The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00826
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00826
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13 Prisoners

Ta Austrians

@ A. Aj~rAug. 6--(tlP
v so today turn-
oner of e *ar and cvlias
for yes In Russia for al-
War criae.
The Austri arrived at Voes-
u, south of Vienna, early today
Iearcd a train. Soviet. authori-
ties had requested that the time
.of the arrival be kept secret.
[`.The Russians demanded that
| .A Ua. prisoners be com-
:td to Austrian prisons to
t e out the remainder of the
lt mpoed by the soviet

Tsesitumes of ferelh* courts
are not raeognided by Aatria.
However, the Aust govern-
meat agrled Invesugj pth.
charges level against U6 73 by
'e, Rushaha tak* action
art. iubsm at.d. g ovment

, M o.ioif, the -. were accused
Smainl of espionagee," "war
dcrhx*ealiad "unwfllagnesa to

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TACHIKAWA, Japan, Aug. 6 base ItItal where t w .ll
(UP)- Th untimely discovery stay du i the threat. fou
by one of the released US. air- days needJ to gfie them
men that- hbi wife had rera-,- and complete physical iexaona-
ried believing he raa dead was tons. '
the only. blCk mrk tin ubi- Col. John K. Arnold, rankil
plant first fulL.oft freedom. as officer among the a.man, was
the 11 Amer fiers reached the first man 4dowmat r
Jaan yesterl y. He was followed Ma. Wi am
Theirn*n. r, Ised froin Red H. Baumer, on crutches becaw
Chl a captWthiWb=Wday4 arriv- of an injury and a .pLtL
ed-nre fdr a stavUx biwCore John W. BucM who .ted .
heating homue. his promotion h.st b eto
MSt S w. bTv itm-d with ing the PhMleppes .
the- occasl ,*utAor Pe-A2C Schmidt made a beofi f t,
Dae. C. SBehoUdt f leading, telep e in an- ttpt to t
Soy was marked by his wife and.ask a abt her r
tln,. thiss wIe! reidarri- marriage. No information w- l
ppMi- alAs- avalable concerning tie call. n
his W m,- So nidf wa. ame ori-t wbA
lan e and -relatives awl H
by .cartr here. Red .Cross ffhza
St praars eat this Schmidt received the ag
Ut- a f iD northwestt but refused to say er-
oft t'biour trip their was from Uit '
tseS*S. r(toera t Air Porce ofWfi t aC'trIed*'
T} J# reaferators to keep the neW of i#8iltes
W&~ the fligh remariage ft & m Sahmidt.
roe cream fearing its posasi effect. but
1 uIjl nknown he heard the nws on the ra-
. .... months dio during the o t stop
.^tI onged a at Claork Field i (x fp-
MUD to '
.sW .,as hlawe The newly-freed ,'~.epers

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Aug, 8 (UP) -
lr he ,s in eltgat prayer to-I
;4y at :As .a. the tenth an-
l nary M -- : old'ss first
^A JOsa pna and bells
I thraut the city.
th e anse of the
eade 'morlaT1 Park"t across
.L riMve" Srem where the. bomb,
tofe years,ago, 10,000 persons
O.therad to mourn the victims
of the blst and pray for "no
ImIare HBroshlmas."
SThe prayer ended. 500 peace
doves were feteded over the
wttid cenotaph where the -
nes of 100,000 o victims are

Prime Minister Ichiro Hato-
yamh meanwhile expressed the
ope .that t..mc energy "will
oat be tool destroy mankind
and. civlzation but ed
forte welar of. A Ml dd
In a message tdas of
the Hiroshima atomiomb. the
,Japanese .S, e expressed his
grief over the men. women and
children who died In the bomb-
ing, andpraised the efforts of
the people of iroshima to re-
build their dead city.
"Ten years have already pass-
ed since that stragic atom bomb
was dropped Mi this land." the
premier said.
"We fixed as Japan's national
objective the qstruetion of a
cultural nation based on demo-
cracy with te>Ahin of a perma-
nent world a and have ad-
vanced stepy step toward that

'Mole Amoal
Is Theato'Cuid's
Next Production

ihal ele- ir

o.W AwL T. mbU pos
*o. wiereceive their
ft inoeulation at the outpa-
tient 0n bfOorgas or Coco
Solo hoseltal, or the Oamboa
Medical Clinic.
The Inoculations will be given
o'ly during relare linile hours
The same reqrm regents for vac-
cinations, as t eligibility and
consent of paen or guardlanr ,
will be necessary,
Free vaccinations will be given
to those children eligible under
this program, the requirements
being that they are between five
and nine years of age and at-
tended the first or second grades
prior to last June 30.
Other chillren from five to
nine years of age, inclusive, are
eligible for Salk vaccine inocula-
tions under the pay program.
The Inoculations to be given
at the three medical clinics will
be only for those children re-
ceiving their first lpoculations.
A schedule for the second vac-
ciations for Canal Zone chil-
dren will be announced later,
although It Is presently planned
to begin this hse during the
last week of the month.

lp Charged'

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BgOHl; England, Aug. 6-
UP)--The lpe-a-iokg acnool-
mater _sOn eo a renowed. Scot-
ln4- Trd detective was charged
t+d 'with beating his wie and
dautle r to death In the bath-
tub of their new bungalow.
Frederick J a mes Chapman,
who father. was chief of the
Scotland Yard murder squad un-
til is death two weea ag$
walked into Brighton Poce Sta,
tion really today and re-r6d
the murder of his 30-year- old
wife Irene and their year-old
Sdlr Corinne.
S i rushed to the neat new-
l t unlow in nearby Or-
where Chapman teach
*io L They beat down the door
id ond the bodies of mother
lying In the bloody
Tetece Superintendent Phi-
liHp Burney questioDed Chapman
Burney od Chapman had walk-
tagetr only last week in
Smrl procession at the
cremation service fop'Chapman's
Slat father. Chief Superintend-
ent Wlinam Chapman.
Barney and th elIder Chap'
man were fit friends.
SMo fv .the double murder
1net Immkdiatela known.
Chapman w#A chared with

30 Dfys In Pokey
Oalof the heavit sentences
receOlN Iposed for driving
whfle. ntoxidated was drawn by
JuItal Ifeno, driver of the Pan-
ama 4canal Co. tractor trailUr
wc=, Iw!rturned on DAblo
c ig ednesday afternoon.I
Yesrty in the Balbota 4ag-
istrate's Court the Panamanian
detedant was fined $100 an d
sentenced to spend 30 days in
Moreno pleaded guilty to the
charge. Although he escaped in-
jury In the accident, the trailer
was heavily damaged.

New US Envoy
To RP Calls On
Julian T. Harrington, the new
Ambassador to Panama, paid a
call upon President Eisenhower
today, prior to leaving for his
poet .
He said he will sail from New
YorkAug. 18 on the 88 Cristobal
and Isdue to reach Panama Aug.

Atlantic Coast Keeps Wary

Eye On Connie's Cavorting
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MIAMI, Aug. 8 (UP)-A giant
hurricane bore upon the Lee-
ward and Virgin Islands today
with 125-nmle-per-hour winds
that might threaten the south
Atlantic seaboard.
The Miami Weather Bureau
has cautioned southeastern
coastal interests as far north as
Cape Hatteras, N.C.. to watch
for posfte hurricane, warnings
and advispd -against making ex-
tended trips In sea craft without
The weather bureau at San
Juan P.R., t a advisory, ee-
inma1eW the hurricane was lo-
eated about W miles to the
east. oving w est-northwest
at 12 to 14 Me.per hour.
"W should reach full hur-
Sthe northern
f I- i mornnmn
ad iso ryU K
"i mged to sIj
thal fach livelihood
QMbg "Connie" could

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add chief forecaster Gordon
Dunn in a special bulletin. "All
Interests in Cuba. the Bahamas
and the coastal regions of the
Southeastern United States
should keep oa the alert lor all
hurricane advisories."
The San Juan Weather Bureau
spotted the hurricane center a-
bout 400 miles east of Puerto
Rico at noon yesterday. The
vast hirlwind was bearing just
a -tt. north of the west at a
forwap, speed of 17 miles an
hodr- ,
IWOHs immediate path lay
the ,lrgn Islasds, the Lee-
ard Ilands sad Puerto Rico.
Bk.. and red hurricane flags
waer expected to be ordered



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In Panama For VisI
Roy Crane, veteran cartoois"t
and creator of BuB SaWyr i
in Panama for a week's visitor
t it leg of a-pl4sure crose
d "# w Sj a sking-
r &ae, wth

are iltpn 1
It. ., I oRA.

but switched to Bu Sawyer
sovely ye ago. Heha been
"ucrlbllhg" since i4 anI d
makes his home in Ohio, Crane
is primarily Interested in "enter-
tainment.-pre and simple." al-
though he admits the trend re-
cently has been towards horror
and sex in the continue thebooks.
Durig their stay the Cranes

rh e h egssofldte
LONDON, Mr. s-d UPr. -Aus-
iHenney. Their daughter Mar-
tralia who Inucat present visiting
friends in Coco solo, will join
them when they continue their
Cratom-powshed A-Planes

Could Release

Release dangerous Radlio-aclon
LONDON, Aug. 6-(P-Aus-
tralian nuclear physicist MIL.
Oliphant warned the conference
of world scientists, meeting here
today, that Q29 crash Of an
atom-powered airplane might
release dangerous radio-actlvt~y
In the area of the disaster.
For the same reason, he said,
some nations may welcome
to their harbor s imps with
atomic engines.
OUphaat reported on the dan-
gers of radioactivity on behalf
of a common which hu stud-
led -the problem.
"We should note the dangers
of some applications of atomic
ene for peaceful purposes,"
Russian delegate A. V. Kuzin
promptly put forward-and the
conferen a e proposal
that a of the sccn-
tists meeting here examine
methods of protection against
the harmful effects from peace-
ful uses of atomic power.
"We lay special emphasis on
the importance of protecting
people employed in the peaceful
use of nuclear energy," the Rus-.
sian told the conference.

CZ Cops Get Word
On Pay Increases
Canal Zone policemen and
firemen officially received the
glad tidl today that a ti per
cent pay feaae for them RBS-
ed before eon s. adjourned
earner this wee.
Word to ht effect was re-
=%mWidAnt orthe CalMI

Cool Recining

AMIAug. 6 (UP) Former Preslet
3Socr orKCub abruptly coailld plnss to- dl
yeun of eeiI today efter rceio g a telph a
poqiae danger.
NPIo, who went into voluntory t fter1.
throwl in,o bloodess coup, g hi stffoat
eluded home here at 4 a.m. to onqW ki
Thi sdholarly, graying ex-.pr1 x..nth "p.
leav" thlim.wing by chartered si Uhr wiNtw1
doughtorind' a party of nearly 30 aidu. dvi
bodyluaqr. .
.dHe .ierid his staff and followers at his.
guarded high-walled home-in-exile and informed
the telephone call warning that to return -ow-
extremely dangerous."
Prio's private secretary, Col.I "The presenti' -
IBa Lasro, Identified the caler i Cn Ilntd la
I Dr. Antonio aromn, prel- soodm toIi-r
dent of the knediMtentioo ..,
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Canad mBe s piated

The main office and most of
the personfel of the lo In t
meant and Uttliatlon Divis on of
the Personnel bureau are be l
moved from the firs floor
the Administration Building e
Laboend hir Office building on Ro

Certain functions of the divi-
sion will continue to be perform-
ed at the Personel Bureau of-
flces at Balboa Height.. These
ner fude ture."trment, inran
aon records and per

The move of the other unit o
will be completed Monday. These
include those andel ng employ-
ment and rocetlatin, placement,
movtransfers and promoons, r
words and civil Irvl.e work.
George 7. Welst, .hlef of the
Division, and about il other 4U
Balboa Height to the Central Labor Of-
Labor Office building on .-
sevelt Avenue.

