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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]
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PAR Alug. 27 .(UP)-.
France'% alma 1ade a last.
frantic st~rt to savw e Broe
pea Deuse Con mit pro

$owaft foreign Maister Paul-
Hen pask came uIp with a pro-
powi *at wpel nemit France
'" to Join EDC without sacrificing her
sovereignty o becoming a victim
fin O Germ a son.
Sources said thatp envis-
. loned the B ibflity that each of
the six EDC natIons-France, IL
taly, West Germany, Belgium, Hol-
land and Luxembourgh- could ap-
decisions whi weuld threaten
teir national interests,
Fra er two years has
blo ked atflcation of EDC be-
causea t would reanrm o,M
We# GeM ona on the ide of
demeorkey ad permit them to
serve an Iategrated a r m y
thir eq move freely.
r W rbe Mendes-France
argued at', .unproductive 5DC
foreu~ign aters'. conference I n
Bruies last week that France
would a" t e .Iproject only i
the G6Rm& we. confined W
was p ta h .4 cowe tiva


from JVault an nd the We
from a o and the W
Germa tal that th e Uni
States, vp with French d
laying tea was ready
start new Oegtlation with Br
aim on to rearm West Gi
many.
AnotheT idication of the ten
ness onkhe eve of debate w
the repot that five of Prem
Pierre Mendes-France's eabi
ministers may resign to drama
their insistence that EDC be
prove
SeP anent In the National A
sembly appeared even stronger
gaimjt Germany's entry as a I
and'qual partner in the' No
Atiltlc Treaty Orga n i z a ti
(NATO), a possible alternative
EDC, than against the present
my plal itself.
Statements in. the past th
hectic days by Mendes-Fran
th pro-EDC former premier i
tdne Pinay and antl-EDC Ge
*arles de Gaulle underlined
"The solution of the EDC ph
lem will remove from French
tial life the uncertainty which
paralyzed it for years," Mend
"The question is if Fragce
ta.ke the imaeimaln of EWmrea


lees 4M m deprive CRneeof its sovereil
VIo stody ty, at taig away its army,
Manwhe F rech 0p u kt fsr ng from therto
formed battaa lines tod and states across the seas,
showdown fight on ED pears on the point of falling
Mere tn 0 deputies ca of national refusal,
up 10 per cent of t27 G ae sd last ght.
tional Assembly had 'wn Ul to be heard from when t
their names Ao speak in ke- debate p going were Edou
or-break parliamentary b at e Heriot -nd Edonard Dulad
scheduled to start tomor rewar premiers who Pop
LaI tch efforts to a'to e IpC, and Georges BIalt, Re
pc a a mm t af Mayer, Rene Pleven and Po
almost t a t Reynaud, post-war premiers w
a the Assemibly were fvor an integrated European
dealt a heavy blow by reports my as press ntly planned.

C m As
Commursts Get Into Act.

Polish Gov German Turncoa
PAIM, Aug. 7 (WP) Poland BEZ IN Aug' 27 (UP) -
announced ody he ad propos- turncoat *est German legislate
od a trstOy of la and mnut told a Communisponsored pa
assistance with I'ance. conferen e yesterday the Unit
Observers qud labeled the States and West Germany h
proposal an obvious Communist agreed secretly to create a 484
attempt to influee the French lion Army four times larger th
National Asseml to reject the allowed by the European Defen
EuroC a amy ect Community pact.
TheN"ll" h *t was delivered The lawmaker, Karl Frai
two da th Frnch sec- Schmidt-Wittmack, 40o denounce
7it o f aef foreign affairs. as a traitor by the Bonn govern
utak-tie visual atep meOnt when he directed to Es
of de e s.eopstogh m- Berint a week. ago obviously ,w
bassy ta mben to every delivering a final ommunist sh
newspaper offic l paris to make aied at destroying the EDC.
surtenote t0 tr widest ptl p HIs propagna- loaed sta<
b. cirlatio ments, which brought Immedia
, yola 1chacd C would lead aad emphaticdenials by We a
to the"- rebirk t GErm= milita.- Germay and the Unitedl tate
rism der te guidance of Nit- me Lsttwo days before t
lerian generals" and untlmately deb National Assembly begi
to war. debate on the apparently dooni
The ote called upon France to fact.
turn her bak on tee Western al- A .sokesman for te Amelci
lianee and Join ranks with Bast- High Commission said Sehml
era a nations, W mack's charge "is just a
*Th-f aWnelusiou f a treaty of true" ."
allisuc. aql mutual assistance Al of his statements, include
between 2 Land and France will the assertion That the "secret
constitute pgdtart ip the system of agreed" German Army wo ul
Wumpesn collective seeu*rity have a powerful Air orce at
whose princplea.were formulated paratroop formations, were alim
in the po alfs of the government directly at French fears of revi
of the R February and a-ed German miltarism. Th os
gain i JuB*, I," the note said. fears have clocked French ratio
___ ___cation ou DC.
B tcheidt-WIttmack hinted of ot
Bene Ctt ino, er o t secmt areeent, b
GI k io themM newwou
Opei*t T pight treason" to ov
met W abandoned.
TIN b saw- Dr. Otto Jobh, the West Germa
,H...w R Pm- security chief wb went over
&ff L thte 3 leader, als hinted
S 2 he "secret" agreements bet wee
b--fL Germany and the United Statg
and Jin another propaganda blast la
week.
i Scehaldt-Wittmack said Gen. A
to_- Wi fred M.-G tauea .tthe America
n Atlantic Trt* Orga fastio


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The culprit in the cae of mail
order house catalogues being
placed on sale at PanaA Ca-
nal clubhouses, today tued out,
to be an' America. ahI pub-
!sher of New York.
SCatalogues from the a"outh
Carolina Mills, which w be.
in sold In the clubhose were
est eIthdrawn from sale a p 'after
est they were received froe then
d PanamA agent.
to The Panam I Canal Co. said
it. today they had been billed for
er -the books at 35 eents per copy
(with the usual per cent di-
1se- count). The catalogues were
as Included in a regular ship-
iner ment of a yasines they said.
iw A check wit the PanamA dis-
Mthe i tbutor of the magaene today
ap- revealed that a representative of
a ,.-' ... .the American Michell Fashion
kT 4C d TICd With the icebreaker USS Burto Publishers of 25 ent e-
r.hdns nue. New York, on a P
sla. odbladn the background, an underwater demolition team tests n a ,N Y ffe oa te ents t
)rth -an exltsive charge during recent studies conducted by the s ne vendor 1,000 copies.-he
oe an iav n eArctinwaters nearte Bering Sea. The research is an zanam agent toPk about 200.
efo fefort to pake the Arctic wtas more accessible to military A an neredet ho



e n yesterday A a om viee-president w

othe F K i 1 .C s R c h a r d la. L etzua-, t h e r e s id e n t
o Sror oRm SAmteo FoSter Ailra vel ers w wa
poll has beenexetarted to i.e t
asi o o ice why our AStalogues are on (ale.
res- WN G As adwtvertised, ourfree ca talogue s on ae
...NGsTON, .ug._..(es)-e fac.. Thee complete record, they area free, and we wm be happy
i,,u State out bufl sae, wUln at.e.s acanlr m ena were toat a ctodlubhone to you. u Southre,
Sa gsted the re o the' British d g. ite an om rf c ab t
acdeg ReadyingCase Agat in st Red China be n q o ded boyed st

An-, rew ha h in ereply w chhe rsusi.e ne" ,
ag es.reg y. es tod hr we aysep e



Fore _.A emr n .ist redge Theer p Ich e Lnte Le Ieard the e s-dnt
Sd fa e oster od y has beedn sstareted to determf
W n t oN t dc rw n reord heAs adi tised, ur catalogues
TAP UA ug. 2ltadul aaid wt. The coupeateren s ey are free, and we will be happyI
Had nationn otk o J athe crew of the H ritish Cathayrae wi boeen s to
A Cin iC aiin fer which was shotk4eyad caaloger






rdo o iese s ck .w to O nck up user-A, a elle oigGs the
and.ItO lM~ /-
raesaosurvivors Forth am prll IU o



An s ester, itncludin two Ame -ia ag
When the omNplete record Ias Mcounis of the attack.
,. semled,2they~rsaid it could be ust AnothUer phase to the inquiry AsIUO sre &e




ed a rotest to Peipn being handlroted by te nst thee W, Aug ( )-
e andra somy tenotionea l boof p Ame ricans. ep. Car aw rounding up the
This ould h United Natons, complete s were wantonenerryof the r, escue p e mecan e-
Sthe International Court of Justi, lbarbaot and crws whoiminal" werav e de ion toay tt ooder pnes,
me Dulles i s expe sted to ci th e ieReds by British dip hters and aircraft aiers are
in denta Red Chinahat s s pe the Urnted States be- outmoded by ded ms-
ho General Assembly meeting refuses diplmatmeric recognition ofsls. Rep. Carl tnshat "we may wellf) Ae
Ce ommunisthiese reime shuld that the attacks wet regime. The ro-eneringy, told the Amera of true push-
be kept out of the U.N. Thisegov- barbaric and criminal" were do- ilon today that bomber planes,
S tested that the livred to the Reds by Briih di- fighter and aircraft carrier are

Officials said far-flung efforts tests demanded payment for the button warfare."
are still under way to gather the killed and wounded Americans. In an Implied criticism of the
STwo Chinese fighter planes were Le gion's continued su pport for
It shot down by American fighters un versal military training Hn-
[ Dh el after two U.S. carriers were shaw said scientists now are
A Fo Sh Re HI Reds sent to the scene to guard rescue more critically needed than sol-
or and search efforts. diers. He urged the legion to take
nr. a fresh look at defense planning
ed Fr s Wom'en Can Now keyed to manpower. the
ada p Hinshaw, a member
av b joint House-Senate Atomic En-'
aIn Ea ennany Vote In Colombia ergy Comittee, told the Legion's I
Ise National Security Mission that i
BERLIN, Aug. 27 (UP)- .The BOGOTA, Colombia Aug tdrogen bombs small enough to 0
Lz Communists b e g a n.drafting (UP) The Constituent As- in sight, as are the missiles to
ed farm workers and requisitioning sembly approved a constitution- earry them "unerringly" to tar-
ra. trucks today to get in the har- al amendmeftt last night giving gets around the globe.
sat vest in food-short Soviet Ger- Colombian women the right tol Hinshaw was among the first
Fa many. vote and hold office on the of a lon list of defense experts
ot same basis as men. scheduled to address the coi-o
The Red cabinet authorized The amendment wasL approv- mission at a two-day session pre-
e- provincial council to order trac- ed by a vote of 60 to after op- IDaratory to the Legion's 36th na-
ate .r workers into the fields whererponents of the measure had tional convention starting here I
a t "necessary" and to take over walked out of the assembly. Monday.


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trucks irom naustry to expedite
the harvest.
Units of Soviet Germany's
"police army" also were ordered
to provide labor and tranq*porta-
tion to help get in the crops.
Special government teams,
headed by cabinet ministers,
were set up to -supervise the
harvest in provinces where 75
per cent or more of the 1954 crop
still is standing in the fields.
The communist organ Neues
Deutschland said the emergenc-
es measures were necessary be-
cause of the worst summer
weather in years, which has
caused "serious agricultural los-
se."
The West Berlin newspaper
Telegraf predicted Soviet Ger-
many's harvest this year will be
the worst since the war.

Holland To Visit
South America
WASHDIMOTON. Aur. 27 UP)I


State for IntwAmerican Affairs.l
wi visit ten south American! lA Telephoto
eemrd startlag 8e. I MAKING R DEBUT The World Glory, the biggest tankw
Thej are Vmela, Brasil U-I built in the VS.. makes her debut as she sails 1p the Nqrth
, Arenta le, ~- River in New York. The 45,000-deadweight-ton gt l large
via, Prs, Wuado and CodtBa than the pasmengera ship America.


Still No News

On Fate Of

Hotel Wash.

There was still "nothing de-
inite" on whether the Hotel
Washington will be open after
next Tuesday.
The PanamA Canal Co. had no
comment to make today on the
speculation t ha t the PanamA
government was Interested in
taking over the .1-year-old
hotel which was leased in Jan-
uary to Inversilones, Motta, B.A.
N 0 b 0 dy apparently knows
whether the hotel pool, which
was always open to the public,
will still be run on the same
basis or not.
The Motta brothers asked to
the released from their original
five-year contract because of
"insufficient business." They
said they had been operating at
a considerable deficit.
The hotel staff had been re-
duced from 110 to 78 employes
during the eight months that it
was under Motta's management.

14-Year-Old GIM

Says Hubby 'Sold'

Her To Marines


SAN JUAN P. R., Aug. 27 (UP)
- Federal district attorney Ru-
ben Rodriguez directed the FBI
today to investigate the case of
Ana Hilda Zambrana, 14, who
claims she was "sold" by her
husband to several U.S. Marines
on her bridal night.
The girl complained that aft-


Colon Hospital


To Be Kept Opet



During Alterationh


The Col6n Hospital will continue in operation 'i"
some time after the formal transfer of the Coco Solo Hi
pita I to the Panam6 Canal Company, it was revealed t*,
day by Canal officials.
The officials explained that extensive alteration m
the Navy hospital would be necessary before the Coan.
takes it over and they said it was believed that the
changes to be made would would take "several weeks."
No formal notification of the date of the trasferfW-
expected to be on or about Sept. 1 has been made ''y
the Navy to the Canal and Navy authorities today de
clinked any information on the matter. ,
The Coco Solo Hospital has 'L '
been functioning recently as a | eu,-Me.. L
40-bed unit and the facilities, of J uap Isermen
course, must be greatly expand-
ed for Canal use. Warned To Skirt =
The transfer of the hospital
to the Canal, ordered b con-I Pr .ou
gr.ss, followed much controver- A -roVkg G OUWM
slal discussion In Washington. I
In 1950, its capacity was in- oTOKYO, Ag.o 27 (UP)t -
creased from the original 172 Japanese Coast Guard wuP
beds to 356 beds, and the feela- fishing dyoaS y at
titles were available to all mill- of lr aS .
ta.Y nerumw,.1 ot *il A 2MI


ed nto r ons Committee was Recent advlet rom Ws
prostitn. told at an attempt was being ton say radloac i
Hw e uuband the girl said, made to "ruce the high cost ofr strong in the n i
"collected fees from the Marines maintaining the hospital." gerik-Rongelab area,
who possessed by body, and pu- miles from the scene of t
lshMed me whenever I protested According to testimony before hydrogen bomb tests.
during the past three months". the committee, the cost per pa-
Rodirpuez asked the FBI to in- tient was $31.26 per day, com- Sixty-six tons of fish have ben
vestigate If the case involved any pared with $14.18 which it cost condemned for radloanti
violation of the white slave traf- In 1950 when the patient load Tokyo market tsSmontiV
fid act, was higher.

'Maximumr M ability Is Ike's Order


Pacific


I Ii uCal


Forces Redeploy


s Shooting Wars End.

SHINGTON, Aug. 27 (UP) Japan, other Pacific bases and a Communist Chinese force las
erican officials said today the United States. Monday night. ,
he United States is carry- The Arml y sas it will pull four IThe Nationalists said Ols that
at a sweeping realignment Its six divisions out of Korea, their navy was moving cloer
Pacific forces .to develop with two of the divisions tomre- the Island, only 10 to 16 M
maximum mobility strate- turn to the united States and off the mainland port of Ao
dered by president Elsen- the other two shipped t Okina- an air patrols had been dolo
r. iwa and Japan. Two other Na- bled.
Troops and planes are be- tional Guard divisions were re- .
killed out of Kome and de- turned to the United States this Nationalist m
Son key Pacfit Islands or spring, sid nmen woul e defed
nerican mainland. at al costs. .
strength of the Pacific The Navy has made a slight Peiping radio, voice of Red
is belng maintained tern-reduction in its pacific Fleet but na, said a "naval pat" of.b
ily because of Red China's It has temporarily held up its men raided the Sland d w
t to invade Formosa. But plans for a further reduction be- jdrw after k or wO
range plans calls for Its re- cause of the Formosa threat. More than 10 m tonal
ment. U.S. officials said today we- capturing one soldier. ..
this doesn't mean the Unit- auction of American air strength I The Nationalists admitted
rates is lowering its guard in South Korea will help prevent soldier had been captu= b
dangerous Far Bast area. a successful "Pearl Harbor" type. denied Red claims that raf
lelals said It m e r e ly attack by the Chinese Commu- lug party reached Kanzmltou, 4
s this country is w up- nists. town on the island where a U.6.
its forces to put tem In They said removal of 5th Air military assistance group hasa l
est possible strategic eosl- Force headquarters and an un- headquarters.
to deal with any new, big disclosed number of bomber andI Earlier the Nationalista had
That breaks out.whuhr fgter squadrons to bases else- called the Reds' raid .laim *
a the Pacifle-or In Zrtope. where will increase the difficul- "rubbish," but later a5 .wledg-
Eisenhower signaled the ty of a sneak attack by Red .ed that a small-scale attack had
look" military planning planes now based within five to been made.
january when he told Con- 10 minutes flying time of U.S. "This could by no b
the administration would airfields. ,termed an invason or ma
r American armed forces to A high U.S. air officer pointed scale landing," the N ns st
ia maximum mobility of out that Jet fighters could get announcement said.
.". Here from Japan or Okinawa The raid was the fIrt le
r strategic t serves," the within a few hours without run- taken by the ed -Ch-an '
ant said, "must be central- ni the constant risk of an at- since their pIaIr Cheu IM
ed and readily dep able without warning. 14, and two _to aa
et sudden ar a- Wings withdrawn to other ed recently haV Chia K
ourselves and -o allies." bases also could be modernized. shek's Island best es Fee-
practice this rule out A .ease of the Koean truce- mess would bel' beeat."
peacetime com 6me6at of exteaslvely violated by the I Kinmen Is IaMUmnalols htlia'
to an exposed area like Commaalsts forbids the I largest island within atrila
where they could be trnadfer to this country of distance of the man Zt
d OR.and possibly knock- planes ae*o modern than those been strongly Wf glodW woei .
before an effeve de- here dultg the war. Military of a
could be oganl South Kreane foreign minister ton indicated ftV IMl
euently, t ve Iyun Yung-tal however told Red Chinese l at ant an
a series i newsmen today the air plan is te island a or
i to the past W t se re unavory." reaffirmed South "save fac"
P the force In ar orea's to "any re-lptedly t A
nOw that the i g otion m i i h t r y ro 1
have topped, tret IThe V.d
Air Force announced yes- Ueah ionai china Dpartmeto
That a tnums of the Air announced today it was rushingbut ml W
units In reinorcaamtAto the strategic ,egIonL
inter and light Islanda of KimaAt. off the Chinalf carried t
-willl be withdrawn to coast which was raded by cancer.


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. .... J... .w0 -.- Labor News There's -N Accounting f6r Taste

CagL$ AgMageM PARAMIIICANIo PmANA
.eoveN jw"It"K,' ,, -.VS&**" .' ,- Com m ent ", ,nw m,,
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m. m savasses An t3o $ B.1 t id-..

