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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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ELEVEN AIRMEN OUT OF RED CHIN&-Eleven U.S. airmen treed front
tivity pose together alter arriving at Hong Kon g. Standing (left to right): (
Silver springs, Md.; A/1C Steve R. Kiba, Akron,O.; Lt. Jonn W. Bruck,' Arms
Wallace L Brown, Banks, Ala.; Capt. Eugene Vaadi, Clayton. N. Y.; Maj. N
LewisbUrg, Pa.; and Capt. Elmer F. Llewellyn, Hissoula. Mont. Kneeling (le
Howard Brown, St. Paul, Minn.; A/2C John W. Thompson II, Orange, Va.
Schmidt, Portland, Ore.; and A/2C Harry H. Benjamin, Jr., Worthil



Charges By 11 Al



May Go To U.N.

TAICHIKAWA AIR BASE, Japan, Aug. 8 (UP)-Charges ment under
that 11 American airmen were tortured, and beaten by the activities o
ply and Co
Communist Chinese probably will go before the United Na- But, he
tions, informed sources said today. fused to l
The word body will attempt to determine to what extent stood up ih
the alleged brutal treatment was used to wring confessions repudiated
duced at h
from the airmen, the sources said. "They
The charges may affect Red China's hopes of joining the on a sta
United Nations, the sources added. a tSod_ 1
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Ueo r Ib "ti .and so ,tary
confnement at a .press confer-
ence lftterday.
V{iffenev*, member of the
Red Chinese delegaUft meet-
ing with U.S. representatives
denied the charge, and said
they were "sheer 1arication.")
The men are to leave Tachi-
kawa air base Wednesday for
Travia Air Force base, Calif., an
Air Force spokesman said.
The men have asked that their
families not be brought to the
West Coast. They prefer to go
home Individually to reunions.
The airmen went through more
rigorous physical examinations
today to determine if t h e ii
health suffered during their
forced stay in Red China.
One-.f .the men, Daniel C.
Schmilt, of Redding, Calif.,
finally talked by telephone
with his 21-year-old wife who
remarried in the belief he was
killed in Korea. The modern-
day "Enoch Arden" refused to
disclose details of the con-
versation about their tangled
marital affairs.
Col. John Knox Arnold, lead-
er of the airmen whose super-
fort was shot down over North
Korea An January, 1953, repu-
diated all statements and "con-
oessions" wrung from the men
ty CommUnisfi physical and
mental rsuasion.
He fought back tears as he
told how the Reds treated him
and his crew.
His thin face twisted with e-
motion and his voice breaking
occasnaily, the Silver Springs,
Md. fler admitted he gave the
Com~Uuts military informa-
tion -Wder torture.
"I wai subject to a type of
persualion that civilized per-
sons don't believe anyone could
do," he said.
His crqw members & firmed
that Arnold received tfteular-
ly severe treatment. He admitted
he gave the Reds ntformSation
he should have withheld. *
"They wanted any informa-
tion I might have-any," be tcld
the newsmen. "And I have to
tell, I'm not proud of it, but l
have to tell you. They got what
1 had."
Al the fliers except MaJ.
William U. Baumer, Lewisburg,
Pa., said they made "confes-
sions" of iW.egally invading
Communist China and in some
cases espionage.
Baumer said he was not forc-
ed to sign, apparently because
of his physical condition. He
was wounded in the foot when
the Supeifort was shot do w n


Id said he signed a state-' (Contiu


IMPRISONMENT ENDIED-Coi. John K. A
ver Springs, Md., one of 11 U.S. airmen f
Reds, talks with an unidentified medics
Kong. Col. Arnold was the senior officer a
leaflet-dropping bomber which was shot d
rea in the closing days of tI


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PANCANAL MILK RUN Ike Asserts

Hi, diddle diddle Atom Ready
The cat and the fiddle,
A cow jumped intc the Canal! A C rvan '
Make up your own rhyme from tered the upper Gatun Lock SA rva nI
there and say it delayed two chamber at 4:11 p.m. and did
ships for 15 minutes at Gatun not clear the locks until 5:46, a
Locks. 115-minute delay, charged in the WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP)-
The two ships were the Cap- i books simply as bovine interfer- President Eisenhower told scien-
tain Tone and Almirante Brion ence. twists throughout the world today
They had just been towed into, r that "the atom stands ready to
the east chamber of Gatun Da A become man's obedient, tireless
SCommunist cap- Locks Sunday afternoon on whatFou re servant, if man will only allow
ol. John K. Arnold appeared to ie a normal north- it."
Col. John K. Arnold. bound transit. e en nc F
thw e, Tenn.; Lt. Before the gates could be Mr. Eisenhower's statement,
William H. Baumer, closed behind them for the down M ise ne ste me,
eftA m a n Danieght):T/gt ockchamb swam into the lto be delivered to the United
ington Minn lock chamber.d rorS r Loiei Nations Conference on the e
It had escaped from a small Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy
Gatun Lake boat from which it Four barefoot youths this morn- at Geneva by Admiral Lewis L.
was being unloaded near the ing received sentences ranging Strauss, chairman of the Atomic
Aids to Navigation Division boat from $25 suspended fines to 30 Energy Commission.
landing. days In jail after the Balboa The Chief Executive told the
m A crew of sea cowboys was Magistrate found them guilty of scientists: "You can best unfold
rni hurriedly assembled and a rope loitering around a tuna ship. to the people of the world the
was attached to the cow and she The boys, three of them teen- bright promise of the benign a-
was towed outside the Locks and agers, were found hanging a- tom."
back to the landing, round a tuna boat docked at He said the atom wears no na-
T 0 When two ships are locked Pier 7 in Balboa late Saturday tionality and recognizes no fron-
through at one time, the Locks night. They were told repeatedly tiers. "It Is neither moral nor
Division folks call it a tandem to leave the area where they had immoral. Only man's choice can
lockage. Thus far they have fail- no official business, but each make it good or evil.'
ed to come up with a proper time returned. Finally the cap-
name for two ships and a cow. tain of the ship called the police Mr. Elsenhower reaffirmed
r torture about the The -two 300-foot vessels en- when he found the youths a- this nation's "determination
f his 581st Air Resup- board the ship. to help find ways by which the
communications Wing. miraculous inventiveness of
proudly said he re- Thiefl ourd The severest sentence, 30 days man shall not be dedicated to
gn a "confession" the IIIe UIUIrU in jail, was imposed on the old- his death, but consecrated to
written for him. He- ebt defendant, Ismael Paredes, his life."
n aPeiping court and au A Ar e 22. A 10-day Jail sentence was
it whei it was intro- Bu HW MuWUu given Dimas Caballero, 16, and He said this pledge, which he
4Is "tri" he said. the other two defendants, Ro- first gave on Dec. 8, 1953, to the
t a signature lndo 0. Hassan, 15, and Marcos U.N. General Assembly, "has be-
ment wrch had noth- A. Fernandez, 18, were each fin- come the law of our land, writ-
mik the spy charges," A Panamanian youth wh tried ed $25 but pDyment ,was sus- ten Into our statutes bY the A-
bI JSSneqit -^ to 0LnX7149 10 takepidd.. tome nar 'of
,hat by not alone t hAp to I a- not goa to gov-
iad sd: re route, ended up in the Balboa a n ernments to join with'us In this
Jail today on an old charge of cooper a t ive endeavor," Mr.
Red on Page rX ,T oL 2) petit larceny. Ad Psenhower said. "We are hope-
S...The youth, Rosendo Achurra, Aboard PakisanShip ful also that business and pro-
18, argued with a bus driver long fessional groups throughout the
enough to attract the attention A U. S. sailor who was picked world will become interested and
of a passing gpoliceman who judg- up at sea, because his finger was will provide incentives in find-
ing by a description given him, mashed in an accident on' his ing new ways that this science
picked the youth up for ques- own ship, became the only A- can be used."
tioning. merican aboard a Pakistani Navy
Achurra was wanted in con- ship. M-S Muhafiz, which today Mr. Eisenhower said the ad-
nection with stealing a portable is tied up at Rodman. vancement of the nuclear arts
stove on June 16 from a private has been the work of men of
launch Ginger which belongs to The sailor, whose identity was many nations. He said no other
Kenneth A. Thompson and was not revealed, was treated at scientific gathering of such
tied up at Diablo. Rodman, and is now awaiting scope and Impoitance as the
Achurra admitted today in the the arrival of his own ship which Geneva meeting bas ever taken
Balboa Magistrate's Court that he will join. place.
he stole the stove, and was sen- The Pakistani vessel, believed "At hand is a right op-
tenced to spend 30 days in jail. to be the first of its country to portunity to restore old lines
On a second charge of vagran- transit the Canal in the last 13 of free scientific communica-
cy he was given a 30-day sus- years, arrived yesterday from tion which have been dis-
i ended sentence, and placed on the West Coast. erupted for so many years," he
one year probation. The ship, which is of the coastal said, assuring the scientists
minesweeper type, carries a crew that in "your capable hands,
Th t' of 39 and 1i skippered by Lt. I am confident it (the atom)
C er. Ferry Cdr. M. A. K. Lodi. can be made to perform
BeSu n dd e After leaving here on Wednes- greatly for the betterment of
TI 0 D uspended day the Muhafiz will tie up at human living."
Norfolk, Va. before returning to
Thatcher Ferry service will be her home port. The conference i, being at-
suspended for normal vehicular tended by 70 nations. It will
traffic for a two-hour period on P Id Si run through Aug. 20. Besides
ta the mornings of August 10 and Presideni IgnS the U. S. delegation, headed by
17. Te Raise Strauss, 183 U. S. scientists, en-
The service will be closed to CZ, T eacher R i gineers and nuclear experts are
irnold (left), of Sil- normal traffic from 8 to 10 on attending.
reed by the Chinese both mornings to permit t h e An overall raise of 7 1-2 per- The PDEC said the U. S. con-
al officer at Hong movement of troops and equip- cent has been approved for Ca- tribution to the conference will
aboard an Ameran ment during two disaster con- nal Zone teachers, be the largest this country has
own over North Ko- trol exercises which are being Word was received on the Isth- ever made to an international
he war. conducted by the armed serv- mus today by E. Hatchett, pres- scientific meeting.
ices. dent of the Teachers' Organiza- The Unitsd States has set
,-... During the two-hour period on tion on the Canal Zone and sec- up an atomic reactor at the con-
both mornings all traffic except retary of the Central Labor Un- ference site.
that involved in the Disaster ion-Metal Trades Council. It also has installed as a
L Control exercise will be routed The report stated that the display, and for the use of those
S across the Canal over Miraflores Teachers' Pay Bill, 8.1093. was attending the conference, a lib-
... Bridge. signed by the President Friday, rary of technical information.


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MrIMDLTOWN, N.J., Alug. 8 -
(UP) Police arrested eight
impatient New Yorkers yester- ,s. .
day for gambling aboard a boat
bound from New York to Middle- SOBS LOOKING AT SON'S PICTURE-. At Lewisburg. Pa.,
town. Mrs. Mary Baumer chokes back sobs as she looks at a photo
The boat was a "race, track of her son, Maj. William Baumer, who crossed to freedom on
special" which daily takes com- crutches, with 10 othtr U.S. airmen who were freed by the
muters to the Monwouth Park Chinese Reds, Mrs. Baumer's nieces, Barby Hendricks (left)
race track, and Patty Foust. look on.


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GEN EVA, Aug. 8 (UP) The United States announc-
ed at the opening of the historic atoms-for-peace confer-
ence today that it will place atomic fuel on sale for use
in peaceful research.
Adm. Lewis L. Strauss, chairman of the U.S. Atomic
Energy Commission, told newsmen at the-United Nations
atomic conference that enriched uranium the stuff Mett
runs atomic plants will be leased or sold for research.2
Hd said the Atomic Energy Commission will announce
a price list shortly.
.This was one of the big breaks in President Elsen.
showers two-year-old atoms for peace program which
brought scientists from 72 nations to the global atom fair
here. ,o"
American and British firms announced yesterday they
would put atomic reactor on the market. But they wdi~aid
that buyers would have to obtain their own fuel.
Strauss' "uranium for sale" conquests made by his mind"
declaration at a press conference Hammarskjold said.
in the old League of Nations Another message came thu
headquarters listed this addi- Soviet Premier Nikoll 31ii'
tional barrier from the path of ni w e i hee
free-enterprise utilization f a- ed ai. dtkta


awtomse wyrp F WN W#4 a
dramatic predE-tion that Man
will hariesA the d ydrogen
bomb within 20 years add thus
make available, the limitless
power of the sun itself.
The prediction which electri-.
fied the meeting came from Dr.
Hom J. Bhabha, the distinguish-
ed Indian physicist who is pres-
ident of the conference.
It means that the atoms-for-
peace talks, bringing the first
cracks in the iron curtain of a-
tomic secrecy- were outdated be-
fore they really started.,
Today's m e e t i ng, which
brought together 1260 scien-
tists from 72 nations, was an-
other international triumph
for President Eisenhower who
brought new hope to the world
In December, 1953 by suggest-
ing before the United Nations
that the world pool its atomic
information for peaceful uses.
United Nations secretary-gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold who
opened the U.N.-sponsored con-
ference, and Swiss President
Max Petiplerre paid trioute to
the initiative of the American
President.
Hammarskjold told the 1260
scientists, 800 government and
industry observers and nearly
600 newsmen:
"Do not fail to recall on this
occasion that it was to the ini-
tiative taken by the President of
the United States.. .that we owe
the origins of this conference.
"The conference...might well
mark the beginning of the phase
during which man will have left
his bewilderment, his fear be-
hind and will begin to feel the
elation of one of the greatest

Driver Fined $15


Lawdy, Lawdy, Look What Women Are Up To For Driving Bus
On Wrong Street
NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (UP) -- sapequa, N.Y., was named the got into the news strictly by ac-
Women have proved lately the) first known woman cantor in the cident. A bus driver who couldn't un-
can make news with or without Jewish religion. In Rockland, Me., motorist derstand why he couldn't drive
an uplift from Christian Dior. Forty-one-year old Mrs. Kitty Mrs. Blanche Merriam careened down any street he felt like, was
While Dior relocated the femi- Rush Partridge steered a 1902 through a stop light, sideswiped fined $15 in Balboa MaiaMte's
nine bosom, hips and waistline, horseless carriage all the wa y two cars and finally smashed in- Court this morning, bw oay-
a 70-year-old woman who doesn't from York, Pa., to Long Beach, to a house, knocking it two inch- ment of the fine was stdpended,
give a fig for fashions was hik- Calif., and gave serious thought es off its foundation, and he was placed on one year
ing the Appalachian trail from to chugging north to Alaska on She explained later she acci- probation.
Georgia to Maine all by herself. her way home. dently stepped on the gas in- Vera Baltazar. a 51-year-old
Mrs. Emma Gatewood of Galli- stead of the brake. Panamanian, w a s indignant
polls hopes to become the first In New York, Mrs. Helen Sch- Mrs. Anna Schindel became so when picked up for the opera-
woman ever to make the grade mergel and her nice, Miss Fancy engrossed w it h Washington tion of his bus in a prohibited
alone. Schmeigel, turned up as t he landmarks during a sightseeing area in the townsite of Paraiso.
Freckle-faced, 17-year-old Ca- city's only professional women trip on the Potomac River she He was found dropping a pas-
nadian Marilyn Ball, wearing paper hangers. They were shape- decided to take a closer look. senger on Espalaba Street. Reg-
an unfashionably modest on e- less overalls Dior would have She leaned so far over the ulations forbid vehicles of this
piece bathing suit, became the dreamed of. railing she fall in the water. Two type to be on any street except
youngest person ever to swim And then there was Myrtle. men rescued her unharmed. Paraiso Road.
the English Channel. What a doll!
Shirley Campbell, 19, another That's right, a real doll, made
Canadian, failed by less than a of cardboard, and clad in a Bi- B i
mile to swim across Lake On- kini bathing suit, which every- Bare Necessities
tario-but she was cheered as one knows is going out of style.
though she had accomplished Myrtle Rot a Bessemer, Ala., o
the feat. husband in plenty of hot water.
A St. Louis housewife made He posed for a photograph with LONDON, Aug 8 (UP) British censors consider it bad
news simply by having a baby- the doll. taste for nudes to wear shoes on the stage, Dancer Denise
or rather, two of them. With His wife threatened to s u e Vane disclosed today.
twins, Mrs. Gregory J a n s o n Myrtle for alienation -of affec- Nudes may appea* on the Brtish stage if they do not
brought her total score to 13- tons and indecent exposure un- move and the Lord Chamberlain's Office approves the pose.
1hot counting six nieces and nep- til the chief of police convinced Blonde Denise revealed today she sent the Lord C tam-
hews she and her husband are her that her rival wasn't real at berlin's Office a picture of her poses and received approval,
rearing, all. If she took off her shoes.
Mrs. Sheldon Robbins, 31, Mas- A few females of the species The shoes were all she was wearing.


shot 0iYdthe -ftw wi
a few months m.
The scientists lft ed& a-
tively to the words of welc~,I
but it was the address by
Indian physicist that filled tlt
corridors of the old Leagu ot\
Nations headquarters with con-
versation, speculation and dis*
cussion of the new world he en-
visaged.
Bhabha said the earth weod
run out of all its ordinary fuel
like coal and 6il "in under a
century" and that even the up-
Continued on Page 6, Col. 4

Anti-Red POW

Testified He Saw i

Gallagher Kill 1
NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (UP),
The leader of anti-Commal-
American prisoners of war te4it
fled today that Sgt. JamesQ
Gallagher, 23, murdered a ftello
captive by beating him, kal
pending him from a hook ,on
a wall and throwing him ftou
a shelter In the cold KeXM
winter. '4 w
The witness was Sgt. L16b"
W. Pate, 23, Augusta, Ga., wt
testified at the court martial 'f
Gallagher, a Brooklyn soldier
charged with the "unpreaiedl.
dated murder" of fellow prison,
ers in a Korean prison c .
Gallagher is the first Pi4W
charged with murder.
Pate said he did not know
the victim and later waa. 'un-
successful in trying to learn his
Identity.
He said the alleged m ider
occurred in March, 1951, iz'pri-
son Camp No. 5 in North Xo-
rea.

