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rninalon of the lease
nes Mot t- compoa-
e fl& a brother:
'eupe,. Borto, Jorge
to took over opera-'
he hotel on January
the pFfht. the Mot-
the b i been op-
a conslerable deficit,
Decided, o terminate
rear lease signed lat
because te volume of
was found! not to be
to warrant continued
r, 'dOnt ptel means
inployes wl lose their
if Aug. 31, When the
rated the hotel the.n
maploye =a, although
Vb wa re ede gad-I
Dli monts, the 0oteI
ider the Mta oper-
Ant anno cement of
ate. ad la i :reope-
i hotel b e sub-
the public sAna* March, 1919.
lnder the management .oLt;a
decorated, reitted and general-
ty Improved. .
No announcement has been
made as to whether the hotel
pool may be kept open as a sep-
S elte Writers
Re place 'N ihiist'
Newspaper E r
MOSCOW. Ag. 17 (UP) -
The Soviet Literary Onette said
today novelist Constantin BSimo-
lov has replaced A. T. TATvo-
bovski as editor of the newspa-
e of Soviet writers, No. Mir,
because the latter printed stoo
riem which displayed a "NIhUlst"
The gazette, one of the Soviet
Union's leading cultural maga-
zinea, said the decision to re-
Trplae rvoovskil was taken by
SPraesdlum of the Assoca,
tion of Soviet Writer Aag-l,.
'PPwflnlwtvk *n,,fkajna *> Shi
PORTRAW OF A PRINC1 Princess Anne of England as her
fourth birthday portrait f snapped in London. She is wearing
a frock of figured voile over taffeta.t
Reds Start Moving 'In
.,% tS es.- ,
Howard Munro, just returned from Washington, SuN
today he feels that Canal Zone employes have scored
quite a victory with regard to favorable legislation n"w
being enacted at the capital.
The legislative representative of the Central Labr
Union-Metal Trades Council said: .
. "Last year we stopped the pendulum in it adve'-
swing, and this yeak.we are pushing it boe In eorilva"'
He said it looks certain that the pay bI, which woild
mean a five per cent increase for both pItal and clas
ed employes on the Zone will be pend.
Munro, who returned yester- Divided lifo three e
ay, d that both chairman of the bW would: -CH,"-
the House and Senate Commit- i ay tryel Pel ene a -1t1
tee told American Federation of emixir we ofAfr im,
Labor unions they would do V'tff O ete ,two S.' ,
"everything possible" to get the WiSAfectr Cnal
raise approved and signed by 2) In case off at wu
President Eisenhower ttis year. gene m n etm wo S
"My personal ober ton, rantel wturnS S
unro added. "a that t neay StSand hef
bill will be worked out In Con- cont wli rein
Concerning the travel .bill, curre w
ARe M said it has the 3 f o i r
dw an : 3,I ISlmenov au, thore he novel port for solse 100 striking B
cH e Weu. - -V TUUUUm InDays and Nights afbodt the nlan '*tal wor s.
?*- defense of Slt gradl iau -e World B.Fea e mloaneol wo pickedSu p
i~I au Vitor, 11, wel' knon War Two. .r.u.ar food for the a
City bdlneasmmn, was p epedly .oniscated thi
S SSSble mornaIng at the t packages K, saB
be...s- din Pas cemetery ;-u Colombi-n Hurt syi=Ad,=d n..
Id --J if f he nl lgpallan servic- .es were held Slightly Ins Fr ll ceve s Home food t .he ha ok
tlo ',s .itictal cirdl at, rthe Alva ot. o FrOm La Bo Roof mese to wkeders a fro
t"v h notat m beds a cadmedduadivideal ed an Panama ct ye m pr a beahi trn Ca S urta
S M t W t t rt b la f n l ste e oo O isto -
"'u metS' e atotc 1,h, prgig, rectoreo thtedaA cnao. re w-- he, who,,- Ini strikers wthoo d, t=ueaher ut.
u a un t 17e ofd..poi...rgotaEs wea
M ~e.--.l.. and.s W -o -p. CAa Me/ -har mest yers trdn
.m.=t. ef N ict 0bu*tew smnd
Sey thee pharly onsd and "righ ducd the services,. from a La Boca bulling, was back across the bo The thre
.esac ewsw court. Mr. Victn r had resided in P- not considered to uIpa serious truckload delegation from a "cl-.
SSrsterner knastet Begd would known In shipping a nd business H el today, foacetory protested they had just
Se, have made p p cir cles, he made a host o T ned an Matlas 0. coe oer to "entean t
Sreportedly,,. __ o o,, ,the=,
Somber members and cafleed il friends, and many of them, from Per a -old a n strikers .
ai1nd ot #mth s mo_ ate to Reds to resort eten further ll walks of life, attended the laborer ".i- Ma wa ehile 58c,,000 public mhn
a tderroservices today. e ed roofing 6i vagn from school teachers
o Md vand up to Rep. Cha t., al0ek (- Mr. Victors ed d ri whoer- ofed r Boca when he fell to The ar geto trse were oting
i tPPea ra ofr e said bi a outl e ta l c the had b en rushed buIldin 2.4 cent orly wage oost -or to
SCo st movement as a pol ater bd Pera examined on the accept a cent compromise
lO I cal party, not as a1nb epra," i mnjr ed In an a to i ,acci cene by a tor, d taen to f e r. No result o texeced bem -
.== -- asd the S enate voted t oIdo. dentt which alap took the i of Gorgas Hospital W.here further ostrikf.
as l uW i&thr tWin.r etnato will t a- one of Mr. Vector's ,. examination Ind ate no se uman
,WIN; a m along w Ih the a d A ndr dhnabou e thernIan
B th dny govern- a large degree an d iet son, iho erred to Banto Tomas. mea t leaders the metal
Sto Deocrat who here from the United He is employ by oracor industry wer scheduled to
acgT firma or (Celued en ta ge Sthe ates following g the accident. Ramon Parades. again trlay to discuss as
wl cdio h arad to be proposed compromise settlement.
BA eWS:senfrBfoosts~j jlgeflst knw In hi pingf dune m / Qhe ntA prp-b me gaysday c
stg rbroe 'a 1 U i oontgemot
T he oerprt e-ti t e
m ate di and otste nd culture delegate
Sto rollowd warnings from the met-r re
a. ".,.. '- ", .w e -- M- w ie M .0 u l
er Lhe t S roun-sevice d easedb8..al workers ui f on to strikeahers not to
Th =dA2PD.Cal, (R. MrI ER.C .U, EarItotL, disableth w flt alotthe .a so voin
f L Noun l o (UP) oe aster i sland belong to Cla owned by Garner s. Ta The beento e
a ilsaid the Amei9 as schooner miles rthie e t had nt as g. Poor and Nicholas favlplcella. e the strike. *stiefr-
SWat ijammer, owned by news--in
Tft s -and)^ Cwoman Peggy Poor who w as on a The esayter the W Islaed's asla -. -. *** **a14 n omrief
,a ta ano ai a m e resed- te- nore trip, ias "fea reid sa t Fch seec ulated bl e N a xece e
a br Mofthesd lost or disabled" 1 1e .miles ofM rad iean, so he did ne t k deow t no
S t Fao pin ast, ater Island. h A erea n p er w a a.
Ab to. TiD lattW The L9ek C4er1- n
todhwaster had net i i Hea us- e gave no Indication how hed
fttl]e- b ted e.nesttVi tera a en plane knew of the Windammer's diM- of tSaoulaIntemal
____bills_____inte a rhdtoe feae .w ag ae-el tress, but Folini speculate ihted he l H
as of niem Wday received the information from
gggaaUftefon, wll Mia Poor of rOrleans, I 1or- Wtednesday the 11th 100 miles ofn RoPeainlytscs
at a p.m. at mer for the JNew Or- faster Island. Please notify Na-
n leans Nai the Bars editnn val authorities Canal zone.
climiaed imJrtedntomalO SWtre Wa taile 'omt le t windjammer regletered oit of ts sith
01wagT the Coast eupad o tan Francis-
So reported;tfe registration of em-fod ndculuredelgato
fol- WIw"aammei-as forom 3tew Qr-
M siiay, Aug 3 Law P13W 3Bl11R am A Brrtish teebdmctM als beside the i
a- aemh :e am. ............ 1:35 am] Gi, taeg M as lI ght jetdon s t prpmg.- a d ld-e
h S B p n. ....... stag m.Ww ee hee wter w B threi tin t a .
s: w y asteny De rM Ba var-anv I
skr co4ulMd ehjy te "entertain.I
"op wheeb.the group had plan-
Po ice emptied the trucks and
told Ae 90 occupants, mostly teen-
age girls, that they were Tree to
play, dsace and st within the
hc headquarters yard, but
ben -eheeked with the Dmn-
serafle *betun, and the
"itasiuon hai been cleared
up." Munro belteve It will be
called on the. net seament
calendar, nd be feels certain
It will be pained.
Rabat T nse After Roundup
Of Over 400 Terrorists
RABAT, Morocco Aug. 17 (UP)
- Violence In .ihis troubled
French protectorate dwindled to
an upeasy tension today follow-
ing a lightning Fench roundup
of more than 400 terrorists.
SObsrvers said, nobody was
prtnding that tip mass arrests
lad ]removed most of the trou-
lem kers or even.very many of
But they did make those still
t :large think twice before
earin ag anything new. More Im-
po.rta was thapt lks on Tuni-
ilan s e I f-government were
aoeduled to start I Paris today
ad Moroccan Natlona lists
xanted to see hot that would
turn-out before they decide their
Violence which had killed or
wounded 364 persons in the pre-
vious 16 days claimed only one
additional victim last night
when an unknown terrorist slew
a 86-year old Arab in Casa-
_e.b treeps finished off
.fla y's sweep-up of 400 ter-
Pwu 1iast, pirtotype of the
fiat an Armstrong sldeley
Sshipm en t .
Sntee e ,- wao .I.
4I wiea aend the
rerits by arrestin 18 IS perso I n n tor ca !
at IBas-eri near eeknes action nla tort eas@ew p
4$Caiablanca, only native tinue after death t cae
shoy remained closed after sthe accident
workers in government offices This means thatf I an~
and most industrial plant Zone emploe drs in
turned to work, spurnink a strike in which th- e driver"
order backed by the outlawed .for la.ma .
Isti La! (Independence) party, court. ameretAs a
chants, thsecurigh thy fores kepttheir the House te
sIons in nd out. amendmentM
stoshtered, woe Imany President for
The city goods returning to nor-
carts drawn up In front of Ths brintgs
their own stores. erae up to"
At Fez security forces kept Cur U
American authorities at Fez .
are helping find new quarters m b n
for French families which left"
the native quarter there after -. ..
recent incidents. U' DI IU
They have, for this purpose, "s l
given up apartments and homes I
being held pending the arrival KepeHInd Jnk*
at Fez of American families of'
U.S. Navy and Air Force person-
nel stationed there. NEW DEL IL ula, t &i
ed ashore o
der a coverlag
Rear Wheel Of Bus '* F %* A
Terekhol, reports r vpa
Runs Over (In Lisbon, .the P, ..
overseas Ministry ealt
Onia O fre f Terekhol had been ow -
0on Pa h strby lice, not Feariaa.
( ministry deaied that
A fqur-year-old La Socan girl was any botirdmet baut
was run over by a bus in the Portuguese, at
Paralso, is in critical condition meu Dims was
today at Oorgas Hospital. |the re-raising of the
The little girl. Amanda Jones, flag.)
who lves with a godmother,, The reports Jwhere said N
Josepblhine Qaigle. is suffering guese forces arrntoe
rom internal injuries of the tion volunteers" in the
pex pegio.L scale activity In th d
ritory since a ms
.Aepf to a police report, march" from laofta M"
she t the bus ,in Paralso Sunday.
at thi morning, ran in It was undertad y
Sroft o 'tBae l, and the rtar Terekhol's
e a r .M powered the a
he_ bN,.driven by Is- cusoas
mealAi beg erto ISia e
tairsee b g
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opened to at least 01w1 1
V i M A IL B O"X commentator. SoB1 I u 1
FAREWELL German RepubUc and .o th s.
payroll Branch Russian front, for that manl r.
Dear Sir: The dis appearance 0th M oh
.. It would please us very much, if you an blish the attack heis more than a kidaulm m-
Story of Miss Florence Keily's life, who Is retiring August 31 from and more than a one w senne. Ja.
tle Panama Canal Company, after 30 years of aervic. tion to be lost in the dut settling
S This story was written using all the names of Miss Kelly's on the dossiers of a disap.l
coeWOrkeTr. In the Payroll Branch. by Mrs. Ida Ruth Fuller. It 'warances thousands a d -bm
was read and given to Miss Kelly at her retirements dinner, Fri- friendsif. Otto Joh's diasel l
ta y night at the American Legion Club. anceif we take for 'uantedte a th
DBI effectiveness of Sovie hypnotic d r*
drugs and. brainwashing teo .
THE STORY OF FLORENC KELLY'S LIFE niques-endangers every 01 kid
Otto John not only la w hesb
Back in the early days of the Panama Canalt our FLONCE our underund si y st.
was a young girl in New Jersey. She TEA:oIot af R Bany ow W5s planted Fn Poete jleo oa.kte
where there wasn't much to do except WALKER roun4 the so i[new the-n .s crt ao lat oua
hODES or take a TURNER round the HA YS-tacki bases and the strm itea of a
timacrne when se tC d, e ehe ssaid. a DAIS' dIQo atomic cannon ma o
atnRg IslblvTher Ae t ao nothin doer 1c A-nce be ayno art oe e e shos
UhNer N ouLYNN around here Ion enough. I havOUl rne whica tey parc h A
ne I feel liho-MARION, and AL N -lyIeont t I w a aimed
Stae t I r is liable to BOB up. Notri ge rA Mi ian C te ao w a -o he
I awell get ofnf the FLORE CE-ee the world. rLARU e the aids. o those r we toron
fSo se took a boat for Panama. HOWARD it e ws, go. O the Russians will. t t i a .
dayS! I DANA wtnt you to get the idea that there w s As im rtantSh .Am n IsINit age e M g et
t of Ot8E about the houses or the conditiTons eraeAsnodo arightant s1 otoOErntsh aLU ri "
.orlPrned to COOK St and evew t e sthe saiw a t bl the W, ewso ad t ..toa aeh
fom ti ou rse, on Sundtoy EVEL NtS she a e f E ragica hd I e. "it-nasp'. fte b "w
around the park while the band played.to 8e rew tired o cause, thero Rutl daredot to "h1 k1WWIi
Re OtNioed sohhes-oenev eryth I n p daltl c tu d o ae kdpbtoJi5te. dtbon, c rd e a be tat or ht tao r g n thot saes lea sb
ABR ry inparing ford new te rasae u a Alt ges l'ot imarressernaLon., In.tohvei-
ere oal.rl l eg th oh "I BECKer et oE ut of hereI-lmtnlv D meeres of geat It o. ted eo he Ter
wantD to ge Y. dion't~l i ie u t ,a nyDW M-L rulny.f..... er orterwdhe will lic it anyeall w- had fom Iw ZV
IY, wten she thought it over, and aid to hfeverself, AMMIRATI the U.S. ae Otto John and the wrk are aandming to show up t the of. erall makes e hun, so a ht ttl my own, ea l here and off
or, DOROTHY why I stay here. Thno back to the so ROItates and y o hs "Offe out r of the W n ordf .o in 0eptomer lean bronzed, nac of coconut cake with m iitoa vanarn D t. t a a e
,"COR; -tO MAC a change SAM da soon, .W.ILLIA. A N, WL. publi's FBI and a central det sbl will be acefompllhed by a cocktail heou r, We donet play the ols to w oee aonlyjhed de wa dan nat/og om swt down at _hWs |^
1SAphpiihU-Gele nn eSTW n tahl n ink somee ha lee n u e t B lot of different me O twt tat leapoo ad o went to d a Jab
A new tradee" b) snapped. %a ka trSt thern sttho b in
teddprto-frsBM. After noseYid14M yeuas. ad
I'm tired of tring too. e a new eper e rainwe. yeasher then I have no the Martinis, bananas, a But an
I e it, "O ENNI not having to work payor or later he will beculd By oe ..
