The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00822

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A total of 867 dog or a4%.ox-
Imately 86 per cent of at dogs
The Central Labor Union to be vaccolated during the yar
ceive& word today from its lge- in the Canal Zone, receit veis -
lative representative in Wash- tlrables Inoculations during the
Ington that President Dwlft D. recent earn ain cndeted on
Eisenhower ha k -tansmitted o both sidoa -the s.5it wa
the Senate a request for an ap- announedO by the Health tBu-
"roriation to cover the'increase reau.
I' uity. This number was exclusive of
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2009, Bolivar Highway In Cris
tobal.
The vaccination receipt mus
then be mailed or brought to the
License Bureau In the Civil Af
faIr Building where a registrar
tilT certificate and tag will be
Issued for a, & fee.
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0aM, HaveReunionln Honolulu Says Red C e

SWASHINGTON. Aug. --(UP) At At. Paul Minn., Mrs. Frak
BA an Bn I Indisdn gi .ong --The long-suffering families of M. Brown said the news of the
rf to whaer e.th1ro1ein 11 imprisoned US. airmen pre- planned release sonh at.
la 8 'iInistod er pared today .to join their loved Howard W. Brown, e the
been ns ~ ones as on as they are freed faily "o happy we on know
'0weto' tn to do"
in e Dt from Red Chinese jals, what to do. .
C t at Ancon which was us- he reunion, sponsored by the 'mI going to do everything I
plded for a period of three United States government, prob- can for Howard when he comes
After he pleaded guilty to ably will takplace in Honolulu home to make up for those 2t% I
irtiglary -charge. after Red China releases the years in prison." she- aid.
Fliers, who have been held as Mrs. John W. Thompson II,
iThe 17-year-old youth, Etes- sped since Jant 13, 1953. Orange, Va., refused to take any
i Gonzales, Was caught on June Red China's about face in de- but official Air Fore notice a-
19 by a Canal Zone officer corn- ciding to free the airmen was bout the ritase of her son, Air WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (UP) Secretary of
1$bya Il Zoneoffie com-.
Sout of building 0020 oAm- h with "'y and relief yes- man 2-c Jo W. Thompson John Foste Dulles said today that ed Chin must
a Road. The defendant had terda by Presidest Elsenhower "In June the ommunist said Joh Chn m
a sk of stolen property ohis w posed that the fliers and they were goin to relee them a ceasefire pledge and renounce use of force or t
Ostleamlis worould be reunited W74 ta the fisn
back, and later, under uiont their families would be reunited in 24 hours but didn't do .any- most surely will be a war in the Far East.
ing admitted he had brglized "assoon as humanly possible." thing about it," she said.
the same house a few nTghts The last time China released At LaFargeville, N.Y., the Dulles told a news conference that use of for
earlier. American airmen, their families mother of Capt Eugene J. Van- Formosa region would bring into play the mutual
S. were flown to Honolulu to meet di sai-.the news was in "answer
District Attorney Rowland K. them. to my prayers." treaty etwen the United States and Nationalist.
Jrd told theDistri"t Court If the Communist Chinese '..hae been praying all teIn urabl Red China to avoid what he called
le Guthrie r. -Crowe, that hold o form, the Americans time., 151. John pVri asaid. ..ea oe ne
nagez bpohbly be osdffer o l time a.i d dirable er of war, Dull.y at the same tiyr h
in fromac cularcondt were iwIen of s-nSauper- t s A time for t but ed pleasure-tbat Chinese Communist Premier Ch*o,
n hageneex-- it ex- ortrew shot down near Anfung, yer of th iv has indicated willingness to go farther than
and hadunergone itae -fancuria, while down mar leaflets, -Go-hisrelease."u o
a n adreiansuiawl onv a lear th Three of the four American renouncing t use of force.
SActing on the DA's recommen- d.ore ppin ,m ion ove Nrth airmen whom the Communists
Station, the judge imposed the Korea near the end of the Ko- freed in May said the release of Dulles said that Chous tate- the North Atlanti TrT
- suspended sentence on.the youth relain War .. ar w the remaining 11 held by the ment last Saturday I sincere Isation of the South
with the admonition that the oRe v t h e airmen, .wen Reds was "great news." -together with release of Amer- Treaty OrganatlMu at
t court was not just taking pitR Y ned te toCh e communists "The only thing that damp- lan civilian prisoners Ift at- any peace settlement
Son him, but giving him a chance ped to lea em, dubt- ended our spirits when we left tamd and the happy news of Communists. He said
Sto lead a "good and exemplary ewept and prayed In thanks- China wa leaving the others be- the release of 11 U.S. fliers could States absolute would
- life'" gMi Min a Arnold h h- hind"' said Lt. Roland Parks, mark the beginning of a new gree to any such propuld
h e .u le M May Arnold, whose hu Omaha, Neb. This sort of P e of Co un China's re-
One of t st s of te Jrounds out the picture."ationswith the rest of the 4. Disclosed t d
suspended sentence was that _Of.1SYverSizing, Md., piloted world. rent Geneva Lsa
Gonzalez report each month to thed4 i-ated Plane was stun-]j ut Dullqa rem-d4 that '%noState..a
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earle- treaty idts u,.
but ltrument ofratlfluatlt
are sill to be etchange.
Pres ident Wiwenhower re-
quset was dated July 25 and was
addressed to the president of
the'United States Senate. It
read:
"I have the honor to'transmit
herewith for the consideration
of the Copgress a proposed 'sp-
plemental appropriation for the
FIscal Year 1956 in the amount
of $1,d0%,000 for the Department
of State.


For Aidn Poe
Because he cooperated wit
the pollee in identa fylr his so-
complice, a 20-year.-old Panama-
nian, Walter S. Ford, was gieirt
a three-year sentence suspend-
ed for five years during this
morning's session in the .U.S.
District Court.


"The details of ;this yposed .Distrect Attorney Rowland K.
appropriation, necessity:-r Hazard made the reeommenda-
for, and the reasons for its sqb- tion in the first degree butlaryl
sonat th time a set case because the defendant
forth in the attached f1tter from helped pollcer identify two other
the Dttor of the Bureau of owere n ed In burlariz
the Pudget, with whose com In l 1 b h Club e.
ments and observations there 20 in the earl makoins hours.
I ccur" Hazard pointed out that ac-
tually. Ford was the 'lookout"
SDd anc AmA iman for the other.two who ri-
J rhlyga AlOl fled the register, broke a juke
U -- box to extract mopey Inside. and
1 b m made off with liquor and dear-
1 I No fw .V aeti from the club, before they
.. were caught.
l (O lP y JSI n acting on th DAs retpm
[ mendatlon. JudJ i d uithre FP.
and six nurses Growe stated tha&oruurt the
w o te 1 new employees defendant would nae te entitled
t. Cthe Canal organisa- to consideration because of hie
tio i the last two weeks in previous p olce record It the Ca-
u I nal zone which included dis-
e w ysiclans Included turb in the n e. petit larceny
Dr. Charle L s, new su- and I tertin convictions.
Mr!tMAt of te.al Hospt-I : 1 Ther two men involved'
Dr. Walter H. n ai bwl e b'.to trial. Ford,
Dr. g, nkad L"wiltt, who a ar fl t lasting
ber of Grgas Hospit a a lay yeo at d blue
auSel staff; and two residents .an-, w_., *A._.O .un -
at Or Hospital. y e r. .
Dr. Wi*W.S, who wil also be TW la
in chargcfthe ptyeblatrie Sec- I w l l
tlon of Ocips Wospital, lsa ha- -
tive of 8cooba;,.l Dr. Wllet Tl*l lTu b tl/V
was lorn In n e Mass., and TV lllw l.. l
Dr. oggans I ve of New- .
berry, .C. W.Two tria ln i t 'to-
day were etfr n Ftk g
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Mrfd mnt vaccination and
a < camnalkn was start.
S18. 'and was completed
July A8. During that time. 34
r4 -on the Atlantic side and
NOh the Pacific side recelvbd
antlrables Inoculations. This
was a slight Increase over the
number last year.
Regulations require that after
August Id the beginning of the
registfation year, all dogs In the
Canal Zone must be licensed or
Impounded.


Soaked Sightseer
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2 (UP)-I
Mrs. Anna Schindel became so
interested on a sightseeing trip
on the Potomac River that she
decided to have a closer look.
Two men also on the sight-
seeing boat pulled her from the
river, uninjured.


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S GROP of children getting an anti-
-. T the .mwhiclh started today,
L he aofM and Mrs. Charles
S ,. the Canal Zone lMIltee', i standing
$ S the noculati by Ms. thel
gI sptal nurse, Wi i"ys Be.E An MhGarr,

S in OwQ" F Itehe
IiKUm from_ fe to nm a yix ur *ce.- t- e lve, and
eo fear the emoculations,
llfled th s week under the pa wlch be-
nrate communities .4A &r merva-
w, Will b g ,e .ff i n the
tL OWaciW has bees f foe health
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I've lIad i my 68 years."
dI pryeO so hard, and I knew
the Lorg would.. answer my
prayerss" e isa. "I've been
waiting so long, and now the
good word eomes. It goes to show
you get what you want when
you pray hard enough."
Mrs. Baumer said he suspect-
ed a connection between the
Chinese announcement and the
opening of Chinese American
cdreet talks at Geneva, only one
hour later.
"1 had an idea before the talks
started they were going to do
Just that thing," she said. "Isn't
it wonderful?"
The young wife of Airman
2'm Harry Benjamin Jr. said at
Vwrtl -gten, Minp., that she
was takng the day off ftom
her Jobbecanse "I Just ogln't
tncentrate."
"I just can't believe it," she'
cried. "Its just too good to be
true."