Shipley Promoted
To Cristobal Post
Lt. E. S. Shipley has received
word today of his promotion to
the rank of captain and to the
post of district commander. of
the Police Station at Cristod1J.
The promotion becomes effc-
tive Aug. 14.
Still vacant in the Canal Monw
Police Force organization arft t
positions Gf police chief and se-
nior detective. Both of these
posts were recently vacated by
the retirement of Police Chief
George Herman and Detective
Capt. M. A. Turner.

Empty Promise
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 8 (UP1
-A bargain purchase 1
"empty cylindersw In I to
protect pedestra bs ftromi
outside the rst city tre--
mory backfired yetedf0 .'
Firemen were rushed
scene when a trusk hit
the cylinders and loose&t
nia fumes. A second eyH I
so was found to


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At last we got d few days off and pulled out lor Padre Island
I the valley, making Lhe 318 miles to Brownsville by noon. And
t a time with My oid bladder trouble' returning. They want-
to take me right back to my doctor, but I said no, and we pro-
ed on to' te Island. another 40 miles, and found the mak-
of ar*] V e backed by New York cash and.Florida price.,
tMs infor aed s-the Gate that the average run of cars crossing
wMkly 26,000 at a dollar a shot. Not back for a 4 million dol-
| eatment, -. ,,
o fng Thursday, they said the '.rowd was light, but they
IngWel a i warm of beei.
retuirtd to Brcvnasville for the night and took off early
t *flang to see the Mugee Bailey that in the near future
e California look like a has been. I won't in this be able
Sbut a little of what I saw, but we.drove tor hours over
ads from town to towh with no space In between.
Moe Of the old cilirus cachards are gone and moqt have
ed to cotton and other crops We mqyed in to.-Itoi Dam,
- Bing there at noon to viev the wonder.- an4 b.ig&. lake
S furnished the water that makes 'the valley a paradise. We
- e in to Laredo for the a'ght and we'll give you more next
S -]-Pop Wrigtt.
i R r CONVERSION COSTS
S Referring to the letter appearing the 4al1 Box Aug, 2 by
S'H.D., I would like to ask the following:
1 Allowing that he may not know the meaning of a "decision
Ir Christ." and that his calculations relative t1 the cost of one
T overt might be correct, is the value he gives more or less than
tat which God places on one sodl? The answer may he found
) 9A Matthew chapter 16. verse 26 of God's Books
_ That we all have some accounting to do. G040 or otherwise,
* set forth In Wiomuns chapter 14, verse 12, and ft wouldn't hurt
S read the next verse either.
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By VICTOR RIMEL
YOKOHAMA-I went out with
the Japanese special anti-areotc
national police on a raid of opium
des so I could see for myself that
the Commies were selling smug-
gled.heroin to our .Gl.
That's exactly what we found.
No one from now on-not
Army, not the State Dept.-wilte
able to deny that the Commuilst
International is in he opium bust-
ness, both to demoralize our young
soldiers and to help pay for the
infiltration of strategic unions
here.
But let me give it to you as it
happened. You Judge for yourself
whether the Commies have ended
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This raid started atop the Kan- ".
agawa Prefecture overnme ntb t i
Building. Veterans of this touand as s r e .
rt city will remember the b\ui~ -s *a
.It is right opposite the old .49rPu
wartime headquarters of our 8th
Army. Along with several special : ...a Paul? haven't t
Japanese narcotic agents, I climb. \. th FAecl m.a, b 't to
ed 7 flilhts-no easy stunt after thrred i as n
years of Lindy's food. There on there theme I havea
eth roof, in a quonset but which isdel







into cars and slowly made off ncrl '.
across Yokohama anti.narcotcsa baw dy A This reference to Clinton David n top on Jan. 1 1
quarters, we were briefed. There aro xain- obtaCined a sI0called 1og-a
were 11n plain clothes oagentst from the Air Forceiaowhe i a fe -d
myself. or- noteYadt' .r p bsmeate ajllat Hurried-
Plain clothes here means the Tlbot Tha t man thsome CO a elair ons. ol February
ubinfecquited op shirt and girlie dedinary6. O I Tb ve n or se ta honeo Resort's pt a
We surr-no tie, no jacket. These and I don't know . crashed *at Hill Air F re
men worked smoothly and treated ur offc Se ndt: ou mean r. Dalso d one 0 t twoUth
madameby a Dresden doll, surround- to hi in detail the line of other small airline.
tan.d me with guntoti (.38 calibre) Talbott: I thin that he busi Meanwhile Talbott' d Da
agents every moment We pli between eds brigadph Cmpbereally be aswortne toathu. t reed toea any to
ournto cars an dd sl to crack Talbott cae. wly arrangement i anctioned lot 25000 on a zin ly Sincerely, however, make this adeths plain at a Hppro
bcro Yokohaama to a bawdye o es to wok or the This rgoverferencnmente to Clinton Davidtopgovernment get of thislight tlent on Jan 1 1955Mid- tiet
cl Korean who was teemixing bwit i-on led to a brief ro ss -examina- Supply Co., of St. Paul More Talbott Leer In answer to a .questllio oi
nes anirs amid rows of typial busnessanion at the July 1 Senate hearinwhen tour of g, contract from the Ai r Force n
clapboard Japanese style. two- ru* r as follows: carry jet.._-ngnes -between AIr
story building, each a diseaseovernmen t only. duty ends in February. Talbot: That minerin minats in thefact s turn any more trationspo. rt Feblaryne
infected opium and girlie den. Jess Lar- 'Ie u t vestmenthe n onseling workincluded some let. over to commercial of R esor
We surrounded the house-and kinLaw which is spos.ed to prohibit There a sgh different son recom ndaton of Howard ter to M ligan Dated May 14, knoweplied: "Yes I think we can. Not
I didn't mean home-of aKore vern ment officials rom w Sen. und: 'You mean D any. ID.t depends on wht tse
madame by name of Jo Tat- own wie on wart head of Oil and Gas D n advisor who was also preside vsont "e ar Harold: I investment couselr? they want .
tan It w a ber 7, in ubott admts tat e Texas Co. off l. He draw a Co t. o Talbott I effect tink thpt is the busi Meanwhile Talbott's frmade Dtwo C
S slicick, b ess a mansion Ma hiNaka rom his company in ad- Mess he n. I don't know what vdon began angling to et a coulr-
Thee cagntadWSelse he hato And Iis a lintoehimhI.n'I of large C-by AZ 's from the Ai
hbeen 'a tchi naros me WAS GTON -(NEA)- Presl-t While Gen. White is Whr*.in forback tot he Truman administration. a very peculiar WA head orce. Theae are really hard to
ernAwaaold her have tforTme Gne h miglt te esame trb3.
time n w. The other night they sentower was wreathing the overnment, this Standard OilIt.is revealedby Sen. John J. In other words, Talbo)ttshrugged gt. For I8 mob A i the Air Forc !
ols -u w o I. with th ldestbound one of the subs ary s payiovernm co him thruc df- Williams .- le a Comptroller off his acquaintance with avd- best been sufficely s
skin for th u The agents toughest problems in government o ferece betweenxa s brigtoCadiers of eph am n this case, though both wishes, I am (signed)erClath: tha." While putting learo th C-







found disrobe GI. In cial now pla g the Else ne, or defenseemergencysu Larn d the Y ngs deny the n The letter was written oa the al, Davidson aed Talbott on
caches we found four packs of e Administraton and aCongressmen civilian suralarly ask os They charge at hegovernmentd say it stationery of Caton Davideon, private aline and Talbot nas
hero deadly de. The soldiers ae., interests arrangement d firs sant d ost 5,000 on a ztionac supply con The true facts, however, make thistmade this pRoberlain at C. Perryove to-








grl adpracticaty perforated There is the case of Reserve Unfortunaby a tely, thed to beffi the tract for the defense s tockpile. The statement look like a lie.ton Da Tsbott'ons hearing on Feb. o llM
who ud ele.TheGI was Dept. of Defense. He was callgovernm ent government pbc cant judg e top he flight or frent e contract was with Mid- als Iont exposed on the Trman admin- akg es tht
codia fiiA who was ml ing bu- for less money than the caa n earn for special jobs. Gen. HarrWhite will Supply Co., of St. pa. Mre Talbot tters In answer to question a d
ehis w e in private business-anpresden t them return to tho when his tour ompard to l stake the "we" should
towork.ItW45nade by former General 'The first incrimnatln fact isturn any more transport planes

Thereoints are Eport Conflict of Interest erlight ice Administrator Jos Lar- the note Talbott included in his let- d er to commercial opeato he
off moved In t front. Law which is su posed to prohibit There is slightly different u-io of Howard o te unusuDated May 14, riie ofYes
But .o s i e,,fttrn- government officials from workingastion in the case of Hugh A. St- ;I. Young, his dollar-a-year metalsimnIti reads. many. It depends on what they
.t. for thei own interest while on wart, head of Oil and Gas Div. in.advisor, who was also president "Bear Harold: I just came'want if they want the C-I's, no.-
Uncle payroll.ept. of Interior. He is'a retired of American Zinc, Lead & Smetin across a 'memorandum in my file Two mothsater and dest
Untie ery Talbotus admits thAt he Texas Co,. official. Ri draws a Co St. ouls 'to the effect that about six or sev- flat o, Talbolt made wo C-
is solicit busisso a man .pension from his company in ad- -e MiConti nc was ten m Davdson th w V hanyou54's available to Dv 's ai-
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prtt her -lite Jan- cent stories about TMn smash- with hi ever-lovin' Marge Lite isn't gog whole hog at first, Davidon's Resort Are to make of one of two automobiles a olved
anes Arwets wopushed h im gently ng a Peruvian cocained at h action wereing didnt whiSwar have both voted Comptroller Genral Campbell but I still ev ht I rs t Mimi i the a collision.

















But I never saw anyou e land in a go behind the headlines. Cocaine Atlantic City to catch a midnight night Ihwn -Adams the But having used the Democrats, It seems that Thomas Carney's
would-be protector ethe wor slimiest known to man because ts addicts into ver en. Sucontruction of has. m i the Shermae Suonflit able to assist hm. With alle dad's car keys from the k



















sin den I've ever seen. become killers. Almost abo cocaine Shirley Sharpe, the bootal Miami with impromptu entertainment by ublicans to knock ten out of of- table. The tot toddled out to the
comes werom Perwent Upstaiurs we Thecases only one of del secretly ato-Ca insurance top eestas, nthise Frase, though both wishes, I am (signed) Clinto." While puturned on the ignition and
found a Alsrabed .GI. In special several now .plaguing the Eimen- line, for defense emergency s ugpply, LarOn and. the Youngs deny there The letter was written On the deal, Davidson called. Talbottt cn
caches we found four erhous f shower Admiof U.S. Nistration and. on.ongresmo n de urally ask whose was anyt fashwron shoan say the GOPtaton eyra of Clinton Davlb son,tt t the ste hone and later, just as
heroin m thdeadly doutside. The soldier's llgerss interests are being served firthe st?--- was alinful the national interest. Box 390rte Madison, N sid. s Robert C. Pfatherry do.veto
gironly one search warrant. Thperforat was here was the case of reserve Unfortunately, the two officials None of -these as now the Now let dson see who s ton Da Taltts office. Talbott prsonle ge
foarms-especlly on the inside of Brig. Go n. W. W. White, now in ay th ir reason cannot be given, news is In the same clan as the vidon. It turns out that he is clm t escorted Pert) around the o6lcs
the elbow joint Shep. wea an addict charge of petroleuilogistics for because of national security. So Truman administration h aime to an old friendl" of mine whamlintroducing him to.associates& ;a
who usthed h The GI was Dept. ofal days. ns.Heswas called the puc can't udge the right or rert and mink coat sandals. exposed one Tm e stman m-se l inge rt a h atked cat '
dioma. ft ea&g ents tback to active duty -from his civil- wrn of this business. Such tias are s mau enane istration Majs. Gen. wear Arws e yabIy gw u r. _.
all they get ided r there job hap viter T -pwo Thent of Ess St nothermixu wentup has now aoomrn arewd to w l s aatake hanoM take re a









his namnedin s 7ith on t p1 mp tonitin wacto Weste g moiig chnas b o esta .ID LANChS ul Cmlarhfh
ff lugh from te preln ous evening cocainetal on actthees. Dounusual abletivities ofdomes an and Brals most

