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Terrorists
Try To Kill
Premier Diem
SAIGON, Indochina, Aug. 8
(UP) Unidentified terrorists to-
' night bombed and severely dim-
aged the South Vietnam Palace
o Justice in an apparent attempt
' to assassinate pro-American Pre-
nlcr Ngo Dinh Diem.
The powerful bomb exploded
while tne Premier and other high
officials were driving by the pa-
lace, only a few yards from the
scene of the blast.
The palace was badly damaged,
bui police said there were no ca-
""poUce said the bomb exploded
in the palace, located in the heart,
of Saigon, at 6 p.m.
The premier was
Ereside over a ceremony
eld at the palace of justice
Strong police details were rush-
ed to the scene.
Authorities said no furtr
formation pn the bombing
,h. vi able for the tir
AN INDEPENDENT ^/lH \^, DAILY NEWSPAPER
Uatiama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe** Abraham Lincoln.
THIRTIETH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, AUGUST I, 1955
FIVE CENT*
PotenlConnie CufsCaperNear

scheduled to
being
in-
South Coast Of US Mainland
MIAMI. Aug. 8 (UP) The I
worst hurricane of the season
could be | roared to within striking dis-
snadVavalMbta for tl time being.
Harlman Services
Slated Tomorrow
In Balboa Temple
who died arly Saturday rnorn-
E? after a long Illness, will be
held at 5 Tuesday afternoon^ in
the Scottish Rite Temple in Bal
boa. The services wilL.be con-
ducted by Darlen Lodge. A.r.
2ndam! of which he was a
member.
Friends have been asked to
contribute to the Canal Zone
Cancer Fund instead of sending
"Mr"Hartman had lived most
of his life in the Canal Zone
having come here as a young boy
with his family in 1909 from
WllHamsport, Pa., where he was
tance of the southern U.S. main-
land today packing winds as
deadly as the most lethal storn.s
of 1954.
The U.8. Weather Bureau said
the Atlantic hurricane, named
"Connie," was "severe" with
winds up to 135 miles per hour
and gales howling 250 miles
northward from Its center.
This course brushed the Vir-
gins and Puerto Rico with gales.
The British island of Trtola in
the northern Virgins repori-cu
winds up to 7 miles per hour as
Connie passed to the north.
Some 3,900 persons were eva-
cuated from a shortside sub-
urb of populous San Juan, P.
Full House
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 8
(UP)-Clerks at the Hermitage
Hotel opened up two big family
rooms and rolled in portable
beds to prove their claim that
there Is no charge for children
under 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mayfleld
born. He was first employed in >of st loul> reKistered wltn thel
June 1914, in the Accounting De- eight childrenall under 12.
partment and later worked in
the District Quartermaster Dlvi-
Most of his service was In the
Dredging Division and he was
employed as captain of a
Thatcher Ferryboat at the time
of his retirement in January
1942.
He was a veteran of World
War I and a member of the
American Legion. He was also a
prominent member of the Ma-
sonic order, being a member of
the Scottish Rite bodies and A-
bou Saad Shrine Temple.
He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. untrvsld, ..
Nita Hartman. who Is employed i ,{"{ '
In the contract and
R., because a possible shift In
course would have brought
high winds and seas, but the
city escaped this punishment.
Connie is the third major iro-
nical whirler of 1955 but the first
to be officially clocked with hur-
ricane winds of 75-miles per
hour. Alice appeared briefly
south of Puerto Rico last Jan-
uary and Brenda arose in thn
Gulf of Mexico and hit shore at
the Louisiana-Mississippi Une
last week.
The Bahama Islands had brac-
ed for the fringe furies the giant
tempest.
Yesterday the hurricane was
centered about 175 miles north-
east of Turks Island in the Brit-
ish West Indies and warnings
were posted through to the Ba-
hamas and and along the entire
South Atlantic Seaboard.
The Miami Weather Burean
Issued a warning- for all small
craft from Cape Hatteras, N.
C, to the Miami area to stay
out of open Atlantic waters
until the rurricane passed.
The weather bureau had ex-
oected the center of the storm
to move along about 150 miles
pff the Bahama Islands, reach-
ing east of Nassau this morning
Residents of the Bahamas were'
warned to expect gale winds and
high late yesterday afternoon
and night.
Lt. (Jg) J. F. Carney of Law-
rence, Mass., aerologlst aboard
the Jacksonville, Fla., Navy plane
which plotting the storm, said
he flew into all of last year's
destructive blows and that Con-
nie was as turbulent and as dan-
gerous as any he's ever seen.
Lt. Comdr. K. J. Mackey of Al-
bany, N.Y.. captain of the Navy
hurricane hunter, said one solid
Bulganin Throws A Party
- 80-1 Bulganin took the Bohlens, IU1-
MOSCOW, Aug. 8
WuSSS fe ^bMaador " di Stef.no
- (UP)
viet Premier Nikolai I_
tbrtw a gaja party at his country
yes-
Inspec-
tion Division at Balboa Heights
and a sister, M-\ Fred Hall, of
St. Petersburg, Fla.
home for foreign diplomats
terday.
In a convivial mood, he said he
"hoped that sometime" he would
visit the United States.
Top Soviet leaders folk-danced,' Former Premier Georgi Malen-
boat-raced and gamboled In the,*0/ acted as onshore director as
ulganin played' Ad.m- Sergei Gorskov, deputy
foreign d i p 1 o-1 Fhief of the Soviet w,
French charge d-'affaires Jean
LeRoy and other diplomats and
their wives in a fleet of Zis li-
mousines on a visit to his dear
about 250 foreign diplo-
war fleet,
Convict Befriends
P'oodhcMPch Bui Is
Captured Anyway
mats, their wives and children. IJoted British charge d'aafaire's C
Top party and government C. Parrott and his wife and three'
chiefs were there. Foreign news- children around the lake in
paper correspondent, also were in- motor boat,
vited. | Mikoyan danced an American
During a conversation about his/01 dance in the center of a
visit to Britain next spring the So- group of singing diplomats and
v:- any plans for a visit to the Unit- stars.
cd States or had received any in-1 Top Soviets including Molotov,
vitations to go to America. Khrushchev, Deputy Premier La-
"I have no plans or invitations." ,Mr Naganovich and Deputy Pre-
he replied "but I hope that some- rnie; M. G. Pervukhin sing old
time it will be brought about." Russian folk songs.
The party was held on Bulga- The frolicking preceded and fol-
once lowed a sumptuous eight course,
New Hearings Set
By Sen. Kefauver
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP)
Sen. Estes Kef au ver (D-Tenn.)
said today ne will hold hearings
In Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday
on the role of the school In com-
batting Juvenile delinquency.
Kefauver, chairman of a Sen-
ate subcommittee investigating
juvenile delinquency, said the
session will hear from municipal,
civic and religious leaders from
the area. They will testify on
programs used In Tennessee to
cope with youthful misbehavior.
The Tennessee Democrat said
he picked Nashville for the hear-
ings because the city has "an
excellent record" in curtailing
youth crime.
storm sheet extended all the way
from the eye of the storm to Its
perimeter. Mackley's plane spent
more than 24 hours in the storm
In two days. I
PREPARE CARRIER FOR TE8TSThis is an aerial view of the four-acre flight deck of tha
new aircraft carrier USS Forrestal, as the August 16 date for her sea trials nears. The l 058-
foot-long vessel is shown at the Newport News, Va ShipbuMing Co. As this ohoto was taken,
cranes on her flight deck, her giant elevators, and othei pieces of equioment were being tested
Army Pilots Wife In Weeping Reunion With Kids
As Court-martial Acquits Her Of Murdering Him
SENDAI, Japan, Aug. 8 (UP) face set in an impassive mask,
' as the verdict was pronounced.
Brig. Gen. Herbert J. Vandor
Heids, Zeeland, Mich., somberly
faced the defendant.
"It is my duty," he said in a
strong, firm voice, "to advise you
the court found you not guilty."
Mrs. Abldin turned quickly and
run into the arms of her New
York lawyersJames Flynn and
Francis C. Hardiman.
Then she collapsed in a chair.
Tears streamed down her cheeks.
"Daddy, dady, oh, daddy," she
cried out.
A 26-year-old mother who shot
her helicopter pilot husband to
death after he treated her like
a "monster," beat her and
threatened to kill their three
children was acquitted of mur-
der yesterday and rushed to a
tearful reunion with the young-
sters.
"I knew God was with me,"
sobbed Mrs. Pomala Vivian Abi-
dln of Bayside, NY.
"It was really up to God, not
the Jury. When they went out,
I said it was up to God."
The willowy brunette, who had
fingered her rosary and prayed
while the six colonels and a
brigadier general dellberatid
her fate, stood motionless, nor
CALVIN, Okla., Aug. 8 (UP) -
A convict who had been kteper of nui's 280-acre estate which
the prison bloodhounds before he belonged to Count Orlov, a favor- r two-hour open air lunch served in
escaped and led a pack of his ile 0I Catherine the Great. medieval splendor under a canvas
dogs astray has been captured a Located about 60 miles south of canopy by more than 100 waiters
long with his canine friends. I Moscow, it was used frequently' and serving girls.
Louis Jones, 34, serving life for, after the revolution by the late The girls came in long lines
rape, was arrested at the railroad I Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin. through a grove of pines, fir and
action here, 30 miles west of Mc- Veteran diplomats said it was birch trees bearing heaping trays
Alester State Penitentiary. The the gayest, most Informal party,from the handsome red stone villa
missing bloodhounds were found a given by a Soviet leader for for-, which stands on a slight bill.
short time e:.rlier a few miles a-
way. They were tracked down by
a second pack of dogs selected be
c use they were strangers to the
fugitive.
Sheriff T. J. Sanders of Hughes
County said the six dogs first sent
in pursuit of the husky Negro felon
turned out to be their keeper's
fri-nd
eigners in the 37-year history
Communist Russia
ofj Although vodka and champagne
. and Soviet wine were provided in
Foreign Miniater V. W. Molotov countless bottles it was not a
rowed a race against Argentine drinking party.
Ambassador Leopoldo Bravo and' There were only two major
the wife of the Indonesian ambas- toasts: One by Bulganin and one
sador in one of the many lakes \ in reply by acting dean of the for-
on the estate. eign diplomatic corps Burmese
Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoy- Ambassador Maung Ohn.
an rowed Mrs. Charles E. Bohlen, However there was such friend-
"They Joined up with r*m and wife of the American ambassador ly and polite clinking of glasses
Went on across country liv .ig us and her 15-year-old daughter Avis between neighbors.
far thind," the sheriff said. around the lake. He also rowed aj
A farmer told officers of seeing race against Bohlen and lost.
the Negro and the hounds running: Soviet Communist party Secre-
toether through his fields. San-jtary Nikita S. Khrushchev and
Jers then called for the blood- Marshal Georgi Zhukov, defense
hound reinforcements, specifying minister, and Ivan Konev picked
he wanted dogs not ..cquainted strawberries and raspberries with
wi'h the convici. I some of the ladies.
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 New York,
came here a month ago to take
care of the children and give his
daughter moral support.
Services For Godby
Planned Wednesday
He held his daughter's head
against his chest, stroking her
chin and her brunette swept-
back hair.
"We'll go home now," he said
as she sobbed.
A few minutes later, Mrs. Abi-
dln and her father walked to the
high bench and shook hands
with the members of the court-
martial board, who exonerated
her of blame in the killing of
Warrant Officer Robert Abidln
on June 17.
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 have
brought a death sentence. But
when it was all over, Viviano
said, Lorenzo came to him and
shook his hand.
"I hope you don't have any ill
feelings toward meI bad a job
to do," Viviano quoted Lorenzo.
Friends took Mrs. Abidln and
her father to the home five
blocks away where her children
| waited for her. They ran bare-
Memorial services for Lysle A. foot to the car to greet her.
Godby, Canal Zone resident for
the past 15 years who died Sun-
day morning, will be held Wednes-
day afternoon at 5 in the Ancon
Masonic Temple. The family has'
requested that no flowers be sent.
"We prayed all the time Mum-
my was gone," said the eldest.
Mr. Godby, who. was 55 years
old, was a native of Fayette Coun-
ty, W. Va. He came to the Canal
Zone in May, 1940, when he was
employed as a foreman in the
Municipal Engineering Division.
He transferred to the Mechanical
C. ision as rigger in June, 1944,
and six years later was assigned
temporarily in the Locks Division.
Truman Book To Go
On Sale In November
REFUSED RESEKVE COMMISSION Eugene William Landy
hugs his mother. Mrs Deborah Landy at Kings Point, N.Y.,
following graduation ceremonies of the U.S. Merchant Marine
Academy. Landy, who was notified tnat he had been refused
a commission in the U.S. Naval Reserve, said he had signed a
sworn statement that he had never been associated with any
subversive organization. He said his mother had carried a
Communist. Party card in 1945 but he thought she had ended
her association with the Commonlst by 1947.
He left the service in 1950 but
was employed 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
tractor.
He had been ill for several
weeks.
Mr. Godby is survived by his
I wife. Mrs. Clara Godby, who is
employed in the Canal Zone 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. Colo, and
one grandchild. His son and
daughter recently returned to the
Isthmus because of his serious ill-
ness.
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 is "Year
of Decisions."
Timothy Seldes, a senior edi-
tor of Doubleday at Co., of New
York, said the two volumes
would sell at $5 each, or at $3.50
for both If ordered as'a set. The
private con-jSecond volume. Seldes 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 publishing contract calls
for serial publication in Life
Magazine, the St. Louis Post-
Dispatch and the New York
Times, as well as in volume form.
For the entire publication Mr.
Truman receives a total of $600,-
000.
"I'm glad that my mother
came back home today," said
Ronald.
The youngest Just smiled and
said 'konnichlwas," which la
Japanese for "good afternoon."
Mrs. Abldin admitted she kill-
ed Abldin, a husky Army hell-
copter pilot.
She based her plea of inno-
cence in the five-day trial on a
claim she shot him to defend
their children. Robert Jr., 7,
Ronald, 6. and Randolph, 4.
In her dramatic testimony,
she told the court she grabbed a
gun the morning of the slaying
"something, happened."
and
She was driven to shoot Abidln,
who was a "monster" during
their eight-year marriage, be-
cause he beat her with his boot
and fists, stabbed her with al
fork and screamed, "I'm going
to kill your...children now."
The 6-foot, 180-pound AbidinJ
was dead a few minutes laterj
with one bullet wound in
abdomen.
During his last night alivi.
she said her husband forced her
Into a vile sexual act as he
done before during their- mar-1
ried life.
Then he boasted to her, his j
face "like a monster," of scores
of seductions in Cuba, the Unit-1
ed States and Japan, she said.
He named an Army colonel's I
wife, a Wac. a New York "tele-
vision" girl and a Japanese air-1
Une hostess, she said.
Report Mmdszenty
Living In Hungary
VIENNA, Aug. 8 (UP) Aus-
trian newspapers today carried I
unconfirmed reports that Josef I
Cardinal Mindszenty, Roman
Catholic primate of Hungary, la
staying at a castle near the city
of Pecs, southern Hungary.
The reports said that the Car-
dinal was recently visited by his
aged mother who told Hunga-
rian church officials that she
found her son "comparatively
well."
A church official at Estergom,
the cardinal's former residence,
told United Press by telephone
that they do not know where the
cardinal is staying.
BALBOA TIDES
TUISDAY, AUGUST 9
HIGH LOW
7:09 m. 1:05
7:29 p.m.
1tI4 p .
Hawaiian Girl Stows Away On Destroyer;
Writes Poetry To Captain, Chief Cook
r ' HOMAGE TO QcEEN MOTHERQueen Mother Eliza-
C'tt., P r I n<- e ss A ,ie ano Piin-e
' f?i- j at a flndo.v of Clarence House In London to
greet the crowd which assembled in honor of her 55th birthday.
LONG BEACH, Calif., Aug. 9
(UP)A pretty 16-year-old Ha-
waiian girl who stowed away on
a Canadian destroyer for a
] seven-day voyage here explained
', matter-of-factly today that she
thought the trip would be "fun."
Tbe ship's captain, though,
said the girl was a "bloody
nuisance'' to his seafaring
mea.
When the destroyer Athabas-
kan arrived here yesterday, FBI
agents intercepted it at the har-
bor's breakwater aboard a Coa-ct
Guard cutter and whisked off
Joycelen Pilapil of Hilo, Hawaii.
Fust word about the girls
week on ship with 150 sailors
came from Cmdr. O. H. David-
son, commander of the destroyer
and her sister ship, the Cayuga.
"We all thought she was a
bloody nuisance," said Davidson.
"But one female stowaway does
not disturb the Canadian navy."
When FBI agents brought the
black-haired Joycelen to Juve-
nile Hall here, she bad kinder
words for the navy.
To pass the time of day I
rote poetry to the captain
and the chief cook," Joycelen
said. "The captain was ex-
tremely nice to me."
Joycelen, who had her hair cut
extremely shortboyish In fact
by sailors on ship after she
was discovered, said she volun-
teered for work In the ship's gal-
ley.
"I washed dishes and served
coffee and tea to the officers
from the pantry," she said. "I
also scrubbed the deck."
Sailors dubbed her "Butchl?."
"They treated me like a boy,"
she said. "I left home because of
family trouble but I don't want
to say anything that will hurt
my parents."
Asked about a lipstick-scrawl-
ed note she left her mother
which referred to "Bill" a "ba-
by," the. girl at first denied leav-
ing the note.
Then she said she did know
"Bill" but I won't talk about
him. I wrote the note because I
felt that my parents would let
me go if they thought I was go-
ing to have a child. But I am
not going to have a child.
"I stowed away for the ex-
citement," she aaid. "I thought
it would be fun.
"I also wanted to see my aunt I
and uncle in San Francisco and!
to see Bill."
She will be arraigned later to-
day in Los Angeles before a U.S. |
commissioner on federal stowa-
way charges.
She said she wasn't worried
about what might "happen to
me" because "I am in good
hands and lt doesn't make any'
difference what they decide "
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Rich-
ardson of the Athabaskan said
Joycelen was "rather a nice
little girl. But I told her I was
glad to see her go. it was a
pretty bad show." (
The pretty high school junior,
a beauty queen candidate at Hi-
lo, left a lipstick-scrawled note
to her mother which read:
"I am going to be with Bill__'
Bill wants to take care of me
and the baby so let us be togeth-
er. I am very sorry about every- '
thing. I have tried to tell you'
but you ran me down.
"Try to forgive me please. I
will change my name so no harm I
will come to the Pilapils. Don't!
stop us "
Davidson said the girl "crept
aboard the Athabaskan July 31
(
Canadian ship had been holding
Canadian ship had ben holding
open house at Pearl Harbor.
The girl was not discovered (
until the destroyer was 24 hours'
at sea. Davidson said. She hid In
a spare parts bin and ate emer-
gency rations she found there.
"She never wept nor was de-
fiant," said Richardson. "She
was employed in the pantry
washing dishes during the day.
She took a little exercise about
the decks and west to bed at
7:30 every night."
The girl was placed In the care
of a Catholic chaplain.
Richardson said Joycelen ad-
mitted talking to some of the
Canadian crewmen in Hawaii a-
bout stowing away "but they Just
kidded her about it"
"There was no collusion with
crewmen" in the stowaway inci-
dent, Richardson said.
In Hilo, the girl's mother,
Mrs. Gloria Pilapil, attributed
the incident to "this fast a-
tomic age."
"Everything happens so quick-
ly," said Mrs. Pilapil. "joycelen
is a spirited girl. I'm standing by
her when she returns."
ESCAPE INJURY HOLDUP TRY At Buffalo, NY, talk-
ing over a holdup attempt or the Brinks, Inc., armored truck
in which hey were riding are (left to right): guards BO
Thompson Stan Klodzlnski and Ken Kemp. A fourth guard,
Eugene Coihessy, was wounded. Two of the three bandits were
captured. Police aaid the $498,500 in tha truck was recovered
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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-]
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omandr "of h, hr, bher ut h dred ht 5ha button en triao has not yet been 'It was a pretty. rough e tetifed toy that ral of USARCAR, wHImove a distingushld atom expert. He striilrg ,ItIii3.3
ml.e tie a ard toprove t. pwerw es oe arzon, a -year-old defend- control forces.is toedmitt






