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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00490
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US Seks Swift

Next Bes$t' EDC

SAug. (P) ared they
Seo uates wll call r an ha emn Wouble-cred by I.

me dialy and dismhowever, was "an*
at p, of more diac ssieo"

I~.t~. now d n ki td lit be broie

erutfial Se a ewm n w ldlet .
UnitednaPn Unnder Fren o a treaty m
ould ot nIc- rules, this proposal has preced-

rd on .ve ..r .. ne o.r ow=nhs
tiOppt tu a e ga- T however, was an-
t h evel o other propose by the pacts p-
Auina 4th eeu a "at porters that the EDa debate,
Sl .a nte Or ae aftn- oa w feren g inlateT-
n a conference to reek a treaty com-
This I elected toproa-ie.
convene shorWl, after e Fre prnc s e
NatioWal Aseembly easts a DOg- it was this prosaI which
tlveivow D.. the olaws apponw flileU A

WAult& l eW e -listel the dr n e's bckers o in the cait ile
partidnts the new er- d In lmg, seret en fer-
oncte asthel d tho Britl ea: yere dfy t o et the de-
a-_ and the a i. ,LO D bate run Its co ese.
mwJay SWOigNi the Neto- The pro-EDO move was one
uSng_ deigned to tumble Mendez-
1S~ IB in t.l& French Nc' government rather
t ae t ZjBu ian than let EDC die. The Intent be-
9W came clearer when three ofOthe
eWo iu(17 Nd to resigned If abal-
4C.l "ah t ofo

Their malsamtlns 'aaflo d *a

MErT WRIT REDS--Left wing Socialist Aneurin Bevan and other members of the British Labor
Party delegation visiting RedChina chat with Commuiist officials of the Ministry of Foreign
Tearound rult laden rta IMei.. Seated in front (left to right): Yeh _hl-Chuang For-
eign Trade Minister; and Bevan; Moran Philli; Harry Barnshaw; and W. Burke (smoking),
all members of the delegation.

France To Seek
SCensure Of Peru
On Whaling Ban
O t Aug. t (UP) The
'goefrnt Is expected
Sintenat nal sure of
bti on .OMT bwhaling
*aT- _k.,t~tw,-AA 4MjiUlr r th

Attlee Party's Red China .Jaunting

Draws Iiticism In British Press
LONDON, Aug. 30 (UP) f- O tratd by a picture of British
muer British Prime i n IstOer traders o China."
Clment Atlee ao tis eewn The Tele aph said in an edi-
mae ant a too it toal that Communi the stBr ha
!2Anpasty miA cI- oka eacnfiscated mot of the British


Heads For


WIMINOTON,; N. 0, Aug. A 0
- (UP) This busy port and
ing hurricane to t we4 churning
up the Atlatnie with winds sUti-
mated at 104 miles an hour.
Weather forecasters Issued a
warning to coastal areas that
"It's a pretty big storm now. It
was dangerous potentialities for
the North Carolina and V arg
capes sections. We hoped the peo-
pie will prepare for the blow.
They have all day to get ready
but it's going to be a wet day."
The center of ti6e hurricane
was expected to pass over Cape
Hatteras, N. C, C., late tonight. The
big blow was more than 100
miles at sea at mid-morning.
Minor damage was reported to
power and communication lines
as winds on the hurricane's
eastern fringe reached an unof-
ficial 45 miles an hour. The en-
tire area from Myrtle Beach.
S.C.. North to the famed 'Outer
banks was enveloped In drench-
ing rain.
Wind gusts of 60 miles an
hour were reported at Wrights-
vylle Beach, Wilmlngton's At-
lantic playground which was
crowded during the week-end
with thousands of late summer
No orranied evacuation of



To Kee

s US Has


:p Strength

WASHINGTON, Aug.30 (UP)-President Else-dwl '
er told the American Legion today that he will ask CI
gross in January for a substantially stronger military r
serve to keep America powerful and secure against thh
threat of Russia.
He said the United States had "failed miserably"
maintain a properly strong and ready reserve and he wo'l.
seek to reserve this failure in the next Congress.
"Wishful thinking and political timidity must
longer bar a program so absolutely essential to our di,
fense," he said in a prepared address before the 36th l
nual convention of the Legion. He flew hersfrom Denvq
today for the s c. '
He offered no specific figures "will not unfairly btden ap
for the administration reserve who have already served."
program, saying simply that "es- "This administration wlU 1
tabIlshment of an adequate re- to that," he said.
serve ... will be a number one He prefaced hir-review of.
item submitted to the Congress fense ls withe tat'
next year." of gratltde that -and thea.
Dr. Jon A. Hannah, former m3O t4d iSe a t
astpt defense secretary for .f. t
maeniA er, before lea-ving offce wiee th"w ,
t ,!m,,before

wo, *. %W 'r !..I M ,ATAM. England. Ag. 30-
woul e-Be tsr ili (UpO Arthur Hunt was flnd
siz wed fmWe 4 ._ 0 8.46 yesterday for .t tm the
inte one massf u mmm coat of his spaniel go un mM e
wmeaoin agait C m for seven years. ,
usnal e d it a tagle eh Arthur Butson, an Inspector
M eoul- possible only Ia for the Royal Society fat the
Freneh votc. Prevention of Cruelty to AF.,
As the c ber of depu"ties mal, testfied the shaggy doE
went back Into session this aft- was suffering so much from ,%he
noon, this was the situation: heat it had to be destroyed.

Firancewuld be acting on be-
hal cot 09 Sorwegjan-owned and
iialM whalIng fleet which
Mo the French flag.
("S'e Olympi Chalnenger,
lo ry ship of a Panama-
ia-flMag whaling fleet, trans-
ied the Panama CaIl last
week beded for the waters
off Peru.)

It. flh,- .
hiel r feature1 bore
resemblnce toi LaborIte Ameu-
rivt Bean, M MOfg. Pr

"where therl thiM "tw M
trade with Ca is vPivdly La-
borites moaed CM to' E1 -1?1
"where the thefte 'of .-Brit'ke
trade with China 19s viMidl 110xf-

Newsman TellsOfReds Failure

Stage 'Bogoazo In Rio
COPELAND peal intended to take advantage attempts to rasw two newspaper and by noon of the second day
of the hoped-for clash, buildings. 3. They smashed the they had them cleaned off the
m Aug. 30 Whn, ited of that, Va- windows of the Standard OM Co. streets.
em aets felled d S e the building when police drove them t a t he
w effoertsto tur use d the same away fromthe A defeat for the Co-
WsldqtO- hii O WhE. withla mfau nstU ed munists came when they tried
er were e the w tettry- There were never more than to arouse the vast crowd of more
o bheiWfg the to stir up lauldents. four or five salal group of 20 th*n 100,000 pTersons who
MalI % 194u8, was two-fold: to 40 peop le, In pe anld gathered at the airport and the
tlof liberal to incite g mobs to actual de- each of these waste queed before center of the city topay final
ge Elleer Gal- truction and to e te Impre it got going. bom to Vargas as his body
n ard tawraeil was In *Asfl. own to his ne ive town of
a state of rebella. tators wed the uual 840 orJa. The crowd ignored
rat plan to sow The incidents were few and tactics of trying to incite egrop tm completely and wentiOme
lestrUctlon here trithal,Aowever, and the, um to- of pedestrians and then disap-q lety.l
main reasons: tal of their two-day efforts hearing when police ved. But dm es n o dd ot
toariase the were: 1. Two overturned news- the Rio police know many of the Total .damages in-Rio did nOt
quick actloby paper delivery trucks; 2. Putile ommunist agitators by sight am d dollmre and one
person an agitator was
i Intended to do -- -
d pubis e t.- -+ .." event g going toward another
armedgot The people, even
I*, i tn hethe-..y erlcke +* Vargas
5g -, .'d.-. .: followers, simply would not have
AS anything to do with it.
ng of the Varga.
ommunist aper

.i ... oISays Figlt FoK
Caught Paw Raises ( nabh

(UP --W.'
vim#y ii sm
vIrgs, Into

disorder' ai

What th

On the morat
of & nb

Commui=st lea

return to. t
ain, w bo

M deportee wI
lt Canal & qe
W ftor ral

COICAGO, Aug. 30. (UP)-
Philip Young, chairman of the
United States Civil Service Com-
mission, told a convention of the
labor union representing 70,000
clvil service employes today the
admInistration innds to "pus
vigorously" for pay revisions in
the next session of Congress.
De ats oa hand for the
eoso of the Ameriean
Fed4K n of Government Em-
Ipin (Atf) expressed diMtis-'
faUon at the Presdential veto
of the py revision bill passed at
ase session of congress. This
was er first general meeting
ae President eenhower Kll'
od Os bil.

Sk wl were uly repairing tat was not reflecting
god =1W%6 British SoCalists b ep 0es. a precise admna istratio n
at this nes Is be, speed- X g CheTy Point Marinen ;, Mre
od % a 0new 'fri a t- Air S n went on hurricane atatltales t0Snmi-"i0-lson
Mos re,, and that a urtler alert id began securing all air- S:nthe uaa, ,hpro-ln'7nd
$112 000.ortOBrh of rtis craftlhi hangars. MJ. Gm.'ol.w-i-, He,
e s loon be added to e the selective service dietor,
W 000,000 already natlonallid. has ooSed the I t,-1 re-
t".:*8 an overture to future Balboa TirN, serve ft-gure loet Its s fright-
dae the fae ,of past enterprise ed Conges away from the
ia searefy isuas ve." o t Tuesdya, Aug. 31 overanllognmi.
M Pfllps, One of the rh Low o hThe Prldt aihirad .the, .i.

eight British socialists tourng 5:30 ........... 11:37-aj
(Cont.eae on Page 6. Col. )15:48p.m. ............ 11:51 p.m.

Treaty Team Return
Panama's negotiating team, comprised of Carlos Sucre, Dr.
bassador Roberto Heurtematte, a expected to arrive at Toc
a little more than a year in WWa ngton. They are returnoi
sale ~ade byrthe United States in answer to Panamanian
some.phases of the 1936 ,.reaty. TPresident Remon, his cabin
amanlans are expected to meet the negotiators on their arr
midnight. Remon will gI to his country home in Cermef
absence Saturday to studY the counter-proposals and go o
mitted by the negotiators.

100-1-"0- per cent more Shafri
g.on that splan for .ub- yearIt pos3.f s S ..M
stantally strengthened e
,:#We havea m tNy, l1
ml,. I Iooo aeUve i. 1 -l
rld der nucr
is Toniaghtf
is ^'y "We haveour strongftp .
Time Army, e ith
Octavio PMbrega and Am- lem weapons e,
umen airport tonight after modern doctrine. It is
na with the counter-propo- Carryin out its Wilmnpentl
proposals for reviason of the modern world.
net and hundreds of Pan- "We have a Marine
rival, scheduled for around tough and strong, rightly
6o on a four-day leave of of its traditional -pit

ises and
ver the report to be sub. readdines. .
'And all this g ower
supported byde-m

I Again, the Predt
his audience and ie
this powedal p
was maintained "ely
we must."

He concede: tt the
11^fill our hopes' *n.,t M
Snstrument for -
..." ,.+ .e eah rsu

a Defense

reach an accord.
S;, .:,,+. ,.. etba. ks ande m

I (~ t~tO AX CEN OCXmvIO 1h315A IOUXlUTO U TENATl racked IntoL She
CN"'war or Ilam.
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Carrier Tarawa Joins mightyy
The aircraft carrier US Ta- gmp of the historic battle- She i berthed at Pier 18. Bal- in this i
rawa Jo0Ied the U8 Missourt at last transit. An estimated bos, and is scheduled to transit unt of
Balboa this morning but the two persons visited the ship the Cabal tomorrow morning. Mediterranean
powerful ships only had a brief dring her "open house" yester- U oam tn ofl t transit the Fleet In I P_ a--
stay together. daawon. I L berth at Pier 6,
tW Ina transt aturday, 50 rio b e is p to Ai of
The MissOurt departed a tary and civilian office leame Isthm U ru
this afternoon for Long Beach, fm e Canpl zone and Re- ning. a Z
Calif., and a brief t of Pamawereets a- A op E of34 taw O al .
prir to reporting to mertthe ship. Fred i a re- nal Zt Mad te
Wash.. where she will be decom- tid Psa-Canal employee, ave a group o wns tran m iE
misloned and mothballed with talM on points of interest during aboert taOnly a Atli- BattkOat
;the Pacific Reserve Fleet at the tp. ed mt of p wl ben l- Capt .
Puget Sound. Wh. T6eM wa I s n route from lowed t- Us., i m
Hundreds of pernsB e l s FenM, c o to Jack- ldow SN Wthe W
raflores sad othfr vb- svale o n the at leg of ovbs, has
tag point c the C antal er asaondtt-world cruise, seemed over Mno Dor- ,


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IMy crystal bail is in form r9-fhtl.tl A.e
polishing; so I have no way of gWt y y ad
knowing whether a nightmarish ftmphrey 0=rt)au
H E; M A IL O A vision which has been haunting H Um PHrEY BOART or .
a small ground of governmentt. suaotB.G mT
The w ,.* .. ,Oe. ros eders -o Th.e Panaoe AW labor and businessmen will ma- a e t o
Lates. seaesny guests flly e d aoreadled oisd I I *,Wb l terialize0p w0t 9ta
Olm Mosaen me. h For some weeks now they have Th a e IQth
It Fege a In a lltt w don't be Impatiren t iit dtohse R Pappo IM been plagued by a vision of2 S.,- The p f1 : e apearshl at
mom day. 'Lemo.Mr published wI the eyder st fWe. p000,000 people and tens of thou- Is teao e ad eai
pies" by to kwephe latefaulimited to e" pass lorno .sands of stores being cut off a-Ath N
Ideal of ,te. N11te1. beld 3In etet* id"es. m from food. milk, fuel and other Pendonmy way down to thelds
Th 11i6-- ss-@mpeasibhily tes aMemets as s eplaleem vital merchandise, without which utay. A sidled .m k afer
mpSturn e itt.nmny an a small shop would die, In U t meAnd er" W himm sw
orasothe New York-New Jesev area. n'I td a
These men have envisioned ~d 't ewrit n m e w. to bo ahepa u-
OLD MAN WILLIAM embargoed railroad trains back-ara t io ma e moe.
ed up from the East Coast to ogr arl). It a funny thi. Evn
Stir: hicago. St. Louis and the south, Bogart wold
I? n. ; d re th U it Icloggine freilg ht yards throu ghu t o , ..o
The trouble is in my mind that not enough attention Is New York. Pennsylvania and "He do a e n on a w
paid to Mr. Newman's recommendations. A t ller that can points west. th d Wm e a.ewspar t t, d oi A ta.
ake recommendation on everything under the sun off hand They have. in their mind s' o I a nesaemen s i

increasing number of trale are 'W for thing, Pearsonnd att o
h Old Man Noah knew a thing or two, a a da hitting theoroad for New York) cant ae uatero ou fi
seHe mTOade 'era all pl ball. oiling up on transcontinen tal at j nw It
i -Old Man Noah knew a thing or two; highways. s si c o as I was saying, a funny IbN ..
"h th 1t~Because he knew dwa thing of ftwo rAnd all because oft ra ns- Omthn CuOnmyp w ayt oy ptI, l
ae thought he knew it all. sport strike wanted only by a w ty r y i y er.I P I aot o s kno about ats
handful of tough aMli who sope d as ter t bue t f that dI't
Old MAn W~1wam Is jiat likeOld Man_ Noah. Thanks to his bate Dave Beck and want to keys; buta te ol hey temrfom tInd
oeeamInendatl9f the Hotel Washington u n. deadrdukl. I destroy an honest eastern o k i e l tnl o i C ta e t e o es ho
lT heofter Unaion sor-ol spell ou ts d o, c urs.. ckptaQn was "Cpt ain- sgesnt~lions.W- -w.
sad to enj oy a cold beer there in the at pr after r&dali Teamsters Union chief byy theawas
W.th the caowas at Mo di all day but no Ien we ontracted name of Tom Hickey, who i gf r eQ eeg i ap ma boa a
that there hotel out. It is now down pand ou5d score one er ready has fought it out with T his ie a pre a f

