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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]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00823
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the gavernet aSpologzed for
the "ruhn= mnd promised to
punish persona respm e
A BulgarIan telegraph, agenT
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munstt enverWang P*at-Nan at the opening session of their tall
East tension. An hour before the meeting began Red China anne
can airmen. ...
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BONG KONO, Aug. 3 (UP)-
Bad weather may blak out U.S.
plans to rush homeward the 11
American airmen due for re-
leAse by Red China tomorrow,
the Royal Obervatory predicted
today.


tomorrow- morning for the
Hong Kong border.
The sources declined to speci-
fy whether the Communist Chi-
nese had bent confirmation of
this timetable. But they added
It seemed,"virtually Impossible"
there might. be any hitch in
freeing thle airmen.


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GENEVA, Aug. 3 (UP) Western dipleMdes
following the talks between the United States and o
--...... ... munist China said today it "may not be too oan"
eight) meets with Chinese com- Peipi wins membership in the United Naties.
ks at Geneva on reducing Far They said Red China must fmrsfmakeo'
bounced ait hd lj e o cess of the Geneva talks and coniti :W We
(NA ao-eoto ready for a ceasefire in the Formosa Strait where
ed States and Red China appeared close to war
the year. ..
,In l ion; ~I gn The diplomats paid particular attention to i
S Hong Kon f State John Foster Duties' press.conferenc t
in Washington yesterday when he appealed to
lomeward Rush leaders to make a public declaration against ui
lomewar ush to conquer Formosa. -
upon weather conditions and a- Some believed Dules mgt be ue declsation kdautik
valuable facilities holding out for Peiping the bait force to conquer
The Air Force said it scelect- of American dIplomauc recogni- the other ap-shore 4islai 1
ed the West Coast for .the re- tionand a U.N. seat two goals by the Natlonaullt Chinese.
union because the great circle Chinese Communist P r e mier t w
fligh$ there will take about the Chou En-li has been seeking Il w of a MIo
Mane time as a flight to lon- .for months. on f l rlIma s
olSl because sucha f ht wll T Amee_ aandad" -
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U" .hi hr dre 1 "n thE.-catastrophe."
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permit tokeep the ,ul
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law. The dancer got the permit. An American couple who were
Then authorities decided to deter- inok ur as automobile, accident



veterlariat. and S etr P the t Mr. and O. --Sanders
Flynn-watched Diane show. -The a retired Canal o a
ani alu they dicided, i not ietg broken an autoa i bUe accident,
mi istqreaky was beg i uryday a Ner-
bused o tread in th bur-alHigway nnoon- ar Arran were to
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AnAmveteriarian and Isaetor P fAt Mr. and Mrs. W Sanders


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bills whipped through before ad-
The measure requires business.
men who work for the govern-
ment without regular pay to file
for publication in the federal reg-
ister a statement of their busi-
ness and financial interests, includ-
ing stock ownership.
It would flake it easier to de-
termnine whether officials "loaned"
to the government by private com-
panies might have acted on be-
half of their employers.
It requires them to list the com.
panics in which they hold stocks,
plus other financial and business
Interests, 6O days before joining
the government. The lists must be
revised every six months to show
any changes in financial and busi-
ness interests.
The restrictions were Includes in
a one-year extension of the De-
fense Production Act, which was
quickly approved last night by the
House and Senate after a o in t
conference committee rea ed a
compromise oe the provisions af-
fecting "dollar.a-year" men.

Cook Collects


Wi..t think It ATLANTIC MrT, NJ., Aug. 3
LeaI tocheck for sc- -(UPy-The MNavy apparently
.S ie tU" In a special liked James Johnson's cooking.
? the TenWnesee Valley The r 1dently-dscharged Navy
cook I a mustering out check
weren't ilr.)facts yesteiy for 0.100.
for In he ex- Jhon aid he would return
i to a et .onpoly the chck, which should have
mltteel. been for $10. 1


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SODA SPRINGS. Calif. ug. 3
(UP) Airman 2C Da el C.
Schmidt one of the 11 U fly-
ers soon to, be released the
Chinese Comunisnts, i come
home to ap' "noch Arde wel-
come. bis 20-year-old e re-
vealed yesterday.
Mrs. Una Schmidt, mO ar of
the young flyer's two- -one-
half-yeairold son, reve d for
the first time that she d re-
married last year afterI e was
finally convinced that h long-
missing husband was d .
That was Just two ts
before she leaned he liv t e
in a Bed prison ca "I
should have obtained an-
nulment Immediately she
eonfeesed. "st I mas the
mistake eof n olag o." ,
Her second husband j Alford
D. PFie, a husky hi1 Sierra
Dumber worker In thisecommu-
nity new the California-Nevada
border.
The couple and Schlidt's baby
son. Daniel Walter, lIve in a
trailer camp near her.
Mrs. Schmidt said .he and the
imprisoned flyer were childhood
sweethearts in their home town
of Coaer d'Alene, Id They were
married May 24, 19 J, and had
only five short weo together
before he was shltppd overseas
to Korea.


ijthe Plip-
p do-" pin fo t cheek-up
ne. and theto &L sCoast for
ill areunlo families.
An Air Aookesman said
c in W the airmen will
d Join their either at Tra-
lay. vis Air near San
ho- Francisco, d Air rce
afn Bate, near depe ding


ed Alrmartleveals

Thinking Dead


0-
In January, 1953, she said,
she received word from the gov-
ernment that Daniel's plane had
been shot down over North Ko-
rea. Their son was born two
months later.
"I received no further infor-
mation about the fate of my
husband and I believed he was
dead," she said. In september,
1954, I married Alford, still be-
lieving my husband was dead.
'"Then in November, 1954, I
received word he was a prisoner
of war and had been sentenced
to a term of four years," she
said.
Mrs. Schmldt made noa men-
tien ao her Aseond matriae
when. e Mwas contacted by
newsmen last November.
"I intend to meet my hus-
band- when lit arrives front
overseas," she said today. "We
have a great deal to discuss, in-
cluding the future of our son.
I believe we can straighten out
all our difficulties."
Fine said he was prepared to
do whatever his wife decided
was right.
"My wife's happiness means a
great deal to me," he said. "We
are very much In love and we
have faith that everything will
work out satisfactorily."


rmsenthe relee aof the air-
meg was anMounced Monday by
wN China, whceh has held them
jllsoner on "epiaonage" charges
since Jan. 11, 1953. They were
crewmen on a B-29 shot down
in Manchuria while on a leaflet-
dropping mission over North Ko-
rea during the Korean war.
From the border, the airmen
will be escorted to the Jockey
Club nearby. for baths, a drink,
clean clothes and a preliminary
medical examination.
Simpson has four sets of sum-
mer uniforms for each of the
airmen. They were sent here by
the Air Force and Simpson has
had them altered to fit the pre-
else measurements of the men
when they wer n captured.
The Air Force sent two C-54
planes from Tokyo to fly the
11 returnees out o fut o Hong
Kong. The planes carried three
doctors, steaks and ice cream
and "anything that might be
needed by men imprisoned for
a long time."
The Air- Force spokesman In
Washington -sald the airmen will
pause only briefly n HKong Kong
weather permitting before
taking off-from Kal Tak airport
.and being flown directly to
Clark Air Force Base in the
Philippines. for "medical and ad-
mlnistrative processing."
The Air Force said it plans to
allow one reporter and one pho-
tographer to represent all news
media ina brief interview here.
The Air Force spokesman said
the Pentagon did not "know
anything .for sure" about the
physical condition of the airmen
ut feels they "should not have
A at disturbance" here.
us, If the preliminary med-
ical examination here shows any
of the men to be unfit for fly-
ing they will remain at least
overnight in Hong Kong for a
good rest.
At Clark Air Force Base, the
men will remain for at least two
days. They will receive back pay
and new clothing, and undergo
official questioning about their
Imprisonment.


soon grew s onuay pu -d t no
OSOWq0d leve their F
Meanwhile in W unW SForm
dipiemats said today they ex-i Fru f a ,;
Peet Red China to m swe mift-
ly in reaponae to Dutes' cal P himcall fse ret a
for a "new phase" in ioeluin's ho cau o form wt
relations wih the of tcs s tha e use of ar l si
w orld. fighting" between t
The State Department hoped States and Red Chim might
that Communist China's leaders telop if Red China atbektd ?
would come out soon with a pub- mosa.


Moscow-botind Premier Faure


May Be Cold War Mediqtor
4 .

PARIS. Aug. 3 (tP)-Premler "truce" Into a black-led-aM&-
Edgar Faure reported to Pres- settlement. '
dent Rene Coty today on -his Diplomats belUevedtbat
sudden Invitation to Moscow foreign ministers faIt iws
and decided to ask his cabinet's their work, Faure woulv4- b.La
formal approval for the mis- position to seek
slon. the top when he t
But authoritative sources said Premier Nikolai i
he and foreign minister Antoine Moscow.
Pinay would steer clear of pro- The French FiVmsefl W .
else negotiations when they go would precede ilanli'a
to the Soviet capital this fall or mission to London early
winter. year, informed saoaure
The sources nasiste3 that their But British Prime
trip would be to carr on the re- Sir Anthony Bden,who
laxatlon of the Cold War be- Bulgpn afndIaI ;
tweon East and West, begun in Party chleot e
earnest at the Geneva confer- to Btitalhn
ence. low u ax.
Faein may be cast in the by ft t mh
role of a summit mediator ift
the Big Four foreign minister Pina r
talks bog down in October, di- bit of b btt,
plomats said today. eva cont
Informed sources rEVrted At the Q ee
yesterday that Faure and his which starter:
foreign minister have been in- ties of that a
vited to Moscow this fall and asked Madame Ira
have accepted the Kremlin's in- didn't come to M .-
vitation. She replied that -itt aaltw '..
They said the visit would fol- duty to follow her. ..
low right after the Geneva for- Bulganin rel rl
eign ministers session. This is that it could e-
the conference convened by the "All you nee&wd
Big Four leaders themselves to aboard a plane,;W .w.J .
write the Geneva -Cold War to have said. ; .- .


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manager Milton Semrau of the for those parties.) . Jerome jg to her old daytime spot. me.". Barbara Ruick, a lovely
Super Safeway Store, his wIfe Robbins started his. (Everyone, thing, s this close to a deal at
and their two children. but everyone gets into the act.) Paris Papers Please Copy: New- 20h-ox ... Audre Coate, a beau.
The gunmen fled with the we. e---t in chapeaux is singer Sarah tiful person, is Milwaukee's gift
1r end receipts from both stores T e Love Spans Oceas: James Mc- Vaughn's custom tailored crash toHollywood. .G"MBaute r,
amount was not determined, but Kinley Bryant, the man-a b o u t- helmet to go with her convertible of al persons.is ca1ing a torch
authorities said it was more than Texas, dropped into El 1orocco -price '$150. After all the ones he made so
$1,000. en route to the Arabnain oil-fields many ir tote i ar
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and managed to free themselves Henie (from Oslo) making a date beauts are winging their way to MIM) Na (unrad)\
shortly after they were left alone to meet im In London. Its' signed New York in connection with the pa serr. On top o
on the hillside near the state "Ali My Love." All of it, Sonja 'eGsalem*Oen Marry Br te" a eUk ns of Ja
ement plant M for a contest at the Park
a'he gnme first went to Boyd's Romane hia the Press Agents Sheratoa Aug. I to pick the babe Paig Two Waltsr" It
he rnd dBo.vd and his (Or D rtmnt of Scrambled wMi lw- most exquisite form. Corne,,re*sWF J l
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twre te "ir". heva+ G n a-IsJryslums , .n nt d snake
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Boyd's *ar there aad e Peter Dogw d atWe-ler that 1I) or G
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Me out in the old
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Se pblshed he de eWAS. They reer NGto one section of the
ty keep the lattr mited to ee p lagth. file rooms sen te cowrhed, and to
W# pemges resosllbllty mr sttemems es Ppla aSnoterI Ie hoffou. s this
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to wht s referred to as mkin could sens r Crlt"; but cabinets are now crowded on 1 ,r r o t o
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anaM.triec MKigtonoug by whatever brdu served and TV et I would eeiay a lot har tha thi f mi W r cket.
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St Huge tub e iards and Census uernate sea i Federal judge ruled agest rious it's with John Shelton, a of Ators Equity suspeon ra t let bombers ta re
i 2-s nRange 21uf irtee ntC o ua. he e Se tha one map thh Goveent n its final at lawyer . Mari Blanharde s thel P bespooun YsSatYol.hoi nSgtulthe zoz, accompanied by his ela-
College oesVan45Muskrather chOffie onune 1, al inHaaiischanceforstatehoodwent John, Jo Dens . Cowboy ways refus mn in browandmplemet his promise for a 35 ther son, Alexander, debarked
ol i hnd omtaipr Buren 47o m ntsiarsehat.ea fi. The .o stamRoy to sigtme wet whte o hoesf-Mir am Natkins. pera cet produetaon increase here. from a steamer at Marseille. Un-