Se DOT n a HUGH ship to U back to Panama, and from soar d heart ailment. wn sde ui m ftou Sptsed b e st
Sarrivedsheannounced. Here I and I Int he and hs ndide were there. I was tary pet, I withhard hawithve been rummage to get lt aded. T h ey os of on- quarters orf aen hor. s. d ae
y ECASSIe RY everything I own." I was t we A brid e first, and I think the talk around my special almanac thndhflavored cream-che.s Bu to Reuark's Delight is erlve ot rso nless ee tayrvoe
hand s.ewelWe'rthe U.S. ofE Otto John eet to ou .o of meeting him. have come up with my own, with dip potato hipmakes me hun sau h wit elo ice-ereO 5e to ourtdefense"
Yway without eling a non a oo u foyiwe 1 seep the Uputi heery uteheisfml w k ern n em wamlatly maoith s old gsaIN it
DOROTHY why I sta y hore. Thinks are not so ROSIanypof his Ofe Forirtsectofin September leanbrd, ofncoconut cakeV withaapsl t.ownacijY lalb hiewthat bandh
.sa weteto I orO John was brutnlltur -,athe So-athsf T. h I on a bacon and eaten on hot bater After ae th.t Iolu ot ofO EI. Aa hiee we ra--,
..'o el lik .I '*e stitution," the German and otherwise c. lic oti sample b lmalted e me up to the RFrnte t akeI.updofb.ecutr ter e afi a s r iw ga me bers tH
MOORE. 8soonfel lie park rou nd PE GGYasurel u*?e"* l ndace-brown p an c. paste and thi the t thtrIre fe~ iltanta noe n S no
CO To MAC a change SA y soon. W AMSANNWI.public's wI a e o ly be accomplished by a cocktail h the lobster. We don't play the onf two dnum e more 50 to hered hu A than action
S of pe live n the STATES and think their chances aror British U.S. German ommunist p composed exclusvee e of potato a up. And lot of differ quent mix In f twablespoons ws O W, s eWT tea se t i d
I'll MINOR die n the attempt. They how to el He had made contact am. ton of ,course. and ei ht Martnahis, yhoney 0a srwofd ga eel G.that o state a
SSLL be a nw experience for year ao. Since then I have no olives in t heeMartinis, be simple, so.anas, when the red wBe sht o
Sc ENNIS not having to work anymore. watched hisver to our sidely. Much: Assexercise (f r o m con in- is served, there Just a bil en- t that hape'l ls he said
I I ndinr stuffed thok es, ships tnerpiece oof on)d There is hot i ed can say. But of heavy cream, dt reervalo for dha pving a
go she's r.RRIGN leave us. Thi s w hurting the Russians e yonnaise and tun -ih salad ekeeverybody with cream gravy, which n my caethed'oeures. or We else sooe e ce
onI two weeks. Now, don't think we're RAVENAU M Y we're badly. Yet he never betrayed ou tary pet, I have been rummaging to get loaded. They conh is of on- quarters of an hour. u itar ovtant in Ha
bride. Nor wahis he desponet, as round n mutter social almanac ane, followed ionfl the mavoed ptcream-cheese gunk to uks Delight week I nl 1 duri war, tnd i'
S Mal hin |T|i1 Pr 0 riIkw In Ie I w- rD L io n ofnm c *Diin h h v com up h m y ownnwft hd Ptt gg ogor oh cobt .a turall fed e a nds Bu I pera t b ter
S aOl and Farewe ll -We're UZregrettoeago. ndent who had not seen him in Ht l and butter, wtrin t beh e dip potato chips inth a oepr igst does call for ej.m eh ai nt tlao to defense tha
S or, 1041'5 IBne! | -ter m.Wls aelonhmtimeotr who hdw nvert and hog Jowl. Dessert is apple dressing. You have a n Boee of .a tempted to eat, leAgtt' S o
1AGY awawithouttelling each of us oodby.We keep the n m n h i w hich t o bore you. in a pastry he; pimento-che late a a u a toppedit ol
Aa nNintothaotwector, you happily we fed, and you will anchovy-td olives wrapped in cheries.lawr TeC,
John26 Ar (ab.) 0 Disorder was brutalizing the coly rVe on a diet. bcon ande aten on hot buttered After Ir. assor
; P rinknowlofracy. Alaskan ad aw
v,,,A wtia mekew of yu m closed on sample e beaten biscuits, and Pretaels. ou. A N an \
Sb daty' senuhBeimade a u Ihe fact that the Russians could y rte ed o -
48unt rAn Dulnles of Germany meanS w --dttobei-
toanerectd scram. whitewinei
Skle 8a- vrin-por-- t 'And of Teour under re- b? as brownvrpop. paste a nd e thi ene thibe e ea l-and troedmofrete pG S o od Cfarlp a
Seds i to, to fgrol Oo John. orces reserve pol hch thwhich have brought t nd hone with the lobs stiff opposition eral govern't ment. re to e d
40i Fbmish oEiseasaa hower adainiastry. Cofn s e. There was fear that undvecroalu. qua Tis bethe -tw bottles m0 oi omve relco e" sio we d
i lo Oe iet he ils not have bees sor come involved'seem somew hat in. military training was e .n t disturb d the NM yoal A P-" to t on L --'It sac.a
Bi44 Armyd of preo t W M with re s of oviet in vanten i his edsnakChocolate alerts excusable, to ot cenl meaans nerd e tioation o the asthe et h serto
". M (b.) and secret police ags ne U.S. There has been a reserve pwrob' l andcheesecake. e o meso mensrnere d winduathone a lsu .ato gete a ihd m ai l hmilitaperus e rl
S k-beetle reale that th kind of loakand le since That was There was ear that e te the ine reu of. be -orf 7 oliaait n b at Wa s Ci d an 's I vill ,.i
S ene rd naly camera oeraton s the Soviets' when KAssortean emergency i ibe s eprved o theei hste r neioth ornhani etuone b ea
08 U Aruflead ;,hre fp I expired, gPvins mhe Pr dd for flood or tornado guard duty, biaken- a wait-andpe' 8 Agul aa, en.ig beret dnasideenl e e U. aT mBiIll
SDrama pr i am concerned wit the ue voluding stuffed chokes, shrmps terpiece of whefood. There hot fried calNa thean't nahny. But Youa h t O' A r oud formdefense
It Reopiundedh lborin Soln th0eah eie r sovo oment. Thouh faces wash this problem Guard could be called out by a Departme Defee a to l t hade e
ba h for over a yeare White House state governor for strike duty wc deIny that the glan ordw a ta-, -, wh--hKd lYi a ,'nc
", O l W ha Yet ha e neve whbetraytedo u oisinestrong. Then spa- may be t n both the rice and hastard W dYb&-withy govr tin -
Sside. Nor was he despond k he not asked Coterse to am edy the mohe cosat angle dwas not solved now ican in order to quid l DE1RT tLe CS Clrd t t
2 To3s erd iIr.5 Haong uasmbtsp on situatIon drrg w thi srion. sUnder the present system of fed. and tOA'fears.
eal pwas rented by so many c tres. StroInoff and pott salad. c orn. on.the-cob. naturally y and avp Inoe init I'ma erseVIC~s ties eafor tto
bui MaeChldig 23 Challenger grss bal ponde wh o had not seen him. inJusHot before he resitned came ta cados stuffed wion this year. The Ho President o h
S hrie r In time or who had never and og jowl. Dessert apple dressing. Yplan wouhav ce ot h ie ofe I'm tempted toe a"lettsto ..i
Sh antablescrap see government 1.9 billion m. year Ja .to John was with
eINumber many friends that wee in Berlin ,&LADY'seIUS tNCE pln
t simulat dek Armacb.) workers ir w eompufsor lt. menrvwe b.y .a a.e. ln he orm of dra iea- at.
24 it 28 Drone b 41 Fishuce point demonstration for world democ eon, with all details worked out. 1t yarrinn wt on to lead
Sruser esIe ero42tUnusualeDesyeracyefor Aeve Alaorkess dHwoaw Key congressmen refused to bu I a I
Ci a e beketthremllnmenwn weight being 44 Bewildered i a pigin 2 Bustle a pkets lateinatehood, that they mt
Moo. pTefOact th aela e our most scra. three million in rere. Present sessiononbtgth
elhi"0l elsnatch the J3d. dgar Hoover or the peen en only o It.
succinct Allen eron ral sr in Hannan p Nans Security Councl. That add the
S The sar er of th Company are hereby noted hat the plotted this one for WASHI NGTON -(N th A)- The oa S ce e National Guard unitsto d isttellJoe
Sailed ml a very long th. They would have tt a a a I t over U.. ae this makes sense, the plan stroyeled e or takeh over bytfd- MAi and Charlie c t
S8eia rfli-Otto John.fo -rcesres erve po in whichthen. Is se alatifo.t d government, e t t itm e
40 -ayier i hi t ilel :Th eew-f r u the hoat- dwl e n a r. se o a s atio universal This w eas u the&M eta mod ooftpa sa t e oe ltaRm itte so we
measpndr cltatondt the heportelesr P anma oituated toe ViEisenhowe oereoRdnotrtao brrnesh as1._be
11era .... dy. ce withlthis problemGuardcould be call 4ed out&nby a Depktm.n id. e., had to A..4.1emade".%
--Authorinaton to cancel a series of first mortg aAgan* naval opir-toes and to moba Natinal Guard a lhere is opposition to the tao o Hannah--avefuther t o I0.
bonds and to cance a secon morta to the aov- l *'p- must thetodre be required to re- ganizations who feel that their oxi U L o amIft t5" t
ernauent. tI Amerleas the same Soviet se. rt lnstantly for duty with organ- had been gored. Some congress- National i asd canme st
34-Authordstlon to execute a loan agreement with The cret which ordered the a s trained o media pe. let it be known they woult what upset at SaN
Chase National Bank of the City of New York and anat Otto John and runs tiOn Ina like mantiarcraft bat- not permit existing reserve and people who hadn't bee
to Itse two ertes of mortgage bonds, the. first for the lab i i aie work, con- ....
M DOO,0000 gUarnteed by a first mortgage, and trob Ceam Ma- imo oW" officials in
the aeacnd ortlet lO ,0.0O guaranteed by a second some no 15 fO~t '141 metal
"th e tg ages on property number meat. e% a J!2, steront and -
.e the Public [, Property nOua gt- fields,
of Panama, Volume all 04, just
and a the ovale permanently located oa it
soueg hrmatter related with thhe P A L a O JohnS F ED
sad ts Me*"go a6 orha os of our
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UlLei ,Sio took the occasion
to announce his retirement from
bbt polical job to return to law
(e-attee rfe the fall election.
lieald Ie already has a legal
cAM echedualed for trial Nov. 8,
aix days after the election.
Hall declared that the Repub-
lcans already have knocked the
badc campaign issues of the
Democrats into a "cocked hat."
He sadd the GOP has scored
foreign polled Seeses in
Korna, Guatemala, Sues, Iran
and though the EDC program.
Hall said the only "minus"
factor It Indochina could be
laid to a "native hatred of co-
lonialij" which was tacitly
supported by Democratic admin-
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B OSWALD JACOBT
Written owr NA Service
4 10918 Q082
SHIELDS FACE AT ARRAKOIIMNT Ronald E. Martin (cen-
ter) attempts to shield his face from photographers as two
federal agents subdue the enraged 22-year-old Queens resident
after his arralunent in Brooklyn Federal Court on charges
of bank robbiu. Martin and two accomplices were arrested in
connection with the robbery last Aug. 18, of the Franklin Na-
tional Bank in Floral Park, N. Y., of $190,319.
Crackers Neck, Tenn., Harbors
GIWho Went AWOL Back In'41
MStcshell, however, said the Re- 4 AK o --
publicans have been "at each A os
other's throats" over foreign ol- North-outh vu. CRACKERS NECK, Tenn., Aug. I Just told them (the Army) a
IcY and that "the Kremlin las 17 (UP) This tiny hamlet has little about what I knew, too,"
taken the Initiative everywhere NUrn West wrth mi been "harboring" an ex-soldier Tester said. "I told them that
except maybe in Guatemala." 29 Pass 36 Pas who went AWOL just after Pearl they'd never make a soldier out
Hal said the GOP has ban- 4 N6P. P 4 Pa Harbor and, until two weeks a- of U.o. I taught him in the third
Ished "-corruption" from govern- *4 N.T. Pass 5 Pan had been lost to the Army grade. He always was an awk-
meat, but Mitchell charged the *5N.T. Pass 6 9 Pass or 13 years. ward boy. I must have convinced
new atomic energy proposal was IO eI n Pad- 1 This is the only village In the them, too, because they just
equivalent to glvin away the Opening lead-* 10 country bearing the name Crack- dropped the matter there. We all
public's resources to private in- ers Neck besides the one in Vir- felt U.G. was in the clear when
dusty. gnia, 200 miles to the northwest. the Army didn't raise any fuss."
&"i Wan alway the people's South thought longingly of bid- But now both have something in One reason the Army didn't
property is corruption even if ding a grand slam when he got a common besides the mountains "raise any fuss" probably is that
It is done in broad daylight," positive response to his very prop. which surround them native Crackers Neck Is neither on
le..adn. o er opening bid of two hearts. The sons who got in trouble with the maps nor In the Postal Guide.
r P. Jons, executive Blackwood Convention revealed Army. Its only business Is Tester's gen-
editor of the Syracuse Herald- that North had one ace, but then Crackers Neck, Va., Is the home eral store and its nearest neigh-
JoUnal, presented the newspa- the repeat Blackwood (the bid of of Cpl. Edward Dickensoh,_ who bor is Mountain City, Tenn. It is
per. *1e t in a panel discus- five no-trump) showed that North chose to remain with the Corn- located in the area where Ten-
f t ABA's "Canon 35," had only one king.8'South therefore munists while a prisoner of war nessee, North Carolina and Vir-
W e, intends that picture- reluctantly contented himself with in Korea, then changed his mind ginla meet.
t and broadcasting in a small slam contract, and accepted freedom. Diqkenson The Third Army in Atlanta
Cul detracts from oburt digni- As events turned out, even the is now in an Army prison in has confirmed that Mains went
i iw small slam was more than enough. Pennsylvania where he is ser- AWOL June 7, 1941, and was not
San West found tty e ing a sentence for collaborating appehended until two weeks a-
I. ..%eI. mu, -. -:,,+. i' .. .was a.kes IntoI. lotody
S br iSation of ais home G a as sidewalk Officers said no action will be
8. _. resources, declare led a club to evangelist who walked away from taken against Maink and he will
R ioldt. dummy's king and finessed the a Georgia military post in 1941 be discharged immediately. They
Tdoma W, t in queen of spades. West casually and wasn't bothered by the Ar- said "many angles" entered into
the dis -' played a low spade, and South felt my authorities for more than a the disposition of $the case. In-
Jones Mid.the canon .t. wrong disappointed that he hadn't after decade., eluding the statute of limitations
whUen t ptes ta t plb- all d a grand slam. Mains' whereabouts was re- on the desertion law.
ture-tak ni roaocasung or tel- Declarer led his remaining club vealed to the Army only two Mains lives on weekly contri-
evolefg will detract from the to dummy's ace, and tried the weeks, ago when military police button from his curbstone con-
court's dignity, spade finesse again. This time, of came to his area looking for an- gregations In nearby Mountain
Miller suggested the canon course, West took his king. West other AWOL. A deputy sherifflCity and frequent appearances
milgit be ma4e more acceptable then led the jack of clubs allow, laughingly told them about "an- at outdoor mountain religious
if worded In such a way that the ing his partner to discard his last other boy (Mains) who has meetings. He married a farm
element of detraction:would be spade. probably been AWOL longer than girl a year ago and they recent-
South had to ruff the third round anybody in history," theV said. Jy had their first child, Tester
. of clubs, and now he discovered The deputy wasn't the only said.
Maternity Call to his horror that his small slam one who knew about Mains'
had disappeared. If he drew Army disappearance. Lon Te-
Turnstrumps, he would have to lose a ter, general store owner and l T orrow
T s utTo0spde trick. If he tried to ruff his former justice of the peace,
low spade in dummy, East would said "everybody knew."Fr i
BeA Bad Dream overruff. "U. O. didn't know he hadFor m
South would have made his con- done anything wrong," Tester
MUNCI. Ind. -(UP)-- Police tract if West had won the first said. "He just came home fromI "
Sgt. Jim Carnes received an em- spade trick with the king. East the Army when his mother was In C fo ilz li
ergencey maternity call that proved would have so chance to discard sick and stayed on. In a little
to be a real nightmare. a spade, so that South could take while, he got a letter from his Funral services will be held
Carnes got the call in the early the ace of spades and ruff a low commanding officer reminding tomorrow at the Corozal Chapel
motning hours and ordered a spade in the dummy safely. He him about the dangers of stavln for th e late Carles Salmons, whapel
squad car rushed 'to the address could then draw trumps and claim gone and cautioning him about died Saturday at his almons, who
given hm. The house was dark so the rest of the tricks. maybe getting shot as a desert- raise following a brief illness. He
officers pounded on the door until South could have made his con- er." wa g llne He
a heepsh young man appeared tract also if he had not tried to Tester said that with this he services are scheduled for
and explained: repeat the spade finesse, and ner- warning, Mains' father came to p m allowed by burial in the
"I was dreaming that some haps we must give credit to West him and dictated to him a letter Corozal Cemetery.
woman was having a baby, and for his deceptive defense and of explanation which was sent Mr. Salmon a member of the
before I could get things figured blame South for his greedy line back to the Army. Sr. Sao m S i member of the
out I had called the police." of play. .. "I've known U.G. all his life so his wife, Anna, and het is childrenby
Sam, Leroy, Mrs. Edna Sanchez,
Mrs. Emilis Lloyd and Mrs. Vida
Arthur, and several grandchil-
WILLIMANTIC, Conn. -.-(UPI
el sah-m J Tlai 2a 2 A--a-
-%.Dar ie . Isa.co, "ecSaC u
jury when his autmobile sded
and overturned. While getting out
of the car, he fell and sprained his
You have not seen Cinema-
Scope... Nor heard Btereo-
phonic Sound-until you see
OW. A~~--m 1 #01 A~~~ r
d the plot was hatbed in
0 an sa the. over-
Sthe Aen gowenament
was "the most serious
the Dommuuista have suf.
since the Spaniah revolu-
JGU Japan (UP) -Six-
-ld Naml Hate counted
lu cky when, after he
and fell on a railroad
he engineer of an oncom-
stopped just in time. But
lays later he was offered
Sfine of $1.u0 for violating
railway regulation against
ting the passage of
Pla a nd the
Ats, "every b l( the Gute- iJuneist
lan gov m lding the setback
presidency wr trin the ri He sa
Cof the har l s e Kremlin." uatemo
rate as Guvns of the -
documents found flemena' "per-
snal files" nced yes.
noterday tadet hi astillouse corn- throw o
mass, weveryl l a the Guate in- June
ittee wll haunchi A Si-scale in- TSUR1
.Vw.igat lon l B8__ ie. interven- ty-year.
ton in the Wettr Ingsphere hiselftback
According to wIn, the dorip red"p
eUmento show that Afjml defend- track. ti
ed the rifhackW e lan Corn. ag trai
munists to liiterere. the at-a few d
fairs trea ss of other osurrend to pay
erend Guatmalan education policies a new
to the Conm hists, and denoune- obstructc
ed ant-Commll a internal tre in. TSUR."