S suppose he will waentus toht Ucontract out the Ralroad Une Ter Hickey, astull, ruddy. h e edhthe anb st ons enee w an g s
nxts ldthen ethesteamship liane. Then when they both fold plexioned incorruptible labor .. t m e hl~i"e. "" l.athe
we could' contrlt out the commssaries eand service centerS, man, has stopped m or w an Europe o ea w e r thmrt e d th in t i movi e
OWea .... Tourists Oorsh, at thit ate in no time at all we worcdnt have l ybbdy nanigans and rackets in the o i o n sr. Then e i
thorkin be the aerneg" ctenhn he e transport ungle" the o ap fl te the ee ra r i a nh s
hiyon r iesa m mro Svthy o r any on a s. tsta te tin lot h hc
So e l Stanley Kramer had boht the even more r es an ae losi
Then he wants us to train Panamanians who work for one- union trucks much of the stuff eote att waisn me it shs ol a from hhers
third the US fate of pay sto do US employ bs so we could savee fronthevi stiller watt e iegg os st produeftw for Columbia c

e "asloyetat'w^ ofnt the s cne. Ith svolatte Ne Yrk whc Ivthre be wh a andn dowda the wr the is n te it a n aond h the bsohsad fioobp o parhse a cnt erian.l
all that the bu in money and fire all them US citizens. front, which still teems ith the d
NOW I know Old Man William dent readn uch (he eaint re helonahoremen who were peeled By tOB RaARK t ain dios e y o e it
A upaPyo woan teCnremB- I seldom do. Fortunatahenely for meP a Ibsatolo m tells you what hold frmh
lk u a inaer now an.trhenhne wouda psee that the Pqal na.. iaf rackets and gangs. I was carrying aOn I little the in Europe or America with better right now I'd give or a ndy threw both steel bals at o ing au th
r*ety negot s are is tcussn equal paiyfer equ work.f"e. thrdyasAecn ahnd oe tet min wh he' a plumber, do vou tael

i rr dow neto.ed rcm ns oOther day abut* Americans an dvcoun Ove Pari wther ane oA sndwc. Milid showo itorin te Co toorsengse
that becomes part of the new treaty, then how will usnga Hkey w the one r the impression they etbrod, at in Europe, and a medium bazaar but not a thing to buy.. the cutting announcewent m that i sye m I al w
a tans tead of Americans save any mony? Course Tea mes Ue iona leai r which wins us no friends and cre- standard f ivin that makes a But I' say one thing for the d h'
he filters the Panam wanians wouldn't live In the Zone an so swun t Into the battle against ries an automatic rel e me t New York m onaire s eem to be Turk. They certainly appreiate ad S aing i t of a t kno w th ot hes
uldnt have to have quarters fr them and no service cnte the old I international b wh ich no amount of stupid spendtme a mping out. This a city that cothe Marsha Plan... how t should be l ayed. Ap- a btcher do tell him how t

eithe. Ten we would cle o the ii. enters on ou h wh ah e iens ,slatle.- uig win erse. This ton ot sna talus he best tailors and some ofl I do eot suppose t crossed this patently ever body knows at least cut meats If e's a siotist, do
the OeaW l ouldnt lbe ie e oany customers h lo an then we could fire all th. LAhwever atlios f rsud aChgment, since forndpast thefinesth female wdistes of the gentleman'st minisculedo ter aina thatione QUeeg.oust eantmillins pa teer.a terllsre
,ted t "o~ clsoWhinte HoMutnd, two gVl erar, called a constant gallvanter, nd the business, and subu ha world than his beloved New most of the immediately ecame as turr, do you tlle him thal is
'Ane Iff0ke read na paper now an then he would read where the National Labor lt0l never was a tourist, woul d make a slum out of hWet r at thi ime o e that coat ing diretoros. whole lmn tf snglet- abr dusuies l
e na rroiW' thmindd Congreusmen back in Washington faoru Board, several anti-crime em- There seems to be sne popular chesterm on it o r realy not odd to expect to tests ando that he i elde a fea
sing Am ria l down here to betp e l piroeftremnterests of th missions, a movie and a eer- American suspicion that every Over coffee with an drind, find Turkish food in Turkey, to Q EEG WA to a double-aseu ilhber
Ited States Oovmin t. As many Amer icans as possible, thm tan John L, Lewis.o td whih is f is d an ra, lat year in anier, tat e buildings a ctuall p- a b lt In the ba ki t jie
S. i s cOn, nt with the Newman-GAO policy. It retains its power over theinferior, and deliberately desig some wondrous eport item f ours ably were builn before the s- never did go along with a lot dont know elogh about these o
Andeieg pe gedeaderh ebuas eprssedswould otseeoelhe ARE ownd New YorkAabryeweQu enuilt he orre eto
:. And lffne read thve paper, herwould o s ree whereCARE send New York waterfront, across to defraud oroherwie passed by the cafe in which we man occupation es The u sn

on Fwe l ldA ofpok e milk here forthip KPanasania andr P anarkte Bio ridsa B a menwon uyou "Potitem bar e oeasdidsago adture istreap oh warve wi al ong gnorhl tord she be any lad I.htod
uo lot of m ilk here or the anamanan undernoul which pauses $16,000,000,000 (bil- ly intended. There is constant cit. were sitting and called loud, He criticzes the native drink, being more than slig hled to make profe n
people. An Old Man William is the feen youremettber, t lion) worth of the nation's for- ism of other peoples' working "Hey, Rurk, who's your rag- which he misspelled, of course, rocker-ay Queeg was not sim tgesto.
d to close down Mdi Daiy and have the Panama dai en commerceso it and habit, food, drinks, transporta- hd fried" and which s called re, and t y crazy. He was ck. Hs was a t all I have os ad
womre so itsp not W ha bits, food, tr ,t "n-prat

a rthl e Canal Zone residents with milk. Ifen we h on tactics are of ntere ll cr ion, culture, doctors, communica m a f n ms lelin c hed rm it nd gu sgins a e e o- i n bre t t o m
^ -AOld BWilim houldsouht owed "~t ~ifn he seou std ldiorm en e Thisw asin a upt e Barclon Thae een added m our Amerats ware the ean bystis riode andh ocreea ohhitaors onlo fsetrn ba roen aiic the j eesty
tdnewould be ittin the CARE t packagesnot the Panamaplant ners of this nation. t h a ol s meehedsri enn tes is c esi always me s e es i t

empysthroh-low prices for services performed by the cDmn all corners, the o ron shore-r c lawom an itn Euo notSOlong A go a boutn 5,000years. He c a was tat in Mt or a in t gHewastH eamcaou- et Ihueksoond
Simbeddedin overall Canal policy." men's uton decided to ta e on who asked me ithadused ad w e n aho hxsf house wprct w leaW ehy ea

Swmhsho oe a d bl the on w o n ri r and r took t outateP ande Iuu the th. efa
ti i tworked ooI .o The. uaonatwmnion.a th s ,armahe ad out a a m- th ,
1~Drv lon has low priced Canal Zonians so that now nat thI re outfit simply d- icl set and w ork. Aft er rntho re e n e om es e th

one can aiord to mhae hs a furniture repaired or refinished ld to nvade the trucking she fnhetelln t me about her is ather wnl telr y ean a d heen crssingl ie iee eaowd not n he a egthe s ntong lew

8 aowsh nd trbanssapnd oashouldnt h a onmrt field.up the killingsin ino stoorekmarket rB evyn w a bme of a rein itua ocen was an adv hureoIn ries. u tah e u na s or y s e d
S"Unsd Teamsters Division of course, she proceeded to declare head," because be wore cthe ead. stead of two npeals and a ge in. utres presred And tgh w oron wihou te ourrean copaf
The low prices in the service centers are ten percent higher the IA. They tried to stop flatly that all the people were ar dress of is religion, night's slep on a plane, or hi mal until pressured. And the he g there ent
t an in the commissarites; the now prices, Org Hspa ilkdeliveries into New York and thieves, and the servant situ.o week on a fast ship. They have re-te
We driven a lot of customers into Panama hospitals; and teaq Cit with a rump ad lito pi andaUe food unafint for human come tosip stolumnist printed a placed it with a new uneasiness, Is tehai tth ean a lot EXPECT MI pCEitS
SN ru ad. tha sion o foor unite Na tons haod c ln A isnt e thed bna aed i of e o pow er, m oaeynuve i e y le makof us? Espmove t eyf
l Primes in i commissaries are a helluva lot higher than known orgaI ingl drive ai i o, thecsumpotoher d from Ieianb in tu ebrn m ofdpowers ihat adnt aiferea thit Wh e te o"
nv comm odities In the Washingto.n v r a, i n. . ot e o d Y ena negroha d oo Iti It b. n dnotr lht apes firs thrug ho a neurotic "Quteg" Sl nt but th e movies are The
On Old Man William should oughta knowed that iffen he These ousted longshoremen, This was In a cityBarelona, key. The Turks are am on our Americans are the wekindest, most ehr astr ite
the whom everybody counted out which was old in cure, sei, best friends i Ero ett b ombs gerous, and often the polibcst poru is beh the pelhiatrist's on orle Enues frnm oi enty-e

Ash e papersi "-- DOW that In. en -sidIndg wnhel receenest teer. ebed Htouch isrbecomingo well known tomerh breri tseIte
WMhnton_ paerst that is, o p t when they were thrown out of and feature comfort when said, among other things, stan- people in the world when they res the corner drugstore.ti -buyer gures tht the
But eally bi uplift ought s remark about th e the all-powerful State dame'sanetor we still pain 's hot and dirty. most of the ome. But they a ur don't pack There are a lot ofQuegs gong pastboa ha
us-Allen report that"We have not been furnished with aTransprt Assn; with which third faces withbluee lyanyi buildings look as if they were those qualities inthekitbagwhen aou, n om the premed ripto paradise an eton
coy of the report and therefore are unable to comment on the much American commerce onhis behind trees for fear the built during the Roman oe- eae .tan times hve wrought. 'You find his e ar deveos n g
findings. This report should be appraised by the Departmen4 wheels andshipsdoes business. Di would get 'em. This is a pation. nea there's no overwe them In studios, u n department he pays to have it fyied without
of Labor and he Civil Service Com ilonn'he dmcsii ttes clan erthnanthing olThe foot's emis crg or politeness, orbiness. Show me amnwh h hei o uI
Well, now dunno about that. Old ManbWllllam. Seems like sid th were organizing truck osoer usinesstres hw eandin all wo hish se pr gssla heke
Ito me it should oughta be appraised by the CAO, two on account drivers Dan helpers and wanted A o :aseput in charge and S ll a s hohw it's one of those things and c
of the GAO is mixin in on Department of Labor and Civil er the *mpl oyers association to a-isodem c wae llas on .as of te e Bpedi tr a lethmeols ad a o
vice Commission business in the Canal Zone. abandon elek's o teamatsters and s pamen tiale ndareds ah sao rttl, 'It i
Yelr le. I cant help but come to the conclusion that the sign'with t them. The longshore- ""o del now o l tha i s st i
IS Element In the dAO report can be traced directly to Old Man men Were told to come back TOk bnow live mineofeldwhen I sayn this, but stinks."
s inflle. T hi hghualitu ,an d the known a whe, tohy were certified as a there are a lot of "female queegs" Weeks or monl write and
tors in the B cant account for it. T7e must be some hiddeunion bj-e National Labor Re- t o he e of e ou asE n T morws
ftor In Old Man Williams S Element an with luck Im gon nations Board. 'oo and only' a mutiny by the money to build set, ake deals for
e7tordgt O eme it l nLut. But that's not where it ended.. WASHINGTON.-(NEA) There same round that other such meet- Morehead Patterson, president earned eln stop the tortureo It east, rehearse, costume pe
oe l o h i Apt3out.tel mws lot The have friends, these tough s growing recognition that someIg have co vered for the past of American Machine andeFoundry doesn't have tobbe tihinhs e spirt ,do rsel, hoot it, pu
caow and bulls and Jackasses should have two much ak Ibngshoremen d new approach must be ound ,o.igh years. So there wasn't much Co., who didn't know there was a tails, yellowstain and strawber-gether, edit it score it-hun-
diggiout a new factor In the 0A hElement. Im no right in Dave Beck's Teamsters ward the problem of world di.-|news In it.D isarmament Commission when rise. But the female Queeg nags dreds of highly skilled specialist
d o w h an t aor cin t e. U i. Unon armament. The Baruch plan formed the a- hel asked to become a member, him about maids, cha acouts, blending their talents, a'couple
deye One of these friends Is a This arises from current, in-sis for the Western powers' represented for the U. S.deleatlon a better car, and a ber house. million dollars to finance it
teamster official by the name creusingly menacing threats, ,tosentation. It is still re aied ed asaoncession. it was that a c The female ne7MU nd- the guy acs g If Waa deliberate
of Johnny O'R ourke. Jon world peace. Red Chi na nthreatenrs fundamentally sound. ut condi-weapons be regarded as defensive ling him about e Dick and r lot to heat him out of egh-
---,hates DaveDeck and the cru invasion of Formosa. Truce agree-/tions have changed since Its intro- weapons and banned for offensive ry, all of whom are makig mot rive ent! ( .,,, h for
IOPOTOM 111116" 1 m e ntion- ments in Korea, Idochina,. teductIon. Then the United- States waare. ey hand over fist as their wives I
Food and Drink W" d back. And Kashmir and ...o had a monopoly on atomic bomb Ambassador Malik turned this reap the harvest with all the good Istame pnslgp. Th
.mrteO"y u only eana rmsty e cbcnn. No w the Russians have down becau.sehe said it Ould be things in life. After a while the walrin a man
ta-t-- f tel- insg-:1rlk"--p Sovie t.t diplomacy sm sae omband the hydrog en bombs "reegal zin the bomL It tured porguy beimIns to feellike in a barber not mtion

Seui tenant, Tom mickey, argue eryne that the Russians simply BOW apoach to disarmaMent. first be set b
against the strike, the opos- don't want disarmament Henece The Western powers fr their r.
oW' | wilt scream "sell-out." If the need for a new approach. part did make two new moves at they d b.a.
eck and Hickey urge modera- in general, this latest disarmitte Ilandon talks, th the R sws powers gb
t they'll be accused of work- conference wet over th sns rfued to co t a or a workable pl
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K II -Crazy.,Psychopc Makes Of 'Widfall rfOn Loans