ithe Foted vase 24 Be prent 4 Ondor. eoperal Services Admini e statehood based its t on the to the west wth a $200,000 western --- Thounhthe Air Force will et confirm reorts said the royal
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ba l a Unitailr weightM P Hurr. bri p Itcy hdI t e ffo udt that Bridw es sLWU ho "cetk on h California ranch. abot IS r eiant Bis thio year. p ety's baggage Included
a- salor .lte 22ptEaPstakt 4 NcDO W It get he a t oulJ.e.p _P sr _loln l. Hawamst an inot .Buiding a ranch house next, I News Makes Names: Invetea- tw s to r s mfres tt eoriginp crown etre aser
em lingasr .iab..Hing. t doaw i -pssi to .et tn American passpores there t Democratic ale- -- probe .aito the Traffe Dept. ttel e" ston gto. sped up The ex-run has lived for, i
I Jim of st isi d pesona' Sa tivsfie swgrowinevchidorenr s m llone cn es s werea m ade .. w, g n a .. .. met teiussi.ans are spread odin l.eworking man 11 ad iirn P i e rn, phw ra druea anddthuaotrotho"o', ta r y ne enae i denwar.in i l gent s






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,Consume 41 Sea eagle 5P Also 0 they fear Hawais two senators. Bandaidse attratons hole s ead hime they LANCES o Cold rasn
'ASf I IOU u "on b caItionprcticallcongressmen and elected gover- -In Janet Leaskin Diana Lynn anobnOfhvWusataiefd Dag.e,#y io
l r ,. ati on e l on lo pro ou" Here was wn t took so on to be errant boys for The To te Lihts A wa y marn. .hast a Carroll a smash sti











h t H naKe aou Wnd I, 3 Bridges and his lieutenantey. Jack Shine on" Inoks e cania Bet- with Jackure Miles (wt Monte Pros-
ath, r I t p e u re ati a, should the territory become ty K ean a ved e Parker are her's LaVie), haoled as rthe ers
a 5 he A a the dt tate Hl v,,s a ahasbeenTocollege),f rency mooierre, la wthaf f tIpio n Lena Horne. (Never can thave- were so h ta..tW.ilson, td teeonpib-
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sufmmehre usemia rkdnes i n ot thed oron under the Smith Actn spots qtepnletiandotwte a bit lately, most re- ied pretP t i'-fml e o



lac. _wud en efa,"hn r T he managers of two p tnty at Cophd.a where they lok- Western Unioa From Winchel- p uli a , y f n







__ 1 kifo kets and their famdles y edi ke a couple of cnapids . B evericy auailse Calnf Dear cLn r t b s f o w .
S fl looted o tviae a fe nd et SPry From Fire Island: yte's th t. converted the Dean rta s ell 1 a l at one en
Ghigrls sat in there p casting identi: .ei a Ia r mbtthow.anothe rRe nad.
personal Pttacks may arousenb lot of em otiont-ndbthusscbr-eardaTbKIe" wnoulya t sh .,.. r
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Their victims bound with cord ove Glamorous Pen t Fears invested fountain and pool into a whing te split-talk ( aSartNer lry)
Sa hillside. 50 Gs in Fire and's newest res- well-proceedsto hea Damon Reasn- "me m tthev
T' mS lrd mt i he victims were manager Hugh taurat y. Nancy Andrews look This iss New York or Detroit, There i or wealthonisoo
t It o ay tha tour irrU n got. She we nt to ceisforrent pe d tahtebea e it would be the sweetest and the rebuilding of tho s, slum in Searsoosmaidtthateheshas.q
ancestry th towe..ha ve2.toneeofttheewWldsg'es rrolanmise hiotluxotro residnence atdW we areas so rapidlylthat-we a r 'trmero

L, t2Ran e2 De ote4 Che h r stomthemc ine o ec ttric i algt a e Marl Bl.t honiad oth rangehaet b e h t ar U
Utk teodph to mee e t h spTro michfeor-a n5itanher, roa.n Alexa nde rt d b "ed
a nTss world has note i i n otswbn o T ep, to the modernneratthrouRgh dry in e seehumid itysh "Mands p r e po'l i r s h e f m. s mrn-ate -armeiore.PUn-
a ouG of satisfied pelrno n.nSatisfiedan ere o 47 never started one concessions was m asIg t o th o the west w ith a 20,i000twestenThoug
freedom m ovem en t th at h as swep t th e w orld In th e last few e A n a ir con d tion er w as in an d a t ure, tos st ins tom m e ntea's w upco msduler, a
A prayers, and baUefied .Persons wll not Im p rove in sta lld hurry.wgislte d i-hat che thment;ons pa bhially n teV. aion Brn the r od uctioYlne -Dea e n ye aeg
s e e suthe staff of around 300 employestowcal r s la nt he n s Nowu sit T hs saa, Gag' eeCic Henr-o- co ere d M S t Gaoa ee k to AW ichtaou ro lt wt
t aefuHighwayive Cegien movces were so hot that VVsn ad to
a N v -donal. Civil W ar wood a utters are shut ho d ar e a.ferad te Ptol a cabmakdi a lpe of m ney orand-ttoeme. wa s ofr h isgo.at
1 ,. ,o n t h e e a s t a n d s o u th e x p o s u r e to r i d e b 6 8 1 18t e.iny 'tMa n y y p r vl y t aet.. d .w o I ta dsel f rs h tw se l l s he n c o rd b l a m e e in t e'd ee r
fear Hawaii's twoosenatorsingodaIdsoua-Woethmesvplatingtohoedcof hi
k e e psou t eo r wo u d e x h e r e e r nt bo ys fo r T e o w l, t han t e sI a v er a n d t w o t h e m t o v o d k a a d r i n k n a v e n t ed D h a oI.YA W P r e n t E l l e a h o w e r
... ..all, sh.ou ldthe t erritor beco tyele n I de y t K Prushc ator by the' Amsricania, h aed as the n Ie _are_ give ntheaollowhich
An eIor to Preyu"sTheyIworn b, Aeur nu n the everybody sowt a new caresandt m watch that e prl ty.hian.rna s (Nven canh
that's cooler. "ere asf floor suanr
k efo r t s e t hei r y c a nm t h a v e o v e r -d a ys ti m ae v e uoaina h ea d of


edTlke-a oupleeof cundasns oev.berlylHReve r, In developing atomic war.P
olootedsI tsandoM iss Knight ot, the ma dder she p s o r l dBytLE's iE a tMhcO nceRTIMEd Rthe Dean Mi sui

kl~em 4oll~l~e--Hes Vn 4 Muketer cine oul beouut..t aom-, a ,ii' chace or sateoodwentn, n ems .. .( oooyla~srefue, en n brw,-nd--pleenthip proisehor h hei son Alxaner, ebTIkn


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thLik either then oi now that
tMon ..m om-c f iAfat uter-
eata roIe.B=t vhes be:*
"It roase my inWd tht sfme-
one allege such thig.
"You sti thi
wa a conflert of-interest?" O'-
Mahoney bsked.
No ai. I don't Dixon re-
James aid neither Wenell
nor the First Boston Corp. ever
repressed the DiMon- ytate
combine in dealingstb wi the
goydmnuent. Ditho mald "wb took
no steps to hide Mr. Wensell's
name or his nmeetiaon" with
the negotstlpti. -
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e Husband Slays Attney

Af r Spport Hearing


Sthe bunrst of gulfre.
Juge Mark E. Garer.
tog at the non a suppmart ,
Mrs. Haies and George H.
her other attoreywee wounded
and taken to the sp tA "n-
derwent surgery. The hospital list-
ed Mrs. Hames' condition as "ve.
ry serious." Black's was "fally
good" and Garber's was "fair.
The husband, Percy Haines, 60,
was seized by a court reporter
and turned over to police.
It was the second time In 18
months that t non support case
ended In a fatal shooting In a


the bullet striking the attorney in
the chli'.. Then In succession he
shot Black, and then the judge.
"He tried to mow them down In
the order in which they stood,"
Mrs. Holtzman said.
Geiger, 30, who was sitting near
Judge Garber when Haines open
ed fire, lunged at him. He clamp-
ed his arm down on the revolver
and the two wrestled to the floor.
Haines released his grip on the
revolver and Geiger grabbed it
and pointed it at im.
"I told him I'd shoot him if he
moved," Geiger said. "During the
scuffle, I felt awful alone and
scared."
Sheriff Fisher, who took Raines
to theprison, grimly said, 'I wish
I had been in the eourt1ouse.
Hafies would have been a dead
bird."


Lrr Mar'-wI"& was


Slowd to the tWi.

S ontnued it the ten of
Sunrise choice. West
d low, of course, and East
Swih queen of spades.
a re a i d b, and South
had toJeae a club and the other
e n down one trick
S ni w th co ti e n F
;Whi oldm'ocawa was do-
laer, however, he: continued
e Mth is might happen to
drop the queen. Moare important,
weaver, it 0 ,surel y force
West to win the cklb and Rock-
away wasn't a bit-worried about
any ead that could be made from
the West band.
'As, .epeet Weo t won the see-
and stru lcikth the see. West
tot ard lead a club, so
he returned a diamond the hope

It was a good Idea, but it didn't
work. Itockaway won the diamond
with the ten In hle own hand and
led another trump to force out the
qoen. East was able, at last, to
l a club, but it was too late.
apn the see of clubs and,
,da, amond to ,e dummy, et
ting all the discards tat
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-a. C, tilric ant Gas Co to-
day, foow a conference with
Gov. Geore euiTinmmerman Jr.,
announced it would appeal a fed.
eral circuit court ruling that seg-
regatlon on buses sa unconatitu.
S C. MMeeln, president of the
E-cttric and %a Co., which oper-
ates city bus systems here ad at
Charleston, announced the co "n-
ppny had decided It "should and
w'-odd" appeal to the U.S. Su-
preme Court
And' Thmeinaa saM the state
of South Caropia would file .a
brif "amnlcus curie" (riend
9f the court) In the cas, although
the state not an official party
to the Sut.
Columbi8 .Mayor J. Clarence
Dr .oddh* fltI. city woudM fe.l
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three unidentified relaxers
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P. CHARLES EARN HO
rived in the Canal Zone
fty as aide-de-camp to
pa. William K. Harrison,
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Smanduur in nhiec, .ari.'-
gp Command. Prior to com-
j~to the .Canal Zone, Hoke,
Oarden City, Long Island,
vIsslvM as executive of-
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He graduated.
iUnversity of Roches-
i,4 with a Bacheli of
;degree. Hoke with his
beth C. and tWir
parles H. Jr., 8; June
6i ; Gregory ConkUn,
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I gseeap sho
MORRISON
*t of J iy Ave & J S.
FOTO DOMYY.
Judo, AmAm mL4 U 1 iL


FOR SALE
Household
AMERICAN FAMILY sloins u.-
hohored living rom mset with
tables nd Wstlnghouse auto-
matic other, 60-cycle. Call
Panam 3-4401 afterneens and
evening.
FOR SALE:-2 chorsln. 1 tte,
' hd k meo $20; womrn's *elf
clubsi ad Le, nood condition,
$45. Call Dalbeo 4473 or heuse
6e00. Los. R-a.
FOR SALIt-Porch shades. 12-
family; electric clock; tep-lad-
dar; household Items. itNme
2-2931.
lFOR SALE i-Zenih table radio
and phonoeroph combintlemi i60
cycles., 3-slpned e ord hanger
and loother-teu md PeIviefR
S aeffee tabe, 47" 19" with
shelf. Phone Crileteol 143 or
1659.
FOR QUICK SALU:-Mabeoeny
dining table, 6 chrs Hllywood
bed, PHilco radio. child roeker. 3
folding chains 1 each. Cln 2-
$706, No. 7. Apt. 2, DarIn St.
FOR SALE:-Refreljreter Flgi-
deirs, 9-au. ft.. freeze empart-
mat., S110. 25-yelo. Cell 6-
284. .+
FOR SALE: beautiful maho.-
eny dmssers with mironrs; two
chiffenimn. Crooks, 1520 -3D
Akee Street, BJelbe. Phone lal-
boa 233S.
FOR SALE -Couch end 2 chain
(oventutfod) $125; dining room
table and 6 chain (mehoeany)
$100; rum (9u121 $25; kitchao
table and 2 chain (metal) $121
3-way floor lamp $7; many mere
Items. Phone 4-752 OvenlHgs
till 9 p.m.; all day Saturday.