5 .....".A -- >: s o c B y V IC TO.BIE E L .
T-1"S IS YOUR P0UM TH R MADS OWN COLUMN For two week:, c eep inside 0i Thed Ws t W -G-dlln.l ta mE* ws aJ
Commur ,. pary, its lead rs \ pub t the IIt
"E M I B stru...A to soote the nerves of Nb an on Washington lwdL
SApamcKy comrades as their prole. \ Perhaps no man in the Unteda ea. I r
E M Iarian party was about to be sunk w State-has known mo ; re al Coro.olidge Wa .
T . ... Ak-- by the new laws outlawing its dt than Clrk Griffith, pre but o a eballst.
Th Mee f r tvity. Then President Eisenhower dent o the Was American wano backl didn't
Le ripped what seemed to be the last .Ball theClub. a Isl.tn Mr. Q e the tIpWe a
deist 11s11A 1'lemal gaping hole in its side with ofce the oiter day, I aty of the poBti wa
Itni-s-,i naeowton' other dayIti of the 81 tGtiflanfice wtd
i *lW. tells, a .e don't -* Iatst hiedt ienrer "pcko the pen which signed the unpre. rged him to write about some of coniderate and thoth T
i elair "tger keresblihr le d a Ise order prM oe ,o cedented and utterly confusing his riendhips with these resfirmet wa
a Si "' o, le M t- kep thej i ** pg lblI d a he h s graciously con Boston, when he wa governor af
I .a.lsMo tWriters if held in strritat iea- but the panic subsided inside I entt& rew b Pearson) BoMassehuetts.. ad t
"k r o oowse se" so nslo ou w to**stlasw *as the party. nits functionaries con. d W o e m t tr
Nisi2e to. fn meeM. vinced tneir 25,000 disclp line .m"NM O. P sl ln a !- I don't kow he
-- members still left in the, Co wheth Mr. Peat Is right or In t
tern's revolutionary cadre in t not that In neen more a th cereony'mark
QUESTIONS FROM SADEYE TO NEWMAN U.S., that the law u just k polti. dents .the U olted States than ed: "Governor you're gaing to be
u.. .cal 'tactic." No one wil be hurt. anyone s-e. But I cn S that e the next prdent of the United
Dear Sir:. No one will be arrested who would havehad the pleasure own States. Evebody is enthuiastle
-not have been jailed under the old all of t rom the day of aTedd about you." Idged Ted the re.
Ifen any member of the U.S. Citizens Association has an antiCommunit law, said the top l d velt ..nd Im rathVr prou off with his a*
ter copy of the Booze report handy I wish he would.do me totarisch. Jut wait and ee. f the athatAeri baeba o manner, bt th next he
pter opened it to me I would like to ive It to Mr. Newman,:And the comrades saw that the h aSS i sth o a -part sea a aBMtographe4.
iM S A. Newman of the GAO that 'Heila vistn snow more the law changed the more h Bin se ove t i of* pard s atheflagrag
Iugidlai ''thuditors audits an that sorts surprta.n on accou-, things were the same. Pro-Commu. 1 It wa Willa Howard Taft who hve it o .
f we iully gt these visitation-sin thl winter whents coldan nist unions, many of whose na; i A hel4 Hme oh Ta the custom
uShy Wahington change of climate might Seem like a tional leaders had refused to deny th of the United I don't know hethe i .
ida But'Mr. Newman iffen you remember, tole the Houseknow ge o espionage under cn Statoe down to the idento x wha, bueo
MechanMarine Committee that he hadn't read the Booze gressional oath, were striking and o g me o the season and man has b elected ent
em rtr on the Canal Zone an since he Is supposed to b crippling much of our copper suoutba. I have th ted la
on anal Zonewuld like to give him plyana some military aircraft Taft'. s ctu tght behind my *rs unlf e is I flhas been
'e to *M tch p on his reading. It might give him a new alant parts production, as well as the de office. t
to' air bt' this. I Plat read his new statement on his flow ot some unmentionables for woulbe candidates send th eir
twithe now isrg aorta l tN o rke donCol
nm endations to Congress an they aint changed at all. o Teddy Roosevelt, incidentally, th e ea ee or to
vs ih he would either change the words or the m\uri cause and the guided missileprogram also was a great baseball enthusi- em on i t
Stune he s ivin out witho tnissortalike that old song, t, thoh at thttime, we hadt contrarY. Whe Bob
or$ teeNo anof Moscow's rd3yti upon the Idea of having the sing ix r president, I looked aro
SHave No Bananas. Worker--had developed no infei. nt tename
Butm really glad that Mr. Newman s here. Thra couple ority complex. Its front ge 12 o n, he pres.
SBuetions I would l ke to at him. Fnstance.IenMr. boasd that "Copper Strikes -" .. s
esoer signs that there law on free transportation of o- Spread in U.S., Chile" Thus it .wydet ways thrown out the first ball, ler, Eut not reetur.
S families to the States every year,where s the money cmin bore out many charges mae in except during wartime when te h been on y d
M to pay the transportation iffen Congress drnt 1popriate this column t poC
money? Now the employe pays abeut one-third n the ove ct
,m t 2/.rds. The Govmjnt gett n elpn hand frm e era' Union str ikeswere oord vlt to mingle with lrg crowds.
ommsa D.iv-is-ion an the Decimal Point PushersBrewery. But nated with strikes by pro-Soviet ----------- NO tgEVENtON PcOTO
theOovmint has to pay all of it, then what? *n in the labor in Chile's copper mines. For I used to see Roosevelt frequent-
ien recommended the vetoe h the moment we have ample cod In fact, when I have goe Peoplehave aed m wethe
l for Govmlnt employes to Mr. Eisenhower. I read Mr. Elsen- per supplies, but a deep slash down to the White House no ma Adlai Stevenson's picture is on my
$ s statement on whyehe vetoed he bill an tutees roa ter what administ on is in of. ffs
rond awfulgood as you go along but when you get through un ot ne i as who can walk in at most a nor Stevenson or Senator Tal
e dit It leaves you sorta confused. for our planes. bu conar think rather interest, of
S'. m t tn. m o t Ne~wmn influence in it. This It could be said, though, that it For some time now I have ben varlans wear three generation stick. 'ITe-traveling Yankees go to me but to baseball Stevensn's andfather, Fu. It's
It ha tr measure element with the plu factor squared will take time under the new law collecting the various written re- lederhosen, short. leather pants see the Parthenon and talk about m the early Bloomington, l., ball
r. hwer wa the BB elemenout sin the pay raise without before the government can-move actions to the surly ukase of the that accumulate ftfh and grease the Brooklyn Dodger. They moan The last time I saw Franklin D. team which his grandfather' Fe
Mr. enhower was w worried abouffset the cot. Now tts a goodagainst the bloc of pro-Communist good Col. John Dilley in Frank- and smell like a cow barn. The for the hot dog in xim's. They Roosevelt was eight days before managed
opensatin tax revenue, Irto ao e fto o ap. .younions in the heart of our defense furt, Germany, who r'ared back babes eat themselves out of shape go to a bullfight and complain he died. I will never forget it. He
thin an I like that. esre Im n aven wea e production. First, the U.S. attor and throwed an order on female early, and overflow the off-the- that it ain't sporting, which it cer woPi s Baseball, of course, goes back
arpocy an we shouldn't spend any money d to at Mr. New ney general must get from theFB dress at the dependents of his shoulder blouses that go with the tainly isn't and was never n of his earlier years that ha in considerably farther than my a
y ineeme someway. ThatSothe reason tn ot e $950,000,000 sufficient documentation to war. command. Thate colonel said he was dirnds. Even mediumgod man tended to be. my office tell the change thatuaintancehip with the president
topl the fiscal policy in Washingto n Looks rant his deciding that a union is sick of seeing the gals popping ers, once the first reaction to lo They make little attempt to re- came over him the trmendou I suppose not mny ns
Li tl which is t w n footed by the U i axpayer Othe Communist infiltrated, controlled around in sunsuits, their hair up ing another war is forgotten, lit- spect, let alone learn, a ew words burden tht lay upon his shoulders how farit doesgoaek.TheWah.
to s a" thatIften we can giVel that kinda moneync aawe can or directed, or is giving aid to in curlers, and their bare atom- rally do not exist among the Ger- of the local languages and seem especially in the war years ingn Nationals began around
e n the paniards anervice to the guyItalians wan th e pa the world communism, or is impair- achs sagging over the shorts. man people as a race. to think that by screaming and 10. At that time, they were chi
give awa a little free mall service to t racing the strength of or interferin He said he was tired of seeing But I am hot with the colonel on talking a sort of Chinese short- When I walked into his office on ly government clerks who played
l An how comethe craftsmen can get six raise with the Armed Forces of the U fat women crowded into slacks, one point, which he did not define, hand, that they can make all lo- that last occasion, he remarked ball in their off hours. When the
the uys inthe office cant get a dime without additional ncom Then the attorney general must appearing on the military reserves but undoubtedly had in mind. This cals understand. They criticize that I looked ery well and I asked Civil War started, most f them e
to offset the raise? file a petition with the Subversive and in the streets, and generally is that Americans, once abroad, everything rudely in terms of him in tur how h felt The Pr listed and almost the entire team
My was sort bankn on that $250 we was gonna get Activities Control Board (with a giving the U.S. Army forces a bad seem to think that they are slum- their own background in rural dent aued for a moment looed wa wiped out at the Battle Bull
w car. Our old Maxwell is aorta woreout an thereslawatme awauee
My old lady was sorts banking on that 250 we was gonnaoget tp accused union) asking name. The reaction has been ming, and that anything goes. We Kentucky, without reflecting that tmentn aueerd ort f woent Run. ter the Nationals were re-
to buy a new ear. Our old a s ok e e ot ant for action. If the nation's top law mixed; some say the colonel's are not talking about constant very possibly several people in h, aid. organized and started py
a seller here in Coln got a spankn new Cole that he wants to officer believes his demand is of dead right, some say he's dead globe-trotters, with rounded expe. earshot might have gone to the about Tey were probably the
ell r 250 an the Maxwell as a trade. Now I on see ow utmost public importance, he can wrong, and that he is invading the rience in respecting the customs trouble to learn E lish ant to know how first team, as far as I can estab-
we can afford it. An iffen Mr. Newman fixes t so that the free get the SACB to act on his pe- privacy of the American woman's of others, but about the folks who There' are women ving abroad really feel I feel ustlike a base sh, which began to play out-
traupportation to the States is added to our commissary bill n almost immediately, inalienable right to look awful in get sent places on order or make on government dough today whoall club would feel ing intothe town baeb when they went to
t"res )ott folks ound he are gonna be mighty vexed. 'ter long hearings, the 8ACB the free name of comfort. the one stab at a whirlwind ac- never one ad a c ing woman th inni when tey hd only Cincinnati to lay the Reds. Or-
U B f *^'* \ m cide whether the .union is Esthetically, I am for Dilley all cumulation of "culture". Very of$- e night mn'to play the gmem" .nied b- eb o e, di .ot
S unist infiltrated, dominated, the way, because there never was en the dependents of troops "
" tho Bplring, etc., etc. Then there is a dame that looked like anything people who would never get c tm.i r .... 'That of cour meant the gamoe
recourse to the courts. Finally, if good in pants-anything butlike a to Europe than Mississippi bu fo would forfe Basba has come a long way
INSURANCE the decision is against a union, boy, if she is skinny, or plain hor- the old man's job. d dn*- eve-n l .e.w s ince then, as a business and in the
such as Harry Bridges' long-time rible if she is broad where broads language d.the abuse felt it wa a premonition of his hearts of the American people. To.
prb-Soviet West Coast longshore- are supposed to be South Pacific. But they act as f they were still when a let of them would be more death. l da later e Pres day I am glad to note tat the
men's outfit, such a union will I do not, however, hold any ran. home, and had suddenly been 1n- at -home if they were on their dentpssed o rn citizens of Coffeyvlle Kans., are
in regards to the letter you published concerning the new simply be put out of business. It cor for an offense against the good vaded by strangers. They urse hands and knees with a buck of erecting a memorial library to my
government insurance written by "Senior Endowment will be denied the right to appear taste of the Germans, because the food and are suspicious of the suds and a scouring rag. EMBARRASSING MOMENT good friend, the late Walter John-
It seems to me Senior, that the round old age of 25 wouldbe before the National Labor Rela- they haven't got any taste, clothes water and complain- bitterly- of S on who,I believe, wll go dow
a ine one for you to begin realizing that you shouldn't be look- titans Board, to make company ts or otherwise, and never had, ex. suspected fraud. They fling money We are the rudest people abroad ne of my most embarrassing in history as one of baseba'
ing forsomethin for nothing. anywhere in the courts or torep- cept when making lampshades out like it was dirt and reckon to buy that I know of, and it' wrong, ex i itha resident
What you should be on the look-out for a good bargain resent union members in any of their cousins. hey invented the anything with it. The English ay cause we are not ,rue at home. with Warr Hardin short aft e st pitchers.
for the dollars you do spend. You will look a lon way bore fason in any area of collective dirndl skirt, which makes all be basically a little ruder, but they There'll be more to say on the th end of World War I. General ave a lie-size p ng
ou find one which will match this that you are about to turn bargaining or union organization. wearers look pregnant. The Ba. haven't got the dough to make it subject. JhnJ Pr commander of ter th I cherh outside y down
down. or can any Communist, pro-" ... . the'American Expeitionary Force stalrsice, but the eopeo Co.
In actual cash value, you have proven to yourself, you will Communist or Communist symp- had come b-ack from Francea feville ae been a me
lake $25 from Tio. Sam at the furthest maturity date of the thizer, though politically inactive, rea t her adding was to throw le the ave tfor the Ibrary.
hold d obOEelctive or a e- J -- --- tiM* ... m: "' itthe bell it the openinggameIh
Wpoihat you don't seem to have taken into account, or at least n any o even if that union f 50I Ii l ln tar i S : I" t rtr' tr b.
you seem t have disardd without consideration, is the fact is not Communist influenced. It and Pershing w s to officiate at he g
tht you will have excellent coverage over the next forty years should be pointed out that the '- tl
of your life. d. so mT" dno tt Harding arrived exactly on
Surely, tkese are the years when you will need the coverage Marshal Tito's Communist Yugo- WASHINGTON- (NEA)- At one was now running for the governor- ed, the doubting director stood by when the presidentrof the Unites o
the most. The next twenty or twenty-five years are the ones slavia. of the last National Security Coun- ship? the doorbell. But sure enou it States aves, it is customary to ---
which your wife and children would most need the money should However, this law still doesn't ci meetings in te White House- "Yea," said Sam. I hear de rang automatically. roced with the ceremony a I I
ou leave them permanently. After that the children should at seem to solve the basic question before the members went scurry- folks laughing bout it." Insection of te iring revealed and. It is not ro to keep him
east e able to take care of themselves; if not also contribute of Communist control each of the ing out of town on vacations- Rep. Arthur Younger (R., Calif.) that sulation on one of the door- waiting. But, un tely or me
to their mother should she survive you. accused unions can cleanse itseH President Elsenhower doodled a who comes from the town of San bell wires had been scraped off, Pershing was late. I couldn't teUl
Certainly do admire your spirit of Initiative. That good old by removing such men as Harry tt sketch of Vee President Nix- Mateo, south of San Francisco, where the wire crossed te bath. anoeths, an. I maethe best
Am icanway of getting out and looking for something better. Bridges or he UE's Jim Matles on while a series of reports were thinks city folks are not getting room water line. Vibration of the eoduses I could Manwhiee emy 0 I I
j ean bo f urei n toulet menloow whenfor fndmth bettr and come back to the SACB and bein' read enough attention. That's why he plumbing made a contact that ballplayers were lined p readyI M M I TY
1srn I eans be ot the attorney. general with affida- introduced hs bill to create a new rang the bell ever tim e the water to march down to th flagpole, i M M N 1s IT
-- El Gringo infiltrated by pro-Communmsts. NSC -taff member who ham ob- couture" at Cabnet level. Even when Congress o-ders the

..argue with union thatcomes out l Wl, wh6 has his eye entific research and study on their Take the case of Reconstruco n "Wha s he matter? Why are you [ --
ARMY AND NAVY PERSONNEL Wh.. ec.,*et. D otha dk nae deaot h fit Ji woud creat oa secretary -Io wco sd d I a't gtd y bapy d^
bates will rae forever. .take care o this, ecre- and our assistant secretaries of now down to 300 and by Dec. 31 i know what ay
But most o the pro-Communist t h a r in told the ouns man urbiculture. What they would do it will bedwn to00. But they'll ed" I ,
W ISE INVESMENTS unionswil try to et bac intothe w-th gr --.H.l.- "---. would be upto the- residents b .. "h T r F
E ARLY IN LIFE fedralin which hasben opposed ot a eah v e Representative younger chose Three hundred former RFC ea. terrific ovation. Thq crowd ru i bri . o _w
..L EAD TO SECURITY -- **...- --""? .1;. o atzens fro ra s a ne no t fin ny aer teCnew Federal Faclitie abr mba t me ^a nd,. Ii Tl i
Means e :on wag unions "- '-'r 8terling Roberts, Federal ous- prograrubr n
wll be or this Kind of were'11 nrctiein Democrats ing Administration director for isposed of andi tneral Serv. I askePershing f he was ready R| -p
NV EST cover. They'd aump some of their w a Tennessee with headquarters inices Administration whieh -ill to raise the flag, and he aid thatl apparent in every