Comprondse Teacher

Pay Boost Heading

For Final ApprvaIl
promise l latio to pro-
de pay raises for teachers was
beadl g for finil action by Con-
gess, aordin to word receiv-
ed today. by the Central Labor
T.lonow etal ,Trades Council
from tir letIlve represen-
tative in Wangton. Howard
Munro.
,The House-enate conferees
reached agreement overall days
ago on the deferent versions of
the bill andl i1nd t it for at -roval
first to the House. The senate
is expected to kct on the bill and
send the measure to the White
House.
Pay raises ranging from 8L to
i03 per cent will be effective
J17ly 1. Teachers with bachelor's
deqees would get a ri m
starting salary ofiS l0
~4g their present 3440. and
S:eeive a maximum sal.
ary of S5800. compared to the
present $5204.
Teachers with masters de.
greeswould gt a minimum of
4900. compared to 4016 which
thne .rw receive, and a mam-
mum- It OO compared to the
present $5791.
The hompromte embodies al
the futures of the Hounm-pa-
ed bM. which provided a pay
seale of $100 more than the Sen-
ata.
Oanal Zone teachers will re-
e e e these rases plus the 26 5er
cent Afferentlal.
UMq'o also reported that Mhe
confates had comuroemlsed dif-
imbeee. between the Noise and
rnate versions of the bill bv
dh the government would
sf the cost of surety bonds for
l & eal workers. Thise cqm-
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For or's Soibne
A Panaman farmhafarhand, who
has been sleeping In hallway
because he had no money i
work since being released from
the .Gamboa penitentiary, won't
have to worry for while.
Carlos R. Atenclo, who, seems
to favor the month of July when
committing burglaries, was sen-
tenced in U.S. District Court to,
day to spend one year in the
pen at hard labor on a charge
of petit larceny after a previous
penitentiary offense.
The 23-vear-old Panamanian,
through his public defender.
William Sheriden. Jr.. told a sad
tale of how he has been unable
to Jind enough work to earn
rent- money since his release
from Gamboa. He said odd Jnbs
he's picked up haven't been able
to support him and he was fore-
ed to sleep in hallways wherever
IA could. around the city.
All of his previous convictions
In Canal Zone courts were for
misdemeanors committee in Ju-
ly. starting back in 1953.
The latest one. to which he
entered a 1lea of guilty, occur-
red on July 4 when he was dis-
covered in the basement of
building 712-D on the Prado. He
had stolen a chamois cloth and
aoonge which he claimed would
hSel3 him get work as a car
washer.
District Attorney Hazard rec-
ommended an 18-month sen-
tence. Sheridan pointed out this
was "not consistent" with the
value of the stolen material, and
asked the court for a six-month
sentence.

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v Susnecled Thieves


A local parish priest has put
the finger on the vehicle el-
lewedly used by automobile
thieves operating In the Campo
Aleirre development just beyond
Bella Vista,
The priest, who was Identified
only at the pastor of the Ban-
tuario Nacional del Corut de
Maria. told Dolle vestarday his
ienrsonal investigations have In-
dicated that an automobile
bearing license plate No. P-5920
Is beinu used by the thieves
who have Ablen several cars
owned by Campo Alegre res-
Idents.
The pastor told police one of
the persons sing the ear Is
ark-skinned and the other is
Police started an immediate
search for the auto and its
owner.
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to live with fer quite a long pitment, to ty to SH
time. The Important thing, he any of theCMe ar S
said. is to live with these prOb. list is addItion tol
lems without letting them lead one Johnsonn prenf
to war. composed of the nam .
3. Rejected any suggestion American civilian n
that the Chinese -Communists
necessarily could achieve their '
ambitions by undertaking a n Lmaa I
ceasefire pledge or through fore!-i 3 raFU Ljj
seeable negotiations. W -W
3. Flatly rejected again any 'iiu, Iaernian
prospect that the United Statesn U MUn rsIUEIUUn
would agree to abandonment of
of -- IU. S.Senai
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Sirunumii IrSns us

Set Record In July
The fiscal year 1956 got off to
a running start so far as com-
mercial ship traffic through the
Panama Canal is concerned.
Statistics for July, the first
month in the new fiscal year,
showed that a new monthly rec-
ord was established for ocean-
going commercial shipping with
727 transits by tolla-paying ves-
sels. Three others which transit-
ed free, two Colombian Govern-
ment ships and one vessel for
repairs, brought the total to 730.
iThe previous monthly record
was 709 which was set last
March. Last month was only the
second time in the Canal's his-
tory that more than 700 ocean-
going. commercial ships w e nt
through the Canal in one month.'
The number of U. S. Govern-
ment ships in transit continued
low with only 27 transit, four
less thpn in the previous month,.

Snake-Bile Victi

In rood nCofon
An American employee of the
Army who carried the for-de-
lance snake which it r-him leur
this morning into oQ.as
pital was placed on siUKar0us-
ly ill list, but It coidered by
officials to be in "goodjU gffl
tion.
George Holland was working
at the Las CrMces Motor ol
(behind Curundu) when be wa
bitten on the left forefinger by
the nine-Inch make.
The 39-year-old American Im-
mediately ptIke up the snake,
which he Med, ad wus nah-.
ed to Gorg Moiital where it
was IdetnIfed *a -dp-lamee.
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Fabrega last night ex
tisfaction over the
of the Panama.Unj
treaty by the U. S.
be landed at Tocun
after spending sever
Washington.
Fabrega, chief na
ing the treaty ai.
was met at til t
President Dr.
who served as
tlators; Roberto
Ambassador in Ld
bers of the
staff; other governm
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corps.
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EFFICIENC! MINIS NO LOLLYPOPS
rding to press release. appearing in the local newspapers,
q Io shots were to be given on the Atlantic Side at the North
t&a School gymnasium on Tuesday, July 26 from 8 to 11
till 4. Now hear tl-Is-
daughter and I, alone with approximately ten other par-
i ad their offspring, assembled at the gym about 7:30 a.m.
i to avoid the mob.
the time of our arrival absolutely nothing In the way
preparation had been made, and on hand ready an
t6 work were two Gray Ladies and a nurse.
.Ktodt 8:20 a.m. supplies began to arrive, tables, sterilters,
thg necessary items is well as the gears who aren't run-
R Solo Hospital.
t Utarrival of the itas things began to hum. The elec-
-culdirt decide orhere to plug in the sterilizers, the nurses
ugd the furniture a dozen times, and a small mob of anxi-
her and wide eyed kids added to the general confusion.
iW slad began thumbing through a stack of polio vaccination
t this point the Oi ay I.dles took the names of those pre-
d cards which were separated as to schools but not in al-
Ical order. What a mess.
t of this chaos a line was finally formed at 8:45 a.m. with
o Heard given to senior!iy in arrival. One lady who arrived ear-
given a spot near the head of the line out of consideration
Dter 'condition.' UnfortunAtely no one asked me mine I Was
S than a kite. with rage
r nurses, bless 'em, were really swell to the kids and their
made the shots a little less painful. After each child had
a d believe me they had had it the chief clerk, or some-
of Coco Solo signed the vaccination card in the space pro-
for the uhysiciana signature. The superintendent of the
was theie being very busy looking Important. and he
have been loaded down with writer's cramp 'cause he did
elp out.
am aware that there is a boat sailing every week and I am
ra of the fact that this was being done for the employee free
arge, I know that someone is paying for it though, and I am
rAl It won't be reflected In Commissary prices shortly. My
W is that like everything :ae done for the employes parti-
001y those on the Atlantic Side, who are, for ome re son or
Sr lasses as illegitimate at a family reunion this was done
half hearted,'disorganized, shoddy fahiton. ,
t's hope that the 2nd and 3rd shorts are handled by the
ears" from Coco Bulo instead of the gears, and maybe
will run off as it should.
a don't Ret any lollypopa either,
Sdon t use my name for there are two shots to go, and
s, they might load one special for me.
-Sulky Salker.
RESISTING COPS
,llUpplg from the Ban Francisco Chronicle may give
to Local Canal zone delinquents lust what happens to
B plIce officers in the USA.

tih .clipping:
10-year-olds Involved in a scuffle with police in San
day night .were told to get an attorney yesterday be.
char ? against them were serious enough to send them
three defendants were Darrell Asbell of Santa Rosa,
D. Soderstrom of 17 Manor drive, Oreenbrae, and Stephn
h aros of 152 Buna Vista avenue, Mill Valley.
'F appeared before Ban Rafael Municipal Judge Charles
torion two counts-conspiracy to tamper with a patrol
B conpiracy to resist an officer. The charges arose out
altercation with police officers at the King Cotton Drive-
Brusatorio gave them a day's continuance in order
I assistance. He set ball at $1000 for each."
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the information of Mr. and Mrs. "Equal Justice' 'in Wed-
lMail Box, they were trying to belittle the Judge In a
.. way, but I'm quite sure the Judge knew what he was
-r with, if he didn't believe that the police officer
o bounds in trying to arrest a young Panamanian kid,
would not have done what he did.
as kids need is to be left alone. If you don't molest
fIey wont molest You either. But Just because you hap-
W"r a tin badgi and a gun and black-Jack, you want
everybody.
cer must live up to the good traditions of a well-bred
e "Treaten not, but make thee mine friend, that I may
R'U,& and you me." Then up jumps number two copper
Ie revenge his brother's deteat. He also got what he
B Smacrv.d
Sintber now, the Judge is at the ringsile. He sees and
4l4. He was put there for that purpose.
smhbr three copper, not atisfied, and trying get to
trOuble between these Panamanian kids and Ormlgos,
fa more revenge, sticks his two-bit piece In.
c to the real facts, as for Mr. Dilweg, saying "Thq
Bina don't lke us." don't you firmly believe it's the
way around Let us follow Mr. Eisenhower's program. Be
Lbe meek, be sharp but yet be friendly like he hab just
hme Big Pour conference and you will defeat Commu-
*!p as win Panamanian's friendship. After all, a Pan-
t Is so easily gotten along with if you just tieat him
S-Anti E. Qual Justice.



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WlU.PS A STAGM M I
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By Brie. General &M 8ar"
asirmfal of the baod, Ba
Cerporatisa of. America
Electrodnics an satomies offer t
America the greatest opportunities
for economic social and ctural
advances that this or any other
country has ever known.
RJcent years have seen. th
emergence of great new sources
o& energy and new tschniqds of.
production. Th- aplit atom and, the
tiny electron at boa4 to Ming
about an even 0n tupamn ttl
revolution ia our jmod v*.
and krgitg llf t &asfl
than the ladbstria[,U v
touched off by steam tad electric.
ity. .
Physics, chemistry, biology ire
in the full tide otteir vitality,4
What they have already 3ivena u
is sure to be overshadowed by
what they have yet.to give. Many
years ago, as I became4attinatel
aware of the mtglc of modern re-
search, I had the temerity to say
that anything which the mind of
man can conceive, the Sau of
man can translate into reamty.
Time has prov.*n that this was.no
exaggeration.


gress


a-.


