The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00479

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" Let the people know the truth end the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


PANAMA. P.. THURDAT. AUGUST 19, 195


Senate


OK's


Free


Vacation


Travel


Remon On


Talks: Still


Much To Do


* President Jose A. Remon ad-
mitted today that some progress
has been made in treaty nego-
tations between Panama and
the United States, but there Is
stUil much to be done.
At a press conference attended
by members of his cabinet and
treaty consultants Drs. Harmodio
Arias and RSlsao J. Alfaro, Col.
Remon sa U.8. answers to
panamannlan.roopsals are wor-
thy of detalle= study." ,
S The Preldent abstained from
giving prelse information on
the U.S. counterproposals, but be
said that these included:
1.-The Increase of Canal an-
nuities.
2-.-ome measure of economic
cooperation.
.-_3qual salaries (for Pana-
manians) in the Canal Zone.
44-Equal pensions for Canal
workers.
S 5--Better opportunities for
Panamanian commerce.
6o.-Return of lands and waters
Iof manifest Importance to the
SRepublic.
Remon also revealed that Pan-
amanlan ngotitors ead b
ne"Vi**< ralt-a A MMf-a


Unifruco


12 o


Income taxes paid by the
United Fruit Co. into the Pana-
manian Treasury will be increas-
ed from 18 to 30 pea cent, ac-
cording to the terms of a new
contract negotiated between
company representatives and
Panama government officials
The 12 per cent increase was
announced today by President
Remon at a press conference this
morning.
On the basis of the new con-
tract, the bi U.S. banana firm
will pay $1,700,000 more n taxes
this year, if it Is approved by
the National Assembly before
Dec. 31. This will bring the total
of the company's '54 taxes to
$3,800,000. The new contract will
remain effective until 1986.
President Remon and his cab-
inet met mniediately following
the press conference to put'their
stamp of approval on the new
contract and grant authority to
Finance Minie Alfredo Aleman
to sign for the Panama govern-
ment.
UFCo. representatives were
sending thie contract to their of-
fice in Boston, Mass., today for
deliberation and approval of the
company's board of directors.
According to the new contract ,
mnt .ml transfer wtemh t .-Rma


To


More


Pay


In


dispensaries and schools operated
by the company.
However, the company will
share two-thirds of the cost of
the Almirante and Puerto Ar-
muelles schools as long as it does
not exceed $40.000. In addition
the company has agreed to con-
tribut e $5.000 annually towards
the upkeep of the two schools.
The contract also empowers
the company to the flooding or
rehabilitation of banana landq,
subject to authorization from
the Ministry of Agriculture, Comrn-
merce and Industries. The com-
pany is also empowered to
change the location or abandon
Individual plantations for com-
mercial reasons.
The new contract also exon-
erates the company from the
payment of import taxes on
products and equipment needed
for the operation of plantations.
The exoneration will amount to
about $150,000 annually.
On the other hand the com-
pany has Wgreed to give prefer-
ence to .Panmanian products as
long as they are of equal quality
andcost as imported goodsplnas
freight and consular charges.
The contract also empowers
the company to maintain large
axtenmsm of uncultivated ds
ia riultumral reemr but must
usual. taxas on theea


RP


Taxes


by ex-President Ricardo J. Al-
faro, Finance Minister Alfredo
Aleman, Agriculture and Com.
merce Minister Temistocles Diazs
and Comptroller General Hen-
rique de Obarrio for the Pan-
ama government.
UFCo. vice president Samuel
0. Baggett came to Panama
from Boston to conduct the ne-
gotiations along with local com.
pany officials for the UFCo.
Baggett told The Panama
American: "The negoclations
were very satisfactorily carried
out In a most cordial atmo-
sphere. We are happy to have
this revised contract entered
into.
"We think it will contribute
to the continuance of .the very
fine relations we have always
had with the Republic of Pan-
Baggett left shortly afterward MAKES HE
by plane for Almirante. From shown in h
there he will go to Guatemala Swan," at1
for a few days before return- Pocono Pla
Ing to his home In 'Boston.


(NEA Telephoto)
ER DEBUT Gloria Vanderbilt. the millonaires is
er third act costume after her performance in "The
mountainhome. Pa. A crowd of nearly 800 packed the
house and enthusiastically cheered Miss Vanderbllt
as she made her stage debut.


USRed Chinese Both
US, Red Ch nese Both


Cut Korean


Garrisons


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CZers


As Bill Awaits


Like's Signature

Canal Zone employes were rejoicing today over the
news, just received on the Isthmus, that the vacation
travel bill has passed the Senate and is on its way to
President Eisenhower for signature.
According to the provisions of the new legislation, HI;
R. 179, all federal government employes on the Canal
Zone will be entitled to a vacation round-trip for them,
selves and their families, expenses paid, after each two
years of continuous service for the government.
Word of the passage of the bill was received simul.
taneously on the Isthmus by members of the National
Federation of Federal Employes, and by Howard Munro,
legislative representative of the Central Labor Union.
Metal Trades Council here.
Munro, who had just returned from Washington,
previously expressed confidence that the legislation would
be passed.


Munre has also reeldy
today that IR 9709, a I
ed at peovldnlg unemp
Insumraamt. for former
utimet mismo,,tm insAl


word enatment of PuMl aw -
aim i n.AM04, ad who erefwe d
meat not have l ed -rae m.--


St he best of their abilityplced military Of-
h rac t was nego dfical d that the ares,
06 Seris.( List ficlalta beae
for several months, Indletting
they have no present intentln
Three sailors and a Marine COCOil Clubhouse. onew .g the n oresn war.n
who were Injured in an auto- i, t oThe result, the official said Is
mobile accident on Randolph Re-Openin OK'd that. even with the withdrawal,
Roa Tuesdiay night, were tak- the U.S.-Republic of Korea fore-
andoarethensered ttob ay Authority to reopen the Co-.. es now have comparatively more
aend con at the relonbein d. II Clubhouse at an early date, strength In relation to opposing
cni athColo has _ust been rmesie from forces than at any time during
The driver of the car which Washington, a spokesman for the war.
crashed into a guard rail and the Cocoll. Civic Council an-. The U.S. decision, announced
turned over, was Marine C!. nounced today. by the Defense Departmentyeq-


Eight girls and five boys were Andrew B. Casey, Jr. The s l- t. ray, met witn h aer p e-t
born at Gorgas Hospital during es who were his passengers The clubhouse was closed from South Koreans who said it
the week ending ao midnight were Wesley Schlent, Gayle Nash down April 1. The council ha would invite another Red attack.
Monday, according to the weely and Joe H. Isaacs. All are sta- been working towards reopening But the department said the
hospital report. toned at Coco Solo. the clubhouse to Cocolf residents move "will better serve the stra-
There. were 179 admitted to No charges have as yet been for some time. tegic Interests of the United
the hospital during the week and iled against the driver, pend- The exact date will be opened States." Chairman Leverett Sal-
158 discharged. Five deaths were ing further police investigation, was not yet known. tonstall (R-Mass.) of the Senate
reported, the causes of which Armed Services committee a-
were liven as galoblatroma, pro- greed.
maturity, septicema, multi A ericanSociety To Hold Cost e MeanwhileIn Seou the
akull fracture,andpostopera Teo South Korean government or-
Five of the children born last Cha Ball At Panama Golf Club aytoon
week were of American parent- charig it would open the way
age. Names and home address of for a new Communist Invasion.
the pents of these are oMr. Police and block leaders hus-
and Mrs. William Mason, Al- The American Society of Pan- right now getting the outfits tied thousands of residents out
brook Air Base; Mr. and Mrs. J. amA announced today it would ready. of their beds at dawn, when the
J. Yanopulos, Panama City; Mr. sponsor a Costume Charity Ball Nobody will be admitted with- withdrawal was announced angd
and Mrs. M. W. Wooten, Fort at the Panama Golf Club Hal- out a costume and police will be ordered them to the Seoul foot-
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gil- loween night, Saturday, Oct. 30. stationed at the entrance to ball stadium to voice their dis-
lespe, Diablo Heights; and Mr. The benefit has been arrang- eject any would be customers approval.
and Mrs. Burnette. Cocoll. A son ed to aid the Escuela de los Bs- who a r r ive in conventional Neither President Syngman
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Yano- tados Unidos in PanamA City. dress. Rhee nor foreign minister Pyung
ulos and daughters were born Fee will be $1 per person and L u i s AzcArraga's orchestra Sung-tal would comment direct-
o the other parents. tickets will be placed on sale will play nightlong and the af- lv on the U.S. decision, but of-
-Tne birth of daughters were within two weeks. fair promises to be one of the ftidal spokesman Hong Kee Karl
announced at the hospital to Mr. year's outstanding events, protested it strongly.
and Mrs. A. A. Sampson, of La Prizes will be awarded for the All members of the American -long said the Red attack in
Boca; Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Mar- best costumes and comparsas. Society will soon receive tickets June, 1950, was the direct con-
mol, of Panama City; Mr. and and the ladies can get b u sy in the mail. Not in costume. sequence of the American
Mrs. C. H. Blades, of Paralso;, -
and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Thomas.
of Rainbow City.
Sons were born to the follow-
Ing: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gray,
of Parque Lefevre; Mr. and MWs.
Ines Albeo, of Gamboh; Mr. and
Mrs. C. 0. Callender, of La Boca;
and Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Clarke, of
L Boca.


Commy Price Of
Tomato Paste
Up Slightly
A Panamanian woman paid
W$p for an 11-cent can of tome-
to paste yesterday afternoon In
the Balboa Magistrate's Cou
The costly purchase was
result of a 820 fine impose
Carolina Reid. 44. who
IO2 o guilty of peUt larcc-iy
oundm the Tivol moctn-s-y.
"loot" was the 11-cent can
S paste.
Bow, Wow!
Three do two female and

p uetaone to be held at fItng who tuwe down i talUan arrit I Ban Ftancie# as they begin a tour of the
siol Poee Station at U.S a d by an uident local Clnese bodneman are (left to right): Chang
SA a a Chim at a B M


?Authoritativ'e ar C"'
Rhee wl demand the Ui
tates green to major Increase
in South Korean armed strength
to offset the withdrawal and In-
sist that the departing divisions
turn their weapons over to the
South Korean army.
American officials In Seoul are
sure Rhee was told of the Im-
pending withdrawal of U.S.
troops when he was in Washing-
ton early this month, but ne
made no reference to it until It
was announced officially.
The National Assembly was
summoned to a special meeting
last night to pass a resolution
objecting to the "indicated"


British Also

May Pull Out

Their Forces


LONDON. Aug. 19 (UP)-The
defense ministry said today
Commonwealth governments are
studying the possibility of re-
ducing or withdrawing the Bri-
tish Coimmonwealth Division
from Korea.
A spokesman for the minis-
try said the future of the
Commonwealth Division also
would "be mentioned" at the
annual conference of Common-
wealth chiefs of staff which
opened at Camberley, England,
yesterday.
"But the disposal of the
Commonwealth Division would
call for government negotia-
tions," he said.
"Discussions are already go-
ing on between Britain and the
Commonwealth governments re-
garding the possibility or prac-
ticability of reducing or rede-
ploying the Commonwealth Di-
vision but no plan has vet been
decided upon." he said.
He said the United States
was "aware" of these discus-
sions, the spokesman added.
The spokesman emphasized
that no decision had yet been
reached on the future of the
Commonwealth Division and
that it would be wrong to as-
sume that the division would
be withdrawn completely from
Korea.
The U S. announced official-
ly yesterday that it is pulling
four American divisions out of
Korea.
The War Office said the Com.-
monwealth Division consisted
of one British brigade, one
Canadian brigade, one Coam-
monwealth brigade of Austral-
lans and. British and oe ar-
tillery regiment from New Zea-
land.
The total strength was estim-
at P a h MW


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'.. .. v"an employee wUhis unde e other bil'. H 09 wf
certain-w-hich t cour -aSt .ay return to e lfeet former
divisdlnz m Ii be pulled out. States a.d.aser he fulfills his govern et" o h i
in a bief announcement that the govtment for expenses i 194.
divisions *111 be "deployed to cured. .
other areas where it Is believed Also, if for some reason a They may be able to quality
they will better serve the strate- man's family canont stay in the for unempoment Insurance A,
gie interests of the United overseas area and wishes to re- anyof the 48 tates, a wellm



ImIlretsr'ofoetopeUnited ol o
futate" There is a possibility one turn before his contract has ex- mn Hawai an ska.
may be returned to this country. pired, they must do so at the pro y the different
employes' expense. When he ful- differ widely from a
hirh-ranking officials said fills his contract however, he w' ,1of$3 Per week to a maximum.
the withdrawal designed to be entitled be entitled to be reimbursed tor t,.
gilve this country a more mo- pRassage and shipment of houri- ---
bilel ltary force to prevent hold goods. s.G overn m e1 t
further Communist aggression The following statement onioel e /V li lA'
anywhere the free world the purpose of the vacation tray-_ --
The Defense Department said el bill was contained in the Sen- A J
the four divisions which will be ate committee report on the JIe i| o To InIdu Q
redeployed will be announced measure: i ,
later by the Army. "The bill would grant authorl- AM.. I aml-Am
ty to pay travel expenses of cer- Vwen LWllnmw
While the Defense Department tain civilian employes stationed
said the troops will be withdrawn overseas and of their immediate WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 (UP,
within the next "se veral families In connection with tak- The government announce
months," other administration ing periodic leaves of absence in today that it will seek. .win-
ource said the will be rede-the United State Staes dictment next month harin
played -shortly aTter the first of "It would also provide specific Far Eastern expert OwenLatti-
nezt year. statutory authority for the re- more with lying when he ml
The luense Department an- turn of the immediate families he has ever promoted Commuri-
nouncement was made after a and the household goods of em- ist Interests.
daylong hassle among the White ployes prior4o the return of such
House td the State and Defense employes, under certain circum- The move, disclosed by US.
Departments over just who would stances." district attorney Leo A. Roiver
disclose the plans. The Senate report also in- aimed at restoring in ileal
The White House was under- eludes a'clarifying statement tight wording the so-cil.ed
stood to have declined the as- to the effect that employes in count" of the governments IM
dignment On grounds that the the Canal organization, who jury case against LattnLtreU M M
(Co(d1Mt ed on Page 6, CoL It entered the service prior to the key count had been thrown at


Tennesse Suggests Desegregation

Commence In First Grade, Work Up
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NASI LLE, Tenn, Aug. 19 pain, while his two opponents
(UP)-TIe state of Tennessee will flatly called for continued separ.
suggest 0 the U.S. Supreme Court ate cases.
that mix g of the races in school Clement's overwhelming victory
rooms st.rt at the first grade and in the Democratic primary thus
gradually work upward, it was re- was believed to have pointed the
ported tuay. state toward compliance with the
State solicitor Gen A. B. Hum- segregation decree.
phreys revealed what is believed Last week, the State Board of
to be the first concrete proposal Education said it intends to fol-
by a Deeo South state toward en- low whatever enforcement decrees
forcemme of the high court's his- the state hands down. Education
toric ruag against segreg a t e d Commissioner Quill Cope confer-
schools. red at the time with Humphreys
over plans for the Tennessee brief.
The sudgestion will be included Humphreys said he intends t o
in a brie( beis preparing to offer point out to the court that the
the court, when it hears argument state's public schools are operated
this fall putting the decision independently in the cities a n d
intheffect; counties by local school boards
wever Humphreys said, the and that a sweeping desegregation
state will.ask first to be made a decree would tend to disrupt a sys-
party to e segregation suits as tern employing 21,000 white and
a "friend the court." 3,700 Negro teachers.
"As i-ee it now the question But it the mixing begins in the
of whee there will be segrega- first grade and works upward over
ton wa ed in the decision a long period, the impact can be
last May. Humphreys said. absorbed, he said.
'We no point In further Humphreys indicated the plan
argulnag. itead, we will present would call for an integrated class
ot lde mt how the ending of to be initiated nl the first school
can be carried out year and progress through the dee-
wM a nlmum of disturbance in mentary grades, the thragh high
the seboel system." seIool.
Gov. frank Cement, newly nom- It would take about 10 years for
nsted to a second successive term. pabile schools to be lategrated al
took n stMd for or against ser the way through high chool
O at-o. *- A- --4ea dme s Elam


S federal district court aa the
.8. Court of AppealUs abei
too vague.
Rover said he will go before a
Federal grand Jury begnLn-
Sept. 18 with new materil and
new witnesses to support the
government's contention that
Lattimore lied when he told the
Senate Internal Security com-
mittee in 1952 that he had never
been a "sympathizer or any
other kind of promoter of Com-
munism or Communist Inter-
eats."
Rover told a news conference
that he chose to seek a new -4n
dictment rather then appeal to.
the Supreme Court to rentate
the "key count."
He Indicated that this time
government prosecutor will try
to tighten up the language
the charge to meet court ob-
jections to the original count.

Benefit Casino
Open Again
This Weekend

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w as charged than formerly.
"We have been able to put them
(the talks) on a more cordial and
comprehensive plane," he add-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN abor N| -Hod a Nice Fall ,i-
,5" %r L Labor nNews o e n I 1 5 l
By':' NMI "mn, nm vo" ino lose *onn< -l r H -'.J-1A I I /i ** *i ,. ,I CIvIn ,V ir.ST.AI
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4 AUL ADonaseS PANAMRICAN. PANAMA
OPP w u t7s C6SNTRAL AV*NUs aTwe AN4 13T. 4 S 3 .0
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1A_"I_40V_1011 50 ,300 By VICTOR EIEEL
WASHINtON4-The bitter farm pnesentation ceremony, Deck made

AS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN LISBON The long-sabred na- debate .ow over b t aCo have t many It' .
tional guardsmen are in the street. wbriabS tefo aros an
e MA uo eAogun-boatnrold eToUehee1nhdIn te hr bor.
g gn-bOverhead, planes ofin the harborl's thefarm belt for many months tboatinteTea


a. Leters. are reelved gratefully and a,. handled in a wholly c.. Nehu. And strong man Premier ers Union radio program in Mm- brothers of Gaetano Abate and
I mew. Salazar, in the old stone fort be. nesota has been ado roamIn ut the drive trucks in Los Angeles.
you setu,. impttit. dont b imst et It doesn'tOP" ap 1 1 low riotously colored Estoril, his fa nliar q te of Go r u istn.
day. Luten ore published in the order, receWv. summer residence, ponders what "' hower at the Kasson, Jlnn., plow- U. 8. MADE WATCHES
Plese try to keep the hlters limited to one page length. we all face-the leftward sweep of boe t htet appearing to favor 100i
ill of&WteN writers is held in strictest coniddC. the world. per contest; aparit y pric'suports0tsehwr sa
thelefteainhisway.ng W s f taveoffRealing the potea politicalrisio ss hs,
for 2t enars, history tW ste othe f dynamite in the KasSon Speech hag i
So democracies, must meet it In the carefully pointed out onthe Senate come out wi peal wristwatch
manner of free men. But one thing floor lalt week that ke.. didn'tflet. h e... .
Sq e A LAW 8I A LAW, IS IT? is certain here at the end of a romia 100 sr cent parit heiar gn a at
he a day I saw innal yourpaper that the Panama Canal long trip trough the all the great Eu. "Before making that erall "tell" ou the time by
SThe other day I saw in your paper that the Cna nala repean capitals Europe, as well -h sn, c d- m o ay
Is going to gouge the employes again to the extent of $8 per as the Far East, including India, er of the Eisenhower farm baill, nead o r hat Dicks uray
ponth to send their children to kindergarten. Why, I ask, was is going left and, therefore, anti. resident Eisenhower was very time S aceier l chinhas su ade
i Is this necessary. Do you want to know the answer? Because U. S. at a swift pace.o careful to word rt so that it could signed a wrist-sized eger counter
a powers on the "HUll" want to make more money; not because Where labor is not Commulist not be mistaken as a promise to that will not o t a the tie
is required by law. Here is what the Appropriation Act cover- dominated, it is Socialist domi. nd y. nunoyo ,heree ado men,
., h t say a but h i ed o to b cro c on rigid supports. out war n YOU there's "o much
Civil Functions appropriations for 1955 has to say about thi nated or soon to be,9 controlled bt "-o ridll.. thentiiemav yield?" in.raoti in the air. .
"SEC. 105.. Amounts expended by the Canal Zone .Govern-, co alition. can se of South Dakotwa. sO RvE I r ADAC eS
rent for furnishing education, and hospital and medical care to can, Dat a vwere o r
m. C l Ze gm fr a te ... ....... wodaing -f the senator were go.s
etploye of agencies of the United States and their dependents, And the great forces behind this wn d ere a ithe saoweree od. wh.
eitherr than the Panama Canal Company and Canal Zone Gov- drive to the left are the European eh the President made atothe Amasd Het has wr.n e
rnnment, less amounts payable by such employes and their de- labor movements and the parties D.?" boy Emperor Bao Dai to
pDendents hereafter shall, notwithstanding any other provision theypay for and control. "I didnot i ntad to quote rom Southern Indochina from falin
of law. be fully reimbursable to the Canal Zone Government by e B e an acoun "Con 'that speech," replied Aiken. "It Into Communist hands. His war.
such agencies." (Underscoring supplied) o lwas an extemporaneous speech ing was based on the act that the
This writer does not think that any tax-payin citizens of ess, counterpart and was interpreted by those re Communists have made tremen.
.he United States should be required to pay a tuit on here for ederations, has almost ,, to mean whatever they said it dous headway In Southern Indo.
kindergartenn for the very good reason they are getting nothing members on the small Bt le .ieanl." china in recent weeks There's
else for the taxes they pay, not even police and fire protection, Itis thelargest and mos Auay s roongs, .,grave danger natives in the south