Ssome couldbarely keep ther in ou tate Department handnera Vauhan,Names Make Nt's only ews: J m caespite all th, caeTa out
s open. And I the four examine clos A ingely the ac itiwhen he tried to Stewartnerveto testify unon "The Man deroaheBrth that he
YO RK crheAirForceaevti-of the Arn theMA hehelped

i by earn ll of e35 a month, about e dope out. l Davidson knw VaughFro aan will net him geerou
t dollars a w'k. not ner or tin /E d while Vaughan was o unhd the o .
a a .- Ta" a was in hand-got the unsuspecft i g a T "-Tin y T ro vIe '
edanio-' Tat Wase a brawnd-y aman to write a iler to the civil
aibi -Kiro _=n who tried to Lcking the.GongAround: Re-tTpel hauled loud Jimmy Durante ducearyoe 'Sever get over It. HeAdentialutcs ordisi n t. n fresi.UP)--EAS bbywasV.Dte,.. w.eel
proedt brs *h to sm-little Jana- cent stories about 7-Men smmash- with h ever-lovin' Margie Little' .In't going whole hog at first Davidson i Resort Airfle to make of one oltwo automobilea mivovd
nos agents push -lhim gently., ig a Peruvian cocaine ring didn't while they were speeding from howevm but am on Sunday stopovers at Miami.in a colsi,
But I never sw anyone land in a a behind tht headlines. Cocaine Atlantic City to catch a midnight s da e ut vin used th Democrat it seems that Thomas crny
muddy gutter as 'swiftly as thi s by far the. deadloest- dope ple the. st and took them .4V 3on theU theet But.haviou sed the Demorlatstyer-oldems had taokenh...i
would-be protector the slimIest known to man because its addict intoEli beth. Suchefireworks. .. in thpe sentan Suitnfor-Ddsontth d b onthe DemocRe- dat's t ear- -eys hfadt taenWih
sin den I've everl Sen. become killers._Almostall cocaine Shirley Sharpe, the booful Miami with impromptu entertainment by pbl eam to knock them ot of of- table. The tot toddled out to the
comes from Peru. Through.- the model secretly tied to insurance top stats, the Fred Astalre dain-floe. He contributed through chief car, turned -on te ignition and
We looked into the other houses efforts of U.S. Narcotics Comm. exec John doe Feo. aers and a fashion show by the GOP money-raiser Talbot W the i rPr on the starter,-just as
-but from the outside, We had Malinger its Importation Into the o stbeautiful node. m earth, reported tuna of i$5,00. he,'odseen his later do.
only one search warrant. That was U.S. was completely shut off for Sports Pages, Don't Copy: Mar- bit I.s:w They aRDyvis.n. b er at a t _whattIs "The- car.I WPAi lk _.+Y__ PImVAT
for Nuoter 7. Wejoi B not touhe re D al n aaecyaseuntil Fair tin Buxby, the tennis pro at the known as Estste Managemnet backed m uto 1e dvowasy an
thf other 7.W e.But they were Dea n ays. dLongshoreClub is the reason why it adCor.in ,th S In ncm:, an inveatmqpt oenseling Into sparked. tar.
doin, a flotshing business. Even. the belles of 6econd Ave., t h a ,;A, 7--L 45 t... a ;,"t-:12m service. He also rils .oeort Air-- The baby wap unhurt.
tually ,theyut raided;.fort..here Chapter Two: Then Peru went glamorous Baxter Twins,. are er miba mk *n t1.1eaM-...m
are raids each night. The agents ifin with our help. Its pro.mkina f .tripsweekly to West- eaten-Gord o m02 atin -'L~-" -
w~ithmehad. beenworking smt titcomnmunlst government built 17 portaonn. What a maul 4nelca's -heast -kn ewna papa.r- SIDEC LANCES By Cqbtoith
th.eugh from the previous eveni ngcocainer actors. Double domes .. .. .. rman and Brazl's most inste.-
an-- some could barely keep their in our State Department hand f- Names Make Newa: JImimy 0 citiese, came out flatfeoted
ys opn.. And I s.on learned fed Aslinger when he tried to Stewart's deal on "The Man tfor the U.so op0 to Britas.
tey earn allof $3o a month, About keep the dope out. Said We could From LLaraie" will net him so n -policy;V"-. R e, o-
I dollars a week. not anger our Latin American I mo duch i h-e'm complaining. "Afl .hlo.e as.. -lbnia..An


friends. Came new admintrations will only lead to tax problem.." 'n wa USO 4l
They showed me the records. -here lid in Peru. The U.S. Bu- Poo. guy _.. Marquee merger: er
Therr had not been much of a dope reau was unchained. Last April Harold Lloyd's daughter Gloria ni -
problem in Japan before the war. one Amierican agent went to Lima and William Powell r., a hn 4 fl yt
It began enly after the Communist -we couldn't afford more taan double feature . regory Peck wii.-se, I .
Chinese started mass producing one because we're too busy giving says Suzan Dadolle, Clark Gablel as ae a a .
opium and heroin and smuggling it dough to other countries. At the ex-sweetie, and he are merely old Zl%.M. O
across the sea to Japan and e risk of his life-he was slugged friends. Yeah, -like Gable. and president of the Brazilian
U.S., too so the Peiping govern- and beaten-he gathered t h e -- newsperman's organization. Be
rent ani the Communists every' evld nee thit resulted in these first So tf s tWho She Is: The my s America's best friend sou th
where could get American dollars. steps in New York to break he berlogiSarha Brent making cal of the border. Physically he's a
Maybe Gen. Zhukav. the gentle- in. It showed theReds .are still um t sde was Miss Surf- little but packs an atomic wal.
man ol4ier, could say the word in lack of it. isn Alt yesa p. a always makes a pot.f
in Moscow and have his civillaan - 1- 5 a. I ht e's descended ftem
comrades stop this ghoulish war on The Hollfestee Ne ver Fac Mum. Wnett Mo ss he hase m
our American GIs. If Ivan was Rlaes M:I y Cu es hired Ingrtion ica ot it.but between e
to be M as, let Ivan liquidate private co p to .uard their l i n for Ia i MS the I. i the's every t
m befo~irt .tre. rasu iy totypnu t fus po oib btweenyo
the opium business like he as home w tl ey'r ovWrseas.l atY agnu w in Bra as the
liquidatedso many things before. Hw come you didn't take the a a' her shaky viW o was ia Israelm-or Bob In
family Tony?) . .Beny 't kow where e York.
Goodman a Gene Krupa wed- he appeared on TV -
in' on the Goodman Story" wit Moore an. it seeP No ,Gleam in the Eye Dept.: Is
set ... Jimmy Dean thinks he's sheI noad ll the tatiu. ew t-Xm producer Miller
Garbo. No Interviews e-t star. N cachetet the row ast t ah Ltrt
dom . Yesterday's Marlon the iy Across the continent. wo e liberty...
Brando item: Vegas chrine Joyce 1 : F1Na isterof tine
SBolton. he's l plil hr him . ut Hand to Deaerviual ,hzA
Ol. NisI.- ~ P tt Ford is Y iFlm a"les (Or Our Owsi b ft smre Las a
4u t Ma4 rra s m buda y. PaDlt e Service): C t
e ex-M1iR sharle Ns .rl is 4M of the mst p .i
flame is M eat and he l bachers in the I A t "I thiak our
can't riy .Ceo u r was the lat s la. n t an leSe.
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I Ky. Guberna trial :Primatty

SA seek i the De-U a tonr against Cints next year, w
nmeabeU Gr mmissp er -For that reason, Chandler, is
A ) flr' ChWdler gradual not-assured of election In normal- t
halted at mileadnight saturday ands ty emond handle mKetucky, ev support
hes not rume noltil omeback he hols nerl electiaryon race against

Cbndr seeking the Denney. of Lexington, who
Snolton for governor- postucky't holds a splito-ns have lead Re. s
he4, first preldn, represe ag-led by James L. Clay after a quiet pi-cky
ir vthanes40 over th of state admit- mary campaie. .
o, Led a te, Bert T. The spWate between Chandeler ad
Ceaed return; the vote in this horniat over four ionodidates dep, andthe
triclyQedin, although counting ws ill race fori then leaders are not apt
halted at midnight Saturday and to lend Chandler much support mi
dops not resume until M on d a y ibis general election race against '
morning. Denney. 3
Returns from 1.861 of Kentucky's Similar splits have elected Re- 1
4,1over precincts, representing bet-publica n govieut orsena n Kentuckyor
ter than 40 per cant of the total before.
vote ae .Chandler .I39,924 votes; Chandler's ruin mate, Barry n
Coma s, Ma r. Lee Watufleld, he a wide lead t
to uppe the vote inout this hot- over four other candidates in theMadison,
ly-ew rtsedtr wer inl rn will race for the Democratics named fina-nce
over 5 00 neow record for nation for lieutenant governor.
Ke tucky primary. wl
ain stler hdreted on the Capitoluarter groundsoffcial-
S hln' yi st-e nonat noon S uan-


OW. for- 'the. party's tower 0( Cajitol

oA Chan-r victory ov er the memory of the late Se. Robert
Co.ats he r m ready WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP) -
toy Le r l poinenouts and. Thomas enn.) p Coleman of Madison,
few and u were W In from theslow. Wis.l Ftoday was named finance
coby ting mountain counties committee chd apppintman for the pro-
of eastern Kentucky- wje his posed rine-foot b rl tower to be ey-
main strength o os. r e ctan d on the Capitol grounds ines
A Chandler victorygetmemory o Cole, w the o plate Sen. Robert
state Deh t oa p o rganeiatlo ead. taft M i.on w
beaded bh acting Senate MajorI.Rep. B. Carroll-Reec (B
ty Lester Eeorle-C XCement. and.. Tenn.), president of the Taft Mem-
and h. L1a Weth 4 er.. morial foundation, Inc.. also an-
bywSdl r hval i nounced apppintment of Mrs. Ks-
Kentutky bo itle. therine- Kennedy Brown of Day-
Among eer ot oer it would en. ton, Ohio and Mrs.te Preston Doa-
danger. the re-election next year vie of .ew York as Coleman's
o felements, 'who eVen more than sides.
Combs. was the target of C" a-nt Coleman, who plans to open
dler's M 'ai-tc9 campaign .peech ad-tarteS inMason will
is Thpe. STi ba ll antis- seek P= 66in small donations
sioner;seldomrerire-to. CI a-ito constant the bell-te. C
menst 'in any terms milder than gress has approved the tower but
"dictoaft.r.". no. govermnt-ftnds will be used.
One of Chandler's staunch sup- President Elsenhower is honor-
porter.a hafibeen U. S. Rep. _- ary chairpiu. of -'the Taft Founds-
,i tt fi& e '. -P iidet a Herbert
ble J. iGregtory (D-KR.) .whomlst tun. Fosnaer 'Preident hererti-
Cons Distri t lne des Hoover is- chairman. The Preal-
Sen._ .. Ukldety'i h q-el daet .satLthe memorial "would do
town oa Paducah. Should Cbhidler much to.-el perpe tate the
wrest control of the state werani- ideals, soundfprinciples, and del-
zation--from Clemaents end Weher- cated service' of the Ohio' scnat.
by, he may bapk Gregory for sea- or.


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a tb or-e by. armaine f :a its beautiful
in ayw, go al by. .* subitual, erl tIUum aid Its modern m
ThM T f ter Isl hatel at b r, srt area whieh n
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h .;ts now baloo e ver- x . W le.
tew ocean or the m whe S a
&at dre aday.I' LONDON, Aut. I (UP) Mil- f
TlwqrIl We .is, in i inaire industrialist Baron Hen-
sel" with faciles for -w I m- ry Ven Thyssen is seeking a di- b
ming, goggle flsh~ing. ten and vorce from his former English t
other sports. A beauty shop and model bride, the Sunday express C
an -up-to-date shop where guests reported today. ]
may purhase fesMdon-right resort h newspaper. quoted the Ba-
wear and accessories are also
housed within the grounds, an1d droe n" I asUaing .1%t.h'wegotmar-
uests may enjoy dancing to Ca Hid toos
fY so music, movies beach apr- bnpatvillty, he said.
e. and other social 'events right 35-year-old Hungrisn-born
on the premises 'and at no extra Baro now a Swiss-- a r r e d
cost. model Nina Dyer In Ceylong last
Travel along the coast in either summer, adding wedding presents
direction from Tower Islq, and of a ,000 dollar black pearlhe k-
each mile will bring ew revela. lace and a live blackpanther to
tions of breath-taking beauty. an engement ring valued at 50,-
Among the .most popular spots 000 do1ars., ..... ]
for sigt-seeing pa rlus are t he Four months later the sBaron
Blue Lagoon at Port Antonio, who inherited lhis millions f ro
Dunn's River Falls four m I Ie s his uncle Eritz Von Thyssen., a
from echo Rios Fern Gully Barn- financier of Adol Hitler, slugged
o, So W and Doctor's C a v e French actor Christian Marquand
Beach at Montgo Bay. when the actor entered a Paris
The famous l greateous, night club with Nina.
Rose a, whoe m unly .ih fa The express said the Baron and
o iteWitch" has bee. his bride parted last April, and
Sthe rsudet of several novels have met twice since then at pre-
and play, Is also a North Coaest Ulminary divorce hearings in Lu-
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i wi afraid thatit lould be the
ee of hearts hactead eo the ace of
tn, ricks cuseen. The
dea, Failure bid the grSand
a cost this payer 750 points.
Was there actually any gon rea-
on for this player's cauon? to %
houlda't be If the two partners aid
ood bidders and-trust each other.
e secret lies in the use of the
Blackwood Convention after a cue
id in the nemy's suit.
If South umped to four ntrump
skin only this simple, qqestop:
nPartner, how many aces do tou
old?" North would respond five
diamond, sChowing only one ace,
nd South would .have a.problem.
When South took the trouble to
ake a cue bid in hearts, the
dnemy's suit, .ad then made the
lackwoodu bid of four no-trump,
tis question was very diwferu t:
Partner, how many aces do you
hold outside of hearts?' If North
had only the ace of hearts, he
would have to respond five clubs,
showing no ace. The actual re-
aponse of five diamonds showed
me ace-outside of hearts.
Knowledge of this convention
made it easy for the successful
eam to bid the grand slam. It was
clear that North had the ace of
spades and a sound opening bid.
There was bound to be a fine play
mor the grand slam.





Tatwe and looks like oUldash-
joned fon-but you can make
eyol Maen in minutes. Just cor.
bine the Royal Flan mixture and
milk in a saucepan, bring ia to
a boil, and pour it into molds.
Four luscious servings. When
you shop-esk for Royal Flan.


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war Isle sader who la nches ballpone% a-
i, wovep c oss.the Iron.Ctutn charged
ma the today the United States mad a
Mnea im- "secret are n t Qeeva to
* Europe reue anti omIuSttp-ropa-
g"P dad I -.. .
SPort" "The Genev ts lulled v ry
e dold antiwCommunat activity In the
visitors, world." said Dr. Billy Jit le
can save Haria of Tula, Okla.
chases. "Theymade it alinosajmpossi-
becoming ble to launch balloons intended
as a va- for Ruassp.
s from "If iny deals were made, the
eca and American people deserve to
. They a- know about it."


Harais said "a great many are
possible people believe" the U-
nited States entered a "secret a-
Treement" at the Summit Con.
erence to "halt or at least lea-
en American inspired anti-
Communist propaganda in West-
ern Europe."
"In view of the apparent Rus-
sian victory at Geneva,. the an-
t1-Communists of the world
nust Increae- their activity and
expose the Reds' newest attempt
at world domination via peace-
ful co-existence." Hargla said.
Hergts is chairman of the Bi-
ble Balloon project of the Tn-
ernational Council of Christian-
Churches, which in three years
has balloon-launched half a
million excerpts from the Bible
to thb Iron Curtain countries.

WRONG ADbRESS
MILFORD, Neb. -(UP)- High
rshool graduation exercises fere
alma- Tlad to be postponed be-
cause of a mix-up of addreqes.
The diplomas intended for M i 1-
ford. Neb. were sent to Milford,
Ran., by mistake. School officials
flew to the Kansas town and re-
trieved the diplomas in time.