SGulf Of Mexico's

SFirst Tropical

SStorm Peters Out
NEW*ORiEANS, Aug. 3 (UP)-
* Brenda, the first tropical storm
to form in the Gulf of Mexico
this season, subsided to a gen-
tsp, yesterday a&,the storm
r moved across north-
Swestwonglana. "
: The U.. weather bureau here
said the highest winds reported
in the northern part of the state
-- were 15 miles per hour, while at
Alexandria in central Loutisana
the wind velocity was 12 miles
per hour.
The storm carried winds of
near hurricane force yesterday
when it smashed inland in the
vicinity of the Louisiana-Mlissis-
sippi border, leaving in its wake
a trail of missing and sunken
boats in the Gulf -
The Coast Guard here repqrt-
ed today, however, that all miss-
Ing vessels have been accounted
for, including the pleasure cruis-
ers Jenle B. of Biloxl and Sea
Robin of Gulfport which rode
out the storm behind Chande-
leur Island.
KE, At least seven persons died li
for accidents attributed to the storm
Lt. which formed out tin the Gulf of
Jr, Mexico Saturday and moved,


LOURDES PHARMACY
wS so comsllha
CASA ZALDO
ceMA Ave. 43
FARMACIA EL IATOURRO
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FOR SALE
Automobiles

excellet condteion, white tiem,
radie. Phone Peneme 3-1144,
from 7:30 a.m. to 4 s.m.
FOR SALI:-1948 Ford DCeloi
with radio. Phone 3-0132, 7
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. or Znd Stret,
Pareill, "'I Ryel" DBuilding,
Viodelda Ishiche from 2 P.m.
O. n.
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Tudor
seden with overdrive, goeed tires
end in oxclleet condition. Phone .
during duty hours 8637217, sft.
or duty houn Navy 3020.,
FOR SALI:-1954 Plymouth 4-
door with e* extras. Panama 1-
2523. _______
MUST SILL AT ONCE:- 1953
Chevwlet 4-dooer seden. low
mile, excellent seonditioen. Cell
lalbee 2405 after 4 p.m.
-FOR SALE:-1954 Supear ulk
4-dr., sexellent condition $2150.
Phone 14-5233 after 5 p.m.
Qtrs. 79-, Fdt Kobbeo.
FOR SALE.-'48 Hudson four-
doer sedan, -cylinder $350.
Phone 6-752 evenins till 9:00,
Ill dea Seturday.


Position Offered


WANTED: Competent stene-
grapher, able to take dietatiesn in
Spanblh ad Enl li, good spell-
leg. Permnlent position. Clum-
bi Pketures. usetble Moerlal
Avenue.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors


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Box tIll. CRISTOBAL.CZ. A.I .E.*. .L. . .
Gensral repair andJ nflto m f heisseu, oetf mld we. sseiam4s 9ae e 6.30
m. ..i.-,.... t..a..nmd P H.S ar 8-041. 1 labta. emtlc htl werW'.- C W


work. Mederate prices. Homs
delivery arvkic. In front of nel-
boa eer Garden. Phone 2-5174
"JIMMY."
Have your Piane repaired, meoa
halted or tuned by HYAMS AND
MOSES, 2-4143 Pename.

FOR SALE
Miscellameouq
FOR SALL-3-fe.uiievs.cm--
S.rm, orryaig eose, st4ndef lens,
devilht fltw $35; Ikene SJten
35-mm. uaian. lim..5-fP
lam. shutt r spdil .U.
I/300th sewea, nas heMd .
Individual eases, sun Ih I hd o
flash unit range finder, carrylag
cae. 2529-A ocoli, Phone 14
191.

WANTED
Mileellaneous
BUSINEUI location for retall
trade. Any reasonable propoei-
tiln for remodelling or a new
building considered. Write lx
327 Panama.

WANTED
Houses
RESPONSIIL7 young Army cou-
ple desires vealtion quarters
first week of September en. Tel-
ephne iboe 2497.


Nalonwide Search


beot. 5-hp. Johnson meter with J I
lutch. Phena 5-403. Launched For Singer
~nHgrr lgr
FOR SALEL-M/V P-190 com-
moriel fishing beet, 28' long, MIflnfl tl al 191
9' breadth, 2' draft, dieul paw- .iss- i esJwM Ine 51
ered, geod condition. Meay b NEW YORK, Aug. S (UP)-A
mn at Inglish Pier. Panama. nationwide search has been
Centaet Mr. Lame, Phnen Pan- launched for a blind concert
me 2-0550. singer who made a Carnegie
Hall debut and had a promlanin
N r y I eb r career before she disappeared in
1951. 1,
N rw Joy Op uspd. to ikswdo
y Se ed city streets with a.cn cp
M in h R i for a guide. She many
friends at the New For Light-
house for the Blind, an organt-
Byv W aring flowers satlon where she helped otber
By Wea InIg F sightless persons with their han-
dicaps.
OSLO, Norway, Aug. 3-(UPl- She was last seen on a Man-
Norwegians celebrated the 83rd hattan street in Auwust 1051.
birthday of their ailing King she was in her biddle thirties,
Haakon VII today by wearing dressed neatly end had brown
the flower that sent thousands hair. She carried a dark cane.
to prison 13 years ago. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
On Aug. 3, 1942. they wore car- Earle Cole of Altus, Okla., have
nations in defiance of Nazi I appealed to the Tracers Comoa-
troops occupying the nation. The ny of America to help find her.
Gestapo jailed thousands, In- The company hopes she will
eluding children, for the demon- be found through her love of
stations marking the birthday. music and singing. She made
King Haakon, the world's old- her Carnegie debut in 1947. If
est reigning monarch was in she has settled somewhere, they
wartime exile in Britain then. believe she would have joined a
A stroke of bad luck kept him church choir, probably in a Pres-
from viewing Norway's celebra- byterian church.
tion today. This was to be the Miss Cole knew and sanr In
greatest birthday, coinciding German. French and Italian.
with year-lone commemoration She was a master of Braille.
of his 50th year on the throne, -a. *
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.1S p. w Mo'1
If i.Iiates 4sl 1-4944
or 3-422 Panoma. .
FOR RENT-An partwet of~
4 moem, aln furnished, fW.'r or
I parse with view i th see.
Value: $75. P pne 2-"oe
Ave. "A" No. 2-11. !p, i.-
FOR RINT: -- Medew i:t. ,
most: I *3bedrom Ieetss, 2b
mold's mam with ,eAI aSe
end dining room o emtgol, i,
ler" kitChw. Comle hlpo,
Phone oftr 4 p.m., 3-424L.
FOR RENT: Aporhtmet .41
44th Street N o. 4-151, Uol
Vista. Inquire some house.
FOR RENT.-Apertment 2 bad-.
roam. hot water, first floor, o-
roge, maid's rpnm, Camoils ,
Porras. 43rd Street No. 44, Del-
. la Vista.
FOR RINT:-Apartment on Via
Perras No. 54.'Inquire same ad-
droel.


FOR RINT: Complately fur-
nished, hot water, garage, one-
bedroom apartment. Ideal for a
couple or bachelor. moar Hotel
El Penmoe. Call 3-.421.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RINTm Clsen frmiIsed
mom. Private bathmeom and ao-
tronce. All modernm envenlienoes.
43rd Street Na. 13. -,.
.FOR RMT"-Uteurlshad, rose..
Cells budiste 14-S4 A t. 6.
SSlat .ll -m e., :30a.l. ~
w s10 1ob a.