Arbenz' statements, In answer
to questions of Guatemalan army earo
officers Kersten said, "cannot be
interpreted a the wo theds of a mis-
guided liberal or leftist. defend.
"They re the words of a serv-a few d
the light of other documents and
books found in Arbena' personaltrains."
effects, it s obvious that they are
the words of a willing and knowarmy
ing servant of Moscow," he said.
Among the drsocuments Kersten
listed a report by the secretarymis
guideral of the Communist Party
of Guatemalare the wridngs of Cha serv
nese Premier Mao Tse Tung. a
note to Arben from a "prominal
ent Communist," a biography ofare
Josef Stalin presented to Arbenzow.
by a "prominent woman Com-" he said.
munist," and the original of ary
secretly of the Communist Partdocument.
Keof Guaten said a preliminary study of Ch
conducted by Rep. Patrick e HillTung, a
wings (R-Calif.) and two staff mem-r
bers of Kersten's committee on.
Communist aggression s h o w d
that the ousted government was z
"for all practical purposes Mos-
cow-directed and Moscow-control of a
led" not mmunist "Comuar stydocnfluent.
Kersten also said in a speech
before the Wisconsin Retail Food ANKmem
Dealers Assof Kerciation that there is Andrew
evidence the attempt to government wassin- dts w
ate the president of Nicaragua, to have
ate the president of Nicaragua, to have
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FALL SEASON-In Cincinnati's General Hospital, four-year-
old Judy Combs recovers from her second serious fall in le than
three weeks. Judy fell from the fourth-loor window of her
mother's apartment and landed in a. dirt courtyard. She suffered
o'ily a head cut, body bruises and a dislocated spleen. Ia.
her previous fall, from the same window, she hit a clothesline.
It bounced baher to safety on the snecond-floor fire escape.
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TAKEN FOR $160,000-Three armed men held up this branch bank across the street from
s Air Force Base Headquarters, Md., and escaped with approximately $160,000. The ban-
id herded four employes and four customers into a vault after the robbery, are believed
entered patrolled air base through unguarded back'entrance left open for truck deliveries
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uses a "theater-in-the-round" tech. cause the home audience Isn't con.
nique on his Hallmark Hall of fused by too much scenery.
Fame series. "If the viewers can't see the
He himself puts most of his em. actors," he says, "they lose in-
phasis on the actors and their terest. But if they can see the
lines. He uses virtually no sets thoughts and motions crossing
and few props but lots of close- the actors' faces, they become in-
ups. This. he says, is good tele. terested. All I'm trying to do is
vision, and is also cheaper to pro. to give the viewer his money's
duce. It's good TV, he feels, be-'worth."
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
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Weekly sailings of twelve pasoeger ships to New York.
New Orleans. Los Angeles, Sean rncIco and battle.
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"0e01l round trip fares from CrkbIobal to New lerk.
Los Angeles, San Francise c ad Seattle.
To New York ............................. M0
To Los Angeles and San Franmealo ..........8W20
To Seattle .................................. 5.
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Fortnlghtly passenger service from Cristobal to
New Orleans via Santa Marta, Colombia.
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MR J. M. WIJ.LUAM
"Some will come from TV," he mental of comedy entertaining.
says, "some from what's left of "Being funny is a business. And
radio, sone from night clubs, any business takes a bit of learn-
some from the stage-and some ing."
lucK few who will just discover --
suloenly that they can be funny." It must be dandy to have mon-
way Red paints the picture, ey. Take Phillip Beauviand, a Can.
we have no worries on that score adian sportsman, who has enough
sIta l. And he may be right. Canadian dollars to play with.
"The same thing is always said Beauviand just commissioned pi.
in other fields,' he says. "Where anist Jan August to cut four ex-
are the government leaders of to- elusive recordings of nice, gentle
morrow coming from? Who will piano music. They'll be piped into
be the gerat dancers, novelists, Beauviand's stable, to relax his
soldiers, artists of tomorrow? race horses.
"I can see the Broadway agents ---
and producers of the early 1900s You may see less of the scenery
sahadng their heads and saying, and more of the actors in the TV
'Ah me. When Fred Stone, W. C. dramas of the future. In fact, 9
Fields, Sam Bernard Bert Wil. you don't, TV dramatic shows
1alksa, Will Rogers, Willie and Eu. may flop. That's the considered
|ean Howard are gone, comedy opinion of NBC-TV's Albert
1il be dead.' But Jessel, Joe Cook, Cleery, the producer-director
-- - - - I Vv" F- ff y . .. ---**
, . .
S ate. r. Law Adler
a lg be All d nw
-ftr-. Ian,, t1e vsof_. NIll report to *.Ud.
Crys San ig Nor.'a' at 7: :00 P.M.an-a t
Mtibmm *t i-' There wflR be an exhibit of the
children's handicraft and asm
4ohe'l brother, Ed. w be awarded for the umo at.
he h *a amel standing achievements Is eac aa
iMaF Parents and friends of these
.best 3nam l cld are invited to attend the
lre Bamrer ae eeh ib. A oe attendance will he
wll b a w itedi as child well
, as by the Nasxu who donated their
'i ;me ad to mak; this
sve tlg, N M ass plgream a it access.
ysyensgwitha Malrys Entertained
r;fee m s B5e*aS e. Before Leaving On Vacatlea
idse. s at a tea Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mallory of
ee shower given Balboa were dinner guests of Mr.
tj cld avx Ok Ft. and Mrs. Angus 0. Mallory of
5M 4lB airdm__,* Ceampo Alegre Friday evelng on
,K &G6 Oliver the eve ofth Mallory's departure
Gaere, Emr Dal. for a threo-week vacation in the
ef Md Bewy Craw- Stat .
swebr and lfehekeI Stuet Arriviag
ads uhair Cempo Al. M Patsy. ig. ,s arriving
Mi Mrs. awreee A- next Monday from V nia. where
iaqher, Mrs. Agues she has been a Counselor at a
Girl Scout Camp. Miss Rlbgy is
. -. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
aff1r Wer e Mrs. Bronson Rilby.
3 Dft*erald FeR Slver Ddllar Baby Shewer
*Mra st W Mrs. Carol Goulet of New Cris-
^m __ WdCa w tobal, was honored at a silver dol.
CV.a f. mM5S. M r W-. lar babI y shower and tea given Oc
6me- Wm- stvAS.. -11.
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UP)-
Amerieat housewives were- prom-
ised cheaper coffee today for the
first time In mere than eight
Reductions of a few cents a
pound were predicted. as the re-,
c"me I gf reua to recouru
jejlg e.st trade sources
Brazilian officials had predicted
S"perpendicular drop" In the
prides f effee whenits new cur-
rency exchange restrictions were
announced Saturday.' The change
provided that Brazilian exporters
would receive 20 per cent of the
value of goods. they s.ll abroad at
a rate of exchangee based on the
free market rates for the Brazil-
This measure was expected to
expand Brazilian exports and in-
crease Brazil's foreign exchange
earnings, which have been on the
The Nash Coffee Co. in St. Paul
led the -way in announcing price
reductions. Nash said its wholesale
coffee prices would be cut five
cents and 'would be reflected soon
in retail price reductions,
Retail price tags on a pound of
coffee run from $1 to $1.3 per
pound, 30 cents more than last
Coffee prices broke two cents a
pound for Brasillan beans in fu-
tures trading on the New York
Coffee and sugar Exchange to-
day, meaning power prices to
the consumer by mI-September.
"Prices will come down4hat's
sure,"- said Jerome S. Newmnan,
executive vice president of Joseph
Martinson & Co., Inc., which
makes one of the host expensive
Other coffee dealers were expect-
ed to folitM the trend and cut
their prices on coffee, which is
consumed to the United States at
a rate of 2 1-2 cups per person a
day, or a total of 2,000,000,000
punds a year-half of It from
Te f*Wer .Recreation Pro-
Sam lfor children of Coco SoliUto
Sco Web ae close an Friday.
Cmoef Civi Coipeil
I .'ieg oathly meeting
of t Cooli CiviC Council wit
be held on Thursday at 7 p.i, in
** (bingDo room. '
ermad"a Ba been granted
b Ma authorites to reopen
o1 the council towards this end|
Will be daiuaIed at the nteeting.
A W boatiflde residents of Cocoli
arb invited to attend.
E later-American Women's
Clb ati -tod a Board of Direc.
t g eetiSr on Wednesday at the
Club eaAuarters at 9:30 p.m.
't he 1et Kobbe'ls 0 fIcer s'
W1vew Cb uill have their regu-
Moa bd luneheoe Om Thurs.
Sa t 1:00 p.m. The luncheon
Sboe held inthe. banquet ro p
Ste fabbe OScers' Oe Mebs
*cCO t Mrs. B. lodMuse:
Sewifl2can be made by
04If. Mrs .DL. L Meyers, 8-3m=,
B he a weft
Sht s.* a .F Mrs Le Le
UNB wi M rs.* Lloyd
an GM*Will be C040stal.
-. >. -.
Af u (Ms. '
Jt Miss iaic BSeek. Mis
-e 's. ba o OPalerd al
dy at the Oahjhntor golf
cause Iedn G lBu n eaar
day ended, Tosi had won the
richest purse in golf history...
$50,000 n cah an an exhiton
contract for 910000O more.
That v.A Teki's reward for
winning the so-called "world
champlonh p"... a blue-ribbon
tourney among 96 pros. Toski ot
a par 72 for the final round. His
72-hole score of 274 gives him a
one-stroke victory over Barl
Stewart, 'ior, and Jack Burke,
. Toki hed. his troubles. So did
eetry contender. Toski play.I
I out of LUvingston. New Jer-
y took a seven on the par-
four alz hole. Before that, he
had four birdies on the first five
holes. A seven-foot birdie putt
on the last hole turned out to
be Tosi's winning margin.
atewart started the day one
stroke in front of Toek. The
lanky Stewart came in with a 74.
He missed a chance to tie Toski
when his 10-foot putt on the last
hole hung on the rim of the cup.
Burke was tied with tewart for
the lead with four holes to go.
but Burke bogled the 15th to fall
behind.Burke and Stewart each
Toeski s 27 ears old and has
been playing pro golf five years.
This 6 his fifth major tourna-
ment victory... all within the
last 12 months. He's now won al-
most $65,000 this year.
Rmms m nvlfnwld MSAnuUl fi-
You have not seen Cinema-
scope... Nor heard Stereo-
phonic Sound-until you see
.1 -b Il.
Got of cman lbli
tib MIDfCATED wayl
No wunmaiod powder can re.
ImIW your baby's 4 Rw A.
Dupr ChAf, Ue Sc and
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cated to a Rp. m e l
hto kratei thS.Aiegiatn sow
awsee w -ml he si ft
irh lirrI ashei
MISS EUGENIA JO1E 03E AU of Curundu whose engagement
_i n announced today.
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Barrmnqufla, DClombia, were eo ron-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs. Wit-
tertabied an Sunday at a lunch- kin.
eon at the residence of Mrs. Elisal ---
Heurtematte. Mr. Georger Iler
Mrs. de Pacini and Mrs. de In- Off en VaeatIm
signaris are the house guests of Mr. George Uilfer left the Isth-
Mrs. Abigail A. Solano. mus Sunday for' a short visit vWh
-- his parents in Bever dy1PHl Cili.
Miss Withkn Visitlag foarna.
With Parel On Saturday night Mr. and
Miss Naomi Witldn, daughter of Mrs. Dilfer entertained a small
Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan Witldn ar- group of friends at dinner at their
rived by plane yesterday with Mrs. home in Las Cumbres in honor of
Louis Schuchat of Lewisburgh, Dr. Tracy Haverfleld, noted Mia.
West Virginia. f mi surgeon who was visiting the
Miss Witkin will be married to Isthmus as the house guest of Mr.
Mr. Noel Steinberg at the end of and Mrs. Bernard Forgeson o f
the month. Mrs. Schuchat is the Cocoll.
house guest of her daughter and (Continued on Page 7)
Queen Maritsa I and Luis Arearaz caught by the photo-
grapher as they discuss the music for the weekend Carnavalito
to be heli Saturday and Sunday ni ghts at Hotel El Panama,
over which Maritza and her court will reign. Arcaraz and his
sensational orchestra will play latest American and Latin Amer-
ican music for. dancing, alternating wfth Lucho Azcarraga's
ConJunto which wil supply the Carnival Tunes.
Arcaraz and his orchestra will give two shows nightly In
l Panama's Bella Vista Salon on Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday from 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. and from 11:30 to midnight.
It's chicken through and through
The broth fairly gleams with the
goodness of plump, full-breasted
chickens... the Suty white rice is
steeped with lively chicken flavor
. and plenty of tender pieces of
chicken are added.
Serve CampbelU Chicken Soup
for lunch today and be sure to
keep ewvend extra caneOn your
S""s coNbiNIS T fo AIES VALUE
-- LOOK FOR THE K10-ANO-WUITe LAW
NEW PuS~alBuNTen nB.e 19,
re.f .(abveg). W vice-
p"re ent 0( N-1 coro",
has been IexcO .tent of
that orga n w tlOQ been
learned trom tr e a A man-
Xw. ayer. W(Oregg,
paid Panaa visit In
February, was well ived at
that time by local film exhib-
itors and film companies.
Ore0 s la aeo aseodlated with
the TU.S.Chamber of CoUaterce
and many other orgaUilatlona
that have to do with 4he imn-
provement of trade relations
between the United' states and
SALEM, Mass. -(UP)- When
fire broke out in her apartment,
80-year-old Mrs. Mary. Liaehan
wouldn't let firemen rescue her
until she was aure that her pet
cat was safe outside. '. a .
with Ms Z1-pc. Bmud ah u 4iuegr ILI
Come spend an unforgettable eve ing dancing and
enjoying the terrific music of'-ths senesthmala baneu,,
Clarence Martin's orchestra also wilt play for
dancing the rest of the evening.
Nm evier em' odmiont. Nhirp iym Mk e E
rimkI). Ci l Ix, 3-I1, f-1WrEa M lW. .,-
Plan now t atend the two
Arsraz wt14 lay for dnei "4.
al el--r--E Unf i* mar i E
A I. .ImI Co lun I l i
Alway rads dlnly naturall For
lips that stay on and on-and on-
Pond's has the secretly Now Pond's
wonderful new formula makes Ponfl'
"Lips" stay on longer than ever...
keeps your lips creamier and
smoother than ever before. And
new Pond's "Lips" come in a
stunning new golden case. ,
New.ModRel'in BDW Sa
AW LE FOR EVERY CUSTOMER
EASY PLAN PAYMENTS ALSO CLUB SYSTEM
- -... a. -
CENTRML AVE. 2l"E.ST.-.PHQNES.j83O
*f th K3.7
.."" For your special attention and care, EXti E
FORM BRASSIERE Co. of New York plaoes-
your disposition the services of lt. consoit pt
stylist, Miss Mary Martinez del Rosl who )It
gladly attend you, fre of charge, k 1 the dot
starting Tuesday. 17th to ThUf .f, 193.
Showing you Exquisite Form Brasteo' mHiy
styles and latest creations.
Your visit will be most welcome and apprl"btim
-,- A S SI ,
lours: 9 to 12 on a to
MOTTAS,_ Col6n, R.,S ,
Mia MARY MARTIN
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LEAVE YOURE AD WITH ONE OF OUR
,CmlHd Am- IU
FAIMACU A. BATtGRO
No. Lottery pta,
Fourth of July Ave.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H-.,. it hm WL
OFFICES AT it "I1"
Agenda Itreg i Pa eiae. TlA
LkW A IVIC I
U m eats' Ave. .
KIr 06_Of --
FOR SALE: 25-cycle refrierator
unit, almost new; also hoir dryer.
Cheap. Phone 2-3408, Balboa
FOR SALE:-Zenith-Cobra rad-o con-
ong, original price $395, selling
price $225. Address Betania 820.
SAlLE-.--Leaving Isthmus: House-
Bold furniture in good condition.
1bone 3-5624. Panama.
FOR SALE:--Westinghouse refrigera-
tOr, 8.5 cubic feet, 25 cycles. 2
years old $130. 426-C. Porto B 110o,
Ancon. Phone 2-3557.
WNTED: Wringer-tvye washing
lnachine. 25-cycle, good condition.
WANTED: Boat, 35 to 45 I-et.
twin or single hull, with or without
rower. Write particulars to Brown.
Bx 2873 Cristobal. Phone 3-1047
Fil ISTIMATES Reconditioning and
upholsteringg Furciture. Advice in
)nteiior Decorating. Call EUREKA.
DR. WENDEHAKE NEW MEDICAL
CLINIC Day & Night Service
Control Avenue 209, beside Capitollo
theater. Tel. 2-3479. Panama,
NEED INSURANCE? Hospital, Auto.
Marine, Life available. Call Hatten.
RENT:-Beautiful residence for
edlote occupancy. If interested
e 2-3035, Panama.
ENT:-Two-bedroom chalet ir
a Vista 50th S street No. 48.
TI : Experienced cook with
rercs. Good salary. Telephone
f .ig .,,i ^ lJ
FOR SALE:-1951 Hillman Minx se-
dan, excellent condition $625. Con
be financed. Call Curundu 83-
7123. Otrs. 2003-0. I
FOR SALE-Buy of the Year: Dodge
V8 hardtop-1953-radio, 15,000
miles. Best offer over $1600 takes
it. Make me a price. Call Sanders,
6-388 or 2-4291.
FOR SALE:-Pontiac '48, Hydramo-
tic. excellent condition. Calls Co-
lombia 8. Apartment 5.
