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ACCUSED IN THRILL-KILLING Alleged to have participatetin a series of crimes of Brook-
lyn, N.Y. Melvin Mittman, 17; Jerome Lleberman, 17; and Jack Kaslow, 18 (standing, left to
right) watch Assistant District AttQrney Lew Cohen examine a whip they used on some of
their victims. The yotths1 are said-to have slain at least one man just for the thrill of It.
A fourth youthi,Robert Trachteaberg, 15, was held on a juvenile delinquency charge. At left-Is
a police stenographer. _____
Deplored By Ike
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP) in pursuit of the common goals
President senhower warned of freedom and economic and
today that failure of France and social progress."
Italy to ratify the European ar- The report said the first six
my lan poses a "serious" obsta- months of this year were mark-
cle o the "adequate" defense of ed by "important gains and im-
Western Europe. portant setbacks" In the mutual
Mr. Eisenhower said the security effort. Among the set-
UWited States has poured more backs listed were the Communist
tlin $6,0,00,000 00into Western victories in Indochina and fail-
Europe for fighting equipment ure to win EDC ratification.
sM6e 190. This has helped "to On the credit side, the report
provide a better defense now said 'the NATO nations went
han at any time since the end steadily forward with their plans
Of World War -I, he said. to defend the areas against So-
But the President deplored viet military expansion." It
French and Itaa reluctance to claimed NAT military forces
ratify the rean Defense are now so strong they. cannot
-Treaty. He'said- "he latter de- be overrun by a surprise attack.
-ficiency cdnatltuted the most "An aggressive assault from
serious singe obstacle to an a- the East could not be launched
adequate European defense pos- without extensive preparatory
ture." measures which would alot time
The President made the state- for mobilization of defense forc-
ments in a report to congress on es in the European area," the re-
operations of the U.S. Foreign port said.
Aid Program during the first six port said-
months of this year. -
and ItaUla Lataad came as the
Itx I B4C nat"ns met at s le
urged the other five nations to-
water down the but ,theyr hiFrusCro man
rjecte had 'at the Eu- An American seaman who was
Fr US Cren a h
roean rm plan mainly be-found guilty of tampering with
cause of fear, of a revived Ger- a ship's steering wheel, was
man army, Italy, with both left sentenced to spend one year In
and right wing areas critical of the penitentiary yesterday after
EDCi has not had a strong e- a .ay-long trial held in the
nough center. gove;qrnmt so far Crit bal Division of the U. S.
to ratify the plan whsih would District Court.
rearm ermany as part of a six- Aecording to t he defendant,
nation army.- Joseph P. Greenfleld, a crew-
The foreign aid report Aaid man aboard the L oberian ship
the intensity of communist at- S.S. Chris, he jammed the steer-
tacks on any moee. toward free is g wheel in an attempt to de-
world solidarity "is the surest lay the ship. The 23-year-old A-
proof of the worth and effective- merican said he was di.atisfl-t
ness of our mutual security mea- ed with the treatment he wasv
sures." receiving by the ship's captain,
It added that the Foreign Aid and complained that working I.
programs w helped to bind conditions were very poor. 1
the free,-wo d.ations together In sentencing him to the pen- a
Sitenary term, Judge Outhrie F.
.1 ICrowe commented. that the act ]
A li t r Still as bably committed under i
T _Ithe, funoe of quor. Testi.
D :---- Aj >R fA-mony read in court, which was
Being Accepted taken before crewmembers Wft
n t ship. indicated ts. It
In La Bieco JC eveaed that the defedant
Eligible n -U u red of ehis het
aenlts o n U.A tm Zon l -sup the n an i
have MthAt d rtmWt to ebmit t-.top ita ,l,.
l 1& ana!F
* i. f diitci. li dascl real-
tl t of Baltimore. Md. The
charge of tampering with navi-
gational facilities of a ship ear-
ries a maximum 20-year impris-
It was brought out in court
Boys 8, Girls 3
mir l~iiiiii -- a-
e.di at m tllat Wednesdar
The hospital's weekly report
showed there were 76 admissions,
57 patients discharged, and one
Eight of the births at Colon Hos.
pital were to parents of United
States citizenship. The number oa
boys born during the week out-
numbered the girls by eight to
Sons were born to the following
United States citizens: .Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Robertson, of Gatun;
Mr. and Mrs.-John R. Campbell,
Coco Solito; Mr. and Mrs. George
L. Rizos, Fort Gulick- Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Nelson, Coco Solito;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lip ma, Co-
co Solito; Sergeant and Mrs. Steve
Fuqua, Fort Gulick- and Lt. and
Mrs. William G. Eaton, Coco
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. James E. Money, of Coco So-
Two boys and one girl were
born to Panamanian parent s.
They were: A daughter to Mr. and
Mrs. Owen V. Noel P., of Colon;
a son to Mr. and Mrs. Julio Pa-
redes, of Colon; and a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Cephas Daniels, of Co-
ST. AGATHE, Que., Aug. 20
(UP) Eamilie Dionne's death
was accidental and caused by
asphyxiation during an epileptic
seizure, a coroner's jury ruled
The six-man jury made its re-
port after hearing testimony
rom Maurice Girouard of Wa-
terloo, brother-in-law of the
girl, Sister Anne Marie Tardif,
Superior of the Oblate Sisters,
religious order where Emilie was
a postulant and the director of
the L'Acceull Gal, Cecile Belli-
An autopsy report read to the
jury showed Emilie suffocated in
her pillow after suffering one of
a series of epileptic seizures.
A written recommendation,
prepared by the coroner's jury
in addition to the report, wasl
yiven to coroner Dr. Jean Louis
Taillon to forward to the Quebec
It was not made public but was
believed to deal with a sugges-
ion for improved medical aerv-
ces at L'Aeceull Gal, the Institu-
ion where the quintuplet died
Look who's coming to town..
The Canast sau need the
expected errtval of Willam A.
Newman, asbs4uate director of
the Audits DivilaB In the GAO
Mr. Newsma will stay for tweo
The Camal Itsts him as
"freqnet visator to the Canal
Zone wtho is wa known both
=1 1u 1" Proe-!
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP)
- An American scientist de-
scended 1,700 feet into the Medl-
terranean sea last week in an
attempt to solve one of the
ocean's mysteries by photo-
graphs, the National Geographic
Society reported last night.
The scientist, Dr. Harold E.
Edgerton of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, was the
first-non-French observer to
dive in the French Navy's bathy-
schape, which holds the deep-
sea diving record,
The society said Edgerton, an
electrical engineering professor,
built special flash cameras bas-
ed on one of his inventions to
use in the descent made Aug. 12.
He spent nearly three hours in
the bathyscaphe, which was used
for the first tim to hover at a
fixed distance from the sea
The 1,700-foot depth was chos-
en so that Edgerton could inves-
tigate the so-called "deep scat-
tering layer" which shows up ash
a phantom bottom on echo
COUNSEL MEETS WITH CHAIRMAN Attorney S. Wallace
Cnadwick (right) newly appointed counsel of the Special Senate
Committee weighing censure charges against Sen. Joseph Mc-
Carthy, meets with Committee Chairman Sen. Arthur V. Watkins
Drenched Scouts Stumble
On New Setup
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Canal Zone employes who yesterday were rejoicing
over the passage of the vacation travel bill, today began
wondering how the details of the legislation will be work.
ed out here.
Although the bill still locks President Eisenhower's
signature, it is expected to become low in a matter of
Neither the Panam6 Canal Co. nor the Armed Ser+*
ices have received any official notification, and po fMr
they have no idea as to how the granting of vacations,
expense-free, every two years will be handled.
Many employes today were optimistic about their ex.
expected vacations. -
Said one: "1 don't care how they work it out, all I
know is I've had two trips to the States in 20 years of serv.
ice, because I couldn't afford more. But now I'm going,
just as soon as I can."
Oceangraphers have been at a - a- e .
loss to explain the phenomena. Another speculated on where boat. "Befor
Some think It result from Tra l the money will come from toesat. We real
markedly different temperatures pay for the vacations. to our homi
or salt of the water. Others One fellow commented. "They far tromw
theorize a layer of ocean crea- willjust have to come around to Lno a
Re r unc trior1n drt, utfsh before noon blamed their delay in riturnli' m o 6es Ih If f fey I
Rt Ulttuay after an alrm had been o schedule to the fact tha e t h m rd e vub ons on one tson unI tl
DBeakd that they werToe miniss %w -they hit Lasrucetrail nd, and double their nt or and offa
DBank ToI. r nt i their trek across Las Cruces they found one of the trail mark- e Pr. o the oth- word
oan T Mexico trail. era was located in the middle of -ae1,r
Lo n To Mexico Except for the fact that they a river. He recalled that last any W e Coaster w Ne A irmy ha
were hungry, exhausted and year, on a similar jaunt, that wondering whether they would Ay hd,
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP) badly in need of some dry same marker wps on dry land et their choice about return- ad
Informed officials predicted clothes, the youthful explorers lag via plane or commercial walmti it"
today that the International This he Aid "messed then VIA Planeorcommercial a it.
Bank for Reconstruction and up a little," but the sturdy lads Said theo
I Development will grant a loan were able to cross the river ewi have tobe
of about $60,000,000 to Mexico I Chir nand kept right on walking. mert can be
for the reconstruction of the affect Navyn
Pacific railroad. They were originally supposed IrsaffectSenator a def
Suggests Cangds, to arrive at the Panama end of Ish nator a
A bank spokesman said that the trail last night, but found ne n ea It will
final action on the loan is ex- u i aa themselves as darkness fell, in ack Frbnm Jal t
pected to be announced next U Et In P the middle of a jungle. Undaunt- k Fro Jan a
week. ed, the well-trained scouts spread
Benjamin Mendez, director of OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 20 (UP)- banana leaveson the ground POMEROY, Northern Ireland,Ie
Benjamin Mende, di ectoar Chairman W. Sterling Cole- of and bedded down for the night. Aug. 20 (UP) Sen. Liam Kel- I
here tomorailroad, is dcuss the darve the Joint Congressional Atomic ly's triumphal homecoming from y
tails of the loan. U_ united states and Canada should of food left among nine of battered heads and bloody noses I Ci
enter into a continental defense them, and this they saved for early today when his shillelagh- in Fall C
p. p act to meet the threat of atom- the next day. swinging supporters clashed
Legislative Expert attack.withpoe.
The New York Republican told This morning, Cox said, they wth poWASHING
From AG's Office a convention of the Air Force walked two miles until they hit a Eight policemen and 32 anti- President
From S Office Association here that an Ameri- well-used trail and came out on British rioters were injured in work for Rei
Due Here Monday can-Canadian pact would be the someone's farm. There they a 10-minute battle when some s dre the i
Due ere Monay continental defense equivalent ulped down bananas to fortify 500 "Kelly Men" tried to paradhecratio
of the North Atlantic Treaty Or- themselves, and continued walk- the Irish Repub l ican flag
Charles E. Eckert, legislative ganization. Each of the two na- Ing. When they were about two through this North Irish village Thelchie
attorney on the staff of the At- tions would assign military m as from Pedro Miguel as in defiance of regulations. this clear y
torney General, is scheduled to units to the continental defense they later found out they no- field, Ill.. whi
arrive Monday by plane for a organization. tied a helicopter hovering a- The 32-year-old Senator and the same pla
two-week visit to the Canal Zone. I -concede that such a pact round. It landed at the Paralso his white-haired father, Wil- T. Meek, the
would represent a bold departure Ball Park, qnd the pilot chatted liam J. Kelly, escaped injury. running aga
This will be Eckert's first visit In defense planning," Cole said. with the lads to make sure they The younger Kelly was releas- D
to the Isthmus since he joined 'Yet we must acknowledge the were no casualties. edyesterdayfrom Bel fast's S e n sc
the staff of the Attorney Gen- hew dimensions to sovereignty Tramping over to the Pedro C ed yesterday from B e h f a a t que plainly
eral. He will be accompanied by 1irought about by the threat of Migue police station, the nine Cruml n Road Jail, where he had hwer on som
Mrs. Eckert. nuclear warfare." boy scouts notified worredpar- month sentence or sedition 1im- he Presid
ents and scout leaders that cv-m o l|hosentence for sedition im- hMe Preside
erything was fine, and headed posed after he described Brit cordialin his
for the Balboa YMCA where dry ais Elizabeth in a campaign with Meek aQenf
clothes and a hearty meal was "A foreign Queenof A ceremonies a
promised them. bastard ,"ation fair. But i
I "'jjjjjj Remarked one of the almost- Kelly was running for Parlia- Pt1 the1De
missing lads: "We'll probably try ment in British-governed North- cas ng a dep
it again soon." ern Ireland when he made his hower did no
_'_ __-_ Iseditious speech. He was elect- by name. In
ed to the Irish Republican Sen-_ oblique appr
Sate while he was inJail. ence of over
-.",' -S -.. .u D asftriesforced aH ed tote Irsh Rub'ican eS- OS
To Appear In Movie Officers Probe marchon
S.... Against His Will Colision Of F-86 thing
HANOI, Aug.20 (UP) A for- ,uiaI IIn that never a
'.-, eign legionnaire returning to UpqFrjIU llFIg St s was president
Cigfreedom said today his Commu- vately or pul
nist Indochinese captors forced TUCSON, Ariz.. Aug. 20 (UP) and make aI
I Brg. Gen. Christian De Castries -Davis-Monthan Air Force Base location, unless
appear in an Anti-French officers'today investigated a col- wanted everyI
Propaganda movie against hls lision between two F-M Sabrejet (get) In enacs
will. fighters in which one pilot was to mAe Ame]
Chief Sgt. Jean Guinard said killed and the other parachuted and for our ec
"much against his will" the hero to safety.
of Dien ien Phu was forced to Beei
march at the head of a long line The planes collided and crash-IlBnefi
of prisoners while Red Chinese ed yesterday, one mile south of ^ T
cameramen filmed the scene. Coelidge-Florence Airport. Both pelns I
Qulnard said he was captured planes were from Davis-Mon-
at Outpost Beatrice two months than. Taught II
before Dien Blen Phu fell to the the benefits
Communists on May 7. The dead pilot was identified E1 Rabcho
"I walked nearly 450 miles 2nd Lt. Cleo C, Jansen (cq) The roletl
.. -... .. through the jungle," Quinard 23r son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuei hblaejack Ma
said. "One month ago I wouldn't 0. Juiaen of Parrytn, Tex. will be basie
(NBA Telephoto) have bet much on my life but Injured in tthe collison was 1st n and e...
RETURNS TO JAIL Dr. Samuel Sheppard (left) is led from happily the Viet Minh started Lt. lan ugpm Logan, 26, of eoemer
the Cleveland home of his father. Dr. Richard Sheppard. by Dep- feeding us." A and Tucon. Lgan T e
uty Sheriff Carl Roeback. The young doctor was returned to the Quinard said the prisoners was trtW far econd-dept ea e mrewl
county jail after a Grand Jury returned an indictment f first-. were not told about the signing jb~u after paradiuting to sa6fe9 umpalg ts
degree murder against him for the murdd of h1 'wife, Marilyn. 'of the truce until early August lrty. Alei
e, It hit us theh
ly had to-V tor t
where all erly a-
Navyt The measri
be taken under casn
fore any antil ouce
made on how it wI
inie Aiprogram ha
ed, the oAir e aa
avONy Aug. The (mPas)r
be taken under cowill
before an andidatnounce
iatlon this fall lu
to their loyalty
xadecue on how ade
yesterday n Spramg-
e he appear on
t torm with JewI
ie questions poa .
est was wam end
nation thi faln in
to their IAy
ft recommend Meek
stead, he used an
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find it "a iod
gain as warm
bit the lolf I ni
his speech -.I
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led Congr and
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over crowded ceners f populady Gag: Nick Manero hears that has ambitions too. He is said to be
,Betsy Von Whatahername is going friendly with a group that wants
-bombs and H-bombs can be to change her name to Gloria Von open the State for Nev -tye
A-bproduced, transpd H-bombs crted and e i- Whatahername. (Okay, go back gambling and you know who y
vered on a target by an airplane where yot came from) --
or a rocket. Or they can be m nv No Credit to Gallup: Our pri-
brought into harbors by surface Waa sleep in Errol Flynn's bed vte poll shows enough Senators
vessels, or fired m submar-ts can be introduced room? Here's yo chance. An secretly committed to pass a bill
ines; or parts can be introduced room? ".... yor .S c. his f. making it a felony to take a re-
into our country sure titiously reads: "Errol Flynn offers I ma against any whites testify a re
and then be assembled into bombs o^ completely furnished. o a Congressional comn-
in this country. or s ad l-roo. Cre- h We, it's about time. But
A single bomb can des t r Projectio and there room. Careo m .- '
square mines of a city and can taker. Pool, Tennis court. pny
kill or inure people by the tens ring with pony. 50o a month." Nahty, Naughty:Do't fight
of tbo ads. m (Why the pony, Errol?) cops or grahtyrDot Marfighte
Our own stock of bombs is ade- (Tee Body) MeDonald should
quate nd is constantly increas- industries so that catastrophic know better than to take out her
ing. The Russian stock is also in- results are avoided, if we are at- troubles on the Beverly Hills bulls
creasing, although it is probably tacked. who recently charged her with
less than U rs. I do not think we have to de- driving under the influsnce
The only sound defensive mea- stroy the kind of !ife we have in drugs after striking four ears, s
Isures are: order to survive. I think that if al. Her attorney asked for a con-
T i avd war if possible we take these problems in time- tinuance on the grounds she need-
hby maNu c it too serious a risk calmly, and without panic; realis-ed hospitalization and the police
for any eam3 capable of waging ticaly., and without fear-we can didn't oppose it; instead she flew
atomie war, establish a defense that will be in- to Honolulu and issued a blast
' To des his bomb carrying vulnerable to decisive attack, andI hearing that the gendarmes fra m
vehicles mi they reach our a power of reprisal that will make ed her and kicked her in the
|border, lattck virtually suicide for the stomach. (Meanwhile. her hul-
STo ir o p ple and our aggresso. *- band. Harry Kar. paid a fine for
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Labor ews It's Good to Know When to Toss (
By LT. GEN. LESLIE R. GROVES -
Wartime Head of Manhattan
S "The "atomic front" Is fluid-
not stationary. New developments
come faster and faster every year.
We must constantly appraise these
new factors and reappraise our
over-all attitude toward the world
problems atomic energy so great- .
iy affects. We must revise our mil-
itary outlook and techniques.
1. Th2 era of "total war," last
experienced in the Middle Ages,
Shas returned. Many well-establish-
ed military theories have become
obsolete now that there are weap-
ons available that can severely
damage a country's military ef-
fcctiveness witn a single blow. Ma-
jor wars will no longer be won
2. Total war will involve entire
populations, not just men in uni-
lorm. There will be no non-com-
I batants. "s
3. We possess weapons that can
knock out extensive industrial
areas, as well as vital military in.
stallations, at a single blow. So
does our enemy.
4. This involvement of civilian
populations imposes new responsi-
bilities upon people who may not l
wear umniforms. Factory workers N O & \
Sand their supporting: population '
will, in effect, be on the "fighting
We have heard a great deal
about the "massive retaliatory
power" that is to serve as a de-
terrent against the enemy striking
at us--in other words, a threat of
reprisal that will make the ene-
my's risk too great.
We havw not heard so much
about our record and equally imn. .. ...
portant means of defense! This is
the dispersal of our "home front",
so that one strike or a series of
strikes not only will fapl to knock
us out but will not even seriously
impair our mil.ary effectiveness. Y ster a
To me, each of these points Iested ay Ine I
seems to be of equal importance.
S if we can make our enemies un-
derstand that we have the ability B BOB RUARK
to destroy anyone who attacks us- By BOB R ARK
no matter how fearful the first o -
blows aimed against us may be-
we will have the basic deterrent to From the news of.the past few hoops to celebrate this new-found
wavr .i t n months I guess it is safe to venture love feast. And I hate to see the
In additionif by defensive meas- that the German victory in the last touring blond Aryans striding
ures we can make a knockout blow war is now clear-cut, as was the through other countries as if they
impossible, we will have protection Japanese, and that if we play our had just come back to see what
gaist unnecessarily large casual. cards right the Germans and Ja s they conquered.
ties in anyeatomic attack soon wil take us into the family And I hate to see the emanci-
How can w3 achieve, these of nations. pated Nips making passes at NewI
thins? v.This seems to be necessary if Guinea again, just as in the dear,
Our matching? r obecve should be to we are to be defended against Eng- old days, while the Australians re.
prevent war from occurring; and land, France, and Au tralia, and member what happened in Singa-
our next objective must be to win the other enemies that-lurk at our pore. Sure, sure, I know that we
Swe are attacked. doorstep, but I find it just a little got to stand together against the
The logical wayto -prevent wiar hard to be very gemutlich over the Red menace. But do we have tol
is to make our enemy realize that matter. I was brought'up wrong. be so all-fired lovey-dovey with the
it would be suicidal for- him to The strutting that has been going ltae bitter enemy?
start one. We can do this by con-. on by the backslid Nazis over the I am, afraid t.at if you peer into
vinein him thatwe will destroy last year or so is almost unbe- the hearts of the.average healthy
him- w4 hare attaoke.W noa attw libvable-~iless y4t've seen it. At male'o my; Seiroup, in Anierica
o.mu-lz-i5sf ,.,rt attack hoIl e in West Gerdoam England or AustraMa, you-s.i l
m ay be a* ad, the Deutschlaid lhe B. .o fresh sense of jyous 'Io e
If RusiA knows she cannot hope refrain is ringing again to the point hood.
to dominate Europe nd Asia-that where the toe of an old G.I. boot Only yesterday we were killing
sah would be desiaoyedif she tried is apt to itch. one another. When the peace came
-we could be free fiom the threat Okay, okay. I know bygones are we were forbidden to fraternizee"
of war bygones and the Germans make a With the conquered peoples. Per.
