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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00469
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00469
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A $213,000 ibel uIt gig
beach of contact :a_ lapea
oI the frurelhnteik Ss bln.er-
day afternoon wh en It wa at-
ached at Balbo. br U., Mar-
bsal Joaeph I. KliOld.
Libellant althe sit are own-
era of ae M. V. Aruba, listed as
RederiaktUer (Han. Von
Bettla and Wo Mn) who
charge. the0dCpamMla l Nave-
aslon Aie" 34J ownWM of the
ltnrna wih g ythe
charter hire f ,
The Sabrin fta la Balboa
terdy' awaiting hofthbound
trsit wbm the msmhal served
the lie pper. It Ita now at the

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Canal Suing

Rainbow City

Man For Rent

Americans Quit

Moroccan City s

Native Quarter
M 0 .
#ORt LYAUTEY, Morocco, Aug. 9 (UP) Tr
patrolled the streets with muchinoguns today in O mod
end terrorism in which at least 1. persons havo been 1
ed and 50 injured in thb port E iy.
Americans, Frenchunu and other Eu" 'IgJMlim
Port L.yatey's native quarter were ev*cuW yetI
following a riot.
U. servicemen m ewaned to trveMl Is iiMaup
only on the moin street. Merchants in Port
other cities lhwemoved their stock out of *irt f

p inaman /
:A*n m -of ,7 .0

A urea- I emo.., at
Two other e ,tPu-


I tO Bi+"- -Wheh aowear-old nille Dion& dit aud-
*W h year of the famoua uln-
A ura. Olvia Dionne, shortly after .they
SOnt. ter p_ fth s their first birthday party, with
I S bOttaWklatn J (leW to right) Annette, Yvonne, Ceciee
mlis a l she entered a convent In 168, the first
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'1t25 were admitted to the wire up a long gravel driveway
M ify livig M4om ad wal-I and In the house.
ed asthe casVe,
m etre DioAbe family s The wentthreughs hallway to
trading the ma t for the huge livigroom where Emi-.
OEwv. ts by thB.B SmAgov. lie's body lay clad in a blue-tray
i on a Ihwa suit with a white lace collar. can.
E IIC*Jedarn d -. dies burned at the head and foot
Two Plseme ntbig at the bronze-handled casket.
bet aa to te ao and
M I*Jdto between ad 4 White flowswere banked high
P*, around the eadert. .

LONDON, Aug. (UP) Prim-
=- Margaret s oon. n-
nce he iimmt o
handsome Colaas l whoa

crf on et turday
he l ohn e. Poole, was
PowN.t where he rly under-
iav49tfgatlds for having run
" W _A inanian who died
eards on saturday

f ole as released on his
owat k ce early, yeater-
yi g an inveeti-
atlo n accident to be
.&st by the District Atto
Pdile sald'that Alberto Torte
waw down by Poolc's ca,
wh gaCrossing the Street
In. Saturday at the
I of Aven=da J3o
6 Is OQua (Automo-
bile bw) Ind Jose Domingo
t se ortly after heb
waB'ftdn to Santo-Tomnat

*'wal set, but the Balboa
sw5 scheduled to re-
titfrn t eanaza Police later



To AM Local

Jr. Geff Champs

Temghi b the speelal beme4.
fit dwa at the Drive-Ia,
Theater for the Isuthualan Jan-
or Gelf tsm ent winners.
'All e from the bene o
fit w:Ul;wid to send the lo-.
eat duieee to the Interump
temat e Champlonifpus
inBA-M= N. Mex
-Ie ach) have bet
n a4 golf eluabs e the
IsthmuM a will als be avasl.
at ui^?o the benefit is
inher sI ad Va
Johasem. ____

-The C0nvok | th atVora=
"*%AN the.oay .
tM tDec. at month-
It uual of uslvb of eleo-
0 Jurly he was twa -
MMtetd 1for4 td was g tv
en, t days to the quar-
tie, Nume r er notices to
vite, as .h extensions
i .iven, t the canal con-
N he 'luiLully holds over
L* eontinus to hold and occu-
PF the quruter
The compare seeks to recover
~p&esion of Mis quarters now
ocespied by ion and as ndc-
(gnxxal there entwhich has
acriUed in tha n of $99.
Vernon iwr a fractured
fohBead xa ,fopr years ago
tod while repairing
t the blarage. He
See off d.6ability
I ton o r 7.6 mo
ob he ha4 roused to accept.


SJudg Bench
L rd,
L.1d- .,
.Jdolph g ~,ard, a 24-year-
old m Wnas iven a 20-
mr tB5i-e Jlboa Maglal
trates court placed on one
ear probationM r taking a vs-
tl for tanhrY Fu or
,vlg the car. hh he .laim-
d 'e wu sl to fi, he was
Two PaaaIano, Candida
irVtIola 1, ad'Jose 0. Harris,
1. were eh Apd 15, payment
Of which wM eippended, on a
eSe 5 and Gabriel
Sant, panamanians,
were each 0 for trespam-
a thea Commisary.
For Melj 1ir of trousers
worth $ W l lno Oonzales,
a 2l-75yesr 7 a -nan was
eencd t$ ied 15 days in
Jail. An A",iil charge of va-
grancy b a $15 fine to the

Mica C Oole, 28. Pana-
maian, was fined $10 for bat-
tSy on amud Grant.

.cente, a m ovi ol
befo police fallt
them bV gftz dIrecUy


Thee: was no clear Iadleas
me to the number of perIond '

deeaare "month enge." to 1
at least 14, includingT 47 dead, in ri
Morocco. Is
BultSo Sid MeM Bt end en
Moelay Arafa to his o
peopleleelast l the
rotin, remindin e that
the Mlem gterbid,
eeh BItaolty. e
_"OIc peace is retoresd, we "

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Army UOing
(UP)-Two principal leaders of
Isst week's regular Army revolt
have fled to the shelter o the pa-
ele nation here, and some 1
ohe have been arrested. It was
ported today.
The two who sought "dipldma-
ti asylum" are Lt. Col. Adolfo
Garcia Montenegro and Mal. Re-
ne Valenzuela. The identity
the prisoners has not been mo-
President Carlos Castillo Armas

benz. If the revolt had seeeeded,
he said, "it would have meaat
the return of the Communtieto
Meanwhile, Guatmala was re-
turning to normal C l"liberties
suspended ut erthe revolu-
tion that ousted Arboen were re-
stored Saturday *al. Castillo said
safe conducts for "lesser offend.
eras" among 1,00dd refugee in
embasles here wll be ed this

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or Ma i
cow a
COW &r
hours a
mli the

soclatlons," which opw @ 1 f0
throughout Aia..
The g ostensible
yards of tI I

Threw*fi >d
And Beer .tti

for M
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da en


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nwm ,


brite dancing part- "Prtneage 1
reularly a member visit to Lord
te dinner and ner's house m
otf what Is called Scotland, *a4
Lset." swelliag wlh
attended n&all, oon ani u
rtues in Tennant's to seir son a
StrAt one after-d dat xpne w
I In the kitchen 1
mg bamon and Ig
stayed with the
er the weeke.l
ad to Balmoral for
rfs eustomary Au- a K E


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The Maf Bes is on open ta reeedus .t The P.sem Am is
L~e as Muesiwed aftall en dae n asdied in whwl sewa.
lies ps ls a leteh den' be le t i4t 1t desem' appear s
dog. LIe~0I e published ki lM ~d eqs se. .
S U Isp Iso heop she nlies mild o seo pPe Ueaih
I*me* N Ouet wuseas aheld 6 stbi eIh seftidenes.
Ti. his aher sum... ue.peuggagfy ha isemes us sls
6 Is less l*ss res. ese, e
k. ieeO noMO,

bbox Editor
R100% American:
If I for a moment dreamed that such utter one sided dribble
ltltuted the beliefs of a 100% AmerlKl, I'd quit my country
b very minute.
It's not so much what you say, ik .hts and privileges
iw you to believe whatsoever you wiilM It's your attempts to
your slanted beliefs as those of a % American.
The record as I see it, Is merely thb u.of brother cii-
th are hired to Verform a necessary Jp.t.thL e us U.lf.ations
the same, and are offered a wage I.t. l _ve tUffl-
at for the task. They are info ~. t6 fit rview
at their future is limited to the of the mues, and
at opening in the crafts shops will sM T be available to them.
toy agree to those conditions, are apply.themselvos to
W chore and are Immediately lacad' l" ythe biggest

vy train" riding groups on
you refer to know.
Your personal job in not i
be. It does appear posuib
for new employes in t
t in at least one stateme:
ripple your job's wage scale
lons," which will be one
Amen for that, and tha
The said titled "Scabs" ar
whom earned /the 100%
hes of Anzio, Normandy,.
A piher and ,wetter than
Slaacka to the-other.
'Thewords "American He
rtcularly the part embrace
Syou Iearn Jt's meaning
/tYou rently do a goo
that lnce you are a craft
by the American
only one pay for one jo

k'f ' -

_,At the Circus

P u 2 Level
.. 8 Bird's how
4 Woody pIa

ISuegi-iu g9 Dispatch"
e SIs With oppo
rW lk .. 10 = .
d~igbtly l0I rit
Ce out on iPeriods of
ciew sawdust time
11 e." e I1Circus
Little b totors
20 Condemns
MEau cvild balloon do*
Small bunch 2*1leepin.
Slndviduatl place.
Battle fleet h4 |
Death r I I