FOR SALE :-Chevrolet Super deluxe.
late 1942. Demonstrate and buy,
$325. House 219-D, Poraiso. Tel.
FOR SALE -1948 Chevrolet conver-
tible. Excellent motor, white side-
wa'll tires, Motorola radio. Phone
FOR SALE -1951 Morris-Minor con-
sertible, excellent condition $595.
Coll Fort Clayton 4149.
FOR SALE -Used cars at rock bot-
tom prices. PANAMA AUTO, S.A..
Jose Francisco de la Ossa Avenue
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Male dog, red w.th white
circle around neck and white paws.
Boxer-Bull Terrier type, named
"Hit." Disappeared in vicinity of
Magnolia Building. Information ofa
whereabouts to Henry White. Tel-
LOST -Brown male dog, 30 pounds,
crooked front leg. Reward. Coll Al-
LOST -Brown pocketbook containing
cedula, Rose di Dato de Bitter.
Keep money and return wallet, ros-
ary, keys and prayer book to The
Panama American' office.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-An 18-ft cabin cruiser
with two 25-hp. Johnson motors.
velocity of 28 mph, Spirometer,
controls and a trailer. Call 2-0181.
You can see It at 39th St. No. 26.
Z 'tdl b tu r iers 'or i,1282.
1ZnBennett's Studio. Tel. 2-1282.
+, ..... !.] .
.; ,,'- ..,
hbve rmd4 udf
available spee n o oft
in Leavenwarth, Kaas.
political "totem polo" p-.
despite an ordinance
offer the 3 bie' and
s._,aft +k -,101
(Continued from Page 1)
original proposal In a surprise
move last week.
The Senate bill put the Re-
publicans on the spot politi-
cally. They had either to back
a pboposai the administration
thought unwise or risk the
political consequences of vot-
ing a Inst anti-Communist
The House bill retains the
Senate's preamble branding the
Communist Party an "instru-
Imentality of a conspiracy to
overthrow the government of the
On one point it goes even
further than the Senate bill by
providing that party subsidia-
ries, or "fronts,' also shall be
stripped of whatever rights,
privileges and immunities they
have enjoyed under US. laws.
But the House omitted a con-
troverslan provision imposing
stiff jail terms and fines on any-
one who belongs to the paty
and performs an "overt act" on
Both measures would deny
government bargaining services
any labor unions or business
firms or groups which are found
by the subversives activities
control board to be "Communist-
The administration asked
Congress this year for a num-
ber of new weapons to use In
fighting Internal communism
but the "outlaw" bill was not
one of them.
V Asked if Atty. Gen. Herbert
Brownell Jr. had endorsed the
compromise Halleck said Brown-
ell wold have 'preferred no bill
at all" but had "no objection" to
the House measure.
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
9MOMwile_ Rep. Kenneth 3.
Creating (R-N..1 tIntroduced
Other anti-subversive bills which
1. Authorize dismissal of any
government employee who seeks
refuge in the Fifth Amendment
and refuses to answer questions
About his conduct.
2. Cut off pensions or other
benefits to any former federal
employee who invokes his consti-
tutioaprivlege to. avoid an-
wetriti imiar questions.
Sen. Pat McCarran D-Nev.1
assailed the 8enate hill. He de-
scribed it in S floor speech as a
h"IonstroBlty" which would "ac-
complish exactly nothing."
tial development 3MS INTM
ampay We offer yo d new elec-
w oret No. 0 an 0l.
a" *&- .
ATTENTION 0. I. Just built modern
furnished apartments, nOM two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished and unfur-
nished 2 and 4-room modem apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments. 10th Street. Tel. 1386, Co-
FOR RENT:-Aportment above Cen-
'tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue No, 141. Inquire Central The.
water, manager's office.
FOR RENT- Modern two-bedroom
apartment, 5 st Street No. 42. Un-
furnished For further details call
Zubela- 3- 1802, 3-3337.
'FOR- RENT -On 4th of July Avenie,
small turn-shed 2-room apartment.
new furniture, completely independ-
ent, Suitable for one or two persons
$65. Inquire Central Avenue No.
68. Telephone 2-4912 or 2-3584.
FOR RENT -Furnished or unfurnish-
ed one bedroom apartment, with
mail kitchen, bathroom, porch. For
information see Fabrega, East 29th
Street No 18. rear of "Mercado
Vasco ', 10 00 to 12.00 noon and
3.00 to 6 00 p m.
FOR RENT New three-bedroom
apartment.l thing and diningroorn,
maid's room, hot water. Telephone
FOR RENT -Furnished apartment In
duplex house. 9th Street, San-Fran-
cisco Call Cooper 6-206, Gamboo.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
Waiting on your wife' Will rent.
North American neighbors. Phone
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
upstairs apartment in a two-family
house: Living-diningroom. kitchen,
two bedrooms, independent maid's
room and bathroom, garage, tele-
phone, hot w ate r and complete
bathroom. Independent entrance to
apartment. Situated ort "El Congre-
jo '-near Hdtel El Panama. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
one and two bedrooms, Bella Vista,
$75-$110. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom oportment,
hlivingroom, diningroom, kitchen,
i lendryrom, maid's room with
yw hu Alberto Nevarro
FOR NORTH AMERICAN couple, op-
portunity to rent from another North
American couple, lovely two-bed-
room apartment near Hotel El Pan-
ama: Double door. G E. refrigerator
for sale $90 & Real Host stove $40.
also other items. Call Ft. Amoador
2285 during working hours.
I' --- I
I u Oceanside cottages, Senti
Box 435 S Bolboo. Phone
Po -am 3-1877. Cristobol 8.1673.
Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cotibges.
E6arlc refrigeration, gas stoves.
Ah rste rates. Phone 6-441 or
SHIAPMEL'S furnished houses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
THOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve-
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. one mile past
Santa Clra ow rote. Phone
Balboa 2-1866. 1
FOR RENT.-3-bedroom beach front
house. Coil Balboa 2-3022 after
BEST PLA.E for y.ur family's summer
vocation. Comfortable Club Com-
pestre in cool El Voile. Only 80
miles from ferry. Newly remodeled
under American management. Call
Tivoli Travel Agency, 8 Tivoll'Ave.
Cabin In COOL Cerro Compona Moun-
tains. Telephone THOMPSON, Bal-
boa 1772. evenings.
FOR SALE -Suits and Pants, BEST-
FIT, superior quality at very low
price s. "BESTFIT," Plaza Santa
Ana. Panoma, 11 th Street, Colon.
FOR SALE -Auto-car tractor, Hercu-
les motor, perfect condition. Phone
FOR SALE: Small portable R.C.A.
Victor radio, batteries included at
$15. Phone 2-2658, House 714-D,
El Prodo. Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Agewood Bourbon, Spe-
cial Club Reserve Scotch, Reoyl
Mounted Ceediaen Whiskey, Ron
Cortes and Castle Club Gin. At any
baer or bodege. Yeur Destleldera
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FOR SALE RAILROAD
BRIDGE AND MISCELLANEOUS
Sealed bids, for opening in public, will
be received until 10:30 a.m. August
31, 1954, in the office of Superin-
tendent of Storehouses, Balboa for
sole and removal of French Conal
Railroad Bridge and Miscelineous
Ferrous Scrap3 JnvitatVion o. 101
may bi obtained lrom the dbove of-
lice, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALES-Piano, Baby Grand, two
rears old. Party leaving for States.
Prtet C '
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Central Ave. 7l
I I I II I J
-tuxa -e M
(1 block fr Lux i .
Tels.: 2-2562 & 8-Sl1
ese land OR RENT: Beautifully furnished
Poriuguo Sad large rooms, kitchen privileges, and
rVI s Stand 'all conveniences. Bella Vista, Mex-
Finn On Keeping c S.R.,
oa Terrry SPORTSk
azilsbon )up)-- From government Mad Motorist
leaders to taxi drivers, the Portu-
guese .are making it clear thatI FORT WORTH, Tex.I (UP) --
rothing short of force of arms will W.C. McBrayne, Chamber of Com.
drive them from Goa, their 500- merce executive secretary, was
.yeab ld territory in India. sorry, but he just had to turn down
The more urgently Premier Ja- the request of a Seattle mother
waharlal Nehru's New Delhi gov- who wrote to a-.': that he arrange
eminent demands Gas for India, a tour of the Hanford atomic plant
the more stubbornly the Portu- near here for her and her 12-year.
guese refuse even to discuss such old daughter so the girl could
demands. Nevertheless, it is the write a composition on how to
most serious problem in Portugal make an atom bomb.
Prime Minister Salazar made
two of his rare public talks on the By UNITED PRESS
matter within a fortnight, warn.
ing in the latest that "when the An estimated 50 per cent -of
Portuguese have to evacuate Goa, women living in metropolitan are.
nothing will remain there but de- as suffer to some extent from ane.
served ruins belonging to no na-,mia, one authority on vitamins
Earlier, Salazar in an unusual,
radio address to the nation in.- The restaurant ksineu accounts
voked Portugal's 300-year-old trea- for approximately 25 per cent of
ty with Britain, as well as the allU food sales I.. the nation.
North Atlantic Treaty, to which,
Portugal is a signatory, in a 30. Stir 2 to 3 heaplag teaspoons of
minute talk refuting India's de- instant cocoa mix in a glass
mands. cola-flptored- beverage for a cool
Will Resist treat.
Since that talk, the Lisbon govay
ernment has reported receiving Crossed in children can be.
thousands of letters and telegrams corrected i i'0 per cent of cases,
from Portuguese groups and in-.;medica; aqflrities say.
dividuals supporting tohe govern-
ment'g stand on a, in an un- in T2e Wrong Place
usual display of national unity,. FORT -WORTH, Tex. -(UP)I
Although commencing when Tn. The first might Tom Breen took a
dia won independence from Brit-'new job qs night watchman at a
sin, Delhi's demands for the Por- drive in theater, burglars ran-
tuguepe ead Frepcb enclaves on sacked bL home. s a s
the psub4ntlneut ached the boil- -
ing polt Sy this. ar. Goa is the ;!ked!
geanral term U_ for Portugal's NEW HAVEN, Conp. -(UP)-
o t in India, bui there are also Burglars literally used a "new
P Da oe and Diu-the, twst- to- .et t two bags of cobs
ite toalling 1,470 square miles containing $M I at the Savin Rock
with poplatlion of nearly 700.- Arcade. They drilled a hole in the
00. floor from beneath and "twisted"
The Portuguese regard Goa as a piece of wire through, hookitU
the "Rome of the East" because the bags and pulling them through
the remains of St. Francis Xavier, the hole. s
apoetl, of the Indies," lie there
"A mslial o opinion ranging:
from caine ministers to taxi, E M Slpe m
driver, stowed.the Portuguese here! FORT- 1W.b, Tex. -(UP)--
firmly united in refuting New Del- Billy MNelton, ran away.t mrg
in's demands. A MigO government home becam be didn't like gits.
source said that while Portugal He told the police who _fo aud
would adt provoke trouble. she that "they're tattle-tale." NMlms
wwid re.st should there ever bes the only boy il a tfamL l fl61
a physical atst = Gos. 'girls.
MATE EKEKA MONEy THOR
S, m a w s Mb Wem CAmSa
5 c. Ins ocman. a l""
2U... iM AT& OdMOM
Acrou from El Panam Hotel
rinet Whsee and Uqw
Open Daily from 10:00 amn. to
10:00 p. M
Sunday from 2.e to 6:0
Rapid Home Delivery at All Timem
Tel. .-475S -
*I t II I
Tour Hoeme in Cool
Bequete, am t.I Al
B 0 0 E N
t"e. U 45th St
Learn Ballroom Dancing
a at El Panama Hotel
Stpdio. We will be
closed from Aug. I,
to Oct. 11.
4a2IIARNETT & DUNN
will bring back the
In Pas Doble, Mambo, Gas-
rncha and that new dance
Cha Cha Cha.
US-.8HELL SNOW- s-il
-la y a Camus GI s-
VMars- in nmew TNew l-p.
'Ih Soill wsk MeA r o-
,sgly pumbased fr $10m0, is
Vo 9 fest am wiS s-Iga
a, Thro amr oa w
.Md the O .e
q~e kmum in cin e Ie
-,mm m~ a~m ..
Cli .ic y
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ienlay, adt. aT
7: 30-Pfle From The U.S.A.
8:0 -. 1l Theater (VOA)
8:30-E sbethan Theater
9.00-You 'd For It (Re-
Mussi ease phone be-
10:30-Neom Eddy's Penthouse
11:00-bufZ From Hotel El
11:15- roadway In Review
11:30-One Night Stand
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 18
6:00-Sign On The Alarm
Clock Club (Requests-
pleae phone before 700
7:30-Morning Salon Concert
8:15-Church In The Wildwood
9:15-Sacred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10:05-Offt The Record (Requests
please phone before 9:30)
11:05-Off The Record (cont'd)
11:30-Meet The Entertainer
12: 30-Populr Music
1:15-Music Of Manhattn
1:i30--o. Of The Peonots
1:45-Ralf6 'tlLLversity' (VOA)
2:006-Date In Hollywood
2: 15-8glng Americans
2:30-T-' sneke Shbow
4:00-Feature Review: aan-
bethan Theater (BBC)
4:30-Whaet Your Favorite
5:35-What's Your F favorite
6:00-Here's. To Veterans (VOA)
6:15-BLUE RIBBON 8PORT8
7:00-NESCAJB ORGAN MEL-
7:15--Your Dan e in Party
.7:20-Report From the U.S.A.
8:00-Music BY Roth
9:00-You Asked For It (Re-
uests--plea phone be-
10:30-Nelson Eddy's Penthouse
11:00--Wayne King FJerenade
1' :30--One NIght s tand
11:45-Muasico0 Dream By
Explanatiae of symbols
BBC-Briltlh Broadcatlarn Cor-
USA-United States Ary
VOA-Volce of Ameriea
itsliel or Itb Canal ateA
S all ._f-t g o
tlano Di vl
SlA W No.
S "AUBA." La e
ar o Unit Stasthe Via-
u ofAs on mthe th Auus the
1am Charl de Name lmn ma it&..
Acmm. CJ a, l 35an,
caurt of tthe Unted Statem forUsmVa.
0a CBuReUof Libel tn AdoSSy, Free.
mI In Personam with c' at rorf
AND WHEREAS byvite of-p.
In due form of a w, o me d re
Wunabte on the SId day -a
IM4. I have h ed and ttaken aae
steam tank vemd "SAnMA-" her a.-
tne. boilers etc., and have he in m1
malady. NOTMICE l ux TCIV 0
that District C be ld
the United ste e in the
Cat-Ai nton, 'Q i SaIRafl e
peN&sRbmsa who b ou s'an
fYee I ayst.
Panama Line Sailings
Many well-kichnd'Pama Ca-
nal employes are l ted to ..all The Panama liner Abcon t..
Friday on the Panama nintr tan- t iloday from Nw York w..
ama for New York, according to a fpul or Q41 .
the advnc passenger list an- Isthmus, uT wiy Cal Btiploq'
n6un*9e.today .Y. es and their tanglejre .now t. ^
A total of 134 passengers have turning fo leeawJnAI
been booked for New York and time for the -openg
one, Mrs. Kathleen Laterman. next month.
for Port-au-Prince. Among the There' .were .W
Canal personnel to sail on the schedued-to.sall on -
Panama are 3. Bartley Smith, accord 6to te adv ase r-
electrical engineer; Capt, Ben-ger lilt. Included on'tbe-Bt
Jamin A. Darden, commander of a number of Canal zed e estb
the Balboa Police district; James teachers and a lere number bt
A. Yates, chef of the Placement children of stool age., '
and Records Branch in the Per- The complete advance passet-
sonnel Bureau; and Ralph F. ger list follows:
Schnell. of the Xtqtutlve Plan-
nin Staff. Julia P. Brinkley; June. A.
The complete advance list of Brinkley; Mrs. Helen E. CAve,
passengers for New York follows: naugh and two children; Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Adam- Henrietta Cheek and three chtl-
son; Miss Dorothea Albert; Mrs. dren; Mr. and Mr. Joseph J. Cl-
Eunice Albright and three chil- cero and two children; Mr, aial
dren; Miss Jeannette Anderson; Mrs. Joseph 8. Corrigan and, 2
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aronson children; Mrs. Seavour B. Cum-
and 3 children; Milford K. Bal- mings; Dr. Catherine Dalton:
ley and son; Mrs..Dorothy Bar- Mrs. Margaret Dalton; Miss Ml-
bour and daughter; Mrs. Mary dred Dalton; Mrs. Alice plet and
E. Becker; Mrs. Marie Bennett 3 children; Mr. and Mrs ,.oQald
and daughter; Miss Mildred A. Doyle and 2 children; and DP.
Block; Miss Elizabeth Block; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edge4lll Mand
and Mrs. Leon reziner; and daughter;
Mrs. Gloria Browne: Miss Monica Parley: Mrs, Vio-
Mr. and Mrs. Fran Canna- let Faust; Mrs. thel i. Field
vagio; Mr. and Mrs. James L. and granddad ter; Mrs. rdas
Cicero; Miss Clover Clark; Mr. Pox; Miss Oertrude Preedmn;
and Mrs. Louis Dahl: Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Her el ay
Mrs. Benjamin A. Darden; Nor- and 2 ehrldren: Milan 1 O-
man X. J. Demers; Mrs. DO.arde adi '. a nd-a f m.
nnorow: ~ lulIuiiiA. .Moow. *nii 2 69d-d joMi.' Dotfra"-
SLI Mrs. AiwSUINn aL. -= -VWj
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel olblatt;
and Mr. and MrS. Robert 0. iro-
Wade W. Harrell, Charles.P.