The H -iomb is no different, ex- strong bastion against the East, osnally, my sweetness-and-light'
cept in degree, from the A. and a strong Japan is necessary factory needs a few more yearsI
bomb! IT is bigger, and more de. to our health, and all the rest of it. before I can get to love 'em out
structive. The -bomb created the Probably makes a great deal of loud.
,new philosophy. of--war;. the H- sense.
bomb merelyexpanded te sense I consider the Germans a goose-
It Is this "expansion" that must BUT I wish we weren't quite so step nation, ever ready to follow
concern us, because it involves eager to fawn on the Krauts, which the new messiah, and head right
what we have come to know as is what we used to call them just back to supermanhood again. They
"total war" The A-bomb and the a few years back and which, to are overbearing conquerors and
H-bomb have brought war poten- a few million minds, they always sniveling supplicants. When they're
tially to the doorstep of everyone will remain. I hate to see Britain's up they're arrogant and when.tley
living today, royal family jumping through are down they whine.
Atomic weapons can be brought
within range of our coastline, orNEY RO N
exploded in our harbors, or even
be placed in key spots around the I
colntry.NEW YORK CONFI
S Ou- defense against this kind of
aaek is more icult than O TIM
against open assault. One of the By LEE MORTIM ER
i important things we can do is to
S disperse our industries and our --
S centers o population so there will It's Treason: Or is it? The Cadet It's Just a Little Club: Cafeman
a be n4 key points of vulnerability. Mess Detail at West Point (they Billy Reed is going to start a
'* Pew important military items serve the future officers) is seeth- "Dinner of the Month Club" but,
r are not to some degree produ.. ing under the surface. I am told how do you eat between time? ...
i* in large factories. Our goal s that members resent the fact that Meanwhile, he's acting as the lo-
s- be to make it impossible for a sin- though they are men of many cal escort service. It was Mira
a le enemy bomb to destroy mre skills in civilian life (including Slava, the Mex movie star, the
Stha n percent of the production several with college degrees) they day before she left for the Venice
of any one military Item. "ec"d ended u after bein drafted as Film Festival. Next week he's got
not do ts if we con ue d waiters or the MMILITARY Acade to play host to Dan Dailey, in for a
enormous p con...cetra t e n I my's elite corps of undergrads. quick look-see, and I wonder what
..continu. to concentrate them Some of the waiters are expert he expects to see? (Maybe Chrys.
Adthe w.er o w are t e..ak n it riflemen, medics, engineers and ler's 25G offer to TV in "Bur.-
And while we are talko g bttut others essentiall to the national lesque. ')
dispersion, let us not- forget that :f Thewate e ex ---r
we can lessen danger to millions defense. They say they've been
of Americansf we dsperis our th seco td depc r-e Land of the Not So Golden West:
population and our industries. ad tey When the California Attorney Gen-
By "dispersion" I do not mean IAt tensionon Pan-dit Nehru: The Ma- eral raided Pismo Beach recently
the creation of ghost cities. What I harajah of Baroda is, dividing his he found ac olony of call girls and
urge is that when more produc time (today that ts) between Ruth their "agents" who had moved on
capacity is ceded, instead of ex- iGills and Pat Dane, the Coast from Los Angeles and San Fran.
pending old plants and building o cuties cisco during local "heat" waves.
new ones in existing centers o No, Not That: Marilyn Monroe Their ledgers (sure they keep
pop ulationt these facities should makes her first public appearanc em) owed monthly earnings of
be removed to locations where in months on Aug. 28 at a West- $400 to $500 each, whereas they
they will be safer against atomic rt, Cosn. Democratic jamboree made from $900 to $1,500 in the
attack. This requires the coopera-ndi wonder how come she larger towns ... Battle royal for
tion of governarent-federal, stat herself get" sucked into politics control of California between Nix.
and locandand careful thinking onWhat she's got should be strictly o.n, Knowland and Warren further
the part of management and a wnat sesgo n ou e sn com plicated by the fact that Gov.
willingnes. on the part of the peo- a-Prsan. Gode Knight (the bridegroom)
American anti Communists" to
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., who re-
plied: "No secret police could op-
erate within the UN without its
being known to United States se-
curity authorities. If our security
authorities knew of such a thing
I'm sure they would tell me about
it." Mr. Wasmuth comments: "I
guess Mr. Lodge doesn't read the
papers much or he would know
that J. Edgar Hoover has given
testimony to the fact that a Soviet
spy ring is operating out of the
UN and we are helpless to do any-
thing about it because of diplo-
Exiled With Exiles: Josephine
Baker played a fast three-day en-
gagement at Rome's chic Beleve-
dere Delia Rosa and her advance
publicity was so nil the American
colony w:.s there without knowing
she was on. Was nice to see so
many silent hands and frowining
faces ... King Farouk and Bill Mc-
Carthy (he's Glen's rich, silent,
conservative and likeable brother)
cooking up an oil deal so Fatso can
invest in the U.S.A. Farouk's ro-
mance with Simon Dela Mar
(sounds like a hotel) is over. He
passed her by without even a royal
sneer, the corpulent cadf
No Lost Angels Cal,: Arleen
Whelan and Aorney Betle Ry-
an make an attractive couple ...
Fred Finklebotff Ella Logan's ex,
is dating Dorothy Ford ... .Jean
Pierre Auimont, who is due at War-
ners shortly, expects to pick up
with Shelley Winters whee he left
off in Paris. Well, he can drm,
can't be?...Todays Osar for
Faithfulness: It s to Jeffi
Chandler who so while ait-
(C-tfr-** As S
Strange GoC M alrdry
WApSINGTON. Strange things
happen in Congre, specially in
these closing day Tere are
strange debates, nge people,
On the Senate subway car,the
other day sat a Negro boy aged
about eight. He seemed very emaIl.
But his eyes were big, as tourists,
secretaries senators piled onto the
car. How he found himself down
in the basement of the Capitol of
the United States, riding b the
little car largely reserved for sena
ators, which connects theOapltor
wltht he Senate Office Buil, g, no
But he was there, wedged ih be.
side Senator hd Johnson of Colora.
do, a huge hulk of a man, with
hands like hams, and massive
shoulders developed from sho l-
ing coal as a fireman on the U
The little Negro boy had no id
who was wedged in beside him a
they had a pleasant ride together
from the Capitol where laws a
passed, through the basement to
the Sentate Office Bullding where
laws are written.
Asleep Over Communism
Yes strange things happen in
A sleepy House of Represents.
tives stenographer scribbled down
testimony. A Capitol Hill police.
man drowsed in a chair by the,
door. Congressman Louis Graham
of Pennsylvania presided. One lone
member of his congressional com-
mitte" Congresswoman Ruth
Thompson of Michigan, sat beside
They were listening to testimony
proposing to outlaw the Communist
Party, and nobody seemed to care.
Judge Michael A. Musmanno of
the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
was testifying-on a subject which
a few weeks later was to electrify
Washington. But on that sleepy
morning, only one spectator was
in the hearing-room---Blair Taylor,
former head of the Tolstoi Founda-
SIDE GLANCES By Calbroith
("iw's this for hivetment 10. in Cons
0--41,.000 i Ajax teel-and ten buko on
Pr a t r r.
Yes strangthigAs happen in
Congress--strange debates, strong
rows, strange ivaltes.
Charley Halleek, the majority
leader, was driving the boy to
vote for postal increases and postal
pay-as one package. And he was
"As we say back in Indfana,i
he warned, "this is it. You won't
t another chance to vote on this
But (~harley this time was wrong.
The House would not accept his
neat little ackage-at that time-
and the postal pay bill did some
up again. When it did come up
Charlie was out in Wisconsin, fish-
Leslie Arends of Illinois, the ma.
Jority whip who took over for
Sallek, .ried to whip the boys into
jIne with a speech prepared for
im by the administration. But it
tl on deaf ears. The mailmen and
ostllerks were long overdue for
raise, regardless of an Increase
iizthe price of stamps, and the
vole for a pay increase was over-
whelming. Only 29 backed up the
And the strange thingabout It
was that Speaker Joe Martin
smiled when the vote was taken,
sent leader from Indiana.
Yes strange thing( happen in
Congress-strange tings, paradox-
ical things,,huimous ing
Roy Cohdi the erstwhile McCar-
thy counsel, was strolling through
a Capitol corridor, a long black,
cigar in his mouth.
A youngster aged about thirteen
ran up, gazed at the imperturbable
face behind the cigar. Television
has done a lot of things; among
others it has stamped that face
on the minds 9f young America.
"Hello Mr. Cohn" laid a voice
filled with admiration.
The important person behind that
cigar was not sure whether to rec-
ognize such youthful attention. He
was accustomed to talking to sena-
tors, making witneaes quail. He
hesitated, finally pulled the .big
cigar from his mouth,
"Hello kid," he said sternly, put
the cigar back again.
The strange sights will soon be
over and Washington can go back
to its summertime occupation of
escaping the heat with mint juleps
in drowsy Georgetown gardens.,
Of 6oa Dispule
NEW DELHI, India, Aug. 20 -
(UP) India proposed to Por-
tugal today that representatives
of the two governments meet
Aug. 24 to discuss formation of a
neutral commissiop to investi-
gate the Ooa dispute.
The Indian note was delivered
at the Portuguese legation here
almost at the same time that
"Free Goan" forces were threat-
ening new marches on Portu-
guese territory In India.
India announced she has
named foreign secretary R. K.
Nehru and Raghavan Plllat as
Indian delegates to the proposed
Aug. 24 meeting.
Portugal originally called for
formation of a neutral commis-
sion which could send investi-
gatorsto the scene to ascertain
the facts of the Goan situation.
Goa, Diu and Damao are the
three principal Portuguese en-
enclaves on the west coast of the-
Indian groups calling them-
selves "Goan volunteers" and
favoring union of these territo-
ries .with India have staged
"passive resistance" marches
and small invasions at some
points in these areas.
Judge Musmanno was supporting
I know nothing of foreign diplo- the bill introduced by Congressman
macy, but that ain't strange, since Martin Dies of Texas. Sometimes
the record shows that the diplo- before, Senator Margaret Chase
mats don't know much about it, Smith of Maine had also introduced
either. But I can smell things, like A bill to outlaw the Conmunist
an animal smells, and what I have Party. But no one paid ady more
seen of the German abroad in the attention it than they did to Dies'
past year doesn't smell good. It bill, nor to that of Congressman
smells like 1933. Francis Walter of Pennsylvania.
Out in Australia this past winter "It takes only one man to blow
I could begin to smell some old up a bridge, only one auger to
Japanese odors, too-in that itchy- sink a ship, only one monkey
fingered reach toward New Guinea wrench to wreck a machine, only
again, the owl-eyed submissive hiss one bucket of sand to ruin a dy-
in council, and the Uriah Heep namo, only one Alger Hiss 'in
approach toward their own ends. striped pants to betray America
I remember that in my adult life into the -hands of her enemies,"
I have seen Italy double cross droned Judge Musmanno to the
Frahce, France double-cross itself, sleepy itenographer, the bored
the Germans turnon Russia,d Ru- cop- asdthe audi-h e Pi.one.
sia turn- on us, the Japs double- Ch.ain GrahamIoiplimene
cross us, Red China align itself him on his testimony.
against us, Korea kick us in the "I would like to ask you or the
pants, the British hamstring us on justice or someone- where I could
Red trade, Tito turn his coat, and get a copy of the Daily Worker,"
Germany and Italy and Japan niped up pleasant Congresswoman
surge up to prosperity while Eng- Thompson.
land got seedier and seedier. "I shall send you several copies,"
It has been an unstable set of offered Justice Musmanno.
chum-buddies, at best, and I am "Can you buy it on the news-
withholding my personal enthusi- stands?"
asm for any dancing in the streets "Yes," said the Judge. "They
with new soul mates. always have a synonym against
Perhaps I am a sour ball, and my name. They call me Michael
insufficiently equipped with sweet- Musmanno witch-hunter."
ness. But while a man may get Miss Thompson told a story
along with old enemies in a busi- about a girl who worked on her
ness deal, he doesn't have to haul staff, whose father subscribed to
them into the house for dinner. a Communist magazine, and she
"- had fired the girl. Congressmen
Graham told how he had arrested
l AlN ulA 5 I a switchalian before he could
L r IV Il/-L wreck a train in Beaver, Pa. There
D EN TIAL were other pleasant anecdotes.
Judge Musmanno was thanked
t again and departed.
The bored stenographer had long
since departed. So had the Capitol
cop. The meeting on outlawing the
attempting to strike a lensman Communist Party was over. no one
with his car the night of the big ever dreamed that itwould beon
pinch.) I might ada that Chief C. taken up as serious legislatioun.
Anderson has made the Bev- Nobody dreamed it wouldbe un.
early Hills force the best anywhere animously passed by the Soenatey
for its size and it's a shame his "^ Ed Hoover and Attorney
boys have to take this from the General r o w n b dr both were
movie colony. d t. Nobody dreamed it
movie colony. could have the White House and
I IJustice Department in conniption
The East River Boondoggle: Aits trying to find a compromise
patriotic reader named Robert ay o strange things happen in.
Wasmuth sent my piece about the But strange things appen in
UN's secret police "syvins on Congress.
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Anti-Communist sentiment ran
high as Victor Domingo Sllva,
noted Chilean author and poet de-
nounced the 8 o v iet journalist's
visit as nothing more than an in.
strument of propaganda for the
Soviet regime and termed his ar.
rival an insult to the Chilean peo-
The Chilean government to o k
prompt action. Santiago R a d i o
broadcast the following statement
by the Foreign Ministr: "During
the cabinet meeting...it was 'fur-
thermore resolved not to author-
ize in the 'future the issuance of
visas to citizens of countries with
which Chile has no diplomatic re-
lations (the Soviet Union) or to
persons charged with activities
detrimental to the democratic
Eherenburg's cool reception -al-
so extended to poets and writers
from Communist China and So-
viet satellite countries who arriv-
ed shortly before the Soviet pro-
pagandi-ost-otensibly to celebrate
the birthday of Pablo Neruda.
Santiago Radio, in announce in g
Ehrenburg's departure for Argen-
tina on August 11, said: "Several
leaders of Communist groups or-
ganized a demonstration. It was
prepared in the greatest secrecy
to prevent any anti-Communist
reaction similar to that which oc-
curred during (their) tribute to
the Czech delegates visiting San-
tiago for the 50th birthday of Pa.
blo Neruda . .
On August 14, Valparaiso radio
announced a mass anti-Commu-
nist meeting in Chile. The broad-
caot said: "The anti-Communist
movement of Chile announced
that during the mass meeting
scheduled for September 29 in the
Caupolican theater it will disclose
details on Soviet infiltration in the
country and make known a list
of prominent persons who' indi-
rectly maintain relations with.for.
eign Communist organizations and
disguise such treacherous conduct
by using cultural and scientific
Ehrenburg, who came to Chile
on a three-month tourist visa and
stayed only six days, will not be
permitted to return. At Buenos
Alres where he visited the Soviet
embassy, he told the press:
"Despite the fact that I held a
passport authorizing me to stay
Qhree months in Chile, I was treat-
od very badly there."
9 More Arkansas
As Drought Areas
WASHINGTON.Aug. 30 (UP)-
The Agriculture Department today
designated nine additional Arkan-
sas counties as drought disaster
areas, making farmers in the
area eligible for emergency feder-
al efed and hay ,subsidies.
Officials announced also that a
department representative h as
been sent to tour Georgia, South
Carolina and Alabama to make a
saruvey of drought conditions.
The representative, Harvey A.
Dahl, will gather information to
"supplement that already provid-
ed by the states" which have ask-
ed designation as drought disaster
Department officials earlier had
turned down the Georgia and Ala-
bama requests but said they would
be considered again if drought con-
ditions made it necessary.
Today's announcement brought
to 252 the number of counties in
seven states classified as disaster
areas beeoue of the withering mid-
ummer drought. Thee include:
Colorado, 23; Texas, 4d; Wyom-
ing, 13; New Mexico, 24; Oklaho-
ma, 37; Missoutri, 78; and Arkan-
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Angry Britons Deny Charge
Hurled By Communist Chinao
.- .. *
LONDON, Aug. 20 (UP) .-Brt- ry embargoed goods to China
ain v dueied today a decla- "from any source."
ratot nby Communist q4lna that The Chinese statement met with
BriUlh are bringing t strategic similar denials in West Germany,
goods and termed the Red clnim France and Belgium. A West Ger.
"a cleverly contrived piece of pro- man official caed it "a model
a ee clanda" was mad piece of Red Chinese propaganda
he Chinese claim was made by tactics."
a Communist trade offielaln The Peiping trade official also
Peiping to newsmen accompany claimed American businessmen
former British P rim e Miniter were joining in the lucrative China
Clement R. Attlee on his tour of trade, despite an official U. S.
Russia 'and Chila. -' embargo. He pjlnted out that new
The Red official Lu ShuChang, American autmobiles are ap-
said British ships w r helping hearing in te streets of Peiping.
bring steel and other metal, ma- In London, where officials do-
chinery and heavy equipment to nounced the Chinese claim as "a
Red China from France, Belgium lot of baloney," it was believed
and West Germany. the Communist move was aimed
An official of the British Min- at causing more bad blood be-
istry of Transport said that "in tween Britain and the Uni t e d
point of fact" no British ships car- States over the hot issue of phi-
AA I FThe British Ministry of Trans-,
30 -Year4ld lort said that new,' t r i n
,IVwVV"Je rlvIW controls were imposed on British
aa sa m s [merchant shipping in March 1953,
M o no lith Fo und _ _ __im_ _
In Arequa, Peru Number Of Autos
A( UP v, ofPeru, Aug.on -Imported By Peru
(UP) -- Discovery of a monolith-
ic statue believed to be about TO RA Limited
3,000 years old was announced to. Be Limited
day by an archeological expedi-. e. A. M ,
tion from the University of Cuzco. LIMA, PeruA ut 20 -(UP)n -
The monolith was said to have The government tday limited to
been found in the ruins of one of 4,996 the total number of motor
the pre-Incaic temple locate d vehicles which Peru may Import
near the town of Pucara, Puno this year. m
department. The action implemented a re-
t was believed to be a relief cent decree lifting a total- ban on
from the so-called Pucara culture, motor vehicle import .
estimated to have flourished some Two-thirds of the vehicles to be
1,000 years before Christ. Imported or 3336, w ll b ucks
Nearly 9 feet high, more than and 1,6l60WWlill aenger cars.
two feet wide and some 8 inches These figures were aried- .at
thick at the center, the statue re. on the asis of 5,005 trucks mport
presents a human figure, with ed in 15. The government decid-
hands crossed over the trunk, ed to cut this .year's truck fl -e
Because the eyes are bordered ports to two-thrds of that figure
by wings, a* symbol believed to and to allot the remainder to pas-
represent rain or weeping t hesenger cars.
figure !s believed to be that of The restrictions are intended to
some rain deity or of a profes- husband Peru's limited ooliar re-
slonal mourner. sources.
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GUA" of the Mamenic Line ar.
rived In Cristobal yesterday on
her way to Corinto, Nicaragua
on her maiden voyage between
Europe and Central America.
The 3500 ton sixteen knot cargo
vessel was built In Sweden for
the Mamenic Line and joins her
sister ships in the service be-
tween Central America and New
York. Via the Panama Canal.
The vessel is expected to be a
frequent visitor to the Canal.
The Company also operates aerv-
ives to the U. S. Gulf and
Europe. The ldcal agents are
Boyd Brothers, Inc. Advt.
N. Y. Confidential
(Continued from Page 2)
ing for Gloria De Haven to get her
Las Vegfs decree Aug. 25.