We can, grovel before these i iS
mighty forces ,the way man
grovels before natural phenomena :
ke does not understand. Or, we *
can meet them with courage, with
wisdom, with a calm. determina-
tion to channel them for useful
and beneficent purposes. The I
choice is ours to make.
There Is a new world in our
industrial lexicon-- "Pntomation" .
--ance it seem. to have some e
people scared. ,AS, '
AltomatIon i the pro ess of
substituting automatic for human .
controls in the eaoufacture, pack. r
sgin and distribution of goods;,
nd the equivalent process iI um an gLure
mines, office work, accounting and
the like.
Already, for example, there are By, PETER EDSON
a few mines where coal is being
dug by-remote control. In these -. o -
places the traditional grimy miner
With a lamp helmet, burrowing WASHINGTON (NEA) -. A loan which must be repaid by the countries because they lack needed
into the entrails of the earth, has stepped-up Communist drive to-in-Iredefector or family. skills or because they cannot meet
given way to a neatly dressed duce refugees from behind the Iron The redefection movement is be. health standards. But over 15,000
mechanic operating a dash-board Curtain to return to their former ing strongly opposed by ant-Com- of tLem are children who were
in a sunny room near the mouth homes in the Russian satellite munist nationality groups In the born in the refugee camps or1
of the mine. countries is under way. United States. Hungarian, Polish brought there as infants.
If the Geneva conference results and Czech groups are particularly These are the victims of utter
This sort of change comes under in freer movement of people be- active in this work. The Czech despair, victims of the cold war on
the head of automation. Its impact tween east and west, it is embassy spokesman admits this is whom the Communists are now
is dramatic and, here and there expected the campaign will -be in the greatest obstacle. centerin their strongest drive for
it has a smd fears and drawntensified. More than 500,100 refugees from redefeb on..-
protests. ut after all, the only This "redefection drive," as it's ho Curtain covntrIies have been Bulgaria offers the best example
thin new about automation is thecalled, was pointed up in the U.S. resettled in the United States and of how this campaign has operate.
laje The fact itself has been with by a small newspaper ad run in 20 Cinads since the end of the war. ed, according. to reports to the
us .tways. American cities by the Ciechoslo. These are the- people on whom the Free Europe Committee. Last
The American worker today, vak Embassy in Wash s on. redefectine- campaign is now con- September 12 members of the
with modern tools,.turns out in a The ad called to the a tion of cWtrated, formerly anti-Commuanst Agrarian
-hour weel as much as nhe f me n Ce e ast in The obvGour I tent of the ir- party weoe -readed to tec
ra t tatea, uop to son
two-thirds all energy p t merlean ofs as madra
in the country was human and mia rm ha oen of freedom for tors. brs of theirotytoi e hOme.
animal muscle. By now all but f they would return in mnt. The campaign is also intended to A lettoere pn wes
t- per cent of r energy is Karel Bru, second secretary of discourage other dissatisfied citi- begunto eeeamp
derived from' machines, and even the Czech embassy in Washington zens of the Communist countries These wee followed up by per-
that thin margin is being whittled says he does not know and cod from defecting, sonal appeals from agents planted
doWn quickly. not comment on the number of The movement is, of course, in the camps and by visits from
The evolutionary process of inquiries received as a result of much stronger in western Europe, Bulgarian embassy offials. in the
mechanizing work has been going this announcement. But be said he where there is a greater concentra- various countries. Assurances of
on for a long time, and at an knew of five Czechs who were re- tion of refugees. There are 350,000 complete forgiveness and a better
accelerated rate of change. Surely turning home before Aug. 1 and unemployed refugees from th Iron life in the homeland have a natural
we have no reason for regrets on a number of others who would re- Curtin countries in western Eu appeal to all these victims.
that score, as we look around this turn in November, rope. If those not fully employed IThe problem which the Free
great pation, freer and more pros- One of the difficulties now Js in and not permanently settled and Europe Committee is now working
peroug than any in history. We getting r.servatioons planes or housed, are included, the count is on Is how to combat this re.
may be confident that a genera- ships at the height of the tour closer to 800,000. defection drive by Improving co
tion hence our posterity will have season. Over 5,000 of the refugees are in ditions in the camps rosettling the
just as little regret about the The redefecting returnees must 200 camp in Austria, Germany, refugees faster and encouraging
fruition of the progress now in pay their own expense in most France, Greece, Italy and the Mid- more defectors to speae from the
blossom, cases. But in some instances the die East. Most of them are in. Iron Caurtain $fentrles so as .to
S Czech government will make a admissible as emigrant to other weaken their gbvern ns.n .


Nearly two centuries of Amer-
ican technology provide the guar-
antee that this country can absorb
all the progress that science
throws at it growing wealthier
and stronger because of it. Indeed,
to maintain and Improve the
American standard of living, in
line with a booming growth in
population, greater productivity is


NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER


Sa must. jsu" -
ublishe in Independence, But Not Missour od n five years but didn't et a gates who merely put a "show
authoritative study y the Tweni Union officials huddling with Har. dime for It. Now the disc ocks tr te suckers at the open e
th Century Fund foresee a u- ry S. Truman on deal to make him are putting i the way to his sions of the one.world bm le,
lotion y 9i0 only five years "chairman" of the merged AFL- second r. It's Coral's make the sret ntertationaldals
away of 17? mion, and a CIO this Winter for fortune, plus "Sweet & l and. he's already over coffee nd cordial and you
standard workweek of hours expenses. Hell merely to be a fig. received r heleks for 700,. read abut it later.
Ti sustain and lift the average ure-head with boys in. the 'back 000 copies, t weeks. ---
living standard in the light of a room pulling the strings. The Business There's No Busi-
cnnuallyrin ulation d ess Like: Nat iv A ie's Co p
Medily dminibweek Mark This OnYour Investment, Take It t ,P engagement (flow JoeE.
the output per worker wll have to Calendar: The date for the ritih is vine. She and Lwis nd Juli o) wi" pay
b- sharply raised. pound to go on free converUbitt e.r aA e ihim $18,S00 sr i al efforts.
Automation will be a major in- is tentatively set for the week of nardis, .San iwtoSph mnr 6The crooner once worketlhe Cops
st ntality for meeting this St. If mounting credit dimfl-. .* 5t tia. loline t a weki ... Nick
trumens hold t he move be ls t ad te, anero, the stak house kig,.once
The one certainty is that tomor- postponed until the week of arci 0oat w.alr cting on a Was Mayor Glurdia' law scre-
row, like yesterday, more jobs willof Moomery's daughter Hon t woe BuIot saI W tt: D.) n


the chdred than abolished. New l Morrn ( e oays La ordered by Wrner a) isle that is
Whndustries onics aepructs wand lands' aes'Stoo ow inal aiyingo- ettaw net 1 not
utome into be ce o ts mort e r Pet rushing et ary f rare t l Is
Dept. .of Old Feelings: Phil W 1 strlkin% it-rIch a a neou m wise.
money to spend will reach .o.0 t




well within our grasp, we must Henderson ou.a e Paig tiani7lly i in which sh1 lel Mark D
or emembw services that the o ppo rtu ovity d see d b an der C rt ey atathes teWes- es .J.A. Pa? e3m i e
or ne seaely th elode oChateau Madrid. (Reunion?) B He ofawayto enjoy a divorce.
mor the adequateslys of science aneeds of to MT omer's daughter Ho ut Ia wu co
their famies ands education of Dn' What ome Ntr : l ie s within it ut tell the ee
their chdren. M-rilyn Morrison (Johnie Ray's ast or rd by Te a tiO Is miserable



Se ) BandgepFr Woit Faod (B -at 'he e efthe sus ta s .n. Wa
While eletroncs, atomic and ex) and Fritz Ford. (But ca of the sun. v is
automation will place these thins s ing?) .. Shearmn Do g eto be ca.
brother Pet r hinas at let fry orr role n "ourt.Mal h po il t.a "s
wem wthi ho we m Hend erson" .". j lily knt 'in which 1In" .. Mark -D.4





rdemem ta elehr eld h idtpfr nil thtyysm to raam
ot er c e s how. MTh ti a thB n t ne e


e L TV columnist a lat d
smidp C oire, I know why. Tbepa.
The ot e Aeriues ets. o Bodridg .e18mnk Try8. : fs to "c ip/ j.

i 1n the I Bridgeport With palm TreeseareS wo r DeMle just tha t Whoa Ja Caee few
dam. I refer not me to thebe Barbara Stwckhoforthepictu



i.rid. ti helD ee t tata soei'aset sdioa a to q5 E S Tof Wbel.. Rep Vo-e.Sl
h avemae Rl.t rudinner for theofuss uatrl e ih f

40 seatelr BaeI Ut = .qitbt.

Angeles for fIlipmsM .6 the Lib. ISlan dthey gay en- OU4-.
hipeY irscra show. e -W Kin. $ iendyi

ft -. 4i J e ma ..-.vWi
T st-i U 1i
J#1P- y~fir pill muogi o i r ownavet16 I Pn


1qe. eaid man of Ger-
S 0 te~ ai the glaciers
t atIealctw nd come tumn.
aoe Jungfrau like Hit-
Mp mbled after 9I4.
tnlp the patches of
.L to'elung to the side
S notaa Ma preariously as
pibe dif Europe aUnd be gased
St th cloud clowning -the
ek of .Jaunfrau like his own
f fthe future of the German

S.The od ma had a lot to think
about dir ln i e Big Four confer.
'nCe. Twithai- German observers
.it Geneva set him by teletype
etemmendatlons that Germany
aEept Rupslsa overtures to do
some dealing on the side. Twiep
the old man sent back a brusque
blunt,.almost brutal "no." He had
made 1is bed with the West and
there hb was prepared to sleep.
iR did n6t propose to conduct any
flirtations on the side.
The newspapers that came to hIs
lonely, mountainside also gave -rim
pent to think about. France was
breaking up fast Morocco w as
seething, a hotel in. Saigon was
utted and Indochina wasgoing
communist as swiftly as the wiss
skiers shoot dowi his mountain-
side in the wintertime. The na-
tion which twice in 30 years had
triumphed over ermany was be-
ing forced to ret at to its own
arrow 'confines; its far flung
French empire soon would be no
Sore.


Unlike some Germona,
not make the old man happ
be had hb .iegt4$ w


it did
l Onec


The
would


a were anxious to pleas ( -
many and bartered for her bir
cMfered tribute for her Ou '.a
Butt the old man wasat: aMpi.
HI wanted unification for his c:a m
try. Even more, he wanted to in-
sure peace for his country, while
there Is yet time.
When you're 79 years bld you-
can't wait too long and the.old .
man knew there were forces back
home in Germanf which he could
control ne, but not after ha de',
parted. Would the latent forces of
Nazism, after he departed, be-.
come like the rivulets he watched
coursing dqwn the breast of Jung-
frau?-rivulets which meant noth-
in; at their start but which, gath.
ermg mOmentum, rushed into the
mighty cataract grinding, cutting
and carving on ugly sear in the
side of the mountain.
Would those latent political fore-
es in Germany once again leap to
the surface? Not Not as long as
the old man lived. But he ia 79
years old and Ademauer couldn't
help but wonder, as he sat watch-
irg the clouds make a halo around
the snowcapped peak, what would
happen after he had gone,


wrmn. ne wia wirry ;rTazcw a..
turned this downM, sorry that
France had not seen the great op-
, rtunity of making these onea.
time bitter enemies permanent
friends.