u nriVs,. cof "'-ire. eGula ido, ew atheso nl.p, roe mo v h s rcotrDatomp-for-pace co i m powerebeiln sher
Ifet o Cr -nln" i Ein to h tld ee sm the U uaadot* as forma l ynbusted ant, earw ra e en day that all nations learning the icret of a
,;fe .-" .- -.". b the he wiee, fpit olfrthr inee ese from the Presidency by the As- two-year sentence on the same Tomorrow's exercise will see oqi oI
thekisti of -Osfl~l U, t!'e bulltin. ,. -is ifGa o father, Is sembly wheri he was convicted, charge, but It wE sus nded for te simulated surface burst of a would soon know how to mike Ol oak:wc
re aa along -t"a sal(son- Originally, he was sentenced a period of five years, endition- 2X atomic bomb over the Pan- But everybody is so determpipd te r
ats err swet 'I n a w..- ..1. .lan to de t ri v himi of ro10ye was n sn whicdt ed on his Rood behavior. ama Air Depot. MaJ. Gen. Rue-. or at o wns t a t l
ovatheny," reduced by oue-third for "ex- This morning, go-defendnt ben C. Hood. commander of the once work tht noa woneA to -a
Sir butGraanpe ric ,t O d, whomoved up to tenuating circumstances" which Grantrceived a simlaran- Caribbean Air Command, hasasubject the world may have to-faceo
p le IiiJ president when Rem6n was were not further explained. mtence after the government 0pro-the responsibility for planning
lpl S t 0malilte-gunned to deatha st During his vis here ,yiduced four wit nesses The and conducting this part of the every nation armtep.d ith A-bombs.
new radar S Jathe Guado consulted seven resting officer found Grantwalk exercise, to include preparation The subject clashes with w gh ulsj
io rad eard&sp r Pmn%*1 na",iatlOnal Assembly yore on some of the steps he lIg alonga street near Balboa of the disaster scene.
.....graveyardofof' toe n.. He was is planning. in the fight for his ad a q ntity of coppe' screen Forts Clayton and Amador; Nat- atomic scientists from both-sides bf the'Iron
rocky eastern tip ,..deI& tob ye a eight father's freedom. h wire.aon wa hikcoipanion val Station Rodman, 15th Naval
h nU aircraft rrLL Omwda rqu t hsinpriso .- u- i h l when tie men were Iaheend- District and Quarry Heights,p- It was raised by the president United Nations -''
t.the Atot, Aty.r0,. is, 1renforethreemonths for qutlonIng ed(n Jly 1S. der the command of Maj.Gn. of the conference himself, Hom nfeAence..
movs. Reta op oh for m U. tofmRomeapstein, w itt,.,theagctua killing after the Rem6n shooting-.L.CMc~arr, commanding gm- J. Shabba of India who is also VeSt s
inee. lReir Adm. John rnuU.---;L-Embassy employee, .t-tria ,has,,,teatbeen "It was Ipretty rough c- Ga- testified toay that cral of USAARCARI., will move distinguished atom expert. He frprlsa
'commander, f eteu ers.'dtnt.ordered nthat shecha dule perlence," he saild He added he hsimt Gnrat tlnou gh a into the "bombed" area and take told the 2500 delegates: .t6-4fe
it, R.I., Air Sue, or- tried in absent-a on a charge that questioning by police some- mat fnfutdIwo c4as before over the disaster control opera- "The rise of in atomic power Su ie thitu.at
vyy suadron command- of -swndlin& flum (libdo'sid new times went on all night and the blW 7. Roth were unem- tion. Industry in miny parts of the intosamo
Msepste-tisbewytied Itorwlappealeversince, abanad buildings in Ancon It Is expected that official b- of many nations quantities of d trW
g kitordap swept;- a- swindle on several .Panamanian, Hecharg fli.dThat thesembly's by---- w iSinghcompeany, md Government and a theRepublic of the making ofriom wll trst.teid bm ra hsi.c eoewrso l nltsa aelm i-c iht
puuok'tj neoattmerOhalting to about dGvrmunh pbA of atomic bombs will ta