Here, There But Not Every-
where: Bill Buckley Jr. ("McCar-
thy and His Enemies") and his
pretty wife off to Europe. Wait till
the British papers shellack him...
Joe E. Lewis, the funnyman,
breaking all Las Vegas records at
El Rancho. His stay upped en ad-
ditional 12 weeks (and not bEcause
he's the casino's best customer,
which he Is.)... Virginia Parker,
beautiful young pianist commutes
every Monday from Washington's
swank Neptune Rqom to guzzle
steak at the Stork... Barcelona
dateline: Cugat returned home for
the first time since he left, in knee
pants. His concert in a bill-ring
F played to a house of 45,000 and on-
ly a few of the customers thought
they were coming for a bullfight,
that's how popular he was.. .Vic
Lasky ("Seeds of Treason") has a
pip expose upcoming in the Free-
man (the great magazine for lib.
ertarians) entitled: "The Hysteria
of the Hisslans."
The Second Oldest Profession:
Two bookmakers are (and have
been for years) working the main
lobby of the Alfred E. Smith State
Office Building in Albany, calling
in bets from their phone booth of.
fices. What's good ln the third?
No Moanin With Mona: Pretty
Mona Knox and Johnny Desmond
making history .. Lovely M o n a
Freeman ditto with Bob NeaL
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To Keep Coffee
* BOGOTA, Colombia. Aug. 20
S "(UP) Government officials
and leaders of the Colombian
'coffee industry expressed deter-
niination today to maintain
present coffee prices despite par-
tial devaluation of the Brazil-
Ian currency as an official move
' to stimulate exports.
.- Finance Minister Carlos Villa-1
veces said prices in Colombia's
coffee producing centers would
be maintained unchanged
Manuel Mcjia, president of the
National Coffee Growers Feder-'
ation, said that. if necessary, the'
federation would buy all coffee
stocks now in private hands.
Colombia already has sold vir-
tually its entire coffee crop. with
only some 500.000 sacks still un -
JACOIY ON SRItF
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
Villaveces said any move which z2.z. rPa .-v ra.n
might bring lower coffee? prices 3N.T. Pn 4 9 Pass
turbances would be "unpatrio-. PaU Pan
tic." Opening lead-A Q
El Tiempo, Colombia's leading O l Q.
newspaper, editorally. criticized
Brazil's currency devaluation. Probably mosV players would
saying lower coffee prices -would lose today's slam in a very simple
be equally, harmful .to all pro- and uncomplicated manner. The
during countries. "normal" line of play is to ruff
La JRepublica described Bra- the first spade, draw four rounds
zil's action as an "untimlev blow of trumps, and then confidently
to Inter-American solidarity" on lead out the ace of diamonds. When
the eve of the Inter-American the diamonds fail to break, South
economic conference slated to is. down two.
meet at Rio De Janeiro in No- When the hand was actually
member, played, the declare was good
e B o- enough to find a complicated way
T "t l to go down. South ruffed the open.
ing spale, led a trump to the jack,
New Books 9 and returned a low diamond to-
ward his hand.
"General Dean's story," as told This was a fine idea so far. If
to William L. Worden by the fa- East ruffed, South would play a
mous prisoner of war in the Ko- low diamond. He would then bp
rean conflict, heads the list of able to ruff a spade continuation,
new books placed in circulation draw the trumps, and run all of
during the past week by the ca- the diamonds without fear.
nal Zone Library. East saw the danger, and dis.
n'l carded a spade instead of ruffing.
4 .No other American gained the South won with the ace of qia-
J e and sympathy of the pub- monds and led, another trump to
ct like General William F. Dean dummy's king in order to lead a
who was captured in the early second diamond towards his
part of the war and survived a hand. East discarded a club and
long Imprisonment. His story South won with the king of dia-
has ben partly told in the news- monds.
papers and other periodicals and
the new book tells the full story Having gone this for with his
in the General's own words. plan, South naturally had to cbn.
The complete list of new books tnue. He led a club to dummy's
and their authors announced by king and led dummy'r last ua-
the library follows: mond. East again discarded and
Noh-fictlon:. Primer of draw- South won with the queen of dia-
in for adults-Simon; The end nonds. When South now led a iow
of noence Daniels; Chinese diamond and ruffed with dumm 's
Gordon; the story of a hero, ix, East rose to the occasion by
Henson, General Dean's story refusing to overruff.
Dean 'll cry tomorrow, Roth Declre was in the dummy and
and Crisis in the Middle East, Declarer was in the dummy and
Latham. couldn't get out. In order to return
to his own hand. south had to iM
Fiction: The bird's nest, Jack- a blek eard. is left lIm with
Soan A spilling for candles Mac- only one trump to East's two
kintoh; Star in the riggingtrump Therewas then no way
oark; Stranger come he me g ton make the slam.
hirer; Th t imnir come home, South was on the right track.
WildeTher; and of last loney but he made one slight slip. It
OfW deSicr; an The Wintaovr, was correct to lead a trump to!
of LZUL.1 dumnmy at the second trick In order
to return a diamond. It was not
_. I .BB correct to lead a second trump to
i- i I dummy.
Too Much cel broting has kept
many a mon from becomingcee-
' brated. .Ntne
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built the streetwo to test eMtteabty .f pumplag water by wbad.
power. 5s. Baga She, wife of the President of the epMbUe
t Korea iggested the experment, which appears to be seesiauL
After winning the first diamond
with the ace, South should lead a
club to dummy iL order to lead a erhili
a second diamond. East discards, a te
and SOuth wins with the king. hbli ire ts rues O o it bruises.
South leads another club to dummy
and leads a third diamond to his,' ell-woei steps and rup be uses.
IIapain would leaoe his home like n
If East still refuses to ruff, tluflt li. a the right eiul
South can now lead a small dia- A l ft the deht duel
mond, ruffing with dummy's king.
Dummy's low trump can be led
and South clears up the trumps,
making all 13 tricks. _
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BY EDGAR MARTIN
An Old Friend
BY LESLIE TURNED
BY MICHAEL MO'ALLE
OUT OUR WAY JBY J. WILLIAMS
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GENERAL HARRISONN WILL VISIT U.S' M5SIONS States Merchant Marine Academy
MAPMAKERS IN COBTA RICA, NIC I A AND S VADOR at KingsePoint.
lS 5C'-Cadet rahVestock ha& been visit-
Off Monday n an Air Pure amle fotr his first isit to lg his parents Cpina~a d Mrs.
Ca er lMe untle ll be Lt. Gem. WliU am L ni- JonK. Fahnesto bik for three
*oni r., Vq4 de-lf-Chlef. Ca(ribbean ComAndHi. Be will weeks.
visit Unlted Sates milltay mlsion and Inter-Aneican ---.
Geodelu Survey team In Costa a, Salvador and Gu- Eighteen FaUllies at
tei .n l Coveted Dihcsa Sfper
rurpoe of his trip will be t .bsope nequalated with The Fort Guliek N.C.O. Wives
persmnel and problems of ele.nea of his cos mand stationed Club gave a covered dish supper
in those en omana. .e ....a LAsat wait be accompanied by for members and their families at|
Lt. Comdr. 1). M. Miller and Cap1 B. R. Brinley. They expect the Fort Gulick N.C.O. Club on
to return next Thursday. Tuesday. Eighteen families were
HOSTS LAST EVENING at their ~ss Marsh Invited resen. ---
home a Vista delflar were Jlr. Friends To .e Local Mr. John L. Shake Arrives
aMua bUi. W. U. nbopn w o tame Film 'Doctor's Holiday' or Sister's Wedding
to. fanam& arena Monaeviaeo uaree Miss Elizabeth Marsh entertain- Mr. John L. Shnake arrived from
moatss ago (* tase charge os ute ed a group of rfiends at her home Mexicali, Mexico, rather unexpec-
rg al ioal "ifcai and Iaturmacen- in Margar ta Tuesday evening with tedly last evening, to attend the
ts l AuIormawuua Asce, a pro)J* t;a motion picture titled "Doctor's wedding of his sister, Miss Bar-
o0 a Aew xor& euucauueas iid#aa-:Holiday." bara Sbnake to Richard Law-
aon. bueswos at we Biuc et ierae Tne picture was filmed by Mr. rence Jeffers tomorrow at the Fort
repieseaiatave of we press Adm William M. Kosan and Miss Marsh Am'dor Chapel.
raumo ot ra ama. 'during a recent medical expedi. Miss Shnake has been honored
ition led by Dr. Jose Manuel Re- with various parties prior to her
The Panama office of the found- verte of Panama, traveling North coming marriage. On Wednheday
ation is t&e nucaens for boufii A- across the mountains from El Va- evening her parents gave a wed-
merica and works in three lan. lie to the Atlantic Coast. ding rehearsal dinner at their resi.
gusges --apamsa, Portuguese and Guests included Dr. Reverte, dence in Diablo Heights. Last eve.
bagaisu- to keep tae pub bc a- Dr. and Mrs. M. Rice, Dr. and ning Mrs. Mary Davies of Santa
breast of tue latest deve(bpments Mrs. Robert L. Koening, Dr. and Clara gave a kitchen shower in
in medicinee anis drugs.:. 4mong Mrs. Virgilio Peralta and Mr.
its local' kiwJecta is a radio pr- IKosan.
gianh "bcieuce Ou '11 Mlarca' -I AAA I l
scneouled every krnday'over ba- Dinner in Honor of I M N
ion at :45 p.m. Marques and MarquessSIM O NS
In honor of the Marques and
Born in Bonn, Geiany, Dr.'Marquesa de Castrilo, a dinner T H E B E S T
Sam.n received pat his educa- was given at El Rancho by Mr.
tion at the Universia y of Cologne, and Mrs. Jorge Boyd.
A nauralized American, he was| -
attached uuaig Wrtai WarH U Visitors Leaving -
the office of War IOformaton and Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Peter-!
the Petroleum Adflinstration fori son of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
War. Later, he reuted to Europe were to leave the Isthmus with
on a US government mission. At their children today aboard the ,
one time, ne was a correspondent SS Panama for New York on
for the Bavarlan' Radio of Munich their way home.
in West Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson have
Wh spent a month here, staying at
Associated with him in his work the Hotel El Panama and at Pa-
hero is Mrs. omiss, a citizen of namonte Inn in Boquete.
the Netherlands. Her son, Tony
Hulsdorf, who was formerly a Leaving Isthmus Today
photographer,+ with UNESCO i n Cadet John M. Fahnestock of the
Paris, makes his home with the Atlantic Side, left this morning a-
Somins andfassisted them in en- board the S.S. Panama to enter i
tertalning 1st evening's guests. ihis third year at the United
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her honor at the resideaeof Mrs.
Lawrence Alder of Campo Alegre.
Guests were: Mra. Edward W.
Selhnke, Mrs. C, .. Taht, Mrs.
Claremnce mcobson MrL. krnest
Curling, Mrs. 1. H. Corn, Mrs.
Walter Lindsay, Mrs. Gene Mias.
ner, lrs. Angus Matheney, Mrs.
Henry Lesy, Mrs. Lee Van Biclen
Llod, Mrs. Truman Hoenke, Mrs.
JacP Dombrowaky Mrs. Leon Deo.
reaux, MissMinn Hennen, Miss
annie Smith Mrs. Wiliam Pul-
2n, Mrs. William Black. Mrs. Ar-
thur Gribbon, Mrs. Sallie. Foote
Allen, Mrs. Lawrence Chambers,
Mrs. John Crafed, Mrs. Oliver
Cuip, Mrs. Ralph,, Curles, Mrs.
James Fox, Mrs. Harry Gardner,
Mrs. Edward, Kennerd. Mrs. Rus;
sell Meissner, Mrs. Charles Van
Steenberg, Mrs. Betty Price, Mrs.
W. H. Esslingerr Mrs. Robert Mil-
ler, Mrs. Matthew Shannon, Mrs.
Earl Dailey, Mrs. Gorge" MecKib-
bon, Mrs. Harry Wettilet, Mrs.
Donald Hutchinsom, Mrs: Horace
Jones, Mrs. TravIS Kijtclueier,
Mrs. Raymond Forbes, and Mrs.
A baby daughter, Lori Catherine,
was born to Dr. and Mrsm Myron
Szczukowski on Wednesday at
Miss Naomi Witin Honored
With Miscelleaseos Sbower
M ss Naomi Witkin was guest of
honor at /a miscellaneous' shower
given yesterday by Mrs. Schaye
Witsnitser at her residence in Bel-
Miss Witkin Is the daughter of
Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan Within, she
will be married to Mr. Noel Stein-
berg on Thursday.
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Chief Justice Claims World Costa Rican Plane Izvestia Charges
Chief Justice Cl aims.or.d
Flying Home With Secret Articles
Engaged In 'War Of Ideas' Cargo Of Rifles n EDC Treaty
ROCK ISLAND, III., Aug. 20 MOSCOW, Aug. 20 (UP)--Th
-- -- (UP) A Costa Rican Airlines'government newspaper Iuvestia
CHICAGO, Aug.t2 (UP) -Earl viewed with suspicion and dislike. plane was flying home today charged today that secret ar.
Warren, chief Jstice of the United ed by other members of the House with a cargo of rifles. ties forming the esene" of
States, said today the world is in of Commons .the European Defense Comun.
a "wa'r ofIdeas" i which thel He said it must be recognized The civil air lines transport ty treaty would permit cratiou
right "tO disagree and even to dis- Iby any lawyer in British politics left the _uad-City airport yea-. of an "Independent Weit Oer-
sent from the opinions of the that it is a handicap whose mag- terday, w a reported 70 ca"es man Army" although the treaty
majority" is essential. nitude It is difficult to over esti. of riles. Is supposedly aimed at prevent-
I Mr. Warren, speaking at t he mate." I Just that.
dedication of the. American B a r Fyfe said that despite these dif- The pilot of the plane told a
As.'s new two-million-d o 1I a r faculties, the lawyer has made a newsmanthat he wasranspolt- i eThe eretartcles also would
headquarters center near the U- vital ard valuable contribution to Ing the 70 cases, and that the r em o ve restrictions O t
university of Chicago campus, said British government shipment was the first of four stgth of West German lore
that "we are living in a world of -_- --" to be made to Costa Rica from' Izvestia usaid.
war of Ideas." EVEN A PIRATE HAS TO HAVE the United States.
"Everywhere there a con .PHILADELPA UP) The Another member of the plane's
test for the hearts and minds of PHILDELPHIAA--UP). Thecrew said that the arms were
people. Every poitcal concept intentions ofthe 36 men who found- sent to Costa Rica "beca use o
is under sctruny. Our Amer. ed Old Christ Church in Philadel- possible trouble with Nicaragua." ; OUT
lean system like ether is on tri. hia in 1702 when land was deeded A81 "
al both at home and abroad," or the historic edifice were hon- T
he said. orable.
"The way It works; the manner The deed provided the church CAT
in which it solves the problems of and premises "are to be perpet- ICARP
our day; the extent to which we ually appropriated and used for
maintain the spirit of our Consti- the public worship of God... and
tuition with its Bill Rights, will to no other purposes whatsoever."! l l
in the long runI db more to make Revolutionary War heroes wor.
it both seureOad.i object of shipped in Old Christ. It is world-
adulation. tshea I;number of hy- famous, carrying out the provi-
drogen bombs we ,stockpile." sions of the deed.
He said that If the war of ideas The 36 good men and true who Children's SWIM SUITS
"we must insist'upon man's right founded the congregation and ex-
to knowledge and the free use tolled the virtue of the church were from $1.50
thereof; the right to explore at from many crafts. Those listed in
will, to disagree and even to dis- the record provide interesting Cotton SHIRTS
sent from the opinions of the ma- reading. Of greatest interest are
jority. the names of Adam Birch and dressy tool
The chief justice poke in the George Thompson.
University of Chicagosa Rockefel- Their occupation-pirate. DR E S S ES
ler Memorial Chapel after a cere- from $7.95
monial procession of more than THESE
500 leading legal figure gathered Justo Arosemena Avenue
for the dedication'durig the AB and 34th Street
iA' 77th nationall convtiuon. WILL SPEAK
Included were. jucen of the No. 8 Tivoli Avenue
U.S. Supreme Court and state su- BRANCH
preme courts,. dans of 128 law FOR
schools and top officials of the Make
Mr. Warren called upon the le- meat flaor THEMSELVES
gal profession to strengen its S-I-N-G
leadership in the. pursuit' of jus- COME TO 0C1t oM1 & M
"We know that in some parts ofM I N
our country a citizen cannot have' M
his case tried without four years," and get yourself a very SCAT'tR RI0S $1
he said. "We know also that mil- useful, 25 ft. long, RUBR CS
linions of people are financially 5-year-guaranteed FOAM MltRCI ONW
unable to- obtain, adequate legal 5-year-guaranteed
advice or to protect their rights 3k.laTI e' Per I ft.
in the courts...PLA TIC aI
"We know that civil liberties Hi gh Styled
thing is chbied away from the GARDEN HOSE Washable
heMlatint l*ourinstittoles" Only $1.98 till RATTAN HEADQUARTERS
Sir David Maxwel Fyle, Brit- Wednesday.
Ish home secretary, traced the /B *P
history of the British Parliament It comes handy for ffin e /a w
and the role lawyers played in it washing your car, dog, Caner saMd a rMs Ss
as he spoke tonight at the annual ifferent-becaule it's and use around the Tl. 2-stn
dinner of the ABA. DOTBLE-CREAMED ardent As. t. ca., rt.9 1.- _
He said the historical fact has; DOUBLE-C AM Are o a T4S. at
been that all lawyers have been WVarles a lkUa i pearl wd m-- n .
I I-I. .I
at BARGAIN PRICES!
Regularly $ 42.50 and
Dacron and rayon blend
S 20 COLOR DIFFERENT'COMBINATIONS I
SHORT REGULAR *
T You Don't Need Cash
Additional Attractions ! !
ORLON and TROPICAL WORSTED formerly $42.50 NOW $35.00
TROPICAL WORSTED ........ formerly 37.50 NOW 32.50
RAYON (Ivory and White) ...... formerly 39.50 NOW 33.50
Any HASPEL SUIT in the store ........ $15.00
All Alterations FREE I
THE PURCHASE OF EACH SUIT ENTITLES YOU TO A $1.00
REDUCTION Of ANY SHIRT IN THE STORES
"HeberdaEshr And Tadors To Men Of Good Ta
Stb of May PiBn
No. 25 al 71 CeOrW A. Tlb C PamMi
APTIATKD MTO COMMERCAL A(
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Central Ave. 149
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lotters Plaza
Fourth of .uiy Ave.
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT
Household Automobiles Apartments Phll
FOR SALE: Philippine Rattan set, FOR SALE:-Used cars ct rock bot- ATTINTION Q. 1. Just built modern Po
4-strand, very good condition. Tel- tom prices. PANAMA AUTO, S.A., furnished apartments, one, two
S ephone 87-3222 after 4 p.m. Jose Francisco de la Ossa Avenue bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel- Grar
FOR SALE:-Mahogany desknd of- 45.ephone P
fice chair $15; portable electriclFOR SALE:--1950 Oldsmobile "76" FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurnish- 4.
-* Singer sewing machine $40; Chi- club coupe, excellent all-around ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments.
' nese rugs 2'x4'; old Quartermaster condition, radio. Phone 3-4050 C o n t a c t Alhambra Apartments, FOS
furniture, very cheqp; table silver, Panama. 10th Street. Phone 1386, Colon. Sc
garden tools, pipe vise, mechanic's FOR SALE-1948 Chevrolet conver- FOR RENT:-Apartmnt above Can- B
and marine engineer's books, steam tible. Excellent motor, white side- trail Theater building, Central Ave- AT
Sdnd diesel; electric tn i. wall tire's, Motorola radio. Phone nue No. 141. Inquire Central The-
House 620-B, Ancon Boulevard. 5-296. water, manager's office. Ba
near gas station. ____
FOr AL o f.niture i FOR SALE: Pontiac-Six Chieftain FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
ingroom set, inlid with mother of deluxe 4-door sedan with Hydra- aoportment, 51st Street No. 42. Un-
Singroom et inlid with moer mtic. Phone 2-3584. 0597-B, Bo- furnished. For further details call
pearl. Tel. 3-3745. -- yonu Street, Ancon. Zubieta: 3-1802, 3-3337.
