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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00483
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tweneremoin l were netoda
at dockslde at the naval base be-
fore thWi'eJvf or 3i0led, Norfolk
Clt lof ipad tribute to an
o f$Ur. ?lesof t b*t-
tlea1p's, crew watched me de-
CaptOLR. Taylor Keith is the
MpPl r of the Missouri or this
The MiMuri was commisson-
ede In 1944 iand took part In the
e St et World War I.
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ad 'Predicts I ke

Pay Raise Bill

made by Lithp C. Steward, said he felt certain "the Pres-
iatUonal pr eidit of the NFPr, Ident's signature In -asured."
in a news bull .recelvedW today i llgie Ybs
by the Cnal oS e N E office. l fore 1,7,0 eos o tea
on Satu srday SenatorMadjo a d tyW3e0mat
Leader Ili V.chete ledowland,
twho -hdl a 5iA' the bill, c-. WIlme .r
p refte;! that....,use ldIi dhe-aW!tIM hI
W ud'eto the measure because
it &dd pvidefod Pan lrcre Holde
it, PM W toe of fet IiHO uw i

that the bigb had 'beenpassed by
the BSenat*e bW .-4 vote and Ps ngers on toe usually
the House .gfv Is PProalb tranbquil ferry President RooSle-
a voi ot An Uinceiw it w t
a ton. t.e bue Rse by al- velt were frightened iat rdv
atroil u e vote Steward evening when they were delayed
mo____________voe __ewain disembarking by a man who
ran around brandishing a ma-
Mtoa miprsle ca n chete in his hand.
iiu ulll TOff An-emerglency ea received by
p police at 6:5 from the ferry's
heF IL pAmt captain, Indicated that they
m yllUw l ir were unable to discharge pas-
sengers or car because a man
Drtl .+ lejM lwas threatening to cut up some
rP rOICIs n USei of the passengers with a ma-
An unemployed Panamanian Arriving on the scene, a police
was fished out of the water Sat- sergeant, was able to get the
urday by an alertpo.nceml. who situation under control by ar-
saw him jump of the end of the resting the maclhete-flourisher'
Cristobal Yacht Club pier into clemente Carranza, a panama-
the bay. nian resident of Camaron, who
was apparently Intoxicated.
According to police. Ra.ael The ferry had just tied up at
Castro, 21, was aswn staggering he west sids when the poiUce-
toward the pier late at night, man,who was transported there
Beteow police could mu b bya meal run of another ferry
h l0mped off the 0*nd at bot,'te Adnt &r.
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(NEA Telephoto),
NEW LIMOUSINE FOR IKE President Eisenhower (right) chait with Oov. William Stratt*n
of Illinois during a visit to the Illinois State Pa ir at Springfield. The sleek, new limousine they
ace standing by has a transparent sliding canopy which permits a view of the Chief Exeoutive
even in foul weather.

Churchill, Mendez-France

Hastily Hunt New Defense
WESTERHAM. England, Aug. *ure for sterfle bew fourv-pow inine-year occupation of West
23 (UP)-French Premier Perre er tao on G nahy. Wt Germany if France fails to ap-
Mendes-France flew to an emer- Germany already was ehaflmg prove the Luropan arm plan
gens y =owfmrence with Sir Win- for smerenlnty. next week, lploMatic ofidaa
t*ms .'mhiofl tAldawv In a. hnatv I Th united State was, nint. Ml- i In Waa h lMn il '


Canal, Navy



As Starter

The new group life insurance which is being mads
available to all U.S.-raote employes of the federal govern
ment for the first time will become effective on the Caq.
nal Zone soon.
The Navy and the Canal Co. today announced that
the effective date for the new plan is next Sunday. Only
U.S. citizens are eligible.
Word was expected momentarily by the Air Force
and the Army as to when they may start insurance deiuc.
Unless waivers are signed by the employs, payroll
deductions for life insurance will be made automatically
A Canal spokesman said today General A mwea to Qel
that written requests for exemp- On Group It. Iosu am
tion from n the insurance coverage For Federal CIlian
must be received by Friday.
Forms are available, for Canal Here are the highlights. ,d
employes, In the Personnel Bu- the plan:
reau, and copies may be O b- With few exceptiM a
tained on request to the Wage eral civilian emvmlweswin iS
and Classification Division eliglbe o partlcpe
calling Balboa 3013 or 2147. '" .,?-
The legislation authorizing the Te plAn .will i f
lowcost group insurance to fed- low-cost life Su I ithUi
eral employee pased by a medloal a -e'SiSm S
Con eand Ai., intoaw byw,, ...imnt.., l .l
04et 111= last T0'1e6-

5tem As
C .10 President
ftkrd CGaskin was re.eleet-
,l t of the eat atlve
al Of, ef Cl,
"tir the fth .onseewtive
t Seet held In Ia BO-
GaskA received a total of 84
goss,6 tthe mop's Canal
OSne ehapie! Other eadli-
dates were Je Castillo and
Narold W. Retire. I
Anl 6tber members of the
boad *are: Frak Thom ion,
. vice pruident (hie
ter;d'Rst k* obwae t T.
4OW- Gott Ijxtaryeansec-
Owng Ofe
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Wigti wut- .n --r -ro-1reaArIi einpz mn uOr_
hep o t -w -batetIsa h- coverage tn aamxnts based ma cailycoveresd
-t Id '. ^ ^-*-K-Iden. *nu1 h nis n tglt. be n mim k-t _wFraye. _eraonay at et tEiii~toni, aifritrl .Bte c l .1n al- their annual salaries to e i lveanshit
ll _im trial on a was acken with p mixture of Informed sources said 'peed ign Secretaty An ny wl pay ents per $1,000 of "t- they do not want the I .
of intiCtlO. marijuana and pipe tobacco. was essential to ftilthe ap left Ede laded at the same f nuopan olicy insurance every biweekly fy urnce.
Tis morning, M cause of allin ..the ranks.of thee ..t. Io gon. ahasty sector sone period, and the Government e a s ed
the trouble was ined $15 In the terday's refusal of est er- fllig tpk frm his vacation in a eo t army p contribute an amount equal to employes and the Gov
IL D toxication, and was sentenced to and Luxembourg to agree to a su o greeted' b his For- Du a never spelld out the hent. r 1, of insurance ea
SjysI l e S r n spend the next olays in jallor watering down of EDC which eign.Offe head, Sir voneirk- det liat reappraisal. Con- The law also provides double -weekly pay peted, until le
*t possessing marijuana. Frace had demanded. patritc, Eden drive at.once to gress, ever, has authorized indemnity payment in case of reaches age- 6, after whch
Strengthening U The berries resumed their nor- te Soviet Union was ex- Chartwe to join the talks. an end the American occupa- accidental death and payment will pay nothing. The ov
Small run Saturday after Carran- peated to make swift propa- The-United States and Britain tion, hearing the way for West to employes for accidental loss ment will help to pay the
A A BBARMA, Calif., Aug. za was arrested. gands capital of It with pros- will move quickly to end the (Coled e Page. Col. 5) of sight or limb. of this insurance by eontibt
23 (UP) Secretary of Labor I ng half as much as the
James P. Mitchell said today ploye.
that e Elsenhower program Is E ach emploe who part
desg to strengthen our na- pates will be ised for an *
"helpin g our9.p "8 Kheldsanglary.to.the ea-ol:u
themsyeluese Cops Fear ResurIence Of Chicago Gang **t 0ij
In a speech prepared for de- per thousad. FPr example,
livery at the opening of the 52nd employee earnn .3,200 per
annual convention of the Call- CHICAGO, Aug. 23 (UP) Au-age door and was felled by hid- Police speculated someone Maritote became a Capone tion -until he was convicted in will be nsure for
fornia Federation of Labor, the thorities feared today the sla- den gns. might embarged on a vendet- dy d and a prominent the movie hakedown. employ earnn mo
labor secretary strongly deed. Ing of two x-Capone mobsters Maritote was one of seven ta to te te s ivors oflue in gangland after one of In his heyday Maritote re- 000 but not over $5,00 w
ed the President's views. in three days marked the start mobstrs sentenced for the mi- the shakedown conviction but hi brothers married a sister of puted ran beer and engaged In insured for $W0, and oo
"We areincreaing social secu- of a "full-scale" gangland strug- lion-dollar shakedown of the considered it more likely that a the late "Scartace" Al Capone. vice and gambling rackets, but employes .65 years of aged
rity benefits and extending so- gle for control of the rich Ch- movie Industry in 1944. struggle for, sydicate control Apother brother was New York's in his later years claimed to be older will be insured free, b
eal security protecon to sev- cago crime syndicate. Only last Wednesday night has erupted into gunplay re Jat (Legs) Diamond. a legitimate contractor. in reduced amounts.
eral million not The newest, victim was Frank Charles (Cherry Nos) Gtoe, miniscent of mthe Ca e era. He and 0Gloe were friends and He was known as a short- Zmployes who retire wi1 co.
viously covere" be said. "We (the Immune) Maritote, 61, another of the seven was shqt Anthosy (Tony) Accardo, the Maritote wa questioned in the tempered man with a consuming (C mttaed amn Pge
are providing unemployment dn- alias Frank Diamond, who was and killed as he sat in a borrow- reputedsyndicate boss, reported- killing of Cherry Nose. hatred of photographers which <... _.- a .
surance rotectio four mU- cut down with shotgun blasts ed automobile. ly has been ipPing while Rticca Mart toe denied any knowledge several times caused him to
on add people. saturday as he parked his car The others involved i the has bee g power. Oio of It and said he had not been swing at those who tried to take
lio .n ..'.his garage. movie shakedown were Pl was a bkero Acoardo. In- touch with Ooe for tear his cture. ..V RUlM W
His four-year-old son, Frank, (The Waiter) Riea, Louis (Lit- Investators said.it was o- violating the terms of his parole Thursday, when questioned iln
was sitting in the car when his tie New York) Campagna, ItheWone reaction that hel iritotn gained his nickname the Gioe killing, Maritote took I. a A l (iI
father stepped into the glare of lae Phil 'Andrea John Roselli favor may have retaliated fo te of the "Im-une" from a mira- a swing at a photographer, but III n UIIUW *. .
his headlights to open the gar- and Louis Kaufman. his killing by "getting" .Mlitote. culbus abilityto escape prosecu- missed. A Dr ive WU.a i r
-- A J'"sI As frtier w aiW,

+..".n da road Cin RainbowD
.AUC u sor ed a street sign,ds -
post and stopped whilc the,
er watched the proceedlWg
a distance.
No charges were pIaced as y
against Joseph A. TqMin Wo,
37-year-old owner at the
a small 1929 MoMtlA
homemade panel b
further investigation
The only damages suffe to
the vehicle which we a 4
ride by Itself, was to t Ith
side of the b=p,_whlci, w
knocked off, ban to both
lights which were
The impact on, a
lamp post called tt_ 0
jar loose and smato the
ground. Otherwise te m post
was not damaged.
According to polie, the ade-
dent occurred after thete
stalled on St. Anas n t. U l2 -
bow City. The driver, In e
tempt to start iti u#agin
out, left the IFn l -lz l_

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KXR8u I bd erw 1, from hexastin
attein0 B polea bow le and carried out
the rape-i Mary Jotene riesm. 1. The yuath aser-
ed to be eoo e gramted out a .dnof
-gl .N?^e. .

IX bmTeOleboto)
P. MKianey wears andimtfa
as he arriv I;n ew York City
from Jacaonville. FlL.e wmil
face trial for the $190,000 rob-
bery of the Floral Park, W. .,
branch of the Franklyn Noa-
Uonal an.

FACES COUkT MA IAL Lt. Col. Harry Fleming, and hib
wife leave the admlnistration building at Fort Sheridan, DL,
after the flit day et an Army court-martiaL He faces hargep
of collaboratIng bthe Reds in Korea while he was a primr
cf war.

(cmA Tosuboto)
wiADl MOT GUILTY Dr. Samuel & SheI q s time
wtge as oe waitse for his court heartg to bew C6velad.
MsA 04d 1tered a pie- ofos t pilty 5a *wor B aualng him with the murder of bis wis MrIly ta ight
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THE PANAMA AMERICANabor Now the World Wts With Bated Breth
somomD --- r *MO f Ann u sBITo 11016 PANAMA AM M #CA U M N 4 10 104, i .T Wl-Jr a
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S ,, YOUR PORUM THE READIRS OWN COLUMN As a General, Dwight D. fisen.o' JM e
o--' --- hower had a lot less difficul* ety. cgin 76. Plans arei. la Pewnywla Pdisgvi veu
X ting orders carried out tha s being scussed for a pr dentl turally there've be ue
ME BLA I having as Commander.in beiSngig vildt by Russa dlctato freom aevryone-whicd
War was never like this. When M to Pais and London. stage for Ike
T H MI B OGeneral Eisenhower wanted tuse A n ation to vit England ma nl and
The Meail boxi s an open teoum efoe eaders of The Panama Amser- his big guns-he did. Now, qs. res. A Is vivea alenkov by i rme wers ta
ias. Laners are received gratMfully end are handled ia e wholly cSti- ident he's using the heaviest Minister Clement Attlee while in fease Department sent it
il w litical artillery he believes he Moscow recently. Premier Mendes. counsel, Wilb Buker,
oe yoiu ntriliu, a letter don' be $MtNtle*# it it n't appear the to neutralize the Democrsat drive e hs talking about of Mig, to
eat day.snersae published i O" ordert eoPe to take Congress from hpFtace na e em teainsgnator M cCarthy and
omtoy to keep the tte .limie ee g. fasll-and many of hill g are Malenkov didn't a ns wer Attlee swo rha
l s am d 2 Atr y i n g t o s p i k e t h e gco u n st Md eHf neIy b u s a i h ei g pct on Suh e eSead T SLaStla

H.de tity. w asr. wth te m beldo rad,. o), one of thehottest jaz thShStruSS ove t ee he mighr Part- st a DrJSo
This newspaper assumes no responsibility #o* A1t0@eamias opaimo s One of those big lit1cusdgmhs
Is Secretary of Labor Jim Nhtenell,. aider Atmis t hednitemt setyei. ecerth4
tru pl Heplyed thhuskypersonable Irihm wouarty. If acceptedt w ould tme
TOOERSEREwhom President Eisenhower is CuW,1Mbth isnMhow0ter iad Churchl in etas the ma ati
Sfrcounting to pile up AFL a d CIO someo a box, snce se- i an in MC
rnani,. R. de P. votes on the 'Republican line by .bowr h been o s any aorstveirbag
i :rushing him through killing pace evl v, hg veb Gal o r qan k
'his tidbit might be of Interest of pubic appearances whiwould v l has wanted to go to Mo. A e en
Larry Lane isthe now at this hotel (Hotel international) was an make Billy Graham seem like a cow for a s secular t oM ernc e s secretly W Brniti
Enlisted man at Fort Davis., 14th US Infantry, away back in 1924, back-porch preacher. wifortth tthe lusan dictator nenof hes last week to r

:26 27and *2w"it thethe Russi an a a* d ict ator I lallefis
2 26, 27 and 28. At the present count Mitcell s fort toha et*Mth eo0ceot ctrhdetew fd a l eurmy. Ashan
He was, at that time (before radio), one of the hottest jazz scheduled to face more audirnes. world. If ov caMe to vis o

America Theater, Strangers Club. Hotel Washington, and was 12 national TV appearasoed, 1s ra- mater ow .
featured with Archibaldo Victor atKelley's years and years ago. io shows and 1 e major polalI

I -tDo. J T-nllbtan ow.If there A le showsand17 Jma. torp o ibicaloN Mtt r what happensM oe Sns
aa told-t-pers around who could C allh niyo u nw the . ng put more and moreSuc nex t,
lranda, of the old Amador band, or Carl Fischer, or any old- IronkCuth ainigrhod DfollowWtitt
terswho would remember te atun Bys and, t ro-And there's more coming. Hisow a on thet hl of rach Pre
pole, the International. boys tell me that the lags between NOTE Mteehh at Wetterac Iowa
US Takes Fsome speaking das h wil alenkov turned G. th
My stay was only about two years at DeLesseps but Larry was take Mitchell from W&a'ing on hea t the Brti sh Eabo Ger

tote rand he an s heat o W words And M music n Atle.tvsiEater
WAHINGTON, and he and hs wife sure would like to Jam a little with keD. C. to, Yakema, Wash. by the se. ead a np t e ta a a

cm n The tabedis iga firm B risrbtary olannerr beev e tratior B0 A i." d af- ed fi
thee's South Korean army for position withdr i to the rim It was in Flint, Michigan M t refuse. Apparent y this ups erty hou b return
e or e fear it would ecouraspen hm to ter of bases o g the hinese spring tht t Derte t h-ooed
try Larr and wife are tour ing Centradl America for two more strategic ar the P' r One f the geat f tatins f mea e. A a cnt b, the b. I sent for one of those "Tt nahe hould not for a i o
North Kore, CI b was learned the view of Alast Mr.- and neutraliowr personally frustrations tat have word anbeat" to my ear me theirs Gua al. Tre t the dde
The position of US officials be cials the issue of a further build of the Democraticlabor coalition beset me over the years is an inefigured red vegetable with a green top screaming with laughter whe I re that a visit to Eas t happened backta in th
ame know after t was announ up o South Korean force may lay ttcks on the Presiden pernal ability to lay any musical in and a measure wa & roud wood goany was a pure and simple e rence s with e
d that four divisions would behnd Sou Koreas creature popularity. Mitchell went out to trument, atoever, and, o help en bowl with a narrow popaganda trap. bad McCarth Wh de hadigne wlleerto C
meets with the AFL leaders i me, befor the current year runs around the top, with which you The must be some knack to ONDERS McCARTHor Adenauer, c
republic, leaving Rhee with 20 mSt an visions in Korea re which is a suburb of Walter Ru- out I am oing to find me a music doled out oats venton there. Thto the cow. playing an instrMitchell wument tillat is given
bounce back to conferwith CIO her. t least I can learn the The "sharp" and flat" busi- only to fw of th hosen The AIner of Istnbu, invE et B ureau, telling the Wet
United Steelworkers Union -chif, ,e-ovenorgeDr.lGofay ,
that Rhees 700,000man a y is secretary of lab or brought the gra drums, ness never meant anthin to me best I r har r ma w wre t
defense needs aware of the plan for several they walked ong milest N. through around low dive with lo mus was, and what ever e but or teanscotimesnd c called the Frelo esent conditLaionuar
Ssu e doni tu s g ifcan y that same week. Then on down to w Turkey bounced into Wash.e RM ddT e
Miami for Jim Carey's CIO musical comedy. But I have ever I thought the lady was jut plain how to pith and to the point. te House
-0 trical Wprkers Union convention W ords AM music "?afc wrthYlaJcctrthy Mcoin en

