog
in S He died in 195 day for a possibly crucial
Mrs. .axendale had lived on munist conferenceon the tk
the Xthmus many years and was ending pre-Geneva crisis in
formerly a reament of Pedro china.
Miad and Gamboa. The Vietminh leader's 5
Stmfuneral arrangements have to the Koemlin ;otncided
we mae yet. two Indochina develop
that have caused anzxety a
i Wife Ca' British diplomats who Iea
f Wife Can t Communists might try to
them to bobblea next week'i
Sp.l Him, Can We? ., "** s parley.
.. The developments are:
Mumot July I_-(UP)-_ 1. An outbreak of fight
left os l Kouiatls, 4; 'a.t a "whch ommunist; p
don to change a a ay tried to bland
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Own ChaNSo Record
DOVER, Eng., July 12-(UP)-
lorence Chadwick said today
tat she hopes to start swim-
Ming at 4 a.m. tomorrow In as
attempt to to break the England
to France English channel
wniImming record which be set
in 1953.
. If she reaches Fran. -1
asid, she win try to break her
mark of two and a half-miles of
the return swim to England.
"I'll try to push it to halfway
back or as far at I can swim,"
said the former San Diego typist.
"But Its wrong to say that I
plan to swim it both ways. I'd
like to,.of course, but this swim
should be described as Englad
to France and as far back asI
can come."
Marilyp Bell, 17-year-old To-
ronto, Ontario swimmer, plans
to swim the France to England
route on July 18.
WI s Chadwick pointed -out
)hat only two swimmers have
Over been able to start back aft-
er a channel swim-she and the
British giant Tom Blower who
seriously strained his heart in
the attempt. He was caught In
tides a mile off the French coast.

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saM atnoon
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the Canal
played for
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bi fell about

twe zork ono wic onrW anM w"
standing. The boy slipped and
The fall rendered him un-
conscious and he was Imme-
diately transferred to the hoe-
ptal where he was placed on
the seriously ill list.

How Neighborly
Con You Get?
RACIE, Wis.. uly 12-cUP)
-Mrs. Wiiam jenkins *4d Mrs.
Will Harder are neighbors and
like to do things together.
They are sharing a hospital
room now after giv birth to
daughters within five ours of
each other.

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L Sheppard Should Serve Life
,a Sentence, Appeal Court Says

CLEVELAND, 0.; July 12 (UP)
-The Court of Appfas ruled
today that Dr. SamuS 1. LShep-
pard received a fair trial and
skuld serve h ie sentence

after serving 10 yards of the
life sentence. Time toward that
parole does not xtuntil he
as been admitted tothe State
The new trial motion based
on "newly-discovered evidence"
was the work of Dr. Paul L.
Kirk, University of California
criminologist retained by the

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The otW *re dirt roads -
able forrafflc only tn agi l
weather and are not nclud6d in sotstuae ft
the rehabilitation p.gram. Be- c a alma
cause of lack of manten e has to be o
and faulty construction, thbwar- ene, co
faced reads have detpriorateO so roats M afItly
badly that extensive recomtec- high tapo- t co
tion is ncuarya weF" ad tar oI a
The rehabilitation program g fuel consumi
will be carried out by the Coi* tratpot services.
mission of Roads, Airports and ,Tese hli" s
Docks (CAM), an executive a- e' e
agency established by the Pana- incentive to p
ma goverpfnment in May 1914. al force armers
Consultaztts have been retained to products t
by CAM to assist in the prepar- therigo
nation and execution of the pro- the
The program provides for (1

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l e Honorable Daniel Flood,
Souse of Representatives,
Washington, D.C.
Employes here were given a lift In morale when they real
d tour interest ih us as saown in the text of the hearings where
S showed that one person without ulterior or political motive
Ridk Iss ue with the cause of a minority grouv of citizens who ar
On appearing before the Senate committee, the Governo
Again made the statement as he has done before that the em
Sployes here do not pay any taxes other than the Federal Incom
tax. This is contrary to mine and other's points of view, and
-enot understand the reasons behindthis statement.
The gentleman has proven his astuteness, ability and in
S1t' Band more than earned the remcognition by.Senator Hol
lTand of his outstanding accomplishment in his assignment whici
carries more varied problems with more Interference from other
t l aBy'ther J can think of at present.
ycontent.O3 Is that the taxes are collected but not identifl
as puch and burled in the enigmatic phrase used so often
in the learning. I.e. generall corporate expense."
To shorten ti I iote figures from General Accounting Of
U1 it of-the Company government for 1953. In fact the GAC
i In'their audit "the division (Commissary) realizes a rea.
sonable margin.., to cpver the expense handling, selling, and a
%ahre of the administrative expenses, Interest and Canal Zone
"Mbernment costs."
How can anyone say that we ao not pay for Governmen
Swhen we purchase In the Government owned stores?
The following figures are taken from the GAO audit for Fis-
cal Year 1953: 1953 Net Profit B.G.C.
Division Before General Corporate
Commissary ............................. $1,242,460
Clubhouses .............................. 240,329
Hotel washington ........................ 21
Tivoll Guesthouse ..................... 49,065
Nursery ... ........... ................ J.2. M
U. rate rentals ......................... ,
Local rate rentals ....................... 811) Loau
Electric power .............................. 1 ,10
Water system .......................... 184,920
Telephone system .......................... 10,652
That pays for a lot of general coo.rate. charges but we will
have to pay more. Based on reported income since 1951 I can-
sit see where there Is the slightest doubt but that the Canal has
pai- for Itself at least twice since it opened In 1914, and no
J gxlinR of figures can prove otherwise.
When my two years are up I'll drop by to see you on my way
o home.
S- J. A Noledy

CYE.CATMHR. LIFESAVER-Drivrs do a doubletalAke Wo
'W weird lettering of the "Z" and the N"1 In this sign,
MhSila Chty, Ind. And that's Just fine, because it km
e .an ar upon them and they slow down.

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Labor News

With full White House approval,
the U.S. Justice Dep6. has, or
some six months been ain tgat-
ng labor's ien m illisof

beefs Democrats.

eral grand jury started right at
sthe tO-W-by goin 4 the books

d Democratic party In Michigan.
e Although proPeally sanno ad
sn the ieft eorft e a Sauntry. e
!e tfral gran4o ury has t oe tt i .
S etroidnt listening to testimony
r by la their's con In- co .
S Imand, UAW Secretary reasurer

The Auto Union chief are hard-
ly the ones to take such a probe
1. q petilyYou can count on them w: Sp
ato mnethis invedugtion one'Of I

I he grand jury and regional fed.
n eral lawyqs-who are actn with
A Attorshy eral ',oerbert msmwn-
e elies ppp r yahve been see"ing
violations of the Federal Corrupt
union rom spending its money on

el* without consultation with Pre s-
ient Zisenhower's aides, t is
reasonable to presume. This is NIA eSie, Imc.
high policy-In a very stormy po-
litical area. Appat t y the White o m m
House is eager to find out t there
have been tremendous expendi
tures of union dues on Dem ocratic '
candidates although thousands of T in l i
the dues ayers are Republicans. A re
Tipoff on al this came in test-. "Ii
'ideny of John Felkens, Michigan l mi
Republican chief before a Senate m y 808 RUAR
elections committee last May 17
when this el friend of two ort
President Eisenhower's cabinet -. .
said angrily: LONDON I have a strong embnkme, where he stripped. "I merely went for a swim,"
es bunch that that the world s going to down to his shorts and leaped nto the Master of Nire sa putting
1h charge and can to ve that run smoothly for a yile, and I the icy water-after, of course on his cheaters. "After i, wen
thepolit albossesofla unonsfound it on the front page of the first taking ofhis spectacles a chap is dared achapdoeshi
particularly those of the CIO, use Daily Express the other day. The handing them to a friend. best to comply.
r political candidates and arheadline was: SON OF EER- The old Thames was pretty Whereupon the Master, Eton
tisan p it I c a purposes vast ESS SWIMS THAMES AT MID- choppy, and the Master was hav. Irish Gdards and Balliol, e
amounts of union dues, mone-y 1NI GT Debs Cheer Him As ing a bit of a thin time. Water within a exi"ge spirit into a
gathered for the prose of a- Hre Wina Champagne Bet At Bridge was' jammed' with car Scottish e ther roving tt
vanein the cause of labor. Savoy." and spectators, and somebody got the Scots are Indeed a hardy rae,
il ial e alnd can prove that seared and called the po cr e if only because of the spirits they
These ,f are not used for the This Was accompanied by a five- launches for the rescue. make so wel.t
Republican pa rty in Michigan or column spread of the ion. Richard But the Master would have none
i t e sdidate ... Bigham, Master of Nairne, son of of it. He made the far bank and I claim that nothing can be sor
s the Baroness Nairne and Grand- emerged goose-pinpled but itr--very wroas wio the world if the i
Io l 1 oitke these charges son of Viscount Mersey, being es- umphant, calling for the magnum early Evreln Wangh ara is on the
eand sport them .." courted by the law from his mid- of champagne. march a and the "vile
Fel a .ot wa t U, e ni ght dip. The Master of NairnIe bodies" iabe. .to -mer t
"thous ands of unlo nm r whow as wearing an oe reoat and r .Damaed an il th th from the -grimaf -t e
hs s rnot a waof s The law was wear M aste id ti s mb en to asn th ed wI I

The Ustgbea:.s tOxford then,'" the law said, "wot
e and is 21, was attending a art y this ori ab t". a
at thelnst. V c for Primrose, daughter of ldy "Well, it was this way, old boy, b an
GNAW.0, wera lnsidi ich Cecilia McKenna, when he was the Master said. "A magnum ofc ic

SmeseA magnum of champagne was the "see you don't do it theagain.' e oad D a at
It was this report on which the w es er. The dabs cpr uastered roun ius, pahpn to ase it
rand l n qtetioned Emil M e A outted debs In flimsy froche s "iDarling soul they said. "M* nwtrhe "auiter of
te Y.- It reveals that the e followed the dear boy down to the hero. Are yout fe t wet?" Nairnel L g may b he omplyl s
Auto Unioa spent $0,N00.13 on
"editorial" matters. Radle caot