S.WASHINTON, Ag. 30 (UP) ted that payment of "windfall
S-The government disclosed to- profits" to apartment house
S y I I g I I I ea to force apartment house since FHA charters provide that
da it a W t ak g atice I ga" p ot I bcuday it ds to rebate millions of only earned Income may be dis-
S1" d. arn In *wt Ll profits" on tribute to stockholders of such
.iF"~k-Insured -1 project
BOSTON. Aug. 30 (P) into a black Buick automobile e wwas listed in Boston somebody near the gate-house" 'First ta.ret of the crackdown The Senate Banking Commit-
Elmer- (Trigge) Burke, a "kill with h Ma aachusetts license Junee 8 as a "hired killer" i m- as he made is way through is Sidney Saner, builder of the tee, which has been investigating
crazy psychopah" hited to mao number 125-373 and ped away. orted from New York to shoot the.maze a of ors to freedom huge LinwOod Park project at housing scandals for several
cineMun a one-time suspect'in Other prisoners at the Joseph J. (Specs) O'Keefe, a One all official said the gul. Fort Lee, NJ.. monthly, has estimated that up-
the .Og,000 Brink's robbery, Charles Street jail were exer- key suspect ll the Brnkp case man must have forced the Sarner claimed protection of wards of $500,000,000 in 'wind-
Ataged a daring daylight jail- csing when Burke made his at one tmue. He failed on the gateman to open the door. the Fifth Amendment- recently fall profits" was made on PHA-
break at the weekend with the apparently well-planned geta-assignment but was .charged "The man with the gun was hen Senate Housin scandal insured loans on 'apartment
help of a man wearing a black way. with illegal possession of an wearing the usual summer uni- Investigators sought to question houses built between 1947 and
hood and a guard's uniform. He and his accomplice jump- arsenal of firearms found in form of a prison guard gray him about a 2, 42621 windfall 1951, under the now-expired sec-
The fantastle escape was ed into the getaway car and his room In a rooming houee. striped trousers and shir," the profit on the project. tlon 608.
made possible by the acoe- headed for, nearby Cambridge, At the time, New York police official said. Housing A.dminstrator Albert The RHA has fired or suspend-
pice who was waiting at an Mass. A score of police cars said Burke was dangerous" and 'Keefe heard of Burke's I2. Col aid the PHA,as.owner ed a large group of housing offi-
*utside gate pad opened it rushed Into the busy Nendall had a reputa4on of being a escape at the Hampden Conn- all preferred stock in 13 cor- dais-ranging from top to bot-
from the oatide when Burke Square district of Camhbridge, waterfront "tough." He had aty jal In Springfield whqre he porations which Sarner set up tom-since the "windfall" scan-
reached It after breaking but a motorist told police he habit of referring to himself Is serving a 27-month se at Linwood Park, has decided to dal broke.
*pen two doors, sawing thra had seen the automobile near In the third person, and soon tenee for parole violation. Be assume control of the corpora-
two -nba, %.Imm y the lock Castle Island in South Boston. after his arrest, he sald: *"Bl smiled and said nothing when tns an "compel recipients of The FHA supposedly Insured
on a aug steel gate and dlad. Burke, a 14.-pound, 37-year- mer Burke Is going to the told of the break. y" .l to pay back the mon- up to 90 per cent of the cost of
i% a panaing guard. old World War II veteran, chalr." The one-time Brink's sus-. He said r ha bee rd the pro ect Investigated. But the
The hooded man stuck a gun made a good record while His criminal record shows pect had been sent to Spring- edato callmengs oe.en rer- committee turned up dozens oft
n the guard's face and growl- serving with thq Rangers. But at least two arrests for assault field from Boston about a erred stockhold a r the pre- cases in whichtactual constntc-
ed: he has caused police a good and robbery Jia addition to the month ago. partly to prevent within the next days. tifon costs ran far less than the-
o'moveor blow your deal of trouble since the war recent charges against him. n further attempts onhiprpose of remo th e s r amount of the FHA loan, leav-
head off." endedand has been described Jail officials said Burke ap- lIe and Artly to forestall any rectors of the cororatone presentId nde h pro motors with abqu
He and Burke then jumped as a "psyeopath." parently was "in contact with attePt to escape from the of electing new ones.,, The ew among themselves while the go v-
flDeer Island jl, which he had di- rectors will be named by the ernment underwrote 100 per cent
fled sesrier cap cameone.th H saoid the overa n the risk in the Investment,
SBurkes es cae Cole s arnr action Deputy Housing Administrator
midst of an official uproar over will set "a pattern" for crack- William F. McKenna has been
the break made earlier this downs on other "wind fall" build conduct ing a studyfor several
month by five convicts from the era. weeks of "available legal reme-
Norfolk prison colony. Supt.He said it Its based on section dies" to recover some of this
Frank B. Coughlln, head Of tlhe 608 of the 1950 Housing Act, un-|money.
prison since 1950, was sauspendedder which windfall" loans were Cole said the crackdown was
ShaAeL EtoFri day night by the Massachu- made the result of McKenna's study.
setts correction commissioner. This section gives the govern- He said similar action will be
"He had to break opn a door ment the right to protect its in- taken In dealing with other
opened a big mah9ganydoorlof a "default". "will be predicated upon the
found two sawed bars. After that law, the government now con- case," he added.
he took the side clamps front the c aeh d
T rA r A\ 1 A 4 Ilock of a big steel gate, which .
TODAY ISTHE D released the lock.
,.TODAY I I I .EDY "That led him totthi court-l'I
yard where the prisoners were INDUSTRIAS PAN-AMERICANAS, A. I
exercising. Once out there, he
apparently was in contact with
somebody near the gatehouse. O S LP
to run toward the gate, he was I W H LESALE r l ES II
M I chased by an officer who didn't
DONNT MISS IT know why he would be running
gerv a I TjJ in the direction of the locked
"When he reached the gate, It
at Sauddenly swung open and the
hooded man stuck a gun in theU -
officer's face and told him
1> *'Don't move or I'll blow your
headIOff!' Then they gotInto the Genuine Philippine Furniture
NOVEDADES BILTM OR theb ridge. 1
NOV EDAD S BITR I I1 A jail spokesman said Burke's Lux Venetian Blinds
accomplice was wearing a blacc
OPEN ALL DAY LONG hoodand the regulation summer
guard's uniform consisting, of
No. 8 "J" Street Tel. 2-2910 gral s tripedtrousers and shirt. Come and Visit us at our ONLY STORE
,, ,|whether there were others in- catd on
evolved In the getaway, Locatedon
bState police said the automlo- No. 38 J. F. de Ia Ossa Ave.
n ^ .~ :. :_ _\ .* '~bilue was registered in the name N 3 J. F. O r e $a s Ave. *Ae
Gordon Is a weitthy Brookline
shoe manufacturer. His wife said
he had been playing golk at Pine
Brook country club in Wollas-
ton, and when he was reached,
AUGUST 30 SEP 4he said his car was n thecoun-
try club parking lot.
Expensive Diet
0 QS IvPrttgobthsa -HOOVER
dT"T tion and advice when a horse pok-
REFRIGERwand began chewing on VACUUM CLEANERS
S H E R S. An insurance firm assured Pratt
W A _the unusual meal would be finance.
S T O V S eed by insurance. The insurance ad-
IVlE S Justor had three words of advice ON
S T O too, "Shoot the horse."
All orders of refrigerators, washers and stoves taken during this week
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i o Raise Funds

Tor Halian Jaunt
An auxiliary committee of the
A. soaciacion de Acercamlento La-
tinoamericano y del Caribe was
formed last week to promote the
raising of funds for sending a
gation to Haiti at the end ol
This activity is in connection ***
with plans for the presentation
bf i bronze fue to the Hal-
tia govern on behalf ofI When the doctor's wife an-
he people o0Panama. swers the telephone and says the|
SMr. Elvira Downs was named 'doctor isn't at home, but asks if
r dent of the auxiliary com-ashe can take a message, give her'
: ple. which 'Is also comrjrl;ed the facts.
: Esther Burke, vice president; t helps a busy doctor immeas-
I ynette Tomlilson, secretary, urably to know which of his calls
I Tnda Henry; treasurer and Mi- are real emergencies and which
chael Lazarus, trustee. Other ones can wait.
members of the committee are:
Nqeville oGttens, Carmen Davis
:', ad Deltina btxter,
At its next meeting the com-
mittee will iftake definite plans
aimed at rating the necessary! ,
Us to cover the expenses of \
e delegation which will take
e plaque to Haiti during theI
land republic's anniversary
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The duck has laid 1,240 eggs in Horseshoes are lucky oi, when
|seven years an unusually high'. ocky
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};?:!o a& the C - -l z. oar, .nvted Bat A M037, A c, ,s oloctin In the. diar. Once the. ,
to attend ts meetg. ligh r e turned off, the com
Sound will glow for hours. Or, ap-
speaker for the evenja~ ing and hisAvi enyl-basedt

topc i n A l Star CoTrclic ply thesv adesi to lamp
S- t-e rW to ,- ,Rs -s T A tees, la Xwo pictures, 'jewey, or 'greet'

I. nRh last qev HPa-in the ort n ded. r Ch e. will hold their covered dish cardRs, 1pri klee on f c a we h
S ek. M, 1 nd '- r t - plombd luncheon nel, ther m 1eetng a it :Y0 phorescn ou lie oor which

? rdAsroom the ~~h of Mr. at" p,. on wRdnesaas at the fr ot-m ShMS. cETE i 8eMNs of Plight Cit a wnd eant with the c omp or, and these too
r w oaseod by the urand CC hael n ea hero tt vd o i tne n
^Wy--- reguptthis h ldea r tig.igmee oft erdes a neppl if ted l ie

t '~atgalocla Re hteld [C hpoun READS STATEMENT Drh PERRY, O ula..-( 7P)-Mr. and
.fm. . day. a ,a aAnstar Circle ply te heesive to lamp shapes,

Tie- _h o f MIN,.a-do P t o c nA m Memrs of the AU r ihe i pictures, jewelry, or gree a-t
' elW V la th C erers Lt- the Fort Am Fr h will Wi e hold their covered dishi cards, sprinkle oa s no
Lee, ssS d ofM C.dsaneonnegattc

Sn o tm. bednerdy at tho M. AT Te ot- Mg. MR T0witai P o with the comp nd and rea sy
fNo07lWaCaer and Mr old Isnt haz eroi ead tecam dnr Oe photographed on a he balcony d their recentsewhere n e an ith a. ne e

Bt' h o ot .- wor. knder Cal 0evoial-hjust me 11ue Sh teese aurildtess ut res M.e\ "IHtire-n y. \ -.l H
Wy' -n.dWt hm eB O i g h y lndtMhis ls voters. The tiono t s-yrs. Bootfnkt |he L
nkehwieood ost turAg meainot A dr H asei ll n hol their o a s claim t hat shed "ard sPin Ae A oeho
Snd r.- Ronadrn and Mrs re a gotans e ada wil not mang t i receive Wh e a sair tl hin rs. MbeEt.sr weoiser
'Zondeinr was nosund b eup"vren celth 1.on eUyan tha nCaUtnty and pdlca- Mniverxory,".addnanowonh.
dneiht weeh ob r isO iofA t Templerr vhtin prlbon. lwe t easoautblooInteren toakme oMay htelow. (ork)
Ba- lboan. di was servect the Floreau- nESSEL Fermany M U L N u ntatrte y doeskahe
ot'ers-tdales Planas were re go sr. Aug. 30 Pnagoingment and la at hnoR1oeson AN Mr. abused by it? DPuoeos Ruth think themit com and tes t
buffet supr on Saturday night eightpennin (1.9 cents) hourly I kind of rthis is her first experience with W
Foofuirn the at the embassy residence, enter-boosts for wage earn s on s celebr, a tetin
to attend The Cr Mnister of Agricul seven perasent hikes for salaried IndF sos- sh e has grant been allowed ng privi.to (till Wednesday)a

54-ture of the Republic of Hondu- employes. The new scale goe0t ^Helr' I t L d dn t live in illusion. As Imperfect jus t it I N24 UTY '
ras t Honorable Benjamin nto eect SEinept.rle. nionb eg e to two of Ruth's ayhun mates. sion r

SMmbrelo and Mrs. utllemo Lo- The union originally demand- Rtuation, Ruther hasnks me, "Doubtedly S T T

Homes Rd d ay. who were passing ed 10 pfennig (2.4 cents) hikes dbeen unfaly treated before. 1PANAMA
r r he THEoBESTFURNITURE,yOfromwet thencinkto hampsdirectorn d

AnurMihembers of the urundu for Ruhr metal workers s 1.48 her counsellor has imposed on her.kbone of AT THE BEST PRICESgis and ow-boy

a rWoman's Colub will t together marka (3n cents). O10. MOPTostT, I do not. I s Ruth' e remedy o H
their weekly social meeting at from German cities and state liesome in our erf n hiswers bel ts for boys

^^ j^ ff^^ i^^ the Community center, announced they will meet next forces'him to ignore our impe- Elir w dJll o1 o Ilh the
mureturnin friday Intuttgart toal reconsider va-o Counto these sue stion he gets no esp- n o

Aaam Society wae demands by 750000 public rence n in imperfe- i
aThe regular monthly meeting servants. In a referendum last tsE
anedg htee of the Canal Zone A ndarum week the ETV guild o Gife would not work for their present Why has Ruth no t tried to reme.

cy ll be held at a:30 p.m. at rn Dblcar vice and transport i rst d timeg maybe. For wet never dar-- c H U
Musc ampthe USO JWB Armed Forces worera ted down by a seven dy her situation for herself? Why sellse them founjust leanr $1.00
Interoe, Mh Ambassador of Hondeu s e to Following 10 hours of intense has she not challenged se this "un-
-L--'- Panama and Mrs. MarcosrA. Rau-negotis ationsierd at the l mer- d e fairness"? Why does she feel so eip to ,.ett a We offerff
rdales Planas were hosts for a mente d and labor compromises. o abuse d by it? Does Ruth think them for only
buffet supper on Saturday nminght enghtpfenng (19 cents) ourly this is her first experience with e riK a and de.
at the embassy residence, enter- boosts for wage earners, and injustice? ONE i WEE K 4yniWTJrB,
turem of the Republic of Hondu-eelnOyes.Eenew.caleegoeselive in illusion. As impefectlUS up
ra,. the Honorble BenjIE rina inn wantoB uefI Rfm motheapit r

so n r e tidee membr Bo a 1751 D ne 1250.. s r de is cilh cont i en c a n y hda story
Membreflo adl rs. ullemo Lo- The union original demand- t tuition, Ruth hasndoubte d I AT
WRodezvo, who were passing ed 10fenng (2.4 cents) hikesLbeen unfairly treasted'bfore. P
u Panama. for laborer, and eight pIr sh an ea er
oA r .Mh dSe6 at the tr k neBof.ATfHEhC mgremdy this situatio? for go sm ad o
Sfor white wise, tohe in injustice has been done bet or
are t rnnom wariCnub The curi4nt basi hourly Wage l- tany
s eh Members of the Curu ndu for Ruhr metal orkers Ist to 8her counsellor has imposed on her. ase
SIWoman'slub will get together marks (35 ce w its CUB ................ 3.5 CLUB. That, I think, s Ruth's roble s te Er
----Meantime, representatives MONTHLY ..........10.00 MONTHLY ............ 25.00 If JSa chl lenaged tho.l ...I.
their weekly social meeting at from f German cities and es ta o I Hey* in our perfseton, his belef
the Communit y Center. announced they will meet next ghear1 cees'nhim a ignore our imper.si
o Friday in Stuttgart to reconsider festo ,ons. Thusm he gets no e(l Wpe.
Aquarium Sorlety wage demands by 750,000 public rience n challenging imperfec. j0 h
The regular monthly meeting servnnt.ef Sn a referendum last pF.tions. inheretTinyh
ciety will be held atnf:30 p.m. at mlnVublorervce and transport time, maybe. For we, never.dar.
the USO JWB Armed Forces worker whited down by a seven ing to admit We are unjust, learn rs.
Service Center on La Boca Road to three iargincompromiset make our injustice s palatable
WM.nan'elub will le toethwager m ar offered by commu- by loving words and generousThy100e
:0a on ndafr et e, reThen one day, Mur youngster Wo
terwi at o-"m Gencomesismacktupiagainstainjuhsticeh
m that doesn't take the tr our ble to
th[ C t Ctterribly abused by her common-MbLb IOS
plaEce .in Ha dmeof chal-
k7*i..mS.it.wg.0 pleasing letters.7 0a
S Teeurmth tRADtn E CHILDREN trained in aware-o.
ofte:ISo au oactivee tee ET utheDancer- ere so easily. As it's an old ftory
SeMasters ofAmrcrl cpInc.r Is to them, the challenge it withab
byoutgeat belo igerencer.ousGi
Then one d other realistic people, t eyounster / M natnright
Ballet, Tap and Too acceptowhat they cannot chanee.1r ,sm ack agarminosut sa
that does't ta the s trouble o, pribroken edgesdmeaes superior sh-
mak itsefLpOAa-able.-Seofeelstheu entfsc smoothness. Bemuse it'
te my counsellor is a drip." smoother, Meana clings to ski n
When growing children continue bettor, longer than other edi-
'NN...L..0MTY...0o.s0 to ask us to fight their battles ctrnpowderstete.That'swh.
naieroaeptdce dreswfInesatrkeh'fi selves:
aklrt ls toppq 4.,asImple,,September 1st and 2nd- accessible to criticism? Have we
butMtonedatopt that de-empha-
sizes tAM .bosom,"d barelyesidb CLUB l................ 3.00 CLUB ............... 3.75 assumed a perfection that has
o eikeooth. right to question injustice?o