a r en th be o o st m where some s tcrp wipes will be e b au wa trying to make some sense s s l wi tah ca to vea i
whkeruatathe mbsesha wes willbe- thyl" he exclaimed. "All I read crossfire onpt hen t un of Gerina t
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UP)- strike. Defensively and offensive- takeortofn at the E enhower admits sur s M cCarthys e I r-e ent
The United States is taking a firm y. ilitaryplanners believe the traction. By see in e newspapers, all I heather know where to d t, after lot of hem
shter wins have in t h p stand against buildup of Sy* muman air force No I ve on opl as stupid as I am about dog chnorkl onc took Go s enire units8-hour rule uestio could doware aareny release
Rhee's South Korean army for position wthdr to the erime- It was n Flint, Michigan last awa from him denoting an be settled. AA re ed .. On letter to Adenauer. Its ub
fear it wouldencourae ter of bases l g the Chinese spring that Jim Mitchell et furious every time set thishe instrum long overseas ri anextra tbunk w should have a disastro red.
try nd liberate Re-controlled main'nd pattern for the GOP's drive for One of the great frustrationsofmeasure. Asof a country boy, tlay come The way I feel right now it willthos be carrie d o whch the There's should not. G ermany, dior a time,
aioned north Koreat was learned todJapan. would do no more thrican he labp sup heas forrt- and neutralization the many frustrations tathaveword "beat" to my ear meant a course and they were sllEDC here's done a great job So bication o the middletter
S The position of U.S. officials be. -ials the issue of a further build- of the Democratic-labor coalition beset me over the years is an in- red vegetable with a green top, screaming with laughter when I are problems that concern you aGl What happened backsTge in th
In ame known after it waForce is pannounc rt up Southe present 20 division forces may lay tacks on the President's personalability to playany musical. and a measure was domest aviation, Houe wa that e
d that four US. divisions would behind South Korea's premature popularity. itchell went out to tr ent, whatsoever, andnot, so help en bowl with a narrow ron bandw s cd ? me h h d

east. They are coming home for division figure as out of the ques- wentsOutwith the satinal AFL and w AndHouse, Under Trumbw it AA adrw vira pblicaoewlolluotwn y -l
S be withdrawn from a te Korean disclosure the tat New Deal onenraton ea, me, before the currenyer rus around the top, with which you The must e some knack to ut Is McCarthy. Why? he go.a e l
Srepublic, leavr wings equipped with B-20 an divisions in Korea ere which is a suburb of Walter Reu- out I am going to find me a music doled out oats to the cowlaying n instrument that is given r Adenuer waf
47 jet ober his own. They feel to be withdrawnls have their's United Ausier to Workers. The teacher.t least I an learn the The "sharp" and "fat" bus- only to a few of e released. the

s of h o T e d, however, that they would help of the administration if they did WASHINGTON-(NEA) Sec phase of the campaign, tee m. nations with Capitol Hill has h calIring tLE ASTRolKE NOTE-How closely the Sta
withdraw some of thean air ors setraed military reserve for c Durngretary of labor brought the grOak WedrumsHobby haess never meant anything to me best ones ever have heard never Gemano r

aeuni' at Seu Korea is that there e United States also may be Ridge tPaducah atomic energy principal sup role with the thmg to do js to support the candi. sentatives of the people six wees . mriaHirie me Nast rty ifltrte b
has been a buildup o Red Aira's willing to beef up the pSouth Ko rean officials had beent 20 os example Mitche him and For years I have been hanging except what the Eisenower it remained forCongres to tan inside Fa About the Ame. ing their pre-war property
Sdefense needsorth orea se th aware of the plan or several quipmenthey walked long miles Reuther eoughround low dives with loarts mu the prowas, and late the President's program to an nStrike r to thgh com

ruce whichco leave the Ameri- particularly with corps artillery and left the impression that he new movie, "The Big ear of De- ere are a few excerpts from law.. ra Amricanactuay went before the Ger "Tom Corad
weekan ts an exposed oson which was but waited unby the Ua ropi. Flint's factory floors hakinmany cans. I own a piano. I can whistle s ound-track script on the a The srplay anyst g "President a Airlines failed to make thThe President' should give lette was

lain ee t of a surprise Communist States during the war:e equitable treatment of the atomic Citiens for Eisenhower Commit- complishments of the Eisenhower enhower as proposedI federal pla1**d abot it "t th^ s,* leaw from pending law
Furthermore, they are onvin- tious bargaining moment to break proletarian hands. Theo Tha ute fm h just been "The U. S. has served notice on Congress turned it down. It ao R OME etc., or Senate

e t h a P doe n the ednto tie Sp the bng bomb n tal- given a p canrer howinm inyWash. the Kr. mln that any act of ag. nays the President "called for cona bill mBy n s in .
ed that South Korea does not the news. Sgnifcantly, the a along well with the female work.n e he e sre of a ti do, backwards and forwards, th s t plunger on it. How di d The White House has been work- (The Dirksep Bill, of corse
have the manpower or economic ncement was accompanied by rs and union wives there. musical comedy.But I have tevered I thought the ladyof B-52.) u nits durst plain ing the next four h th g an awer tute doubl the carpet by th Y ork Times. Though by S enator
resources to support more thn a a special South KoreaAssembly In hs igh Repubic any cam- learned to lay "conest tas. I nus. valvt e down or wheress c to put thit Civil ernaices Authority. UndThe sen o were foer the retursh

I ACROSS 5 wJa bmtotclubs t Am erful forcesilnsgdc the Repubhcan -who have been working with Cti. Berlin conference, Secretary of for year only. The appeal is latter posnc o aothea, rpe-tbape-1t German property.)
i IPopular yRen wioths beetingrtopr s l l t A i Party-and int side the White House zens for Elsenhower." This kicks State John Foster Dulles has ma. tf th e presidentia failure with the rules no airline ca schedule
Sower T y a s a end conservave off outthe camthe pi tagn. e othveredr da. t the t musical comb. a igh there is no chance it expe w

Sweet- s supporters, the men who dug up From Was ton, this nfilm wilet mitt beforeut tohe world that the about it. I o ANiS Ba Cnlbr
Flower t owrpar m manpower and cam- be shown most widely the 8 Krem s tentions are not trulyflight p so r
i2 Burden A ml sclo' T rheas 'for Mr ith rumble seat. sile or me tolstrg ope note aft- of .ese days I shall% turn up on iaop hat t plt r geue d t r on T
S ndrmd forces, th meUt rmy .ns n t S a tiit en cam now tewo ho ertht his secretary of 1952 were won by a majority of panhan Dalle s.) who voted for Elsenhower th they might as well change crews -even thouh

SSses o Mr. Mitche, bydevelopg and stats having senatorial races this as never before tus avoid breaking the .her pe to the ew Re-
nc Flower scents influence has in the White House year. tory. (Piture andidatof people., but berste io aBr d be r
nits re being with. and35 Smooths garden officials over became the Pr ts lab orty of tb e Hoe seaters, and other assore "Inflation has been halted. (ar of my invading our ght rule AA pilots also
S 22 Vall from Koreays feature aid to orean had adjutant Mr. Mitchell is the final etsam an pick up anything from ukulele field, since Iconsider It an offered to send an extra ilgt Meanwhile the State Depart
e A East. rerbidhed a virtual stalemate. Rhee, word on all adminl aon labor a Steinway to an ocarena an coax Thldere must be some several m inferior weapon, and, beside y along relieve the crew
us r, four fighter wings 3 Piee of 50 Horned to swing theusic out of it. Not me. I never onby people as stupid as I am about dog Schnrkel once took Godey entire hour rule questioncould

2 Drunar, f Lowrpricn d furniture ruminant the days of Mr. Truman and FDRh Repubdeotd and 3t by Drmocrats. "n. .the American housewi le "aa t is same as
even learned where to look for his music business, and theymust ukshope away from him,Buddhst 51 Mdenoting aetrin be settled. A refused... letter to
returned to Jpar for modern the South Korean army increase That's whe re the internal trouble chord. What Is ska thr, thanyway? get furious every time they read Intense dislike of the instrument long overseas trips, an extra bunk
hT Solid onewer typ30 Begn laners 4 Woman 5235 dvisions begins Theopposon to or the st heart Aof a, woman supermarket.) gra s d aeary and Feru-
c- aoUndwethuren t ypr e a nethey neo-New Dealer a description, Away back I n -uamman school one o f thosev"easy toplay" come- The way I feel right now, it will be is carried in which the pilot cancin Germany,
cannot return to ore, At te American officials involved in wh tate a w they injured uswth a course of ons. Even as a chld I w in~it's the tal end where Adenaue arAi cneot i csidniedSe mandfor the lady in chargekuiatedwith aasieither, thFnc horn oteePloti thtal e

18 tarrangement 31 Hireling (slang) 55JtheFar East has taken the fim position it w ale o aware that the This beg the otica station Congress get i brief a ds aty of S A ca e .
SNumber la ecretaryoand his advisers the fm about so dealt to a laughed when I sat down to layuponr the mouth organ ist
stationed in Korea and Japan. would do no more than help sup-hehas for manyyears tamed the lines which has done A great job So publication o the letter
In addition, the Air Force is re- port the present 20 divisions-to most militant unionists by rolling G O P' C a mpaign M o i of pioneering domntie aviationStped.
bomber wings. stationed n the far mitted. They describe Rhee's 35- body knockdown fights. His relan-GPCpnvie for itsainsieptackPat theWitan
east. They are coming nome for division figure as out of the ques- t hin with thew a L and House. Under Truman, AA had vated publication, followng w
' modernization. They w'!l be re- tion and completely unnecessary. it'edere is g nAatoo. the inside track through Truman other newsmen raised so mc
t Kr. .. t;tiSecretary Matt Connely. They, cain at the White Housn ove
placed, but only on a temporary. to mec South Korean defense I t s and
S rotational basis, by modern d i needs. tiey ish he would get out of poll-hi wny.Peter could get almost anything they lag stooped that the full text'
bomber wings equipped with B- ties and make things simple, It -0 wanted. They still can ... inoner
I 47 Jet 1oibers. American officials have indicat- wouldj~i .easier to blast the rest week, the CAB rushed through a released.
o ed, however, that they would help of the administration if they did WASHINGTON--NEA) Sec- phase of the campaign, the em- latlons with Capitol -- has special ruling that AA conl dOg. M --How closely the S#
of the -rineinal factors for finance South Korea in building not have,& friend In the cabinet. rotary of HealthEducation and phasi_ will all be on coattail rid- stadaswty accorded to l fnoes hearings on this would have taely Deprtmet has beep working t
withdrawing some of the air force up a trained military reserve force. During.,thl recent crisis at the Oak Welfare Oveta Cu&p Hobby has the ran. The implication Is that the the respect due the elected rep ks r -. American Airliues Germny topertYJet return of
unE' in S.u' Korea Is that there The United States also may be idge Paducah atomic energy Principal support, role with the thing towdos rts to supportwthe cudi.remtativesdof o t a- hsi wieir le

12n Beast wilu write the presidents speech it might be expected that more blUlion cut in government spedin to tl a 's eitle..- --"
4 Thinks f 1 if one is made at the AFL con- emphasis wouldbe put on Co- and $7 billion tax cut, accompa can D a
S ullof chinks i B vention. And the anti-Mitchell gress. But it is W per cent fte led by pictures of House WayR andpeqets eleet to C-co
7 Spanish reg forces fear further pro-labor com- in pictures and sound track and Means Committee meeting. h, o ae ba Ie
38 Simmer - sites. only a few minutes of credit are Again, to go with a film of thqe -ght Eisenhower's dedication to
39Pa Mitchel cut down-ul given to Congr. President dressing a joint !s- America..." caclAdes the marra-
41 Compass pon They want Mitchell cut dow If is tobe the pitch and the sion of CongFatse script to This IM the d d a\\
42Pld or fired. Or theymight bring the theme song of this lose-race "President Eisehower- n r ealpitch in thinS e prou e tM
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S23 r oUP) nist treated of prisoners, 'uSSI I Rele ess New
Wilana.has set up; a pell i.- In is letter, ilon said' "ex-
: S::aIa K ^7 fAes Drive ToSta/opOuftRe lig ion.
oanl t brat"a as in.' a=n! .ag ry sep ar poll- The modm type of I nvest
StAns rudss- ohemiitr departen met com esto have
at lthl rer me ary} as hme apply to serviceman cap- beenort i Wstrn Eu-
..reed for"cedhl ea me In bared nations in the 'Boviet WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 '(UP) Modem rites," It said. It quoted rope some time early In the 19th
the U.S. sor a .. -- Ruasa's rulers are continue e sthe radio station n Odessa, Rus- century. The id gradually
l.gta t vsearso war ar.ot s =ofhy.scuLanaut me a 'relentless ne propagand i h reporting earlier this pread westward to the United
requie. d gga m e ta n _s .. drive to stamp out religion from month tha 3,490 lectures on states whe t has gained
a ve ranks and serial ourp s aeneml e t ew one end of e Soviet Union to "scentific and anti- lgous nespread acceptance.g
cua ptan.m e~kp er maytall vt. e be other,' the U8. Information themes" were delivered 5 that A period ot phenomenal growth
The mtlitr ommi -,ttee. w ,ilay vro g -ram of hi- Agency aId today. region In the firs half of 194. ben in 140; the year In which
ithea.tnwerk for full-sc foras s u S trnat i and he govrnmnt's propaganda School children In the US.- Congress = "ased the Investment
Iasu y"' libva traich w serve more arm, in ditch for use of B.R. are also a target in the Company Act, dealgned asa gen-
vel civilian and military eff the be 'lateresta of U.. overseas information l, Kremlin's anti-religious drive," measure to safeguard the
el the problem, which nhas the Armed Foree as well as said the men in the KremniPre the dispatch said. "The porm- interests of investors in such
e the bDefenseb De artmD t the wtiseatry at large," Wilso using "every gonctvable mei" munist press is voicingnstrong companies. Total assets of in-
scetheplexpe seed O f ae n wrote, to destroy religious faith and to criticism against the at tendae vestment companies rose from a
prisoners n Korea. He asked the military commit- create instedf a "ascentific, co of school children at church and'Ahttle over $1 billion in 1940 to
The stunedys a dKoreat outgrow ee to" 'recommend a suitable ap- munist" approah toward life. is calling for Communist youth almost five times. that amount
"of the case. eorl He o co n iucatn acompre- The dispatca ld Com munist organizations to wagr a struggle n 1952.
hwable, Marine Corps. flier who esive study of this problem" writers are turning out "stacta" against 'religious prejudie &a d
aely Marinfse to conducting later by another special commit- f anti-religious pamphlets. The superstition'." Essentially, an I nve stment
gefaely afsre in Kore fter tee composed of qualified milita- latest, it said, Is called "In Sa- The dispatch said that Com- company provides professional
germonths of ran Koreashn by the r civilian and medical special tan's Service" and pictures Vas munist organs throughout the management for its shareholders'
month o brainwashing" by the i. on tican history as one of opprtt- Soviet Union are echoing a July funds. In an era of intensive
In the background are scores of The military committee, head- sion. 24 editorial in the Soviet news- specialization, it seems logical to
In the background are sco l.ed by Brig. Gen John H. Ive "New atheistic books are filled per Pravda "which sounded turn to financial specialists to
aimilar cases i whichmmu n director of the military personnel with scorn against church mar- call f6r an ntensified anti- administer investments. While
diers subjected to Commn t h d on the sense De. rian g and Christian. Jewish and teligios campaign." ob ectives and policies of differ-
Reds or de ectedoutright. apartment, has held one "prelli- ent investment companies may
narymeeting." I Proposals
liere. have been some pro- Ives said that because of th:e Re ects Proposa compare r tesuly tackcurately
tests tht it Was all but imp"s. -"omplexity of the problem, he C the paramount criterion Inu-
i for ue spa to undergo doe not epe the group to sub- bIg the relative merits of heae
ComuIS torture without mit recommendation before the companies Is the ability of their
,erSuch. letsiadherento firstrof the year.ti a management.
l l aced an ps- In the Schwable case, a special That US C m Antarctca
r stI ets by the Gee court of Inquiry recommended I Ia Investment companies fail in-
Sagainst c -artiaing the co- to two main categories, the
In a-altter to the Army, Navy nel on grounds his "confession" closed-end trust and the open-
and Ale Force ordering creating was the result of extreme mental WASHINGTON. Aug. 23 (UP) an Antarctic explorer, has urged end trust (more generally known
of the special military committee, torture. But Schwable was denied -President Eisenhower has re- similar action on ground the as a mutual fund.)
Wilson instructSd the group t any further command post. ejected recommendations that unknown, 6,000,000-square mile The closed-end company hs a
study "indoctrination and train. Defense officials said one of the the United States stake a formal area will yield valuable minerals more or less fixed capitalization
g of military personnel concern- primary objectives of the prison. claim to part of ice-covered An- and provide Important deenae and its shares are traded in ac-
S dct wh n a prisoner of er study is to establish a "uniform tarctica, it was learned today. benefits. cording to supply and demand,
wlug conduct w in prisoner of policy" among the-services gov- The recommendation was made Some congressmen have intro- sometimes selling above net as-
He also said the results of the earning the conduct of American by the State, Defense, Interior duced bills calling for such ac- set value (at a premium), some-
study will be used to set up a prisoners. and Commerce Departments fol- tion. times below (at a discount.)
more effective training program The official policy of all serve. lowing a secret, two-year study. It is not known exactly why Shares of open-end compan-'
for U.S. servicemen so they will lees is that prisoners should tell They concluded that, while rela- Mr. Elsenhower turned down the les generally available in un-
be better able to cope with Comrn. ore than name rank an4 se- tively little is known about the proposal, but rMany officials are limited quantity and the com-
rial number, but tere were re- south polar region, the United known to feel-such a move would pany Is committed to buy back'
ports during the Korean War that States would be wise to lay for- create considerable friction be- all shares submitted for redemp-I
ImelicIdly servicemen were told mal claim to some of it. tween this country and allies tion. Sale and redemption prices
su i t FI not to treat this regulation tooee se- Adm. Richard E. Byrd, veter- whose claims already cover most are based strictly on current net
., E riously If the )alternative w as of Antarctica. asset value per share.
Communist torture.
ome defense officials feel this I Seven nations now have Subsequent columns will con-
and Istrict rovision of the Geneva l ClS R s claims-Britain, France, Austra-sider more specific aspects of
D Conventn neversigned by the lia, New Zealand, Norway, Ar- both types of investment com-
FURNITU Communists, is an unrealistic hh g ntini and Chle. Many of pany.
standard in the face of Red meth- CiM na W W Raen tU, ese overlap.
-. at -- ods and an open invitation for a In' addition, Russia has ex- NA ite
prisoner abiding by he provision H a ii old rl pressed Interest In the region al- N oS (
VX6 U Id to ~be subjected to torture. 1 H11arsh fa houh it has not claimed any .
IX~ouse old .Varios new approaches have / territory. One reason the gov- r M
been suggested such as allowing CHICAGO, Aug. 3 (UP)-Dag ernmenstudy was kept quiet sol Ug H San A ua l
captured soldier to talk if they Hammarskold, eretary-GenraonI was to avoid tipp off the
Sof" the, N Nationa Union of a ndoctr a o .
wih Ji r I. om connect false InfermaJon to avoid weakeis the UN, bt that TheUnited states es not t
M 'Desks ....... 3.0 torture. the time may not be pe for recognize any of the claims and SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Aug. 23
N3iht Tables ....... 8.50 considering China's admittance, reserves the right to make claims (UP) A Negro master sergeant
ble ed. from.. 19.0 Cornell Starts Secial Hammarskjold add r s s e d a in the future based on past was decorated today for his de-
he Cabine. from.. 1925. Cornell Starts Speia meeting sponsored by the Chicago' American explorations. termined stand against, Commu-
I Aner:prin Mat- LaW-Business Program Council on Foreign Rqlations and The last time the United nit indoctrination during 30
resss ... ITHACA N. V. (UP rnell the United Nations Association o States staked a claim to unown- months he suffered tortures in a
b with Mi- University has Ucombined business greater Chicago. ed territory is believed to be Aug. Red prison camp.
TW ............. t 1.50 and law in a new four-year gra During a question-and-answer 28, 1867, when It took possession Eight hundred trainees march-
Sidebards .......... t." oate program period ke was asked for comment of Midway Island in the Pacific. ed In review at Brooke Army
S with Mr- Cornea President Deane W ogram. on a recent statement by Sen. The Interdepartmental group Medical Center in honor of Mas-
re ... ......... 22. Cornell PMaott said te progrDeame W. William F. Knowland (R-Calif .) which studied the problem feltter 8gt. Joe N. Black, 50 of Co.
Vanwty asd Stool ... 35. signed "to meet a growing need who said the United States should that not nearly eoubghl t known lumbus, Oa.
Chinte Closets ..... 25.@ for executives who understand 11 out of the UN if Rd -China about the Antarctic and there- He received the Oak Leaf clus-
Yo Dth Beds ......... 34.50 both the law and also the problems 3sadmitted. fore no one can be sure of its ter to an Army Commendation.
CeltIdrhels Whd- of administration in large, modern Hammarskjold said it was not future. Neverthelep, the group Ribbon from Maj. Gen. William
robesof adm............ 22 oinistration in large, modern within his province "to comment recognizes that Ahtarctica con- Shemboro, commander of the
robes ..........i 2.a or atons." on the domestic policies" of the tains valuable minerals. In ad- medical center.
Also REFRIGERATORS The program will allow students UN's member nations. But he edition, some knowledge is now The citation said it was "for
an AS STOVES to combine work for the bachelor added: available about Palmer penlnsu- his fortitude and Inspiring devo-
SY r ta Comer- ub administration. Five years "It is an anomaly to have a very. south of Argentina and the tion to duty and to the princl..
Usete r'eutCard for tie ordinarily would be required to ob- large part of Asia (Red China) coastal areas of the polar cap. ples of democracy."
Sredt Ca for the ordinarily would be required to oh unrepresented in the UN. It is a Since,other nation are press- Black, whose wife, Julia, was
Small Dow me We t the degrees separately. weakness." Ing claims for the region, the here for the ceremony, was a*
Group recommended the United platoon sergeant with an all-Ne-
Traffi c Matters Get He.said this does not mean that states formally announce a gro 9th Infantry regiment of the
ftr n k the either agrees or disagveeq with claim to its rights. The an- 2nd Division during the war in
omj^te shRS I natu m Asaska Knowland's- views, announcement was to say these Korea when he was captured In
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (UP) "Perhaps the time is not yet rights lay within certain boun- December, 1950. He was helping
r City police can't decide what to consider membership of that daries of Palmer peninula but protect a withdrawal when he !.
Charge they should place against part of the world in the UN," be would not stake claim to all was captured.
of' 'tA'a motorist-auto theft, leaving the said. the land within the boundaries. His legs and feet were frozen L
^ sceedi of an accident or taking the Hammarskjold said the issue This was an effort to avoid during his imprisonment and he
accident away from the scene, stems from a conflict begween two antagonizing other nations and has been under treatment here.
I S F OLThe motorist apparently locked ideas expressed in the UN char- to notify them the United States He weighed 185 pounds when he
HOU S E L D bumpers with a car belonging to ter. would be will to work out awash captuted buronly 125 when
EXc H A N GE the Territorial Department of Wel- One o these, he said, is the solution to overw i ng claimstw he was released.
teL: t -01 are. then smashed the grill and principle of "universality," which sol o pp c he w rease.
hL: 3'-4911 towed the vehicle for two blocks holds that all nations should be *
41 Nat on4 Avenue with the locked bumpers before given a voice in UN affairs. .
(Aute Row) separating the two cars. The opposing idea, he said, is
w AYCASH O R There is one important catch to that of the "Big Five," allowing Q f N T
t hn v M r^ ~ it. First the culprit must be the five largest members to ex.
TOUR cLDFUNITURE! I aught. Police have no idea who he ercise a large measure of control 0
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S NEW DELHI it','-A FI'rench, esquel. situated 5.000 feet above
archeological expedition to Af- isem level--on a 20-square mile pla-
S hanistan has discovered a citybe- teau. at the base of whlih is a
Beved to be almost 5.000 ears old ,broad, dried-up river bed. The
S O10 feet beneath tie country's area. now almost inaccessible, is
'sondy wastes in the I .us Valley i.urrounded on three sides by high
about 500 miles south of Kand- mountains he said. Some distance
* share. an Indian member of the ex. away as the small town of Mun:
petition said hete. 'dijak, where the temperature rises
T.ie Indian, 50-year-old Sumsa- to 80 degress in the day and drops
ra nglha Kpviratne. an engineer at!to below freezing at night.
the Hindustan aircraft factory in Already, he said, two sites have
Bangalore, accompanied the team been excavated, together covering
led by Dr. John-Marie Casal. an area of one square mile. It will
aviratne said the work has betn take about five years to complete
'4 spended until September be- the work, according to Kavitratne.
,bause of bad weather conditions. j
The side was the oldest yet dis- Modern Touches
seovered in Afghanistan, and the
type of houses, roads, pottery and I He marvelled at the preciseness
rude bronze statues already un- of the architectural deiill of the
earthed indicated that the city was ,buildings and the almost modern
...-;a contemporary of other Indus! aspects of the pillars corridors and
Valley cities which flourished steps. He claimed that the build-
.- leanrly 5,000 years ago. a4ings were so well preserved that
lie described the site as pletur- even the white rlaster, the red
---- Ibricks and the paint on the walls
were still to be seen in their vivid
colors. He said that the discov.
NI T series indicated that the civilization
was of the early Paleolithic era.
This theory has been supported
by carbon tests of organic matter
taken from the site which placed
Sthe period at about 2,000 to 2,600