Big Four Aries
In Rush Refreat

VIENNA. Aug. 3 -(UP) Ar-
mies of the Big Four got into high
gear today in ope of the strangest
races of all time-a rush retreat.
It was turning into a propagan-
da competition to .see whether
Russia or the West could carry
out Austrian "neutralization" first
under the nation's week old in-
dependence.
Soviet Defense. Minister Georgi
Zhukov on Sunday ordered all So-
viet troops to leave Austria by
Oct. 1.
The U.S.F.A. (U.S. Fo re i g n
Austria) headquarters announced
yesterday that all houses and
quarters used by American troops
in Vienna will be handed over to
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Iaowly up the eastern seaboard uI eu r, ,e -ia br"ke ma leg a n AbtaU Utheir owners by ue en u u
coast of Louisiana before head- month ago and is still confined bW I U1lU AboUI mouth.
ing inland, Advance squalls rip- to a hospital. Evacuation of British, tiro
ped into two fishing vessels near By his own wish there were Business If from Austria will be complete
Empire, La., Saturday and three no official celebrations dt -II ni the first week of September,
fishermen lost their lives when nl o-as Lal celebrations, and on- I imh Army officials said.
the umped ur l a son and three grandchildren MILWAUKEE (UP) Bill Evacuation of French tro
Otr lostheheir lives on rain- had invitations to see him. But Rothe doesn't belihave in crabbin most likely will be the qui(
washed highways. despite the-King's modesty Nor- about business, and he's talked a Most of them had left Austri
Wased highways.. wegians showed their love by lot of other people out of the hab- ready.
purchasingg 'King's Flowers" and it, too. 1 0--0
in aie5 ToA HAW they appeared everywhere. Rothe took a real ribbing when
rl V I JIToSh W heo ordered 1,000 buttons reading, AmhI ldfH r Sl
I-- . -- ^- tl-- x.-. A IV ""Business is GOOD." Waitresses gMIne wIH ,, ,
l in his restaurant wore them and HF
Safety Day Pictures Iremen's Pay Scale ndsr is o GOu OD
P r s rme Paysed them out to customers. sb renstLar
C Im 4 fE LS s m a b R theses private optimism cam- nW w9 r Ly
The Parailo Civic Council has, U OWS j rOOS raign has paid off, he says. and LONDON, Aug. 3 (UP) -
Invited the public to a showing -- he's on his third order of one pt ...MorEan, a carpenter of
of pictures taken of the Pacific .... thousands buttons. tol. olemnly contracted to
Safety Feld Day held July 23. .ula. ity of more than Salesmen and .clerks report that t. e for Mrs. Allee Ches
Theshowing will be hld to- opulation employs 1.31 customers are Impressed and that four *onthf for a price of
row t 7 at the science en or eery 1000 inhabit what they thought would be a good pou 13 shillings and 1
Nlro,,, of e.t and pays them better than it joke has proven a business asset. peneq ($15.U)
The Field Day Safety Commit- use to. "Business i all right," Rothe Moian not only lived up
tee will convene at 6 p.m. for its These statistics were compiled said, "But you've got to .o after contret, but gave Mrs. M
final meeting and the plcturea by the International City Manes it .. I- ot tired Sf listening om cret-fer old building
will be shown afterward. There ers' Association for the 1955 Mu. toans of pssimhistg and terials.
will be a second showing if ne- nicpal Year Book. ded t do something about Bt this low cost house
dnc- pa YearBook, it"v ,fortunately .available to..
essary to accommodate all spec-I The:- show that the average __ nfortunately, available o
tators. minimum and maximum salaries. else. The contract, only re
of firemen have risen in all U. S. Harvard's Staff discovered, was sied on
Any group interested In the cities of more than 10,000 popu". "' "" . 17, 1472.
showing may contact Cleveland latior. S EhW G.H 1. A. HugheS, director
:E. tevius, chairman of ,the la 954 the median annual en.- asI 7W U I Years London Master Builders As
Safety Committee, telephone 4- V-ance salary) of firemen ranged CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP) tion, said it is easily the
50Q. from a high of $3,950 in cities of Nearly 9,000 years of faithful house building contract inm
more than 500,0000 to $3,300 for service! nce. Hughes found it while
,--' A. cities between 10,000 and 25,00. That's the performance by 294 1ing through his family re
TI cIW ai,. LO Iffey This compares with 195 salaries longtime employes who were hon. Ie said it apparently had b
"" ./ Nof ,77 and ,496 in these pop-lored by Harvard University this his faM ' possession fo-
BIJ nation groups, summer at special exercises. eral iKnured years.
Iaur aa L aW e Rl t Fhemen have worked an aver.: Every employee with more than
age of 72 hours a week in all cit- 25 years' service was given an '
les of more than 10,000 population engraved certificate and a chair l Squmrrel y Gu
The Tropical Paint Company since 1947. bearin the uu9hg pea. I
and W. T. Coffey entered CurrenUtly, the association said. One of the em;p es. Mrs. Etta, M1-WAUKE Z -(UP)- A.
offers on two Panama Canal a fireman's work week ranges Ramsdell, is retl this year at- rei with a flair for show
M t projects. bidas, for which from 00 hours in cities of ter a rving Harvar slpce 1908. tried to getp a closed
ver w a _ed -T .eay. mor than m0,0 to t2 hours for ac t *lev(i mu u-r,.
A low bid of $ .was entered cities from 10,000 to 25,000. ADJUTANT FAMILY act wIs Ct1 la
by tropieal PaIbt for the interior, A total of 37 cities cut the work WATERTOWN, S. D. (UP) Mra. CMa1r W Haberkorn
aw *f1 ..L _n tift OfB ld-,week lest year. South Debuts American Legion pollee roh-Aerata
_o e M ot0 0 5113W 'headuartera~ elDeves that the rel h adW to' her
ta A Par asns heo a corner on the room t o a sea5 hole
sImteeda law bid of MRS, TO mS 'fice po Itadjutant. Its direct- eaves ai 44 o the
Mq =. ilo4 ory 'shows that SMd Parkilason is of he% wt.
i n WHI'E LAKE. Mich (UP) -adjutant of the Kadoka post; his Th h. Clung
& te|,I I' TS. WLORNABAYNE of White son, Larry Parkinson, is adjutant ar.d W s. l
tsm n Ma bia r h. mother of two children, was at MeLaugbhl; and Larry's cona- ldge. P a ,
Sn bot eeen"Miss White lae" ai Harry a w e s the rescue and
beauty contest. at ie oite


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bites 2fl7 r 5:30 p.m.
FOR RENTp-ChaOs semptely
4ebehod -I2 .tedrm nd er
vas's qietewo. Phone 3-194.
Ave. Jose de Febre" No. 12
(Pesedena).

OR RINT-.- Pe.mished chalkt
2 bedroom, livih rmo dinngl
' roa pm ., kiehmn, gre.
rIsque enuel Lewis Strmet No.
4, Phone -82795.


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NEW YORK, Aug. 3 (UP>I- a shate on its common stock in
eral Motors, t world's1954I. If'Its earn ontinue at
largest nd richest privt ran- their rent spncta u lar rate
ufacturiftc .conco 1 _M l tn t erut t e ret of 195i, hey
ftnanctialtstonAry y-e wIy iltach a rate of $12 a share.
inci common stock I Thpu sual practice is to doe-
vidncd from 11 dis oe Wlidend of about 60 per
in the two previous quat I' cent ofiearnings, so that would
year, mean dividends for the year to-
The giant auto mak firrW:I tling about $7.20 a share.
board of directors t ed up The doctors alo eclaed
last week's announcement of 11.25 a share on th $5 series
world record earnings with the preferred stock and S % cents a
new dividend increase, share on the $3.75 series preer-
Earlier, OM announced plans red, both payable Nov. 1 to
to spit its comm o ock on a stockholders of record Oct.
three-for-one basis. This plan Last Thuraday, OM reported
will be y ted upon by stacklold- record ear i s and ales for
erg at Uthe annual meeting in the first half of the ar. Sales
O h hit a new record record for any private manufac-
h of $5ashare on the Nw turer in the world. Ths con-
York Stock thanu a farew m -la- pared wth $5, 6,0 511 in 1954.
utes before thedirectors an- The net profit for thRe half a-
nounced the dividend, payable mounted to $66,1,952. compar-
Sept. 10 toitoflholders of roe- ed with S415,260,5U got 1954.'
SAu S. The 1.50.dividenddeclarid
the directors wi doeMs ov. 1back acoountzs of .*gemt sto-
on the new dividend rate. holders "


one-third of the old shares but Under thep ood salit.ON
Ithe dividend rate probably will would have a totalof U .
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BOGOTA, Colombia Aug. 1 -
(UP)-Prees .oenaorahl huaseen
relimosed throughout Colombia,
ending nearly two years of rela-
tive freedom for newspapers in
this country.
Reports from various cities
said the censorship imposed
early last'week on opposition
organs here and in Call has
been extended to all the na-
tion's newspapers.
3ven such staunch pro-gov-
ernment organs as El Diarto de
Colombia, ol Bogota, and El Co-
lomblano, of Medellin, said thy
have bee ordered to submit all
editorial material to official eoa-
sort before publication.
The censorship office I the
national capitol reopened todeal
with material Intended for pub-
lication in Boots's newspapers,
and censors were OlBUowd in
the offices of provi l .
No official would comm
formally on the reports but an
unidentfid spokiaa at the
goveoment prop da 1te

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I WHOLYWOOD -(NEA)- 'oly-
wood and-. Grapevizw: It's
stuff wemjh wnen Liberace and
Marie Lease j et Las Vegas hfm
for I a Waek, but I'iing
at a rort'rom J d'
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dioe' Idea of "prefect casting"
I% -documAentation: A recent .mg-
minae -ry on psies in the U.S.
which Athor oseph MiteheUl

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West Coast arnwtormao shesip office. The UieNee 'youW hear
started a long res is everybody ooMing his 'breath.
start out ajainr wi rtn rry amet., TIe central character is a drug
for a series of 50 one~nightes addict.
stprtihg Sept. 10 inI Denver. --
She's schedule ." hKi the east, "Pitrice Wypore. wrote a, qlpse
man.e,.c and south on an itinerary friend that it wps only weariness
that willbuls he; savings aeeuntfrnp her acting chores that kept
--someolgi r ubecentage t "*A 1be from accompanying Errol
Star, i'Born" failed.to- do. FPlynn to New York. Then she
M--- Wded: "I'm married to the most
Elizabt Meoatgomery, Robert's wonderful man in the world and
peacha rem beauty of a I've never- been happier."
daugh r, t i that she has plans -
for an l alediatt hitching to an rFilm cutle Rosemary Bowe s
body after she obtains her Nevada wearing a gold wishbone ring from
divorce fro p Fred Camman. The Bob Stack onlthe set of "The View
pretty blonde ringer for Grace from Pompey's Head" but del
Xelly |s chakidag up Nevada real- to say just what it means,
dence time by spending one day in she'd say about 'her romance on
Las Vegas, flying to Hollywood for Bob and chances of a matu
her scenes. in "The Billy Mitchell *was: "We're both too busy wit
Court Martial," and returning to otn careers to think of a weddig."
the hot dice city the next day to Short Takes: John Derek's five.
repeat the shuttling, year-old Russ starts his education
Eat-Witness: Scott Brady who in a private school in Encino. He's.
enjoyed singing in "Gentlemen the lad who triumphed over a
Marry Brunettes," is askig .(or serious throat ailment that threat-i
more musicals. eed his life. .
-Jerry Lefis' father, Dann, fat The shelved Lwe laMnity" am
turned arthta' manager. His frt Fox (it_was to t o-starred


client is aager Bush Adams.
New twist in the sequel dept.:
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An fl nf luro pruoucer --I-I
register. tle movie title: "The Lilliane Montevecchl MGM'!
Daughter ofa Davy Crockett" and new French pastry, has ten atitt-
"Sister of Davy Crockett." hol with Arthur Loew. Jr. at
-j. t 0y -Iti moviet6wn spots. Hef
DevlsoBt angels. anrbox-of.lee unikhd be engaged to Robert
lures. r p8aUy Year Book lists .it and he's been snked in the
100 Deo" .tles to 15 "Angebs." iftar sweepstakes with Mariua
-- Panab.
Franchot Teoe's considering a .---
produceat with ABC-TV. I The, Liberace piano course
This it l-ed, Mrs. aes: maies its 4but soon. With me-
Jane Russelt role of a p g aincI Ma i truetions in "How
"Tambourine" Is Columia St 1it in"


"This Theatre Guild outfit is turning out som i
mighty attractive worklthese days and that s
for sure." The Panams.American.


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stationsthe we s to be no medl
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ttu iideia's body still wag miss-
in dpe continued dedging in .....
the Parna River. Four police of- ''ir LAS ."
fleer arrested in connection with ANP HAS A CX, ,9; ,
the doctor's,death said they tossed rTOOTHL.6
the bod into the river. we, A
Snte' cityof Eva POMe last







oo untea pote supa Corromise
a bht,..m to prm s- umtn to lto.Ca
gThe t, en on .folt ord a v .
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dS e sstaors. .. liveral of thae* sn cA
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The CCC sat a Cea di tiCoro r*had made ra allwi attempts
tis considered today a Senate WASHNGTO Aug. o(UP)
S rues .t.atomt w yoff.r whon Congress sent a compromise pub
of ovr-~ta d dorm amt c sg housing bill to the W h I t e
us orp a s h Rouse yesterday-h the facet
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wlour en. tuell B. Long 0(D-Lr .) o e i ses, s oa ter r
sa suhi a a purchase "w re T House s complete consur
Il for producers with lnl th co vsil
lhare au mua o the r hand. by vot of to 11. R puli
la .esutson Is naot tinula g d cs, at the urging.of Eisenhower
the CCC snit no us utjt ahadmande ORut aoteG t
CCC ;O,'send it bek top Se te - Vowe
sugar *.tpI.n...s....nized striuoqout features objectionable
thr t" OtO le to the Presidentl..
.the, I I of getting o n JTheb atSObo whh.
wo.dvi, .y o 1 n chf es irv we would vt






S eCunated Beuto me P A tt
W 3W JA tae fso ,c ouls
b CC 1 todal e mp t ,ao p Bu ? ouse OO W..m
aIh Iti&-tane kx ttrein Sme next 12monots. President
Abei ora l at resume l y isnhower hadi d ai ed for 35,0o
would buy most g 'w1 tonso units a year for twq.0years. The
lte abUilhata and Florida. the oSenate's. urigi n a masre called
by cety ov,0er -qo m.uy 5 t00b unita a year for four
hav y accumulated. But' al o m e ..rt.
would likely come also from quo It was ome I remNl D'lihtMr
ta-csmped zugar beet state min public housing tha isl oni
thle west. gresionel action for a U t
ai- g i. and th .. atned.to block adjo rn
an.i ps. But Hous GOP lead
el sarrPreuldhnt Eisenhower op-
Abhorred Cockoach posed- ItR another_ rouns.