'NE L K ~o nwwt te dl uthrtis I Mesn g Is y pee an

Y CLAV ..... ........ .. ..=.. ca ........... .O loocan M jusias

SUITS from 4.95 -IT FAOR TOU.

SLACKS from 2.50 Follow the Arrow for teest
SLACKS from .50 EON"--""
II.".u tI BUYS in Town..
Crit Cardtis
Valitat Our CLUB ................ 1.25 CLUB from............ J"B
B. Sale. MONTLTY ........... ~ No order too a No order oo frge
EASY-PLAN PAYMENTS ExelIsive New Models.

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MORRISON 4U at July Ave. A J St.
judo Aroemea Ave. and 33 St.
2 La CarrMaqulla


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r Household
SALE:--Furniture, due to trip,
p. Phone 3-5552.
SSALE: 60-cycle refrigerotor
$40. Good condition, quick sole.
Call 86-2120 between 8:00 and

WSALE: Admirol refrigerator
S'-'4", Tel. 88-836, Qtrs. 116-B,
Guyr "-.
Sa -60-cy $semi-automa-
tic r washing pochine'in good
condition and Tian gas range
without base. ot give-owoy prices.
T'. Coll Balboa 4409,,
iOR 4.btlrMer gas stove,
S' storfspace and'bo $50. 0303,
Cable Heights, Ancbh; C Z
TAE Zenith console radio.
I ()60-cycle. Original sost $395, can
rbtained for $200. For informo-
ion call 3-4098 between 7 and 9
m. Can be seen o an 820

CASA ZALDO Ageacla InternaL. de PubUcadones FARMjACA 08TADOS =NIDOS
Central Ave. 1o 45 CenAtal Ave. 140 C~stral Ave.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Parque Lefevie 7 Street 50 Street Na L3
fourth of J.uly Ave. 1t0 Central Ave. J. Fo. de la o t Ave. No. 41
"4,s v. -a v ee .y 54 .I

FOR SALE: 1941 Lincoln Zephyr,
excellent condition, $150 cash.
Phone 5-167, House 224-A, Gatun.
FOR SALE:- 1952 Pontiac 2-door.
12;000 miles, Hydromatic, seat
covers, new battery, good tires,
point, exceftent, duly free. an be
financed. Balboa 6344.
FOR SALE:-.,r- 1949 Chevrolet sedan,
black, white tires, excellent condi-
tion. For infdrmotio~ *hne 2-4605
or 3-4845.
FOR SALE: 1950 Cadillac Model
62, excellent condition' 5 new white
tires, new seot'voers. Tel. -88 36,
Qtrs. 1 I -B, Gulick. ,
FOR SALE;-.,'48 Nqs Super 4-door
sedan, A- fclcjalcol condition, 5
very good tires,-+w-xtro tire. Price
$340. House 5341-A Diablo. Phone
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford ranch wagon,
two-tone 6reen 61-pb t re, direc-
tionol signals. ) C(n ide fhro4e-in.
Duty hours 87-7251, after 17:00
oLQ 1)0Q

iENT -Room furnished. Fourth FOR RENT
uly Avenue: One bedroom with
ony, small diningroom kitch- OU
'te, refrigerator, screened Sut- FOR RENT oe, yard
for one or two'persons, $65.1FOR RENT: -bbdr=dm'chalet,,yard
ne 2-4912 or 2-35o84. conditioned for poultry raising,
e 2-4912 or 2-3584. $45. "Comisorioto Panorma,",corneo
ENT:. C le d, comfortable Ist Street ard "A veWue." '
vs, furnished, maid service. No.----
" Street, opposite Tropical The- FOR RENT: Modern chalet: Two
Phone 2-1541. bedrooihs. maid's room, properly
Ad Po A ....d ...d.... il Car-

ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern
furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurnish-
ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments:
C o n t a c t Alhambra Apartments,
10th Street. Phone I1386, Colon,
FOR RENT:-Apartment above Cen-
tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue No. 141. Inquire Central The-
ater, manager's office.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, 51Fst'Street No. 42, Un-
furnished. For further details' call
Zubseta: 3-1802, 3-3337.
FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom furnished
apartment, spacious and modern,
$90. The best you cbn get for the
price. 43rd Street No. 58.
FOR RENT:-Modern, furnished one-
room apartment, stove, refrigerator,
hot water. Campo Alegre. Phone
Panoamao 3-4242 after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
very cool, two bedrooms, maid's
room, garage. "El Cangrejo." Phone
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment,
living-diningroom, kitchen, laundry
room, $55. Via Belisorio Porras;
Phone 3-2907.
FOR RENT :-Furnished one-bedroom
apartment, excellent location. Fed-
erico Boyd I, Phone 3-1516.
FOR RENT:-Semi -furnished 1-bed-

Phil li. Oceanside cottages, Swta
Clara. Box 435. Bolboo. 'Phone
Panama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES one mile past
Santo Clata. Low rates. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.
Gramlich Santo Clara Beach cottages.
Electric refrigeration, gas stoves.
Moderate rterates. Phon 6-441 or
4-567. 11
FOR PENT:-3-bedroom beach front
house, Sea Cliff Acres. Tel. Balboa
3022 after 5 p.m.
WILLIAMS' Santo Clara Beach Cot-
toges-rockgas, refrigeration, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

FREE ESTIMATES Reconditioning and
Reupholstering Furniture. Advice in
Interior Decorating. Call EUREKA,
Central 206, beside Capitolio Theater
Phone 2-3479
and/or LOGS
Panama Conal Company invites propo-
sals for furnisHing Amarillo, Maria,
Cedro Amorgo and/or Cedro Grano-
dino Timbers and/or Logs under seal-
ed bids for opening in public at 10:30
o.m., September 7, 1954, in the of-
fice of Superintendent of Storehouses,
Balboa. Invitation No. 114-REVISED1
may be obtained from the above
office, telephone 2-1815.


Protect year Cargo
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Central Ave. 279
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C. T. Riehardson, Jr.
Leading closed-end Investment
companies.dplay a wide variety
of distinctive characteristics.
These divergencies are noticea-
ble in the management's divi-
dend ndd I vestibet policies,
cost of otertlons, operatimr re-
sults., epital structure and so
While there is, thus really no
"typical" company in this 'field,
a brief study of the largest di-
versified U.S. closed-end invest-
ment company might prove In-
The Tr Cofntinental Corp.
was organized in 1929. In. 1932,
Its common stock was "under
water" (the company's assets
failed to, cover, debt and prefer-
red stock obligations by an a-
mount equal to $.77 a common

MI 4tra

Drs. A. endm ORILLAC
S- 12 and 2 -7 pm.m
Saturday: 12 noon.
I5 Perti Avem Tel. 3"-S
(1 block from Lux Theatre)

Packers, Shippers,
Tels.: 2-2582 & 2-2451

NT: Col, bg furnished rsqulla, good view of Panama gerator. Very cool. Overlooin FOR SALE
in.ava.ab....-79, Hive Ph n ............ .... rOOm apartment, MAs stove, retri- sO ALE
i n Campo Alegre. Private olf Club. $90 month. Mi$ue9l Comssar iS V a ALErf LICORES 2amA"tl

*. No. 45, 4th July, upstairs. to, Aquilino de lIa Guardio Street. -- m lspensory Pmhone Al. Also other A
93.I FOR RENT:-t2-bedr'om chalet, liv-in W d0