"-It iigro in A l k' B grv d in- g ,tvsithsoh
because the law requires that the Panama Canal Company re- ful organization thereoutid of Aspeech, Oct. 4, I wag mimn will vote for the Communists-un.
Imburse the Canal Zone Government for all expenses (see sec- It ishuerh elmingd ati-Com.. graphed and handed out to news- less a new and vigorous leader is
tinn 246 lei of the Canal Zone Code, as amended). Thus, there munist, but complete nSoalist. A mh. men on the Eisenhower special found. Prediction: Bao Dat who
requirement of law that the Panama Canal Company re- is grown more anymore nti train. It said:at out the war on the French R-
cover from employes of the Panama Canal Company or Canal.Ii controlsBritish So.iera, hopping rom one ga
zone Government for kindergarten tuition, or Junior College, for lism wih s what trhe wris "The Republican Party itble to another, will be
that matter. Taxpaying citizens of the United States are now cialism, whabor Party basich is what the Brtlly ish And lo tle sustaining of the 90 out of office .. Secretary lues
bthat mater. Labor Party basically is. And pledged toe thon _sustainingofthe90
by decree of the local powers that be, to be deprived of the i .asithere is a danger that the British per cent parity price sup r and has volunteered t give a series o
fringe benefit they had left namely, free kindergarten tul- Labor Party may go pro-Russian it is pledged even more Tan that hard-hittin foreign policy speech
tion. Since this Is clearly not required by law, the only logical in a few years to helping the farmer obtain hi es ust before the election. He will
conclulionl is that t is ust another burden heaped upon Panama fuller parity, 100 per cent parity, be one of the Republican Party's
Canae Company-Canal Zone Goernment employes for the sole a Only the other day, the oi caln w s I rn m n e pn'cen and ema et e
S.. ... orsolte te hi tte m ll u I m M a purpose of showing a profit. supports of m90., a s caled diplomatic victories in
ta a correspondent of the authoritative P e t Ed so n In be a nt e oN
This writer says there is no legal requirement that the Pan London Observer wrote that the ot Iran, Egypt, Gnd iuatemala, In
ma mnCanal Company must recover from its employee or those of avowed pro-Soviet and anti-U. 8. REFUTING THE DEMOCRA an eor to makee puc ore
the Canal Zone Government the cost of furnishing education, Aneurin Bevan could take power o ...... chages hi M hh about thiae tre. meno ust bfeat ine.
Including kindergarten. Perhaps he is wrong in his Interpreta- in the British Labor Party If two After finishing his skirmish wna .... ihnorwl beore eled:
tion of the law, but if he is he would like to see in the public or three important unions swing to WASHINGTON-(NEA) Sen. ators Flanders, Fulbright a n d Reports from behind the Iron South Dakota's case, Aiken q t e tons the State epartnent will
press the official interpretation of the administration which now him. Bevan needs the engineering Estes Kefauver of Tennessee was Morse in a wamerely carries out Curtain indicate that the Commu- from Democratic campaign tera publish a white paper on ndochina
propoats to levy this additional burden upon the employes. If union and the British miners. Properly coy when asked .if he the promise which Senator MeCar- nist officials are concerned about ture in 1952-to show that the D aimed at blaming this Communist
such Is required, let the administration prove it; iit is not re- switch to him by the engineers "is would be a Democratic candidate thy made to testify on these things the spread bf jokes which poke ncatocrats w a an victory on the French. It will also
quired. let's have the decision rescinded. The employes are get- a fair bet," said the Observer's for President i 1956, following his during the Mundt committee tele- fun at the party. To curb this didn't mean what he said whe blast the British for refusing to n.
ting tired of these arbitrary shenanigans, and it's about time man. enatorial primary victory over vised hearings. I laughter, the Commies have now he promised to continue high fi tervene with air wer at a critica
the bo on the "Hill" become aware of that fact. On leaving for China recently Pat button, On June 9, during an exchan e created the "Joke Squad" to po. id arm supports. momentin the ndochina battle...
Whus Rite Bevan blasted the U. 8. for trying body ha asked me," he with Senator Symington of 'Ms- lice Russian humor. But what Aiken didn't men Thailand has been uetly bracing
.... ..to "isolate" the Chinese "revoIu- said. "I have no plans. But I'm sour, Senator McCarthy said: Duty of the squad is to travel was that both Eisenhower and for a Communist uprising. Premier
t i ...not saying what It would do if I "Now while I think it would be around the coffee houses .or where. Nixon denounced this same Demo Phibul Son gram has put the
Answer to Previ ou, But regardless of which side con. really han an opportunity." comp letely Irrelesant to go into ever peo le congregate. One of the cratic literature during the countryy unet virtual martial law
SJordan Visit i trols the British Labbr Parts-- o- Backing into the question from the Benton charges, the Marland squad wi tell a funny story, with campaign. They said the Den and made scoresof precautionary
O. I"litical front for the Tradee Uon another angle, when Senator Ke- campaign, may I say that i we the Communist regime or some crats were wrong n claiming tat arrests. Meanwhile, te United
SCongress- is trying desperately fauver was asked if he thought can induce the senator from Mis- high party official is the butt of Ike hadn't meant what he said at States is rushinemergenc arms
OS IAnalyze ad of lv fora tie with the wohinese Co the Democratic candidate for Pres- souri to take the stand here and it. Other members of the squad KRUMo. shipments to Tailand.. nlort.
A 088 58 Analyze a sts andte therefore is m dent in 1956 should come from a take the oath, I will consent here then take down the names of any "Malicious," was what Nixon lately, the United States hasn
*N e C 3 moral strength, and more th border state h sld, "That's and now to be questioned in detail persons who laugh for later pun. called the Democratic handboo disu
DOWN subtle approval to expandg left where you ou htto look, if you about all of those Benton charges, ishment. r ,ed tohear recent ocials
nI._ (b "efw ant to et ebest ,candidate." the Maryland campaign, every- Sen. John Sparkman of Alabama ly," omon d Eisenhower, "that arms to the Comunists.
ma 2 Control so.Woe toalt l r .Kefauver is usu- thing else." tch n o of -the most an affillateof the-D lmocrtic l N u ta- ,
2.C.n trolIa ,a and
trust 5 Bo ci alizatio e f tary of the cot to farmers
S er t rve informed a t.st" before the M undtcommrit ask, "Does the senator from a- dminlitratio would pull the rg
14-B 7 Light brown 23 Ameliorate 30 Tider he British f hi i nt tittonhadgaged at rough tee, which Senator McCarthy was bama realize that the Yankee out from under them."
15weller 8 Dress 25 Drunkard 40 Hinders money into France and I ly tocam ign against m ali accusl needle him about. But Senator genuity-- The debate of some midwest Re-
'ce 9 Seesaw 29 Most tacile 41 French city bolster the Socialist movements m of bel.g an intnation- McCa y again finds himself on publicans, such as Y young a nd
0 Mde 31 AuriSe 43 a r there .e te lgt and a "One- W der. |The the pan, to be questioned in detail, "The what?". .cut in 8 arkman. Case of the Dakotasand Hope of
,lng mistakes 34 Fathur 45 D dr t In France the talk is that there senator admitted he!,Ws,an inter- as he said, about ex-Senator Ben "The anee ingenuty, repeat- ansas, indicates y believe
em t 12 God of love other 50 GolfmoiW might soon be a working Commu- nationalist-even bragied about it. ton's old charges against him, and ed Bush. this was exactly what the Eisen- The combined choirs of the
l't 13 Unfamiliar 35 anded 51 .. -d nist Socialist political alliance. But. he said he was no "world "everything else." "Let me state that is the first shower administration did. Church o God on the Isthmu
20 Rin 18 Mimic property 5 Whether this ha pens or not the wonder. time I have ever heard the word wil present a musical program
Dvias 21 Rat 37 Cereal rain 54 Miou pardner Communists control the dominant The gag around Washingtob was Secretary of Commerce Sinclair used in that way," replied Spark. ',7 ITALIAN TEAMSTERS at the Elks Club in Coon on
2 Health rasrt labor federatio--CGT-with some that Senator, Kfauver had flown Weeks is one of the most loyal man. Sunday at 2:30 .m.
3llrought. u4,500,000 workers. The French So. back to Washington in a transport of Harvard graduates. He's almost "Let me say to the senator from Teamster Dave Beck, rotund, The choirs Panama City
4 Son otS; I 10 cialists have over a million in their after his primary victory, havn a"professionalalumnus." Nobody Alabama that in saying that he dynamic head of the world's big- Rio Abajo, Colon and New Prov
(Bib.) own federation. And 26 out of demonstrated that. man can't ever accuses him of letting old shows complete lack of famiar- guest union, paid a visit to the idence will join in the'singin o
Half-em I every 100 French voters marked make it to the capital in a heli- school ties influence any of his ity with New England, because Italian equivalent of the Team-special numbers from a new
Always their tallies for the Communist copter. It was a crack at Rep. government decisions, however. Yankee ingeuilty is something stars Union during a recent visit church hymnal recently put in
r party i n the last big election. Add Sutton, who had campaigned by A- three men who are his with which everyone should be fa- to Rome. to service. olos. duets, trios,
S male.deer t the Socialist vote to that and the helicopter. personal assistants and really run millar," said Se at or Bush He found independent labor un- quartets and orations will also
tal industrial strength of both labor Hauling Wisconsin's Sen. Joseph are all Yale graduates. proudly. ions, which were iet back under be heard.
federationsl, and you get the power R. McCarthy before the Watkins- They are William S. Kilborne, Jr., To which Sparkman answered, Mussolini, still in relative infancy, The new hymnal is a rare
nrek etr of! i the left, much of which is anti- Johnson committee to answer the J B. Allen Rowland and Richard, L. "But I wasn't paying an atten- with only 25,000 members in the compilation of the newest songs
ne U.S. right now, charges made against him by Sen- Hall. tion to the word ingenueu .'" FederazionleItalians Lavoratorila in o ten son
mplement In Italy, the Communist labor Trasporti Ausiliari del Traffico, the Church of GodC
federationhasover3,000,000nem- which is usually abbreviated to The combined. choir will be
38 Split asunder ers while the largest anti-Com- FILTAT and which, translated, under the direction of Ormand
m munist labor outfit has 1,000,000 means teamsters. Brewater, choirmaster of the Rio
41e itone by f and the outright Socialist labor ta lenieone reason for the weakness of Abajo Church. The Red. William
b44 Bilmboo o bloe has a few hundred thousand. the non-Communist Teamsters is Livingston, superintendent of
The non-Communist labor blocs, B I M that Moscow is spending $50,000,- the Church on ahe Isthmus; will
S e despite the fact that they are pro- Mhd .IM 000 a year to organize Communistg s be the chairman and will giy.
U. 8., are nevertheless Socialist unions in Italy in opposition to the a biography of each hymn and
umme o and the moment athe Soviets ap- middle-of-the-road unions. Another its author and composer.
Ina ear to recede as a "threat," our --- reason is that FILTAT is so desti- Admission will'be by tickets,
basi l be to A oeric The Fi ute that Gaetano Abate, its ha- which can 'be purchased from
4Larits basic distaste American 'cap- first Amendment: Nine e- Lindord ... James Dean (he's in Meanwhile T-Men, of the U. Bu tional secretary, has to hitch-hike any member of the Church of
itaismp"loyes of the Voice of America "East of Eden") has Pier Angell's reau of Narcotics, are burning around he country when making UadIn Colon or at the Elks (CIub,
IGrm thi w days for cooperating with e- Wa or (I mean the actor) in love 'slap,' and are openly declaring As a sign of friendship and co. sented to a large audience atPthe
r Communist lobr federation--DGBate Investigating Committees! a and she's Aloeo Warthen the war. They point out that their operation, therefore Bek present-Pacific Service Center on Sua-
i Communi strn g oo r f reaonder- (When was HST re-elected?) 2 year old president of one of his boss, Commr. Anslinger, was the ed Abte with a Fiat car. At the day, Aug. 8 at 2:30 p.m.
antly anti-Sovietron a most justI fan clubs, and so you see, girls, first to call the play on what wae .
as thoroughly socialist. The non- Names Make News: Ava Gard. sometimes it pays off. hapning. The bureau is h .DE-
SAVE 0 BOND AND STOCK ORDERS :ncr--Who hit her? (She's loaded c Uffed by red tape, apathy aoda SIDLA CE By Colbroith
The German unions" pour mil. They're action immature Nick former Ziff-Davis editor who pub. ad field work throughout the
The Cable Code we use can greatly reduce Socialist Party (the Social Demo-lreally broke. Down to maylng twoe h historical novel entitled "our brave allies," the Narcotics
the cost of transmitting orders.' For exam. Socialist government. This Social mblig huse, an 's J in Ama, p e e t a
pie, "Buy 35 shares General Motors Com- may yet take power. And the sim- "CbnCidential" books) ... pWhither endo h buk t om to
k ocrat's national cong m Berlin Sylvia Gable, I mean Lady Ashley, proved, is writing another bomb-
men toc t the market, can be expres- on July 20 its leaders made some you should pardon me, will house shell called "The Losing Side," California, Here I Scram: Note
Tddefinite -l noises. guest i Venice at the home of about the real significance of the to middle-aged Minnies: Jack Mul.
s0ed in T O code words! O course, the United States importer Jacques Sarlie and Woolle Inglo-China deal ... Jack Lalt hall the silent screen star who
not shove criticism. Nut when that' Donohue is sure to be close at called mystery writer Erle Stanley made your heart potter patter way
criticism is based _on ,he Socialists'l hand ..Joanne Sweeny Pati.o Gardner the greatest living author back when, Is now the maitre d' at


A I A U A H antipathy tor cap aiusm wel showed up incog on Rome's via an agree. Only trouble e the Sade Sirloin Retaurt
A Las communism, it seems to me Venmta with dark hair, dark glasses doesn't turn out those Perry Mason San Fernando Valley The Mys-
the time has c e to say to these and a tanned Englishman. They and Donaldc Lam thriller fast tery Gal in "Rear Window" (the
labor federations abroad, and to say she's about to re-enter a clinic enough. (Note to Wm. Mrrow only show her back in the flm) is
Members New York Stock Exchange their intellectual and cultural Unpredictable and fiery Anna Co.: Plea followup.) ... Aa Christine D'Arc c why
friends in the U. S.: Magnani has a new love and it'sto readers: This deparent don't the give us all? Sh
14 Tivoli Avenue, Panama Phone 2-0074 What side are you on? Stand up the talk of the Italian film industry no connection with a a t of Monroes Katy Jurs 's
and be counted! We know our sys He's an electrician she met while itr name ... Sep for Steve a ,Lana Turter's ex,
ter is not peet, but we don't! making a movie. (They're still Meury is a hi unr e still at white heat .. Joan Blon.
... ...._..._ want it wiped out! Bluntly, we laughing at the story about how propaganda they feed ho a the dell is making the roids with
want a capi t world-not a So- she andRossellini parted. He said dizzy-dome n. briht, Jeanings an Walter WanWi
cialist world, even if it is anti- he was taking the dogs for a walk. breezy and in yet. taret .. dI 't bkI evth e
S Soviet. You ay be nice people. He had hs bags packed at another e but on te hoo
But we're beginain to differ on! hotel-told the desk not to disturb The Crime Cartel: A se ey structor at Arth r MurraUay's t
some very b6&C hilosophy! her for two hours. Went to the air- meeting of the Grand Coauncil the Monica university of the dace i
Srt and hopped a plane to fetch Aatio s being held in Las Vg med Dan Steecher!
W it in the gid.) this week (prsided oawr b-gT oP.
.- "'The Enaorcer" Accardo) Ito But Is It Cltmre: ir eeMoet
Daily Worker, Don't Copy: House an ultimatom 4 mPe Mliat t t i theI
Sad in the D.W. reads "D ly Work- American lenders tht the tsfa rd-Meat
er urgently in need of good workt- ous iooale Sieliao get obe Am a e C e.
SLAS i I a able typewriters. Any donationsout of Ith r te t or *i(t ral F b i
reratly appreciated." Preume a flai"h h fiae the atchet io
Ithey w ant "noiseless" for temany law id AmeluAno W orl S d-TV ot
movement udrou P.S.'What Italian deseest wh ,j Akeihe
hD b nend to ALer Biss' tpeo dkaeful : 4t% a Oema sNwritNr etlss l '
IWay of a ManA With M-i-: 'good" < A f the oa ar. wh would Iho e tof wt obut to 201a d
B *That was Lieand Lndbergh, t and how naive efa you '? doesn't want to give 'em the asr. t il p se s I l a abu
ace's youngest son, sipping eda faction). HB e A 1 it 1lbded1w`1-'t 1 'l t ) b M
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Indided Osteo


Innocence Of
-Ie
o CLEVLAND, o., Aug.19 (UP)
-Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard, protest- .
ing his innocence from a jail cell,
waited today while his lawyers
laid their strategy to fight the
threat of the electric chair and
police continued digging nto the
young osteopoth's past to further
substantiate the prosecu t I o n's
first degree murder indictment a-
lanst trim in the Independence
Day killing of his pregnant wife,
Marilyan.
His attorneys William Corrigan
and Fred Garmone, indicated tney
would try to have bond set for
him when he is arraigned tomor.
row, However, this has rarely
been granted under Ohio law.
It also was indicated they might
move for a change of venue,
claiming that public opinion bar
been inflamed here against the
30-year-old osteopath.
Common Pleas Judge Art h u r
Day, before whom Dr. Sheppard
will be arraigned to enter a plea
of innocent, said that barring a
delay the case would come before
the next term of court, probably
Oct. 1.
While the legal planning pro-
ceeded, Police Chief Frank Story
revealed that police in Los Ange-
les had taken statements from two
women there, one of whom claim-
ed "several intimacies" with Dr.
Sheppard and the other sa.in he
suggested marriage, identified on-
ly as "Dottie" and "Margaret."
These were the third and fourth
women linked to Dr. Sheppard.
The first, Miss Susan Hoyes, 24,
a laboratory technician, who ad-


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Today, Thursday, Aug. 19
P.M.
: 15-Freddy Martin Show
3:30-Muic For Thursday
4:00-Feature Review: L U I S
ARCARAZ AND HIS OR-
CHESTRA
4:30-What's Your Favorite
(Requests-please phone
before 4:00)
5 :30-News
5:35-What's Your Fav orite
(cont'd)
6: 15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
6 UL)is^


path Protests


Wife Murder
I-
mitted intimacies with him in Los
Angeles earlier this year while
his 31-year-old wife was visiting
friends in Monterey, Calif., was
given permission by the prosecu-
r's office today to leave this
area. She promised to return when
needed.
The indictment, which charged
that Dr. Sheppard did "...unlaw-
fully, purposely and of deliberate
and premeditated malice kill Mari-
lyn Sheppard" was voted upon by
a six man, nine woman grand
jury late Tuesday. He was arrest-
ed shortly afterward at the home
of his father, Dr. Richard Shep-
pard.
Dr. Sheppard today relea s e d
through his brother, Dr. Stephen
Sheppard, a lengthy statement on
which he had been working since
he was first jailed July 30 on a
first degree murder warrant.
In the statement, he protested
his innocence and "undying love"
for his brutally murdered wife. He
criticized Cleveland police- who
took over the case a month ago
at the behest of the council in
suburban Bay Village- for seem-
ing "...to have made ,up their
minds that I committed the crime
and concentrated in solving the
crime by securing a confession
from me.",
He also said that since July 30
"I have learned that the timing
of my arrest and the reason I
was held uncommunicado from my
attorneys was because someone
had the idea I was addicted to
dope and all that had to be done
to solve the crime and get a con-
fession from me was to hold me
until the craving for dope would
break me down."
Detective Chief James McAr-
thur said "we have a good case
to present to court."
Asst. County Prosecutor John J.
Mahon said since the indictment
was for first degree murder "the
people of Ohio will probably de-
mand the death penalty."
Executions in Ohio are carried
out in the electric chair.