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always find

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package in your hand The extra length of
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sweeter smoke. Have you noticed that people
who smoke PALL MALLS seem to
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Pablo Serrato
Charles Wykot
Leon Greene
Leopoldo de Leon
Ava Caratini
Graciela de Chan


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" Arnulfa de Guerrero
" Juana de Vasquez
" Mrs. C. Duethelmer
a Jimmy Pinto
a Celesto Brionea


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* Luis Alvarez
* CWO James V. Forsythe
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a gold record now, for "Davy
Crockett," of course. But the tro-
lhy has to share billing in the
Hayes home-it is displayed next
pnd equal with. a gold plaque
ati reads: "Mary Rayes, Tu
Bowling Alley Sweepstakes
er." That's Mrs. Hayes, bowl-.
champ.
The probIft before the house
i this: can you call Alan Dale
Comeback kid? Even In bis
Cleanest years, he was making i n Omar BradleyD A
3 0,000 annually. Ye, it's been a A-
long time between hit records for
the Brooklyn-born singer. sity historian Allan Nevins and is
; ack in '48 or thereabouts, he narrated by Gen. Omar Bradley.
was one of the most-likely-to-be- ,G songs were composed byj
'sIoonedover crooners around. He iGral marks.
a among the first singers on
V- tInthe days when you had,, Gln Osb01r, one of the orig-.
to put blue makeup on your lips,"in"l Chordettes, is back with theI
5d in general seemed like be IoP .but just fol a while. Shes
eaded for stardust. pinch-hltting for Janet Ertel, off:
n came a chain of events. a trip to Europe with her bus-
was sick for better than a year. band, Archie Blyer.
1 h bad a string of so-so or worse -
ords, he had bad handling. The
sult was he was off TV, his rec. DICK'S PICKb: The male groups
ords made no noise and the only lead the way-The Four Lads'
tttople who swooned over him were "Moments to Remember" (Colum.
Pis mother, father and creditors. bia) the Four Abg' "Love Is a
,Now we come to a happy end- Many.Splendored Thin'" (Decca)
ie. A new manager. a relatively and the Morgan Br "F rs' "~ool.
Bsw affiliation with Coral records, roof" (RCA) are tops. Others:
Iiod health-and two big hits in a "He Needs Me" (Peggy Lee, Dee-
row. First was "Cherry Pink and ca) "Gina,, (Richard Hayman,
A ple Blossom White" and now Mercury); "You Are My Sun.
' sweet and Gentle." His price for shine (Ferko String Band, Media
personal appearances has soared "Rene La Rue" (Jim Lowe, Dot);
to $4.000 a week, he is in demand "Ain'tcha- Comin Out T-To-
for benefits (a sure sign of fame ,,ht" (Jo Stafford Columbia);I
returned) and he's happy. i- Ths Is No Laughing Matter"'
exceptt he can't go swimming. (Bob Manning, Capitoli; "Honay
iBun" (Charilme Arthur, RCA);
qThat's the price of fame." I "Heaven CameDown to Earth"'
,ale says. "@I can't go to the (Jerry Vale, Columbia).
beach; I get mobbed. I uy itI
ea e ia while. Go out and lie I Movie albums two from -Pete
4 the beach with the eyeglasses Kelley' s Blues" including the jazz
Wd alL I go to sleep. But pretty band portion from the sound track
pooI I hear a rustle all around on Co umbia and the songs by,
e and it e h't be trees because P8e.y Lee and EUla Fitgerald on
s the beaeb. So I open my Deqa. And two from "Oklahoma-"
eyes and see a circle of 400 peo. -the original cast album frqmn
le all around.. Caitol, with Gordon MacRae,
1' 'Aren't .you Alan Dale?' they inar y James and all the songs, I
,r. 'No.,' I say, 'I just look like and another from Capitol with the
n.' They -just laugh and say, lovely melodies in sparkling Nel.
'Sure, you're Alan Dale." Then they son Riddle arrangements.
Etart saying 'Where's your ,
0111ac and chauffeur"' What a. Classical pianists at work-
ui" h-I got a beat-up, dirty Pon.- Menahem Pressler plays Proko-
tk A four-wheeler. But they just fiev's Sonata No. 9 in C.Major, Op.:
around. So I come home." 103 (MGM); Samson Francols
tide of not being able to go Plays Liszt's Concerto No. 1 and
a at ho me with his parents Gin Bachaner plays Tchaikov y
... e No. 1 (I C m
l'y rs a A
ltak ng phone messages. Also ,
EsBklg. His manager, Lou Capone, Groucho Marx ("You Bet Your
Is",doah right by himi His fans.L fe" NBC-TV): Most people ate
lo huh. His records are selling.' frightened when they first see New'
1o'needs a swim? ,York. I cried for half an hour.'
Of course, my doctor was holding-
,A fascinatin new documen-. me upside down at the tine.
Ialbm, wfth a story behind i
"ine Days for Amenr-
Isa iproect of the INSIDE TURN
to raise money for its NEW HAVEN, Conn. -(UP)-
Paraplegia -Foundatles Daniel McCarthy. 21, was captured
paid paraplegic civilians. Thus by police when he tried to make
Sr d -obtainable for 6 a right turn in his automobile. The
PVA, Box 10, Times car had already smashed through
ntre Station, New York, N. Y. a plate glass display window in- a
's a good record, telling in song vacant tore, and McCarthy tried
i$ narration the story of our to mAke a turn inside the store and
ie national holidays. The text leave via another window. The car
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6 Desert animal 6 Wax
11 Large hawk 7Brazilian
13 Cylindrical macaw
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animal life 10 Brythonic 23 PersIa
Is Lecturer sea gods 24 Petaining to
I Socialdsti 2River itn laymen
Sovietd Belg 26 Gaelic.
Republic (ab.) 1 Throattissue 27 facilityy
17 Libyan l Freed 28 Female
apert 230Unit of saints (ab.,)
1S Abstract being reluctance 30 Cattleman
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For rebervtolns cal Mrn. Lewis
Toth, M-538 by noon Wede today.
Jiull FPet enlna
The first of A new series of
regular weekly meetings to cps
with all details of a male-fem th


preoA wnat you6 at e lo asing
yors? Wily didn't you say, "No
chocolate mk. I don't feel like
being nice just w. I have to give
up'my new suit beuse you eed
your teeth filled. r kMow you can't
help it-but I'mA disappointed ay-
0w . ;: a ,..
BECAUSE you didn't ttthul-
lyex press your envy of childhood's
claim to sacriflee from od 4you
gave her ap unuthful lweblou
of you. Y u made her se eY1 a a
an arbitrary killjoy instead of
what you were-a naturally disap.-
poin'sd woman,
Let's begin to pprmss this envy
uthfualy.
Otherwi.. we can often. look
liken "mean old crabs." After a
b9ut of iroing well envy a daugh.
ter's heedleis swin lg In the lawn
hammock-and nst adof exzres-


,aiq -- u44mw ding our feeling, -n out a sarp
4,BEleono* Joss Kaukr dau gor rd. VrI and
Sndara. Thelma Mrs. L. A. kaufer of MIrgarita.
1oque Ceideroa, o.1 11The baby's maternal randoth- WASHINGTON (UP) The
rrta aistellari, Am er is Mrs. Margaret gochran of General Services Administration I
a E Nvrr M Brighton, Mass.as sld a on-existet lights
ge e ic rdond Ma- located on land found to be sub- -.
r w tteIIorales,. and Bride Night m.qged i thebAtlantic Oean.
Soes d !Night gstartwillb aed m et tars backnb 1710 PLATING IGNORANT IS OFTEN
al i ,-. o Rodsol- usual this evening In the Marga.- when ~dward Tynte, then gover- WISEST THING TO DO
i r, rac Ha "er, IGare lrita Service Center at 7:30 and nor general, dtnfral, and com-
?. az Robin' the Ti oU Guest House -at 7 P.m. mander in chief of the provinces It' Isn't always Wise to admit
0% V, riU0el Valle, Newcomers interested in dupli- of North and South Carolina, ave know Ig as much as you do. For
G .. I ., e lad Guar cate games and oldtimers who 66 acres of land to a W m instance:
.7 A t o lito" Moreno, 'have taken up play are-welcomed, Russel.. When your husband, who never
.'as well a guests o the Isthmus. land was known as. The P. a U nything, b biks down
__________ ^ 'T sO eand tens Cou anexcitinX bit of
-' 2 -Wreh"a-Isladlhand at the time we nn eof
'r B a w&- r w the middle of' -Carl ews you have known ft weeks.
um.. at when it 4s betti-7ti ply
ask quetastis-than
,o ke.l.ind t,'of his sails with,
In. q.rqment dc d d Why. d hear r that a long
efo to 4in at to I al rty it time ago.
S.... ,U -.,.ON-, Vt ( owned lit lto bernloer ededthe When our child makes an im-
S- p list believe. fanr. lighthouse or the 6.95 acres--prob- portent discovery for himself. It's
cothW sell more milk .may tried ably because no one could find much Jetter for your child to let
The.ai a the *performance by to improve the taste. them him take ptide in his own dis.
Qbe Vllvms- compares as they X "Mil mlst have an appeal." Gendetie and coastal survey cover than to belittle it with a re-
ge a preview of their act .t the said Alee Bradfield, an extension charts for 1858 show the lighthouse mark such as, "Ate you just find-
CarVa, -The d being continue worker, who added that "it must site to be about one-fourth mile lan that out for yourself?"
into at.W small nu'hohra of tbe tast! so good that you'll want to Inland from the shoreline. Charts When a friend tells you an ex-
os elk. Tin yery pleasant drink it as a. beverage as well as for 1870 showed a slightly changed citing bit of news about herself
. j.. .a food." position, but still inland. that someone has already told you.
A. 1' a0i 3are the odtes of When miilk doesn't have good By 1=I charts showed that two. "I've already h eud all about it"
t-Uarn flavor, Bradfeld said, it ij .caused thirds of a mile of shoreline had may make you feel smug-uat it
nea-y 0 per cent of the time by disappeared and that the light. will rob .the friend of the pleasure
Slaumbc altg 'flte*d fe.. He attributes part of the house, ,ItS existed, would be about of sharing an important bit of
1sV"VW_!1 feel* .. blame to fresh pasture in the 34 yards out in the ocean. Then news with you.
friends pushing the candicady spring and some fall pasture fol- coast guard said, even allowing. When.anyone starts to tell you
of. Ml. Oi. a Chants de *oy.d for low heavy rains, for certain chart corrections, the a story for the SECOND time. Of
the ,.en o the younger parried -irin the winter off flavors in .'.th.oee site still would be in course you don't have to listen to
St, students fee .g-,Jn eedig silage be the ocean. It again if you say. "Oh, yes,
rnavth eI. be OPiop'r Si e suggests that.eral ServieO told about that," but if
jMd P Cpqyr ,,,t .t e: ,cluBt .osW,'lt| woP luZ man patures Ible for disposing of u eed u ust p quietyou'il ive
_ur7 b u ernment property y. and the pleaure of telling t to
awnt to anfed ad age af.tr .the property, cited as owned by th yougain.
ange. Is completed. government can be aosandone When you are told some ugly
S. .. without specific authorHy froa gossip you have already heard. If
SC ... * gress. dm it to having heard t be-
S, So, the Atlanta Ga., ,IIA o U loed weht to the ugly
i advertised the 6.5 acre& or a ev-r ma Dy people tame
Wik Athe w Athat it wpa 6Z ta going the
H V H merged land. GSA received oan rous la i Ond to be true.
S, .. bid offering $80. The bid was ac. When a man first says "I love
cepted. y ,o Being a woman, you prob.
A. p a Cotnmuni0ation will be hold for the ably figured you had him caught
S pupo0, of conducting. Funeral S.rica before he reao polized t. But it isn'towyo
Over the remains of W T I aren't surprised.
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W ool0tog0s =er 4afns for jagrediets
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ostu-.gmi2 Serve wiTa fres. o vegetable a ..
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a ea ,
oUwU" Damask Living room set
(4 e ce ) ................ ... ...... 9. 0 .0
"Heros Damask Living room aot, 3 tecs 250.00 N
"Tropical" style Living oom wet, squ e
am s ............................... 150.
"Miami" style Livi room et ........ 240.
"Mariposa" style Living room set ...... 29LO5
"Calfornla" style Living room let ...... 295.0
"Stratford" style Living room set ...... 315.00
"Panama" style Living room set ........ 250.00
Bamboo Table ......................... 5.00
"Z" style Living room table ............ M.oo00
'Damask. comfortable Easy Chair ....... 0.00
Living Room Tables ...........f...rom 19.50
Living Room Tables ...............from' .00
Sinumons Studio Couch No. UL-1I05 .. 175.00 3
Rattan extension Chair with food stand 12.00
Bamboo Paper Holders .............., 19.50 .
Standing Ashtrays ................... 1..50 "
6x9 Cotton Rugs ....................... 35.0
Rattan Chairs ........................ 35.00
Bamino Brackets .......... ....... 25.00
FOR YOUR DINING ROOM


"Renaissance" Dining room set. 9 pieces
Blact Dining room set, No. 1035 ........
Dining Room set No. 1050 ..........
"Havana" Dining Room set............
Spotted Dining room set No. 180. .....
Dining Room set No. 1060 ............
Dining Room set No. 1025 ..........
Breakfast Chromed sets ............
Yellow Chromed set No. FA-166, 4 chairs
Modern 8ideboards ....................
"Garden" style Cupboards ............
"American" style Cupboards ..........
Dining room table, small size ........
Dining room Table, large size ........
Dining room Chairs ................ ,,
FOR YOUR BEDROOM


BEFORE
350.00
536.00


575.00
525.00
102.50
135.00
99.50
100.50
119.50
55.00
68.500
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BEFORE
I Bedroom set No. 180 .................. 375.00
Bedroom set No. 190 ................... 425.00
Bedroom set No. 210 .................. 535.00
"American" Bedroom set ............. 450.00
S"Hollywood" Bedroom set ............. 4 1
"New worker" single% a dp. walnut,, 3/, .


..tetpriB" .sv t 4 ..'rME'
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Simmons Eas chaSr-beds ............
Night, Table To. 18 ..................
Emmons Sofa-Beds, No. UL-1305 ......
Dressers with round mirror No. 180 ....
Dressers No. 210 ......................
4-Drawer Chiffonier ...................
Double Wardrobes., No. 180 ............
5-Drawer Chiffonier ...................
Chest of Drawers, small size ........
Chest of Drawers, medium size .......
Modern Chest of Drawers, large size ..
FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S BEDROOM


175.OO
95.00
150.00
75.00
110.00
85.00
85.00
75.00
82.50


"Nappanee" Cradle No. 1912 .......... 49.50
"Nappanee" Cradle No. 1928 .......... 53.00
Mahogany Cradle ...................... .50
Wardrobes, small size .................. 59.50
Wardrobes, medium size .............. 79.50
Mahogany Youth Bed 3/0 ............. 75.00
FOR YOUR KITCHEN
"Modem Maid" Oas Stoves, 4 burners.. 149.50
Electric Stove, 1 burner ................ 7.50
"Qultfres" Freezer ..................... 299.50
Chromed Dinette sets ................. 102.50
Chromde set-Table F-4-166-4 chairs,
yellow . ...... ............ . 1.00
"Enterprise" Water Heater, 30 gals. ..... 150.00
"Farmster" Water Heater,
electric. 15 gals. ................... 95.00
"Farmster" Water Heater,
electric. 12 gals.................... 75.00
"Breckfaster" Toasters ................. 1350
"Sliarrott" Toasters, semi-automatic ... 9.50
FOR YOUR GARDEN
Sofa-Olider, Metal, Shott No. 232 ...... 39.50
Aluminum Folding Chairs No. A-0 .. 1500 .
Metal Rocking Chairs for garden, Shot 109.,
Folding Wooden Rocking Chain ,.... iL.70
Folding Wooden and Canvas
Chairs No. 776 .................... 8.50
FOR YOUR OFFICE
SMahogany Desk 30z4T' ............... 69.50
Mahogany Desk 26x36 ....... ......... J9.50
Mahogany Desk 324" ................ 110.00
Modem Bookcase ............ .... .00
Easy chair for desk ................... 15.00
Easy chair for office .................. 19.50
Revolving Chair with arms ......... 49.50
Table for typewriter ................. 19.50
Metal desk lamps .....................
*Standing Ashtrays ..................,.. 1,9
MISCELLANEOUS
"S cratter" HI Record changer .... .I.
. "'Haucrafter" Radio, Model No. R-0. 40
"Hallicrafter" Radios, Modl No. 5 R-41 .
"NHallicrafter" Radios, Model No. 51t-232
"Halliorafter" Radios, of battery
No. 518 41 .......................... .
ameratter" Radio No. TW-00 ...... 14840
"Hatierafter" Radio No. 8R-40 ........ 18
"Automagic" portable Sewing Machine
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"Automagic" foot Sewing Machtne _
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MORRISON CAASA Zples mahoa 6OX 12HI. CRISTOAM.. C.X O -ilN'fO-halt. smer ATT eN a LI Jan M Ile
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a 'gonMAe l siI ~I A +Yb ed@ -3 @i es. Wilsonuli Ho 5457 Diable AO =ALE:- 949 Dedg eems M. Iild beltgMW

OR S ALAL: m Ne l l e egtsorNm, I AlPerichM wOith 1bnh $VomeW
ft. Q LFOR SALE DI..FOR SL EN.SALE:-7HousehoIdl"eT --l'.. Dlulp + p aid. clg14. 2*erempaP

TkN LI~ d omehod 2oiMhe s a~ndUs mtoen, ballee peeler-ii r.enin g"
PR EN INSURNCE A.L.- eod ** ... WANTED FOR 'RE---T .x' .o,,.+o. ,.. ... ,r ".
SDr. CA E .a Ro-.DD tam.h n nll M ieew0 Aangeo aooms plane. N1 fid 1. N-,A4AR,
8 an P Lor f 4 Cice maker), youth SELLING OUT:--Aqu rNIBLum and F OR rINTe h FOl RNT e- FPm rl e d p se f ... ..c
Ap, 2.01A.E~ ^ O_ MISCKI LANIOUS 0m740 orr celksof omserory 3thrFm. clR SALE:. I-rld mun *g VIs P.roe No d2. 2ki sm i bSffeS S I e. lSt
Te l=',-Call, t -46 ,,hs. FOR ofN$500. Pk.so ,2 5$, C ,,oe,. del Maork ICaWl C7Am.aps, Pev ldeh I S. .C if C".