.WASHIN Aug.! 3(UP)- started suit for $0,000. It couldn't
the 6ne s-ach-- ois abhorredhave ha to a more dews-
by city dwellers may prve to lug gY.-saprds WW.
,be of some value after all.
The Veterans Administratlonf Some Disa, No Data: Dmitri
slld today that the Insedt may Tiomkip aiming fgr his 4th Oscar
heit In developing ways of w'th the -score-for "Land of the
treating heart dlpease. The ad- Pharohs.".. That was....
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IT- A. ..* JACKSON. Miss., Aug. 3 (UP)- out of both white and colored the plattaomt of the gubeautat'
as. r IN i fiS f Mlssishlppl voters picked their votes, as did Jacksos. the capital candidates. .-
ASW I SA cholo for a new governor today and largest city in the state. They pledged to rWe t ,/
A hA HAl t! / among four .men and a worpan, At Greenville, the largest Della dion, promised .bettaeru O l,
all vdwed segregationists. in a town, the Negro Democratic Club greater lndstrial
..-D ,. Democratic primary hich .Ne- raised funds to haul members of and stricter eeroatestmet i S -.
groes were told was for whites its race to the polls in 40 cars. state's pr.hibftlon laws..
only. Some 30 Negroes voted in the . :
A record turnout of some 425,. city and in Washington County, if none receives a msajuy w
000 voters also balloted on dozens less than a fourth of the qualified the other four, a rmoK wE = 1
of eandidater seeking lesser of- Negro electors. held Aug. 3 between the t-wo ty
Thces. i b t l There was little disagreement in candidates.
Ti he- ve gubernatorial canto- .im.*
R PT) r dates, all vowing to preserve ra- ,u'a.
.:cial segregation conic what may,r
NY 1. -^ ,-|: -wserve Mrs.,Mary D. Cain of Sum- ... .
SNmit, weekly newspaper editor: s I ..| f it i li a rp m oi LU p las...u
'U" -^ .B.Ross Bbmett, c aent Jackson[ yo 9u l duu' II M im ft yo F
SI. i trial lawyer;. Atty, G. J. P.a = -. en ir .- f ,
Slm nn, a career state .official; d t q etd it emN mew be poil m r e
Paul B. Jr hsoa, whoe tlate fta .th-ti-
or wase tovro pad' fotmer
-Govs- w.a eveingWr who rn. fori up..sto mae can make you feel Eo quspkly .t .-
vies v eol ident n m194 on the prettv low. It is caused by over acid in your ui'P A
ttatesRight tcket. d acidity in the stomach. and this .lltheunpl t m a p
k.MNOM' tANP^ Despite the massive turnout, ob. makes you feel sluggish and out ed by stomach psee. T' itAe tt 190
HO Oervers speculated on the number ofsorta, thing in the morning... "- '
U oWU E BACh of Negro voWtrs who would appear mornming tI' s plhaiatdrl.*.
Wli 'S WVIr w IT H ..qgo ro theDelt, to East MisI But there's a simple way of put- tlemrawalmpurlfiesdi-ais
NPo w I mhwniF m D e rt the polls.
Sip Neroe were told their al-ting this right. Pour yourself a forthev O
.____.r r 'e lotso would be challenged d dis- soothing dose of ENO'S Fruit Is parteulaly raeeoem
Sregrdedin the veots'sunit. Satt" and you'll feel better in a Invalids. Kn a bottle nd .- :
CIaaring weather brought sunny few minutes. thei-e. .
r .-" im' ly askieso es to moat pard ot U thostate
H ousingr Di including thI storm-ridden Gult T- .
........ y "" ""s Coast were heavy dowa rs dis.- .. J .,
......~. ~couraged early votig. .any pre- t /
S Iu a cincts reported constant streams
S VW hite nou oft voters unti l th e booths closed
F at 69p.m.
Bu- r3 "'dal There was soea doubt thbt the
tc. camps and federal funds for Negro vote wobld total halt t the
purely local projects. House Re- number of registered Negro voters
lPublican Leader Josp W. Matf -t- 0f--although Negro leaders l
fUn Jr. m I strg appeal for tsfrtheir \ \',m..
SMass said President Elsenhow- raee to cast b o sts as a matter \,k i I .
i er ntihated a pecIesa ilon of siaecaie and not to choose a
Inght ben Albr M.u Cnless -n. e ats-malreadm y sworn to up-he
Sgre produced a satisfactory bill hold segregation. ..
llfore ad r wst sl tat e ,Democratic E executive i .
But Martifn cm specifically ths committee chairman Tom Tubb of
he did not expect a veto. He point- West Point ordered election man. LJ
ed out the President does not have agers in. hi home county of Clay ..
s to use e P Xreovisidns he finds ob. to challenge the votes of any of f'Silft ft t
STetlonablea. i the 10 or 12 qualified Negro voters-' ms l sa
eAs for a Mie special session who might attempt to vote on-'c... ..
-e-tati a pears ;lo-eltd grounds "othe N do not beloia to the,' 5pl recmmend.
lmort-,e public 'ourntm and ot commuis y ip te 9 cn Mr.ssis.'J. f#Iwr *5 .s -" ch

ltiortag e Lhtar Deltars Madyo r en Green aidures vo- -
theomeasurer p e, saidaad l east"five Nesrovotes-
It P le hito .a- present auiority. ers reeived ote from loliva
FHA Che Albert M. Cole join- County commissioners that their- --
ad in-1a .th e effort to hold up ballots were. qualified in ad- ,..
th -bill for alterations. He said vance because they were not. -, ,
r it sabotagess ftc President's pro-m members of the state party. N C4" 7 (0 1 C V I C 1 P
gram" and i- "loaded" with ob- "We will disregard this as a N LE V X '.7 Y pJiJaL VL A l.. A -Z. -
e ectional features. frivolity although I doubt many
P.rado leCo ly, the legislatie iNegroes here will vote in county l-,r,
was .opp"% b gon i election Green said "However,E O I A L O
carrim too much public housgmhthey winlvote on stateoffictes." N o l .43
and that it did net carry as much At least 30 Negroes, long accus-
as the President asked. tomed. to having their votes t i
The fight against the bill was thrown out by c'o u n It y election .
Sled by Rep. Jese P. Wolcott (R- .commissions, cast ballots.
Mich.). who opposed any public Medgar Evers, a filed director .
housing at all. The House onaitted for the National Association for
that section when it first passed the Advancement of Colored Peo. -"+':
the measure. pie, said at least five Negro votes '.
GOP leaders said at the time were challenged at Cleveland, an-
that they w 're counting on t h e otherDelta community. _.
House-Senate conference commit- At other points, however, Ne- ., .....i
Stee to compromise at a fig u r e groes were voting heavily. ---
close to the Piesildent's proposal. Meridian reported a heavy turn- ,

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and Ctgined to do "Heidi" Now, after some false Alarms a
OF W-, ,.I October .. a 14 of auditions., he has a oot
iw wek considering an she's erazy about. She likes "Pa-
i,_, t ,o ,y a female detective. Jpma Game," the part, the people,
"Craig Rice," in a new filmed the-audiences.
aries . On coming Issuer of "This Is more fu k t"is any
'reducWrs' Showkase" (NBC.- thing." she says. "I wish we had
V bgIflI see Frank Sinatra and six matinee a week I Ilke do-
ra Mase Saint in "Our Town," g It as much. And J knew that
perhaps a first TV performance of this is onb the begilnng for me.
r'OMllne," and. in December, a re- I know Pm going forward. I
vl4al of -Mary Marti .in "Peter don't know if it'll be Broadway
Pan" Audrey fepburn col- or the movies or TV, but I know
elected 112,000 for her last movie, Fm going ahead."
"Sabrina." For the one she's It may even be to a farm. The
filming in Europe now. "War and Minnesota girl longs to have a
Peace,' t hti get $50,000 . farm, but first she has one little
.Edgar. Serge, has a new filmed business to work out. She's afraid
abow I the wdrks, a quiz program of animals, and who ever heard of
called "Can You Trust Your Wife? a farmerette who was scared of
Charley McCarthy and Mortimer animals? To conquer this, she's
anerd ask the questions .. Movie embarked on a scientific program.
dell. BRb Morna was signed for a First step is to feed lumps of sug-
- a. ond .mudalic after her success ar every day to the policeman's
I.-a Vagabond King" but her horse on duty in front of the
silg!'g was dubbed in by pretty theater.
Laurie Carroll, a recent Godfrey If you see a pretty girl feeding
Talent Scouts winner. sugar to a horse on New York's W.
a44th St., that'll be Pat Marshall.
Artle Shaw has been asked to And you'll know why.
do the Incidental music Jor the -
coming Broadway play, "The Broadway's laughing about a
Man W ih the Golden Arm." This snob -caught red handed. This
Is the drmatisation of Nelson gentleman, who Is a distin-
Algren'a novel; Arnold "tang guJshed TV personality, ap-
read. Gant Gaither will produce preached a girl model who'd
and Sidney Lqmet direct, done a commercial on his show,
-- .and said he needed a reception-
"It was a nice life," says pretty lit in his office.
Pat Marshall, "but there was "How much does the job pay?"
something massing." she asked. It was a $5-a-week
position.
fl "Thank you very much," she
said, "but I make $15,000 a year
modelling."
The man brightened and turned
on his big money smile. "In that
ROBERT Q. LEWIS (CBERa.- case," he said, "how about com-
): I asked one of the musicians ing to my next party?"
fe'd like to go out to Montauk
with me maid I'd heard the tuna Dave Garrmway's "Today" Is on
were running. "Can't make it,' he for three hours, to account for
said, 'but put a two dollar bet time differences. Naturally, t he
down for me .' third hour is the smoothest, since
S they' done it before. At a recent
staff mee'ntog this was the bright
What she had was a home, hus- suggestion: "Boss, I move we do
band, three children friends. What the third hour of the show first."
was missing was the stimulation __t
of a career. She has that now THE ASPIRIN KID
Pat Marshall is the new leading NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UP)
lady in "Pajama Game," taking Police brought two and one
.aver for.Jais PolM half year old Karen Majewski
Pat was out of show business to New Britain General Hospital
seveo years, "I was, out so lon% I after she swallowed 50 aspirin tab
W forgot my -st. name,' she lets an entire bottle. She was
ML When ae. nto back, they treated and discharged, showing no
istWd her name and dhe said "Pat ill effects.
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fad people i show bm so re
'timalalag. There was nothing
siaelattig out the". So I de.-
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jpW. Her husband encouraged her
"I couldn't hWve done it without
his help." She came to New York,
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jo on the SMeve Ae m show, "To.
might."
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months," she said. "But they just
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NEW YOK (NEA) Trad.
d down the river four years ago
4o the old St. Louis Browns wih
,000 for Stubby Overmire-
ommy Byrne is back as the ace
Sthe Yankees
Byrne opens the big series has
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5011. Favorite Conlrol WHh Havana