I 11 V-;-a obviously Commumst leaders, be; He t ellsone sory aout asoMemphis, has reported to Wash. car"B ut he askca mrod-uo- go
have them selves for a while, adi-c ry n te aaarf-bern o o h ...- -
-N OW IN A po .up ain. made Arkansas hillbilly from the ingt^onoe of the more unusual tion in Central America.tbwidtthhim.Ase.Iac
T I more things changettown of Box Kite near the Murphe y problems faced by FHA inspectors Another 75 RFC employes have wotdewieldtomye lew I eoS N||" etpdtional kep
R ,OWING ORGANIZATION ohe. rain to in the field. merely moved over to Small Basi- &oHrL to Mo Iai
O R G A NmoTre easeythe embarrassment-fcon. ance.strII hIw/went
si R O IN ...% ^_ .... .. "Little Rock, stu* d law at night A Woman in a public housing ness Ad aftratonhe emarrasmetonri
"" ~and finally got the idea he's ran unit called Roberts recently a~n4 the disaster loan program. Per. ing, who was sitting on one sidel H l. M
- T RUSTWoRTHY MANAGEMENT ... ...--or governr.Ins campaignhe compiled that every time snheaps.25 more wll"tot fthe field in the presidential boxm
nNtI lm 1 lhlA,t|r n naturally came back to Box Kite. flushed the commode, the doorbell agencies working on former( RFC almost unoticd by -the crowd. I lltl S/K
"I O--'Am^T^ oN~n VIl JII.O1akIs ` There he encountered Sam, an old rang. She wanted somethingdoeentions. SITATN ]a fl) I I 'V/
SPERATING SL.CE 1928 _. darky he had known in bl boy- about t right away. But all RFC field offices have SITUATION 1S SAVED
rnena skd hi f eha o b d 1ersadat insectorr nuked-beeny losed. It's that liquidated, W U*ackl ars tel d au- l [~ l n E
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F I~to some traffic problems, but,, Al i d ae this t ersemony, "Gen era ul .* If Wema
f R Rhoden, a dog warden think it's -- -- t would like to ny, y resperhap s yo IuI Y
I 4-- "astritly for the dogs." to thu ldlik dent toi / pr//your
UI n n ITsAI Re's tf und that since the city Per shing, of e ourse w aa d e.[ q f r S
TO CALL dopte4d one-way streets in many PghteI.After the eershiony, be o urs, a _.
s to 4e W de W have turned them to o and 1 came btek to y bdate, l w^V^ S .-- SL
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DENVER Aug. 27 -(UP) he drove to nearby Pine, Colo., chairman of General Mills,, Ind. discuss the latter's current study
President Einhower yesterday for a day of trout fishing on the that the oute to better word of government reorganization.
signed two more important piec- ranch ofBal F. Swan, one of his mparlts aoid better feeling among White House p r e a s secretary
es of islat&on passed by the Denver friends. nations lay in "prudent widening James C. Hagerty said the Presi-
83rd ne cudi g the mu- Today will give him a chance and deepening of the channels of dent will pick up Mr. Hoover in
tual security authoriaton bill to limber up his arm for next trade and. investment by us." Washington next Monday when he
agme atstrengthening the ability week when he and former Presi- The President's fishing trip with oes to the nation's capital to ad.
friendly nations to resst com- dent Herbert Hoover spend sev- Mr. Hoover next week was expect-ress the American Legion con-
munism. eral days together fishing In the ed to give the two a chance to vention.
Rockies 70 miles west of here.
He ,also approved the $1A,* The mutual security authoriza-
000n mle dollars for. mill- tion bill the President signed cov.
tary pblie works sad family ered a total outlay of $352,868,-
ba singa millo dollars for 000. He still has before him for
ent compesa ti e n action the smaller,, t ,024,568,000 THE SIMPLEST
fer vete an, and 33 million in MSA appropriation.
rasta to states for nempley- The MSA gisatd earmarks AND BEST LIGHTMETER
at eompeasatiom nearly 2% billion dollars for di.
rect and Indirect military aid, T-
The supplemental appropriation Including 700 million dollars for
also included 21 million dollars in Southeast Asia and the western
grants. to states for hospital con- Pacific.
structlon, 16 million 'for public The President also signed, with
facility loans by the Housing and admitted concern, the merchant
Home Finance Agency, and $1,- marine bill which insures on a
200,000 for Washington National permanent basis that a "substan-
Airport maintenance and c o n- trial proportion" of water o r n e
structlon. cargoes of the government will
move in United States flag ves- t
The, President acted on 71 bills sels.
at the summer White House. The The President said the section
bulk of them were private relief dealing with currency convertibi-
measures, of which he vetoed two lity would handicap the disposal
of a minor nature. of American farm products a-
The chief executive played golf borad, and questioned the wisdom
again at the Cherry Hills Country of the off-shore procurement divi-
Club during the afternoon. Today sion, "which by forcing United
States essels into trades ton which
they normally do not operate,
college Shangr-Lad increase the cost of the aid
progrHe said he would ask Atty. Gen.
Ha u al Air Herbert Brownell Jr. for an o i-
S Unusual Ai nion on the applicability of the
currency convertibility provision,
ZAREPHATH, N. J. (UP) and added he hoped Con g r e s sa
Drinking, smoking, dancing-even would reconsider these two items
lipstick-are unheard of at Alma next year.
White, -a college Shangri-la where In other action, he promise.
the professors wear black bowler ed to give high priority to the
hats, frock coats and stiff white reciprocal trade program in his
collars. 1U5 legislative program to be uh tM P
submitted to Congress in Janua.
The beautiful 1,000-acre campus, ry, r A
nestled peacefully beneath t h e He Wrote Harry A. Buffis, board


Watchung Mountains, Is a far cry
L. from the "average" American col-
lege where the. professors dress
lik e businessmen, co-eds wear
jeans and social life centers about
Saturday night dances.
There are no week-end high-jinks
at Alma White, a spiritual haven
for 30 young men and women
and the six unpaid teachers who
comprise the entire college popu-
lation.
There are no stadium Jammed,
football games, no shrieking cheer
leaders to whip up student "spir-
it," no fraternities', no sororities,
no social teas, no gala "float" pa-
rades and annual homecomings
here. There is only a quiet peace.
The Rev. Arthur K. White, pres-
Ident, whose mother, Bishop Alma
White, founded the institution in
llas1-db the sw1 wa s t pto
of sence and spirotuartac
ulties
"We ma k e no apologies for
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S The college, only 30 miles from
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der. It is accredited by the state
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of science and bachelor of arts.

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:Peter Lind Hayes, when he's not feet in diameter and 15 feet long.
night-clubbing or doing his CBS-. I stood on it and the director gave
radio stint, loves goLf And he the cue to fall off. I fell. Any.
has an lI-handicap, which makes thing for a laugh, so I gave it the
him a pretty fair divot digger. works and landed flat on my face.
This means that he has trouble "I looked at the director. He
getting games at clubs where he's was unhappy. 'It was static,' he
known. Recently, he was going said. 'Static,' in TV parlance,
around the course bolo, when he means that it lacked action.
niet another golfer who confessed 'One of the writers had a bright
t, the same handicap. They began idea 'How about having the log
play together. s roll on top of him?' he said. They
Word got around that Ha.es. was tried It. When I'd turned sufficlent-
unknowingly playing against Ralph ly purple and my eyeballs were
Guldabl, two-time National Open bulging nicely, they got four stage.
winner. On the back nine. some- hands to lilt the log off my stom.
body whispered to Hayes. '*How're ach. 'That's no good, Sid,' said the
you doing?" "I don't know." Pete director-'the log masks you from
said. "For an 11-handicapper, he's the audience
pretty good. I'm only one up on "We tried my rolling the log
himn." along with my feet. This was 'too
.. eg predictable' for the director. Then
'Dr. Bergen Evans who doubles writers decided the scene needed
as professor of English literature something else, and the something
at Northwestern University and they suggested was a live leopard.
epcee of DuMont's 'Down You Or maybe a puma.
Go," admits that there was some "Fortunately, nobody liked the
resentment from his acuityy col. Idea. So they decided to stand the
leagues when he turned enter- log on end and have me make
trainer, like a flagpole sitter. This would
--- give the scene some suspense. Ae-
Being a comedian on television cording to the writer, I was sup-
Ish't all a bed of banana peels. posed to represent 'man's strug-
There's lots of hard work involved gle against nature.' When -I fell
in making people laugh. 15 feet the audience was guaran-
Witness one episode, during last teed to laugh, because it wasn't
season's NBC-TV "Your Show of one of them that fell. I heard that
Shows," involving Sidt Caesar. Sid and slid down the log, saying that
wearily rmcourtedi the whole mes- I didn't feel the scene." ,
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tiqn that humor is serious busi- Eventually, they took the whole
ness. log bit out anyhow, but by this
M'We were rehearsing a camp- time Caesar was bruised, batter.
scene," he began. "But it lack- ed and better off In some other
e4 something. So the writers ere. line of work.
a*d a bit with a big, heavy log.
I was supposed to fall off it-the Imagine s o m e o n e defending
g(g being about something being soap operas, or, for tiiat matter,
*a easy as falling off a log. the TV versions, called detergent
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Ing what she does for a living 'It is one of the first attempts
these days. And youd be right- to bring entertainment of a more
she's on a detergent opera, NBC. mature and sophisticated nature to
TV's "Concerning Miss Marlowe." the daytime audience. This is
"Meg Marlowe." Louise says, something the viewing public is
Entitled to. When I accepted the
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Industrial Battle For Control