Cheering Economic Reports
The old man also received re-
ports which should have made him
glad and, on the whole, did. His
country was thriving, German
goods were flooding western Eu-
rope and cutting into British
markets in the near east and even
into American markets in Latin
America. At Hamburg, German
shipbuilders ate constructing 2,-
000-ton vessels in six months so
much cheaper than the British
that the British steamship lines
axe deserting the Clyde for Ger.
many. %. .
It was one of the penalties or
advantages-he didn't know which
ind losing a war. Your shipyards
and your factories were so com-
pletely knocked out that you in-
stalled the most modern equip-
ment in the world-s--modern that
you could outproduce the older
machinery of your competitors.
Along with the favorable eco-
ndmic reports, the old man had
t'-o disturbing reports. One fron
the health ministry showed that
German health is suffering from
overtime work German people


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keeps pretty cool these days,
He sprawls atop the cooling fan
unit at the Fort Scott; Kan,
home of his owners, Mr. anW
Mrs. Charles Chumles. When
Tippy tires of that perch, he
hogp to a table inrot of th
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Guatemaia Coufple
Some so30 gmers of the diplo-
satic nps .wd-the*ir wlis gath-
ered at the Union.,Club last eve-
ning to say goodye to the Am-
bassadbr of Guatemala and Mrs.
Jose ,aWben Gonpalet Wgui who
are return -soon to Guatemala
City.
Former Istlmleas
MIt. and Mrs. William J.-:ird,
former sthmattasow n li vlnr in
Caphat, N1. 5.. have announced
the ir of a S, 'Micheel-,Fed-
rick Ul ,,..'
ty or t lree in Panama di ws
ty for talee yearf whde he was
Panagra representative for the
Isthmus.
Armages Issue lvWtatens
To Daughter's Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Raul Arango have
issued invitations to the marriage
of their daughter, Estela, to Mr.
Joseph Wayne Whisenant, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan .G Whiseant.
The wedding will be.solemnisedi
tomorrow,.
MorenosEntertals.
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xaoj ,' S.., LomjaaeE aum iuuu, "AW
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perty Flew u. TLonal Lmu-Ale
agcer 1.aiA& on tae new ure'rptA-
ta 4Urpon., Wdu. ec iAgn up, o u-'
slopesiAM tr WVOct.S

They spent the weekend at the
county ome at or. r.aonj.aDo n
anm te urned to Panama ty ear-
ly Mvonoa morul .

1n Wi plant r. r
Explosion, Fire

In Flrnworks Plant


Iade
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t Jd r Ci*le will meet
MebttL^ &ZaX pIN a Banas

Maw the potltck
D 00 la:"- -

#M.'-.wh A. bnlels* wil act
as lasi. -to tie bhaioa Woman
LuAiW emau gtoup ao rs:xrspay at
k t. Aqator UnIacers' Ulub.:
. oje i.rt as se"e at 1 p.m.
and ~nimust be maae
oy toBrtow aeroon,
Call Mrs. Danets, .Panama 3-
47n ar-Mrs. Murebant Balboa 3317
Ior reservation.
Curnmnl ubo
Muetamemw
The Curidu Woman's Club will
hold a meetlnj on tomorrow at 9
a.m. at the Community Building.

Hafdl Predkbicts G0P

WIH Win Control

Of Congress In '56
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (UP) -
Republican National Chairman
Leonard W. Hall predicted today
the GOP will win control of Con-
greas next year because Preai-
dent Eisenhower has given the
nation peace and prosperity.
He said he believes Republi-
cans will gain more seats in the
House and Senate than they did
during the Eisenhower sweep in
1952. He said "we are going to
run candidates in the South and
win more seats in the south In
IM."


pat r cere ac ry in the c enter .TOk.. .. h ar P5 1 i d. Butler, who
Sa killed 14 pe n leveled sid the big political issue in
-The the plant and destroyed nearby 1956 would be ha he called ae-
n"sa uuru"l te tiona taken by the Eisenhower
2nd PefrailHtg ol homes. administration in favor of big
Tonight it the secom perf Police said 20 other persons business and selfish interests.
were injured by flying glass or Hall, answering Butler, said
burned by the eoxlosoun and fire "we're living n the greatest pe-00
The nta d The rds factory was in the hear od of prosperity for all the p-




flcncia (Ladies WeEaref Groop)
of a. congsted a;e. ind the ex- Pie that we've ever Lad In this
Luc l close at stand several privteof The cause of the exploond "we have the greatest
Pacific urged to freer pad to nearby houses r or peace in the world in
their VaIe yards from the factoty. Parts aof Whilte House.
next to te len Meth bodies were found as far ms 300 -, ,
Theunrch n Pa enama City at yards froset ofthe explosion. t' a

announ16th Street and thral Aveue. The was like the B29 raids dur-
where members of the Jut of tshe war.kind sineewther Br trouble ets cau
a great-portion of Sopffriere.-St.: S-'l l
Lucia, will close at the nd --of *The cause of the explosion
Persmenina wll receive donati ons workr facitelyn uch. ucede ,' m
Pacific Wedesda, Thurged y nd Tokyor per exploded in 1953were kill
their from 5 p .m.ae to :8edd-a0 p.m ed. Police and fire offlca isaid
next td the Wesle~tn Methodist they believe a smoker might
Church- in Panama City ast have set off the et$losior4. WrM*foo .aidrinks, wQryO ver
-A a pe w. bld frequentceoldsofenput &
16th Street and Central Avenue, The accident was the largest tain on theolodneys, and Kidnen,
where members -'of the Junta of its kind since another fre-B.ladder troubisamy auy e euys.
Pemenina will. receive donation, workers factor in Fuchu. outwde X N iteg,,urnfng-pauges, l.*
on Wednesday, Thursdsv and Tokyo. exploded in 1953 killing Paint Nernounne,-, Dtsaneae. swonlsI
A M El Puffy yelis and
Friday from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. persons." mR su ,r 'Ublo d st an!
0Saoos re.ht to woek helping yr l
nM3wa*e WW 1. Cleans out polsonousi
d ds. I. Comtbts germs In the urinary
aDorIhs Day- takes Ife easy rritatedm.
S usy to" fake -Get th '
d uaUD ui !ha,


and says yw should, too
Star of WB's romaitfic-dift, 'YOUNG AT mHEAR'
tsbher glor for happriu se 4ound success.


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Gin. bumit-nap ems

Dior a1" his rt Ple irE
main went In ailya th
195 eolluotons for orti i-
fluences. -
Sut Balmain kept to his traVl-
tnal pSuiptured 190k wk*birba'
turne irveas where one wquld
expect to-find curves opn t wogi
an. -
Balalin fadopte4 t 4W p
faatp Ss a haute coutute
tal-lttouch one would' siput
on .a iPeclal rather than on
Rt M n. .:
Dior', Far Eastern nfluece is
shown In hmts "oaftan" C~hi-
nmo style tunic amd a "camlwole"
Ian oyerblouse -ending just a-
bov the waist.
Balmain's Oriental touch was
in his "samurai"-a black coat
with sleeves tiered like a pogoda
hat.


Altamiro Club
To Hold Formal
Dance Sept. 17
Club Altamira will celebrate
Its third anniversary on Sept. 17
at the Tropical Club in Colon
with a formal dance, according
to the invitations which went
into circulation yesterday.
Victor Boa and his orchestra
have been contracted to provide
music for the dance.
Male guests attending the
dance wil be expected to wear
navy blue, white or formal din-
ner wear. Women and girls may
wear cocktail dresses or evening
gowns. _


No- 'were
ale'
4--"


VENICE, clif., A g. (ln)-
A 17 -year-okl 'gh vebtl boy was
held today in. the strangulation of
his stepiathdr killed '-Oanir an
argument when the ytiuttrdtd to
stop him from abusing a younger
sister.
Police said Roger Pa-ker, 3, a
sheet metal worker, died app a-
rently of strangulation last night
after wrestling with his stepson,
Warren Finn.
The boy told police his stefath-
er came home drunk and began
berating a sister, Judy Finn. 11,
for not cleaning the kitchen after
preparing dinner. T woother
brothers, Robert, 14, and David,
5, tried to help Warren prevent
their stepfather from abusing the
girl, police reported.
"He pushed me and I pushed
back." Warren said. "Then we be-
gan to wrestle. I got a headlock
on him and we fell to the floor.
I was afraid to let go."


When the youth did release the
hold, Parker was dead. The chil-
dren's mother is visiting relatives
in England.


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CJamous tiuropean Otar Oresser
Just arrived in Panama City, is ready to serve dostInguIshed
Panamanian ladles with the latest in hair styling.
Nino specializes In all Tints and Cold Wave Peranents
for dyed Aair. Fashion-flavored Hair Do's-Hair Cute.
Castila de Oro Building beside Panama Hotel. i
Hours: 9:00 am. to 6:00 p.m.-Ask for appointment Tel. 4'40.


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Before closing for the season

at $45.00 per week


Full pension
First come Best rooms


Wire reservations Panamonte Boquee '
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tomorrow and untdi the end o/f te weeo


CASA FASTLICH


ANNIVE


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SARY SALE


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particularly in the clearance of Sterling