Or L r m krson NEW YORK, Aug.--(P)-
Over cO n Corky Valentine, who cpuldn't
do anything right with the Cin-
W sYORK, Aug. -1,g)- cinnati Re ,egs earlier this sea-
gt rooter Tex Sullivan son, appears to have righted
ewrn g a 3-1 underdog who himself with the Havana Sugar
':y ua knockout Monday Kings of the I n t ernational
", League.
Bobby Boyd kayoed alentn, who had a 12-;1
N In the third won-lost record In his rookie
zpid.i New York. And Sulli- year in the majors last season,
aji Ji gsOd will fight again was sent down to regain his con-
i .;.'or 1t. His opponent trol and Tusd2ay night he show-
wI-i Troy, Holly Mime ed his old stuff In hurling the
'i o. $avage. Mims and Sav- Sugar Kings to a 2-0 victory over
SiMfl day night in Salt the Columbus Jets. it was Val-
I fLty.. entine's third win against four
Tantlht, former heavyweight losses and the club's eighth
shaI ion x rd Charles fights straight. He permitted the Jets
S nOM7y hurricane Jackson, five hits.
lhayle Is a heavy (5-11) 'favor- Havana, whose pitchers have
ithe (televised) Syracuse thrown 57 shutouts this season,
A loss would ruin the now trails first- lace Toronto by
eas comeback campaign and three and one-half games and
'tend the 34-year-o d vet- second-place Montreal by one
Sinto retirement. and one-half.
T.1d__ also is-q big day for The Sugar Kings scored their
d bo g managers. Their first run without benefit of a
a wIopen in New York hit in the second inning and tal-
Ibatore the State Athletic lied their second run in the
Sn The four sre Char- third on singles by Valentine
l aue, Cus D'Aznato, Bobby pompeyo Davalillo and Rafael
| elnck and Bobby )Ielson. The Noble.
0mi at suspended them five
i go terfuing to testify The use Chietfs bared& aI
:te International pe"ing 5-4 ,wn. bvr the Richmond .ir-
i .;t inattarer's ori.'-.i- nattI tWI IOnnlp whote the
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P orkwhe the Kentucky Derby wla-
in Amrican Dery, Aug. 20. The big chestnut is
M-Eg ~to tacklek Nashua In their widely-ballyhooed match



| 'PLOTA MERCANTE

SOLOMBIANA, S. A.
*c l at Cristobal For:
u = ANL G POTS U. L A.
tIlags* Rmy Flifteen Days for:

Houston and New Orleans
f, fiu: KTve Tea Days for:

w York I- jladelphio Baltimore
(0.ur ItACBUZ and TAMPICO
'.emy aiz weeks)
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L.BOA to CENTRAL


He'd get by with 96 and hardly
would be wet under the arms.
"I was really fast, pitched
games where I didn't throw any-
thng other than the fast- ball
more than four times. I had the
hard one, used it to get the other
fellows out. I had 15 game seasons
that way, but also led the league
hit the comeback trail.
Byrne combined two systems to
in bases on balls."r
"It stands to reason that I
can't throw as hard at 35 as 11
could at 30,'" ay the Baltimore'
Irishman who went to Wake For-
est and makes his home there.
"There isn't as. much elasticity Il
my arm. So when the Yankees I
gave up on me, I started fooling,
around with the slider and throw-
in- at different speeds. It takes al
while to perfect this, you know.
"I was while playing in Vene-
zuela the winte before last. that
I acquired the knack of pitching
the way I do now. Hitting is tim-
ing the ball. Pitching is untiming
the hitters. I recalled how b a t-
tars used t. swing at my hard
one when the banl was in Yogi
Berra's glove. The same batters
swung at Lopat's motion and stuff
before the ball got to the plate.
They couldn't wait.


"I decided to try it both ways.
In that way, maybe I could hit
upon a pitching pattern that
would be the prescription for
what I had left. Anyway, I'd have
a variety and could pace myself
so'-ewhat."
Byrne didn't learn how to
pitch until he got tired.
"In Venezuela and Seattle, I
played the outfield and first base
and pitched every fourth day.
Between the two places and fin-
ishing with the Yankees last year,
I pitched more than 500 Innings
and played twice as many in toe
outfield and at first base.
"I had to conserve my energy.
and with that came the relaxation
and control I lacked in the past.
I started getting a piece of the
plate with my extra pitches -
the change up and the balls
thrown at different speeds."
When Byrne was swapped to
the Little Brownies on the first
leg of what was to be considers-
byi traveling, he authored a ma-
S piece entitled, "It's fmst To
TcAn Ex-Yankee." 0
"I wasn't mad at anybody" he
recollects. "It wa just my way
of saying that I would continue to
make a buck without the Ya n-
kees."
Tommy Byrne did-so well that
he is now trying to keep the Yan-
kees in t',e more important mon-
ey.

Nine So. Cal

Games On TV


LOS ANGELES (NEA) -South-
ern California football fans will
get nine opportunities to see the
I1S5 varsity in action.
This includes the Trojans' three
: appearances on lo c a I television
screens. In eight of the nine ap-
earances there will be no con-
flct with any other televised foot.
bull attraction. The game t h a t
Southern California followers will
not be able to see without going
out of town wIL be the Minnesota
engagement in Minneapolis. This
one will be broadcast to the Lo
Angelep area.


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FOUL BALL-New York Yankee catcher Yogi Berra g after a
foul pop-up by Chicago White Mox Orestes "M'nnie aos
umpire Nestor Chylack follows the play In the first nnint .of a
game played at New York. The bal went out of play. Chicago
won the game 3-L.
INEA Telephoto)


Scott Frost Odds-On


Favorite To Triumph


In 30th Hambletonian
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GOSHEN N.Y.- (UP)-Scott
Frost, a high-steping trotter
from California, is such a heavy
favorite for today's Hambleton-
Ian that some horsemen in this
sleepy little New York hamlet
aren't even betting on the out-
come.-
Instead, most of the wagering
is centered around the whining
time#
Hoot Mon, who sired Scott
Frost, holds the Hambletonlan
record of two minutes flat for
the one-mile Pn around the
te-shaped Ood Time Park
track.
However, many m pro of
the harness rac lsgathring
here for the 30th running of te
"Hayseed Derby" think Hoot
Mon'u son has the stuff to smash
that record today. In fact, Scott
Frost already has a pair of two-
minute miles to his credit.
The speedy bay colt, owned by
Sol A. Camp of Shatter, Cal.,
turned In a 2:00 mile at Lexing-
ton, Ky., last autumn and dupl-
cated that feat last week In the
Hambletonlan Prep at Vernon
Downs, N.Y.


No two-year-old trotter ever
before had uncorked a "nilraleW
mile" and no Hambletonlan can-
didate ever came Into the trot-
ting classic with two such ef-
forts to his credit.
5o that's what the Iongshot
stabbers wi have staring them
In the face as they search the
records for a horse to beat the
Clforna omet.
DeMspte Scott Frost's splendid
rerd, which shows four victor-
ies In four races this year, .10
other three-year-old trotters will
join the post parade foe the first
eat at 4p.m. NST.
Scott Frost will be aoo-mpi
a4d by a pair of rugged a e-
mates, Butch Haaover aid
Home Free, while Leopold Han-
over Colbymlte, wayahead, In-
dian Raider, ChUlds Hanover,
Galophone, Flemington and Ar-
villa Hanover round out the
field.
The Camp entry was being
quoted at 3-5 in the pre-race
offs, while Galophone is the sec-
ond chola at 4-1 and Childs
Hanover the 6-1 third choice..


2-Year-Olds Arrive And


Big Horses Pop Up At Spa


By HARRY GRAYSON
SARATOGA SPRINGS N. Y. --
(NEA) Thorouiabreds once
more are being saddled under the
trees at old Saragota.
It is at the upstate Spa that
two-year-olaids arrive and big hors-
es pop up for the first time. A
year ago it was Nashau and you
could head a long list f Hopeful
winners which went on to great
things with Native Dancer. Th
colt which figures to do best in
the three-year old classics the
next year usually emerges from
Saratoga's traditional juvenile e-
vents-The Flash, The United
States Hotel, The Schuylerville,
Saratoga Special, The Sanford,
Grand Unlor and The HopefuL.
Determine and Swaps demon-
strated that California must pow1
L- considered in the-developmentI
pattern. Chicago is a pro ving
ground too, and this crop has it
out with the Barrtoga survivors
when the repl racing begins Inthe
fall meeting at Belmont Park.
A TWOWEAR-OLD IS bing
nursed and schooled until A' t
and there will be more new names
than ever a' Baratoga this sum-.
mer.
Thin is dueto the fact that
youngsters L llad have
been retarded bI e orme, coughing
which was rece tly
up. Half ti S W0e Mo New York
trak are two-year4lds and some
400 o them JAn rgla to the post
at Saratoga.
Snow, Stable's

forleson 0V -o
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dOf owr s t


Polly's Jet and the Lilyann Sta-
tie's Getthere J a ck practically
have had a lock on the more im-
portant eastern fixtures yet be-
cause of the coughing they have
n': beaten much. Polly's Jet just
did manage to edge the son of Bl-
melech at Belmont Park.
E. GAT DRAKE'S SWOON'S
SON co e the 14450 .Ar ing
ton Fut by three lengths, but
this son of The D ge, out of
Swoon, was beaten by Getthere
Jack at Gultstream Park, and off
his Florida form is anything but
a stickout. -
Calumet Ftm juveniles u s t
started campaigning Chicago.
Captain Morgan, by Bull Lea, dut
of Two Bob, won handily, could be
rel good. Iiver Divide Farm's
Decathlon, by the big sprinter 0-
lympia, has been scoring In *ew
England, bounced down in front
at Monmouth Park on the New
Jersey shore,

I a C.-D la -I I -t .
or,, ,- te ... f
or e.t uga I1n
two raes, but was not m e.
The- -.thing conequene
in the Far Welt.
W what title two-y dd rae.
in =L bema.. to -date, it Is
remasmaa to asum ,that the
c has nwt yet asserted

Saratoga again ed ten te
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ds wlu meet In thrsk fit
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HARRY C. ALE MNDER, Ca-
nal Zone department director
of Veteran of Foreign Wars..
Alexander will accompany the
teener ball team on Its Jaunt
to Hershey, Penn. A civilian
employee of the Navy, Alexan-
der has been a resident of
Panama for 18 years, main
his home In San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama. Alexander
has been the youth director for
this year and has been very.
active for many years in the
affairs of the VFW. He is a
member of post-40, ad ais
native city to Penn. He
also is a national committee-
matt in the VFW organization
In the other bracket ClGvis, Cal

N6rth andIS Wardmiiu.. S
nessee, Oeorgia Florida ad
sisipp And either Elgin,
-g champion, r Chiea o
Heights will meet eatree, e*.
braska.
The reason specific teams have
not been designated is that elimi-
nation tournaments are in prog-
ress in different areas to deter-
mine district champs. Up to date
only four definite selection have
been reached, namely, Clovis, Cal.
ifornia; Beatrice, N braskka;
Winnabory, Louisiana; and the
Canal Zone.
It will t4ke a winning streak of
four games for the CaIal Zone
Teenirs to be crowned hamlions,
while any of the other teams,'wth
the exception of Winnabory w 11
have to gain only three victories.
In the event, the Canal Zone
loses in the first roMadrthey will
have a chance in- the consolation
round, where they would have to
win two games to gali the te
of "consolation" crown.
The local committee has not an-
nounced the final results of to e
fund raising campaign inasmuch
as several projects are s,t11 In
progress. The- quota of $250
should be reached before tps a m
sails for the states this Saturday,
aboard the S. S. Cristobal.


Tribe Has First Sacker As


Fain's Knee Passes Test


BALTORe I used to rb them, force
,BALTIMORE- (NEA) Fear-..em. above the kneecap; and
less Ferris Fain, who wasn't certhen tape he so they w o u d
tain;.f- anything when .the Detroit stay put.
ITiger. gave h a im k slp a f .
im soth. F,now j"u.i.ly .re-1 o A was operated upTon
diet, ITm sure cango a the twice. The chips wereremoved
Iw and what Fain described as a
He was securely p'ked first ldec -ed it" in the e joint
base for the Cleveland Ian.. Was ea out. He was all right
"Honest, my s eating then until h got mad and kicked
stronger," he tells ayou. The big a. bag In 151, breaking hisleft
test was that time I stole scood foot.
base and had to hit thebag with A stupid stunt" he remem
my right foot ri as alasta ber mournful. We e
to at but when I did, RBVB

ge tt esl h oa J the cnae b r e lay.
Fa knee Is og lived, and a to lea te leue and led it
M t inpir Itis a galia 192.
trite to his oapestise ustit The scrappy sen of Texas feels
that he's stl agoutd, that .indens such as the bag
"I had my first tteble after kekAg episode have helped to
the Atletics drafted me from give him the reputation of be-
San Francisco in 17m," he relates. ng an incurable hothead.
"We were doing squattng exer- "I don't like the reputation of
ises in sprint train being a brawler" erris Fain
squatted and just sta at says. "Sure, I had an argument
way. The knee locked." on that bus while still with De-
The trouble than was case of trolt, July 4, but there's differ.
oatin chips and Fain was able nfe between an argument and a
to playhis first season only ,by rawl. haven't had as much
an amawng device. tIubl4 they say, but you get
"Couple f those. hps. re. so a reptaon and hhaeto live
big I was able to feel the little- with it."