Written for NEA Service While he could not bring as
, many relics from the ancient ci
S. he was able to show a well-p
NORTH g served piece of pottery.
Kaviratne said that he was fii
9 4K.107 invited to join the French team
1 0K1076 1915, but after several months
104 search he had to return to I
6 A5 I work at Bangalore. Shortly aft
WET EAST wards the other members, inch
6 A 8 5 6 10 4 2 ing Mme. Casal, archaeologist w
VQ9 2 V J4 of the leader, and M. Dumarci
SJ72 *A 6 3 | an expert in ancient architect
4 K74 3 4 K 802 discovered the historic site. 1
8 OUTH (D) Casal. he said, had set out on I
6. Q 3 expedition on the assumption ti
S2there' must be other cities of ce
K9AOS temporary antiquity with the
SJQOa 8dus Valley cities. This, he sa
had now been proved.
Neither side vul. The headquarters of the misi
South West North East is at Kandahar, second largest ei
S1 Pass 1 Pass in Afghanistan, about 500 mil
I N.T. Pass 2 Pass north of the historic site. IKa
2 N.T. Pass )N.'. Pass ratne made another trip thisL y
Pass Pass and spent two months with t
Opening lead-4 7 team.
S* * The expedition 'Is. financed
S .--. -.... .... -. "the French government. Kavirat
... said the whole dramatic story w
t When today's hand was played not be fully .unfolded, for anothi
i* n a recent tournament, a club was four or five years.
opened at most tables. Sometimes
he West player opened the seven T,..
. clubs, the "top of nptiing," and New Treatment For
in some cases West opened The low- Wro Under. Watr
est club, adopting the principle of Wood Under Water
many leading experts that a low ITHACA N Y -(UP)-A Cc
card should be opened from such ITHACA, N. '
ard l opened frnell University professor has
on few S iavised a means of treating wood
wo., W1S plyeJ x.under,.p., s treatines ,

ee 1
i to win fast trick h John C. Ayers, associate rofe
buthnext led a spade, West play. sor of oceanography, conducted
-1 the ace at once and led another periments in which treated we
S sb, forcing out dummy's ace. remained free from borers aft
now hag foutr destmwo than two years in the water
south now hadour spades, two The wood is soaked in solutiO
hearts and two clubs. He needed of copper sulfate and sodiu
a diamond as his ninth trick, but hydroxide. The method is bei
Se couldn't get it. As soon as de. stuhydroxide. Thfor use in proteting feni
larer touched the diamonds, East studied forest use indergrotecting fenbact
"ut up the ace of diamonds and postI against underground bact
SrAn the rest of the clubs to defeat ":r.
*&,the contract. I
tA One declarer saw this danger Traffic Violators Get
,nd concocted a very ingeious
L,,. ay to make his contract. He won A Look At Wreckage
i'Me first trick with the ace of clubs
A,, aPstead of trying the finesse. He SYRACUSE, N. Y. (UP)
'dext led the ten of diamonds from Traffic court Judge Truman ]
the dummy. East casually played Preston has a noval idea of brin
a low diamond naturally assum- Ing to the attention of traffic vi
,I ng South intended to try a finesse lators the seriousness of the
a that was bound to lose, crime.
,vo South was not actually trying to
finesse. He merely wanted to steal All speeders, Preston said, wl
a diamond trick before developing are apprehended will be broug
his spades. When South put up the over to the smashed auto dispel
to' king of diamonds, it held the trick in Clinton Square to impress up<
nndshe was now practically home. them the necessity of safe driven
Declarer switched next to the The display of wrecks was a
queen of spades, forcing out West's ranged by the Rotary club.
ace. A club continuation gave de-
clarer his second trick in the suit, Sportsmen Stack Up
01 and he could now run four spades,
two hearts, two clubs and the one As Law-Abiding Group
"- diamondd trick that he had stolen.
East could have defeated the ALBANY, N. Y. (UP)-If yo
contract by putting up the ace of hunt and fish, chances, are goo
:| diamonds at the second trick and that you're an honest, law-abindin
returning a low club. Later on, citizen, according to one deduction
jvt;xWest would have to take the firsi A Knox County, Tenn., Jalle
round of spades with the ace and J. T. Jones, in a report tot 1
b ad his last club. Wildlife Management Institut
This defense simply didn't occur said that less than two per cei
4.to East. I don't really wonder, of the 20,000 persons committee
since in my opinion it would occur over a period of years to count
to very few experts. Preston has a novel idea of bring
Q .- With both sides vulnerable, Ing license.
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/ 1n~, t., ,ue r om eIn-lseeoal.e- "w e. the Pan- Emperor and m re of JatS
ier Chu n-lal. ty alone talMo. took their first lane ride to
,, PJ j. 41 t & hadeteneIree l- Ie dance, wkjdb I) also lnan airliner. lted by an Oh.
'a 3 "" WJ 4 ; Ch u h --p r ,.ad.. feature music b % lf Herre- lahoman. =
'S- ..0740 a.074 3 ra orchestra, I u eleduled to The mpertaIlcaple wn ofrth
Sen he has te Oge underway at p. the Islandof Hokaldo in north
Sn a te Arc ara, who is btue0 s the ern Japan, where they had be
Miss X tA ~tS~ AINN NCTS =20PAT 0t he 4t Unkd Fruit excesses in Septmeber ad s Latin AZercan Olm ller, has onathree-weke tour, to TIoI= .
bG MfUft.edeUto oIsbeen the thmussh imce A .. C pt. Claude Tuer
1slR-kG MApaIAGiE 14tT i to rPaconveae o t pat Paasy elf Okla., a Wold ar AM:
SE1ember.iu2sp HEY i layinCg rata
JBonaesBbter fMr-at dMn. C. Jonmes O DeraM Party ain rMe Odervers said Nehru may Hotel I an u Ths will be a nd at eranvous wiot amll the "bi aan-
So it t a rrhl ry Mr. John Arthur Key, san Of Mr. aMd a U arold White Ulze the recess for the trip, frst d probably This wionly be nervous with all the "big Japan-
o jtr ra. rthr iG. ey otf t. tLta Missaouri, has Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Wf hi first ad probably his only ese brass" on board his Japan
c 1e : 'i hdantr for her wedding on Satr? y at the were heored with a buffet dia. pPWtermae - the Atlantic Air Line plane.
Fort Aador Ch .e rt in the Re O f the rt Kobbe Officers' Open aide. "My hands were sweating a
fFortto m wl. bjwIpisop4 Car4Hn of O Svor es .little arld It wasn't because of
Mtis A4RIade wU he rwea Ds er of uNew' Crihstb,' on Thursaday o t the heat he said.
aid e-1iwer, and Miases VB-hoss Constaance Ca"eron er HoCnored guts at Wee t at he eM W. F. -fl..e rr Mrs The plane's first offleer was
21 4ml in 8m e and Miss CtoMauce Calderon daugh *- wersld W. K. MEiMS,A.,r "; Sidney Joainer ofChb Tex.
et eM wi seWayer of Mr, Manuel Caldeon and 4r and Mrs. White are leaving wife of Lt. Gen: W. KI Hjrr; L. ,ah Po i and Mrs Traveling with the Emperor
SM. Costace Byrd Caldero of ne Moda, aeMr. White Lionel C. rt, ,,t Mrs. L. and his fe on the brieftwo
a3 w-.ie l. i.-wreee PalaPoinwilbeonordto retirement o eUnited Fdt wf of MaJ. Gen. Lionel Co M e.of ; rs C.urros, guest hour trip were the chiefs o to
M oae N c are k Gr- night at an informal dinner V06 Coiaw they pn to live ...rrMrs.W.4f T. pon; and national ad palace police,
bo, R0 Hat Edar byMisseBerths ad Estea de rga Gen. W Laidlaw, and Mrs A Jenpigs guest at Mrs Minister of Transporttnn, he
-, 1. Q uardia rather rieadence a ._ . A. Coste, wife of Brig. o, Jr. ar line's piurldent and 1 pala
ud er la& Vista as, s A stGn. N. A. Costello.
gdusor dinnvler tNsAi-AeDdvenr. rynoat
tkL forsW l tavitataos Sttdeat Nnrse Arrives On occasion of the wedding' an- In the receiving "line were the
wUi e its*l the Miss Mary Hannigan, daughter nlversary of Mr. #ad Mrs. Rob. nod sts and Mrs A G
WtoaitAed to at- of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hannigan ert Douglas, Mrs. C. Leroi Les- eat Mrs. E. ChildrsA. and-rs. T
.wedb rtecep. New Cristobal, who has c.m-ser gave a -dinner partyat ort S Walker rr.
SArte m ato Navy Clb pleted two years of purses train- Gulick g Saturday evening., Hostesses for the luncheon were
t, t Aiadr afterwards, i at N'agara University, Nlaga s, A. G. Elegar, Mrs. N. J.
S t raFalr, New York, arrived Satur. Afre t t. Male Nudts, Mrs. E Childers, Mrs.
AMONGI FTH GAY PAlRTIES day night by plane to spend four GI Coaetrt .S. SWall.kr, Mrs. W oPat e ers, 1_ b GE N
glyea Saturday eveaiag was taetweeks on the Isthmus. Tuf1 1 a Batb nMrs Mis, Mrs. W. Rolted W hen buying G EN U ]
r-saiset by the Deefer s Wives; Tea.To..e l Alfredo De Saint-Malo, one of Mrs W. Weands, Mrs. L-D Led-
b to welcome new member Swiver Tea To Be Held Lati America's most e .... better, and Mrs. R. B. McGhee.
ca te ,tal.t *t It t am iosp Dy Coral Chapter violinists will be resented in con. The dining room and tables were
l and te lades. About 31 Coral Chapter O.E.S. will have cert at the USO-JWB Armed beautifully decorated with exotle
.ey ed the affair at the' a silver tea at the Selbert Lodge Forces Service Center in Balboa Plants, fruits and flowers of PJa-
.- i Cl*tb, Ft. Amador. in Gatut on Sunday from three 10 at 8:00 p.m. Professor Hans Ja. ama to carry out the theme of
, "ga ead Mrs. Da. six in the afternoon.it, who is a member of the guest speaker, "Jungle im"
vid a sr a served as eochatrnse. A musical program will begin faculty of the Conservatory of Prece. Mr. Price related some of a
Wrs. Hull. companist. rlen and San Bias Indians. Slides
c I a 4 nMReturn nMbon Europe di the Indians and of: Pana ma O wl b h c is e n-s
Eit r Son Italian Ambassador to Pana- he artist has had successful were shown. (Only official Ford Mercury -
M da,d Mrs. Robert f. Hull na, Baroi Rosset Dessandre and tours in Europe, the United
f OldCristobal entertained at Baroness Franca Rosset Desandre States, and Central and South A- Other guests at the luncheon ont di Pacif
their home on Saturday afternoon returned yesterday aboard the S. nierica where he appeared as so- were Mrs. E. G. Owens, guest of
for th son D o the oc- S. Limon from a vacation in Eu. lost and in point concert withMrs. N. J. Nudts, Mrs. Lucille Lowest prices (no five percenters no middlemen)
c~sion of* ~lsixth brthday.. _-rope. artists aid orchestra of Panama. Martin, Mrs. Evens, Mrs. Helen
*,bout 20 young friends enjoyed 'The program will b of varied Roberts, Miss-Lila Roberts, gusts 2. Complete confidence in getting ONLY genuine parts
entertainment built around a ..Interest ad versatility, of Mrs. W. E. Cheatham; Mrs. 3. Factory warm ty
pil e r,,son tmotf, Balloons-Farewel Dm The pDnlh e be puf the Cdnal bhe Bowser and Ms. Fraik Mil- w F Bw ny Wsralry
were given .as vors FaeweB Diner !Zone and Pananla is cordially in. ler, guests of Mrs. i. C. Pittman;
weren honor of Mrs. Adolfo Arias vital to attend. General Edmis.- Mrs. S. B. Schoomaker, ges#u of
'Motoring from the Pacific Side Jr. who left on Saturday for Li- sion Is one dollar for adults, fifty Mrs. W. L. Hickle; Mrs. Appel
for the gathering were the young ma, Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Jaime de ceits for students. There is no ad. and Mrs. Hoyt, guests of M r s.
honoree's paternal add maternal la Guardia Jr., gave a dinner on mission charge for military per. M. W. Arps; Mrs. G. Wapple,
yrandtareuts, Mr. and Mrs. C, Friday evening at their residence sonnel. guest of Mrs. W. C. McHugh;
Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Morris in Bella Vista. Mrs. J. J. Kotalik, guest of Mrs.
C. Osorio. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel be Officers Wives 3. B. Flores; Mrs. Robert Glock,
RK. Stemple and their young son Wedding Analversary Celebration Have Honored Guests guest of Mrs. C G Kaiser; Mrs
came ever also. Mr. and Mrs. Raul Garcia de The Fort Kobbe'd Off ice r s' Thomas Kelly and Mrs Stanley
Paredes of Golf Heights celebrat- Wives Club held their regular Adams, guests of Mrs. C. 'M.LAST O
Baby Girl Bore ed their Crystal Wedding anniver- monthly luncheon Thursday, at Goetz; Miss Virginia Sch lt s s,
f former Isthiamns sary with a dinner dance at the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. May Golf Club on Saturday evening. i
of sinr Burnett, Texas, announce -- l Watch our ads. Check on prices daily; reductions sti
the birth Of a baby girl, Dorothy Mr. had Mrs. Floreac.le esa
Jeannette on Aug. 20. Mrs. May Howor Marques and Marquesa
is the for i r Patricia Grace Neck. .The Marques and Marquess de
ar of Cupndu Heights. Coatrillo were honored on Thurs-
day evening at the residence of
M rnal ndparents od Mr. loienco lcaza in Wh a t
f^red .'- .Ne r,1 fir, jof. T I st a 04.coca l party.I /h,
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ay point on the flight the -m- the Emperor Wd ti crew to
eror and hi wUife let their ti circle hlU ivalebeof" lae dltl
eror and hiS wite left theit"rl- a(t inteanl Apors. -
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ad came forward to watch smoothh all the wa."