A&P Food Stores

Cut Coffee Prices

10 Cents A Pound


NEW YORK, Aug. 19 (UP)
A&P food stores cut coffee pr:
es 10 cents a pound today as co
fee futures dropped two cents
pound for the third consecutive
day.
Company spokesmen here as
the cut would become effect
tomorrow morning in A&P stoi
"cross the nation.
The cut would bring the pri
aLwA,- N%"$AnUo1w


I c) A&P officials said they war
7:30-Report From the USBA making the cut now although
(VOA) wholesale price reductions would
8:00-Paris Star Time (RDF) not affect their buying for tw
8:30-Eliz a b eth an Theater to three weeks yet. The reduce
(BBC) tion would apply to all there
9:00.-You Asked For It (Re- A&P brands Bokar, Red Cir
quests-please phone be- cle and Eight O'Clock-a spokes
fore 8:30) man said.
10:30-Nelson Eddy's Penthouse The A&P action was the firs
Party nationwide coffee price reduce
11:0D--One Night Stand tion since futures prices begat
11:15-Serenade In Blue (USAF) plummeting at the beginning o
11:30-LUIS ARCARAZ AND HIS the week. Albert E. Ehlers, Inc
ORCHESTRA an Eastern seaboard distributor
12-00-Sign Off cut its price 10 cents a pound ti
TonTorrow, Friday, Aug. 2M $1.21 on the retail level Tuesday
AM. But in Venezuela the Nationa
6:00-Sign On Alarm Clock Coffee Growers Assn. said thi
Club (Requests please current drop in wholesale price:
phone by 7:00) is "only temporary." A spokes
8:15-Church In The Wildwood man warned producers against
8:30-Musical Reveille "precipitate selling."
9:00--Baseball Today The association spokesman
9:10-News said the "abnormal" market sit
9:15-Sacred Heart program uation existing in recent weeks
9:30-As I See It resulted from the sale of the Co
10:00-JENNIFER'S JO UR N AL lomblan crop at prices below
(Cutex and Odorono) those of Brazilian coffee for the
-10:05-Off The Record (Requests first time in history. It also was
-please phone before caused, he added, by the failure
9:30) of U.S. buyers to purchase in
11:00-News large lots, apparently hoping for
11:05-Off The Record (cont'd) further decreases.
11:30-Meet The Entertainer On the New York Coffee and
12:00-News Sugar Exchange, Santos "s" cof-
P.M. fee futures dropped for the third
12:05-Lunchtime Melodies straight trading session to 74.j
12:30-Popular Music cents a pound. Industry spokes-
1:00-News men said the reductions were
1:15--Music Of Manhattan based on the devaluation of Bra-
1:30-Sons Of The Pioneers zillan currency. They also hoped
1:45--8ongs Of France (RDF) the lower prices would end con-
2:00-Date In Hollywood summer resistance which has cut
2:15-Singing Americans coffee sales 10 to 20 per cent un -
2:30-Tex Beneke Shdw der last year's levels.
2:45-Hank Snow And His Rain-
bow Ranch Boys C o n f del n
3:00-Festival Of Waltzes Y. COnfidential
3:15-Sammy Kaye Show (Con
3:30-Music For Friday (Continued from Page 2)
4:00-Feature Review: LUIS socialists, collectivists and assort-
ARCARA Z AND HIS OR ed egg-heads the majority anti-
CHESTRA McCarthy, with a few right guys
4:30-What's Your Fa vorte(ike my Informant) as innocent
(Requests-please Phone window dressing.
before 4:00) R o ... ..
10--News a Calling the Rol l: Among- theof.
5: 5-What's Your FavorIte fiers of this "leading anti-Con-
(VO td) pmunist Organization" are German
6:00-Guest Star (USTD) Arciniegas, whose recent book
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS praised the Red Guatemala re-

76:45-- ence From The March S i anser Jrhe eamber sho iner
7:00-NESCAFE ORGAN MEL- pundit of the eftiss (He played
ODIES Svengali to Adial Stevenson's Tril-
7 -(VOA)R and perennial Moses of the Amer-
70 Rpt Prom The USA ican Fablans. The members in-
(VG ) elude Daniel Bell, James T. Far-
8:00-Music By Roth rll, Milton R. Konvitz and S&M
8:30-Take It From Here (BBC) Levitas. all pro-socialist; George
9:00-You Asked For It (Re- S. Counts (Red "fronts" are his
ue ts-"e phone be- hobby), Sidney Hook oftoall
ore8) anti-anti and Richard Rove, the
10:30-Nelson Eddy's Penthouse apologist for pinks who brilliantly
Party ."destroys" those who fight Com-
11:00-ondon Studio Recitalsmu for the New Yoer, Wel.
(BDWiC) come Woltman.
11: ARCARAZ AND HISm __
ORCHETRA Our Town: That stunner with
12:00-Sign Off poducerNat Karson at Billy
--- Red's Little Club was the new
EplIMaStlm of Symbols Miss Universe. What a wonderful
BBC-British Broadcasting Cor- universe! ... Little Mickey Roo-
poration ney being approached to take over
USAF-United States Air Force David Wayne's role in Sakai in
UBN-United States Navy "Teahouse of the August Moon,"
USTD-United States Treasury sort hafs cup of tea ... The
Department Mirror's inimitable Harry Harsh-
rfield M his gags for the
law- tmtem A icma L l 's Cd Francis


(ACY PLAYINGQ-Down into the Persian Gulf, off Abu Dbabl,
Iran, go these divers searching for oil. The underwater elevator
which lowers them 250 feet below the surface is used fto more
than transportation. When the sharks get playful, the divers enter
the cage as a safety precaution.


Republican Charges Party Bosses

Blocking Power Contract Probe


-4 -


WASHINGTON Aug. 19 (UP)-
Sen. William Langer (R-N.D.)
charged yesterday that Senate Re-
publican leaders are block ing
funds for his proposed investiga-
tion of the controversial Dixon-
Yates power contract with the
Atomic Energy Commission.
Langer, chairman of the Senate
monopoly subcommittee, echoed in
part the statement of Democratic
[i-.tionil C h air m a n Stephen A.
Mitchell who claimed GOP lead-
ers had bottled up funds for the
inquiry.
Mitchell also called the adminis-
trotion's proposal to admit the
private power combine into the
Tennessee Valley area a "scan-
dal."
Despite l e a dership opposition,
Langer said, he will press for the
"fullest, most detailed, most
through" inquiry into the contract.
His subcommittee conducted brief
hearings into the Dixon-Yates con.
tract in July.
Mitchell's charge touched off a
political storm that reached the
White House. He noted that one of
President Eisenhower's c 1o s e
friends, golfer Bobby Jones, is a
director of the Southern Co., a
member of the Dixon-Yates corn.


words connected withithe contract.
He defended Jones as a man of
unexcelled character and expres-
sed astonishment that his name
had been brought into the contro-
versy.
SMitchell repeated in an address
in Springfield, Ill., yesterday that
the contract would cost the tax-
payers 140 million dollars more
than if the power 'came from the
Tennessee Valley Authority.
The contract provides that Dix-
on-Yates build a steam plant at
West Memphis, Ark., in an ar.-
rangement for power at an AEC
installation at Paducah, Ky.
"Some people seem to think that
because the President did this one


- Vigo Post testimonial (where po-
t liticians are made and broken) to
Mayor Wagner at the Waldorf,
n Oct. 2. One office-holder who took
- the post's invitation too lightly
s quickly found himself an ex.
I--
} Confessions of a Cautious Cutle:
e Hold him at arm's length and he'll
s be putty in your hands.
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himself, it shouldn't be questioned
by anyone," Mitchell said.
"I don't remember anyone giving
that kind of consideration to Har-
ry Truman when he was in the
White House.
"Maybe that's why they had the
President do this one personally-I
figuring he is so popular the press
and the people wouldn't dare in-
quire into the deal.
"Because I want to see the facts
brought out, the President called
me a 'strange character,' Mitch-
ell said. !
"But if I'm a strange character,
this is a strange case with some
mighty strange facts that need ex-
plaining. All we want are the
facts."
The Dixon-Yates contract also
helped touch off the recent histo-
ric 13-day debate in the Senate
when a provision authorizing it was
inserted in the administration's
hotly-disputed atomic energy bill.
Langer said the Budget Bureau
previously had agreed to supply
details on the contract to his sub-
committee.
But he said "the Senate Repub-
lican leadership" so for has block-
ed passage of a resolution to
provide more funds.
r eolutln to give the group
kM~teaM JWtJD isMaig en
I~t'Se 3ts calendar. "
Under the controversial contract,
the AEC would buy 600,000 kilo-
watts of power each year from
the Dixon-Yates syndicate for de.
livery into the TVA system.
It would replace a like amount
of power TVA would deliver to the
atomic plant at Paducah. F o e s
contend it is a device to admit
private power into the TVA sys-
tem.

He Had To Eat
FORT WORTH, Tex. -(UP)-
John Harrisc came out of a store
with an armloa( of groceries, only
to find his car had been stolen
while he shopped. Harrison car-
ried the groceries home on foot-a
two mile walk.




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McCarthy's Lawyer Claims

He Refused Fee From Senate
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 (UP)-
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy's per-
sonal attorney disclosed today he
has refused to accept a $10,000 fee
provided by the Senate for repre-
senting McCarthy before a spe-
cial censure committee.
Attorney Edward B. Williams
said he felt it would be a "conflict
of interest" for him to be paid
by the same "tribunal" studying
the charges against the Wisconsin
Republican. Williams s a i d, "I
wouldn't get Into thht box." Sim-
ultaneously, E. Wallace C h a d-
wick, new counsel of the censure
committee, told a news confer-
ence his 1947 praise of Ge n.
George C. Marshall would "cer-
tainly not" impede his work with
the committee.
Chadwick, a Republican mem-
ber of the 80th Congress, praised
Marshall in a May 7, 1947, House
speech as "the one man in Amer-
ica in whose wisdom, courage and
proven confidence we all place the
highest trust."


One of the 46 charges against
McCarthy which the committee
will consider is that the senator
made an "unwarranted attack"
on Marshall in a 1951 Senate
speech "without proof or other
justification." The co m m tt e e
hopes to get the hearings under-
way Aug. 30.
In still another development,
Arthur V. Watk ins (R-Utah),
chairman of the special commit-
tee, notified the Radio TV Cor-
respondents Assn. he believes the
committee will stand by its order
barring radio and television from
the new McCarthy hearings.
Watkins said he believed t he
committee acted "in the best pub-
lic interest."
Williams said he was in Europe
"when all the rhubarb came up
about paying me" from the fund


provided by the Senate. He said
he made it clear upon his return
that he would reject it.
Williams said he would be in an
"untenable position" if he were
on the Senate payroll. It a lso
would raise the question, he said,
of whether he could afterwards
take cases against the govern-
ment because of the conflict of
interest laws.
Williams also announced t h at
he rather than McCarthy, w ill
cross-examine witnesses against
the senator during the hearings.
The committee ruled that either
McCarthy or his attorney, but not
both, could cross-examine witnes-
ses.
Chadwick, 70, a self -s t y I e d
"country lawyer" from Chester,
Pa.? said his speech in the House
praising Marshall would "present
no difficulty to me under any cir-
cumstances." He said he believed
McCarthy "would be glad to af-
ford me the privilege of believing
what I believe about General
Marshall."


Luis Arcaraz Playing
at Hotel El Panama
Luis Arcaraz whose orchestra
Is famous not only for their
American style, but for their
Latin rhythms opened their en-
gagement last night at the Ho-
tel El Panama.
Tonight and tomorrow night,
they will play in the Salon Be-
lla Vista, and during the week-
end Carnavalito Saturday and
Sunday they will play in the
patio of Hotel El Panama.
Queen Maritza and her gay
court of young people will make
their grand entrance to the
strains of Arcaraz music on the
nights of Carnavalito. Advt.


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SCholera Epidemic

SSpreading Through

I Flooded Red China
HONG KONG, Aug. 19 (UP)
-Eludelinc cl.ara Wday was re-
po tcd t'j be spreading through a-
reas of China stricken by the
Sworst Y~angize river flood in his-
Lor%.
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Tihe Naiitiialit *ratao news a-
(nr-.,, ilifcial organ of the Na.
tion;:.''i `tnistry of interior said
it least 1000 cases of the disease 1
have l|lrn reported in Nanking a-
lone, wilh more than 100 4ead.
7 Nankin. down river fi m the'
54 -flood de astaLrd Wuchang, Han-
1kow. Harnk3dn' area, is crowded
wjith flood rclugees.
Tatao said starvation threatens
several of the densely-populated
'angtze cities hardest hit by the
Hlood.
s Hankow, its reports said has
Less thnn 10 days' food on hand.
s 'Tne floods have cut off the river
traffic on which Hankow and oth.-
or flooded cities normally depend,
Sand have inundated il 1 local
sources of supply.


The biddli, v of to i i ys hand wa3 Tihe Communiist radio admitted
ver) Rood, but that's nore than today that the flood situation is
I'm willing la say fur tVc play. becoming worse rather than bet-
S South's cpeidin hid oat t.-.o no ee.
S tr,,'p showI bi!ane,-d distribu-
tion., e .r) su:. topped, and a.1 Thousandd of ne w "'recruits"
c f', cf 22 to 24 points. were reported by Red radio o
c-:.h whh 10 points 1t high broadcasts to have ioincd the Ar.
r '. -knew t!,aL the combined my cf 190,000 men women and chil.l
tount was fitnt 32 tu 24 points. dren already working on the
.Ien though 31 points i.s usually Yangtze river dykes.
needed for a s.iam, Notth hoped
tl.at his '::e card suit and his two
Aceg WOlilJ he kood enough mna., D| ga |m|g
Serial fur t.h sin. Russian Cruiser
V'W*rt opened the deuce of clubs, pw ens
Slisely dec!in:ng to lead away n r
A onim any high card,. r ,c!nrer saw *
S hat he had II tries in high cards
and that he could rma:e his slam II a
Contract if any finesse succeeded. 1DutchCo av
T After some inuight, dcciarer won
Se first trick in dummy and fin. DELFZIJL, Holland, Aug. 19 -
e sed tih queen of hearts. This (UP) -A report from a Dutch
lost, to the king, and back came captain said today a Russian
another club. South ran the restI cruiser fired several shots In the
of the clubs, ending in dummy, direction of his little 400 ton coast-
and wonderirl whether to finesse ler for no apparent reason in the
the ten of hearts or try the finesse Gulf of Finland.
of the queen of spades.
He finally decidedd to finesse the The coaster's captain H. Pick
queen spades on the theory that reported the attack in a letter re-
East was likely to have one of the celved by the small ship's owner,
two missing kings. This finesse S. R. Eisdow, in DelfzijI, northern
I lost also, and South was set at Holland, today.
his slam contract. The coaster Dora sighted the
The contract was, of course, ice Russian cruiser "Iwan" last Mon-
S cold with proper play. Declarer day on steaming into the Finnish
S should run all four clubs to begin gulf.
a with, discardin the low spade
from his hand. He then takes two The cruiser approached a n d
diamonds, with the king and the suddenly fired several shots in the
S( nine, thus stripping ou all the direction of the "Dora," Capt.
clubs and diamonds from the two Pick wrote.
defenders' hands. Piek and his six-man c r e w,
Having thus set the stage. De- fearing they had entrered a for.
Leads a low heart from the bidden zone, stope/ei ship.
find nesses the ten. South i The wan stopp and
JBb cu' whether .jb.kceaae fir*i, tie [P id.

ed'to return a heart or again.
p Zither return gives de. I
r a free finesse for his Again the Doro stopped, the I-
Jkwejfth trick, wan following her example.
Piek said he waited for some
Too Friendly time, but the Russians, took no
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP) I furtherr action. Finally, Piek
Patrolman Jack kagle finally got said, he sailed on and the cruis-
tired of a brown shaggy dog meet- er suddenly changed course and
flg him at the same corner every disappeared.
morning and following him as he Picks letter did not report -
made his rounds on his motorcy- whether the Dora was hit, Eissens -
owe. Eagle "arrested" the dog and said.
took it to the pound. s s
The Dora, has no radio-equip-
Wrong Team ment, either, he said, but was
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. --(UP)- heading toward a Scottish port en
Abbott and Costello were patients route from Lovisa.
In the same room at Middlesex A government spokesman said .
Memorial hospital. However, it the Dutch government was awat-
wasn't the famous comedy team. ing a formal report from the cap-
The patients were Timothy Abbott, tain to a Dutch consular official at -
8, slnd William Costello, 6, who had the ship's next port of call before
tonsil trouble, starting an investigation. -w

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I SiOth i W e ... House Votes To Strip r aa

Se i O ;--- Alger0 Hss Of Penstont
..' |Brt MBR. MURIEL LAWRENCE conscious of a flaw In our char-. -- o -- P doi t ta
actor. WASHINGTON, Aug. It-(UP) forei

hs the most exasperating habit of action to express our anger. We h umm of important muist Pat
Ss 2.0740 0741 &0 I no ht gl you call he. angrily tidy the child's meomie bills in an effort to adjourn by The anti-Cmmunist bill was re
1 i *& ms .-.. h BSe dawdles interminably over books. We angrily clatter dishes tonight or tomorrow. rred t Conferenc cr mite
. ... ad s. .. .. "' "To aPrk Ms ,any ehore,, ou give tog snwe.m t e d a 'ouminimum We delay.y re-.-..1. able" 5SUM can ". fo td
anymore giveher. I her about in sink. We angrily re Already nearly three weeks be- by the House Tuesday Buth
arase ,s / rthe tn'she' s semble the newspaper o h usbaninid ter original adjournment Senate delayed consideration o
A aL --...b + sto tidy her rp t lteof oe as asesattered aonte o a r. .nam Children's TOYS
W1wD fMJ aT GKOs, she never e O tee i P a rget dSaSte, .theHouse andSena tdetmeasure by dechnng todn
i sh never "answers FOR theseactionsappear ......edoff its conferees until more accept- t S
r F B f. i, Merr Ho o Enelia P ark, Mh re 1 ba. .L *, thoughatheywermotivated by mnmum of delayed Congressmen able" language can be found t th U t
la, hae anoanacsld he element thTr auhtar, Mi t Two of Was n's t as she' tares at you, inn virtues like orderliness, duty Andare anxious oge hoe an start sOther conference commit t e e s from $2.95
n1 .Wi Pswmf ne Hag:ntsc Thtoseir, doug In imaginir g ourselves a s oThe use cmeg teh t ntahey er ReaE i 7itdth
*?M Ce relu O hio. io s ot rad 1. moma i Whether orfi ot I itr1&satisfaction that you want to slap flawless character. th Honal acston mlan e ottedlonge r, Htheirega infa s thcfor g
of that cY ae hono to be adations to aer W to plore yegust h3l. face
D on e ai g ta we rome ra thconehpot orthe teapot at a Greta's mother never tells her h h ho f fed H aoulse aen ie s to an en dumped in the ust U




p ime ivtatlon.Shewolbsend Belamrs- Paffee, o.e ninof yors exp kes us t a. Comnits n tLO cODGE A 80 Bb irld
DrIV Sacionl with he laments i of k. a fdtder Coping ta tioi oru afte rnoon tea. ta she feels like hs e yo mother dawdled as stubborn- tha fe d deal 2-pe na3si tau ruh.
of te s l mn o m pe her ge so ul mi a a a Oh r haen s her w child. Adults often do. fdera elose Without msomeunexpectedesn s
A"'trainingtIn W lio, Deawarehontoined the .ura-"-and.
ore .thaot. ds as....ed- NOt the woman, whose husband sakt angrily begins to tidy They will, for example using teas-, intde fiffel andmhntsortis com inuteo flar-upC on
ilia, on p at F. Clyton. always be asked to sert the cof Her refusal to declare her anger dcis ons for children. I the meht asuH st"rongy support- or Saturday at trehe latest. Some efarc 2 yean old.
Sas a d8gt. rlf- dence in Dabln ts as a fare fee with the tea pouring being in clear, unmistakable words at They will dawdle interminably out of ea raion leaders, however, looked for ad
Altug ,Ais st 26 atvwe arty to Mis, arara Shaw lefd to the wife of the man of lower counts for Greta's stubbornness. It over making a little sister return out of moves to crctek D on ament tenightbafter Congress Jus t h street
Slm. a Ftoe for the wed- of merst, Massachusetts, who rank. Is the child's reply to the language the new rl necklace of an oldemploye, who servi a pr the admini passing both RA
Sbe at t. Cla has been their house guest for a of martyred action. er one. the olderone slaps the term forperjuryfor enng th aistrats rm an No. Tll Avenue
month, and to welcome Mr. and As one who has poured both tia ASthe adult cannot say, "This little one, they will dawdle over, he fed government secrets to the I
oervadno w a on b at a ena a t w eloet M ew and coffee, theog not in W as. dawdling of yours makes so th penalty she's to p thCommunists
S- .ockett of Nw ington I would lke to point- out to'ang 1feellikslappiSo
0M.bet all friendsVthe Yokwhoe herea fr e asort te eeyrts u S ohI a b dw d is a ew tine r Other developments: $1,071,- O
bot. NO honor to be, asked to podr I want to make you angry Denied Greta's mother. Though she's out. ri d hbo autho-
tn who is .ot, ors Hon enls 0 fo'either e expression of words, the child grown theoters it used toemakend ve an ar. e LLetoves d ShaborAN