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NEOW YORK Au. 3 (UP)- PrOussWmal dd
Smakehrai .Vas nmade the second-pbcs Yankee
74 fav~t w to win the Amerca* League pen
nant ad fit ooki Uk th. knew what they were do-
ing wle~~i e .t*iM _r in the tli ptcah break
tap a b&aqi e 1We Jn Chlm did lait Wisht.
Going t last nigt' .a amA .j tia.,y fiv. .w .In the night.
with tla Indians, Colms-wa lw -. .
man on tha Yaal tote -p Ie a hrt- hl
With an uonimp..g. wverag o a a e rdith his.
2.0era durth aiddalahidf the season to
(oflins began boosting that help the Cls beat the FPirateil 12.
mark with a hoMe run tohe lrt 4. WanI 3uld ,ter was the
lmin *d by t e b *eit bh key. blow I -ra fifth inning
wood homer th egame in the for ChicaLo. Bob Rush was the
lith, the YV.es ahd a sorel- winning pitcher.
needed 2-1 w y and .his aver-
age was M .. Th miar k is Joha Ant ael.i hurled hits
Sthe i among aYankee shtusto t .te r n M 4.e-
S 'MR =oS! Rla b at W h S Lit ard b-its.
"'or CosUteeond circuit, and .
his third 1 the game snapped / ,
S-all deaso& that existed since Gym E lublAIbo i
the first Iini.ng and kept the be N CIm


Yankees hot on u- t sh s .m I -
ly one game behind the pace-set-
ting,White Sox, who sq u eak eda
through to s. F1 triumph over thq
Red Sox.


Southpaw Topmy la e 01-
duelled garly w n the Tan.
kee victory, yMae g Clevelamd'-
onl na ain Be Irst Ialag on a
leo-f triple by Al Smith .nd a
sacrifice fly by Bobby Avila.
Gangling Connie Johnson was
the winning, pitcher for the White
Sox although he departed in the
ninth after Jim Piersall singled
with two out. Faye Throneberry
then tripled off Morris Martin but
Dixie Howell came in to get Ed-
die Joost for the final out. Jim
Rivera's fourth inning homer
proved the winning margin.
The Tigers blew a six run lead
and then another two run lead
but rallied for three runs in the
ninth to lick the Senators, 13-10.
Harvey Kuenn paced Detrol't 17-
hit attack with two doubles and
two singles while Joe Coleman,
the fourth Tiger hurler, was cred-
ited with the win.
Left-hander Bill Wight, discard-
ed by half the teams m the Amer-
ican League limited the Athletics
to four hits while pitching the last-
lace Orioles. to p 5-1 decision.
altimor "atalid -bsurIK

with aV .fift 341hmer.
In the NitionLegIf, Mitwau-
kee rallied for four runs in t h e
eighth inning to defeat first-place
Broorklyn, with the help of Ed,
4'i Mathew.' 28th and 2thomr
ers of the campaign., Don Z iM-
-mer'c throwing error with two out
in the eighth enabled the Braves
to score their winning runs. Duke
Snider slammed his 36th homer in
the fifth frame off starter Bob
Bu hl.
Cnlacinnati stretched its wI .t
ain streak to seven straiht
ames beallng PhiladelpA
twice 20 and 4-0 In a twilight
twin Ul,
Gus Bell drove in both runs in
the opener and three more runs
in the nightcap with his 17th and
1oth homers. Johnny Klippstein
hurled his first shutout since 1052
in limiting the Phils to six hits
An the first game while Joe Nux-
hail posted hi. 11th victory in


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NATION ALK LEAGUE
TEAMS -; -W et. s -
Brookraf .Y.' 4
Milwaukeq .,59 46 .5 13/%
New y4rk5....5 50 52.16
Philadelphia,1 IW A -82 S
Chica.o ... ft .4 222
incmnatt .i 56 A47 23
t.LOUs,,...46 p .4462
Pittsburgh s..o. s .364 4
WTODAT'8 GAMES
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N).
Ne* York at St. Louis (N)
Phla. at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2)
TYSTERDAY'S RESULTS
pittsbargh 300010000- 4 8 21
Chicago 10 062 10x-12 13 0O
Law, Littlefield (4-9), Pepper,I
Martin and Atwell. Peterson.
RuSh (7-8) and Chitl.
(First Game,
w York 000100020-3 10 1
L.Lpl 000oo00oo-0 5o 1
Anonelli 9-13) and Katt
Sckltdt (-|3), LaPalme,
Wright sid urbhisk.-

hla la. 000 000-0 4 0
0tl 00 001 01Ix--2 I O
Ne! < (343), Kussava, Meyer
mKl pelin (3-6) and Burges.

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N AND W.-.Robert Mo. .
Lmeoning, M., reminisces about the 31
ha seven oteb A icanm Lague thae2ns
Sand anotr wi n ague S aso

Playground Sports ||


'" Representatives from the Ancot
gn Inmasium and the host gymna-
S nn l slum of Margarita swept the an-
Sla ed 'onig enual Table Tennis champion ship
Awards sponsored by the Physi-
1 I cil Education and Recreation
At C- risobal branch of the Schools. Action
tII \-- l lOl started at 9 a.m. Friday, in the
Margarita Gymnasium and con-
tinued until oon when th four
winners were declared.
Tonight at 7:00, the pmnetic Ancon, Balboa, Diablo, Gatun,
and tumbling teams wl perform Gamboa, Cristobal aloen with
at Cristobal Oymnaslum. The Margarita had boys and gi rls
program will consist of nine competing in the 14 year and up
events, including archery trick and under 14 age level contests.
shooting -and game relays. Practice sessions paid off for ma-
Some of the outstanding per- py of the contestants; elose
former will be W. Basso, E. P.- scores -in many of the games au-
bon, R. Lowe, D. Hause, J.-Hall, thenticate that statement.
J. McOaughey and John Blevins. Fred Leslie of Ancon began he
The irls tumbling team will older boys' games with a close
include Elizabeth Hanna, Bren- win from John Brackins, Cristo-
da Collins, Rosemary Reardon bal. Bracking weqt into the lead
and Rachael Van Dyke. with a forehand drive that just
conin't miss. However, steady
So tonight's the. night to see laying by Leslie stopped that.
the Oym Exhibition. Admission William Jarvis, Gatun, and George
will be free to everyone. Come Wetzel, Mararita .traded shots
out to see your children perform and the left-handed style of Wet-
their skillsand thrills on the ap- el proved too much for Jarvis.
paratus and mate. Defendig champion Michel (Wan.
during) ohmand met Leslie in
the semi-finals and started his
Al0 g The airWOys game as if he meant to retain the

Al ngr'the Th +' w o e.'on d.W el'
-Gfg4 g Leslie swed tb' e

I southppw tactics proved bother.
The weather man finally came some to Leslie for a time in thb
through for a sunny golfing day finals but not enough for the stea-
for the gals on the 28th of July. dy player.
We all enjoyed the Points Tour- Nancy Middleton, Diablo brush.
nament and hit away, despite ed by Caroline Holgerson, Gam.
th a dereoot boa and Beverly Austin, Anon to
e mu tine reach the finals of the Irls' 14
Bee Fish came in first with t years and under division. Marie
points and Barbara Rhoades was Bleakley, Margarita set the stage
iscoand w ath 31 points. pefo her meeting with-is M.
k w the f ball wit deton by disposing of Dorothy
pus. C ratulatons irlis! Felolise, tob and Lilian Hi.
Aputts. gtti i Medal Gatn. Middleton employed
Py Tournament with handi- an effective drop-shot to win the
cap allowed o, i haven't fit game from Bleakley in the
ap owith us before, come finals but Marie rallied to win go-
rplayed at eight clock n aing away the final two games of
round about eight o a'clok a the match.
you'll have lota of fun, always Jean Chambers Margarita won
new people to meet and a differ- the older gir g b e i
crt Gnm every Thursndy. Stay Mandy Donhue of Cristobal in
for lunch and cuss and discus contests featuring the backhand
the shots you could have made. flick of Donohue and the forehand
See you Thursday chop for by Chambers.
Boys under 14 had their hopes
shaken early when Roy Culbreth,
Aneon set a fast pace to do away
with all opposition and won from
Warden French. Balboa in the fi-
nals. Jack Pearson, Diablo ap-
S arid to be on his merry way
-IW*" s 'the finals in his games with
Srench. He quickly took Warden
- lIn Le first game, built a lead in
thesecond but lost when French
"s- -- mashed volleys to oppositei
AME CAN AGUE The s es: (Boys over 14). Les.
M w L e. lie~ eftated Brackins, Cri
,.EAB ,W.. "-1-32. W t, Marga.-
......43. 39 -64 rit we fm Jarvis Gatun 21-13;
New ... 41 06 4 -1N. Lie trounced Nohmand
Cle ...R 42 .N. BalIboa 1.IB -, Leslie awarded
....... 44 .T 4 champimip with win over Wet.
Det .....A.. 47 M4 I .- 21-19.
Kana City .,43 61 S.411 1 (Girls over 14). Chambers, Mar
Wash ngton .25 68 .'40 % arta pushed aside Morency,
Baltimore ....31 71 0431 Gambos 214; 21-11. Donohue,
- Cristobal was victor over Cu n-
BAWGOAMES unbghtnm, Gatui 19-21; 21-10 12-17.
k .t n the finals. Chambers took Don-
N'ew W. k ohue n2t.t; IA11-
Detry Oft (N) (Boys under 14). French, nea-
t sCity otE rtv-N) sure of aBlevinsa Cristobal 21- 14;
--- 14-21; M-a Cuibreth went by Da.
YESTEBDAn B RSIaTm. mian, Gatmn 21-14- 21-11. French
(Night Gamey rallied to take eJaa Peerso., Dia
Chicago 001100 000- 7 0 bl 13-1; 1 5-1: 4-. Cuibreth,
Boston 000000 001-1 7 0 Aneon a warded championship
Johoton (4-1), 3fartln, Howell with veta from Frech 21 19;
and Loilar. 1-9.
Brewer (8-9), Kinder and (Girls under 14). Chambers In
White. two games over orency, Gainm-
boa 1-8; 21-11. Mandy Donohye
Cleveland 100 000000 0--1 7 won two, of three from Cunninms
Now York 100000 1-2 9 0 l.m, Gateun 1 ; -10 21-17. D
Wynn (13-6) and egan. i to amper Margari
BnlM (10-2) anden. ta f ife mXflm -11.