Of M tgomery Ward In Offing
NEW YQO A. 27 (UP) A coantruction. sb iAAilng dn
y g S re iwho father t, touch
an mnM j tzlk dealer financIl wqrld etl.tuh1_
chall SSewell Av- Twhen it was. e he -4etl
ry t fur Icontrol of Mont- was buying up blOcs of aIrd
gomery the nation's sec- stock. The lame has beenT
ond btgges malrder house. active on the New Yok
* LOuis B Weolfon. 42, of Miami ,.an.O for several ays.
3 dach, di he d h o am-I. wA.1, 6 umpd.6
dates are.eut to et conSrolling .share in..trading last k. ,
interest l the- 7t on-dollar has show.piother $1.37 r
At hM e rte, today lose Itood at 1
Avery, hO i baided the comprnAhars. I
pany for 25ars, h ad 1inthe t Wolfson's ter
at once, but It Was certain of operate has been ue
80-ear-old Montgomery Wardbuying-up of enough holdings t
boa chairman would put up a:Insure him ontrolofa coman
bitter battle known to.be in distress, and the
For y he as dealt with suddenly moving in to establish
critic &f his policies from that control at a stoc hlder
within t" company by 'mass meettig. -
firinga 0o'xecutives and TOce A former University of Geor
he defied .the US. government gla football player, WAlfson be
until ioldtera marched into his gan his business career when bh
office una charged him out to left college in 1932 to o to world
the street in his father's junkyard in Jack
At a news conference, Wolfson sonville, Fla.
said he asd his associates believe
'hey already hold the largest A few months later he per
block of shares in Ward's but he suaded his father and brother
did not d. ose the number, to drop that business to organ
It il sknwn that the Allied le the Florida P FW and Supol:
,Fund ani investment company Co., borrowing $5,060 on his lit
that hasibeen the largest sgile Insurance for the initial Invest
stockholder in Ward's, owns 90,- ment.
000 of thecompany's outstanding In the first ye sales amount-
6 million common shares. ed to $100, 00, under his di
Wolfson's statement thus Indi- reaction the co iany was worti
cated he holds more than 90,000 8 million doltei by 1944 .when
shares. he liquidated It. I
Wolfson's announcement sig- His present business interest
naled the opening of the third alsb include a chain of 21 Geor
big industrial battle this year. gia and Florida movie theaters
The pro y eight presumably will the Capital TSansit Co. of Wash
follow -.e lines tf the one in ington; Merritt-Chapman an
which fancier Robert Young Scott, one of the nation's laresa
wrested control of the New York construction firms; the Nev
Central Railroad from William York Shipbuilding Co.. the New
White, and the successful contest port Steel. Co., and Devoe an
for the New Haven Railroad wag- Reynolds, .L paint manufacturing
ed by Patrick McGinnis. Avery concern.
comes up for re-election as A quiet soft-spoken business
chairman of Ward's at a meet- man wh4'as shunned publicity
ing April.22, and Wolfson may until no, Woltson will be tan
make a move then to unseat him. gling with one of the touches
Wolfson told reporters he and figures V.9 American finance
his associates "intend to do all when I ckles Avery.
we legally and properly can to The lnrg Ward's chairman
change tne management in or- has c firmly to control c
der to achieve. progressive and the firnt despite the controver
essential reforms." He said the sies stored up by his policies
huge mall-order firm "has slip- During World War II he defied
ped steadily 'behind its principal the Ideral government to re
competitor" in recent years: move him from office, leaving
He accused the Ward man- only when soldiers carried hir
agement of "hoarding money" from behind his desk to th
during the postwar expansion stteet.
boom, and sharply criticized a Ward's has lagged behind
S300-millqun-dollar cash reserve Seam, Roebuc kand Co., its big
set aside In anticipation of a go competitor, in the postwar
postwar recession. rt r I for business. Avery's critic
iPhe "principal competitor, is 19e blamed this on his conserve
8eArs, Roebuck and Co., which fve handling of the firm
had anticipated a postwar boom ;uads while other mail-orde
and jumle" its sales from about, flps were expanding.
a billion dollars in 1946 to almost .At present, Ward's has 590 re
3 billions last year. til stores in addition to its ma
In the same' period, Ward's orderr business.
sales rose only,'from .654 million Wolfson named his associate
dollars to just under a -billion. In the deal am, Saul and Ce
In cr in d's build up cll Wolfson three brother
of the IR I1i t sU i
he said al businei ado officials of his 'Capital Trans
d the shortsighted policy Co., and Martin Segal of Milwas
the pnent management Of
P Montgo n ry Ward, depresi6bn
would be inevitable."
H. I. Prankard U, presidentof "
Allied Fund, said today he vill
give "careful study" to Wolfsan's
plans.
"We are interested in aay ro-
posal by a stockholder dpogned r I
to improve the managex~it of THE
Montgomery Ward," he sid.
Wolfson did not men 'n Av-
ery by name, but it was parent
that in referring to management
he meant the "iron snan" who
has ruled Ward's wit a firm.
hand for years, and often has
fired platoons of topW Icers.
Wolfson, said .he tends to
meet with Ward sto holders in
various sessions acrt9= tlh na-
tion.
"I invite a1 iMntomery
Ward.. tiholder1L express
their iw On i ram by
writing ne at n-Mont-
pomnery Ward stockholders
committee," he Kid. He ave
the address as Pd Office Bex
131, Grand CeiraJ Station,
Ward's, he saJ Is "the kind
Sof special situa in which by
substantial Int rntion, we feel
we can help th company I
"Our continue Investment In
Montgomery W L tock, candid-
ly, has been h the. intention
to strengthen qc position In the
company with view to super-
seding. there t management,"
Whe said.
Wolftsn, w already controll-
Sed a 200-anlla|-douar industrial __ _
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Avr's dispute with the gov- a strike ag ainst Ward's, wbI
eminent arose in 19144 when the was clawed as an essential de-
late President Franklin D. Roose- tense industry. .
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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR. AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA McoAer G t on Aiu. (U tc r O, 1M00petrs O g.
LIBRERIA PRECIADO 7 street N 13s CASA ZALDO Agenca Internal d ftblieselones FARMA DOS outlook oo ontrac awards n f t
MORRISON 4L of July Ave, &Ct Ce1ral lAve. 149 4\Ce Aein1m1 ut IO ien Walter R sIonths about 17 rcent e
FOTO DOMY FARMACIA EL BATURRO MACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN'4* DUS seredthe administration ssr ag" dica timg
juto ArOme Ave. and 33 St. No. 3 Lottery Plaza I Lefevie 1 Street 50 Str t No, 53 b o"t taken steps to assure a Will Continue at 1 for
LOURDES PHARMACY FARMACIA LOMBARDO ikWl8 SERVICE nHOSEDOLD EXCHAN$E ,, Teo economyyf abu-
12 La Ca"isruilHla Fourth of July Ave l1I Central Ave. J. Fo. de a O usa Aye. No. 41 Ing saonmyg t e rest of year.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN N EADEAe ress o ual rate of bion, d
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0 tegcoming months.
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT RESORTS COMMERCIAL & t Prsiem
Household Automobiles AparmentsSTER'S COTTA S, one mile PROFESSIONALt e has been hat o a year ago.
Santa Clara. Low rates. o Phone 1 -1140 bear ost predict
FOR SALE: Furniture, due to trip FOR SALE:-Used cars, cheep. Pan- ATTENTION G. I. Just built modem Balboa 2-1866. b n oomitslast January iventores a majease of the
cheap. Phone 3-5552. am Auto, S.A., Jo Francisco de furnished apartments, one, two R RENT 3-bed b h front (NEA Telephoto) tt '>thenaion'sset' business dip. The rent decline
FOR SALE: bedroom l ss Avenue Nobedroomedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel. house, Sea Cliff Acres. Tel. Bolbont Protect your argo VICTOR-Democratic Senator not ear In itory- in to paves the w for new
FOR SALE: Diningroomon _FO ALE:JaZephyrnP402 t pmes Eastland waves his ha tm as the 1953 orders to factories for replace.
parlor sets perfect condition. Juan FOR SALE: 1941 Lincoln Zephyr, oPhon5e Ponoam 3-4941. 3 e p.m. Jtlrum la t l and waeashisehat L homdn at
.parlor sets, perfect con 10 excellent condition, $150 cash. FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurnish- - fit ttriUmphatJackpon, Mi a,, pr better than i aents
B SosaStreetNo. 3, Ap. Phone 5-167, House 224-A, Gatun. ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments. Phillips. Oceanside cottages, Santa after t became apparent that Sale: Have been ho at
FOR SALE--Venetian blinds for any -- -. -- Co n t a c t Alhmbr Aportments, Clara. Box 435 Balboa. Phone U t h had won the Democratic d been hal fairy high, levels wit te ex
12-family housecomplete set. Tel. FOR SALE-1953 Plymouh Fordor 0t o h Street. Phoe 1386. Colon. Panama 3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673. primary nomination. The Vie- i ypa n wtl appears in eeptions particularly In durable
___. B, vn rectionals. Call Saturday, Milt, Al- FOR RENT:-Aportment above Cen- Spend your Vocation in Volcon in T a irtS itlyasure Eastland. t, opmerce Depart.ment evel hles oal
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse Loundro brook 3114. trail Theater building, Central Ave- HOTEL JULIAN OfAthirdteDepartmheretaillreportseVsaepovmisingerha
mat, 25-cycle, used only 18 months nue No. 141. Inquire Central The- where y ou con go riding, fishing, -ture of the eunomy" Weeks said year ago.
$250; Hoover vacuum cleaner $25, FOR SALE Allstate utility trailer, other, manager's office. hunting and enjoy a nice climate. NOW in an inteVI business s conf-a
QM. dining table, black hard plas- $50. Phone 4-573. Pedro Miguel. Hotel Juiran provides you clean rooms ,I nter vi "esiness o ll
ic top, 42x42 $8; 2 straight chairs FOR SALE: '50 Oldsmobile Club apartment, 51st Street No 42. Un- mode-Write for reservation. HOTEL GEO F NOnation.OutloY, INC. Casesokcertal l
$1.50 each; small wooden desk $7 coupe, excellent tires, radio, clean furnished. For further details call JULIAN, Hat, Volcn, Chiriqui. F.INC.Juy. Number of unemployed has
Leedy 3-octave vibraphone, 25-60 throughout. Can finance. Phone Zubieta: 3-1802. 3-3337. Under new management. Central Ave. 27He
I new $225; radio ear hearing aid. --0 PerRENT:- Furnished apartment. TO 3-0140 Reuther UW U a statement
used one month $100; Philco Il-FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet, gaood refrigerator, pa rIoar-dinlngroom, M ISCELLANEOUS --, fon/ r aUN Vt i 1 d e nh mnthstO ufaor abeek idae
tube table model radio $40; 3- condition, low mileage. Phone Bol- kitchen, bedroom, garage, $60. ___Strikeeik dtrop)ed. a-el
speed record-changer $30; other boa 1796. 112. Via Belisorio Porras. FREE ESTIMATES Reconditioning and Learn Ballroon Danci WA INTO, Aug. "n (UP) the spri of last yri Jpritsfter te hra
ite ms. 786-B, lvernilla Street. FORSALE: 1949 Chevrolet sedn FOR RENT:--One and two bedroom eupholstering Furniture. Advice in aEl Panama Hotel The Public Health rve said our country's abiy to prod ater ta hav been y
t Phone B ,alboa 1828. black, white tires, excellent condi-, F Interior Decorating. Call EUREKA, Studio. We will be day 2,207 new polio e cases were re- er prese u t'eeonomi con- This resulted
FOR SALE: Ttppan stove, 4 non- tion. For information phone 2-4605 apartments, furnished, hot water, 2-4632. uips e wro l Aud. 2, 20rt e w across th e ren as t ao s," t o sald.
RSALE:-Tppan stove, 4 non- rpo reasonably priced. Bellisario Porras helped from Aug. 20, ported across e nation last Under prese economic con- T rult lafrom repeal
rust burners, oven wth glass door, or Avenue No. 101. Phone 3-2568. WENDEHAKE MEDICAL CLINIC f to Oct. 11. week, an increase of more than ditio euhe sd.
a.est models NEVER USED. Blar- dFOR RENT FOR RENT:-Furnished opartmri nts, Central 206, beside Copitolio Theater HARNETT & DUNN 15 per cent over the 1,905 in the "The key fact ~ut obr econo- Gross national product: Total
goain.Phone 3-2057, Sr. Lope r R R N bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. istingt Phone 2-3479r back th p o week my s that it m*st expand and rodDction of all goods and serv-
FOR SALE- Weston house refrigera- Il M room, diningroom and porch. 48th TRAVEL. Enjoy o wonderful week-end l an r growror S.SPRes""iso adqra
tor $50; 3-speed record player with o in San Juan, Puerto Ric September la teps Last week's total, however, was stagnation and an evtual down- quarter of year to an annual rate
extr 60-cycle transformer 40, FStreetR RENT-Two-bedroom chal N. et in. in San Juan, 18-26. Cll COPA Pn member n 3-3171. Dobe, aabo, Gua below the 2,250 cases reported in ward spiral. So far or adminis- of 35 billion dollars. This w a
both 25-cycle. 2716-, Sgo Ave Bello Vist 50th Street No. 48. R REN:-Furnished or unfunish- 18-26 Cl P Panama 3-3 and that new dance the comparable week of last year trtion Washington not tak. encouraging to government econo.
both 2cyce. 76-, S Ave B Tel 1713 0h treet No 48. ed one-bedroom apartment, with FOR SALE Cha ChauOha. and the 3,;501 ases in the corre- en the steps that wfltassure a mists because rate hat shown sue
^Cocc-i,.. Tel. 7 3 _13.---_ _ haet _To smaoil kitchen, bathroom, porch. For spondlag week of 1952. full production ecomy of abun- cessive declines for pre ced in g
FOR SALE:-5-pc. bedroom set with FOR RENT:-Furnished cholet: Two information see Fobrego, East 29th :r da c." thtin *arters
box spring mattress $125. Phone bedrooms, livingroom, dinitgro6m, Street No. 18', rear of "Mercado SMp5eul BIRo far this year, 14,904 cases Construction has In'th only
2-2490. mads room garae, ptio$130. Vosco, 1000 to 2:00 noon nd LEAVING MUSTELL:Radio and HIROPR TOR have been reported. That com- business activity thi ar that Industrial production: Has level
....FOR SALE :Two-door G.E. refrigero- Bella Vista, Uruguay Street No. 13. 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. .L INelectrical USparts EL:Rdand equipment. D a with 15,954 to the compare has far outstri PPed 1. Most oth- ed off at 124 per cent of the 1947. -
tor $90, Real Host stove $40; but- _Phone 3-1686. FOR RENT: Modern apartment, Many other miscellaneous articles DPa.l er Gduatel 1952 when the numberhit9,830 er economic fields hai en.fol- 49 average on a seasonally ad.
fet room divider $20; Schubert up- FOR RENT:-Semi furnished chalet very cool, two bedrooms, maid's going very cheap. Garage 761-X, OFFICE HOURS: ord high lowing pons el ad usted basi per cent
right piano $175. Call Panama 3- in Vistermoso, properly screened & room, garage. "El Congrejo." Phone No. 1, Borneby Street, 7 to 9 p.m. s a- 12 and 2 S pm. r Operating at levels be I those low a year ago.
5279. ventilated, livingroom, diningroom. 3-2232. Phone Balboa 1828. Per e l. The health service saidof 1953 and 1052.- Farm income: Down about
FOR SALE:-60-cycle dx 2 bedrooms garage yard, $85 FOR RENT-Funished or unfurnish- FOR SALE: 25 -cycle Craftsman 1 bloc fro uTheatre) cent of this year'scaseswere Latet business statsts show: per cent from year ago.
matic washer-sell or swap; Rattan monthly, Tel. 6109 Curundu, C.Z. ed I-bedroom apartment, oill con- thickness planer, power saw and ported as paralytic, 32 per cent
livingroom. Phones 2-6371. 5773, FOR RENT: 3-bedroom bungalow veniences. 168 Via Belisario Porros. three 45-hp. motors. Call Balboa non-paralytic and 31 per cent HA M IWRTH P A A IT W ITH
Diablo Heights.. $135; 2-bedroom bungalow $100. 1432. Saturday or Sunday. TRANSPORTES were unclassified. AUKIn F Ji W E
FOR SALE: Mahogany diningroom Well located, good neighborhood FOR RENT:-Modern furnished apart- FOR SALE: 25-cycle air-condition- B A X T E A. T t
furniture: 8 chairs, buffet, table, and aol modern conveniences. Ap- ments, moderate prices, suitable for ing unit, specially made for Canal B AX ER 9 S.A. SCOUr N TheWowen poetict w fh eed j rthu
china closet, $150 or will sell sep- ply Sonny Boy 810. Tel. 3-3041. Americon families. 11th Street, Zone current. For information coai packers,AShippersS oNazw re from an enthusiastilcA 1%waH w
Stately. House 4-B, New Cristobal, Parque Lefevre. Phone 2-1282. Pedro Miguel Dispensary, Phone Movers SADIE THOPSON last night. '
until Sept. 1. P i n Of d 4674, from 8 to 12, including Sot- Tels.: 2-2562 & 2-2451
nti Sep r 5Position FOere FOR RENT:-Cool 2-bedroom opart- urdoy. l 2-262 -451 l GS Troop s15
FOR ENT WANTED:-Young man, experienced ment in Bella Visto with hot water FOR SALE:-Complete dental equip- Observes 2nd Anniversaryit
in shorthand in English, Spanish aid's room, garage, etc. hone ment AC-DC. Call Pedro Miguel International GirJ Scout Troop On a lovely e a l1
Rooms and bookkeeping. For interview call 30373 or 2-1248. Dispensary, Phone 4674. Also other" 15, under the leadership of Mrs. Where her red be dance
... OR RENT:-Furnished large. len, telephone 2-0894 between 4, and FOR RENT: 2 drm apartment dental items. LICORES "21" Hazel Bcarlett and Mrs. LinnettGave rthe boy hance
S RENT:-Furnished iorge leon FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom aportment,- Across from El Panama Hotel Ogilvie, observed its second an- ave the boys a chance
cool room; all modern conveniences, livingroom, diningroom, kitchen FOR SALE:- Orfintal -rugs, Chinese Finest WInes and Liquors very with a Court of Awards And m sure tosArmytyle
hot woter and private both. Good WANTED:-An experienced salesman laundry room, maid's room with antique furniture, ffgurines, glass- Open Dally from 10:00 a.m. to ad vesture ceremony ye- Those "Blue Blues"
neighborhood. Peru Ave. No. 65. for the Canal Zone, including the bathroom, garage. Alberto Navarro ware, diamond cross. Call Albrook 10:00 p.m. terday evening at the First Isth- Thoat she Blue h so much Blues
lower left. Ponoma Canal Co., Army and Navy. Street No. 53, "El Cangrejo." 2183. Sunday from o00 to 6:00 mlAnin gaSt SchOOl in C0. hate eosang a muc guhe,
RENT: F n 'edlarge coql y P. Box 172, Poanomo FOR L:-uia nd iPan BEd ome Delivery at All ~i l mes P reseat also were representa- In th ml ni h
m psol0 .nce, .ivote Rp ng Piculors ond FOR REN-Apatmet: Livingroom Ft superior 4raolity at .T. el. s tlv e Girl ScO ul ar od
b "rroto 34,_4_ _ _G ir__ _ _gCal d as of
b No. 34, 46th .- -- room, two, edrooms, go- i. "ISTIT," Plaza S T troopll. 1O l AM""
S reet Be WA TEN RAPI I, All sicceId. Cal.le- n Pdnama, ith Street,.Colon. members of e Brigae BeneaAth her tat i6ll '
F RpNT-Ro ,rnished. Fourth Ih-Spanish, fast typist, respoAfsible. a Via poo, "Ctoa "B 0 EN and Girls Auxiliary. In a surpri y t while.
ofJuly double s receptionist. Grant, Ave. poAlere" No. 3. Information: SALE MrsFi. carlett, who wane th I t m rr it to wrong,
balcony, smoll diningroom & kitch- Cubo No. 12. Saturday 11:30 a.m.- Apartment 4. S L ji-Rdelity three delegates who attended the But didn't live tor wng-
enette, refrigerator, screened. Suit 1:00 p.m. Boats & Motors Amp I I f ers Girl Scout training conference Condemned himelfwhout a trial
able for one or two persons, $65. WANTED:- Unmarried experienced, FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, held in Costa Rica early this Never mind her doUlI past;
Phone 2-4912 or 2-3584. bi-linguol Panomanian secretary one room and both, no kitchen. FOR SALE:-Cabin cruiser 221/2 feet year, gave a report on the activ- She made up for it t lst
-----" for small office. Must type well, $45. Bello Vista. Tel. 3-1648. long, "Grey" marine engine. Fully No.3 4th t. cities and service projects carried When he taught her thlt sin is vile.
take dictation in English. Spanish equipped. Call Albrook 83. BellVista out by her Intermediates. Even though her ba-d's shady,
rot required. Mail references to FOR RENT:-Unfurnished modern at- FOR SALE:-Boat 12', Marine ply- Sadie Thompson's J th lady
LEGAL NOTICE Apartoado 1172, Panama. tractive 2-bedroom apartment, go- wood, live bait well. Trailer for Mrs. Una Genore, Atlantic Dis- For whom I'd walk ig long mile.
rage, hot water. Residential section boot. Motor 10 hp. Wizard with A lH A i Mtrict chairman, presented the I'd cross the ocean
Th e UNITED STATES OF AMERIC 44th Street No. 22, Apt. 4. Phone long range press tank. Coc Solo following Girl Scouts with their To be there by her aid
the DUit Srct o the Canal efor LESSO N S 2-0335. 8618. Second Class badges: Virginia On that South Pacific .,
Balboa Division. 6,.Y Cooper, Beverly Case, Joyce To- But since the film s hEr
L 40Ae DT rows Cnaarm ledo, DaisyToledo, ESleenMdo, I aLxeatmontheai
In AdmiraltyMonition, 400AGENCIAS POPULAR PIANO PLAYING taught. ledo, Daisy Else Toledo, I can be almost as near
DECABOTAJE, S.A. a corporation, on Will come to your home. Zez Ben- I I C T Aarmen McFarlane, Eileen Mc- In a Lux seat on the anl). d
its own behalf and on behalf of the nett, 2-1282. VY lle I B De A o wll f 0 l Grace OOgUvie, Beverly -
Master. Officers and crew of the M/V Ogilvie, Janet Malcolm, Olivia -(from a HawOh fan). Advt.
DARIEN. Libellants O Ramos, Everett Sobers, Maria --- --------v-e J_
Sailing Yacht ".Ia NCESS WAIMAI." FOR SALEA B MERRIFIELD, Minn., Aug. 27- Wharton,Thelma Peterknand .
Chl~esndent a (UP)-A despondent young moth- Julie Curtis. Pn -
h eap on the th dayl stAboard ABigsMoRSunday ee tion Plan i
e9e4 Charl.s oE tRtrez of Van Stien,_ _erof three children confessed yes- VacatiVacation
Ramirez and De Castrn. Proctors for FOR SALE:-A real bargain at only terday she threw her six-week-old Three new members, Lurlenb
the Libellants, filed a Libel in the Dis- re m r to n 0 baby "as far as I could" into Peli. Thomas, Elena Anderson and ACROSS 2 Couple
trlct Court of the United States for the $1.70 per meter, lot 1330 square Sara Graham recei
District of the Canal Zone aIlnst the meters, 50 yards from the Trans- General visiting will be allow- stopped here on her maiden voy- can Lake, where t drowned. Sara Graham received their
sailing oacht PRINCESS WAIMAI In a Isthmian Highway and Pueblo Nue- ed aboard the battleship USS age in 1944, and has transited Sheriff Roy Wickland said Mrs. World Pins and were invested in 1 Health resort 3 Vegetable
Admiralty. Civil and Maritime, the vo bus terminal, on recently paved Missouri when she visits the the Canlal several times en route Archie Sanders, 27, admitted she Troop 15. 4 Nevada resort anted
sum of 2.50000. Monte Oscuro road. It has a wood Isthmus this weekend, to operating areas in both the handed her shoes to her two old. The Rev. Sylvanus A. Scarlett, 8 Go -- Alys
And whereas, by virtue of process in cabin, o stream and small fruit Korean conflict and World War er daughters late Wednesday, then Troop Committee member, held fishing 6 entaura
turnable on the 10th day of September trees. Eosy payments. Call 3-5763. The "Mighty Mo" is scheduled II. waded mnto the lake with the in- the interest of the audience as 12Swiss rive Tl
154, I have seaze and tCkeS t sail- to arrive at Cristobal early Sat- she has also stopped at the fant in her arms and hurled the he spoke briefly of the develop- 113 State 8 Water plant
pareL tackle, furntur anl eAulpenit urday morning and will transit Isthmus on several Midshipmena's child into the water. ment ofthe good Girl Scout in- 14 Finnish poem 1Poker stake
and have her in my custody. Notice i.s the Canal upon arrival. Upon ACrulses. Last year, she was here Mrs. Sander first ttu wtthmrl e shw integrated member of .15 Insect egg 11 iest
hereby gven that a Dtrict Court will We Offer the best and ompletion of transit, she will on one of these cruises, and was es ri- her community 16 Church robes Walin
Court Room in the City of Ancon. Ca only available lots in Golf bert at Pier 15, Balboa, where visited by several thousand per e kidnapped but confessed af- Troop Committee, actedlso of as 20 Property item 19 Stringed 27 Plrer l
nl Zone on the 10th day of September Heights, Panama's m o s t she will be open to the public sons during an open house while tephi the baby'nfssd af s body was found in chairman of the programProperty item 19Str ng 2 Asuers
h on4 f eor the anaof d lrlS nd residential development, from 1 to 4:30 Sunday afternoon, she was berthed at Cristobal. allow war h chairman of the P ram. 21 Spanish hero wae3 re ate kepri
Wolff &a Ltdc ha b e d Wr W ar in he' gave no oh sea. 24R in s nro
Who may h asve or claim anyne. t The MissourT, whOch has beeno At the end of World War d2 r ra ds u----2 Vases de ?St
,re hereby cited to be and appear at Wolf & Cnpany Ltd. In continuous active service since hostilities, the normal Japanese sonfornheract 24 Resonng apnese 3 Amoou 4tlo'-
JS T. KINCAID a erton, W ., where she wil un- was anchored in Tokyo Bay. In The mother was placed under a Fellow holder medicine ", at
____ _be ecommissioned and moth- event, a brass plaque set In the a hospital in nearby Braerd- 30 Shaped by 1 r
balled with the Breme rton surrender Physicians said she appeared de- machine
___________________(_____ Group, Pacific Reserve Fleet, at Capt. R. Taylor 8. Keith Is spondent. s a pea IIIp eMore nimbl-
S-Puget Sound, Wash. commanding officer of the "Mo." 34 Turkey's r
KfS A T ..... She is scheduled to depart the Although she normally rates a Wickland said he was unable to LONDON, Aug. 27 (UP)-Cle- capital "" -
I. A N ew s rSS-B B ,-. Isthmus Monday morning for complement of 2,300 enlisted men question her further and did not ment Attlee, former British rime 35 Humble -
"C. A. N ew s f Ii Long Beach, Callf., where she an officer, for this trip... .her plan to file charges against hr minister, nd seven Labor arty 36 Watch -
f ,.. B 5 will make a brief stop before re- lost voyage for some time....she for several days. colleagues visited Shanghai today 37Curved
ftor porting to Bremerton. hasa "under" 1,000 personnel a- Her husband a carpenter was on their tour of Red China. *molding - '
,-- Whleth4, nboarda". at his wife's bedside. He said she The British "visitors dined last 39 Comrades --
C COLPAN MOTORS, INC. While the 45.000 ton battleship had "always been a 5ood mother" night with Shanghai mayor Chen 40 talk
C "Z. Personnel transits, representatives from and didn't believe she was in her Yi and exchanged toasts with him 41Legal matters _. -
q -. -1 ;;slCanal Zone military services and I D AT I right mind when she threw t h and other citv officials 42 West Indian i