,I^ Ee fnitrl AFL Asks Lgislation Ag.ainst d~,bo f wh Nu. .n Of....
-' RETIREMENT,.'.LIFE daoWe rleefrigeratoer.s Ia ge ecn, air With1 Weemt eand, evelda rmsl uaf t dil -dinem
lr lnm G,. ., ,roli,, 6-re .,--. P175 ...thANTEDmFOrt chain.. '.",- -but watoflt. wow I* ,"
"')UCATION INSURANCES Flom@ -4449. day afternoon or. e vinoorsi.m WANTEDo. -., i Idr most.




T T .lhday Monday. C ield Sierl e. l"Chr' n." Sh e Dr CIN, AV -.
s.** leker SllMEIi fO -- 0 l p un ech, lw House*l2. MM, -AnBuearc- 0 .-- l N. 1. laNe. Bo o2m -- ..* --
IM RIsMo-2 d t sl hi p .r HINGTON, A. (P kel, A K ( th
crversn, $15.0P h eo n tleeBb N0cl744 FORRRlNT:-- lMadim nowT-for -am cWo rLI s W dict'" -e d




pt..NAM.,.RI, oSHL sO FFRSMICL.NOUS moin2-2.erm l oo mmtemporar bat,,hr oom., cit $.0. r motmViaPrm t,,,, sehte0. a rl,.
74 p. msn "---Ts. 1 F VISA BlSAlI 7.r. farw Sep t. le ll d chool graduate. wil lowerA, eb, wledometlmt .A.t Ie k Cor... City, Co h ,.. viaduct near the KWrIWi
H"We l help -O with FOR SALi--* H Spindw"Sealed brdtig. e houriforopei in pub- Prln. 2-4 rte ,4 between 9 ad S. Te. service iemra t.o two railroad yard Friday a
I CIRopact i ALEAVING. MUST S:-M -, .. sl p fro tablishd cents to 49 cen below other 2 th wif o a prominent au- len told poliAle he o
r ny w. r d. ch t 4 .. r. tn d the reultg pread Southern Btates and from 50 cents ho t water. Telephm tomo dealerwa d dump- count forabout 5 ,e
1 3-1280 aD bandoned areas" is "one of the States." tont h to rt 1 100 yard off U. & Highway Alen reported his wife mii
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-am Plag'e 0lm 7""-'". INbc ,c p inig, tersrt, s .1 ccree nep rvne mph o a m rees ies n r.A s
P.".LES, yerl, Aug. UP)n- %: $ relom tle yow.d n eose" 5e. 0mho reseabefNTw .scaL twoe ego h phl a
Luk Leao omahoganylfloor lamp $10; large t, pie,$ 0,Ld owinbes -pO."h m e et Ns b e bilgdin W mJ-





that so mawitly "fat-heesded 23518 $10; hd itlt S te a cents oered by a your part" and ab dant hig hot wmt e t o ig* hop h wife would ever be ut h e be ttae ad
Sre givng n a narume ey ad t omuity together a t siled native earcer h slid $5 $20; perchswiound inledveC Hi worbalt fe ore *l e the baok -t-d-
S ie." Moversw dePifotltrated the mpIi e itrh-io low wa e moer1 2 rpm terINo. 3B, and his son, M2tonP N came o ntheZ eld 5
scied of -nei$ sa the bac S0 foor l, i longest pe rd 98 hourJ. Of hf ia r Wpal bond, Au issued to e ; rr3Jaeor O ort. STANLEY, Ki., Aug. 8 ( up)-nth edte eoo
aim er n- l wee-.2atCr $aks ,1I2- klOe SlI 0. d istobal'41601"6n80-. -1600' -IN- The eAFL has aled for federal eventuallyIm i n ot, ll l TFOmlRl T I lloeN oer Ntt ln.ecrm te .






:Icy're a NA uncn 0o Iat-headed e The t o mmu n ist guards came wage to $1.25 an hour, to repeal a, $ e byearwht oa, . e d mother of his two se s tab. ,







p'Ptnt aNdA cRIDN catch theO WAbhINGTONe A2. 2 33 5. 0 me4 Arnold Maid, and state "right-to-work" laws ba n | NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (UP) al off the ara. and Bi, 10. as beig "eoted
ii iS ^, so iney say .1 s me, The Council of StatueCh 'Woul mlit. my fgers." ning the union hop and other raMarilyn Monroe hat been ooer- Dr. David S. Long, Johnson and remglouse throughout thea 13.
Smoaned of Co g ca Th mscl particularly ulled loose forms of union security, and to de. up to ned th e dramatic opportunity she County coroner, said Mrs. Allen year marriage
a ani l yin shame he me rceo.Phnd the 0 9 hp w orcd oven ent contractF to firms Sp ritnetEOULf Aug. 8 (UP) U. So hap o been beggFo r-the role appeared to have met death by ad n t e








| by lanu, wsiu vtdm achwo-from d lping le $35; Woo f i ghtly bound together. fne AFL listed 38 specific sprayin tear gas guns and fre- shenka, one of tdhe sexiest wom- terrific blow or a series of blnws." I abing T homas
hoituene Slates as an ndestra, fs $0-a8-.P-dn Da-x one Iterrog ion restrictionh and low-wa e p er cent naty broe up mobs of tlyn in literature. He said her knuckles w.erhe skned .l Ai W

l. 0 ,aide Arop h Ks, We cousnl of pi. Vwer P plants are then leased at low moeands c h at Communist truce ,a Century .i iren in a televilron cause of death and whether the m n et e
SP,,me I". h us mdby I Tgo, a rates to companies which "pirnagree t opectnrs get u o ou u th Korea presentation ;a tw heryb ".livn "Th e woman had been raped..f tw i l
N -was SetmLu Accardi, a o o nrMe-n o Cant.J Ihn W usst ie, Mrmathoe ndus lplanto h omun established 6 cents to Amer49 cents below other r dininrao m aa o by Feudor Poblte said Mrs. Alle'a sk n
F !n as eades ,uA.N M S o erm"ntst wae. Ten."l and he d the said aspre d four rioters were Isnjured in Dostoyevky. s appeared to be fractured. Her Mr. Elizabeth Thomas, a








'**f IavenF ieen o1 negru of Big his wll "ot helo the taxpayers. other men went through similar The report also included copies i the two big ports. Similar demon- Th o xltry has been tands were bond Behind hewr year-old Panama City house-
us ku m ,n L e..,s. h E eritps .. ; Bof letterwhich it said municployment in to smce volving a total of trying to needle ow od movi e back with the pi k amin red wife, was kled yesterday when
see -au uH add uu u.u rea -n. odanony cehe s eimeone o they had ry o locte i teir town. ere ate n ha". don o i tht role nt a molc Albert M- had Thursday whe Off U. S'H left a the bathroom of her Centralw
S a ai re- the PJ-i t. ed cuts hn a or made confesyons un- One such letter frconomic Mayo Bthr etheonly reports of viby the mery, ex eutive producer of 9 a nd beautonly parlfewr to drive hfrome. Avenue home.









1l un a u Hy -Hu P uLun pho Th s budl t erea der aryn degrees of pres"e C. Rhodes, ofPlahatchie, Miss.,lence came from Inchon and Pu- new lBC drama series3 an- There5were no signs of a strung. The tiftyear-old great-great
e m a aL gu.1 W so t iad"do- eating Serviceo Memphs, to PaGreeteae wash killed less the coulddoi, to Tomas Hospital where h wa
*re glanced around outside r tor. 60-cyle, 7-cu.o r 4 of1 ket., owa t c conf rement1 for htho Reliable Foreigin MFa istry In aCthel e-part -seriar dtdono by pronounced dead.
S nky apanomen and grow 1-2 o Mte Prebdent's over onen month. Te letumeter tated thaton the tou- sources said the demonstrated Feno eNtH. In 0 0 A Jamaican, twho has been a
es ItayAu.a( Auney $e1.us t .o Airman Steve E. Kiba, Akrosomej,-youdon wantB roid Be t i t a td were organtthae d t o support an un- Te fluolrie a"Matinee readent of thet ace
totanowha'm o NEW YORK tlk about." "nh *- r o ebe ot* ao Mond erooidO fWilliam R. Allen Jr. her b rso










sas .rgo e ns.d (Lucky Lu cian oeformapperhmRionhkasvoyer llowinapartmente Hm e lonesitated, oidethend.buildings at Memphis "without the e trnucomhterch sou l dd hr e.dhusbandhhad about giverdr.











eL vit ektgion.unrd tothre- Th heset righ t.dupst- .is s.i"b e cause of Speia lfiiA t.Isnvestmentsofaesinglre dollar on i k -d
ttsomny.k'athneea d hed -sm e dol,-5e1n1 ho en ouh 3Y with diffculty--ontinued:chida ueme offeredby yo urnp a r art" andm "abundant, highzo, hed water.oatl Ne I Gmo up hope his wife would ever beDut ve
a e llvy, t~Lu "n c nn r,, to e I me n III arlyn)"s o hlaidtaradget, aoOnemice me ntcs od0ioint., cmmunPty. together mSquefitOruspoi n t iv e aor OngeSt ret, $4 09et found aive.is or ar w erel o h e lle held























a no r t e re. Thero aled Nowhern: 0rod mov a nnd S ha sob.fo r sli eH isst ar s were a
S n can't leave Sw in Rome. has trouble Misoula. Mont., and th pilot mireaes, lchonowwabese- struggle for he love between n d hisootba U experite n all men of
anste sohe_ dtou512wrtowll whiuoh hil tu ernn w working g- e bta t-oodsI lher AObody on..Ci ths hwt yde mt ," re ,.f. i .
m ea I r"" w- ff Ci p-au nrcltion ThehAFLcaloeldPfor legislationgto AM- A" '"

adv Were this week.olod deal of pain." crease in Softhe nedera t e tonmums t ..--... ..., m butmSyl oeM' "
S'reak n c .dAN 01Lilt-headed Th1e Comm.,,,..,=TipsOnunistguardsokaewa *t$ r05ea"nrhuretorep re e tod..8 .adA .. ,
tents and can't catch. the, s Hotup behindWme,DArnold said, and state ht pryt0,lawsbaanto NE WYORKAug.raC(UP)GO--(P)Z theatre.


roes whA-d flotlla o
just."weu 't nplno to this and afterafewdaysyou Hea' rtro n Thepripnipleoftthe man. It 1eightil..sm tl oran tte' rwho saveIti M E T M M i
theatbeweEET.A.E0
N -t----- FZ -- .... .... n-, -t's --o... oSToN . .P .."-.. ,,-the*fu ,,B o, +yroe ,,,n "a piiosndn..- -.- ^ 1". o *" -li ~- ,W~ W i
OWdSSter r-t0" d!sunstrkea pro- Thi-meeting togete telee Talk On Shintoism tord.,i" teo presided the nt. COfilU aLg.h ... 1 ,X .
Nniis X II D ies o ". PN ews.No Nr T gr tut dearva st am o ,nig h AWan .. goas .
od Age At s83f l t S no r n... = ..... "h n- --- -- "or pm 'rilse ca wher? a a ort s
IN m Mario LanzT demands sian e the b-s ys .....s . .prtat o "- o A Uecure on mhe tmhrt 8 pu ni hae artee fals to meas-
N CITY, Au. 8--(UP) 3 name b.llung, a la Garbo. L ki r mationmfaer a ,indl e ,ha s if th- remainder word and Shintoism in Old Ma p to teans.





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do, wd e oW iJF i red.]IS S ^ ^ p:e rat ,He as b, ,, ..ri.e. or artcl e -s A
331,, Tdied at her hom Jethe o eutInsmah n sT r .,. *--, tb,,.b- . .is dr 1atee 4 WUld boost Vi o use- 0,,,-+,,.,- .... .at ~ l sli .
J llt, higlh Vatican lo 'e s~wt Coast TV iV -les. ,,ot,,nd red. Treatment is to bring Pwe"b.- -r-"-th_.a five-fold ~a evc etrtng$ -
It to d a y S h e w a s a o I .. t-h-u b ad s v to~ mmpara t rp D w N to an d th a t N O _th e w orl p p t ...I. . ..L l h v e r bi ssesl I
RW Plielli, widow# of-o tlsa o auiu Cte nra ......evcssuhlainexetd.odubewth.t.lcuervste..~ss"
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of the ol., :....Embraceable You I; -_j ehlm ..shawo;Shint oreligon ,nd,6 othr. .
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rpssi.RDOADDI=ZmrrAug. @ (UPI--Rob Ingha* n now oft er'- ---ned...
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daughter, Lorraine after he won $32.00 o a New York televi-
albi show. He has a week to decide if he wil take the money
or try for 564,000. Looaking on as Mrs. Prato.

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X0OLLYWOO6 (NEA) On- what Is known as 100 per cent type
stae, Offstagt & Upstage: The star billing. But Shelley Winters
iide story of the Shirley Temple- [insisted oi, and gets, 101 per cent
Jane Withers "feud" when they type size-a fact that some of her
were kid stars together at Fox co-stars don't yet know.
. rdio .In the 'O's is aut to be
told within better than "You Are A 10-year-old with a pixie look
There" autbenticity. and winsome appeal. Tim Hovey,
sparkles in the trt.dition of Holly-
flme InIwrntre gal is Jane, now wood's Ire-war kid stars int he

0I11 e fbponof Edna Fbeber's *a seeleAito idutbe same league
"Giant." Jae tells me she's ea. with Margaret O'Brisp when, at-7,
racterizing, the -Uttle Miss Mar- she left the late Ilonel Barrymore
ker-Viss Pigtails rhubard in her spiming. "Two hundred years
nearly ebmpleted autohbography. ago," roared Barrymiore, 'they
Their mothers -.not the gfrla- would have burned her as a witch."
elhshed.
L Except for a "Lassie" TV film
"And it was so bad," remembers titled "The Brat" last fail, Los
Jaa, "we finally had to work on Angeles-born Tim hadn't acted any-
dlfferentfs.Te this day Mrs. where when U-I signed him to a
Temple waon' speak to me." long-term contract.
uL Jane sa Shirley, at the ae -
of fm l 'got together.-"We Liberace as a Great Lover?
ditched our bdyguurds and had a I asked Joanne Dru about her
heart-t-heart talk in a powde love scenes with him in the movie,
rowm"-'a d became the- bept of "Sincerely Yours."
friends. lafte ids" w6n her divorce "Rather nice," replied Joanne.
from wealthy Texan Bill Moss and We rehearsed for I1 minutes and
if Living, in a new Holmby Hills did the kiss in one take. But he
hone with her three young cracked my neck. Ho has strong
children. piano hands."
The Film Censors won their five- Ann Sheridan couldn't be happier
m th battle with Hugo Hans over over trading her Encino mansion
hit Cleo MXorej4ohn Agar co- for a Bakersfield department store
itatrr, "Hold Back Tomorrow," two years ago. Business has dou-
It Hugo's holding no grudge I bled, she told me on the "Come
against the blue-pecil boys. INext Spring" set, but she's never
Instead of wailing about the set foot near the store.
eeershi cuts which now will
permit release of the controversial: Composer Rudolph Friml, now
ila. Haas says: 76, 'i saying maybe tar a film
*Wothiag has been lost by the blidgraphy "but only If the script is
eats. We now have a picture tbht honest." His granddaughter ,gor-
Is fa, better-and far more sincere. geous l1-year-old Diane Friml is
I even wrote a letter of thanks to Rosalin Russell's stand in for
the code administrators." I"Picnic." She's just out of high
The lot of the film is about aI school and is trying to decide
dome prisoner who asks for a whether she wants an acting
date with a girl as his last request leareer before she reports to
aUd taBis in ve with her. college.
S- iGrace Kelly may not know it. but
Ten-year-old safer Richard ayer, Jean Pierre Aumont notified Adita
unable to understand why everyone Montes, sister of the hat. Maria
Is po *excited about sexy Kim Monetz, that be will be .n the
Novak: 'Tve been to her house United Staths in August with little
S 4sher doesn't have a picture of Maria, only child born to the
Davy Crdckett." I Freneh star and La Montez. He'll
S --- ido a play In New York later in the
lk.1 Place, Ida lupino, year and A41ta will take over as
WSMa COrey an4 Jean Hagen, housekeeper and play mama to
rfT?^ V" flif line-up receive little Maria.