Wash. 10100M 1 7 1
SMroMSk, 0ter, A*lr, Cole-
.caia sPa,;: i' Chakates, I
Ramon (2-3), Stone and Court-
n(S am -


win (t-ln. Matzwl, O.' Bd4Wbute.Of 4 -4
ad nl-i.ck. mutim torOe 01 tu-.* 10 0
al 11-8) and Batte. -J R. rhanta (4-9), Pricamo and
Astroth. W. Shant. --
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by

Dan Daniel


As Dany Vance put It the other day when he was inducted
Into the Hall of Fame at Cooperatown, "getting into this place
is tougher than sneaking by St. Peter through the pearly gates."
Set up 20 years ago, the diamond pantheon lists only 79 oc-
cupants. In their annual elections, the writers may consider
only who were active within the last 25 years. A winner must
show at least 75 percent of -the total vote cast.
. The old-timers' committee, which screens candidates who
functioned more than 25 years ago, meets every other year,
and may not designate more than two men.
There have been complaints that the restrictions on the
writers and the committee are too rigorous. There are loud and
insistent calls for softer regulations and many more heroes mn
the Cooperstown shrine.
To those who shout for a more thickly populated Hall of
Fame, let me present the latest choicee, 21 of them, for foot-
ball's "Gallery of the Gods," which will be built on the Rutgers
campus at New Brunswick, "when funds are available."
In three elections conducted by an honor court, the gridiron
pantheon has accumulated no fewer than 127 designees, 88 play-
to find available.
At this rate, the honer court will pile. up at least 400 heroes
within a decade. To house ilaques honoring all the choices and
the tremendous collection of football memorabilia, will require
a vast edifice costing more money than the enterprise is likely
to find available.
The honor court is advised to slacken its pace and curb its
eagerness. Make it a truly outstanding distinction to get into
this company of gridiron Imnmortals, No, ot a mere 79 in 30
rs ,btball prqsentsa ad uch.noi%.UuIrou aB field. 6f
ce andlftts .th Ios y e.all...ButeiOUOT "y the wholesale
mig hur t the gridiron enterprise. the wholesale
'Mind. I ani nut knocking down the gumfications of the 21
men who just hive' been named for th- foot all shrine. There
lsn't one among the lot who does not deserve the high distinc-
tion. But the pickers are feeding the luminaries to the public
faster than it can assimilate them.
OLIPHANT DESERVES. GLORY
I am especially delighted that the honor court finally has
named Elmer Oliphant, Army halfback, 1916-1918, I saw tiis
husky, fast-moving and eminently courageous operative in ac-
tion on many occasions, and long have believed him West Point's
No. 1,
Another new selection which emphatically gives honor where
it is deserved is that of Alexander Wojciechowiczs, Fordham's
pivot !i 1936 and 1937. and one of the famous Seven Blocks of
Granite.
Rather belated, I think. is the obeisance to Gen. John Reed
Killpatrick, Yale's great end of 1908-1910. However, the honor
court doubtless has had to Rgo a bit slowly with Yale candidates,
as it had named seven in its first two elections. With Kilpatrick
apd Clint Frank among the newcomers, Old Eli has the distinc-
tion of having more stars in the Hall of Fame than any other
institution.
BATTLES UNDERRATED
It was a thrill to find the new entry list headed tby Cliff
Battles, so well known to New York's older generation of grid-
iron fans. Cliff, halfback at West Virginia Wesleyan 24 years
ago, was one of the most underrated heroes of the game. Tne
fact that he did not represent a big school worked against Bat-
ties in his varsity days.
Freddy Sington, Alabama tackle in 1930, will also be remem-
bered by baseball followers. Stlgton was quite an outfielder as
a collegian. But when he got his chance in the majors, that
little old' curve got in its dirty work.
The election of Bobby Grayson, Stanford fullback of 1935,
Is of New York interest because, for one thing, Bobby's uncle,
Marry, the ebullient and Irrespressible sports writer, who used
to be on the World-Telegram and Sun and now is NEA sports
chief, RBobby's election will enable Harry to cease making those
fiery nomination speeches.
Harry Smith. Southern California guard. Cute Spears, of
Dartmouth, who qualified as a coach as well as a lineman, Ace
Parker, Duke's notable back, Dave Schrtiner, one of Wisconsnms'
al-time ends, Buck Flowers, Georgia Tech halfback, eBattle
Feathers, Tennessee marvel. Roy Mercer, old-time Penn fullback,
Davey O'Brien, TCU quarter--all move into the gridiron pan-
theon, their glories highlighted for a generation which knew
not so many of them.


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Toronto ..... 70 45
Montreal .... 66 45
Havana .... 48
Rochester .. 56 58
Syracuse .. 55 50
Columbus ... 51- 63
Buffalo .... 4 66
Richmond 43 72


Pet. GB
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.4A3 144
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YESTERDAY RESULTS
Buffalo 000 330 001-7 7
Rochester 020 000 000-2 3 0
Stump; Hahn (4) and streuli;
Markell, Blajlock (6) and Rand,
White (6), WP-Hahn. LP-Mar-
kell. HR-Kress.


(10 innings)
Syracuse 200 Ol 000 1.
Richmod 0000120100-
Lovenguth, Nipper (6
(8) and Command;
Thompson (8), Volselle
St. Claire. WP-Zinker.
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Columbus
Havana


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Wheat, Haag (8) and ,Lake-
man, Erautt (8); Valentine and
Noble. LP-Wheat.

The Hl Parade

MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS
By UNITED PRESS
(Based on 250 official at bats)
LEADING BATTERS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player and elub g ab r h Pet.


Kaline, Det.
Kuenn, Det.
Smith, Cleve.
Kell, Chicago
Fox, Chicago
Power K City


102 404
94 401
104 420
86 289
102 413
102 393


C'Nella, Bkln. 81 393
Ashburn,'Phll. 90 379
Klus'ski, Cin. 104 408
Snider, Bkln. 102 371
Burgess, COn. 80 283


61 121
61 124
74 129
90 117
47 89


HOME RUNS
Snider, Dodgers ......... 36
Kluszewaki, Redlegs ..... 35
MaFJ. Olaat .......... 34
Bank, OGib ............, S-
Mathews, Braves ....... 39
RUNS BATTED IN *
Snider, Dodgers ........ 10
Ennis, Phillies .......... 84
Boone, Tigers ........... 83
Mays, Giants ........... 81
Klunsewaki, Redlegs ..... 79
Banks, Cubs ........... 79
RUNS.
. Kaline, Tigers ........... 94
Snider, Dodgers ......... 9o
Mantle, Yankees ........ 84
Smith, Indians .......... 80
Mays, Giants ........... 79
BITS
Kaline, Tigers .......... 142
Kuenn, Tigers ......... 133
Smith, Indians ......... 132
Kluszewskl. Redlegs .... 120
Post, Redlegs ..... ..... 129
PITCHING
(Based on 10 Decisions)
W L Pet.
Newcombe, Dodge r 18 1 .947
Byrne. Yankees ..... 10 2 .833
Donovan, W.S8....1.. 3 4 .765
Loes, Dodgers ...... 9 3 .750
Erskine. Dodgers ... 9 4 .692


By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: There is on. out
and a runner on third. The bat-
ter lifts high foul near the dug!
out. The catcher gets It, then faUls
into the dugout. The runner tags
up and heads for the plate. But
the catcher recovers and throws
him out. The offensive team pro-
tests that the runner is safe. Who
is right?-Arthur Mendenez.
Answer: He's safe. When the
e&tcher fell Ito the adugout the
runner atomatieally was entitled
to one base. If, however he had
stepped into the dgout, the ran.
aer was on his own.
Q. Where was Nelson Burbrink,
the surprising catcher for the
Cardinals, when the season start.
ed?-Lou Renz.


A. He wa, at Reekester ntil
eklled up n June 4.
Q. Was there ever a left-hand.
e' catcher in the big leagues?-
Jimmy Slatery.
A. John Climents was a left.
bhade. catcher with the Pila.
deiphs Natlesals from 1184
through '97, fInLa hag up with th
t. Le40, Cvleand and M Bati
c' ha the next three years,.
Q. What was the largest lead
beld by a team at one point ot a
game they eventually bto?-Mor.
rig Left.
A. That's not ava tble, but Be
Gciao, JI S, II, 3 hao -
n4 lead ver- a -C smb at
BLe ad at ltre o s -n il
. oa Ame M W aI l
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youIng .boas iurbr scuffed t h
dirt around the pitcher's moun
with Ai. lke, pured dowh th
alley for the sl from Wes-Wes
rum.
Catcher Westrum of the Gilal
wiggled his fflners for the chual
of pace.
Paul Glie shook him off.
"The pitcher, Pohoh i h is


change-of-pace call.
-5 II "Oh wel," mued Giel, "here
-4 8 0 goes nothing."
a Zier Poholsky swung mightily, and
darde' a the ball drifted lazily over his
(10) and bat and nlo--nto Westrum's.tmt.,>,


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wed d rt looked for II

Russians All Outlooked fo
Westrum waggled his fhapu4
for another change f Dice.
For Olympics ".What,- ga
a pitcher two A.io
ups in a row? Theeat U ,
EAST LANSINO, Mich. (NEA) have got him. after Itea
-New confirmation of r e p o r ta pitch, I don't dare shake bin at
that Russia ib -ulling out a1l *stin< I CuaIa. I'a k., .- .. W
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to win the I6 lympic Games hope for thebest. 'hos ta
comes from the coach of a Unit- ers better be deep and- rady.r
ed States swimming team which .: r y ,-
returned from an exhibition tour Giel went back into an ete
of Europe and the Near East. ed windup, came across thbabe
quarter armed and took sa oma-L
"Everywhere we received re- thing off the ball just before mw o
ports o tremendous official ef. leasing It.
forti being put forth by the Rus- -
slan government to assure top Poheblky, swinging with thi T
permances in Melbourne," says movement; caught a piece of Ibgyis
Charles McCaffree, veteran Mich. this time, but only enough l
igan State swimmmi coach, "re- send a pop fly to the infield. tt
ports indicate clearly that the "That," says Giel. "is whaf-
Russians have made almost un- you've got to learn to be a masko t
believable progress since the 1952 leaguer to be one thought ,a,,
Olympics and especially in swim- head of the next man.
ming." "Wes later told me that Peholk W
sky had been hitting line driver'
off fast balls all afternoon-t T
NO HELP WANTED came on in relief. He was a :&
up for slow stuff. ':...
COLUMBI S. C. (NEA) "I don't think I'll be ha
Sou'h Carolina expects to field the catcher off for some ti 6-6
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total Of 42 nuclear reactors nd-your readins In a g catteellite program. .s start after World War U. Prime Minister Shger Yashidae desire to negotiate a solutionofa
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At~d covered 32 nations known to is. an iatitt's Conception of a Both.men expressed a.Into theoePerl Harber debacle.ceace
,be engaged in atomic activity. baby space station which, ac-. an ProfessorK L ioni d..den e.'so Mosael f S o ap-__Racy ....ear......Inohing, nrtonaein.ewspaer Te.S a 25MEl s wicaadUVtCdl
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sna nnihlliss Huff 'left a note wh h when the Hullsnote wasopresent- 1952.t fOo r ae few dayoosM The pooln s
aim read:o ed to the Privy council, supremeo-t
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I M.LWAUKEE, Wis., Aug. 3 The convention could de frock cliles of scllturl interpretation" P
(UP) -A young Lutheran minis- him or merely rqpramsnd him. which guided Martin Luthet, by
ter was offlela&ly suspended for Crist vacatioing- near Laona, doubting some miracles nd ta
: UP) -A yun uthea n mini. f imor W mverey; -r -n hm [he @redMrin Lte,
U heresy todas and another ministerlWis., romb hio parish at nearby tr usfigurati, and ascensilmn 'of
Uwas ordereC to stand trial on IDurham 'vas informed of the sus- Christ. and by denying that Adam
similar heresy charges. pension ) the UnIted Press, was responsible for man'r sintful.
The Rev. George Crist Jr., found ,"This. gp of men has estab- ".
guilty last week on nine counts of lished their own ein ples as Cri mainatained that these
s and oh so ~etrs : deviation," was not i- those- o sa d th, : fat etWith
fled of hia sstpenilon in a letter aren't 14 said, .lasM Crist.
from Dr. Paul Bishop, president "They are co..l?- resed i
of the Northwest Synod of the U. ane wh .Lett',i Chrisd bamf,
united Lutheran Church of the" I1 Mi 7at. it is bu t =A views e
a misuse 9seipr Sand abuse of ma m life.
g p At the came time, the Rev. John the Ltherat 'VIit at the scrip-l
rtberding Menominee FaI sre," e I t isa a believed to agree
*Wis., a close personal friend of s. . y mtts
Crit. wa ordered to stand trial mtt e are wrong or, ef the charges against him,
-on similar charges. -E, ntane my wnot e discolsed,
I vhn i l think, that he would Z etm
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