.h lea ne dy th still s ighs over triation bill ad srent t the CIt 00 L 0 F D A CSH O
nanr Vie, Newt Ahucinolde an Anror has orf...There yoursit in a straight chair resentments in the language of inste f being honest about the signature
i Haven, Ctin onnecticut, a nd ready to smile sweetly, but -not passive resistingaction.anger it arous n her. 2. e or the i
Mis 1 oa Forbes too each wom y eCncGt'go Mth uabse t. The Senate completed con- REOPENIN ST B 7t
Miss Forbes who s in Frances Sappington of Philadel- tooes y ew oan o it, "t mo tyl Ce gressional action on a co n.prom
StheUniversity hi, Pennsylvania, arrived in Pa. reac hes your elbo nd nds defin e herself as an angry er- ise $1,69,000,000 supplemental ap- Registration
or, Colora o, will arrive y staying at the Hbtel El Panam efee. ell, to put our anger at some- of federal agenees through the




Cld Edwin= jin Cnaaso on .Gon d Heih been you ,one proriations bhitoeo cr asor .he Ar' ..,
plane totn rror. She spend Colonel and Mrs. Paul Colby of hte g one into words exposes us unmise. W tch entra isagnu en e r n BAeBOA LODGE B
ort vacation ith her parents a a I You're missing the party. You takably. It forces us to acknow-I w crrResidence phone 2-233
Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, San honor on Tuesday eveninat feel the need of a cup of that cof- ledge and name what we feel. It 3. The Senate approved and sent
Jua Place, Ancon. Albrook Air Force Base fee yourself, but you know means tht e have to become o the House a btoncrease the
C.i lu b.can't have an until every o er Of. distinction lending auth rity of the Commodi-
ters. ki Entertains Mrs. Eng, and io guest is serve dit di et Credit Cop fro m 8% billi-
NO*r .er Da lter te rn gs o Mrs. ea dollars to 10 million. f Te extra-t

former athan Within .entertained wr w tnuhts Mr. And if you pouetnr coffee, or otearnfpg olar llon. T he extra- g
Aew U Wtine t oa, Coby on Tuesday at the Tivoi w so oth we lo o funds are needed for price sup- s B r
aye~ yesterday, at her home in PGuest HoUse.f a lat to 200 women, 199 of them will MAKt pIc port loans to farmers.
inho norGuhermot e stayoondsat bare imneededfpa ier. s
n hon of her mother Lst evening, Mr. and Mrs. Guy say, "Doesn't the table look love 4. The House passed and sent
aro Nuts Schuchait, of Lewis- Canavagglo of Golf Heights were ly? Such a charming flower ar to the White House for the Pres-
bnrg West Virnit and in hon- hosts for a dinner in honor of wra h cement. yugfr evident's signature the administra-
ttor her da o m whe*one Mrs. English and Miss Huntington at' what ou t for conver" tion's lill to extend the unemply- -1
nmarrige is plnned for the lat which included Captain and M rs.sation, when if you hadn't been Emeon comp ensation program to 4
terFpartidAugust.a Wila m asked to pour youmit enecomreesbI pgmo
M tg at e teo were the aCroni, and Colonel and orne wh a i end sa g million moretworkers.deThe bill A CRIPPL e
ea a tahete a wre thenda qu Mrs. Paul Colby.aout eof wthe a cndorner of your mouth: brings virtually all federal civil- -
Alex Toutssiheb, Albert Abadi, h was given by Mr. and Mrs. Salva- "How soon do you think we c t Both branches of Condr grea a


froed Kaduro David ten z eur, t ore eept out of here?"s Botbancso C ss a w
haye idaobnSa o Ripoll of Panama last eve- n you get right down to It, passed batch of minor bill n
Mary Wl. .Eugene, David F. D o ~(Continued on Page 7) there is little honor for anyone t the bac dimient y t e
Castro Nathan Sh Herbe.rt invited to a big tea. ts important House Senate confer-
S a orand Edwin cGinnis. It means ryou have to get dress. | pnce committees.
rme a oth n h eup; drag d y out your te ms G e I The three groups are working


Farmer ulk Taylor And Husbam d a d fc nanciesty hat, ark three ubo 1 T It a o n compromise versions of the B
Mr. and lMrs. Roger Walker ing the whole afliar, and smile at a family dinner and the man A
of South Portland, Me., have an- at a lot of people you never see of the house serving the
bounced the birth on July 30 of except at teas. plates, the guest who tells him
their first child, a son Richard Just what to put on the plate and.
Taylor Walker Mrs. Walker is the oyal Ri ngGeorge All you've been asked to do zIs to how uch Is anything but Ye wi d o
forer -Ruth Catherine TaylZor who Lodge lMeets Tonight be the "stage setting" for some charming.. adse daeanl
attended B High Schoo. 17 will hol special meeting to impress with how many charm what is served and says nothing. O M EG A
'Mosgrandparentsare Mr.0atIsrea pesheknows. wlv n iA
ull tontt at" 7!3gpattareguldr
and rs. Richard G. Taylorlong- mee1npae rut at least if you're just aguestsreinai
time residents of the zone who Matters of importance will be guest you can sneak out the m Geneva designers have planned
now make their home at Kenne- discI teld.g ute you've finished your iupn COME TO 'the now Omesg Collection in
bunk Pond, Alfred, Maine. tea anemic looking little sandwich,
SBefore Mr. Tayor' retirement Dr. Elnsema Will Address decorated cupcake. which every woman of distinct High Crysl
he was head at the mure RNaturaluHistory ddres MndORRdtd k1ltion will find her heart's desire:
am&mAILe0ear1Chael.ost ly Jweel ediyeteTnh



Ahe rm aIn M o ldAs.Dr. M isenmanbe visits the Isthmus Maets r n r 44a. c r s 1
everylin Club will have t heo study bir regular N W O1tfcean o

Wil Kam Edwin Wilson, theMthree- .t n Atn it Sembers and guests are Invited,
wMek-olladns ove Dance end the meeting.lines strike which To preaAR N SE
A. tdwin WIlsou of Anconw Ma rli Club

baptizeold oSnd Richard Mulhol-i unleTohs a settlement reached 0 o /
home Sacred Heart ChadaY evening meeg ToToUhd A esd .refreshing
Shs Meyers, Margaret Rastet-of the Panama M alk over their new strikerend-
utel e or iu have their regular WASHINGTON, Au. 19 (P) It comes handy for


Lte, Dr the parents enter, Rinedthar dinner andRas- meeting at Feder proposal mediators borh the strdown washing your car, dHE WORLD HAS LEANO
Prte, Na Brennan,'the 20-day old American AB-gardeall Tharp, FLY KM TO
JMue eyGoleds, David McNey and Other union rethresentatives, l
MbTeiss. m Kathy Mulhond Michael to spreanwhile, met wnitedh Unitedrline


Return from Tripn Ail es officials in Denver r ALL *W EVV S X-V C ( 3 221
Retars from Trip la over the scheduling of a non-.1
Terry Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. stop cross country flight, the Many lights weekly from PANAMA
Terenre Fordo of ell Vista, and same issue which led 'to the
^ mas wuse nest Peter Haseeret of American walkout. e Choice of Super Constellation or DC-.B DELICIOUS FLAVORS
i Lewiston, New York, retu r n ed T Do uxe or Tourist class served
yesterday by planeafter a four The pilots association asked De le or Tourist cla service e on-Umor pe Chery esp y w
day tour of the San Bas Isands. United to drop its single west- Northern or Southern route
Acco any themwere: Mr. bound non stop flight from F full inflmaio see
PeterA is erenie Con NewYork to oLstAngeles, con-! For fcl aet gen Millions and Milliona love
nei,.Mr.Wam Conner, Mr. Van tending that It elceeds eight or Seoav tAereos, t .A.an
Mr Mis ete Mpy and hours of continuous flying and No. 1 ei Avenue .. and wll too I
Mr.A4m Stuhler. Is therefore unsafe. Tel. -2I331.-a
Fa Lukas WA union spokesman denied woo's .m
Nr4? icardo Arias, son of Mr. StAmr is A WGWI in Chicago yesterday that the
a P.'. Samuel Lewis, who left IsATTEB ia ,Gms ". ramy pilots were threatening to strike
ree y for New York, en route to ieteesat CehlmdastM.l 5. N. United too.
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bot e0trtalsd at ai "at Rme" Swould mean a shutdown of the
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EDW sa "t-o If clubs tiOn. 44th et Nf ,' t.. liO4 ar -" .A.V?
ils Tehon .OR SALE IFOR RENT: -- Modern apartments, ca r i band, President Dwight Eisenhower, registers at the Br xte
Furnished or unfushed. .349. B prevously losed the re- street headquarters f the New York County Bard of elections.
I TCELLANEOUS rRe Etate oomR ,OB 0 0 E N meant himself. to vote In the November balloting.
S I CFA S Re EstateOR RENT:-Apartment: Two bed FOR RENT:-Room, furnished, Forth -dit An Army spokesman said
rooms, two services, two bathroomsAn Armys pesman mwai
i S|WT#ATU Reconditionineoand FOR SALE :- Only $300 down pay- hot water, completely furnished or o Avnue O A ap hi b f Admil R de Cahina PnnsAetwa
Reupholstering Furniture Advice in ment Pueblo Nuevo lot with light unfurnished. Ave. Cuba No. 58. balcony, small dlnlngroom & kitch- routine" and In no way & result
cPuebloNuevolotwithligt un5urnishe9.Ave.Cuba .of the AMY-McCarthy hengL Red China Admils Red China Pardons
iInterior Decorating. Call EUREKA, and water, 631 meters $1 :75 per Tels.: 2-1227 3-3329. enette, screened. Suitable for one o y h nI
2-4632. meter. PATTERSON. 2-2346. or 3tw persons, $65. Tel. 2-4912 MNirT e s t. He d Zwiker hadobenin thisP ar Criminols
ED INSURANCE? Hospital Auto FOR SALE: Wonderful farm, near P w due for reas ment.
Mrine Life available. Call Hatten, Campanao. two large concrete hous- FOR N FOR RENT: Nicely furnished big l In a prelude to the Army-Mc-. TOKYOB Aug. 19 (Wr) -CC-
3-3323. es, four acres on highway, with riv- room, private bath. Near Hotel El Carthy hearings, Army Secretary 1lei i a|la munlst China prdoned 41
PIANO TUNING done by Sidney E. *r, swimming pool. $1,500 down; HouS an. 1782, -1693 voailble. Call a- Robert T. Stevens accused Sen. Srtg g Japanese war criminals today in
S.6O- ORRENT:-Two-bedroomchJoeph R. sMcCarthy of "abusing a gesture believed to be part of
lms. Workmnshp d uary. ntee prIce $6,50. BPATTERSON, 2- FOR RENT:a5Two-bedrom chalet ino. 48. FOR RENT: Lare well furnished Zwlcker in secret hearings. LONDON. Aug. 19 ( UP)-Com- current peace offensive against
Tel. 1713. room for 2 gentlemen or ladies, tmunist China provoked angry Japan
FOR SALE:-REAL BARGAIN! Con-. close to bus-stop. Private entrance British denials today with an Radio Pe pla reported thi
US Red Chinese Crete block house and 4000 meters FOR RENT:-3-bedroom chalet, ga- screened, quiet, private bathroom. 6 C pai ing. aohi e POWs tonishingly bland declaration amnesty or er.
at Gorgono for $2,000. RUSH. rage, maid's room. Suitable for of- Can be seen anytime No. 34, 46th that British ships are hauling The 417.W.re presumed to be
(Cestinued from FPa 1) PATTERSON, 2-2346, Panama. fice or store. 32nd Street and Jus- Street, Bello Vista. II re strategic cargo from other West part of abQat18,000former.Jap-
to Arosemeno. Phone 3-4332 or European countries to Red Chi- anese servicemen convicted as
ntrtlon wanted to "de- FOR SALE:-UNBELIEVABLE! $750 _3-0790._ Wanted Position SPRINGFIELD, I., Aug. 19 na despite the West', trade em- wl l and i held by
aslse" the action, down, $40 monthly, large house, (UP)-AdlaI E. Stevenson cuebaro. Re
lo]yment plans call fr the four rooms upstairs, four down- WANTED--Positionas,mold by En.- ed Preldent Eise eson' a ter. Exchag .chnese trade omfichal Lu 8hu
liMMent of at least ree. Of stairs, 1000 meters, Pedregal. ll A lish-speaking Panonian girl. Call dYof put -ty expediey a- Chang calmly told reporters ac- China. "Oh, Mr. Lul The thn
ons to such .. PA- PATTERSON, 22346. Fort Clayton 6139. hove e at pedin eye a- encompanying former British La y headlined aon'
l^e SAL- BARGN!Only $.m0 Indoclhnl, 19 bar Prime Minister Clement Att- you sy LonolDas
SOkilla",J n FOR SALEf B A I KOny i gpi Kld Help Wonted fS. Sen:a to^riaT ^l ^o Brshoclalsantni dcned
Othree__bFO edroon Ams.yfveMeeke S. sehatorlal candidate, Joseph T. ist Indochinese prisoners of were helpvX bring steel, other BrtIsh officials anrily denied
while, .8. military off PATTERON 234 I7,500. WANTED: Nursemaid. r box the French made a break for metfs. ac rye and heavy that there was any. laness 'in
lrerted no fresh evidence unldngn Apt. No. 1,* Front nd 5th eson the 1 Dem a freedom today to escape return equlpmeaneM from Frae. rel- sh stratgi controls. One
e Chinelay to carry Street, Colon. reidential candidate, ad mair. to Red rule, reports from BWUal- u mW est eto.Reter
bellgirent 'threats t CHICAGO, Auf19(P) ](UP)tgooEiseower gave h5" 'aw wlvr gon said. ....
ton t-hed Formosa We offer the 3 best and Charles (Cherry ose ml WANTEDes to Meek even thou The reportwhi were not
They said recent Red threats only available lota in Golf lion dollar extortioa~slat and one- odabt has cam e agrint e arme, sa break a
this line appear to e eights Panama's most time kingpin of the Capone gang Automobiles ot o what the residentha place near aion as 2500
foI propaganda purposes. residential development, empire, was shot mnd klled in WANTED:--Good lidht sed,d good7 for America" t solds ean
u t h r demunst la o nganglanLtd.d fashioner ina to 1950.tusbelr e ln. From wSteveson spo .in soe n o n tIoa for shipment north to Hal-
t Ifthey Intend to 5th Street No. 22 His body was riddled by seven 3-660 Pol stateFair, ,.. -French and Communist au-
th bullets, but police no one ddeat isenhower will speak tilay thoritles refused to make any
drmoas. Tel. 2-388 who saw the Slaying had been lrA Hn w e tt republicann Day" activities. statement and It could not be
thdra of more U.S. found. UDg ll n learned whe thprither e soldiers
o 4 withdrawal of more U.a.___ J i g fund. t pl oil Meek will oppose Sen. Paul H. made a getaway.
morap ofChicago' top pce officials D Douglas D-IU.) inwhat Iregard, h ePrisonerexchange was
e administration plan Chicago' top plce office ed as a key Novembere etion i s ech as
this country's armed would not make an immediate Wis n nips Nvme. .relc.tio going full blast. French spokes-
II toamorrceomoblesr 'eA for r ei ., .n the s struggle for control -of men said 650 French Union
Into -more mobile strik U WspeculationAll the Senate.
lce n case of renewedoe's murder. However, it ap- A prisoners were repatriated by
iunist aggression anywhere My 011 peLared certain he had been kill- 17 All Stevenson charged that Meek has the Communists yesterday in
worldormr ed assassins poss- RVE Mass A 19 (U dited much of what te Pre exchange for 1,000 Red soldiers.
dent Eisenhower gave theoW R* o e ia bly a trole for control of -Brazilian beauty Maria Mar- dent has said isgood for America" There was no d o that
on the withdw s t the remnants o the Capone syn- tha Rocha, who was ruled out is campaign speeches. Brig. Gen. Christian de Cas-
gas last Dec. 26 when two dicate. the running In the ,Mias Unt tries would be released today,
SGuard divisions were verse contest on grounds h "It is with all respect that the ninth anniversary of Red
ht home. Gloe, a-top figure in "Scarface hips were oversize, said today remind the President that he Lead er Ho Chihh Mnh's re
t tie, he saod with- canh6hic.' gap when it doi- contest judges were misled by Xotoly his political part butS to power.
ll tihe ,wo divisions wai tt en ahead in th uhowte. y trde. nated Chicago erme Inhe roar- statistics she herself had sup- cnatry, and that we vew with
"initial step" and that as a mcanic makin a b o u t a s, w t to ja 1945 O plied. igivings such obvious' Mubird-
,gforces in fSouth Koreas m .ek o' g n mncrtsw~.0 charges of helping to extort $2.,- "None of the officials meas- nation of even his own view at A & P Food Slores
be "progressively reduWed Wltn a== bee iwa.be- "'e 000,000 from the motion picture ured me," Miss Rocha. who came the national interest to party e.
amstaices warrant." W Do you WAN? v. w industry" to the United States after win- pediency," Stevenson said. f 0 s
f the end of the Korean: n.i.este- dw j0e a ning the title Miss Brazil. said: .l
.8. military planners have; **i5*- : Three 9ther Capoae henchmen' "Only a lady friend of mine In Stevenson said President-
wh r-owing concern on1 ,Stai r were lso sentenced to 10 years, Brazil measured me, and not hower should "make t A
commitment of sizeablell 1*9 10 tW =-o r-but all four were paroled two very carefully." she said. "Shee liy-leasr" to GOpaP a P rlb-
for to outhorea ~l c u tue years later. One of the four, Par:lP t my hi down as 38 inches that otheirb eampu10saen Per t. MUi E RWDt $-m wme radnm
re on the Asatc AT n yor e (The Waiter) Ricca, has report-and I brought the measurements not. to sb sist s and W R.k
A siatic !AT Hollim Yom mo aretirme you can aIedly been trying to regain dom-! she wrote down all the way ids. wSmUeand t,, r NEW YORK, Aug. 19'(iSPll bike esaIoh iicgsumen.mThBdras pl"a
the area, however .u ~h inance of try Chicago under. rm ote down all the wa s ad thr (fee prices in A&P foodstores h ove lnd the bike wr albu e
States ln to S ".carce. You Wonearn a"you world from its present reputed Miss Rocha wound up as run- "But I ha iw rdly-f r s the country dropped 10 tw eputs e.
jtritg air en aasM l 'oPo toaegood, m.o own e a r leader, Tony Accardo. her-up in the Miss Universe e it a found today in the first
na. Dweld ,, o .- atics y contest after officials ruled that .for =* sg hem i n dees n retl cfee
.-o"t a l IT 38-inch hips were disproportion- th ears ad U e s prces on the New

llinaB... B lt S. offitleLn 11 |101 t1an1= lShe arrived here and fri tores i ed this mom-
to have tom him e a.~ A T OR social seiy, sl pound yes-


belp. ra4herator. 1 r e .. IC ek sems to nA 4ce.ts a po1and.
tnudn e relatives', m ams r t,.prvateeP d .ep r e d .. Tt h w AT TIe Ex S