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%P ?40A., a Uh. Aug.3! (1 N- the lack d title. a .faulty title with qpeoatfoz a weqk end f a a
Sof otes to "orp..A qlaim J fi ig" Iproip0l e
M* G-ins" was Vandre apprt M pro- 'The slaar un a er c
pRAN 1remhf. f y sa r t1 h tabt anium pantrinto to betd his tra- riflel fl lmlt that
8-,(M 1-.00.. ,00. '00 wasAt e Uasn a te capitalof M iYestwry after er when he was 4ed. out. The andre In te right side. pIased It'w s the I fatal
ais d Germany Ch a artende wamur- sheriff ad the hirtle bar- throu his body and lodged in since the uranium rush
rres f d Adeiauer and tn-W t red-poibl beaweof a dis- tender emerged, pistol in hand, the wood trailer, a few years a to e.
RIvr A We st Go nm dail thai th 146Pot pam pute oer a te and tried to hide behind his plateau, which now
tbelr he Aeet fixing the Thurie- o1marr e.d e Vandre, pickup which he hid loaded Friends aid Vandre, who had dply to the
o ai --anlewhlh
Sd se boundary was t an 3i was shot an kiled while he lived in Moab for a year, had in Vput"tiof of urt
Sr held ad trate e e be to nhis hand,beAN DOG twice been married to Mar the world nu
ntral plc. a edd t f al-eru hind aJp -trpk lded with Jones in Moab, but they recently seal. &,,
f a-.ta f la tan jeae treaty. uranium hunttbr ec uinentn. MEMPHIS. Tenn. -(UP)- Mrs.
ibl, e Iunn nme A-lfrman A'fir nlrt' r if.fJoh.n,' .,oaof nd JSoDu-mi wafshi from a
ensa banners -9 Jakob SKlar, spe g to a ref- County said on sus- boat on Moon Lake when she re al
the of-111t 81o t11 upee meea tg in Paesu today, Peet" had been Jied but declined she'd left the fish atringer on L TA E AI
,.at P rd ath "h6meaid a" wa a ed to lel te t itna's nme or shor She ced t her on theFLOTA MANTE
Te yeas. a ,t~o week, ou "lilvig protest agalast th d.- reasons why he had been arrest- dock, then put he dog nhe
oft eatestassegrauos eil of Potda e!.' No fee ed. water. The animal swam to shore. DAB ANA C A
fa yb n as P and ever forgt the mass Keith Barker. Wner of the paddled back with the stringer ANLIA ; .
Rula "a dm inlatratora" a In he aiS. Wagon. Wheel aeerbar where attached to his collar. -
launched a ruthless program- to R'ut e asked the people to Vandre worked In this sbuth- -
transform the rich G1rman hve. patience. "Only a peace eastern Utah boom t0oe said Torits can now get a new look A
fanilands and lUesla's '"Little tity can bring decisions on the somethingg will have to be dons"I at MOunt Rushmore National Me- |
uhr' Into non-Germanic, 0o', borders of Germany,' he told to bolster law enfoapement, in morial in South Dakota. A new The Inauguration of a New" Sqrvice from -
unist areas. theai., Chancellor Adenauer is the rea, road takes the visitor around the
Most of the 9,000,000 Germans expected to takb up the quesUton "This murder was too close to side of he mountain earvin Afr6nm'
moved west. Some settled i of the lost territories whed he Home." Barker declared. "Maybe I which the profile of the George A A A
Communist East Germany, but travels to Moscow this fall with we'll have to do like they did Washington bust can be viewed. CA. AA 'B Q ST (
the great majority made their the soviet leaders. during the gold rush davs-drT
way to the federal republic.. ganize a vigilante committee to
hthe C eaulsed reserve law and order. But this TO CRISTOBAL VIA WAV PORTS -
The CommanlstI rot rid, is a modern day and we don't
most Germans Jn'the 40,noop Who Pushed w wLnf ito o back to 185."
squar t*r G aut a c Stock sa tohat. before THIRD ARRIVAL
MIn to refugee sormees; their cuwadus Abdic le VanEfre finished his night shift
rede elo i t p9ns have b tat the Wapbn Wheel. he-had TODAY -- 75 & .40 8.8. "AUGUST BOLTEN" ........August 14. 1955
flopeI, Pa1hb pMasants have an argumefst. Ih tioo uid-In. 2t:3 4:35 6:49 9s' p.m.
shows extreme reluctance to K gn I r tied men. When Vandre 1, f"
leave their homes and move for his trailer home. he told I A DOAMA GENERAL CARGO WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR
into the evacuated'breas, BRADFORDn gland. Aug. s Barker that he expected trou- OF TCaN-At .
One reason, the refugees say, (UP). The bishop who proc i ble. CANADIAN PORTS AND BOSTON, PER THE
is that the peasants don't believe tated the abdication of King d The sheriff said there was a
Communist assurances.that the ward VIII announced hsown nossibilty the argument. an4 .:
Oder.Neblse frontier is prma- resignation t the slaying, was connected with SS George Russ" and SS "August Bolt
nent Another, nd probably He is Bishop of Bradford, Dr a summons that he recently
more important, Is that the land A W Blunt, who on h Sunday served on Vandre. The action
has lain fallow for a decade, and In 1936 delivered a sermon criti- InvolVed Vanrdre's sale of urani- A I
once-profitable farms are trum- cling "people in high places" un .clain to an exploration A p p I y
blng shells. for their attitude toward divorce compIny..clalms th asherift I
In East Prussia, which was and marriage said InvOlved a question about I
divided upby Rus and pao- His remarks were generally --- --- WILFORD & MCKAY, INC.
land, populaMon density is down taken as the first public criti- signing ak-tse end of October W
from 67 to 29 persons per square clam of the present Duke of because ofrieass. nI MASONIC BUILDING, CRISTOBAL, C. X.
kilometer. Only 1,000 of 256000 Windsor's association' with the Blut %n be. 76 next month., If T
Germans remain m Dnzulg, and then Mrs. Wallis Simpson, a dl- He has been Bishop of Bradford I TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL mIS 21 -I :S
only 175J000 Poles have been vorcee twice over. sinVe 1931. .- -. ... -
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signation was given in )Bratford
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Bradvord, the Very Rev. John 0.
Tiarks.
Tiarks said that Blunt wa tre-


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Deadline 8 P.M. Tonight

Tonight at 8 Is the deadline for States Lawn Tennis Association
S entries in the Omphroy Singles and it is hoped there wih be the
S ennis Tournament and immedi- highest caliber of sportsmanship as
tely thereafter drawmngs will be has always been displayed in tour-
S eld at the office, of Omphroy's naments.
.uto Supply at 38 Avenida Fran- matchplayers officials
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low)., will be allowed in the playing a-
rea of the tennis court so that
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will start tomorrow afternoon at trate on their game without inter.
4:30 at Omphroy's tennis court, ference or distraction.
Seventh Avenue, No. 93, San Fran- There will be ample space on
aisco de la Caleta where all the outside of the court for all
anatches of this tournament will be spectators who are cordially in-
played every afternoon. On Sun- vited to attend the matches.
S ay four matches will be played. An appeal is made for all ten-
Special accommodations will be nis players to offer their services
ade for those players who must as linesmen and umpires wh en
gome from the Atlantic side to necessary to permit smooth run.
S lay in this tournament in order ning of this tournament.
at they finish playing in time to Prize for the winner of the tour.
return to their homes as early as nament wlU be first quality. A
possible. I Slazenger tennis racket strung
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tournament play and linesmen a Slazefger racket frame for the
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the Pirates maynflOtb rene
The newspaper sa icneI
farrea yester Wl'obfli
breath, presidft of the cut
However, Gal death de
meeting with RICK $. But v
asked It Rickey's c Mtract w
be renewed, Oalbreath Just
-"No comment." ..
It also was reported t
Hank Greenberg, gene
manager of the Cleveland
diana, would replace Ric
When told of this report, G
breath said-"Thats the i
I've heard of that one."
Rickey had a distingul
record with the Cardinals
Dodgers before coming to P
burgh. However, he has been
able to build the Pirates
pennant contenders.
Although Rickey's future
be In doubt, baseball mans
are finding their jobs more
cure than in the past. A Un
Press survey reveals that a
major league managers are
ly to be back next year.
This ia in sharp contrast
last year, when there were
manager changes. This inch
4ix changes in the Amer
League and three In the Nat
al-twon on one club.
The Amnerican League il
tion is so stablethis year
seven managers already
signed for the 1956 season. T
are Casey Stengel of the I
kees, Mike Higgins of the
Sox, Marty Marion of the rW
Box, Al Lopez of the Indt
Paul Richards of the Orn
Lou Boudreau of the A's,
Charley Dressen of. the 1
And in the National Lea
both Birdie Tebbetta of the I
legs and Charley GOrmm of
Braves are working on th
yeir contracts.
Of course, a club can dies
a manager at any time a
give bin the balaMnce of
salary. But this costs so mi
that is unlikely to happen
the mamger has as much a
full year to go.
As for the seven other Tr
agers, all but two seem cer
to return. Harry Walker has
done well with the Cardi:
but. h peors at St. I
A.rfe HaIMe
hre Plrates- may not return
Branch Riokey leaves Pittabi
As for the .others. Walter
ston at Brooklyn seems a
bet to be'named. manager of
year. Bucky Harris at De
sems likely to get a as
oost, as well as a new cont
..nd .Mayo Smith of the P
..tan Hack of the Cubs. and
Durocher of the Giants all
certain to be back next yea

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DOfWt U. S. Team


44-35 In Tokyo
TOKYO, Aug. 8(UP) Ja
powerful well balanced team
elated tae United Ywates b
score of 44-35 then took the
600 meter relay Saturday nil
the flail event of their thrse
dual meet. The Japanese qu
composed of Hiroshl Suzuki,
shi ''at, Manabu. Koga and
hfhiro Shoji defeated. the U
combine of George Harrison,
vid Armstrong, Iord Konno
IllWUiam. Wooisey by a four-i
margin. The winning time
8:34.1 minutes for 3z meet re
shattering the former mark o
42.8 set oy a U. S. team in
The American team's time
8:37. minutes.
The American team's time
8:37.5 minutes.
The Japanese team took a
of eight places in the swim
events against six by the
in the three day meet. Don
per of the U. S. team, how
won the two diving events
also figured in the total scor
I Reiso Knike Japanese co
who predicted a 4445 Ja
victory before the mnwet told
ry, "The American t
vd Just as atroag a
W Mt they would-be.".
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lcan TR1"IBE i^ ^i COflteu peaformed poor- i aY AL ag Eou M baCLAN I,
'ion- TRIES ON IS NEW CAP.-Pitcher Sal Maglie, recent sold by Barge Royal went off the rank Was actuallyin.e'. So
tuat the New York Giants, tries on his new Cleveland cap ot ed te wel a e He Don't er let- n Ybeby altte' ,"
ve as he pays a last visit to the Polo Grounds. (NA i h oto) place. There was no show bet- I have never believed that there hook imbedded, all 180O al g
eae ting. These were the best win is any l5a fant mortality amongwith no ill effects The hoo wi
Van- I/H---SOME-S -A-E------ odds in another .day of formful trout wh have been caught eventually disItegrate ifouh the
Red WHEW SOME SHADE AT LAST "-racin2 e.e had fou, win- strn t'\
tansY _'.._ . ..^ ners to nip "Pimo" Bravo, who death is certain. But a fish hood low asked me the-oter taft kt
oles, had three, for saddle honors in the mouth or even in the stem- happens to the fslah who e f old
a had threefor saddle honors. .. ok lo a-'
d .tch has an ,cellent y chanceof age. He never 'saw o-t0 in 0
Nats. .. The dividends: survival. To prove this to my years of angling.
igue, wn satisfaction I recently caught Michigan's Intitute-for IWher-
Red- .. FIRST RACE 103 trout of various sized in a pri. lea Research laced. 238
-" "1-Welcome Stranger $6.90, 5, vat lake, and moved them by killedroutin
iree- milk-can to a retaining pond. Search area last summer toa
Sree- .' B 2-Henry Lee $4.40, 3.20. Four of these fish had been how fast, these fk disaPear.
Mae ...- -Esquadory $4.60. gill hooked. Al four died. We On the. average, it took on ly
....MI ,..E'*/ s q SEC.u OND RACE seined the remaining 99 froni the four and' one half days for
his, l-p. 1-Courtly Prince $5.0, 80 2.40 nd 20 days later and released integration to reach a pKt I
eh I -Couertlyrdic $3$.0 3,20. them in a nearby river. They were yond which it would .be very dt.
ch --Ve ro a, in perfect condition. cult to notice or itid te
f 3-Maanina $3.20. These fish were taken in a v.- maine. It's interestlgia t not *ne
First ble: $1.80ACE riety of ways, with live bait, of the 138 anglers who ed the
nan- --Uy .80, .0.plugs. Each one was tagged and dead trout. .
rota the method of capture recorded. 1 .i
-no, L .- Live bait caused two gill hoook-I (Dlstbtey
68ul 1l---uaola $13.0, 3, 2.60