Holloware. Silverprices are up, UP, UP, but

Cats Fastlich celebrates with prices dowt"i


DOWN, DOWN! Come and save mony

in jewelry, save money in watches, save money

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tAJnd he has all of his abilities on discoveredothat the most accousti. ,
#y in a forthcoming RCA al- caly-perfect room is his kitchen.
Called "Dennis, Anyone?". Now he's thinking of recording m
r story of how this album was the owing numb r: "Drain On
together forms a saga that islthe toof. "Tile e Meet A ain,'p
20th Century's answer to the I"It's a Sink to Tell a Lie," '"ome ,
On the Range." and th.t old fa..-. w
e proje t.- was set. Denalsiorite, "Freezc a Joll Good ,~. ISoAfa11,,
to supply 12 original com- Fellow." ;__ .
i |lr. Uforth= album.He be I aa-' '
tW write the 12 soags. Dick's Pieks: This week's best: "They've been good for hours.-they're looking for four.
SWasn't worried," Matt says. "Seventeen". (FontMie 8littera "", .-" v l"
if.n that t v I fell short I could Dot); "Two Hound Dogs" (BilU .f.v. --- -- --- -'
lit go to the files. I've got a Haley, Decca); "You Could Hear a .
a nt mablished songs there." | Pin Drop" (Vaughn Moroe, RCA); AnW to 3r
Actually, he only pulled three "A Man" (Margr. W ItIsCap;. II TL .. C I tI In. r '
t that rich store; the otherto)'; "Talkin', Talkin' Talkin" So They y
e wro t during the month. (Arlene Tye. MGk ); "wDuin Drop"I
leais says he works best and, (The Crew.Cuts, Mercury); "Hold
test under a deadline, and heMe Tight" (Dinning Sisters, Ea- ACRO, S DOWN
Aot lyrical help from people. Helsex): "I'm Innocent" (Frankle ~ -- in the 1-- and
4#tentrated mostly on the music. Castro, Wing); "I Can Tell" mea.,r .mnn
,."With a week to go," Matt says, (George Shaw, pecea); "Believing 4- and S Medley
ll still had live so' o do. IYou" The Fer ight Capitol)' 8fr..m 3Ladles and
ally gout busy theft. 'With a half.-"The A-Trialigle" ( iarge. and S/4 .ortune. .. I Ind
tour to go untithe session started. Helene, MGM) i/ rrom.-- -- tomlf
1was putting the finishing touches Interesting pop albums for your ster Plane surface
the last song." collection: Walden has issued a 13 Cakes and 5 State
This last song, Mltt thinks, is the two-record set, "The Music of -- Complainer
oiet one in the alb am. It's called Harold Arlen," that includes some' 13Stratfordon 7AbstractbeingU t b- m
*Where Do We Go From Here?" of the lesser known works of the 8 Of the sun own-- 41 Fodder pits
4nd Matt says Nat "King" Col Lreet composer; Kapp has a good 14 Heraldic band 0 Allowance for 2? Chemist, for 42 Musical
;ay record it. It's the same style collection of cornball music, "Hey, 15 Noise waste Instamce instrument
si aome of Matt's biggest hits- Mr. Banjo!" RCA has Cugat with 1l Incessant 10 Otherwise 2 Down at the 43 Dies throw
'&verythlag Happens to Me," the first big album of "Cha-Cha- 18 American II Disorder 44 Stookins
'ILet's Get Away From It All" and Cha." actor 17 French 29 Goe astray 46 At one's -
Will Youe Stll Be Mine?" Sopranos at work "Ten So- 20 Companions refugee 31 It eats end
Dennis began as a pianist, then pranos, Ten Arias" is RCA's 21 Best of a bad 19 Anticipator and dogs 47Great Lake
turned to writing songs. He started newest, with some of the finest -- 23 Beveled joint 33 Jargon 41 Faict
ling mostly to show-case his operatic work of the irls lde anpr 24Kindof boat 38 Landed O Ike a --a of;
a numbers, and *he admits it zadek (Epic) singb "'amous o- 1 24 on the 25,- recorder propty ead It
as "a big surprise" when he prano Arias" of Mozart. gas- e oa
Mnd he could get paid for sing,. g Crosby (CBS-Radio The 26Ne
gtoo, D .Bag Crsby (CBS-Radio): The 2 .. e ane t
* ,ow he's something of a rage. summer I worked for the circus, I 27 He and i
VA "sn a TV program which is had so much sawdust in my blood 3oPhotograpi !
se'sucessful, his records are i had to take anti-termite shots, devi bulle t .
Ing with happy speed and any 2- l.nd .f bullet -
0 he has a nightclub engage- TWO IN ONE 34 Musical
_wit tho people flock to hear him. PRESTONd Cor -(UP)-dAfter a
h las "gMs o"ice, a pieas- PRESTON. Conn. -(UP)-After Weirder -
SItylq mad a grat sense of arresting a motorist a an accidentF rt.. ,,ma:tum
i scene, state policeman Phifllp F. Romani e ad
NHO-0n a Larizzo also booked the driver. of a, 30 Soldes p -
j itMa a il The officer had been looking .,.hi.
UT ktaties .1 for the ,rtv ontha to.
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r, in a nutshell, the 6 dIf- breathe or slop-don't uffr another
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t. This Is Kitty Kallen's def- ,itolirn nUMeni -nthl sgreatd eternal
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i t. Mendego works so fast to help you three
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0011Mgo hisowninhs-.h motes t'ae eas reathlg and sound
gording of his own in his home sleep so rou soon feeL O. Quickly
I* Old Tappan, N. J. He has a alleviates couhing, wheoming,, teies.
WIft.a system which enables him I. o iaow muchmbY. W rt m
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--. : 0 : ,* t--an-e. are takg th rastep per cent by government under
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it mov n visit be- Ann Sothearnt. pa ar. worried the groundin terms of adminilstr a., 24 ent the Committee of Ame-fleet to commerce and national
.cauMe ta trblim- tla report dt.' en on her tive action in the exee alve ,18953 ? arStesmaD ,Lin" A. s.dfenie,
catue e ttetar tilty0tsre. 3' a r glit vet a c nra i" but *e e Bdovxr eport 410 12V "ThIli-the largest tieacetlie "eventy-flie per cent of our
orts of .al emaiiltion reidytoLao. be T esp was cat. eled legislati: h as:been easeted" by r ,49 P" g hilp r1olacament proara in American-flat fleet will be eco-
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*rBut 1I111's not giving up on her tude was Injurious to her health. r SOON IIt s.d, l. an.isu Ien- of It, the problem .of replacing Is
battle with Errol on back alimony -u "It Is up to good citizens every. s bulletin. "Maritime AftWr," "It one of the most. prasin that
and child support. She litedds to New York spies report Marilyn where," he sa d "to Make h to J10 Is degneda to keep Ameriea's ftces our nation today." Herbert
oecapy the. Fly mama.ao with Monroe is .planning a European ry by seeing to iL that the cotnmis. merchant hppinr fleeup-to. C. Bonner (D-North Carolina),
their pea.n until rrol'trip wi t e ki tiltsn Greenes. zo ts eeomendatonns e adl 6 o4t competitive with other chairman of the House Mer
thuare'up. i '. nd fair heaig, looking to maxi- Neter sideu. world f*t. chant Marine and F laeries
quThe tare s next overseas film mum act look in tom vul.In aU, some it Aesferaw. Committee maid In commenting
ve-tuzs by 'the way, will be as Marlene Dietrich bad planned to muim act)onrI I e1 r 0 a. e NO* bS meSth WS flee amshiv M'teas Wi take on the fleet modernizing pro-
ush, dart. on h-is -faI -- "wi ~es the e at i-1.ch. in "Reomgarkz.we cwsr"roffiial .4 2 9 24 paert t the e..hi-buoling argo- granm.
li -l. a ". at t* publication of the citizens commit- T" lass atos lsto ch WSo ..sib" to establish a"
btt 'ie-d Ia In Hol wood anta vqdbea .. ",The executive branh" he Openta a- a ioaer built diftrina the wr climate that will enco rage r-
b E ..- Rime Is t sa"- ,i, "louat no. ti n acu upon years. nlscement and meet the rob-
r ut elstLP, .ir TL is 'A4 d ome of the incommissaions poSix comoAnies e now 'launch. .m of block obatri ce" of the.
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Hea saa ied morte ofitthe or bm atioutyhesei ains cohese o on th EastSo Lne with a $115million1 Ji o gen cv's cooperation In the vast
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don't know wy these rumors haetack appearance.-lrst rtim is r Hove ins a aon teelk wit th the eY f on two rew vmasels coating be- er. shards. the b -let4" s
started. We arranged it this w ay Haymeses adever enDhck balanced dget, lower tnayIo ea clubs, and th f ywintse ac thi th ween VA. million and 8 I3ol- f"o.aotina a recentW LloO's
nmber oe l eet themin New Ireland aso caught th e Hayes and a substantial reduction in the trick. You now need one further Canan tilt Del- hnv # nrn s
WainEurope. I'll mo. fidntia dh c t bactae national debt. trick to defeat the contract. Coan Oth two *w n en- r o* CAR mENAr HAVANA,
Yk in Senptember s showr s t ut e hed 'me ba. snag home of the recommendations, er fortP.eaic- rvice: bdit iAn atAND LA PALLE
r voters, sh bundresono win to see her former u hweer, are quite controversial. Where can another trick be Pacific M Line. with two tries, compared with.. 43 a year
herdtitiesefns.. withe Hollyjwodin r- '.sew rfrhtan e .rs inaervi ari 'Ian
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rs andhe'sother-(UP) -ExaminingMagistrate se tra tak Tthe f e iTnesO_______ ___ADHL
ino Turkish tummy-tossers. They.In psil do itadeus
open at the Las Vegas Dunes in' aore trieslayiond e ne.mps? The anwer is tat he T'COLM.BIA, ECU.ADOR, P .RU AND CHILE
September.nBackewof-Pleaye Gaston Dominici gave policeit o theksetrts. trckt *"CU......CO.................. .....Au. 17

Democrat who was retired by the'',resident Of the National Gasortonrwashquestion aed playtdhiW tEis hand ws actbua 0UNIASSAU.' NOOMUVA COART1A, END LA HALLIVN
Florida voters, is in business with =.Rie's in ex-hdeictwhootrhus b che p-t. thediamondswitchatlayeda sh M.V. NASSAU D. L PACIFC" EMU1,DA O TOs) ....AuPLLt IC
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Frankinw D.osvlenrin"he j played the foIr diamonds,
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andry wo"I am convinced," he told (it diamonds, and the trUpp
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Ares. f .......... 0. 0 1 0O
Hume, g .. .. .. 1 0 1 2
Tucker, g .. .. 0 1 2
Gokey, f ........ 2 2 1 6
Cro ne r. n n


any, E .. .. 3 5 15 Davs.
ymm, ....... 4 1 3 9 Trammel f.