Harrison; Mrs. MlBdre. M,
Hickey and 2 c1ll den;Zdl;ael
Houlhan; NMiss Eileen well;
George P. Hudson and son; Mr.
and Mrs. arl., .Jeffries; Mr.
and Mrs. Malcolm A. Johnston.
Jr.; Miss Marcella Jones; Miss
Norma Kaufman; Mrs. Ellen
Keeley; Miss Catherine Leonard;
Paul A. Linvill; Mrs. Amelia
Luddy; Mr. and Mrs. Irvng M.
Lynn and 2 children; M Isa-
belle McGraw; and Miss Marga-
Miss Jeanette Massle- Joseph
H. Michaud; Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
kowsky; Charle4 A. Mockuu; Miss
Sarah L. Mongeon; Jack F. Mor-
ris; Mr. and Mrs. Fzra L. Nolan
anj daughter; Mrs. Esther C.
Nordloh; Mrs. Phyllis 3. Penlcheo
Mrs. Adriana Peter son and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Howard
C. Peterson and 2 children; Miss
Dorothy Pierce; Mr. and Mrs.I
Arthur Quinn; Mils Lulleda
Ramsey: Miss Nancy A. ;
Mr. and Mrs. James Reid' MisI
Anne L. Reldy; Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Rosenthal; and Mr. and
Eugene T. Balter; Plip R..
Sanders; Miss Prancps Sapjing-
ton; Richard Sasso- Ran 1.
Bcehell; Dr. and iis. I. A.
Schultz; Mr. and Mrs. Joslua 5.
ISchulta Miss n th bustere.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo Seate and i
children; Miss Ernestlie B ig-
mond; Miss Selma ailversteln;
Miss Elizabeth Smith; J. Bartle
Smith and son; Ernest C. SB-tl
brits; William Wetsel: Miss
Edith Wilson; Mrs. eants Wins-
low; and Mr. and Mrs. James A.
M lewei -,-
son, who trn a
Ie for no"-ti --e flflu, W 'i"
a..re is. a st -
Viai mere, Au,. h
i' Lake Comt, W.,
aAI. N. -M
Mr. and Mrs, Sanue l. Joh-
son and dau hter' M. 0ther-
ine Kats; MM. *franor cva-
naugh: Mr. and Mrs. Dranel A.
Lawson; M R f 3. Lots: Mf .
SIharon Mehone; Miss M red
A. McMahon; Mr. MargrgtL.
McShatbop; Mr. and MIrs. Rich-
ard J. Mahoney and a chwen;
Miss Alberta M. Martin: MIr. O
Metzger and 2 children; Mrs. Do-
ra Miles Misvelyn Mod: s.
Mildred Moore; Mr. Isabel Nach-
man; Mr. ad Mrs Anthony F.
Nite and 4 children; and Mr. and
MS. rmaer J. Nordltorin and I
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. 0'-
Brien, Jr., and .2 children; Mr.
and Mrs, Howard W. Osborn afd
son; Mr. a Mrs. Harry E. Pearl
and 3 child Mr. and Mrs.
Barry D, Raymond and 3 chil-
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Reese
and 2 children: Dr. and. Mi.
Frank E. RieSkohl and 2 chl-
dren; Mis.Patrica Rbr;-- Mb
Patricia M. Roddr; I. ad
Mrs. William J. RoM and 8 chil-
dren; Mrs.; R. .t Ro; Mr. a
Mrs. Clyde L. Sharp and daugh-
ter: Mr. and MM. Henry H.
Shirk and c. ildrem: Mr. agd
Mrs. Albert A. Shore and 3 ch-
dren- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
sth and 2 children: Mr. aid
Mrs. John P.* 5*mthh Jr. and 3
children; M:; Lucfle L. Smith
and caught; Mr. and Mrs. Lp-
ban C. S -t d 2 children
Mr. Alwy w. spaftue; Mr V'
ra L. teve=ne and ae; Mr. ad'"
Mrs. Elmer 3. Stoakley and -
children; and Mark T. Sugar;
Mr. and Mrs..RowmAll Tobla.
and 5 children; Mnrs. Cleone A.
Treff r Mr. and Mrs. Sub
TUr Mrs. Edith L. V
od ter; ama Wm -
bay: A m. Leon .
Warren aad' chiren Mr. ad
Mrs. Carl 0. Webb and 3 -
dn Mr.-ad M Mrs. WillUam .
Wle, Jr., and 3 children; e-
Wenb LMr. and Mrs. Macn
a, Wh mand 'lehlldren: ;Thf n
and Mrs. Raymonmd Whit eL
aSMr ad Mri. Albert t^
,m, Sin dMr. and a Md
dfen; ROI rt Wills: andM
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Ml IT eOrbeal tralt wilt furnish WAMINMOTON, -Aug. 17 (UP)-
. tith._e The tAte epattaent reverse
at a dinner MeJ m are reminded to ake Itabtleoay san Xneal to le) Men.
in ba r ,t Maia d Mar- teir reservations early by cal. loan rCt ar
de o, a are her M M0. qwavt en t United Staten.
0iM. "o W Marque4 -- Pr _m. i na this means Chaves
aflt .f Guests at Pameute Ia" will b* perited to fill egage-w
-- Recent arrivals in Bouete at meats to appear guest eoogue
mthe Panamate Inn are: Mr. and tor in ,ellywoud. Canf., and p et
Bral C Mrs. e nd fa lead, Ort.a
l ly, of Pmsylva he departTment said earlier to.
Thearao r Cotry C.lub r. A. M. of Balboa, day that Cnaves was anaamis.sitla
Will hold a butet supper dance Mr. Rt ". L e of b .al under toe McCurr Immigra i
Mr. C. T. f NewIlaw. t ave ao detail.
-. .. ork, Mr. .C.T.B ebardaons Jr., Btate zMpartment spokes mana
of Panama Major and Mrs. D. Henry Suayaam said, however,
I MM LI b. S.chinq'o Fort Clayton, Colonel that at ta department's reon-
and Mrs. R.. Tubbs of Fort Clay- mendation, Atty., Gen. Herbnt
f l . toon, Dr. Harmodio Arias Jr., of Brownell r. wa waive the Me.
P tS1 I J fis Panama, Mr. S. P. Kramer of 'Carran Law and Chavez will be
Panama. give.. a temporary visa.
Ina M Iico City, Chavez said U.
N -Wn L M .a-Red a. geomse t authorities "are in error if they
.. Mr. and, Mrs. ernand Espiau consider me a Communist."
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP) of Curundu have announced the "I have been and am a revola-
Th e. land gon ite "10 mot engagement of their daughter, Eu-. tioniry of Mexico." he said. "1
waited" it today a Now York, w oa Joyee, -to staf f Sergeant struggled for the liberty and In-
State gang leader and kidnaper Lore K. Wood of the US A I r tegny ofa my country and for its
who mab fleeg with an ae. ree, of Mrs. Elizabeth M-. scial and material progress.['
complies to Diyle Beach, Fla. IRood of Norfolk, Virginia. The state Department spokes-
He is Walter James Wilknson, -- man said Chaves had been grant-
wanted on charges that be and his BalRa mVla gradeas ed a temporary workers visa on
thbsman gang kidnapped the man. Pan Gay program For Next Week Aug. 2 so he could perform with
ager -of a Corath, N. Y., super. A special day has been planned the Portland symphony. The visa
market last February, forced im at Balboa Playgr for Frid was revoked, however, by Wash-
to give them $,m0 In cash from Augut 27. All Balboa bos and ngton authorities on the bases of
the store safe, and then left him girls w find something doing in information available here. s
ap-pantly dpomed in a locked their age clasaflcation. The Hollywood Bowl Ass .,
rerigrator, t which sought permission for Cha-I
At 10 a.m. the Little Mother- ve to conduct n the owl, was
the victim's family saved him I Little Father" fashion show for Informed Aug. 10 that he was in
hrom freeunag to oeh by nooy- 54 yelr old. will start the admissable.
ing local poune oft Us aappear- Also at this time the 93 2 yeanolds ___
saw. Otfcers. founa aim bouU a- will hold a bike parade and bike
ave q n m e se box. races.
'A l Fast said Joseph C. Poaniew- At 11 a.m. the presentation o f fIH l CHiU
sklu, a ayoear-oid native of co- awards will take place in the
o. .., may o e accompanying gymnasium. Boys andgirls of all
jHiaop n hs 1 i0gt poblDUiy SU ag wi receive awardS for oU-. ou llllt-i |-- 1 rIPa
lnyw leacn. standing skill 'and sportsmanship i a t
w,,luon fPaces on the most in the summer's activities. . I! Thefti
wapR li oyd X. mussed, woo A free swim at Balboa pool Is i V ."w
esup orn a Michigan prison slated for Friday afternoon, and
in ay la. He was w en evening will find the teen agers JACKSONVIL la., Aug. 17
e' Joutth depuy af s at lt sk hop." (UP) A se-y medical st.
ar a. He wa. bot ir :30. P win be awarded to Asst. U.S. Atty. Thopias A. Lar-
on May 13, n 924. The FBI said he those waring the loudest socks, kin said George Patrick McKin-
spfeas. to als in kidnap- and the most originally decorat- ney, 27, "admitted hil participa-
iu iness clals and forcing ed socks. tion in the iabbeuy and said that
tnJa to turn oar 'lundo their he had accounted for virtually all
fIrms. -of the $190,000 which had been
wiusinse and his gang also -QA a Jflfn .i taken."
hbae bam accused ot kianapmng K S' ffI w Larkin said McKinney, who was
and attempting to rob a Troy, N. Kr CoImEnaS arrested by the FBI here lastI
supermarket manager in A- AX-SL M AKE F uN D Tuesday, "implicated others but
prd, 115. But this crime was still denied that his wife, Sharon,
tngrted by Troy police Who caugn .., knew anything about or participa-
thdem in the act. 9, ted In the robbery."
The FBI said Wilkinson domi- ILarkin said MeKimney's state-t
naqes .hi gang "with vindicative f i, ment was made in the presence of
thliats ana mean discipline." I ** three FBI agents and his two at-
Acquaintances have said that '-- torneys Friday night, shortly aft-
Wilibson, as chief, selected poten- er the 23-year-old wife was arrest-
tial victims, mapped out details of ed in.connecton. with the case.
prpod crimial exploits, and McKlney waived a removal
a =_.I duties to his sub- hearing before U. S. Commission-
3rtrt,'es t addedS I rt er T.V. Casben and his wife was/
Whh is 5 feet, 9 Inches released on AMM bond. McKn
tall- ad weighs 16S pounds. He ney being held under Mo.000
has bond hair but the FBI saidi When a friend Is entertaining bond. Larkin said arrangements
heaj y have dyed it darker. in lher hoxrpe in honor of am out- are being made to get a removw-
Hsl s ..aid to have the wo*d of-town guest who ia vistin al order for Mciney fom Dis-
"Mily" tattooed on his left fore- you, It is pice gesture to sn strict Judge Bryan Simpson tomor-.
arm and iS an ardent hunter and hbr flowers Iefore the occal on. row morMin.
is nan, capable of earning a the guet, o honor shal. of -Larki said e has talked with
Uvink this ma r. He also course, wite her a "thant-yon* Asst. U. S. Atty. Paul Wl Jr.,
ha warto asa mechanic, a sea- .nte for her hosptaty after re- of Brooklyn, N. Y. and Wind
msanaia texeab driver, tm-ingc hoe. jtoldhim that he m ay attempt to
bring McKinney to trial in Brook-
Jyn next Monday.
m' r -- ... Laskin said McKimoney's state-.
SB SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER meant implicated olaan Everett
r Martin and Clifford Donald Ober-
THEATERS TONIGHT kirch whb were arrested by the
- ___._ _, _FBI in New York last week.
DIABI,0 HT. 6:15 7:58 PEDBO MIGUEL 7I'
eP ulaamttT GOAORD WL" Real Cool!
"Charge of the Lanseers" GAMOA : HARTFORD, Conn.--(UP)Ihlae
Tchnicolor "THEi n SA AROUND Up Phoenix Insurance Co. came up
w-s. "MAN 1 7 mr5Ac ws. r.sheSt sW m s aArb with a na Y wyy of celebrifn its '
1 1 _1210th anniversary. It gave i '13
-- ... - savings bonds to all regular full-
G* II U N Kirk DOUGLASo Daw 2onaM time workers. The total given out?
TU "ACT OF LOVE" A cool Smn .h
S.Thsdm -. 2= n u r
8 AL O A Air-Coditiotoned.- 6:15 7:50
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You have not seta Ctoims-
Scope.-. Nor heard Stereo-
phonic ound-unt you see
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IOLLYWOOD- (NEA) lly- would live Iebrated hecklers
wOgd o TV: "What happened that can't be seek or heard. But
e Dinne, Gloria Swanmn and how can a wolf flash his teeth at
e tars who', the publle de- r chorus cute 3.0M miles away?
ed they were to blame for -. ---
Stele.las they introduced on The pilot rim ii. the Ann Sherl-
hoiem-. reens won't ha to dan series goes beforthe cam-
Ronald Riagan if he can help t. eras Aug. .... Ruby Keeler's
'Reigan asked for and received 1-year-od nepew Donald eeler,
a 'voice I d the Wlection to i will be one oe the klds in the Las-
before he sined up to e sle telefilms.
big star-stuidd General Electric -
theater series this fall. romaied anu hoped tor: Milton
"Not only. o I have a L- plotting a mad take-off on
i ot o 4 thave are Martha Raye for one of his first
luty, b. ha e te o u fall shows. Plaky Le I:. Jump-,
Bto f that resnsin y." infor joy over his happy news-
od me. "I read material from is TV show has. been renewed for
morning to night My e a another year ....irst Yank actor
f" o.am Idon-'th.ay.thatl .wolt to get a bid from Fair anks,
Sbamed o the plots that fail Jr., to star I oneohis itish
to come off. Whore can you in made lefims Is Jeff (The Robe)'
3 good stories? But at least Fm IMorrow.
long my best." _
AngelesBLUSH DEPT.: Jack Mahoney,
Line In Los Angeleso muSIc rough-and-tough Range Rider
school advertisement: "We not was a toe-danedr at the age
only teach you pano, we teach you five.
to smile, chatter and be person-
able." What-no brother George? The argument over too much sex
Sm s and violence in children's TV
Mad TV sow idea ., shows rages on. Now it's a senate
"Yen Bet Yow Wife." juvenile delinquency committee
Live s survey of 152 radio-TV editors de-
Live shows vs .Hoywoodt We- gciding that parents have the re--
erd's the latest high brass sibility of proteetngtheir child
ion and it's gooJ news for Holly- video m shows
wood. Walter Craig, TV director hat's logical but rough on par.
for one of the nations biggest ad. o t
vertisers4,Procter & Gamble) told t' up to TV o schedule th
Variety adult blood nd thunder after jun.
*"Hollywood's influence In tele- ior's bedtime.-
vision is swelling to such propr- Mario Lanza's at Scrips Clinic,
ions that .s ponoors can no lower Mario La s at s C
lions that.sn trs e as the shedding weight for his September
will adiit grudgiglytheat TV warbling date. .. ench
wood can do It eteron 'fl warbler Gry Bruyers will zip up
cause of the depth in the ranks of a fall Comedy Hour show.
kow-how." -- Claudette Colb-.t has red-letter.
NEW B TM: "Box Office Tele. ed Au. 16 her first telefilm,
vIW-s'-"tryin ,ti w. F a Ford lTheater's "Magip Formula,
v mti^ a trti d her first .appearsbc. ta fro
tr ho a Holyr.odcamera. in two
MV. "1 yr She'rs still looking foray
9r screen n7ir-soo '...
T h t something coqedans maglc formulaa to. her own home
[ Thatos something eoo &euslmagic"
__--- _--._ i_. .screen show.
SI mONICme NOTE: Ann Doran, who
UKath 1lilg t will lay Henry Aldrich's mother l
on the new CBS-TV series, and,
Swho was ditto for Bob Matthias in
Smart wife lets mate help; he his film biography, has never been
likes appreciation, too ... ...... married.
It's l enoug. h for a. woman to Off the sound track: Rod Camer-
Its otenug for a. wom on, about his fellow "City Detec-
do her best to please a-man, She t v" emoters: "I've met some of
out to ge him plenty of oppor- the etest acto"in m fe
tunitles for pleasing er.... onjaesesaet--most of thm lfeome
Whenever a wife wrote thatshe t es-most of them from
has done everything in the world h sage.
to be a ood wife to her husband, Look for Mwck Rooney to do a
and yet doesn't -late her Max Liebman "spectacular" from
S work, her ciw ch, New York before the snow flies.
Has she iven him enough chances BC picked up comic Paul
to ase her, and made sue that Gilbert's contract for another year.
ho kleano wbr andemaeaaiE ta "Holiday," h-e telefilm trave-
Ihe uewtpshe sb i man loge series -rratedby Ida Lu-
igIt' s Ju smr rssiatscti.man ino, Edmond O'Brien and Joan
mightpt morealsa ai onte, ist popping up on mid-
out of bu& g1. is wale the bean- ai-W is poppn g pn i
tiful dress she wants, than in hav-. we 'stati. s.
in her buy a cheaper dress and About those night-club floor I
telling him how economical Sbe shows via TV again:
has been.How can a floor show be oa a
..She may get a low satl. i-. wadl? A lost we. -ender's first look
ion out of the economy, but ay him way for keeps.
might get a lot of satisfaction out' ou,__ _
of k og h able o ogive
his Z 1 9 b she ty much I
It's a idea for a wife low n. J t o
and then ive her husband a C
she is 'deWt give him-much of
a change 't impressed. be...