several high-rankin officials baby-n-y into the lake. Rep. Rere said Attlee toast. vacation.
from the Canal Zone government Wednesday night Mrs. Sanders ed "Chinese-British friend a b)i island
Srt FOR SALE and Republic of Panama will be PE AL AL spread an alarm that the baby last night and said, "one of te 45 Rival -
On approval! In r d e r that FORVI J guest visitors aboard the ship. ECI SALE had been kidnapped and authorities things that can knit us together 49 Points out
any prospective trs ha p 1 The Missouri has been a f re- organized a search, is an exchange of goods and serv- 81 Negative word
be entirely sat e with the Diplomatic 1953 Plymouth Iquent visitor to the Isthmus. She ices between nations o our mu. 52 Pare
famousBelpl le electric Sedan in perfect condition But Wickland said he became tual benefit." '53 Ceremony
sewing inachine, we invite you Appl 55 Via Rep6blics aAr- suspicious when the motherappear. Chen Yi replied that "we be-s4 Sced
S t en a (El Canrejo) Ecu- ed very calm about the nap- liev your visit will play an a 55Hit, as y -
machine and to take it home dorean Consulate. Frday dall i ing" and her two other small tive role in strengthening the High card
with youfor a feway or from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and daughters Sharon and Ph y s cause of world peace." 57 Before
ofer to sy ouw e ml h Satwerbeday rom a.m. to 4 until sold ; told him that "Mommie" had tak- The Attlee group will remain in DOWN
offve that once you uset we be- p.m. I sortment of en them swimming. Shanghai until Tuesday, making Found on the
hns 1will be en mourned Mrs., Sanders then confessed ashort side trip to Hangchow dur- bch
thine y iu wsll bet efamoure, d no I MI & HOWell She told Wickland she had been ing this time. L -t- LI.
of it. There is, therefore, noi "depressed" since the baby's birth Then the group wil go to Can-
rk volved by our lend 8 but did'not explain why. ton and thence to Hong Kong on T IR E S
you the = hine, as we know t Younger aAftermaking her admission the Wednesday. N EW m e
you Will9 keepo ct it I oyoungero MOVEC M AS mother broke down in hysterical N W
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accusations thec the committee
HF~ianders Ton Doument ,,.rwitk^^iderHe;?eftandt"the New Method Widens Uses For Plastics NY Former Keeps
Ra.Tnders To Dcaument e s Hnway nude The B.F. Goodrich Chemical Co.u
the 4 original accusations. CLEVELAND, 0. (UP) process developed here.
*o a l a [Highway route and traffic mark- The B.F. Goodrich Chemical Co MADRID, N. Y.-(W)-There's
SA I L n a h-.. ers that won't rust and kitchen says the process enables manu.- farmer in this upstate New York
IUIS... ....... E m 5IFido ers also said he has aban- cabinets that won't stain are some facturers or the first time to use village who's bored with the co
ed i o yng to u- of the products that m result standard metalworking stamping al farm amals and he
Lif\ E, ski., Joa ment one of his most serious al. from a new plastics man acturing machinery on rigid vinyl plastic done something about it.
-bAug2 U th wl legations-that the behavior of The process eliminates slow s~. Instead of cows, sheep and goats.
S --WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 --(UP)thy would not need furtherdou. McCarthy's former aides, Roy M. der are: that McCarthy refused ial molding equipment which for Fay Middlemiss keeps an African
OLYWOOD(NEA)- I final- headwhen I to .kid's party." --Sen. Ralph E. Flanders (-Vt.) mentalod. "I am working onoth Cohn and G. David Schine, dam- to testify before a Senate commit- years has made practical to Japanese eer, snakes and
S ly crashed Movietown's lollipop i ALTHOUG I was under the in- said today many of the censure ers that are not in the pub}lc rec. aged U.S. prestige in Europe. tee investigating his fin a n c e s; manufacture many plastic prod. other nonconventional animals on
set. Joan Crawford did, too. fluence of lemonade, I think I have charges he filed against Sen. Jo- ord," he added. that he invited government work- uc s.
The lollipoppers didn't even no- a fairly accurate guest list. Edgar sepn it. McL.Aruay are in i e pub- He said furnishing proof of this era to furnish him information in V Middlmis. is roudest o. his
Joan. e was wearing a live mon. there, ttin her mother's pret- document others. things, he might suggest spena. travel and so ma depositions it that he ... was abusive to Brig. Gen. flexible form it's" used to make than 20 pounds of meat a day. He
key onher, head. ty knee. Joan ett arrived with ...., .....r of the resolu- ing reporters to whom Me arthy was not worthwhile. Ralh W. Zwicker;us tht he abus. hose, floor tile,upholstery,sower exhiths collection n a fenced
Holyt*ood being What it is, one her youngest daughter and Lana tion calling on sne Senate to cen- made some of the statements onp. ed-t a"Sen-te o" la- .;ha ertin ery.'h"ls. iehlosui dl mi atencd
starlet gushed: Tiurner's' rit. girl. In the moh sure the Wisconsin Republicap, which the charges are based. Watkins said the five classes ofi r ived a confidena i r report, an ti an e rain mdin a color in enclosure. Mlddlmlss also owns
i"Wfy, Joan, darling, what a w ere the children of Lou Coastello, told reporters h e oes or.expect Flanders said the five' general charges the committee will cons1- BI letter ac romniovd eenti o an be ma de i any c lor Ausailhann peacocks, and ar Southf
s 'kidst;a.e files. rode or fade, the company claims.. American toad.
But -kids and Bozo the clown ers. special committee which opens i oe o t company cla
and a couple of Teddy bears, Walter'Slezak's press agent was hearings Tuesday. He said he
whose names I didn't get, were there waiting for Walter, who ne- would appear only if the commit-
st artled speechless. So we all rush- er didarrve.The resourceful te, not McCarthy, asks him.
ed over for another drink of lemon- press agent confessed: "Wate s airman Arthur v. atkins *
ae.. childre hare bnh ut esutI d(R-Utah) Wednesday asked the B A
d btter n. anyway. I figure he three senators wh filed charges
A new toy shop opened in Bever- can some kidsfor a couple against McCarthy to supply edocu-
ly Hills. Naturally they had to .of p. aresd ments and witnesses to support
have a arty.You can't open a I really wanted to talk to e their accusations. Watkins said
door in Hollywood without a party. movie kids about their parents. he wanted the data as a help In
Besides, th, toy shop had a press But they were having so much fun assembling facts for the inquiry.
agea. Everything and everyone drinki lemonade and running Two of the accusing senators,
h4s a press agen in Hollywood. wild tween electric trains.dolls J. William Fulbright (D-Ark.) and
I even know a Hollywood press and tgys I didn't have the heart to Wayne Morse (Ind-Ore.), are on a
agent who has a press agent. quiz 'em about whether their par- vacation. at
TOT PELLOW who owns t h e ena vere fighting at the break- Flanders, returning to the capi-
store sent party invitations to all fait, table or having lawyers in for tal for a one-day visit, said ma-
the stars' offspring. Then he tele- dinner. ny of the charges against McCar- DAD B LTM O
phoned all the Hollywood photo-
graphers. When the mamas and
papas heard photographers wouldN VE A IL M
be there-well, it was a riot. I
Junior and sister arrived in f
chaufeur-driven town cars and
bright red convertibles-some with A o. I "J" Sree Tel.: 2-2910
mamas and papas and step-mamas 0
anid step-papas. d 4
But the party really was a dud U nO Y
until Joan Crawford arrived with
daughter Christina and son Chris. i INDU TIlAS PAN AMERiCANA A
Stoph-r. Christina made a curtsy aA
to tatl ty shop's owner, known as iHUSTRIAS PA N
Uncle Bernie, but her heart wasn't lemonadewa/s____________hwe.oL ________I Ave. Just Arosemena No. 79 Tel. 3-1120
in it. She was eyeing a lemonade
tree. Acros Maria Inmaculada School
Ard an organ grinder with a
monkey named Josephine was eye-S E
"Shake hands with Miss Cnaw-
ford," the organ man said to Jo-
sephine the monkey.
.losphine stuck out a hairy
paw. Joan reached for it and in
one he qa .'S 't.L
phine climbed up oan's .ari; r" 4R AA L | 13
perched momentarily/oh one
shoulder and then leaped to the n r
top of her head. Genuine Philppine Furniture
EIGHTEEN photographers al-
most trampled six famous children Lux Venetian BindsAUGUST 30 SEPT
to death to get the picture. Joan Prices Reduced One Third Lux Venetian Bnd AU -. 4
was as startled as the 'monkey. _
S-4t at least she was brave about
it, glng to the photographers: C Visit us at our ONLY STORE
about a woman who went to a u d Coo
psychiatrist carrying a duck under sctedon R S
one arm. The woman said, 'I need
some advice.' 'Yes,' said the psy- No. 38 J. F. de Is Ossa Ave. R E F W G E R
chiatrist, 'what's wroig with you?'
'"Oh,' said the woman, there's Until Sold UUt (Automobile Row) Tel. 3-1713
nothing wrong with ME. It's tmy
husband. He thinks he's a duck.'" rr w ^
I'm not sure but I think Jose- Turry ana d Choose your
hine, still perched atop Joan's a TC hE y u
S "Thank you,O Mss Crawford,"I E
said the photographers as Jose-
phife's owner snatched her out of
Joei shair- ,:IAMN
"t?,s nothing at--all," said Joan. 1 SECOND FLOOR
"I always wea. a monkey on my k.. .,,nSECOND FLOORA t m ahAa r n kn
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It's not only fun to ride out to Tocumen In the late
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too.) For the night owls, whether meeting planes or
not, we've always a welcome, for WE'RE 'OPEN
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inauguration of their weekly flights effective
September 16th


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Cotillion Club Dance held tuesday evening at the NCO The teen-ager who's fortunate R- OSM MAL -mILAWRENCEl.u as endpopsicl. .ticks, w*.
At Brazos Brook Club Club. to have her own large closet BY OSWALD JACOBY kn Mow. sMRI LAWR-NCE -dcl csnd popu-i-e sUcks, wh,
Tomorrow evening the Brazos should see to it thatit's kept neat Written NEA Serviesayshis mother, d It may end surprisingly for us
Brook Golf Club wilbe t he scene Hostesses were Mrs. M. Abbott, and well-organled. Besides stor- .
of a semi-formal dance arranged Mrs. M. Beauregard, Mrs.. E: Ben- ing your clothes, your closet .. |mands constant entertainment.ff aswell asfor him It may g eUq
by the Washington Cotillion Club. son and Mrs. E. Burns. should be fully qupppd to act other children aren't around, he wholly unexpected r e from
IN All golf club members are in- as a "first-ald station' to repair RT g 9 grows bored, complaining and our ownboredom. __
vited to join in the affair for The door prize was won by Mrs. clothes in need. 4K758723 wants to bet old "what to o.
which the Royal Sultans will fur- L. Kalbarczyk and the three The shelf within easy Te ach e, mmotr Liff worried, his lack
nish music from 8:30 p.m. to prizes for card bingo were won by should hold these necessities: A Of K "We ed n,' S .'h Wa _ _ ___ _ _
12:30 a.m. Mrs. M. Abbott, Mrs. L. Kalbar. sewing kit, a cleaning kit,a good -hQgh4 ca'Joel 4Q T Jp sa n o
-- czyk, and Mrs. J. Rochat. clothesbrush. a pin ,custn and WgW AST It/a n a'er four n .MretoysJldJ
Ft. Clayton NCO a pad and pencil. Besdescon- A 6J104 o eu i .i '
Wives Hold Social Members and visitors present training needles, threads,,0 hooks 438 Q7 0 what of ?The tricy- '
The monthly social of the Fort were: Mesdames Abbott, Alexan- and eyes, your sewing kit should QJ4 t S4h 8 clt traia, truck s -e'd?
Clayton NCO Wives Club was der, Avdlnger, Bassett, Beckley, have ribboon.Orelr the brokenn *| KI0SflO 3 Thesema e ty ve their '.
Beauregard Benson, Bolton, Burn shoulder strain o a another wise e t Ie 2? Us ing your time wemU t l
Buff Capezzeraj Casaus, Douglas, good slip. card of all colors (D) uses. twev other r by is napping is ilpertat.
S/ Douirich Fedder, Freeman, Hall, of yarn will be handy for mending A chines, they vary t I e ir ny womn seem to fee, tha
P- adding J3. Hardy, Hocbreiter, Holstsford Kal. snagged sweaters. VA J lg U ses. should use this time to'
barczyk, Morales, Rochat, Skelly, By wallp-qrng a few bat-box. # AS When Joel i on his t y- housework or work for Ba,
STorian and Wagner. es, then a them "school" 4A cle's pedals, e knows exactly y Actually, this is the idea!
Toa and Wagnr and "dress," youllineve be at aSoat what will ha N lust as tohe knows for you to snatch tLe rest yew
or urveas loss when tossing in a hurry. e3 S Weg Kaut w oa il a whsnhe re ly need each d a yven 4
o he e Shoeboxes, covered ith walpa- se on his truck's lever. minute nap Is a help; try
per, make excellent hosiery, 3Vr PJ oNeT P=a a nd .resi.t .nrouso ing out, relaxing your mia
THERE S no reason why you glove and searf boxes.c. o i P psa- ad ih t u d closing your eyes and for
shouldn't wear a padded bra if O Another must for the well-I O tel a- nw aYET without c e. household worries complete
you need one You'll look more I least (irder dressed closet and teen-ager is a nhs"able, we cannot ros u reIoce- You'll get much more accom fl .-
attractive if your figure is nice- shoe kit with shoe creams, cloths, This is the strangest thing that able we caot develop resource- ed during the day if you have
ly rounded, and your clothes will -- brushes and a rubber sponge for has ever happened to me," said fullness. regular rest period.
fit better, too. Many older women who real. cleaning your dressy suede shoes. "ard-Luck Joe. "I have actually ays Director DlaiJohnson of
But, it's a good idea to let nat- Manyodm e thotnt h o b A shoe-tree is a wise investment, won a finesse. New York Cirtys Bor aan School, ---
ural be your key word lhen sey admit that ttoo, fot kee ping your shoes in the The situation as stranger than IA child's resource t ol
electing a padded bra. A padded or wearsblhoc tng pink b louse best of condition. Joe realized..Helad won the open- folded by the chances we give Some mothers feel they
brassiere is intended to natural- think we a th w em tyll i Whenever you take off a dress ing diamond lead with dummy's him to extemporize n4'experi- rather save somewhere el i-
ize, not exaggerate, the bustline. k wearing them will bring or suit or blouse and bang it in king and immediately had finessed meant in l n their budget, rather than cut
The contours you add should more color to their cheeks your closet don't forget to reach the Jack of hearts successfully. To give hm these chances we by long without a diar-
look like your very own. But Actually wearing bright colors for your pencil and paper. Write South continued by taking the have to provide him with the ma- ing service and aped
they won't if youchoose a size close to theface tends to mo a note saying what needs to be ace and king of hearts, discard- terias torsuch play deal of time washing ars.
not in proportion to your waist sallow complexion look m done to the garment before you ing clubs from the dummy. He So Ia suggest that some these ing a washing machine elp ,
i and hips Or if you fail to d- 1 b... ... .. can wear it Again, then gave East the queen of hearts /be provided for Joel: .. but some m oers who e"
just the straps. sa w y contrast. After writing ;'press," "se w, East returned a club, and Joe A pair of blunt scisJ os and neither must wash diners
The large woman often h u f your complexion has a ellowor "clean," pin the note right on put up the ace. He eventually got cardboard cartons from whieh any-ihome. if you do your own diae
as mucThe l arge woman often has just e, colors that will absorb the e hanger Then, set side a around to trying out the spades, thi from skyscrapers to a rcft laundry, put the soiled diaper '
sereas does the smalldded brasdull from the skin are more couple of hours each week to take and be then discovered that the carrers can 'be constructed a covered pail of cold water a.
d elo si c a t e e . .a sk..-O n c e Yao t rb aOe ypo s a bw eok w-s. .. ..h t o" an n e s so o n as y o u t a k e tb e t e4
serwoman.n fact, the larger wo flattering. our bes color are of t e tasks. Once your bad spade break was enough Plasticine and colored oon a you take them the
woman. In fact, the larger w off-white, oyster, bge, gray and closet is well organized, you'll defeat the slam. from which to landscape a gar- by. Use any mill soap, soap .
an's need is greater, former small bright bv u find you've worked out a reward- Poor Hard-Luck Joe. He had suc- den. der or detergent in plenty
bustline only accentuates a fleshy t navy ue. ing system for storing and caring cessfully taken a finesse, and still An old orange crate to nmagine water. The rinsing is just as-jn-
diaphragm, large waistline and When the sallowskinned w for your clothes he had lost is slam. Strangelyin a raft at sea or high wer portnt stepasthewa n
full hi s. This figure type is flat- .hn a t enough, he w m enwould have made his intoarrelaysep ere rh- peot ta st as t hew
tered py a longline brassiere, kn oes sh n fo a d in .s elam contract if he hadn't tried the CRaY S a nts, end old Babys tender skin is liable to
The a re ne ny a usual chssblack as her col But, unless s you have natural col. o tfinessea t all.C s ss e com irrin ted Wt har wther
bandeau brassiere, strapless or or. Especially if she is heavy, ring, black is not for you. Southshould win the first trick sile sticks to serve as a stockecome rritated. Wth hard we
with straps. Another choice could she feels she can hide" in black. Above all don't hamper your with the ace of diamonds and leadrthn in ar o
S t ltteastrapless bras-Charcoal or oxford gray, and na-wise color choice in clothes byiout the ace, king and Jack of Old book bindiHgs from which'necessary to ridthe diapersof.ai





be the011becOmtsaplessbdiashedt South a draw travese en itor, to be' s oa p an D whing Bh is timgehe
Sto the hipline, with vy will make a heavy woman ap- wearing the w r o n g make-up. hearts. East gets the queen of the paes nave een tone. m soap Wr, waut o we l get he
ar sim pour aI ear slimmer and are kinder, to|Avoid yellow In make-up a ou hearts,.of course, bu t cannot de- l t th e fort fr h n a
Th purpose of. brassiereskin tones than black. do in clothes and h t essor es. fths e a oeat the contract, ti
whether it's padded or minus Choose your foundation and pow East returns a diamond, dum- stockade, a good fleetof shiTeethin may make Babirri
Sf Black is an excellent foilo r er with a faint pink tint. Lipsticking ut a freight train. thin
built-i n curves, s to givefrm t ro e my wins w a th tohe kingd and Sourn With these suggestions, perhaps table fretful and cranky. Some
S.youthful contours by uplifting thoand ve ks ttey gh as kitonsfatringm t fm o t' us Joels mother can. now urn to' babies cut as many as msix teeth
the bosom. hair to his hand. Since West's honors -her own resourcefulness. She can during the latter half of their
_all drop, dummy's nine of dia- be sure that the moment she gives first year. There isn't very much
monds becomes established. South him some leadership in it, he'llyou can do while B4byis cutig
has only -to draw the last trump follow her hIs teeth, but you'lllessen his
and get to 'dummy with the king Many of us neglect this kind of discomfort if you hold him and
our Res red spades to as the nine of di leadership these days. We've be- soothe him. Perhaps he'd li ke
Virb R.e.store. Doct or om rnmontis.ng come so used to machine amuse.-plastic rin to bite on."eit
*l ds M de*uodV lu M Vkldlr1If East returns anything bu a met ourselves that we expectwithin reach in his carriage o-
ildiamond, South can draw rum little boys and girls to be satis- play pen. During this time he
t nIo mgorf t.t.sTh s T m akes I l cash three top spades,an ruf a fled with ready-made fun, too. may drol a good deal, but bibs
Inn of vigoDur ad dOmanhoo d._ spade, thus establishing dummy's Well, let's thank our stars they made of soft, absorbtnt material
I rnTureKbloou. uiok skin. depteu to Beefsteaklast spade. He can get back to are noIt. we take Joel on an will protect his clothes from get.
Dorm o h.seepbtauoea.Am .. i-ummy with the king of diamonds adventure with scissors, cartons,'ting wet.
IF-to &aMilovk- I I. .. 1111 n1 llC dowto cash the lastspade and make
Is.te nOdt is. .nble paa oc more p h his slam in this way.

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Canal Zone- after an absence of.
four years. Louis aid his English
bride were married In DeceM t
while he Was el a three xear
to in ngl nd wih thv Air
Force.
Now separated from the Atir
Force, Louis and his wife will
spend a month with his mother,
his grandmother, Mrs. Christine
G. Hinton and his brother, M r.
Jack H. Tnnin, before leaving for
Chicago where he will continue his
medical studies with the Univer-
.. BidtioOf Chieo
oth sons then be at college,
for Jack reports on the Sept. 12
to Mississippi Southern Coilege in
Hattlesburg. Jack was graduat-
ed from the Canal Zone Junior
College last June.


MRS. NOEL STEINBERG

MISS NAOMI WITHIN MARRIES NOEL STEINBERG
IN DOUBLE-RING CEREMONY; RECEPTION FOLLOWS
In a double-ring ceremony at the chapel of the Jewish
Welfare Board Center In Balboa, Miss Naomi Witkin was mar-
ried last evening to Mr. Noel, Steinberg of Peekskill, N. Y.
The bride is the daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan
Witkin of Balboa; the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Steinberg of New York City, and Peekskldl.
Rabbi Within, officiating at the ceremony.