The move Is being made pi-
maCerly to have fun uctions of the
Personnel reum Bureau of-

both the UBalboa -rHeightsnd lo. These
ate rolls buetirement, inue eratnc
location records d person
No changes wl be ade in
any of the .telephone mbeom
of the Pmove of the oBuea unit
Inclu a result o the moandling vepl
ment. procesin eme

tran s and promo A

ord and civil p e work.

which ripped a bole in it. fore-
peak du a Cg a ft t anal t,1
visaied fo aouth A I oth er-
A largte per el p will have their

e nt the Central Labor Of-
fic building. t.
ma have all units of the

bothIn the -rate and lo
rate rolls bbW in m e

any of the .ele Mbm
as a result of the move.

ed onctoh eboW se

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sick Prin. ,,: ..

on: charges of
,al expor t ar-
Satda. ,
'aonyerd a cf e r
te town of Cerro -
21 persons.
Police said they Iv
mlo Fernande., chisf
Police during Pfi' adt l
tQio. had escaped the

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aj served gratefully and are handled to a whaUVy r leiyaMi
.f i eeawrrlbut leiter dmn't be ImpelleOn if itdo es't ppee k
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r -o truer words were said, than "Leaders are born, not made."
not know who said it and I do not care-the thing that
consideration is the objectivity or the phrase. Outstand-
leaders are George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jef-
,, Andrew Jackson. James Madison, James Monroe, John
Adams, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, William
John Tyler, James Polk. Millard Fillmore, Franklin
es, James Buchanan, Abraham Lincoln. Andrew Johnson,
sea Grant, Rutnerford Hayes, James Garfield, Chester Arthur,
S ver Cleveland, enjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Theo-
a Roosevelt, Wiliam Taft, Woodrow Wilson, Warren Hardtig,
MrIn Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Tru-
i, Dwight Elsenhower, Winston Churchill Anthony Eden and
host of others.
Among the sagacious and wise Isthmlans are George Wash-
n Westerman and Rufus Lovelady. These are born leaders.
ut splitting the apple in half. George Westerman is a true
? of the colored race by acceptance of his research in one
dred and more fields, sociologically and otherwise for the
'l I benefit of his people and the nation. Rufus Lovelady la
y reputed for his halrbreath thinking and action in behalf
the things he believe In and represent.
The latest study by George vWesterman The Shame of Pan-
Sinm4 Housing clearly points to the unalterable fact that he is
Sthinking solely of the people. He is not Olowing his horn, he is
^ taldin straight facts and placing the point betLore the Govern-
' *a1t of the Republic and other interested agencles In black and
I e without fear of losing his job. Because of his forthright
tona on matter# of welfare and deaipg with these matters
a view of sanity he is respected through the land.
SThe local raters need and thirst for such leadership, a man
W probes and exposes conditions to be adsted;--a man who
aw d take a justified position on the new treaty; a man if he
WSe the head of the local-rate labor union would advise the
0deolinlng lederehip to study, examine and recommend adjust-
.i anta, suitable to the employes instead of "I resign my job to
The executive committee in the local nionn may well be dis-
ed-it has lost its grip. Like the ol(/and decrepit lion who
lost his fangs. In' Paraiso talent is Wasted by ufwise choice
*e union.
was a pleasure to be received by Westerman, and our
i were stunned by the wealth of information that could,
iy, be used to make vigorous once more the moral of
wokera. It is not too late, my friends, write to C30 and
menl George Westerman and some of the men in Paralso.
64e dt paying members. Let us vote for proper leadership.
n B Harry MeFarlane
S. An Observing Dues Paying Member.



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TOKYO-If the KremAUa isa't at
war with us out here. thr are
some mighty active areulis stir.
ring almost 90,000ow,0 Jabttnes
against us to the point where
there actually have beear dasis
between our military and squalls
g of Nipponese unlonllsts and .peas.
v Not having any confidential
memo from the White House, I
don't kno#*what the Buesasm told
us at the Summit. B)ut, f they
promised to call of the old war,
thev haven't yet informed their
agents here.
These Soviet agents are making
life miserable for our military peo.
ple who are trying to get on with
the new Japanese government.
One gesture we made was the de-
cision -to consolidate some 40 air-
fields Into five. To do this we must
extend the 6,000 foot runways of
the five fields into 9,000-foot strips:
But Communists working through
labor an& peasant group have
been maknlg this almost impose.
sible. %
The Commies, agitating from be.
hind, have led groups in sitdown
strikes and laydown demonstrd.
tons at the fields and have driven
off our surveyors. Just as they
have worked back home, the left-
wingers have organized special
front committees like "The Anti.
Ease Expansion Struggle Commit.
tee," and the "Knujkuri Beach
Policy Committee on Military
Similar groups have strung barb.
ed wire across the fields to stop
us-and have demanded that we
bring in no B-47 bombers. The
technical knowledge of some of
these "workers and peasants"
would astound the Princeton ad-
vance studies group.
The Commies behind these
moves come up with the most in-
genious front outfits which I
thought the Summit would abolish
as a eatre ofood will. But I've
run into the "World Peace Lovers
Association" and something called
"The MOthers", which now holds
international conventions and
they're Just obsessed with one
thio. They simply don't want us
to have any bases in Japan or to
bring in bombers which can match
the new Soviet air fleets.
They also don't like our shooting
practice, during which we lob
shells Into Mount Fuji. The left-
wingers say this is a sacred moun-
tain. What they don't say is thatJ
the world famed snow, covered
peak-and beautiful it is-was giv.
en our military as a target by
Anon 'ithl *kthn th .i Janal e ,nv.

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East Side But Is It Best Side: I Spellman, textile executive and One World Bit Who Wants It:
know the name of the character nephew of the Cardinal, to thq Allen J. pilender, the courageoma
who slugged Marion Saunders, the board of Union News . The Loisiana Democratic SE e ate r
fabulous blonde, in her apartment fabulous Gene Seville set the chrls- who almost saiglehaded .lashed
the other a.m. How come no sto- tening date for the hefr to the the foreign aid bil, had on his
ries? Serge Rubinstein's wid- Case Seville on Aug. 14. St. Ann's night tabe for weeks Egene Casm
ow in N.Y. to settle the estate and Church Garden City . Vets of tie's thrilling '"Billi e, al"dersn
collect the million bux left to his Wqrld War Two Submarine Ser and Baloney," which kicks the
kids ., .. That tall dream-boat ice reunioning in Atlanaie City props from under the foreign aid
bartender who serves the drinks Sept. 23 to 25. Any sub salt inter- propaganda and nonsense. Despite
to the pretty young society lasses ested in salt-water taffy contact being "buried" by leftwlag book-
just outside Southampton laughs Hugh Trimble, 1533 Luzerne St. sellers, It became a bet seller.
up his sleeve at their silly es- Bethlehen, Pa. ... Texas plagued -~
corts. He knows that he meets with Davy Crockett relatives. Ev.
one of the babes--a different one ery week local radio and TV sta- The Right to Get Left: A rabid
luarv nihLfterp the hbars Closes tim l. ta,lt *-'h k. ith l hia ink was 'di Alll in 1---,-n

t a the A ae
t0 8e fllAtianUc Treaty
Orgsa Is sb t
none tee su su lattemp to
make ntdo*, werk together,
whose main sark I Gen.
Al in defati.
gable eomma of NTO's mill-
tary or i i Gruether has
labored va-il ly to whip together
in fact an orisation which we
years ago eaonly a paper.
He has erased NATO bases
from almost zero to UO. He has
built miles of pipeline to bring
oil and gas to these bases and he
las materially improved the good
will and cooerationknow-how of
the 14 NATO nations.
Eisenhower himself would be the.
first to say Geral Gruether has
done a better job than did he, ibe.
BenSath Surface
owevr, 7 pro beI .
noti the isae of NATO's doe.
bases here Ir what you flsd:
1. Meet dof the 140 bases are
Americas, p rid r the- USA
and maned by Aean troops.
2. The Fr ncb, wh were sp-
posed to supply the. backbone of
NATO's manpower, have fizzled.
Two French divisions which had
been equipped by the USA were
suddenly p olledo of NATO with-I
out a word to Gruenthur and sent
to North Africa-Americas equip-
ment and. all. TM additional diM-
-xan n uiMem toa b hI mobilized by

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eminent. The Ceomies lso op.- at 2. What a man! dozens. If everyone who claims to Hideaway and suddenly eegthe t t tor
pose oacti parachute jumps --- be is really directly descended nized M at the next
l te sick and Today's Njla Aes Item: The from him, Davy wouldn't. have A tble. as iLne
Vsvitable, Ritler- thpin at 'I
afo .n.t EqSity suspension ase- re- Gleam In the"',De Ddit: a m. '
.,apae .e feeratf of labor, call. turned to "Fanny" and is again stress Rob Raymend ani Benson lady,' Danny r ed. "Pa f bbeck, Is ly aw
ed the Sohyo. It has 3,100.000 mem- stealing the show. Hurray. Cole, Aya Gardner's business man- our steak and t And But der Neweg law
bers and many of its leaders have -- ager (and how's bzT) . Movits he handed' her te _e can troops C& eeupy these hba.
spent much time eating and drink. Is This a Gag: Jan Murray, the (often linked with Brando) refers on of her dier wrap o ntil parliament meets Ad o
Ing. w ml in Sovietized China. Once $1 a second comic, knows an ad John Brascia, whoever he Is . guessed it-in a red ribbon, v s. And while the Norwegian
again we have an example of the man who complained to his psy- Patti Page is flying to Calif. for -- parliament debates, Russia could
Soviets' realization of the power chiatrist that when he had too two reasms: Charlie (ex-Mr. Bet. take the bases in a matter of
of foreign labor federations, which many he saw charcoal gray ele- ty Hutton) Curran and the postal. Bridgeport With Palms: MGM hours. Thus what we are doing is
the American people Just don't un- phants. (I'll leave peacefully.) ability of landing the Nellie For- producer Charlie Schee, a for- to build moderna bases in Norway
derstand. Control labor abroad and bush role in "South Pacific." But mer New York attorney, wants for Russian use later.
you control many a foreign gov. Today's Gina Lollowhateverher- Curran is the most important rea. Joe Thompson, handsome Holly- 4. Modernization of the French
ernment. Have it with you and the names Item: She received an au- son Authoress Ross Franken's wood attorney, to drop his lelarmy has been postponed indef-
nation Is with you, too. tographed copy of the 80-year. son Paul sharing Bloody Marys practice and test f*, the-title role nitely. Minister of Defense eoenig
Dominated by Russian and Com. old Aga Khap's memoirs inscribe with Tauni de Lessepns HarJes, n the Rocky Graziano a to ry estimates that the Freqch army
munist Chinese undercover agents, "With profound admiration. whose grandpappy built the Suez "Somebody Up There Likes Me1 canabt get modern- equipment be-
this Bohyo blasts us regularly. They're just never too old. Canal. I thought it was Tyrone if Marion rando can't be had fore 1963 by which time much of
Typical Is a recent statement .. Power, that is . Van and Eva Johnson the "modern" equipment to be or-
wh ch said: Dateline, Lost Angels, CaIf.: making 11ars of the tdters with dered would be out of date. The
"The U.S. Armyhas been shoot. Charlotte Austin's case of "nerves" a two-week family reu on at Ho- French military budget has net
ing cannon into Mount Fuji. This disappeared when Marlon Brando Wire from Winchell: Beverly tel Del Coronado, 4a4Van is a& even been voted for 19 5-.
mountain, the symbol of the Japa- rediscovered her . Anne Fran- Hills, Calif.: Dear Lee: Eddy Du- .ye-datlder with the cutest red 5. Marshal Tito, with one of-the
nese people, has been trampled ci, who plays the femme lead in chin's widow Chiquita, recently tennis sockets Mike Rennie toughest armies in Europe, has
urer t y America's uddy MGM's "Blackboard Jungle," is back in circulation via annulment, dating Gloria Pail, and if you don't u e neutral. He did thin aner vis-
fi i. The sit;down tactics and the up in the air over Lieut. Jimmy will be married to Robert H. E. know who she is why she's Vo- lung Premier NehuV. of India, not
demonstrations of the people' led Loew. a Hamilton Field jet pilot. eritt of Mexico City and New Jer. luptul of TV, and built like she's after, the Kremlin leaders came to
by the local farmers an the Yam- (She and Bam Price were re- sey soon. . Movie columnist spelled. Belgrade. It was after they heard
anashi Federation of Uales. rep cently severed.) .. Producer Joan Williams of Hollywood will he had gone neutral that they were
resent the will of the whole na. Hugo Haas is making it a produc-rwed actor Mark Cornell. encouraged to come. The Turks
tioe, Terse is no room for compro. tion with actress Kathy Marlowe. -- The B There's No Bis Like: rushed o Belgrade to urge Tito to
noise ..." Page Two From Walter: Singer When -John Harris' "Ice Capadesa ahead win the three power
The Sohyo has also set up a Doing What Comes Naturally: Kay Brown and Miynard Fergu- c 6" preems at the GOar. Balkan defense pact-Greece, Ttiur
,"Sobyo (Military) Base Problem George Schrafft the candy heir, son, the top trumpeter, secretly den there'll be raves for Bill key and Yugoslavia-but he said
Council," which is a terrific anti- and Elizabeth Patterson secretly agreed to a Coast abrogation a Livingstone's fantastic costumes. no.
U.S. weapon. It has subdivided the hitched on July 28. It's a reprise year ago. The final decree is due Harris is the son of a ne.-time As a result of Tito's neutral-'
Japanese islands into 11 sectors- for both. in the fall ... Former star Donald ?enna. Senator . A "straight isn, the Greeks are beginning to
and each has e own anti-Ameri- Novis is doing better than any man's" dream comes true farBill talk about it.
can labor propaganda group. Out of the Mouths of ? r.e sa time in his career of 28 years as Goedwin, who plae "straight"
There is a hundred-man an-.U. Agents, Bob Mitchum's asking a producer at Disneyland . for Hope. Edgar ergen, Burns.& Wave of Neutralism
propagpnta unit here in Tokyo French bartenders to mix thisfor Irving Foy of the 7 little Foys, Allen, when he makes with the
alone. him: Tomato juice, vodka, lemons now runs an Ice cream parlor at gags himself on T V's "Penny to 7. Neutralism is strOng in Ger-
I have before me a document Worcestershire sauce, a dash o1 the art colony town of Taos, New a Mllion." . Joan Weber's many, the country we are depend-
which says that Sohyo will dis- peppermint and plenty of whi's Mexico . The ex-Mrs. Jack "Anything, Everything for Love
patch "demonstration corps" to key. Calls It "Foreign Intrigue, Webb (Julie London) Is crooning is a successor to t Me Go ,, -
"the American military psltions which just happens to be the name offbeat ditties at Johnny Walsh'a Lover," still the luke box fave. SIDE GLANCES
where firing practie is being en- of the film he's shooting there .;., popular Candlelight . She is All this and money, tool SI
gaged to stage sit-downs In Kiddy stuff: Margaret O'Brien and penciled in for the Blue Angel ---
w-.ves." Rex Bell jr. pouting. New York. Walsh, who stars ai
The lead for these tastes come the mike with his attractive song Wirdom of a White Way Wolf-
daily from the Pelping radio and No Dissa. Some Data: Henry styling, panics them with: "You : 'ver make a date with a bie
Peiplg's "Jen Min Jih Pao (Pee- Garfinkle, new boss mlan of Amer. don't have to be old to be a dirty in advance. Something better may
pie's Daily)" which is distribute lean News, appointed Edward J. old man."-Regard WW. turn up at the last minute. -
Slowly these tactes are turning
In any you Japanese against usa
if the situaUon aI more- tes .
,Itis not Inconeyabbthese loeal.