And itUe-gats.Aftd raising
bar for her stenal e tnee,
her readiness or self-denal, her
abOity to msa vWm apU that
arises, she aorry for
herself because is tt aUppr-
Well, men like to be appreclat-
ed, too. But they don't get much
appredaIon unless their wives al-
low them to earM it.
to enjoy he dV
arvor of V. :
enables in a
The whole famunily
will lor L
V- is aIMdnd j
C. seh f-
Conference Committee Passes
onmnrsnmes farm I n;Islatinn
The musical "hit" of the year!
presented by VICEROY
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UE b Vuirn g nun n'v m mv PORTSuOM, N. R. (UP)-
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP)- net decided whether to sign. it. He smashed against a tree at the foot
A House-Senate conference con- said the bill "won't do much for of an embankment.
mittee yesterday hammered out a the farmers." .. ... ..
compromise farm bill that gave The President originally asked Seems that a husband and witm
Prs.dent Eisenhower m 9t a of authority to set farm supp o r t were anarilg their Portamoun
what he asked. prices from 75 to 90 per cent of home .when they began td arsW.
Final c-ngressional action on it parity. The proposal raised pro. He halted the car. Both got oat
is expected today or to rrow. ests from the congressional farm the verbal battle grew hotter. SM.
Among the political explosive bloc. denly the unattended vehicle
items in the measure are 16w dai- When the President agreed to rolled over the embankment .
ry riee supports and substitution compromise on an 82 1-2 to 90 per
of exible supports for the pre- cent scale, Congress went along. Mr, and Mrs. walked home.
ent rigid, high supports on bdc The compromise also confirms '
farm crops. Benson's authority over land forc- f
President Eisenhower, who call- ed out of major crop production
ed the legislation a "must,"' will by planting controls. But is eases
offer it to the voters this i all as penalties on farmers who over-
part of the "dynamic" program plant their government-designated
he promised his admiaistrtaon quotas on controlled crops, .
Major items in the compromise They would be allowed to cor-
are: rect such mistakes without penal- .
STATE DEPARTMENT- Inside- ty. Under presentlaw. farmers
1. Flexible price supports rang- who overplant automatically lost BRIDE'S DRESSES
ing from 82 1-2 to 90 per cent of their government supports. And if f # 7.0
the so-called "fair" parity price they grow cotton, wheat, tobacco, I $75.00
on cotton, wheat, corn, rice and or peanuts they are subject to! ,"
peanuts. Parity is a standard cal- fines. LINGERIE
culated to give a farmer a fair The conferees killed a plan to LN""
return on his crops in relation to allow farmers to vote on a "two-' E R
the things he must buy. price" support plan for wheat and: Bedroom SLIPIPERS
2. Authority for the government also a provision to give stockmen,
to set aside 2 billion dollars who graze herds on national for- Jnsto Arosemena Ave. and
worth of its 6A billion mountain I est lands the right to keep a cash 34th St.
of farm crop surpluses, This is interest in any "improvements" No. Tivoi Avenue, Bran ch
aimed at casing the transfer from they build on the range.
rigid to flexible farm props. The conferees agreed to remove
3. A government subsidy pro- limitations on th service of mem-
gram to encourage and increase bers of local farmer committees.
domestic wool production. IBnson had ruled that no farmer
4. Support for agriculture Sec- could serve more than three suc.-n AT
retary Ezra T. Benson's decision cessive terms. % STOP AT
to cut dairy supports to 75 per The bill extends the federal soil
cent of parity. That was the most conservation program for t to AIA
explosive issue. Until t od a y, years. It also provides federal M w ISON S
House conferees had held out for payments of 15 million dollars a
a floor of 80 per cent and had year to help control brucellosis, a (Opposite the Ancon
threatened to scuttle the entire cattle disease. P.O.)
The compromise was reached M r.. A D a And get a smart
after four days-of negotiation. MemOraDI U te
Chairman Clifford R. Hope (R.- Modem'ASHlRAY
an.) of the House Agriculture Simple Precaution for about half s -
Committee said he planned to' ,
call it up &ra House vote tomo .- KIRKWOOD, N.Y. (UP--Depu- U.S. i*tiil p
row. Chairman George D. Aiken ty Sheriff George C; Van Winkle Is
Committee,_8.k, hw SwVt itflA ;i -.ft ,
a Senate vote as soon Nas i1bo=n son, Bradley Clark Van '
House acted. Winkle; arrived on the wedding 1
Two Republicans-Rep. August anniversary of his parents, the On S
H. Andresen (Minn.) and Sen. wedding anniversary of his grand.
Milton R. Young (N.D.)-refused parents and the birthdays of his i I W
to sign the compromise. Sen. Olin grandmother and his late great,-*
D. Johnston (D-D.C.) said he had grandmother.
You Are Cordially Invited to Motta's on Tuesday 17,
Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 of August to Mee ,
77tss I7lary. lflartinez del Ctosal
and his orchestra of 22 professors!
at 11 p.m. _
Continuom usie Ito
for four h um_-.. I,
- "' .
-. -aa . .. ,- . '- . ., ** .F .. -- . .* ,* -
Expert Consultant of the
Exquisite Form Brassiere Co. of New York,
Who Will be Visiting us for Only Three Days.
Miss Martines Del Rosal Will Personally Supevlise
Your Fitting and Solve Any Problem
You May Have With Your Brassiere.
9to 12 noon - 3 to 6 p.m.
MOTTA'S COLON, R. P.
at 5 and 9 p.m.
ON THE SCREEN:
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tNo L P nnar' i
F I-.,rm: -. .
'"4 .788 teai) ay tilts.
i 14'r>t .1) "C lier (31)
0) 0 1 nicki (10i
(15) 0) Bales (12)
u'tiohst 0Coo 5 Solo -
der (6), MaLscbhlin (4)1
', ". as-(V); 8 S al Troops-
(0)and. rnard (2).
"se by quarters:
SVWpat Troops 22 39 d2 84
SS1or1E a K tOWe (f10) at Clayton (67)
of M-51 and 71.;B- Wat 2.29 (2) F Scully (6)
lo-a took one from Albrook () F Simons (14)
a '-W8 count in there th .e () C Devlln (5)
this season. (5) O Mosley (8)
to remain In a dea- (6) 0 Wilens (13)
* -t for top spot in Fort KObbe ubstitutions: Fort Kobbe -
. when they play host to Army At- Uon (2), Brown (2), Edmond-
antic Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The on (2), MItchell (0) and Clap-
Lftliners from Kobbe have ta- perton (2); Fort Clayton-Lyp e
S all three contests from the (0), Maas (18). Chatwin (4), Ka-
SAtlantlemen in 94-74, 83-48 and lish (2) and Carpenter (0).
.-f77 games. Score by quarters:
SThethird league contet will
bein together Special Troops Fort Kobbe 13 29 45 60
J i 'dFortClayton on the Clayton Fort Clayton 15 30 51 67
hardwoods at 7:30 p-m. Tuesday.
The Caiytonltes have taken the Army Atl. (68) at Albrook (66)
i troopers into camp twice by Kohrherr (10) F Sharp (iS)
SiMk of 101-76 and 95-80, while Swinson (5) F Pasera (2)
She opers tue te tables Yarbrou h (12) C White (2)
I rtr Claytone t in a 97-2 Dlnoflo (10) 0 Finnegan (10)
Stl. Chalekl (17) 0 Young (10)
SFriday, the i9ht, was a night Substitutions: Am Atlantlc-
of upsets, when the three tup Howald (0), Rivers (1R), Crowe
Seams all lost to foes of the sea- (0) and Oake (2); Albrook AFB
g ld division. -Flaherty ), Scott (0, Hel-
Coca Solo was the. viem of a muth (), Herbt (), Abeyta
Determined 8pe5clal.Troop. five (0), Rah (0) and Sharber y.
] to 75, Fort Clayton uapenaed Score by quarters:
- .--- Army Atlantic 17 80 52
i AlbrbokA B L3 3L4
w'. m y women's
VW do iTes
CHICAGO, Aug. 17 (UP) -
Defeing champion Patty Berg
Sunday won the women's pro-
fesslonal divimson of the ao-call-
ed "World Golf Championship."
The Minneapolis red-head fl-
nlshed with a 7?, equallIng woan-
er's par at Tam O'Shanter In
Chicago. That Ives Patty a 72-
hole score of and a three-
stroae victory over Louise Sugms.
p money of $5.000 runs Miss
Berg's earnings for the year to
almost $12.500... highest amoh4g
Flowing Miss Suggs who
had a 301 were Jackie Pong
at 30,. Babe Didriksm Zaharias
t 804, id Betty Jameson and
eatty N ,cs at 300.
Frank Stranahan won the
male amateur division por the
flfth straiht time. Stranahan
fknDine witth three straight bir'-
e of 284. He best Arnold pi*
lR Cleveland by one stroke.
e Wriaht of La Joua,
won the women's
e, Just as she dM
a in Tam O'hant
W le tournament ThU
ai Wright had a 300. Sh
Aobin Roberts Prevents
uns From Tying Giants
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UP) Robin Robert
w more victories than any other pitcher ai-the
iaJors this season today and he also owns a usupi-
fbif that the throe National League contended. pay
ot settle the pennant question until the final week
i" the pampsign.
brt in hurli ngthe Pht. -he started Inexperienced Bob
t ,.-d of red-hot thrd- "Naturanll, w e would t h av ge
t-a od-ges t olm that aDuke ao dpte etedr
lnthe tonl drivamer's s- we're not in bad saoe a om t.
: t. n th aeogainthodPaul. Dthel llas red oaliteo
ek poi bof the si-onof k rades. s, r ven
NOW York and only 2' "they booted an opportunity.
Nw of red-hot third- "Naturally, we would have
MIlwaukee.liked to have beaten Robert,."
raceI. "so.close that,fmlid Duke Snider, wh o collected
vaynW the driver's ap-t we're not In bad shape at.
now," Roberts aid following his He could have been referring
triumph over the Dodgers, to the fact that the Dodgers
here really isn't much to launch a three-game series at
*Ihoos between the Giants, Pittsburgh tonight and Breok-
odes and Baves," he add- lyn ha captured 10 of Its 12
ied. "Brooklyn has the best hlt- games with the Ist-place PiN-
ting: New York has the best rates this season.
S ehing and Milwaukee has None of the Dodgers seemed
s best balance and trenen- Darticularly upset by the loss to
S ou spirit. the Phils, even though they had
Iou can't judge the Dodvers tied the score at 4-all in the
ao what they did last night. They third inning and then watched
Didn't get -good itching. For Clem Labine and Preacher Roe
that matter, we d n't get extra get rapped for six singles in a
.,-pecial pitching ourselves." five-run fifth inning.
s" aid a mouthful. Even While Brooklyn meets Pitts-
'he pitched his 20th com- burgh tonight, the league-lead-
lete me of the season, he wvs Ing Giants play host to the phil-
aickeo for Gil Hodgeas' 1st home lies., Mlwau e is at home to St.
run and pee Wee Reose's 10th. in Louis and Cincinnati meets the
addition to which he committed Cubas In a doubleheader.
a wild pitch and walked six men. In the American League, -the
The six bases on balls reoresent- Indians, with a comfortable
ed the most Roberts yielded in three-game lead, meets Detroit;
le game since the 1951 sea- second-place New York tangles
with Philadelphia, Boston is at
A lt A ston,. the 'tusAy con- Washington and Chico is at
ye -Brokl naqe*, Baltimore for a twi- nighttwin-
bled against the Phils when bill.
Al S Service Teams
Cae Action Tonight
Are ed Forces Fort Kobbe 67 to 80 and Army
Standln s Atlantic nipped Albrook AFB 68
Is a e t. to M6 in mluckv (for the tonp
that made him ask for his ama-
teur release to turn pro. Edwin .
went three torr:d rounds with Kid
Allen and was resoundingly ap-!
plauded at the nal bellU.
The leak from reliable sources
gave us the information that the I
Panama Professional. League is
planning to hold its activities for
Cooe fans on Sunday mornings.
T will be-so aessary because
Mout Mope Sajlun was rebuilt
and h a odk unfit for profess. I A
signal h e The seating capa-
.tic* M eeW"ceare being re. -
built d ayekt wire fencing.
Beto atu.U. ary, Panama City
Sllhll d ,is mre to draw a sus-
-O w Ife Colon Profes-
iCom sion. This
bise lm hours before a
Sof the Commis.
faI at te Weigh-
For rswrvtwiem p- yowr T Ageitt or
WON" MW MMNINON ANUMx
pme L Oed N&5, T4 '4 M6iSn,"s l Tel
Dreyer St* iNaveDa A
El Conscripto Lengths nIn (
In 8th Rod. so Toiame
NEW YORK, Aug. Ifnt 2nd Round k
Gerald Dreyer. whose "One god oo
unch" paid off i ai tehilte -, -
kockout victory over Tom iny .
(,El Conscripto) Lownz, ow Wsi The m first round matheR a inS c tl te lBr s-
m"beler then ae y /thas year's Esao tournament were Inn rw we atedgs M oh- |
chance to regain .luh ovlbh Z- laeted at the Panama Golf M r A T. Roma- la
pare welterweight eh poM~ Sub over the past ,knd and d ed L -Rom I"
The stylish South African lu- h sew minor UpabstWe@ an.d .
ger saved himeif In last nbta er to Arias came In with J. FP def ,S A.Gi Alnt.
widelymtelevised bout tt. tne nt, est round a 73 against Er- F, rit defeated A. Ale- di
olas Arena by taggIn 9 1l Cong- h dd la ouardia Jr., who also ma.n... ... a.
cripto with a teccaLcrl knockout h a nice 76 only to be eulml- HattloW Vade me, HaTleI. e
at le lkof thne eighth round., o Atd a he fn s rias ria2.o 0 o 4f, L. a e. N
It was the ort ayo Ie ,arl Gerrans waslorced to go M. d default Mo tl
umph In six bout his r uexp.ll ar s holes to eliminate Roy Wat- oGuardia. a,
Dreyer, But he can't forget that r Cleme n defeated Al Brim-G I
in one of the other two bo e stb U pU "ason. a M. .
himself was kayoed by Barry Al Saarinan was also forced to Jorge Boyd defeated John t21k
Brown of New Zealand and lost Io 3 holes to put out Fred Ger- Westman. ,
his British crown. hardt 2 and 1. .
S), "naturally" the 25-yearold In the second flight, Don Mft- Upper Bracket Pairingsp
South African said today, Brown vor with a comfortable lead of 4 N l
is the mr. he wants to meet next up and 4 to go ran Into. abar- Dr. Grant v 7. Palm. "
If that can't be arranged, then rage of pars shot by Joe Puta- F. F, Pury vu winner Hattler I
he'd like to tangle with Vince turo and then found himself all match. TV&
Martinez. the world's e eight h- even at 18 and forced Into extra E. doe h Oa 0s M. Motbo. t.ic
ranking welterweight from Pater- holes. Don lost to Joe 1 up op the F. Clement vs Jorge Boyd. 24
son, N. J. nth.. ."Lower -
Dreyer, who was an 8% to 5 A. de Mesa. V Arango Jr. MA
favorite, because of his ring expe- First Flight Results And Fairings Joe PutataM. va C. Vender- wa
rience, admitted he knew he wai For This Week grift. gal.
behind at the end of the sixth Upper Paz Ridr4el vs 1X J:. More- no
round. no. ste
'Don't worry," he advised hia R Torres defeated Bill Manuel spianoia v Don Dick-
handlers In the corner. "One good scthmitt. erson. ,
unch and I'll stoe this fellow." Al Saarinan defeated Fred C. Pax Rodriguesa defeated W. s
His handlers tol hm. "You'd bet. Gerhardt. E. HUnter. Ar-
ter get going right now." o novey and E. de Is Gar- M.J. ore defeated A
Dreyer, confused in the early din stilll pending. bala. |
rounds by E; Conscripto's swarm- A. Gallndo defeated W. Mlll- M. Espinosa defeated Paul Du-
ing style, had taken charge of the n. ran. .. L
sixth round with three hd t rightBs Dr. Oerrans defeated Roy Don tekeraon defeated W. A. i
to the head.. But the Mexican wel. Watson Daniel.
ter champ again was on the at- Jim plala defeated Manuel h
tack in the seventh. Arias. Matches For This Week In The _S
At the end of that sesn Gordon Dalton defeated T. Defeated 16 Frt Flight er,
referee Mark Conw had 4 the w s cks U "'
ican leading. 4, and judge A. Fred Hunscker (Bye). i. L m ve r hardt.
merico Schiavone agreed, 5 Matches 8-22-5 W. MoUngen va loser in Novey- c
However, judge Artis Schwart ia match
had It even at4 3.1. D,,Gua eat.atI
Dreyer found the openin for Torres v aran d Roy Waton M. Aria.
hi "one good punch" early the lidckea winner Nov.L. Tha.L. tcher ee vs M.. '
eighthDave Wesman andef landed ieated Raul t- t rific n errans vJon Waa. e.
left' ook to th w that drop 0. Dalto v F. Hunscker. Lower
when he wobbled about the ring ,Paul Baumgardner v)LouisLw
Conn stopped the bout. Alberto Arias defeated E rneto Chandck. I
Dreyer weighed 147 pounds to de Guardia. .D e Dlfrer v B Roy Glicken-
Conscripto's 140. it warnDreyorI Jim Ridge defeated Franke haus. p
38th victory in 45 professional Morrice Jr. I R. Arango vsDye.
EV r. : B. Vallarino defeated Geo. L. Romagnt vs J. Shaw.
GQld Dwt Rioamr 'ma"w
Glickenhaus. L. Hale va M. Guardia.
SPNAL L A Dave Westman defeated Raul Aul Driaon v John W e 'D tmanel .