I e.000 19 ,

?Crcus grand
tR talcoina

Is w onu
*si* ,tB


the Ithmug- -Tbh much the "poo- makes cars and trucks. in e ,s
It controls the cooperative
In jeopardy, ;nr wasa i Jver planned ment, which has textile mills,
le that suC bsb aob s your will not processing plants and a score of
he future. Tloat makes you 100% other businesses.
nt: "That the admilnltratIon is out This national labor feder'o
le and demol your Job's working publishes at least 60 riodals
1 more unnecessary expense efmin- with a combined circulation 14,.
Lt we will -buy. 000,000. It also rons cultural con.
e in realltx American oitizena, moat greases which few other forcoa In
taR by their act% of. walking the t is nallon can afford.
and Guadalcanal which is a great It buys so much material:and
Sa itroll in the rain from oue end has such vast staffs that it has
organized a purchasing comatty
ritage" are not understood by yo, called "GEG,' with a capitli.a-
Ing liberty and Justice for a, anad tion of over $6,0,000.
qu shouldn't use it. I want to add that, algthog
Wand competent maintenance job some of the Dq1 national leader s
t man. such an outcome t1 paid for have announced that German 1-
piel that youi work f Q bor is now through accepting the
is r -i W D 4, '-"--wage standard set after the .'ar
i. g o Germany could recover, 4dM
" Ithat there will be a "dynamic"
One Ame,..,e As /fight for higher wages-some DOB
-One Amerieoa Oplvat. /staffers, in the nat ial hendquar.
.'. terms here, have asked me to say
Answer to Previous Puvle that th national labor federatein's
1 wage policy towards its own staff
]eSSLAt i m employes is dismal. The D o.
Sle are paid worse than comparb-.
,SlySild .specialists and col .
Slarworkrls receive in oh ide' in.

e The DGB also has a life insur.
nts ance company with a capital' I
isThs I about ,-W

5 Toward the 45 Slant politically neutral, really is e
."" Weterd tdoe Cloy lw o he German 8oc l
A a1D1pl pim 47 Discord part whibles nttaLCommun ,
28 Lighter in hue goddess an.tilRuilan and fights for d 1
30 Paradise 48 Polynesian reform., But A not in love
31 Found on the cloth the U..i Ak -.41fsl an ol1-in;e1
seashore 50 Beasts of cialt utf believing in the u-
33 Saltpeter burden nation of capitalism as we live t
cus 36Having 51 Mexican eoin 1.R5I WCB
Its raised strips 52 Superlative i AUll of which leads me to report
40 LIiat, ?suffixes thSaA4U000 mark check-about
,43 A Ui action 5Donkey 2S,.00S-issued by one of our go.-
ernment agencies, has just lbeTi
Delivered to the International Met.
al r 1 Wotel Mderatonn Swit er-
-I" -l-r rI redistribution to some
S metal workers unions in Europe.
Tweontyw thousand bucks is not
S I a I I much pis BUios go in our federal
S' agenc.Bt,. sre we footing
this ir '
-If 's foreign -
orasof wants %o
Is | It? l T i he ._o otd t, fine. But one
I m I etn'.-tan Workers Fed-
.', |1 m. :ora "U' S r eain j o erman division-
the Metal, Work.
S- er a Max Brenner,
S it has ,I members and is
no e leaot powerful un.
q KS i r ._ i lon in i t has a national
I P I ~//, q" | F P ^,,,take d0000 a onreth

No uo. you
S -- -hearaye. tatit's
u Il lI the tenU.t stopped
.--dnin~ its
e- - c the tress.
uas_ ____ n o a labor
moMr. Reassen in-
a lasi01. money, he
can agg abd e INiand
Ir t.Zone.
I The quicker you ple don't
ne -iemu we shove
it ak


e B 1DOGAOTA Colombia, Aug. --
S(UP)-prdent Oustavo Rojas
Pinilla has denounced protest-
ant maasitpa In Colombia,
chargLg they are being used tn
convert countryfolk to com-
ft a a q nlh inaugurating his
agP *. Warn,m Rojas said
SColomgMa o fedom of re-
.,2s iP I however, that

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M*M|-4* **y- i~iam IsirnK i
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era of the world ever
will certainly be a sol
letarat. If they Ws
money and business
make the old interact
now spending sopmii
castles off the big Gem.
think the old cartels
stores with apartmeal
While the good old I
spending a million d,
to help Europe's
man labor federatoim
DGS, has an annium .
$45000000 a year. Th
conrolled labor fifi
young men aren't over I
AFL because "It'h top
munist all the time In I
ganda," is not exactly.
capitalist enterprise.
The German unlou.j
banks, which have
and have a cash balam
sets of some s50,000,0
The DGB has real -


olvent "gypt

By Peter Edwn

CAIRO NEA There is no president Nagulb and Prime Min
apparent reason to fear that Ejypt aster Nasse 'has shown a come
wil become another ward of uncle mendable ambition to run a sol
Sam after John Bull marches out. vent operation.
True, a new American aid This should help allay an
agreement probably will be made American isolatlitlt fearn tha
soon. But the Kgyptians have not the United States ,ay be embark
presented any list of economic or ing on a new adventure and in
military needs and to casual visit- volvement in one esnern of Aftlea
ors they present a convincing show leading eventually to others.
of wanting to pay thqir own way. American rest ina Egyp hai
For the next year at least, this centered on t ur attraction
aid would have to be confined such as the Sp the Pyra
appropriations already made and now the are of Ches. i
Cone The Prel dent hs au- U.S. bas i own a
orityhe to s.w M ioy ro o& e -L.0

Egyptians 0 yeOrM' d"e some- two on Ept'
thin of a misrerepentation. The Thise h_ bo
Brl bh have always todght iyt V ale.
ian cotton and asli r. The X gyptlus
and other equipm a profitable many lower rlq a d
business. .' wealthy E bough
two and three Callacs a
British resentment at losing this an bus
business is natural. To Britons who owt rise. Two 1
are glad to bhve ides empire bur. companies have ,ato
den ended, there would be an tra 'jb the wp desert a
equally natural joy that the Amr. which flnona tbe spent. i
icans. after help to force the major il discovery Is .adfl
British out, wou now assume wll mean Ig business.. And g
the burden. But it need not work royalties will help pay for the
out that way. government's five-year plaa t
The two-year-old government of raise the standard of living,-




An American engineering firm
has node 1A eceomnie sfudy of
Egyp- Ow vweh at en-
slon it beiA bsedAaean
maagement a been hired to n
new industries, ke rayon mills.
U.L Government aid t Egypt
has been largy technical
ance for fi project. Tere
are two pilot reelanatip.
In opera se ato dra
lower Nile ma1i% The other is to
irrimate a nation of t dm. rT h

So y S toa

there countries Of Arab




Bulletin: Sub-roan meetings are
now being held in double-dome out-
fit on W. 40th St. to lan a get-
McCarthy-type campaign against
J. Edgar Hoover, financed by the
same egg-heads a4d phony "lib-
erals" whb sot rawd into te Me.
Carthy deal. Hoover has long been
recognized as the Reds' greatest
menace. HM loIs on their "Must
Go" list but desUte the -mears,
they've never be n able to touched
him. Now en rged by the seem-
ing solidarity of e new "popular
front"Comm qlstr figure using the
same tadup t sght McCarthy.
They get nowhere, of course.
Hoover is Ub~ u ding man in
the U. & 1s citizens know
he was their pin-point the
Communist (though suc-
cessive ignored his

Gag: MIy asks "What's
with this 5e leu ? I've beea
flat busted eln life."1
Dept at .D h- powy: The Don
Anderseds (I Van Johnson's
stand-. havw oded ... Have
the Toafy te (abhe's Elyse
Knox) t 1Ik count and
why? .. M e a the Joane
Connelly bust-up. Jimmy
Patino the Ji tin-heir, for.
got to rft M sat ring
now (Usewsa ) wants ,.-
ooo p ( e) or the ring.
Gags aI (Joey's wife)
mays: ym save may be
your oW." .
Out s :

Vic Damone still blazing. Hotter
than the thermometer ... Cbharle
Barnet, an eight-time matrimaplal
loser, never learns. This time had's
eyeing Abigall Adams ... T a[Iy'I
Barbara W a r n er item: Rai I
Meeker ... Bert Frieedlob,
Eleanor Parker's ex, flippoedover
Os Maxasn. Well, I dotntam
him ... Orrin Lehman (the lena
tor's adopted son) and Nina deVe,I
the model, are serious.,
Feuding and Fussing: DimectrI
George Sidney and Esther WWila*st
... Donald O'Connor's momr andl
her third husband called It qOle
... Mona Freeman and Bag croge
by. (She and Bob Neal of Texag at
Morocco) ... The phony Martia-
Lewis hassle aid off #r publicity.
Their latest .ke "UvitQ It Up,"
busting records.

Alice in Wonderland: Sea. Mar-
garet Chase Smith's noteris
"Declaration of Conscience," has
long been the "Mein Kam'" oat
the Get-McCarthy.Buni. Yet oB
Feb. 6, a14, while testifying der
oath at a pre-trial hea t a te
U. S. Courthouse at Folae-y e.
Madame Maggie in answer te'es.-
tmns about whom did she m-es
in the Declaration wh a *e Msid
the Senate had "been d ee
the level of a forum of hate aud
character assaassinataa" a d
been made a publicity plaugtm. i
I r r e s p o n s i b le s e u os a a1 "-

tee which I believed SW M I
ZUe ^( arehen ) "I hadl It

Senator McCarthy instead t
people they were appolatd tJ try.1
Jabberwocky: And ft

!9ja If Ldid up Bi

Senator McCarthy." Naughty,
naughty. Maggie they'll thr you
out of "the Jo-acu., Le- ue
California, Here I Am: Bla
DIS {(Mr.0 W AOld),
WO is wow .t 'm at i,
ensconced In.the fabu a Ba
Madman" Msts mansIo
Hollywood Hil Biy b it
sAeoral months aed as his a
neat home, brought wba
or his children f& m
I remember him at D
... Arlene Dahl ir faW# i. ;a
two white podle wet the
lam, ... Director .h- I.l hr.
termed a battered old rut kueket
freighter which will be fatoe0 ed
off Midway for the location scenes
far "Mr. Roberts." The no ta,
Warner Bros. crew. Ferd his
guests will liv- on OL J.
refltted with iBl"g a Mda
tsots for 1W0. (AM "si.
too?) ... Gloria 0r the
Academy Award wner
ed Rodgers and Mamiabi she
bas a voice, aoe doe wl be
Wued for "Oklahoma." I hat and
trebles, too?

The People's Choerea Fred art-
ty. former o Coni aa ed
author of the I Act, o.

IbfCano (if y =ou
that) Case, both ,e m are
Soviet AA.

Mfra ttMSusf A.
rue V i

pI~r~ =:aa I


However, oe important Repub
liHen did, not cnonur- aop
er of loda. I
"I can't take this bpck to the
Senate floor," he remonstrated
with his fellow R slas. "It
will totk off ater fireworks.
WTe.;got to compromise "
nB296CA2 .