This money came out of union I WASHINGTON -(NEA)- The There has also been evidence of recent exchange of complement on
dueM-and much of it was Pt record of the first session 84th foot dragging on the part of the lheislattv al leve as- or a
on political active and education, Co ng res a ks, on President hisen- congressmen who aren't overly lack th"e u r
it is balL rdu e GOP. T h hoWer's legislative program, stillenthusiastr a hn"t some parts of The a sme e
"Iltlen ens P t Al a e un kue has eto be made, the alsnower porgram. uet over a S ~i mniiual t wse
kitty used nor w b Reuther's Auto All the boasting by Senate Demo- L -cut for vde o Is a i s
Workers. ItIs raised by taking a critic leaders ontheir ccompliab- The es m-P sie te health Rei example. It w vmut t
fixed sum out of each member's me at so far can't conceal this strance l is getting no place meat r v by two bmitll
dues throughout the year. fact. and probably won't. It was first dollars m yeea sci
presented to the 83rd Congress and Theu oa eaatta
About $000 of this money And President Eisenhower's list.cold shouldered, then as now. Ihe P e Isor
went for radio and television i~ ot the 14 top proposals on high ay a m
shows supporting poliecal eandi- which he wants more action this The same thing has haeed to successful, will a. al _
datas, according to a speeh bY sepaSon tells only half the story the President s proposal for a- Tioverment's direct exnditbre
Maney at the last Auto Union con- of what hasn't been accomplished, amendment to the Taft. Hartleiy or new road. by as mated ( .T i
ventlon. labor law, billion dollars a year F
The Justice Dept. attorneys be- Coneress just 0ean to roll in Nei r party is ihowins any
lieve that much of these funds June S[n the first four months of great Zopdaess for theC dmlitra.I The House Democrats' Uate
were spent in violation of the the session, only P acts were tion's pow parinenabp 'policy. _lan to increase Social security
elaon lk passed and signed into law by the This allies to the Cougar and bnifits for the aged Ii asaier d
big the Grand Jury for indict President. Twenty more were John Day projeets in the North- move in the same direction. It w
m ents. Th +would seta. terrificc ed in May for a total of 48. west, in pa tcular. The. h avewould cost ony h eadrels of all b
precedent and wou.d stir a tat"- ere la a 0-50 chance be ses- been paken out of tse ie work iorns a year, lu~sud Of billion, f
al outcry from all labor. alen will run through the first half bill, which covers 10 per ea but the effect would be the same. b
Justie. Dep. O August In the final weeks bills federally financed projea. All three of theee measures
A arently the Juwicl lDept, W be ralnins down laser than you !would thro th bu,,et t o...
have also been l.ok.. g nt can keep trac, of them. That's the The President would like to get of balance, t increase ebe fourth o
o cal contributions of t CO way it sways has been and prob,-C.o gr and Johu Day authorized debt and so make the Repuian
Itself bl h r by always will be. basis of having state and fiscal reord look bad..
., o .ocal interests share construction
is n ot commenting on further President Eisenhower's 14 meas. and operating easts. The idea ls Perhaps the moat efftive
plens, nor willrt map whether ureswon hich .be want conthat ju.t a maple of thm w eking of-the Pres 's,
there are other grand juries aren't exactly a "must" partnerip power prejets could gram h beeadoneas m
federal attorneys looonhng IntOflist. Legislative pposals now be sart they woa set a pattern reserves plan-which the Psid't
labor's political expenditures before Congress won't die with the for more. considers vital-and the aid to
other states. o nd of this first session. Th.y'll education and hooI uoateuec ..btta. .. eary over for motion next year. There ls even some evidence that b-lls. -
tong ReBladl ps.. T hle:has been one of the fa c remsS a orts a ve de. Rep Ad qama U ton P (
lterlel m utofthirwa ryiwe mhm h

department for a aull p obs. a slowdown this eaii is aw i to sabotage the P4 iseegiaUdmet o
t as Sam Goldwyn said-stenTherabee plent of evidence dent proa. mmSg
the atomic bomb be reful boli parties of a desire to wait he -President nor the Madete S
there's dynamite nI. Te In bawe recorduinMe, an. s wt nw o th maett tsonh
Do is kW Oeft the ~ atin Inib asr
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merit, e cold waS smatesdd o fl ot" re
seem to be break Ig p a bit anrcd 'v hbffer thnkkI hr a e -
whe we needto encoura e t toi r.Smyo

Mr. Josuamond pnrmoses thatl .A
oincet United s ates was found. -w ae htb e
ed b y a Declaration of ndeen. h e to Washinton,
an m mada a 'lgciarst yin of Indcauf ,rvandtal, e th ge-
m r --e-e-.e--, a 'staevment rec-mfiuver f au--m. ........
onzing the fact that we have lsomet- -u,
grown while the world has tlrunon

wIent an n ieedt ncouae the eta I e
Tha I er dplatl fye Of a ineaf- t e m ado.t tmore, w.

ati tm l ma se t, b furi ous adebver ta eus
Ma wdlfrstehy ie' f.o eis.o ba tAmore.

Th100 e United 8WNIw&Iheotdl
iod Ua nl tenstHM orwI. ret w he he lae.Ia diWaehie
.or a w.... e ar tan eand hufi te u r en d ta toe
Th w'orl a r a .uiet eareep l. e tima.a n ore,
Bolf ac t thatoe havel 1n .

e mffroady t elac Det.or Ally en upso the
dME. s Smthe worl hfor his congression t asl com e to el-

rin thtimpne ohbFvlet u s a 1 lser as on al. iMtes sigene pr.
andd, in who hda pre .enatlr ntSeOWys. hos t. s"

hre o a bi ae, busyc -y to pro. -Ne oacout. o"o s .e.atines
Yesrring words ef July 4, ths geJ
uote s help to Insirae u,, an 'reres ol reoln ae Po use -
rel a awr all e eal. one setn,.p a I Vo&Wt
M es, o -b d.,a tTAhe w or wle'ONsl. onal oa illatke."p%

moe. ac h id the ei r e t ofpve.e ,- v
"tin-0 -- -'to ch ck CWA s .b and ohIte.
T lh m merIl- rm. t: remarked p ately that eo lr

Worth Star vegaa an
issigament to m vao to
(o out and write aix columns a
Evans worked for and with
Carter for a long time, eventually
ook ever a paper of his own, the
Nashville Teneseun. Tog- er
hey organid American Airines,
hiZch became the greatest in t
world, wi more passenger traf.
ic than the Pennsylvania Rail.
Sometimes they differed pWhlg-
ally. but always they admired
mnd respected each other.
The other day in Forth Worth,
Lmon Carter died. Sullim vRans
went to his funeral. There Evans
offered a heart ttack nd went
o Join s ld fried and boss.
Thus passed on a pair unique
a American JouraMlism Amon
artery was bestnown for il
Ive "aona hats to
trs. 3bwas "Mr. Worth."
re built up that city, ave it t&
et airport in the U.., made
he rivalry between Dallas and
'ort Worth a very personal
But not all that A"mn Carter
id. got into the newspap" s When
Soane the Frnd Train
e queygave4 carlads of
our whith Is a L M I rem-
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44.5 cet of
thole- eed. otlleved- the. Ei-
hwr administration bhad done
agWd-job. rnght months later,
44. :cent thought 10; last May,
the-f Ire rose to 50.4 per cent.

Irish Natlonallsts

R I OOrangemen

tay it two bridges on
Souiae ehoeM for a northern
rish prde commemor4t the
5th eru f0ry of the att
of a ."
p:oadnm dustroypd ope of the
brided aAd ripped a sx foot
ida-le in the seqo b9forn
dawn ina violent NStioult. t
orolt .g t, the s Orange-e
OWes 'was scheduled for
tahkl t, e-July 12
victory t .King WVaim. the
Tht4 OveT'the force C.tholic
oaB Ja 1a.teBecond 1W.
Mderal etuadmd p[llee ret -
forefAtg, aliduding pecially
A. Polk msanan "

inads au4 IteU Ifr IIOnaH^
w "d&patlm WUqe,-W ,i I
nRthern Ireland. .- I
about 40 mile south east of e-
netmhern Ield. t1 to _y d
tiat st a.,nd Iis he e-geD S
yea olL.: ome: Incident .t l
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;scaMns IdaStd on making
'*^*PIbe FWar of Maior
Jueimon.* .'a-storwy a stern
Atiny amers humoious strug-
SI as t rumingl a boys' milttary
S bas_ govd a bit in pre.

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L* es 2 eg S a1 l and a younger woqa, men-
i6 P*as 3 Pass tion the OWer womina name
I Pi l s ~s, i first. "Mru. Older I'd like you to
149 P ON PA know Mrs. younger."
SB t when the person ionu are
Introducing are only a few years
How woulI you play today's ken in rst whih name p taupe
hane at a cOntract 01 four ? b ear? fst sot important
Absune'that each piAyer tan see
only him owq hand and the dummy.
When the hand was actually
played In the. recmntt. VanderbUt
Cup tournament, the declarer at
the first tpble won the first tries
and hastly cashed two 9ther top
spades in order to discard dUni-
my's ilen glub. Then be leu
Wefst.fmk the maee nf dianmmdat

aw- i ]mp 7 -b M. a- M
SAtm h-otor-abol Jobn Craw.
ford wak deplarer. Johnny saw he
line of plyb already described, but
Johnny prefers to rely on human
natureHe won the first trick with
the ace of spades, and immedIaoly
returned his singleton diamond.
' West stepped Up with the ace of
diamonds and considered his next
play. There% didn't seem to be any
urgency about leading dubs. After
all, declarer had already h is
chance to discard dummy's single.
ton club and he hadn't done it.
Hence it never entered West's
mind that South. had three top
West couldn't see any ood
active defense, so he adopted the
passive defense of leading another
spade. Now. Crawford could afford
to comeout fom behind the bush.
es by taking the top spades
and discarding the singleton clul-
from the dummy. He continued
with the ace of -trumps and a
low trumpl The defenders could
take their two trump tricks, but
dummy waswaen good for the rest
of the -trieks.

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06 Use i -uen.l duck chti nB tki range
e R. Staudw heep and wool
spec At cs A M Collen at State College, N.M,
Mbp.t,. above. Last winter he cob-
fd ranchnear cino, N.M. Result
shoed, 4m the jacket-wearing animals con-
lk_ zou, pounds each Iss dirt thanthe "bare"
Sto dfrt results in lower shipping charges be-
aem a r based on gross weight; lower shearing
charges crews demand bonumea for shbearing excessively





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With the m iAIANTIEE,. and with inner covers of unblea
calico, strong OUTE cover and ZIPPERS for easy removal!
100% Guasni Purte Natural WHITE Latex (and only FI11
(MQUALITY no "seconds" and no grey foam rubber).

Twin bed sise ....... $45.00
Double bed sie .... 65.00

Phone 2.0324 Boa.
Cathedral Plase (around
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contractors and engineers, is putting the last touch on your ew.
store, Sears, Roebuck, S.A. Thousands of items are being plmd .I
on shelves and in display windows. Every one of the spaciourfloors
of the building is buzzing with activity... Hundreds of Pant". ian
employes have taken over their new home w d are ready to rve
you intelligently, respectfully and quickly...

We hope sincerely that you will shop both with greater f
and with greater savings... Nearer your home... so that yerW,
have to make those bothersome downtown trips oa congst' s-

Your new store is founded on the basis of mutuaia.IM
ing derived from experience... Friendship for the popl. e
Isthmus... and on concrete facts brought to light by aci s -
vey. Sears, RoebOck, S. A, is the latest word In treads ad g s
...and we hope to serve the pabic as the public desert a ,

All our stock is first-class-as modern and as new as the beli-.
ing which houses it. We carry no second-class or lulerdmas
Items, because we know such goods could never satisfy yeo.