S oo1 0 2 Totals
Mrad .. .. ( 0 0 0 Mayer, f
151... 0 0 1 01 Dixon. f
Ouud1 .. .......... 1 5 1 7 Witinton, c
Re ir ues ........ ..0 0 1 0 McDonough,
Valdez, R
a 23 10 20 56 Nicholas, f
..... --- churoff, a
S .a hotly contested game the Seals, g'...
o "A" League team nosed
Seon in three overtime pe- Totals
: Sa on's field goal de-
S5u ein the suddenn SeorA
Si~S ppd. Army Atlanl
Troopers


* ,j. (


'l mq .
i''- i fi.i D


SWEE VnO


.. O. u 1 u
.. 2 A


Troopers


31 24 14 86


4 3 5 11
..6 0 4 12
..10 1 3 21
..0 0 0 0
1, 1 1 1 3
33 8 22 74


e By Periods
tic 19 22 22 23-86
12 20.23 19-74
EXU'fl Wwna


NOTICE -"' UV,( i
CoA r HARTFORD, fonn. (UP) -
O An BI ', year after a yong hitchhiker
ks cwat T h left some fishing boots in his au-
t Ct Zeaso tomobile, Clement Sayers nicked
#a b2b ni. up the same youth and returned
o DePdant, the footgear which was still in his
O. i7o, Cswu Docket car.
-o. .


id. defendant;
It Mo tnhe bo-
SAlWty das atr
alure t so appear
nt will be rakn -
~i o-t.
orable Gutbrie 7'.
*ed States Ditoue
. of@the Canal Zne,
:Cemidt, Jr., Clerk
Clo Deputya cew
M :s t served
!e-re"M ZUs


FOR SALE
Aptomobil*,


FOR SAUi-lwl 54Fed SIwMs
Walge 4-doer, l pseen r es,
e.eallknt scoditln, whie feim,
radio. PiMeM Peasem.p1144,
from 7:0 .m. o 4 o.m.
FOR SALE-1955 F .FaIene
Victod Hardtap Srt Cope,.
Only 2500 simw n mspoisme
tar. Fordmatie trnuimioa., t-
die. gnd white Mewe lltirm.
Duty pai. Cel-sr-u shese white
top botm,. Tropical jt. Wil
macriflli for oly $2300. Call
Colon 195 for demnstration.
FOR SAL--CodilIsris i1,
4-doer sedan, hydi#e.e, radie,
new thie, aiceNuMit ondition
and oxcellea print. Contect
Francis, Fho 1569 Colon
Monday through Saturday.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevlrolet
Cenvertble. lergaln. 0774 WilI
liemse Plac, Ap; K, any time.
FOR SALE-1954 Ford Tudor,
10,000 milm, rdiol, eat coven
$1400. duty paid. Call BalbeI
2940.
FOR SALE-1948 Ford Deluxe
with radio. Phone 3-0132, 7
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. or 2nd Street.
Perjil, "El Royal" Building,
Viedeldl e sluche from 2 p.m.
on.
FOR SALtE-1950 Ferd Tudor
seden with overdrive, good tire
nd In excellent condition. Phone
during duty koeern 617217, aft-
er duty heun Navy 3020.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevmlet,
4-door sdan, $650. Duty paid.
Porulso 103-H. Phone 4-639.


Suzan Ball Leaves

Hospital But Sill

In Serious Condition
HOQ3LYWOOD Aug. 2 (VP)-
Atres usaw- aM t
Iv 5 for diagnostic studies into a
cancer condition that had
spread to her lung., has been
discharged from the center &l-
thouah her condition "continues
serious," it was announced.
The center said the 22-year-
old actress had "shown improve-
rment" and was returned to the


AGE OUR- Of

*ARMAOA IWMARDO
t .... 1 ,
Agenia IntSWAGl. 4publealouws

bmh ii t..te as -e .lr


FOR SALE
_ Houshold :i
OR SALE:- UWlOft aiH
Mlde bcleacbd meho gny bIed





safe waf*3) chair WI*four.
Wa .o ca oet ly n ew.' C)..

mk a.23h. 1 s-27 o. Ca




Pooms 114401 ahftmrs and
FOR SALE: Maye t washi|
Machine, xeoU lleat





FOR SAL:--3 sthen IHsies.
sfa (miI 3), chair wllM e-e'
rtl, coffee ab omn's $100; ie
tvelx vacuum cenW $20. Cell



c2-440 ad beg. go nd l in,.
AMERICAN FAMILY Moing up-
holhstred ling om mot with


Ftablel en Welb 447h r aure
meIe whr, 0. CL ol.
* Panmwa 3.4401 fornmoem an





family; electric clod; srap-lad-
2eve-29.
FOR SALE:-2 lQ. M, cI hma,
read bmbM $20 womau's li
cldrewi end nm, gPo odchair,
$4_.. Call BolbM 4473 or heause
63h00. Lo R s. Navy 3196.



FOR SAL' -Poe h baindke, 12
family; olatac cloak; m ap-lad-
dr; ouheld $100; two. hibi.





"ume tabtlet4014 106WhiteMO_
2-23 1.
FOR SAL QM. b Cwest 70;
ditabn w/mirror, pecha $20ir,






$30; Lionl train sat $75; odd
chairntables, iamps,atec. 143
5bam Ave., mbs. Navy 4196.
FOR SALEI-Dning ble rd. ,
c* nle- while $100; tr chainger
qnffee tale, 47"19" white, ma-
hkod hlm adi by Con $70;
vwonaten bkiNld S" wida $4;
kimbo, tlabla, 4 aeln $20;
deep se fishing md and rel
$50; Lioeng train t $75; odd
clain, e.bl, lmp. etc. 143
Sibart Ave., Gombne. Tel. 6-
136.

and phengripi0 combination, 60 '
cyape, 3-lsped r chanlr
and Inether-tppd Peruvian
affon table, 47"x 19" with
shlf. Phone Cristbobl 1143 er

FOR QUICK SALE-Mahegeny
dini, table, 6 chain. HMll
bd, Phlun radio. child okerJ
folnl chokie $I oh-ch.Cel-
a S744, 7.1. 2, $ 2




Speed Liqi Row

Ends In Compromise


care of a pnvate pLysician fol. BERLIN. Aug. 2 (UP) The
lowing "diagnostic studies. thor- first American -German dispute
ough evaluation and establsh- since West Oermanv pained soy-
ment of a program of therapy ereinty has ended in a com-
and management." promise.
The dispute was over the soy-
It said her condition "contin- erelin right of West Berlin mo-
ues serious." although she would tourists to speed as fast as they
not have been discharged if her please.
condition did not permit her to In the compromise the West
traveL Berlin city government agreed
Spokesmen said they did not to limit this inalienable right.
Spokesmen said they did not Ad the U.S. Army granted
know what arrangements her tSO30 miles an hour was a safe
physician had made for her rate of sueed-for German-op-
whether she would enter anoth- rated vehicles but not for A-
er hospital for treatment or con- amrican.
t nue treatment at home. Her The dispute began one week
physician had advised she enter ago when the Armv through the
the Medical Center at nearby State Denartment here asked
Duarte for consultation services. West Berlin police to impose
Misa Ball, the wife of actor mile-an-hour seed limit on a,
Dick Long. stirred the nation's one-mile stretch of a four-lane
heart 18 months ago when she highway running past American
losb her right leg to cancer. headquarters.
When she married Long last As there is no speed limit In
year she walked down thle aile West Berlin or West Germany.
on her artilcilal leg. automobiles careened past the
headanarters st as faqt e. ftheyv
At one time she was reported wanted to. This usually was a-
near death shortly after enter- bout as fast as the automobiles
ing the Medical Center and was could go.
under an oxygen tent.


LIVE IN THE COUNTRY
Hot water, telephone, 2 bedrooms, each with private
bath, large terrace, 2 car garage, 2500 sq. meters. Land-
scaped grounds, maid's room with bath. One of best and.
highest locations in Las Cumnbres. delightful panorama;
Inquire 2000 Los Andes Sur, Las Cumbres or telephone Las.
Cumbres 2038.
Leaving country. BARGAIN!



CENTRAL THEATRE!
FINALS EXHIBITION TODAY AT THE

"AAIN LIGHT T"


PHONE

737
WNmL PWD


16 !W -0 -WfMP


I fe AmeruicansH, witL a UUUo
deal of Justice. considered this a
danger because of the heavy A-
merican traffic pulling in to the
headquarters and the American
community shonning center and
school across the street from
headquarters.

Strikers Cooled Off
DES MOINES. Iowa. Aug. 2 -
(UPI Officials of the North.
'western Bell Telephone Compa-
y.v settle da strike of 500 tele-
phone operators in short order
yesterday.
Thev promised to. buy an air
conditioner almostt immediate-
ly. '


Hi lmp hae e arauu


a syo PeA sba s rAesums
doma wa:omI% l a I u ow


BALBOA SERVICE

BEAUTY SHOP
SPE1IAt

Neuats


FOR RIEt:f-- PSilfef OsI
moet, eoi rmy leq 4 wa, Ia,


mnet w/Wmfrlg ter., par
lee-dining roam. bWedreW hC"*
en. scrmed,4 tied, $6S. VY eb-
limarie PosMI Nm. Ill, 0Nr
Roesevelt Theater. .
FOR RENT: Modeffi i t-
ment: two bedroms, living and
dining roeem, perch, kldena,
maid's rom,, grage. r further
information pleas call 3-494
or 3-4282 Paneme.
FOR RENT.-Apartmenl, 1 bed-
room, Hving-dlaing nm ko t -
n., bothrm in mroe aMI ai
structd buhdllg in Pueb NMm-
ve. Phone 3-0538.
Baldwin's furnished a'paMmrnt
n beach at Santa Clan. Tale-
phone Smith, Balkbe 16tT.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, fur-
mishd r mfurnihed. Phenm 3
4736 from 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT--AI apeatment of
4 rems, H furnished, for 2 or
3 params with view to the sea.
Valu: $75. Phone 2-000 or
;Ava. "A" N. 2-11, upstairsn.
FOR RINT: Mdemrn part-
ment: S bedrelms, 2 bathroom.
mid's rmm with service, living
and dilnlg room cmbinatien,
Sar hitchen. Cakmp Alnre,
Phoe aIfter i p.m., 34242.
FOR ..NT- Funished oppt-
mot., efderirteor., s steve,
taip ea, Vie Eispat house
* bt sK Jw,penc0.6


S- irEU* nd 1-be.d.
t A i sHerlo Poeras. All


FOR RUNT: Completely fur.
ishad madam per maet for
0.1. mph. 7t1h Strat, Pme-
Lofowvr 22, Eturne entrance.
FOR RENT.-Comfortable Idel
sportment: living rem, bad-
rum. dinemta CalHe Darin Me.


'1 ~
.4'-.
~-1-'


r am Ike Aa-o n b
19th Stnt Ne. 2-50. Phone

FOR RIHl-.Nuy -'estuetfd
lhm boan m rdee SoGitf
Meoghl. Atea tlM beot. ,war
maid's yawed eawd bh, Ia.
4e0 privet gam ..TekllpMne
aIrlboM 2370 fter SuN p.m.
PONR NT-CI3efW completely
.. ...- r --..
furamkd: 2 drnwose nud w
vI's qMear M. Pne. 34194.
Ave. Jew de Pealng N. 1M
Po od a.___


FOR RENT:-- PMrnied halt:
2 badro e. living eam, dining
rom, pose, kchem garage.
lnquire Samuel Lewis Jet No.
4. Phaon -279$.


FOR RENT
Rooms


FOR RENT: Clean' famished
room. Private bathram and en-
transe. All modern onveisionce.
43rd Street No. 13.,

WANTED
Miscellaneous
USINESM "letle for retail
trode. Any reasonable propei-
tin for rmedelling or a new
building considead. Writ Box
327 Panama.