Surnished room fo Phone 3-173 during office hours. FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, dental items._____ Rapid Home Delivry om a.m. to
elNr P ro'e family. Reference FOR RENT: ofues for the first, with all utilities. Vja FOR SALE:-Suits and Pants, BEST- Tel. -1
FORRENT.Privareti f Espaia, house before Juan Frao. FIT, superior quality at very low
S ired. 17 East 3:th Street. three bedrooms, terrace, hotd watez. &sn es re n FIT e D ual at ve low
C ol-- - - d P h o n e 2 3 0 3 5F O R p r i c e s B E S T F I T P l a z a S n t o
Sd R SALE Ana Panama; 11 th Street. Colon. B
sie LES O. N S Motorcycles c FOR SALE-ROCK HOUNDS: 2 Nel- Hi-Fidelity
ON available for experienced t ,Aqo Rr son arbors a" sealed bearings; Ampli fers
:Spanish stenoropher. Ap- LEARN POPULAR PIANO ploaing FOR SALE:-Leoving, English motot two 8"xl" felt polishing wheels;
Sox 555 or phone 2-0690 with Zez Bennett, the only teacher, cycle "Northbn.' 'A real bargain: four 8"x" grit and rubber grind-
it this type of music, on Isthmus. Also 48th Street No. 27. ing wheels; one e & I gem maker, No. h
'-- available for danceaengaements. .complete with diamond sew, asnd- Te. Ie II
anted Position BennesOrestra, Tel2-1282 Help Waned ing discsC. nd fe doa s
with extensive experience WNE_-*-*1e-t- sticks, polishing compounds and e Seek
t WANTED: cretoriys -A tl WANarty's TEDs le, V-bets and pulleys. Houseros
Spanish dictation and typing, encesfor general household work. 8-B Blboa. Phone 2-1470.
dEires position with rehloble firm. (Continued from Plae 1) Muslet sleep bn 50th n Street No. 49, FOR SALE:-Blonde Cocker Spaniel
r formation call Castro 3-0226, Communist China, told the peo- downstairs on 3-254;7. puppies, AKC registered litter, $40. w 1
'10-12 noon 2-5 p.m. pie of Red China in a radio .. Albrook 3198.
-- ---- "* broadcast "we have come to the mn m ailyn Sheppard
~~~FOR SALE oncl ion e a. oue to t n mR SALE: 25-cycle air-condition- aDow S epar
live in peace." Peiping radio re- ng unit, specially made for Canal
Peiping radio, quoted him: Pdr Miguel Dspensar, Phone
PP--fiv ed sk4i e mpee On Wage d, (
SSALE:-Fnnca SANS SOUCI ad "I am very happy indeed to ur4, from 8 to 12, including Sot- with masks, fins and e
LIp With maske, finsand:oxygen
cent Cemento Panama factory, i respond the invitational of _tanks, searched the Lake Erie
cultivated, fruit treesoul-respond invitation of R- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY bottom behind the home of Dr.
try, caretaker's house.; 700-foot f di PeipCotinu fay a few worlds t I'5t'OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR SALE Samuel H. Sheppard at the week-
frontage Trons-lsthmian Highway, tothe C na ople. 7.Sealed bids, for opening in public, will end but did not find the weapon
midway Panama-Colon Ideal loca- "It gives Ie ah opoortun'ty of WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 (UP) be received until 10:30 oam., Septem- that killed his wife
n country hom e or business exprein thanks and p- American Can Co.and the br 3, 1954, in the office of Superin- Jay Gorham 27, led the grou
4500. Box 144, Cristobal or Tel, ~o~~ny ion 'nv colleauA's end CIO United Steelworkers of tendent of Storehouses, Bolboa, for that went back and forth alo
3.2176 (week-days). I myself for. iur very kind gen- America agreed today on high- various items of scrap, including ril- the gently-sloping bottom off supb-
2-bedroom c o erosity and hbsnitality. er wages and improved group in- road flat car bodies. stear boilers, urban Bay Village. They went out
o Lted V"ta -Hermosa. Colon Highv- "In the short tte that we surance and pension plans for transformers and "'T beoms located about 500 feet into the lake, far-
way. BWfore $12,000. now $10,- have been here..ae have been the remaining years of their at Sectiorn "I," Balboa Storehouse, ther than previous divers had
$o0. Down payment $3000. Thom- impressed, byv ydW friendliness. current labor-management con- telephone 2-2720. Invitation No. 116 done, but found no trace of the
as' Rel tEstote Agency, 259 Central Of course, at h"eW t our visit is tracts. may be obtained from the above instrument that battered in 31-
Ave Phone 3-1069. P.O. Box on hlfwy oh... source r from office of Suprtend- year-oldMrs. Mariln epprd's
S"We have com. to the conclu- The new agreement provides ent of Storehouses, telephone2-1815. skull early on Mthe r a of Ju-
3 404. ft 5s'on that. like the people of Bri- a general wage increase of five y ly Fourth a
'. pin, you are anxious to live In cents per hour for 20,000 Amer-; o 0 o .. lake is about 1A feet dGee
oece so that vou mpv adeauat- le an Can employes at 36 of the br S",ub'i t a -e" at the la est aoint t1 fi vee
c t a .e1r ly have an on tunitty ofevel- company's plants. A l urMg epemer. -2245.
E. A Ner WS hoping the yast auras of your dF OR SALE:-Bargain. Selling beauti- ,The missing weapon st4hil is con-
Scountry for t ne of. the h. T. Klassen, president of the ful plants for house and garden. sidered one of the key points in
people, raising t standard n tf company, and Al Whitehouse, Va Espaio, house before Juan the upcoming first-degree murder
Srlife. and enu or each d chairman of the -man USW Fronco. trail of Dr. Sheppard Detecves
every citizen t measure of so- negotiating committee.said they and sp'cialiss ae g ver the
for items the s traYI aludingnfail- rmegnt Seengfind
cial security Twe believe to also setti on substantialy im- a entire house and lawn literally
Personnel be he ghtfu ritage of all pro entd in p group in- M c magnifying glas ses. tyg to
"Yor e therefore e fensed do i
must on ork of co The labor contract expires P e Defene ed prosecution attor-
H i.s very special news for struction nton." Sept. 30, 1955. The revised in- pubn c sentiment ale hi
o y azLotnEXIN TON, (UP) et da o and up ainstDr rd by
tr ush, mirror, cuts, uwith t iby .t farmer surancet and pensionGagr ntarone defendaintg the 30-

trit and that this can be year as l th nds of silos to- Wages and benefits for USW VENICE, Italy, Aug. 30 -l(UP) .year-old brain surgeon, said the
Win a matter of seconds gether, the. V rity of Kentucky mmebers on the company's pay- -Unendgb r st s of applause would not be able to get an im-
S no after-shaving cleaning' College of' Aprfat ure reported, roll were subject to negotiation last night broke the comparative partial jury in Cuyahoga County
Spatented article made If prop instructed the by Sept. 30 of this year, under apathy of-Venice's 15th Interna- (Cleveland) because of what they
the finest 1 Swedish steel/ trench silo t ow be considered the re-opening terms of their tonal Film Festival in an unan- termed newspaper pressure
i ire s 1-1/2" x1"x4/5", and a permanent type of silo, instead current two-year labor con- mous tribute to the Mexican film John J Maon, asitat coun-
Edghts only 1-1/4 ounces. It is of one for temporary or emerged tracts. T Rvto.te Hanged. ty prosecutor, said hle would 9p-
-s thates-t time -saver for men cy use, engineers at the school | The breath-takui g tale of brutal.- ose any move to take the I
I -i ven-ed On y- ou use T-his, sm r Whitehouse called today's ear- ity, rebellion and justice in a nt eount Mahona hehas
arvel you will never use anv To be satisfactory, a trench silo ly settlement "a definite mile- Mexican mahogany plant action beeLn a lawyer for 32 s and
.e.ust have an ueil~ri ous floor, a stone in the progress of enlight- thrilled the audience at the Lido has never yet heard' advanee
The pric is $5.75, and th protective coating of some type for ended labor-management rela- of Venice and touched of the en- piblicity making an in partial n t-
imor la guaranteed for life. tthe side walls, and the approaches tonss" thusiasm of critics. ry impossible.
Exlhsive DIstrIbutor.s: to the silo should be paved within _____cI Italian writers said the Mexi- Date of the trial wI.lbe set aft-
SCANAL AGENCIES S. A. rock or gravel. can film stood out together with er Labor Day. It l xpetedt to
C.th=edral. Pasa Several materials are used In A Japan's The Seven Samura" as started about the middle of October
(end the corner from cvern the silage after the r e I the two best pictures show to _t_ a e rin to
emn ke'trencdh ts nued. The main objective date.
'* e .... ......... ^the materials and methods ap- SAlilM 9MLEr! | half-way mark. With nine more of the Hanged" would win the
. lied a I days to go, and such big pictures coveted "Golden i ion of St.
e- "io o _u ex as Italy's "La Romana" (Woman Mark" award. But a number ofi
Ui'Sp.15 Tof Rome) rnd "La Strada" (Thecriticsi.were th'd to the feel-
R oad) still to be shown, It was ing this was *it."
of Ke n k e o n,,,- / o-U mn r s t o apu

We offer you brand n Bg elec-
tric Servel Refrigerates 6 cf.
work on 25 and # cycles,
as C.tW Ave.. .ame. Tela t-aM

Jn I 1 U I N L
well situated, in perfect condition and with modern
comfort ,

priced to suit You!
No. 23 East 29th street, Exposition, B .19,.000.00
No. 42 East 31st street, Exposici6n, 25,500.00
7th street, Golf Heights, 24,000.00
-f with 3 bedroom, service quarters, etc.
For inspection and further details

Slflfe & Companiy Ltd]/1


I$ Street Nl. 22

Tel. 2-.384

until sold out; a limited
assortment of
Bell & Howell

8 and 16 mm.
Best equipment In the
ward. American made.

Puas 6 de Mayo


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Prae winners ages I to I yearw- Co o lmU olu aiiI
tion Prograp.
Front RAw. left to right: Humberto.RutAe;
George LePert, Rosa Torres. Billy W1lmoth,:
rello Soto, Ram6n Mel6ndez.
Back Row, left to right: Danny Deajardins. B.d
Richard Delgado. Pedro Monmon. Toninoy Raineylf
ton, and Jonell ePert. Rrger iRed (not in p .
,(n-t .... .fl

'oday, the company's assets 1
approximately 205 4'illion.dol-
s not only provide wide cover-
for senior obligations, but r
resent an- equity 6f about I
.50 per common share. The
ck is currently traded iW on
N.Y. stock exchange around
a share, a discount of al-
it 40 per cent from net asset
Ilae aii

The coohpany's expense ratio
over the course of years has been
low and its Investment record
patently successful. The rila-
tively modest, market appasal
of the value of Tri-Contlfental
common shares may In some
measure 6be, attributable to the
company's. policy of retaining
profits realized on security trah-
sactions, rher. than .disttibut-
ing them a capital gain divi-
Another .factor may be that
over three million perperpetual war-
rants are outstanding. Each war-
rant represents the right to .buy
1.27 shares of common at ;17.76
a share, ,with no time limitation.
Although the market value. of
the warrants Invariably exceeds
the monetary advantage of ex-
ercising the option, the warrants
probably do exert a restraining
influence on the price of the
Because of the relatively siza-
ble amount of senior securities,
theie Is.a' considerable leverage
factor Ik-the common. and even
more In the .warrants. The re-
sult .iA jIj3 wider 'prie
movemei mtt eiher, dtr ".
than occrUlithe general mar-
From the September '1953 low
of 33/4, the warrants advanced to
8 in July 1954, an advance of
146%. During the same period,
the Dow Jones industrial aver-
age advanced from about 255 to
the vicinity of 350 for a gain of
some 37%.
NEW ALBANY, Miss.- (UP) -
Mrs. J. P. Cook bought s'lot from
J. P. Combs, who hkd just bought
it from J. P. Godwin.

ladies who conducted the Coed Solito Summer' RCt rl-
gram. *
Left to right: Mrs, Mike Delgado, Mrs. A.-S(ntgo
Geo. LePert, Mrs. .Earl Hamilton, Mrs. Mary D. P 'er (Ca -
nator), Mrs. Virginia Faris (Chairman of Margarit* .JME .
dred Shoemake (Chairman of Coco SdWto), andj' Ms;', .
Shartz. Mrs. Geo. Cairlson (not in picture).

S : .: U- .'z
Prize winners -ages 9 to-15 year&s-Coo' 8ollto~8umlmer le-
creation Program.
Front Row, left to right Anne 'Marie.Oarcia,~NelbaGum-
ban. Imus Monzon, Judy Maxwell. Carmello Colon, Ariel Rldd-
guez. Noemei Scott and Lesley ElIzey. "
Center Row, left to right: Lionel Smith, Juan-Vega" Linda
Talbert. Maritza Hawkins, Julia Rape, Pedrd, Rodriguez, atd
Robert Smith.
Back Row, left to right: Cynthia Spencer, Patsy LePert, T*-
thy Hamilton. Judy Wilmoth and Wayne Hopkins. Bobby. .
moth (not in picture).





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Wedding Dresses, Veils half prices

Nylon or Silk
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Shorts BtI
Pedal Pusra -.

Blouses .. .. .' f r ". '
Beach Jackts .........fro 2.5
Bags ... .. .....from 2
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Opjiing lead-4 A

Have just been looking through
the latest, book of my old friend
Pierre-Albarran, the great French
ex pe l t. Albarran captained a
French team in an international
match hed against my team (the,
FourrAc Yift New York. 198M6
Alba book ohlbsthe
bidduftj a a 'nI ea0 ex.
trxoi~ ry i ainds, And A Was de-
lig t ind one of, my own
amtor amm Here; in my best
sch translation, is what Al-
barran to say:
"It followingig hand, Jacoby
was up against very strong compe-
titit. At his right was Howard
Schenkin and at his left was the
late'JiMimy Maier, two of the
wordd' gaa tst players
"in ordir 4 hoodwink such
champion something more th1an a
meie fbggline trick was reqauiMd.

ainm rs.B. .COy IDOULU) ia four
spades. Maier passed, and Jacoby
'bid-4ut we lave to the reader
the task of finding hts bid.
"Let.us ,say. only that it won the
admiration of many experts and
'hat, even to this day, it is still
regarded as one of the most aston.
thing bids ever made.
"Perhaps you have now guessed
it: Jacoby calmly bid seven spades
and his wife made this grand slam
without difficulty. As it happened,
Maier led the ace of clubs, which
was ruffed, and the diamonds sup-
pli&d the necessary tricks.
"Why take such a risk. you may
ask. Jacoby would answer that you
must bid four spades or seven
spades, but surely not six, since
a champion like Maier would lead
hearts against a small slam.
Against 'a grand smam, however,:
the temptation to lead the ace of
clubs would be too strong.
"We still don't know which to
admire most: Jacoby's audacity,
his brilliant pchology, or his
practical spirit "
My own feeling is that nobody
will. admire my modesty for pre-
senting so long a recital of my
own exploits. But even after 20
year, it's still not a bad hand.
Skmk Tangles With
Glass Jar And Loses
LEBANON, N.. H.-(UP)-More
and more motorists halted their
vehicles on Route 4 near the En-
field-Lebanon boundary to watch
a; a skutk, its head caught in a
glass. Jar, crossed and recrossed
the hglfway.
None of the audience got too
close. Three intrepid highway de-
partment workers failed in at-
tempts' to et close enough to
break the Jar.,
After almost an hour had passed
and tirffc was getting hopelessly
tied up, Police Chief Francis La
Bounty bfEftleld reluctantly shot
the skunk.
And did traffic at the spot .move
briskly for hours. afterward!

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A LACART SERVICE-Uncle Sam is trying out altiminum mall
carts like this one in the Chicago Loop area's post office. The
tarts are wad to enable mailmen to deliver 120 pounds of mail on
*- oi trip- instead of- the, 3 pounds usually carried in a mailbag.
Left to right are Clarence Frans, carrying the conventional mail-*
bag; Joseph P. Schutz; and Illinois Postmaster Carl Schroeder.i

SFaltering Philip!


a genuine calypso band. Get them your seismographs spining, noth- living, notably V ine, wo a
going on. a driving calypso tune ing will. song. Rossi d he'd ve
'like "Ten Penny Neil" or "Don't son o without. any problem
Touch My Tomato" and there's Charles Coburn told this story could otly-d s with oe
very little music anywhere that's to Arthur Murray, who passes it the other two.
Has aRhy, along. It concerns the Italian "Which one?" asked the' ,
Anyoe for beachcombing composer, Rossini, who was ad- "That," said Rossini, "
SJamaic for b combing nvised by his doctor to give up high entirely upon the vintage.;"'
n oJamaica?J
k O Norm Granz' 14th national "Jazz t -At_