There ar gesations at this
conference ed all of them can
acquire thf ljlowhow for power
stations meely by reading pa-
pers and i. Wulng Intenicy.
Until the conference convened
yesterday only a handful of na-
tions had 'enough radioactive
material for the operation of a-
tomic piles.
Yesterday the American Atom-
ic Energy Commission dramati-
cally offered to sell up to six kil-
ograms (13.2 pounds) of enrich-
ed uranium to all "friendly na-
tions."
Twentv-sevenm entries had
proviously anfefed they
would like to borrow uranium
from the Uitied state. Tbhe
countries t Ieat a-d possibly
"me meiha g uekted to


.. > an 34were I th ro w p r' . "a
w hurti'HaI el.ast iaOn- LU. Et ew-olm f. y. who yes
Se as precaution agaist terday wap notifjtd o hbis pir .
svire eros ..-Hazul swept mOst tito the rank of Captain and
oflthebbea. c away. to the position f police district
fwei s mofte h 10 iaaUlgh. ecommsander in Cristobal will sue
W4e reep ae .n 4b ocean- eeed Capt. John M. Fahnestoek
fret st s I a e .o retired from Canal service at
*ta-do7 tea" resort ga the end of June.
UMI north ef.Wimingaton. Shipley's promotion becomes ef-
: 1 -' .fective Aug. 14.
Margai Fi A native of Kingston, Te n n.,
MIflr ift FIS'h t Shipley has been with the Canal
-,miu ilq mI I I! **b Zone PoUce Force since 1mo. He
W, A., was promoted to the rank of Ser-
AiM t in Win gea tlIn 1945 and has held the-
, -- rank- of Lieutenant since 1951.
S. Shipley has served with the Ca-
n On. Monday nal Ze police on both sides of
r-the Istlmu s. Since his appoint-
' first aid tatIon will be meant to the rank of Lieutenant.
pened WMarl ta nextM n- he has been Assistant District'
a c former Mar'garita Commander in Cristobal and for
.pome strt n M. the past several months,, be has
The SoW"f s t aid station wi ,been Acting District Commander
be- under the sjaperviplon of a i n "tob.
nurne from Coco Solo Hospital
*Sd wil be qWn week days, ex- I
edpt ThO.nrdtysi from 8 am. to 1 F L ie ,d I
noon a4 atrmo to 5 p.m. i I
ai stti be oen from Freed
Sa.m. imt no an T"urdys.
During, hursday afternoon '
frtom to ,.the urse In charge ,.J -| -
old a wel.-baby clinic at
W OW City In quarters 'Lt '.
*BrO .- .I . .
W I-bia clinic hours in the -
M am ~__tao will be from j .-


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OuForlal I N

It District Court
Three cases heard in the Cris-
tobal Magistrate% Court yester-
day afternoon were bound over
for trial ia the U. S. District
Court.
Ram6n 9atista, 25 year-old
Panamanians was charged with
statutory rage on a 13-year-Dld
Panamanlan irl.
17-year-old Panamanlan Louis
A. Ward, face a charge of petit
larceny after i prior conviction
of a similar offense, and Este-
ban Ledezma, 34, Panamanian.
was charged with returning to
the Canal Zone after deporta-
tion.
All three defendants are in
Jail awaiting trial.


a i hte rt s hot so, where t0 ll the wire twy w re
u11a4',pt he warned that plaig steal.


offensive they will xet every- Garzon and Grant spent the
thl they want, Wu said In night In one abandoned house
a eowrihted interview with and cut the wire from a near-
U. 4-, News & World Report. by house.
Wu, who broke with Chiang
Kal-shek over administration of i l Du
Formosa, said the Communist C ll 10 UUty
Chinese also expect to get the
United States to agree to the ANGOLA, La., Aug. 9 (UP)-
abandonment of the off-shore Convict Bob Johnson took a can
Islape of Quemoy and MatU of white paint, brush and a sten-
before the year is over. He said cl reading "General hospital"
there ti a -good chance this and dutifully set about to follow
might happen. out the order of painting "every-
Then he said the Reds plan thing in the hospital."
to have the U. S. seventh Fleet State prison officials said
withdraw and embark on a cam- Johnson entered walls, doord,
palgn to in by subversion flr desks, bells an4 tables. He also
Formosa an ast Asia as wel thoughtfully labeled $wo sleep-
as the Philippines and Japan. I'R patients.


i"GRADN, Aug. O (UP) -
CeImrship of outgoing news has
beenIpractlally abolished for
all foreign correspondents In
the Soviet Union 'since the
Geneval conference, a recent
visitor reported today.
He said the Soviet law requir-
ing news censorship was still
technically in effect, but that
reports were current in Moscow
that it would soon bq. formally
cancelled by parliamqitary ac-
tion.
Meanwhile, he reported, cor-
respondents are no no longer re-
quired to submit dispatches be-
fore transmitting them, but are
asked to give copies to the cen-
sors after transmittug in
what is generally regarded as
a mere formality to conform
with the still-existing. law.
The big relaxation came after
the Geneva conference, the
source said, and has affected all
correspondents equally, no mat-
ter what their.natmfality.


Fliers Enjoy Day Of Complete Freedom


TOKYO, Aug. 9 (UP)- Eleven
Amerian airmen, releaed by
Red China last week ore
than ttwo ypars In _-1got
a real taste p free ay.
After undergoing a final phy-
sical checkup, they waoe free
to spead their last afternoon
In the Far Fast Just as they
wished.
The 11, who told of tortures,
beating and solitary confine-
ment during their 2- ; years
in Red prison, are scheduled
to leave pr home tomorrow.
Fly of the spent the
al f s oieeln, and
ag f WWs p urchases
for Iouedaonei a r s Juat
re aed a t guArtera
The 11 men are scheduled to
leave Ta'oIMawa air base to-
morrow- for Travis Air Force
base, ahiLt
T4ey 'ill Make the flight in
two P-14 transports via Midway
lad i nd Hi-ackam Air Force
base at H-qnohlu.
Thyp are expected to arrive
itr Tvit s Air Force base near
-Sa Frac-hio Priday.
74_ a spokesman said planes
ie .l tof at Travis to fly
t Mrmen to the Air
Base, apan,-0l E f I or commercial air-
Amerla WOO their homes. At
* himselff th ere wp .-beL
er. s' m ~ R o :-lms d+., at Travi.
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sEAKS WITH l f- kwa Air Base. Japan. Air-
man Daniel 0. ; oW t Aht 11 filers released by the
Chinese Reds, s peos on tI e with his mother, Mrs.
MelM. Peters, of Prtisr, IiIId, whose wife remarried
after his taptue, retset Bs tangled marital af-
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steam' was iunsit -_ I
a critical tp te
active steam would
the generator It drive,
Zinn preped for reEM k.i
the United Stted after thl
sian spealkers today b
inspecting -p moda .A
Soviet plant.

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Ono scientist agreed partly on asrd w A"la.
Bhabh'ls statement. He cneed- M 'to in
'ed tht 'know-bpw Jo no longer sS
a problem as a Ilt f the m s, long th -t
b,"'t of mutv'l. confidence and l the Vi-
said mnanv n5ti ns 0o0ld scran- way.,
together the P O4MOO it would Another A ilq. o
cost to bill a ,wpanon olant, long the
Meanwhle Pen sia bnded wogh
over the blasprints for itsh Was a Wloeane
tomniCe power ulint today with toretristevm i il
s blvd hint tOpt A.bomb vro- falorie stot O
d'etlot niy end In the's way So"
of nBertfrs ft. gain, a l^ asked a
Use of the late-.t h'qh-powered ofa the b sl -h
atom-fuels. two Sovi t i St nifst e, ie l
aid. Is "restricted...by tJ'aet fWe *1 0 e
thS, these materials can I" used away Ifnto0* bUsdh.
aljp for mit.ry purposes." return e ucar h4.
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milde- to RPmSa' report. on urban
first atomle elh.-trieftv ulent in T s uite
M1 nrtes bf tedlsca'l ist% 'in- It,"un
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infiltrated the U.S. Army here
MAIL BO e Ete w*r-aMn-k
Their aanese comrades launch
; T -a powerful pro-Soviet laboA mqye.
"__ meant which is our worst and most
powerful enemy In the free Eat-
COCO SOLITO today.
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1 ment is in direct al d .l touch
In- the past few weeks I've become quite Interested in this with the Peiping Commin g
litle ailubble over the having conditions in CoCo Solto. Not In ermTent. It is now s efetivel
the Ae ma as in the, motives and payioalogy of the indoctrnatine' Japanese youth
hau nrso i ftinuendos and character attacks. through the Communist led Teich-
',ir sd .mtany taItain wvauals nave their irons nl the ersUnon, that we may. mf. day
Sfre .f ght -too might join this party of pompous proleta- e to use arms to keuea Japa
.j! r5J1 d"poke around in tme coais" so LO speak. from turning against us and
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graee., 6b t even o -dlust say i' would be a credit to qCE against iree Asia. T1 oI
Slaerl l ovlig o to print anese gems t local wisdom n The Amer 'n tCommua sts who
r comiin ,atk r than where tney are. beewne as anl, advisers. to our -Wa .-...
S a tuit ra ti l and t'm ao rather satist. Army beeI hi the Occupation are ,
S9iaSu t re l q.ite aevote to one anomaer sna known to some officials here, who MOMSin
i ul t iven*w our neignDors Waiat can e more Youch for the story. The U.S. Corn.l