Si Nw sister, Mrs Maria Bernard.l w. Meer t ~-t a pound. x to .ut m
t r eflbct fratore c.D OOR = ^ SaidMeek ee atlo Ir topped 4V estt a p=al d. "
M ler ra sfrhsa." V 5 162"SB EXC "S coffeeutures

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN NOVYEDADEAATHIS A gun wh4ch l propelled-by though they did Manately th- we know.
:,w FO rd YOU CANSALE FOR SALE FOR RENAD AT 14RESORTS COMMELOCALIRCIALS IN THE a







Hoteshd A ombm ew__ Aa .mento, hNT 3b Uous t PROFESSIONAL d ou t e
Zio- FOR SALE:-Used cars o rock bot- ATTNTION I. Just built mod 5 p.m ad, appeal unmaged. do h b to e to p
FOR SALEZen e d om pces. PANAMA AUTO, S.A furnished apartments, wo rd- bf d
s o A r.t-.' e t-'rea fo r i to

e A Bt 820e Jo Frnsco de l s Avnu bedroom, hot, co wter. -Til. b Le a u Pote TankUPI -r U.ra,derric lacks iStht t Sraw ; end oa Our dependent s md*
S.D No. 45IT phone POFtnOUtmwn 3.4941. ot__phoTOMONr myriadB of otheLr thinAWS though total,a are a p, end wlat




CFOR SALE:-Westinghou Srerera2 d oo t o Ap nishedO ond 4-roomoen pt l. O nde coael Sn- t dent, twohir from the BanI- 1 w that gvem the prular goal how w
nco IUPhon _2.355 _- ^ FOuRoc.SALE:aLea our i on._ Grd.. .ch Sane. Cloro Bech cottm s .tioff a r Germa road, i d down a p ea pro lo o st l or fI a doway ltotlmlGr on d gfrerm-whi
FOR SALE: io Jly e.n I CSCrub u p O mechn 1 mFOR RENTak-Apmrtmetent and over- la. Cenl t tchflaroti dbe te dc- e tell aen bulS






good cond4ton. 5Ju4-0 av" cal condPtAon. F. ICAZA Y CIA., tral TheAter building Central AvA ModeraC r Phon 6-441 tr u rAed l,,aghJn injuringofourr t he W ped di W.*
Roda 4to_9 p m.e u Arosemena No. nue No. 141. Inquire Central TheI str 4-567 melSa of the gun crew. poral law, Ut the rult hs f I do I wl m imah thesdginis
LFOR SALE: PSHAR MACYo-, ter, mangers office.ou "e.SHRAPMEL'S furnished ho. o us s on at o The'. dent oe urred yedter- eptrActp. od know Al-We and A-bet -la.
2 103 2 LA CurunduAia f. day. th Army maid, when the can a e a C re ator. who ot aws os -
2TE PANAMA AdME oIC AdN oO N NOVr DADes ATIEISwo gun which in, propelled by a though they didet i eo
ih Street No. b7 ,d Ctruck fr ont and rear. attempted no exist. In whho o how we aen bet pe
S $15 El... le. r| ""to J were t* omis a German pe- which "ae they tet eurselv add whe wil
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT RESORTS dCOMM1ERCIALhn &. trsn ami trir.n
the soldiers were Injured slightly

sole, original price $395, selling July Avenueprces. PANAMAAUTO S.A., furnished apartments, Mabo Cbin inmero COOLCerroCompnter.Moun- Robert
price $225. Address Betaa Jose Francisco de Io Ossa Avenue bedroom, hot, cold water.nished R ALg gg Tank*retrievers derrick, MoJacks
E i wNo. 45. phone Panama 34941. ee OMu and other equipment were or- A LW tt r, His law are a reise ste
OR SALErs $30tnghuse r285,Ager- F SALE:t--of mp Chevrolet 2-door, FOR RENT: -- FurnishedSALE:Suits nnd Pants. BEST- to tie ara of the acc-gover putiy i so there me
















rrg housegfromEPopeIChura- orols and a traper. Call 2-0181. centrally located, two bedrooms. IT d opetro har quafmh a- elst orn eol rilr ah the highest tradition Of the ci
tar, 8.5 cubic feet, 25 cycles, 2 radio, good transportation. Apt. 6. nished 2 and 4-room mo, a amd tt e dernOcePansid heematohSwntadres ontiCfommunthrot









yealosold1ur3n.,rBelbhe.p. 8043 U ility treePh on.QtAnbleBh45B Allra.eolreroan village of rdoO r MotenbuseC. The ,Thi-m- l I nom&avd t s
ys 2150-D Curundu, Phone 83- .OR 9th Street. Colon. meno. Contact AlhEmbra rt- P b c U CTe an C rile CI a. At gnYe of 0otebockro ThTeThf Maj. Gen. Charles Laddetuin Dasher.n th e a

Ancon. Phone NG reopening Sept. n 7th. Registry, Hermosa. Tel. 3-5229. FOR SALE:-Mole Boxer1951 4 months, Pae, Shipper one manOr IndisTiii
Refrigerator. 25cycle, Packard. duty paid, radio, GOOD on.r Stered AKC ho ttne i r271..I 0e. S Asa to m hoy t e lopan
good condition al n RICH tubeless Ltres, f olEeimeahan FOR RENT:-o14rnshFd-Apartment above Cen-MertefragesotPon e6_ i or'erial law.Be can Ignore theaaie
Road, to 9 i cal condition. F. ICAZA e CIA., trial Theater building, Central h eAvesoe:ts-oo7n
ANED:- Bo 35 to 45 feet vend Justo Arosemena No. I. nue N. 141. Inquire Central Tel- LOT SAL Pa WAHINGTON Aug. ( wP)
FOR SALE: Norge refrigerator, P ephone Lombardo 3-0471ffice. A sole of merchandise will bt con. ---The Army yebrday formally
o. Wrfl porcelain $125; portable FOR ALE:---ud on tOldsobilehe 26th of Au oustnced the reassignment to
nderwBox 2873 Cristobol. Phone 1047. EXclubcoupe, excellent all-around FOR RENT:-Fu Modern two- Mdrom Corps beach at Santa Clara. Telephone N Ito I sfoolih. Cthn. to talkbout His, h
2103-ARTNER REQUIRED wit Curundu out ixpon, radio. Phone 34050 apartment, 51st Street No.4m apartmentss n.Un- B as lboa 1772., eve- [ O.any F. NOVEY W. a stormooe nrom the moral ker' n lo," d
na C Complete dets lthou nishditionnotes- furnished. For further deptlycall n beings. Central Ave. 27Four a For example, "we a no rect
A -PhilppineRattanset.er bound by the t o-thousgo stelves. Freedom lnigbs the cust
FOR-SALE: -.- Rattan set. _____ Zubieta: 3-1802, 3-3337. FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile past Tel. 3-0144
4-strand, very good condition. Tel- FOR SALE:--1951 Pontiac-8 Station OSaTR CAr Load-yr-old law of raates.."freehh
7.22 after 4 p.m. Wagon w/rodc, post spot and fo FOR RENT: New three-bedroom Sant Clra. Low r tes. Phone The question Is not whether the help us to achev thee for
one ...- light%. Macdonald 559-A, Curundu apartment, living and diningroom, CBalboa 2-1866. GO, Aug. 19 (UP) law a old, but whether It Is a which we have been created-.
F"- SAL _---Mahogany desk and oa- Heights. Phone 83-2106. maid's room, hot water. Telephone FOR HEALTHFUL change of ctim9te, Learn Ballroom Dancing Four former sergeants will be law, eternal union with an AI-Lln
,ice chair $15. portable electric 3-2279. visit Club Campestre in El Valle.,atEl n o awarded the Army commenda- F OM 1 ualy defined God.
nge sewing machine $40; Chi- Just 80 miles from Panama City.S tuHotel tion ribbon In a 5th Army cere-
ILerg2'4;dOUremseFOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment, Ntudi. We willbe mony tomorrow for "insPir. ..
rriture, very cheap; table silver, livingroom, diningroom, kitchen. .eil4ed from Au0. devotion to duty" while prison-
rden tools. pioe vise, mechanic's laundryroom, maid's room with management. Inquire Tivoli Travel to Oet. 11. eraIof the.Communi.t..in.Korea.
Brobathroom, garage Alberto Navarro Agency, 8 Tivoli Ave., Tel. 2-0461.!T ers of the Communists in Korea.
d diesel; electriccfanr8"nlRa all Street No. 53, "El Congrejo." AT NEW GORGONA B'EACH rent tin
use 620-, Ancon Boulevard, brook 4227. M llett's furnished cottage. 60onBwin Bbrl rbackkthe42are: Martin C2r.stenen, Liber-
FOR RENT: Furnished Maparment.lats urish.tyville, JohnM.Lawson,
ar gas station. FOR SSALEusble,2cou.6. Four B., lo 7oIByville,Il.:TOh MY.L o
forc2ocouples.o63,AFourth a Oa 4n Paso Doble. Mambo, Gus- mero, Center. Colo., and Robert
esidroom, livingroosetskitchen.M FOR RENT: One-room furnished Cha it Cba-Cha.
F SAE: I fahogany chest of FOR SALE:-An 18-ft Icobin cruise Vista.e r e '43rd Streetrt inNo. 13. neOUThe tour men were cited by
amowers $30. House 285, Ancon.' with two 25-hp. Johnson motors, --OiL0uiaPnBS the Departnt Of the Army for
owefrs0omEpiscopeal Church. velocity of 28 mph, Spirometer, FOR RENT:-M ode r n apartment, FOR SALE:suitsnd Pants, BEST- "inspiring devotion to duty in
iihuermpsplhr_.-- controls and a trailer. Call 2-0181. centrally located, two bedrooms. FIT, superior quality at very lo0 %.lIROPRACTuv te highest tradition of the
sALE-WestinghoLise 60-cycleIYou con see it at 39th St. No. 26. Tel. 2-0480. p r ice s. "BESTFIT," Plaza Santa military service" for their lead-
rigerotor, 8 5 cu. ft, freeze : An., Ponaml; I Ith Street, Colon. 11111112A.and.OL0 milership of anta i-Communist groups
est, self defrosting, 4 month, old FOR'SALE"-7'2 -hp.o utboard. motor"(Palmer Gradutt)
00; large gas stove $20 s ht new in Aprnil $150; "T/z- FOR RENT:-Aportment: Living and FOR SALE:-Aeevwoed Ieourb, Spe.- OXCE HOURS: of prisoners In Korean POW
0 laneous furniture, cheap. Quar- hp. outboard motor used $75' Need diningroom, two bedrooms, garage. cial Club Reserve Sotch, Royel Sa--rdaynd I -2- a I.a Calrps.
ls urnuhebia motor. Phone Qurry Heihts All screened. Calle Gerordo Ortega Moented Cenedien Whiskey.,. Reon s mI 9 v 1moe oen. a-sew
T21.50-D Curundu, Phn 2293. No. 3 and Via Espa6a. one block Ceotex and C otl Club Gin. At eay (I block from Lr.ugTheatr) Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,
rS IOfrom Hotel El Panama. Information her or bedee. Yeou, r Dtllele. eJr., 5th Army deputy command-
i ; hineset furniture..oher i In same building._ Necie l. 1--er, will present the awards.
pearl. Tel. 3-3745.E O Ryears old. Party leaving for StatesB AX .neral iwicer
.... .ES completely independent, garage 3-5227" Panama.- B A X T E R S .A .
A N IT EDtto 45f eet, D ESE W AITES S VL OF DANC card Miro Street No. 52, Visstig n ed T J
WANTED ING reopening Sept. 7th. Registra- Hermosa. Tel. 3-5229. FOR SALE:-Mole Boxer, 4 months, Packers, Shippers
I~Iise'ImeoUStion 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Aug. ---.... .--- at en gistered AKC. IPhone 12"-B. Movers. AT a
MiSMlllneous 23rd 24th. Balboa Lodge Hall. FOR RENT:-_Furnished__apartment,_Colon_....... ..
V#ANED:*- Boat, meters from Via Espofa. $50. Tel- LOT-1ID SALE Panama. WASHINGTON Aug. 10 (t)P)
Itwin or single hull, with or without,,shon. Lombardo 3-0471. A soft of merchandise will be con. ,h [my [i dadfImll
power. Write particulars to Brawn, Position Offered prucAted on the 26th of August, 1954. announced the reassignment to
S 2873Cristobal.EXCELLENT POSITION available for FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurnish- Mar., Corps Exchange, Rodmon Nov. LICORES "21" the Far East of Brig. Gen. Ralph
A R T N E R fRE intIREDwting do experienced private secretary. Must ed 2 & 4-bedrobm apartments. Station. Bids will be accepted on eny ceter S ,21I W., a stor....nter In
R E QU00 0 p it E D wor in t hr ng a bo ut b e sk killed in sh o rth a n d a n d typ in g C a n t a c t A lh a m b ra A p a rtm e n ts o n e, or all o f 4 lo ts u p to 2 5 th o f A e reu from 2 1 P eaHit i o s on t er In
420,000iCpItCle details ad: Greeting cords, articles of cloth- Otpee oMbbKlo g
55tte Complete dttat te-FORRENT:-UnfurnishedorpartlyInc.Jewelry,figurines, Xm11deq.or,1111
pl lineit ionsentiol. ApplI'P.O. Box 555 or tele- furnished, attractive modem.2.bed- tion s mecenlcql toys (d. dr--n -,


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"THE MAD MAGICIAN"


DRIVE-IN
Plunder and Piracy In
"THE ALASKA SEAS"
Robert Ryan Jain Sterling
SAT. SUN. MON.
'Thunder Over The Plains'
with Randolph Scott


CECI L-I A
MARK STEVENS




"PRIVATE EYES"
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"THE ItlNr'^
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Left for New York
Mr. and Mrs. Jorge R. Riba of
Cagrejo, returned to New York
after spending several weeks of
vacation here.


Mrs. Heary Fe abett
T6 Give An "At omen
Mrs. Henry Felgenblatt


Art Exhibit

On At JWB


will be


at home to her friends this eve.
ning at her residence in Avenida
Eusebio A. Morales No. 7, El I
Cangrejo, in celebration of her
birthday.
Braoes Brook Club
To Hold Dance
The Brazos Brook Country Club
will hold a buffet supper dance on
Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Musix will
be Furnished by the Royal Sultan
Orchestra.
Members are reminded to make
their reservations early by calling


won 181-0101 W WW MW3-i1y.
Marco Ernesto, a young Pana-.Nu.rsery School Opens Sept. 1
manlan artist is currently exhib- A nursery school under t h e
ItInk s water-colors at the reaction of Mrs. Kay Schochl and
S USC-J$W Armed Forces service Mrs. Juanda.Pennington will open
Center in Balboa. The art ex-eon Sept. 1.
hibits are arranged. i coopc Reservations will be accepted
tioq. with the Canal Zone I 'y Mrs. Schoch at Box 889, i n
League. Balboa, or she may be telepsoned
Sat Balboa 14W7.
Ernestp received his early --
traIning from his father wId Is Pacifie Royal Palm Club
a profeaor-'f Fine Arts A _adepy Meets At Ft. Amador
of Ecuador. Young Ernesto de- The Pacific Royal Palm 0.58..
viated from" hts early trailing in Club, hd its regular mnthly
adapting his own techniques in meeting Tuesday at the A my nd
the use. of oil. However, this cur- Navy Club, Fort Amador, Mrs.
rent eahibit, 'which also demon- Kay Daniels, president,, presided.
strbt e Efnest's strength as a I Games were played- any many
cresuive artist Is mainly water- prizes were won. -Miss Mildred
color. Neely won the door prize.
SAf-r;the. meting refreshments
The current hibit which in- were served. Mrs. Margart Beau-
elu d6the following paintngt will regard and Mlrs. Thelma Lowande
remain en through ,Spt. 5: were the hostesses for the qvening
l- 0Bo ,- 2_Uan ma. ay, j Thos who attended were: Miss
3-a. i 4-Aure, -Sun- Mariemma Smith, and the Mes-
set, 4Wt Htouses, m -in teriot dames Kay Daniels, Helen Skey,
Trail, -auliny Day, 9-4Ol Laura Davis, Hedy Shaw, Rose
Tree, 18I-4baI ape, 11-Bougtigat- Johnston, Margaret P. Beauregard
villas, ,12-By The Road, 13- Clara M. Chambers, Helen R.
MoUPtn House ,'s14-twse by Adler and Marion E. Graham.
the Bay, 15-Palms against the
ea 16--Flshernman 1j7i-Sailboat, Card Party Tonight
18--By. The Sea, 19-Intejor By Royal Palm Chapter
House, 20-Under the Tree, I 'tRoyal Palm Chapter No. 2 0..-
Lan.sckpe and 22-Little t E.S. will sponsor a public cprd
Houses.. party this evening at the Cristobal
.' .-, Masdie Temple ,at 7:00 p.m. .
TIWr* u o-9dfj th h t ar l Bdr, canasta, samba and oth.
I iir pe and-, ere wl r r may be wi a yh.
ta. .the m...lttary" pe .. nm.. i and. There wil be prizes for eact