The chapel altar was banked
with polms, and the traditional
canopjjwas decorated with fern,
white coral vine and white car.
nations. Tall white tapers In the
chapel candalabra lighted the cer-
emony.
Mr. Federico Jineno, accompa-
nied by Professor Hans Janowits
at the organ, sang "I Love Thee"
by Beethoven "On Wings of Song"
by Meudelssoan, and the tradition-
al Hebrew "Welcome .t o .t .h e


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Mr. and Ma. Jones
Entertalab Wedding Party
FollHowi Rehearsal
Attendants for the Hey-J o n es
nuptials scheduled for tomorrow
at the Ft. Amador chapel were en-
tertained at the Tivoli G uest
House last evening following a
rehearsal of the wedding. Hosts


When Rue left after a three-
day visit t h htesa said to her-
MU; "NW, there ws &a nice
wLt." whata a hosteo
a !sLt' kempu her room neat,
belno U.ur= sa, falttng
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IMETINGS


Aquarium Society
Meets Nest Wednesday
The Canal Zone Aquarium So.
clety will hold its monthly meeting
next Wednesday at the J.W.B. cen-
ter on Balboa road, at 7:30 p.m.
Mr. E. Parker will be the speak-
er for the evening. His topic will
be: "Types of Tropical Fish Food
and Their Effects.
Service personnel and t h e r
families are invited, as are any
other persons interested in the
subject.

Knights of Columbus
To Hold Dinner Meeting.
The Knights of Columbus will
hold a get together dinner at the
American Legion Club at 6:00 p.
m. preceding a meeting at the
Sacred Heart Chapel Hall in An-
con.


BIG GUNS BACK
Los Angeles-(NBA)-Univer-
sity of outhern Cifornia starts
Its pre-season grid practice with
three big guns back from last
year's team. They are backs Ara-
mis Dandoy, Lindon Crowe and
Leon Clarke.


of iAMIAGS '
for girls 'iald Cow4oy
belts for boys.
Macy's (New York)
sells them Mf' S1.00
up to 2.50. We offer
them for only
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gown of .whte tule and roseint
lace. r vell was held by a. u-
liet cap of lace and pearl, and
she carried a bridal prayer book
covert# with white orchids.
Her only attendant, Miss Claudia
Toussleb, wore yellow.n -white
embrilered organdy, al of waltz
length and carried a nosegay of
baby yellow roses.
Mrs. Witkin wore a pale blue
gown with a small hat and gloves
to math. -Her corsage was a
single white orchid. TAe bride's
grandmother, Mrs. Louis Schuch.
at, ofLewisburg, West Virginia,
wnre grav lace with a hat to
match. Her orchid corsage reflect-
ea the bois de rose which under-
scnrd 'her lace gown.
The mother of the groom, Mrs.
Marlio Steinberg, wore navy blue
lace with accessories to match
and a corsage of purple orchids.
Best mnn for the groom was
their bride's brother, Mr. Michael
Wlldua. Ushers were Mr. Douglas
Mauteo of Colon, and Mr. Rob-
ert Brown of Paterson, Ne w
Jebeyr. *
Who reception was held at the
ArfpNiNavy Club at Fort Amador,
Caial Zone. The bride's table was


away F a O e with rn eathnd pink
ca gaong.-
1le bride chose for her going-
awgyey ctak eI a. Avy sheath dress
wit. ert jacet of white IaU-
en, asd aa i tnd white accessor-
les. She.-we a corsage of orchids.
The M e*ope sailed today
abo-artfmo. S. Aacoe for the
united "steM. They will make
their home i Peekskl, New York.


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were Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Jones,
whose daughter, Barbara, w Ill
plight her troth to Mr. John Ar.
thur Hey.
Among those present were Miss
Arlene McKeown, who will be
maid of honor, two bridesmaids,
the Misses Vannie Smith and Beth
Lockridge, Mr. Lawrence Jones,
who will be best man, and the
ushers, Messrs. Edgar Kourany,
John Gorham and Ralph H1uls.
Chaplain e esielski whow i ll
the ceis a.
Edna McCloi s another of the
bride-to be. Miss Arlene Denbow
and Mr. Richard Bradburn.
Maradens Give Party
On Son's Birthday
The Quarry Heights quarters of
Major and Mrs. Verne E. Mars-
den was the scene of a gay chil-
dren's party yesterday when 32
little friends gathered to celebrate
the birthday of their young son,
James Scott Marsden. There were
four candles on the cake.
Mr. and Mrs. T iin
Visit Relatives Here
Mrs. Dorothy H. Tinning of Bal-
boat his week welcomed her new
daughter-in-law, Valerie, and her
son, Louis, who returned to the


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Alormina Seeks


Tenth Victory In Feature


>King's Prize, Amorio,

.,Barge Royal To Battle

lEor $1,000 Purse Also

Reginald Douglas' brilliant sprinter Alormina
tomorrow will be an odds-on mutuels choice to'chalk
up his tenth victory of the season when he goes
..against four other Class "A" thoroughbreds in the
--featured $1,000 six and one-half furlong dash at the
S Juan Franco race track.
The Irish-bred five-year-old bay all out in order that their hand-
ion of Royal Phoenix and Taor- lers will be able to size up their
mina's Hope has been virtually chances in the Classic.,
invincible over distances of one The secondary attraction, which
* tife and less since arriving on also will be the nightcap shapes
'-4he Isthmus early this year. up as a prospective battle between
The Douglas star has been so the Stud Montelimar's i m p r e s-
,-.. impressive that many consider sive newcomer Atys and native
him the present sprint champion champion Riqui. Royal Alligator
of the local track. Tomorrow A- and Valley Star will also add in-
lormina will be giving from 18 to terest to this six-and-one-half fur-
P 28 pounds to his opponents, yet is long sprint.
an almost unanimous choice a- Nine other races are included
mnng tne "experts.'" on a much better than average
King's Prize, which whipped A- Saturday program.
l. ormina recently'in the one-mile- ---
and-five-sixteenths Gambling Con- F
trol Board Classic, is considered
the most serious threat to the Juan Franco lips
.peed king. King's Prize will ber
dnder the expert guidance of Jo- By CONRADO
se "Paco" Bravo. Alfredb "Chini-
to" Vasquez will be aboard Alor- I-Cormorant Batatao
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Two other spinters-Barge Roy-
al and Mirzatoats-and router A-
m4rio round out the five-h o r s e
field. Fortunate Hidalgo Jr. will
guide Barge Royal, Alejandro I-
caza will have the leg up on Mir-
zatoats and Chilean newc o m e r
Victor Alvear will pilot Amorio.
The track stewards granted Al-
year permission to ride after sat-
isfying themselves that his recent
trouble at the Techo race track
in Bogota, Colombia has been
cleared up.
All of the horses in this race,
except Mirzatoats, are entered
for the $1,500 Labor Day Classic
which will be run Monday, Sept.
6. This race will be' a final test
for them and they will be going


3-Malaya Volador
4-Joe Dofia Chila
5-Redondita White Fleet
6-Tllama Devon Maiden
7-Newbrlghton D. Club
8-Royal Robe Empire Magic
9-Chlngri Persian Countess
10-rAlormina King's Prize
11-Atys (e) Riqui

OLD HOME DAY
Champaign, Ill.-(NEA)-Illi-
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of its athletic past present for
the Ohio State football game,
Oct. 9. The teams are the 1914
and 1919 football and track
squads.


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1st Race "I" Imported 7 Fgs.Pre: $875.00 Pool closes: 12:45
First Race of the-Double


1-Espagirico
2-Birikan Br.
3-Los Morros
4-Cormorant
5-Batazo
6-Esqulador


K. Flores 118 -Rounding into shape
A. Mena 110 -Improving steadily
F. Rose 120 -Returns in good shape
F. Hidal. 106 -Nothing t indicate
J. Bravo 111 -Seems "sure thing"
R. Come 110 -Improving slowly


8-1
2-1
4-1
5-1
even
10-1


2nd Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.Pure: $400.00 Pool closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Double


1-Lujoso
2-Tempestad
3-Cruzada
4-Lord Basur
5-Numbers
6-Compo

3rd Race "G"

1-Malaya
2-Jal Alal
3-Pl opo
4-Volador
5-Tin Tan
6-Sinceridad
7-Ebony

4th Race "H"

1-Dofia Chila
2-Riomar
3-T. Tilin
4-Manolete
5-Joe
6-Villarreal
7-P. Canela
8-Sirena


0. Chants 108 -Serious effort here 3-2
R. L. Oil 105 -Rates fair chance 5-1
J. Reyes 113 -Could score this time i-1l
A. Gonza. 105x-Nothing thus far 3-1
F. Godoy 103x-Early speed only 10-1
J. Gongo. 113 -Seeks repeat triumph 3-2

Native 4 Fps.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45
ONE TWO
E. Orte. 106x-Don't count last 2-1
0. Chanis 108 -Erratic performer 8-1
F. Rose 109 -Good recent efforts 3-1
Mena R. 107x-Hard to beat here 2-1
F. Godoy 107x-Jockey handicaps 4-1
F. Hidal. 100 -Usually fractious 15-1
V. Brown 105x-Weak recent races 10-1

Native 6% Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20
QUINIELA


R. L. Gil 117
G. San. 118
A .Valdl. 118
F. Hidal. 108
J. Bravo 113
A. Ycaza 105
V. Alvear 105
B. Agul. 112


-Racing to top form
-Has strongest finish
-Nothing to indicate
-Usually disappoints
-Last was revealing
-Will score soon
-Ran well last time
-Jockey could help


3-1
4-1
20-1
8-1
even
10-1
3-1
3-1


5th Race "D" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $300.00 Pool closes: 2:55
1-White Fleet F. Rose 108 -Dangerous this time 4-1
2-Redondita A. Mena 120 -Seems best on form even
3-Sherry Time J. Bravo 112 -Better race this time 3-1
4-Bagdad Reyes R. 101x-Consistently good races 5-1
5-Daniel E. Orte. 103x-Light weight could help 8-1

6th Race "G" Imported 1 MilePurse: $450.00 Pool closes: 3:35
First Race of the Double


1-Courtly P.
2-Merry Slipp.
3-Tilama
4-Fairlyable
5-Toletazo
6-Tom Collins
7- (Bolo Joan
-t--(The Bouche
9-De. Maiden)
10-Beduino)


L. Giral. 113 -Distance suits style
J. Reyes 110 -Improving steadily
J. Bravo 112 -Easy victory in last
A. Gonza. 103x-Third to Remero
A. Ycasea 108 -Could score at price
H. Ruiz 106 -Good chance in mud
V. Alvear 110 -Returns in good shape
E. Cana. 110 -Could score again
A. Mena 113 -Second to Remero
Mena R. 105x-Chance in mud only


2-1
15-1
2-1
5-1
5-1
8-1
3-1
3-1
2-1
2-1


7th Race "H" Imported 7 Fs.Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of teh Double


1-Paris Midi J. Bravo 114
2-Royal Claim A. Vas. 110
3-Sanluqueflo A. Vas. 110
4-Newbrighton L. Oiral. 118
5-.Dvonshire C. H. Ruizl115
6-Mr. Foot J. Phillips 107
7-Gaucha A. Ycaza 113
8-Greco O. San. 109
9-R. Signal B Agui. 110
10--Amer. Maid K. Flores 115


-Should be close up
-Class seems too tough
-All-out effort here
-Best chance in mud
-Seeks repeat victory
-Not gWoodenough,
-Ran well last week
-Longshot possibility
-Returns in good shape
-Chance in mud only


2-1
10-1
10-1
3-1
2-1
5-1
3-1
8-1
5-1
0-1


8th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $00.00 Pool closes: 4:40
QUINIELA


1-Gonzaga
2-Royal Robe
3-Firenze
4-Delhia
5--E. Magic
6-Charming P.


A. Mena 110 -Not against these
L. Giral. 118 -Seeks first win here
F. Hidal. 110 -Racing to top form
B. Agul. 110 -Good recent races too
A. Vas. 115 -Could score again
F. Rose 110 -Would pay nice odds


8-1
even
4-1
4-1
even
5-1


9th Base "F" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $50.00 Pool closes: 5:15
ONE TWO


1-Chingri R. L. Gil 115 -Rates best on form
2--Granero A. Gonza. 100x-Nothing to recommend
3-Cop Au Vin L. Giral. 115 -Dangerous in mud
.4-Turf Lodge H. Ruiz 105 -Longshot specialist
5-Persian C. A .Ycaza 106 -Usually close up
6-8. Barge A. Enrique 116 -Dropped in class
7-Kiosco A. Vas. 118 -Hard to beat here
8-(Joe's Fiddling B. Agul. 115 -Unknown newcomer
9-(Sinn Feiner A. Mena 106 -Nothing to indicate


3-2
10-1
4-1
8-1
2-1
10-1
2-1
8-1
8-1


10th Race "A" Imported 6 Fts.Purse: $1,000.00 Pool closes: 5:40


1-King's Prize
2-Barge Royal
3-Miratoatas
4-Amorio
5-Alormina


J. Bravo
F. Hidal.
A. Ycaza
V. Alvear
A. Vas.


-Should be runnerup
-Light impost could help
-Returns from long layoff
-Chance despite distance
-Should score at will


llth Race "E" Imported 6 Fgs.Purse: $550.00 Pool closes: xxx


1-R. Alligator
2-Valley Star
3-Lexden
4-Welsh Fox
5-Riqui
6-(Atyas
7-(Bendegus


A. Mena 106 -Rates fair chance
A. Ycaza 108 -Easy win last out
& Cana. 118 -Needs rest badly
A. Gonza. 100x-Seems off form
B. Agui. 113 -Rates good chance
L. Giral. 118 -Class 'A" material
A. Vas. 115 -Good chance too


8-1
3-1
10-1
15-1
2-1
1-2
1-2


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No Major Bid, Dressen Builds Oaks; 'What


Has Anybody Done For Brooklyn's Pitchng?


By MARRY GRAYSON
OAKLAND, Calif. Aug. 27
(NEA) Because he is a big-
time operator in Triple A, Char-
ley Dressen's name has popped
up with each suggestion of a
managerial change In the ma-
jors.
"But I have had no offer," says
the manager of the Oakland
club, in hiscubicle under the
old Emeryville stands. "And I am
telling you the truth when I say
that I don't care whether I get o
one or not. The club and the
contract would have to be'right."
A lot of people, espe y in "
Brooklyn still can't comprehend
why Waiter O'Malley let Dressen
go rather than give' him a con-
tract for more than one year.
Dressen had been beaten In a
playoff and won successive pen-
nants and twice taken the Yan-
kees to the seventh game in the
World Series.
Dressen can't understand what
happened to his old club, espe-
cialy the pitchers.
"I didnthave Don Newcombe harleyIDro 0
last season and Joe Black could Chary re s
not et a body out," he recalls.
"Carl Ersae had a big ear, it's hitter who pulls the ball with
true, but I also had to fall back powers I'm bdly mistaken I'll
on young Johnny Podres and Bob"Unle I'm badly mistaken, I'll
Milliken. o get enough talent for these play-
"If I was critlcizd by the front er to build the Oaks for next
office In Brooklyn, It, could only year and the immediate future."
have been because I had four in- After his -d inti season
fielders is coaches. I I this be-Adisappointingseason
cause, when I left, they nired Ted of '53, Black, the masterful fire
Lyons a a pitching coach." lighter of '52, complained that
Dreuen had fouled him up.
When Lyons wasbrought on,"A stiff finger made Black ef-
Dressen reLy cs havot a fective," explains the, bouncy
ressen recollecthavinasked se, 'but he also had a stiff
himself just what the old right- Drisn ,but he also had a steff
hander had accomplished with rist. Joedid it for one season
White Sox and Tiger pitchers with remarkable control of a fair
"'What has anybody done for fast ball and a little slider, or
the Brooklyn pitchers asks the nickel curve. He could hit a fly
little man from Decatur. "Havin between the ees.
been a great Pitcher doesn't "I warned Black that he would
bmke You a pitching coach. I pre have to develop another pitch to
e you a pitching coach. I pro- stick- in the majors, worked on
feer to worha with my pitchers. i the development of a curve and
thee have a some success with a change-up in spring training
"I have throf '53, but the stiff wrist made It
"I have three young pitchers impossible for him to break off
here now that you'll hear from. the curve.
member the names. 'They are "Anyway, where is Black now?
Srie Besana, a left-hander built I see he'& a .500 pitcher with
SI see he'a a .500 pit r with
along the same line; and Don Montreal. Milliken, too, is with
PFerrarese, a southpaw on the Paul, similarly handicapped
small side. Another prospect i 8t a llarly handicapped
Jim Marsh ne is" by 'the lack of a good curve, per-
Jm Marshall, an excellent glove- haps Bob has the same trouble-
man at first base and left-hand the stiff wrist."
Charley Dredsen, as usual,
lers F makes a lot of sense.
S Chang There's a ton of baseball guid-
ance out in Oakland.
All WI raps Up
IL Flag for Torono

NEW YORK, August 27-
tP-.The shifting of pitching
Bob Weisler from Kansas City By BEANS REARDON
to Toronto las week may have $4 Years in National Leegue
all but wrapped up this year's Written for NEA Service
International League pennant
for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Question: There is one out
With only 8 games left to with runners on first and third.
play, the Leafs opened up a The batter hits to the shortstop,
seven game lead over the Roch- who throws the batter out at
ester Red Wings last night flst base. The runner from first
as Weisler pitched a two-hit made a wide turn at second. The
8-1 triumph over the Syracue first baseman snaps a throw to
Chiefs. It was the big lefthand- the bag and the runner is tagged
her's second triumph in as many Out. Meanwhile, the runner on
starts since switching over from third breaks for home. Does his
the American Association. r count?-Mura Muraoka.
The Red Wings lost their Answer: It does, if he crosses
chance to keep pace by drop- the plate before the runner at
ping a 4-2 decision to the second was tagged out.
inalo Bisons as Ken Jo the Q. How should a catcher han-
gained his 13th triumph of e a ptch-out?-Max Wester-
umbthe year against of the sameA. He should stay in his normal
SElewhere, the Cuban position until the pitch has start-
Kngs ule t Cuban Sugar ed, then step over to get directly
ngs pu to within n e behind it. Don't step hal I f way
game of-fourth-place, the last there, then reach out. A catcher
layoff spot, by downing the should always be in front of a
last-place Ottawa Athetics, 5-2, pitch.
and the Montreal Royals with- Q. What school did Jim Busby,
stood a late Richmond rally the Washington outfielder, come
to pull out a 6-5 triumph over up from?-Milton Saltzman.
the Virginians. A. Texas Christian University,
The Chiefs currently are in Q. Was Al Smith with the In-
fourth place, but have two more dians last year?-Bob Burton.
games to play than does Ha- A. Yes, he was. He hit .20 In
vana. 47 games for the Tribe.