mf fBFt: Wo ourp^ neagtmor W at can De m .
g4tU& that? m a unids somehow infiltrated tlt ..s W o
: it "a & ocal obligation for all involved to get alone U.S. 'Army. after they .Wele or 1utste .acu tWee e. y
a1o0i.or fm a narmunioub iSlatoi ana wtieu roat sa o, from West Coast sections of the \1 A h : e r eily
oven ia i a Lent mig- non -oe to- bad. I Unite- Auto Worker, back in 1946 a a!s .i to b ,i
sor-wblanat Mr. tastoI e er he ILea in.a caller campp lnd 1947. They left us a grim her!-me laughter. A P reem i
,tlnemean on a congested avenue. eursy thee aoreun stage here. plied: vstr tw it w-id ert IV
poaras oft A.r.can ling, out many people prefer One of their neatest tricks was Well e d kow hw it wastdo l
X-poac g lty n Jo a, -cre tary IM c 0 M
way because tney aref among irlenas ana it 1i tn bei placing Kyuichi Tokuda, Secretary del e. asio t oapl .
y iitcome altow s. General of the Comr.unist Party, deal of a-w al ti de ogts. a e wh ic am
ieve sonacoooy is trppbled.with a little psychosomatic on the Japanese Central L a r table. Somea m the ltdelegatesnons wh li d m to
oL ant egarvousnems i u noL pretend to oe a psyco- Relations Committee. This would k o me t e otln'to do oirm tet "
t "t .1043. t omeg o a civiLehion Oni r e Doo be the eq uivalent of President Es.- at s wg t f .ft- UAjdos t stled : fs- r no
t, re uf i u p & omeeineese in "oeautrment tanama ano enhower's apointig American That's what im I just s n i. ed To this. enat ers"o-b mb
ind ostie local iossurbance set iorh by his pseuao- Commit W i am Z. Fos- bE r lyi
uatmi riva er nt ter to the National Labor R ela.Look atatiet or B ganit at
sure na someday Coco Solito will eventually rot away tions Beard to replace Guy F L ab r tSwiement n t~ ut
nwil. oaulla a better one witnaminoor-zareplaceS and mer this summer. o t yetS havs~a e -n
mof eui acs.'ee mitnt even ue aoJli Lor Dad lt- osr.de Totkda was ousted a- Lake L n 6r to 1 9 M
iIe at t cn us p e r a while. He fled to Peiping NFA l, S i ai, ens de sie o e he. r om P gtw ed b- I -* t y? "
r d.&ld, a nouns ior-bnoopy P"py Cogs. when thd Army finally purged top fo G1 at s eleetivee bthn -
vie rent we ay Mr. Itatimwal. Lruna we ought to be Communist leaders in 1950. But ospinGn adt atis tie product
it pleased, an even though you mean well by hat you Tokuda had done the damage. He which is mot der-to Swerlact Ader ts
be a tar et or mud-sM ers wnu are s moing the prnvi- had helped the Communists take .. thch c t-- ate at t i Ade n qunod thed- '.
tnteu to &em nD a Iree presa. control of the key unions of gov.... .weeppa.....-:21,fired._toh.ea.i.EnergyActwhhsats at
--R. U. I. e e w ero' were prepared to. give oAdl c l ergy Ait wht
S ernment workers railway workers, welcome to the President who had "The ceTist _i shall ..ks p tlie.
INTERESTING AND eDUCATIONAL teachers and ven those Japane se k kete their national eq 4-
who work for our army today. .I i[Ie YL .0 pro4tcth pO1n., lyint andIst ton- tn .
Agentsof the Japnese secret ; r w te con w
SAIe.nicalled the Public Security not P Apalt wicz co ld ary-ut011t ies0111"
ve found the text of the hearings before Bthe Senate b lie okuda has sneaked ba the t u ot u t o. a tth .E llfrt l .. t
ee on the new Panama- united ,aates reaEy, known into Japan. to support rr Wamin. of othe rwse g t
m the Remon-i1senhower 'Treanty', both interesng and As result of Tokuda's work me to w be ab to he thin thart os.nh ar doi A the oat h i Phe
nal. For your intormationtth e nave seen publised n the Copmunist labor leadership e etb al oatheoung, rt a dvt.
ieAmed orpeutit orm '. duri g the days when OUR Army the yog friend dff of the things his old hah wa! wdl* b rghts wee eat i n k highest in the world watches I seems a dv.asable .. .'
I toniperiator erfrommNaytrh cly' two days he e speai prte'stereti 4 that Arospority.
tough I nave lived here forty years more" or less, and ruled apan was to sigh certain id i N c tS In two days he is speaking a Ii oier ws wI s th e Ber iAnderson. BisT who 'd t
time have been interested in l overtunent, pohtltcs an i ag1 emeats with the Ja anepea Yorklo, d StB Wish I wae r se u y house ler, things prett good kitchen w Uods, so exy en w the senti r wheo
ere were lot of things I never anew before. goe. These pacts otrcd This young Tiiothy Ms on, all sor ts .of things that t an eleant Cas acn rts ll -out of everyleight bs ed Ika is.thI it
mstance' did not now that te propoeu aurandonment the athoritq to supply the Com, aed of whom .an he man is not apt to kno about flm He.has college ed an a ir making tyed poat national product X to hdraw.d, dontn
Anama Ure acl and the consatrucuoh of a trans-th- aM e uplna with free adquarters as ed'the r on just -living around a pa ray of young Spanis' ftnds but a relerat deral otf ota us, detrw h adredtal
Away to replace it deppnda on the completion ol the all over the nation, stationery, op. his like th fave nan he Is. The4 r will be some including a very pretty young lad which acquires little raw materal, ominous letter o to Admai
erican' Hlhway that as to colmect us up with the great rating equipment and the salary Mast R o s coe drifting through, d when last s n was ula but a great deal of ski, t ra Andern e d
Texas. for one union official for everytheo r po il -be hearing all of S panish checkers o n Athe e That was why the Swiss at tirst "At no time dri ae .discus
UstenC -asookud Assistanto 5 asytol Sta withate t he swdle for one4 union otegoia fr ed rL %
listen to tt. n Aslstant S00ecretary of State for workers employed by the heav- sib cause ate are o mad aton gags-such as, op porch. Thatwas after the.hld~ amt es ine ded with the e5th dn. cm4 did you r anyo n oern alt
lerian Aftitrs, selling Sehato Smith. Mr. hloltand spea- oly oized Japa t he a government oU n atsons elvlning around ever s attend a and-sk with- the senormotth
ever o/ws.n to ene .n ce f te, c ors a
Leats. The.e union o cials did G o 0 that his papa e just sends his eye course. niversaryofSwiss independence co 1
lueve thatthe construction ot atra shwa 11 but spread Commle propa won tmi e until do you August au d the first anner manner to,the pro
e zone tanal zone, i3 under 1.7 al ae gada. ha tie. dves in Se- n His appeti %r fo infr. ary of his increase li the tariff la en
of ts Rovengiee ) tion In other words, the Japanese ten .s tfiell of school s and all t1the otr ation are sIut equal H e has on watche e. Ju- 2?...aL. Io h Aon Irg[ct o
I government under our occupation, orne raingleaves as arisen pra b is act by ke ut the normalleay tter. PdeUtf
a .we are g e the wasfored y a tn Bonoicnalo-h o I nowem a aw acid Swiss abnost on thee nrtgec o
t 0a11a4 t9 e l .ainancesm Communist Y. of some 'bull-ffor a bo than to k on the country from at- of storming the U. L, embassy bethe entire
fIth there. Isld and prob- Euro fbr the first grals to for a Ad wh. It "hapM' onq year 5.. brAn,1 e the|A ee---
In Tryl foe A uls completely S .. I. I- ,
l y.Mes lreab 'bttis -i wt showed upuWis. complex elfn. usaystC e y Mf w hatan e ci de I aW -W 3
dalad i" sel-,sod, end testwa s ter: It rate was the an
*OW eliementsa Thus the dom. Ions,,sf d a li he ran TheA il very
,~ al e you a t Led until two week se a Ml- the ge coure but and tear thai tneraverage iiiicai
.4ti9ontw; ani noru Takano, former Communist It o I a1 him miWdly traveler, ., ed eep 1 horse In a ,recision wo time w' r. t
I a rd & the Istlus I outhl organizer and one of the becde .y age Jk strange house. n, after thi Assuse wa v any Aad i
re so%- T Orient's meat brilliant Leninist the. basn lb-mne, ad illbuight, whi This is just a note ito. Ma and Pa en, a secret lettAr vas6hd might to me p our
a w t i ghway going i pwil f ro ; _Norti oreticlans.--ie was Sohyo's Direc. onveel', 't .have 0 pe; i in i some adult Matson not to worry about their., ten by Assistant Secretary of comilisaiop a' dou.
ie wiy ghSouth Amerief, whih we hg tor opf the Genial. Office of the TigI fr the next onIr isi blood an chicken a furrin After watch tense C. S. Thomas to Defens ets o r mao.
'a hookup to a tann mIatsounc cembse wqrPerILA" thinosuifl I willthave informed me Ing hinmon thec writer lat Mobiizr Fl einngAp, Ter Ithe Nw bleuc Sn
"a hookul.,. o0a Gee MKesny and a Wal8erisome Uire .0Tel 7 wirt.Inawa ta uglm .bailfgh ts- night, I thinkI can swindle him 1954, stat&l categoricauy: cdedd "This"eommtte.
S atof SmithbecauseheReuther nr of an his oddi* s, whicli'l [m wou) I;i..nto writing the column ii a day 'It was found tha the jewerled has eleved' oight 'to xerelse this
Shive it on very good aiuEAh o Takano spent 'much time in Pel.- think ll 7 ters ou hear -sIt : or so, in addition to the manage, water industry as a whole p wer3 .to 'the full extent penhitted
il r) that th Inte-Amerllio H igh.- ping. He returned to Japan to ex- from an out source. At least sile. W qthe qagery of ment of the house. pate relatively little in is do law, but -i always egerves the
ing to de lVera vtia Tabogh a l t-aerih ert teif political power. He was (ense department -activity (eie- ri -t -Vie."
receivl,.by, the Rxi'me Minister sion Instrument ... on n The next m I
nway" ht i gtlat b "ra e b uilt .r -- Iwhenevt le sought an appoint- persons of the total mablielon Wa ois Pe ue
hway" si bi l..-Credo Calhoun. mept. Ong of his latest movesarequirement planned witthindustry The adiistatlo ll.ae
hon wasi tgi the Prime Minister ure is with the m eweled watch Indus- atone ecrats Wilk stal.
to prevent us from stockpiling A. al le S0 nis o wtte feee watc indus a r. s*4thtw & t
Within five years the Commu- the White House for OK'ing- the already been drawn up ... As
nits will' have a following more per cent increase In the tariff an a step toward brea ig down the
werful than all government watches. No wonder the Swiss Iron Cuitali, r slt b*
'Torugsh thcombined. acernn were doubly sore when this previ- er will ask Cbifls al "the
theshr teom ine mill ionsost' ou-uly secret report was made pub- law requiring Iron Cur visitors
they krw teaching millions of sta.B Join M ke-iT- fl rl 1
dents withl- brutal anti-U.S. props, 011 e- -The fact 4hat the Swiss melted poagOdahas sw to
fnt. This union has produced "their frowns after Ie's arrival is make us look like a ice state
te ,om'- ob as the "Children of n.a.. rC ze a great tribute to the diplomntie . .. tae t il
the So e- Bomb," which woul n turn wpy he handled hilmsel. But still looking or a vorce ween
Soviet peace 'he and would turn they're hoping, now that he has Red China ind Red R a, though
your stmaT .They have a o seen Switzerland, he will change it's "a way of. ThS is was
MRha pictures called "Hiro- Coidearnnthe tariff against the = I- testimaqy
shima," and "For a Lasting Coe Learn How To swisides watches- trclant m
men. See themand you'd think 3 e P .Swiss watches. sista retA a Liin
Peace!. a story of our Bikini expeM ton M before the Houe
riments. See them and you'd thinkMakeAPAtomic Feud Forel A 4alra.Commie .
we fry children in radioactive oil. Theb Navl wiorklf ,-n'a jet
The Communists use eyery It isn't kno vn outside atomic cir. plane 1h1t will ta! e off )rm a
Means they can to drive Japan Pizza Pie, Sizzling les, but some radio cte-charged stn oiton, TheN ol-
into a depression so that the 750,- n C-pi- ready aan i
S ORDERS, FROM THE e UN-lisThe i ecrr is powered by ,000 jobless of ay will multiply .iCInt, Aroatie, letters bave passed ne ry blaanch c
Iattral a lMotherw its YIeTast 'o and le t win C T e Thrill. Commission. These were generat- deck of a suknarle.
photooleottle su its t.. rha model will k nists and left wing Socialists into
stated at eneralMotors' owrama, play of power wer
, to be held Aug. 31 to Sept. 25 in Chkicago. IllU. 'e "un- P 'observed one of Takano's ma- .Also: Ravio Lsa SIDE G ANCES By .-
' 9a no practical application in t&s auto .industry, LrM nepvers: There are some 5,000,oo000 ...." .A-
Sof them, ene out of every 10, are 'Giuxu .-w_,co"lne etc.
-. prostitutes. The other day Takalo 4 -
bill1make this grim business .e0
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jobs at any wage, and decress th
economy of the country.
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weoMaO In frt of the Diet (the
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WAENGT '(t' -tfP)P-- Cdm nual soaring champlonshipri held A large crowd" ed the" Ward
maunder. H.. C. N. Goodhart, a at Elmira, N. Y., July 2-14. He Theater in Kingsn, Jamales, re-
Royal Navy a oftlr with. the Brit. outpointed 28 competitors to. win gently to witness the presentation ,
!1h Joint SernvM s- Mission here; the event but was declared -inel-'of a scroll to former chief minis.
an expert sailpmane pilot. Good- igilble because he is not a U. S. ter, Sir Alexander Bustanata
hart C saiplane flyln,. or citizen. Longest flight. in the con- for the servAex.e, has -renderedi
se "an i ndeseriina ble test was from Elmri to Wilming- his country.
pleu ton Del,, a distance of-al ost 200 hW A oun rky fdr n fr
W r thse ago I1 went .up to miles. Goodhart did it in five hours Hug A.crClar fout er andso for-
,pfeet. ovr the Sitrra Neva- abnd 47minutea. tu-al Aid Club, made the presenta-.
t ..llorTa.'It was absolute- 'exas ogil. ,
yi a ul. Te seenery was Texastpdrft Bigger .- eadin the list of dignitaries,
*upi the, F -ilenece complete," ir-o officer's i...n was W illam (Bill) Gibson., ana-
lie TM :{. .he yeor-o .off dr qmnian Counstl ,General, w-h o
SYingf -alft in soaring is a ambition'is tillunful f ldhow-aa b tl nymma rs
matter -of finding a thermal, r ever. _ge has yet-fo receive a Gold ofgave Ha oubrief talk.:Many metativmbers
updraft of ir* and cireling .up- C with three 'diatondi awarded of werthe present, of Represeddition to the
wrd int until the, current is no to those making a saiplane flihter Deputy M or of Kditionto the
longer Bs g enough- to sustain of 312 miles. No British has ever Slith. Ambassador and ig utsp ,
the traft he. pilot then glides to won tie honor but Goodhart of the CubanAmbassador and guests,
anot i hermal in. order to stay fered an- explmaaion for this- aen others.
un. heWt updrafts are found "You can't go '31 miles in Griat Bustahante as eted the scroll
under wly horned cumulus IBritain without t. going overn the name of t people of Ja-
clouds. Taking of is usually ad- the edge." . ae and thanked the Mutual
coutlished by ge ttg a tow from He hopes to achieve his goal d ba andll Pthanked the Mutanian, and
a conveftionl airplne or a truck. sometime in August in Texas A t Indiab s in Panama. and
where the updrafts, "like everyWst Idiais in Panama.
Going Up Is Bet thing else in that state, are bigger
and better than anywhere else in a1 h l r
"The most exciting part of soar- the world." Goodhart said the
Ing ip circling your way up in a summer heat in Texps provides
th al," .Goddhart said: "Whnd thermals rising to about 1 000
yo enter you feel a slight turbu- feet which would give'excetent
lenm, a bubbling sensation. The iding editions at 12000 feet for h'
thinglis alive. It effersces. i te f .
plans giv,_ an uiard heave and Gooart hais years military De l 'ri y
you bank sharilY. until you find service behind him four of them
S ". as a.pti ts plot. ,"W deuli -work, LOUISVL4 Ky.., Aug (UP)
---' --w., e-t'1~to~t aladdJ" ht li4. "Laziest r-A woa. aCandlhr won the