FOR SA-cycle, excellent condition $80 FOR SALE:-1951 Henry J. $595; FOR RENT: New three-bedroom FOR
3 629-A, DeLesseps. Phene Cristobl ments. Price includes 1-year in- maid's room, hot water. Telephone p
6. 3-2847. suronce, full coverage. Tel. 2-3058. 3-2279. A
FOR SALE:-Light oak dresser, chift- ORSALE:-1954 Ford Crestline 4- FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment, FOR
S rfonser, mahogany v onit y, steel door sedan. Will take small car in livingroom, diningroom, kitchen. cl
mixdresser, table 42x42shing machine, electric trade. Ampro sound-silent projec- laundryroom, moaid's room wilh M
blind 9xr, 60, radio. Phine 2-3584. tnr, just factory overhauled, 16mm, bathroom, garage. Alberto Navarro c
blinds 39x60, radio. Phne 2-384. in excellent condition.. Phone Bal- Street No. 53. "El Cangrejo." be
0597-B, Bayano Street, Ancon. boa 2-3069, N
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. -
SFOR SALE:-Almost new 12-cu. ft.- R SALE:-1953 Mercury converti- Suitable for 2 couples. 63, Fourth FOR
2-door Kelvinator refrigerator. 6- ble, 6,300 miles, excellent condi- July Avenue. Hopkins. re
_._cycle. 2-3551. I tion, $2,475.all 2-3000 C-
E : -r- tR 45.ol2-300. -FOR RENT:-Mo d e r n apartment, -
FOR SALE:- Soli rohony f FOR SALE:-1952 Ford Fordor Cus- centrally located, two bedrooms. A s
ture, blond, modern, almost new. tomline, excellent condition. 13,000 Tel. 2-0480. A s
Calle Uruguay No. 2, Apt. 9. Phone miles. Price $1,095. 2531-D, Co- -. duct
3-3245. col FOR RENT:-Apartment: Living and Mar,
JR eSALE:- Aprtm _ent furniture, --- diningroom, two bedrooms, garage. Stati
cOR SALE: Apartment refritur NO W All screened. Colle Gerordo Ortega one,
andcomplete: Gas stove, rentapartment you can have that No. 3 and Via Espaia, one block Augi
and telepho, Wil renthly. Telephoen S E C O N D from Hotel El Panama. Information sold:
to buyr, $ car you really in same building. ing,
*2_ 187. need in the family. FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment, tions
SW A TEShow this to your
W ANTED H U S 8 A N D completely independent, garage. Ri-wo
SPrices guaranteed cordo Miro Street No. 52, Vista FOR
r: M2eellane tan Hermosa. Tel. 3-5229. Pit
M et allneous much less than Ba
local trade-in FOR RENT: Unfurnished or partly BS
SA R T N E R EQUIRED with about value. .You can't furnished, attractive modern 2-bed- P
$20,000 capitol for interesting and lose and Imagine room apartment. Residential sec- OFF
Profitable business established in the use you could tion. 44th Street No. 22, Apt. 4. Seale
anama Cit y. Complete details get from a ----b-- h
which will bear fullest Investigation reliable, trouble-free. FOR RENT: Modern apartments, be r
ot interview only. Write Box 172, d n furnished or unfurnished. 3-4911 ber
Atinte Zonly.second car.iene
Acon, Canol Zone, Here are some FOR RENT:-Apartment: Two bed- sion,
WANTED'-Used bog for golf clubs. outtandirig bargains: rooms, two services, Iwo bathrooms, 500
.. Herrera. Telephone 2-2027. 1947 BUICK ............$ 57 hot water, completely furnished or at th
Srrr 1950 BUICK (R) ......., 995 unfurnished. Ave. Cuba NO. 58. Groc
"A SCELLANEOUS 1949 CHEVROLET (R) .... 795 Tels.: 2-1227 3-3329. 13r
951: C HEVROLET (R) # 1195 FOR RENT: Completely furnished of ti
PR ISTIMATES Reconditioning and 1949 95 upstairs apartment in a two.family or f
SReupholstering Furniture. Advice i 195 RCRY . 195 house: Living-diningroom. kitchen, Man
Interior Decorating. Call EUREKA., t9 4 NASHI two bedrooms, independent maid's Hop
"REED INSURANCE? Hospital, Auto,
SMarine, Life available. Call Hotten,
'.XCURSION to Cartagena, Colombia,
August 27th, returning 29th. $35
round-trip. For reservations call
A COPA. 3-0097.
Boats & Motors
t OR SALE:---Outboard cabin cruiser,
18 feet, new model Johnson 25-hp.
outboard motor with outside stern
bracket large enough for 2 motors,
$895 complete or $650 boat alone.
See Qtrs. 0434, Ancon. Call Pan-
-FOR SALE: 40' racing schooner
"Kelpie," good condition. Can be
seen at Balboo Yacht Club. Call
SFOR SALE :-21-ft. boat with inboard
enalne. May be seen at Dioblo dock I
(boat No. 501). Phone 85-41,72,
S7 .m. to 4 p.m.; 828-3463 or1
S 82-335 ofter 4 p.m.
t LOST & FOUND
LOST:-Brown male dog, 30 pounds,
crooked front leg. Reword. Coall Al.
#OR RENT:-3-bedroom chalet, ga-
rage, mold's room. Suitable for of-
fice or store. 32nd Street and Jus-
S to Arosemena. Phone 3-4332 or;
NW 3-0790. -
J )RENT: Chalet: 4 bedrooms.
livihg-diningroom, maid's room and
service. Sea view, newly painted.
Coll 3-1275 or 3-3341.
t951 NASH Sto. Wagon (R) 995
1949 OLDS. 98 IRi # ..... 895
1949 OLDS. 76 (R #..... 895
1948 PONTIAC (R) ...... 59'5
Rood test any of
these cors yourself.
LOW. DOWN PAYMENT.
McMILLAN R EAGAN, INC.
C 0 L0 N.
FOR SALE: 1947 Nosh, excellent
condition, new tires. After 4 p.m.,
WANTED:-Position as mild by Eng-
lish-speaking Panamanian girl. Call
Fort Clayton 6139.
WANTED:-Good light sedan, 1947
to 1950. Must be very clean. From
private party only. Tel. Miss Nunn,
EXCELLENT POSITION available for.
experienced private secretary. Must
be skilled in shorthand and typing.
Knowledge of Spanish preferable
although Spanish dictation not es-
sential. Apply P.O. Box 555 or tele-
WANTED:- Bilingual female Pana-
monian secretary. Preferably having
shipping and bookkeeping experi-
ence. References required. Apply
Central American Transportation
Co., Hotel Washington, Colon, R .P
FOR RENT: Modern chalet: Two FOR RENT:-Room, furnished. Fourth
bedrooms, maid's room, properly of July Avenue: One bedroom with
screened and ventilated. La Carras- balcony, small diningroom & kitch-
quiloa, good view of Panama Golf enette, screened. Suitable for one;
lub, $90 monthly. Miguel Hive. or two persons, $65. Tel. 2.49121
Phone 3-4844. or 2-3584.
until sold out; a limited
Bel & Howell
& Sand 16 mm.
m 4 -..
Agencia InternaLd 4 Pablicciones FARMACIA E TADS UNIDOS
45 Cenirom Ave. 101 Cotnlt Ave.
FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN-DER-DUW
Parque Lefevie 7 Street so Street Na. 3
LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD EXCHANO.
160 Cenlral Ave. J. fo. de la s Ave. No. 41
Via UMpa N. 314
lips. Oceanide cottages, Santa
lJra. Box 435, Balboa. Phone
anama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
nlich Santo Clara Beach cottages.
ectric refrigeration, gas stoves.
oderaie rates. Phone 6-441 or
TER'S COTTAGES, one mile post
nito Clara. Low rot&es Phone
NEW GORGONA BEACH rent
bllett's furnished cottage. Phone
SALE:--Suits and Pants. BEST-
IT, superior quality at: very low
ric e s. "BESTFIT," Plaza Santa
na, Panama; I1 th Street, Cplon.
SALE:-Alewood *e1aeon, Sfe-
at Club Reserve Scetch, Royeel
mounted Coanadian Whiskey, Ran
motex asd Castle Club din. At any
it or bodesb. Your Deutlladera
SALE:-Mole Boxer, 4 months,
gistered AKC. Phone. 1271.-B,
LOT BID SALE
ale of merchandise will be con-
ed on the 26th of August, 1954.
., Corps Exchange, Rodmon Nov.
on. Bids will be accepted on any
or oil of 4 lots up to 25th of
ust, 1954. Merchandise to be
: Greeting cards, articles of cloth-
jewelry, figurines, Xmas decora-
i, mechanical toys (children's),
SALE: Upright Lenox Grand
ano, $75. 0902 Amodor Road,
ilboa. Telephone Balboa 3588.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
ERS METAL DRUMS FOR SALE
ed bids, for opening in public, will
received until 10:00 a.m. Septem-
10, 1954 in the office of the,
'ral Manager, Corniritsary Dlvi-
Mount Hope, Canal Zone for
only empty metal drums located
e Commissary Division Wholesale
cries, Mount Hope. Invitation No.
may be obtained from the office
ie Supply Director, Balboa Heights
ronm the office of the General
ager, Commissary Division, Mount
', telephone 3-2653.
room and bathroom, garage, tele- Why not have all modern sanitary
phone, hot w a t e r and complete conveniences in your country home or
bathroom. Independent entrance to week-end cottage? We have in stock
apartment. Situated at "El Congre- sets of colored sanitary ware at the
jo"-near Hotel El Panama. Phone following minimum prices:
2-4515. Water close complete with
FOR RENT:- Modern two-bedroom hardware and seat, from.. $37.00
apartment with maid's room. "Lin- Lavatory with hardware, from... 287.00
coin Apartments," 38th Street No. Bidet withY harODUware, fr COM. NY 28.NC
35. For further information call CLAY PRODUCTS COMPANY.O. Box INC.
Panama 2-1046 during office hours. telephone 3016047 P.O. Box 7P.75
FOR RENT:-Furnished or unfurnish- FOR SALE-Ice cream cabinet type
ed one- *bedroom apartment, within FOR SALE:-Ice cream cabinet type
small kitchen, bothroom.4porch. For freezer, 25,cycle, can be convert-
information see Fbrega, East 29th ed to 60-cycle good condition
Street No. 18, rear of "Mercado, $100 25-cycle motors, 2-hp. $ 50
Vosco", 10:00 to 12:00 noon oand 1; -p $30-hhp. $10; metal buffet hp
3:00 to 6:00 pm. $15- '/4-hp. $10; metal buffet
3:00 to 6:00 p.m.I $8. 761-B, Balboa, 2-3630.
FOR RENT: Furnished double or ANTE D TO BUY
single apartments, screened ond!
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US Army Enginees To Build
Portable Atomic wer Plant
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP)- will be dei~ted so that some of
The Army Engineers announced the steam produced by the atomic
last night it will build a small reactor can belused to heat- a iml
sized, portable atomic p o w e r tary base in the Arctic.
plant, designed so it can be bro- For the first-time 'In the build-
ken down into parts and airlifted Ing of a power reactor, the gov.
to remote bases in time of war. ernment will call for competitive
The transportable, or "p a c k- bids, rather thaid let the contract
age" plant, to be built jointly with on a negotiated, eost-plus basis.
the Atomic Energy Commission, Some 33 companls have been seo
will be constructed at Ft. Del- lected to bid. \ \
voir, Va., the Army Engineers The plant, made of parts trans-
Sschool 15 miles south of the cap- portable by air, n s expected to be
I ital. in operation in twp dr three years.
The 8-million-dollar experiment. Construction is shed ruled to start
al project will mark the first time this fall.
the military has undertaken devel- The plant will be o small that
opment of a stationary nuclear it can be housed I building 29
power plant. Previously, military feet wide, 42 feet h and 80 feet
atomic projects have been pointed long.
toward development of a t o m i c
weapons or propulsion machinery, MaJ. Gen. S, D. 8Sturgis Jr.,
such as in the heavy submarine chief of Army Enginlees, told a
Nautilus. press conference the 14nt should
The Army Engineers decided, mark "a tremendousl Inp6rtant
after two years of study, to build advance" in reducing ,he amount
the power plant for power and of fuel which must be trAnported
heat at remote bases, such as in to the military's far-flung bases.
the Arctic, eliminating the need Dr. Lawrence Ha directoji
to transport bulky conventional of the AEC's- Zeactot Odeoppmenm .
fuels. ' division', e phattsed-'ltf inee
The Army Engineers and t he the plant hat spe mifc ew de-
AEC said in a joint announcement signed for military use; ww pro-
the plant should have "far-reach- duce "high-cost elect rc lwr."
ing effects on modern warfare But Hafstad said tle' eject
fuel and heat requirements." should supply valuable epe eno
The initial "prototype" plant Is for reducing costs on atolc pow
designed to produce 1,700 kilo- er plants so they can becoCet ons
watts of electricity-enough for a petitive with conventional *'t y p
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MOVI -. TV RAIO WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP)-
The Army announced today that
o i troversial figure in the recent Ar-
- my-McCarthy feud hearings. will;
HOL-(NEA)- The ried, Ann garbled one of her lines be retired Aug. 31 for physical dis.
Laugh Pirade: You never can and it came out "my awful wed. ability.
tell w h6 t will happen when a ded tusboad." It denied the general's retire.
movie about the war between the ment was connected in any way
states plays below the Mason. Derek Ray, British comedy star, with the politically explosive con-
Dixon line. said it on a recent BBC broad. "ersy between Sen. Joseph R.
When a Memphis, Tenn., thea cast: irthy (R-Wis.) and the Ar.
ter booked "TI'e Siege at Red "I want to get a regular job- my.
River" the exhibitor marqueed it: like playing the organ at Rita Hay arthy accused the Army of
"SEE THE CONFEDERATE worth's weddings." L.,.g to block Lawton's promo-
OPFICER OUTWIT THE ---; tion because he cooperated- with
SYANKEE." MOST BITING yarn about the McCarthy's investigation at Ft.
---D extreme youth u: men in television Monmouth, N. J.
Macdonald Carey's wife received is told by friends of veteran star Lawton, commander of M1o n.
a present of a sweeping red velvet Ted Lewis. mouth since December 1951, has
',.be from the st4r, when he re- Ted, who once thrilled mom and been on convalescent leave for
turned 'rom a fUni-mnking stint pop when he lifted his battered several weeks. He will be retired
vit1 Maureen O'Hara in Spain. silver-lined top hat and sang with a 60 pr cent disability for
.particularly elated because Mae "When My Baby Smiles at Me," a "circulatory ailment," the Ar.
assured her no other woman in made his TV bow on a live variety my said.
thq country would be likely to show. Mjch to his surprise, he The Army recently transferred
have a cape exactly like it, Mrs. found himself working with strip- Brig. Gen. Ralph W. Zwicker,
Carey wore it over her gown when lings who had never seen him n commanding officer at Camp Kl.
-he went to dinner with her hus-action. mer, N.J., and also a controver-
band just before he left to star inu All went well until dress rehear- sial figure in the Army-McCarthy
"Tihe Anniversary W a 1 t z" on sal, when the youthful producer wrangle to a edqt Ci t m a-"-
Broadway. of the show registered horror as He will be stationed at Camp Sa-
"Beautiful," said the checkroom Ted took his place before the ma, J&apaa,,
girl. "I saw one just like it last cameras. The Army denied Z w I c k e r'sI
night." "Everything's wonderful, Mr. transfer was connected with h is
-on Gene Tierney?" choked Car- Lewis," the producer said on di.- role in the feud. McCarthy's l.
ey. "On Maureen O'Hara? On missing the company for dinner. leged abuse of Zwicker during a
Merle Oberon?" "Your music's fine, you singing's secret committee hearing prompt-
"Oh no," said the coat-and-hat great and I like your clothes. ed Army Seretary R o b e r t T.
cust n. "On John Carradine!" "But for Pete's sake will oStevens to reach a "showdown"
u--. g et that OLD BAT blocked bef re wwith the senator.
ANN SOTHERN has never rep- we go on the air. It looks awful!" 'th decisalon led to the televise.
resented herself as being Holly-. -- ed Sen teh tari gs.r
wood's most docile actress. One Barbara Stanwyck expected an s"ddu thehearings
day she called together the crew answer of "tradition" or "dedica. he had consideredshifting awto
and fellow actors in the "Private tion" when she asked a 19-year. to another post because the gen.
Secretary" telefilm series' after old Blackfoot brave on the "Cattle eral had criticized graduates of
tempers had snapped all over the Queen" set the "why" of his long certain colleges in anti-Commu.
state. braids speeches.
She suggested that a pact be "Dunno,"' he replied, "except McCarthy claimed the transfer
made and that any person caught they just keep growing. was called off because of his ob-
in a tantrum pay a penalty for -e tons.
his temperament by bringing a WILLIAM EYTHE tells of the ; afterr World War I Lawton was
bottle.ewhisky for the whole conm. time he was producing a revue assigned to the Ft Monmouth
pa'i hi- fUllowing day. A few peopled with young talent never )signal branch for five years. He
w ;s-later Ann's own cork before seen by the public.-Am erved later in the. I Zone
,P]e,-,and the next day she them was a shapely teen-age nd with the War p an
sh 61ed p with two bottles of fire- dancer who would do her special- Trining DIVislbl. I' June 194,
Wato r. ties during rehearsal, then rush off e was made chief public rela-
ey, the agreement is just one to the wings to continue- reading tions officer at*then Gen. Dwight
bottle for temperament," she was a book. D. Eisenhower's headquarters.
reminded by her leading man, Don Because the young miss was so
Porter. beautiful and clearly headed for offstage, peeked at the book's title.
"I knqw," said Ann. "But this stardom, Eythe and the show's Then he returned to his cronies.
bottle is -for my temperament yes- writers became intrigued with her "She is reading," gulped Eythe,
terday and this one's for the ex- literary pursuits. 'The Bobbsey Twins In the Adi-
plosis I. feel coming on today." For days they made bets on rondacks.'"
whether she was reading William rI
Kirk Douglas and his bride, Ann .Faullkn, Kathleen Winsor or Er- r Actor, arguing with his agent:
Buydens, are still laughing about nest Hemingway. Finally Eythe "I don't care what my salary
It. When she and Kirk were mar- decided to find out, followed her i, s long as 1t's exorbitant."
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UNITED NATIONS, NEW
YORK, Aug. 20 (USIS)-Despite
heavy competition Latia American
agricultural exports increased 20
per cent In 1953, according to the
annual report by the United Na-
tions Food and Agricultural Organ-
The gain in exports was attain-
ed with no appreciable increase in
total farm production, the report
showed. To correct the farm pro-
duction lag behind industrial ex-
pansion In recent years, many of
the governments are providing new
incentives. Nearly all the Ameri-
can republics are moving toward
World food production in 1953-
1954 was greater than the world's
- ',,lt.'"i growth
b,ows. During tne previous year
world food output caught up with
the rise in population for the first
time in the postwar period.
Problems of surpluses resulted
from the continued high production
in North America while output in
Latin America has held fairly stea-
dy. The surplus situation has had
only a limited effect in Latin A-
merica, mainly in cereals, the re-
The greatest production gains in
the last year were registered in
Western Europe and the Near
East but an acute agricultural
crisis in Eastern Europe has forc-
ed drastic revision of governmen-
tal policies. In the Soviet Union,
for example, there were fewer
sheep and cattle in 1953 than in
As food production continued a-
bead of population gains the. FAO
shifted its emphasis from expand-
Ing production to dealing with dil-
tribution results in shortages in
ome ara s uses a oth-
. For e "le 'e major wheat
exporters (United $tes, Argenti-
na, Canada and Australia) have
increased their stocks of wheat to
about two and a half times their
current annual export level.
The FAO reports the following
prospects for various basic agri-
cultural commodities wheat-some
increased in stocks in the coming
year; coarse grains- total sup-
plies ample and tending to in-
crease; rice-only temporary im-
provement In world trade unless
prices drop; sugar-wider produc-
tion will cut international trade;
livestock products- production is
rising; fisheries products- world
output fairly stable; fats and ofts-
ample supply; fresh fruit- produc-
tion rapidly expanding; coffee-
production elsewhere may offset
drop in Brazilian output* tea-
probable increase in production;
cocoa- output falling; cotton-
supply sufficient for demand; wool
- production at normal levels;
jute- recent cut in production ma
bring a price rise; rubber- ex-
cess in production expected almost
to disappear; forest predicts-
consumption rising, except for
sawn wood whose high price Is
encouraging use of substitutes.
To Cost Millions
QUITO, Aug. 20, (USIS) One
of the most elaborate moderni-
zation jobs ever attempted in
this capital city will get under-
way as soon as a government
planning commission prepares
For the next Inter-American
Conference to be held in Quito
The five-year program, esti-
mated/to cost over $26,000,000
will provide for construction ot
new hotel space, a power plant,
new streets and parks and com-
plete modernization of Ecuador's
Only recently Quito's airport
hash been improved to enable
four-engine aircraft to land. .
Hotel owners will be granted
loans from the Caja del Seguro
7 0:30 P. M.
SHOCKINGI'LORAL DESION-An electrical engineer in the
General Electric laboratories at Pittsfield, Mass., "grew" this
unusual "sunflower" while measuring electrical voltages. "Petals"
of the lower are electrical discharges around two terminals
charged with an electrical voltage.