PKlT NMOI Maurice Muller (Bye). Lower
INCOLONAATE NO A. Arias va s. Pidwr. -M. Banks va M. Monho. Ai
T90:. W COLON TEUR D. Arias vs D. DihllUger. Don MaTOr vs Bill Coffee. a
tV^ 1 B. Vallarino To H. Vs Ieal. W. Hunter vs Arbaiza. Bi
'P IONAL L 3 AG9 0 D Weatman vs M. Muller. Paul Duran va W. 'Daniel. I
PLAlwING SUNDAY MORNING
GAM COLON ]PANS. _0
BiTO CAfLUY SURE h. e
TO Sg1pUsL D BY COLON Ia
B-TCOMMON 0 Ai iDR I
. iFOOT ITCl CAUSEE CURB*IAnd
Caudo ,Martinez, 118%, danced I6 Ia
and pnche his way to a TKO th
victory over Cornaello Jaen, 119, Pl i CB
in the main event of the Colon I IJ
amateur bobng card last Friday OIillw ni J a
at the Colo Aireana. ... yew,! M WU FCOE/, h_ _9 c
Claudio, kid bother of Isidro / /i
Martinez Panama's No. 1 contend i
der for i~ii Ithmian in-pound ti-
tie, w in complete control of the i i Iia _r !
fight from the opening bell. He or I W e B
used a beautiful left-hook-over
hand-right combination in fashion- .-' i.a .._"
ing his TKO in 2 minutes and 50 ." do
second01 of the second round. I I
In the semifinal event, Luls Sil- D 0r ot T a th t. tb id ta l
vera staggered his way to a un- .a your frt R.M k ee I T hn e o tU: lt ht psto the Win% p I n
animou decision over Ricardo hltes bs etwmn toe mand on dhe atti, and fungu Rmnll, for US Jit
heM at 184% w -soles of your tfoo thews bitat re feet afootlon IM we
Zuniga who, at 134%, was exact- break dun c ause mor bist..n o.r 1. 6o In.I st
ly one pound lighter than hia op-i tes W gDoerr t m aS otoa i.d _d ha
nent. Both boys "gave it a I ime.thate tualr bleed? If un i makes the akn sot. oar
hey..ad and struggled throutnh a ouer h rm e t- oot troubles, ~ eS -NI... yom o g
the last round too weary to fig t a term or ftm e To rid tS- S
bme s e have-. OWm. olItton ght et n
scientmcauy. am We at-to th -- MGM- In.-- a Makes
Ovur .. ..... .madlams is.ft the ges s nts asd iii m,-la
In the other fights, the minias- -r t tS o mm I for iou Jn,.b S nS5
ture "bitie of the Browns" (Va- -O*i"t=>tPP~bfaoMM urf that ri 5 '
lentine and Selvin) ended with thew mt t rlinwwwr intfeoton ies besomi soft. olear, smooth -
5. ....S ^ N, ..-m .me i-op h .. GeNl.4h i f oaow" ru
Valentine getting the ,decision. In j55, amr-a -I- Na,. -- ie 1 egs
Ithe evening's opener, Jose Felix -
scored a split decision over popu. n
lr Eodolfo. lll lll lil---F". u
In the special exhibition, Jose 4 1
If.w4n d molnatratid the anhilitv y. ,-y.*.- i Gn
.OA 8PRWG0, MOT
S- It was a t am,
fueed t other tse-
dight s well hive sata.
tables at the historic
iLk. And the win let him beat
an O'wr'a record. Man O'War
a retred with 20 wins. in 31
mes. .anderbllt's fleet gray
w hao won 21 races in 22
lYt lague Negro
lar bls $25 Fine
or usingg Melee
COLUMBIA, S.C., Aug. 17 (lMTP)
savannah's giant Negro outfield-
Ali P ton, drew a $25 fine
m South Atlantic League Presi-
nt Dick. Butler today for plow-
S"into Macoc second baseman
ico Fernadez in Sunday's game
The incident touched off a me-
e In which several Macon play-
s, led by shortstop Ted Lewan.
wski attacked Pinton. Umrn-
re Harry Schwarts came up
th a sprained ankle while try-
S break up the fight.
1h Savaniah train lg by
ne ra ina the bottom of the
iath ud, a runner first,
laksateaft a double play
reader to the inafeld.
The runnwe was out at second
t t rowto frtt was wild
d Pineton h aded for seWmnd.
g m stand g
Vi l Fe aandes in
r eot to mak the second base-]
Za drop the ball, reports toI
dr stated. ;
Pernandez w knocked flat but
e version of the affair was that
got up sickly and flu g the
ll at Pinkston, striking m in
Lewandowaki leaped on Pinkston
d was joined by other mem-
rs of the Macon club ia sludi ng
e big outfielder, the sacount
Butler credited umpires Schwart
d Walt Vanderhoff with "an ex-
Ient Job" in quelling the bat-
and prevent g a riot.
The lease president said Sa.
raiah's Negro third baseman,
I Israel, and Athletice' Maemo-
r ly"de mutts als ohbow reM
"While I can't condone Lewan-
wskl's action,'my. investigation
h ows that Pinkston was def.-
tely the instigator," Butler said
letting the Macon shortstop dff
ih only a reprimand. "Pink-
on really he was wrong and
Savannah ultimately lost the
Pinkston, who sla leading the'
ally League hitters with a .25]
average, has hit safely in his istI
I games, including a double in
unday's contest. H has 4 home
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Only game scheduled.
Milwaukee Drive Similar
To Miracle Braves Of '14
The Milwaukee drive-with 20 erythlng. Harry Slk-head ofr
wins in the last games-bas syndicate trying to keep the club
bn remarkable But even mo In Phladel aa. two-mn.
reiarable i te similarity to lIo dollars anda ew
the 1914 "Mirac waves who manager "li Bue r
came from the cellar on Jy 4th would be needed to euUd the
to awep the World Seriea. ank A's.:
Gowdy, who ceNht for the mira- SYlk cant mention Harri flat.
le Braves, i aut his team ly sine that would be readed
was five and oe games be- as "tampering" with the .
hind the Giants.on ugut 14, Inton manager. But ita known
1914. n th mrng August Harria' ambition s to be the
14, 194, the Braves trailed the general manager of a or
same club by the sam margin. eague team.
Gowdy, who now works in Co-
lumbus, Ohio aays-"Two weeks D. ....
ago, you'd never have thought rre ur rP
the Braves would have pulled up
thu way thw %ay..To
%no way mhey have... -
Milwaukee fas ae going all P U
ot for the Brave. Some 42,00
Janmed into Mlwaukee Con- a r h e a
ty Stadium Suday to best Ashburn, cft 1 0 2 0
home attendance only five- Torgeso, lb l 1 0 0 1
thousand short of the million Burgess, ac 2 4 2 0
and one-half mark. That's Hamner, 2b a 1 2 2 1
more than 0,p aheadofnlaut Enmid rf ,0 1 4 1
year's reeordpaee. Sched, ift 4 1 3 2 0
Center-fielder Willie Maya of Morgan, as 5 1 3 3 1
the Giants is adding up some Jones, 3b 5 1 1 2 5
figures himself. WlUe hit his Roberts, p 4 1 1 1 0
37th homer 9f the year Sunday.
That putsMays even with abe Totals 3 I 1
d iedof sx&0 g
number 3 in 'aSe m1.. e, lb 4 1 1 18
In the American League, It Mory, If 3 0 2 31 2
seems the leading lbeveland In- Robinson, lb 3 0 0
dians just love those double- urillo, rf 4 0 0 1 0
headers. The Indians drubbed Campanella, a 1 0 6 1
Baltimore twice Sunday to win Darnell, p 0 0 0 0 0
their 10th twin-bill In 13 this Lablne, p 1 0 0 1 0
season. Cleveland also ran its Roe, 0 0 0 0 0
record against second-division a-Por 1 0 0 0 0
clubs to60 wins and only 10de- Newcombe, p 0 0 0 0 0
feats& b-Amoros 1 0 1 0 0
That explains in part why c-Zimmer 0 0 0 0 0
manager Casey Stengel of the
Yankees is so disgusted. The Totals 20 6 3I s15
Yanks trail Cleveland by three a-Fled out for Roe in 7th.
games-even though they've won b-Doubled for Newcombe in 9th.
seven straight. Stengel says--"So c-Ran for Amoros in 9th.
what if we did win seved In a
row. We're still getting nowhere PhIM"' 2m2 M50 eI-9
fast." Dodgers 121 $10 If--
Casey wants to rejuggle the _rrors Robinson, Schell,
Yankee infield. He says--'We Burgels, Furillo. RBI Torge-
took three straight from Bosto n scored on error by Robinson
but looked lousy doing it. The in- In first Innin), Morgan 2, Me.
field is what's giving me all my ryn, RAeese 2 nnls Hodges,
trouble." Stengel vows "I'm Jones 2. Torgeson, Burgess,
fonna do something about that Hamner, Snider 2 Doubles -
ifeld an_ I'm gonna do it in a Burgemss 2, Morgan, Reese, Amo-
hurry, too." ros. Home runs Reese, Hodges.
The Red Sox will have to do Sacrifce Darnell, Reese.
something about their outfield Fily Moryn, Tormen.
problem in 19S5. Ted Willasms Doublepla Moryn-Oilam-.
stii says he's going to- q Hodges; Hamner-Torgeron. Left
baseball next sean. s on base Phillies 9, Dodgers 6
William says-" I would havp cases on balls Roberts 6, Dar-
forgotten all about the date I nell 3, 4bine 1, Roe 1. &O. -
set for quitting if It wasn't Roberts 2. Darnell 2, Labine 1,
brought up all the time. I hAve Roe 1, Newcombe 1. Hits off -
not changed my mind about Darnell 5 In 2, Labine 5 In 2-1/2,
quitting, though.1 Roe S in 2-2/3, Newcoinbe I In
The Athletics have problems- 32. Rums and earned runs Dar.
period. Outftleld... d. ..ev- nel 4-, Lablne 4-4, Roe 1-1,
SRoberts -". Wild pitch Rob-
International br- W
Loop Standings MMM
U0_..MT. AI I WI.
W L Pet.
78 44 .80M
74 51 .J2
0 54 .881
48 67 371
YESTERDAY'S BSU SlS
Richmond at Syracuse, (post-
avana 010o004 120-8 12 0
uffatle 000 01 I-4 11 0
Moreno and NobMe. Jl nson,
thwarts (6) Hudmmon (I), BroIk-
N (8) and Lake@mm. Lt -
olmaeon. OIW, Nicholas
Over .hffa Bson
NEW YORK Au 7 (UP) .
Pitcher Julo lorno scattered
11 ht ad ecod basema
Nicholas hit two home runs to
lead the Havana Sugar g to
an 4 victory over the u
Blams In last eight's only Inter-
national aIgum game.
Riuchmond a- at Syracuse to
the only other game scheduled
and It ws rined out.
Fifth-place Havana now traMil
Syrus h Only a h gf
etustse or the
;. >- *. '-- -
- I ~ - .
i". ' ". -.I- m .5*,'/' ', *'
,. AMA A.... 1 A. . .
a Sto = iny oter .Othe r 1611aw. so
Only an one. other -st 14 the .argl win more than 20
ame i n the majors. 3 Mi 4 secoM season up frman New
ZO a bhe won h, while losig 13. And, as was to
*hbu, he led al ,e re i yiedn' i hostile bats. The
% r eA kol~m for 1 bhita h tef gn ame of thegoeriee
and yet wer held w o one M which cams in the
emut*1, At which tAme The sageU4 eIght-r lead.
WAN DAHIGBREN 80AP GOAT FOB MOCARTUT Y
One of the clients had asked whatever became of Babe Dahl-
ren, who, as a Yakee first baseman reminded the presa boz of
hade. an eim te Joe McCarthy appeared to believe was a
bit etravagent, in feet, after two seasons, McCarthy dropped
"His aems are to sabort." he told startled baseball writers,
who wondered'when the manager had measured them and, If he
did, why he waited two yean to dow. ,
Replacing that great Lou ehr, r had drawn no
easy ainment. And it didn't beoom any lefs demanding when
Sthe. an ewthe mnant tn 1940. That one wouhave
Made lflve In a row for McCarthy and puthim.ahead of Johl Me-
Oraw. CoeIvably. Dahigren becamIe one'o0 the ape gOats.
The Yankeee came from fifth place, nine games away, in
mid-AuRgt that year. but wer still two games shy at the finish.
It they could have mae t, McCarthy would have won eight
straight, for the Yankees came back in '41 to start an unbroken
ran of three.
Althog he seeing took such things, a records in tride,
SMcCa: Iws not altogIether without vaniy or ride, if you will,
and eight successive champishp. . Well, at would have
been something, indeed.
And so. even now, there may be nights when McCarthy, sit-
ting on the front porch of his farm house, and staring absently
at the tra, will suddenly g t up and snort:
"That Dahlgren and his abort arnms!"
Whatever became of him? Bill Schroeder. managing direc-
' tor of the Helms Athletic Foundation, Los Angeles, writes that
Dablgren lives in Arcadia, Calif., is happily' married, he has two
youngsters (Little League stars), writes songs, and conducts a
Slightly sports radio program.
RABBS 1B0 MAN IN ABCADIA
kO ai flt know Mat
lawyers look I.
True, there are certain charge.
t rtmes which are often 're-
quieOent for doing a Jab pxp
S a l a dcera a bre
elnbough .to exert pressure
at master's knee leve to
swrve him d om danger, heavy
nough t man that peusne
aount ian emerney but no o
are as to 11 dWW to a
port or to t"d
hbine a u1ds Ulcation can be
ound a seral breeds which can
l other- charactteristla s.
or r m ndMiacy. Tu there
a eei-Wn breed. ,
Police ao dgs trn for
pol te w sork ,a may pe aim.
ed or it mrom the rn ats the
German or Bdelgioan shA e
Doberman plbches, Rot e
or some other woderatel large,
ness the dog s about--uIs don
bak al trained for ta fr
SpleUntil o enduro e f
or s aroused so that A f he
try to figure w Armsa
dog, feeling that dogf th dbouts is-
taken for a 4fx, there is less lie.
lihood of associating the dog with
The original idea of tolling
came from the times when wea-
pons. were of much shorter range.
Game was lured to within bo*-
shot, range of a hand net or club,
by virtue of the curiosity aroused
by the tolling dog.
In Nova Scotla, where some toll-
Ing-dog tradition still IIngers,
some doga resembling small gol
en retrievers have I en more re-
cetly used to lpre bi wiMthin
S .0,. .
L '. -,o .... >m. o' ^!a. A,L '+..-. :., ...
oli trainers of 1 tolg dogs In
th "o th at looks Hke a f"
cmool, at.y biht agle ds
iu.be tr to and wl
beJust as effective as the extent
of tie ability of his 'at" to a-a
7D.stributd by. _A...M 4")
OUT Carlos Bernier, star out-
fielder for the Hollywood Stars
hua been suspended for the rea
of the 1964 baseball season for
lapping plate umpire. Chris
Valenti The ump daned him out
on str kes. The incident took
place in Hollywood where the
Stars we pla the San
o.rse A au .
S W. tl P ohe
A e that far
liSo th~,~i summer.
o* ttis therenl
aT *r p ld t* different
sAee Lawas down
Is front In 1 Joni
did ttwce in the erwie
no one has be d twr la a row
ina 41 year.
2he e u b:2ampon
tri tl Gn = vi Va. 1
heated the crown to otl wi the
Yrrvie Werd, Sr., Is-a threat,
but havlngbeia a member of The
mnenos Cup Tem ptst t wo
strikes on the Ite North Caro.
lan who has coed the British
Amateur. ward bw Belling au-
tomobiles In a Fraf]ilco, has
been pmn lm considerable olf,
went Into M ans C -p
Matches and 0 adan Amateur
after an eshlitimh tour with By-
Itf you are stabbing fr a dark
horse, don't overlook Ted Rich-
ards, Jr., sad Bruce Cudd, also
obt of the far west. Richards re-
ently won the otaern Califor-
nia Amateu. .-h Snt Monica
lad was the Public LUnks cham-
pion last year, had Lttler 2 down
in the Amateur and let him get
Cudd accounted for the West-
ern Amateur a couple of weeks
ago. A 21-year-old Junior at Port-
land University, h was unknown
outside of his own backyard when
he went to ie semifinals of last
summer's Amateur to be smoth.
ered by Littler, 10 up and 8.
The Americas Cup Teams was
composed of Bill Campbell, Don
Caorrv, Charley Coe Lt. Joe Con-
rad, Dale Morey, Ward and Billy
Joe PattOn. The latter is the dar.-
ing player who hogged headlines
in the Masters and Open, but the
Morgauntwn, N. C., lumberman is
at his best at medal play.
The Americas Cap Matches
once spore gives the Amateur an
international swing, bringing a-
long the Canadians and Mexicans,
Robert Trent Jones, the archi.
tect, has worked on the Country
Club course, which means that
things aren't so sim pI e. The1
Grosse Pointe Farms layout is
'one of the most level in the land,
but is well wooded san trapped.
1 t' IA.
taus. I reimusng now pb e oa over as rs we whoIn uOra
wan forded to give u th por, Dahiren dras a picture that
is both dramatic and inspiring and at the same time one that
teaches a lesohN in humility.
"Bab' was instrumental in developing a remarkable Little
S League woject in Arcadia last year. In fact It one of the
finest In the country. Babe's contributions to civic and youth
welfare activities out here are endless. In every sense, he is a
big league citizen."
Nice to hear. and apparently Babe's "short arms" aren't a
handicap. 's a matter of fact, they couldn't have been much
of a handicap In 1939. when the Yankees won with him at first
Stock Car Racing Reaches
12-Hour Stage And Sprint
y-MAUT r AsAW what h as m lively argu-
meNt thew Ameriean versus
NEW YOWL Aug. IT (NEA) foreign ears.