Help Wanted
WANTED:-- GSed coek. Must
bring refences. e& d salary.
Albat Neverr Street No. 26.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SAlEI 14.ft. runabout
beat.-o, 5- With,


Gym ExhIbHion

Resc eOd For

Tomorrow Night


I, next to Elks .G*ar Tomorrow evening, at 7:bo p.m
JO *-- -----ie---- the Cristoba! Gymnastic Team
wil give their exhibition, instend
Ask U.S. Onivershies gven.
Ask U. S. m of th^1e Previous date ivn, ^eT h
exhibition w;l be the rd annual
Gve Moe Technical demonstration.
STal The program will start witht he
horizontal bar, a n d featuring I
Asican e TAo L n s onme difficult skills on this high
AsLa b0 ar; will be Julian Hal., Robert
swance La(u Lowe, Dean Hause, Wendell Sas-
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 SUP) so and Damaso Garcia. Following
-The National Planning Assn. this event will be the flying rings
has urged that U.S. colleges and performed by the same gymnas.
universities take a more active uc team.
role in technical cooperation A aew feature will follow the
programs in Latin America. flying rings this 'year. With our
The NPA said in a report by top archers shooting at still tar.
its special policy committee on ets at 20 yds. away, and then
technical cooperation that U.S. doing some trick shooting with
universities help Latin American Ping Pong balls and balloons. The
educational institutions directly top performers in this event will
to develop their technical train- be Jimmy Palumbo, Barry Davi-
In son and Philip Hadarits. The
Leht work, the NPA said, will sprboard and aide horse w ill
deve lop training facilities for follow, and the largest Cristobal
teaching technical subjects in Gymnastic Team will give their
the Latn American universities. exhibition, instead of the previous
In return, U.S. universities will date given. The exhibition will
reap fruitful cultural and tech- be the third annual demonstra.
nical experience-needed at home, tion.
it added.
Under the present program, The program will start with the
the asuocl pt4t said, the U.S. horizonn t bar, and featuring some
universttles F t have enough difficult skills n. this high bar;
autonomy. It said the govern- will be Julian Hall Robert Lowe,
myat should permit. universities Dean Hause, Wendell asso, and
to select personnel, determine Damaso Garcia. FoUowiig this
salaries and other terms of em- event will be the flying rings per-
ployment and should not direct- forced .by the same gymnapic
ly supervise or direct university tea a.
activities. A new feature will follow the
Initial contracts with the gov- flying riAs this year. With four
ernment should provide funds top Archer's shooting ;at still tar-
for a period long enough to en- lets at S yds away, and then do.
able univeritties to carry out sig- M9 som rick shooting with Ping
nleant cooperative activities PangS bis and balloons. The top
and make plans for continuing roSrm in this event will be
their cooperation after the con- o PaamrholBarry Davisoni
tract. the report said. a -d a Thmiee mr .
and tie largest Cristebal Gyrmnas-
ai n d tiWei Bodate will' perform at

LoW 2 Projecks bi th W ciclekor-C
fropical Paint Company was fi time with mlf. at
App t. bidder on two Pa- t lat report, from
nam a. pain.kt projects and the W -,1vas hey W.
D&W pa apparent lowIMtwkn o an s" emet r,
on a,'hen bids were bd o ab,.r
agSS f naute B -evemt WM. be
_..of M52 VL ap- prograM
nter. seven apart or the wtl a1 i s "l by
mIet a Anorn, Balboamo j ja .M -
and The company alo| Ta L O tat m the. tmnb.
made A Mw titd of $0 for the sal fopIMP
e P t of the Kinder- to w i l bet&baek
I a Dormitory dis, t At cartwheels,
10A $4S M Daniel Rto- ?S Os
as -i 4 the work of .wgl be a i A b.l
l. tr of the of- Marvel a
room of the T M JUgy

"lfr W _d s a _


R ,- n he*84t 'A- '
_:r- '- ^7w1*w yv'*-


WANTED


frS .l -1Pe d wEmESalr 1 eo -a. -us
* ,s. .t.' a... v e ~ t
rro ,. o tol.





-IA


4emral nrepir and reinish of
Reetta.c furgit m uarantod
wiek. Medeom pris. Home
delivery Iprvie. In fruit of Sl-
kb Sorw4rdeu. Pho.24-174
"JIMMY."
M ve yarr Plne pared, rne-
S lated r tuned by HYAMS AND
MOSES. 2-4843 Pemoms.

FOR SALE
Miwellaneim U
FOR SALE:- Leau Ilthmus.
* Baby erib end wardrl ad eth-
er articles. Etudiento Street Ne.
14-63. Apt. 2.


Service Loop


Box Scores

Fort Clayton fg ft pf t
Jessen, f .. .. .. .. 3 6 3 12
McCurry, I .. .. .. 3 4 3 10
Davis, .. ...... 4 0 5 8
Coleman, g .. .... 4 5 5 13
Powers, g .. ., .. .. 2 3 4
Mims, f ........ 7 1 2 15
Chatwin, 1 .. .... .. 1 0 1 2
Maas, c ...... 0 0 0 0
Lupetin, ........0 0 0 0
Totals 23 18 22 64
Fort Kobbe
McCallen, f .. .. .. 3 11 2 17
Nickles, f .... .. .. 3 2 4 8
Fucbs, C ........ 1 0 1 2
Clarizio, g ........ 2 3 3 7
McKaig. g .. ..... O 6 4 6
Hatchett, f .... .. 5 6 2 16
Duvall, R .. ...... 2 3 0 7
Koepke, f ........ 4 0 1 8


Going


Panama at the 'World- Jamborde
to be held l Canada from Aut.
18 to 28.
Both Alexander and Tam have
excellent records in scouting and
have been made "Stars," the
highest award of the Panama
council. At the jamboree they
will JoWn 15,000 other Boy'Scouts
from 52 countries.
The .new Panamanian airline,
Aerovif Panama (AA) has a-
greed to provide transportation
or the Nwo spouts from Panama

Wetback Entry
NEW YORK,. Aug. 2 (UP) -
Lajos M. de Erdos, 45, Yuo-
alavian. dropped his pasp)rt O-
to the water as the a.s bring-
ing him to America docked yes-
terday but he wasted little time
In retrieving it.
De Erdose dived into the water,
clothes-and all. and swam to the
dock With the precious passport
clenched in his teeth.
MILWAUKEE -(UP)-. Seven-.
.ar-Wdd Pat Mananh recently
ured out a method of getting
ast hard words when he reads to
hs. bld.grandfather. He spells
them out with .hs finger onhis
grin4fatAer'p. head, and. his
grandfather tells him what
they are.


DONALDO.TAM.


Stwwb by SV91 bus
.the WU&.1Caada,.
This will We the f&it tl Apn, .
ama Is represented at World
Jamboree,

Japanese, Russians

Resume Treaty Talks

LONDON. Aug. 2 (UP)--Soviet
and Japanese negotiators today
resumed discussion of Russia's
detention of more than 1,000
Japanese-the principal obstacle
to a separate peace treaty.
Japanese peace envoy Shuni-
chl Matsumoto arrived at the
Soviet Embassy. For the latest
of a series of meetings with Am-
bassador Jacob Malik. Both men
were advised by foreign office
experts.
Malik promised at their last
meeting last month to give Mat-
sumoto a list of 1,373 Japanese
still held by the Russians, and
to arrange the immediate re
lease of 16 Japanese war prison-
ers who have served out their
terms.
-a-
Nome's The Some
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Aug. 2-
(UP) -Police charged Harvey
Highball with drunkenness yes-
terday.


MARK STEVES in directing dt in

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CR4s a- t ahe b a deoran. went aboard 'r cca .ola, 1 ce- P or'F uonB C B 'M -e-7 m A
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p'i l a by PIUUP f Pier ts ton a -l Ig ftSpitoinsn

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Fort aothe feld a e? Af ter t oda f I4 rtion.3 1,iu g .8 mtn wie a Ti .
e t Fo rt Amador) Kobbe hitting 24 and Clayton 23 eem tht every am n the T A









ubeered tha I a K- brke a 2 te 4 0 wu ihee MAJOR LEAUE LEADERS Pt CRsMb THaIaER t INTENSE DRAMATD PoB r
tenWtons Frepeat rlby emack- utes to so a Ii the first half and La .Cumbres the team that ThMott'.TEAS E fifteen year-old lad turned TBantam Wes" recal his firs t UNITED PRESS e 1 ftr
St Cl oe the lead hasw been their um- th the old "pro" ry on h l as bad o el at at
ad nit,- t:a sy m eo .th e t of the way. r. now a" n o d p wmn re w o n he ca 101. Sooto r Rb.Aysar ArTTR. I h Braves n

Cava lWria in the Panat Area .Two minutes .into the second today aw them roll at will over ions Storhe. The main wt problem 1 0 .onfrontsnr tOU .








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t L l be s ahed there- In ameNo 2 n place The frt ace lot holds doube was during the early part of his Burgess, Cin. 79 281 45 88 .313 l
Seysoners decided ha bral mean forWes almst birth career. He said that hs two tries
be. r .n 13 8to 7 Ar- t ict b ta t eci dedtwI fo these Tad l 8or en 6 4o22hs G.W scn dasme rp
myt E oln ........1, h .67 dy-. n t l. ArmyrAt aic og et i noaG ibraltarOrE- .r Jr U Montrealn 00 0001 0-2 35 0(Fr;RIAN A .f
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by as m uded tl to-Aints. "e Keyoners until a the end Robert Wagner, In WILDEBNBS8
Wfo- de rteett .o. 2 1S thkd quarter the O fn WPl EctablC.hed 893 2 icKlus wewki, Redlegs ..... 35 "ilw e C0I00ECL T" 00 0Chapte-S 4


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bbpootmms ttedifoulobut4- 1 8,2 ,5 1 ous.... 22 .4 5 5 --48
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at Fort DavsoT10-4o1verSE te Cay'nS. lAstyear's stonicletsam- Th K s tors jupdoftmtC"e 01-910.1
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ble-afo r the rm s merne t -me In the $.. t Gb SniderCDods ---- 010 0i---35 ShelleyhWinters, in WE 0nd -PAm0nGS.
Fort Claytol nommitted y3 te g thome tores mTotals as ns.4a21l......ngr -"EL.-F".U
ath nq eweakror m .T ht asaied on' Benks, C-------,i51n
Tred -until.therfinalthrleesecodesthesTroU oper
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ornoaffaoorthe LiamB f ro m ad e from his own couerto a d tt 02 0 RUNSe BATTED f
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3 ,,17 turned oaut inan meUe U niLa time- this year held the leaSgue .
ast .I ane f to watt theJ lINtali-A C an orr.. to two field soas .N.
Sugar t rs back the Celam. lton fols m egr In the nd ufl s thws for a gat ijobd U ..
buils t for tieir tend fo a Lorry Dga tollw- of o* f Ka l ine, r- .. .91-
str_ |tors Te lea e's led this fifth mt th i _- ider, Do der........ 9
. Ino sh at .,*Ns W, rm SnIder -Photo. .: : FihM-ane* .... ...
a AaA t. Davisn a Smith, Indians .......... 7

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of I ?1 Ravna aattact with *iu9 points. including mine Iaf l U LKnT
two tles ad a single, v w R- 16 field seal trieL. mit I arm t i
faut N*W mu L ls Gaari heim- as te Sttelepvb with 1s sad -nTgs--1 ea rs -st
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the t a ,rvel llbS a Vl a ve ws i6 *4Brooklyn hit agrou0 ,1Post.Rede ........- I 't s m .
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ANNOFNCE SPACE PROJECT-President Eisenhower gPve his approval to a project in which
the U.S. plans to launch small, unmanned satellites which will circle the earth at an altitude
of between 200 and 300 miles at a speed of 18,000 miles per hour. This Is an artist's concep-
tion ota sateUlte and is an example of predictions which have appeared In periodicals from
time to time.