Programs Sl For Local-Rale Towns
At 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug.
30, at Santa Cruz Clubhouse and
on Tuesday, Aug. 31, at 7:30 p.m.
r.t Rainbow City High School
Gymnasium, the complete joint
program sponsored by the In-
terational security Office and
Canal Zone Civil Defense Office
will be presented to the publicly
These meetings represent the 3rd
and 4th in the current series of
major programs for local-rate
Jefferson Joseph, President,
Rainbow CityCif councils, will
preside as master of ceremonies
at Rainbow City arid Richard T.
Burns,. Pres.,- Santa Cruz Civic
Council, at -Santa Cruz. Frank
Wilder, Security Education Of-
ficer of the Internal Security Of-
fice, will describe briefly local
security problems with maps,
charts, printed instructions and
other visual aids to supplement
his talk. W. 0. Dolan, Chief of
Civil Defense, will outline thc
need for organization of Civil
Defense in the C.Z. The new of-
ficial color film OPERATION
IVY, the story, of the H-Bomb,
will follow. .
The principal speaker, Rev.
Lemuel B. Shirley, Eplacopal
Archdeacon of Panama, 1 as
chosen for his subject "Commu-
ilism'and You." Rev. Srirley, who
recently completed a special
course of study on "The Chris-
tian Approach to Copmmunism"
in New York City, has partici-
pated .in two. other programs of
the current series. The second of
these was presented at the Pa-
for expansion and all imports
needed for remodeling will be
The caja also is working on a
plan to build a 500-bed hotel in
To move traffic efficiently In
the downtown area a complete
reorganization of that section is
now being drawn up.
Quito is expected jo finance at
least 50 per cent of total costs
out of earnings over a 20-year
period and a loan of $10,000.000
will be sought abroad, according
to a New York Journal of Com-
also Clubhouse to an audience
of over 300 persons., In each
townsite the cooperation .I
churches, schools, labor organi-
zations, the Civic Council, clubs
and other fraternal and civic or-
ganizations has contributed sig-
nificantly to the success. of the
programs. Preliminary meetings
have been held in each instance
with numerous community lead-
ers and Civil Defense Warden
Leaders who have assisted the
Civil Defense Chief and Security
Education Officer in coordinat-
ing community facilities and in
planning the program. The of-
ficers of the various townaite Ci-
vic Councils have been of special
C. A. News"
C. Z. Personnel
The Canal Agencies, 8. A., of
Panama, intend to insert period-
ically in "The Panama Amer-
ican," some news items about
various products which will be
of real interest to Canal Zone
personnel. It is felt that if C. Z.
customers knew what attractive
goods are now being offered by
he Canal Agencies at Canal
Zone prices, and if they knew
about the generous credit terms
available, they would become
regular readers of the "C. A.
News" items and regular cus-
Commencing next Friday the
27th August, the "C. A. News"
will appear every week (some-
times oftener), and it will con-
tain interesting Inform a t 1i o n
about many items which the C.
Z. personnel would like to buy.
Look out for "C. A. News"
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"THAT'S MY BOY!"-On steeds generations apart, father and son meet to provide this eye-catching picture. They are Chief
Thomas K. Yallup, of Toppenish, Wash., head of the Yakima Indian Tribal Council. He is visiting his son, Cpl. William Yaliup
of an Army armored unit. in training at the Yakimr (Wash.) Firing Center. Corporal Bill's "steed" is an M-48 tank.
airline cheqe, stown
a wallet be found le an jIme
at contained $11,0W and be-
loged to a- an- ereM
So excited wan the owner wmM
the mnoey was ntrAed that hbe
talawned to A i, kiend eM
feet of the first child he met
Oad rushed off. Fraacisco.ww
Eisenhower Blasts Democrats
In I nr Poif I fir-4
. of us are getting
r:.. vi of uiis crooked hence
S T economic politics," President Ei-
Soldier To Die on m ..
,uu oflciwais estimated 20,000
S rm n persons jammed toe race track at
F0r Killing Germuan Springfield where tWe speakers
piattoin was seL up, wnue tWe
AUGSBURG, Germany, Aug. 20 iotal crowd on tne fairgrounds
(UP)-A U.S. Army court-martial was estimated at U.5,00u.
sentenced Sgt. Robert McMahon! '.ine vresioent snoor hands
of Wilmington, N. C., to death to- warmly with Meek, whica drew
day for the robbery-murder of a applause from tne crowd.
69-year-old German taxi driver. Meek repeatedly has hung the
label of "prophet of deem" on
The sentence is subject to re-.
view all the way up to President Douglas but also has voiced dis-
Eisenhower. f it is approved, Mc- approval of a number of t he
Mahan will be returned to the U- President's policies in campaign
united States to be hanged. speeches.
SSpeaking from the same plat-
McMahan,' 30-year-old father ofe form at Springfield Wednesday,
two children, had pleaded innocent Democrat Adlai E. Stevenson ac-
to charges of fatally shooting driv- used the President of employing
er Karl Kaiser in woods outside "party expediency" in endorsing a
Munich last July 11. candidate who disagrees with him.
Reviewing recent events in for-
At the time, McMahan was ab. eign affairs, President Eisenhower
sent without leave from the 5th said "the international scene is
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WARNER BROS. PRODUCTIONS
COMING TO THE CENTRAL
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WITH THE SUCCESSFUL
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stll troubled, and although it Is
tno the kind- of problem that can
be solved in a day, there is steady
%"'~ery day the tree world moves
nearer the point where there can
be no aggreaion," he declared.
he chief executive ld stress on
domestic aomp ent, chief.
ly: the 4monataon farm pro
gram, which he said was design.
ed to avoid massive surpluses.
When he turned to the Demo-
crtts,"' e said that "every time
they turned around, We were in
the poor house."
"Bbt something has gone Wrong
with their calculations," he said,
"and it seems lately that they
would like to forget the whole
Mr. Eisenhower was driven from
the SpaingAeld airport to the
nearby tomb of Lincoln, where he
plated- a wreath at' the base and
stood a moment lh silence.
He was flanked by Govs. William
G. 1 -ratton of Illinois and George
Cr, .g of Indiana and a host of
state and local officials.
The party then went to Stratton'
executive mansion for lunch be-
fore going to the fairgrounds. Meek
joined the party at the lunch.
OW. n M' -ftkitm
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SPRINGFIELD, MIL, Aug. 20-.
(Ub')--President E-senhower, in j
political pilgrimage to crucial I1.
linois, yesterday blasted the
crookeda fence economic, politics"
of Democrats who predicted a
He condemned them as "pro.
phets of doom" and added that
Something has gone wrong with
Toe culef executive flew from
Washington to address a throng
gathered for "Republican Day" at
j tne State Fair. Tne GOP hopes to
elect Joseph T. Meek to the U.S.:
senate irom Illinois this fall.
Later in the day the President
flew to Evanston, Ill., to receive
an honorary degree from North-
western University and address the
World Council of Churches in as-
sembly on the university campus,
In his Evanston address he said
his world prayer proposal would
touch off a universal study of the
problems that "seem to impede
progress toward peace."
"There would be generated a
support for honest: and devoted
word leaders that would inspire
them to plumb new depths of
knowledge and understanding and
seek new patns toward concilia-
tion," he said.
After toe speech the Presi.
dent was given an honoragy doc.
tor of laws degree from North.
western, with university Pre.i-
dent J. Aoscoe Miber conferring
The impressive ceremonies be-
gan wita Methodist Bishop G.
Bromley Oxnam, Washington, D.
C., a president of the World Coun-
cil, delivering tne invocation.
The council's official welcome to
the President Was given by toe
most Rev. Geoffrey F. Fisher,
archbishop of Canterbury and spri-
tual leader of Great Britain.
Fisher said he found it hard to
confine himself to his task and not
"speax of the years in which you
led the armies of the Grand Alli-
ance between two countries to vic-
tory for freedom, and won the deep
admiration and affection of all the
people of Great Britain."
Tne archbishop said the World
Council appreciated the "honor"
paid by tue President in taking
time out to make the visit, and
President Eisenhower returned
to Washington after his busy day
in Illinois. His earlier speech at
Springlield was purely political.
In an obvious attack on the de-
pression forecasts of Meek's INo.
vember opponent, Uen. Paul H.
Douglas (U-Ul.), Mr. Eisennower
saiad.he was "sick and t4red of
listening to the prophets ot ooom."
The 'resident, told a story of
Abraham Lincoln about a man who
built such a crooked fence that
bogs attempting to get through it
became so confused they seemed
to be coming out of the same sieo
they went i.
lie said he thought the story was
appucame "because certain politi-
cians, regardless of the economic
facts, seem to be coming out the
i o, t e fence tae side
Is that Doggie in the Window I
By now you probably don't are. But...
DOES HOG DELIVER?
Over 100,000 English speaking residents in Panamd,
and the Canal Zone. And that's one whale-of-a lt'
of HOO calling
DOES HOG COST?
So much less than you'd expect, either total or cost
per-thousand. More buy conscious listeners with
dough in their pockets than any other station!...
You HOG salesman has a very attractive sales pro-
gram made just for you!
PMFar's aSTm ad ONLY Ml-tie
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Fo*st t eyes and tempt ie .p e wip h aO 1
delicious toed soled. And try these 4-- ais
for extra crispum and new Sear.
To yowr fever*e miotw of meled Preem, dd
aomberw so-seored and MvsdMW ftor 'er a md
cri pnml Be mure to serve wOi Kraft Meylmmi e .
give a spedat party ever.
ildude ny raw caudiewer beds fr w iMby
chOng. Otrdee"MWd e -teo et e i*** i S.b.
They makiee lte-od saed beerty and dop.
Or thed wo-ed o m ds W a yOWWdud
forh eon m onal ey poodam
Krieftk Meouee 4W pa uO GOVe.
movenoe * **e0 45L
Kraf n n g.
TT, P.**?*"' '% RIuCAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT. NEWSPAPER
ROYAL WEDDING? Twen-
ty-oght-yearold CoUln Ten-
nant Is the man Ltondon is dis-,
uas the possible ance of
s Margaret. London
newspaper sas the' P ma
aaouncee the r rm gemtr
IOo Tenpw Is th ei dt a
of LAMrd Glepoaer., '
STRINGING HIM ALONG-With puppeteer parents like Bill
and Cora Baird, little Peter Britton Baird will never want 'ot
playmates. The two-year-old is shown on the stage of the BSkird
.workshop in New York City, getting acquainted' with Cap
.... cor and JakoN wias = a nmiU mn fibmalau rhLat
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AMRtMiCAN w ma"rml"btie eDAte amSwwPk
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SSoia/ an Okd Oi Amrca
S . m Maua ave aVe
n Bell Vist, wererelate his wartime enes in (UP) American have
they will e at ome to eirChtnla when he a shot their way into quart
=. ricbada give. .acipatlio in the ino-Am erican Co t
Operative Or ation, a guerilla Golf Tournament. Five were eli.
operative Organin&an, a gaff Go lf o uinamenine wreueli
NCO Wives lab andnd underground warfare unit. He mid in the morning around.
aopbs Coantsatist previous mads the speeh bes
A ContO prepared for the fore the Pacific Side Oty Yanks stil no the
ri o Wciam- 1 db i* i wobl w r's WVrSe Club. teray afternoon ace
- bell of Huntington West Virginia
read 'a"ad MI ]reeWosti rery Aof ban Frandsco
Lerl y r moeth FeVAgPes VA rMeet of Harry Haverstick of Lvancaster
at t E .V.- P o1wilbld benIvmonsala and Charley oesl
NC i yonfMo Detroit. Campbell wonI
NCO OI.itday evening at 7:00 p morg match with Don Vare:
Critobal MCA National and Lcal items o f Canada, 4and. Ward advan
r .* st to all veterans employed by ed with a one-up win over KevI
SFor U.S. Govrnment in meCanal Riley of Canada.. averstick ell
SCZone an d Panam ~il be presnt. minated Billy oodle of Valdos
at the Cri eb d at et ta, Georgia on the 1th hole. oc
WCA at a Inv All veterans emloyed by the sisoted kon Willey of Canada
amct teo vland inaia a rea co Y ia
On lay the will be swim- 0U.S. goverent eteCal
i at p,. 'o r servi t ameend ste mee Pa Other American eliminated
and r pan. followed by a o yesterday morning in addition to
tea 4 to p.m. Cb Of B a Chr Goodloe ere Hobart Manley of
S *--f.l'eZ' '" o*,Tuesday Savannah, Georgia, Jim Funstor
C eY C l_ of e Balbon Iof tro; JohnKrat of Denver
7UnoChurch ill hold its re r and Jack Veghte of Glovervlle,
n y eg n New York.
Z-- will present p1 next Tuesday at 630 p.m. __
its sed radio play on the Ctrib. The me retg wil baure n ese
been For Nqt*rk wktoorro w at f mood. Mu d s ti aC
B "Th -Luen o-" whcbI "Attendance is by reervatio on. c i s ri
b& ona a.=p r of the famous IP o ,r. -
boo written, b Lou May Al rnO- Call Mr. Mc-
Cott "",Jttle Wonme" nor, Balboa 24 to plate rrva-
Tao catfllows, hir er a tiols. No resrivations accepted at.
neorde r o ta a r. -Y NITED -P1R
p"'n";i. r ANNI Al)tt Is t N 1. ..
.laed b yElk. E Alt man; radie ,. Club To a ld
Betz plays he rt of Meg and MouthlyScbaso
RosalinSv ,rtOf Jbo The inter.Alerican Women's TheEngsh tennis team 0of
f .' ClbDah; hold their regular month. Helen Fetcher and Anp Shilcock
S'- lucheon at the Army and Navy has reached the women's semi.
theeon et is uat Ft Amdor on We nals of the national doubles
the D b~ avidrowne lays at guests are wel championships. They beat Ethel
La T and lSe df a come, andthose who wish to play Norton and Margaret Vainer of
a e,-nS efIecs c ards after the luncheon are re. Texas, 7-5, 6-3, at Chestut Bill,
tOe ,.-b-rdrb iennyets oe hS L quested to bring their own cards. Massachusetts,
hat and bers of the taff at Club eadquartrs at Ba
C.P.N. Juor Guild invited boa or by calling Mrs. Els
ang torGu ia. urtema H at Panama 345 CLEVELAD- The teveland
tend net meen- at which I Indians are following the advice
time anuAier radio play will be *r I once given by the late John .
cast. Thes meeting wifbe next V, McGraw.
Wednesdlbyat 3::0 p.m. at SO DID l380hllNew York Gian! m
I" Baba tho#
Nay Officers Wive"I
To arn Admiral MiesI
To" At Coco Slo
Reip Admiral Milton E. Miles,
USN Commandant of the Fit- Unity Lodge
teenth Naval District, was to be Meets Tomorrow
guest speaker at the montbly meet-! Unity Lodge No. 1084, IDPOE
mng of the Coco Solo Navy Offle. W will hold a special session for
ers' Wives Club scheduled for this ntiation and conferring of de-
afternoon at the Coco Solo movie agrees at the Paraiso Lodge Hall
auditorium. Immediately following tomorrow at 7:20 p.m.
. ..I. ... ... ., ........ .. - . .
Dr. ALFREDO IR OWUIDO
Announces the transfer of his clinic to 33rd Street
No. 30 and Justo Arosemena Avenue.
SCHOOL OF DANCING
REOPENING SEPTEMBER 7th
Registration 9:00 a.m. to 5:0 p.
Augast 23rd 24th :
BALBOA LODGE HALL 804 Balboa Road
Residence phone 2-2836
MOw-AL Irw pCmswa mm
.3-I a* I' i biT f r T^-ai-r e Pn-, p.
iasu- i rouuune sum m wuu eUI-
sion clubs, break even with those
in the first division and you'll win
The Indians are just over the
.500 mark against New York.
Chicago and Detroit-24 wins and
23 losses. But Cleveland is two-
and-one-half games in front due to
the way it has handled the lower
clubs. The Indians won 10. doat;
only 10-a fantastic .857 average-
against Boston, Baltimore, Phila-
delphia and Washington.
RACE OF THE DAY
SARATOGA SPRINGS, New
York- Jocky Eddie Arearo gave
"Expletive" a front-running ride to
win the Hurricana Handicap a t
Expletive led by four leaghts in
the stretch and hit the wire two
and one-half lengths in front of
"Bicarb." "Dukf K" ran third.
fifth in the field of eight.
It's the second straight win for
Expletive and his fourth in 11
starts this year. Time for the
mile was one-37 and two-fifth see
onds over a fast track. Expletive
paid $12.40, $4.90 and $3.50.
,^ o ,.._Peruvian President ,"
I ,te/Ij 4fe J ( iu Swear' He Will
Leave Post In '56
BY Mi S. MURIEL LAWRENCE for losing, the splah pool. Defen. President Manuel Oda ldged
Set- er-.fl, she asa waited to his word today that when his man.
MOST of the children on Don's find Don in a- defensive position to date expire July 9I, 1s he will
street have rubber splash pools say "no" t his demand, hand over the power to whoever
in their back yards. D6n shas been chosen as his successor ina free *
teasing his mother for one of his She has treated him unjustly, popular elections.
own, and up to now she has said As he was never made.responsible
"Maybe-we'll see." For she and for earning the splash pool, he is Odria said "nothing could be'
Don's father are still strained by not responsible for losing it He I more absurd or more false" than
the heavy expenses nvolvd in was never informed that tar on rumors he attributed to his poll. 1
buying, furnishing and moving to the carpet would result in its de- tical enemies that he would seek |
their new ranch house, nial, So he had no way of protect- re-election.
; "3" It T n h I myself against lois 'slt the ---"--'--.... .
Yesterday she settled the splash sash pool by his se..hoes
pool question. She found that Don for 'tar before entering the house.o Millr 'rha UIeIaW
had tracked tar idto the house on SHAME of- financial limitation I 1l106 WMilV
his shoes. As she scrubbed angri- often develops teasing, demanding
ly at her new stair carpet, she children. If Don feels aology in A
cried: us when he pleads for bi splash us Il "00
ILl he natural concludes we "IH
*Don't ask me for that splash =hi we owe it to him. Rec-nt surveys I -d :
pool again! I had intended to buy ent surveys dicato
one for you this week. Now I Alicee feels defensiveness in housewives are using I aVA in
# A At_ woa' Annt fh our "No"- to a noew nlon erino.I anavwM i a .-n- I
SHELL OAME--n y* look*
real dase, you'll e that Carol
Singleton Is holding a Ise shell
to her ear as she lounges at
Miami Beach a. 'was
testing the old legend Ot hear-
Ing the ocean's roar in the shell,
and now she's a firm believer.
wont Alter WIlb yuve Udone to
my new, carpet, don't dare to ask
me for it again.....
DON'S mother was not telling
the truth. She had 'ot intended
to buy him a splash pool. She
can't afford one. But ashamed of
her financial limitations in a
community of splash pools, she
has been unable to say so.
Rather than confess to Don that
his parents are not as currently
prosperous as his friends' parents,
she has Bade him responsible
B ATNOR MADDOX jW lf5'gw
NA and MarketsM i ...OS
For our money, Rosamond Cha-
pin of New Boston, Mass., Is one
of the country's great cooks. She
spent h-r eea r years as an opera, t-P 4p
singer but now, with her lawyer IT4, r '
husband owns a two-hundred-year
old inn in the Berkshires. Her ar- -
stistc inheritance expresses Itseli
in fine food exquisitely served.
She is strictly a butter cook,; E ,'
lavish with it and is prejudiced
against any other fat. At her New
Boston Inn (at the junction of *
Routes 8 and 57) the cultured;
Mrs. Chapin is a crusader for bet- a n will l
ter food n American homes. "As thometimes person will let a
to broiled chicken, it's so i__. im ank-you note Wlit so lowng that
"l sh1 isst. "Just ass11s le mbrased to wrIte It at
ell I butter.- s" te lall. But a belated thank-you is
lot butter" far, tar better than none at all.
Two and one-half pounds is the v -,v. 'w t ,ffa thank-you
ideal size chicken. Split It in two. no.. ..W.... T-
Chop drumsticks off just below the note, WRITE IT "TODA. Better
meat and tuck the remaining leg ,a.e M.an neer, yoe know.
against the body. This makes the
chicken look more attractive.
Use a large shallow broiling pan.
Put butter in it. Lay the chicken,
skin side down in the pan. Place
large pieces of butter in the up.-
turned cavities. Place under clear
hot flame, about 2 Inches away.
Broil without turning until % done.
Then turn, rubbing more butter
on the upturned skin side. Salt
now, but nt so0onr. Reduce ae
a little so a1 not to burn the skin,
until pesectly done.