Back in ti aIs when Congress
in a rivsl ts and "WMLL0, SAID o0"1, "1et's
S tri control man a thirst, put an a race, a real toIh one,
some o the are adpt ram hut- and see wMich the faster."
eta SO the GeMa Wk road de-
aided they ad better make their Otto put up for d
camra Utad fastha tta'hoee opa e flold was ffisd
rated y local revenue agents. M can, repaessn fnt
So they .omeed to soupupp American aAd HI ..., were
their lalouis. entered. Each1will be d by
l ZOttepo iats out to us, a two-man d6iwg tan.
was the birth of the stock ear
rad crao. Th earWr IM ves
t ho auto raina ood a n hw the
siT uo o a ..
and Is a me
Svloewwee~mtdDU ef Irma's Na. Faul Whluaai sIe muAW man,
tond AsIeitso tock -Car buy speed a, urvse their
Auts Xacik% say that ptft Iu- ssuplaiu, got drive r to unu
a on., If it aeopibd nohi themfis onesae
sel esee nted h i with a t a.e "leas a ne- ene m. hne
int.uie.ss. majority of ear in Otto's race
2z if 4a at abo ut t a oed by 8lewho" merely
Fer a tee ha t U wu a tm:.451 d.e yh would
dino. .w& w a lot o pe14 to Jo y-te hane them in the
Sato eAl a rts eT. ree.a race.
as noi a sm a ath- MIW DRIVERX A- a story in
Solace e people s4ad. ears themselves, Mellows like Her b
S0 lmaroads by sped- lThomas Dick Rathman and Lee
Aa^.eM W ~ reached the the 1-1-0dea .
A i t attracts
veUgre aPwdasmto am t ver "Ihe three will be In the tlck eof
eve ft md to that th lB. the ouMr ree at Iadea sad
dlae s M was the int where the minute It e will waste to
M n e talk n a- neab Newark ai ert fr a flht
bout ear re to Ba Meadows ace Track at
Orm Na p on M I a t Z e, cami
a IlMoWr LeXaNM wMeh h' rune They'll get into dri togs faor
Sovero a tp~ at LIda, NJ., a e-mide evet W r is
AuL.l 5 apes soere than ranina there eat aftermoo.
Sto w Uorthe a At ua Auto da, ye oe, tees over
thfa hir or Americane its partelpa lontse sok and
and stock sad sports ears. barrel. ap is left
V That's what a LeMis la-yea tieiM stock, It ia m Ittle
as 0... 1 % M. **2 IN ..P
t a fwr --A g-
AOft.SJoss lob m e7 Ue
L MahBBBBk JBSBB~hJBI- ^^^^- ts JSf t1 sa'^H --lM^~
r iSEstSz^^ ^ caoa -a.jirx
LOOK WHO'S COME
" HO G"
has literally gone HOG-wild to bring YOU the best sales agents
1100 reaches 100,000 llsteers i Panama and the Canal Zone with a b'ylg -power of $20,000.000
With tlie easy, better Ustmeag offered by stars uch as Eddie Fisher, Sammy Kaye, Tex Beneke,
Olora de K (ia George Melchtri.. amd hs, sponsors can promote sure-fire sales at a lower cost per
sales-dolar tu any other adw f irtl el.
A SIMPLE PHONE CALL CAN PUT THESE -STARS TO
WORK FOR YOU!
CLEO MOORE HUGO HAAS
OPENS THURSDAY! 7
In the proud tradition of "The third Mo"
comes Carol Reed's new thriller!
A powerful drama of modem Berlin a"'
sensationaltand Intriguing as the c ty IseF-
JAMES M+ +
PHONE 2-306S N"OWI
.. .. 1,
lanme Stewart, in
-^ rnNW- mr
D . A DIAI E .r -
TEAM MEN Dbale Morey, Hairvie Ward and Bliy Joe Patton, left to right, wa t1.1
'United States Amateur Championship In Thei Americas Cup Matches and lC.
It is 6875 yards long and par is As a stern test the six-day mar- .1-hole matNhes the '.
70. athon. all at match play is com- than the s-hole Hse. .
parable to the PGA Cahmplon- final. The golfer mut
The total entry was 1282. The ship. The winner Survives 10 for a week and avoid t
eligible field consists of 200, of rounds and eight sudden death who is hotter.
whom 176 were determined by matches. There are 18-hole "
sectional qualifying rounds. matches the first two days, two It's a lot of golf. -
Balboaub To Hold YMCA-SO TOMOOW I
Chess Club To.Hold T, O AND TOMOMOWI'I
A tournament to determine the
championship of BDlboa will be
conducted by the Balboa Y. M.
C. A.-U. 8. 0. Chess luab. It is
open to U. S. citizens residing on
the Pacfc- side and Includes mili-
tary and civilian personnel.
A meeting to ;,lan the tourna-
ment will be held on Wednesday
August 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the U.
M. C. A.
Those interested are urged to
register at the Y. M. C. A. and
attend the meeting next Wednes-
... ormo... A...17 ,
Reod"a dy, .ha :he ,n ,-
Toe and wl attack the
d tommdna that the green
sben givenfor a N- thdt h NO$ hMbd
service opening the second assembly of the World Council of Churches. LLead13 the oUtn an island and that an
i are presdents of the Council. Left to right: Archbishop Athena oras, Gteek eatjtsd 265,000 Red troos are .
London: Rev. Dr. Marc "oegner, Paris; Bi'hop E.vin.' Breggra- Oslo; 'r. 0. K. A. maled in the three cotal"prov- ONDON
of C heer nland and Bhop C. K. Jacob of Idia. the lalit r the
d ofC- lanae, asare s u lt . O f Ea hn .... ..e
CW.uns Eedes jt -s eninstU It4 30 0 l m'l .
ANSTmltyIo rr e re17enthArdC4c.Teehad1toblrnerfhon l Pes nti ,suhrhi4 .. iw- e j.. -,-. -.Ta -." "fr
Wor lr Ntw Ao p lia ra
uChraechiinnrches Sthaid Ce.dahpable oGodnd.f Easin co andr areo probe wear Atfrthe leh to ofn hn: a atrai
of..... facineAmericanlmm r indape"ie ad the l eat t and the o pl e o to tha the t
shdWips elsworn t o nneucr t ins F r- wr opecefu use c te sop ace la n dwaba
'lopml.peB breai Nationoa n as and. eors o
ationaltPresidntmutual,,e to adear Ts ,. wo end,, .i,, s .I....a by .t
S AWAn a ids t roardsroe e oasrer c oe m werek afte r te -a
..;ho l a ou ot t e. A eri nd ,v earnd a a r y da.a, a ill atc ---- tzeh
,.Nationalist P resie tA so d t r_
TON. I., Aug. 1 I (UP) thAe World Council These, he shad. hi to be servants of the kinou fshek apparently had noiblnf rt ome gster u .tn ,D~ dor ot of n at -heeL
riU churenan of the are undepresented o t th prae nt oC God and of Christ's ehure o abloee to i tpenrsuade the onoer- AttWe lir his a to oo hnate he a.
e ad West curh bdes ra d wr Inmrl l hme rseir ina sth e Lhre coasta Ooe Cae
oed chiah mi bti oy aaarqor o oehere o _~,oo-bt t 0 tser she-rm At tt
4rcasnonof, theWorld Council ofrTgrrelan to n m i ed b S muar n t a -te mopniothtol y a1h h n loL M en Il ~tC
7hFerkaiBs was told yesterday. foweire, fiVe re2resentaFl ar h Ciag tatteDaha oe u ed s em pc t pnt mn i. b
t leaders e reseu from hurh were forbidden to particflpate minh be relmegd of t hepro ma nl e ro theo0 ae
Brto s o brief as nese eommundsm-in polie tpro- es th "
at thle W "( c shslOa five from H-. any phase on the current .eee_ broadcast eo the a c a atd thGneva o r-p .,o s. 0sd
,s b ay n nn~efo E s rn~DViser 'i Hoof snsadinh I 0 P dand was mitoared n rnienee an oi n en a gthe "a At"
s i Cheas Sa id, s Papab l f a sing.opreatsoM aode-tngsprrheriht oohr eoleaoeatit I Chnle.B W n9
ip and folth ie n a c eR Arm.ny. 1 was 'surprsing" an d shrowed l _a capitas.. ..sb ..e -- "| t ,t_
wrey lbor i t ,e n nna
offc the natlticncan vi srt oe te pr pose.'0toeCm nt n ati cismo f has underle o batd*-
seion he toeroCt ur h PrV i der t ad r e ._ouen- Her prniaeprsetd t.hat he. el eokng or eli-Uole pBriai's Labor e etnmenpt, viese. rs es day s e ey arace I'l'.Krmdo
for some member a r ln howr mode rn earl-m orn in e ld~anerou" Vetinh ivlinel rs w o nIegtiation H n ----e n.. -- mention of actual cult...tio.
*o s. we0rew at..-
Id- Wars East West Tensions too[ a geous trade are ans conact anlth ndSOd'the
NationalistnPresident C ani;nmalh eawaaE= 11ythria A-uomrr colleaguesO"rweek,"at rt a
spemkers were the Right tries which refused to permit theiroRoman CathoMic heirarchy ha 'TU- I whi.ch.ed edo ed bs the U i ved Satmstad- lghtlaged.. .. ...e, s Irr Ient_ by --ate
e wrms we ecur.tive.tios qu,,-
Cidropped ouut h'teltd i tCo hn
thlro ughth e nd in e are eotingere.nav t ourgiveti o rm h Vmt .eshipsodTh A m M..in hg e an ban we llld 3 r t
rist chainhmeasn thennllre uom to adt crpat In eu- Roman Catholic s waro e no t onor Pardl es t open negotiations with .. igh.. .....ing,, La
pe n s .rb e ro ,e m Lbren oh vernen w de s aere ganou ths a. o e .e ennosy
bewCentral Committee and t u erobie s throu their bidden outright if iven previous Ithe renh o rt n ralr ani tous b the ider e .thaan daee.
The mltIisthe coun cil's o fficiallyapponteddeeg sanctionaby "cm pee sproiso slf-ue, lg trils and troubles of the The Sove tlaeelt i et s
osaitheworda Councilof Rormania, handtwo in gol issutoridty Saer lhCar d Viet n al wase acc p anyrineepolost hey abyChan ed sem y to "cal lanl
wartoly estegdla oI lso her i tve as noted tatarchbs op ofChic a his- minister o state, Moeyml .. th.es orr to l Fo odBrusur1 -- ...
Ceaago suburb, open center r partt apefrn Swmba hrci fe de the ftrmrserN s- e stained t e Laboroh Part G Ohnr.e Cpc
W6r eehw n Uwlverety led m- snome churc were hi rerp b01rdeMnuwto.tle honrrteprs" Aa aidd and e ts mo
therml l stolead erpsate n eve nn frormsad reaerInt verd ,pt'ese ahn acomogio n d st
... byt th Le Peipinern- raooaion of ustneGnevaeweri82
,d t ,0 .mbati b in eth o m cr isoner sof Wa thet raher in hi Dn- ways h beleved In the f nullest.Adn.n
flaiantd atten ded m *ll oBe aIRDr c on canllandsh dacapitals.Lab i es
In. .. ..... *- ---*-.* i.....
war0precededbhere syFre.c.rmepm ie ltd I h. OS2la o'asg la c il tat des 5 gked tWte..
onc o IChu he en fem Ioutast in coun- H eon, sod iTa. I'ed .wf.. Drltre octh hsdort orderi.t 'a partnership with In-d a,,,oda S usel oUv t.n In"RD
l. c owre .... ..wI hItthieswhich refus med mbeir: Ro elons-roanCat Bent A r an d Mantouda cn- tan ad ""-"n Inther-r I-.-- ha, been given one-- o----1 chance .he annonceeoeCit"es tutorlnotamdxtieinne ree
,ps.io.p ofcl e an yand t ocomehranduare Pradidtveeredaepr viu pacfcanlfruu. ra 4
D. po"aresiniou r L de berAn, issuedin1.UP)ich-said-The nisianr emoa Turwt hneffectivent ofa o istforht.rT e p resstoldof43N
n ebuee Tapwolh e thatal jootpyeedl o thetha e gaer00 thr nod.n matr en tTerOday iaep a .-17 ..titagA
wifeo oacai Rm Ce th" arris oeo nehoritior th "We arean. Fioo3dRphetlerfth ..
-'ruedo "ttere .snodthofAHaoinc, ssemblielstreughntheirhaddenoutriso"ifgivenprevi us.theFrench____ __ on 0 pl._y
council'sodficiallyapi oin, t ea theheen lf mmus at i on ko ntand V io an y emom e tsr In.t hena to rotec- rn"eevChit -2w -
ater e rst y cam_ sm hrs sntr? e"0 micle relatiforense at s n igiomaof h creudel-mem, fom...se-,
det wa e timeperer s In. fuiveI swing doe ntyd p
h e at sai, canth .assembly -b llSwe.p l f l ntaerness.theeeeut.euLer.oofpropos6alstforne -M"ntw N egotitions ned auresalt and Ktme. tc
th.... .......uree othe mr d station run theRe Forenco l -thenthreeoditersywf o Tb total.o.e ow .t
FproNov.lYoint Foctaln. eor sai tRhe teasted"badtese-eoraore on loca lheo"badatsen.etween0Aacres ndlt- 0
-O Ru-w lbc pedhsn .nand Catho lieEgypteahenso f. n t rare as, weait o d id eoffothered ontineUnitso g o f-a-s-
206 ldscompriing f8oM wthe8Msonhowe S.a emesh tae5Xcm ar and m dere omlee Fit lRL nenas ad p the
i" o s d t Theyon C fontormpre owentatwIvlie a iand oher nationaeis dpart ie States OfA mertd caythat n fthey are h aoruem h. aeringone me w dec ation n
en a I' and a lon aenyou ghto registden to vot ew tohe cease-rehbassof Truni xi to aIpecooprTe dthe tho myiF e nch i g1fo U fth o relian e d eor a a. acralysbwntweth ert'oayrh.hat
Ho tk t h n.hen A bout17(UP) -Easton eCm ni btweentc ofi and,
0or0somemnesbernr- owrm-morningZ"daTgerous" leftmToh civiliantor ta--
minaiINyctt .Man tfrom xWrssengtonal onginteehes. Thbe nuo be tof trench FiotrLm Tournigbtus at tha toe.
"0 is- t opse Woodsan dmojrety den thma-nsther MEWAB r M d cos orssri acions over dtrie T o leaInel
Miliaicp-ste'h"t rarCases b Onutualo and o .reliefdta td
SecretariescmeamooC.,gerty oN "ha nd'nTheone.r e ports shaid the tearsidys-lled 1 pere ntbyocoll e ve
4..W e eoam mW ill-a s hand tbomeon Stehneons. Motionoepictur es of tmise tuse d idof by the Unitu ofar an 176su e rte n by stt
SI.h theneededonl to fi......t prison..ers .Will be Marredica Casefs"horThe Ma- ad tates sofAierica for floodfa s wtiv ao
W a ntS- anduto e aeougaslpyDert mwB khJ
17 York City had t oeirn Unomut-from -an son.hBomb"willbeshown.at 'orntq "rA bide." despt o ther i trfalyson ."
o-"ty bfw or Sutherevtinfnhasenhow formsaid. "P do tof oiontnh eeefat e os thes ahnno ncemet.
slds tona r 1 Forns for th en(htire roseveral thonermAandn theInthelan C- d saeT Soi lae ft In.ced-
nationZoneEast.omn-should-behandledtaiRdtoe"calhl-/ e omwouldobeonlytc upone al c
e sinbPc heck their party preference and reil eR ed hatglriy b nuil reone spats, u eq a
iens connectionof voter" te I-nef. -doheUsdem andedto 1udeli-
r 5 b-thTo "locat O f Busines imeItthis rolfe roomswingt r n-
cOpetspowllbIVWh iteHouse, eodeashthen"ngton, D.C." c.'? -u formminmss
bold ing un til e ai, a' Fir.. v 17 ( )-R e deetaao mse Alan
v, r ent mem. gl a- .i... TMmplin proudly intarodued s a o CnARLESTON, S.C. Aug. 17 .l .Mcultivrtion-
Nor heard 1VANA, Aug. 17 (UP) -Two "Nellie, the electronIc bar- (UP)-The PassmaDIM ifla_-
80entd.-a-until bombed exploded in downtown maid who operate by remote or "Amaryllis" wasunler -"e
81Alast night, kIlling a dli osatrol. Coast Guard porutiw today after
.U-- t leader of the opposition She ean turn right or left arriving here yteryfro
."Othodox" Party injuring four sad has two spds slow for Car, Wales to load 8,M06 on
'"'OWRRO Wahder'and causing "extensive" the ecus ers and tons of scrap metal.
AV. .iirty damag. fda f" teb parched one.
Selr. dam e" .ppHes soft The Coast GQsuard horm vno
.. -wMi 'queMartine: oach, &i" o j"*M. apWot Ln
Sld, found TIb sMt 'eaevsoped therea or torthe sMurity 01
L nnthe dov (f his a- e d bepe ute tOmA3Rthe I flISe
bt.uo four InJured o lslne M because o headCtIonwas AM
______ potniof t avin1= gl Oii urd heedparten I
d woman in deep, p his ey to get Wasington
we hospItalized. a of bee,
A similarunapeNd C a"
Guard securitywath was psee-
Kayak Krashes Kurtain
d* babsmer. L
-.0.NN, Island of erh, the er l by kayak.I
IT (UP) a- T Whe WsWbstories
utilel 'b as unestood imme-
an*sh hve 1 so'nepr
pildInaa ea this Baltic CON ICIS M" -
S in:a 11 W, he"bl t aa
farm house ball of orflk.
Mrasir. th wstcuo
i tieO w luso r as
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