long wift a oo .f win span. It
i gIeerally, made of woqd or alu-
n inum nd weighs about 350
pouPnd4. Cost is about .
Goohart's most seen triumph
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turned from-Rome n. a visit with
Pope Pius. XII, ptirted tie holy
Fat er today as being a "drymt-
tyr.'
tyrn a story itten for Look ma-
gazing #ma0 Sheen" said. that
"a 'wk iar-tyzi* one who bsheds
his blood.ior, the. faith in times of
persecutiin. A"'dry martyr' is ene
who suffer, for hie faith in times
of pemecution, but. without haed
ding hb lOel." -
.the world it may seem an
honor to be a Pope," he continued,
"but to be a Pope, in.these times,
is to beiar croas."
lhe 'Sheensad the holy fath.
er looked "very much better than
on prjilus vila" anl that even
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9 iscars SJ-which he overthrew a tate i g.
(Bfa t90 W4 nization in power for eight years.
With the tabulation of ballots
S fromp last Saturday% voting about
60 per cent completed, Chandler's
-lead stood at 16,988 votes and his
Compiled by Publishers' Weekly nomination was a certainty.
FIC`lMN The former commissioner of
BONJOUR TRISTESSE Fran baseball drove from his home at
oise Saxan .Versdilles yesterday afternoon to
SOMETHING OF VALUE-Robert his campaign headquarters in a
RSOMET G rk VALUE-Rober Louisville hotel, where he joined
in celebrating with his campaign
AUNTIE MAME-Patrick Dennis leaders and workers, and issued a
THE FLOWER GIRLS-Clemence statement expressing, gratitude
Dane l-and confidence of defeating Athe
O Replblican nominee, E dwi n R.
NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS Denney of Lextifgton, in November.
Mac Hyman With 2,377 of the state's '4,165
NONFICTION precincts couted, the tally show-
ed 1,2NONFICTION votes for Chandler; 158,.
GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne 315 for the administration cendi-
Morrow% Lindbergh' dat, former appellate court
Judge Bert T. Combs.
THE POWER 'OF' POSTIVE As Chander arrived in .the ho-
THINKING Norman Vincent tel where his headquarters are lo-
Pesle coated, he was greeted by a throng
of well-wishers and said. "1 am
A MAN CALLED PETER-Cath- just too f orords. We have
erine Marshall won a significant victory for the
WHY JOHNNY -CAN'T READ people." ,, .
Rudolf Flesch He predicted that "there will be
no division in Demociatic ranks in
HOW TO LIVE 365 DAYS A YEAR the November election. I earnest-
-John A. Schindler ly solicit the support of all Ken-
O aIONS IN THE STEW -Betty tuckians."

THE FAMILY OF MAN-Edward ALUMNI PAPER QUITS
Stelehen
MANHATTAN, Kan. (UP) -
_ _,_' One of Kansas' oldest publications
the Kansis Industrialist, ailunni
REAL MOVIE DELIGHT publication of Kasas State Col-
M R T Sage ended a publishing life begun
Sin 1875 withthe June slue. The
S AII newspaper will be replaced by a
newsletter distributed to K-State
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S nist party has ta omviiho
*--i to subversionl.this yr in an ofof
to win JrpaL "
4 Evidence of the switeben tactic
by Japanese Reds oas c piled i
a,report by tie public safety i
vestigation agency entitled
"Present ContUona of the Japsa
Communist Parly."
Although violet demoqWtratloa
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J aud pn "nSto ty4- away 7 for'^t 0 1 reaak -w 4-0 od-ways dk no-ti
i ..-leo come unt 1 the -first of this year.
6 1 t43 The report pointed out that an
a The FBI warned .that Ray. 9 Jan. 1, Aahata (Red Flag), a
d mond is well-Mrned, Fd "reput- a a Communist newspaper, printed the
edly has q crt Uene..' He may 6Jst following:
;be suffering. from alt le acle- ethddes "We definitely sever relations
be rosin, the FBI X, w lhise his ot h mv- Wed i with all of the extreme leftist ad.
S 'female companion pas a. rheu- 1 .P l WPas ventures we were guilty of in the,
niatc heart conditionops a 4 g p past. "
e4 6 Pas Pa l Pau The investigation agency showed
No Horse Play Opening lead-V how the Communist Party refash-
n loned Iti Marldn logic as the old
LOGAN' Utah (UP) The formula failed in Japan. In 1951.
there's no "horsing around" when from ue vebru allu Ci (ialn "r vi
I it comes to. traffic violitifons. pnships, e i Laoon. ontar Amerioan imperialism." The 'An
e Ray Payne and Bill Mitchell, early in may," writes iy oiuu ld the tJapanese people.ny
e students at Utah State Agricul- trend tubert bow. "Xuu'h prona. ed the Japanese people.
l tural College here, found that out DlY aree Ualt Lurui's muiuung was Then the Communist strategists
When they tied their horses to a Slkaae too aggresave, vu4 tie began to have doubts if they had
t parking meters and were ticketed iinal conuach was ialouuaame really sized things up correctly
Mttbad for overparking. enough. In May, Yoshio Shigal member-
Feb- "AL most tables, West took the of the central directorate of Japan
An Insulated wood or metal box top neal anu afnuled at ie thuil Communist Party, reinterpreted
oed s should, be provided for milk that trick ,t a 8auo or ulamuanuu. hbuul Japan's position. He said although
pho.ty cannot be refrigerated immediate- easily mane en Lracs, urawing she was still "semi-occupied" by
y-i ly upon delivery. . uumps auu unesasing tfuuali Web America, Japan's revolution. mdust
'- -- .lor taue queen 0u clubs. not follow the tactics used in a
"At one table, however, West "colony-dependency" nation
took the two Lou hearts aud uen He further said that Japan defl.a s "
le d a tn'u nea. L.e alai'rIr IN Uo u nitely was a "capitalist," nation. Seems lke cushion at
in uumliy, EuuK two rfunus ut This called for new methods.. in case of fails is really n hi
-l. trumps, a nd tred to get to hba The report said that the bustle bow on this fall '
nano by ruffing the taird rouni "military Organization' has In- dres by Italy's lontana ausi.
u. t ua onus. nu t uve .seu, ae u creasingly lost its importance for The bo* is the only adornl iea t
."East sater got tle ace ol cluos, the moment. But it warned that on the red faille sheath d -s
S"bloUU tauUsgaid hie agnit s aLa ve the Communists are re rouping
made toe cun-racL by i taing ine and training farmers and laborers
u.ru heart an ais own hano u .teau
of an mae summy. kiowever, i ,
Soutu raws trumps and then -
goes after tne cluua, East taxes
iwe ace i ClbUU anu a aus l fourA n t ffom
Shear. Dummy wnos up wiaso a
losmg aamunsi, ant Somi e ao stn
'"A You'l note, of course, South Mo4t
S coula nave. inane tnoe hana, out it
was stil a line defensive ioea to
V: _i lead a tnira round at nearts, I .
wasn't it?C
Sit was indeed aw fine idea, but .. Come. see these sn d
SSouth snou, .have made a co othr i__ezqub, s
tract. When West leads the third '. chokes. All are
heart, dummy rusfl, and SouthuiAs-l' ia tin o uzure ,
cars a isanmond I ow S out hE It ia
draws two top trumps from the "vl p s!
dummy, cashes the ace oa d Ia-
,,+- mounds and then ruffs the second
diamond to get to has hand. -
West must m u low sut to e1h l- -.'..-A
i 4j*. .* t sad roupndof. la AA
t. 0V./-W West's last thrmpo ed
:ie clubs. It d-asn't matter wha
7 WilEast, returns eWhn he Itke the
ace of clubs, for ASouth can ruff a
heart or a .diamond in order to
take a second elab finesse.

BSecurity Program

tmay give him a .*iummyache, but To Be Sponsored
will at least be. cool for a while. TheI
S.C., is about to dig into a huge slice I By Ordnance ub
thod of beating the heat that's mucOhr J
A special security program will .
be presented under the auspices
Sof Ordnance Club 15 on Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. In the Pacific Club- THE
house.
SThe principal speaker will be DUTY
nMaurlce Heywood, Paralso
school teacher, who is also a 0 I
Dttd Wmember of" the Paralso Anti-
Commiunist Committee. along STOR 161 CENTRAL AVENU, ANAMA
..-th Ellin Fawcett, Fri Burbe, .. .
S Hugh Clarke and Joseph Bishop.
'14- At' the conclusion of the pro-
gram. which includes a proposed
.. security sl an contest, Frank
'" Wilder of the Internal Security
I l Office will speak briefly and '
SI presetn a film '"This Is Commu-
S ..- The purpose of this program. is "RR AO
"to nirt the Jnubie to security.J t
problems and t promote securi-
.1- teompMlunly.u Mau RI U- !
,aI-F ty consciousness In the local-
rate community.
V Invitations have been extend-
I I. ed to representatives of various
I ., groups. The project is Dplanned
II. U and presented through the coor-
i |--- w Ill x.' dinatlion of the local rate Civic o
Councils, the Ordnance Club and Whether you buyoneor
Wilder, representing the Inter-
nal Security Office.
Similar programs are being, a thousand
planned by other local-rate or-
ganizations throughout the Ca-
nal Zone.