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In Little Girl's Murder Case

MIAMI July 13 (UP) A ma roAm i ea s MIapNd.
so mcnily retarded police doubt je slayl ofap key N
he eou ever be brought to trial r thi i.llrdil h
was held co "circumstantial evi. her's trousers M eagi er a-
dence" today in connection withway it the ca..
the kidnap.aving of seven-year. Police samUi had been
ohl Judit Ann Roberts, wbichl ruled by s o D itrt as
ha baffled authorities for morel"dUl l normal,' hrt. ett4 lfty
tn a year. 'f an lI o, 2e g "g
* police declined to say amuC: a.f When Michatla d- fave years
bout the case but. dielosed toLp eo, bis fthe di j thot .b
Raphaci Nachalia, alias oa rt was sent to a. 4te Bi
Bronn, would be taken to the tLl at Lincoln. IU.1
scope oo the crimo.-a wooded Twenty-four yeo-hie. vNM
roedside area-this week after eahe Wag M, he Wsl-_ lW t
aconds series of psychiatric eXal- cUstory old a florist who had a
jtian. hpP ner the hospital.
,Ie suspect is a childlike rman achaelia's sister. Mrs. Jos e
3 ,o bha spent 14 of his 31 years Rubaleaba of Cmlaae. said he Jft.
a piental oatitution rpd spends I for Florida be.oise he felt un-
uch of his time readmg ePnli loved and desert as a result of
icks and borrow magazines. not being returned to his owna
Machlleae, rad-faced and with family.
Being, unhlen c yef, was se i e He said be change o jp name
sy. a t, year and Iwo das aft. to 1obert Brown betuilub "aY.-
e the slaying as he knelt prny- cr had any luck with the other
;g beside the little girl's rave name."
esp eoy the strription on her Police traced Machalica's move.
eb stone. Cemetery of als ments lnce he easme here two
led police a ? ter Machaica: yeas ago. He apparently kel'.t
ke d ti way to Judy's grave. himself. eolUating strange od .
Dectlives afied him if he were and ends to amube himself and
Snera the b .pltrs.ry of her reading comic books and horror
l1th.Msaebalile quickly correct- magazines, police said.
them, saying, -'.She died on Ju- Capt. Chester Eldredge, hemi.
Uk h." .ide chief, said after question uig
'MahalleS was taken on the el. Meahanlca that 'it looks good .-
It jaiL Nu charges had been filed very good-to me." But he added
I*imit him. that "even if we could prove the
-Police would not say if he had case against him, there is little
I ade any admission. When quest. likelihood he will ever be brought
toned just after the child's slay. to trial because of bhi m en n al
ig, however, he said he was in- coditiom,"
1He claimed he was at his job
Sa local country club, but rec. r
ta:s a loal country club was losed v m -/
night Judy was carried from
Nor grandparents' home, bet a, c
attacked and slain.,IY e ComlMdm
SJudy and her family bad eo~e,
.ere from theirS alm re o Vo e To Retors
ti visit hw grandparept, .1 Tli
Her father was out e bus imss
and Judy was p s.uws,.in Oe *lnit fJu1lynto

US My Gel Cheap

Nuclear FPower

Witldn 12 Years
Sformer Atomic Energy Copunlm
i offiqal predicts that if finan.
Il esl obte can be overcome,
tM United States may be within
r ch of cheap nuclear power ,n
1* years. .
But Frederick H. Wairen, for-
rM Alrl Ml" v 1neHtmnr f afCm.

g E1sa uaw o ut a. mugLM* n-
a Incentive for buildingatomic i
ter plants.
warren. now an executive wth
neral Dynamics Corp.,.- sae
remarks in the July Issue-of

tract Afnoc. Re
Mly directed a survey of the n
ir power potential m the Unit-
P5 ths. tu e rw Wl rr*ed
&a, construction of'private
mic industrial facilities wl be
water than the government ever
SdpIe i say gilpupr private
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t g Unlivity yesterday gave
an -evrOS mlng vote of confi-
dence to the university's rector
and directors, who resigned In
protest against the appointment
of a pightwing and allegedly
neo-Nazi as Lower Saxony Cul-|
tun' Minister.
The faculty re-elected Prof.
mlg Weaginann as rector and
the full board of directors. They
rwlsned and Oottltare Unl-
vat ty satdet struck lair
month over the appoluntmnt of
Leonhard Schlueter as Culture
Milniter. Sehlutei h a a since

ua beeo o n
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i .S j,,. John. .McCoy, of 9i"ndo, Floria, a.-
n e t W! xenet of heir aUlgh i Mary ,Ann, to Mr.
Dnl i o hlek, Jr., son of Mr. sad Mrs. Daniel S.
p "N #itl- pole, Maaschusett.
Mias MCoy, a former resident
of the Canal "oae, is a graduate Bhipping Man -Leave
or Balboa High bchoo a n d 61 Capt. Juan Sanhes, p neral su-
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, pervisor for the Flbta&Mervante
Pennsylvania. She is employed as Gran Colombia S. A. left last t
a teacher of languages at Wood- night after a four-day inspection
bury Hign Schooz, Wuodbury, New trip here.
.ersey. --
Mr. Pozaick-was graduated Miss Marsh Returns
from Tufts Universtllty, Medford, To Coco tale Hospital
Massachusetti, and is a obemical Miss Elizabeth -Marsh, of Coco
engineer wito E. 1 duPont de Ne- Solo Hospital has returned from
mours a.d Company, Gibbstown, the States, where she has been
hew Jeir y- .. on extended leave to attend West-
'the addn will take pace in ern Resave Universtty, in order
WooabUWy. N1.trsey, Au- to do liu0e work' n. Public
gust. Health N*_AI p R Hospital Ad-
-I-' i l rminiltrao ,' w
AlR a7os'us During ttiUme ahe resided I
Mr. aind Mrs Atti o elford *eunderthe dir
Ion have e0b Witlal"T'e S~as Roseo

Z3 UU Mrs. Steh tass Ent ,alsu 'fl d e t i cities 1of
Balboa Catr si ar .He laA been recorded
Mrs. Connie Stephens was host- Miss Mar e"n a color movie i
ess to the Balboa Woman's Card subject, which will be used
group on Thursday at her coun- show other communities the
try home. cess of this experiment.
A most delicious dessert was Summer Recreation Students
served to the following gusts'and Ejoay lpedlIMn *
members: To Semnd Gardens
The five to eight ytar old
Mesdames Ted Drysdale, Marie dents of teBalboa Summer
Wentzel, Janice Jammeseon, Ge- reaction program enjoyed two
neviv Curb, Virginia Beloy, Lola cent trips to summit Experimi
Van How, Louise TarfliXger Gardens. :
Maude QC icard, Blu 0351 Twogroups of students, 1
ing, RutESfrnSwtIv laf fE h0, M toqk*pan in
Helen !Iett; l 1Chrtie t S wh1 wer en the lint ph
Smiley sDaon, MuAry orton, Con- of a. special events area in
nie Stephens, Loase Merchant, summer program.
and John Powers, House guest of i While at the gardens he
Mr. Stephept. drin enjoyed hiking, and use
T- .- the playground fieilitils and
Ten Chuld Waleoed freahmntt The trips were.
By Consul of weden ducted in the mornings from
The Casul General of Sweden
smi. Mrs Ps1An Awal T..ansi ..mna

PDirt -the sel'
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tonal aetv Mea coadueted at' the
Balboa Gystiua m.

ly 39 at. the ilboa Gymnasiu:
Thes will ive the chilMun a chance
t display their treasured posses-,

Mise DavUMse Spending
Summer With Parents
. Amen the tdentis who have
return to the Ilthmus for tlhe
summer hoUlday i Miss Missa
Davidson who is enjoying a vaca-
tion with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P Davldson o the., 15th
Naval Xitrict.
In the fall she will resume her
Mtudles at Freyeberg Academy In
Amsbassad IReturn
Fromee Vatkn Pest
The Ambassador of Panama to
the Hoy See and Mrs. Enrique Ish-

D F w o i urgae ualls
= 1 .t %nG UM Ib-eria
M1. ho s d Df or Islac=
husband. Dr. JUMT-w .;
Mrs. Townaead -e tautsi a Misic w b lU by ti
eeektails on Sunday St;ir Gol Natuoal y Orchel
Heights home'.- with Mr.. S o Catro as
conductor. '
Nmulreys Aoeman Tlekts wit-be on sale at the
Daughter' Birth box offlgf tfthe fltional Thea-
. Mr.., nd Mr. W. Numplpreysp tr. 4-
of Brazoes eights aneumnce the Reservauma can be made bir
birth of a daughter. Catherwine caag the box office at Pasama,
Theresa. on Monday at Coco Solo -a5o or the School eof the Dance
HosDital. at 2-277.
Mrs. Grace Seanlon of New -
York is the baby's maternal
grandmother; her paternal grand- parents areMr. and Mrs. Wllia
A. Humphrey's of Soub Amboy,

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:very lrt spoonful! The secret i an ld sad treMuaw -
mntlwmsepe. Pietifaolloelee A met...trift -
Tedt mutoee... uffy ibhite rke.. cuts of tender
green okra all are mingled In golde.-rich chiokes
stock and seaponed to per-
lfection. Serve Campbell's
Qbicken Gumbo soon/

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FORMFIT WEEK continues at


Offering a new experience in
comfort and figure beauty!

See them all...

Life Remence

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* Gey.Life; etc.

Full skirt or slim skirt jacket,
blouse or sweater... shirtwalst or
strapless gown... itt is wht you put
on first that adds the finishing touch!

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your entire wardrobe...
To put you at your lovantit-.
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Of Margarila
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Geddie of
Mahgasita have announced the
birth last Thunaday at Coco Solo-
Hospital of a. son, Robin Frank.
The baby's paternal grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
Taylor of Cristobal; maternalI
randparents are Mr. ant Mrs.
arvey M. Fellow of New Or-

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of technical study based awienat bdta.
its strucmue allow it to witiatand mkn clla
in all latitudes, from the pole to de wqutte.
Its watmr-resimtam Is a d by tUme bm
menmts: a g 64mw a a nem g,
a CeSd did. The combinatie of these
three features um an absaolusm tightd .
The "POLAROUTER" Is fitted with the
UNIVERSAL-GENtVEamu ssmatiscvm t,'
17-jeweled, shock-abMorbing, anti-ma .neti ,
high-precisionm. This is a Univeral-Oea've
wluiwve, mad h ms ama ptentd,

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Canal Zone Dental PolycUte
Dr. C, E. Fabrea OD.D.S.
Dr C. A. Ray DJ .8.
Denue-brid e wot-l' braWel
Gepmcl Pncdcn.
Tivoli 0t1 o1 Jolu) AV. e, nSIA*

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Phone Ianama !-0552
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*r5,$5,15 Z an 4114 of*er

FOR SALI: 1954 Mercuy"
Seioni Wgion. Brond nw 13S9
Fod Station W-on. Balboa 2-
FOR SALE:-$450 credit onm
* Chevroet, O Sell for $1400. Phone 2-3450.

FOR IALE->194 Chevrolet 4-
dew N-oAir. radio w/s/w
$1400. Phone 2-4454.

FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
KWortop, redo. towfd irst, duty
paid $750. Mus en before July
20. BRUNO, Navy 3795. For
Fan Rede.