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ATTENTION .L 1. Just built modern
furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurniih-
ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments.
o n t a c t Alhombra Apartments,
10th Street. Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Apartment above Co-s
tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue No. 141. Inquire Central The-
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hi Ocnsid cotes, Santa
Clara. ox 435. Blbo. Phone
Pooma 3-1877. Cristabol 3-1673.
Gramlich Santo Clara Beach cottages.
Electric refrigeration, goa stoves.
Moderate rates. Phone 6-441 or
4-567. .
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. on mile post
Santo Clara. Low rate. Phan
Boalboo 2-1866.
BESTPLACE for y.ur family's summer
vacafin! Comfortable Club Cam-
pestre 'in cool El Voile. Only 80
miles from ferry. Niwly .remodled
udder American management. Call
Tivoli Travel Agency, 8 Tivoli Ave.
Tel. 2-0465.

FOR SALE :-Ag|w d Beerben, Spe-
cial Club Reserve Sctch. Royal
Mounted Cenedian Whiskey, Rise
Certes and Castle Club Gin. At may
her or bedege. Your Destilders
A sale of merchandise will be con-
ducted on the 26th of August, 1954.
Mar., Corps Exchange,' Rodmon Nov.
Station. Bids will be accepted on any
one, or all of 4 lots up to 25th of
August, 1954. Merchandise to be
sold: Greeting cords, articles of cloth-
ing, jewelry, figurines, Xmas decora-
tions, mechanical toys (children's),
women cosmetics.
FOR SALE:- Girl's bicycle, full size,
excellent condition. House 875.,
Morgan Avenue.
FOR SALE:-1951 Studebaker, good'
condition; buffet; dining table,
metal. Call Ponama 3-4932.
FOR SALE: 2 matching washable
lamp shades (plum color ) $3.25
both; 1 Isteamer wardrobe trunk
$25; land atop Cerro Campana.
Balboa'3631. '
FOR SALE: t'- Lawn mower, gasoline
driven, 18" blades, like new, with
2 spore V belts, grass accumulator,;
$98; bicycle, man's, 26", basket,
rear seat, new spore tube, spore
tire, spore pedals; seat cover, $26,
American made. Albrook 86-7225.1i

FOR SALE-.Table rr#Wel ZenithW ra
dio-phoanotaph,;S:.yepvs old. 60..
cyrla' $50; Ko4'ichwr *lde pro-
lector,: 60-cycle', $1 5.Phone Balboa
Claoy Products Company, Inc. offers
you sority.%wrvs4mwtre- color:.
Water a hlitwJl .
hoa i A'g ,''t; .e.'. 30.50
Lovatozr. cor.nplete with
hardware .-, .; ." .. b, 17.00
Bidets complete with hardware 28.00
Vie Ispef* # 97 47- P.O. *ex'77s
Telephone 3-010 Panama, R.P.

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German rearmament as part of
the North Atlantic Treaty Or-
ganization, ift the European Ar-.
tiy idea is junked.
A German buildup 'has been
France's major objection to the
European Defense Community
treaty. Yet President Eisenhower
and Dulles were said to believe
that by rejecting the pact-
France would be throwing away
a grand opportunity for Euro-
.tan unity with control over
German rearming.
Diplomats here said a "situam
tion of great gravity" has been
created by collapse of the Bras-
sel# conference over reviSons In
EDC proposed by M en des -
An administration spokesman
said yesterday that the State
Department is planning no
moves- to pressure France Into
ratification of EDC while the
vttal debate is going on. The
ibate is scheduled to start Sat-
turday with a showdown vote
expected Sept. 1.
However, it was recalled that
Mr. Elseubower has promised
to keep American troops In
irpe if EDO is ratified as an
Indumement to French appro-
UB. spokesmen also did not
rule out the possibility that ape-
elal ambassador David K. E.
Bruce, who sought vainly to ar-
ra a compromise at Brussels,
t be called home to advise
the president and Dulles oa the
latest crisis.


: Houshold Automobiles
FR SALEf-8,tables, folding I Ift. FOR SALE:-1954 Chevrolet Belair
y 33;L 150 chars cak For church.i Tudor, push button radJo, w/s/w
dog o ca r-anizo On. Phone tires, leather and nylon upholstery,
-atun 189 or 319. tan and b eige, new condition
...........$2000. 0813 Plank Street, Blbo..
e n Phone 2-3654.
FOR SALE.-_7-piece Chinese ebony .__-.- ---------
RvSLngroomc set $350. 5 st Street FQR SALE:-1953 Ford-6 Custom-
,Phone 3-31 t I line 4-door, 2 tones, superb condi-
P.ho.ne .-. tion. Information: Phone 83-6185.
FOR SALE --Owner left country, sell. -- --.-.--- .
S ng 25-cycle refrigerator, placed In FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile Fordor
cfbco. Very good condton. Coll Super 88, Hydromatic, two-speak-
S o 3 3309 -o g er radio. dual exhaust, Continental
........ ... tire, two-tone, other extras. r.
,,, ,nr Bemnhardt, Albrook 3185 or 4175.

FOR SALE: -- nhI'e ma,'.,,y .... -
toble and three chairs $40; double
bed. 2 night stands. che't of dra.w-
e a. vonitlv nd rckmg 'hoair - ola
r S'.i.ogciWit,?C. RLA, Rutc '
Fpo'r E : .-ca. f t. coe ur',,t rn
t ri r;r,]i r. o ar ccr' t' c' ,
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b" cle, triocy* Tel. 2-3 ., Ba'

a--nrlfl opartmen, D P t brir N o. -me.. w-
furnished. For further details coil
Zubieta: 3-1802. 3-3337,
FOR RENT: New three-bedroom
ioume mLapartment, living and dininaroom,
..... maid's room, hot water. Telephone
.'CR RENT:--koomn, furnished, Fourth 3-2279.
of July ,vcnue: .ne beioonm wln ----.-- --
b i. y. nusi .irnng.oom w. kitch- FOR RiNT:-Furnished or unfurnish-
be.t., a..ir eneu .tolem 1r one ed one bedroom apartment, with
c.. to per.t ons, e j. Tel. 2-492 smoji kitchen, bathroom, porch. For
or twopersons, T .information see Fobrega, East 20th
or ". j M. .]A M. 10 ... #l "M.rcad

tJIeer INU. 1. re oro erCaoo
Vasco". 10:00 to 12:00 noon and
3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Apartment: Two bed-
rooms, two services, two bathrooms,,
hot water, completely furnished or
unfurnished. Ave. Cuba No. 58.
Tels.- 2-1227 3-3329.
FOR RENT: -- Unfurnished or partly
furnished modern attractive 2-bed-
room apartment, residential section.
44th Street No. 22, Apt. 4. Phone
2 -0335. ___
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart-
ment, furnished or unfurnished;
best location. Price reduced. Call
FOR RENT:- Furnished apartment
Regular transportation. North Amer-
ican neighbors. Tel. 3-0471.
FOR RENT: New modern I-room!
apartment; stove and refrigerator.
furnished. Tel. after 6 p.m., Pano-
ma 3,4242.

S'rC! I AN FOU IIS l., EN-Furnbheo large, clean,
cc"oi lOin.i; o0 rnonaer coi,.eniences,
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FP#1 eTIMATES Re;rnc l,oo no an r. I , ..... ,v e o_
liso- Decorating Ca: EUREKA.I lor e;. -
Int Dcor3 FCiF< KENT:-Furnished rooms, mar-
S, ~t i ead couple. Kitchen privilege. Ref-
E, 'J!SION to Cartcgena, Colombo e.o-e.e ,t ,,eal No. -., up.
A'u~qtt 2-th. returninmq 2th. e,.. t; ~sreet
rourd-rr.p. r r reservations ca .Vi .s a
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tIw4i a'rATs or Am3RICA ,
D o ftet The Canal Zone
U aed tW D etict Clrnt:ree The
Ja 'k i ota. Plaintiff 'v. Mar rel
WIdZ m I etndant. -. Summons
Co N. CivH Docket 20. AdUo
To, the aLbove-naned defendant:
You are hereby required to a r and
answr the complaint filed In the abov-
Utled acon within ninety days after
first. lblcation.
In 'case of your failure to so appear
and jukwer- Jidwment will be taken a-
ja ou6 by default for the rel'efde-
Ins ed in the complaint.
W INSS the HonorabJe Guthrle .
CroVe. Judge. United Stat Ditstriet
Sco for a-the District of the Cana Zone.
th"s ?usust S5 1954
c. T. serm crk,. Jr. clerk
y o H. Lee. Jr. Deputy Clerk
To Ma0ro Wideen Simon:
Th foreog sn ummons is served upon
yo0 IowUIlication pursuant to the order
f' able. Guthri t CroWe.
lh citedd States District'Court taor
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
Ausust 4. 1154. and entered and filed in
this action in the ortice of the Clerk of
tid United States District Court for the
Division of Balboa. on August 4, 164.
C. T. MeCemCrk. Jr. Clerk
By H. U. Lee, Jr. Deputy Clerk



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Republicans, Democrats
SI %

Set Fall Campaign Stage

WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UP) such a poor record that the Re-
I-Republican and Democratic publicans "ou ht to be benched."
leaders fired sharply conflicting He defended the Congress' ac-
appraisals' of the' 83rd Congress tion in voting to outlaw the
today to set the stage for a bit-' Communist Party because it is a
ter Fall campalg for control of 'conspiracy" and, not a legiti-
the next Congress. mate political party. He describ-
Chairman Homer Ferguson (R- ed the legislation as "the most
Mich.) of the Senate GOP policy effective blow against Commu-
committee said in a statement nism'in a long time."
prepared tor 4he United Press Morse said Senate liberals led
t. that .the Eisenhower adminis- the move to outlaw the Commu-!
stration and the Republican- nist Party partly because they
steered 83rd "worked together have been nursing a broodingi
for peace, preparedness and resentment" against conservative
prosperity." Republicans who, he said, "have'
But' Senate Democratic leader been seeking to give the people
Lyndon 8. Johnson (Tex.) said the effect thatliberal are soft
In a parallel statement that a on Communism."
Congress could be judged only by
what it does to promote peace
and prosperity. The statement Natural nH St y
reflected his belief that the OOP
ha nothing to boast about: o 0He r LUcture
President Eisenhower will give
the nktloz his. report on the a- On Panamn Birds
achievements of the 83rd congress
In a radio-teleoision speech to-
nirhs fro- h ....mm.r White Members of the Panama CanalI
ni ght fro te er Natural History Society will hear
House in Denver. a talk Wamislday by Dr. Eu-I
Sen. Wayne L. Morse (Ind nl se an ay by Dr. Eu-
Ore.) meanwhile says President n E lY awe, p r"om a.
Eisenhower "again misled the oirw .. lawyer, on "Panama
Ople" in describing the us Bird Student's Paradise" :
pofi l economy as ". The talk will be given at the
I MonMec d o no mnln m,.nt hs, Gorgas Memorial Laboratorv at
Morse sai unemployment has a meeting of the society, sched-
basegoy p av tery spotty led to begin 8 p.m.

K I t o I trenfo Of pm
ris t mo eno pa, t i n i n mu nry ev ry year to study
his state are now at theiL high bird life ti Panama. Is regarded
et mpo d the s17. e Ad as the best Informed student of
In blamed the Zenhower Ad-hthe birds which abound on Ba-
purchasing power of the broad ro
bas e"of the American people. A .
few persons in upper income .Last Sur vor OfV
brakes, he aid, are now earn-Ol s.
inx more money, but most arel sa D s
m m- ade the statement In ,aD. I
radlo-televialon program, NBC's n France
eet the Press." TOURS. F r a n-c e, Aug. 23 -
Morse aid the administration (UP) l- !-e last surviving min.
!has esmphated that national sister in the cabinet of Czar Nich.
Income Icear`d' 700(,00O 0 I 1 e las II overthrown by Russia's
t'0e t six months of ths year, Communlst revolution died here
.compre d.to-the same period In at the age of it was announc-
(2. ed today.
But be said national income He was Prince Behablovekov
In adre- $I1SO,00,00,0 In the Minister of aIndustry and Com-
Ifrs sS months of 2IMe and M e-e In 117 at the outbreak of
I ,Agt0 St In the first half the Russian revolution.
R He was imprisoned e ver ll
Te IM and 1t63 figures, he times before making good hi, e-
at. the increase this year eape t France where be settled
m esly fis" theVZeyof the Loire in 1920
MM aMs pid it is cery s wife was w Jilled in a artillery!
to41 a f 0f amue N bsmhbsrdmhMt in IOU.
dStu "-! mae Sehaevabk ree e mly
PeI on ati tled S-c0
about his




unless they state in writing
that they do not want to. be
covered under the plan.
Q. What about employes who
are Insured under group. insur-
ance polcies through their u-
nions or associations.
A. Employes can. participate
in this program and 'continue
the insurance purchased thru
unions and associations.
Q. Are employes who retired
prior to the 'enactment of this

A. Va. "'
Q. When will MGM

A. Insurance is hd0eltotinued
on -eparation from service or
12 months after salary stops,
whichever occurs first. How-
ever, the life Insurance provi-
sions are continued if an em-
ploys retires under any Fed-
eral retirement system on an
immediate annuity, either .for
disability or after at least 15
years of, civilian service.
Q.' Then employee who quit
the government 'will lose their
A. That is correct. However,
the life insurance will continue
In effect for 31 days during
which they have the right to
purchase an individual life in-
surance policy at standard
rates from insurance compan-
les approved by the Govern-
ment. No medical examination
will be required.
Q. What amount of insur-
ance will the nemploye who
leaves the Government be able
to purchase under this pr6vl-
A. The same amount of his
coverage while employed by the
Government, or any lesser a-
Q. Will this right to purchase
allow an employee ;to buy a pol-
icy which wll givehim all the
benefits of his Governme.t In-
aurance, such as double ,*y-
ment for accidental death, pay-
ment for accidental loss n of
limbs, etc.?
A. No. The right of purchase
will be for the life insurance
only, without double indemnity
or dismemberment protection.
Q. For what amount will an
employee be imntred?
A. At ages below 65 years, the
Insurance will be an amount
that approximates his annual



The luxurious, new M/i IRAt-
ZIL MARU" of the 0.8. L Line
arrived in Balboa yesterday on
her maiden voyage to the East
Coast of South America. The
10,000 ton vessel has passenger
accommodations for .980 pas.
sengers and has a speed of 20
knots. Equipped with luxurious
public rooms, swimming pool,
barber shops, halls, salons and
all the most modern con-
venience,'the yessel will be in
the 0. K. Line's service from
the Far East to the South Amer-
ican ports of La Gualra, Belem,

Recife, Rlo de J.ae ,
Montevideo, and Buieos Ali
via -the Panama Canal.
vessel will, therefore, be a f
uent visitor at the Ca
des her ,regular. first a
tourist class passengers, th
"BRAZIL BARU" will transpo
some 500 immigrants per tri
between Japan and Brazil. Th
OX.K. Line also operated serve
Ices to New York. Europe, thi
Tar East and the. West CoaS
of th U.. S. The agents A'
Canal are Boyd Brothers, Inc.



Barbara Stanwyck m a k e s it
three in a row after, her mem-
orable performances in "Double
Indemnity" and "Sorry, Wrong
Number" with another tingling
excursion intq suspense drama
in Chester Erskine's "Witness to
Murder" which. opens Thursday
at the Central Theatre. And
seldom has a maid In peril fac-
ed a more suave and lethal ad-
versary than George Sanders,
the personification of evil ego-
mania. He plan& Barbara's de-
mise via -strangulatlon as cun-
ningly and blithely as a play-
wright penicilling in a scene.
In this interplay of violence
and passion the hunter becomes
the hunted: Mias Stanwyck, the
"witness" of the title;, is herself
victimized by'the accused. Fal
ing to convince the polee-in he
person of Gary Merrill, 'hard-I
boiled homicide lieutent thab
murder has been dine, -
Stanwyck is relintlely hurtled
into a defense of her own sanity.
A beguiled police aptain even
has her committed fort psychia-
tric observation vi us
with an insight 'Into a mental
hospital that is terrifying in its
ester Erkine's tightly-drawn
script explodes In a surprise

ending as exciting as anything
Hollywood has ever visited up-
on us. It is a fitting climax t
an offbeat suspense tale.
Needless to say, much of the
film's shock effect is as much
due to the magnificent lay-
acting of- Brbara tank
George Sanders and Gary Me
nh.* .Adv.