demonstrations ma fore our men
to defend themselves wth guns.
Can you then imaginer what the
rest of Asia will t n of a-
"shootini Asiatie so that we an
keep mtry bases and alrfilss
here." Ad-omeday your by m: y
be stathmat h-re. ;'-
y eW le, the, m-
haven't beard from thesmmit
yet. Paging Comrade- KhruaWchv.
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A t hen?" ey er of eourit
to the fet ttm. eb Iard in
the urea economy I Jut the
same dit w as the t war
took their boy away.. It's highly
doubtful if they would ight. ,
In brief, the ens pe
In case of war wold boll down to
the United States, Csnaa Iqd
England-with the Turks doing..
what they could in the Mediter-
The Difficult Alteretive "
Those are the facts which any

A remedler id alternativeS
are not happy om. M e are some
of them -" ". -
A. We could pll outO Europe
altogether, si* h weawdl.t1L eu-
rope very sour and evetay per-
haps communist.
1. We can try to strengthen our
patchwor quilt of alliances -
difcult J0b at bt with osa
British being rely dMI I.-
C. We co rely a un i'-y
her's new and none too certain
arss In pla .peeM w ith
r Uijs pls ee o attblaro-
sen boeI lP the aewu.v.......
mat this fails, it We etw .behl

they may be, are IM o -
Europe. And "I do not knew.
now what thb aOtUtis's I do
know we canned put off ta
facts much longer.

France, Germany

Sign Blhon A Year

Commercial Cenrac
PARIS, Aug. 6_(UPl--France
and West Germany today signed
a $1,000,000,000 a year commer-
cial treaty, the biggest such ac-
cord France has ever concluded
With. a foreign nation.
Foreign Minister Antoine Pl-
nav and German Ambissador
Vollrath Von Maltman salgned the
document at the Qual D'Orsay,'
the French Foreign Office.
The treaty will last three year
and two months, from Aug. 1,
1955, to Oct. 1, 1958. aineal be-
tween France and the Federal
Republic will run to an annual
350,000,000,000 francs ($1,000,-
France and Germany already
are each other's biggest cutom-
ers, and the new treaty was pan
of the effort to bind t tradi-
tional enemies of Lurope oaser
together In friendship. ,

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S.i.. '.......... ..** ell a "private club" and Insted adm ntration. He died last
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mT ... ... t m ..................d l llufih fllees of the the Join their monthly corporate W. L.

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II i -;Cb *I:a .m m thueftv. sa- tALH,6r at .___ board chairman oIOwens-Cor- SPOCAN ,, Wash. (UP) -
Sa Ws ng fiber s 0)as Corpoteadh. Toledo, Safe Giracers were dissppoLnted i
a10 Ap Sw1nsi.i Pruim pw,,s B M nuS diumds -Ohio. the $7w l ot obtained from their
IiSo m n i l r IManeof d oMr in the sbcommit s note reading "you n cheapskats-

11110 P.M. Do MNto4 san d a. ad A .l, a. ewash o j CH T iee's reuei t ao looC ao the It wasn't worth the effort." \a
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-ad Mr. U. Memald T:M to pj. Aftr ry Men A. FOR T Bo .BHS. P a nd tM. Frm rsid e a Titma r o a nd pacain division of t
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OWe I aM Wer .... no cItscB operates In the pblic I d-

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S. t l Cb a E .. Caller's statement came at a
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' '--- adl-- .b le assaci atio n
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do 7:00P IN:-1O a.= D A.. .. ,. ,. some-aid-s of th e 4Maemtenter- anniversary of the founding of

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A a Canal zone. the activities of theI business aId-
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A w Aug; I~(UP) !. (tl thg .r
ul1 .' ,fl Moham~med Beni b'rafrS_., ..
BWs Arafa told France Scuwy forces pliaked up 14
hwi' refuse to abdicate, terror In the Phlpvle sec-
S teaS i mounted dangerous- tor ad .eIht more a Tebessa.
in tls anclent North African Meanwu rebels shot down
and kiMd two inhabitants of the
^'A FPtwE Natlonalist groups in. village of uaumount*- ache.
St their followers in the Police later arrted igm s-
lMedina--natll quar- pets outside Mekla.
E oSut V stage masa demonstra- At Douar Sou Hadar' nine
around Aug. 20 to press for bandits ahot down a o-year-old
mfat's dethronement. Arab who fought with them for
They passed out orders to over an hour Uatil he fell riddled
commemorate the second annl- With bullets.
j asy of the ouster of Nation-
r l y diMoh.d w Fire Hits Panama
Re glo o and tribal chief& un- Tanker In Japan
er the powerful Pasha of Mar-
akesh, Sdi HadJ Thami el Ola- TOKYO, Aug. 8 (UP) Jap-
forced idl Mohammed's ex-lanese firefighters today put out
i ith French support., a fire abord a Panamanian tank-
;i Authorities began an urgent er after battling it for hall an
tudy of police measures to a- hour at a northern Japan port,
ld a full-scale "battle of the It was reported.
S wo Sultans."
o 8urces said that Sultan Sidl Kyodq News Agency said the
aohammed Ben Moulay Ben Ar- fire broke out in one of the holds
had written to French Prea- of the 10.515-ton tanker "Pacific
ent Rne oCoty stating his de- Triumph."
terminaton to remain on the The vessel wa- undergoing
S hrone, Irepairs at Muroran Dockyards in
The resilency- general here Hokkaido Japan's northernmost
fltaed a letter from the Sul- island.
b had 'een transmitted to The fire was put out after 30|
r ias by Resident-general il- minutes.
'hert Graavind. However, the The report dit not give the
feshidenty would give no indica- cause of the fire.
t t Iof Its contents. I
4'; The Pb"h- of Manrakehh,
: 'Without doubt the most power- i g i P I
L Sul native leader in the nrotec-
rate, had already written a ik i So res
Setter to Premier Edgar Prie.
... Mea while, police and troops Don's let L ,w e. Pimpl.,
4n erIa today arrested more lIfOch. AAthlet 'ot (AiS-i
A U S 0 t5errorlsts or suspects in or other bleishges lfAigure yourI
| t~rem Th i others w awito
.'Wb lpep'up action to quell the !Mn Thmr s h n wi
f es of murders and outrages Pomflts f s ersa und parseltes hiel
tbat mark the Nationalist agi ften- are the r .ue of skin troubleM.
4tOn there, your Ikin oftclear, mooth and at-
It treOtlv lt lxoderm from Yourr tng.
S At Grarem, police pulled in S30 sm a Q ahow much better yew
suspects and three terroristsI WAasels tomorrow.

LUX Theatre presents today and tomorrow:


Ar nStevens expanded his dramatic talents ttat. In
Swell as direct *CRY VENGEANCE," the fresh and, excit-
ting screen hit, opens at the LUX Theatre Thursday. Motion
picture critics have beer unanimous in their praise of his
advanced handling of his cast and cameras and predict a
brilliant future f!r him in the directorial field.
Featured with him In the Allied Artists production are
Martha Hyer. Joan Vohs, Skippy Homeier, Douglas Kennedy
and Warren Douglas. The story is that of an ex-detective
of the San Fran.lsco police force who had been framed
into a prison term out to destroy his gangland enemies one
by one. Advt.

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13 Ledger entry
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'Cmpe Alegrt fth a lunches for
member ofthe Inter. American
Women's Club. ,
Proceeds of the luncheon wnet
lub ad t hospitality
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of white for students who are away at col- TheS ar droup.ofthe3
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Ze ..Junior Coll. e were he was evenmgi wear will be shown.
p of re an la M t ahion parade
-Afr-a .s.rt.n, the couple will be the Misses Marita Dies,
wl ke their In Lacona. AM Bria, Rita Burreli, Vailm
D'AneUo, Manuelita Arias, Irma
I Dtel' D'Aelloe Gonzalez, Patricia QOlinm, Aall-
Wfak tigh dalAIarao Marisol de la 'unrt*
r*C~ MtsCrown Ariang kuler, Tanya Zubiet" ,
I .MaritE Dier and Wilma Eleoora Rubio. Elsa Ed dara,
D'a.ll u pete at the U. Thelma Quijano, Coque Calderona,
iw --- for the title of LoU Chapm Marta Mastella.
Q=9ee. .th rnavoito, or stu- i, Amparo Brostella, Maria Elena
dento -to be held later avarrd, Marleta Orlac, Nan
is, m ., .- -.. Richardson, Mary Morgan, Mar-
Tn i l-6F mark the final eita.Morale, anad Betriz Vald.,
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and tobt ada t&." t Ms. Douglas
Johnlat and two very-e i ts ae
members of the er.anmswim who,
wil be leaving the Isthmus short-
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All members have been asbeg to
be panetual so as to futy pta-t
Idpate in the eveag's aevities.

linger, Mrs. Edith Rad, Mn.
Pe., Mrs. Virginia Bney, -I s.
mar) Mary Morton, Mrs. Hdea
Barrett, Mrs. Marie Gay., Mrs.
Mazine Fitzgerald, Mrs. De r i
Bradshaw, ars. Ruth itrips,
Mrs. B1lanche She.l-libi", aMrs.
Made C ,nchard, MrW. .olth Ep-
ley, Mrs. Louhse Merchept, a
Mrs. Kay Daniels.