WANTED:- Maid for seeking.
washing and irning. Mus have
refemeet wd dleep in. Eusable
A. Morles Ave, .No. 5. Apt. I.
Phone 3-370Q.
WANTED:- lExpeienced cook.
0o*d salary. Federlse eyd NM.

huel* d' kmliwings, including
baby fumltkeo and s uematwt.
washed Cs*Bl-.4401 ltwMMsM
and avipivt.. M" us at Cafw
ifomran iBilding, 49t Street No.
13. Apt. S.

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Ph 1816 Celtt.


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speak Spflbh Pad lnmR". B
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Assilsam gieWd. A JeW
dom Tmiel, CenOwO 7"N

GrIlch'i Santa mm Clamr bck
Co(f., Modrn convowaerJK
motato rates. Phme Gaumboas

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Shrapnel's funbled uM s
baMeh at Sana Clar. Telephne
Thompson. Ialk 1772.

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FOR RENT:-Fumeluod 2-hbd.
mrm apartment, gr nd fleer,
eel, $75. 43Ord mret # 1-91.
'FOR RENT:- Apartmet, 13th
Street No. 16. Vis FwHI I.
sphoen 3-2457.
FOR RENT:-Modm duplex a.
ortmOnt, upp erfw m Pb
row". 2 Ath a; 4G er,
dinisl @nd living trem c-mbhlo
tion, large kitchen, aid's room
and serice, lhndr Sectieo,
watchmen and carstaukr mervce.
ReflnW given to familoam
without miner children. lked-
lent location. Caml ,"Ai WU.
Phone, after 4 p.m., eNam- 3 '

MFOR SALE.--Cusm m-dq Ud t
blood@ medew a -ny fllar-
Nore, aonlslor of complteO
Sine mom. dinalasin mn. bd-
room and-kithen. I9oo luck
Supr Rivier, Dynflow, radio,
fully ouiplOed. AN in- eceltilnt
condition. Call between 12 and
3 p.m., 3-2739.

BOats & Motors
FOR SALK--14.ft. beet mer-
iR4 1 dcelde $95; flebt boat
t1il16 $ $0; Me gr yhpr 10
and lite 1 Spe dr UIR@S and
$240. xeellteat endefton. A-
INATHY, *- a l s. .treMt
Notpl 9 Panama. Phon 3-0264.
FOR SALl:-Nsw 154-fW beat.
874 Moran Amdue. Balboa
1588 eR 1 3002.

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Aurmt 15 on, b*n (fumislod
r pira y furnished, in eod won.
trml eulily. Must ibw large
onehad sorrier& mas dt lait 2
bedroomsi wed servent't qnr-
frs. Admit fmaiily. Phoe. 3-
WANTr TO RINT!-3--bd.
mn, wifumidd bene for Aun-
gust 1, by North Amrses uem.
poy 'mlwgr. Pheme Panama
3-5440 fm Momday 94 p.m.

FOR SAL:n.-Roefrigoestor Wat-
inghowM 9 ft. ft.. axneeller
condition. Also lo mrs 41 I
eark rmen pointed 34%/s"x-
481,2" a ppm., vottka l *dji-
Ing roWs. May be seen ony time
194-8 G6ton. Phone 5-.351.
FOR SALE:--ElectricWows. Poo-
Ho Nuevo. Charco n pirit". 23rd
Str"t No. 4380-B, Mrs. James.
FCR SA' E:-Leaving. Sacrifice:
double bed, bookcaseM. kelued-.
b|erd. 2 ni.hl tllWas. 3 me'al
dresscre modernissil. Phone 2-
4336, 2-1595. 0592.A -yens
FOR SALIE-Proisl irv.a wome-
tic washing machine 6O-cyler,
praetically nw, pris $290. Can
be seen at Quartersn R17G,
FOR SAL: Nkoly fummited
twlbedre ehallef near Heoel
El nmeo Plhwe .-6074.


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SSteward, McNally Of NFFE

iMichael E. Markwood haa been Corps, Materiel Command," and
" eted Natioal president of the Is a member of Local iN, Bal-
ational Federation of tiaore, Md.
toS7!; aos k e Wl in Wa.b
Id ; i 'lcUlau to. D. C.o... ...

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* Match-Stlek Bambeoo
'* Vaelle& B~ada
.0 Travers Ourtais -
* ia or Wood Saloaldes
Call 2-30a or .S-494
astinatm Given Without
Ditributed by
er ductos de Madero, S.A.

Sottish Mother,
Children Drown
ONDON, July 12 (UP) -Aa. 33-
oir;Wd Scottish mother, her six
a children and her niece were
fomnd dreamed today off a beach
Northern Scotland in British
.wrt wave tragedy.
tAufhrities said Mr s. kIsobe'l
Maeldtosh and the seven chl-
,- i.agted two to 12, had waed
~ an offshore sandbank dur-
V E'eMr tide Sunday in the Moray
F* ~ th~ Mar Nairn.

% .: *.b ly
*. **M m blow in as the tide rose
.=tIeured the beach. Mra.
]Maonh, tryingto herd the
7 to shore, apparently led
the wrong way ma the deep-
d water.
9 %hir bodies were found, one by

Sto get in touch with
2Lb Please call PaHn-
3-4134 at your conve-
*' ir .',*' ntence.

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ab st wam & IL
ajIS Armoun AVf mS ft.


cm.. Aws 0

Ruhel hi w*,
Apngma IntniMaL do Publiloione
a Gsood Av
assess se^B~aso soh-i

SaMer, nsm"

.FOR SALEI--fish teislu, tmp-
KM< fih. Flrm, lihs. oseceb
and ccenriedes. Call 86-7141.

FOR RENT: Moderm nfur-
*ished w-eed pnr--st, pr-
Ilr, dining room. 2 bedMllms.
maid's reom, 2 i aths. porch,
rome. $110 at II Canogrei0
Street N eo e2. o D Castre:
Ave. I # 9.42. Phone 2-1616
FOR RENT.- Fawmlhed apart-
etot. For information esll 3-
FOR RENT:- Fumlhed spert-
met. Vie Perms 99, Phone 3-

FOR RlNT.-Nice furnislhed -
it-met: two bedrooem with
chent; vnaTnues windows. hbt
and cold water.e nfldgter,.
ma prch Amrimp e pfer-
d. Call 3-4976. Hohe 27.
4Sorl Strhet. ____

PeaR MT.. -b-el Peril
meat, iupilef okbbid 4r Rt. :'
29 lne Shrite No 9, PaSumia

Dr, Lee S. Gonr e

A r es I P ma

To Talk Asstace
Dr. Lee 8. Greene, head of the
Department of political Science
of the University of Tennessee,
arrived in Panama lad night to
confer with Panama government
and University of Panama offi-
cials feto d the extension of
technie aslistance here in the
field of Vublic administration.
During hti visit here Dr.
Greene will apeak at the Uni-
versity on "The Improvements
of State and Municipal Govern-
mert in Tennessee." The confer-
ene which is open to the pub-
lik. will take place at the audi-
torium of the university tomor-
rVw at 8 pja. He will ptkrk in
The program of technical as-
sistance in ublie admInIStra-
tion' ga hee In 1952, under
th supervision of Dr. Robert 8.
Avery also of the.UnIvera ty of
T rnis Wee. no* at the point
of' jher .xpnson and deyel-
&A w known aubor of books
ad rtele on uadminis-
traotoa, oreene'Vs ebo the dl-
reatr of the Baure --of Public
AdM ltrti at the 1alversity
of. 6ese;, chairman of the
Prgam in P! t Aa-
tft; past r of th -
ut the bagrilM o taf

or Milr o f, a

FOR RENT:-22-h4 1m fur-
nishd mverm -sfmsn, sit-
ting Mon, peeik, disae eem,
klhan nd -e W & 46h St.
No. 42. CIll 3-142.

FOR RINT- Furnished chalets,
3 bedroom. Jose Febrene Ave-
ne@ No. 14 iPaaudosn).

y ..
AU Conditioned studio 1e0e it 1
anweee I s., to t U p
clarm ool I *ml. .m "12 so
Tel. 8-1- es 2-4S19 or Fna l

I .

WANTDM-Unfralshed shahlt,
2 or h adem e porch.
M. ,AlkggV Comeile, Rel-
et, Plope 3-4020.

W* .W"

its UBinHUB Uln in 3*<*
no /mDC J..q us w,. ..
Henry 0. Nolds. will at the
sime time take offlee-ac Secre-
ta'y treasurer of the National
ora tion, rep Gin' Ser-
tude M. McNtlly, who is retir-
it from office at the s'me
Joint statements were Issued
by the incoming and. outgoing
Markwood and Nelda said:
"At any time. under any cir-
cumstances, election to the of-
feies of President and Secretary
Treasurer of the National Fed-
eration of Federal Employes
would be a high honor.
"But to succeed Luther C.
Steward and Gertrude LM. Me-
Nally Is both,- a unique privi-
lee and a profound responsi-
bllity as well.
"They have built N. t '
anization. Its foundation stones
are integrity, leadership, Bccp.n
pllshment, service. At the Same
time they have developed a
highly competent N a t i o n
Headquarters staff, fully vered
and long experienced in the
many complex duties and func-
tions of the organization.
"We bespeak the cooperation
of every member eme as we o for-
eward in our tasks.
"Let us prove ourselves, all of
us, worthy of the heritage which
is ours in the National Fedora-
tion of Federal Employes. in so
doing, we hall pay the beat and
most lasting tribute to Luther
Steward and Gertrude McNaely."
Both Markwood and Nolda
have been long time federal ca.
reer employes. They have long
been active in NTTs affairs, and
are widely known to members of
the organization throughout the
Markwooe d will p omentlarly
be remembered by members of
Local A5 due to big vMt to the
Isthmus n January of 10.I
nHe eoted sn exeeredt tm-
prsailon bore, and losal N
members are particularly hap-
py to have a national Irn -
desr who is familiar with to-.
Cal conditions.
The statement issued n.b the
retiring otflcr._stteu" ,- d
JUNO, follows..' .,
'We are confident ^tatOte
dft arkvood. u and r
-tRer Noldat will x Wgv.#
on .lete cooperation of theded-A
heated men ahd women who "ve
been iespnsifte f orpu e
complMaIcnts and l = -."d
their ledersp, the atina
Federation of Federal 'm-l--
WMl -Move onward to xma
g et er triu m ph s '." *.:
MXrkwood *a. born
Maaw, Oryland an
2T. 1914. He enteredthq.
Service In 1I11.He
Muah and Widtfe
IoUS aP s anda

tauW6AW in Wtefat^ Kfl
UW Volus~t E J-,7

so 11"

ism Mnse era is m"e

"i w w a ssfm = f ii's
**Menmeet embes_ -Md sey tap -i

Crtealqr Col Rotr R
Us" tray TIJ Week
'lls weeg a meedng ow the Cris-
tobal-Colon Rotary Club will be
held at toe Strangers utob on Fri-
day. Reason for thls change from
t-l regularr ltursaay scaaule is
that htlursday i sastaie Day and
mayg promment Rotarians have
been invite to attend tuse official
French celebrationss.
Also, the Club had oriainpay
planned lor me meeting t es1
week to be deicated 0o the
Reach Independene- Day.
Tanks to thi postponement from
'thu sday to Friday. This* will e
Guest Speaker at the Friday
eet ing wul be toe FAch Am-
bassadur to Panama, H xe&-
lency Lionel Vasle.