:, $7. t S.n
r Al FIFTH RACE I r a
o1-DOn Goyo $6.40, 2.60. 'Opus k mait
the --Petite $2.80.
toit IoTH RAC" f Play Toni f Close
alary 1-Puglist $7.60 4.20, 3.20 0. ose la bs
ract. r2-Young Prince $3.40, 2.40. N O AU &-(UP)-
L 3-Supper GIR $3. The final and deciding week of Close finishes maned three
Em Ep TH RACE the Panama Area Armed Forces stake raesI in the t rday.
seem 1-Febrero I$3.80, 2.20, 2.20. League gets underway t o nig h t Wheatley 8 t ab le's ",ilty
. o2--Mtr Me 2.20. with defending champion and ear- Morn" won ths, $6,000 I'Mon-
SSee boat ble:15.0. rent first-placer Fort Kobbe en- mouth Oaks in Nw.Jjrey4"oek.
eSecond Double;: $ 15.30 gagingg Army Atlantic in the first e M Iddi A Tgr ou, 'Sthn
o EIGHE PRACEof two important home floor en- even-money favorite a neck 'i-,
1-Carlota $5,2.40, 2.20. counters. front of "Blue 1
2--Radical $.20, .20." otikt rn tlue 1,ao le.Ma -
S3-Curaa 20 Koabbe, which moved into first behind.
QluIdel ; it.s. n place Thursday niht by oneSame
SNIIt RACE when Army Atlantic olted Fort At S aratga ,joc 1e r
Se"1--UI $73.0, anl0. Clayton, takes on the Cavaliers in woohose rod to1 u pan's 1 this Thursday's finale, two in.saket. r oo
ide- One-Two, S rode "First Aid' to a n ic-
C aplThe Cavaliers battle fourth- tory over "Diving r4 in,,he
Spinal -t i4s 64RACE place Tri-Post Troopers tonight at ~,ty a, e oy-o
bt in I-Bage $24.20, 6.40. ,Clayton. Cl n's chances will be horse in le
.-day 2u$ ahusrt considerably by the depar- vaon-the azlot'-er ala,
taue H RACE ture for the States today of sever- ,h
Atsu- l.Flea .20, 3.40, 2.20. al key reserves. 0 .
Yos, Si Oki-and MAe 2.60. The Troopers have been swamp- Latr in-b. e Ay ',Woodhouse
I. S. 3-MuAeco $2.40. ed by Clayton three times alrea- wo h Titd 84d l
Da- dy but their chances tonight look won thae ited t te aU HteI
andbetter. b Stakes for t 'wo-ye'r.o d& "lbrd
Bn Buds b will be Lacing one of it- "Career Boy.. e
wa p rs etwo conquerors tonight in AA. The ..ame B a .
cord Bushmasters reversed Kobbe ConC ,reerE Wy A.".
of : Bud Abbott and Lou Costelk argue over who's By UNITED PRESS the Fort Davis court, 87-79, July Man"--razn third.'
1950. 11. The Lifeliners bame back in
Iwas their last engagement a. Davis In Ch&Vmo, te big rae wa
w~as E LBOXING for a 75-57 verdict. runaway. .. as ts 's e
wtt dWhile main interest will be fo oey-- Ha
was;U Featherweight'o Cadll came cused on Kobbe Thursday night earear a at -
total I l ... from behind aturd night to for the Liner-Cavaller meeting ry over "DDOgQo90 In't Ie. e.
min ntknock out RUdy Garcla in the Army Atlantic and the-Troopers 4i amap i a Rob=shlps
U. 'seventh round at Hollywood, Ca- end their seasons in a game at 'New Trend. ranpn wu o s
Har- lifoia. Fort Amader. muddy tragk.
ear, Cadlili was trailing on points
which at thi start of the seventh, when
ing. he floored Qf ala with a left
ach hook. Garoe got up at the count
eanse ight, but .'s knocked down "xI*
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31W YORK, Aug. 8- (UP)- before Bob Kennedy could come Y WA-r oi l whie td en
The Montreal Royals. trying toUp, the dowuposrstartedandend -Boyea ths isffoloi lt tde me",t oAter
tke charge of the Interns Onal on the contest. Geore Kel hom-or1 gaet II 1 att. .1.isrter
eagr rse athwa heitr ear- o nd in the rat innngad m o n
t royn Dodgers have done led home the tying run after Nl. -
In the..itt.i League, were op ae Fox uipied an io teigath. Dave
to today by a husky 2gam opByMURRAY OLDEMAN whie h clubdescribes a perfect
Sa result of a Sunday double- homer off starter Connie Johnm SHANEE ON DELAWA b grabbing a potter and
headersweep. I 't..e Tigers beat t.eir aid name-,SHANEE ON DELAWAIIII,6) grabbing A.putter end bdft
hd sis weep. . .my Byrneas BB aPa Pa. (NEA) Harry Obit, the a 20-yarder straightaway.
The y whipped the e- lps samme atw-ru nmer a Pro of the Poeonos, is praeical' The veteran Shawnee profession.
The .oyals whipped the .the first ammeb a Mantle's pai r proof of his own theory that the al Jias put together a traveling
ondplace Toronto Maple Leafa t fhomrst 5 gh Boo"t 'rleys swing's the thing" to a happier show, featuring his lithe quartet
in both ends of a twin bi at ee- hoer e. u s ghte D Steve links life. of young assistants, to promote
Montgeal,. 7-2, and 5-2. the sec1-. v.t apf .he .te Once you groove your swing, gof and entertain.
ond gainse five innings. They Uromek was the winner a to e insists, it's as espy a sitting
reei four-bit pitching In ener. in grandpa's favorite chair. He' Dick Fariey and Stan Du da sa.
each Pme, from southpaw Tom Earl W felt the wrath of promptly sits down and bests a winter tour golfers, fpearbeaded
Laerds in the opener and skin- t Measers as the clubbed drive down the center of the fair- an.assert.nent of trick and orthe-
my rththander Olen Miekens in t l a r' e 1 a ty wer u way. Harry can hit them cross- dox shots that has had such spec-
Montre andrt night. T o'-aods toe I l aoae rial 1r gged,v tandl ona either toot ortators as President Eisenhower
Montreal and Toronto now are Leafs tatourey t LWeaMaaoin even gazing o into the distance Iooh-ing and ash-ing.
even in vaytotreia but the sLeafswI k tripe sd a pai el air -
have of wit e ,dam l s more ms. Jon5am Icanuta went me
Tbother Sunday game. Roch- vi-for ixalvictory, yield.
ester downed Buffalo, 9-3. and thi.I
Byracue t avana 7-3, in IMilwaukee broke a four game
S9Itn h doubleheader teasing streat e sweeping a uOu-,
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ilts AadrrItNAs ain t rwA NATIONAL LEAGUE A EBIECAN G
for Rocese, although tagged on for two more runs In the4
for hom Steve De tergd eignta. Bob isull limited toe Ps- TEAMS W L Pet GB W L Pe0.
Charol en john iatn s rates to vwen hits tor his eight Brooklyn .....74 35 .679 ......ci 43 .
two-run homer started Syrcur e victory in the second game. Milwaukee ...60 50 .54A 14 New.k ....s3 43 -
on ts way to victory, although The Cubs beat toe bDogers, 4-3, New York ....59 53 .327 16i Cleveland ....4 45 .57
starter Jim Owens needed late bu even wit eeLeal a uae Philadelphia .57 58 .496 20 Boston .......63 46 .578 1
relief from Thornton Kipper to two victories by -th second-place Chicago .....55 58 .487 21 DBit ...... .S 50 .541 5S
ame the win. Braves, Brooklyn suIl lea me sla- Cincnnag 5.2 59 .468 23 Kst 2city 6 4 5 4 4. 1
Homers by Vie Marasco i and ton League by 14% games. War- t oincnnat ...45 50 .434S 2 K W ty.466 o .41
Clint McCbrd led Richmond to rnHacaier em t oetgadram- S Uis ....4 0 .34261/ WB3Sato .3:S72 0 37
victory in Its first game at Rich- .ticaily byw sthag os u won Zitm- OiDurA1 G
mond. But Ted Gray of Colum- mer with the bases lu and two TODA4'S GAMES TODAIB GAM ,
bus oastd to a s X-hit wlis in out In tnb nmth alter redevag Hal hicgoDAY'St rookln No gamechY led.
the abort sl htcap as Columbus Jencoat wia a count ao two wuns .Chicago at shkledutd. B e.
staged a 10-run rally in the no strikes on Zimmer. Bobt Kush only game s eduled.
S lxth nL. was me winner. EST Aa R SULT6
SRob erin erts of the Phillies YESTERDAY'S BESULTS (First Oaei
T registered hi 18th victory al- (First Game) Chcago 100 000-2
SPthough he needed Jack Meyer's Nw York 000000302-511 Ba 000 10 000-2 6
,reue in a 9- decision over the Cincinnati 300 002 ax-f 9 1 Jsthona, Mowe, Marti ad
Cards. Ed Waitkus hit a three- AntoneWi (9-14), Olel and Lollr.
.- run nomer tor Paula.elplha. -Katt, HOfman.
MAJOR 1LEAOAGI LEADERS A three-run homer by r e I I e f MOtoUvel9si T
Er UNITE S pitchLer Hersi Freeman _pow- NtuxhlU (12-8), Freema, Black (Cafled qlt,. rant)., .
ered the Redlegs to an 8-5 vie- .and Bats, Burgess. ---
header buta barrage of four home (Second ame) Chicago at ore
L EADING ATTERS run, two by UtaU riarrins and- New York 110001 111- 11 1 (Postpo rain)
,AS-ONAL LEAUUT each by Hank Thom .pioi aId Bll CincinnaUti. 022 000 010-5 8 0 ; .
ONAL LEaylor. gave te Giants a -t Lddle. McCall, Grissom (5-2) (First Game)
P..e a CEb r h Pet umph i the nightcap. Wally Po t and att . Cleveland 0o og 010-3 i0
llaer 3z. laS b so io pAnd Wilie Mays also homered as colUum, Staley (5-8). Gross Washington 120 004 0x- 12 0
Amb.. Phi. 104 400 64 131. t g and Burts. Wyn (13 -7 ), Lemon, t an-
P aCi.nD. 111 444 1 0 .S l STAR -MI (gO Malle and Hegan, Folifi.
daer. Bkin. 106 388 05 1 9 ,314 ey Man e, wEoe twe hec. i t Ga (--- -Y and Courtney.
SuaakiCn. 110 434 8 .Mnlwhstehe0 runs gaYS te Yankees aS Milwaukee 400 000 0x-47 2S (Second Game,:
N- SIU M ..--- i AGUtory O t Tigers in th.e 10. Law (7-7), Suirknt, .Do'oso, Cleveland a Washington
AMEICAN LEAGB in dg alghteap of twi-bMll. Pepper and Shepard. Atwell. (Postponed rainy
t.ia t. 10 425 96 149 o 5 e Nichols (8-5), Johnson -and n --.
=Moe, Det. 100 429 7411 .3. .-a Rice. (FPit, Game)
power, I.C. 108 421 67 14 .318 U U i Detroit w00 3-4
p Cl.ve, l t. 16 043 85 18 .314 (Second Game) New York Q 100- 8 0
ecag0o 9 85 33 8 9.313 Pittsburgh COO 101 000-2 7 2 Oomek (114-), Aber and Wil-
SlaO 307 33 96 313 i Milwaukee 000 120 1x--4 9 1 On.
.'ll p Face (2-4), Littlefleld, Law Byrne (1O-q.IBfrdiant. Mo'r-
...- / and Atwell. n aSad Berra.
- ........ B uhl (9-7) an Crandall. ---
37 ". B (Seconyd Game)
.* 3 MYearsIhJams Brooklyn 00le0ooooc0- 6I 1 Detroit 0000-C0 2
5.5 3OWa wes S eN A l Chicago 50210100t--4 14 0 eNowe York.0 6
.....23- 'd House.
S.*.*.* QU...2IOMN: t *r the in. Loe (9-4),eassnt,CraigLa- (12-10) and erra.
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On The Alleys..

Maje' let Bowlers
mo, rmrow Fil.
The fl"t annual meeting of
th Major Laggie Bowl i ng
LM ill be held Tuesday
713 0t T O at the Diablo
aey. u dUbhous bowling a&-


toftI


Lop" th uilman, to Baltimore,
t League e lanta 4 ed of
p l.Ceveland, which hc hgtng
eI.aDo museum of Victorian antiques to
tj of the Cooperatown a uar. It
ai Kiner, Ferrm and. Hot vers
Wouar Henry Oreenbr before he Spied
hip's aHop.
itl aglie. They would grab Red Rut-
4 Lefty Gomez it they could geS them


itto DeW. .. ,tt
S- frmberi -. w that George M. Wels ad s hbokeets
Sthe t d d li, first, toor allthe
"44ec to gin a source ef patching Int wClit an*
sica aid the event Cleveland has the good fortune to
SWhe tne or waivers on Magile, Chicago was
In first place, New 1k second and Cleveland third. This situ&-
01tion gave the call to the Indians over the Bombers and the
Whlte.Sto. : _- ."
: .The rle. under w h t the Yankees acquired Johnny Bin
from tbe Braves' wShtf American League waivers was changed
.ealtuijnl UWu,. QHer)olioeed so long and loud over what
.aed maU tdjce.
. . '.-'.. *
#ALE.OF MAGLIE SURRENDER AND RETRENCHMENT
Why did the Giants sell Maglle, who in 195) won 23 games,
and whose sturdy aggressiveness and crafty talents had endear-
eu him so greatly to Polo Orounas patrons?
The transaction resembles, in many details, the one which
sent John Mize from the Olants to the Yankees in 1949. Leo
Durocher had a fifth-place team that summer, and the high
salaried Mise was- considered the most expendable. Stoneham
picked up 845,000 in that deal.
Sale of Maglie was tantamount to an announcement that
the Giants were through for the 1955 season. It also was a move
in the direction of retrenchment. The Polo Grounders haven't
been doing too well at the gate and the $35,000 they gain through
the sale, N53,000 from Cleveland and $10,00C saved in salary, la
not to be sneered at in the attending circumstances.
There is yet another factor, a feeling of asperity between
the pitcher and -Dumbher. Not so long age Lie bibsted the
Barber for having failed to hustle. It so happened that Magile
was no t tfapit.
In any ,eo t, Leo spilled a lot of recrimination about play-
ers who were 't battling and Ulants who were complement. All
this quickly 1 9 deMiled and withdrawn. The front office did not
like it,
In being shifted to the Indians, Maglie may Have been kick-
ed upstafre le may get.into another World Series.
At the of 36, tle Barber appeared to be finished as a
National factor, 'e had lost even his.old ability to baffle
the Dodi ." "
. -. .' .. *< .."
S P ~4N XUC8EE FOR B SELLING LOPAT
dA veterans of baseball Sfad, theqmMT
gpgl^~qi 'MIg ~l lo wmsen and Dave Kedo ar wns Irot
Reynolds and Vie aschl have -lf1 the
In shedd the'ombers had a far better excuse than
the Giants eald ater officially for the sale of the Barber.
Casey Stengeln l ought back Don Larsen fromp Denver and
somebody had to to make room for the right-hander.
Cape w j eidy to turn Lopat Into a coach and let him
dollet his 00W to the end of the season. But Paul Riehards,
ready to gra anybody, especially with a Stadium tag, expressed
a desire to have the Junkman.
If Lopat falls with the Orioles, the New York club wil be
off the atnmental hook. His release will have to come from
Baltimese,
MagUe ad Lopat now are potential menaces to the Yan-
kees. Actually, that doesn't mean so much. Old Hose Rad-
bourne would harass the erratic Bombers If he could come
back out of tthe dim past. When a nothing-ball slinger like
Johnny .echmits can stand the Yankees on their ears, why not
M agli and Lopat?
eveland won't be hurt by the addition of MaigUe. It may Tbe
helped. *



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to asasuipate groAmerican Pr.e-
nBi ?4go Dish Diem.
e powerful bomb exploded
while .te Pteme and other high
officials wr 4iving by the ea-
lace, only 'a few yards from e
scene of the blast.
The palace was badly damaged,
bub police said there were no ca-
-Polte said the bomb exploded
in the palace, located in the heart
of Saigon, at 6 p.m.
The premier, was scheduled to
preside over a ceremony being
held at the palace of justice.
Stron& police details were rush-
dto the scene.
Authorities said no further in-
lormaltion on the bombing could be
.,made available for the time being.
Haim an 'Services


Slated Tomorrow

In Balboa Temple
Memorial services for Leon F.
liartman. retired Canal employee
who died early Satirday morn-
lna after a long illness, will be
held at 5 Tuesday afternoon, in
the Scottish Rite Temple in Sal-
boa. The services wil .beCcon-
ducted by Darien Lodge, AY.