Turn chicken twice more, add-
ing more butter and finish broil-
There will be lots of wonderful
rippings in the pan, a mixture of
buter and chicken pieces. Place
pan over low flame on top of stove
and add Just a little water.
Cook briefly until reduced, and
all flavors ar blended. Then pour
over the hot 'rolled chicken. Serve
with potatoes hashed in cream,
lightly cooked square of summer1
squash and fresh green beans from
She makes an amazing chicken
liver pate and serves it chilled on
hot buttered toast points, It con-.
sists of mashed chicken livers, on-
ions, butter, sherry brandy and
seasonings, all blended.
y" -wena en d-
bw lw l.;..d
IN M FINAM RMNS&
I. iw 9nu9S sm UII^flflH^W
LEUAM- p@ MAU ?
-- E. u4inw U iijw)
our ip tu a now *4^iW- c -
line, she naturally concludes she
can change our mind.
Soon these youngsters' respect
for our judgments Is so subverted
that they undertake to make all
the judgments for us. They press
their own upon us until we turn on
them in anger and injustice like
It is very pleasant to be able to
provide splash pools, expensive
clothes and other advantages to
But it Is even better to give
them the advantage of clear-cut
decision. Otherwise they suffr loss
ef moral strength in chronic re-
sentment at the begrudging, hesi-
tating people they have to live
i Why feel upser, tired headachy
e of lst bout, cildindgestion
o temporary slugishness?Take
sparkling tSo id beim and you'l
promptly help neutralize excess
stomach add. b.f..' whr, tk
noo as a speedy, gentle laxative.
Cautioa: use only as directed. Buy at
drsggist today-see how good it Is!
RIFFETIWVE K 0BL ACTION I
lpeed from u i
an MW w erv a mriety..
Milk Is now being atilied
... m huay brd 'dlt okhu '&."
Is ime omret aof tho ddimu-
OdPatides he's bu mft Aj
Sincert beta uein KuS, V,
^woun't be without hit ^ "
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T= ]PANAMA &Emum' -nowa-- .. www
.Z. AAU Junior Olympic Swim
- I A /m L '-Of T D t ^* *
am oa omorro w
LThe Canal Zone A.A.U. Junior
S mempl Swimnng Finals will
eld at the OGamboa Pool Sat-
day August 21, at'9 a.m. This
leet wil bring together the
competitor who qualified in the
tlan tc and pacific side pre-
Swimmers who captured first,
eond, third or fourth places in
e trial meets will be eligible to
mpete in the championship
eet. The results of the finals
1U be sent to A.A.U. headquar-
rs in the United States where
ey will be compared with re-
I from all over the United
Individuals turning in the
test times in each event will
e rconlied as National Ju.ior
Champions by the
'*The Canal Zone meet is sanc-
,tloned by the Metropolitan Asso-
clation of the A.A.U. The pay-
inent of the sanction fee was
,made possible by the contrlbu-
,lons donated by: Balboa High
'School Student Association; Bql-
.boa Junior High School Student
'AssociAtion; Crist o b a a igi
:School Student Association; and
:the Gamboa Civic Council.
SReseults of Pacific Side A.A.U.
SJunior Olympic Swhnim Meet
10 yr. old
S 25 yd. Freestyle-Boys
S1. Thomas ZEbdon 15.9
2. Jerry Crawford 16.1
3. Bryant Felps 16.9
4. Bruce Francone 17.1
25 yd. Freestyle-Girls
1.. Dianne Hickman 17.1
2. Mulholland 1.5
3,-e y Phillps 18.2
4. Trry Dunn 18.3
S25 yd. Backstroke--Boys
1. Thomas Ebdon 20.5
2. Jerry Crawford 20.9
3. Tom Andorson 22.7
4. Eugene Lnorso R 23.2
S 5 yd. Backstroke-Girls
S1. Kathy Mulholland 22.5
2. Beverly Phillipp 24.6
S. Teresa Dun -- 25.1
4. Michele McCarthy 25.3
Syd. Breaststroke Girls
I .Yost 26.8
2. Cbilene Morency 27.7
i 3. Carole Brown -29.3 -
4 Beth Brown 35.2
' 15 ylA 'tterfly stroke-Boys
i 1. JWTy Crawford 19.9 tie
Thomas Ebdon 18.9 tie
I S yBttterfly stroke-Girls
1, l.J ly Mulholland 22.8
11-12 yr. old
S 66 yd. Freestyle-Boys
I LmJL A Scott 30:6
Y. B'= Thorp 31:6
_,4.harles McCarthy 34.1
Randy Waesche 42.3
ASK FOR IT B Y NAMB
nitfuwiui: C~wpmi- Cyn. S.L coin& PauMM.
shutout bUll tor f iur nfi
The Chiefs ked up a pis
ot run In te fth to t U eM 4-4
led but Ricfmncd _got Jrq:
back oaJlarmy Dr U
hbome run ofYtheywr to
dxth and the edn M I
John ThoinDum, Wn w i
the wafr i vthe ot 111
ag* Fl t w
:679, rinW bM 7wte
Pz.P norse lookey --at. COMMER ODD 0 s
t s1 Rtae "I', lmaspted 1 Mi1aParse: $3700 Po61 coses: 18:45
11-12 yr. old
50 yd. Freestyle-Girls
1. Judy Felps 34.4
2. Caroline Holmes 36.5
3. Jennifer Jenkins 36.7
4. Marian Howe 37.1
50 yd. Backstroke-Boys
1. John Fundakowskl 39.5
2. Charles McCarthy 45.3
3. Curtis Fitzgerald 64.3
50 yd. Backstroke-Girls
1. Joan Dougherty 45.2
2. Caroline Holmes 45.5
3. Jennifer Jenkins 45.6
4. Virginia Perra 47.0
50 yd. Breaststroke-Girls
1. Carolyn Holgerson 47.3
2. Kay Flowers 50.2
50 yd. Butterfly stroke--Boys
1. Bob Speir 51.6b
50 d. Butterfly stroke-Girls
1. y Flowers 48.6
2. Judy Felps 48.9
160 yd. Freestyle Relay-Boys
1. Fundakowski. Speir, Thorp,
2. Mulholland, Hearndern, Pa-
ret, McCartny 2:k0 O
160 yd. Freestyle Relay-Girls
1. Martin, Holwen, Morris,
160 yd. Medley Relay-Girls
1. Carolyn Holmes, Morency,
Felps, Barlett 2:5
13-14 yr. old
50 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. NiW Linfors 28.5
2. Sam Rowley 30.6
3. Bob Barnes 32.0
4. Joe Reynolds 32.1
13-14 yr. old
50. yd. Freestyle-Girls
Sue Lincoln 33.5
Jackie Dunn 35.A
3. Shirley Barlow 36.6
100 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. Nells Linfors 1:05
2. Sam Rowley 1:08
3. Steve Schroeder 1:14.9
100 Wd. Freestyle-Girls
1. Edith McNeil 1:314
1. Steve Schroeder 1:28.5
100 yd. Breaststroke-Boys
1. Bob Barnes 1:41.7
100 yd. Breaststroke-Girls
1. Margery Warnell 1:49.9
2. Shirley Barlow 1:51.5
3. Sue Taylor 2:30.2
100. yd. Butterfly stroke-Boys
1. Steve Schroeder 1:23
2. Robert Umberger 1:54.5
ERegA Bliss, KiosceO,
endgiz Top Choices
tomorrow's featat evep at the Juan Fraco
race track is cheduled to be the $550 feven-furiong
p t for Clasm "E" Imported thoroughbreds in
ich Kiocom, Reil BUse and Beadeuz wilB match
Mutuels favoritism Is exmectedl Young Prince. Bendeguz. st.
inee and the Stud Darien's
Regal Bliss, a reportMdly expen-
row he will have the advantage of
d in-and-outer, wil be rid
e by Jorge Chuna and isn't glyi
nm lnch chance.
Bedegux returned from a long
myoff to gallop -to an impressive
Fi*r two weeks ago but last
lau4dy he quit suddenly after
the lead tuing into the
homestretch. He wl again be rid.
oen by Alfredo Vasques.;
Rocky Puts H
200 yd. Freestyle-Boy
1. Joe Trower 2:54.7
2. Richard Mulholland 3:05
3. J. Snodgrass 3:08.5
160 yd. Medley Relay-Boys
1. Joe Reynolds, Rooert (Om-
berger, Richard Mulholland,
Bruce Holmes 2:15
200 yd. Freestyle Relay-Boys
I. Sam Rowley, Bob Barnes,
Joe Trower, Nils Linfors-
2. Fundakowski, Speir, Thorpe,
15-16 yr. old
50 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. John Magee 26.7
2. Steve Herring-27,5
3. ILarry Seal-32.1
50 yd. Freestyle-Girls
1. Ida Strauss 30.4
100 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. John Magee 1:1.7
2. Stephen Herring 1:12.1
3. Larry Saal 1:33.9
100 yd. Back Stroke-Girls
1. Marie Eberenz 1:27.7
100 yd. Breaststroke-Girls
1. Marie Eberenz 1:57.5
200 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. Bob Connors 2:05.a
200 yd. Freestyle-Girls
1. Judy Crosby 2:52.2
400 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. Bob Connor 4:30.5
2. Larry Saal 6:05
400 yd. Freestyle--4Grls
1. Judy Crosby 6:11
160 yd. Medley Relay-Girls
1. Crosby, Eberenz, Lincoln,
10 yr. old-Boys
11-12 yr. old-Girls
13-14 yr. old-Boys
*I. Joe Reynolds
2. Jack Mann
Results of A. A. U. Preliminaries
Gatun Swimming Pool
August U, 1954
10 yr. old
25 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. John Slaughter 17
2. Roger Hunt 19
3. Gregory Hakanson 19.9
4. John Blevina 20.8
25 yd. Freestyle Girls
1. Helen George 16.3
2. Pamela Theriot 17
3. Judy Hallet 18.8
4. Virginia Hirons 18.8
Argentine-bred was -econd -n--i-
localdebut them wound up a fast
eosa iomurth in his second start
=hr. bHe could be the wier.
losco will be ridden by l
an newcomer Victor A Ive r.
Trainer Julio Mercado has Elosco
In excellent shape aq4 thiBsipeedy
chestnut horse will be a dug con-
Other scheduled starters In the
feature are State Valley
Rivbr and Royal A=iga Of t
trio on wlyalitor is rted
a chance fo aeorem an upset,
Ten oher Interetin races are
included bb a program that should
produce some, smaghlng long-
tim To Work
25 yd. Backstroke-Boys
1. Tom Dugan 25.5
25 yd. Backstroke-Girls
1. Pamela Theriot 21.5
2. Helen George 2.9
3. Virginia Hirons 23.1
4. Judy Halelt 23.3
25 yd. Breaststroke-Girls
1. Judy Hallet 23.9
2. Pamela Theriot 24.9
3. Helen George 31.1
25 yd. Breaststroke-Boys
1. Tom Dugan 22
2. Pierre Leigwnadler 23.5
3. Philip Sanders 25.9
4. Gregory Hakanson 27.9
25 yd. Butterfly stroke-Boys
1. Tom Dugan 20.5
2. John Slaughter 21.4
11-12 yr. old
50 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. George Slaughter 35.1
2. Maxwell Sanders 37.5
3. Michael La Croix 40
4. Paul Leignadier 40.4
11-12 yr. old
50 yd. Freestyle-Girls
1. Judy Hakanson 35.5
50 yd. Backstroke-Boys
1. George Slaughter 44.4
50 yd. Backstroke-Girls
1. Judy Hakanson 43.3
2. Kathleen Cox -- 43.4
50 yd. Breaststroke-Boys
1. George Slaughter 54.9
2. Michael LaCroix 58.3
3. *PauI Leignader '59.4
4. Ralph Brevins -, 1:08.4
50. y. Breaststroke-Girls
i. Kathleen Cox -- 50.8
2. Eileen Cox 57
13-14 yr. old
50 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. Jeff Slaughter 31.1
2. Lamolne Werlein 32.6
3. Jullan Hall,- 34.5
50 'yd. Freestyle-Girls
1, Diane Hickey 33.7
I. Grace Argo 33.7
(tied for first)
3. Carolyn Sanders 33.8
100 yd. Free. yle-Boys
1. Jeff Slaughter 1:08
2. Lamolne Werlein 1:18
100 yd. Freestyle-Girls
1. Grace Argo 1:21
2. Diane Hickey 1:21.8
100 yd. Backstroke-Boys
1. Leroy Werlein 1:13.1
2. Julian Hall 2:06.2
100 yd. Breaststroke-Boys
1. Julian Hall 2:07.2
13-14 yrs. old
100 yd. Breaststroke-Girls
1. Carol Flennlken 2:02.2
200 yd. Freestyle-Girls
I1. Carol Flenntken 4:00.2
15-16 yr. old
50 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. Daniel George 26.3
2. Floyd McDermitt --32.2
100 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. Daniel Operge 26.3
2. Floyd McDermitt 32.2
100 yd. Freestyle-Boys
1. Daniel George 1:01.6
2. Floyd McDermitt 1:47.4
200 yd. Freestyle--Boys
1. Joseph Hannigan 2:50
100 yd. Breaststroke-Boys
1. Bryan Cox 1:43.1
2. Joseph Hannigan 1:46.3
3. Floyd McDermltt 1:47
Richmond In Only
IL Same Scheduled
The Syracus Chiefs solidified
their grip on fourth-place in the
International League today,
thanks to Ch~et smith's ue
The Chiefs moved one and
one-half games in front of the
Cuban Sugar Kings when Smith
clouted his fifth home run of thl
year in the llth nninglast
Night to break up a- tie with
Lovenguth, who has five ea-
le relieved Kent Peteraen 1I
the eighth Inning and iltched
Thme AIW&e Bieyde
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1-Regal Chum B. Agi. 115 -Post position helps 3-1
2-Turf Lodge H. Ruiz 106 -Could score in upset 4-1
3-P. Couhtes R. Ycaa ilOx-Dropped to class 8-1
4-Chlngri J. Bravo 118 -Hard to beat here 2-1 ,
5-Sinn Feiner A. Mena 115 -Returns In fair shape 15-1
6-Granero J. Phil. 110 -Not much recently 10-1
7-Salustio J. Gongo. 108 -Would payO t odds 20-1
8-(Coq Au Vin L. Giral. 118 -Los muddy track even
9-(Chispeante A. Vas. 118 -The horse to beat even
10th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $50.00 Pool closes: 5:40
1--State Barge A. Gonas. 101x-Poor recent races 25-1
2-Valley River A. Ycaza 106 -Rounding into shape 10-1
3-Kiosco V. Alvear 105 winning form again 3-2
4-R. Alligator H. Ruiz 106 ateoutside chance 5-1
5--(Bendeguz A. Vua. 112 --Quit suddenly in last 2-1
6--(Young Prince L. Gral. 113 -Dropped In class 2-1
7-Regal Bl ss) B. Agul. 115 --No. 1 contender 2-1
8-Welsh Fox) J. Chuna 108 -"In-and-outer" now 2-1
llth Race 'Non-Winners' 4% Fgs. Purse: $250.00 Pool closes: zxxz
1-Iquique II A. Gona. 112x-Not good enough 25-1
2-Tomastto L. Giral. 113 -Has strongest finish even
3-Julie B. Agul. 110 -Ran weuO in debut 2-1
4-Joe J. Phil. 106 --Jut another nag... 10-1
5-Dlque G. Hidal. 105 -Not good enough 50-1
6-Avispa J. Bravo 110 -Blazing early speed even
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1-V. Darling J. Phi 113 -Distance to liking 4-1
2-Gonzaga R. Gomes 106 -Could score at price 8-1
3-Atom .J. Bravo 110 -S-erlous effort here 4-1 r
4-Flambaro M. Guerre. 105 -Rates slim chance 10-1
5-A. Fulmar B. AguL 118 --Fprm Indicates event I
6-Viajero A. Ycana 105 -Seems "burnt out" 5-1 i
7-Double In J. Gongo. 108 -Dangerous contender 3-1
8-(Amat A. Vas. 115 -Should be cloem up 3-1
9-(Copadora F. Godoy 97x--arly speed only 3-1
2nd Race "I" Imported 8 Pgs.Parse: $875.00 Pool closes: 1:15 C
Second Rae of the Double 2I
1-D. Club A. Vidi. 10 -Jockey handicaps 3-1
2-Cormorant F. Hidal. 110 -Better this week 5-1
3-Bartolo V. Brown 105x-Nothing to recommend 304-1
4-Roscrea J. Phillips 105 -Nothing recently 20-1 a
5-Esqulador K. Flores 118 -Must Improve more 15-1 m
6-Prestiglo 0. San. 105 -Rates outside chance 10-1
7-Batatazo A. Gonsa. 109x-B-est recent races even r
8-Valley Breeze A. Mena 108 -Poor recent efforts 5-1 c
9-F. McAdam L. Giral. 110 -Has good workouts 2 h-1
10-P. Dawn A. Ycaza 105 -Improving steadily 5-1 I
3rd Race "F" Native 6% Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45 e
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1-Lady Moon M. Guerre. 118 -Dropped in class 10-1 v
2-Chepanita A. Vas. 113 -Better every day 3-1 I
3-Tampol L. OGiral. 112 -Gets stiff test even t
4-Yosipongo J. Bakes 110 -Not against these 25-1 I
5-Tap Lady F. Godoy 102x--Seems impossible 26-1 d
6-Don Goyo J. Bravo 115 -Will fight it out 2-1
7-Tuira Mena R. 10x-Not good enough 10-1
8-Enriqueta G. Pres. 112 -Much too slow 15-1
4th Race "H" Native 7 F e: $275.00 Pool eloses: 2:20
1-Cosa Linda F. Hidal. 103 -Distance suits style 4-1
2-Dofia Chila J. Bravo 116 -Running to top form 3-1
3-Plel Canela V. Alvear 105 -Jockey could help 4-1
4-Plola A. Gonza. 97x-Impressive last week 3-1
5-Villareal R. Ycaza 109x-Nothing to indicate 15-1
6-Camaron H. Reyes 118 -Returns from layoff 10-1
7--Sirena G. San. 118 -Dropped a class 2-1
8-Manolete K. Flores. 110 -Usually close up 2-1
9-Burlesquito A. Vas. 110 -Best early speed 8-1
5th Race "D" Native 6% Fgs.Pnrse: $300.00 Pool closes: 2:55
i-Redondita F. Rose 120 -Last was revealing. even
2.-Bagdad F. Hidal. 105 -Rates good chance .4-1
3-Oklland H. Ruiz 110 -Has speed to spare 5-1
4-Daniel G. San. 111 -Will be close up. 3-1
5--Sherry Time J. Bravo 118 -Returns in good shape even
6-White Fleet R. Ycaua llOx-Not against these. 8-1
7-(Don Jaime J. Gongo. 11; -Dangerous in mud 3-1
8--(Fllon M. Guerre. 100 -Not in best form 3-1
6th Race "H" Imported 6% Fgs. Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 3:35
First Race of the Double
1--Sanluqueflo V. Alvear 108 -Poor race last week 5-1
2-Courtly P. L. Girl. 113 -Has strongest finish 2-1
3-Delhla B. Agul. 112 -Tougher group here 3-1
4-Espagirico K. Flores 115 -Unknown quantity 10-1
5-(Numbers H. Reyes 110 -Returns from layoff 2-1
6-(Flrenze H. Ruiz 112 -Racing to top form 2-1
7-Pebetero) A. Gonza. 100x-Not quite ready yet 3-1
8-Greco) G. San. 110 -Could score again 3-1
7th Race "H" Imported 6% Fgs.Purse: $400.40 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1--Coronelino H. Reyes 110 -Has good early speed 5-1
2-Sismo J. Phil. 108 -Could score in upset 8-1
3-Choice Brand R. Ruiz 100 -LAght weight could help 10-1
4-Alabarda L. GOfal. 113 -Fastest at getaway 3-1
5-Nehuinco J. Bakes 104 -Nothing to recommend 50-1
6-L. 0 Trouble B. Agul. 110 -Ran well last time 2-1
7-True Blue G. Pres. 110 -Not good enough 8-1
8--Tlama J. Bravo 112 -Rates best on form 3-2
8th Race "F" Imported 6% Fpgs.Prse: $500.00 Pool closes: 4:40!
1-Quo Vadis F. Hidal. 110 -Longshot specialist 10-1
2-Valley Star J. Bravo 113 -Should score this time even
3-Merry Slipper J. Reyes 115 -Unknown newcomer 10-1
4-Grisu B. Agui. 110 -i-Chance despite distance 3-1
5-Discovery F. Godoy 107x-Not with this rider 15-1
6-Pin Pon J. Phil. 110 -Usually unpredictable 8-1
7-Verticordla J. Gongo. 112 -Rates good chance 3-1
8-Don Cuto L. Giral. 118 -Has strongest finish 3-1
9th Race "F" Imported 6% Fgs.Purse $500.00 Pool closes: 5:45
GROSSINGER, N.Y.-'(NEA) -'
A fellow by the .name of Robert
Beauregard Brumby insists that
he is the hardest worker in the
training camp set up for Rocky
Marciano's title defense against
Ezzard Charles, Sept. 15.