ANOTHER REVERF RSDESPECIAL
les Ouai PORTSMUTH N. H. (UP)
-- Paul Revere made a ride or
d two beside the Lexington trip. For
m"ags. pod & 6 wh .instance, he rode to this city Dec.
I he" with a .13. 1774 to warn the patriots that
StIte British were planning to re-
move powder from Fort William
he COasseur. and Mary. The next day, the pa-
triots seized the fort and its am-
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MERANO. Italy --iLUPI-- The much cheaper than for ordinary
newlyweds, Wilbelm and Hilda Ah. tourists.
rend from Frankfurt, Germany, Behind all this there is a novel
entered the hotel here and regis- plan which has made this "old-
tered. irodern" city on the Italian-Aus-
Their names were written down trian frontier a mecca for young
* on a special list and kept at hand lovers. The plan is no haphazard
-and from that moment on they idea but has been worked out in
were subject to a series of little painstaking detail with the idea of
* attentions they did not expect, boosting tourist traffic.
:hey had no sooner unpacked! In April, Merano held ist "Miss
their bags when a messenger-boy Italian Wife" contest in which a
rang the bell of their suite and young wife was chosen-not for
a.. handed them a bouquet of flowers,! her beauty, but for her aid and in.
a compliment from the city of spiratlion to -her husband and
Merano. :home. From this contest came the
Out on the street on their first! "newlyweds treasury."
honeymoon walk they were dis-I Every week the "newlyweds
ereetly photographed. And through- treasury" committeee puts the
out their stay they were offered names of 10 "Just marrieds" into
free tickets for deck-chairs, rides: a hat and picks out one couple for
on the cable-car to the mountain-, a one-week free honeymoon in
tain top panorama and tickets to, Merano. The couple that win can
shows. ,get a refund on what they have
'In fact, everywhere they wentispent or stay another week com-
. -around the city, and where theyipletely free.
,r< were known as newlyweds, their' The committee demands only a
',- way was made extra easy and few things:
1. A couple must be married no
l1 2udoor nhi 2.They. must stay at least a week
1st Outdoor Lighting more than a month.
Do Used Again marriage if a question arises.
I- .-Used Again! T us av o
ICaribPopulation
ITHACA, N. Y -(UP)- A dy- Carib P plaflOn
*namo that provided current for
the first permanent outdoor elec-
tric lighting system in the United row h I IRaItS Boom m
States was used again recently... .o I
SThe occasion was the opening ,a II a vl
of Phillips Hall, a new classroom- vsi H U1 S fluri s
laboratory center at the Cornell,
schooll of Electrical Engineering. AM Fl
Ellis L. Phillips. Plandome, N. MIAMI, Fla. -(UP) -Countires
Y., a member of the class of 1895 Of the Caribbean have outstripped
a"d founder of the Long Island the united States in population
Lighting Co.. presented the $1,- growth rate during the past 15
50,000 building as a feature of years, according to a study of pop-,
graduation week-end. ulation trends made by a business
consulting firm here.
The Cornell-built dynamo of 1876. The First Research Corporation
gave the campus outdoor lights in said in their report that the Carib.,
1878. well before their introduction locale has increased in population
in the great cities of the world, by 43.5 per cent as compared with
Z. T. Gramme had brought out 25 per cent in the U. S. I
his famous dynamo in Paris in "The population of this area is,
1875. As soon as a description currently experiencing a rate off
reached this country, Prof. Wil- growth short of spectacular," ac-
liam A. Anthony of Cornell and cording to Vernon R. Esteves di-
George S. Moler, a senior, under- rector of the firm's Latin Affairs
took to build a similar dynamo. IDivision.
When completed, the Cornell dy-! The bureau considers the Carib-
namo was exhibited at the Centen- bean area as including the islands
nial Exposition in Philadelphia of the West Indies, six Central
Sin 1876. American countries, Colombia,
Venezuela, and the Guianas on the
The dynamo stood in Fall Creek north, coast of South America.
"'torge when it was used on the High spot in population .rise is
campus. A water wheel furnished centered in Venezuela with a 56
"the driving power. Wires, strung per cent increase since 1940. The
on poles, carried the electricity survey called the Venezuelan in-
to the center of the campus. erase "a, phenomenal figure even!
Cornellians ojeeted to the poles on a world-wide basis." I
and Moler devised an underground Following this lead are Hodu.-
Soablpsyte evedto be the m. 53 per et CpO ,ica45,.
Sfirtrant uctric pow, r cent; Dominian RP bli*e 44,
er by underground cable. per cent; Panama, 40 .peir ct;I
Colombia, 38 per cent and Guate-
Ou o mIala, 35 per cent.
Felines Outgrow More than one half of all the
Thi w ecome people in the Carib area live in
Their W welcome Colombia, Venezuela and Cuba.
Caribbean population gro wth
. MILWAUKEE (UP) Mrs. was in close line with fast-growing
Archie Stray (as in cat) says there Latin America as a whole, which
is such a thing as pushing a good jumped almost 32 per cent during
thing too far. the 15-year period, and exceeded,
"rs. Stray, president of the the southeastern and middle At-
Midwest Feline Fanciers' club, lantic sections of the United
k.ep: cats for persons going on States where the rise was approx-
their vac tions. ;imately 12 per cent in each.
She took in six pedigreed Per-; The survey estimated that, at
:lans belonging to a stranger last the present growth rate, the Ca.
April 30. The person had not re- ribbean population should move
* turned at last report and Mrs. up from its present estimated fig-
'_Jiray had six homeless cats and ure of 45,727,000 to almost 62,000,-
19 homeless kittens on her hands. 000 by 1970. a


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:."" :' "L I,..l" & '-. P ,assadm i hn Stu ffsr "
"- i ,te v a dAM u .fy ," .0Shrimps With Bay Seaff s
Sar ago Mrs. HelensS. puto at
i .... that her e bre ld o r me her prob- t r oile, 'dt ^B

soA A _. iHenry, hesrej ed ,r.. .., H bog |t could be abusug u sfor..Pri.
ww l d -an dwytatff nto *S a d_,. 1 The most important thing a- lem. our x-aprtner's interest
bot tak~ountefo t aui t st--andgetaidiorc.iThree


Swo i t omp f po t She writes: "Before this divorce, ai a e tO stain
1 : ]g ~m~Henry, ,he r-'jbleedehnoteshoeldrouwrhtte
G wi ca, the boy and I just had normalI
t= wte eh. troubles. Now he's so unmanage.l

Mr rec6 M.ad ih Goi osr of f***s as asee r *** "e' imothincI ~ r fe r thegit s maAtm o erv eua y ab whndate Henry' dasa
SeTeSstmpotanthng a-blem that hi antkeep H e u t o y o er tayn t h ss m ot r



Iu=s, $j Irth G Cift.bdirth o e AyB, mlia ry why-rive wat so longer rtoslo aater hms duringthe da p^ a2 m &e
^. cth tl... ^ da1ghter s '^s --- so?" is the norm>l reaction* t Maber Her, isn't angry with lost itd bay frodin me, Tl
dw t' ,tl' e gr l r on n toa .n.. r .le regulr monthly m'eou of o his mother tor depriving him wy there'a no bthi for me .i

bo: *Ms) .Deba, Leigh. W.. 'Mel11e. The1 mother s the the .me.^a. Lesson alUus-t,, - B 1 ; '# of his father. Mayb he's an gy but attack you in :esoair o' h
h .garnts T..Mr bo,, & oer. Cuatherin JOoit ral _. .. ,0- l e .olgu a1 ,u frtitte ,ff W because *he deprived him of i in to live without it.
rerd one y Itb"hmo wm awd hl ittleJ girS pa nal rad- w w c motherite s:ht tredten tie chd of dle


feur irBprensidwe a the father is Mr. F.. Melvfle ofNew us a Amanor. """"""HI^HHl^*i^*^ --Whe" children are made weak vorce is not divorce but tke self-
Is towriteIt p ompty.If chi




why *be r -sa Married Happine a't Bat o n b t icea fe a or hurt, they centered tension it induc o i
s ,.Jf' nMar Mis I*ElHlie a There wa be a guest speaker hS"wG.h t. OOe's SelfAihoess want the Mother who was their parents. It's very htal to vesiw



h r sMr. M?.i Nita Elhrt of Bella Vista witg e rhort ftal on iirls Stale. bb.o?" thood's stot Henry is a them. n
fI^J B^tS'alboatr. th aaere -wal be. a cowoume jeweon. .-n.o M---- ue. reg-, Thley can't afford baby sitters, ittle boy who has been hurt. The hoBut we can remember their .
hwrthuibhn d sa erlanfh W theregifbe'sho um a ge n othin fr be






L-li MiAT"two-week trip to Boquete. ry .?^ sale foloin theE^^ .I. meeting. A enough money for htimto go ot ground under his feet. havior, we can hear his plea for
fea? member areS aed~ to brng Eny night after night with the boyle BUT Mother was in that distant reaaIurancethat he is a good boy
I I, Teas lS or er er.J. unwanted jewelry for the sale. .She writes: ,My eveni.s are so state e -ting her divorce, so he -and has done nothing bad that
Sa riblA Club No a rc lonely. I ngt the four c.o.idren to couldn't run to her with his fear could lose him the love of ,ither
r~~~epedsi mt ]tm ,.s +U J ltlG~r s andol ,alj-r a = p a -e_ esc, d"Ovr"ute 'thnk yu"o"much of its theWhatyhet.stecil





gae' Inno-- tr" N 'or. "ltobsar tM arre and ew ged ddt pin ess t s t h h t o n d. sd thirnt




.er e ndp. entn re r ig.------s ohere w thd for e st "dne' S esi snesi s at home alone night He n essthet Motherno lo rta lheir earet.t
.. .. AmtOl of^ 1^r-Mll Elbt Return S. y ru^ speke r,, /, ". nt!^^ A ^, ^ ^ ^ . o^ k^ ^^
Mr,"l lblb tr htAM.Uri. t, MissNaa l lst.oBsla ofimatr hta nce .itte c w h een t c
d N e sbe a costsmeawed1Mooolevhe 'stmadtat m r sder d3




wh -oa" sam. hlbo trete an ter s. Mrsi ela mb ekw rs" b-e anta NEAFord babyg itMartetsoEhor ,uim of his fat hhebaHnd. ht slbt h e djus u lls
r ts wl o rmr Dot Cohher zbe Beson n Mrs. Ruth A man can get by with being ing er for depriving him of her a e A r
n Th, tw om-we -Get It Fund was Kongable wgll be mco-hotess. selfish only so long as his wife is self.t
r rt white ant by Mrs Fanny ed, alert an a ays well-dressed, meals a day. She kept her own she gets fed up with a one-ided d considered it is characteristic




i '*.'...-'^'Ka laiL'mH K^ ^ B^ H manages the Publick House in counsel, -went right on learning, system she can putt a stop to it. of many divorced parents. fg MpfXA
r m br and officer at- Sturbridge, Mass. used her woman's instincts as a No woman with four small chil- Marriage failure has a nas h an irytt
sa w te' indwer u n aking travelers feel at en should be expected to care habit of leaving us with the convict. s n
Sat d bago Mre. Fanny Kaplan Mrs. Anne e s listening white country inn ho and never lost her sense of or them all day and then s oit at
W as t a de int Maner, Mr F. DotMa Cougher M n. unde te elms was built in 1771. humor. So naturally m 1952 she home alone with them ery
Ss on HuffTml Mrs. Tei ea ear the junction of Routes 15 was made manager eveng. I
.- er w olrneortn tvor a Lowc Mreei Gerry Cs oe l aucci, Mr s. ^Teand 20, famous for its baked O hu n wh foAnd any wife who lets her hu.ther
week wtt dfMer Mi PllieReea t Mr. Helen Mor i- Th ardRt tslk G stuffed ss Pu k Houe Baked Stuffed band put her in that position is o os st eng n y i at
#r Mr. 1, Missre NioaM Eliot ofe .... .... .... Thelaln stand oist abyk oitte.tles wt e reo n eene hp r ld y n the Unitedtu











at bas y r4si- soe r hu jer, V Dlr b orn ge ed wit c rice, Skbwhya notlind upha sitter for ohfI Hhrr hoSm shifdnth f
deoe. H i pn ,Mrs. Thelma Wa Grto, itpNsaEolathe mtnd W oa s N doa and Use jumbo shrimp allowing 3 one or two evenings a week? Tell
(~r 'te o~le il g't hs .. aClb illmet omrrw s 9a ate nghtoeyforhimtgooWhgound knowsr whatfe ars.con-







Se resrtedo Ariaier Mrs. Peg hota breads and other fine foods, shrimp per serving. Split shrimp your husband what you have donethewas a a
,. Zt .i rucrd a y s to b he'Cl det. u nt tnit edP... .r the.sale.Seerwretuoge-Mnes'yS t f e witoollosondtaaveomttinagihordhinr odh Acknowledge
at oh rnide, t ate r-.. wsir taJsho Mrs. AGeeMrtr a ae- rial. talnlnt.Ioe the Co.nhlrno othc ,iou canuhie wi t bayg iter ho te hi.
ad p D 're hosoa amihrm ayrs Vhat a grbrhlnnClubNo.mittaee t... .sonscOReADDOo ned o th o evenings. wth t rs. S. consideredoY












tt r non Cht Ir Dra g b private secretary in Providence, scallops, 2 ounces Chablis wine or Taking a stand for your rights
.te. .tor. r. r s rseiaG, r ,. water with a little lemon c a u witte husband, t ho pobout enry kind t nd thoughtful
i. aE t .s will. or t o."t the JWB t Bd rs i. Later hse had her own te a n room 2Crups E or mt apm eacang etbyit being n h M