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by

JOE WILLIAMS

This dreadfl thilan called progre has had the old-e wele.
graph operators banging on the ropes for some tiMe. eftnnl
omae ae them i=n the press box and at the ringsie tenslat-
insports- Ilterature into Western Union esperant butts

Like everything else modern science comes up with, there an
some thins that are wonderful and incredible about- teletype
machines, but they will never replace the bug men, which soS
designation that was inspired by the mechanical operator gm.
mick they used to convey meaning by dots and dashes.
The bug man was the sports writer's best friend. -1* fact,
he was much more than that. He was a wet nurse, a ceWr
a copyreader, a stand-in and a rugged drinking companion, uZ
yo traveled With the ball club, you got the same operator year
S r y and as soon as he got accustomed to your play-by-
play dictabon, he took over for you. If your chore called for
box score after the game, he also took care of that.
You didn't run too grave a risk If you stayed away from the.
Dark altogether, for If the boss happened to want to contact ym
your operator knew how to handle him, too. The president of
the club (Tigers, White Box, Senators, or what have you) had
called you to his office. Undoubtedly a big deal was on the fire.
If It was urgent-.--
Naturally, noboss in his right mind would tear a hired hand
away from a big S.tory, .an exclusive, no doubt; no, It wAsn't
urgent, just skip It. If It ever occurred to the boss that this
particular hired hand might not even know the president of the
Tigers, White Box, Senators or what have you, It never came out.
* *
THE RUSSIAN LION
The letter was post marked Trevor, Wis., and it began:
"In case you start wondering who the heck the undersigned
is. I was your Morse operator the night Dempsey and Tunney
fought the battle of the Long Count in Chicago 27 years ago.
"The W. U, turned me out to pasture In 1950. Now, at 73, I
live here on Rock Lane, without worry and in good health. In
fact, there is only one thing wrong with me. I'm a wrestling
nut.
"I must explain-I got that way early. I was at the ringside
the night Frank Gotch made George Hackenachmldt, "The Rus-
alan Lion" quit in Chicago. Now I watch wrestling on TV and I
am sorryto say I have joined the skeptics, and so I want to ask
You some questions--."
I can't pretend that I would have recognized my correspon-
dent immediately (E. W. Springer), but due to an incident which
occurred at the ringside a few minutes before the fight that
night. I feel I shall never forget him.
SThe popular belief was that Dave Miller was going to referee.
When Dave Barry appeared in the ring Instead, Miller, from the
outer rail of the press section, angrily threw a metal badge at
John Righeimer, chairman of the Illinois Boxing Commission.
Our positions in relation to Righeimer's was such that the badge
sailed between Mr. Springer's head and mine. Springer's com-
ment was prophetic:
"Well, it looks as if we are in for fireworks tonight."
Why the reference to "fireworks" sticks In my aemeor, I
haven't the fain tet Idea, but It instantly conjures up.an Iag
of the able and pleasant operator w wo sweated- t ughby opy.
'

WHY THE OFFICIALS?
In New York, and a number of other states, wrestling Is not
recognized as legitimate competitin and accordingly the matches
must be presented as "exhibitions-*
What Mr. Springer can't understand is why the matches are
solemnly invested with all the ceremonials of authenticity, in-
cluding a complete judicial panel of referee, judges and official
time keeper, when nothing is at stake.
Hopefully, Mr. Springer wonders whether his heroes ever
ignore the stigma which some of the states have placed on thWe
art. and give it a good honest wrestle, anyway. Vern Gagne, a
former football player turned grunter, appears to .be his parti-
cular favorite. Or was until the other night when he saw Gagne
In a match that "looked awfully fishy.
"If, as so many people tell me. and I'm beginning to believe
myself, that wrestling is phony, why the Judges and referee, the
presence of whom Is bound to case many viewers to believe thb
matches are on the level?"
Wrestling is phony all right, as Herman Hickman, who used
to belong to the lodge, revealed in a whistle-blowing magazine
article earlier In the year. Actually wrestling is a form of vau-
deville. and if you like rugged acrobatics, with overtones of broad
theatrics, It is splendid entertainment. 'The promoters use Judges
and referees to dress up the show and impart a note of reality,
and the state goes along with them. If someone arouses skepti-
cism, they merely point to the package. It says right there on
the outside. "exhibitions."
However, my heart goes out to Mr. Stringer. His desolation
must be akin to that.of a man who went 73 years before discovpes
mng his old lady had a boy friend.


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Tesis Sept. 5


The semiflaal on the Dan-
s-Taleds car d shaa up as
sure-fire thriller. Clasy Jese
iwin, Central American and
ribbean amateur welter-
eight champion, makes his
ofeasional debut. EKd w in
kes on rough, tough Floren-
no "Baby" Hawkins In a six-
under at the 145-pound
eight limit.
rwo-four-round preliminaries
1 complete the card. Marcial
linar, unbeaten In four pro
Wings, tackles Hankin Barrows
who Is riding the crest of
ee consecutive victories. Juan
Salazar and Manuel Prescott
Sget the program underway
a124-pound battle.


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Baltimore 000 000 01-5 11 1 u Defeated the Detroit Tigers, 11-2. beat the Glants and Dodgers in Aug. 27 (P) Little-known
Boalto 000 000 0012- 7 1 ard I-. -ea d, an failed to gain on the six game coming up. rookw- Ar Llmer of WiekliffeW
S Un0Ver.ity 0a -)Br bltfand doin the America n doesn't seem to u have the Oh, scored two apsets ye
Turleyson (10-14) and Courtne. n" Jo r Chiseanhad a Tunaen League. AftSr New York won In bounce it once had and maybe terday to move Into the uemi-
don (5) Ke H r Chrian Adolph rge e afternoon, the Indians kept the Braves can take advanta finals of te National Ama-
Brown and White. II. ___ their margin at 41/ games by of it." tuAnd that Mlr Golf Teament at
scoring a 2-1 night triumph over The Philly manager doesn't Groese Potat.. Michigan.
St h-- the Senators on Al Smithn s bom- think his club has much chance Bl
la Game SHR C wer and Early Wynn's two-hit of overtake being the third place Palmer rehed the quarter


Clayton Elimin ates Unisport I pitching. Braves. Moore says--"We're more finals y beating: Frak Srga-
s econd-place New an e than 10 gams behind them now nashan. Sen In the -hole
*7 *Io10 niht ga!es, the Baltimore and that ls a big g' aftersoen roaad PMalmeri
!*&las>aj l V a IOrioles snapped a 14-game los- Another manager Is looking a- downed crooner Don Cherry of
Bt In i00tt00 o01n- 11 7T1o n e defeatednthe Detroit Tigers, U-2, beat the Giants abigaDop" er kinAvg.. ... r d -) ttlmerknn






1V1O 012-U 7 quau6 N U.r.-e y inga streak by beating tie Boston head to 1955. ddoie tanky of Wkchita alls Texas, one-up.
Uniyersity qo. n hs CleveRed Box, 5-3 and the Chicago the t. Louis Cardinals atheys Another ed twoa upsets yes-
a __ White Box split a double-header young pitchers like Brooks Law- ster, Junior of Willoughby -
with the Pague. Aft elphia Athletics rence, ordonce Jones and ayoe rerda hed the Mintfinals.e
in Margarita Tourney played and the winners df these Chicago won, 81, but dropped Ralph Beard shows the Cardinal Meisnater elimis of the Nated Edwionalard
two games will advance to the the second game, 4-1. The Pbitt- farm system s starting to pay of Winchester, nasachusettu,
Wednesday evening at Marga- semi-finals where they will meet burgh Pirates beat the St. Loumpis off Lawrence is the standout 3-and-. In another maichigan
rita Gym, Clayton took the Ft. Claton and Gibraltar ie cardinals, 2-1, In the only Na- with 11 wovertakin nd five losses since Dr. Ted Le ek of Newnquarter
measure of Unisport to advance on Monday night, Aug. 30. tonal League night game. coming up In mid-June. Stanky Conneclcut bhet Davis Love o
to the seml-flnals In the 6th- :Tonight at 7:30, Cnoco Sol g w ht Errors by relief pitcher Marn says-"Lawrence haIs sow me Dotado, Arksas 4-and-3,


B.UY


mn Iviltational aseoau piay B U. AA ur a urigom. ana second Daseman Da-
TournIamenit. 845 the th A.R. from Al- ve 9Ub
* bi ook wTtpiy Ar~y Atlantic. tAfi *u win
SHowiwg't eUicelo- *e l .....i.c1,elce hou.h
ing punch and a wealth of re- The box score: Wille ait, i-
serve strength, Ft. Clayton led cludln for the
throughout the game and ended FT. CLAYTON Giants. Ralph Kiner's 20th hom-
on the long end of a 72-51 score. FG PS F TI er was the only run given up by
Devlin. Chatwin and Wilens Devlin 5 2 15 Antonelli in the second game.
all hit double figures, while 'the Maas 2 0 3 4
rest of the scoring for Ft. Clay- Mosley 3 1 Danny O'Connell provided
ton was evenly distributed a- Wlens 5 0 2 10 the decisive blow against the
among the other team members. Lypke 3 0 0 Phillies by sigling with the
Silversteen, Hodges, and Ball gallsh 0 1 2 1 bases leaded in the bottom of
were Unisport's double figure Simons 2 0 0 4 the ninth at Milwaukee.
scorers, but the whole, team did Romer 1 0 1 2
not have the balance which Chatwin 6 2 1 14 Smith broke a 1-1 tie at Wash-
Clavton possessed. Scully 3 1 1 ngton by hitting Maury MeDer-
Tonight, two games will be arpenter1 mos rst ighth.nning ptc
Niotta 0 0 1 for a ame-winning homer. It
S72 gave Wynn his 18th victory and
s1n l 10 15 7 was Cleveland's 23rd in its last
International 2 mes..
vs. UNISPORT iThe Yankees, battling ramelyl
I (4 6 3 14iagainst that ace scored six runs
iJ[lJy o. au y 2 3 4 7 Grim's 17th triumph. Grim be-
v. Kourany 0 0 came the first Yankee rookie
-McArthur 1 0 4 a pitcher to win that many since
Teams W L Pet.Bau l2 14 Johnny Allen did it In 1932.
Toronto 8 86 50 .632 Silversteen 6 2 2 1 Bob Turley held the Red Box
Rochster 70 57 .581 1 11 51 to seven hits-one of them Ted
Montrces 77 57 575 1 Williams' 24th homer-inbreak-
8 t. 66 68 .493 ing Baltimore's losing streak.
"" 66 70 .485 Ted's blast gave him a total of
Buffalo 59 73 .447 361 and a fifth-place tie with
otttwina 5 83 90 me big league home run hit-
ters.
E S T D AY RESULT andy Consuegra scored his
Syracuse 000 000 100-1 2 0DASoftballLe ue h victory and the White ox
Toront o 000 410 30x-8 11 0 their ninth in 10 games in the
-Sanord, Tully (4), aZnker (7), I. opener. The Athletics won the
Loveguth (8) and Lomett. Wies-' -- second on the three-hit pitching
ler and Power. LP- anford. STANDINGS ot Charley-Bishop and the hit-
HR Lnett. Team W L Pet. ting of Bill Renna and Joe De-
Norge 10 2 .833 Maestri.
Montreal 011 000 130-6 10 1C Vleja 10 4 .714 ,.Jerry Lynch drove in both
010 010 102-5 11 S special Troops g 4 .692 Pittaburgh runs as Laurin Pep-
(9) and C Thomp- a nsta 7 .462 r, former Mississip i Southern
xom ItAenight Zeiser (9W and Otficina Moderna 4 9 .307 tball arpitch his first
JoI.IO WP Cox. LP-Habe- Albrook Flyers 1 14 .007 aor league vito.Pepper
mi _held Stan Musial h5iless, en-
S a- REu AIIJNG GAMBS ablint the idle Duke Snider of
Buifaft 100 000 300-4 8 0 Monday: Norge vs. B. Troops. Brooklyn to regain the National
Hdchester 001 000 010-2 6- 1 Tueday: Open Date. League batting lead at .346 a-
5. Johnson and Lakeman. LU-i Wednesday: 0. Modern vs. against Stan's .345.
na, Jacobs (8) and Burbrink. P Io dye
- Luna. ursday: Special Troops vs. YESTERDAY'S STAR Al
MNavy Commsta. Smith, Whose game-winning
Ottawa 100 000 100-2 10 2 F'riday: Carta Vieja vs. Oficina homer helped pitcher Early
Havana .000 00 14x-5 8 3 Moderna. Wynn and the other Indians
VanBrabant, Romberger (8) --- to hold teir 4%game les in
and Watlington. Melton, Lopez BIG SIX the American League.
(7), Harris (9) and Noble. HR AB H Ave.
- Foqnestal (9th). WP Lo- Jansen, (CV) 41 16 390
pez AIS5). LP VanBrabant T Peterkin (Norge) 43 15 .349
(____), nme id (Na ) 32 11
.-R- enenu ( 45 15 -3331
Mrciano Bouts 40 I S.o
Like Dice Came ,.,,. .4 ic kAS Troeoo 4 W.si4


With No ne victory away
GROSsiNGR, N.Y. -- (NrA) froam b m pennant, Cta
-Traner Carm odman says V d S Troops re
Rocky Marciano' bouts are locked I a e stug) for
re t s W here they cd place ho. although
'_iS a 0o e te Troopers and the _0
11e4as time vth- nIds s *tFl l a .a
out jetad t _01 Wa"am= es chowe to wdup in a te with
Us la W "ilroot ,theI" w of O. .
sa A m "ItU'si Yesterday, a ten-hit attack
llkeS dOeoaso. TWO a a 4or t the way for a 15 a 4 w-
s15 M0 s ad you egin to wor- for arta Vioa over SpeWalm
ry about lkeea unless yo ae Troops. Tat and Larry Chance
s1ig your oVwn pe at of loaded i a hbner ap
die p Bis
GoldMS a Offere no comment MP three ade-
alked if Rocky's right fats t aix-tt. Beman
h didn't eenatutethe set of the laming pitcher, was relieved
d di". In the5l hb Carratint.L


Onr vUdlpment

PONY & UTTLE LEAGUE
CIA. IRVINM ZAPP, S. A.
Tel. 2-2835 SB 138 U
Pasms, L LP.


hIan pjtn, a ame4 o* o: an I
beready to relieve the ext."
I stky says Jomej sown
r mibls- po isefWnr,
ea elally with mel on base
Beard has lost three and won
none but his earned run average
is about three runs a game.
The Detroit Tigers have called

Wrong-Way Russian
Ivan FiHn es

Oold Medal Too


BERNE, Switzerland, Aug. 27
(UP)-Wrong-way Russian Ivan
Filln had his gold medal today
even if he did finish his maga-
thon run with a brisk dog-trot
away. from the finishing post.
The jury of the European
Games decided, after a three-
and-one-half hour discusslon,,to
soothe International feelings
and give a medal to Filn as well
as one to the technical winner,
Finland's Velkko Karvonen, who
managed to stay on course.
Veikko Karvonen of Finland
won the long-distance grind on
yesterday's opening program,
but only after Ivan Fil of Rus-
sia ran the wrong way o( enter-
ing Neufeld -Stadium for the last
lap around the cinder track.
Filmn was the first runner to
enter the Stadium but failed to
note an arrow Indicating that he
should turn right. He turned left
and ran*about 25 meters in the
wrong direction. As he did, Kar-
vonen came into the Stadium
and turned right, followed by a-
bout five meters by Boris Ori-
shaev of Russia.
Filmn discovered his error and
turned and raced in the opposite
direction but Karvonen reached
the finish line first in the 26
mile, 385 yard race, followed by
Filin and Grishaev.
Officials of the Soviet team
quickly lodged a protest, blaming
insufficientt r a c k arrange-
ments" for Filin's failure to note
tile indicating arrow.

King Commander
Romps In Saratoga
Steeplechase 'Cap


rt reach the road 01 fur.
Gavian, Sixton
Receive Clan

BHI Of Health
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. Aug. 27
(UP) Welterweight Cham-
pion Kid Gavilan and challenger
Johnny Sexton have received a
clean bill of health for their title
tout next Wednesday at Phlla-
dephla.
Dr. James Simklns of the
Pennsylvania Athletic Commis-
'sipn says "both boys are In good
shape" for the outdoor bout in
Connie Mack Stadium. After the
examination, Commid s 1 o n e r
Frank Wiener announced several
changes In Pennsylvania rules.
Wiener says Gavila an&d Sax-
ton will use six-ounce gloves.
And that the rule calling for a
technical knockout after three
knockdowns In one round will
not be employed.
Wiener also has issued special
lnstruttions to the referee. Thea
ref won't stop the bout under
any circumstances unless in
Wiener's words, "it would be a
humane act to do so."
Hanging On


(Second Game)
NEW
Lockman, lb
Dark, ss
Mueler, rf
Rhodes. If
Irvtn, If
Maysa, cf
Thompson, 3b
Williams. 2b
Westrum, c
Antonelli, p
Totals
Talbot, cf
Baker. 2b
Jackson. 3b
Sauer, rf
Banks, as
Kiner. If
a-Jeffcoat
Bilko, lb
McCullough, c
Rush, p
Total Kn
a-Ran for Kiner


YORK
ab r h o a
4 1'1 8 0
3 0 0 4 8
4 1 2 2 0

4 0 1 2 0
4 0 0 0 2
3 0 1 4 4
2 0 0 5 2
3 0 0 0 2
2 7 27 U
4 0 1 1 1
4 0 0 2 6
2 0 1 12
3 0 1 1 1
4 0 1 4 3.
0 0 0 0
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36 1 S7it ,
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SARATOGA, New York, Aug.
27 (UP) The Saratoga Steep-: Giants 1s- 410
lechase Handicap turned Into a Cubs **.10 80 0--I
runaway for "King Commander","
yesterday. E Errors Dark, Williams. RBI;
Jockey Pete milthwick took Rhodes 2, Kiner. Two bse -
the five-year-old gelding out Wllams, Rhodes. Hoe Rns -
front at the strt andsteadily Kiner. Sacrifice Jacks Do u-
built a lead. g Commander ble-plays Sauer-Baker-Msltta,
ruled by two lengths after the Thompson-W'llAmaLockitn,
seventh Jump then after los- Antonelli-Dark Loekmnan, W -
Ing part df the lead rallied trum-Williams, Will-Uaeme- .
to crom the finish line nine man. Left on base O e S,
lengths in front of "Shipboard." Cuba 0. Bases on bal Auto
King Commander covered the nelli 3, Rush 3. 80 AatI l
firm course In five minutes and 5, Rush 4. Run and earned z nr
two fifths of one second to set Antonelli 1-1, Rush -2. WB
a track record for the-two and Pitch Rush. Hit by ptt* -
one half mile distance. "Covet- Rush (Westrum). WP- &ia
ed" ran third. nelli (19-3). LP Rush (8-3U).


Gun Club Aotes

"TRAP SHOOT" GAMBOA GOLF other G n Clubs on the S
AND COUNTRY CLUB invited.
The Gamboa Golf and Country You can stand on ecMerd K
Club will bold a trap shoot Sun. a roof over your head at
day at 10 a.m. while shooting, so come in
All members of Gamboa and and Join Aithe fm. a
.- Tsux isn't the Grand Aadme-
in Ohio, but you may be abt
Along The Fairways pick up a little change.


GAMBOA BRAZOS MIXED
SCOTCH FOURSOME
This match is beginning to be
as regular as Income tax. Well,
why not? The last two matches
have been a tremendous success.
This match, third one, is sched-
uled for this Sunday at 9?00 a.m.
Brazos won the first match, at
Brazos, by % point. Gamboa won
the second match, at Gamboa, by
a big margin.
If this keeps up we will always
be coming out even, and may
have to go on to a strange course
to see which team is tops.
Remember, August 39, 9:00 a.
m. at Brazos Brook Club.