11:,orllvI | zcl yLrsiE, reu mli ivc-.
sp company lage.esr a a 11,
would, have .the ito eross-lu- iRr-B luEii ,, .
other words, it would have the
riot tousead a Won AOR DO wBROVI Th.u-
5a Mw S., .' a 55 a e AzorM- Aug. < (UP) A ooDtiW'
MIdstA y Oy. bif ari" mng on dtakb
m -cr I o -tbhrough thick fo over
P 0 giveIi five. h & Impact -?_
St A MThe otflce the commander
Iat th.e lariffrim, -MwN'a, = of %I ,Aaerical-Portu u I U e'0 4
on the inside with the Atomic m ilmry r bas r g u e l
l rg mmimswaill get the ll, i pdaons l ,din -
linsideS trak 1amb, patents fr AS w l4r. orh the Awnes
knock Y? b t years and five R3 5U MMoM. Irola ;
years, with no eteeioa to aon cra
Seaptaners am SIZ.&Ttartai
eop ancs or t pubic. Thi nwa.w yse o arstis
w .t caped the .ief deadock T aboar Including Mar
during the closed-door conference ,on. 3Af FTrernc mid le
debates. cha "pi. boxer.
IMCKEB WULD DOE Thee was on a Twetwrd
Another hassle took e over ota om Ud oi .
Senator Loager's amedm t t furt, e Mad d
IF an. company whicb had been LUiso beire lading I the A-.
IAeeomdio produceato omn 4wre 9 .4 se. '
lbs antitrust laws, 1 shal foreit An unusually thick fog pze-
h B ,e ,,rated the Wartner from on
th.I Rwio fight that tl I .. I Mart aort, UW,
dared Senator tBricker el OlO, used, ,eonmmuerPial .lu .'
r g to prt of the Lager TbWarefren It toued dou.
amendmentL the USPortuguee bane.



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Ada e_ at 4P3 () todly ftihltt sape.
SSr ^ thathowever, *te dvison Is fat

act Isfot m ea" are

Of..- "d ividd into batta re Ae
Wit tui)wtdoeanto.
r 'Ofi -Mwti tldij a Mm=*ea. =_ ba on-

eTijritoat a" the a t
t&ait? ws and lqaad baa.

maaea '4:UnCongret." Ite adluse the mtuuytte of tis .r-
ifS.e 3a-dfReprToloae
u n the give- it a a
MrT nai.d.s," he aiod. Tal_ whre the atomr e bombi
Sot e an minis- ente te t tre. For ears Ar-.
tra~oe ian- I, t has y tatici.ans have
tflnt~aB selected bw groups, th at mealedens
the'. Was dispersaL But at lad they
Ohpw ngc e kto say have had to fpce up to ,te key
homw e emnocratswould have quiioi,.
a done better, AWes said the ae- Jea*M proe enough ftr de.
B =b tr Sended the h A-reba $1 aomb do*s
%TZIO ended government con-m 'u ditistfi P3d1)o
trakliiut federilpendind and cer usele" s as tted.
, redweed taxes 7 billion doUar. ".I1St IInt?
w w T r T bunsop oimlWt ,tra- ais whit he Army hopes to
S uidenjaUm fnd out In its upcomug munn-
= f ro&. ta n ve- to

* economy
ua of "me
- .blin

I (a11 -g --M 6 39 mw I lar"y Iook
and .asve retallattn policy
and of along ts tak reform
bl to favortW e wealthy.
Allen, whoe e rules committee
decades what laon will be
d -before ue ouse, coun-
tteM b ethe Rpublicans have
I"brought businessmen In to ump
our ernment, not bankrupts
.and uMU faures... like Hen-
ry Wallace and Harold E. Ikes."
W ate getting a business ad*
jeo to that:" AlIn d and-
ed. "I think that Is comatenda'

Ss C riicIzs

U.3. Gir Scouls

meat of their Lon." -
Sugene commander of
the George amnman Post
18 here, said -that ta post.
adopted i resolution con-
emning gtio by the Illinoi
Leons which save the Olrl
Te ilnola egn1 B tM day
adoptedd a rwolut aon. aa
the Girl Scoat of sitinr the
writing of pro-Cann l an-
thg id Prpeft "One-wyrid

ae M an wgood
pe ooug dist Ad


to be Wef Is the
the aaorsalatonaum

Thre is hope that -te *st-e
toiek"pters for quluk aisapershl
and regring may e the

Ihe Armsy is also coumtug on
the p ecUlon of several types of
Ionvert-plnes, which igo up and
down like helicopters and forward

N. Y. Confidential
(Comtinaed from Page X)
P Financial Note: MIlton Berle's
contract with all the people in his
show, including the staff, is .0tat
theyI are to receive no wages dur.
lng th*r four weeks at te.Sands
in Vegas, Miey re to be paid
in New York when they trnI.
This d rl. too. Thstaway

Here, there But Not very.
where: Serge .. inte, mion
air draft dodgerhae been ofer.
ed Dmineicaa tdmi p by tes.

9IVUROWONTAZADE: The altom bbomb t.eatens to b Uek tt8p.
uike e ,entUonal punes, to prom.,lemin a war. This would i"And
vid, even more mobilty than the the U. S. with an atomli- Amy
mter. -' lligh.ting a conventionl,".l _..,
m-Ber what new organila-I. also point out na l
' t-maneuver produces it's li the increased, fleiPitY
to have-tobe uiiwed with more eafn wi can for more tem thin
communications equip m e n t. A before. This is in the face vt de.
commander can't command with. mnds to cut down the support
out communicating. If dispersal forces in a division.
Causes a- loss of c mmu.niations The result of thisW 6Vsh ay,
with dor lemi t of a divAlon would mean elimioatl g. CoupL
the, thedIftsn has fallen apart of divisions or more. Th. Army
b comb-t pp ,e already chafing ove. the.prem
r 'tpis"eIort to. uer t the divi uent pres re to cut down m -a
sioifor atomic w_ are is in .le total of 19 divisions.
witt the Joint Chi ofsa Staff "now oppositlotf to .mal tany
Ilo." But many oficerM in the e pante in toe li4 d5 en
Ary ee e l jok in it. structure summed up with the

U S forces nation rint now.
i.e._ret ini .e es "iag -., .. I

BBROILBS ON ICE The worst heat wave In 18 years made It
hot for Leonard Cox. of Lebanon, Mo., and his 000 broilers.
As temperatures soared to 100 degrees. Cox bought hundreds of
pounds of ice, and put fhns behind the ice to cool the hen house.
The broilers took to the idea immediately and Cox only lost some
.70 due to the heat.



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How do you ay today's hand atI
a contract of for hearts? Before
you can s=wer tais question, you
must first find out whether you
are laying for total points or for
match Bouts,
The difftance is aflmportant.
In ordinary .rubber bridge or in a
team contet scored In total points,
you must play to aranl the coa.I
tract. In 8maeh int .contes.
however, you mst y f mai.
mum een If you must. Ask the
contract for the sake of tying for
an extra ris.
In tch, pout game. for
ample, a would -t. -ap e
wLen fl a weth the k n g..
yo must d i wim h a

hee o nfo da two rouM
of clue alet.b,.in tim tuld tO
RotJ@% NOW you sun %o Z
one other spade trick and the ke6
of diamonds. If three rounds of
lubs g et by, you are sn t make
U trick by this ieWofL ply. ..
As the cards lie, e course t
second ro'ud of clubs gets ruftdi
and thie defenders can then tak
two spade tricks and the ace <1
diamonds to defeat the contract
At rubber bridge an expert
would see that this line of play.
risks the contract. The best way.
to smurae the game contract i
eltber to ddck the first trlck, or
to wi the first trick with he ae
of es and IlImmedielylead-.a
low tump towards dummy's jack
H JOE. the Oppose t take
the ft trick, you ee to win
the senood spade an ruff a outY
third spade in dummy before draw.
I I y"win I the first spade t I"
but give upt he first trump tric,
you expert to draw all of tath
trumps saely before beginning u
the clubs. Either way, the cow,
tract is site.


Smr is-to Vondk eat oe
S senew ptodo whch
octl ungs Westpf Broadway.
Confession of a Catlomn Culle:
Don't try to outsmart the guy
we al yot ev see a
tw style at a gW. brains?


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ILA othe ve
F-"G;a s' tl
hataketer dhut
tnewoimme.n o or
wotd tow. O rI

that o mr ofbii
monbo |l
Caught In a tijlteno amto
market, Studef ibaa ll

Months of the Y!.,.. Tamru nave
been numerous ;sbut-
dowpa of productlq
In oropli .p lay cut
Studebaker board
Q. loffmaan dsa .l icT
lhadtaken big py and the
trimming of thfe rol
would help pr wort.
Hoffmnan 00re-
their rejection. Te lo al union's
executive council Wa. meduled
to meet tomorrow to decide what
to do.
Studebaker p w .begun. here
101 years ago as LWaOn maker
and has been mafctrng au-
toa for the lia. 0 rla?.L Itss
labor relations h been gener-
ally good and It a never had
a major strike.
SA complete 0o5Ing of the
lant would be a blow to Souith
CBend ad neighboring Mishawa-
ka, Ind., where most of the
Btudebaker workers lUve The ci-
ties haves combined population
of 140,000.