At lWrO C er
The monthly Sunday eveaaing
"Gt.Toether" will be held at the
USOJWB Armed Forces Service
Center tomorrow at I p.m.
. Informal danIg to recorded
Musie., and games will be en0i-
dd. This evening. Is sponspred i
e young ladies of the USO-JW
An Invitation is exteed to mo.
r# personnel and their families.
Not a rwcrok.are black. The
rk w, nt .' aft. te ex-

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It uevet falls to give the result desredl!
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... ..~.t-etr, rt Waet Coea Now got
TJ:-v g corrupted. 9% 'a lone.d by- his
S d a, peter-wdleI t 'only be.
We hear a tf talk tthy .uenj oya wtaichg a eater.
terI necessity for Pold W ar bt e he joy h Is
ii l mother.'
one simpl precautie- avery The answer Is. correction of
mida e-fag eINovefa tae 'to speed and pressure. T Ie y are
p at ure ie that her eMhiame a Is masutap, nor womnA qualities.
satiu,, br to her, and aMo rJer is lftghing fprmother ,
den to E mrown.are, is to womanbod. To.see It I replaee
aes O when ends her rseiutimet at hi aw, a
own age talk about th mothers, with gratitude. i mother
When they say: "Mother, lInlt begin tolive the moment that
&s. caloe. Motr Is. ter. compose her femian.e ife.
sted oi.eW.I W llt e Shell be .able to lsier over
.R lac b with t her food
h BOOM.e onstd of Sulp1 it. he'll b e
ba* Va utl f tpl a .glad- to go out to the yard to
ation. peer at the ant hill he's diseover-
-, ed. i Shell be able to put aside an-
It's Af thyw say: "Mdther i xiety over.What Comes Next.
so' lamely. Motht doept care -he wants to turn her Into
about her ow age. the womaB 'she born, she will be.
I'm al-L n W haa" that. i' Instead qf battling him because
stead of hiring 'pride- in theirihe want to turn her back into
voices, yo hetr piy.- And; liutead Women are relievers of tension,
o deep affseim; you hear love not makers of it. Until they know
tarnish With exasperation. it. motherhood tan be very hard
on them. .
Such mneaisred commute and them.
cooveratiema are a sue mdict- '2 cC.
Uoa that t_. ly way, to .epa 0
for a stidtott old is to r a
etv er i e lfe t and mak-a
to the future #p M i nAKe
'qkj w. r *ki> W>*.V- ., *

" eco S.e ompletely dependent
emoto:aBy -n your chilhen.
So you prepare for old ace by
gog Ie4 ioad '-of using to
lIoonback, by hdingl ot 'stubborn-
to your independence instead of
d reig it Wae 1e easier to lean

new ones, by bei o interested
in oher people and the great
wide oWn. y 't have .time
to ba, yurSl e

such tboWt lt. Tw e time to aoe
ample of -W p lwUtPg geeratoe0
befre jmu ad ema-u f your-
sef, wt. eanr eye. w. at aest
for a haappy e. er pa- and
what makes .ft aa unhappy. one.

Baby t. be be ah but t
isa most pertant ti e to water
Oi tposue to the sI. Be sure
he has a boitaet fhst all bld
and let ki wear a hirt he
fnrt 19 minute or o of sterini
s U, if he's fair.
A pair f aippe s a big bhel
for the walktin Baby who spend
a .f tboe' out of d 0r. They
oowr fr **y wli but they.
f'r O1 taNd to ot asjra and
waterproof asts over as ar
shoes. i

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wiU hear yo describe -when you
get back.
Slit, water al.f, t I 5 fairly
eay way of proveag to your
friends jhat you think of them
efen whom yen are away.

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(roln. An elocutionary it m
be given by young Robert
"y: Enid Morle will preside
f4 ,hdmrman for the evening.

rt Rehearsal
i: morrow For JFB
Sshion Displays
T firt r xeheam-- -- .A-the.

ees and sportmwear esom.-
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ske suit sad sports shirts for,
I JiB show.
T flslon show will be In-
in the series of activities
peied by the JP8 t observ-
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FOR SALI -Couli and 2 coirsn
(oeverst ld) $12il; dining rem
table and 6 chairs (moehegay)
SlOr r Hug 102) $25; kitchen
table sd 2 chaiMr (metal $12;
I*way fler leap 57; many inro
lams. Phone 6-752 evnmling
11 9 p.m.; OH dyl Seturday.
FOR SAI .-- Five upheltered
chain. Albreok quarter 220-A.
Phone 2290..
FOR SALE:- MalsMgoiy ediing
seem sti 8 chal, table, buffet
end chiin cloat. Cell Cmunrdu
4135. H-mo e. 2113-4.
FOR SAL:-9-plee maholegeny
dining room set, predt lly now,
clear fpisMh: dining table. two
chain rm, fer hlms e stilght.
hb te, ghinl clost; 7-4,l 13-
strand Philippine rtten living
room sot: atme (-seater), 2
chiin erm, 2 table oend. coffee
table. Phoneam slk 1984 efter
4:30 p.m.
FOR SALIE: SImmons studei
couch with slip wen, $25.

FOR SALE-.lautilful wrought
iron safe, 5-inch foim rubber
eat wflh belstln. M friCse
cevorleg. 85; wrought iro
Afrine camp choir $6. Phone
Albrook 2217. Quarters 133-A.
FOR SALE: Meyta whir.
eidlent. coenditle, 25S-yclo,
$10 or best *ffer. 2613-C, Co-

FOR SALE: WouinehouIs nr-
frligerat, 9-cu. h., 25-eycle.
excellent condition $100. Tele.
shoot WGulik 1-8315.
FQR SALE:-1 ftie Zenith r-
dii end record pleer 2 Is--
eal-.4 ChIno esee desk-.ea
heir to mtmch; I vanelem
lta3s I 0; I, table lamp. Call
to S p.m. Sto. anE dMu 6w
LOS Rih sen MI-el PL.

IT liAU-tMe muhesl
,ia IWA,. shle. '&.

tbf r leovesa

S rPuled
$AWSO^, Ga., Aug. 6 (UP) -
Terrell County Sheriff Zeko
Matthews said today he isn't seril
ously considering a forestry work-
er's story he was "attached" by
th.r"hairy' .oVt" otherwise
f-nn- m. *.. *a.*.*i a. -- n

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Some enterprislts people o 1-
lected a hair found oa:a fence
pest where the monster subbed it-
ait and t it in to the Georgia
Bureau of Investigation for lab
The air termed out to be plati-
num b-oads.

Damage To Brazil
Coffee Crops Will
Not Affect US
The Agriculture Department de-
clared today world coffee sup-
plies will not drop as the result of
reed crop damage in Brazil.
e statement was aimed at
hearing off a possible price spiral
In this country as the result of
*wd that a rese has .cut the
Mi crop in BraziL this coun-
AIs chief coffee aM". l.
T fTl e seat lae ries up
Sthe New York Coffee hExange
- week. And the jump was
quickly refreeted in reatsl prices
In e areas. At one store here,
ibefrom 89, to $a
tU t f l sanean el uo
E ortUr it. attlohe in
jalr .aW Brallia et i .

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Ant.oLe a i .St-. 21, AN ONM ..
'A_ l 9-5I5 Fet|d l n it2.'., CRI6TOMC, C. .

we-s. 4-deor, e .I lan,
:aellent .e .ofr. w xit:,
redei Phone Poesma .1144,
from 7:30 e.m. teq 4,om..
FOR SALE:-'48 Huden ear-.
door sedan, 6-cylinder $ISO.
Phone 6-752 uvenimts ill 9:00.
-all day Seturdoy.

FOR SALE. 19SO Choieet
Cenvoertble. excellent condition
$675. Call Diable 2-4130.

FOR SALIs 1952 She en

Hev Mart Pleane lto d.
bbh,- ted by TYA .

lubipih 4ob. OA 9 J
STON. expect, M ive -
painrs. 1th St. Meliadae phone
456.A, Coelen. ,


Green PFrder V-8, radileo. w//w. FOR SAULI,- Undes lppy-
See to apprecleto. Original own- write. Quatemp laun.ld 3'-
or. Phaepo 3- 2. __speed* roerd plkay. .0X
C --- Morgan Avenue, aIde. 2.
FOR SALI.-l944 CedHlle 4- 2c .
deer soden, fully equipped, hy-
dramatic. new better y. good PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
,tire. osxptienally clew and OFFEIP.S. AJAX ANPD ft9
ready to go., $595. Mr. Ervin., "A RIUTS.IT IO d M
Ne. 4 ElasMe M oaes, E ,Can- Seledolf. f e ea mf.a g -
reile. Phone 3-4179. lie. w) o r eeNolvef miSN 1;.80
se S..te ...e. ho 10 n '
FOR SALE OR. TRADI:.-Loti ire .lieo f Supeiendnt of
195. Fpard 4-doeo Fnrdomnic,. Stenomfie, 2I. ; fe i w et
rudea andll setier. exacelnt l- n- -- PI.tn A .
dollensI. 15,00 e i 's, lo ed ilcedlS etrt tde hWg iv Ilo.'
Ber oHt"not Txehs. kno 2lli me "npr w hle. ted
4W-- b -I a .c-iNl -- -.. D- DIViso "" of
FQR SAU---'47 Cedilla four- Storehnuses, Sacks ielephone
delr. hkvrsamtlt, rodih, $395. 6-121. Fir further informnlon
Phsea Cuindu8 33-2246.- end Inspectiojn f the AJAX
S t hcontactChi Dratling. Div-
sln, nembei, telephone 6-166.
B3OP3R STILL S Invietln No. 179 my be pro-
c-ure ct the above seues, or
CR01WEL'L, 'Coni. -(UP)- from office of Suporlnteudent if
W1e1 an automobile in whiic' Mrs. Steohousos. telephone 2-11 S5.
Rut;' Pelletier was riding plowed- --------.-------
into a greenhouse she landed in a SELLING OUT---Aueisem ai,
bed of-not roses-orchids. spIns Heong 5457 Pl0.

MBi With Fringe Benefits

For Congress Signed By Ike

ug., ( (UP) HouseR
S0a1 vewtedah I beciMat

many o te exira Denenms oan
pay ncreasei- which were added
in the last-hour adjoiurnment rush.'
Congress sl expected to vote'moze
mousy lter to. pay.for these.
The benefits Included in the bill
are -in addition to the 50 per cent
pay raise which congressmen vot-
ed tor themselves earlier this year
and the 7v per cent pay raise for
federal workers, which Included
Masy Capitol Hil employes.
he 0il was passed on the final
day of the sulon uring an an-
gry kadlt which the Hquse and
Senate vied to see which could to
most for its employes. Members
of both bodies still aren't satis-
Jut as-It stands, the measure
would'allow two employelaof each
senator to charge to the taxpayer
the cost, -up to 10 cents a mug,


aA -a. I..UAUwO, aFr-
ott wl.*l ldent nu-
man saU s' lws esary to prpp
.up the Capitol dame. .

Give Siight Rejort

01 Ike, DtesldiA
TOKTO, AUg.- 6-U)--The
Chinese Communist News Agency
and radio Peiping, apparently
taking thuir cue from Moscow,
today carried straight news re-
ports of Presidhent Elsenhower's
and Secretary of State John Fos-
ter DuUes' press conferences this

of a -yearly round trip between Without the customary Injec-
Wasbington and the senator's tion of propaganda terms and
home.. editorial comment, the broad-
S.twsy *yearly stationery, and casts quoted at length from
airm allsttwances were boo sd teiments made by Dulles on
upei' erit rea-'- Tuesday and Eisenhower ".on
House. members increased t he TbhurSdy regarding the current
maoffice g.a y abvaoiut .po. t Geevanegotittions, a Formosa
about about$pr me 0ber t truce and future relations be-
total depen90 'per member.o pe a wr-tosWashington and Peiping.
total dephlrse .a4how i per- itw the first.stright hand
is allocated payn g l of official American com-
House members also a ment on such explosive Issues. by
limits on eO.les stiff from sevene Peping's foreign broadcast serv-
to eight perasand specified that Iee. .
onet them as be paid as high Moscow's offilal -ewapaper
as $lU. and radio started the trend to-
The ~a Hse and ward ingthe ronCurtin
at 'W O m embers was on. tmatff ...
inacrled frem .$I,P7 to 4,300. the Generva Big Four conference.