Vki y. for w ,efrogh t werewGalekrrt is an exsibiteon oFhar- n Who eknow in Wrentham, next managed a "Pirakaw 2 tablespoons finely crush if usually better to meet an exprelon of sympathy
g'H g to Sofltae r.oFrtGalik. T e eibitwhich VI IS VETS ABR lb o e brother-in-law in I. esan che.seo2 talson met yors tha toltaohrpro
^^nA Mi dyanie- h ena Ing .^ ^co ra NTE PORTI G GOD.- ^r ^ent ,a.sen ry i ed butter or margarine. as r- ins isn' builte oce adnlm
, T e d Tohe--Car Bates X onaW iA sae ownbr ce 1ietess psel sh cn do waat you aretrerwer s on at hs wfe
ILi AI.I .wn ryp rso.AnnG.m o 10 up SHOW Fro there e wl it h was made o sstant w agr- Bake 20 minutes a t 325 degrees sha nwtiag of recrealton- iht.nd your hue feet-that sohe asntaroes.
h iGitevil n el er ange m et sby r Fand nefor aed. t le an alwaysawe ressed e a.an ht h ne i dho n siwht is feara ct r ist n-








both4r mrca naest wtare rot tohop e ne o e. wmoet rtih vni. bnsyseds cani pt si stop to it. of mn d e Ahirae as
""att ldli Ste C t-rridi, ass.usedherrwoanertrustintsIa s o maa with sitter smhe h coulide falore naeroe a s
te as th e bcotenH.meabers and ommitters t-yId AYN OR:MA DD O ffineor. tote vnn g sa e nd I'tieha t 0Mrs. S.c.iee
r-j.ig Da d* ow. Mr Spain Bembtendings. Eere: ooguadMretsn maingto r avesfel otdensout ldith exphu cted. tohcareshibitlfha:igu ity that He nry is.us

llcr. t oteswill e t r inMgiosMrs.sChannytKupand M rsa.AnnBe n d R th itns e of forethed al dan ane d bywthbeingit
to, he fome the e l fi elmsowly humoa. nhis 195e h oslnritre l
4" t-. ; Z0n !o~otn h rna-KThle oen HF-G I Fn d was.. Tegi e Neriheluctinbeouest5oa-maeoanaereeenng
.18A& o AdSpin o f A nc ousaClvadorari-eat nwromsAhtwftnpre Mrswllngtopueurwthit W en. hefat ha se as'trs.a
Gs. awltartoviio.Ted e ileR esMs. lnMrn tfed, losertcapgawy esll-d, resshd, uelt aday, ho e' kedshetutsfed a d uput er inth atoesiepdonstion cs ita lcharate isticc ee
whie ee phne o thMs.ma VnDe onishg aes he n wbitkHoused inc one,-w trih onla igstem so heyno pt l ine top tositter oforn dvrcdpr ens.r
r K Ian No womn withfour smll chi- England faiuredhasa and,
Cot gd W emes n ofcesat th Purbridge, Hous. uec s edthe t r wo man'sce nte. stu ints olo-as d a veasome lanswfor things th
%inbu der ofSpaineto. tndlr.Vring were: o s. _mngriltlns Ms oguie-ing maingtraelrsefel two ofyoshouldb epetdotogaether bitAkofwledghin
.: ., ..Ths lstnng whtlc unr i n111P1 an ev r ot"ersns"f ort em alAay adihecit a
sha&nlew dobegano MiracFaenyKaplan, Mrs..A_.
.Mt .,4iwe a werite Aho st oKamthleend fn~,Mrs. vra e siagerere untrn Ruts 1 wsthosmaagr.evenings.
a~Three tablespoonsWh we Ms.Gery eluciirsnedl0,faoucfrotsbaedAd ay if hwithhe hs
iso ltm ian visi t o r. heoinerMi lle eesMr. Heln--"rrias.atruf ned l innker.c pe rsc talo s, fes Pbraexuelakd Sufedpadprteerinthauoniio "
*Ij 0 -- .ot dheeb asy'ral o rs enceGir M s l obster seroiedt a by i Rovenesck a Shrips, (4oun esrvabins)wie -o making a sdmstandfreor. iht
So whysitotline up a.sitteroaor C..arles .ari
d'ai,][teais. . Rot. hl Mrs'.. Ja a Dwatis aehn ihwldrc, UerJumbot h ra impealemowngjuic, ayeauesrhtwo eve rnitngbut w hoyorek?., Tellh,--k
HadnMt Tem Whl2 t Nw Egln codrsad shcrim ckr ervin.eali1teas"hr impy rhsands Pe aeatt yuhae prdeo n ein y, um ,, u
Y"'.-Mrs. Getrd Ami l l at i er-MsO... ..g- h. atr sehads ndeher fnefo ds, t harcomi gh center ..S.....ff --wit r~h folow ,aondhvsoe plnsgt forter inigsht? e ,.
..5ba_._ PMm"!Crrentlyrshowing tme in Wrenxtthe am, n Hus rfe ctst heana ged a mix. ....tur .....e:.... twoofyus cua l ettdo togmeter an xpr kmn ow1 ym
#Z A'b ldm_ onWr ight we re l allrygis n ehiiaR tsaionMr.oAlcea- shall. wh .,; -- f f ozbe g o and, whoer sare f er, n ot at cis.2 espo s pr- i evsuaeyi"ngs sa o
,, atmday whn Sit-oal da gs y ".. A~gRNTHY o as R- ~ahtrainhedrinnother,-in-a iT e hreetablespoo s -fine'l"y.choppe.-:
Mw it as scallopn2 ouncesChablisMwie or IoTaing aistanTforeyouriightshwithgrateful.
$sftdas 2tt0'sdinnereonoringrIelfithan seretaryaintProvidence
shwigTt HWS 12OTIGcuOps, Mcrracnppkeer m oil o
p. wiht he wian ga t on e Art WB L tStrbrhge had serow teta rooylft'aonethegt .. ... g
". .. u n Curlrentyain.pipu a.a^ ef Sndy2igttablespooins fwnr -. ...h itn' aelru ;efsh.,.s tt. u sualy, bettert ome anooper-
w ig s 'A" -r6*4- a' m"25d-1,i Weta ,net mngd in o
,,Jr ad Mrsjos Wig t hwere Gallery isonexhbtion fca r frozen-fwod anhewwolesaleen .ishN pot.atc.imps. 2vt x eason a. is sties url and-"far stand up fon' r
*11611 fifIcoaldrawigs byW_ J.ChritianCHAS.S.,ABRNATm of Zye e
K M r[ ]eris I .,.ff m I00 ~m.to 0:-hich thpehe las t sh fowsr mae.rasbsrat.her-in-aw in ieak hee 2 ..mn tabes poost 5 meltgores, ;t ha n e of r eatie. an"yoth r hperson ,
ty o& caledto elcitte Mr.of or Guic. Te ehiit IC 1 S VNTA, B utRwProvienead fn allyo ope r.ved toed(bu erter or vagaien wand'svermyou.-htp" ""
.... T J/ wit, thei Ca nalperonnel Andt h ge ir, lret:S db..FegY.eo e aae.Ta a --
,y. will_ em ain, ni a td urda.leothSundayisightfor d kiie o nit anf's obner ol.hr PleaNoe: sinspns*h iet-tl ste ,.Mr-: elfi hnns.' t-is-.uit0 a oere ~ f M I7i l hF A F i M,
... J .q~l'Me..allery loae d a t the ReuSObli G f t! s.he will attn.-hs lNdA- ve, 1,atsi oos"fiedn.1 i,.,, i a '" ,end f air-pay. So owtee e. .I .- ---, -- ,v v !.., ,r,
., .rme ......vic.. SR Wfertr I herebewil., betgtqwasmad ssspanamaagetB e 2 miute at325degeesshat, f rcretio- ad-.ourbus
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Werew 1- 'Dc tC Service Center will present a pro- Montague, ete.*- at vhich time
,rfvwl*9 irram of entertainment on S.u- he will make the new pureaue
'-....'.--,- gay at 8:00 p.m. of'1prtlag Goods for Pahea,
"mqWrtWfsday'", A-M,-ster of tremonies will be teMrtarto)
n The Alam Pvt. Bernard Cohen of 7461st A.U.
4K -s n Th,1UMort Clayton.
0 (jtigOlb (reglueers -- S ) n "
.Cl.. -roqa prorm will include Span- I
7 -9ninSalon "oncer t ish Dances by Miss Dolores
/ : l ~ e M g r ~ n g . . . . . . 0 p u p i l o f Z o fl a S u a r e z o f
:. .'lt eh ? ...+wildwood Pnama and soloist of the ballet .
I:t. MUrtcal Revle *group of the Dorese Wastes I 1"
1:00-Nw School of Dancing, who recently l
g; ; 1 grt loperfmed at the 1alboa Theater; I L -
; 49" IT vocals (music and lyrics by PFC
l: w Sy Kramer, Finance Office, Fort I i .
10;0g-O(f. ''hRecord (requestS G u) g by Pvt. Bernard Co-
pho ne before G li k)sngacae rby B-
-Bitltf* Phoic beforhen, accompanied by the compo.- I K/^--B/a rr
*:'t0 W> e l~r; an accordionist, Robert Bet- |j f- Zo 16f^l
1: y. a terms son of Lt Comdr. and Mrs. *MA O 6
11:M--Off The Record (cont'd) A. Betters of 15th Naval Dis- I
"*-1; t The Entertainer strict; the "Downbeat Trio," wi- All it to"es to bolster the ege
12:. *We ners of the Panama Area Army ofsormewnrIsaswivel 4ovr.
V* Talent Contest, P'vt. Robert Brosh --
12.a-P time Melodies and PFC John Famiglietti of Fort
1:11W ac, Wt N Hot Davis, and PFC Sy Kramer of i
a: a-- Fort Gulick, who will replace
1:15--MusicolfM.nhattan Ricehard Tomacci, the original.. .
1:- Of The Pioneers pianist of the group.
l:. M FisW Men In The There will also be voice and qui- W W
rot iH( wo) tar presentations b Evelyn and
-1 *. In Hollywood Vincent Ford, who have apeard M OTHERSI I1
:.-4tt1ing Aomerican on FCN, and piano selections by m< .
+:a-.-Tilt sBenke Show .Jane Peebles Whitten, wife of -- ii
:4-Wan~lkSnatAndHis Rain- PFC Ben Whitten, of Fort Clay- ii l
Sbow Ranch Boys ton a graduate of the Pebody Mmt
0:1-7-tval of Waltzes Conservatory of Music in Balti-
3:1--atm eyKaye Show more, who is presently an instruc- |
:3t-MliSaC "Wr 'Wed- da y tor at the Garrison Forest School i
4:(Q- t IO. Kview of the Peabody Conservatory of n1
4:3l- t'oar:yaverite (re- Music. Mrs. Whitten was a pupil r,
S494ts-a phono be- of Austin Conradi.
for#+ 1 ":2"" Military personnel and 't h ei r
$;tta families, and the public, both of I I
* :$ rtt.o^ ur F ai o rite ithe Canal Zone and the Republic of smm
": ,( na iu (Panama re welcome. .
e '__X uo Relie1.e _. _. -s
113-Btq Pk~ON SPORTS;^ lemon.,- A"cco *-
iChemical Assn. SKIN IRRITATIONS
itoMatch Elects Gen. Hull Ws MEDICATED way
I o maluodpotaca r
i; t ow As President Nio y*ouasw A..
artin Show lieve yow baby's Dfapr Jas^
P The U.S.A. sWASHINGTONAu 9 (Up) i per Chafe, Urine Sda
fGn Joh x a wr,. -. AS INTn E. Hul. former eief PklyHe ah as Ammos
.S . .. .- o f A m e nci n and U n cited N nations FI le r ..t. .
A TY (S o&-foresin the FarE aost,.. sbo m s specillyme&i"
1V.O.) el-cte -president of the Manufac- eited to oothe, protege and help
.'0-- Or Jors (VIA) tWring Chemists' Assn., Inc., it he irritated "n.Absorbsmois.
.It- 1e d per It <(re- was announced today, tor w0bderfully-and is so sofl,
S 7e s phone be- RH*ll, who retired last April aft k pr aote hsalig by cushiona*
:I-- t"es. o r7 years in the Army will ing baby's chafed skia apint 1
.a-- e my Roth work in the asqoeiation's Washing. frther irritatio. Get Amames
1 us. h m B. ton offie. H succeeds William C. Medicated Powder today.
: u Dfeam y Foster who resiged.-'t
o ,.'. ..The association is made u o -T Aamno Fa or ol
S .- ,c-- ompa n -s t.... .hemas Pew! or trial sz can ao-
aw qmm^ and work o sfe O ---ti ...... for / outiy fee, send a pposwa wd !
B d e astin 5tn labeling. Whiping and your name and address to Dept
A3 .. Army ,hew.cal.. It also spon- 95 Ml-Mw&r,.
S A. A isr V"d water spalaisn N.J.(Offerexpires Dec. 31.*


lies art.YOU{,
t 6n't stuff from' patful, Itching
" Pil another. hour without trying ;
ChilarmJd. Upon app qatlqn Chjnaroli
st*rt, curbin', Pi3relOerex w.y: 1.,
FAmes pain and itching. 2. Help shrink
*orq," iwplte tissues. 3. Hela nature
hearflrrtated mtmbr&n"A and allay Pile
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AT MASONIC TEMPLE, ANCON, CANAL Z(
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1955, at 5:00
Lodge will open at 4:30 p.m. All Masons i
Friends Invited.