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tpr~ too b dpwered, by the IWe .Jal ar- t the tbeap paper QU.Mastan -emtpye
isntorow proMtalogs withoo tmdKd,-iZt he -iMtakgz more benefl .
ost t-uthat o bt their cov- than a V A y he will b In A. No, rpat idiSW
erAge will be reduced. suredfor .000. Ift e makes find It necea ary to 4
So more e w i n 000 a year, he will beneficiary. For thser
PA CIATION be insured 4,000 and so on. not, life fsurace and a
(See Insurance Schedule on page tal death benefits are p
Q. Who will be eligible to 6.) Ifhe la 6 years old or more, the following order of
participate In this program? the face amount of his insurance dence: (1). widow or w
A. Al Federal civilian qm- will be reduced by 2 per cent for (23 children, (3) pants, (
ploys the executive, legis- each month after his 65th birth- tate, and (5) next of kin s
lative, and Judicial branches day anniversary until a reduc-
and employes of the District of tIon of 75 per cent Is reached. PATMENT FOR IN
Column. Government will be The reauninmg 25 per cent will
eligible o participate except: stay- in effect. Q. How will an employ
(8i non tiaens stationed over- Q. Will an employee be able to for this Insurance?
y de ) les s ep ing arl w esn Insuraree than the a- A. The qptX.' to the ml
certain orportons under tie mount to which he will be enti- be deducted automzatiall
up ln of the Farm Credit tled? n care u his pay check each ay pe
Adminlstratlon and (3) em- must cWrry thil full O.WlIaem' yadhe'W U
ployeSeMir by t the the o
wel oth eion (after coai- Q i. W if the amount ,of i.aur- Itf at py ilme? t
auit e Ion ftI agencies) nbe dance tlhich an employee will A. No, 1I salary dedue
cause W condition sf employ- be en ld etdhane with ot an- will pay for his.day-to-d
Aitt, ch as seasonale emioy- tem Yes, it the change th the Q. If an employees 065
mrent. or par tim epl'e sannualrate or salary older when thi proranm
men -are suffletentif great. For exani- to effect, will defuctionW
Q. Will employee itn hazard- Pie, If-an emple easts $3,200 surance be made from his
ou0s occupation be excluded when -he entea ;the program, he arv?
A. An employee will not be 1s entitled to 4,000 worth of in-e A. No. He will receive th
ex ded aoly n the rounds sur e. his salary goes over surane without cost to
oui o ation will be entitled to $5,000 Worth Insurance after he re
Q. Will there be any bar to of insurance If It drops to $3,000 A. No. The life insurance
partpation because of physi- or blow but not to' $,00, he be free after retirement
cai condition, eae or jx llof be entitled to $3,000 worth Immediate annuity under
l ndtin. or oem- Insurance. Th changes In Federal rettreinnt syatenm
A. e dNo.owevesuranc nd coverage and salary deductions the 'for disability or after
p e .declines Insurane, and wil become effective In the pay years of cIvllitah service.
Shwants to participate, periodIn whih the employe's double Indemnity and dism
wil.haveto wait one year and salar ratechanges. berment (loss of limb or
then reduce evidence of in- .* hen will this insurance be slght) ortection will stop
surability through a medical pad out to the employee or is I 0. What will be the total
examination. Also, whenan em- pal out to the employee or is to the Government?
ploye declines to participate5 he surviyor(a)? A it is estimated that
will not be eligible for insur- A. Upon death of the employe, Governmet's coatwill e a
ance after he has reached the the survivors) will be paid the $22,750.000 per year, a4si
age of 50 years. face amount of the insurance. If that at leas1 T5 per cebt of
th man and wfe are the eath is accidental, twice the eligible employes decide to
Q: ifbothj'an and wife are 'face amount of the Insurance ticpate.
employedby the Government, will be paid. If the employee suf- Q. Is it possaIble that the
wi both be eligible? fears accidental loss of one hand, of insurance for employes ml
A. Yes. one foot; or the sight of one eye, increase?
Q. what about employes who he will be paid one-half of the A. Yes, but ft would require
participate, quit the Govern- face amount..The total face a- chang In the law to ncre
ment,' an later return amount will be payable to the the employee's rate of payimep
.They le elito employee for the loss of two ori Q. Will an iemploye be able
participate upon their return more such members or for the cancel this insurance later?
just as though they had not loss of sight of both eyes. A. Yes, at any time.
tbeen previously employed.
Q. What must an employee do
A. Nothing.Eligible employs SUPER PASSENGER VES L ARRI S
will be covered automatically,

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. MPANA A.u C" -,. AM m Z-,E', N AT T NMWSPArEB


Charlton Heston
Jack Palance, in


- CILL 11 "
Oam st on!
Plus: -
laO In- L m" .
East Sie Kidas

. ": itsu 3 -t: :l 'y p.m. .
A Complete GlaeataSgeW Program!
In WAU:'" OLOH !
Phas: "ALOHA NU"'

She danced to conquer her man's
heart... and destroyed herst
(la rseh with Spaaish subtitles)

* In His Oratmt. Adventure
'"Thunder Over The Plains"
with -


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'With -aat Side Kids

Brian Donlevy. in
"The Woman They
Almost Lynched"
Plus: -
"Perilous Journey"
with' Scott Brady

I. 'I D~1 i- II 1-

Double in Spanishl
"Orquideas PaaI "~
*Mi Esposa"
"Noches de odas"
"Juer canos"

SMountain Flk Buy eir Off The Cuff IN
TV Show Off The H ill Obsession" is doings
y' JAMIS F. AUG TON handkerchief business U.I. should
N NEA al Cen poadent retitle it "Magnificent SOBses
Dr.... ShaeM 8 ah e sion."
41, \M zygr Pt6VILLE, Pa.Aug. 23sh'-k-
S..--.. *- .. .. O a. u a irs o_ would you like to Ly -.e- Dorothy Shay says she knows
Dr. Eaga. 1Bleman A Now io servlc intheteer n, b, -e a Texan so wealthy he has well-
.Poe~ 1Jk4"sitiv. is MiHarrison appear. yor l wye onl-thoot
2elt. 01 1 Wla aswose Pa t, ne n o-well carpeting. h .
jieAi i -news, ed on myradio program last hbs..chosen "Panama.--l.rd ....atyor.f :@1 hone elec,.,t,.a
e ay i dent Pdl. ate subound trndat ? It'A not to After hi' r
nktAe o rrn spedderat mw peart le Eeaodio h J e 1 % b tdi n5?mOOtfhnl52 In ola -m De rad O'Connor said, "From now on
f lo .ui .to. he prn last week e day a p.m. re the ana mount us or rura areas I stA ek to last dtrs anu siuw
e u o "t Rp lma enrY to"" or .n a ris lThee W ASHrls."N, A
other ioe, Qurlng m vaca- no" iii iwa i CaMa Na~ur$ BLL ry Society. a 0houht America who girls.e
ci teC, th0 co' s artare lir ose he a ent sr T MaP o ut the Gorbes Meo b ay o etar thelatril i se heoe Athit __8

job "toeroe n -atoheC atthr et :almy lovr o wih e lew sa Becoreesillh
down -Ham the lat wlofithk he handle ers, and is e arulret lefore. cole istem n a o,
ed ae ha a tlIn l t" l h o t i the sIAlenu an brds. Otherwise, the wold oto
oth o, .. .r hpiie. aiss ndlwaoeosfinentioist ists tht.e th oiaert 0ia n This Year
mwr decides he 'll east-a oh ws-e a Twseiperh, *weh asi l -Crste nanonesm all."

corm snt, vith an equdly as.ge more than the years ld, there Anna WArHI Aubrghi, pert, (8-- -
f o sr (ut-m ey), starts to turn on him ied a be staou t tand sp es Cl it, he b iDe Var.niorethsn 300 telels. Aa rat heto r 1-
Like .- )ora ,. year old Italian actress, will have
e r a film left wall of the mrgue. Thest wall o a ras. eekly, estimate county ent residence but the measure

?i'y dowttrhe'letof waha t Mgger role in the laettdi and se ir antenna units now do er1a,000,- W todied in the house.
a tler produce. B picture and set to set and worT e, with different ed a sNumber x l tVolume f b of n lest ind eoundv s io r y to m ttee, sid House mem- B ^
i imat are rs bom to p and different py hoyto- the Smi nt an MiscelaneousCl. The greatest concntrtion o she will get a chance to be oMisse
wlc is the middle of thleight Tsis evry emars lectionraS agi s lm e account communityryst.t.befound ... Alberghetti ersonally-thei mnt -
liur edA ihfr pci esh a .peech as: "Po". feBa C ldn t mountain 1 d h w l e- awantp roved a private relief bill whihome. t

'forGlend Forrel and 'excep Talbot my raluse .proram lasrut wek," I Birds of ar CRu olorado Island, uarueit yte sho bprsinss n m wl d agred ate haeu only perma-
u t ret d o t" b bug it b remember all Panama Ca ." t is p Caforn WoSenate-approved bis dumg the
reporter d to eelf In the ie. plement of Mrs Sts ird New eeyestiatre Texa colorado adjournment drive. The committee

thby Aone Leer iteal r oalefl the r ue w tPnm Cmana units nr-w 0,- memberdsaid "the most deserving.
der wp wa a astne sense a blue, I rwae sntra Ithe a I n 1 i es o by u unes ant re bs ted tn d h o is
oa. a thn h s udt a beauty a: thology b Dr. tamann a pewush- here e s aytems In Can- .. A member of the House udicia. c

torahaduce a B ipatures "Poind ive It set append works, wth Miss r etes Number Volume a of leaps ,and boun. .- Mss Alberghery committee said House murder con- T l
or ua tovarsa bomn ehtae- Iar ail rap and diffe, program last mt recently y Dr. Alexander A meou, C Te greaterti concentratin f: a not& ing agalsAinster Miss1
t bhigt Ther t It oe im" out-o."G.arrist." Members ey brig guests tio RCA report waned orn and go home.s ald
e( idA dtor r' wgmeIaare alle kTne Tt oIti eo. Mdy apped goes the lmeetitl Ao Typonal of the commit o- or personal appearance.

&Ws to te eafio rweamlas r w ahi Dues far Bothe tatory Soelety rations la te-ne l Sondeted aT she ives a S angeles with
le orell and Taot t r s ,s rN e- Ha re ooa, o h .. . ao urmit e neto r ave he ce oy
l sultase i t laymyf nfthe li. element ofMrs. Sturth rs I athe aort o htse o. ,.s ad ern et de theSoaiter vi
the'ti~o tlofi With t8re er A f..Prcdue.ets untlutle a rtews'lea ao. e P n a'm" t pana m ermsid'the tose n" t I I
'is' very r1 tabts,,r. "b 'e "e. 30.-e a M

sWTh a u hs feeo r wte eothyk doh etn .th lrocal ied -rf .f- T da m .regth ato .. families .. Abrghetti dai nrote sifa ll thi
seMe wltlaer we Wabead amty thin this month and wr l convene at In ew section are aosem ion Can "'ol" "cat orr of y.

plate rywhie. a I appt number and that the home of Mr.was nmed for ae Hawai and Sour th Ame ra. community Ial.s a.ib PrtT y i urig
m istalaes Imiax actor's No. on other columnist is trying to hoe House 243-A, Coco olo, on ednes Antenna. Only a few hoa hve I
'ou collctJ i tisate r som e-' sheoarmwoiam ra r about last nt y 7: y pD. Ahlednge tie tellIsntone IierIs V i Thet inHoeleood as aem singeran
A re Aw lis I,,sotmooeb.ed....deth. it.tructedao m l sota rUts, om actress 'and has been drawing $50,-ud r
-iI t e c "m [. Then itn ev e s out- "es T ./ Members may bring guests toRCA reports .C UITY A o a.... : -c na tures and -Id i ,
oll ofemorue n D Beae khe HTmo Soet'l 150o toerOe t Sin her parents. Her mother is a form- I

wJ "a murdered girl. whl they preview "A Night Tor will hold its firt meeting flor the outh of the city. does the w, P er panist for the Suola Musicale Op
Sa coi e~idho ~f.rto the Crime." Fa season trn e lob the pt the home eral. A ofl Most systems pick up three Conse o rvatory, whie herather it
- "cene 'orCbera r at the eColJrty ,re. master antenna pictsf n "gnals four tatons includVHF ande o sertt

da ue of the W aentificat"eo and I epia fbr tge r oro t l eintg per. ter in Curundu from Philadelphia stations. 90 UH outets. Location o( the e r^.i wil enable Coniress to re-
P D e fteanthe te year.I -O miles away, and New ork 130 master antenna m edt rmi them remain in I Ii

Stamp C T mles distant. converts them anLaconia the tower Is seves uy ecass ne year. .

S. Mt T sends them along to viewers at miles distant from the nearest .... I
6 j ieti, pctresa-'thet to edwok The CarsN umbea Stap CVlub m ho m. t lls Albe ghetti have testified they I
1 anddi ffrIer kno- hold-nd its eguonlar meetingcl ate on Mo. than 90 per cent were ofinvoluntary members" of i
S- this month Library of convene at ity s wired action existing utility Community seFascist Party d u r n g
p- and thnIat i the homer ofn L es.a Dothy Pacer service through the cale which undr te jurisdiction of ty
FrC -esMO 0 ...I.t'OStWOf Allydplchr ater :30 sted p. it arriesnthe television federal Communications .1Wife Can't Bd Selp Up

we jet ar welcome new customer can loin the sys-mission. And Canadian co By Tearing Huband Down
Lini Miassuette is the ac swl be.a ni for crison .alleardOt. The Beta nSigma Phi sor.ty eountan, .ih t o the Wilke-arre area. tM ar1, 1955, temporary visas 40

S- tm within a matter of houra ruled recently that thre is noth-
plys mdered rl, w ey prevew A orll hold its ir meeting or the sth o ygeal in a system picking Some wives have the mistaken
en o e t he first word that he had lbMtoM t riy C- charge s vary in each commu- up a live telecast and eeing i s notion that the only way they can
1eB *p o PderaCeud a te tyear. the tes away, an New Yrk, to master aennas. may vary. I study the cases tearing
S t- e a F t of the oluer dista nt, converts them aLaconla NH., the tower seen egood busi
So Lahtrhad been rtd* s ~c. sends them alo.g to view me s at y oun business man who he neads nes judgment she has, Mrs.

hn ico rseit uisafeeovetofne ow hle : gtee.- wor coneee in almost the same up the community oerthere Brown is fond of telling how sheet O
artW stGhmnr Politicin abeICan Stamp Club wil home.

SWet poe lum in teo o. dtoner wl be served t a sn a telephone outlet and is a pra of te Na- wanted to buy a piece of property
,, wt i:301 t Library ofrie Jm City is wired on existing utility c n omunity yten ar ot, Brow count see

Son soa oaH,. nes y with oaat cable ich under the JUrisdiction of teOr Mrs. Smith wi not only take
F llo wsr atda Otto Jo hn EIast ard Ms adults interest in te sub- ealres, te erev 0l n d f '. Federal *Communicamiori. s h- tWife CanH ot Build s eranp Upin
..ar weloe.a mnee coutm e cnDn the yl- missrb ton. Anod a Canadiaon o r By Tear ing Husband Downo -
S- s an t l within a mat nommf hurs ruPled recently that terouldnet will always point out that Mr.

? tre -d KAigdts of ,Osab*s after signing up. ing Irlgeal in ad system piek ong Some wives have the mistaken' -
Tu Meet n Friday.. Charges vary In each commu- up a live telecaov and feeling j notion that the only way they canging
p In,.x J.2 (Up) -- o avee.- -- l Th h oaycadus Tet -t rrs .... a p caern es. n
Gei a K deserted came rm tthe he luncheon are i but vr pay an a- to ctors. ld prove themselves bety ter nothing
am hav a thener ir iatoy i Cerag ins.atWa.n ree s $12 i and oere their r husbands down. I
S d- itDk folloP wed the German Ixesrter.or M i.stry. Social l he Ape bi an....stroadsicat le
ecut h been in. Hamburg callg ancrs.Ena eJrtematte at:I on e OP te usins man who heads ness inability to understand

o wy blarl o, ee a Pan 3566, o Club Head- their own okids wh
dau hgter'a gand beforego r. aafm e u tc. m ssinmens Frt Ienson And there's nothing of tin htyphe of
ltyu West rl t po e t er dler will ed a 00 fashion a telephone outlet ad i also' r dt of t e Na- wanted to buy a piece of property
dIaynve, n "poni' bil' wty" s-T k owr ifl r 'clOck at thereaicane- o -i- story to pMr. Brownve that se can "see

at a double rol in n th Panther I through peath V ople" but heservice br husbande-
theo iat. M~ all.tr d r. Wr a i'lver will dis"s WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UP)-k e s east The bill gives Benson permission Or Mrs guSmible that he can be taken
he' to t an outsDom- at Thurs. Sept. 2 meeting of ta ete ry Era Ta e Beson a pair of home information about dairy and re t

ke.e of the Eat ne When the wom turns, it's prb- lian 'arrel Cie the Ba. work assignments in new farm support plas. Bu t the agriculture he ir Sneering Backfiresoo, u
r and i he were a Co- by because he ot instructions boa Uniloaon Churh. tion. A ommunity ple wertay andherwis top aide t always Under-
PdeI Wes n secretCo*timudity o- inute. thae Aormy and Navy Club t' Fort stem was orughnIed, proved Iit" W .M.l...ey' .... "Amid .e'r "mith thought she was making a.

muni at t was a well kept from the bck st. The group will gather at a.m. ear o n new price srt plans secretary True D. Morse, were Women who build them up
meu at e home Ms. George B. rr rice and dar cts. both on vacation this week and children some wives to-at their hus-

e. r Daniels, 572 Saon Juan Place, An- The billorders a to study oter officials said no plans had band's prove themsee ovetterlook one im-
nu s o. Mrs. George O Parker will I "the various method of produ been made. portant fact
Se e dev ton c ad ...e support" Suggestions to control produc-understanding with their
yesa W nt t nu i h o that miughe be d proprrt he Cu He dairy products have found The woman others envy is the
hA JTUESDAYs!. dee milk and ot dairy pducts. le avor with Benson in the woman eren wh is nothmarringed to a man
SWeekly i ames ar ched Specifically the seretary is or- e secret ry has said it whose wif that she c an depend on his
Smdes b ei role i W amey l lgdiscuss WSuainGTON, "a u 23 .the b il es -Benson aper o through people" but her husband