I th te big ttraction today and tomorrow at the
CENTRAL Theatre.

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d tomorrow at te
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Indpolneut. 4-3d Str ok 44b.
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16th 5m****. upW H ilfe V el

womr mdern epormlC, t10 I,
16,1 Via Sllierio. Pnma il.
FOR RINTP-2-b-ak sem srt
ment, bohrnom, pordel-dning
mom, kilhen, hot water, frnt
fleor; amF ipod meid's relm.
41st Strnet'No. 37, hIdl Vtac.
Information at: Candml A. For-
ra,. 43rd Stret No. 44.
FOR RENT.-Apertment. hitting
dinian mrom, two h bldrms
16th -Stret Ht I Plt lh Tel.
phen1 3-6155i
FOR RENT.- FurnishiedG sp-
monto a Viea tnse Ne 120,
Sv.rlMLlgiy .AL.. C.rks my
enad e, stat, el to
Reivolt Theate. Tehph4m i-
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Gels To tisse Poke
BESSERMER, AR.,. Aug.' --
(UP) -"Myrtle," a pasteboaid
beauty in a Bikini bathing suit
o nearly wncked a home, probe.
ably will be related from jef and
returned to her owner, authorities
said yesterday.
The only formality remain
before Myrtle is freed from the
porkey is for City Attorney Lee
Bainr to declare she Is not inde-
ing Police ChiefC. T. Mullen and
Recorder's Judge J. M. Hamrick,
have given Myrtle a clean bill of
Myrtle's owner, beer distributor
Dave Meyer of Bescemer, had
threatened habeas corpus proceeds
inas to. recover the paper doll in
the breezy bathing suit that police
jailed an the complaint of an irate
Police admitted the ease was
"fantastic" but said they ad lit
fie choice in arreMting Myrtle aft-
er a husband who bad posed with
the paper doll bombshell showed
the photograph to his wife.
The Mrs. believed her husband's
tale of varoting with Myrtle in a
New Orleans bar and demanded
po lice arrest the woman, accord
eg to a straight-faced record od
the case.
She refused to believe -Myrtle
was only a life like dummy and
also a d that her husband b
arrested, Mlla .said. The charge
gainast-1yrt6i wa to have been
"obseme publication." But the
housewife failed to carry out her
promise to swear a warrant.
Authorities said Meyer, who
used Myrtle ss an advertising
stunt, would have his cardboard
utie back If the woman failed to
pree charges and the city attor-
n fw u bar unobjectionable...
Myrtlhas been held in Jal
since a detective seized her from
Meyer Wednesday. Meyer said the
dumn was made ftom the photo.
graph of a model who participeat-
ed In the "Miss Bikini" contest at
Miami last year and that he does
not know her identity.
The cardboard product appears
startlngly bfellke when photo.
graphed. Meyer said some 500
*am. in. the Besdemer area have
beejbbtojraped hugging t h e

No Comment Mode
On New Air Chief

The VW~ SOUSe hid "no eom-
eM". dy ola possible sue-
Far.. told E. Talbott.
TItt +hls resigned effective

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DEMONWITATWF proper technique of cliff roepeling i asaiatant I nstructor Pr.fr
Comulado, "C" .dwiy, while Lt. neorge Dud ly,. left rear, mnstuct. 33d nIlan
in the new June. fare Training enter course. (US. P ).

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bined course an cliff sealing atd
river clfof.
iner Itsotal number of
eatea t6o the tranbut con-
ter is now teach troops to
e al and de"e mdlff i; a to
pre to 'e t -the 0e.4

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course, riverand.cufs `Were
are descrbda ,i portas

fors o a ta- a trat
aro.e-,mw. mj a, m re-too
treaTo dto mate aI
rJugt expert -tel -the best
*ar t ro t an aiuorl
hit.hit wheea x
from over ..am Iad
streams, for example.

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ties across t he
ae p. loose equipmefl oec
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"rwoWthin,. ly to publinity usts &New York
1-: about the conud lhd o the end of her
ot the Ilo-oMe to strike. But it's still
r .eotinental a "No '- ComneOt" from Miss
a Lith sounld- Wiggle Hips' bosses at Fox.
r are steallfa Howard Morris, cruise director
y from Is be- of the S. S. Lurline who has taught
flrt with'm* 22,000 passengers to dance the
e. eywoRd IMhula, loaves the sea for the lecture
irse i n creer platform in Sept. He'l tour the
U.S. with a moyie, "Hawail-My
seen iW "ViA 1Home."
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,COLW L. C. M Af.- headrt'sh coumnaidsnt Por An-ador,'shaip the ribbon to open
ha new Special iul., UBM ARMIB Craft Shop at Fort Amador this wes. One of 12 craft
hobepsm insthe commftsd.j-.wl equipped to handle buiter6us typa of woodwork and some
atnalwwk.- TheAoI- tArmiFoce plronnel the r dependent, particularly
oInt An-adOrmd Qua -m. Q elghts, and to clvillan employee of the Army, .Fore-.
od-te rioht):.. Col. A. L. Benntt, chief, USACAZB Special Wervces, Lt. Col.
.t.QlaWe, We utt OTr, Fort Amador Hfiadquarters Cipmandant;:, Pttnman: Lt. Cql. L.
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Today' hand was given to me ai
a curiosity by my friend Irwin
Fisher, oneof Baltlmore's best
players. The question Is whether
six spades can be made against
the best defense.
A glance is enough to show you
that South Is worried about losing
two diamond. tricks. If declarer
leads diamonds, East will play low
on the first boner from the dum-
my but will cover the second hon.
or. Since. this will give the de-
fenders twi tricks in the suit, South
must look for another way to re-
duce the loss in diamonds.
Declarer wins the first trick with
dummy's acted of hearts, casheq the
top clubs and ruffs a low club with
a low trump. West must resist the
temptation. to overruff with' the ten
of spades, for then declarer will
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e -srinI .everything ona t sion, as at are Is ntw-
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dfe e dinsroomo fl businesses have rieogasbx how
te- e,. private gmssr.U t home economist ean aid
a w= a private gymnasium for business gewtbh. .
bis --' The need of h6me e miats
s il obseed, Mrs., Jones:rowa the list a
M --b to ,,iobroth rws asthe tOf ro d sA
Attr ballein it to r able to the consumer grows. al
Bing, U these years,..o Crby manufacturer needs the hoake
hasa'e .yr aeI wth w daughter economist to tell the homemaker
Cathiy e- silg o bi TV sow how the products the company is
This-Ia .t W headline greeted miin or selling will help n-r and
t.ii na napos: DAD how they are used. In turn the
"CATHY -ROSBY AND DADhome economist serves to bring
ARRIVE TODAY." back to the manufacturer infor-
---" "o- nation about what homemakers
S h,-Witnet:' Drin his, r"-want and need; what tlie like apd
luAu .vap tie, Red sWlton .Wure don't like about his products; and
Prtb. -er as uth o Rena how he can improve lhli products.
AdtIral ..: i. ,l ... ,,here are over W eOleges givi
disttbet .w yenfe__svymanl degees in home economics.
;.t h U.S.. Forces I for salaries, a job placements
P /-an:, . u firmI n Wily._iwW te I ptart-

W L W sI S *.sr yof. f te*.vi<*a3 al.
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low trump from his hai WestV
cannot d to take the ten of
spades, for then South could get
back to dummy with the nine of
spades to run the rest of the clubs
Dummy therefore'wins with the
eight of spades and leads a low
club. East must take care to ruff
this with his remaining trump, for
otherwise &Bbth would be glad to
discard a diamond. Now the dum-
my is dead. If South overruffs
Etst, West can afford to discard
again, giving up the ten of spades
for good and relying on two dia-
mond tricks to defeat the slam.
I'm afraid that very little of this
would .actually happen in play.
West would overruff with the ten
of spades" at his first opportunity
and there would go the chance to
defeat the contract.

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att l a-dlmN o.we rtaok Cit. to wnh overseas .pr* representative ,of Europe, La it
Ameriea, Awutna. and; the Middle Eadt were Invited. The lunm eon climaxed a series of spe
elal srmeeSat of Epruer'sa ew UmSvent Inte.nittohl film, "The Shrike," which had been
held foe t corrteAudents throughout the week.
. AdadB the members of the prese-we re ewo*utatves .of e ngIaad, BrazilU,Israel, Austraila.
Ciab. .VNmea Mel, lew. tirk, Astsat, Aurgettta, Chile, Mexde, Colombia, Spain, EKgyt' and
S w ed e n : .
nTha Shr&ike" will released at the CentroIal heater Wednesday" 1th. Jane Allyson co-stars
with Feryrer in this (im, ensdmered one of the best of the "year .lind possible candidate for
the Opir. .t.

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In addition to marking the
monthly corporate conmuplon
of thq Wopman's Auxiliary. tb
choral Bucharist at St. Pter's
church in La Doca 7 Q'tltc to-
morrow morngag will commeas-
orate today's Peast of the Trans-

Rev. John. pear. will be cele-
brant and preacher at the comn
union service.
This celebration will fol-
lowed with matins and church
school at 1 a.m:, to be conduct-.
ed by the eupe ttendent, .Victor
T. smith.
The office of evening prayer.
Swill be sung by Earl L. Haria,
S lay reader, at 7:30, and Father
m Spear will deliver the sermon.
S As,the prlet ,wUl be a wxvay. frOm
e the pariAh on assigpnm t the
enerable Lemueltl. e
rentor- of S. Paul's e 'reh, Pan-
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Criticizes Litle
DES. f..i'^ MOIE, .ow. Ase. a. h i .W..
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D:8 OM1.1- Says Mode Pitd0 ,eber
e s e a. L- "e. To et bck ais normal
The .dicalJournal as .. ., A.' thend tyoeatra i

SGet Chance.u w At 30hess gt "Aoun'
the i rttle Leage of devel- went into t hit s1,
Thefor the auseen practice A 30, so he owes tohe w cbne.14
usai oThe Joust tays little t kr s-tk a nd being onrmal
boys adnner put ader continues- w why T S0-ame o more adequate deN
i pressure to wo*-lathber h tsbovranTane Ovrero
than play-at earning .skills-Get Chance At w30y-- *skioY" itdhnos' e hits?"
for which their stage of deoel- wn tInto t 9igs -
opment does not equip them. in i' ds -
T he. .. ..Wit h ite Li' atti. a- t
The magazine nays practices rs wl Wht So t o
usually continues thy rough the NEW YORK, Aug.Se (e.) i-A a ndin t onsee

dintnerhour and ontues.- former pitceba sa h r a w oeroundtp S wIthandb cons
"Junior eat, peanut butter knows why the 0-ga w .. deb saimo I adequate:de
sandwiches by himself at 8 o'- has become so rare In ma j ,..-or fes.vl.
clOck." The Journal says so~ league baseball.
oe and fathers have made It on d Walsh Nam es.it on theme Jm ^ "a^? i ,.... .
Sclearthat junior must 'make managers. The 74.ylsterold RO
the eam and not let them of amer says mod. Omi hee ros Ii .a a "
down on penalty of losing their near get a chance I so win9.5 Et NE
affection. Walsh says: "ther Snut. al e 5 ud ,u e
Of Little League baseball, the pitcher plate a oowl.-@t In -tt sas'silia
editorial says that: bt wasn e the rItr le rli b r
1. It makes demands for nd cales n ot., I woo
which boys 8a to 12 are 4not 0 ges190and st fr d YORK, r n G-
ippodfed th lChicago White M at g u n ar;oo 1l90-
equti o ped bosaue only twice did I need reli f." T h e a Cuban Sugar el n 11e-
means of preventing Juvenile lfe did I ever haves sore arm. Ploned Loa e se t an
delinquency. Walsh Is another old-timer end today and It took nlne-in-
The editorial notes that about who favors the return of the ning relief stint r, Thornton
350 years ago "the aristocrats of sit-ball. Bit Ed says: "With I. r of the Syracuse Chiefs to
London" became tired of such? .t .b. b th iitch
customary amusements as bear- or neeas every brabbrit4 -blm Kipper took over for starter