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"HIGH VENTURE"
The Marx Brothers,
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DEAL Today -.20 10
Gregory Peck, In
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BAUMHOLDER, Germ a
|Aug. 27 -(UP) -A "premrna
air burst" by a conventional 1
explosive shell fired from an
tomie cannon damaged rooft
I..Trwo nearby towns last nil
the U. S. Army reported tod
An Army spokesman empha
ed that the shellhead was no
tomic and was intended for the
pact area at the Baumholder
tillery range.
A terse Army announced
said the shell did "minor d
e" to rooftops in the village
1desbach and Ehweiler in
'district of Kusel. No one was
jured. the Army said.
This was believed to be t
first admission by the Arn
that it is firing 280-millimet
shells over German villages
practice.
The incident occurred at 7
last night during a ni ht fir
exercise, the Army said.
The location of the premat
explbsilon-an infrequent but n
unusual occurrence in artill
firing-was in the French zone
Germany on the west side of
S Rhine and not far from the S.
valley.
Police at Kusel said villagers
,,;edesbach and Ehweiler w
"shocked" by the explosion o0
their heads. Immediately aft
'wards, pieces of shell casing ra
Sed down on the two tiny comn
S"'tes, knocking tiles off so
The Army has 30 of the 85-
1canxlons in Germany. These c
Sropel either atomic or conv
Iional explosives for a distance
rm'bout 20 miles."
(rFor this reason, the Arm
eksrman noted, it would be a
S6jost impossible to avoid shoo
Lsat over some inhabited area
latest firing at maximum
oAnrmy brought its first
a..artillery battalion to We
germany last October. Sir
our other battalions of
guns each have been added.
The Army never has disclose
Just where the battalions are
cated, but test firing has been
lpg on intermittently with no
atomic shells on the Baumhold
range all this year.

^r Heights

i1,gncy Tewi

Slds Practice
SKeeping current on new fir
S_ methods and applying t
lemsom learned in first aid class
es, approxImately 25 ladles of tl
Semergency team of the Quar
Relghts disaster, control zo;
Sar ed out a practical emerge;
cy session here today.
With the enlisted men's un
at Quarry Heights acting as c
l ties, the team perform'
t &rt aid treatment of simp
Fid compound fractures, hei
Awnds and other skin lacer
Uton.
Maj. H. M. Henderson, surge
and M-Sgt. Francis Rabideau
both of the U.S. Army dispe
sary, Fort Clayton and 8gt.
|. Robins of the Quarry Heigi
!t pensary were on hat
~ r ughout the exercise to ass|
IJ Review the first aid team
n.
Operated simultaneously wi
t. training period was tI
uarry Heights child care cer
B under the direction of Mi
W. Shive.
ra. William Outerson is pre
Oft the Quarry Heights di
council. Lt. Col. J. J. Farle
IM Heights post command
disaster control zone con
r at this post.

rs. Heller Dies
New Orleans
Sword has been received he
the death of Mrs. Margar
at New Orleans, La., c
22. She was buried in S
8 Cemetery.
and Mrs. Heller arrived c
Isthmus back in 1941 s
resided at Cocoll, Mar
p amboa and Locona. rpe
employed in the Dredair
and later with the Na'
as a steam and electric
Sis survived by her h'
a daughter, Mrs. Evely
pech of Babylon, N.Y.,
ieRhard J. of Merchantvil
Saind two sisters. Mrs. Oeorn
of Cancel Poir.t, Fla. ax
Maxine Joyce of Okech


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AN INDEPENDENT -/DAILY NEWSPAPER To S rvey

Pa ax ia Latin America

NEW 0, Aug.7 (UP)A
Indu enry Kaiser
will send a team of eclana I
n y, "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln. and engeer into everal tin
tre American unmte in ete.om-
a- TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1954 FIV eandne varlos industries.,
tops I '- ser made the announce-
ht, t ment here lhst night on- return
fht from a 20-day latin AneriSan

A razil Holds 92 Red Suspects Heads .'" reI-
ar- pane for Los Angeles al
that a number of good locations
.ent g g f l had caught his eye while on the
am- 17,000-mile.trip but he said he'
wanted to send In the sumVeyt
SAs Antil US Riot Instingaors cwm
the crew "beforemaking up mymd
he RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug. 27 Military authorities and police ed to power 24 years ago. Some the way they always, do." 'N N w ho as wasorDel
my (UP) -Brazil swung back toward relaxed security precautions iri- 40,000 sorrowing Brazilians follow- "We know how to handle them, tour, said "I think Mr. Kaiser
er normal today following the burial posed here during the riots that ed his coffin to the grave, he added. s y ethusat about the
in of President Getulio Vargas and killed four persons and injured 53 President Joao Cafe, Jr., who consid veryable ,oortuni ties
the arrest of 92 Communist sue- In various parts of the country. Vargas killed himself r a t h e r moved up from the vice presiden- expansion of his various ndus
:30 pects blamed for the riots that than resign in a crisis that arose cy when Vargas took his life, said tries teelh alumi adu-
ring ared after his suicide. Tanks and armored cars were from a bungled attempt by mem- the Oct. state and congressional mobiles cement etc. I think he
ure sent back to their bahes, and hers of his bodyguard to assassi- elections will be held on schedule intends to follow up his apprath -
0ure troops were withdrawn from the nate an anti-government editor. despite the crisis and Vargas' sui- al."
so i streets-texcept I- Cinelan d a, The gunmen killed an Air Force cide. Morrison gaid the survey team
ery Little League. 's "Times Square," which major infuriating leaders of the will cheek locations in several
Shad been a focus of Comm t Armed Forces, but the editor es- Cafe, meanwhile, pointed Eu- will countries locations In Clombia
the agitation, caped with a minor wound genio Godin, iftern a o lly Peru, Brail u nd Aroentina
aar The U.S. Embassy, which had known economist, to, the k e y fl- urrison sad Athe Kaiser.
aar BoyhJbeen surrounded by 500 to 600 The United States had nothing nanee atlstery, succeeding Os- W export system already s
e r troopir, oys since Vargas committed to do with the.crisis, but Bra- waldo Aranha. doing a bigSouth American
ere = suicide Tuesday, today was guard- iI'fsoutlawed Communists seiz- business. I
ver ed only the military police that ed on Vargas' suicide as a Vargas was buried before noon bus a.
ai-er" customarily patrol the grounds, means of whippnlg pp anti-A- in a special municipal cemetery Morrison said the grou saw
ainu- Six girls and two boys were The only trouble reported dur. meeican sentiment here. Yes. vault, beside his father and moth. Brazil's President Getulo Vargs
me born at Colon Hospital during ing the past 24 hours occurred in terday's edition of the Red or- er. ust threedaya before he cor
me the week ending at midni ht Porto Alegre yesterday when they gan imprensa Popular headlin- ust three days before he c-a
SWednesday, according to the sought to resume business after ed "Down with he'Ameri. No priest was present to per. emitted aidirite and that Vars d
n weekly hospital report, mourning Vargas. cans!" form the usual lesson of the seemed astlynterested"n the
en- No deaths were reported dur- grave because the Roman Cath- industrialrtour.
of ing the week. There were 69. a- The late president was buried Inspector Cecil Borer of the a g- olic Church condemns suicideWe"i were received ethusls-
0tients admitted and 73 s- yesterday In the southern town of tators was ordered because the as a capital M4 t a.e president and
i charged. Sao Borais, from which he march. Reds are trying "to cause trouble, tically the president and
Parents of all but one of the Visitors from all parts of Bra other high officials of every
t. babies born w ere of American cl- zil, Argentina and U raug u a intryUT we visited,w Morkrson
Pin tzenship, and four of the, d ighte scrowdedar s into the dusty c a t t I e
e tannhip, a for tof ree Boatopaytheirlast Others on the tour included
Sbabies were born to parents re- town re s o t he. Hie manPrce, president of Wl-
siding at Coco Solito. respects to Vargas.ly-Overland Expoof the rt Corp., To-
'- Sons were born to Mr. and Mrs Sleeping and eating accommo- ledo, Ohio; William H. Wein-
st- Arthur L. Mack, of Colon and to nations in the onehotel t o w n traub, president of William H.
ice Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Ross, of CWeintraubCo. New York; Rob-
six co Solnto. s s slwere p ho essyin adequate ert C. Elliott, executive, assistant
Parents of the six daughters cars, planes, doorways and t l- toe Kaiser; andMario Bermudez,







cas, plane d ays rrinnds a dire thr of nAter nation s reNa-
sed and their places of residence leys. director of international re-
go- are: Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lee- Local ranchers accommodated tions for International House3
o- gard, Mr. an Mrs. James T A-hundreds of the more prominent here. wou
n mo and Sgt. and Mrs. George L. arrivals in their "estancias," the a ice
er Bowen, of Coco Solito; Mr. and manorial homes of the cattle bar-
Mrs. Clarence 0. Tomlin; Lt. and b ons who dominate Sao Borja'slC a ot R an w
Solo; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wsi e o d lea
E. Welborn, of Margarita. Gauchos in colorful native cos-World Food Plan
tumes rode in on horseback while
._,,d eae ies stream of planes glided into the UNITED NATION1 ,New York,
local ")ort with government of- Aug. 27 (USIS) Coft ica
Teenage Killers fici, foreign dilomats friends proposes that Ulted Nations
of tm ulate President wr rand visitors establish & world food reserve toi
Plead Not G uiltyfrom neighboring countries, stabilize product on and prices
rat M lrd 1 renrone2aneinterona in nal scale, The
he In Porto Alegre the governor New York Times reports.
To urderC large sent his secretary to apoligise to The objective would be not on- o
he NEW YORK, Aug.27 (UP) atteAmrck ne consul for a mob ly to provide member countries
S o t e liattack on the consulate Wednes- with an assured source of food
MY Four teen-age "thrLll killers" day. supply but also to keep prices
ino pleaded innocent today to a first spl ts eals t u ep ari i
Degree m u r d e r indictment Offiial of the Port Alegre om spiraling upwards leIn the
i gof a theg d dhr eas in g t branch of the National City Bank The Costa Rican delegate thea
a- East therowfohnd head eCROWDSE VARGASCOFFIN A soldier uses his rifle to said they expected to reopen in Nufez has sub-
a East River with cigarette burns bar the path of a woman anxious to approach the coffin Of the in a few days after repairing the mitted the plan to the Generalic
ed and the marks of a fearful beat- late Brazilian President, Getulio Vargas, as the body of the lead- damage done by another anti-A- Assembly for possble action
nle Ing on his body. er who committed suicide is carried from the presidential palace merican mob attack. These made during the 1954 session which t
ad The youths, who police said in Rio De Janeiro. no estimate of the damage. opens on September 21.c
S- admitted horsewhipping or tor- Npensaid teur ai r
turning more than a dozen vic- lNufez said Thursday a sInim ilar
on tlms just "for kicks," were ar- ian has been successful in Coeen-
ax, raigned in Kings County Court aon Rca and his over rnment a iA
"- to answer the indictment for theconvin ced it will work on an in
- slaying of Willard Menter, 24. international level n
S Two of them, Melvin Mittman, "Until we adopted this plan to
nd 17, and Jerome Leiberman, 17, "the CostaRican delegate toldr
ist also pleaded innocent to man- cities of some food, followed the
ns slaughter charges in the deaths iet erysom urlues T he fblo e- t
of Rheinhold Uhlrickson, a 45- next year by surpluses. Then be-
ith year-old steeleJack who was cause of theft low prices obtait ned
he beaten to death. the food ucers kept thei
n- Judge Samuel Labowitz said plantings at a minimum (n
rs. an "immediate trial" would be high prices resulted in the en r
scheduled for the youths and suing year.II Q
s- granted a two-week period inh "Now we store rice, corn blackril
is- which their attorneys might beans, and more recently butter, a8
yie motions. in our silos or refrigerator er
SMittman, a hulling youth who plants. Every producer knows a c
n- allegedly was the "muscle man" hat if he has surplus of Wof
of tNhe gang, was the only one to these crops, the government wl
were arraigneDwe 0wa ullwd QT terfor not curi s
to speak briefly to his parents in roc "
close totm ars d t e* any one crop, Father NufleS ex-
M Mttman. LNeberman, and Jack pained, supplies are a wn fomt
n rew Koslow, 18, and Robert Traeh-h the reserves and broughtP b
et tender'. 15. had been held with-o the market at normal price. 4;
e out ball since their arrest last Whe prodb er isasd of a r
oaweek, It was learned Wednesday[ income and the public Is p
their families had retained fourr taa ted against scarcities, he i
New York to defend them.
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Fhows: 1:30 3:00 5:00 clarFice (ied) Mosely, one of "i guess I got upset and acted1 tatives galleryby the taden
7:.P 9:.0 p.m. !the five men to lose both hands too hastily," she said. "We're go- "Ruth has given in bef ore," ed by both Praent was menow
P" .75 .40 and feet in Korea, was astound-iing on television Saturday night she said, "but not thistime" and by both Prernor len M N Ma
Sed when he heard that Mrs. John and I got the heeby-jeebies. But' Mrs. Shaw id she h ad a nd Govf Puernto Rico as a & tf .m ad-
.Shaw had announced the wed-, everything's okay now." 170 inv stations last Sat l, mav tness by a s Rico raant of d-
Sding of her daughter, Kuth :and Rulh said she and Red had Ahe wei- ..t that' s i to ness by a smgr u ht e pona-s|
FF'W-- the veteran "positively had teen had a "silly quarrel" Wednecday ow." T over ble grouv of hotheads.
canceled." ni6;t over wh-re they would live The Ealtimore s ind e an egdl
"I don't care what her mother after their marriage until they Mosely, a former amiate,,r toxill today. ssald "eJI'sa
said," he stormed. "I'll get it had built the house they've er, lost his hands and feet after i narrow or vin aictve not"
straightened out. It's not over b dreamed of. 'his B26 bomber was seehot dowernarr or the visit "h ma
a long shot. We had a little "He wanted to sent just anyin Korea in 1952 an he lay own aY last trace osf bad m
doesn't mean theoff not want to buy all new furni- he was rescued. Since is ds- whichhave o en m l byth
UIutes ifterwardM ly, 23,1ture and then have to i've it charge he has worked for a cident."
iwas n his way to his -vear in a couple of months," she said. wholesale soft drink concern, but The Sun noted that
!- . en things out. Be talked an apartment would do as tem- er his marriage he hoed to wW Welcome thet l
L t WWan..appan r t , ,- psiar 41imer" n14to business for hnseL ao-L "L'.enn "


atemet on the main themeof CIR, Egypt Aug. 27 (UP)
a..f Members- of the fanatical
Moslem brotherhood attacked a
l police patrol today wounding
Mlud *e*n' hrdo seven policemen and stoned the
toh W ome of a colonel of Egypot's
ruling military yJunta,
Moves Slowly wleo are ste
Ten brotherhood members
moves F Slow were arrested by-polloe rein.
forcements which rescued the
Thowa hrd Flbr a Injured policemen and broke up
the demonstration.
MIAMI Fa, Aug. 27 (UP). The polceH patrol was attacked
hIe season's third tropnnat when t tried to stop a student
itoeerm, with winds of 65o Ih ember ofd the brotherhood
niles h an hour, moved s very omdeUveringa flery anti-gov-
ilowl northward" today about eriment speech from the steps
120 miles, east of Jacksonville oft a smanu msque.
Fla. Ha s Moslem brothers listening to
The weather bureau's third the speaker promptly attacked
advisory, Issued at 6 am. saidte pl and overpowered the
'reports from radar reconnals- poeigdtmn. Then the shouting
sance planes Indicates tha t the crwd marched to the nearby
itorm has become almost st- home of Col. Anwar E. Sadat,
tlonary." i t said the storm as member.:of tle ruling juhta,& and
moving very slowly northward at Itoned It before police reinforce-
niot more than five- mfles an ments arrived. ,
nour, I The brotherhood, which claims
The position of the storm's 500.QO members, has vigorously
center was given as near latitude opposed the Anglo-Egyptian a-
19.8 north and longitude 72.2 greement on the Suez Canal
est. The weather bureau said charging it s too favorable to
it previous advisory was "based Britain.
. Insufl nhent data" and "appa- -O-
rently gave a position too far
The latest advisory estimated F ows
tll highest winds ath 65 to 70 exer- ,. ..
miles an hour near the center OY flT 1f
radius In the. northern eml-l
The weather bureau warned!
all shipping In Its path to exer- WASHINGTON. Aug. 27 (UP)-
lse caution. rN aWASHINGTON, Aug.27 (UP)-
Forecaster Oscar Norman said The Army would like to report
no ships were reported in the that time marches slowly for at
area of thestomr, however. least one soldier, Lt. Dean Wil-
ro liam Roach, of Detroit, who is
assigned to the Headquarters of
Armas Cancels the 3rd Infantry Division in Ko-
rea. He recently received a let-
and Grants Mide ter which followed him around
the world for 9,133 miles over a
ny Arbenz Raeime period of 222 days. The letter
By / DenZ IL egime was mailed from New York and
was addressed to the Pentagon,
GUATEMALA CITY, Aug. 27 where he was assigned at the
UP) The new Guatemalan time.
government of President Carlos From Washingtdn, the letter
astlllo Armas has cancelled was forwarded to ]Fort Benjamin
and grants made to the peas- Harrison In Indisaia where the
nts by the pro-Communist gOV- lieutenant was stationed for 10
rnment of former President Ja- weeks.
obo Arbenz Guxman., I .When -the letter arrived there
The lands, which were parcel- the lieutenant was ob the high
d out under terms of the 'agrar- seas, bound for the Pacific. It
an reform" laws of the previous trailed the soldier to the south-
egime, will revert to the govern- er section of Japan. By. then
lent, original owner of the Rdach was in Korea, not know-
roperty. ing a letter was c him.
A government statement sad Finally, the letter arrived,
ie lands were being reclaimed It was pretty important, at
*cause of mismanagement and I that, and the lieutenant sure
creasess In production. It said!w*s glad to get it It was an ad-
ther peasant benefits will be. vrtlsemeat from a magazine,
afeguarded. asing him to subscribe.


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EVANSTON, Ill, Aug. (UP) Its current me -Christ, the
-shop Albert Berucin y, delM- of t h
i o.tto the World Councw o011 etegathem' tAday a
aihees assembly from Com- a eprt
munist. trao-today e ted4%,o atna commuilnem
an IT t tiaaty before a u split s.ov broa


H aythsu n vy.eSr a so in .id hrittlon
90- -member al cunittee to
countrmov. ited M e cen- a meet n Hunary aid there
tral committee p1 the orld would be "no restrlctlon on the
Caoun nto met ~,In Hu ry, viaa" of Pgutl thingaryuch
e a id f e as those Imposed vetade
rteseat ftohe th Ironan o
orun (i-e.om "n Ne with In e -e.
f rd The y member of the Hu-f

suky Siad his ar cola who has been aH csed t before
tel wte York BbtleyI committee, of obg
ot the lop coaborator with the oi
reunsslt Aw At cnt- t 5 I ner o$on te
nWoun1 e Oltth a- P e t rytrie

were bso id "ed urehas- based a desire to se deli
the Ui' sent- themes dtsMued "in a proper
dey e nm t le on was manner."
iad nt t iews In New V
Hesape tioda c-t w a Mt wenas ccsd

P hentley" In view what
bfrg the telegram first o l PoHce
preas, ft %
The a r a&ans spoke ot, as
ed couC eotnh assem bly
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