It liat the Philharmoic" tour kicks off
in Hartford, -Conn., on Sept. 17.
From there it'll hit 60 cites be- .I1 T MMI TIMITITMITHM NIMIT ~
fore the last blast of Dizzy Gilles-
pie's tro'mp-*, fades away. Going*.-
Last year, .one of the biggest musical instruments made out of along with Dizzy will be vocalist
TV disappointments was Ray Mil- ...-.ng much. Ella Fitzgcr ld: Buddy De France
land's debut. His CBS show, "Meet At the beautiful Silver Seas, in clarinet; Bill Harris, trombone;
Mr. McNulty" was a highly pro Ocho Rios, manager-emcee StuariRay Brown. ba-q: Roy Eldridge,
fessional bore nas a fine native show. trumpet; Flip Phillips and Ben
ut we're delighted to report But the highlight fo me, was a eb-ber. sn: Oscar Peterson, o~ia-
that the network has apparently sax plaer named Jaser E no: Herb Ellis, guitar; and Buddy
made drastic changes. Guess wards. Jasper wanted to play the Ri'h ir Loic Bellor. drn'm. HUiKUAY CENtRAL TH I ki
aintp c change t he had. noGoaor And if that crowd doesn't set
whatrtheyre going to do' Are they m t he had nomoneyfor and
Oin n e L ormat instrument. So he made one. He *
no. Are they going to change the took three oints of bamboo a
plot of setting? Well, no, not ex- hunk of cottonwood and, for 'thea ; _
actly. mouthpiece, an old bicycle hand-
le-bar. Out of this junk he fash- IA
TVToppera ioned something that looks re-A M P h a.
ls. Heef 'motely like a saxophone, and! i O O S
DON McNEILL ('Breakfast sounds remarkably like one. i:
Club." ABC-TV): In Manila, a OFFERS YOU
Filipino teacher wrote this note Another of Sharpe's entertainers r f
to her American supervisorin isg Levi Burke. This -youngster
herbestEnglieh : "DearSirs: I wanted to tap dance, but he had FOAMRERU iB fro 1 "Doub 5" S es
wish to resignate.My works are no shoes. So he suck bottle caps The Famous FOAM UB rom l"to 5
too many and my salaries are between his toes and danced bare.-
too few." foot. And he tap dances with all S o *
the grace and caackety-clak sound Cut to any size you desire, for all upholstery
To add to your enjoyment, they'- of a vaudeville pro.
re changing the name of the char-
acter Milland plays. Henceforth, Th rhythm part of any Jamal- purposes.
the program will be called "Meet cn calypso band is furnished by
Mr. McNulty." a native Instru meenet called a
Tht' wh"at we" lit at rhumba box." This is a wooden
istic progress to ea box, about the size of a small
isc progressorange crate. It has a round hole
V'here there's a will, there's a and strips of metal. In Jamaica, MATTRESSES in % and Double Sizes.
you-know-what. And there seems the rhumba box player we saw had i
to be more will to make music sed old gramophone springs for
down in Jamaica than anyplace his metal strips. He sits on it and them
- else. Ispent a delightful vaatioplucks the strips with one hand, Se them yourself you'll be Satisfied!
in Jamaica, lolling on the Carib-producing deep rhythmic sounds
of admiration for the Jamaican the box itself. PANAMA COLO.N
e oe uiehana t t hxP.'With the rhumba box booming 0 PANAMA COLON I
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dodgers Shatter Braves 'Miracle Pennant' Dream

Bums Hammer 29 Hits Trinidad Champion Arrives;

To Serve Notice On NY To Finish Training n Colon

By FRED DOWN Coco Solo Army Atlantic_.. -n-L LPet LGUS
NEW YORK, Aug. 30 (UP) The Milwaukee ic ao, ea TroumenaNwYork 80 47 .630- Cleveland .,
Braves' dream of a "miracle pennant" was shattered l .. Ipo e t tm rnoon a Bnd l 7 _o4i 9 17 5l xw york 38 40 2
Today in the wake of a thunderous attack which r f M arg P l *ueat areaf=S orSun- i citi 03 6 .8 8 DetrA N I
served notice on the faltering New York Giants that das ued a nrounMer with St, S o g n s 73 so
t&e Brooklyn Dodgers' pennant express is in high *-roTest bkt1 Arena. hiad h 5 868 .40 21 8 P 2 *$ .
gear. The ylit Imuimdlateldy im- Pitt bursh 46 83 .357, 3MO 42 18 .325
gear. Clayton Gibraltar Tonight P@ 1 bo. "
S The end for the Braves came nin double provided Whitey b Plt o hsDA GAs TDN
i after seven nightmarish hours For with all the runs he need e- a be e o s ee toe& Troolyn at hltCincinnati'(N) ai
at 10:38 (EDT) last night when to best Virgil Trucks and win his aki Sandy Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N)Clevelad at Boston
dgers completed a 12-4 15th game for the Yankees. Ford The Coco Solo Navy all stars start studded roster of Gibraltar and is one eQt the ta 2 u- New York at St. LOUis (N) Only ga shedu
rout at turned Ml- limited the White Sox to six hits had little trouble nhanding the makes theni the favorite for vic- to these shores Only games scheduled.
C Battery 90351 d 70 to"47 defeat toy and the finals.
waukee's County Stadium into a.In beating them for the IltheFrid night in the first game he four semi finalist meeting Baby"Yace will work out &n (TERD B ULTS"
SThedouble defeat time in 12 tries during his career, of ay Baby Face will work out In
Ineeue B T esou 2ges Jt t oeCllins d nhimeree"ro the evening double header inIn to-nites should give th e Panama Thursday for the bene- (ST6-DAr' ReULT DlS
knocked the Braves 7'/2 game s oe Cfta homered for the r the Isthmian Invitational at spectator plenty of thrills infit of Pacific side boin fans. (First Game) P m elph 00 010 d00-114
n a position where either them Ne~ Margarita. George Skaggs, Navy what should be the night for The Tritldadlan will gve the Philadelphia 000 f01 000-2 1 Oromek (15-14) Marlowe and,
o es York Giants can Ted Kluszewskhomered(NEATelphoto coach player his second team gso apenyoco cat-s
t eork ly .bo each me to raises hioerson CHIPS OUT Edward Mester most of the game and never pethition.G wape oBs yo0 0, B o ,
i the y. t e. .. .. ..... te b "epertoire
bll for the remainder thetotal to 39 and tie hm with Mays Jr., chips out of the rough on oefound club py danger Roberts (18-13) and Burgess.
ball for the n he o the major league lead asthe the 18th hole of thefirst round In the ntecap ArmyAtlantic The box scores: Tes, meanwhile, continues to F ler (11-8) and Baley. e Ga
e Dodgers...who clinched Cincinnati Redlegs beat the Phil- of the National Amateur Golf stayed in the win column by NAVAL STATION whip himself Into A-I condition Dtot1010-21
the pennant in Milwaukee on adelphia Phillies, 3-2 and 8-4. Championship at Grosse Point, dropping th 26th Air Rescue
yeoad r .Mlsquint foTart Fwlerbeteebevtsi Albrook by a 63 to 52 FG F8 PF TP ack e y ra itor. Phladelphia 100 030 000-4 5 0 ephia 00 01 000
t1 1 yea d mme rt Feower eted Rodbi o ms Mi count. The Army had an 11 point Hall 3 1 1 7lPedro Is hl harder thanin Cinc-n ati 012 131 0x-8 '3 0 Por) 1ad a
ut 29 hits in the doubleheader, Inthe first game and Fred Bac- advantage at the start heAndroulo' 1 2 0 4his trm laln Mllne sos and seems D? d
including four boomers to tncreasel zRedlegs. won n hcap or e fourth riod and were able to Lott 1 3' 1 5 to be fast developing into a 'MrOsinkl, Miller (8-9), Dick- Robertson
nd treak to six downed the Pittsburgh Pirtes, hold it the final buzzer. Duval 3 5 1 1 knockout artist. son dk and Burg. Bac- (Fi Gme)
odges. were thDuke chief Brooklyn games.and 4-1, in the other N.L. went to Del Ookey of the 903r Karklin 1 0 2 2 Daniels will be no pushover nicnk. altimore 010 01 01 1-8 14 0
executioners, Snider hitting his St -d when he hit on six field goals Stelzer 5 3 2 13 however, because his record Kava (2-6),h 00 0nd
2nd and 33rd homers to drive Bob Wilson drove i Tsix rul O 0 0L p an ingsand eight foul shots for a total Edge 20 2 ... that hes accustomed to (Fit Game) ur
insioxrunsraned Hrodges blastio wilth ti l m anda t double of 20 points, in the ope ner. Jerry Lo an3 0 si hw lsn hte d r Jf010 ea he
ny sfHodgersg g 10t00 re8 0 loks rik e l Tex ar 3 2 1 8 heavier8opponents) and P ittsburgh 012 001 000-4 10 3 twre 0 G ral-
homer No. 35 and driving in fourand Ned arver itched a s-ix- eer teltzer lead the Nvymen with c roeder 3 0 3 6 in this instance e will not t Ga me)o100001 05-7 8 2
A horrified crowd of 15,922 to 14-3 agld 2-1 wins over the Ldtt La()einly 0-m8 Law a nd-ght-lmit of
wrunl hittertole d th Detr.4.oi t T(9)r an L Pet. Lauchli t his temdat ei Jeff ca the M A ATmeman 000 00nd0 1300 Co S the Dodgers tie a record Philadelphia A's and the Balti- Toronto ......... 88 53 .624 hit double figures with It49 and 10 : 2p Ken .Cn p-
b scoring eight ruha In the more Orioles defeated the Wash- Montreal.........79 58 .577 points respectively. Tex Yar- v s. T. C 913 AAA WI t 00
11th inning to turn the open- ington Senators, 8-4 and 5-0, in Rochester........80 60 .571 orough clicked for 19 to lead The smiinalis attract- (Second Game) la W a
r Innntoa endtheno other gnamesSyracuse.........69 69 .500 Army Atlantic to v victory over Trammel 4 0 5 8 Ing a reat deal of lterest. Pittsburgh 00000000-1 4 0 flma (-) and TO I
er into a deble and then club games Havana...........67 72 .42 the Abrook club. Sam Scott was Rivers 3 6 5 12 Centra erian and Carib- Chicago0 002 00x-4 9 1 -
hit Mint kenghtch eiel YESTERDAY'S STAR -Dus- Buffalo ........... 62 75 .453 the only airman to hit double Beisch 1 1 2 3 bean welterweight champion Hetki (3-3) and Shepard. Davis
hitsher Labn e gained Rd of theh hmond........55 84 .396 numbers as he gardened 13Gok6 2 20 Joselw makes pro d 9-5) and Garagiola. ha
pit chere n gained tes the Git zo Otawah..........d55 84 396 points in a losing fight. Martin 2 0 2 4 but &#*WA battle tested F ro-
in the first game while Billy game and two homers in the STERAY'S RESULTS n tonight's semifinals the awi b Travis. 0 1 n i lea th i n k 0 0 1 0 Trucks (18-7) and Lollar. Ford
Loes pitched a nine-hitter for nightcap of a doubleheader YESTERDAY'S RESULTS strong Ft. Clayton five will bo
I. ight stightw1an w wththe (6)s a H d back in an attempt to down the Totals 16 15 17 4 "trial h in local boxing. St. L 100 0 000 11-5 II 0
t reigph sotrai het c paid hn wit the Cards. taa Louis ( 110) (irst Gae) 1 u
ht straight win and s the Montreal 100 010 410-7 11 3 Coco Solo quint. The "Tars" will These boys will battle six
w s o r ga met Ramg Richmond 012000u302-3 12 2try to hold off the army attack rounds or less. 4 ddle, McCall, Wilhe rm, Gi stn 0m
-" ntsie owgae. w th Lott, Rupert. McLauchlin, 2A A. R. R Sam (9-7), Gome and Westrum. o n 000 001 000-2
Giantsmeanwhile, saw Mickens, Cox (7) and H owell;Stelzer and Hall.H The Claytonites Two four round preliminaries Haddix Lawrence, Lint, Staley LB mon (20-5)0 1 00n0 n
e first-place lead a cut to a Thompson, Medlnger (8), e serwill counter this starting line Scott 4 5 13 will complete this excellent pro Brazle (5-3) and Saril Brewer (-8, Hurd, K I a
ire gam e and a half when 9) Johnson. WP-Zelser. up with oneloaded with. scoring Pizzara 23 hram. Marcial Molinar, unbeaten Game ow d
| t L oui arleiales ith C uropean ed Copower. Scully will lead the team Helmuth t 4 1 4 9 th fa f tackle
a St. Louis Cardinals. Tthe Caopene r on a po-- with Wilens Simons, Chatwin Herbat 1 3 2 5 kin Barrows I, winner of his New York 010 003 300-7 13 1
gals byAlex an mi 5-4 ventnd Devlin rounding out the o tes 0 3 last three fights. Juan B. Sala St. Louis 002 010 001-4 11 ( ond Game)
innings but the Ga. ts sal- L nt (First Game) Army starters. The loss of big Abeyta 1 0 2 2 ar meets Manuel Prescott "-a
e4t4nnengs but the h 7ants sal- Joe Oliver may hart the sailors Rhal 1 0 0. 2 the other prelim. Worthington, Corwin (1-3),C
e4 the nightcap, 7-4, thanks AMSTERDAM, Aug. 30 (UP) Toronto 000 001 221-6 12 0 Intheir attempt for victory so it Carter 0 Wilhelm and Westr. Pres o 000 100-1
o homers by Dusty Rhodes Russia today won the European Buffalo 100 010 010-3 8 0 looks like a high scoring contest Flaherty 2 1 8(4-8), Lint, De, Wde and Rice.
100 n eOther bY Hank Thoirn- i throwingg chamulonshipsX coxed
San other by Hank Thomp- rowing chamlonships coxed with Ft. Clayton the pro game (48), Lint, Deal, Wade and Rice. e ,
6-frt gm tour event, clocking the 2,000 Weisler, Hahn (2), Crimian choice to win. Totals 19 14 20 52 (First Game) d and White.
he first game was a brilliant meters track at the "Bosbaan" (7) and Griffin; Froats, Lar (8), Two time winner Army Atlan- Brooklyn 000 101 200 08-12 13
on in which Stan Muslal here in 6.25.4 Harrist (9) and Lakeman. WP- tic meets Gibraltar Life in the vs. AMY ATLANTIC Miw.r.l 000 000 00- 4 0
S egrs, Willie Mays ex- Second was Denmark in 0.34.2 Hahn. LP-Proats. HR--Gernert, second game Of the evening with ,
S9thi mer and threw third was Czechoslovakia in 6.- Jethroe, Griffin, Lakm3an, How- hopes of going en to the finals S 2ion ,o 1 3
fentt"i-nning run at 38.3 and fourth was Sweden in ard. which come off Wednesda' Koherr 42 1
in ninth 639.7. night at 8 o'clock. Coach Char- Ykrborough 4 11 3 19 d o So. Jolly
Odes hit two triples after In dry weather with a fairly lie wim will start 8winson, Chalecki 3 4 1 10 5, Nchols, Jay and Crandall
the game as a pinch- strong wind behind the teams, (Second Game, 7 Innings) Koherrer, Yarborough, Chalec l Dlnoflo 2 8 2 12 White.
h. he second game was a a crowd of 60,000 watched the Toronto 110 000 0-2 11 1 ande Dinolfo without a doubt Seymors 1 0 1 2p r
n which the Giants final o thehe coxed fours Buffalo 010 017 x-9 8 1 but Noel Gibson may find it McNulty 0 0 1 0 (Second Game)
eloe d Buffalo 00 01.. 1 014 8 0 but Ne 1 h
three pitchers an the Cart- Czehoslovakia had the best hard to get a starting combina- Morey o 1 4 5 6 BrooG eon 012 014 030-11 16 0
h emp Clyevad I nfour s start, with 48 l2trokes per min- Landeck, Lombardi (6), Shore tion for the gibraltaCr club. De- .Mr 020 101 000t 9 ate
SCleveland Indians swet(6) and Howard; Swartz and spite the Amy's two wins the Totals 18 183 taan t am ige t
theIr 11th doubleheader in 14 At the 500 meters mark Russia Ryan. LP Landeck.aMe N or Loes (11-3) and Walker. uh, the services oi one Its outstand
Sries with 6-2 and 8-1 triumphs attacked the Czechs and drove 4 0 Nichols (9-10), Joh n, Koslong players next year because of
ever the Boston Red Sox micreas- to the lead with 34 and 35 0lea r lse ps h eJay and Crandal, White. the' coming departure ofthei
iU theirAmerican League lead strokes. At the half way markJW (First Game)a t t t E J ACE keA, deitn seminar 'h
%ver or g *sth oughterseea ro e shh falt(First Game) D ark M ill ionaire (Co ps Jay and Crndllo ,B olo l gBB ---uee
r games although the see- ussia was. still leading and Rochester 000 010 000 -1 4 1 fese man, Wally 'Wahoo
O Od-place New York Yankees clocked 3.09.5. About half way Syracuse 01000802x-11 14 3red
aeored a 4-1 win over the Chica- of the race Denmark pushed Picone, Markell (6), Ludwig R M nth Wahoo also played for a
go White Box. 'Czechoslpvakia out of second (6) and Riggan; Owens and Lon- eawo eusy M n eage q u nte
Sob Lemon scored his 11th position. nett. LP-Plcone. HR-Blatnik, Albrook Field cage q ui te t,
straight victory and became The Danes tried several sprints Lonnett. -f where he is known as '"the
the major leagues, first 20- to grb Russia, but failed to ief, will leave soon for the
the m o e eto grab Russia, but failed to AU.S. where he will be released
S winner of the se. on pass the steady Soviet team (Second Game, 7 Innings) Mrs. Carmen Navarro de Aro- queta) $9.20. een fm Air read t
t an eight-hitter in the The hard fighting Czechs Rochester 010 120 1-5 8 1 semena's good black horse Dark FIFT H RACE il ufn rsitycedenh
u em r while Art Houtteman managed to finish half a boat.Syracuse 100 000 0-- 5 0 Millionaire returned from a lay-1 -Ocean B1Star $3.40, 3.20 0tEW Aug RA urTe ts ky tacun th
MiotoR7d a six-hitter for his length in front of the Swedes. 'off in excellent s ape yesterday 2--La Enea $2.20. T thee
n in the ghtcap. Lar- Denmark won the second final, Stathos and Burbink; i afternoon and took advantage o f SIXTH RACE The International Boxing Club Ai
e yhit his 28th homer, Al taking the European title in the liams, Loven.uth (3)- and Lon- the "breaks to score a half- 1-Another Fulmar $6.40, 3, 3 r carded three fine title bouts for two inches and 215 lbs.- will be