*WrdWAr I, *hj nwt
t Veterans urau ad u Vter-
ans Admia SO ration dht up to
the present He has been a mem*.
ber of Local No. 2, N.F.TJA,
Washingtoxn, D.C., since 1919. Heo
14 President of his local and a
National' Vice President of
steward was one-'f the or
anIlers of the NF n la 1917.
me has done a tremeasdo job,
and built mn admirable reu-
tation for kiusel la Wiashast.
tea .
He is well and favorably
known to all members of the
Congress who have ahythift to
do with activities connected with
Federal Employea.
After World -War II, when
General,_ Macrthur wu asetting
up a civilian government organ-
Iamuon to run Japan. SteWard
waW called upon to assist in set-
tini up the Japanese civil serv-
lee Organisxtion.
MUs MeNatly has been a
National Officer of the ONMT
for more tha 35e yea. en
has beena a rtronr and guiding
hand to any Joni otffieen.
The independent -T I.t t Io"
lFedera~tion Of. yederal. Brptoye
I the oldeat anda ret general
organisation of pubU c employes
in the United tates.
It has loeab in all of the- 48
States, the District of Columbia,
the caMIl 20!ki Alaska, Torri-i
tory of HwMl, other terMtoeres
and posseapigns as well -as. at
numerous foreign posts and. sta-


- thftcunudhw Womwa, C I Ub
Card Group. iSU ad tsewi#
Group wi- int tomro *t5 ii
a.m. at daw sidenee olf Ma.
Virginia .A- m ph i
Coffee MAd ifmtnnaluu MWl bef
served. .
Mrs. Aaa,^BiWht and Mr" .
Annabetll app w bt cohstss

Jamb. 2vw.
lu regtowga$7
o The U Ite"an LA B
ry Unk .. MtSd at 7.

Thereaha o owa. n
nuget W- .fif A
gu s st~ w? -SW .: 41,



oboe notify
Oam of the fdUOWq hostessesI
to eq oday: M. C. O.
frake, t. 0R F.
S Hague t

abfba w No. X, Oer
Of the Rdaifb for CIlrt wMl hold
a regular meeti0 a TursndaY, at
the Crotoo MasIMei TePleb. at
7 pa..
Thi wt. be ianorlmee
M ear bIusJes, ame
la"'M wtn. W'Ctly Adviser,
AJ minims S t and MeBOOM

Aaz iS^]p" 4-

A Ptgmio Brought to Reality by ackard

Clipper Panoanma dCipper Constellation -Ha ITop
Clipper Custom Clipper pr Foru .
Packard Patrician or the Elegant Four Hundr


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=ea'th Chureh of ,Gode in

"Tte a. will include dals-
emmloQt^lteation*r. -all
.. .and soeiallx-
Qdu.l'ti, a tak by
Louis ] Gtmann, aidmission of
restated ad new members,
payment of funds to the benefi-
clariles .ot the late Richard Da-
vla, and 0. ? ott and recetv-
Ingor: Cbrkom thrift savings



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:.dE~cklrPdl~~ur to Uic"

Ceual Ave. (between Kodak
I nMinR & Fifth Ave. Store).


With Packard's exc e Torion Lel Ridei

egrer inovation M- the


Express Your Persol. ity With

of the-.F a usly

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The Custom Built Caribbean Conve rtble

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.,OT* "Bl.AC lUt--DAY ''V '$ O BAGD..D" ...'. .e. *A..i. .
A f -,''; -lt.- "BLACK tUESDAY"- "VEILS OP-BAGDAD .- D* :i- -oo- :i
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C ancellat Oi.o O n-y 4es0 ..
,Can,. Dixonmateiised

ro cfe Orderd By President !r A Fina
12 fI-I) -uut avdidne delay." san...
WAWM .opSN, July 1 (UP)- TVA power now goiln to atomic neOw to start pr paring plans for But he said he Is not. In wtou membn accus h4- dred tCon
Preuient 3lSA fower ruered the enera plants. tue plant wi thin t e next days. tail and "we are b a' iatrat of beale a
A MI a g overmneat yesterity to lae un- The administration worked out The city, he 'added, plan. to plant re gritiles t in umigWlm .' t to th.Tr
coke b .b 25 Extract 5it Get a s m.alae i teps to cancel ta e co- the pronal sian alternative to commit about million dollars tor He sai Memph wlnot re- tele of las year it -?
... ~jd juice trevriat np-v ate pri va letAg A build mo t ea m preliminary planning wet). He quire any federal elp I e proj, ltB a finds. if Co, u
tiN'i^ ld^' J 'w in fi itoba power contract. plants to expand ift own eapai said Memphis alo will press a- eat. ehbargep f flancial 'lfi l.l- .
L.~^^- ... "s" If lak mimclg 41e blet executive acted short- ty. Memphis was the ke to t head with the search for a site 1 10 -0" was Iv -eled-t1HouR -S I m
It' i FWaII mad-. load Ciwus 1 a*w receiving persomena ar- pan asswc-it would IavI recelved Id plan; tor en. bouds to 1. debate, p Vwu
il "*..s. .- .?.1tala.. "."4.,m nce .or r .ayu an the ll' share o ;f .en the project., OL o ,....r. riin
.)Mempi t1at Iln 'xeal4See eratedh-b' p lat" Pnt aobema it It Is hoped the plant sh thAroexlaplBanColt
Sbv should Rbe u29Rusipp Icy i caiiy wu tuil a mwu lpal plant Bro ell said the Justicebe an be in operation "Bo later than te. I out aw Sop.
i; I t'3* .fe n3. 1fl blgian .4ff=MW to suppy its own power neesa. apartment will oe. t ,medi. ulo, t 19M" ig 0,.= e from P -de .
M wmewife "l* at sF"prt 4WnmI Atty. uen. He~oe .Arownet., ately with officials of the private The mayor earlier met with T wS yy Ps Mwr request. I NEW YORK, July (U) -
Rlh mfs sPa rince4g o R ve announced the Pre ent's dec- wr combine to forrar Browne for about 45 alues. Four separate fore fires
St a -- Mlakebmnaer r gr. p MaehInists oan at rlef news conference. termination of the ont act. .. i. Itwere A Chairman t f It A Jh n Jut.-before the debate be the utoibetroln.v
v 4 Gaell conie wanted uafil (ab.1 Brownel conferred with obey, The cabinet offlelal- a id he Herbert I. VNo a. M j. oms I ied _alistration ast ditch onse t
'S~I.'t _earner and then accompanied hm could not predict how quickly the Alien=, 'yao Power. Board efurttoia made tal igc olorado, Wyoming afd
h rT EW | to toe White House to eI th1t contract can be terminated., But Chairma gU h Los ,.a nist HOLLYWOOD-(NEA'- Behnd Fran. aid chief told as. ,
a W e is e xeutve. he said it will be done "very ant attorney general and budget the Screen: Benny Goodman's 3. Stases laso the. outs would TN fifthed
Mrs-.n. seuoawer told a news quickly." chief RowlaMd.. Aues. All tackled a "Just fine with me" la. seriouslyy hamper" this count A See i 18
anerence last We ti at hie -Jdi furth, study B w then went to te White HMouse ex- bel n s-I' choice of Steve Al- efforts to build free world e t ofd
i would cea n at .he tact which ell also wastunayle to sa hath. c ugh. len o- I M.filr m lography, "The ,al r t s to build fire 1o 0 firfn t erm, Nat'-
e's ouaels oto f. r r the nabcella- o will sathe oe. m lai Memphis citizens Be- Goodman StorMy.' strength, Gua'O Tsnfr.s, n -'
so iSConBgre ss, raowmast sy"yT w*,ai not have to vote the mu- eve's a very shy guy off- But i ps. Otto Passma D-La t ire, in PrS
8, 1 phiaceuui and _walg bUl ti Ytesu nb ml Taionth icipal power plant. added hestag t," marvelsB enny, a iany,. refloor manager f' the bill, and National forest or Aro tna, .area
A .- ;Own power peant. Y, '.s- rait. a l inaf h o eI d*iont Inist" aon se Mr. Ei- ti J t hhnelf. John Taber RNY., rank Re.- d had ruined an estimated I.nW
trac w legally In force andltt he4ifilmstarceswwenBenbazsi
,, ,, ua7 j ow1R- I epy was "the only possible way of 10 and end in 1i38 with his C- aoup. ald ,the eammtie'o Mcie Bow forest west of
tme goverpent h ia Senata 0 ol brinnirg the matter to a close.- pearance, along with Harry Jmw wam ustifled la view of what tWey I mle, Wyo. had spad over 4,-
S 3 ly take steps to tor iuate the tte A tch horins it Hetfl._ow here at Voes levitation, and Gone Kru a, at Carn e leg e e the b aenpromise of th acre. olr ae i
Sed by cr Se. Albert Gore (D-Ten). an- Sw career. But the tudonita The Precott blae worst
a ,- e-a o l, -.o:- isiote nl .l r D te foe- h the could se a oequd in a They eaid nL Strdve Heulel for- mt' hiastWo, haH been
l s oars n to a c te a ate rd ed o n ly tfahwae "vel l ansilted tht d em first tricky end title which reads: m er as.aNimr.ea of thlary, el ta h e e t
Dadand.the.l ne orno alredyom on elsrtar"
._ Ltocoo tr.v ce an of a _10 7 Tl em r to o .) as ce r D t bp a fri tor the t award "Al This Is. No Melans-p thad fMtee Ot at n Itrle di e
5 buty fr -wardretl WEt ; te D U trs f^ ear- t seiteitli;f6 es
o r e lanwolhaefdU O" denot tac t onws aan noun, Ige ad ofok p Tetlcnrct Wei eWanma...Te. t e Odo,

-.r ma .ria ad-, asJ.. un"That'. fine," deadpeed Re- adA
,the Dixon SThe Wslu o am Lan r (Unsa "byari he ounetio" e'gfourboe He d l e sl yearteya mi I wr fl tn
Sfo." Co1n-.e .. .... -_ .whowr att acedry thea p"Sbn se tger ms t o the cityPei lookdln-t GoodmpowereGdman t s he .U thh fu ns w et iSmMer o 0 tbat le tb dibusaW
htnie h Ulet ewde n a.t ne a an onced'.. Itd ea Soie fTiemd seea coularne" lerg wa m Joers nd Rhae -" a antrthd to wmlai

ifep g|^.3 a R asK ab fwr frfred etrlgrm Tt se asry
ts 0 Mgg uowt tToofivaVego. yravr sagnlsymithewasIve.ohVeelhtopowltold b te-castingd neSt:i"~' sth Apl .I a.t n sa .-
hopi tediVo n-- lylsneshe d mter .m i ,ad..sby waltsr'hte h undertook "to ,fbevfoun ot yonr y.He. e fOn m Mwla h roth dIr t ast
LfnsOe ch lliam eur Lass hter(It-N.C. seVogel0ofto y meme o. steve o n Contleli dighth ua48811
tI!ItIOJEY! shanmCe rom asef "romci ty. lok salike Gmaee, thenstork yarS O Wfunds at eO UR p tC dn
0.Es .tc o eda a the saracphin h oy s ai d onKghi a clarinet. q n, e t 51 b creete Mads (
bro ught"- p e "qi n a ction," financeit h Iub Oa ', b Ocoberl. ShW) ofAhi6: 's w edt o5aPro v.-adffair

facetiDouaslyctat hMr.oatoeresign.Heao t.eI" tsfine "deadpnnedARe2A
4lI "t"*iI ica- i- 12 Vor e yTt~'t't1 m it 'Lei... CQmmittoasmd- ,i W .

p.dh-..I on ceIve d a _IunVogel of t d stroy i ..twen eed .d orwm
.e speand n hurtue ian d po. "'ue to t, w Ia likeStev c e .l mnl 'w t .oI0rgt,
come. up... ianothr t s.t ,toip Lu gh.a t admi.s He raIsfomaits e I ise "f Tsogh.i.