Li .. n led t.i l t Te30 at tte MWrgAt dTred to include in his rtudy so.h v ee difficult if not is so gullibl e th at he can be taken
e Ase Hed to ea outso- t r ta "rswl e laer eaI at 7' yelled "seif-he i taat would sible to exercise effective federal his knowledge of human nature.
ke. p a of the Eat ne ,en, its p-'llianarreol Cf the Ba. assignments it new arm support ps.ut the acul They don't envy the woman who
nt it was a well kt from the P.ok House, Aacon. f.oTm 'taxpayer to dairy farmers Under tye c ur rent price support finally convinces them that she is
Denies, 5 an Juan lae An- the mselves program sy the government props arter thanse overlook husband.e m-

to f-ro Phil -tel phia f rs. eg T ebek .a far ra nedson a ocds r bfected dairy tinces no purchastrg stoa r-er s -

L U S 1i .. of he ea fri. smle awa, pdop aw t Yo ar pl3 s ba tter, cbeese and y.JrI fat n for her own sake as well as
con.s Mres.r odily Parkeetl this yar the Nati ro n at 75 pe cot o the or b husband'sfact. It's a wise wfe

n Cr Ta b fmer *at the nM Prtmdalronedgtt on. It fir aing po r parky level. never n way runs her

A R .C A R A C st M c Tbe = e at C glu called for e stab !hmact of a B M has attooery .f set the husband down or shows him up.(
!9S "...." lp.m. fdrmer-oweprianep .. corer- support level ag low a Wper cent The easiest and beut wa- for a
Ssma aoide at the business alean tand ducts ia flasb s and sell sure aioquate scpples haefound The woman others envy cing them

aHIS ORmSTRo former Brs wdIy adst Wsith It whfe dpre ex.s Benamunia i aas ao- that the landed a husband who is
AAw- .w aro n lati, mAl vll n.bkak Alet ,cials thorsity to purchase fluid i k and ose w'e can prize eno
AnadultsInteretedind sub-r Ft il i it vted to atte ard.e Wd Co W o o m ny, understanding, anools and oer
SF e raring -- the man. It wsewl e aw't ed for non-profit institutions h wedge human nature.
S- Lovely Sing c te card rooma of the Tivoli Guest tanSined rovine 'support on Ben endor mon ow They don't envy the woman who
The _-_,_thataheh I dHoste, Agon. -- [om Ctaxparyer to dayI farmers. under ie current priceasupporfafinally convinces them that she isy can

-The Atlant Ca l- s selves program .ofe government propsthe mthan hear cent ofpaty scale forhusband
-- WT1 IVO hNE d.b utiaidtht att m sevb e in by I da s-i or d stairy produ.Mts ra ,.adsg the a w i w if
-R RA A.' 2 ( lA Z s rT Kbag Msf c at :tmus cause d M fthS a*c, budmistraeon'e siain tm pro- hb- down or shows hm up. be
-''fBnCaei-- Mrs. Plnyls Turner *110 pre-ation to m higo a s 30 e5f to 55,wnpantoconviceother% that she
saidbusinesms ilo.henpa .s" esure a_.oequang ebsiUnessm and smart is by convincing h h emrs.
H 'I odrHbeen atrantedduytBIfore wt i. adds as.sthat he landed a husband who ishe,
: n..-, -,din-tlat ea. Allevisiting h is a A L trs lm tt heia uptho eit to mmurchas fuied reikat g e real prie.o

... .... No I Im .C !r | lora s S i w plan o.- .ared be His rt on _..iisble sp.; *our nm
t as W 'rsed y g step to port pas is to used by Co&- S .Ss a sSS .w
._...- -- Any trt redu a f a e erps as .r.. "in orm.latngo an n .roved. ..
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:4,. NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UP) Twenty shaped
'-"up today as the "magic number" which will put the
?Cleveland Indians and the New York Giants in the
*.rithest World Series of all time.
I's not a mathematical cer-!cago Cubs, 12-6, in the other
,,tazlty, of course, but that's the National League games.
"an writing on the wall with In the American League, the,
the Indians rolling 5V/2 games a- Chicago White Sox dropped 9,21
.2iad of the collapsing New York games off the pace when Frank
Yankees and the Giants leading Bolling drove in three runs to
the reeling Brooklyn Dodgers by lead the Detroit Tigers to a 7-4
four lengths. A Cleveland-New triumph. Joe Demaestri's 12th]
York series would be worth a Inning single gave the Philadel-
Xecord $10,000 for each winning phia A's a 3-2 win over the
Player because each team haslWashington Senators and then'
the largest seating capacity in the teams played a 4-4 tie in the
"Jt league. other American League games.
*"rThe Indians signalled the end -
of the Yankees' five-year reign YESTERDAY'S 'STAR Ted
r'hen they routed the Baltimore Willianms, who drove In four
Orioles, 12-1, yesterday while the runs with a homer, double and
"old chAmps' blew a third single and turned In a fine
straight decision to the Bo.ton catch to lead the Boston Red
Rd Sux. 8-2. The Glants. mean- Sox to an 8-2 victory over the
hiie. took a stranglehold on' New York Yankees.
the Naticna; League lead by.. .
beating the Pittsburgh Pirates, ,
,,.-4 and 5-3. while the Philadel-Tl I- DI-
"rila Phillies scored 6-2 and 6-0 lOrIon Upens DI p
r tiumphs over the Dodgers. h h _
14 As a result, the red-hot front i
i ers found themselves in this lxa m Ma gn
p' tion:
entyvictories In their re- Inle allnal
m ning 32 games, a mere .625
Spae, would give the Indians a INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
season's total of 108 wins. To
beat that total, the Yankees Teams W L Pet.-
.t 2 i have to win 286 of their Toronto 82 48 .6311
A. games-a fantastic .839 Rochester 77 55 .583'
V IS. Montreal 74 55 .5741
S winning only 20 of their re- Syracuse 64 64 .500
1 aW-ng 34 contests, a .588 pace, Havana 63 68 .481,
I rIe l ants would wind up witn Buffalo 57 71 .4451
96 triumphs-a total which the Ottawa 53 79 .402
Dodgers could exceed only by Richmond 81 81 .386 t
travelling at a .750 clip with 24
rW D in' their last 32 games.t NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UP) t
S ry Doby coUlecte three hits The league-leading Toronto Ms-
& nd seven other players had two pe.Leafs opened up an almost
each a the Indians unleashed a insurmountable six-game lead p
20-hit attack to beat the Orioles over the second-place Rochester
for th 16th consecutive time. Red Wings today in the Inter- D
i cy o Wyn gained credit for hs national League with. only 24 d
17th victory, collaborating with games left to play.
Don Mossi a three-hitter. The games left to play* g
Indians now have won 18 of The Leafs, faced with hav- i
their last 18 games and can tie Ing their lead cut to two w
b.L. r ecord et b the1927 games it they lost, swept the w
Sby wInning 22 of theoi Red Wings, 1-0, and 3-1 yes- o
of 11gams for, a geson total erday on a pair of gritty per- v
o Mf 119. WI i tformances by Bob Weisler and
Terrible Ted Williams drove in lttle Vic bomhaMrr
vI omNU:hom r ,
O ff a t 's"thin Wesler,. recently shute to
i*th h itad bt ando Toronto from Kansas City bte
ish to the Red aft New York Yanees, set the ird
h third straight over othe down on seven scattered hits
tli es. Towering rank Sulll- while, nursing a slim 1-0 leed
ek ied 10 hist sbut did uriot from the second inning on. It
valelded 10 him but did not w
walk a batter and struck out four was his first victory in two ap.
to win his 11th game. It was the pearances thus far.
04t-Cme this season that the t Im .d
lost three straight Lombardi permitted Roches-
Yl t ster only five hits in the second
SPich-hitter Bill Taylor's baa- same, the lone tally against
es-filled, ninth-inning single him being a home run by Tom
provided the Gants with their Alstn in the second. It was
winning run in the opener and ,ombardi's eighth victory of
lnuclleballer Hoyt Wilhelm won the year against seven defeats. g'
a relief pitching. The p In other games, the third- g
rates made things easy for the place Montreal Royals edged the
Giants with sloppy defense be- Cuban Sugar Kings. 2-0 in the n
!,hind Paul LaPalme's fine pitch- Opener on Rocky Nelson's two- t
, 111inthe first game and com- run homer, while the second
3a four errors in the second game was ootponed because of t1
DWIEa rain: the last-olace Richmondn
Del Enns hit a three-run Virvinians bested the Ottaws
homer in each ;ame as Ote Athletics. 8-3: Pnd the Buffolo
Phillies got eigh-bit pitching Pison., defeatedd the fourth- i
from Herman Wehmeter in the place Syracuse Chiefs. 7-2. F
Opener and six-hit hurling a
from Murry Dickson in the rIT YY2E1r I Ci
nightcap. The Phillfes scored n<
four runs in the fourth innin
to cllnch Webmeler's triumph m m
and five in the fifth Inning to ye
ickson had dropped 10 In a b
ao e e w ay for D cks on's w in.o in

wtan Mu'sial hit two doubles to to
within one percentage point p
Duke Snider's league-leading 'a
average and lead the St. I ',
Cardinals to a 9-7 decl-I d
over the Cincinnati Redlegs 72
lobby Thomson celebrated Coreful grooming will take Fi
S return to the regular lineup yeors off a womon's oge, but she dr
A two-run homer as the con't fool o long flight of stairs. &
ukee Braves beat the Ch-' 64


J.$. Amateur

Gets Underway

[his Afternoon

The nation's best amateur
olers-200 tron strong- start their
national championship today at
crosse Point, Michigan near
The field is loaded with big-
ame amateurs, and only one
hling is certain... a new cham-
ion will be crowned. Gene Lit-
er turned pro soon after win-
ing the amateur title last year.
Leading contenders this time
re Billy Joe Patton, Harvie
rard, Junior; Bill Campbell,
rank Stranahan, Dale Morey
nd former champions Charlie
oe, Sam Urzetta," Willie Tur-
esa and Ted Bishop.
Patton was low amateur in the
asters and national open this
ear. Ward won the Canadian
nateur title by beating Camp-
ell in the final yesterday. Stra-
ahan has won the British Ama-
eur twice. Morey a former
ro was runnerup to Littler
st year.
The tournament consists of six
ay of match play. There will be
first-round matches today.
ifty-six other golfers have
fawn' byes. An 18-hole round on
tuesday will trim the field to
. They play two rounds on
wednesday and two more on
thursday, leaving only four sur-
vors. The Friday semi-finals
nd Saturday final will be play-
t over 36 holes.
Top match in the opening
unz sends Patton Against 18-
ar-old Rex Baxter of Amarillo,
exas, former National Junior
ampion. Other leading match-


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The7 Isthmlan Invitational
Basketball tourney will ge un-
derway tonight at the Mag ;rita
ym a t7:30 sharp, bring you the
best In basketball in the Canal
Zone. Two games are on tap this
eveningM and a large crowd Its ex-
pectS! to be on hand to witness
the contest.
In the first game' Battery C
903rd AAA will battle the Mili-
tary Police five for the right
to play the Coco Navy All
Stars in the first contest on
Friday, Aeg.. 27. Neither man-
ager has decided on a starting
five at this writing but scan-
ning the rosters the 903rd Is
the pre-game choice to remain
in the fight.
The nightcap will feature the
hard fighting, Junior College
quintet against Charlie Swims'
Army Atlatnic five. Nick Gor-
ham JC pilot will no doubt start
Ray Nicklsher, Sam Maphis, Roy
Wilson, and Dick Dillman with
either Reyes or Troncesa filling
out the starters. Swim will
counter this 'with Tex Yar-
brough, Joe Rivers, Norm Cha-
leki, Laurie Seymour and Joe
In view of past performanc-
es, the Army five will go into
the second round to meet the
Albrook 2th ARS also on the
Doors open at 6:45 with the
first game starting at 7:30.
There will be two games nightly
except on Sept. 1 when the
championship game will start at
8:00 p.m.
Fo ow the sports page of this
paper for the results of the
games and the games on tap.

Aug. 23 (UP) Natlve Dancel A uA
the great "gray ghost of Saga-
more" who captivated mllionsj -- -
of racing fans and television e
.;A "..msan nCoresIrin TrackFeature
except the Kentucky Derby, will s T
race no more.
Owner Alfred G.' Vanderbilt, 0 -
admitting sadly that he had "no Don Antonio Anguozal's bril- 2-Birikan Bridge 3.40, 240
other choice," today announced liant Irish filly Sugarplum yes- 3-Montaartre $2J0.
the retirement of his famous terday afternoon raced to an-
four-year-old colt because.of a other thrilling victory in the SECOND RACE
recurrence of a bruise on his featured $750 seven furlong
right front leg. sprint for Class "B" imported 1-Consentida $8.40 3.40 3.40
S"The e appears to be no thoroughbreds at the Juan Fran- 2-Sierra Velluda $.i0, 4.80
choice ut to retire him from co race track. 3-Tin Tan $6.40
raving," said Vanderbilt. "He Sugarplum and High Heaven,
will not race again and will *Ithexcellent rides from jockeys First Double: (Compo-Con-
enter the stud at Sagamore Luis Giraldo and Josa Bravo sentida) $13.0.
F a rm in Maryland next respectively, staged a virtual
spring.." match race and battled all the THIRD RACE
Vanderbilt disclosed that the way from the start to the finish
leg Injury, which was first notice with Sugarplum gaining the de- l--Don Temi $10.40, 14.40, 4.60
ed after the Metropolitan Han- ciston by a head at the wire. 2-Portal $3.80, 2.2)
dicap at Belm'nt Park on May 15 Mutuels choice Soft Not e 3-Rabiblanco $2.20.
had showedtp again yesterday wound up a poor third while the
morning after the fourth gh others in this race were com- One-Two: (Don Temi-Por-
st money winner in turf his pletely outrun. Sugarplum paid tal) $38.
had gone through his u usuall 0.80. $4.60 and $2.80 across the
morning workout at the Sara- board.
to-a track. FOURTH RACE
Bernie Everson, Native Dancv Tops for the day,'however, was
r's regular exercise rider, had Vedette's smashing $103.80 win 1-Concejal $5.20, 3.20, 2.20
ent the gray through a mile- odds when she raced to a post- 2-Metto $8.40. 2.20
Pnd-threeweighths run. When to-post victory in the one mile 3-Marilu $2.20.
he workout had finished. Van- secondary attraction for Class Quintela: (Coneejal-Metto)
derbilt and trainer Bill Winfrey 'D" imoorts. All other winners $14.80.
went into a hurriedconferencemutuel fvoris or
at which the retirement decision were either mutual favorites or
second choices.
wa l reche d that "The Two rapidly improving young- FIFTH RACE
Winfrey said tat "The ters Juan (Johnny) Goftgo-
Danceworkout, which" had run eln In ra and Alelandro Ycaza shar- 1-Merza Matru $8, 2.60
workotendedt, whichre him toen at ed top saddle honors with two 2-La Enea $2.40.
rato up at Saratoga thisdeerves special praise for a SIXTH RACE
toa Cup masterpiece ride on Merra Matru
"When he walked off the and'his near-miss with High 1-Darlene $7.20. 2.40. 2.20
rack he looked fine," said Win- Heaven. .2-Royal Robe $2.40, 2.20
rey. "But while he was walking The div 3-Charming Prince $2.20.
6 cool, he suddenly began favor- Te dividendsAC
ng his right front foot. We stop- SEVENTH RACE
ed walking him immediately FIRST RACE
ed w nut him in his stal. 1-The Bouche $5.40. 4.60, 3.20
vero n confirmed this at Native 1-Compo $5.60, 2.80, 2.20 2-Paris Midi $8.60, 5.20
)ancer had shown no soreness
luring the workout and only be-
ain to limp while walking.
The official diagnosis of the
niurv byDr. William Wright IT1 I H A
was "a bruised digital cushion
with a secondary inflammation
f the bursae between the na-I
icular and coffin bone."


Isthmian Inviftao nal Cage

Tournament Opens Tonigl

ftfi^^S?8^11.7Aatotl MA the Giate k th ft
are te National L4a*ubsi tovieg
-*ttr. Bt a dchcto break itoS the K 20 3aam )

York 76, 44 .633 Clvft d
B72 4 .598 4 New- rk 83 46
Milwaukee 68 51 .571 7 Chlcago 80 45 .640 0
.... 6 1 8 Q Dettoft :4 5 :4F

Chlegat 48 74 .393 29 Plhadeh 4b 79 346
Plttsharsh 44 78 .361 33 Baltimore 39 84 .174
Milwaukee at Chicago Washington at P=lfUw5 a (2)
No other games scheduled. No other gamesce lud.
(First Game) Cleveland 004 060 011-12 202
Pittsburgh o300 100 000-4 11 1 Baltimore 000 910 0001 2
New York 000 002 102-5 6 2
LaP ame (4-7), Hetki, Thels Wynn (17-9), Mosalt
and Shepard. tonellI, Corwin, gan Kuzava (1-8) Ktlw
Wilhelm, Griasom, Mccall (1-2) lyska and Courtney.
and Westrum.
S- -- New York 000 001100210 2
(Second Game) Boston 002 001 20x-S IQ2
Pittsburgh 000 030 000-3 11 4 Byrd (8-7), Reynolds and 1er-
New York 022 000 01x-5 11 3 ra. Sullivan (11-10) and White.
Suriont (8-15), Law and At- Van ( a
well. Maglie, Wilhelf (9-4) and Chicago 110 100 010-4 9 1
Katt. Detroit 130 100 02x-' 12 0
(First Game) Pierce (6-8), Conu"ra, DO-
Phi Sdelphia 001 400 001-6 11 0 ish and BatsHoeft (7-13)and
Brooklyn 000 000 020-2 8 0 Wilson.
Wehmeier (6-9) and Burgess. -
Erkine (14-11), Palica. Roe and (First Game)
Campanella. Washing, 000 000 020 000-2 8 0
S(Second. Ga Phila. 010 000 010 001-3 13 1
(Second. Game) !
Philadelphia 000 050 001-688 0 Schmitz, Pascual (2-7) and
Brooklyn 000 000 000-0 6 0 Fitz Gerald. Bishop (2-) and
Dickson (8-15) and Burgess. Astroth.
Meyer (9-)5, Podres and Cam- ---
paellal. (Second Game)
Milwaukee 204 000 402-12 10 1 Washington 0i 000 022-4 6 1
Chicago 004020000- 6 132 Philadepha 000 202 000-4 9 0
Wilson, Jolly, Burdette, Conley
(13-6) and Crandall. Cole, Jeff- PorterfieldStewart, She and
coat (3-5), Tremel and Gara- Tipton. Portocarrero and Rob-
glola. ertson. (Called on account of
... Sunday Curfew),
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 011 130 010-7 11 1 (0-2Y, Judson, Perkowski and
St. Louis 001 422 00x-9 13 0 Bailey, Landrinth. Lawrence,
Valentine, Nuxhall, Savransky Brazle (4-8), Deal and Saral.

es 'ned Ursetta against Tim Hol-
land of Rockvllle Centre, New
York. and Frank Strafaci of
I Garden City, New York, against
i Arnold Palmer of Cleveland.