nd and Vie Wet uncoxed irs event. The vi- nett. LP-Willlams. length victory in the featured 2-Black Sambo $5,.20, 4 so o r September. best remembered for the spee-
L th and klth rund-tr- torious Danes clocked 6.59.2.' $750 Class "B" six-an-one-half 3-Stone of cone $4. tacular manner in which he
S a two-runfirst-in-thir ws England in 7.04.8 and Havana 000030000-3 7 4 co race track. 1-Regal Bliss $.40, 3.20, 3.80 the lightweight crown against su
yl fR KI $0 eemmy Carter, from whom he piy-off mes against thee
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i iDark Mpllonaire hen fulongs rolm RAC8 non is rewrng the Southern JO.ny S axton at Philadelphia basketball for an all-star team
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Heae_,_sddnryvricuar__-Heaven;. Fan $420. homef runs. The Nashie out- Rocky Marciano, of course, White was 24 years old yester-
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and stlhe somestretch bu the b1In lnTHh RAE ,Mt
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Sugarpium was painfully homers by Sam Jethroe, Don T ATERS TONI
cut on the, right foreleg in the Griffin, and Elston Howard ,EAT EIR
SBravo maneuver and wjI be paced a 12-hit attack. But Buf-
sidelined for at least 15 days, f alo rose up with seven runs in BALBOA 6:15 8:10 IALo s. 6: 7:
while Bravo received an eigrht- i"the sixth inning to win the AIm-CONDMTONMD Ida LUPIO
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Vs. C"wi Ottf Of Woodwork Tp gnite r

Pennant Races At
Andy Creolin's Inadvertent lapse into frankness regardi Teams L Pet. GB GR 1' (2) 13a r ha
a e can of around here. -leve New York .630 15 l l N
(A),ltch t do not exat. (B) Crevolin I Brooklyn .617 1% I 17 t Lt
too ial to be taken aeriously. Milwaukee 72 44 .571 7V 28 20, 21, 22. Cincinnati
CrwoUn, a California businessman. is currently the leading 34 25. t. Lo is (
S1oney-wnln owner in the country and, by that standard, the rained out macnas
l. I laof Ameia turf. The remaining schedule: not yet r d*)
Srded Interview hea dmi t t ed, amog oter N r
t hi ,he doesn't try to win with joulig horaei the frlnt. GIANTS. -
e or tird time, and Implied he p following a Ipra
tie santmoed generations of turfmen. Aug. 30, 31 at Milwaukee AMERICAN L3A 5i
aing poe have a term for the practice. It is. ,Ud. Sept. 1, at Cntinnati
u l th the owner agreeing, the trainer starts a 3. 4. 5, Brooklyn Teams W L MP .
ear th no intention of winning; e wants to get him uaed 6, (2) 7, at Philadelphia Cleveland 9,
tning I actual competition, but does mot wan o t to ut too 8, 9, Chicago New York 8
much pressure on him or get him banged up in an all-out effort 10, 11, Cincinnal Chicago 8 4
to wR.lyN7 t 12, 13, St. Louis
Not every stable uses the qualification gimick me 14, 15, 18, Milwaukee,
teach bb rasers the fundaspantal facts of competitive life..The 17,18, 19, Philadelphia
to create a ftlse Impression of a 2-year-old's real 20, 21, 22 at Brooklyn INDIAN
41W Ismanner and thus set. up a fat price for the day the RU e 24, 25, 26 at Philadelphia
le trying, is too obvious to need mplificaton r to 4, 25, 26 at Philadelphia Aug. 30 at Boton
T either ca. the and res ar as Two Buck B Au.31, Iso t. 1,2 at
ned.s the same. He is on a horse that has no an- L DODERS3, at cago

going to do anything about it. They knw it's happening but it -- 3, 4, 5 at New York 12, (2) NewY ork
Ste some ways actually Improved the 8. 9, St Los Detroit
S- NEW YORK, Aug. 30 (NBA) Tribe, batting around .270. 12, (2), ChEao 2t 2
w t and Liht After what'sappned to the In- "strlekland was not making 10, 1, Milwaukeen dero
Sw n an it we unbe too su rpri- plays at shortstop as well as he 1, 1,9at i cinnag TANKEtRS
S The Crevoln in terview an. In a Q. and A. form In the Ing to see a total stranger walk did last season," says one of the 2, 21, New York1 N
Blood H oe magae It Isal of rac- In off the street, pick up a bat older members of the prty 26, Pittsburgh
togs attdetoanypblcty which does not Italicie the more and drive In the winning run In 'tente makes some p lays bet- 24 3, 4, 5 a Washg"'"
n aspects e port, that Editor Etes now be an extra nnin ter. Sam doesn't move too tar to BRAV (2), oton .
la or ri the Inerview Players have crawled out of his lett, but oes into the hole AV8, 9 at 2 Baltimore
Th; e morning Telph quotes "one of America's most the woodwork to help the Cleve- about as we as anybody has Aug. 0, 31, Brooklyn 0, at Ch o
prominent tur person es" as follows land ub. fine ands and a stron an ac- t. 1, Pittburgh 12 () t Cleve d
"I could understand a commercial journal dealing In sensa curate arpr He has shown him- 14, 15 at Detroit r
tnalm ubhing the interview. But after all, the Blood ore Win or lose, the Injuns ot self to be one of the great relay 17, 18. 19 at Philadelphia
is es t Amerian Theroughired Breeders Assn with where they are in a remarkable men, helped win three games re- 20, 21, 22 at Wahlng ':
such men as Joc Whitney.'ul Hancock and Alred Vander- demonstration of team play. Of laying the ball, twice to the plate w IS r 24 25, 26, Philadelphia.
is o c. Wha t u oe could there possibc be th e 25 menon the roster, 2 and to third base on another oc- -
gigprominene to such Irresponsible utterances hhwi a r It' caon." Good Of GiantS WHTE
Tnlhbe used by enemies of racing to und*.rmlne the sport"' strokese3toBr
Anyone ns d ventures to suggest in spite of the tntermn- euse. Only the relief pitch- THE WIsE WILL not be re- dc Aug. 31, Sept. 1. at Bost
able n that racing the best supervised and, therefore er, Dave Hoakins and Bob moved from Strickland's jaw un- W TRUM IS sports must 3, 4. Cleveland a
the ioslt atly of all ,ot that there are still areas where ooper, have not been In on the til the Indians return home from WAUKE,'Au 30 (NEA) 6, (2). Detroit i1
dwes udstur written off as an "enemy of ra act. the road trip, Sept. 7. Mean-- This was tight water Leo Du- 8.9, Washlnirton oi r
y dwe lsture, i witen oi er nOf the newer stars, Alphonse while, the Dutch Irishman out rocker had benched Wes Wes- 10, 11, NeI York a n
he bankrolled nsuch trf notables as Whitney, Hancock and played the more vital roles, the pounds and the mishap and lay- Westrum went .p to. Tom 14, Philadelphia ,
biltt o tenta to the port h ould ever ormer all the way alon the off has affected his ans s heehan, the eout, and nur- 17, 18, 19, Baltimore
apperb ilstoludns.h n uer wor s, the editor should always route, the latter since OeQrge the nonce, Al Lopes intends to ed about Gene Baker, the Cubs' 20, 21, 22 at Cleveland
sweep the dirt unerte rug and make as It never existed. hi, Strickland suffered the broken go all the way with Dente, who, second scker. 24, 25, at Baltimore.
keima iend inw uly 23. among other things, has indoctt- "How is he hitting?" Westrum O Gt-
m red" of T re as real cause for a- eda th an fl the bill over asked. "Can he still et up there
u prehension when Strickland, who a stretch of ground. when he' I Atd where's eNCAM r
had straightened out the infield, Manager Lope did not treat he -
Wh Hide The Factswent out on the end of a totally the home run hitting lead-off somebody wanted to know f .3 and .
y unnecessary throw by Marlin man, Al Smith, as an outfielder Westrum was going to catch that William Holden, In
There seems no doubt that this Crevolln is a lippy character Stuart of the Yankees. in the spring. Smith was on the night. "seape from Fort B3ru 2
an i esbve information ha come to me that he told a distorted market as a third baseman, No, but Just wanted to Robert Hton. ln'
stoy t the Chicago race In which he claimed he instructed SAM DENT, REGARDED as would have been returned to In- check up on th y for Ray *B T BOAD
the ockeyto flash last with hib horse Imbros. nothing more than infield insur- dianapolls had not recruit Rudy "he catch to-
Normally, this would be more than sufficient to discredit ance, was shipped to Indanapo- Regalado bobbed up with a log n s but ths nBaker has been
everything else he said, except for the fact that every knowing Us ontl last year. He was con- Injury. h tg ltly and I wanted DEAL Today -
septo dirtu ndeia lr with the device by which 2-year-ois sidered capable of turning in a Vic Werts had never nlav-d to see h 'sl do5g an lth ing.-
af e n of winning. In fact, this was stand- hot series, or perhaps being a first base when traded by the new. It might help Katt. Cole Wallace,
a. 1 g wt before any one ever heard of Crevo- little more than adequate for Orioles for Bob Chakales, yet the l "JOE LOUIS STOUW+ k
two weeks or so at a erick. bald bloke out of York, Pa.. has winning and the Indians haven't teve Chocran
Sour sport department went Into But in line with the series of been highly satisfactory there had a serious slump all season.
sted. Pounditout, we were not only peasant happenings on the lake while hittin opportunely. By now there are unmistakable W :
Swere going t the s the 82-yearlold verymthtag works when you're signs that this l -theIr year. il.
Vy chrctrS to run a atgry on thei on the _______ fto"A
te on our hoie because we ween't
win. JustIfIcation was that it Jock Club
were toget away with this sort of t g e
were entitled a imllar cocesulon. -
John Campbell, the late handicapper, talked us out of it. e, S R'
"If you happened to win with him, every reader of your gpaperu R A
would feolhe hid been deliberately tout of a good th ." L
I n farnes to the memory of d. v Campbelwi t hould beI C ht t o Wac i'
noted that he had not Jeen Pounditout at the time he eounaeled a, =
rr"" S idea was dto *ln the qualfflation trick out in He open hree mou chor repr nt
eal aet under certain circumstances racing f.ofcate actu ly y LUCKY STRIKES' tobaccos S the Vir., .4
loct other way when hoses are pulled. Creolln may be a loud oeth e ,, o g rowr Tr "
"mouth but he said a mouthful Just the same, and te raolng fa- glee r i tobacco ygrwe v
then would make more of a hit, with the puble by listening in- Sut n and the Kentudcky .olonea' ov I
stead of hissing. siia ai s
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S TESTIFIES-Masked to prevent
Communist reprisals against his
'wife, daughter and grandchll-
dren sLill in Hungry. "Mister Z,.
& a.Cleveland professor. testifies
before a House Subcommittee on
Communist agresslon. He was
I *onoe- of 15 Hungarian refugees
Swho will testify during the two-
K day hearings In Cleveland.

I W. Germany Works

n rHopeful Plans
I for ReUfni atilon

BONN, Germany, Aug. 30 -
S(UP) West Germany Is hope-
Sully pushing ahead detailed
technical studies on how to re-
.hunify peacefully with East Oer-
ma~ny when and if the Commu-
nfsta loosen their iron grip on
L hat sector.
SWith W e s t Germany sover-
Se'gnty in the near future as-
surcd even by France, the Bonn
government yesterday issued a
.progress report on its unifica-
i. on blueprint.
East Germany's economy will
have to be decontrolled imme-
diately. the government's press
it a Information "Bulletin" said,
'and West Germany will have to
feed East Germany, hard-hit by
floods and crop failures.
Many of the huge Prussian
l. ites broken up by the Com-
lts and parcelled out to the
ts will remain broken up,
i lletin said l 4 report on
es of t e'"eclal com-
a ton reunification appoint-
1[4 e Federal Ministry for
will have to be ap-
ed to run East Germany
es, but the problem of
picobine East Germany's
l + ~mark with West Ger-
^ p.+ ~rock-hard deutschmark
-'tbo e solved-


In Europe
YORK, Aug. 30 (UP) -
teiMce of America broaacast-
waefganizatlon is planning to
Zic public opinion polls in
an official said today.
ard F. Lethen, Jr., deputy
of VOA, returning irom
month in Europe, told news-
-|g "the first 'such poll will be
dted in England. If suc-
another will be conduct-
jl-rance on the controver-
j estion of the European
said VOA employs about
person in Europe compared
i ut 600 when the or-
Sn was at Its peak. The
Ni- t N'OA installation is at
where a 1,000.000-watt
ter is in operation.'

s Robber

Suchtf Foot
SAug. 30 (UP)- A 40-
S "veteran" woman rob-
-mnuefully admitted "I must
1y dotage" after being
the home of a blind
Stmasseuse. Tamako Kawa-
:34," returned home late
ht after a round of her
s. On entering her
--felt "something in the
V went down on her
felt her way across
-and suddenly touched
l he robber's foot.
g on It for dear life
ming for help. Her
i- eame ad the robber
hvto tbe't; e.
I dM a | have tighteped
t bet blind," the
It po estly.

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World Council Of Churches

Denounces Racial Segregation

EVANSTON. Illinois. Aug. 30 military force as a policy instru- face of all atheistic and self-
(UPi Racial segregation and ment. righteous ideologies," it said.
prejudices were denounced over The report credited the United The reference to "self-right-
the weekend at the World Coun- Nations with making "significant eous ideooloes" was considered
cl1 of Churches as -sins against contributions to orper and jus- a rebuke orabid anti-Co.r-
God" and a "challenge to the twice anism.
conscience of society." The report approved of such But the report also peaffirm-
The anti-racial stand came in regional alliances as t~he North ed the 'basic conflict" between
a report of Intergroup relations Atlantic Treaty Organization the churches and Marxism, and
at a plenary session of the Sec- provided that they are "clearly said that:
ond Assembly The report will be defensive in character" and are "The growth of Communism is
commended to the Council's 163 'subordinate to and reinforce a judgment upon our modem so-
churches in 48 countries for the alms" of the United Nations. c letes generally for past or
study and guidance. Such alliances must genuinely present indifference to social in-
Final acceptance of the report serve "the mutual interests and justice, In which the church is
by the council will not be given, needs of the peoples involved," also involved."
however, until minor revisions the report said. It said Communist has a
are made n some section but The two reports were approved powerful attraction for down-
the substance of the report was section-by-section after debate trodden peoples, and warned
approved by the delegates, which produced several amend- that "there are Christians who
in Its racial report, presented ments. Both reports will be think that they see it as the
in a report on intergroup rela- brought back this week for final way to a new order of material
tons, the churchmen said that approval. abundance and greater jus-
the "hatreds, jealousies and Bus- The report on the ",responsible tic."
"deepened bp racial prejudices tians must work for conditions said, "'Can Communism be an
The report conceded that "in cal ideologies to live side by side. limited purposes or must we give
some situations men come to "This concern of Christias warning that, where such social
accept racial conflict as inevita- does not alter the mission of the and economic methods are intro-
ble and lose hope of peaceful so- churches to bear witness in the duced, the total Communist
But it ad4ed, "All churches u
and Ch s are involved,
not, in the racial and ethnic u K
tensions Of the world. .

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"It Is In the communities IN u e rosTCar
where segregation prevails "
that Christians face the most -_
challenging opportuntlies, for
such segregation denies to SYLT ISLAND, Germany, Aug.
those who are segregated heir 30 (UP) You can sun bathe
equal rights and results in deep in the nude on Abbessinia Beach,
injuries to the human spirit but you can't sell nude post-
. suffered by offender and vie- cards.
tim alike," the report said Police today marched solemnly
The report called attention to past a group of girls lying nude
the fact that racial separation in the sunshine and stopped in
perishes w within "the very front of a newspaper stand &
churches whose leaders adnut few hundred years away.