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MLwlaf on the water moreI
S m iles from a transmitter
fdlemark's invention, d e-
d to work with a Crosley
r V receiver, will let you
tamen go fishing and watch
allW game at the same time.
ams ad antennas aweigh I
d why they call New York
Roms pot?' The hbi tanhsat
1NOoe directory dst# thwee
CF,We AAla1k, BlWOtio
, ara Arabla. James
David Canada, Mario
M, Mamie Denmark, Amanda
wi.d Cobina France, Leo
MWd. William Iceland. Al
ip, Paul India. Abdul Cuba,
It Israel. Frank Monaco,
Poland, J.M. Santo Domingo.
ig others.
1 on the subject of phone
14 more or less, John Camer-
rtyze once remarked that be
ed San Francisco's China.
directory must be full of
_aumbers. (sa a matter of
John, it has no numbers. The
dibers are called by name.)

affection, nor
ordinate their
Marta, bless Ii
sters to be in
cient itdvidi
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not find many television Miss Wn ds own life. Incidental.
Bring their pretty little IF, is A- Obt from Momism, the
it why their shows are Itoo-d oet-On-mother way of
It is enough to most i Ufa e So amilies practice. Her
seeks are large and fre- only son Uves way off in Santa Fe,
t Peggy Wood, who is N.M., with his family. She Iflies
n the maternal parent out a few times a year. that's all.
ne name over CBS-TV, Mama practices what she plays.
of a different twinkle. -
en much thought to why Albert McCl~ry, who has dl.
ias been a success for rented Maurice Evans on the preat
nd her theory is worth actor's TV performances, stands
tion. in awe of Evans' curiosity.
ave been dozens otrea-, "Evans always asks 'why?' "
for the happy uwess McCleery sayS. "He's no4 arguing;
ws," says the blonde, he just wants to know the reason


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S7: :;?O0 TO SAY-Mrs. Ednah. 0. Albright, accomiide
t of 'e rocsters she trains for TV and the movies,
*a :d Anreles, Calif.. court to answer a public nulsan
-.I:..e BRcwn Beby," the'rooster, kepifquiet throughout I
eatmings. Mrs. Albright, w:o .owdBs 400 hens, 75 rabbits.f
previously had been ordered to get rid of the rooast*a

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to do is tell him o -d i "nd "Strike It Rich," hasi ta as.
is like a steel trap. sma h jnagu bling the ,et the
and he'll be runing the whole shows have used il a q book.
business." Sugfedted title: "Japo triks
Walt Framer, producer of quis Back.

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4t the- UbIn Club from of CUrundu Heights, have rettra-

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V0t. and 1MMarks
U. and Mra Tomsaa

Mrg fad Mr. and M. irf Mdro
6'l f *inebetoad MtI .., Patvi-
r. i's eleventh l. a par
4, Swi emtig.

Cttbs to Panaa
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Ambamador and Mrs. Cancio
Bello will ave soon for Lima,

Ueman.. i .m e -
for MoWtevideo aeeo panIed wth
their son.

Effective of 4d0 late -- Aug. 9, 1954 -
t will not be responsible for any debts or
obligations incurred by
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PAlAO Tourit L .la it i ad-
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3 p-c set, "T.opical Style" .........
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Npa t Julyo Ave- m- Js LiU
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gashold, ,- ,.ht. "-R SALE:-P la B a Alr 1l"o r S- t r in. r 4 a os n
OF I E o .-. b 2,

d flr itl Th 1 o lc k 3 ARESORT&--, 4,t he t o

t1: e nsh *Idu A u o bro u Ap mmy tra Theeh an ta Clarae Bd ach, Ceg Ae S B
L .-1 0- t.p hlco re- FOR SALE:-J, military. A-!in ATTINTION I. I. IJust bul T,'IPiiW at e rates. PhOh"1o 5.... Fayorte
60-cycle 60-lb. freezer edition, 4-wheel drive,. pointed turni to e

FORue 4-612. g%=iaraPanaMreoT A :00- S POr R TS

ALE:Envi8 fuA madorthen Oed hLE Id e xe Pforb Iteior. rENooT. ht oree-bedrom p.rTM- COT TA.oS. eas ^ &8Ce phof e b e
. Int vdingr ele cr ce- a 5udck .Oiboo t. eih e Panal -don ',rt as F.rt~ EN CTire. Low taSdoor NeJn BpLg 10 Pe th J ine
Mie l 4y a ---d House 2039 Curundu. 3rd Strt- FOR RENT: Furnished and 14,-1-- 0l86. 2-1866.
Radio Record prayer Phone Curundu 7175 between 5 shd 2 and 4-room a. d
d22ingrOaml towel- hamper 6 o'clock. -t An htonld4m an d AharOce ta tronside c aer, ni6 a: 0
.n bathroom fixtures; lots FOR SALE,:-1952 Oldse aobtle-984 in 10t, Street. Telou 13 64 co- sc43 5 Ba UT fit0 PU
House 8055-B, Margarita, door sedan, excellent condition. rm- ion. .T
Ho.uE p iece 80 n dia, Hydr matic, tinted glass, sun FRN artmitica e-ad FOR R E '^ ET n

froo..Pon ,ey Ce pYr e and tl e b o FOR RENT:- 2pearIt tmentn on FOR RENT ...01* Hlr. To D .e m B
SiLum's o p other extra Call Lt. Huo rkins & a trai Theater building, Centd Ave- 7" """ ..e t
E: --S pece suetl ot e x tr Cl L t. t A- unureN 14t1. Inquire CntI rhl- r S- 7 -. cT d he
choirs; mahogany wordrobe brook 4279 or 7 o133. ater. manager's office. .. H : .ou. A "s.. i sle
O e 2 Trred doors; lull set yen- r-

n insu e for4faml concare F AtLe9. Boo ou 'Riviera, o x-o t FOR RENT: Modernm rgeots Cale 42g Beautifuler 5 p t 8:f e ll50th GE
bl estinds f or use om conretrgerahore tmen-,and 10th Streets. cool. el. 3-49 1,8Pa3Wm.44h a
e Trs t ade by Cowes, :Unvex cllent condition, radio and Dvnei- apartment, t Strete. tN.I .in Steve ,MWe Rthe trt l a
Cai Balboa 2- sflow. 57 ano Street, Anon. furnitshed For further dotaio ll a rooms, maid's room. t s let o A
Eo Et re furnso 44ing0s 9. forc3l 3-18u0 3-Hu o p7 u or. back porch. rSnih e .o 8 O
ne n Fo l SA : a n d od o ire4 oadwn i FOR RENT uThr ne-bedroom r S s. garage. Please coil Mrs. Ve gab.. Tel-o: Oax O O ort (e-
LE:_ n. FOrA furnshni,- aord b-een o t- aFOR- SALE'-e41PontiacClu e oupephon- Te Nn T 3-2858. l t o s Ef.. o .i e O pI one -

residenein Golf Heihs owradio and d good s t f m S P or a lb tXires, goTad con9 93 A. ie ai
sdpano freezGer. retrger. tlon. dean $150 cash. Call Pedro meFnt, living & diningroomn Maide's FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom chalet In Spo
I nishes. o firy ld-eezer. letri .room, hot water. Tel. 3-2279. Bello Vista 50th S street No. 41.10:se ntoue
d..,ih.iCra. Owners leaving Aug. FO RENT.-Small furnished part- Tel. 1713. 1 'From France
et - rment. bathroom, kitchen and p E T- u 3ber. o 2Tporch__ 1:-PrA
PLE;- Frigideire.guaranteeTlephone 2-4912 until 7 p.m. and and 4,stSftreertNo.,1. Apply from 1 ,:45--p TO Dream By
far 3 years. 60-cycle, perfect, M s__ _ll 2-3584 from -"7 to9 P.M.-9___.m 200 to 5._1W. I" ...
tion oapartmeflt size 4-burner FOR L --Aweed o p- fr -om n12:00-- OIL
w hiteA Il A mOiWUo r o o. Te lephon e 2- 4 2D ouw d ba t Ian d s i ngle# $ M
ange. boh for $200.WCan Pbe. el ClubRe e keh Ren prtent: u hoR FOR Rment:s Dubished.sreanedsin lRe AE A essa, ,Au. .
nat07-.Wlimo Plc. MutdCnda Wn inspected. Phone 2-3065. 0s ened
*1 b., PhDone 2-2411 Balboa. Ceu sad C e fntle Club G in. At any p e. Phone..-306.
LE:-Sectional 3-chair setltee. b yo, Ivote t eYou, tlildon FOR RENT:-_L O 2-bedroom ap artmen t._:otsooHarn R -F
2 blelarge corner N3clonaI. screened. $60. Porras Ave. No. 56. -.' i WTo re P a :rot
coffee table, large corner Nkeys FOR SALE- 12 foot cedar and -b .uestO
.slde table, 9. 9 2 WPM, veryFO SALE--Modern, bland mogO-- Apply for keys apartmentPNo.h6.oeo'n3yEoutboard4w ith1e.h elz.h1one0before87:00)
ble. Tel. 3-2326. ny furniture, itenow; see to Fp- Phone 3-084 87.. d twit -m otr.go---otI1f S l Rev011 al C cerl
. .prcibte. Who b ys has option to FOR REhT:- -Modennapartmenr 84-2187 after 5 p. .I Ts ve l o
i Westnhouserfria shore o apartment, quit and COO Tel. 3-4911, Panama."- -R"e vil
in,,Good-si gtoer oh g namm9 :00 -T o d ea
1aoi 25.cyclet Ftotr"oas1950 FOR RENT. Completely drumshud FOR SALE DAmI J
t s ieo. AeoP Avo. gr am ) th re lar dt y h a i d r adio,
a67. Peru Ave. No. 26. Plymouth m do Paid, radio,1apartment, concrete. Gli. inspected. Rea l Esearat eor am
15:, Utyrost mitttostN.. 2.wApte9.Telr. 3-3245 ~oyNorth American neighbors. Regular Real Estate a -1, 3 9:3-As
t:4 eo thec mti a. pro-A2 m Te 3 transportation $50. Tel. 3-0471. FOR SALE:rLots 6c.Nsquorq e ar ru AJ0uUrRNg AL
A u drain arosonic piano. excellent tone, FOR RENT:-Furnished or unfurnish- Six miles from ferry. Call 2406 U7iatT. b&h t OdOi' oi ,
niaDhogn d ete au0 to-e Ciqo d 2-bedrooma apartment, with
4 b Aad6-xr4,o ofsmall kitchen, bathroom, porch. For WANTED TO BUY 10:05--Of TheRecord (Re -
Cwoundu Heights. Phone S n information see Fobrega, East 29th TO.. :d phone before : r:0)
-ln lFOR SALE:-PIl ur iudyt ble for Street No S18. rear of "Mercado W1n:E T BUY" 8mme mo, TRANSPORTES P:r o R fontd
d crploete wIobg lVr wdnsh artiabestos h1 Voscon, 10 00n to 12 00 noon and d ameA ND p rOieYto all aie B AXTSA 11:0-M e fTh E oteainery hC
lsot. sitt ngroo r a .. ...me an.wh ile th e S na23.nkm nS A .1.1:3. 5 0- 4111166- T h e E ntertain er
Wirfa $10.50; mlciesStable 2.5x- --r..
.2 r B. ard.. ...41HoueN.. ..FOR RENT: -Aparoment, USTbTdroosts, .ek alyd e1s'

fd corB. c.A nc entnSurprie AlroT 1 i4' 12rOu:e5- Brodtie InMelodies- a the y btiss a .
weanIp% eDWIvs

l b .t t d2.3r ino h fi al Es- t eforooWiin tdat, rde dllb a lslnd e fle .t.a .. -. i

dN gw Westh1ghragn I St reet p. ro 4rTl n onstates cmring aedeNsi
rogrLm if tey!1!0 oran hiro- bu0lder h Lt'on frome li me do enemy ulld ivoI'le the 11 :- cD Amy 1" -- R u m" I"" lS4_