QUESTION: The batter grounds
to second. The fielder throws wild
into the stands. The runner failed
to touch first, is automatically
waved to second by umpire. The
fielding team notes he h a s n'
Touched first yet. How do they go
about making a play on him'-
Dave Lee.
Asswer: The plate umpire will
pet a Mew biR Ia play. T. pitcher
shidM step m the rubber with it,
them throw to first sad appeal to
te ep1ire. f e ated the play,
he'i eae the rmer eut.
S. e w'ry y- Q. ow ma years has Steve
Oramek bee in the American
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m u A. UMa l blil Mh sea s.
Q1 O Oeveands Al Rosen
Pn i C Mi :ever aMe a eOfge?-BiU Wise.
TeO tOe ttedld the Uialver-
"law 011 R. k JUL

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3-Gaucha $4.
Second Double: (Darlene-
The Bouche) $23.80.
1-Remero $4.20, 3.20, 2.80
2-Devon Maiden $7.60. 3.20
3-Fairlyable $3.40.
Quiniela: (Remero-D e v o n-
Maiden) $12.
1-Sugarplum $6.80, 4.60, 2.80
2-High Heave n$5.60, 3.40
3-Soft Note $2.80.
One-Two: (Sugarplum-High
Heaven) $39.48,

1-Vedette $103.80, 21.20, 9
2-Begonia $1360. 12.60 1
3-Piropo II $2.60.
1-Nacho $4.20, 2.20, 2.20
2-Don Grau $3.60, 2.20
3-Alonsito $2.60.

Sports Briefs

BERNE, Switzerland. An
Argentine driver Juan Manuel
Fanglo has won the 1954
world automobile racing title.
Fanglo flashed across the finish
lne first in the Grand Prix of
Fanglo led from start to fin-
ish. And two of his countrymen
turned the race into a full Ar-
rentine triumph. Froflan Gonza-
les placed second, and Roberto
Meres placed fourth. Hans Her-
mann of Germany was third.
Both Fanglo and Hermann drove
Mercedes cars.
The victory was Fanglo's fifth
in seven world championship1
cars held so far. It also gave the I
38-year-old Argentine champion
his second world title. He won
hls first world championship
years ago.

NEW YORK. The PnUadel-
phia Phils have sold relief piteh-
er Jim Konatanty to the New
York Yankees.
The purchase price isn't an-
nounced. Waivers had to be ob-
tained from the other 14 major-
league clubs before the 37-year-
old right-bander could join the
This was Konstanty's seventh
rear with the Phil. Before that,
le spent one year with Cincin-
nati and one with the Braves.
Konstanty was voted most
valuable player in the National
League in 1950, when he pitched
in 74 games to set a league rec-
ord. Konstanty asked to be trad-
ed after last season" because he
felt he wasn't pitching often


EzCharles Challenge Won t Be Fusari Retre
.... re a *


maOe a a flavor Is that
eam, &W-e tenulma third-
place threat In the NatUnal,
show no siga of wavering.
Az l the Inladisas not
l UkelyW tbtt hejtves, ad:
t That.the AorIng Braves,
Scoring from far back, have dem-
' Qat ,Ied that they have the a-
llty to make it a three-corar-
ad race the rest of the way.
A i s his odd Custom, Casey
ftengel deplores the fact that
the Yank get no haep from
h. *f trt h e leaue in knock-
it were their c mission
to amplmfy The rofoi's prob-
SThis year, Stengel must feel
that he has been terribly let
down by monsiderate colleagues,
re.au e no matter how awiftly
the Yankees travel, the Indians
manage to match their speed.
While the ankees were winning
50 out of 66 in the last two
'months, the Indians were. win-
ning. 50 out of 67.
To travel that fast over such a
long stretch and yet be able to
gain qnly half a game is enough
to dismay any manager. It may
et come down to the distressmig
ct that if teng el Is to achieve
his sixth-straight pennant, the
Yankees will have to beat the
Indians without any help.
There Is no baseball law a-
ganst this, even though there
are times when Stengel's curious
laments would seem to svnwestI
the contrary. Actually, the Yan-
kees have a proud record as clutch
performers and their background
makes them favorites to take the
Indiahs in at least a majority of
I the fie'hand-to-hand combats
that remain to be settled between
the two clubs.

They have a three-game se-
res with the Indians, starting
re Ag. 31, and a double-head-
er wth em in Cleveland, Sept.
12. A majority of five may not
dpthe Yankees any good at all
T" MaN.jeaed clean sweep of
T ofTiow, they are six be-
UTIV"n tLlodii column.
In the final analysis, of course,
the Ir .Dmpactr of. thene five
S rmitned by how
tg ao dubs fAel n -their re-
ast, there. or
iypt the s~om

Along The Fairway

;I- spite o two days rain twes
ty-iw women turia outi a k
played tae bummis course dun at
urasy. T'e course was mlgnt
sWgy but definitely playable; An
u saot.a low glross va ji'st o
over toe course record aio Pec
gy Johnson made an au tora to .
net W.
44her winners were: C o n n i
Bishop, Louise Reynolds, Seu,
Colenii, k'atsy KIyan, bev Ditet-
Rae. Jiughes, fat waring, &i a,
Aakew, AUyce rrench, Ueo Bruns
Barbara modes, Margaret Dai
ton, 1 Frances Twomey, irene RoD
anson, Dorothy La Lroix.
Tnanks to aaca Scnor for the
King's itansom ana national UDis
tillers for Hum ana Cervecera ia.
cional ior asn trays.
After tee game taere was lunch
and a business meeting. The press
ident .thanked PWGA members
ior scorng for the National. Jay
cee Junior Golf Tournament held
recently at Panama. The associa.
tion also voted to help with priz-
es for Oe junior golf program that
has been going on all summer at
Gamiboa as a part of the summer
recreational program. The
youngsters championship tourna.
* ment will .be held Saturday.
Redmain women golfers have
joined PWMIA.*d the monthly
tournament wil be held there in
October. PWGA players are invit-
ed to take art in the, Rodman
ladI day that is being organiz-
ed 4or Tuesdays 6d and after Au-
gust 31.
?WGA president Beverly Dilfer
has received a letter from Betty
Hiks, tournament chairman LP
GA to the e(fect that their orga-
nization would be interested in a
19M Panama Women's Open
Chatupi.nship for prize money.
Our organization voted to study
the possibilities for organic z i n j
such a tournament.
itne Robinson tour n a me n t
chairman had ready printeC
sheets of the details for the Pa-
nama Women's Golf Association
1954 PWGA Championship. Third
tournament will be held at the
Ft. Davis Gol Club. By courtesy
of the Board t Governors tour-
nament players have full use of
thl course and the eomue Is ea
tF week prseftdg the qa ng
rafinds for p e if g
dates are September through l
lb tournament will be medal
pOl in g*ts.
.E will be a good tournament
with trophies for the winners.

1Ifw York-4NEA)-The N ow
Y= K iekertoker have signed
s u Fred Chris for
leeomiag proidesosA basket-

(FlBlig in for Hairy Grayso

y NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (NRA)
It Was a muggy afternoon am
I T r T A U C 'the fight mob tig around t
ILLIAM S Eastern Parkway Arena office
was taking- it easy.
In an adjoining room, Ted
.. Brenner the atchmaker,
*t(l Asnketes chances to busy yelliug Into a phone abo
e .te ucz_ a weenp cannot some fighter he wanted to use
be considered altogether favor- a coppieof weeks.
9e. The inDau would seem to ,, ib= er remateh,". Vic Mars
have too much pitching for lo, the manager, comment e
them. Ralph Branca is a nice "Say, when a guy talks about
= ung man and everyone wishes rematch today, -would suggest
m well, but It Is to be doubted looks close at this EzzardCharle
that -the Indias would trade 1 know Charles from Cincinnati
Feller for him-or, Houttenian, I got a fighter out there, Wala
either. Another thing, the ank- Bud mith-and 'I don't think
ee pitchers don't seem to scare is the kind of guy who will du
LAity Doby in the Stadium any out of there on Marciano in tl
more. one they got coming up. Ilo
at Charles as a rea sleeper."
So, considering one thing and
another, the odds, as of this mo- MARSILLO, A PUDGY, d a r
ment, would have to be against haired little fellow from N e
the Yankees. To be sure, the In- Jersey, has made a name for hi
dians have a reputation for fold- self as the best story teller
Ing in the stretch, but actually round the fight beat.
t4e only pennant-they ever kick- "A fighter," Marsllo said, "re
e- away was the one the "cry ly gives it everything when there
baby rebellion', cost them. Any- a title oA the line."
way, these things are intangible "1ke your Charley Fueari
and there la no way to give them somebody said.
a figure for handicapping or "Oh," Vie answered, "That w
betting purposes. different. I had Fusari and they o
fered me a title bout with Ra
Hand-to-hand fighting will Robinson. The money was good
probably decide the NL cham- this was four or five years ago
pionship, too. The Giants have so I took the match.
six games left with the Brooklyns "But I knew Fusari. Better yi
and five with the Braves. The I knew Robinson. So I took Cha
Brooklyns have six remaining ley to camp and trained him 1f
with the Braves, two months running backward
-.--- That's right. He never took a st
forward. He ran five miles a d;
EDGE FOR BRAVES backwards. It got so that even
he wanted to borrow money fro
A month ago the Braves seem- me, he couldn't get within ci
ed too far back to make it, and ling distance.
I suspect manager Charlie "WE GO IN AGAINST Ro
Grimm' also felt this way about "W GO IN AGAINST Robi
the situation, in spite of his sion, and for 10 rounds Fusari
cheerful threats to overtake both oing backwards and Roblns4
the Giants and the Dodgers be- oesn'ttag him good-for whi
fore Labor Day. At about the we are quite happy.
same time, the Dodgers' pitching "But what do you think my g
(and their resolution) looked o does? He comes back at the e
Anspiri tlessr, I felt apon)lookgetic o of the 10th and he tells me, 'Vi
spiritless, I felt apologetic for pl up my gloves.'
having picked them to win. pull up my gloves.'
The Braves aren pret- "I say to him, 'What's the ma
t much the same position as r, Charley? Every things if g
e Yankees being seven ing nice.'
one Yankees being seve and "He just looked ahead and sai
one-half games back. However 'Pull them up. I'm gonna ope
they are In a position to profit up on this guy.'
from a situation which the 'You open p on him,' I ye
schedule does not offer the led, and we close up.'
Yankees, namely, the six games Marisillo rasped on
the Dodgers and the Giants still
have to play. "BUT TITLE MATCHES DON'
No matter how these six games iean ora thing td, wo he I had a g2 ut
othe Brav fgurtobe Paul Cortland, who held 22 title
o, the Brave figure to.benefit He was the champion o! ever
5n0 oers t-$ a country except this one. We never
stand off, the Braves, made a dime with all the title
ated that they are Stll play- We were the Greek champion, an
the a aip the legue, we used to, go into a Greek re
bSS ataticS Stat tturant and try to pay them o
.-that the hour of decision side.
i t much nearer. "We beat the Italian champlo
-.r' i .r Nw because I could speak the Ian
0 r if eDOM.ew- guage. I heardthe guys iff t
Other corner. telling the fighteri
Sand 'Guardo'la Inana Wtro'-look ou
g'et n line for the right hand. 'A la sinistra
d ees tickets at -go to the left.
i'l'd._ "I tell Cortland to go to hi
right instead of straight ahead an
!he met the guy like it was plain
ned and hit him over the head wit
a right and now we are the Its
Slian middleweight champion. W
didn't get enough from the fight
l to buy a bowl of spa bghetti."
.A bowlers interested in bowl. ING up now. "I had another guy,
lag in the Margarita Bowilag he yelled out. "Laurient Bouhard
Leape be present at Margarl. A Frenchman. I thqight he could
ta Clubhouse at 7:30 p.m., to- win the heavyweight title, so
morrow, Tuesday Aug. 24. bring him over here. We took
--- tuneup match at Fall River, Mass
before trying the big-time and
was busy learning French. I didn'
think the guy understood any Eng
lish. The only words I thought h
knew were, 'You pay the check.
I "Well, for five rounds, this bum
of mine is losing the fight by
mile. I get into the ring at th
end of the fifth and start scream
ing in English about what a bum
he is. Then I slap him in the fac
Sto get him mad.
"I'm just finished calling him
a bum for the fifth time, when h
looks at-me and says:
'Mister Vic, you no like the
way I fight, then you fight!'
That was the guy I sold fo
S Put him on a scale and weighed

I The guy buying him looked al
Bouehard's fee--he had size 1
shoes on-and began to gag.
he says 'At least make the bum
take his-shoes off.'












SP8LAh ? 8WCTOY.000o 0 runners complete the water jump of a 3000-meter steeple-
chase at London's Whte City Stadium. .Shtrley, leftand R.A.Morley grimacepIhiey land. (NE

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First CZ-Isthmian Jr .

Golf Tourney Slated ,f

For Gamboa This Wee
-** e --- \/
Children participating in the thence to Gambo Golf Club. Tt
Gamboa summer golf recreation bus will return over tWe sma
program will get a chance to dis- route leaving GOtmboa at p. s
play their skill this weekend each day of the tournament x-
during the First Canal Zone- cept on Saturday.
Isthmlan Junior Golf Tourna- Method of play will be medal
ment with gets underway Thurs- or stroke play throughout.tl
day. tournament, youngs=O&
Trophies and prizes donated eight years of age 11
by Panama businessmen for the years of age must play Jt
three-dlay tournaments are on second flight, five holes eha
display this week at the Gam- day, on Thursday and Frday.
boa commissary. Last week they Those who haVe reached
were on display at Balboa corn- 12th birthday and a .ak
miasary. passed their 18th bIrth
fore Aug. 15, and have -
The winner will be awarded a lcaps more than 15 for bbyi
pesronal trophy, and his name for girls must play. In the
will be inscribed on a plaque flight.
which will be kept at the Gam- Nine holes each day wil b
boa Golf Club for the winner of played on Thurday and W
this tournament in the years to The championship f fligt 1M
follow. consist of the low handicap py-
A trophy will be awarded to ers. They will plaU 18 hMleIOn
the low scorer for girls. If one Friday and Baturday.
wins the tournament she will time will be 8:30. 9
receive two trophies. This tournament is open to a
A trophy will go to the winner teen-age junior golfers on" the
and runner up of the second Isthmus whether or not they .ti
flight, boys and girls playing on- tended the summer reereatdot
tv nine holes, and to the young- program.IC
sters playing only five holes., entry blanks are available at
Winner and runner up will re- all clubs and must be in by this
ceive a trophy. Wednesday.
There are also many .for spe-
cial events: best nine. holes
played, best eighteen, most bir- TROPHIES'.
dies, most pars, etc. These prizes _ _ _
will be In merchandise donated
by the members and Gamboa
Golf Club. To make this event m e r c Uur
even more important for the M ---A
youngsters, they will have the Nm Ik r s.M.usd"M
honor of receiving their prizes
from Gov. John S. Seybold who
has consented to be at the Gam-
,boa Golf Club on Saturday at
1:30 for the presentation narty
Brig. Gen. N. A. Costello, has
also accepted an invitation from
the committee and will be mas-
ter of ceremonies,
There will be transportation at
leaving Balboa at the YMCAat ':"
8 a.m.. stopping en route at the a s M
Ft. Clayton theater at 8:15, jgg *

first Look At

Canadian Football
NEW YORK, Aug. 25 (NEA)-
The nation gets its first look at
Canadian foot ball on Aug. 2,
when Toronto and Ottawa open