'g5*,^., D1 01 *m *,1,',,714" r* asTSR r oo.a-+VlriSobon oBits
...rscue.redi t foro "qed utio deko u" of anOtoberoh'swedtopJu t ha rr- ,......
Sen.e.aHUI :- h.a;ben finn-erwithwta t oAie it'alpltwr b ti a an d ta d -fo r a on .

Ors som go a^aSi ?s-Ytsad f &W tl M s.l t
753up f a,,, ... ...... t. ..,.red.inatt fis t ba.,,sueto.y a vice re ofr.o. Ith _t ,_ .t.n.hScaj.'
Algertig1'Wivte ,M. projesld prowiv Ts onhas bey forced to cancel "ryppro m"af i t" erl3 ,40 stag e to p h aieu ht s edon t heaumiotee cut iverange

03 -ahisMr oT o rrs hr l befre 4iwn thecTn.....ntrc thTep tor, to a mihiition olara t mwpmg ro .b Moe
sy Meg In-"Dams "mvIt bi ahice Profmteetingtwith hi won-to-be0as.m a .,0 00 76fl tI
&to re W a O Tt oe... b c x the reservat ion of ipue a"0 ,0 0 i ts"e- t ,0n l.
69sor that craft Iesfeatl plan.kadan sitaithoerri yuhaimsutow oi at e ot fores oT-
r abtalis, Jim Grbgoram Q- -Theenmonallnat is Neasona esth t irg retorfor1 theiarpsti ner-t Y@Linda Christianewon'tpbehseeing Wasson maid In a lettr toChair. -.,
:1"', or Vand.Oe W)moobeorathos we MemphihemansCl'senledecoisi-MonO, -
dhv ep-W later arran ued tht Duxon ieatew ter bus.serviee. It a bu T re Powe were aing aome Nout m* wtm
Cos t hey-rat e 308^ *to tigts.1or0 .1P ...wouldre"onaebowertWao"verythappy""whenosensorsfto.theo'...arian YearfandTTaoR r.Ty.brougntatri-h." I'eh_ e autor the mutiv 31 ,'h
w eek. erat .Ted Lewishascugames.aThey busyathethmpeecanetheiowborvnue.tNu'ie.etu -a ni t be b
fORT' wwirsrecsins.DaxnarseR woudP- Ou'radQQR GiRLfAE PREDBGdti?.;Stwith hflitCogiAsP nid t onOf
Lr, sM-----eg,-in"Dam---a- -m-(R19.)- -"e tMeywfuerponsibelinty:Gorria
Ts tnpa romace-R----oyat J Ioney most reasonTb A HthSin US"AtoRsoNd.Hemao Idstole;ht oi t oo l Cha S
iOn o 01.theviewGofhehltg-" bead dof te LaeCA J1rMemphis'2decisionI twoP1eons, back from
of 'Sou. Pae iic"t Cri, tiocsat two. a,-ve rCaroteat." TobeyhsaidheesuredMr. a t he. chat1c CongreWe ,s R1o SocilClub hdepltwL an..sarn a
Nomrd.t..rungtoset kdaThey.hadn't.seenIlaih.nsI dsenbower the city. oan and wthlenLeitchntnr. Help nk At first Ithoughtverb It.wa
un.MwE gbttunrewother ba two yuan. ebubmem lefteye.terda by Carleo.OAr vicmle
aowes73airs_.l l Th iHoll.wodMrsun.rJones:ey BeefWoore tti to llb-me;tNon.WHao'S, ant
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merury his firstIVe a Jery a greed ta 't rtat os --' gl. TAB UNTER'.STARIIN"Is.boiling
su..stoaN0M ae= spek--rr- =-,.,, _,l.-an I ,.'B A T T L E C R Yducr treerm wer e ue. I l yo w pray ma.a
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e .DInzer hsometis es 3 kthe.. therole e of es the Jeff Rib hards moth- vis n C. oaracs Vnouea will b-eldy z 5r ..P
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f aorite wt 11.10 to ti aoay s and Youil major- 3 h dled *m^H N-
a ue AllStar G am t e 0againm tst an Am reha Leathe World hw r hI
team.banking heay on ehn Ch .. e Toh Ph d aeM 4Ft ~e 4%6F0w

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B 0 "psity FRED PAR IT match betM set ORnya newI110t11on,- 3 .tDu)M :n b_- "
e^btult 50 wpa .oun p b-n 'Alu'l- e 12 e(rUy) e in mat ll hed wa s a rout as it medaliston .%
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in a iL U t CoTr-le 4 pamg plans har so^di n e dl y-tasP-- s n.L. bac nin the 10H"- in style rlo 0n of ena _vel l le. I "-
lEDT)'-- "very good" weath- brullnt, enerfielfder of bla 0 I- I1eth. 12th and 13th hole, were .;,insteada of .i_ .usual flurry aria nd H .. Y.,...<. ; i
er pedicted. It was to be na-, ants, in as a substitute. Buthalved. Oh thee 14th, Bean ranl ie : retreat, yl,. ml ;-
tionally televises (NC an-studdwhen he sas, Drooher will put le oorom the eco nd round on, .
broadest ut11-10o 1Wnlie in center-movn iSders Bean 3 upto at the end o f the- firs Darmed. tl .
le i' l-nSwetr wam he rinst anaeld s W "eLeague4 ole w here it appeared that i .do
banking he avilyon pite thing itn itih.n bout with anould Ore wl tro edtl.
Righthau in Rob et Muphan, a aua* tf'eldqr- nhelder t fu e for iup best
or thPl de l pm. t iJ,- .o has been playing first buaseon a par to 1e go one d a wn. a ro ds swereene tih e.W_- r mo,.the .2o e ,l' ..f._b

eg was schvored to u for thea susttutiaon o lon te th and 18 holes Youna d e n d Luup brinteeThth.eo w ho ole yb-ll )asi ni t -t
the Nationalsthe lan thex ames. f My mtsvote ng d byKiu w t Young pared the lo. iNo.d b s o Dlightweight. oamrl lta re i
."c.rea p a'"before- a wtidngcan o euut 'm not e on the field. k ole to evenu p thov Bean w tch. 5n- liatey made i--, a o. ulr H. parent s lr er: o am .
ew i t l m.ut capacity roe d w1it" h everyone ill set a ll new P n came baeth o a peyr. t m r eferee Fran4 beoale Rt leAd tae s fer .. 1 i .i i
labou t 5,500,. of is- Alter sr record byapp"We're out aseem thb.ut sn6hUbuean sh booulutsd 4.. T.t a llr e s g-ve pad n r eie Cty, 0 -bsemln e ar-ld
aPnce (5-6i of th .ee.nChi co her I t giae in'this conserie. No se te Ycond shot into then el"ro D s- he had a ted rM a t
Wbi te w.tartingf tDu he ANetoe pOlf r ait s appeared itln moren ly done more ithn anyone In a, ed t whe -d a o el ppI m O---. eY., oileiwd F
a League h D erunn l Insr ed he's "-not aevelopl Yound's game. "D""d e ighted 1i8 wt nl- 'tomb epape) ,.i .,E S'
as i scheduled an oio r didn't reveDalanst Duro n l Mor ths year's ne- s e roy ato i o ,,s a fande b
ar e .. er whose Glani beat hie In- alist, shot a two over par front/ | id l wt o se toe LFht y tr c. I Ronka l Capps ruer .S.w3el l lair ga g. o ...
i 9. thr4i.t e a. nC ST-4 P.m. plans for sending Willid Be- Mayin. o st ver 10titane ta eta. an .
uEDT)-Wlt "very good" weath- brilliant t centerfielder of his 01- 1th. 12tho13th holewerer eastye ofmhirstyle. welurr y t. .I ekai

S r dlt ei t wasl be na-ants, as a substitute. Bu the par 4 No14th. re, ra r t s cd r o o w5e.I Tm r i- "n tn
tonally levied ctJ and I when he does, Durooher will put In e trouble and took a bogey as Fm se bn e a ounn 4 Meat o t
e_. Wu lo .o enn at l ere o wvn Snew looked like Melnck was itw

bro ad iht (Mautual).w le c ntrovini d r Young took1 a par and the match. "I em o easil ay fight- l
(Iz-4e 's Mtower was the tov er-' to right field. e vn, a ln hoan 5 Dv in mM arFogn eally a br hetr ol ro 0 0
e wy easther ar c t Nation- Lopezpr w asn't tlklg about with a. holand. Yon birdied inByagcoverup Wre.whichl-oris

Sho il in the annual lineup changes because fifth t-the tth sinking a 14 foot Put Met. ni t. oo w i que for him. ple. i t (E ITO S an.nOt.... Ron.. 0 a l +s. t h, alg
sum er classic, 13 games to Bgoing a e goo s d I may not make h a etw all even going intod the t e rounds were the Lbfifthcth e i e v-eCap s la fo er. a Zn o t rUi veattby O fIowa

S fave to..fon fo New ork e e. were ved. Mr the substitution." lo 17th ,and Jly )- mblem Co ........ a holes. Younly. .
S" rle D-the last six games.. "obere wia ba e the N-i,'s "tfok 't. ,.,th. wieth ona baceo fv e n J e n ialu ne s oywo e ............ 1 e ler 'g'3apun eno,.s.a-p..