that such segregation Is a denial "We have ordersto confiscate
of spiritual unity. these postcards," they said and
"We seek to justify such et- pointed to stack of postcards
elusion on grounds of difference which showed nude girls posed
of culture or on the grounds that exactly as those they had just
a residential pattern of segrega- passed.
tion necessitates it, or on the .... i- a two mile
grounds that the time is not yet Abessinla eah i a twoI
ripe" the report said stretch of North Sea coast on
Butthereortsaid "the this swanky German resort
church is called upon to set a- land. The beach is surrounded
side such excuse andto de- by barbed wire enes an s re-
are 's il both n words served for those wo prefer
.lar God's ...ll..othrnwordsh.without
and deeds." nswim and sunbathe w
The report',continued: benefit of clothes. b i
"The problems of race difficult The courtorder banng the
as they are.... provide for Chris- le of nudistpostcards wass-
tlans an opportunity for obedi- sued here yesterday when a
ene, and for a deeer ndergroup ofsw mers who prefer
standing that bond and free othes mplaine e car
Jew and Gentile.. .men of every were In bad tast e..
land are all one In Christ. Normal life on AbesSina beach
"Racial and ethnic. fe was not ffeeted, and any visit-
hates and prejudice are moea or with 25 cents may walk Into
smt L nurj emore, h.thav'his
then social problems with the restrictedareif e pay his
whose existence we must reC- ifee, promises to tak e off his
kon. They are sins against God
and His commandments that u s I ,
theo f gospel alone can cure." Soviets Lootedr
es has also urged that Commu- -ro,.cJ tol iM e
nist and capitalist countries; PlunderledUin g
learn to "lve together" and that dernd __ -t w
they cut armaments and ban these D vinu n L n
hydrogen bomb. e Da iu Floods
The Second Assembly a proved eher trw ,
provisionally two committee re-
ports one dealing with interna- ,MUNICH, GermanyAug. 30.-e
ional affairs and the other with (UP).-LootLng and theft in the
"the responsible society n large Hungarian cities by Soviet
world perspective." occupation forces during the.re-
The International affairs re- cent Danube floods wa "wide-
port urged that nations learn to spread and thorough," Radio
live together" as the only alter-ree Europe reported today. -
native t o war. "In fact," the anti-Commun-
It said that Christians "can ist organizations said, "Every-
never accept, as the only kind body looted. Including raids on
of existence on to nations, a stateowned stores and factories.
state of perAeMl tension lead- RFE based its information on
ing to inevitable war." 'refugee reports.
"On the contrary," it said. "it "In the village of TacS, In Ko-
Is the Christiean cnvictron th-t maron ovince. Soviet author-
war is not Inevitable because ties systematically arrivedd away
God wills peace." everything moveable," It said..
The report said that the "Cattle; furniture and person-
phrase "living together" was al property were all bundled
substituted for the term -peace- o'f in freight car*. One entire
ful co-existenice' because Chris- freight train -bulging with Sov-
tians feel that the, latter term tet plunder- WU ordered to
has "unhappy historical signlfi- proceed to a "safe destination
canee.0 and was later declared Soviet
American delegates to the property and shipped eastward
council had raised objections to to the Soviet Union.
the co-existence phrase because Collective farm members also
it first was used by the late Jo- stole from each other... Author-
sef Stalin and was widely adont- Itles either turned their eyes
ed in.ommunist propaganda. away from the lootW*ng, or be-
In the report on "the espon- zation found tileMONBMpower-
sible society," the Assembly aid less to halt the practice Radio
Christiansm_ st for eon- m ue of the Ka" isorganl-
dtl ons und whic rms of re Esuroe sW.
various **8r a live to- .--
_h er 1ft .m h.. t French Hit Snag
ch-ehes' t mU aghast Com- |-T--| r T
bbtt afar voced n I nToIKs To1 Free
Srtla tof "selfu1telu 1 I
SMen"in whksma11 o eGesn. Do Castries
IT eItersatlom affairs re- SAIM ar ocklna. Aug. 30
Lsaidnuclear weapons must (Vp) n aarl to-
S "Itt vain to think that the to re e1seIr149t00n.
mentbjuarantee peace," hie ngh SrIe1
iaman. nd o8:2lure t piuclt3

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ds-Oh, No!

clothes and leaves his camera at
home. ,
The thousands of free body
culture followers, as they call
themselves weo much better off
than the group of nudists holding
a convention o anm Island hide-
away in the Danube River near
The Vienna nudists weren't
bothered by the stares of Russian
soldiers who watched them with I
binoculars and telescopes from
trees and rooftops when their
convention began benyesterday, i
But during the night millions
of mosquitoes descended on the
camp and all but the most hard-
ened nudists put their clothes
back on and swabbed themselves
with mosquito oil.

Teheran Gvernment

Denies Reported

Overthrow Attempt
TEHERAN, Iran, Aug. 30 (UP)
- The military government to-
day denied reports of an at-
tempt to overthrow Premier Faz-
lollah Zahedi's pro-Western gov-
ernment and suspended the
Teheran newspapers that pub-
lished these reports.
But an official communique
admitted several army and .po-
lice officers had been arrested
"tor investigation."
(Radio reports monitored in
London claimed some 250 per-
sons including officers of the
army, police and gendarmerie
were seized last week in the
government's crackdown on an
"anti-Zahedl movement.")
(These broadcasts said the
roundup followed discovery of a
document naming the officers
at the "Communist Center" in

Jans Make Arrest

Of Another Susect

'n Soviet SQny Ring
ITOKYO Aug. 30 (UP) Po-
lice agreed a Japanese busi-
nessman on suspicion of selling
information to the Soviet spy
ring eo by Tod Rastvorov.,
lforkm tusln secret police a-
gent, apan s e newspapers re-

The peper Mainich said
JoJ WTa.a, director of a trad-
ltng copywas arrested at his
hoixbf j dwypt shorning.
Yual arrested. cuning after
the apprehension of three oy-
er-menmt officials and the sami
fAds ofowe of them last Satur-
da' 8"Ma a "~A .,aimp tft h&

scheme will come to dominate
the minds of men asiwell as their
institutions?'" .
Some observers had expected
churchmen from Iron Curtain
countries to raise objections at
this point, but none did.
Another section of the report
said that:
"Preoccupation with the real
dangers of subversion in many
situations has led to a less wide-
ly recognized and more subtle
danger to society from those who
Identify as subversive any un-
popular opinions or associations.
"Enemies Of essential human
freedom appear on both the po-
litical right and the political le ft
and Christians have a duty to
strengthen the forces of freedom
which fight on both fronts."

New Atomic Energy

Law Clears Way

For Private Usage
-President Elsenhower todayI
signed a new' atomic energy' law
which he said will strengthen the
free world's security and speedI
the day when nuclear force "will
be wholly devoted to the con-
4tructive purposes of man." 1
The new law, enacted after a
bitter congressional battle which
included a 13-day Senate fill-
buster, is the first major over-
haul of the basic Atomic Energy
Act of 1946.
It lifts the government's mon-
opoly on atomic development,
clearing the way for private In-
dustry to own and operate atom-
ic power reactors. It also author.
laes U. 8. sharing of Informa-
tion on the uses of atomic we-
apons and We know-how of
building atomic power reactors.
Mr. Eisenhower said in sign-
ing the bill that he will use the
latter authority to press ahead,
with or without Russia, on his
plan for 'a world atomic pool toI
exploit peacetime uses of nu-
clear energy.I
The President, who flew here
from Denver early today to ad-
dress the American Legion con-
vention, signed the new law at
a White House ceremony attend-
ed My members of the Atomic
Energy Commission and of the
House-Senate atomic energy
committee which datted the

In a statement, the President
"As I sign this bill, I am con-
fident that it will advance both
public and private development
of atomic energy -that It will
thus lead to create Internatio-
nal strength- and that pro-
grams undertaken as a result
of this new law will help us prog-
rems more rapidly to the time
when this new source of energy
will be wholly devoted to the
constructive purposes of man."

Aimen To Wear

Shorts, Sun Helmet
FRANKFURT, Aug. 30 (UP) -
American women who have been
prohibited from wearing shorts
in public chuckled today over a
report' that the Air Force may
adopt them as part of the stand-
ard Summer uniform.
Wives of American, servicemen
still fuming at the directive
against shirts issued earlier this
tponth by Col. John Dilley, Comrn
wander of the Frankfurt Mill-
tary Detachment, wondered what
he would do if the Air Force
adopted shorts
An Army publiaton reported
"Chief feature of the propcied
Air Force uniform is te Ber-
mudo-lnhth shorts, worn with
ke-lengt cottca sto klng held
up by garters withe om,
atmn wtil wear owcut ilhoes,
su helAmet and -for cooler
weath- pa bush jacket."

Happy Birthiday

Investlesoati of l ed spy -!'?ON, Aug. 30 network In Japan. _Mew Radfo a-UCned today
miel- wfaf e le the 179th
The Mainlehlld quetloinag aalersary tomwrow of the
of a certainn foreigner" also birth of Ru=Ian Capt. addel
be fortheomiing. emian manhs who, it is datam-
*Pube safety otI d vdivcovered the Antaret
a f have expremd Comient."
that Communt &cU- WedbrWs tdic-
apn is being financed momnary ay did
b-a mark dollar tranman dieovr te An Cotn-
Pm .n.

THRILL-KILLERS INDICTED- Pleading Innocent after their Indictment for first deg re mie r
these tour teen-agers stand in Kings County Court. Brooklyn NY. Left to right a e-
Lieberman, 17; Melvin Mittman, F1; Jack Koe low. 18; and obert TradMhtenberglSL

Pachuco Reveals One G.lg'

Had Auxiliary For Girls

CHICAGO, A u g. 30 (UP)-A
former member of te terrorist
Pachuco society told police of the
group's secret rites at the week.
end and said one Pachuco gang
even had an auxiliary for girls.
Rex Orton, 26, made the dis-
closures a reports of Pachuco
activity spread, involving Air
Force bases and cities across the
country .
Orton said he joined the Pachu-
cos while living in Los' Angeles,
the center of the society's activi-
He said he was forced to risk
death to ain membersbiu. The
It"+l ~-..

An Aftoowk spokesman said
he had never heard of the
"Pachaco," nor did he know of
the existence of any at Al-
brook Air Force base.
He was not asked about a
girls' auxiliary.

geles n 10while dating a Mexi-
can girl who was a member of
the auxiliary and introduced him
to other Pachucos.

greed to send an experienced
man here to combat Pachuco te.
A major investigaton of the
Paehuco society began this Mant
when members mweround among
a group of troublemal rs at Cha.
nute Air Force base, Rantoul, IU.
Officers said 106 men were rodnd.
eo up and ere found wearing
tattoo marks of one kind or an.

Since then the nvestgaton has
spread to five other Air Pore
bases and to' Ft. Campbell, KY.

lgout lgsover a mount road H he quit t gang three .U ai | a s
at 80 miles an hour while another months later after a fight withth- o -Um i U
car without lights sped toward Or members over the ir ch
him Orton said the gang to which
h .he belonged was called the "Tor A s
The two cars missed. pedoes," and had about 50 mem-
"That was to prove my daring," ers. 'ihe Auxiliary was known as T Mus a A--
Orton said. the "Debutantes," he .ad. sov gpiU Arlmy
Orton'broke the secret oath of James Romer, 17, showed up ,
the society and make the diacls. at Chicago police headquarters to. mfO M (UP)
urea police here and In other day display the P uo m i.
cities, ad auartliteasat 6litMary on Lu rigt .J .pt .- -
bases picked up a swelling ber said Pacnuwo armj rtoe i.
of youths branded with Pachuco him withoh mark. ile hof waS o a s ta
tatoo--4 crosshaloed with dote. In the Army stockad at Fort ,esue r Cw i o ,
Police here seized four more Sheridan, a "a l hw b r I o
yuths with the marks tod ay W" ec on ,
i the to.ta s arrs Roer said he enlisted when he Pul ig e bai yInfor
here in three days. was 16 and was related last S- as l y
But chief of detectives John T. teiber, but was picked up by the eeh ntcalltfori tha-
Ohalle doubted that all were Army for ianvestgatoa .and spent lof i a orwit from t
bona de Pachucos. 36 days in the stockade. M Ad foo
Police LU Frank Pape said ma- Police notified Army Intelli- n r
ny youngsters had heard of the gence of his story. The decision w ofm n-
Pachucos and has themselves ta- u tee tos o ma rin-
tooed with the mark "ust to i- Meanwhile Chicago authorities tre to th t whose deae
p" someofth e d' L sought the help of a Pachuco ex- by violence despite
TSome of them don' eve n per in Los Anglesc and the-Ch i- L4 1 -vi th en ceaal Ao t
ow what te mar means, cago Sun-Times said Los Angeles British foreign office spokesman
Sa chief of police of a small county sheriff Gene Biscauuiz sald Israel has been informed of
suburban town Wears the mark whe decision.
Sthe back of hisa hand between om an da
his thumb and forefisger, in true enllS a TheForeign Office said t
Pachuco style. He said he got vessran.t any arms
the tattoo "as a novelty." -: UDis L wl il prchased.from BritaI will not
The Pachucos, active In South- aU edf-Anrosve purposes.
er C' fr ni o ayhpyears, 1Bhrita ttinhweapons
rideh shipments to Egypt sinc s19o1
bery. Officers said each do6 n the under former -King aouk a- .
Pachuco mark is supposed to In- .... + boated the Suez Treaty giving
dictate a. arrest. LOS ANELS, Cal-f., 'ug.. dBritish force the ri t to cu-
Orton "arrested here for ques- (UP) nA notednselelotWStt py and defend tho Caa ZOne.
he joined the Paechucos inLosMs. reatd o yui ge tOf fW Vm a__ _
humanfreaks inCfuture ifenara-

Tugboat Crewmen

Drown As Liner

Smashes It In Two
LS HAVE, Ag. 30 (UP) -
Seven crewmen of a -tugboat
were drowned today when the
Panamanian liner Atlantic
smashed it in .two while dock-
e Abeille IT was one of the
two tugs jockeying the liner in-
to the outer port of Le Havre or
a brief stop on a voyage from
Rotterdam to Quebec.
The stern of thetug swung In
front of the liner, and the crash
broke the smaller craft In two.
The forward section t u r n ed
slowly over and went down.
Capt. Herve Bre and four.
other crewmen who were on
deck swam to safety. The seven
trapped below deck were lost.

Ow* To in

FRes On To kme
ROMZ, Aug. 30 (UP) Tom
rDanaher, 30 -year- old Texan
who flew a sngle-engined tour-
ist plane aerom the Atlantic
week, arrived In me last night
on the latest leg of his Zuropean
SDanaher. tall and blond,
claimed he took ~jrt fve ho
and ats minutes to fly te "0-
odd BUeL from Paris.
The -valan lted
d he planned to R
or a few dars before fly
tack to the U.o by war ofP
das Ljondon. Shannon, =
and NewtounMdaid. ne oadI
.poad to a es PeaNIN dBP -

^**s-yfe. *

i .

Dr. A. H. Sturtevant, gentec-
lIt at the California Institute of
Technlcology, said yesterday
that Irradiation from sa"Or
bombs set oft by the United
States, Britain and Russia has
subjected millions of persons'to
"l'here is no possible escpe
he said. "...The bombs already
exploded ultimately Will result
in the production of numerous
detective individuals if the race
survives for many geneatilnL."
"It is already trUtat m!l-
lions of us have been ubjeoted
to some irradiation from atomic
and hydrogen bombs," he added.
He said "overwhelming" gen
changes in humans cased 7
such super weapon tests can In-
crease the probability of cancer
as well as encourage an earty
death for many.
"Bvery new bom b exploded.
since its radioactive products
are widely dispersed over the
earth, will result In an Increase
In the ultimate ha~vW t of de-
fective individuals," Dr. Stor-
tevant aid.

Louis Woltson a unces at hti
New York new conrence that
he Is trying to wMin control ld
the n6mrad 0al

Today T ow
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