Brumnby's job is to ballyhoo the
Marciano training, with an eye onz
getg enough newspaper -space
to ing in a fll house at the
Yankee Stadium on fight night.
So, the day Rocky opened rain-
Ing, Brumby robbed hishands
together and sat down with Roe-
ky. He fired a few leading ques-
tions at the champ, hoping to
draw some words of anger from
Rocky-the kind of state ents
which the papers would use.
"Aren't you tmad at al Weaill,
your manager?" Brumby asked.
"And I guess you're a out of
shape an eed a lot of work or
you'll lose your title for sure."
-As Brumby fired away, Marci-
ano delicately attacked a steak.
"Not a thing wrong, anyplace,"
Rocky replied. "I'm ino fine shape
right now. I'm not mad at any-
body. Even my wind is great. I
just don't see what I can say ex.
cept that I'm feeling great all-
"WA, then," Brumnby replied,
"I guest that eye ofe yours Is the
bg worry. The one Charles cut
lat time- gus you're worried
it will open up again."
Marciano felt the skin above his
left eye and shook his head again.
"Doctor says you couldn't opep
this up again with a baseball bat.
"You know," Rocky continued,
"It looks as if you are going to
have to really go to work this
Brumby, wh has made a name
for himself in boxing circles as a
man who has gone through lfe
without ever working a day, was
left shaken ,
When he's asked;how many
rondsi Rocky worked on a parti-
cular day, the press sen a relies
with a .mort:'."Never min him..
I'm the guy who has to work up
here. Why don't you ask me what
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NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE r u th y a ern-
TeamL W L etL. Te~s W L Pet. B ed, they hope the Athletics stay
New York 73 44 .624 Cleveland 85 34 .14 rlht in Philadelphia and keep
Brooklyn 73 47 .606 2 Noew York 83 37 .92 3 right on lying the same brand
MWauee 67 49 79 5 Chicago 78 44 M93 8 o basebL.
so AS 60 18 Detroit 53 S .445 33 And the GiOlants should be just
nnnati 58 62 .483 18 Boston 50 7 .427 34 as anxious to keep the Phillies
St. Louis 56 62 .475 17 Washington 49 6 .419 35 around.
Chicago 46 73 .387 28 Philadelphia 39 79 .331 45 But It was a good question in
Pittsburgh 44 75 .370 30 Baltimore 39 81 .325 46% Philadelphia today whether cl-
-- ther the A's or Phls were worth
TODA'S tUAME8 TODAY'S GAMES saving and It was just as good
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N) Chicago at Detroi' (N) a question in Kansas City. Min-
Milwaukee at Chicago Cleveland.at Baltimore (N) neapolls or any other point in-
Phialdelphia at Brooklyn () INew York at Boston (N) terested in a bit league fran-
Pittsburgh at New York (N) Washington at Phila. (N). chise, whether they were worth
11T"RDAI RESULTS USTRUDAITS REULTS Take the A's. They're keeping
Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 7 2 (Finrt Game> the Yankees in business in this
New York 101 001 02x-5 11 1 Detroit 000 011 010-3 8 1 still tense American Leagude ac
Dickson (7-15), Miller and Cleveland 021 001 OOx-4 8 1|Last night the Yankees beat
Burgess. Gomez (11-8) and Katt. Garver (11-8) and House. el- them 8-5 for the 12th straight
-- ler (11-2), Narleski and Hegan.'time and the 14th In 18 games
'Brooklyn 025 000 000-7 110 this season. The victory, the
Pittsburgh 000 001 301-5 14 0 (Second Game0) Yankees' 10th straight, enabled
Newcombe (7-6), Roe, Hughes Detroit 000 310 301-8 14 0 the New Yorkers to cut Cleve-
and Campanella, Law (8-13), Cleveland 010 100 000-2 6 1 land's lead to 21/ games after the
Purkey, Pepper, Hetkl and At- Aber (5-7) and Wilson. Garcia Indians split a double header
well. (15-6), Mossi, Hooper and Nara- with Detroit, winning 4-3, then
---- gon. losing 8-2.
(First Game) Take the Phillies. If the 01-
Cincinnati 200 021 200-7 13 0 Chicago 200 000 020-4 9 1 ants stay on top and and win
Chicago 000 000 000-0 6 0 Baltimore 000 030 000-3 8 1 the flag they can thank Terry
Drews (4-3) and Seminick. Harshman (11-6), Consuegra, Moore's red quakers. Tester.
Davis 47-5), Jeffcoat, Zick and Martin, Dorish and Batts.Kret- day, the Giants topped them
Garaglola. low (3-9), Chakales, Blyzka and for the llth time in 13 games,
--- Moss. and shut them out for the
(Seconid Game) sixth time, 5-0, on Ruben Go-
Cincinnati 220 000 200-6 11 0 Boston 302 004 020-11 16 0 mez' seven-hitter. It wa.s the
Chicago 200 001 000-3 9 0 Washington 100 002 201- 6 12 3 eighth straight Phlly defeat In
Fqwler (10-7),and Bailey. Cole Parnell (2-3) and White. Stone the Polo Grounds.
(2-5), Hacker, Klippstein, Tre- (9-6), Pascual, Stewart, Shea That kept the Giants two
mel and McCullough. and Fits Gerald. ames ahead of the Dodgers who
--- ad to go all out to beat the PI-
(Ten Innings) (Night Game) rates again, 7-5, while madcap
St. Louis 010 000 000 1-2 10 0 New York 014 102 000-8 11 1 Milwaukee dropped to 5% games
Milwaukee 000 000 001 0-1 3 0 Philadelphia 000 000 050-5 9 2 behind by losing a 2-1 decision
Lopat (10-4), Sain and Berra. to St. Louis in 10 Innings. Cincin-
Jones (1-1) and Sarni. Burdet- Gray (1-7), Burtschy, Sima, Dix- nati moved to within less than a
te (12-11), Jolly and Crandall. on and Astroth. percentage point of the befud-
dled fourth place Phils by win-
f nin_ a pair from the Cubs, 7-0
"SOO ORl'ftlllI In other American'Lea ue
Bobo Olson To Defend th.% te ri
games, the White SoX handed
the Orioles their ninth straight i
Defeat, 4-3. to move within 8'4,
Title Tonight Against amesofthe top and Boston
made It three in a row to take
. over fifth place from Washing-
I ] --i--- Lefty Ed Lopat won his 10th 4
FastRocky Castella game for the Yankees although
Ft oc vJohnny Sain had to help him
out when Philadelphia made five
-- o -runs in the eighth. Mickey Man-
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 20 (UP) between champion Kid Gaviy tle drove in four runs with four i
-The middleweight title. fl will lan and Johby Saxton. Gavi. hits..
go on as schedule lIan ad Saxtona :meet Septem. Al Aber, who lost a 1-0 shut-
So Bobo Olson wi d- ber frst at Philadelphi out In-to6 innings to Chicago his
fTent Cateantrat r ..... previous time out, topped his old
VBa o ca1 a "_ -Rt ^Oih Gil Turner mates the Indians. ,s Detrrit 1
yes ar 6ftbon, it seenthedite bmW returned e welterweight gained a split. at Cleveland. Aber
i t be of. Olson's mana- ranks by outpo Al Andrews pitched a six-hitter to win the
ger-Mtid Faherty-Snid he -had -at Chicago. -f"
e rhy-said be had at Chicago. second game whle Bob Nieman u
called it olf because of disagree- The decision was a unanimous drove in four runs, three with a i
meat n the weigh-in time. but unpopular one. Andrews--weak homer. Bob Feller won his 11th 1
Th .C alutora Athletic Com- in the knees and fighting on In- game and the 260th of his Amer- i
misn-a stepped In with a com.- stinct-kept up a steady rain of lcan League career in the open-
promse. The Commssion fl- punches at the finish. Al had Turn- er in which Dave Pope andVic
nal set the weigh.-in for 10 a'- er's left eye almost closed. Wertz hit Cleveland homers.
clo .in the morning, Pacific The crowd of three-thousand at Wertz also got one in the second
Coat time. Originally, the Com- Chicago Stadium greeted the de- game as did Ray Boone of De.
misioa had cl ed for a son cision with boos. ut it was ap- troit.
weigh-in. parent as early as the seventh Nellie Fox drove In the win-
round that Turner was assured of ning run with his fourth
That's where the trouble start- victory. Gil-the favorite at 1-4 straight hit as the still hopeful
ed. Flaherty said the fight would -scored repeatedly with sharp White Box again topped Bal-
be off if Olson had to weigh in lefts and tights. timore on Jack Hpshman's
that late. Flaherty was holding out llth win. He struck out eight
for a nine a.m. weigh-in. Castel. A g The F irways give him a total of 100 for
lani's side was all for the noon A 10 g I e FairWOyS the year.
ceremony but agreed to compro- y_ The Giants included homers
mise on 10 a.m. by Davey Williams, Ray KattI
The argument could be over 01- PWGA LINE-UP and Bobby Hoffman in their 111
son's reported difficulties in mak- The Panama Women's Golf hits off the Phils as Murry Dick- -
ing the 160-pound weight limit. Association monthly tournament son went down to his 10th
Flaherty has refused to say what will be held on the Summit Hilla straight defeat. Gomez won his
the champion weighs since Olson course tomorrow. 11th game and fourth shutout.
has been in training. It's believed TEE OFF No. 1 Brooklyn had a 7-0 lead when
an early weigh-in would permit 8:30-Cleo Burns Jerry Lynch, Preston Ward and
Olson to "dry out" over. night, Alyce French Frank Thomas rocked Don New-
then regain his strength and Ann Little. come for homers and the pesky
some added pounds before fight 8:40-Louise Jones Pirates picked up two more runs
time. It starts at 7 p.m., coast Irene Robinson off relievers Preacher Roe and
time. Peggy Johnson. Jim Hughes. Earlier Gil Hodges
Promoter Herman Taylor of 8:50-Ethel Perantle hit his 32nd Dodger homer and
Philadelphia says there will be Beverly Dilfer Walt Moryn sparked a five run
a 100-mile television black-Out Mae Askew. inning with a bases-loaded trl-
for the welterweight title fight 9:00--Lynn Jones ple. i
Molly Vandergrift Wally Moon tripled In the 10th
.... Ruth Daniels. and scored on a sacrifice fly by
ack Iin Stride TEE OFF No. 6 Solly Hemus to give CardinalI
B ackin -- w-- 8:30-Joan Clair rookie Gordon Jones his first
------ B. Middleton big league win, an eight hitter
Murial Arnold. over the Milwaukee madcaps
i PHILLIES 8:40-Jane Onospielus who crushed a record local crowd
*ab r b o a Barbara Rhodes of 48,057 by losing after tying it
S Ashburn, ct 4 0 3 5 0 Betty Coleman in the ninth. There were 11,000
S Tor'^eson lb 4 0 1 8 1 8:50-Barbara Clark women and children in tree In'
S Burgess, c 4 0 1 1 0 Roslta Martinz the paid crwod of 37,255.
Hamner, 2b 4 0 0 3 2 Dorothy LaCroix. Karl Drews with a six-hit
S Ennia rf 3 0 0 4 0 9:00-Pat Waring shutout and his first complete
S Sche- if 4 0 0 1 0 Margaret Dalton game of the year and rookie Art
l Morliza, a 1 0 1 2 3 Prances Twomey. Fowler who hurjed a nine-hitter
Jonn 3b 3 0 1 0 11 Last month we had a rainy combined to give Cincy its twoi
Dickson, n 2 0 0 0 2 Thursday and beautiful golfing wins at Chicago. Ted Kluszew-
S a-Wfrostek 1 0 0 0 0 weather on Baturday. We believe ski hit his 36th homer In the
MI iler, 0 0 0 0 1 that is an omen for this month nightcap.
b HBter i1 0 0 0 1 so tomorrow wml be fine and all ---
/ o-Bak- --------- l ready for a good day of golf YESTERDAY'S STAR- Nel-
/ Tl 3 7 24 11 at Summit Hills. lie Fox of the White Sex who
1 s. GIANTS drove in the winning run with
wmlams, 2b 1 2 3hicory tralhmor .In a 4-3
aRhodes I 1 0 0 2 0 |1h|||) arn-Hele combo, an the Arm-I
Thompson, 3r b 0 0 3 l d~ H d Foces doubles titlists, Lt.
Hotman, Ib 1 1 olIWah fh2Hh* Col. Ernest Ewbank and Flana-
l Katt, a 4 1 2 2, Wgan, will pl Robert GrahamI
Gomes, p and Harry Wrlli.
3 5 11n ,7 14 An exhibition tennis meeting The Sunday schedule: Hayes
Totals .. 5 between the top players in the vs. Hearn; Flanagan vs. Hele;
a-Pied out for Dickson n Armed Forces and civilan per- M-8gt. Crlaanto Castaneda vs.
b-Orounded out for Miller in th sonnel from the Canal Zone is Graham; Ewbank vs Willis; Cap-
slated for Sunday nporning at tain Paul Cromwell vs. Angel oel
_- .. ., .8:30 on the ort Amador courts. Valle; QM-1 Bill Rhodes vs. Geo.
PhbUadalpb W Six singles and three doubles Maduro. The doubles: Dreyer
New Tetk iSn1i n matches are on the day's sched- and Hayes vs. Hearn and Hele;
rrors -Dar MX, NMrgan. ule. Feature match of the day Flanagan and Ewbank vs. Gra-I
BI W--W am 2.am. 'will pit Major Lee Hayes, Fort ham and Willis; Cromwell and!
Wat. Two be Mueller. Mor- Gulek, who recently won theCaptain Fred Klopper vs. Myron
N. TGom, -May 2. 2Panama Area Armed Forces sin- Fisher and Bill Hefflefinger.
Williams. Katt, Holman. gles title, and Webb Hearn, rec-
I ea DoublO-plSaysa 6jzed As one of the top net!
"_=_pen-rTh ton ormerms on the Isthmus. Sports Shortie;
/ on Pba .-- leslhli lts9,om Another top attraction wiil The even money favorite- "King
BasesLon balls Dickson match t.t James Flanagan fi Commander'-won the Beverwyc
l e* 2, MW ller 1. 80- ril oro al against highly-regarded Steeplechase Handicap on the Sa-
1, Gmes 1. Hits off Dick- Bll Hele. ratoga program. "Mighty Mo"
7 n 6 Miller 4 2 Rans Top doubles action is promised ran second and "Imbursed" third.
1 d ru-- snV I -u OM to Major Arthur Dreyer of King Commander paid $4, $3.20
GLrim, Moon twar In Iront
In 'Rookie-Of-Year' Races
BY STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK, Aug. 30 -The
rookie races are all but settled in
both leagues with a pair of long
shots far out in front.
Pitcher Bob Grim of the Yan-
kees and outfielder Wally Moon
of the Cardinals, who weren't
even slated for the big leagues
when spring training open d,
probably could start slumping
right now and still win the
Moon ordered to report to a
minor league group, wandered
nto tihe ardaal camp by mis-
take and w a job.
Grim figured he'd wind up at
Kansas City after a hitch in the
Marines but instead turned out,
as Casey Stengel freely admits,
to be "a star pitcher we didn't
even know we had."
Moon has been a sensation
from the moment he broke into'
the majors with a home run in
his first time at bat.
He was to replace Enos Slaugh-
ter-and take some of the sting
away from the deal that sent
Slaughter to the Yankees. And|
Antonelli Credits 'Change-Up'
For Improvement This Season
NEW YORK, Aug. 20 -(UP)-
Southpaw Johnny Antonelli says
a "change-up" has made the
change in his pitching this sea-
The New York Giant ace-he
has 18 wins and three losses-says
last year his change up wasn't
slow enough. "This year," says
Antonelli, "I'm t h r o w ing the
change up about a yard or so
slower than my fast stuff."
Antonelli adds-"And I'm
throwing my fast curve so that if
it doesn't break where I want it
to, it .von't break where the bat-
ter wants it, either."
Johnny was asked about his 12
and 12 record last year with Mil-
waukee. Antonelli says that was
because he missed three weeks
due to an attack of pneumonia
and two more weeks with a bad
finger. Antonelli also says h is
1954 record is better because the
Giants get him a lot of runs.
The six-foot, two-inch southpaw
was reminded runs seldom help
if a pitcher doesn't have his
"stuff." Johnny grin s-"Well,
maybe I have improved some."
Manager Eddie Stanky of the
St. Louis Cardinals tried to dope
the pennant race before meeting
the Braves yesterday afternoon in
Stanky disagrees with experts
who say the Braves are due for
a slump after winning 20 of their
last 24 games. The manager of the
sixth-place Cardinals says a long
streak helps. As Stanky puts it-
"The ball looks as big as a bas-
ketball when it comes up to the
Stanky also disagrees with the
theory that the Braves are "in.
ipired" and may lose their edge.
Eddie says there isn't such thing
is an "inspired" major leaguer.
'They're all thoroughbreds and
Deadline To Enter
The Brazos Brook Country
Club members are reminded
that Sunday 6 p.m. is the dead-
line for the entering of teams
in the 13th annual Mido-Mul-
tifort watch tournament.
Entries are comprised of
teams with a combined handi-
cap of not less than 12. The
procedure of play will be along
the lines of a Brookline tour-
nament which calls for both
members of the team to drive
from every tee and then they
select the best drive and hole
out, each playing alternate
This tournament Is sponsor-
ed by Casullo's of Colon, local
agent MIdo-Multifort watch.
need no inspiration," says Stan-
When it comes to picking a win-
ner, Stanky just says-"It will be
decided in the last three or four
Charley Grimm, the Milwaukee
skipper, says it is impossible to
single out any one player and say
he is responsible for the current
surge. Grimm says-"Every darn
one of them helped-they're all
hustling." Then Charlie a d d s-
"But that guy behind the' plate,
Del Crandall, is doing one heck
of a job."
Shortstop Johnny Logan a n d
outfielder Bobby Thomson agree.
Logan says-"That guy Crandall
keeps us on our toes." Thomson
adds-"Crandall hollers a lot and
keeps the pitchers pepped up."
A former convict named John
Marlowe has been arrested on
charges of stealing jewelry val.
ued at nine-thousand-dollars from
owner Powell Crosley of Cincin-
nati. Marlowe claims he won the
jewelry while gambling with
Crosley six weeks ago.
Southpaw Bob Wiesler of Kan-
sas City has gone to Toronto of
the International League. Wiesler
played with the New York Yan-
kees earlier in the season, win-
ning three and losing two.
US Amateur Golfers
By UNITED PRESS
Loud moaning about the rainy
weather is being heard at Grosse
Pointe, Michigan, where the Na-
tional Amateur golf tourney starts
The 1953 runner-up says the
tournament will be a "back bus-
ter" unless the sun breaks through
and dries out the country club
course. Dale Morey who finished
second to Gene Littler, made that
observation after shooting a four-
over-par 74 at the 6,875 yeard
Bruce McCormick of San Ga-
briel, California, complains-"I f
this course gets any longer they're
going to lose me. Tell the folks
back home I broke a leg."
Billy Joe Patton of Morganton,
North Carolina, was scheduled to
arrive today. Patton, low amateur
in both the Masters and U.S.
Open this year, toured the course
in a 77 last week.
Defending champion Littler now
is playing as a pro, but five form-
er champions are due to arrive
this week-end. They are Sam Ur-
zetta, Charley Coe Chick Evans,
Ted Bishop and Willie Turnesa.
...OPEN) 01 the,
GR AN RO
f 9ft ROSV
At 5 P.M.
UNDEft NEW MANAGEMENT
he s still going strong with a'
Grim stepped Into the Yan.
kNee schemema c h as Whitey
Ford dM In 19R, starting ad
relieving against the weaker
clubs until he got the hang of.
Now he owns a 16-4 record
and the Bombers, with their old-
sters not quite so reliable a n y
more, would have been in a sad
way without him.
Ford, however, came up w it h
considerable more fanfare t h a n
did Grim. Bob just came out of
the Marines shortly before train-
ing opened and since his best
previous class was Binghamton
in the Yankee chain he figured
to go no higher than Kansas City.
Then Stengel saw him and
liked what he saw.
The Cards picked up anot h e r
first year star in pitcher Brooks
Lawrence, a workhorse w ho
came up late June 24 and al-
ready has a 11-5 record.
Among other National League
candidates trailing Moon are
Gene Conley and Bank Aaron
of the Braves, Don Hoak
of the Dodgers and the (.n-
cage second base pair of Ernie
Banks aid Gene Baker.