w g rtnn a ne M It-3-2a for D s.Juwle tlhe f t hr t iBhW birdie to o5 and4 A r o s l ledsm a e l e i I a tchdr fr the yma e La Cumbre .......... a 4 S*tS in the ita

a.-li^ Seau esq.wn .ula ee sixth .. tshti agIhtt he l adie 8taam. in 2 .778l e -ai to, taen h,. .. Ms.h "lford lf b .. a. eano d the oild.nge rols t.eair o the. b ., Bo. .aa s-
i e p t a but I'm not u r w h er sli d, w 2 up ov Ben wh. onl s b he s a atinhis ad. H i 2 er -l l,-sy lft a
tietd. iuh relti 13 hes -anited o e t GAlford, flew P-agra to Lima 1ors i t ay v otr onae tr.ere t 3 pa i or t
: B'II DIrukiti lud .bcl o tih o u ee eati al wliner over an Copethndbogeyyres.t ma referee Francis Kerto whe A ford an Ete er thaiee-rv hom in te o m D ....... 0 0 0a .ti leS 1
'ez. t aofI. I eut 'or has I rwem ironicof that Bean shoulder A es of ninth e e..r S 4-1 o. oy ..s..d P... 1 A s 3 ,e b ase, tWll e |rai eal
Sth n or-league Whomer i w ith in thi e elasse Watever Jan tree to Ys w loung: Ren has n .possi- t u h over oumt' s D Paak .. o.. O ore0 1 II aese a l l
e th_ _asp., 1i8nc toe Ameican-seague aulenouyh..e.e ._uges will mt nl /e 3i I ,,I.lrman, who battd an she-lw. WUlo. *-n .. 3., 21. 1-0.i Wl, .WiWr .,r--
ea. uwith 2.D uk The Saldr lof the C i .eng rwmod thelAnn& lo in te fhnali in whnat. i T A I l' m .0 a st se ao and su- i. _.d a,- ... .... .+ -

Sheap D trick for i thlAne Wonl League, asnould, prove .a .ood matme. hl frenzy hittn .213, w pre dW. ll ...... .... o O 0 .0m plByed -_ _
''th k Do.dera, unn .9 iThe a exgof to day9 n Icdne .meo irst fllo ht Shaw a in rice as arepB aemengl ior-t ., O 0
,. ag a it ,s h Dlf-hour oea- i and 4 whUe lt- F .atl cih Mora, this J ear's med-r In ct a a
hei*left-tM d cher, whose Oiat ,beathis In- lapi4 sn ta fid $ t ee eatr nCappsfarmer tl
Sda WorIn l asdt e a r's Wat dBe- nine to M l an o apea n tever ranl pMel-ton ote la fighters w weret idua

o 8ooriceIndbtn Dgam oran, ura n present ly er Neoome mh"d 1o d llet yim L. Corr n .. ,, t 0 t .
,. -tbles.oflthe ;Lg Thrd flfihtw owners wereDon Atlantile pe etbl~l Le u_ lleads.. he le_.nha. org and/p b s hme>lf...n, Hrman! ._ .. .. .. .. 2 0 0 a ass seL baB M agE,
and Pierce also were the but it looked like Melnick wats EhA lltaa t floa t bwao

tha lay w o eand. H s Hochet al o Nd a2 7aqi- i theim rtig pitcher o e scoring a-s the co nrco n on.e winn runs. ItR. M l ...... .
*!I-tMe atfto J cil Itldl8 5n hre 'isrht, "' ot riu ,: g tmar Life ...s. h 5 .500_wau r o a. j never staor: e wYW on h seondCof they r. :. Morra ........ 1 0 1 ftr an llt -..
SLOrg wh e Ien each pitched n the onl Mt ladlea' 3Ki 0lUs .. .... i 5 .4441of eithr othe two eavy pI Jac prmn,, who .ook over orG. ........s1 0 0 2 TtonR At .eCit
21fndian Aaly thee lately Innings. m l short-lived as Mora proceed UvRECORD CATCHs .300 ers gig the i torthme 070 N. tr ter Dilk Farret n the ninth
li- W hiter I nd1-ia ns j l t ugh the Nha tonal Leag ai to birdie both th eNo.and te the Drike oe in Mam orda, tiles happily bsde her wtsorld u he icory, his ou al .
iewt rt l (a e u t1 T f eisw er lin aa rd No. 9 holes. vs A Melnicker bla nad thickvlo ea figt faor no nhr- l..e .. n
oitsyureoer wi l bybeoequaing a lht fared bothhes btwe 4 PeruTfited weighed in at exafta 680 lbs., thlui making I Mt aosnkae of:.Roe it Qirte-

f pitcher for the eifth teim a- he ra ldown at the turn. Melniek to na arl record for 24-thread, 80ob. class line.a. Thte oprevio O e rn uPan Canal' Pilots.. .. ..@a r t and

S toal -lh r e battn avea tenth with a bire e to e:9 th record We a 442 b ser l marlin f p New tl the Wli s -ad. a cored..
r e. N hi:ta re 'u ro p nrr e af e Ipt' syiih w detee e a s remaining till the two r K .......tde fir2
The N .rt wL starting illbethup con P te th ona par and the afte inua ofbattle and increased Cabo ano's t f Louis Heymld n for a -1 triume eyoner..........
n theined one change ". th d Life will be t nt 1 by rod and a a 1560. bI separating thei cellar ndove the le ague-eeadn Toron t axi
>-- aSSA" .^* ^S'.Jh.^S voted by the fans, Rot Campa- "45 's Souroh w lln .. l lorg sp u .ste l remain .w Ithindwl aort. t ..romte run" |Malle Leg*ti. A d ble u-bill be- EaB |. _-
u s ankee lh o the Dotgers, a the. ladies' chai ponhine J h re. 53. was alto taken hAtere. brn. Alford left abo e an wt ny batter i Bufdangero Cocaoat o te -

lseue"nlnore vaesehan n b' light Rae Hug lane c hes earlythis month and together with hr al pn ba l theM .evero Mhmond and ha a bale i-hamn b Tp .3l s 3i -
Sl iememer, was unable to ctch cause 7:55 a m Men's Third a ,-. not even e most optim of e han before, thait a second lace elhen Montreal atI HnVi w are ls **..
ointD -n rnj..r u a i -- 13. hles pa t...o.. e r ,g ans w lford, flew thPanaa the Lima for a trop day visit.e pro therty any o oned b yeca strof ran s i vna. ..h.. Se i be n
placed in the staro3nl arrp by ""e likely to ..allnso miser thatyof ..rehet tams.. .h'laT.6Cos/r ... 1
Del randall of Mw ey wH iner over Jan Cpelnd. they wore;urned directlylow t ohe iami. where Alford Is an Eastern ho se- i olumb .

i05" a no o en) lrh, eat to slip from their r p -od pl e, orithey are sl oonfi- iD.1 r0use ....0.
amp son va V. Papl. And as the Navy qui ifelyph over Columdent that theus. D. Pajak powerful scr B7 0ufa .... 51 0
iAnnTodd thslips away from the rest ofnal the qutet cn pick up the pieces and l a "D Leage ich ..

Run$I % snte e '_ ,.m. ,, FirstflightS pack toward their fourth ose.[aome bak. Teir str per,,,, o -s-lim
sh. o aw vl R. Ra tter. mcutive championship, theh.,Cold1er, Gne Richter, who did not/ Pi potter .... ,... .. 1 0 1 25 gE RDAl' SESILTS
iThe i oday beat Maoast fans are askg e ques-and 4 while iart-veo the Isthmus untl afer ce ............ 4 0 8 treal at H ,

iv' I i 8l3I t. m..Lades' fi amrson- tion, 'Are they really tht ,much9the season was already underway French, W ......... 7 2 1 161po- ran.
-./shn lrght, h. Hughes vs A.gbetter than the opposite 6n?" is now in the thick of a fight for22 In Betto .. ........ 4 3 1 B!talo tt s n ,
ap w l Tour a .. To that question corn the ob. e high scoring award and can Brown .. ...... 4 1 0 9 pos2po-ed, rlw a.

l5 toBl l terland vious rswer, "aes Droe." sriua rs of plenty help to the Ne m hLcorrigan .. .. 1 3 0 4 *
te o"f the g Thrf~lgtwneea- eMorro vn w Young, but the secret to Nasg aetaton'su emmes from Universal Sporsory s, the i Aeon "D. Le.u. 'Cr.atn a~ OrThatw; Ld
fun-- t- r- serat 5l aov rH o N -..l- suaro1ess i no secret _t. aeam-lith bte lo.g hard road a- Lomb-onoer.wit hau .. .. .. .. 0 0 0 SadWie.
tvhe eln U ad1mek wae prnt des ant mege Hoht are ou2 a. 8e oaifrtr oehie hselia m-- abodorteowo Coy .. R. Mk........0 0 0 00Columbs 0em 0100d-1 a 0y

t.ha e thwhat v e ,c. ualh ec..tb to watl. the. wnas or J lst chine, the de.end-ig p 0 wave rd biaa er stoo4. The wnprovcoyMorrison.. ...... ,0 2 _sti al ull ha h
.nhoog owes. .oferofthesJertwoy--Navy play- SetackSingwhotkgver-for0 Slice.....oo00 o au
AL 1- proxi atted lyup n iOAn Papi aerankgivingtheb alltoet e notlyerfor et erlsickrFarrell-intHenyianth ......igan.,r- 2

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I0 9 94Min _h _d .o.h ei ne.s w ereDnL.4 ptm .t t e Ollsple 1ih;nb, nu tt a n d P -ee eG heig ht n d at pe rift ed a wvi t hteo mrtees Da.s u e g 0
tA de. ..t ltah.o tdriiU in ..the. flras l m... s. thtef- most o0bv' dip.of. -team tehan efueuhswon all uear loa, iI in R. .0
lwth.h.Om........ 1....who arl in' to e s wil b NcaNva S o 2 o ecs i....totheclose battle ay- JoacSpis nto'-.
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as he wsa recoathete4 by Mardano in that ninth hut In the you know. obvioraly, ever heard pushedlmyariv gaiht a fence, Inforks *Bd Del Bini and
cour Stedsoamu o- o Foulp N M f. Tayuer* a hot tyt led to a ar Jonei idla badly. Ath. Albrittt ...... 1 o 1 reSp, fo :
IL "Cavic i, stWnds six f1t one, d i ft the basll tide when I baur is the bet the Phadphi Cooper .. ..... 0 0 1 0urs b o ..l ._t

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ooIre wil om Te i ta t e ws .- U o ld a I.gCguac "a S o ue. W ..
te samt mbea th at o e l n ey wo uld be pay fo r t s hei. emt ,ta ntI.yIi (I. n .!
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LODON, July 12 (UP)T e -et The ee 1 Md oumm is. .f

a ri eI &e gwee e h trtheud she SB. s? 4b-u Linco. sf ps -1 i- ^
Wrsaw Radio announced to da. y :
that six persons, two of them itd an |l | l

syn for American and British heae 8 as

sbh 5l:e A i r nw agequen ProPe, SaaCmul

rftm Sbtoo WABRINGTON Jul 12 "the for Srcnto wek'.ig ..urcb cond Bc othS rerI ometle withle thehel wiri se- 1^ vd IT h Iwere t
Ild ofi the r r w 1 ring r f fi qui m re womeae.ot wax P.risesnal et

a iRor bel eene at n pt rt adtikuwkiwho a Ae wo P r rc .
Sre ended while trying to gro lessIF r tp e :- t

Pois too2 C h r h la BMc B ...