S HOW SATElLITE WILL BE LAUNCHED--Dagram shows how the world's first artificial earth
S. satellite will be shot aloft by rocket from the U.S. territory sometime between July, 1957 and
ber, 1958, according to a White House announcement. Artist's sketch shows how bas-
1- 0 0 "er rm oeshc Pt to& *-ntMact witV h near-
pace w be part of the United State lpat nin the Intfational Geophysical Year.


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RAT, SATELLITE MIGHT CARRY-This artist's sketch shows what equipment might be in-
Int Is the man-wade satellites the US. announced It would send up to circle the earth.
StyI "moons" might well contain thermocouples to measure the extremes of heat and
4i.ght meters to determine intensity of solar radiation, Geiger-type counters to register
*t ty of cosmic rays, and an automatic radio transmitter to broadcast the data to
monitoring stations on earth.


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1ai ne satellites. Left to right around table are: a short-
xo. _Msa gthr, ea t to Director ot Public Information, National
t j; ftr. 3. WSfege Say, of the foundation: Dr. Alan Waterman, director of
.'.te Ho u p0m- James Hagert): Dr 8S. Douglas Cornell, execu-
tA atoln as Ag of'i0 ; W r. Alan .L hapley, vice chairman of the
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ter-American Women's Club. She f -tl panama canal Co. .MMu OUtRiU 5 rPPen Y., .-.--
Is a m ema ber of theS ovesnCi A and has ac. ti Fmorest W She ould not
bos aomebe fte Vigtaoverig tsc with the Or- have .o. .lter had she; re-
dren's HOme. Qa. In Venezuela. heard from the first days of'
After they lean the Isthmus b his wife, he the loduction.
Mr. and aMrs. Johnmton wl vii t hmu some arta .- Dr. Gano
in PortlaLnit Me., asd New York a ftember and will visit (Rtbbad IM Gerson) hd head-
before gotig to ClesmWter where Coast of the United hMF.e: (Brue W W ,
he will oin the insurance and going to Vene- T ). do wel to emWerg
real estate oe b e'@ firafdm of unueafee y Plotnlkofts water
Laney-Naylor, onetIng In the t rooklyn, N. Y., Dria- Coao to. Poao
Greater Tampa& aIea. a t the Isthmus with M a-little moe could ban
w--eare- nt a aMfl when he was a It M could a
|e attended the Ca- t.0&wh same of play..
Open Shop Job and was grad- Taiors
O oi High School. Fabut
PASADENA, 2 (UP) peering at the f e ran
-Safe crackers MIvania and AF IBshi irFat trow
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itehoer twas important rad B uds
Sigon ican t. snia pre .
"I Tit o said Eisenhofls prOies s a uo rth







e 'made dire tly to Sov to hey et fire to a ei h shop
Ssummit poareythe Jewish qnotrter of


thebe realized for the Atib n g.
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liter theytcan nt b re reatlzedfor in the Arabsh mudrtyrsh Fsllea.
severald. reasons Name neoi here during the on Jl aster-

proposal for aerial examina- several kilometers oU tside the
ten by Russians of American town a barn wasfired.
military 0astallatlion d by At Mekne meanwhile, police
Americans of RRusian install- have arrested 60 persons in con-
ons was "Ilegl etponage... tneeton with t he bloody riin
(but) thaM proposal isu there Sau rday. when a Fr n
ad shows that b pabli fire brigade officer was murdered
ntovand mutilated.
still more easily to seeote va-an
res other problems which are A pole ep ked ian m e id most
loflesas aersignfIcnceran tof Teof ie suspects waere aomli ot
Another character side of Meas which teded to
Tito's remarks were released show the riots were premedicat
today by the official Yugoslav s r wreded.
news agency Tanjug, which said Meanwhile in Paris, the French
they were made July 25 "in the senate today opens it debate on
course of a 2 hour conversa- the Tunisian self-rule bill and Pre-
tion which he had...ith some mnier Edgar Faure confidently ex
30 Americana, participants of the pected its approval as he strug-
'Edde Sherwood' seminar ead- gled with the problems of t r o u-
sed by Dr. Huntley Dupre, dean bled North Africa.
of lesse raesnegtes andC ofe
innesotacAlester College The National Assembly pprov- RIOT GET COOL OFF-A dspres North Afc in the Rue
President Tito said Elsenhow- etheetein a ority of de il Charbonntere t Paris a.er a scuffle between the phe the demonstrators broke
e's proposals to Buganin was to 40, and the government expects ou The demonstration tied in with the cu street htingn Morocco, where riots on
th e proposal of an extrenoa s the conservative Council of t he tinu
sicere man who profoundly Republle (Senate) to give its bless-
idealizes peace." 2 hro the bill.a
ioehad..thie E r l of a year's Real Cooler Man, Death Pe ally Asked For Revol Leader
30Amriannepai ttihtions started on July 30 lastrg
year by dynamic former premier Th Pl n ff o.- -"
Pierre Mendes-France. or off BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 2 T) The samne sources said the pro-
Polte armed withi tommy guns --A court ma al prosecutor has secu tr asked two years m ris-
ourrounde the "Uttle ageri" NtaoAskeyd the deatja penalty -for Rear onmeqt for former v
slums of Paris's East End yester- 9 Ay d. GI-alo nso CPlderon Rer Aam. b
lrei day to herwck the spread of Arab- c m de r ddosa
fostered terror from North Africa Ales l9tikc --ot ared ''-SJune 1
!r ther ou w Tth e mn wat- tior e t ed of rid wine# ervtSM w to lthib ,ri
PipImanm sd that, took all the wine and most of pme the Ar me His Own
qaseast a wte nly perrts the honors at .las.t niht's op Forti
L 1m prove v in the lg performance of The The. The prosecutor's move a pp r- LO ANGELES. Aug (UP)
teemin Arab quarter adjonicng Guilnd's production of "The Hp- y gve rise to baseless r- --Attorney Cletus Hannfln
the Care do s l be arlow pry Time." morse la5 throughout the 47, was fined $1000 and placed
edto ppass thlron the cordonb
ealng off the dist city -that Ad. Tare Calderon on three yeats prqbation for
a a ix Not' only did he launch the a bes actu*ly sentenced and falling to file a federal Income
six-day season in rousteg style, tax return
A total of 993 persons passed but had enough wine left over to
through police .lines .yesterday,. launch a decent-sized fleet as
mresovingd the district and 473 well.
Another 720 persons, most of doBtirri o on indeed, PRICES: .75 & .40
them Algerins or turned bk dry. Another romp 1ke last TODAY LAST DAY!
whel teyso ughtrto' ntr night's, and Plotnlkoff will have--
Arab quarter.,h streaming over in admar
Unofficial spokesman sa ing droves fromnthe od Neigh- 2:320, 4:30, 6:35, S:00 p.m,
lice are searching Arab h a u n t ts i
foR" agitators blamed for numerous bor, across the tracks. *ee r 'v e *
riots and attacks on peaceful Mos- He plays Uncle Louis, raffish .- Us .pu
months, family.n 'ta pA
tto the Community Bervdsces dl- violence that caused more than 100 Antieer uncle is Uncle Des- e
with the Panama Canal Co. and Tounisia last month spread to Pr- Willie Mays talent for fielding a TM "a-Clerno-t r-ee.. .
garters fluno by burlesqueosirs. *s*'fwduha.Ie.eohw ee.l*eft .oet W e 0e
Tycompanied by Mrs. Johnston. jured when propaganda ma d- McTaggart), who fields the bur- --."
homne In Clearwater, I'ia. dened A I r ia n s rafl3 n wild lesque girls.
Johnston was born In Colon through thie city, smashing win- In the middle of which In- s "...
and is the son of Andrew Johns- dws and assaulting passer structonal atmosphere Papa
(AnoLhavnn Jr.t and Mama
ton, who is a retired employee of Resigns (Pein pon) are tring to
educated in the Canal Zone vtlgTo sog upme it m(Pht al e appear-T
schools and attended the College ed last night that under the
Anotherel2AnisratnatCs- Posn s oe 91 PRICES .7 &, .40
Wit Algeywe ooba ted o talents, he bad grown up-
eHe was first employed by t h e gB curthedryn and thercomtingkla directorA S
Commissary Division In 1933 and Eon b orealsz ed.
has 22 years of continuous serv-
ice with various Canal units. For Whereas Lohman appeared to
the past 15 years, he has mern- have achieved such serene un-
ed in an adm strave capacity derstandng of the family foibles
Ab t fire of the former Chethat the pace of living had not
Quartermaster and in the office aged him so much as a dy in
fof the Community agtervoes is- Bibi's birth, or before.
otg Mr. and Mrs. Johnston ,However, such considerations
BthM adohnst iolen cthtcto one side, the family does -
have beenacve in immunity stout ob of keeping up with the
affairs. He s a Past xaltedpace set by Uncle ouis.
Ruler of the Balboa Lodge of Pealo, is in the hn -
Elks No. 1414 anre d a member of it.se ggy SeJimpon Is quietly r
the Shrine. He has been active a mr ofetie, Aunt Felice (Espdrana
LopeA) Is amply enraged by h e-s
ion the Theatre sold, of whh .b-nd Louis, Mignonette (Koay
he Is a charter member used a abauder) may do nothing n.-
hast president and he ha j am m tended to further the family up -
ed on the community Che ialt sroar, but she i s a woman. omu tmP
Committee, the Red Cross, and h r n oDesamondean and Grandp ask no "" iSo LEal
hos takeartein variu ohr Mmore. stMUW
Mrs. Johnston as one of t thec Young ove Is m in te handf of
and hsdte dsevrlofis- in"the-handsof ,Thre nsucho, tal-sesby... Asaatosphere Wfl$W
successful plays. Saim hasb alsor"ing (h- a u. tel-)
servduaedasnatcamitain diretrof iscleA rscolsstatoed acsasled
the Commuonty Chest drive and h lat of the Dredging Division, lenddl at it. Pat ader t ., e.i
il active n the work of the In- I annouced his r esignation d0thin at the has; mi uteamni ........ .'


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