Airman Senenced

For 'Improperly

Occupying A Bed


It.OLLC



MOVIES. TV RADIO


HUCKNALL, n g., Aug. 19. -
(UP) Ronald York 24-year t \ by k i JA M
old airman caught .cuddling an _- -_
airwoman in bed, began a 56-
day sentence in the workhouse HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Behind ard Henry Brinsley Norton had
today after a duty officer said he Screens: Irving Berlin nixed any connection with flicker mot-
he saw them when he peeked another fabulous ofter to film his terms. But he's the man who coined
through a curtain lie story-this time it was Joseph the word "cleavage" years back
A Royal Air Force court-mar- M. Schenck with a $1,000,000 check in a battle with the late Will
tial convicted York of "impr .- as bait. Hays over censorable footage in a
early ocuppying a bed". with Th explanation was the same British film imported to the U.S.
Leading Aircraftwoman Eileen one 41vmg1 gave me a few weeks
Hall. No charge was made a- ago- I don't want my life 4one A foreign babe-not Zsa Zsa Ga-
gainst Miss Hal. as a motion picture." nor-was asked for her telephone
Flying Officer William Oaley But coming up this fall is a two. number by Porfirio Rubirosa and
the duty officer, said he spied hour TV cavalcade of his songs got this answer:
York and Miss Hall "pettg, and parts of hi life story as the
cuddling and kissing" on Mi background. "What's the p o i n t in it? I
Hall's bed when he peered wouldn't date an actor!"
through the curtains of her bar- Latest definition of a movie pro-
racks while making a routine ducer: A man who goes around ACTOR
check. with a worried look on his assis- --
"I left then because I hoped tant's face.
the couple would leave," he said MERVYN JOHNS, character
But when he returned he found Is there a trend away from actor in "Moby Dick," the new
them still there. Miss Hall was fresh, new faces to reliable play. Gregory Peck starrer is the papa
nowin her paJamas. ers who know the movie ropes and of husky-voiced British star Glynis
nI was still hoping that the who can be pushed into important Johns.
airman would leave so I walked stardom with careful career stra -
away again," he said. "When I teg7y? Claude Boissol, the screen-writer
returned the light was off." who's cooing French love words
Oakley said he called Miss That's what many 'Hollywood into Yvonne de Carlo's shell.pinks, |
Hall's quarters. The lights went actors read in Fox's recent grab wants her to star in his "Marie of
on in her room and she sat up of Robert Stack and Richard Egan the Islands."
n bed to answer the call, he -two flawless profile boys who are ---
said York was still there, but at least 10 years older in age and
Oakle denied setting a trap. experience than the'striplings who Symbolic note? In "New York
Miss Hall testified that York have been occupying the "Marked Confidential," a g a n g l a n d get-
did not get under the blankets for Stardom" bench in the past away car careens into a store,
i her. two years. demolishing the display windows.
wit h.er. A shoe s t o r e? No. A clothing
"Would you have allowed h ,m Says the studio casting director, store? No. A television shop
to do so?" defense counsel A. H.;Lou Schreiber:
Brow ask so signe yon"We will still sign young pe --ople
"Brown askhere lied whom we consider potential stars' :.. *
York told the court that be if and when they show up. We will V sth Zonians
and Miss Hall were "genuinely take them on and develop them .l. a
ond" of each other. as we have Robert Wagner and
Compromise Sought not seen much of this young ma- .d'
SCompromise m0 tlria _.
SMERLE OBERON, of all people, (Isthmlans wfth f am ily
d o torrid Flamenco with me embers or friends In the
So I n ow .. M dancer tonio sn- l I ALrmed Foaees are t .
-a. .LAr O n 1, "EWverthi ne ta -t wm triho t thh


sneir ramiies are cordally invit- and refreshments served during IV V HUaw nwU gendarmes to worry about: MGM
Sd to visit, the USO-JWB Art the evening. shelved the title "Rogue Cop" for
Gallery which is open from 9 Tickets cost 75 cents, and may WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 (UP) the Robert Taylor starrer at the
t.m. to 10 p.m. daily. be purchased at the door. -The Senate today agreed to request of police authorities who
Story to reach a compromise with hatet he three-letter' word. STat
SA the House on how to "outlaw" was a couple of months ago. Now
Claire Bloom In A Sure-,Fire Hit, the Communist party. the picture is back to the original
t Senate republican leaders tag.
The M n Between," had delay pointing mem- First ca on movie rights
day bears to a spe House-Senate First call on the movie rights
SBELL Vconferencecommitteewhile they to William Faulkner's new novel,
t the BELLA VISTA Theater sought more "acceptable" an-"The Fable," goes to producer
I guage for the bill. Unable to Bill Bacher and Director Henry
find the new language, the Sen- Hathaway. The movieman gave
rate GOP chieftains agree to the the Nobel prize winner for litera-
conference c o m mp i ttee and ture the idea for the tome.
named their members. .
There was some fear present Since her Las Vegas night-club
language in the bill might dam- click, Mae West says she's had
'age existni anti-subversive laws. couple ef movie offers.
Meanwh e, the Senate approv- On wide scree of oure.
ed President Elsenhower's pro- i -----
osal to strip U.S. citizenship Adv. In a movie trade paper:
rom convicted Communists, aft I "Errol Flynn offers his lovely hill-.
er limiting it to those convicted top estate for rent or lease." Ap-
of performing a willful act. parently Errol's never coming
The bill was sent back to the home to live as lavishly as he!
House for approval of the Senate once did.
limitation.
limi tao DINAH SHORE has been award-
Both houses are on record to ed hundreds of plaques for her
outlaw the party' bY stripping it singing, but there's only one trophy,
of its lal rights and making displayed on the mantel of her
mem ertp a crime home--a small cup for second
But te wordig of the pravi- place in a recent tennis tourna-
sions brought up the possibility mn
that Presidentb m ienhower might .. --
veto th e bl h. Richard ("The Robe") Burton P
."The principal stumbling block didn't sign that seven-year con- N
was a relatively short section of tract with Fox--one film a year f
the bill hch woud brand as a '-until a few weeks ago. Big ques.
criminal anyone who "wilfully tion Hollywod scribes are waiting
or knowingly" becomes or re-to ask the British star:
mains a member of the Commu- Did he really say of ,his movie.- M
nist Party. Active Coihmuniets town stay that "I enjoyed every f
would be subject to fines up to dollar of it?: a
$10,000 and or prison sentences Yo wo-tldn' t t e -'
SYou wouldn't think that the re-' t.
upto ive yeiraio rs. strongly scent death in London of Lord Rich,
pposes the bill on grounds it
.would cancel Out Communist-i SHOWING A7' YOU~r
daughter of th'Lady ul loo e a control laws now on the books
4a ter of the dy Luck Cl a Bloo the mat- woudca nc out C i iw SHOWING AT YOUi
velous str, whose .genal dharacteriation ChapIins "Lme and wreck the government's an- THEATERS
light" was a delight, comes back to the screen in another wonder- ti-subversive campaign.
ful role. dBALBOA 6:15 -c8:10
Youthful, pretty and owner of an unusual dramatic B O 65 :
Claire Bloom chases her own parts with sharpness, and so we ft se, .WUUe AISu
have h;row with rugged James Mason in the shocking super .
Clalre Bloomis noat a one day star, for the contra she is ~,T 01n r0mun I_.
and her success In '1" BETWEEN" augers many other: o i I III ,
screen triumphs. OnA ru n gn N 11ItII
'T1-~U M BETWEEN" Will be released today at the beauti- _
ful air-conditloned Bella Vista Theatre. Adv WAS TON Au (U)
WASHINGTON, Aug. It (UP)- Dancel
House-Senate conferees agreedD
-late today on a comoromine for-
Iegn aid appropriations bill of
A LBOAow" to finance the military
Secondmic and technical assit-
tance program for another year
Exact fi In the bill weI
not immediately available.
The House voted $2*,85,00.0
inn new money. The enate A -
propriatlons Committee recom-
no noMmended $2,M00,000,000, but theI ru,.. s. .
Senate slashed that to $2. 0.-
000000 In approving the bill last CRISTOBAL
Sen. verett x. Xrksen ft -1u) a-cu.. ... PARA
i ..N.MMiwho headed the ea& confer- i ,rla,
., ,, --, said the "w mo tow -
I --was 'peWa "Pretty much the samw a," LA OCA :15 :I- I
M R I M EM v0ted by the Senate. "THREE MUSETEE "
The conferes had been ta-
iled for several days over seval
Steshnics provisionI in tit SANTA M5 6:15 9:16
and ow m h to permit the for- "OLAMO I"
... .. ein opera~ons .aduda.m mIi
to.W. of Its unablgated r
loe fud I i no'i 's


pertient fy alUz data to
the Zone Servic0ma's Edit-
or, The Eanama-Amnerican,
Box 134, Panama, R. In-
formation as to servicemen's
whereabouts, their promo-
tions and excerpts from their
letters are of particular In-
terest.)
.Photographs are used, but
none can be returned.


PVT. DAVID A. HOPE of Gam-
ioa has arrived at Pt. Dix, N.J.
or basic training and been as-
igned to the 304th Infantry
regiment of the 69th Infantry
division The son of Mr. and
Mrs. Winters A. Hope, he was
formerly employed by the Pan-
ama Canal Company. He at-
ended Balbow High School and
he US Merchant Marine A-
cademy at Kings Point, N.Y.

t SERVICE CENTER
TONIGHT!,
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 s:2 i
OClark GABLE
oAlexts SMITH
"Any Number Can Play"
Fri. "A PERILOU JOURNEY"
PEDRO MIGUEL 7:00
"Charge of the Lancers"
Fri. "3 SAILORS & A GIRL"


GATUN


7:00


"I, THE JURY"
Fri. "HER TWELVE MEN"

MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
0 Anne FRANCIS
Dale ROBERTSON
"LYDIA BAILEY"
Technicolor !
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New Angles Pursued

In Death Of Heir Of ,

Monigomery Ward |
CHICAGO, Aug. 19 (UP) -
Cook County Coroner Walter E.
McCarron today pursued ,"scv-
eral new angles" in a new un- :
dercover investigation into the
death of Montgomery Ward
Thorne.


McCarron said he was cooper-
ating with Chicago Police Com-
missioner Timothy O'Con nor
who has assigned Deputy Chief
of Detectives Harry Penzin to
the new case.
The coroner declined to am-
plify his remarks but said ear-
lier the new leads in the case
"had something to do" with evi-
dence found in Lake Genevi,l
Wis., where the Thornes main-'
tained a summer house.
"I still believe Thorne died un-!
der mysterious circumstances, '
McCarron said, "But I am npto
saying it was murder."
Thorne, a 20-year-old heir to a
mail-order fortune, died in hisi
near North Side apartment two,
months ago. After a lengthy in-
vestigation, a coroner's jury
ruled the young heir died of na-
tural causes.
Thorne died nine days after h'
made a new will which left half,
of his $1,300,000 estate to his girlI
friend, Maureen Ragen, 18. I
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Carnavalito entrance $1.50 per person
Call Max, 3-1660, for reservations


DANCING BY THE POOLSIDE!
From 12 to 2 p.m. Saturday & Sunday
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Of Sixth 20-Victory Season
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S.pahn


Within Reach


Le'ty Hurls 5-Hitter International 2 Armed Forces Cage Games

For Season's 14th WiOn-On Tonie; Big One Tomorrow ,_
ll k O I .. ,,Teams W0 L raPet. --O ""
r ;-Toronto 7 d 47bl .i '
.ocnes~er 7U 51 .i Panama Area Armed Forces AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 72 54 .M 1 Basketball Legue Standings Team. W L Pet. GB Tm W L

oda even. ..he acke i n pacea ittle.Syracuse R61 63 .4am cn el h 4 3 4. e o
S.s NEt W YORK, Aug. 19 (UP) Wiry Warren Sracse 61 63 4 Teamw Yk 72 44
S. i w Wt havana 62 66 .41 Fort Kobbe ...... 16 4 .800 New York 82 le .68a In 71 4t 02
, Siahn, who won six games in exactly a month to Buifalo 56 69 .448 c co lo.. ...... 4 h7 .6 9 wauke 7
- e madcap Milwaukee's pennant drive was with- Ottawa 5 .4 Albrook ABI .. 12 8 .6001 Detrlt 52 65 .444 32 Philadelphia 56 59 .487
p lce madcap Ml waukeer s pennant dye, wn cn ,,1o0 and ao9 7S i 3fort Clato .;, 10 10 .O Wa hington 49 6W7 .422 34 Cincinnati 56 62 475 i'
q;stn reach of his sixth 20-victory season in the majors -- nmond 49 79 1 Army" Alantic ., p s 5 .250 Bostn .4967 .42234 S. Louis 55 62 0 .
today even if he slacken s Phis recent pace an 1 o l d l gueTED RL .2s00P0 Baltimore, 39 8 00


N evn N io he ackens his recent npace a n little. sip Deli 0 7 0 8 o 46 71 .0 26
S The Oklahoma lefty has had trolt, to stay three games ahead m.DA000 (xX--Wlthdrew from lealgue.iB v-el39--0.384rn
-4batas one of his keenest goals of the Yankees, who won their1 (First Game, 7 Innings)
,'it a lustrous career because if ninth straight at Philadelphia, icnmonac 0 u 01 0-7 291 Two pgmes are on top" tonight TODAY'S GAMES hiladAas York
e achieves it he willpull even 6-1. The White ox kept up theirbyrause 002 000 0-2 5 1 (Thursday) In the Armed Forces atPhiadlpha (N) B at t
*A,,wth Bob Feller of the Indians role nine games back on the hoop league as all fans await the Detroit at Cleveland (2) St. Louis at Milwaukee
-he only other hurler in the treadmill by winning 4-1 as Bal-! Fanovich and John.son. Sprng, final clash of the season Friday Boston t WashingtonCincinnati at Cco ().



majors who w has 17 won 20 games timore went down to s. s and Erautt Atlant at Fort Daviys. Both to Ft. Chicago at Baltimorelts
Cardinals in a duel wier this year ath lefty his 12th game. Rhodes hit twoere havana 002 000 002-7 12 1 Troops three times this season Philadelphia 010nd 000 001 30x-41 5 0 Pittburgh 000 000 02-2 9 2
oarly American Leaguer who can reners out in games involving Syracuse 000 010 00x-17 26 0 by scTroops visiting Albrook AFB and Hoeft (613) and House. Wynnand Burges. Male (1- and
Is Feller's team mate, Bob Le- the also-rans. Naraella and Jonnson. San- Fort Clayton tangling with Army (16-8) and Hegan. KattI

wsthArywIfo6d and Erautt. Atlantic at ForD Davis. Both tltso
Spahn won his 14th last night, al Maglle had great support start at 7:30 pm. v (Night Game) (Night Game)
a flashy 3-1 five-hitter over thefrom Dusty Rhodes in winning( (First Game, 7 Innings) Albrook has beaten Special New York 010 020 300-6 9 1 .Brooklyn 101 001 000-3 0 0
Cardinals in a duel with lefty his 12th game. Rhodes hit two havana 002 0W0 2-7 12 1 Troops three times this season Philadelphia 010 000 000-1 5 0 Pittsburgh 000 000 12-2 9 .
Harvey Haddlx. It was his sixth homers to drive in five of thelBuffalo 030 311 x-8 6 0 by scores of 66-64, 81-64 and 92- Ford 1-, and er. Kellner Ersktne (16-10), Hughes and
in a row In a s p a n that Giant runs. Maglle pitched his Lopez, lott (3), Harris (4), 61, while Clayton has done like- Ford (13-6) and Berra. Kellner Campanea. Thies (2-4) etk
began on July 18. With more first victory in a month and his Melton 5, and Noble. Froats, wise to Army Atlantic by mar- (6-15), Dixon and Astroth.and Atwell.
than five weeks to go, he might first complete games since July M. Johnson (6), Erickson (7) gins of 64-62, 97-62 and 60-56. -
once again make it 20. 21. It marked the first time in and Lakeman. WP Froats. LP The big contest that everybody (Night Game) Tnight Game)
oncetw weeks two pitchers Lopez. HR-Lakeman, Baum- Is waiting for however, is the Chicago20 St. Louis 000 002 01x-3 0
Stan Musial' 32nd homer t weekstWoG ant either Lopez. HR-Lakeman Baum-
1Coco Solo-Kobbe clash Friday
ntan aMve St helr i hag hurled complete games. gartner. iCoco Solo-Kobbe clash Fridwe Baltimore 000 100 000-1 7 1 Mlwaukee 000 002 Ox-3 6,
thennt ae lwuk Johnny Antonell turned in one night. The Sailors have beaten Conuegra (15-3), Strahs, Dor- Haddix (15-9), Staley and Sar-
only runoffpan.,1W.-... enightbefore. (Second Glaam.. Larsen 3-1)
o uMduel wit the night before. t(Second Game, 10 Innings) the Lifeliners twice in 75-68 and ish and Lollar. Larsen (3-1),.
broke up a sc hees hHavana 220 010 000 0-5 13 2 84-78 battles, but Kobbe bounc- Chakales, Blyzkaand Courtney.
tw rwheno dktripd oA ,C rin r dnly Buffalo 101 010 020 3-8 9 0 ed back to take the third en- ( ht Game) Cincinnati at Chicago. Post-
one run ad Andy afo got that tired feeling in the Rogovin, Melon (8) and No- counter by a 74-54 count. Boson 100 024 010 01-9 1 3 pned (Rain).
gled in another for enough ninth and served up singles to ble, uerra (10th). Maas, Harris The winner of this Sailor-Life- Wash. 001 030 103 00-8 15 4
to win and stay 4% games Preston Ward, Frank Thomas (4), Hudson(7), Lary (9) and liner battle will not only cop the Kely, Hurd. Brewer, Hudson

Stho a sreont 0 0 1 nre COLUMBUS (NEA)-Bi
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R n- L(7) n, aKingd I Howard.t Pat llres Gardens. Fe 8la., tto u8p fortrKobbee w aal-t ,SSta eA a
Tpe Nky Piraters, o 3-2. f edthyear. Duke Snider paced dk H W n Kt loP Army Atlantic 84-47 and ad money winnit crowns.
hes for the ehit er run when Toby Eary Atwell Rochester 100 000 0x-4 1 1 ti Ski Tournament at ier N. (NEA) Armed Forces tournament a-for the $185,0 over the first half of the

n te P Gro t ah ino a iA. Trice and Watlngton. Pi e 55th Grand American ou ainaHandicst Camp Tortuguero, Antilles d bt on
two a In front ond thf an B n to m e sBu HR singles, Hughes Alston, h resting bins F- t a new recd.
whi had to shut off atwor ped the Pittsburgh winni n, Lndeck (, Blake r In games playedTuesday eve- is ughton won 0 la t year.
ninth inning rally toeat streak at five, longest fothei ( and ve Howard LP S- Lomban- ISCO hon, qpl i ning, Coco Solo wo over Albrook esrciano i oto k- in, e
pesky Pirates, 3-2.ear Duke Snder paced Br Wilson, Kress.AFB 88 to 68, Fort Kobbe wal-





Yhssy d Coc h Series Wis Loop KuPe ddlewe.ght he rl pne, 3b 3 8 0 0 0 s
Cleveland clipped f i ts eighth tr etd his sev loped Army Atlantic 84-47 andc a and money winning rowo.d od ,
victory a row, 4-0, over e- Cleveland cashed In on Ottawa 000 100 000-1 3 0 Fort layto edged p Specialfirstseveral ousand



St Roc l l l l U T shotgun enthusnasPtis have ar- reseman took 83 dashes ande a e
hl' te 74Rlan i on t ree complete Rblter 100 00ational 4 11 1 le men rived in la, Ohio for the $5 0 over the firt half of the




Sworkg out at Bern e season his ad to have vantae down to lust t names on e champion. v. E .yh
rland have taken the cue ftr fve innings but won over ochester and six an55th Grand American Handcap.s season and appeared bent on et
an Discl nho homersbBoblby A nd- lurbrinkc'te Ra al ton, e ol lk .. th wynn Preliminary firing begins Fi- nw record.




is:n Darcidlhiet arnnd Al Smhith. Smith'ss with aBurgrssn. wh 3ee 1toe Fi c o T m o 2n 1 0 2
twro on base. It was theafs, 10-- nncmr12tlsho Burgesrw s.e >ay. i s 5; yr





vented the only defeat tha suspended game and then went An argument over what time hopes to wear the crow n an- n,tlak 4 0 2 5 31
tr, 4- the Braves, on a 5-3 victory i the reg the weigh-n other fiveyears Marcano says, 0 2 2
ruSan 0rpsa C te oac tWhthtey trail la meTuesday night, jumped S day has cropped, Aug. 19aherty d doesn't mind i n New York on Delsng, c 4 0 0 4
I hitter for h is 13e th win ofve-hit o VeLombardi for five runs in says it should be nine ocloc n husky in the country would e kie Boone, 3b 0
BR, Switzs erlnd, Aug. 19 se n and hisn osvenrth in a row, Car (ds the osoning inning and the morning Ws as n hs as b elardi, b 4 0 1 5 0




Seek ath Russian workouts then d on foran 87 victory since the fight starts at seven In fact, Marcano says the Total 29 4 5 7 8
fi EmilZatoseki sah PITTSto d Meanwhe, the Rochester Red that night Jack Kearns, of to e mor e contenders there freight Tuttle, cf 4 0 0 3 0
S Ult omoft ouht le and Cofly topace the Yan- NEW YORK, Aug. 19 -(UP)- makingweig. Tl disagrees. dd better he likes it. The more w-H-o
S Anurev a human eretuats he wholeheart leouefeating the Toawa Athetics 4Ma- OlKearns says mathnager, weBid Fgh-laherty, Arumandav for me, s ays T rs 0 0







mStio machine." ma p er l "behd the policies of gen-t1. be at noon. just ah s it is in New Rocy, "the better the brandof Indians 000 001 30x-4
Aothier la s exAdert co rsi man r Branch Rickey. Toronto has 29 ames left to York when a fight begins at 10 challengers will be. And the 1
ents- working oua ern, this season er has play, two more an Rochvantaes the scales. Thisouldbe champion.chllengers rrors Hofet. RBI Avila,
moterland have Wh en the u elp aftele e ngs t ovte a Kearn argues "If Olson the bigger the crowds. Smone-nith 3. Two base-Hoeft rWest-f I
o their coach. hihaens down s 15th game fortheWhitehalf games ove Montreal today for anontitlebout six weeksa- Hard-hitting Macanos looexpects toke Avila, 2b 3 1 1 2 3 -l
Theyseldo rest as theybu an who were aced by Minnie as a result eae ofwill have their third straight andthhchampsaidrecent- is forw ak in another -hetw Doby, cf 3 0 0 2 0
Sos s es" o a daily re next year. Cros important loss column nefit of dryind ig out all nhtrr uel with loss to the Royals. two he would like a or three years. And plays Avila-Dente-W eht ho busy reign as vyt