others ch o rd were id a Tti ied a

b tr'ts 01.1 frontienu ter i Maerrnc. [rnut ay last Ma1h F r I_. ,r i t o : o

brotherWisIWstse n oI e n rhtheir Pogre e o r
'Fr duo Npe

aahis frfr d .e amaWe Joobf MeDq; nt wvbh P rhe G r l
Mb t tpan asono n ox arist sl. No l a -*l
* iek ani and S ta K 0 era, wi hI a July 12 (UP) for nex.t b week's ig Four r cn Both were domestic u lbblesO = Wria withfl iiom iy1 t
S, ?t. in President i enhower prom- f rence.y byt tely so ro d t f sdrhah wo fre S- 'lrdy b
le ins thereporit wA, a "sd Re.pubies and Democratic Two ministers quit Cha ellor cipal figures in the summiton- R -i ae -a a ae e mtyi ome OA -i
ix e, a" jnii bute leaders of Colaimt e i tda that Konrad Adensuer'e lovIrn mn tfernce to turn their Ittentit summit plans thte .
was l A a tt nr l e A e i Dte "'oe te etorin Bonn. -Rebel C .hervatlvesf last-minute .. enev p rep- Dip lomats a.d. W et aera-lo c dc't' Ul tefm iw i

r o aia e = J a "o lnsre un t Pre bree r h lel on G in o rpur ca aAbited Msey hd O acn a
home fyit. .n ante hlhhtl of A* and eo "f ,h ortr s a w wi her former h adl
el o.A ski.n" uchhu- P reortads onthe. ig F our sum. Joined opposition Socialist ed in rationtt

ot e oi swh .S n t e tolon fa meek i.o bHeasEdo o nt at iur i sr t heir groundwork In Paris n car- i twhenlne and If, heho 1ed he ateol a br e l hto o. dienP t .
it'sl;id he i s a e rcht rs. Wlth e The eWhite thHouseFnnoun ced enchB a sm l eo p ay t it -s cwin s lsal b co ihon e Bar ng Ge ter n D. ettw -i d. w.'h n

Mu.t.14aL ngp tr dl- tR t hat tn toldP resi ttels DistilD t C e mil D b rAton t e
. 'Center inaie nge, r While House conference tiatAr ] enitin ls. Gota ,li Ovr Jt 'li ,- lla l ma t
. orf .. .. I He will glve t roem rn apprals- They saidothertopow "rs e"asit h d i l M s

.:e broac t a bhlu ne wa n' al'" of the accomplishments of rt ar s r r Ho-. rt .nhe n s

sssi of. con dde tppragan t b a lebst woI Ira d ormsd by aJusietof aati ace smous tnipater hd teoned U ormro
Xotuic In pIN Of dc ti!1 the b igFour meeting when I tIsBt
pimna o ,f thmMwotkoMe__tarurg'isover.2 hur- c esBur he td M se hf hf tMebu rhe m a c ie .d
cal worksin Oetatowee. Importa n. r. 'ontrC. it r e ae nNet stio rLl

se of Us works were mark thhe lawm takers conferred with eadc- A rhebeuth s go0artl i t ndrte hl

dhrinp lhlew aters Duile ;ENS LJl12.l StaeeJhndostr Dulle sef. rAY
at .. it 4 iti n Dearly t two hourseon plans for -The Argentine gov e rnm entat t a dscll t srniam t i lsel p T i thr" "rsit l.a a

dan d. ll ote 0eIsalo in IGeneva r Mo .pRoman CAatholicg urches llit I of the ha orginmost- aec ano t fa ln r elll
-ene c S o othc e rbw wr ,,hbireho bof mbufers c ire nby icbn rtevdrbciti .. were burneds aIftr.Lt rC. h- b:-
= iato mja..! ose publicao re,, uan D ro. 1.1 en m n ri thm-eir d re, d O h B id b tsh mr athematicia' alwl ",

.r,,,', i. ,e l en ap- thoIan D. deronstraniu n -ios. e e / iimd inie d tha clu" atin,. i ".

Gon tmi ant pr alP In r ti e R l eas.) iplpt The assure, ordered.a duit the ri edral he yesterday s ianda orafte- re o n 52t, af ret s rpot r es a t n
vas sent -to 5* AMeican aPim said everyone was "hopeful that bjectiohsr of church o authoriteal wards tpjoin ilea ceorato n r sI nVa subscribed to by -the lat AI-

m boke up rr r rbttht second bftwo week.'ichur.i gdp m cpnnet by thde churcof. icie a taed o han ogr e inefor
oast 110,P0121011 ,sthirod, col nfe eneOft01 emieenta Pro. w r is i u atiIe
The -trial is conti nuing. lry egatins t dero ns and 0mr 10 m- women omuls eulanin t -swear war because ofthe

t'.e l and Wet s e rman preparatou ub rb oc"ated told police that many tsn rd aro e s Mon ern. y arOthwth ty A roGolbdmbl.oayer Seam a he l' ."
fe p ao a ief White House Publc Works Minstaer RQbirto andyouth were ares All were nd ci t ao Arentine t oa g t h b t f.

Wm re With Blasting Jet Age Salute d:^ a ^ ^ ^ moroo^^ r *60 &*30 .s ^*'4
raIbul~ w stat nt ad Vemaicdnrg thT DU 1o aendd oBmembers the en the centralsr, cas3 hp- stepe et

*ttl M d ti *Sh felubore d offn architects.. e lre e the minors were released yrulAen lbn to make a -M AB 1. y' T
rin r r ad di ito tra'ladr to sy of te o thodtfe r nt heytes inbiUra e da o aurtdio-ta. t .
Prea f dent'st pledpo Io m .ae PO l80ioA of the S-an LrWnelsvo. 1 t t e rtuon and op .. .2.,,oni, LaU: In--wIch .:.
frequentra6t#f SaoToA e

v T er l Tw. il. I who b ine u hrh D iwfter lchsaonl pWo de cu ity sbeforeslong. to m .f ae n t

A t w Ibeer r w ilt ,a n E. dent ifiedLandtbolia
r s ffi. l r'e wOff For Statee .h chrrc
"Fi n -:iik d d en~ to art n e s o 0 w e aof e wth '--IIolh n" -h of i ,'.d t,
'lbS as an.. d thie .Ci1X to trla4 at. g 'ur meetlIn, afterward and sot. to work on the" 1S1 it the fb- e -thergS l wa Ni 11 ai t e*
ten and i Iihewhich tho .S. recofstrueon.u Q ueenI* "IF
NIi ltetP U del ion 1 11 apb roach tihe U l nitwith the Draz i imDnIiilst
ia ige ." i i2 ,10tsrAtIc m Catholic r iestsin.,charge--of-the,-PIs .. W OIp ig,.w. found da_,..tin.5isimd quar-ters aht causdaP's- a
SiJ.t BC .r ni .uu p u .

W.-. _oo n-'a o. full 9I T6eee whi their rown.rie, ., Jul I Uld GAble &0d Miss Wll _A6, "i.
W .. 1"11,tw a sai d noU IedThe11- enoVilo. e A- ew .,re he i t former' hI d OAntive of Oslo. NOn.A ,Mr. "i -Nofth Ci tC lda Ioffc -'"
h t a lt. iain the iesed ased on th@ fact (hat both Wllliams. md H od h. .o.h U ie
I r' "& d ire e I..'o ie- .... ..r-- o I o "rwhl chbol In M assa A 44. He boa rd l _od. b e and
,nn 'wlise is una-lports d unnt duration of the Similar action was expecteaoas"teasurots" in oa SPnow waysited -they had nowMd .ll- p MWorpld er.lmariano Ohe$tand sub-
ai-'. apt. conferdnee and' of. an,..ppz'aioll -shortly at at least two mOar# of the moment cbe"on iq el to of marrying. Howedere, u maosn- lWatir IIan'd mulequently worked.Ingo"*hI lt fht Ins
-.diga- conclusion/ Moey and St. Ignilus. ; herf yesterday. news a encisa .in the last' t-wo0olcturingr.wbeot comintthegyNILotfr oea m better. ild
Wi-im-.'" e.t" ."_ ..... ... ru o,, ress secretary, said prog. /horities expressed deep concern Anewly" ed _-ret-.or .o He was first employed by the k9r at 108 o 0nlrected:thr will be-
sona ofile tines. be' cabled t h e over te-renewal -of street dem-l oed defttfo pra. .hy t their rr Canal organization in a ma purertU=
Willing 0. Po7 ,C ivlllan .becabled "than undescloserthene ymti ol PI The got tldir thr
f n se ft ec to r o f t h e Ca n al dZ o n e r o l e '. I Ysi able'n pec lu di sd c ab in on on iLY m in u tes be re ap p earin g b e .- Bt w e e n 1948 a n d
gw*,"nent, *Ill conduct the, nd will uive the t. nreslionrs .Sntiagd Luis Cardinil Copell, the Nevada aide of Lake Tahoe. I fore Juatic of te 19 Peace Walter Wetw orkedu6-" ou1d
an-irnalSectar of State MUrlaid e inmate of Argentina, expressed I The marria e clitaxtd 13 years ruischor. capacity with theCommissary
theyn wMbefor hlon isdpImule S when informedpof Of friendship between the 54 year- Gable anid MhSS Williims made DivisIon. returning to the Dredg-
i of, the leaders a will' n t be the twg demonstrations in the% eatifld in 'e'' pr -divorels tpreisa1I
Lon Ti m m dS e- -publio at thu time of re ] past 4 hours. .. .r .J--orc, r Jiuner#i annange-entmwi anot
iM '" T itmes C, l d cardinal. eDo. who is sick t d U hearIW ia' tld thinosheadbe made wor beenre
'YFIIUVlU 4illup t alil, provil ed tip infels-P p1l..Ithe Paltieno el.,urb,-. .*l I dene the cal _
m"' at he onhe od on the called ree of his recent pastoral Io at ... ,,ble's previous wives wer e epor0-
b -also abi w lenlitters the latest of which wj L sIkilbi, --X -cC-l
.0 1 e made bub &Beftttbewsahr eapl.u l i yestrday -'"drama c 10ch J on ne
TOo tO if. nrheecMBy erterdayIhdmbai, 'whohwas killed. in c-Lowaisi

%. the Times compgtea forl cito at. hobmi cit t'lnlt i rit.m -..One .of. th. eardina t's closIt'a, who has not reached ul seven- sdli-g-ollng n ow 0e- on her. ow4
.nd Wes Gterman preariatim ons ciates told police that i a enth birthday may now, Mtaino rela n at theCrA
Itisdflc._s mre ..,e ...... restricted instruction permits ef- years with Mitro.Goldw yn-Mayer Seam- -n- -i.-A we r 's..-by
ef or. f.t.v. .for.a...chool y ear or'morestudios.' rvloio Drhwor ad

EeP) --.oA eleo r, told its "You eadets a cale e v- On Vo i ion-1
I alpt&wa Zn Gv
C.rAi r mti a
iner, asenme alt,1 chiawone lit ig
Ibme ah ..ahrment. 98.l by .h. ;lu a
h adge "Imftoth'os vay of a . ... .
IIn the at*dnmmw
6 .e willuei. Mrs. mLombad In. V lNllMow*g types
AIsan- t ft nia. where they .1 -it
et wflvleiC rau. sna-law and fled dps
a~d MEL $os e
buse P who aanonu theo-
0tiae wmf l alo faom-
fAMHlY TIn l s River.
A t= i "S"Jr. returning _o-

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