"In those days no one thought the spit-ball would keep 5 pitch- was tagged for five To& -without
that the exploitation of children er around seven or el ht more retiring a batter but the Chiefs
was reprehensible, but anyone years. The lender one e star rallied for four runsn the sixth
had made such a suggestion., no grinsa "Of course, somebody and added another pair In the
doubt one of the originators of must teach the y oungsters heow ninth to win, 9-5
the scheme would have dreamed to throw the spitter. I could do m Co and re In
up the idea that t was a means t. Tell them to come see me n Jimmy Command drove in four
of preventing juvenile delinquen- Meriden. Connectict that is, runs for the Chiefs with three
cy, the editorial said. It cotin- if they make the spit-ball legal hits including a two-run homer
athe e at h l S in the first inning.
iiirihaln from the past to the The Rochester Red W wings
"The little league system, in resent, manager Al Lopes of downed the Buffalo Bions, 4-1t,
which 8-12 year olds are being oevelad thinks the red hot A. and the Richmond Vir in an
Introduced to champIeanship- merican League rasee wll go umr on a trio of Coumbus
competition baseball is ie don o h the w pes explains, url ersto defeat the Jets, 9-0, in
more than a repetolen-f what "Unless one of the five con- other ames. For the second Mike s oi
happened edin the first Qen straight night, the Montreal at
El zabeth's time. Toronto game was postponed be. His case gives you the best
o lrom e cause Rof in r slant on the baseball philosophy
"Little boys are put under con- e eldo Gon z e zr t A- cau oth r n in. od at i
idueratbl e A pressure to work- ra baseman who learned to manage
the e e than r in the minors. e
their stg f d everlo does 9En sk P wiconcerned, Re D e U
Alfit D let o erosie um ad the a se cnioalies. imh
"336PmG -undo e mWainr- VeteranJuwr no bori s Lounts o college aen d wm i wait

Pa n eThe chilean-born trner w Tocumen recent on or lose, the Bosox see the sameo
d e er one of the first foreign trainers rt International Airways head a n
t rthen tie o g aere a e t rains e s l s- pe tro u n tr t P a- cho n mae i
lte .kot w in sta w gt e1 nalas heor s ee o ts e hoart break ers in losing
ioy tly Isterad "eathe traine w ere Abel, Arlequn, l The team was accompanied b ly in the going, d the Texas I-
bur sandwates e Isabelline, Don Caesar, Bro their coach, Willy haefflear rishman, whe Bos ton, club sail
at eo' lok each ngat .es. and Sinner's Darge. Inecet and Mrs. Scheff ler and four ski e nto the set with the C
a years, Lacey was his best l peroMU. travel faster tsan any others
lay" se -r lmoe do former outfit in the majors. The Rr Sax
thedit to e ato there a mon t the Panama Cte- will tour is under the sponsor- a perelitage eof t 55
to ct e of man whoebuys his dra l an burial followed at, the ship of the U.s. State Depart-

son a catches mte tand ma be Amador Cemetery. ment' International Educatiou Pitchers pitch with confidence
tlis nfe s bey s te nExchand Service. The pur and without one eye on the dub, th g-the haoe
'omthe cat toward at the arL cThe yrw te te to further goof re- out, bowing that the boss isn't

hospital"jeA ng ralatoons between the Amercas going f to yank them at the first
through ski competition and a slip. ie's convinced them thatR
Cfllbed Rersults of first round play of special ski clinic that members they can pitch themselves out ofo
theMeditorial se 's Ca p a nship amaIght will stage I Chile and Arent ere
the ie the n as hPMoser waton over Mcan- tm et. ihe e h sS ep ih t
oe t ter Twiha bLay. oe resedEx caee sk clerinics. nb helu lea-withoutrned Wyen thme s e-
f ratu wsar wel tt eta cod ie d b took over at short-

gd lumbo. i D ir which havet beent arranged, sanandg Ba es and G tn, wa le
Swill emphaesioae jumping and There are no cry bibles wi t th
WNIPEG (NA) Wate r A Robinette w over Stan cross country skiing. No college the canRed So. Higgins. in his quiet-
"o nnes In sternn Canada's Smith,. athletic team has so completely way, has let his men know that
prairie ovi have produed a R MacSparren won over P. domanted a sport as the r erD.U. he will a t tolerate tt sort of
SConditions as they exist Second Flight Higgintes a baseball strategist
throghot the entire range and T. mons won over J. Brck- The group plans to t Pan- who can make up his mind. Some
infotely better than they were R. Turner wonover B. Davion tates after vi iting Buenose kn e
last ystf at 0this ime," reports Girls Champeoship F lighthe Aires Rio d Janero and Lima, l to l t eort
Chief Naturals Ber W. Cr t B. urSmith won over M. Dono-f ekn n thatt ltebo ts
wright. "Except fr the drought hue. soaeare him off a ballplayer. He be
area in sthe Alberta there First. Flight t willsemhaizewande bes. th
is ample s ate water almost qv- D. Manse won over S. Piacus nt. tNl e Red Sox wH li h nos, b e tisnge
erywere to see atches from sec. J. Owen won over e sOrrs hed Klaushe te o loeratle short o h

and nestinus san ly on theyxInat Second Flightg Lenis IslaIs Ka the ltle stan tetom whiso
tah f uvob ethe r t contiernuation n wmon over L. A -Tolgalero the stpeondid relief worker who al-

t dcopanoweconditions." M. Davison won over C. Reese. sIosnettrhedm r eau smal gscad 't.Hu
Ist q t!wl im,"rpoJmpng ndther minor nine years, or unti a

NEW YORK (NEA) Salt year ago, when x gins saw him
Chief nt n W.est arC t.BM prnwonJover M Dono- ntoldiportso L aneD. A ant Asocate tan eortso

gCof OAst 3 ROYAL CAanE i More a .2 persons ommensed hi; purchase.
pe"tceptpoathir, rowboat, harteroroo ena Klas, turned away by the
ar thisnyear.hReasonablethcost.Flightrol t tin g is abasebOthePristo

eutWteentr a e AND s won over S. license Is not needed for salt wae. Dutchmoan pa shortst oBr

OF SOUTh AMIRICA s.arn oshn. Itreturtwoty the U eed major ear s atrtch.
TO COLOMBIA, eCUADOR, PERU AND 0Ier1. Long Island fishing is as good Some people suspected that
as there is anywhere. Far n e Mike ailinS w5 undeireimat-

a._ e "SALINAB" e .4Cart-a B. o n ,e...........Aug. on December, inclusive, and or'Its wasn't
TO UNITED KINODOM VIA CARTACENAb HAVANt accessibiliy, it ih unequalled, eus could turn out to be the
iASSAU. BERMUDA, CORURAA AND LA PALLICE Atll valuable plar involved in
g. REINADM. C ( e ...Ae .. Fsem nothe s o that sent JoHnny -

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TO UNITED KINGDOM OIRECT is To Be Regular Mad osM fdr
N.V. iWiniiO .......................... Au. e and SOa Cat-
aM. "TOS... ............................... S Up Fellow re.
TO WRTH PACaIFIC WtT g -(NEA)- "-- 1h 1.- .M.r
SA 'TILCOMATO ................... .............Aag. 8 nn was saying. fj t ed .
L. "DARQO" ............ ..................Aeg. 14 f Just been asked about hi
-----"'ehaoaetolead the N atio O 1 h Iles.
TO UK/CONTINENT lagum OIn batting. -Nationo Ts.
AN .......... .............o,,.-.Aqg. { I" the Brooklyn eateqw &
S.... ...... ..... .. A .14 a I t up enought.
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and the government of Japan that thy want taq
make the trip.. ,
Thu will come the highly 9bU9td t *SWNS0
gtUrel'e -iers for the- JunkeL The New
right to order any of its men to laydela ai -a .
There i. to be no financial Wrofit tor.thet on .Oal -
anlkees or the players. The Bombers unduntan lt, w
reported t be wUni tosaccept the tour op thMb.a, '
However, as Gerld Coleman, plyeft rpeettei:-pi11
ed oat to a meeting of the. YankeAs:yestenoa, a trlpt at
would entail personal expenses necesslt.tina a pel,'s
dance of S2000 for each player and his wife.
Qoleman expressed to me confidence that all the" -W,
of the New York club would sign up. But he was quite ,
on the subject of the eatra grant.

Joe DIMaggio, wiho has been to Japan thrice, is
Yankees to accept the personal Invitations which a .At I
come from the government of Japan, as well-as our., ft
"dasey's players can perform a great service to bsitt.
and to international friendship, if they ign u for th'fwp,
even though there is no prospect of personal gain
the education a tour like that will give any
De told mne.
"I not only played ball over there, but conducted maC
baseball clinics in which the skill of the Japanesm, ad -their
tremendous enthusiasm, astonished me, '
niaggle, who plan to fly tW 5uEroe Aug. 5, aay n4
his oa and-. w Tokym as an advance man for the' e
Commissioner Ford C. Frok, who Is to ti
York elub the official reteratos of Itteres frtm Wsltoa
and Tokyo, told me today that prospects. for the tour. Wrek
brighter than ever.
The unpleasantnesmes which grew out of the tour qf Japan
by the Giants In 1953 are not going to crop up .gain, because
each player to likely to be asked to sign an. acceptance f the
nonprofit conditions. some of Leo Dttrocher's, men beefed.tt
they had been misled and lobbed. They had absolutelyW noa
for complaint, and unjustly placed their Japtnee hastae i
very bad light .
Tentative plans for the Yankee visit call r a .meobti
tour with some 15 games. Mainl-hi presented a lenaerf S-
Ole. but Weissl had -vtoed It. He Inst4.that .h.a pl. -r t
p l e n t y o t im f o r .l .te e ln , ,., ... . . ". ".

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Japan already Ms seen. a quite few Yankee herw 1 -
dition to DiMagglo. Ed Lopat and Yogi BeOrn went or
1953 Babe Ruth and Lou Oehrg were In Tokyo several _tMue
The father of baseball'lun Japan was Fred Medffield .an
Amerclan professor at Waseda Univerity, who organized a ball
club there and coached it. 564
Diamond relations between Japan and the Unites Oie
were prganisod back in 1905. when Waseda invaded CalifoUoia
and showed amazing proficiency.
In 1989 the University of Wisconsin team went tJo Tokyo
and suffered quite a shock. The Badgers won only one oo-t f
four from Keoe University, but managed to take two out of 91eM
from Waseds.
In later years both of the Japanese institutions sent over
teams for tours of the United States o' which thy met'inde-
pendent professional clubs as well as varsity rival.
Now there are two pro leagues in Japan, the Central saMd
the Pacific, and they play a pretty high grade of baseball. The
Japanese continue to be poor batters. But their native aglity
and adroitness make them remarkable fielders.
Japanese pitchers always have been proficient laevery de.
tall except the fast bad. In that specialty they are hopeey
behind our Ameriean hurles. The Japanese do not thrw the
bean ball. However, they may learn to throw even hat.

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u~ there Ls more for the players in- ai *star 11 th
Involved to worry k sot tha g n the aut toah e

datary. ."y SJ prev9 2lwent avr .^ P f bw t* l ae .
._W.hit ,Ow- -Dm I what.- happened to..

-i2a iS eav.o ajeuhs o ra,- Thrug the past 10 years, r s. e e
NW O toi ass a- t tr frteg1w
.. ...... G "se '. the re A- er, a de, Le ng t pa t Sm 'n.-ho

a to it oe' Wthre s r lbt a e g0uy'QUESTIOa: With runnerTe on l thae s dme in W laa&e
.e .... t m eap .. ..ot .. i. l.. i r a Mt i nd te bai biarden toea ured bthe a a*s the s a
dJ.. ",r ., ..- . W .1 . .1 --

1 1. 9M kd. at .- 1n wi ch l esoesample. Iwtwhias Ber. you'l B W R Through the p t 10 years, o a i
a a a a I gAal vae N DTee1 me mRri who wou% th il y Sld ng sA ys theayrnae h n or. the
Cl %& t omy &,his*Yankob
. ... d t ho e,' t.rdelivered the stsd-!! e i e w r. .h.

wi thin twmo at o M C a s sma u ri hi lilly ga tme s.