and A.M., of whicn ne wInI -
member.
Friends have been asked to
contribute to the Canal Zone
Cancer Fund instead of sending
flowers.
Mr. Hartman had lived most
of his life in. the Canal Zone,
l having come here as a young boy
with his family in 1909 from
Williamsport, Pa., where he was
born. He was first employed In
June 1914, in the Accounting De-
S apartment and later worked in
S the District Quartermaster Divl-
sion.
Most of his service was In the
S Dredging Division and lie was
employed as- captaixq of a
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MIAMI, Aug. 8 (UP) The R., because a possible shift in high late yesterday afternoon
worst hurricane of the season 'course would have brought and night,
roared to within striking dis- high winds and seas, but the Lt. (JS) J. F. Carney of Law-
tance of the southern U.S. main- city escaped this punishment. rence, Mass., aerologist aboard
land today packing winds as Connie is the third major tro- the Jacksonville, Fla., Navy plane
deadly as the most lethal storns olcal whirler of 1955 but the first which plotting the storm, said
of 1954. to be officially clocked with hur- he flew into all of last year's
The U.S. Weather Bureau 'said ricane winds of 75-miles per destructive blows and that Con-
the Atlantic hurricane, named hour. Alice appeared briefly nie was as turbulent and as danl-
"Connie," was "severe" w it h south of Puerto Rico last Jan- gerous as any he's ever seen.
winds up to 135 miles per hour uary and Brenda arose in the Lt. Comdr. K. J. Mackey of Al-
and gales howling 250 miles Gulf of Mexico and hit shore at bany, N.Y.., captain of the-Navy
northward from Its center, the Louisiana-Mississippi line hurricane hunter, said one solid
This course brushed the Vir- last week.
fln and Puerto Rico with gales. The Bahama Islands had brac- New Hearings Set
The Britash Island of Tortola in ed for the fringe furies the giant w earings eS
the northern Virgins reporicc. tempest.
winds up to 7 miles per hour as Yesterday the hurricane was Dy Sen. Kefauver
Connie passed to the north. centered about 175 miles north-
Some 3,000 persons were eva- east of Turks Island in the Brit- WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP)-
euated from a shortside sub. Ish West Indies and warnings Sen. Estea Kefauver (D-Tenn.)
ur, of populous San Juan, P. were posted through to the Ba- said today ne will hold hearings
hamass and and along the entire in Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday
South Atlantic Seaboard. on the role of the school 4n com-
Full House Th Miami Weather Burea batting juvenile delinquency.
Hsued a warning for all small
craft from Cape Hatteras, N. Kefauver, chairman of a Sen-
NASHV.ILU, Tenr, Aug. 8 C., to the Mam area to stay .ate subcommittee Investigating
(UP)--Clerks at the Hermitage ot of open Atlantic waters Juvenile delinquency, said the
Hotel opened up two big family until the hurricane passed, session will hear from municipal,
rooms and rolled in portable The weather bureau had ex- civic and religious leaders from
beds to rove their claim that nected the center of the storm the area. Thdy will testify on
there is no charge for children to move along about 150 miles programs used In Tennessee to
under 12. off the Bahama Islands, reach- cope with youthful misbehavior.I
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mayfield ing east of Nassau this morning The Tennessee Democrat said
of St. Louis registered with their Residents of the Bahamas ere he picked Nashville fpr the hear-
eight children-all under 12. warned to expect gale winds and logs because the city has "an
excellent record" in curtailing


Bulganin Throws A Party


youth crime. .,


storm ieet eteded aU thewy
from th eye ii e Stoem to
uprimater. AnY 'g IAnt, p
more than 24 lWan the n
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new aircraft. e US8 Fora as hugagust idate gr
foot- vela shown at Newport News, Va., di~bU o
cranes on her light deck, her giant elwetors, and other o pte a.fatljlE


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Army Pit's Wife In Weejing bunion 'V4


As Court-martial Acquits Her Of Murderi tng im


SESDAI, Japan, Aug. 8 (UP)- face set in an impassive mask,
A 26-year-old mother who shot as the verdict was pronounced.
her helicopter pilot husband to Brig. Gen. Herbert J. Vander
death after he treated her like Heids, Zeeland, Mich., somberly
a "monster,". beat '-her and faced the defendant.
threatened to kill their three "It is my duty," he said in a
children was acquitted of miur- strong, firm voice. "to advised yu
der yesterday and rtashed to a the court found you not guilty."
tearful reunion with the yount;- Mrs. Abidin turned quickly and
sters. run into the arms of her New
*< York lawyers-James Flynn and
"I knew God was withme Francisa C. Hardiman.
sobbed Mrs. Pomiala Vivian Ab- Then she collapsed in a chair.
din of Bayside, N.Y. toTears streamed down her cheeks.
"It was really od, t t "Daddy, dady, oh, daddy," she
the jury. When tzey yent out, cried out.
Ir _ia .. M cried D


I said It was up to uuu. -
The willowy brunette, who had
fingered her rosary and prayed
while the six colonels and a
brigadier, general deliberated
her fate, stood motionless, nor


his- retire-ment in January M O.Au ( UP -






SIand a r tmer ollf of the o nae or foreign diplomats yes- Lert and other d omas e a n
a a membteedr. "eMkoyandan fe | ". -



American L ln. He was also a urin a.converdaon about hsfolk dance in the center of a .




. ... prominent vt Premier was asked if he had Rusians led by Bolvishoi Theater
heAAo isi Ian any plans for a visit to the Uit. star. -
hVeVScotVsh t e I Ii an d States or had received any in- o Tp Soviets including Molotov,
boI have no aad hrine Templenvboatracedtations." Naaovich and Deputy Pre-in t o'ted onshore director as .
lHe is survived by is he replied. but I h that some. mie M. G. Pervukhin sryg older .' ,. -\. < t
.ta .artmanwo Is empl time it wl250bebrought about." Russian flk songs. ,war fleet,
' CALVIN, Okla.. Aug. 8 UP) The party was held on Bulga-. The frolicking preceded and fol- ^^ .- ,...: '.
A convict who ha nd been keper of mat's 80-acre estate which once lowed a sumptuous eight course, C.-
the prison atloodBalbonda o heights cloned toCount Orov, a faornmentC. ur open air lunch served in
escaped and lesister a red f hi efs wCathere there. Foreat. mew children a or under a canvas ikei.n
dog strayhas beerg, c a- oater orre ut m s sutth of were canotopy b more t han 100 waters
long ith hs canine frMoscow, it was used frequently and serve ancedg girls. American
Louis Jones, 34, serving life for after the revolution y the ldte The girls came in long lines
rape, was arrested at the railroad Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin. through a grove of psingi nes fir and
action here, 30 miles west of Mc-. Veteran, diplomats aid it was bircuss trees bearing heaping trays
Alester State Penitantiary. The the gaest, most informal party from' the handsome red stone villa *
missing bloodhounds were fsnd a given fy a Sovisit leader for for- which stands on a slight hill.
short time e..rlier a few mlles a. eigners in the 37-year history of Although vodka and champagne H[[--
way. They were tracked down by Communist Russia, and Soviet wine were provided in, li
a second pack of dogs selected be. Foreip Minslater Motations." tlsa bottles it was o t a Pre.
c'use they were strangers to the roweda race against Argente drinkie .g party. REFS ED RESERVE COMMISSION Eugene Wi
fugitive. Amassador Le"but I hopoldo ravo and memieTh G.ere were only two m or hu his mother. Mrs Deborah Landy at Kings
Sheriff T. J. Sanders of Hughes the wie of the Indonesian ambas t a ss: One by Bulganin and one following graduation cremones of the U.S. Mercs.
County said the six dogs first mt& der, i one of the many lakes in repl by acting dean of the for. Acad-,. La y, who was notified that he had t
Ip pursuit of the husky Nehro fuon o'i the estate. .ign., d plomatle corps Burmese a commsi on in the U.S. Naval Reserve, said he h
turned out to be their keeper's Deputy premier Anstase which once loweassador Maung Oh. sworn statement that e had never een assocat
fstinds. ian rowed Mrs. Charles E. Bohlen, | However, there was such fred, subversive organization. He said his mother han
d"They joined up with kcn and e t e Abouertcan ambassadoruth ly .and .polite linking of iaitesr Communist Party card in 1945 but he thought sh
lrnt on across country l .g s and it was user'-yer-old dfaghter Avit between neighbors. her association with the Commonist by 1
Louis Johind," the sheriff saidfe for afteround the lake. He also row The girls came In long line
'-A rmer told officers of seeing rdae gatgln".Bohlen and .ost. ,, "
rape, waro and the hounds runninglroad Soviet CPremier Joniset partyalin. ecre ough a grove of es fir and A
nation here, 30 mils west of Mc Vteran, diplomats ade eit was brch, trees bearing apg traT f W Wy




Alester Staorcemenits, specifymg. T h e theminister, and Ivan formneal pickearty from the handsome

Second pack of dogs not sequinte d strawberries and rspberres with bottles it was
County saidt the sonvic.x dos ftn somer, inone of the many lakesin repl by acting dea of the for Academy. dy, who was notified that he had



S d" te serff sad. around the lake. He also rowed af
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S NGBlAH, Calif.,
(UP)--A retty 16-year-
-wallan girl who stowed
a Canadian destroyer.
seven-day voyage here ex
nmatter-of-factlytoday t
"tht t the trip would b
W" I*Ws Daptain, W
M the gil was a
I a ancw to his ON

When the destroyer A
ken arrived here yester
,~.Intelepted It at
bow's, breakwater aboard
Guard cutter and whi
't PTlaplU of .Hlo,
word about th
wek on ship w th 150
came from Cmdr. O. H
sen commander of the d
Sf'Ber lter Ship, the (
"We all thought she
bloody nuisance," said D
'"BUt one female stowaw
not disturb the Canadia
When FBI agents brou
bl ack-haired Joycelen
"- '* li.a'. hta er te.. s,, had
MtAer Ellmat- mbd ora thee navy.
2W. *"at PrkUrI- gV M eof


Aug. 0- ssid. "RThe captain was ex-, "I also wanted to see my aunt Canadian ship had Been holding
ol Ha- treae" aloe to me." and uncle in San Francisco and Canadian ship had ben holding
way on .~oyoneB who had her hair cut to see Bill." open house at Pearl Harbor.
for a extremely short-boyish in fact She will be arraigned later to-
iplained -by iilors on ter she day in Los Angeles before a U.S. The girl. was npt M = .e
hat he wa d covered, aid ashe volun- commissioner on federal stowa- until the destroyer was 3MJ|rs
e "fun." teared or work In the'ship's gal- way charges. at sea, Davidson said. L I
though, ley. She said she wasn't worried .a spare parts lzn andW amez-
bloedy about what might "happen to' agency rationA She found.H
afar a r w hed di dhes and serye4 me" because "I am in good, "hbe never waept r -
coffee 0 tes. to the officers hands and it doesn't make any I fla-t," sa e Xloeain '
from t a she said. "I difference what they decide" was e
Lthabas- a.leM cek." Lt. mdr. Charles E. Rich- way.
day, FBI i her'putca." rdson ot the Athabaskan .ald Sh took little exer
the har- They aeme Uke a boy," 1yeden was "rather a are the ce t t
a Coast she said. "I ft home because of 00e girl. But I told her I was 7:3 ev algh .
aked off family trouble bt I don't wa nt d to see her go. I ws a The g3 JAte i
HawdML to sa"y aytbing that will hurt w y bad show. ofa
0 girl's my parents. . pretty high school junior, Cat
sailors Amed about a ulpstick-scraw-a beauty queen candidate at Mi- 1 ar
SDavid- ednoe he left er moth 1 left a lipstick-scrawled note Can
destroyer w h referred t "Bl" -4a "b, toWber mother which read: btstod
Cayuga. by, girl at A denied ev am going to be with Bill... a d
was a the anta to take care of me -
avidson. i ashe a e did baby so let us be togeth- crea l
ay does Bi but. I Sal a &am, very sorry about every- dett, R3
in na, ." him. I wro th ote beea. have tried to toel you Sm
Lght the felt that my ta would a me own
to Juve-meo t was forgive me please. I
d kinder C O a gutI 1Y name so no baum
m ny 4s thent to ld. to the Pilapils. DOS t


=ptes


liam Landy
Point, N.Y.,
iant Marine.
been refused
had signed a
ed with any
d carried a
e had ended
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Her father, Louis M. Viviano,
67, rushed from his courtroom
seat and took his daughter in
his arms.
Viviano, who'works as an air-
craft mechanic In Nw York,
came here a month ago to take
care of'the children and give his
daughter mora sAupport.-


He held his daughtr'a head
against hid chest, striking her
chin and her brunette swept-
bae'l oe now,'" he said
A fsew nute4. later, Mrs. Abl-
d.pd her father walked to the
hugh bench and shook hands
with the members of the court-
martial board, who exonerated
her of blame in the killing of
Warrant Officer Robert Abldin
on June 1'7.
One of the first to congratu-
late her was' Army prosecutor
1st Lt. Joseph A. Lorenzo, Hart-
ford, Conn.
Lorenzo had asked the court-
martial to find her guilty of
murder which could h a v e
brought a death sentence. But
when it was ail over, Viviano
said, Lorenzo came to him and
shook his hand.


"I hope you dol't hivT any il
a lc L feeln gtowdas.-Job
S .,. Friends V to. Mrs. WibUn sad
Sher gather 0 the hbe five
JnnedWednesday away where h6r dren
waited for her. ThOy ran bare-
Memorial services for Lysle A. foot to the car to grteet her.
Godby, Canal Zone resident for "We prayed all the time Mum-
the past 15 years who died Sun- my was gone," said the eldest.
day morning, will be held Wednes- -------
day afternoon at 5 in the Ancon '
Masonic Temple. The family has i n TA
requested that no flowers be sent. Iruman DOot 10- u


Mr. Godby, who was 55 years
old, was a native of Fayette Coun-
ty, W. Va. He came to tle Canal
Zone in May, 1940, when he was
employed as a foreman in t he
Municipal Engineering Division.
He transferred to the Mechanical
D. Ision as rigger in June, 1944,
and six years later was assigned
temporarily in the Locks Divisfon.
He left the service in 1950 but
was reemployed that same year
in the Municipal Engineering Div-
ision where he worked as fore-
man until April, 1951. Since that
time he has been employed by the
Army, Navy, and a private con-
tractor,
Hle had been ll for several
weeks.
Mr. Godby is survived by his
wife,. Mrs. Clara Godby, who is
employed in the Canal one post-
al service at the Civil Affairs
BuIlding; a son, Clair, who is a
naval air cadet at Pensacola,
Fla., a daughter, Mrs. Annette
Socking, of Springfield. Cole and
one grandchild. His son and
daug ter re enfty returned to the
Isthmus be ause of his serious ill-
nesp.


On Sale In November
KANSAS CITY Mo., Aug. 8-
(UP) -Former President Tru-
man, through a publishing house
spokesman, announced the first
of two volumes of. his memoirs
would go on sale Nov. 2.
The title of the 608-page, 320,-
000-word- first volume sl "Year
of Decisions."
Timothy Seldes, a senior edi-
tor of Doubleday & Co., of New
York, said the two volumes
would sell at $5 each, or at $8.50
for both If ordered as'a set. The
second volume, WSldes said, is
tentatively scheduled for pub-
lication In February, 1956.
Under the contract agreement
for publication of Mr. Truman's
memoirs, the former chief exe-
cutive will receive no royalty on
the sale of any copies of the
books.
The publshn contract calls
for erial publication in Life
Magazine, the St. Louis Post-
Dispatch ..and, the New York
Times, as well asin volume form.
For the entire publication Mr.
Truan) r..e.Ws a totalDf S=,-
000. L -


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came back hmeto day

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bhe d hei
conce In the nvel
clawi she shot hi
their children, B
Ronald, 6. and .'i
In her dramti
she told the court s
gun the monaing c
and "aomethln.hi
She was driven to
who W a "moi
their eight-yeIn i
cause he beat b:r
and fists, stabd
fort and' soreMaeC
to kill ybur... (
'The O-fopt, l'
wM dead a '
with one b.
'abdomen,".- '."71


Then he bWaited tb her
face "l ke a monster," of score
of seductions In Cuba, the UXtU
ed States and JapaoiAhe ad.
He named an "Ar colonel
wife, a Wac. a New York "tele-
vision" girLand a Japnese-ai-
line hostess, she .sd.L,



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VDINA,. i -Au-
trian newap ra toyy carrie
unconfirmed reports t Jose
Cardinal Mdsst Roman
Catholic primate.of t u ,
staying at a cate ear e city
of Pecs, southern.
The reports d t the r-
dinal was recOently1 d ll
aged mother-w h
rian Church that she
found her ion "corae -atively
well."
A church ff t.o
the cara fna
-told United P.o Irtet e
that they do ahot where the
cardinalis 3 3.
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