In aternatonlrack and sar- s I have never at any In other Royals, who defeated the heavyweBuffalo Bi- He might champion, Ar1ie5 by fht where along the line Rock y Kuenn-Hatfeld-Belard. Left on
M harde worker is long Leafs,, 10-1, In the completion of Moore. The 29-year-old champ says Majeski, 3b 3 0 0 1 1 11 VA
.ditance runner Alexander Anu- YESTEDAY' TAcomm -Left to a suspended the Cuband then went An argumentverwhat limit he hopes to wear the crown an- Westlake rs 8 If 3 0 1 4 0
d.After Alofex Norwamber up, e warren shn of the Braves ontoga a5-3vitoryi the first division bthe weigh-y is 160 po uld be held Fr-. other five years. Marciano says Dente,fts 3 1 0 2 2
tin ru ns 50 laps econ the uar who won his sith strainer yoular d efeating Havana twiceusy night, jumped day has cropped up. Flaherty he doesn't think his ry young ynn 3, c 4 0Hoeft 3. Runs and -
W-mlet k forack onethgame in Cra month, asfive-hit on Vie Lombard for fiv runs in says it should be nine o'clock in husky n the country would like Wynn, p 4 1 2 2 0

petekingat the Russian workouts. then held on for an 8-7 victory. since the fight starts at seven In fact, Marciano says the Totals 29 4 5 27 8



says-"If Ewo-mi nul Zatopek s19 ahnd PITTSBURGH Stockholder Meanwhile, the Rochf m es with Red tich- ing a lot of attention. Special draw a millionten dollars But he's 9). LP Hoeft (6-13).
man locomotive,' they ought to Bing Crosb ofthe ittsburg Wings picked ut a full ghta as far offc as Clevelandm p, disagrees. better he likes t. "The moreahes hs ho








manand New York. peak, Marciano says he won't by( Dl TCLAni
cR Anufriev a human perpetual pirates says he is "wholeheart- defeating the Otawe Atletics, 4- Kearns says the weigh-in should come gunning for me," says rlers "a000" oo --ea








ot F Ion Elsewhere in boxing, heavy- stop fighting "It takes a cham- 1--\
motion machine." behind the policies of gen- be at noon, ust harles says in New Ron a w"the better the brand of Indi ans 000 001 3x-4
Another Swiss expert cm. ramnser Branch Rickey. Toronto has 29 games left to York when a fight begid s at 10 challengers will be. And the
ments Ti'beRussians move ... The millionaire croonere has play, two minore than ochester oclock.s more dangerous the challengers. Errors- Hofet. RBI- Avila,
move move. Why, even if one sent a telegram to Riceydeny- and one mre than Montreal and Kearns argues "If Olson the bigger the crowds." Smith 3. Two base-Hoeft, West-
of them happens to sit down for Ing he criticized him or influ- leads Roesester by four and Mon- can weigh in early in the Marciano says he expects to lake. Home Runs Avila, Smith. "1
a minute he gets busy cleaning enced the general manager's de- treal by seven games in the all- morning, he will have the be- hit his Veak in another two or Sacrifice Hatfield. Double-
and pol$Silng his spikes." cision to retire next year. Cros- important loss column. nefit of drying out all night. two or three years. And some- plays Avila-Dente-W e r t z, :UrU 011 ,,
In aW international track and by says "I have never at any In other action the Buffalo Bi- He might weigh 165 by fight where along the line Rocky Kuenn-Hatfield-Belardi. Left on
field mueteaat Gaevle,tSweden, time made any comment to any- sons dropped the Cuban 6Suog a rI time." The middleweight limit hopes to realize his main am- base Tigers 8. Indians 8. Bases







BOUt Gets O K hogra Balno Host For Annual bailr DAu AcAA I
udn sen of Norway clipped one about the operatonof the Ekings out of the first division by s 160 pounds bition a million dollar ga nvitational Basketball To Wynn 3.a
nte.4tnthsof one second offhi. (Pittsburgh) club under your defeating Havana twice, 8-7 and Olson is a heavy (1-4) favO- Rocky doesn't think his return Wynn 3, Hoeft 3. Runs and





r.one-thouand guidance Crosby ads-Eve 8-5, while the Syracuse C h e f rite. Although there is very lit- defensunage againstEzzard Charles earned runs Hoeft 4-4. Wild
onAren apprced the di l ad a critical opinion, which IMmoved into fourth place by split t-te betting, the fight is a ttract- at New York September 15 will Pitch Hoeft. WP Wynn (16-
t a sean memin of the d definitely donot, I wouldhave ting a pairof games with Ric. ng a lot o attentiopln. pec thalnd draw million dollars. Buthe's9).LP- Hoeft (6-13). t-PA
ise-t featherweight cham- y.. noo s h e." i, mond, losing the first, 7-2 and planes are flythe shaed hgh pont honos thing in crowds from hoping some future fight will.
STrinida ha are Atanti e ee all fro con Mead, each scoring 13 I Gu ll
t winning the nightcap, 1-0. as far off as, Cleveland, Chicago Eve n when he reached the news his men but Carl





l to sa to arrve on the preandN the PwcificE sie. a ks lgmtein t ks a ys he wsnt lm I e who appreciate the bet, alway choo
n i e lsewher e in boxing, heavy- stop fighting. "I t takes a chain- h e al A
n Airways to complete his By BEANS READON ht Ezzard Charles says held corn a while to prove hes real e to provide the s n PALL MALL for a reason. They like
g There. will box 18 rounds this we theek-en good," says Rocky. "I might of fine tobabeco. they
SColDa n ie ls T e i Writteetin for NEA Service at his Monticello, New York able to do that in about five trouble
Offiial ToHo camp. The ex-champion meets years." -












f Tess championable 15- : QUESTION: With one out, in- E team by the score of 47A23, The 19 pombs, and Kirkland scored 8S whch filter the smoke
round math for the Colon A- terference is called on the bat high scorers for the game were poieY Aor Cocoli ake it elowerm
Foot Oct. 3. The title fiht ter a a ballserner steoffcial s wll hold Cismeros of Gam leaue champion will






s approved at the relar Who is out the batter or the base boa o each. igh scor-Th w inner fort. Ch9 03r dAAr aA At MA
afit Comm on meetn runnest -Jerry Gervis. rstr for stobal was Blevin with 9 A gue stobe represented like te elegance ofthe Ithmian
eti Monday nicht. Aswer: Thome In Balboaner. Allwhich points Invitational Basketball To u r n a-
ie will be requested candidates aMr. there welreom The D league game was ex C at Margarita.
ot scheduflenvd for Sept. soon two t batwar d be out. tremelyoe with B alboa member of that team is now pl oe tobco than ay
his in Commission. i The Idea to t e nament was held at the teBalboa out of An League37-. Chin of Cristobal the 03rd should be able to get b get together, you're sure to find PALL KALL'S



Ph va. "Baby Face" is o The Idea is to Unset the maxim. beating Cristobal to the tune of E League.- Gamboa nlatt~r cigarette.


to his recent perform- Q. A claim Bob Feller was ham and Roy Watson both IAe I Officials at Chicago's Washing-
t huld 'sh eAsoPiwly convince Ibeaten when he established the 25 points while Hilty of Cristobtl o al ton Park have suspended three
sof his clan. major league rerd with 18 made the only field goal that Cris- men for using dr ugs on "Mister
In idadian has fought in strikeouts. B lauh at this. Who tobal scored. Lei nadier and Shu- sim P 1 0 Black," winner of the Oraeland
Aot Ul omana, Venesuela, Aru- is right?-Eddie Red. mate of Cristobal came through iWml o 10 De Stakes last Saturday.
be i a racao. A. Feller was defeated, 4-1, for their team with 2 foul shots e Harthill testified the drug was
nCludd an the Danles-Test' BABY FACE DANIELS when he struck eot I Tigers at each. I r 1 given last Wednesday and could
p legra are an eight-round the Cleveland Nuaip Stadium, In the lower gym, Cristobal's .e not have had any effect on Mr.
a inal and two four-round om the afterneeM Oct. 2, 1938. B team and Ancon's B team bat. Black in the race. Mister Black
s, and Juan Salazar and Manuel Q. How many years did Bob tled it out for the first 3 quarters It was anmouseed by la h set a course record in winning
wiCe t Amer- Prescott Will slug It out at 124 Lemon of the Idiansol around and then Cristobal went ahead i 1. Davis, Execetive Secretary,the race... lowering the time for
.g "m pounds In the other four-round-in the infield and wfoueld before the final quarter to bet o thatD it w-ld be aece ary to a mile and one-eighth l one-
hS wl or. concentrating, on pitehing? Ed 36-26. High scorer for Cristobal else, the Cristobal YMCA- fifth of one second.
Sb. i Burke was J. Hannigan with 10 points swimming for tf dfya, The stable's head trader -
S*General adia lsioi for thisj A. Sevm .ndM. lespe t three and Ancon's high scorer was L. starting t y. Harry Trotsek and owner Al-
Swill bat fight will be (one dollar), re-more years Ia the ared forces. Reves with 9 points. I 3xzdve rqi ar t*f It Ruben also appeared at the
ON,. a served ts will o forS Q. How many years did Na The C league game between A- tmae to 'M rittat ieearin. Trot ek convinced the
8 I" M+ 1 a0~nfdt .trnsefor poleo_ Laee mana t ~ io1e In-,con and Cristobal proved to hiathe ail to tSe po l It ewars he was at New Yc' -
Mila w~i rell ,m2t .50. Children and -boxers will dians?-Andrew Catelratorus. most exciting of the day. Casto- that 1 be aratoga track .and had I
Bi at 132be charged50 cts for gener A.WAr at et aher- b led athe ay wt Ah aoi mn se Nt am knowlee that. the d, wta


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BYi I By uMY BRUSW
Nha staff Corresponaent
WILJ(AMSPORT, Pa.-e(NEA)
-The Little League World geuis,
which adeualky sends aque
Pennsylv a c r 60, onew a
baseball e, holds a, fa4-day
spotlight here, Aug. 24 to St.
I T Aormally, youngsters ia h abe 8 to
12-year-ola brs.dt; ca"e com-
motion any pipei but e e ;Le -
tie Leaguers who moVe In fAr thel
World berles of small-fry baseball
figure to completely disrupt WiW-
itamsport.
The eight regional winners, en.
compassng every section of the
United tates and part of Canadat
will generate all- ime high Inter-_
est hi this seventh Worit Series
held by the Little League.
With a record 3500 teams ond
over 500,000 youngsters engaged
in the Little League program nmis
year, the Worlde Series has bo.
coane a bigger Item than ever be.
fore.
The three playing dates this
time should Graw over 40,000 spec-
tators and will reach far more
than that via network radio and
.teevislon. Mel Allen will handle
the announcing.
"This is our Idea of a bona-fide
answer to juvenile delinq uehcy,"
says Pete McGovern, it tIe
League president.
What he also could poialnt out is
the success of a strapping ex-Lit.
tie Leaguer from Connecticut, 18
year-old Joey Jay, now a bonus
hurler for the Milwaukee Braves.
we otig? oyN OOBaseball people are taking it as
the anvs w a on themaian boom ,a matter of course that the pro-
up In Boston. (NEA) fessional ranks will be filled, in
the future, almost entirely by
Graduates of the Little League
program. Jay is only the first one
Ito reach the majors. And each of
b this year's contestants k nao w,
that.
SThe eight teams, comprised of
1 youngsters each, madeo VWi-
JOE W ILLIAMS iamsport after regional playoff s.
JO E W LM [ aThe personnel for each regional
SI am Is an All-Star aggregation
t e w kicked from the individual league
fSltton oe little word afte another and wh atever became which the youngsters played
o ah an pson? twAl o .p at w havmae a lovely lo mokig bll throughout the season. Once chos-
ter, at.ro Apropos of which, this week'smae or V fight en, they were sent against simi-
emnateUs tOfrom e lFMcaelseo'sf O Pafae, which MAYor 'n lar teams in their own region for
not ave been the load of the ornal Milk Fund fights. Fr the right to make the trip to Wil-
day nightBobo Olson will defend hismiddleweight tile against liamsport.
Rocky Castellani. The champion has the equipment to win on The eight regions which will be
points or by knockout. Castellani is an ardent disciple of the represented in the Series a e:
ab-and-grab cult. If Olson e ant devise a way to make him New England; New York and Ca-
open up, iteeould bea drearynight for the Living Room AC. nada; Pennsylvania; the Mi d-
S* west; the Pacific Coast; the
Sitting on the sidelines awaiting a call to meet the winner, Southwest; the Southeast, and the
is ey Glardello. It will be Interesting to see where this one Atlantic Seaboard.
wV s up. In an effort to make sure Giardello's position as a The regional winners are flown
formidable challenger would not be Impaired, Boby Jones, his to Williamsport and housed at Ly-
mostd cent opponent, was offered a spiraling bribe (it went coming College during the Series.
from $t,000 to $15,000) to put on the water wings. The bribe The boys all are under the super-
was spurned.Tand thanks to Jones' admirable cooperation with vision of Mickey McConnell, Lit-
the law, Clarence Henry, one-time number three ranking heavy- tle League field director and for-
weight, and an obscure character named Joe Hacken,,were jug- mer Brooklyn Dodger chief scout,
ged. Be tween them Henry and Hacken couldn't raise enough and Ed Steit, physical education
ady to buy the flaIrht to the life rand times of ake La- director of Springfield College.
S tt. Obtly, they Wetre front en tor whom were they The Little Leaguers aren't them
fronting? |Uonly b aseball people who turn up



tha tlhel lr abe ri ng tw fo rlnegv tel lobby each ear non LKesue i
1ana as erin at to thsreeorat eaps ntbe il f oor h oeSeri s heor, w lk Q
ebeha d knowledge ofs the late e artofodeul far si rookln ode Ioni e
st Nerms around I tryngstobri i. his o apnelow nfo wcan he othe beb leiPV .
sato whthemengooI ue tt ot. IAnother good uesteon Is thia ors the ries Jame the town,"
e e Ano o nBobti rrat, LL faromoton drec-
notoriously known manT nanas. feltInthe actual crect on tor points out. "We expect almost
o o iadsllo kow ig To B e, elt the r 1000 of th em and they come from
o, f h" arde...o' r in afairs l B every part of the country You see
g l to former stars like Leftysaomez or
Istuated soley by the fact that he is related to onee o thefight-o Cobnbor Raoe yorn shvy wa 1i
ets eco-manazers. It has often been demonstrated that a rguy oun.hayo uae p-
Am Norris of BCI figuing on brigig Glardelr o o here fora oMackn ofthe Athle, atics."
championship bout, the boxing commission should takeeps -i The games themselves, if pastt
and Iff the commissiumon doesn't, the D.A.'s office should, Giar-reords hold form w ill be tightly e
dells should be kept out of New York for his own good.Around contesteld affairs. Birming he a i m, t
here hea te tracts too many vere.f And apparently there noth- lainlast year's champs a won the to
WX he can do about ft. Elsewhe, fbmght be less embarrassed in,, 1-0, with Joey Sims' pitching d
anduIfhe happened to feel like using "Yes, We Have No Bana- the big thing. In 1951, it took a a
nas," there would be no unkindly remarks. shutout for Stamford, Conn., to W
take the crown, the same fort
It shouldn't he asking too much of big league umpires to1 Hammontown, Pa., the se win-fi
know the rules. In -a recent game between the Phils and the, H to erPa the 4 w
Cards, three of Warren Giles' umpires were wrong on the same To win the title, a team must
play. A run had scored during a rundown, which made the third get through three contests. T h e
out r l d the three umps. Donatelli, Gore and Gorman, said It games are played in the pictur-
oldn't count, since the rundown was part of a double play. Ac- esque Little League stadium in
tually the continuing force of the double play had been remov-lWiliamsport and at ouch o ofld-
ed by the previous out of second base, a fact which the fourth line sandlot play enters the Series
umapire, Jocko Conlan, hastened to point out. Aside to Tommy when finances are meant io ned.
CcnnoUy: The reason they have four umpires ,t because there's There is no admission tp the Se-
always a chance one of them will know what time it Is.f ries, but the boys pass the hat toEH
.Carl Furillo picked out an lmiortant series to remind the gainrvi
fans that until some one comes as along to prove othetrwise, he Is JI r l
still the M batting champion. Without his two extremely thus-rk L hS lrlesOf
y home runs in the first two games, the aeBrooklys would not a
have spt the Gantn to cut their deficit h the standins to -"" in


The Giants certainly did not look like can't-miss pennant
winners throughout the series. Anytime Sal Maglie can't hold
the Dodgers, the situation is not normal. Leo Durocher got him
out of there Jn time to save his life, even if it didn't show In
the bx score. The Dodgers were taking their beat holds against
the Uarber, something they seldom do. On the whole the Dandy
Little Manager called a sensible series, though It was a bit sur-
prising to see him throw in the sponge in the seventh Inning of
Sunday's game. No matter what the score, you Just don't use a
Dodger-Giant game to give a. kid pitcher like Glel a workout,
especially in Ubbets Field where anything can happen. However,
it wag a rewarding series for the articulate Willie Mays aficio-
nados. The Say Hey phenomenon got a home run and ran out
from under his hat once.



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their third straight penna'lt. th
The front running New York 01- "'
ants are 8-5. The Oiants were a
7-10 choice on July 21st, then tre
went into a tailspin the next W
day. yo
Odds on Milwaukee are four m:
and one-half to one. The Braves,
four and one-half games out,
were 50-to-1 outsiders one month Ba
ago. th
Oda-makers have made Cleve- th
land an 8-5 favorite in the wh
American League. They don't foi
quote odds on second place New
York or third place Chicago. cee
WASHINGTON If the entire hig
Washington baseball club shows Ou
up today smoking cigars there iM
are two good reason-Bob Por-to
tertield and Jerry nyder. I
PorTerfleld, the Nat rlghthand- o
er, has become the father of ah up
seven pound, seven ounce
daughter. Snyder, an Infielder, i id
passin out smokes because of IOn
an eight-pound, three-ounce t
son. I the
W TMr NrSTi, Maryland the
The BIaltlore Colts o the Na yo
tional Football League have and
traded end Barney poole to the pia
New York wants.
The Oiats get Poole In return (
for one of ti9sr hoices in the Un
player draft nt year. Coach sqi
Webb wbmnk of the Colts says gag
he hesitated to let Poole go, but thil
decided to go with younger play- a i
ers. !rea
The _0-year-old Poole who i Onr
tarred at uIMppi and Wet the
Pabt-previsl OWN withMpi


Little Lea._____
g ue-.'*ci ;*i '.


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oHEAT b, r xp let to rih Bobby Tbomason
E.aDon :m wd JeryWdftt Th Phadelhia qu tao swrkbg at
...____ sa_, (B4) _.. --


Reports Say Dres

Will Return To Ma

NEW YORK, Aug. 19 (UP) I definitely am not4
It's reported that former Brook- new manager."
lyn manager Charley Drepsen Dreasen says It is all
will return to the majors, him. Charlie aids-"'
Two high baseball officialstto think Irve beenottLa
have told the. United Press the bis league jobs and U
Philadelphia Phils are ready to letting on about them.
make Dressen an offer. But gen- haven't gotten any offers
eral manager Roy Hamey of the Dressen says he
Phils denies he is in San Fran- plans for nelt ',
cisco to talk with Dressen. Chuck "But." admits Urlie, Z
now manages Oakland of the Pa- listen if any major
cific Coast League. He left came to me with a
Brooklyn last fall after a con- Alse I
tract disagreement. Bobby Bs ofn e
hadrhss s eal
One official says winninal a a warmia frla
pennant has become a passion iLeague President Ca
with Philly president Bob Car- Rowland. Rewlamj e haR
center. This source says Car- gan-1 advise yea
center feels Dressen can win officials handle the adAO
for him In 1955. The Phils fired Bragan was suspended
'Steve O'Neill last month Pad day for arguag with aiga-,
Terry Moore took pver for the plre.
rest of the season. Former Chicago. White- -o
When asked about the Dressen manager Jack Onslow Is "rstUn
report, Hamey sald-"I don't comfortably" ino Augut. a
know why you fellows say that following a heart atsac. oAuw
stuff. You can sty, however, that was stricken Saturday.