Ss t o e play a I homer d r I 0 0 ninO Atars but el t o totas ts advance a be. i egal?
l~o .'mvla ri cn as r won 0 to 17 to Bmy ea ar R n. lIBabadnIds onucke d o me t od.n w
r, o. its f I tind which Poem$W4 .. brtp pea wo.e.- MI dA.,

h e n s itor hi tst te P lh .. O 1 1 oof.h tea r InSt2ngselsansIthe IsmbdI oa
,-M" fe r i n at e ate off e in Amt r n terican Leas. h I Yo..uas trae Ain ag e eiea.go s
es tohe Y a.kr the aStime l ad Wae rerhe i 3 en the twos He twa a lyeasra-oldrfy winongch tndhe umiei-l otnWe mOh

Yade Dleb wityher al bapth KresLnLrDoerhe th Buit hrle net season e afr everyner plc e -from M .wa TR A
a~, Cl is ai cunS e o totdeegeI i the wRedb wa a ortr w onve th Ame. -toBr . ..er uDDVN u D oI e a
a sen e i w rt t te as- Bo ore elbow ignied.w a e o me fr m n. 1 f
h a nle wit ba hei adalta=e ls, D0 i-oTn h w.e.rn the second aeedl wd o o m
S. r h w I r a e g eaiae m ad 1 hbl Clu. .m ark a the y'em -ith Ckn o 0h Ai roveer f ,-
a lw p ,irl ay i ur ct e ..r. ..e htvheon r 1 cat a of asdg tr o n so e s toa s

e" I 21 a tkr can bito wo abn Ibt o slde l Ja Wso A f llyt t t. .lo re d R t te er i te no le
rinP NEW AM B-o t17S0,u the secodquarter en N o rl t the bettr waCh o ug.W e wel
S E9S t n l .ad d ay be T hi fito Tthe S e e 'eClub 'e KMauee tyh id a u.

B -.os b t ViCwa casito e to reem fAb or htnn de otn then f re th I e fcr n.c nd t a.. 1 t sac-
ten ta o el e w i l a o a n oothe h ar io see .. 2 1 a ted hing t he basr t ad-t ene y ump fr To .

ttel hsre s ,. .. 1 0 2 went ahead mak blte sCor 1 l4 o teas a ea. adw n, imeiate- n the sl e e. h
IXI8" wdiano y arte alBrn.1 2 steass n t ofe o the ssvondt aer r om eras u
5E foara eh. sbs .o v tb Lr .. o 1 r Ubgd erhowl the Emblem A eOrl b hrd was u m inrie s o hEeS isret C -
eat. At- rte. ostedBaaedt t o ie CTb ofl eat ue and comp, e ea i tto 1 q What was Al Rosen's b igNit en s

seMbei tBeyBCardmDi xovnhe t ineje ot o f ca Leystn er. scor
a Seeal ph'a Richard Bi0hop .... O 1 0 1 bt t h nuh qurTI th O Wit
S tnle bs l to nm l ath oer the theWill Coya a .... S 0 0 0 bem Club rushd th e san
a 1 il M .amenta andisefor b yeDsty oe bo ualin dshawa.. e1 0 1 2 rs behind the r'6otnaly n runners on on

s aBaro e at re a in saEg ...i.. 5 2 1k ald ll, Richard kio rris and
Barra, Pltr t te, FrnctandserisstrelsrohtRusty Potter . s .. .t 0 2 6 Robat Rath aber, 10 pot ts to t
hi ks- on t.he f.s t- s pits. o mll r ..re....... steball control on both sides t nd ond, the atter hes, the
utea al gocand s" n"o tOscrolr h.ai estly whini y. way through a treaerous a- .I
S .hot Ar ino e rae 2hi eweano seriol. otswd 1ci aa0 t 0 .n6 The Emblem Club moved oute race with the .-l a
mos val r upabteA e -J Ia ch .. a 1 2 t p..re as u wstri.ana ndiR.ARg .Ro Nth bs orlac n."ses r Ayh c-i:twould empty te

por the cede oe dle 0 10 bresw a rl and are on the wayt bounces wy and both ru nnersl i

URI!, 1 bal 0atil 1he 6inth Triol 7o ftori Gibrd
6 h6 fo md antcW P Ennis 1 Egene " O 0 tar but fel ort n lntCEROYldvance a base. Is this lele ?-
n o a a et i sine VICEROYS are ade with as raar on 0 to
totr aind .plae ndi wtinhthi p ol Curtis Fitheral 0 0 0 ve t ortearits eme fine importedtobco,

ake i d Wahe Sn. a. otral s 10 20pae cod .e Tropsw 0t p t the quality remains unchanged.e.
Yank we m herDTW L ht. GB M sno h, ph abaterhts-Barae VICEROYS' filterhenhaBnce ther
hot AmericanLeaguere. ?i at. p on A L, ad 3-2, 1-4, 9-14, way the quarter ended I-f for the han hasi- the runner wld le + q P" "+ |
S i~or ,tAR 0LEA D LWADcr ead w l w the a stonersr. 1 5 e soVOr of its choice tobacrt.

s Cin ty eWa.i aui an Bot, from 3 he w o It prevents stains on yourw

:Kanosasm CiEtyUs using f teeth, and throat irritation.
p as, ,O thr 4 pdm. Al An-s yong- In the ecoutq uarter Ray woIh e have he np
t pt eM. w n to train for the JU N2S Cwadwells......p1 2 1 2 Caldweil started htLtlng the has Q BobGrim's soedig hbow Is. a V -l

weO aLtElAay iriwwerroke C bd..e.... C0l 0 e 0
sI- nay daanes o Nt"AtMa un "'Noadst bfe .101- In.odoi the Ydc- as.i.hislmal?.;.-
to go10ntofi acean IenIC..1 -e I A I Te m3rwon20 .. t quapeenI. ATrI&3rrt n .,AN
Yan ke es sw fr tbenJanit,-0-pe--__ lace.a r .. 2 1 4 u s whowing a te E mem A. Grlm'g rehord Was t ae n n.r WW lmgjll,, na-r.

Be ws fo fi eruns'Totals1ecia twoIn8Chur on ron.. .. e t en 1 1 1 sJS CO.Nea fIa S E
akd eas-inga s, gn -in tC'anll, Blsa. wil b5 105 .o3 f Keystoners 1t . 19
i ue iutn a tl.a groupsu. s a Pohs t, Cin. 10 Is4o 70 17 5 031 _cCallen, h o ....urt qu er 7 1 1em-
7A~ eLaplce, oinh 1e ren 77 1th3 nd~ Nucbles, iu .art...r..d e o0, 0 e- 0ong, raushe VIC;tOYe
o r me- Impoement r eatso a ,~_ C rBrdiChaw. eral r ..e .o r oting 3 0i
l l It r .s w s 0 om R~Rachetrt Rhbe.., ponts toa I
m iCwlgl mth 3 orm t~.~~A ~Qn, me it. 1 1 95 145 .350 for the ey ners and a final, 1

Jim Wilson Itche a eni po .an, Det 9--1o n p co .rs wi h. score oc 3.... t 2 0 1 6
Sne iICle. 10 3N 8a d6 .31m puoallc ..t.... -1 2
Sof tho ceLr and are on the way 0.L r
Su t b-ll unti the th Trials for Atnti ide chdren 4 1 2
o e, 4pi-, thd el d t oeo-Sot .9-
The r matnyc am: to s It tr ide te d cltwas for the trialseand Gibraltar both handled thegrl S aiCE RO
hen Larry Db i ngled hom ewil be A nouncedid ndw the nairlu ball carefully bnd the artr hee rethy'e reh

t0 rn tln aou t dc otr urseInehooae en17e5oBal n ener lded 3d to 2for Las Tre.hereforeorte'2e e2
t.hrn todba ckheoCar diE EGEls ,.. -gvet---rste- NOpi'IESor aewte
to reach second..It was SRt,-e' Bishopn0InthsncerVI
01-o.lev ldand arrng ethre eano0 oru0 U0 the same fine imported, tobacos8
M0 Og aCn sca-Iremenetof e vice-. presi-HBrd aw 1012theiremainsfR
Gs Zo al drove in there e rn dent, wluf fly 1E etaly and Ge0r. ----- Trobperts IS ft pf t qut
withG--two homers nd Rasci beat many inthe interest ofothe Washt-o.IaG McDonOug'h, .Rs... 2
sad r ffIn O 0a D. C. Int-er national at TEAM=- K W l,00 GBfoyer,3a 5 1 VICEROYS' filter- enhances the
h formei be did at Laurel Race Course. Nov. ld, MAtO LEAGUE LEADERS M r ...... 321 5 0 i1hc t cs

(DeyonDaStnpthdhltbatSPdDixon, rBof .... w4 8 316 stains1oneyourTe8
8emon,c ..A.....f..0 1 0 andtthroatSirritatioR
;rn L" D ,sne hoewlb 1thnerG sAT nUa NlIcrulyn .0 h 1 0 thereth,ey'retI
NATIONAl LEAGUE Nowberry, c -- .T tSf0 0 2 0
8churoff, 0 1 Iin o W
..... Cino.I, Bids. I. t15a59a105 .t Totals 19241963 oLPe.wnc noghrf3e,21

B n .- Aibbure id it Level"R-.e Coun, Pse. 102 3. 63 128 .30 oekn..s.... .3 41VI R Y fi e

L-. ....K snide, 3km Le asG UE L21.315 Puv ... .::2 024
"a..I' "et.. .. .. ..f
( Bond0on-314 ofid i, atbat s)3.3to2n,e .. ...2 014.
-,.. 2OsltCeve 17426 13 uiila, I 0 0 0 1

"...$. ... --+.;-om*#" %+I .' i o ....,:.." i0- ,_r.S Kuszew a kI,Sndr liadremmp, .uegam S ..........~ To... t:::.....18.5 ,_al_.rY o s 29272385... ...II -4l:tp 4l "' ' +_.. o;,= ,,,-0l l k

.. ornbrgh, ......... 8 0 0
OP*2 4_- _n a- ..: ,e, ......... Na naogria , 5 6 4 161 > E
I==' ,::* St..*;- MME TE 18-Y TST *
Ps wo---U 21 Kaline. 'irs ........ ."tl, * 4 1 4 9 ..I hoard so much about VICEROYS that
.* i me, a......... 94 h I .... 3 2 4
........ s Tucker, .. ... ... 1 0 3 d to sksthe1 ytstI
,' 3 DaI::::: .! .. .. 5 8 3 18 found thefilert ti producjut th
nts Totals 312591 right kind of smh." .
Iort Clayton
-aline ........ 145 J, ssn,, 5 ... ::f lbh
aDa 1 "13- o-a ......... f I Curr65vSA, ... 1. ..
-.... 136 D. :- e. 0 6 i --
.U'e--s-a."1 3",) Pa, g .. .. .. .. o 1. 0
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Mlnuel Grajales, LACSA's spe-
cial representative, will be the
host to the group. (Mercurio)

I' -
TODAY 75 & .40
1:00, 2:40, 4:45, 6:45, 9:05 "1.



of her night club trademarks. which were opened Friday.
She proved an immediate sen- The Hauke offer, which was a
station in New York. As a result lump sum bid of $1,894, was the
of her night club successes she lowest among five. The work in-
was signed by 20th Century-Fox. eludes the glazing and repairs to
BHer influence on certain as- windows of a warehouse at Mrt.
pects of American women's fash- Hope and the re-roofing of
ions, jewelry and makeup in the building 5108 in the Mount Hope
40s probably was as great as her area.
success in the entertainment
world. W. A. kogers and Serviclo
Her trademarks-heavy, or- Brouwer were apparent low bid-
nate costume jewelry, heavy ders on two other Panama Canal
makeup and the fantastic, near- projects.
garish hats -soon became ae- The Rogers bid of $308 was
cepted wear for many young low for the furnishing of labor
women in this country during and supplies In connection with
the war years. electrical work at the Refrigera-
She was small, only 5 feet, 2. tion Plant in Balboa. The Sled-
But her act often was termed une trical Service Company was the
Jt., PtiMalWsSh Training Of- of the most audience-captivat- only other bidder.
Selves the eampr nations of Col. ing in the nightclub circuit Her Serviclo BrQuwer entered a
Director, upon reeelvt a citation for success in the Unimed States also low offer of $590 for the exterior
I Army Medical Center. The citation touched off a "Latin American" and interior painting o" hi'ldlng
W. Dean, right, Superintendent of Gor- wave of South American pic- 713-x the boys' gymnasium an5
tures and record successes. storage building In Balboa.