Se e season wt a h eevise en-
SThe contest will be televised oe- ,
j Bun .J (.I Ccwl- c M Histiq.y.... -F our.a rrle .
gm In Crowley t one of the Four
a! ,.. ,.-orsemen, handg the common. -M -
By L R body else I might.bunt," he said. liam, who flipped to Pee Wee t ryanMarnlyn M onrg
S PITTSBURGH, Aug 23 NA ~~"But Atwellwrit nbwis the best Reese to get the double piay start- Ottawa's team includes Gene Betty Grable "n.
Id Nobod t . A.. 2 NEA.. hattn r on my au club. I cant ed. Reese cocked his arm to (Choo Choo) Roberts, former Gi. Laure Bacall ,
n- nobody out men on first andplay against my strength." throw to first but had to stop and ant star and S o u t h Carolina's "HOW TO
h th ird antd oretwo runs behind Herman wen along with that. think because Dick all, pinch pr- Johnny Gramling. Fullback Bill PILLION "
.in the nint. You're the maag I "m not criticizing it in this part nr, was heading fo second stand- Barbish of Tennessee and former In CI ACOP
e you un90c you l, Yo cular case," he said. "What I ing up. Fordham end Al Pfeifer are on In_ _P__,,__
ht . can't understand is why it's never "Ordinarily, you throw right at Toronto club. IDEAL 1W
done. Lots of times you get an the guy's face when he does that," IDEAL To ..
d That'swhat the .Dodgers talk- ordinary hitter up in that spot, Pee Wee said. "He'll duck, or if Humphrey Bogart, i
ed about in the cloakroom after with good hitters following him. he doesn't he'll ne ver try NEW BLOOD Humphrey Bogart
whh -ictory over the Pirates That's when I think the bunt it on you again. But here I can't "AFRICAN QU .
d which ToJim Hughes saved by get- would be theright play." do it because if I hit him we blow Cincinnati-(NEA)-A total of Preston Foster. in
ting Toby Atwell to h itnt a Well, Atwell did hit away, and the double play. And this Hall is 46 rookies hold down varsity jobs ,, SUNOOWN .1
a tin promptly another tricky play came 6-6, so I really had to get up there on National League teams t h i sOWN
up. Toby grounded to Junior Gil. to throw over him." year.
I Bill Herman led the discussion. _____________ __ __III_ .I .I.
It seems he's been debating this -.. -," .
e point all season, wondering why it e LIA bOL

runs behind, and nobody out. Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Draw ing No. 1850, Sunday, August 22, 1954. -
"To me it's basically the same
e play o..e way or tth other," Her- The whole ticket has 44 oleces divided ton two series "A" & "" of 32 pieces each.
man said. "The idea is to get
n your tying run to second. But I've
p been around baseball 25 years and - *'
enI've never seen it tried with a; First Prize 1592 $ 44,000.00 AI;
e maon third. They always hit F Prize 1592 $ 44,000.00
The ma n third wouldn'tmove Second Prize 7477 $ 13,20 0 0
d on the bunt, Herman explained [-
He'd stay put. But the man on
first moves to second, so that a 0069 $ 6
3 hit will score two runs. Also, you Third Prize 0069 $ 6,600 0 0 .
eliminate the double play possibili-
ty unless the other team wants to
risk walking the next hitter, which No. prim No. Pri No. Pri s No. Prim No. Pime No. r Me. PriM No. Prm No Psi M
would put the winning run on N s
base. 132.00 1092 i 32.1 292 132.01 302 132.06 402 132.84 5402 132.00gs4 122. 7069 132.=06 SI N I32.& 8M 13
base. 6112 132.0 112 132.1 212 1,32.90 3192 132.00 41M2 1.3 12 16.4 *t 1.u t las.** 51 92 13 gin
Walter Alston said it depends on m 132. 9 1202 132.0 229 132. 13292 1322 0 4292 132. S2 132.1 6292 132.M 7IH 1302 t. M A
who the hitter is and who's com- m92 132.00 1392 132.00 223 132.M 3392 132.0 432 13 1 5302 132. 63S ISSW 7392 .M M 1M..00 I M . "!
ig up next. That's the way Fred M92 132.0 1492 132.00 2492 132.2.434422 132.12. 54 2 132M.8 42 133.4 7492 1321 S4 92 13 I t
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-Haney looked at it, too. "With any. 132.0s 12 is S2.a I. t2ss22. 369 t 132.e 4i692 132.8s4 2 132.80 449 .132.07t 7 s2M2*SM s .
- 72 132.0M 1792 132.n 2792 132.M0 3792 132. 04792 122." 57 2 M 12 79 132.. 7792 Ot 2.8 792 132.0 1
0892 132 M0 192 132.00 28 132.0 3892 132.M 4892 132.00 52 122 112. 8 0 I12. 7192 132.00 IM2 12.0 1
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A m~A S...,. 1.,i..J 12. C Mo t #l Pi6m,

24 Years Ia National League
Written for Nea service
QUESTION: The balk rule says
a pitcher must step directly at
first base on a pickoff play. e
allowed to snap the throw quick-
y, then make the step?-P h 1
Answer: No. He must take his
step ahead of thethrow. If he
throws frst, the steps, it is a
Q. When bunting how should a
itter to hit th ball?--Billy
WA. btm temtt it the
top hai o f the hal, that it will
drp to the gmg. If the bat
eatihes the lower part f The bai,
ther is a god chance the batter
swIt Mp
Q. low should the shortstop
throw to second on a double play
A. SesheoMdWow It Chest idO
-and hard. Never msake ake I
threw. m. pivot aimn d oul e
b t watch a" kind la threw 4d.. Al An-
sedaF wade"fiir ro watesm
VQ mew = cr-mdh 4 a"- l in
Q.What is the Yankees' J o e In club in
Coffin' real last aa e?-Enoch de. Igo*0 r O
Ziegler. L .,soa (NRA)
A. WllMlge.

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d From Second Prize

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Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: Frst, Second and Third in Panama.
The Nine hundred whole tickets ending in 2 and not inel eded to he ab ve list win Forty-Feor DeOans (464 emp.
The wbole ticket naf 44 oleces which comprises the tw series "A" and '3 1


Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama Cod. 47-12155
The Representative Of The Tresmury ICARDO A. MELKNDUZ
WITNESSES: Carlos H. Ocatles. Cd. No. 41-60194 JOM DOMB I OO 8OTO PABLO A.
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Negro Priest Say$ Racial Segregation
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STsAN INDEILY NESPAPR Lke Telling God: You Made DI Mistake
Y A EVANSTON, M, Aug 2 a IwereniWed by;
I. .(.-)-AnAmericang.rcer-tha e u ar
gyman said at tie weed .that El Souray eads a thr n f Commu. u t te
1 ntoe practice of r racial segregation deleatMon from Ute Copcist upatad n .apro- are inv oed" be
a n *d eumng the.deft. "You dox cburc in nEgypt. ra a- e r-
S"Let th, people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln. made peops a dff t races Mlke sa many church. ae. at hit .t a .
Sand coIlors. men atterc te a sembly arc Peter, a O. '- te L
r. BenjaminMays, pre mient ate. ah e they. aq d id e twe gueot
ii ].iT2-NINTH YEAR PANAMA. R. P., MONDAY. AUGUST 23, 1954 FIVMCUTI of MorenouseColege at Atlanta, ogether a common holy beond.w f we
ms pe ,p efoke Ne*o.d As. communion service o. her e. e..t. r- --r be- th-.wsrato
semp of the world Coiel of cause the rite is "closed" or rules Sen. oseph' McCgrthy'S I
..e and' Dr. Ben J.Martins of vent. them ufpm attending the agent."s.- ..w ,,
tae Souta-African. Transvaal par- moteno message of
n icipated in an Asaemibly season "It seems to me that thescan- a ate n Worldh
on intergroup relations v dal of our division as churthe is Ccuall eve3 t ., ireas

one cannot sbage his.Codr And El Sourlafy, however, iCu'd., ch m a It- mnIlednss tad
Air Force Attempt To Oust Vargas rtMrn cre
ArmY and Navy uni opened fire o eti-o d- tha the full and final esulto and urpected of eing a ott he, wt Io. mt" t a~ath Ma a uo.e? s a
A ir Forc A t em p hecanto hange -oa sor, ari em l ,ouherloay, hore, er, !d. It Chr~; ... .._ to . ,
s Iaid. churches at the world to talk a-. At hom here we s' 1

Isit eolle aro a e.a a r een e o n r .en, pr me ,h r a De AlmeidP was de ptured ,fer mae a mis God, waen You The main af the current as i J and talk r t
wrS w lerdted today to sup- tment newspaper editor Car ohe investigation will bedifrn the plot Against mount a argd te cci rf Gho
warships thehabor ha eda, wo w "Even if aswe with V at cloedno claims tohshortly. cerda. thel t g en wiaIliad

Steam up ready for act on. th statement c De Almelda was l apHeted a belief m Imocracy, the aims rather than tom Ipecific gdals ment m ain o oyau the pirit

Sa uards with submachine gunsai lanteebi Alemao de Wa whole world wer at peace inter- such as the question o oped ca.- of 'ouotr sa tucle any de
p e t dt on f o r e im un t he t h e t i r f o c

e O ce and police head uarters sl n io CnmadA bo h t nism hay ns ver developed, t as* McClusk y agreed that ct pvks laih t ;oo
A lArmy divisi wheeled traf io who________ wa esposioie foor t esId___ cismo had never been born and ent there sems no hope ofg.to reai t o need or tonthse feer e
had waB quesedt in str ict sclrec. desegregation s urgent. El Sou riay said the ebunctiltyd 0a't

radio sutaion's which that de Almelds Oassteade and economic jstice. for all menmight draw thechurch lose m. thi cun as
Od warships mInthe harbor. ", Even if we & o .. no claims to should cn ne itself to general h saod Inti e rt in i
SuSlletinp No r triactions niversal -s We that demands mon ritet tesBion.
te up ready for action. D Almd wults Implicated h laid. Smocracy h ouaimsrather than to specific gls et t th

S an p le esi ol- leti e government had nat d ional i f atneisty I om Church i- s ftila.- tl. bo bet- mune aons.ns i
SH rt ow r quarter s d nall onma, who o m nisty an never developed d, if as MeCluskey agreed tha a tp*s ".W tom it ha

ialal gBnnor| w *ed our sh*- ^5
lert wheeled traff.n the part born and ent there see s no hope of gen-h yo the rtsaihristian c
oving. Air orNazism were whor unknown eal communion service fori- meanhle th it i cdl"
tp destrias.Min hea ottChristi cannt Ch he sad houldUr
oh1BC8I pO etoo over the

S beat os wnc Mnate Lnvaerda, but elnaed nion -segreated church andf soial but said some ifutue advetrs"y C h b eo'OII
radio station's which sasto rbu a

"rtan decusic and thort dAlme, masta erm indd andr eonomedx uschte' for a men might drawres itu the olclose e- a ounilhas
Sbuletins. No restr ictions the ambuls are urgent because we pr eah a enough together to enjoy a h to eritslY" rorit
However, Ninc Fotmetrat hdh ui er-sal gospl that demands mon rite. tsl i a on t eves ae e .
4 Jposed 1 m mediatrelnhas De Olveira ave a three. n U th ate urev. J..Frect our tcheoe ol t Fraecis l'Pickens Miller, a de -hoe d t th. t the
'a rew"papers, ae summary of -theresults othe ry," he said. u Southern Presbyteris an lu ayn tarta '.t at-the
as r u re of tensionIn"t the Invest tion to0-date: "To proclaim one thino and act from Riehmond, Virginia, said bthn emblY wo ar ed '*e. t
iUa l etole rss no te-" The governmenthad no dl- another is sheer hocrl nsy. church iS failing toIce yo s ien nation- s i
~-c b edatio n'pfipthe i e "It weakens the ifuence of the men in the proper relationship he enastandan

e s tnteo an deingPrh o tchurchr .. The gospel Itse l de- teen the secular society a n 4' ya ,ae e ar
officers asking Army mands interracial Justice and an God. Thi, he said, is "One of oret D
up forde-". All sspcions of colicity unsegregatd church" great weaknesses as, a worldwide
gthatVargs resign. on the part of Lutero .Vas A Scottish parish pastor sald ahristian community."

A Ar Force note said ro mr complex ely disprove d. meanwhile that It is a scandaldl
Developments" in thoe in ves- that, all Christian cannot o Join in Churche s,he said, should .-urge
Sntof the recent murder of "3. The ines of evidence d a ingle service of holy commu- "the ablest. sonsand daughter" .e fl cn

-r ,la, a t.a Ruent bVoa-md Taheony s chief of Preatt coptie Orithod ox Church said itoas missionaries into the ePO C nal n c n seIttie
t thet ce re enter into" public life..,

Sw"lt c si e woast "much too early" f tin. ar, na."
o r' pe ae taldespte t 1he dar a D ceveruns~ortto had1as m1 tercommuon. the .l l "Al too quietly po liticaluasi r-Two thn weresi, tls

&al 3 oe ta the Pnhas aPrent id nt rest'in eiarA- The Rev. J..Fraser McCused tivity ta h kes laein tone cmpa-l s mm ce d w iva ete molet' aal
s, n e of staff of ther 'ab r th Nre ter a r wa ld ond"athCur tW 'e drn oa T e Chr
fiores old reov- Skau u ce hat there mut'o e re- B l r Th rm e jcty rFerry,'e s rDundeeL t-A t-r
Swas the n, "dtaluon the one bh Indc nrtusto."w ln er atdThe s the vtae o thev T OiY aaek r .a
officers had in mind. ...neo ha n. rah $0 aa rr h .d 9' M
renhas added,- however," k d cr 0T r 1U
to TPresdent.Rdphim: ph-arkted, car ntiaJ1,vntaea,

S resigned mit Iai ot Af AoPreour with h c 86 m arsaed n owl naettd oe d ilay rIjd Si e
senior officer aslgifteg the ai PRINCES Agas insth Ford RepTh at ririgbouthenatin 'etfr o. -- "
Shnote wasw deB er. h dress,. Princess Mar aret poses for her 24t b nrthday pictures at Lp* aSn st nee -r

im nor ny b ra ke 0 o .. o, -- -sk,0 t wahen r a hea ViaM
rs who 'ag the SAIGONJ, Aug. 3 (UP) Otfelal said that in theory any theory a r the iy ttY i wehe wa dt amn. cared of h
.bhoAl de Ol o eehagrh0SCart in aotre c at Ft t
Se lod l c i French-l leod yards r t le one war pner would be fr, after e. uof th hind-riun attacks tha ent rad tae ivi

be o h mi Kor ead opn :hrd IN an -da ad ha tthehelv 3Bawnlea
vu todewv. Aisoners fnall wounded veiral. in returned and dihehared, t lark Gbl e oo are pl the toll o bloody o Pan amanian m en w alo
SInister Zehbla de, Cosl s icr washing a shipboard mul w- so e ver ha ,. The August.- guss o opol~" a
Dalt lain Briis pmong 2l50r ,i Communistigd nre *" did forbid either side tho use a Canal Zonea ste ottheI
midnight t e Ar- Ipist their forcible return to re ue or orcei ann to go to nia later e defendants were Ve Panama Cn

atbroad- Comus cAuthorities said that to forestall this year to scouf loations d guially .onf'ro. til ng" aI. .s o r
"vigilanthesive and repetiton, they would em- Kiplings saga of adventue on eaents decision were n- e poto lee the on
ri e elahynt, te nd t, ofciAMSTlsRDAM, Aug. 23 (UP)te aree movement sof popular tonight, a teorthwt sfroht er wHAld tbaz u '6ta, aro wasuined g.tn n ad.Jls :e
SANGEsl Cat Aug. atte The KLM Royl tct A- ba so They Skcan b mutiny oured cost aro Umembr teo C:i lsan-', sisd A rg art, anthe co byrs wife
alrder." iset wee, urt was disclosed only a Chamr y Commerce, twicerapidly from place to tn-iv i -ace wit- he sh C
eita added that hear. etTON, Jamaso, Aug. 23 of its ourldier ngreelled today a then the specific teams h walked n the Liberty Mr- edd sent
:ot intend to "interfere In aboard th e Norwegian freighter was withheld. ket and ti e merg t de n 'ne yeas. ro alt The etoug anint-s t ta-l l-
tionin of the civil gov- Skaugm, chartered to the French minutes later. The terrorist es- chge was dorly onct. rn
et," but only "to assure for th Indochinal prisoner e- The ship had taken onthe prims caped. throughout ti Ge e d
62d maintain'discipllne n- n change. oer to carry them down the I ". Mnm all toam. n. .
l.ble tot the tranquility of northeast corst of Indochina fro The new attack came as Real- KU L H llvina 141h vg pidi the.
o Teshi JAYat anchor outsle Haiphong to Sam &on, on dent General Francis Lacoste dv e p nt 1
Sm r aid for 26 hours with the eot 84 miles south of Hanoi. prepared to fly to Paris f
Lrye iealm" despite ithe l locked in the hold, au That is one of the two main ex-I gent conferences tomorrow. Ispl arti MSCOPE
a shere. A sd. change stations. rThe nw death ushed the Au-,n r.f. hd i

khariniste r ifrom p1 vi nces now .omin under mu tiny within the hours they OKYO. A, (UP) e l h
Wu ed BrazilntoC unit conl we usig a te acoerred 1 aome Ga l e
h olcal crisised th a- br e o sand t a conc a the ws- r etains were u Ism duy ials wo unded
csthe mitry C oIvest.a- tr J 7t i ono wre-t ruigwred to break out of the loked . lI.u.rL. -.
It was the first report ofvi'tedo akutfheledi '
to the Aug. 5 killingsad'whold to avofd return to Co u i rNinX ekg and called on 8electon* are on the
Intolence over forcible repatriationi at muthorimies..v .ie pa rs to a por no- caeae, past w er:
investigation shows'tha --the issue that held up the ar- Kipling|volt. roownmelialoii by.the TntE-
,r Lutero Vargas, the Pros- .mistlce in Korea for months. The Forty guards were on duty,.un-, EDINBURGH.Scotland, Aug.. Peping radio.said In a proe- diet ou n o t;taid
'a son, nor any other ov- Aefil teir de French command. At drst (UP), Humphrey Aegan anQ nd broadcast that the tid- a sre i or -
killn., w olEn D L D B ..... AbuwhichWent out of con- mad thatfprisiywoners bet altedr they, fired over the heads oh the eClarok Gable are to star'in -.a Ing committee of the "Vippeten e.._a
figure,-andthatprisonersbeA. advancing prisoners, moviO adaptationof- Rudva P cll conutave Lr- v, of eto
trol after striking a road bump In Plymouth, Mass., stands near decide for themselves w ~ Ther Ki... nvg,, n "ie ,o el.-aotntm..ounsg,.. to4P dytithe Panam. wanal
thhe cottage It demolished. There were 29 girl scouts aboard go back to the side from which The men came on, and therg 4Benovel t or once" unan-dea;an s
theyer. ea...v .. 'o""ther official version.-Thebroadc saidtheer the fro J

To HelpnUDUU tPdurn.piew 'ht rm-..Authorities said that to forestall this.year to scoudt locations.. omisnay dconfirmed t.lrn gw- nre
"To.-Help Jamaica]OffNDtc at harkay tt+prLsoner, inesmallerWUld num-em" i K JPdliA's northwstfrfontie wfuld f.lltalxy in45I FidaY A.. l, nd wll be

by hls wiemJeir- , lqmetheaat Chn the

er friend, Mrs. Robert. 23 (UP) TheWOmon UDes After a visa to enter, th .Uy,*~ Labor egaon l
rtterIs the wife of the Ro nigarhunta Daimefts a
Telephoe ^SSneg" 'Heart Attack porrEyI ngt ivited Catholic and V
eecut o a paidnews tgatin his posUtleal IMI I r at cr
Commu slsed him t ye Ps aways welcome to the Ra bo City, Clary A. Laing, "I haven't the slightest idea Manchuriaa to
chare. J'.ub even when red Muggs 39, was prooued dead on ar- what was the reason," Chaves wat el to be the first vist
am. ,u is .there. rival at Coon Hospital Saturday said. "No one told me saythfi." lat woaimers tai the
-. -The club was ,. distressed a.- nig -., *s appSa r.ly f- at S-qarML&mafl iaB THt 4t a
S.Ft port s uignod arou feed a heart attack nIn any event, he to.. o aw ". th r atenti on __On Polce. ls eU -her death due to that the whole, In-"dentb o -b ... ... ar"
eldar. A. S. eas as star of the' natural ea 0 Her husband tthe o160 aw
o nLaw N C ompaya Herman, alM aR had been su-i straightened out and said te w St
5:54 &m..L sow "'S y who recently vi- fering from a heart condition. has a "long vir-" or both the on
6:36 p m het*** waliaear. 4 autope w ordind. Bowl amnd gPo.

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