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LADIES' DAY..-..C. D. Pepper grimaces ettin over the bar in the high jump qf the Wobmen's
Amateur Athletic Association National Intermediate and Junior Championships at Chtswitk, Eng-
land. Displaying the classic form of the celebrated statue, "The Discda Thrower/' save for the
feminine form and attire, Ann Stevens winds up to launch the disc. (NR J



G-Men Thwart Das hardly Plot


To Shoot Ng .With. Slow Pill.


By HARRY GRAYSON tives of the Thoroughbred Racing prepared to inject a powerful |
Protective Bureau, which prompt- stimulant into the horse's neck. 'j
NEW YORK, Aug. 19 (NEA)- ed this reporter to ask Spencer J.
The three jerks trying to heat the Drayton, who directs it as head of
gate at Narragansett were bigger the Thoroughbred Racing Associa.
uckers than regular horse play. tions, for other amusing stories in
rs. connection With racing rogues. I A |
With some sort of a walkie- A recent case was pure miller. 1T D A Yf I
alkie arrangement, they attempt- drammer, unadulterated thud and O D A -
d to get a jump on the field, blunder. I am entitling this one SHOWS
rith the information transmitted "Cloak and Dagger in the Pad. 300, 5:00 7:00. 900 p.m.
o blokes at $50 and $100 win- dodk." : 9 : "
ows. They probably figured that Instead of trying to give a horse
mill was as good as a mile. an advantage, this group, three ,
What a bath they would h 'v e men and a woman, planned to
taken with famous slow starters guarantee a loser-yet. The loser
ke Whirlaway and Stymie! preferably should be a heavy fa-
They were picked up by opera- vorite. That would have b e e n
profitable to unscrupulous book-
makers.
Miss Not As The plan was so fantastic that.
it might have worked had it not of
i, m m- been for the TRPB's policy of
ood As Mile following up every rumor.
The diabolic scheme w as to
NEW YORK -(NEA)- Herman shoot the horse with a home-made
lckman, who has turned to the air-pressure gun powered by a
radio and writing business in or- C02 cartridge. The bullet was a
er to keep his four-ton build in pellet carrying a depressive drug,
hape, came within a regulation or'slow pill. ,
a having Roger Bannister, Wes The culprits had previously de-
antee and John Landy hoop up termined that the shooting caused
a a special mile race. no more reaction on the thorough-
bred than the bite of a fly. The
At the time Landy, the Austral. damaging effect, of course, came
n broke Bannister's mile mark later as the drug took effect. JAE
ith a 3:58 clocking, Hickman The first victim was a nation. I
opposed that he and the English ally known stakes horse. On the ..
octor get together and race a afternoon of the race, one of the
ile in America against Santee ,gang had been assigned to follow
e Kansas cowboy. It was a the steed from barn to paddock,
Iream mile" to end all dreams. where he was to "finger" t he
With Dan Ferris, secretary y animal for the one who would
easurer of the A.A.U., Hickman's "shoot" him from the paddock.
CBS radio employers and New terrace.
rk Park Commissioner Bobi Everything went according to
oses pitching in, it seemed there schedule until the "trigger man"
eight be a chance. unbuttoned his coat to get at the
airgun. All hands wert seized:
Ferris contacted both Landy and A little item from the TRPB 1
minister when the pair were on Iannounced there had been but I
eir way to Vancouver, where two cases of stimulation among
ey put on that historic mile 51,624 starters during the first half
which saw both clip the fabled of 1954 at 39 TRA tracks.
ir-minute mark. The goal of the TRPB is to nab
At first, he met with little su. the scoundrel beforehand. Aenats
iss. Then Ferris tried again ando not depend on flashes ofe tul-
r a time those involved held tive genigs or the deductive meth.
gh hopes of pulling the hods made famous by Sherlock
t. The oP proposed race war Holmes and Nick Carter Their
n at night with proceeds going job is the slow, careful, methodi.-
the U. S., British anAustralcal and often bring accumulation

the smoke dream mile talk spread by touts hoping to
Landy had been com outconvince rank suckers that a
doe- his home lcount for a ho rs# is fixed forakiling. _
ieh of time dangerously close BI ut j ock. ey, braoe and ulving
AAU relations. It washindIn the stable area, decided to
e whe thinga stimulate a borse and win himself .. .
w .me O n Boa-bet. He had to borrow the bet. Today ENCANT O
S "t ting money and the plan leaked. ,._____hp_____an
Sa s. TexaM and the ne e r.. day th reJe wars w oh
rk Yannks J brother, Jim.,served, in a strategically-hu-- WAHOO! $1115
i his cousin Ra, previously mirror, to approach the allbi Gary Coo'per, in
ayed on the gints.ag waitchnd.-Me was congred in "ALONG CAME JONZS"
oach ud Wilkinson ays he at of trying to fee the plug eor Brent in
b Bsmil of sugar saturated hi
iverty of Oklahoma football solution of strychnine and bruieh, I ME _M MAIf_ l_
iad wont play a return en- central nervous system st I m -
,ement In the Orange Bowl plant. Be was barred far we. Today I D E A L !
s season. Wilkinson says such A complicated ease involved the ,. IDE
turn game Int "within the lotted stimulation of a graBy o /Bis aoff, Iin
aim of possibility" since the gorse. There were seven graYOs at F ANKBNSTKIN" N
ange Bowl pact specifies that the track. Two days later a Irai- Ann Mt- in !M
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VALSAGANA, Italy, Aug.
UP)--Alcide De Gaspers:
times Premier of Italy and
Communists and Fascists.
Unexpectedly today at his
.. He was 73.
Gasperi had been in tears,
* hbis death, over possible col-
of_ his battle for a united
hi came at 2:30 a.m. after
y.t lCeas of heart attacks during
peGasperi had worried for ma-
.j d;ys over the sudden turn for
worse In the status of Euro-
arpy treaties which he al-
j "considered a first step to-
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until the end came early this
morning.
De Gasperi, weary from his
long and uncompromising struggle
to keep. Italy in the western
camp, went north to his villa on
July 28 with his devoted wife,
Francesca.
He had been ordered by his
physician. Dr. Giovanni Borromeo.
to reduce his work to a minimum
five days ago, when he became
ill.
Two days ago. after receiving
more bad news about French
Premier Pierre Mendes-France'sa
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"Let tl,- people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,


TWENTY-NINTH YEAR


PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, AUGUST 19,1954


'Showdown


Starts


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Talks On EDC


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fr Fascism through a com- Last night, at 10 o'clock, D e
unt- ird crisis nto the we Ga suffered a serious heart BRUSSELS. Aug 19 (UP) of a unified Germany before the German Chancellor Konrad A-
cap, had been on the tele- attack. Borromeo and a special French Premier Pierre Mendes- European Army comes Into be- denauer to compromise their
consti nt ly to Rome, con- consulting physician were called France faced representatives of Ing. differences over EDC and save
S "T,.ith governent leaders and w hen v arrived De Gas. his Western allies today at a Mendes-France was reported it from disaster.
the position they would take peri was gasping for breath. He showdown conference on wheth- to have told Belgium Foreign The Belgian, trying to me-
tthe European defense communi- was given an injection to help him er there will be a six-nation Eu- Minister Paul-Henri Spaak he diate the dispute called on Men-
So ference., which opened at sleep. ropean army would take this stand In the des-France at the French em-
orus els today. At 2 a.m. De Gasperi complain- Mendes-France came to Brus- conference: bassy shortly after he arrived.
Members of De Gasperi's fami- ed that his heart was not beating sels last night for today's open- 1. He believes his proposals for Spaak appealed for compromises
said the last telephone ca l regularly. Msgr. Rodolfo Grandi, ing of the foreign ministers' a revamped EDC are the only In the French treaty amend-
a the most dramatic and a sad archpriest of the diocese, was cal. meeting on the European De- qnes he can get through the ments over which the other EDC
max to a career of struggle. led. He gave De Gasperi, a staunch fense Community without show- French National Assembly. nations have balked.
Tey said tears streamed down Reman Catholic, the last sacra- ing signs he may change his 2. He is willing to listen to any Mendes-Fra n e repeatedly
w wriakled cheeks as he heard ment of the church, watered-down amendments. amend m e n t s suggested by Insisted the other EDC coun-
his friend Premier Mario With his wife, his daughters Government chiefs and for- France's other EDC partners tries must bear In mind the
a of the bitter turn of e- Cecilia and Maria Romana, his eign ministers of the six na- and, possibly, to accept mall "realities" of the French par-'
at Brussels that might son-in-law, and other members of tlons -France, West Germany, changes in his proposals. But he liamentary situation In consid-
KI the European army proj- the family at his side, De Gasperi Belgium, the Netherlands, Ita- wil agree to no major altera- ering the proposals and put-
wlay in his bed and whispered two ly and Luxembourg--opened tons. ting forward any of their own.
Ifmily spokesmen said he put words. the meeting in an atmosphere 3. He Is firmly convinced Spaak, in their two-hour talk,
.the telephone and turned a- "Gesu (Jesus)," he called. "Ge- of gloom. there is no reason why the was said to .have reported to
y. 4th a despairing look of su." Mendes-France's refusal to other EDC countries should Mendes-France about objections
change his stand cast an at- not accept the French propo- he heard from the other coun-
mosphere of pessimism and sales. tries.
b I I crisis over the meeting of gov- 4. He does not consider his Then he shook hands with the
ernment chiefs and foreign min- proposals discriminatory against French Premier and hastened to
)e G asperi W as Sym u l Isters of the six army nations for Germany, as the Bonn govern- the hotel room of Adenauer
a showdown on the issue. ment insists, whose country would regain its
All were aware that this con- 5. The other EDC nations must sovereignty under the pact andI
V ference would either make or remember his problems with furnish 500,000 men to a West-
CC4 V igilan1 t I m o ra break the plan under which a the French parliament. Failure ern European army. They met
1 sovereign West Germany would to accept his amendments would for more than an hour.
Contribute 500,000 men to an in- mean rejection of EDC by the Spaak acted on direct instruc-
S- torated continental army. French Assembly, a new French tions from the Belgian govern-
*AVALUGoANA, Aug: 19 the murder of Socialist Deputy The United States has tied its government crisis and the death ment which decided at a cabinet
e'mdet, hard-work- Giacomo Matteotti by Bonito whole Western European policy knell of the armny project. meeting, to serve as mediator in
The 'Det, hasperiw Mussolini's Fascists. to the idea of a European De- Spaak listened to Mendes- a last minute attempt to save
Sdemcacyl Mussolini outlawed De Gas e- fense Community (EDC). France and tried to talk him in- EDC.
ed Italy through a ri's Populist Party, from which "Its final collapse would to a more conciliatory attitude. Only France and Italy have
crisis the Christian Democratic arty hasten the "agonizing reap- But the French government not ratified the treaty. Their de-
lpnd of World War eate r ne grew in 1925 and jailed De Gas- praisal" of which Secrteary of chief refused to retreat. lay has blocked German rear-
s1 atesmen who worked withWperi the following year for anti- State John F6ster Dlles It must be his revised EDC mament and hindered the course
e stature as eal to Fcist activities warned last December. plan or no European Army at all, of United States foreign policy.
ed hisstoature as l. I Following ears of persecution But Mendes-France said he Mendes-France was said to have Mendes-France last week put
sa modesty was dis- by the Fas De asperi ob will agree to no serious changes insisted, forward a long list of proposed
the European ar- tamned a job in the Vatlcan It- in hi revisions, which would Many delegates were suspi- changes to tae original EDC
ereaee In Rome early in bary and remained there until restrict the West Germans to eious. Some thought Meades- treaty and give It to the other
I o w s descried as 1943 when Mussolini was over- their own soil despite the hostile France secretly was trying to five EDC nations on a take-it-
'or ft rownt reaction of the other EDC na- scuttle EDC in exchange for a or-leave-it bass. All of them
S. to. afbtw r ea \s tions-West Germany, Italy stand-off agreement with the balked and Speak called today's
pte between Wes Belgium, The Netherlands and Soviets crucial conference. Holland re-
r fatellor eion.rad WAde- A r M as M|iwAn Luxembourg. 8paak, the portly Socialist ejected them flatly.
O FI r rwaich Foreign Mn- i| nuW EIlII He also hinted he wants to leader who has led the fight for Even before the conference
4erns Bidlault. make one final effort for a set- a united Europe, made a drama- began, however, Sp ak called
,il what had to o h BUreU tiement with Russia on the issue tic appeal to Mendes-France and on the leaders of fie two old
sH a= aide. 4There is no
mt try to make A hero of Four new staff nurses for the
L'a frst post until July 28Health Bureau were among their .a e n a g e s
and held the the Canal organizat rBrooklyn Bullies
-whir t poet until July 28, the first half of Augut, accord-
S fn the Italian chamber Ing to a report by the Personnel F
&, failed to give him a Bureau.
e vote and forced his The Health Bureau is seeking |I
ion new nurses and recently issued lewTorturedor Thr l
n at the time of hs ed nur jobaffs. The NEW YORK, Aug. 19 -(UP)- man, do you think I'll fry?" drunk in a park at the Brooklyn
hours later the news r uaired rie nfth Four teenage bullies were ar- The three other youths stood dI end of Williamsburg Bridge. They
t b eaat to a stunned na- edaq ofh because of the consoli- raigned yesterday after confess- stony-faced and dry-eyed in Fe- bludgeoned him with their fists
daho oIf hospital fclties ming that they terrorized Brooklyn lony Court when arraigned on and cked him so severely he
the Canal Zone. w.... .rr.... ....n and kicked him so severely he
emergence as pre- Four of th now employs parks in a "kill for thrills" orgy homicide charges in the death of died the next day in a hospital.
ri had been re'a- hired this month were employed of torture and murder. Rheinhold Ulrickson 43, .kicked Police said Ulrickson's death
to many of his in the States, while six of the The gang killed two men, horse- and bludgeoned to death on the merely whet their thirst for blood,
because he had held 12 have been reviously em- whipped two girls "in an outburst night of Aug. 6. and last Monday night they stag-
ce after he was played by th previously em of sexual sadism," and savagely The three were Melvin Mittman, ed a wild orgy of beatings and
from tison in 1980 for our by the C employs beat two tramps, police said. 17-year old muscle-man of t he whippings that was climaxed by
in 19ty for Their homur states emonp th Officers appealed to other pos- gang; Jerome Lieberman, 17, and a second murder.
was a devout Ro'the Canal are: Peter Bolton, of sible victims of the sadistic forays Robert Trachtenberg 15. T h e y
and a vi orous Okland, Cal, pilot-In-trainin to step forward and testify a- were held without bail for a hear- That night was "a supreme ad-
Chrtan dea as ohn Clayton, Jr., Tls, Utah, against the hoodlums, whose case ing Aug. 27. venture fori me," said Koslow, as
ae Christian Demo- werhouse operator in the Elecrecalled the "thrill" slaying of lit- he related how they beat and
al Division; Morris R. Col- tle Bobble Franks by Nathan Leo- Koslow had been charged earl. tortured an unidentified homeless
n in Pieve Tesino,n Division Morr., pipelins pol- paid and Richard Loeb in Chicago er with felonious assault in Ado- Negro by bumrng his bare feet
hto, oh April 3, 1881, tion thdredge engineers pipeland Dr 30 years ago. lescent's Court and held without with lighted cigarettes before
iat territory was part of Robert L. Koerg, Dallas. Texas' bail. He claimed he was not with throwing him senseless into the
S There was a distinct medical officer Colon Hospital Like Loed and Leopold, the four the group when Ulrickson was East River.
accent in his speech, f the 11 but Boltn haw youths came from respectable beaten.
ehs later years. Of these, all but Bolton have families and their leader, Jack Silver said the boys came from "You know," the cocky teen-ag-
ri attempted to haNew previous hired analservi call Koslow 18, was described as "a "good middle-class homes" and er added "I have an abstract
'q Italian line when and their ositlony s ared Muriel bright oy with a high IQ." none had a previous criminal rec- hatred ior bums--I despise
Italianrted but was when and their positions are: Muriel Dist. Atty. Edward S. Silver of ord. them."
and Imprisoned tor F. Howell Ruth J. Liuzza, Joan Kings C o u n t y (Brooklyn) said One of the men assaulted, Jo- Before the second killing, Silver
and imprisonedght or Austria. H.Stewart, and Margaret J. WElv Koslow had been brooding be- seph Kostyra, 60, of Brooklyn, said, the gang came upon two
E elected to the cha- r rtliamson, staff nurses; Elvis H. cause he was recently reclassi- was in the courtroom as a spec. girls making love with two boys
S epute in 1919 but walk- Robetso B Hunt fireman fied 1-A in the draft. tator. s face was swollen and and. that the 210-pound Mittman
A tin 1924 in protest against iii James B. Hu nt, fireman, He had been taking out his an- bruised. He told reporters th e lashed them across their lower
S194 n protest against Fire Division James J. O'Donell ger on "no-good bums," w h '!boys attacked him twice within a backs with a two-foot whip of
., "-4 'fi-,. Dowerhouse orator, Electrical would still be occupying p ar k few weeks. braided horse-hide "in an out-
unday, A Division: and Samuel H. Rowley, benches while he was in the Ar-: Silver said the killers cruised burst of sexual sadism."
Say first mate on the U.S.S. Taboga. my. small Brooklyn parks in a pack, Mittman told the district attor-
SLow Of these, Hunt, OrDonnell and Koslow showed no remorse, po- oreying on young girls, homeless ney he used his v i c t i m s for
.. ........ :f a.m Rowley have had previous Canal lice said. As he was being-return- tramps and drunks. "punching bags-to see how hard
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enemies.There was tino t e Causes hertoterb e se dsat-
Indicate n ehad asu al- uset. F ter red hid beenaca e x-
though he is arded YO ices as
hothh he Is reo n ded asnper- In;NY"flft -' planatlom that she was otna to
haps the only man an Weste'rn m. s~. uuus.mOs~ .visit an old friend from (qiro.
Europe who could bridge the .The Cairo postmark only
gap between the two. NEW YOR, Aug. 10 (1P) deeneo the mystery df her
Ruth H arias, a blev ulon enter- plight. A foreign office spokes-
Britain also was reported to taier from Atlanta. Oa., and man said: "I could have come
have urged moderation between Norfolk, Va..,, rented 10 homing from anywhere, we have no
France and Germny.! Prime pieons and-sent them to New Idea."
Minister Winston Churchill, after ork TV bosses in transparent
urgent talks with British diple-boxes each with three messages The spokesman also revealed
mats, sent Ambassador Sir ad- attache: that he letter bore.thdae Oct.
wyn Jebb fly to Paris Yet- 'Please call me for an ap- 24, 1903--only a little more than
day for a ast minute train pointment." a month after she %ls ea.
side talk with Mendes-France. "I' al ov." and !MacLean served in C With
Allied sources said the chances- "Please ton bother me any the British foreign officebefore
were sliht that Adensuer an0 more. Go back to Atlanta." being a olnted chiefofthe for-
Mendes-ranbe could compro- She added the'notation' 'check eign o e's North American
mise their differences. Adenaler one." section in London He held that
still Is committed to his stand So far ohe has received two post.at the time he disappeared.
of ratification of the treaty first, phone calls; ,lx messages for Just a- year earlier, in May, 1950,
t h e n amendments. Mendes- a int!Aepts. and one audition. Ma.Lean had suffered a nervous
France demanded the changes Only t of th U'plveonus are un- breakdown while aervming t* the
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