Middle Refused Reserve Commission

Because Mother Was Once A Communist
NEW YORK, Aug. 6 (UP) -A "He reformed rme and got into Landy weild have an opportunity When Landy walked to the platb
midshipman wao was second man trouble for it. He told me to to appeal. He said, however, a form to receive his license as a
in his class at the U. s. Merchant choose between hin and the Com- naval commission is not an inher- third mate in the merchant me.
Marine Academy has been refused munist Party and I choie him"' ent right of a Merchant Marine rine, applause resounded trotS-
a commission in the Naval reserve The 54-year-old woman, who Academy graduate but a privilege.' out the hall. He was the only
because his widowed mother waS wdrks as a handsewer in a Del. This tine of reasoning, however, I graduate to receive applanke de-
a Communist during World War mar, N. J., coat factory, said she didn't make it less tough for the'spite a request that the audience
'1 wh th time ...am y e s y joined the party out of "loneliness yotig graduate at yesterday's refrain from it.
When the time came yesterday amd curiosity." ceremony.
for the 98 graduates to raise their When the time came to raise' Caught in the middle of- '.
hana anna tase he oat as an e.-I She said that shortly after her hands and receive the oath, Lan- controversy was the Daughters f
sign in the naval reserve Eugenu husband died at about the time of dy, who was seated in the frontithe American Revolution
uTiam Landy, described as "one Eugenk's birth she "drifted" into row, stood with the others, but he other awards the honor t
of the brightest students we have the party In reehold, N. J. was th einly man in that row not ceived was an annual DAR a
ever hbaa, st.Qd ram-rod ta.ht "I never intended to bring a- to raise his hand. His expression Gertrude 8. Carraway, pre.
with bo d han at is sid. bout a revolution," she said. "I was fied, general of thi patriotic or.k.a-
The Navy bid informed hi W very weak on theory. I never .ion, said in Washington t t.,
just boe..- the graauakon cerm- !t'omunim to be a o p Alm t knmediately the m i d- organization went ahead w"th'
mie that his application. a racy. Out here in this rutraarea shipman beasme the center of a award because the academy-
commis sin ha m~ denied. it was more to a '-karie-flatch.' furor over thi question of guilt by the actual selecL on of the
Pr at to ceremony at teI Landy said he would seek the association. i "We have no say in it." she,
academy at Kings Point, Le em ad of Sens. Clffon Case and Sociaflit leader Norman Thom. "We ve never had an
sand, was the cause of Lad'si. Alexander Smith of his home as fired off a telegram to Defense this happen before. Buti
ff9 a blackbuli asgae ad woud also apea1 to e t a Ms E. Wilson pro- nothing to do with the w
m Aathes he told at Navy Secretary Chales S. Thom. testag 6a Nevws stand. of the prize."
.Cmai nmist arty OS S as to overrule the decision. One of Ind's atsmates. Louis
l f at Lahndy wasa e of three grad- ee clati aeti-i ady till will rema
S'eate left the Invat" ofb hin lass to bl denied a ." l w midshipmen mJishapman in the nawl -e
a M b ar a's1" "t'=i'- mna tI the K reerve. decision. s.a si-anth *"p
S he otheo r two ,-4,et me Lb
th v Spama bk. ene LnWtoNavy's decimst
al aaeW." following 0
4n-~nad. a doubt. ,r.e.d
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ten days b re' to confer with eAffe te Canal Zone
Chapter:of the Tubesculoi A*lo *4e .on local prob-
lems. He attended-a li~Cheon ;tltit ru-livft by director of
the local chapter, following which he vidste- Oorgas fo)pital
with Dr. Mutellari to Inspect-the iacWlttea for the care of
patients and to discuss problems n the' care and assistance
for tuberculosis patinets."

late last month in the States.
In aditen to his -.wie, Mr.
Hartm--n t' n irvived by a ksater,
Mrs. Fred Hall, of St. Petersburg,
Fnneral arrafngemients will be
announced later,
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Little Lea~
Utt~~~~ eL a e.A INDEPENDENT
I ,,,,, ,, MM 0~ ..._ J4.. ..
Girls 12Boys .

a ies were born to th fol- ." re

coco Solto, deulhter: A 2-C and nou t o more
SrBulganin. Turns Coni iw o

0010 Hosptl. during Cll Nora alM.
a'aeckocending aomidnigh

Solitoadmughter;d .and 9Mfls

Ronald! Least, of Coco Solito, son: C on-ciliotorpte spprtDe
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnsont, of u ror m..miu rn s er ohtte'
dort oulick, dau ,hter; Mr. n OeCOe w-ppll ean ta."
K rengts neol, of Cocto olo' ,mtdaughtern8w2haidursArhr Lo Ldsthe r emed rl lm BA
sables wererborntoathe101-thoiore r-rmu y- '--

lowing pAretsowoaentiof- paredPAoAMxmi11Lw.h all e- eventual ompletI ManINS 0 m-31111"hftset fle
an d M rs.Mrd V MRm l t bC raan dnd m atnaTZ A Rh e O ctob erP o ri y' n ou
M loS on M r Robae r dPA is-hCrtOlc oc, otoAa n.oly the mt 11l.h 01 a.
rws. Ro ben r dMilleof CrnC e1) h t P ropoe a l cutnaten s avYFVnPYM
o Frnl e eld, daughter;Plso eMr.sp oeu rep ltr .e su.OM .r.
ultr=ii bless. ~. __________ ni
Kennlth Hill, Of Coco Solito mier Nikollicystate.e
t onepcuti-reimly next.B.fwe t,

.and Mr s l dob ert M r.nex, fCo c e hre lt'-Arm. _vac'

Ke eh i Coo o th, raneate rB a in e a e oviet considered as i the Kremlin last May eo0 d th e elrmli tlon oh armed Under muulaw, Den-. 9' a.. j l '-r
B fBulg~aninTunsCoor

F ort Gu M lduhe n bronheee ba gli 94 i olcokwth 4 resden9 l:ehdwr reheotowill oe of thpBrit,.
. a dMrs. F e e c o m be V e u, of C OC O u S O t a o c u 1 0 t d ti lt n h mm a t h hA ind e. T 2 N t er a d.. .**
At isprss onorn;in Cpl.osls ntrey.ThlMrs.t eo P.Hal eafl kow
Si were tor tnew statement yesterday that "more realistic and morete n caed for progessive forces and e p reaction on ha ras wde drl

Eaid~t e nt sodgugai'sarmamentsme ecrtiehasle er ledig p oan irse paltvi' rg egit.88
l of other nation- the Soviet government is pre- omr erm-eal s buup v ane e ra -.S_ .d.
eventual complete ban on atom-b nueag .f.I. E ",r

lowin parnt th u en Sve w lhs"aae refy i 99an xps .d "eir aa aGna .And
altles: P. and Mrs. Eustace L. h ed tex e "idt all se-hla s n of tes .om un s ot .o'
P o o ste ofersofCa iviiranaa annd hydrogen wons, _wip elt oeded trn -
ofrifft, Coraneilon daughter; Mr. tiousnsresidt lseno- eh bZ L0.

fobnso ne nareetvBtai or exct hangvety of m.,bttenbd a ntds ,,~eu o Mi n ltsHdeue3 tegfimn odoEOU, osLa U) 014 ireplydJue1
militarynmn Bulganthtie Blainso ,cvreun.lhus ae. sIsadi m pec ete 94, sa lr l h Acut
Teeu "ere b".

and Mrs. Rbtilnde. Foster, of dreo the Sup rem soviet that 0ave aw .more than it/k .bU-,1 DObWr a

asontoe. Mr.n: and t sd. Cob dint "beieue the potacanoh u eiono Pesden

,daughthe r. r.valnd h mrss. on lcrosebaly reouonr an Cell, eelingaEsexmnhoer a o uexthans emlaryie bYto l~ tl ean taIad..,~ ~ p /.& a s the..br,.
Wl. RobinsMon. of Colon, dauOSh- ovan greIt rel igeti- ier ,othe heads of government of Ro- bout 200000,000. ver a tnarrw r e.. te of a .
ten; Mr. and Mrs. eth ll O ranvile c anc Ti a g Bint di n a nsa emov the r K. ., the United States, Britain B B nson said the. hpe U. -t Arm1 1pokefa 'Oto da to and
Reece, of Colon, son; Mr. and m n tat re e th l icandug. --and France at Geneva, surplus "place us grave tther soldiers were i- ftel b
Mrs. calvin 0or. ThompSon of t te nre e a entrtne Then he added: On thisocca- repponuite as well as se-
ainb tsone rs. dintatthexeete MiIi o a son l want to sa that ertan t m t-et oblems" To o the sold were' I-
main i tsoando'Mrs.anus t acL. dhm o L
cesar VlloriIa, of Rainbow C feriee. hearte attMPteradayde a foreign newspapers have inter- keep its friends, abroad. he Mid, outright. Another 1yed en
Grfih fC r e irn d auher with thidlw X~ae a u e m "ourmutua Intersts I

daughter; Mr.. nd s Alexan- I prested erroneously remarks in the United tae must discuss t 11t Armvacua-
tsheOterchonfteehOrB rgard-t444dthe ther dir."
d i aitythe ueitsterday ulgniblaMiss Miranda, born in Portu- msehe osaryest erd e regd w tad d-or tohAumel
dagtnM.'n r.Cr .said certain newspapers--pre- gal in 1914, lilt Hollywood with ing theredisarmamtentW propsa Ii ordtrade th oe O h huge..d -"
worrell, of COlOi daughter and sumably of the West.ohad 'ens- 1 1g40 with he iesident eingetstoe'
Pre. and Mrs. CharesVreux, of ralously" drawn that conci,-apbegune n sg te a thoo
examne al q resitbateerr hud hther

Newal RokLo ainbwSA Plane sadThrsayheT8Har0Atak AbtnHomien f V as n Uf us
-toran Mr sAC e nyi o"his press conference in Way." prsopois tlries I s n4e n
S M inCorns Washha n ton Thursday the mres- Her tchy singing style and o ntrue. rEesRt rtfn, whell ko
R odent mis oa ulgan ls criticism of amed decorative hats led her to wb vhr i o y sW t Uthe yera dl at d
THove Mission his disarmament plandid not stardom not ohly In films but in Obvrour n we(ro t tlt ?t

mgognstoso h eanb Russiarhadsawoed tsediensndf en-rsvorL our 1 ownjCI dia .mnt....e__ .-n it *R.plt
n andloMr oae n It. ehe wa ae married to David ea- & posia but we have never re-itiny he r s a rs d "
Smc peaking at the closing meet- bastion In Beverly HUiS iwn 1 fused and will never refuse to yars .a
MsCavno.rthe smoftneputuorrarnby whnese d f nm ael examine seriously D ean other Cn rT. M r Nateuan Was' retired
In CoombiardentofthesnreentGenevafConwhh atdrli1 and o n p pionpal basntedtontanc e reairnrects therkIsthtmug' leto she of the boppis ith "ec lly
BOGOTA, Colombia. Aug. 6 had been a special sex then reconciledoo th e d
C(esP-A mission from the U.S. Son to hear his reportamnMrna2ido on toeae Ttrhe couple had no children to finda solution oti orn- tISt eesion. w e &nthiv e
arlne Corps will came to Co- hiy Four summit talks at Gene- Her agent saltd she died about 5 .picatsdproblem.
9lombia soon unen an agreement va, Bul anin bore out that view. n.m., but the body was not dis- mo wsy first employed JTune 1,
with the government here, it Sbortly after Bulganin spoke, covered until hours later. As I said fn my speech yester-4,.rmutalerk t,
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