IsarpI prtc otue fund l toishe b ro2 1 n5do CiviSso. Ta ne R hegPio d Is. 8 2.0 Of,. e eoe r t
; eor.- t .w..thorn rae nala rotten Pihan-C o o
; h . e. 5.N o ful A v- FORr RnE .n dro tr hr t. ead As. fm uiW H a( r T o

2s mk4 P-ma. 3- 1 o utath t oo e .e ma- On rer J 5m tree t Daily ne rr "ce-e to o mad aom to 4:20-What's to urn Favorite
) Wra.orl ,i-co1000roo. SReuoppl e nml.U )-. Ar e p ne iret yone .eal D closesThitI Rc WOficT.is

.Bebo a nn e d tea t a lert a es ol beetn r i nd 2 0d to 8. be d 4: 0). ...... Dr i dve rs r di T_ I .l .
Ao e a Ce.n Nrom 7hdon 4 Rte1eiv2es po-tense direco rswha o m t r entl Ra pid Na me Dei vedry bl AD T 52N ewsr
as irservice..ui sla l.. r -d to refum othiedeWirhprots or" m r aiAte, rrr m=sAb exvle lda 1 3 o 1o3 .q,_

CI ."la Ap l..his Iiteetpnda ss ur- tense P forces to moblizdie r w it h b ml r Sat RIBBON. ".
"rtdhig21P theil vDeft fsh CRegionombianwe-"Or s2F;

Servicdrnvopo rfd.h.l lpce nlZS .. Toutscl. RdOlobe r, Earuidon n siheaduar-.o oI ories In 2Cot !.4:00-etre Reeew:qa".
Sto l n od mp. thmhl b oon- u s, o 0'. aon prns so me e duhe ls w moo.de-" '.
.eceied-apecia citan ohe nexae aitmareoeqtoday.tAcre:s;.h,.N RICAPEORaO4N'-mil MEL-AATo ayanord-
INGTON Aug. e UP Tho e irgate. have f u F rGm laeo. s eret" evrenoetkmanffnper on-ne I 1 --sued W feeda.nd---_-_
aa0hC bn ews alatmiOitratoriSaidoi skills raceyMrI.-00lam.ut94:m0-What's poureaetordte
wheheth"d.mdeb.oswarSp rata l cannouncedetestaalertr u emCbeenI10,00.pin .Exame lC H:EAoatdooeh
'L- 'l an builrecommendeddbye1tCterCivilode- Sngyorm2.0 tor ne Dd a.u'.e criset
s0.Ad ao p who r eca o y- he eeivtes t en-ee directors who met recentlymRapid,. .II -
headquldes conScots arter.Lo:30-Repovr Frlom Thy.Uoo.A.hatpcwAndims thJ 7652,." "Yoa
for~ bu ir enenti nue ma.~tggs rr erP as a o is service hTere:xofis&ille,deigned-td)
toe w l t .o e ttoheo oouthth oj especially for lctthoetest'thesabivl vd"r of .de-ra -: o 0 V-OAre'.rToeVetersensoVA) -.o o
tib eineerstandraassof thetcaspf..e pam our-'We hae con P0-oAkdFmob wnB RT t
0GeMasonthtFederanmost raIngct is lea tof the Colombyanolas ovf j not tedseveral qusspes poebldr alItNSR mTdptime l
w l ocoubs,lkoe.eanursldaxon,epres-tioonmeiofPanamaweresimilarlyd:i--Ltf WithaTheeLyonsxtoeRaymondrcisesat.oeerr a
aI, sat Pr*tor8a:nal !tZoneeioouts y. spet-d. uring. it.e foee admattweo,
obi eecervedhatspecwalncitatison.wrroemThe exact date and ttme arthe teandsinMregional.l7:00-withFadvane ot y a Kt. -- uaORs 4NPenL- At a specilawads
i ldin g.loa-sUfor Theioreresthe r esul eg anfFntand preparatio b- uto WGo10z2-NelOneader ove Jlmst lml sT rne-. p i ._ .
tha t Be rd demanpt ed mulaomi nio srtonlar "w, df a u o t heClmhebian-mandtde' hisec rethev stasurperisonel. a" mL a 3.3 Patylalig&awa-d W-- ra-e -,
es wilwhethper the Fed.tprodIts madote byf nostwcar aipars t a fate wes rctre dceremony:helSimulat tea ctin iualalot veDlr i -. (US1)l iRaTI v w4.10 'e ldea l .-
si hg Adminio w asion stiL gtE xile-oLec eovheld lIpt 0 Cn l oeg o Ja- .. . I I shop.ec retonaiesissi. dl M u -eNCE HEALSUautom o rt du d W ed to hA
mortpaes for a m-ifsth ey w erenYork ur ed mortg wo r ovfer, Pom1 al is. t TheiSeven stwould involve the r'i. --Sa" VOA Dreama(VOA)"rint-Bereaauof'nb z r-
'liiged 'wndfall profit on stmoreuthanthe co.st n do proJect he newe rs a e ilde Au:. .S (UP)"-ogod to..PoSm sp da
w orplo a n s ,t e n d ,t h e n o k e t ednth e e x c e s s a st P a xr o nt b r In't hreeo n gstramtIo u n- te an s O farl Ad nd edn s -,4 0-t.'- S:- --n UcR T ha te rO fEAm e f l edr n. o j ) m.hr..
ha rgnia Dett ocrat .it gaovernen. ensured morg es.derrthe., pK n Wof C.t Bueckmana lid Some ofthe VHomewanRdFrbound..ng.. 0 NAfOealon Vth ea w ord aotes n-

a of the Fuo A, asked tonqu Cwi l of ew OS ensti appar-nman a tloran d Soutanishsip x0, e whe_ ther c ret lUwogn Sm ,Panah

IS oa dlosur ,~ed tofKansas City, Cncw i ant, Capum.- man aste r Wes .yKennedy.o TroopLion- Roe.-,, Caaidy, -: __- ri,,- dent.was greed a H a i -toe r v _.

last month was listed as having ehair-man---Otto Thum, Pack 16. waine, Don Onyde, Wayne Dick-,of the Pacific Fleet.
T made -1,273.n0 "windfall prof- enson, and C)Oennia Reid: Silver As Rhee stepped off the pl1e.
it" -n the Claiburne Towers proj- Ialmot too Attend Pack 18 Arrow Pointa-Lanninle Pate (2),1 1300 elderly members of d
~et in New Orleans, and that three, G1rCo. Sole Plkalse- Ma ti Robert Hunt Unesu Jones Wil- lu's Korean community
CIAL SALE o ers the .company h ave Almost 200 W aba, parents, and son Alexani Don Brotherton.'Mal .e.' As he walked to
-0eem listed as hay made a friend' attended Pack 18. Coc C12" John Mqiwale. Don Snyder'and shook their hands,
alla of $n,370 on the Solo. combined picnic and pack Gerald GaMtSWld S6t e v e n ithe old men and womete
pa stertrtment develop- meeting held at Policeman's Wheeler; Denn 8tripes-Chris openly. ..
inNewones=. Park. Eats. fun and presenta- Scott: 2-Year Pin-Larry Davis;
d dti on of awards were the order of Den Mothet A section Cards-a "I am happy to be
demanded to know IFf the the davattiw was by dens with Mrs. 1O s and Mrs. Davis. jHonolulu," the elderly
c.mpay or any Of its Pro the Fleet Umjare AsAsoiation The bamboo pole was won by told thq crowd, "and I.,
WBranch No. 9, sponsoring insti- Den 1. T .m belint wheelbarrow say Aloha to a) my
cans or r to teJuss- tution of fh ac urnlahluraMee was 1= 7JmPhy n aal
sold out: a limited tuton of the upacP !Jmrace.adHawaii.
Assortment of rtm me for pos- sda. iee crem and priem for Charles ; olf wheelbar- "In early days when
,d votiet o r criminal action.,Srm';wl hebr I al aawe
r ri iothe rasees. row race wuwon by Henry Rape as a man witoutA
Pacjchairman Howard Wh and G g .Mi;, bear wheel- made Hawail and
and ]6 ms. er In 4arge of arrnmg- barrowraw won by Gerald my homeland."
EAnA Sme.tsI ile demmitteemdn w. Ga k. 9llWheeler; sand Rhee was first off
VIE CAMERAS. .Ci Mac Alemander was In charge of the.Hon owwas won and w as followed by
theOOgRmes. CS ater W. &by John X"oip and Robert Cat. The pair was presented
&,HicksmOMMMatheku1mli f e deetw!d, e. Stump And other
OIJ Tawards: Thed-If-gracew"n -.
SOJECTORS ,oat-Sn Osrdner, Deni b won Wy . Wheeler and! Ina brief press
ent In the the l athsWheelbarrow Race hee said he bt
equpmet i the as on Mr, Mc~waine and We trip to the"0
trt rnr:can made. Wt-r fth{.-ul
wdub"t werea won btb defense
Awe M 11 olar uant. to id t -Ithwft
A stric **- n
w at on $8 e dA For mrm n thogh & "V
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"Ohms, expect such a recepild.

oU t siods e ick.o the tI
aer to I step into the
A 10 In the Ionnlo
sa: for satties to open.
YUc adoSh oe fro.,
ey state I U0omie trm s
ttmslve wiat kind onf
establishment the Preident hs.
"Is KIfeais here. now?" a hope-