Conley's record was 12 vie-'
tories and five defeats up toI
Wednesday while Aaron, hitting
cleanup for the rampag Ing
Braves, is turning in a capable
job for a young man on such a
In the American League,
Grim's rivals come from a group
including Bill Tuttle of the Ti-
gers. Jim Finigan and Spook
Jacobs of the Athletics and pitch-
er Dean Stone of the Senators.
Tuttle has cooled off some-
what as a hitter, dropping g
from the high .300's to .28.
But that's no disgrace and he's
still considered a major find.
Jim Finigan, one of the lesser
lights in the A's-Yankee d e a I
last winter, developed into a .298
hitter 4nd game-winner at third
Jacobs has faded some as a
hitter and Stone's record is 9-5
after a bad streak that set in
after he won seven of his first
Looks as if none of them can
catch Grim or Moon.
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP)
-A defense official said today
the Chinese Reds are demanding
a seat in the United Nations as
their price for the release of 15
U.S. Air Force flyers being held
as "political prisoners." ,
The official disclosed that neg-
otiations have been conducted
through "third parties" during
the past year for the release of
the airmen and other Americans
being held by the Reds. He said
the Communist position, in ef-
lect, has been: "admit us to the
United Nations and we will re-
lease your men."
President Elsenhower and Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dull-
es repeatedly have voiced this
country's opposition to seating
the Reds in the world organiza-
tion. The United States has re-
fused diplomatic recognition to
the Peiping regime.
An Indication that the Com-
S munists are using the captured
American flyers as h u m a n
pawns in International diploma-
cy came in the defense depart-
ment's formal charge yesterday.
It said'thc Communists are hold-
5 the 15 Americans as "politl-
calprisoners" in violation of the
Korean truce and International
Mali Topics Aired
'The regular monthly "shirt-
Ssleeve meeting" of representa-
tives of Local Rate Civic Coun-
cils with Gov. J. S. Selbold yes-
Sterday afternoon was devote.!
Sprl narily to a general discussion
Of qualifications and eligibility
for Canal Zone quarters and
During the discussion of hous-
I Lg, a plan whereby residents of
I Santa Cruz would be given pni-
; ority for available quarters at
SParatso was suggested and plac-
od under study,
SRepresentatives of the La
S Boca Civic Council were request-
ed to give consideration to the
plan and to submit comments at
an early date.
During the conference the
aqGegnor announced that bus
asevce between Ancon and La
Boos via the Civil Affairs build-
ing. is operating at a consider-
able loss and that more frequent
.~fiIc than has been offered is
'. bible. A bus schedule will
eikdents of Paralso are being
asked, through their Civic
?Ounol", to cooperate In keeping
their town clean by replacing
~ash and garbage in the con-
A m miners which have been placed
all areas. A full-time street
eaner has been assigned to
Paralso and with the coopera-
tion of the residents, the town
Harry E. Brown, regional ad-
distrator for the Federal Civil
Defense Administration,, Region
3, will arrive here Monday morn-
Ing*for a two-day visit to the
Canal Zone. f his visit
The purpose of his visit is to
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1954
Face-S having Formula Sought
At Deadlocked EDC Talks
BRUSSELS, Aug. 20' -(UP)- an escape from a final decision that the French ratify the present
Government chiefs and foreign which not only might destroy the treaty along with the M e n d e s
ministers of the six European defense community project b u t France amendments and then let
Defense Community nations held precipitate a dangerous crisis in the parliaments of the other na-
a crucial meeting t o d a y and Western Europe. tions accept or reject the chang-
sought a way to avoid a break The ministers, too wanted to es proposed by the French Pre-
between France and her Western avoid forcing the United States to mier.
Allies over the deadlocked Euro- make an "agonizing reappraisal" West German Chancellor Kon-
penn Army dispute, of its foreign policy in Western rad Adenauer favored the Spaak
The session opening at 10 a.m. Europe which apparently was un- plan, even though it would delay
was the third of the showdown willing to defend itself against the granting of sovereignty to
conference which began here yes- Communism with an integrated West Germany and postpone the
terday in an atmosphere of gloom army. rearming of 500,000 West Ger-
and pessimism created by The delegates' main concern mans.
Frence's desire to water down the now appeared to be ending the Spaak proposed that b e f o r e
Army treaty, conference quickly without public leaving Brussels, the five minis-
Following two long sessions yes- admission of defeat. ters issue a declaration that once
terday, representatives of West Consequently, a f a e-saving France ratified the treaty, includ-
Germany, Belgium, The Nether- declaration, coupled wi t h an ing the proposed amendments, the
lands, Italy and Luxembourg a- agreement to turn the deadlock others would agree to submit the
abandoned hope of breaking their over to "experts" seemed to be changes to their own parliaments.
deadlock with France's Premier the only way out. However, they would not guar-
Pierre Mendes-France. Belgian Foreign Minister Paul antee their parliaments would ap-
Instead they sought once more Henri Spaak last night suggested prove them and they would not e-
SWHICH IS MY MOMMY?-Two little daughters of Identical twin sisters had an awkward mamuti
,trying to decide which was-and which wasn't-theh mother *hen the two were reunited in Man-
'batten, Kan. It had been four years since the t wins ad seen one another. Similar mannerIms,
Looks and voices were bad enough, but when the mothers put on matching dresses, the little girls
almost gave up. Left to right are Helen Jessup, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and, Mr. D.I
Jessup. Manhattan; Beth Laurion, five-year-old daughter of Col. and Mrs. L. E. Laurlwo, Carlisle
Barracks, Pa.; Mrs. Jessup and Mrs. Lauron. -
Alcide De Gasperi In Death
Wins Praise Even Of Foes
ven undertake to try to get them
The conference was expected to
continue throughout to d a y and
possibly tomorrow, with accept-
ance of one of the two ways eat
Then Mendes-F r a n ee, Ade-
nauer, Italian Freign Minitger
Attilio Piceloni, Netherlands For-
eign Minister J. W. Beyen and
Luxembourg Premier Joseph
Bech would return to their capi-
tals with the knowledge that even
if the defense community seemed
farther away than ever at least
Western Europe would be spared
an immediate crisis.
Naflonallsls Call i
Workers Off Jobs
All Over Morocco
RABAT, Morocco, Aug. 20 (UP)
- Moroccan Nationalists called
a nationwide strike today on the
first anniversary of France's
banishment of the former asul-
DTh e IsNaW Toa"AS Par-
ty ordered 11 stores closed and
all employes, even those in ad-
ministrative jobs, to quit work.
Reports from Tetuan In Span-
ish Morocco said the Nationalists
planned to organize demonstra-
tions for their former sultan,
Sidi Mohammed Ben Youssef
whom the French exiled to Ma-
Whereas French and Spanish
Morocco are governed by sepa-
rate nations, both. serve the
same sultan, who is now Sidi
Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa,
ucle of the exiled ruler.
Nationalist leader Abdel Kalek
Torres was reported planning
to make a speech at the Mosque
in Tetuan, followed by a parade
with petitions for the return of
Because the anniversary of
Ben Youssef's exile falls on a
Moslem religious day this year
French and Moroccan authori-
ties took elaborate precautions
against a new outbreak of vio-
Thus far this month 99 per-
sons have been killed and 275
wounded in outbursts of terror-
Violence resumed yesterday
after a week of calm.
In Casablanca, the Caliph of
the Pasha was murderer in an
ambush and two of his body-
guards were wounded. Authori-
ties said several terrorists Dar-
kequaint himself with the civil SELLA VAL SUGANA, Italy, Basilica of San Lorenzo, with the peace of the world." ticipated in the killing of he
defense program in the Canal Aug. 20 (UP) Former Premier burial expected to follow there. That was a few hours before Caliph.
n And discuss methods of Alcide De Gasperi won in death Earlier, thousands of Italians De Gasperi's death.
Mpvlding assistance to the pro- today a tribute of praise which came by train, car and bicycle Other family members said De Two our later, Tal Ben Ahmed,
ram by the Federal Defense never came to him in his long and on foot to pay their last re- Gasperi seemed to know that he a Casablanca official equivalent
Ldminlstration. Following his career of service to Italy. aspects to "Mr. Italy." would die before dawn. to an American ward leader, was
Wlt.here he will stop in Puerto As his body la in a wooden They walked slowly past the Brought outdoor r s, earlier assassinated In the same spot.
Mic and the Virgin Islands. bed on the first floor of a coun- flower-banked bier where lay Thursday for some fresh air, De Last night another "ward
try villa in this Dolomite Aloine the body of the 73-year-old for- Gasperi smiled weakly and ask- leader," Allal Ben Abderrahman,
Balboa Tides region of northern Italy, Italians mer premier who died yesterday. ed his wife, Francesca, to take was shot to death as he talked
.of all political shades expressed During the night and through "one last photograph" of himself, with 'friends in front of his
High Low regret at his death at the agq of this morning, hin countrymen She tearfully complied. house.
9:33 a.m. .......... 3:30 a.m. 73. poured along the Alpine roads --.
0:19 p.m. ........... 4:13 p.m. winding up to De Gasperi's sum- -
Newspapers which so often at-mer villa set in the midst of an Arm am P n s To Tar Ar aenz
_ tacked him in the past, praised olive grove. Their license plates yr 1 I l l I T I Iy tr I z
him now. Politicians who reject- represented every province in
SS E ed his ideas wept at his death, the land. F B s i e d I
o wW HO IS SHE? From the Communists on the Several priests buzzed along in For MQ murder' O f B st FnPfe
S .. left to the Monarchists on the motor scooters, their black robes Bu r rs
I right, words of praise came for waving in the wind. Others came
De Gasperi for his role in help- across the fields and down the o --
ing to rebuild post-war Itay amount ain paths bearing blazing WASHINGTON, Aug. 20. dual cames of the more than 2,000
T, World War II. sPolee blocked of all yehlen- Castillo Armas is determined to 7.0 holed up in various embas-
a peThde rywd "reconstruction" lar traffic thmileawaystre bring ex-President Jacobo Ar- sies would be judged "on the
S appeared everywhere in the chalet and the last stretch benz to trial for murder, accord- evidence we have.
h oe on f. Ing to an interview published Arbenz and his family, plus
S apersreporg his x- Therwaslit tal as c jester n the Washington some 300 others are refugee
-j .... u pired death from a heart at- dren, priests, nuns, businessmen. Daily News. the Mexican embassy in Ouate-
tack yesterday, workers, politicians and peasants Castilo Armas Is quoted by main& Cit
l nCaslm o d at o ArmasIs quoted byombacsty.
L f e ntoCommunist boss Palmiro To- moved in straggling groups to correspondent Albert M Cole- .LAderof the junta now rul-
gliatti and Pro-Communist So- pay their respects to the man grove as saying: "Speciflcalayv i mGuatemala, CitteastiA mas
calist Pietro Nenni sent their who shepherded them from the Arbens will be tried for the 1949tod Colerove that elections
condolences, despite the fact uin f Fascism tothe threshold murder ofCol Francisco Javier would not be held "for quite
that in life De Gasperl was a of a united, democratic Europe. Aran" whiel not until we clean the
Sitter opponent of the extreme General feeling was reflected Colerove points out that Ara- country free from Communism."
left wing. in oeold woman s question. na was one of Cdastllo Armas' The Presiden. t ol d, Colegrove
But, even as tributes came. And now where are we going beat friends and bfect Arbenz reported, that he had fomed
from the great and near-great, o find another one like him?" made no attempt to find Aranals "defense mmittee agaI
thousands of, ordnar Ital. ia h e.1.. .... askd.murderer, Castillo Armas broke Communlau" to sort out "thou-
also paid tribute to the man! It was revealed that De with Arbenz four years ago. sands of documents wki~h prw
l.d iwho led Italy back from the Gasperi's last words to Italian t rtheea furo n a country tsben
D, brink of chaos. o sPremier Mario Sceiba included Arana, apopularfigure who e by the aget of a foreign
SW -De aslper,'O S body ws borne. a warning to strike now fore was regarded as the favorite powerr' olme tht
Sdown a twiseta mountain road the unity of Europe, or face ca ndidate in the election that Castillo left no doubtbe meant
I from his villa this afternoon and long, ruinous delay. year in which Arben was also tue ia.el
laid in state at the church of Piero atti, De Gasperi's Non- entered was murdered on- theSpeaking of Arbens aai.
.. O NBoro val Sugana, where an es- in-law, said he heard the states- outskirts of Guatemala Cty Ca wa Amah wn l
timated 20.000 persons started man give the warning In a tele- After Arbens assumedpower I natioa budget hed SAw
past the bier. mPhone conversation With Seelba.iO I investigation of theiur- .t aside for "onflde
On S na ays ma ring e Either we m must make this der was halted. editure and mot of this
S.(.rop. e/ .. ........ Defense co u- Co./ egroe quote Castillo Ar- went dk-cy into US pockets o
I r !U M IMM t RQ4 wbin ilty) .now or face decade before maas s laying: "I beleive that the As crowd."-
.... they I ai tthat eve n it will be realied," De O aspr when we have gathered allthe Ato 0 okm '
at ml said. "What will happen In tat evidence a e m wibe ssurg
OtILl a^m., a soemnt Ofa'e ofrgd of Our nation and the CastilloArma.told the U. *acolmp tola
SHOW NO CONCERN Three of four vandals who ransacked the home of 'rca T photo)
trot family have nothing to say as police make them look at the da theycaused. Th
boys. ranging from eight to twelve years old, merely shrugged their shoulders when asked to ex.
plain. Police say they will try to force the parents to paythe. damage ,whichmounted to$0.
Congress Votes Ike
Weapons To Crack Down On Reds
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP) of fellow-travelers. All Commnun-have conflicted with those laws.
- Congress has. voted to arm ists must register under terms of The compromise makes pres-
President Eisenhower with most the bill ent laws tougheronReds by de.
of the legal weapons he sought The Senate approved the mea- fiinng any person who "know.
to strike at Communism at home sure 79 to 0 although some lngly and fully becomes or re-
and to protect the nation from Democrats, who sponsored the maina"a Communist, a a merm-
spies and saboteurs, original outlaw proposal, corn- her of a "Communist action"
But one of his key als played t did not go far enough. group under terms of the Inter-
But one of his key proposals- The roll call vote for House nal Security Act of 1950-
sthe use of irs ane- traitors--evIdence a- passage was 265 to 2. Voting "no" At present the Communist
s irm e re eps. Abraham J. Multer Party fighting a four-year old
ead for this year at least. (D-N.Y.) and Usher L. BurMck ruling which would make it
Mr. Eisenhower was scheduled (RThe measure s onN.D.)ly one ofsubject to registration under the
to sign this afternoon n e iithst sThe two congressmen had vt-act as an agent of Moscow. The
forf the conalf dozen Communist- ed previously against outaw legal new bill says expressly that all
control bills the o Senate and the partyon grounds the legia- Communists must re which her.
House have piled on his desk tion would breach the Constiru- Sen .Pat McCarran (D-Nev.),
during the drive for adjourn- titution. who had a big hand in drafting
ment. The measure is only one Of the revisions, said they were de-
It would compel witnesses be- many passed, or in the legisla- slaned to "preserve d main.
fore congressional committees tive pipeline, to put a legal t in full force and effect the
and federal courts to testify a- crimp in Communists activities. Internal Security Act" which he
against traitors, saboteurs and Others include bills covering sponsored.
spies by granting them immuni- witness immunity before con-
ty from prosecution for any gressional committees, raising A .
statement that might be self- penalties for Communist ballAb e l l Ihe
incriminating. Those granted jumpers, taking pensions away
immunity would be sub ect to from convicted federal "Reds,"A. r
contempt prosecution i t ey re- and raising the penalties for}AM in-
fused to talk..- concealing knwn subversives
Immunity could be granted from arrest.
only by a federal court. Mr. El- ate yesterday Congress
senhow r had wanted this au- completed action on still an-
thorty vested in the Attorney their measure which mposes20 (UP) -
n ra.'the death penalty for peace- LONDON Aug.0 (UP)
This measure is aimed at bal- time spying. Under present law Clement Attlee and seven other
ky witnesses who invoke the death can be meted out only Eitlsh Laboritieos touring Red
Fifth Amendment In refusing to if espionage 1s committed in Chia flew t to Mukden,
ttime of war. heart of the Manchurian heavy-
tsiy The watered-down bill would industry belt the Communist
One of the other bills on the levy fines up to $10,000 and Im- radio reprtea.
President's desk was aq "extra" pose a five year maximum al lThe Peiping broadcast d a tee
that Congress tacked on the sentence for failure to register the Laborites will spend three
gnti-subversive program in some It also deprives Red-infiltrated d a y s Inspecting Manchurlan
f the mot torrid bates atthe unions of their collective bar- steel mills and coal mine#and
tag end of the session, gaining rights. comparing'them I t h similar
Hailed both sides as a bill The action came after a con- institutions they have been in
to "outlaw" the party, it would ference committee agreed on the free world.
strip the party of all Its legal compromise languageto meet Attlee and his companions
Sand den government legal objections to a bill "out- had dinner last night in Pel-
rights erviy to uion laying" the party. The commit- ping's summer palace, former
bar ... ^ .a .h u ROTC Starts
Sbusiness groups which are tee struck o uta controversial home of China's emperors ear-
nd busiinfessrgted.". l section to make membership a lier, they visited Peiping Univer-
-Botmmunit Infiltrated ." td ,felony. sity, described by the Red broad-
ompromise version of -what What the bill now does is caster as the birthplace of Com-
the Cd outPin the Senate last brnglthe party more firmly un-munism in China.
week as a bill to outlaw the par- de n existing n er seuRiTy__T
,The will was one of the last that in Its or.Iginlform it would t ort
big issues standing in the way
Congress now is expected to
wind up its legislative business
The House also voted approval.
of the President's bill to strip
convicted American Communist
conspirators of their citizenship.
It also goes to the White House
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
has said there are 25,000 active
Communists In the United States
and "10 times that many" pinks
London Herald Says
Margaret To Reveal
Judge Swaps Charge
In Order To Try
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Aug. 20 -
Jacinto Salinas, 37, employee of
the Mexican consulate, laces
trial on a new charge here to-
day after pleading diplomatic
Inmmunity on a charge of resist-
Judge Beverly Boushe yester-
day agreed -with SaUas that he
was immune from prosecution
on a misdemeanor charge, then
changed the charge to a felony.
Officers said Salinas had fought
them after they stopped him for
falling to heed stop signs.
LONDON, Aug. 20 (UP)-The I p ce ne Is immune iroPD
London. DaUly Herald said today prosecution on a miIadeameanor
ithat Princess Margaret prob- charge, we will charge the
ably will announce her engage- charge to assault to commit
ment to Colin Tennan tomor- mA yhem, w hich Is a feloy,
row. Boushe said.
The newspaper frankly as- Boushe then granted a re-
i cried Its rot to rumrs"- quest that the trial on the new
I Tomorrow s the2 th birth- charge be delayed until today.
day of the "Bachelor Princess."
On each of her last three -
days am auf New Cuotemlaon
ats e os is i t Ambassador Visits
has proved unfounded.
But the Fleet Street press State Department
again cocked an ear toward gal-
moral Palace In Scotland where WASHINTON, Aug. 20 (UP)
Tennant Is currently the houle -The new Guatemalan ambas
guest of the Princess and the sador, Lt. Colonel Jao ase re ascm
royal family during Margaret's SIalar, paid his first office
birthday weeke.id. .ca on Assistant Secretary of
The Laborite Daily Herald state of Inter-Amerlea af.-
carried Its story In blackface t Hirs Henry Holland Thursday.
type on the front under -The two met for more than one
a headline reading: rethor but alaar later declined
nad oon, Reports Fromto dlacuass the visit.
Ba aL" IThe new envoy presented his
TrbNeu Margaret will be 24 credents to paadst tse-
tommrrw," the ReOaid said, only ast Monday.
"and cordingg to ruaers Hm aid that tbe and 0oBand
1=c6andon last night sie merely ehaedpolta of
c s her ta to o but that far e be-
Bewher a --aat to 0011EWa3i0B0doesnotviaatto Ow ns"
?tnaeasM"."S IgtM I
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The Canal Zone R.O.T.C. will
start issuing clothing at both
Balboa High School and Cristo-
bal High School next Monday.
It is requested that all R.O.T.C.
cadets come in at their conve-
nience to draw these uniforms.
There will be enough uniforms
for everyone, however, cadets
will have a change to get uni-
forms ready to wear and avoid
the last minute'rush by coming
AN INDEPENDENT. AILY NEWSPAPER
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Linc-
I I IIII I I I I II _ __
Labor SecrtarYrfnest WilNas
arriws at the White House to
atted a Cabinet meeting. WU-
ktMs who was ubsttuttag
Sesrery of Ladr Jma-.
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