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UHORT-BERS AT ? T WBITE rHO: l" a maN rodeutiao
eratleyw1ith the maina emphasis on
1l woman alkai *s a of e nil- to view t State Dining Room,
fomed Secret ve eme. the RBi, Blue and Greep Rooms
"Yes,. moaP'," ep. Bad the East ioom.
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*^me to ,,,..t',r 'a U.0 ., la, S a -,.a
yore hanlce
s e s wih tv i w thae I e selve col.
-owed balppy-f bo't e

Is.. t a T" 2Ue cegotIntjiterior of the Pres.
U, wf ape 'ies

I e home -lon dilw ev y I
dyII. kl'thid?"
group Q Oirl Scouts
Sit' lay Gay Nlinetiel
of Mrs. WUllam .owUia TiM
Those who jhd been tU ag be.
fare noted small cbnge th 1a
ao a critical .mo r'Jawn.l
for per enmm wu d where
t dome was obvioiN hvli
gotten the ae Rouse and
t'is the fterican jmobbc,
ia g peEk at the first hos in,
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uintts D It Brings Reports

t IrMToi y's t Qeat Epileptics

'-WW.M awt w 2 ir. mmoAap l omtn iv a.nnr-

IWo of neuogy at Coli o r f oar the
.ue famous what quest lons il be asked, but
ationeet great men and et- O lertS ce man tells fm
psble Individuals. ne time a lady de too
n 3res d1,ono't peoe 'o wasthe th stdent
o- '-.kn ow-ora Ofah Y. a
that d.* ne duce ralit Tourist m the White House
kno pe suff from with him ew he p
T"1he wetrQnap Ut eI hurane e able
Comauln 9t epil epy way down -.
use o the name a cau of e wander rf
death em in a. Th Mayng.lh stplan, Ed-ball
Corson eaid a number of well- "r yot,.tho p d bato lle
known pe, m 0o1suter from epi- with him kow he sadn the psy
1epay and even more bave chil- but It never wa dislosed pub-
dren who are afflicte. cly during Fo t fe.. .t woUld
"The weU known persons who havek rOiv k prodeptl a big
have epiUpy range from artiste boost i t t b known a sports
throuteve e wt teIn Indus. ero Weum.' o of em."
world about t, to eywon'therel -- ----
luse of their names al nt to aampagse t the
to educate the public pbout epi-St e trts.

lepsy. Tho uered with epilptc chl-

Wle o9 the treac heroes l evenmllao dollars in parking
dren keep them In epn I t 1T by h 1 Newrh state man, Ed.
The dseaver s kept er con-munidms, the New Yrk fto Au-the
tool in mo0t cases thVugh ex- newspaper profession as the

day the epiletWcOO am sur- Milk end milk prodoets are the
mounted their difficulty and a- most important sources. 1 cal.
world about It, to ahow there Is -
no reason to osrai" those whon High quality uoci harepos r
have the ailment. tant to daimen because t the
Coraon said the ben player cheapest sores of. nutrients.
who suffered fro t epilepsy was -
one of the great diamond heroes Sevenmiluon. oars in- parking
of all time. meter urevesu 'was collected in
"He suffered from epilepsy but W3 by 1B New York state dim-.
he never bad a sIolate between munities, the New York State Au.
9 a.m. amd 6 p.m.," Corson said. tomobile Association reports .



S WAMIA S-7:45 DIA. S "SoU ariIbpeet"
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5s1e 2ea5WT" Imunpm. Ior~a ra1 n.ig_. w. .w"--
.. ----, l-ti the diabmsAa_

shorter' than Adrey Hepburn's. .ron..
More like back Webb'. A top baseball player who died
two.years ago wad to have
Holywood-s d suffered from eybut h
MikM an never had an ttak during a
two -wrestlrs l rle game,.
d l Therosed rito p An estimated one m o
ewboxms in Ve 24tand iloe no.&oric ea BufferomePiLUs.-
aa sc t wuill a a o* ar nger m te reer mm s mai
'rsrin m-atc "eause, saO .o.osn _

-. tasde ths iis
Mie he aser ds te a as .
a f ,,reUori But, te. B .he emete ,rK
.... .... teafls eO tInien f pe ase
AIXW A Ww WlavT gBob their caroera mi ght be Ied I

hea-s ailf a
Metdt.' mom In o Bob Mat. anymlone 1e ....., __.0,_.,
this Storyo," is kelsy to be Heari o.me m l.edical exp* rt
,s ---te----, I .ou e .-of th e v a 43i M lud i ft.-
PrtdicMon: hGrae Key' to. r uMMn, to
Lioins, will sek a Acareer csdte f et a nnd
iftershe redv hegrofrom death biht nv other pi-
tl _UxgerSwiy ci ?yvanip I 4 nuft.&d
e pring.. .co..ld com fro m f f If
thObliC "M Made Aware I Of
-WI .o ]ier W e. curs b othe att.ei4 r 1 .
t la oe r U. .A apary, Albet -o.' w~e eemu lm
-YAM haflw- i4"mtb= of WV ysa'.Mf (e-
med .__. In- aea a Ie~4.._s.y I- I
sdould seawni, Ne eMgwy
me wliam atlrs office Is that epews I
reading aIs l TV. shw t affct s and
Ym~a Su~e..- Bee 3lMt" abiltTow a
Note from Paris tells us that Doctors oommlted drew up a
ltalba actre Asna Fr-. Ferrera lst of aome.ot WO Wa_.00A 1,
b in the gay ety uyiing a tr, 1mos1 epfleptic. It ieludedwrtt-
"eau ber fla to"M era Guy do Maspuaant, Ieodor
to lmanOad Ab a DoItoymwevy, Ciues_ "mI
vBambume anI stred T
SVl S7WAM name Is bl igslfm na pointer Vincent
Sfr thlife sty of an Oh also weaed a
o owbot painter Ch rles M. peptcis.
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Complete Prize* ning Nqmbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1848, Sunday, August 8, 1945
S*i whole tket has 44 pieces divided In two series "A" & "" of 122 pieces each.

First Prize 9777

Second Prize 9302

Third Prize 7984

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$ 44,000.00

$ 13,200.00

$ 6.600.00

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Approximatio Derived From First Prize

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M. l 7 11 Ii4 44"A fOn $ 441.ACISO M WI Ni 0 S

Approximatios Derived From Second Prze

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via'fh t*&b hias u44 plee whh "A" and "B "

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Mfom A's;. YanbiaLose Whips GaM

W YORKM Aug.9 (Ui). The 2C0 :ela pna e t e
Spsoed opened up a four-game lea d I l the m esAln p pl a 'PedPro Tei, 17
-and posed a new S64 question: I it Nowt oM r n Foutclassed h to ar Colon
S eny the9 pIndianas who were ch g e.wdh o .gglng In th he featured ten ro
I n the pst, with the Yankees mig -to W in W Wrl at the Macarena bull ,,'
gold. But the Indians actually have ba stejhla pt a Tne j udge, who pn S
a asking pace this year and they're traveling 1 Mter than OwhMnejudg s theh
month with a .77 percentage. w n tesly, vo,.ed 51-49w t
Indians made it seven victorlt In nin se thi moe th rcl Our scorecard i d
Y-2 and 5-4 triumphs over the PhlaMdephi Athletles yes-. G arcia. Our score ard
, picking up a game and a half whe tMhe iiiakees bowed WUinni ag b y a wide margin

c a8 for their second straight los to the
blow to the Yankees, who went we two wer e o7 oThe ft .n1thel of

andwna half offt pherce. voted for Tesps 54-46.
onl 1pocngebart shows how the Indl ail have travel led in Colon arciage started ta-. +- 'L

| *?^^a-a; Imporgn Wr ce kept gTTss be@.s^
solid left hand shot&.

the 1927 Yankees.and esW e puertol Ria fir andkep errys 1oLo119
A pril Maa Jn- e J uly Aug. s on S e t ln d C o me
6so-6 e22-h20:9 t1i8t-3o -i the bseconl ad hadm
g ained-hi 19-10t 20 s ix b If 1117 aa la7- Ta *s in thenetoon ... het wt h

es terday' sweep also sent the Indian s back vethei m.79 In t h,0, ft ther RM xe .
in woh-and-lost per entale. Theis a in lafpeentsee tn don Ga __ 3rcia flush on" ($. "_ ,ii --

hThe l The first fight of the evening _ _p__ _ _ _o__________________
onK euly I$ point behind the Amen league record o .714 Ingan exchangel snd aau -I I '.' ^ll ^A? S g l d

ate 1h Yankees. e The as a a to was ovPuert n 45 seconds. e .r
catcswtIrmpotant-S erle
'Over nra Ga buToacrro
d of n .hith a tcwo-rund g a oubl e1 a 7 r an oss Colon e arct a whe h-e bo O ut n a a a

pitched a seven-h-h oon an M4 dtor As,.llb Iovl6' wsi n001 e" t0 P.r a.
the opene r t wh ile NO. t a i e Puttar i ghim e nt osen to bd enwent on."o b" o .. .
paS-in the leain gue. a.hid p t d le a chi Race Vfihto I **--."f r,,. ,l.u * -" r -
winreata reoun ro lo emn her r eeous ne ,end
Tigers bat the tan se a R onte levei tight of during an e vexaa t'-R ce

he s Dcon t rthF ghplattertag day wb ehos-es Senator o A a
a Ime n t e- TT ro l dropo.i the thi rd rsa e the Bal thg orrwing .no da (), Oae (2) aaRu eet ie
hitfes wasnnve rrIs

to ieni Te bohit boa acht Club our-r r teamha been ble to do and Crowe (h)n Coco nolo Du- ing 1 ofig the u n
n~i oui. The a "rainy easn re tho on beat on val (10) hroder (8), wgn t .
a 8 theeo ced ye rdaye at v1:0 thi rlhoe floor. ame e ( ), Edge ( ) and Hall te
Sto S run g n ohrm h neeWo en aors -,p.m. e f c rain ea yoon wnnm s re J vTo artt: w b -

i anetle, Osloat ktAaadoneaf t Teared Ieai bemi fin l da- he three Kobbe lAlboi Ar0th and p 2 .(1-1
ttht kockedo 1 thedldosrprosBhlo tr ac...-i-

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T high peemlr e of sme yary
I Io a. wh U stakes i all at this.
spa's 7y4ar1edta beles ath Is dat.
The will be particularly alluringif Native Dancer,
My$or,-o the- mile-and' -40 Ar eI Triomphs
0o1Os sae with pum pro0ec t of.opposition in the Whlter
on AUg. J, and the aratga Cup, at a mile and three quarters
i Ax days later.
SHofver. for the ukterly scrambled situation amon othe3-
prlod5" ths *beelnI offersmal l prospect o0 fri"0n.

Shag= B, Sun Briarand Man OWar. But old Saratoga, once
&Time WU wh of the me t, Isor u.nd o compst,

I T, e Week-day ptAtuel lindle lere Is redolent of old lavender
andi reh nt of qW.,in whihaA," atskoke, now fWSh s-
l 't ..Year-o .m S in the recent Arliniton Clas-
ale at a mile, Irrrd King outfooted a. famous field and entered
his na mot o.he potabl .,o1..hisd_.,ulqn
S" Saturd Ina the e Bok Chice Boak- M W t
ii-nd rzaseondi something caned Punkin Vine, % $"e. colt,
Anso ita hasson all sasA, with the 3-year-old racers as er-
ratl oasaso yoptea inn epidemic of larnlOfI"

^ t"oirreordes), there if no 19n4 -ont -
Sthe Di, a yOU aow yourelf ..w .,
away tro he, Prekla d the Belmont as aen
for- tha. s-year ld a and, award he.Wi t
nUne, winner of the Kenucky Derby and the Bunts. DOO
Among the.h ]ua exprts who ca Wtheir vote or
is Will W reY. trainer of Nati ve bDcr.- "I4
Deternte had been asked to Ithe Preaknes and the Belmont,
In addition to the Kentucky Derby, he would have bad an ex-
ceeaRtiance to be the first to take the Triple Crown since Cita-
Utioh In I48,." Winfrey told me.

"As Determine had not been nominated for the Belmont. A.
r J. Creoolin. his owner, and Willie Molter, trainer, decided to pass
u the Preakness. The son of Allbba las a game, tough little
The fact that the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness and the
Belmont had been split amohn three horses, and that only De-
termne Haty oad and Correlation had been double winners
In Important -yar-old tests, must not be accepted as evidence
of deterioration in the divisialon. Winfrey Insisted.
"I believe that we hive more high-olas horses today than
ever before, and ale more poo horses" Winfrey continued.
*ihe brqeding. of thoroughbreds is rgulated by the old law
I* of asuply and dmlond. In recent years, thk demand has been
terrif C, As a reu.-a lot of bad horme. haven bred.
"these are flush times, fnanc Bo of the stakes
around the county m in trato r figure. The ure of
S the aprt is umeedented. If money gets tighter,ales will fall
oft. and breedip *ill slow down. We don't want a reduction of
Sttlaig back to the 3-ye1r-o4ds of 1954, 1 would not rate
them extraordinary. Neither would'-I cafi them an ordinary
lot Asked how he rated High Gun, wiener of the Belmont,
Wintfe replied, "He Is Jst a good a-year-old.-
Wha would Native Dancer. bLeddllnayear, do to a field
eamnpe of .-Ztermine, HAsty nAd, Coraton, High Gun,
O, n ole, Jeto nand, ard King, which have aspt the 10
an m nt- ,'9p1l60les d Wlntrey, as he patted the Dancer
C i C C

Sad country," contvued. "tabm-
m ay more. Muow many choose, ech carrying
could STive flue adeounts of themselves at a mile and
1 pb of'sped le Isd us ins a aner ddl-
th tre are being made faster and faster. To
u inth newspapers. Certainly not for
Sa pleading for a lot of dow courses.
A isafe fart tisak. ut if there Isn't

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(NUA Telephto)
8iAKES OFFER Arnold John-
Ion, a ChLcagp realtor, said that
he haa made a "fair and sub-
stantlda offer" to purchase the
American League' Philadelphia
Athlei witl "eyery intention
91 movhiK the club to sansas
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Only Two Cases

Of Stimnulation

NEW YORK, Aug. 9 (NEA) -
Spencer J. Drayton bad to work
on only two cases of stimulation
at the. 23 tracks covered by the
Throughbred Racing Protec t I v e
Bureau during the ftrt six months
of tils year.
A total of 51,d24 horses went to
the post during this period.
Director Drayton says that
doping and stimulation of horses
is a problem of the past. Alert
supervision, lab teats and educa-
tion have cut the problem to al-
most nothing.

to e. minute al pun.
sBt, they've got soesone
m 2T )ublinsk at quarter
a o two separate units.
OA," SAYS A LION spokes-
ma, "the All-Stars have five full
team to throw against our two.
Our men aiue older and take lonsg
er to get In shape, which gives the
All-Stars an edge in stamina, too.
/"W're wasting a lot of time
teaching our veterans phases of
the game they won't need during
the season. We're nolectlng our
roaokes. About the o one who
figures to break in the game i
SDi Stits, a halfback from UCLAV
on the second unit."
Gargantuan Les Bingaman, th
Impenetrable bulk i the middle o
theU defensive line, is learning to
shovel 2M ball back on offer
"You should have seen my
snapbL..ks the other day, "H
chuckles, "when Jim Martin was
practicing placekicks. The b a.11
looked like a wounded duck floun-
dering along."
Felows like Bingaman, though,
will balance the sales for he
Lions. They'll outweigh the col.
legians almost 30 pounds to a
man in the line. Old pros Doak
Walker and Bob Hoernachemeyer
still ramble behind the front wall.
THE AL-ITASt eaomlg In
From an intensive three-week gird.
ing period under Jim Tatum and
staff at Lafayette, Ind., aren't ex-
actly puny or talent-shy, either.
For one, the mediocre quarter-
backing which plagued them In
the 24-10 loss to the Lions last
year, has. been remedied by Bob-
by Garrett of Standford and Zeke
Brathkowsdd of Georgia, probably
the finest passing tandem to come
out of the colleges In the past de-
For running diversion they can
call on John Lattner and Neil
Wordea of Notre Dame, Paul
Cameron acUCLA, Chet Hanulak
of Mrylaudand Vdryl Switzer of
Th line roster Is spotted with
AH.Amedeas -- ends "Don Doho-
ney of Michigan State and Carl-
ten Mase of Texas, tackles Art
Hunter of Notre Damoe and Stan
Jones of Maryland and guard
Crawford Mims of MisasssppLi.
The All-Stars have grabbed only
one of the last six encounters-
when little Choo-Choo Justice and
smaller Eddie LeBaron romped
around the complacent Philadel-
phia Eagles, 17,, In 1850.
The full tlly for 20 games
reads: Pros 12, All-Stars 6, 2 ties.

board of education member, John
C. Novak, 33, announced his resig-
nation because he wanted to get a
job as a teacher. Novak, who owns
a contracting buaiess. said he pre.
fers the "modest and secure" sal-
ary of a teacher against the "ups
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FcCarthy Censure Committee

fay Delay Start Of Hearings

IiNGTON, Aug. 9 (UP) cedure in the Interests of a "fair"
an Arthur V. Watkins hearing.
lay the special Senate The American Civil Liberties
toe studying c e n sure,
against Sen. Joseph R. I
by may delay opening Its
p until about Aug. 2?.
Utah Republican would
a definite starting date
told reporters the six
te members probably willI
few days to rest and clean
Simulated business after
ate finishes its legislative
possibly Saturday.
time, Watkins said, the
an select a staff and put
rk laying the ground-
r the inquiry which In-
harges that the Wiscon-
ublican's activities have
disrespect on the Sen-i

nece developments indl-
enty of fireworks.
In said committee mem-
p be "in a better position
; Job" after a short lay-
tuse "when we start we
a ieep going."
Sthe group will meet
day to discuss the ques-
Sstaff and rules of pi o-
,,cluding McCarthy's de-
to cross-examine Sen.
E. Flanders (R-Vt.) and
mho have made charges
him. I
Said he "doubted" If'
examination issue
decided at today's
1d added thaf he has
K nd" on the question.
Srvln. Jr., (D-N.C.)
member, said pre-
would favor such pro-

ior Party

Tfs Off To


)ON, Aug. 9 -(.UP)-Eight
ht leaders of the British
Party left today on a good.
salon to Communist China.
schedule a two-day stop.
Moscow on the way. The
a arranged a ceremonial
a for them tomorrow
he host was expected to
40 minister V. X. Molo.
sr prime minister Clement
e red the delegation on the
icribed as aiming at bring-
SChinese Commi4ist lref-
end to the idea of "peace-
Wistence" with the west.
I at the airport for com-
a charges that the two,
fVial Labor Party visit
mae trouble between Brit-
Sthe United States, Attlee
S*et see why it should
wr. smludenrtaadlg. I
'a member of te gov.
knew. I do not
any basis at all
Ne for American appre.
2be men we knew a.
(the Chinese)
f Bevayn, leader of the
Swing, saidthere was
gr: that China would
Im the same Isolation
Mped Russia after the
P.revolution, and t he
"stemmed from certain
p Iu the United States."
|Q ae tBe ian k uV1er

,to Red China. or
bd was Ignored. Then
. invited the deleatio
n the Geneva cofer.
o~eA-naight t

zoo .

(NEA Telephoto)
LAST, WORD -- Sen. Joseph
McCarthy has a final word
with a Washington newsman
before entering a room for a
closed hearing of his investi-
gating sub-committee on com-
munism in the Boston area.

Union called the right of cross- ated the stormy Army-McCar-
examination a -traditional safe- thy row-if it is ready in tinme-
guard of individual liberty" and regardless of whether It clears or
urged Watkins and his commit- criticizes McCarthy.
teo to permit McCarthy and oth- The report is being drafted by
ers to cross-examine adverse Sen8. EVerett M. Dirksen (R-Ill.)
witnesses. and Henry M. Jackson (D-
McCarthy Saturday accused Wash.)
his critics of being "nice little
boys" without the guts to hunt Subcommittee Chairmai I arl
Reds. E. Mundt (R-SD.) said they
Sen. A. 8. Mike Monroney (D- hoped to have their draft fin-
Okla.) retorted that McCarthy shed by the end of the week,.
had injured innocent persons Explaining the reasons behind
with broadsides that fell short the planned delay in opening
of their real mark., hearings, Watkins said be and

Watkins said it is Impossible other committee members could
ow to say howlonthenqui their full attention until the
will take. Butheexpressed op atedispose of its present
it can be completed In time for work load.
the Senate to act before the N- ________wrl
vcmber elections in which coa-
trol of congress will be at stake. Site For Catholic
In voting to set up the special t
committee last Monday to con- Church Detroyed
oider the censure charges Church Destroyed
galnst McCarthy, the Senate
stipulated that it should report By Buddhist Gang
before the Senate adjourns.
In view of Watkins' time-table, COLOMBO. Ceylon, Aug. 9
the chamber probably will re- (UP) A Buddhist gang today
cess after cleaning up its legts- burned down temporary sheds
lative chores and then return to and structures on a site where a
the capital later this year to con- Roman Catholic church was to
aider the committee report. be "built.
At today's meeting, committee
members also were expected to The Buddhists and group of
consider narrowing down the Catholics clashed at the ilto-in
long list of charges against Mc- Metotamulla, 20 miles touth of
Carthby to eliminate duplications Colombo. .
and the list to manageable size.
Sen. Francis Case (R-S.D.) a Police reported they restored
committee member, told report- calm to the area, but were maid-
ers the group also miglt throw training heavy patrols.
out charge which would not be Premier Sir John 0o9elawala
grounds fr censure eve, ittrue. Issued a statement ca inf on all
Case said the committee prob- citizens concerned to 'contain
ably will study the findings of .themselves" and help, preserve
the subcommittee which Investi- peace.


NIXO MEETS WITH COMMITTEE- Vice President Richard M. Nixon poses in Washington
with members of the six-man committee which he named to investigate censure charges against
Sen. Joseph MqCarthy. Seateg are ,(left to right): Sen. Arthur V. Watkins (R. Utah): Nixon
and Sen. Edwin C. Johnson (D. Colo.). Standing are 'left to right,: Senators Francis, Case
(R. S.D.): Frank Carlson (R. Kans.); John C. Stennis (D. Miss. and Sam J. Ervin, Jr., (D. N.C.)

U.S. Promises 'All Aid Necessary'

To Vietnam's Anti-Red Refugees
GON. Indochina, Aug. 9 gver the strength of the Commu- could not rallU national sentiment
UP. )- The United States has.nist Vietminh in Southern \'iet. against the Communists and
promised free South Vietnam all n2m. diced that a referendum on BaO
aid necessary to support political With the last of the ceasefirea Da would give him about one per
ref fees r o m the Communist going into effect in South Viet.,cent o. the votW.
nor, it was announced officially nam Wednesday morning at 8 o1 *'i etnam risks falling into the.
tisda clock. al of Indochinm a will be hands of the Coimunists in six
U.Y ambassador to Vietnari without a battlefront for the first months," he said. "Vietmi nh a
S toldthe Vietnamese time in almost eight years. ents are operate with impunity
i nty the United States The advance ueard of te inter. everywhere an are or anizing
nderM rte the biln l tand play national armiic te orol com- demonstratiUng they wish
Part in helping to feed mission arrived in Indochina from -
howe.the -hundred @o thou-INew Delhi, India, to supervise the! '"We are. v.w u .the decomp&..
,fa n t from Red rule. peaieson of the rMe.We o
,Uj.jjjrorein .s..a Forty-eight members of t h e er recogple the he of sttae .'
Mon 0 m a aI.raay has. I commuxsion flew into Phom Penh, I Tha n said his sect the
be n= Asfutio hnu Vietm Cambodia late yesterday and largest orMiaid
*with o DC,4's and 153 -'s to were Vested bysa crowd of al-.Vietnam.T ndy-to-tak the i
the loyal Indoehl- most o Ipersons. respon rf-at Me take up e1
Vietna m.. 411anw fiv e J ttalio nls o f the ,Lru n l a fighting the e a-
-- out last .An a a.]H]a E ]ato relgus .sect's private -croa hing mmunista
of Cunci, 25 man Army were reported today to ha%e H was n ..e "r whether ]$&ut.
betweeUre Vlet,!s9eMver to..the Communists ina chieftain f S aRa o 'as Army.
and a mob cd r obedwoaagainst playboy'had hirnaesi -d the Commu-
A~ae Dal.lunists. Bu t reaching here
sahrieked tase time Gen. Nguyen'said he livebattani..of
as t hey x tary leader !'the sect's eAmay ntothe
JstongIBao Dat re-. enemy Und..eilhwvet
Iepublicly heof 'ai
Wtheyoung em. g iO
adning on theIDiem, ed M. ain

"M iedis the playboy agreemd
to be growing, in half.
L ,Dao D wi shew

SHOOTING TBARM,.- Detective Frank e .al kneels on a
Hartford. Conn, sat etrU he gets ready a to aear g S aelle
into a store where idward G. Ouinan- fled. water shooting
,, women.

Serious Labor Unrest

Strikes West Germany

FRANKFURT, Germany, Aug.
9 (UP) West Oernmy's see-
ond major strike in a w k began
today when more tlMa 200,000
Bavarian metal Worke take up
picketing positions a some
600 South GernanI iitr
They follow by five. day the
smaller but important strike of
15,000 trahspprt 4- till-.
ties workers in Habu he fed-
eral republic's large w~ilch
has paralyzed [uft' t t iporta-
tion and reduced v ter an gas
supplies to a vital. minimum.

The current wave 4f labor un-
rest is without question. the most
serious to hit postwar" Germany.
Not a single majdt strike bas pre-
viously marked the phenomenal
rise of West German in uatry
from the ashes of World War II.
The two major labor eruptions
in north and south we accompa-
nied by wage noetiation, demand
and strike Wm jnPoo
all over the Wdu
ing Federal Repub ,
Workers in a wide raneof of
cupations are showing te era of
postwar cooperation am ow sala-
ries is over.
The fact was that the German
worker now feels it is his turn to
get a bigger piece of the pie. Aft.
er nine years of willingUess to ae.

Six1een Domin ns

Picket Whie House

To Prolest Visit
-A group of .16 Dominicans from
New york picketed the -White
House yesterday to protest an of.
ficial reception given Do mla an
political leader Rafael Tru
at the Blair House last Wednes-
The group, led by Nicholas S&-
fa, information, secretary of th
Dominican Revolutionary P.rty,
included members of the DomiLi-
can Liberation Action and be
quen; Memorial Committee. All
three are New York organizations
of anti-Trujillo DomnicapC'.
Silfa said today's picketing waif
designed to protest the reception
given by Hehry F. Hol!and, asis-
ant Secretary of State for LatiAr
merican Affairs. in honor of
Trujiilo, former Dominican Pres-.
ident and now delegate to the U.
united Nations.
Pickets came from New York
by automobile and returned after
about two hours of demonstra-

Agree On Biqihi

ForAsiatDefd u

LONDON. Aug. .9 (
United States and 1
reported by official
day to have agreed
blue-print forSoutf
d=1M arrangement
cu d at a conft
month in the Par eI
The blueprint will I
to the meeting as i
negotiatUsa on a w
dan defense organ
Britih eource said.
It Was aid to hav
from eonaulaoas bj
Us. and Brtta"i in I


ate drive to

many, i w"IW more money.
The natowide strike threat Is
all the morie fi in view of
the general relletanee of German
labor to use ts. most motent weep.
Fort y r of flna l W il,
and a ratve turbulence
have i .ated a stro wit.r
job secity 1h the German wrk -
Observers agree that A u g usi t
and September wif.be the crucial
monhs- of the trike wave. Most
of 0e worker .ultatum! fa a-
round the d of the month or ear.
ly September. O

Natonalt JapaPe demonitat
or staged'.a haif r tdO-wn
strike today-nde the o.mpod
of the defunct Soviet Ruian m
dlon but dispersed after Japanese
police rushed to the scene.

A group of men estated a
from 40 to 50 in size forid the
huge main iron gate airing the
impo bg ubut forbiddn m
and camped aeselvei
inside the walled compound.
Tie atdown strike c se at the.
end of a rally held by ,t Japan
Patriotic Party in a do n
public ground protesting Rusa
"traitorous" entry into the vat a-
ainst Japan nine years ago .o-

"It was a bunch of ~i "
a Russian told newsmen Wi ga
a window later in the corn.
meant to come from the mission
on the demonstration.
ie demonstrators dispersed
a .the precinet police chief
uhd to ie m at le head
of a p-man riot squad aid told
the to come out of the guds.
Although early reportsmddur
kttqm d to hand'qver to
n Japan of ut
L and e of O saf a
prioers of war, police a th
was not true.

aXimS s Gal stumbles from a
were ha barricaded himndelf. PcljObbed te a
SInto the store until GOinah uedered.

Brazil's Armed Services

Demand Assasin's Capt fure
. ,' . . . "

RIo DiApAtROAug. (UP) R that air Aiiter lNe
-A a. th e murer ha! rm we
of Ar Ruben: V O fflicialy.
lf oat by two mea .
Of a me' wa atly wo e ear
guard, U'RdS7toDlt3i uno am-
1ikita *nifaiii.U *UbkL....4 aA-

WUem anmel nam e the

" *Io. He fOta which
fired the fatal shot.
The witness drove the taxi tn
which the -unmeutled. the saene
of the shooting In j0. fashion-
able Coptcah a t etct.
S death has ed an at-
Mosphere of WouUn g crisis ii
the Brazilian caplta^ with the
murdered major cdprades in
rMni. dema ding quick punish-
amnb for the k r.-
Military ards aound catete
e, the Ian "White
Hoe," have bn tripled, nd
sold and al! stationed in
Rio have been o to bar-
rack s a precaution against
possible riot&.
,Some '200P Army, Navy ad
Air Foreb fflcer= rangg in
rank up to brder a

The meenx wast

quickly tight.
Ged.niivlo iorals
Is..W 0

-Hw could they hav done
? one police o said.
:.h Bassias don't ev show
f eir fes."
O of the demotratr. tel
M that a 41ovi WIIlb"


WSW" JI. 'o".
Inlpet 1iFl

Word has been received o ote
IthmUs that William j. Sernick,
newly elected Grand Exalted
oRer of the Benevolent and Pro-
ve Order of Mf b, hasi an-
nouced the appo nt of Wl-
B t e D aj District D
uly and aneD Ruler forb
Canal zone.

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