BRUCE C. SANDERS,
-Master.


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with user's name and specifications by Cia.
Atlas S. A., Telephone 2-345L
P. 0. Box 1057


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1 S*ret hb. 13
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l. et July Av A J 9t.
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Jun* Aroemea Ave. andl N t.


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m15 iU Carastell
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Comtal Ave. d4
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BALBOA SsRVICE
: CENTER
i BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL
COLD WAVE

S $7.50
Monday Thri Thursday
For appointment
Balboa 2-2959
For U.S. personnel
and their families only.


Man Afraid Of Banks

Tusts Them Again
INNEAPOLIS -(UP)- Amen
Balkin, 63. trusts banks with his
m4ney again.
police were astounded when
Balkin dumped $5,754 in mall
bilb out of a gunny sack when the
officers arrived to order him out
of 'his small hotel room at the
reqest of the management.
ite said he had been keeping his
a gsa in his room since he lost
when a bank failed back in
te depression.
cers explained to the odd-
worker that bank deposits
a are insured by the federal
go rnment.
1kin then was escorted to the
at bank where it took eight
rs two hours to count un he
ey, most of it in dollar bills.


HI Blod sPresss ro
y. havs e P 8ates4 0,11,n1
headaches, shortbreath. to-
n thsatoe san sweoarm
with RYTxz. A Js X g
for jYNX tody SW S
to ao lw dewS.


TELEPHONE

S2.-2737
LUX VENETIAN BLINDS


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-APPLIANCES r
REPAIR |


SB

Via ;spaAa
8-0383


FOR SALE
Household

LEAVING, MUST SELL: Me-
hoseny werdfrbe, bed, c h 0 t
drawer. Very heap. Phone Pan-
im, 3.1210.

FOR SALE:- Makhgny dining
room furniture, blend. Phone
3-5032 from II a.m. t 4 p.m.


FOR SAL:---Gas stov end re-
frigeraet, very good condition.
Cell Paneme 3-2134 for infor-
mition.

FOR SALE:-9-piece mahogany
diingi room set, latest style.
Phone lhe 3336.


Help Wanted

WANTED:- Responsible persn
for king end heuse keeping,
ne laundry. Live in. Apply 164-
I, Gembe or phone 6-293.

WANTED:--Pnamenian house-
maid-sok, recent refrences re-
quired. Phone 3-6044.


Position Offered

WANTED:- Competent staen-
arapher, able to take dictation in
Spanish end English, *ead spell-
#nt. Permanent position. Colum-
his Pictures. Eusbhis Morles
Ave.


I Kobbe Wins, Meets Runnerup


Clayton In Finale Thrusday
-*-


THE STANDINGS
Won Lost Pet.
Fort Kobbe ...... 15 2 .882
Fort Clayton ...... 14 3 .824
Army Atlantic .... 10 7 .488
Troopers ........ 5 12 .294
Results Last Night
Fort Kobbe 84, Army Atlantic
Fort Clayton 97, Troopers 44
Game Wednesday
Army Atlantic vs. Troopers at
Fort Amador
Game Thursday
Fort Clayton at Ft. Kobbe


Fort Kobbe whipped Army At-
lantic, 84-64, and Fort Clayton
routed, the Tri-Post Troopers, 97-
44, last night to set the stage for
their Important season finale
Thursday nigh in the Panama
Area'Armed Forces League.
Kobbe's triumph enabled 4 he
Lifelpers to mafntaintheir one-
game lead over the CavalIrs.
Kobbe's record if IS winS IiW
two ls while Clayo ta
14-3.'


It was Hatchett's goal late in
the first period that put the
Lifeliners ahead to stay. Kobbe
led, 21-16, at the end of the pe-
riod and 38-33 at halftime.
Phil Rash topped the losing
Bushmasters with 17 points while
Tex Yarbrough scored 15 and
Del Gokey caged 14.
Clayton broke its two-game
losing streak with ease over the
Troopers. Larry Davis led Caval-
ler scoring with 18 points while
Jess Valdez hit 11 for the losers.
Box score:
Fort Kobbe fg ft pf t
McCallen, f .. .. .3 6 2 12
Nickles, f .... ... 1 0 2 2
Fuchs, c .. ..... 11 3 425
Clarizio, g ...... 0 3 12
McKaig, g ...... 1 4 3 6
Hatchett, f .. .. .. 7 3 4 17
Ioepks, f .. ...... 1 0 2
Baker, e ...... 3 0 2 4
Duvall. r .. .. .. 1 0 0 9
Ward. c .. .. .. .. 0
Plerama, g .... .. 0 0 1


Totals
ash, t.
F arbrouil
latterlee
Mann, r
Kohrher
Tavs. f


34 16 24 24
Army Atlantic
.. .. .. . 4 17
... . .. 4 1 14
gh, e .. .. 5 2 l|i
S .. 1 0 1 2
S.. .. .. 1 2 i 4
f ...... 1 2 0 4


... ........
forward WlIe Htchett wre ume, Ig .. .. .. 0 0:
the pace-makers for Kobbo last
night. The 6-5 Fuchs came up Totals 20 24 13 64
with 25 points, include 12 in _. 20 24 13
the fourth quarter, whie )Hat- Seete By Perleod
chett garnered 17 points Includ- Port Kobbe ... 21 17 23 23-4
in, 11 in a big third d. Army Atlantic.. 16 17 10 21--t4


Playground Activities


I Volleyball took a stride forward
as a popular summer recreational
activity when- teams from seven of
the Canal Zone gymnasiums met
in tournament play last week in
the Margarita gymnasium. Teen-
age teams of boys, girls, and mix.
ed groups competed in the annual
volleyball tournament sponsored by
the Physical Education ani Rec-
reation division of the schools.
A rather well-balanced Diablo
squad led by big, burly Ray Nic-
kisher and aided immensely by
two tal lads, Ed Kirchmier and
Harold Epps, met the eager Mar-
garita chaps at the start of the
tournament action. Winning the e
coin toss, the Diablo boys elected:
to serve and went on a scoring
spree to win the first game quick-
ly. A determined Margarita six
forced the issue into overtime dur-
ing second game play before
bowing.
Cristobal, pre-tournament favor-1
ites to win the boys' diadem, took
over the plucky Ancot squad in
two games, while the Balboa sex-
tet whipped the Gambol entry in
well-played contests. After a short
rest, the Diablo boys eliminated
the Balboa gymnasium hopefuls in
two straight games but were in
t 7- defeated by t he Cristobal
chaps who were not to be denied
that day.
In the girls' category that Bal-


LEGAL NOTICE
UNITner ATES or AMuICA
Canal Zone
United States Distrlet Coert Pr The
Dstrte at The Canal rMo*
Divislon of Balboa
carolln* e. infate. Plantit, vs
arence F. Selnafnt. Defendant.
unmmons Case No. 417t, Civil Docket
SAction for Divorce.
To the above-nrnmed defendant;
You are hereby required to appear and
swer the complaint filed in th above-
titled action within ninety days after
B first publication.
In ease of your failure to so appear
d answer, judgment will be taken a-
-ut a ,&by default for the relief de-
nd In the complaint.
Witness the Honorable Guthrie F.
owe. Judge, United States Distric*
urt for the District of the Canal Znne,
* July 21.15 5.
C. T. Mecormick, Jr, Clerk
ST)
vSese de Is Poef, Chief Deputy Clwet
ro Clarence 1. PHllk tte
The f mnnm in sI rv *
ier of theHonorableGu~tir. Crow,
de, United Stntes District Court for
0 District ef the Canal Zore, dated
ly 20. 195. au a n d filed in
Li actlom In the office at the Clerk of
td Ultii States District Court for the
visit on Balboa. en Jnly MS1.
C. T. UMcCavok, Jr, CIlo
F a Ab I Va, CMd Depaty CkdLo.


bo girls wre pitted against. the
Cristobal lassi Iand found t h e
going a bit rugged. Rather good
and long volleys were the featur-
ed attractions here and the ag-
gressive teamwork ot the Cristo-
al gymnasium competitors w a s
too much for Balboa. In the semi.
fatal round great team work eiy
the girls from Margarita provld-
ed the deciding factor in their win
Over the hard working Gamboa
Forinost of the first same in
the ftals, featuring the two At-
lantic ide teams, Cristobal and
Margarita, the score was qu it e
Close and the winner was in doubt
until a later scoring splurge by
the Margarita team decided the
contest. The Cristobal girls r a l-
lied to take the second game in
overtime play yet could not com-
bat the steady performance of the
Margarita Girls. It was Margari.
ta over Cristobal in three games
and with the wins the ivetor's
laurels.
Mixed volleyball was rather' a
novel approach to the game for
many of the boys and girls hev-
ertheless they found the games to
their liking. The Gatun mix ed
group could not solve the Balboa
squad's well-rounded attack and'
lost in two games. The host sex-[
tet. Margarita, did not match the
Cristobal entry and was dropped
in two games. To end the tourna-
ment the Cristobal club a ai n
showed its classy play by winning
from Balboa in the final games.
The scores:
(Boys) Diablo over Margarita-
15-8; 19-17. Ancon lost to Cristo-
bal, 15-5; 15-1. Balboa defeated
Gamboa, 15-11; 16-14. Diablo won
from Balboa 15-5; 15-5. Cristobal
declared championn o v e r Diablo
with 15-11; 15-3 wins.
(Girls) Cristobal over Balboa,
16-14; 15-4. Margarita beat Bam-
boa, 15-1; 15-6. Margarita women
championshi-a with a three game
set victory from Cristobal, 154;
15-17; 15-9.
(Mixed) Balboa measured Gatun,
15-5; 15-11. Cristobal went p ast
Margarita. 154: 154. Cristoabl a-
warded mixed team chmnpionshin
by vanquishing Balboa, 15-3; 15-5.


M A it meelaflt eato ACe
Aadites T he liE-
55k AuV om .1.o L Aes"I
* Vdah The glpU* Awceia-
e m ate mpleice) or
l- Ca eUM Lmande
9 cbm l at.. New-
"Iirlo "m w"Ne.


MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
OX 2031,. ANCON. C.2.
BOX 1211, CRISTOMAL, C.Z.

FOR SALE
Micellaneous
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
pups. 168 Vie Belisarie Perres
(cottege rear). For information,
sell Kebbe 844-105, 8 e*m. to
4 p.m., Sgt, Gordon.
FOR SALE:-Two Feddens 1954
model /4-ten window air condi-
tioners, 4 venetian blinds, ivory,
48166 inches each. Cell Pan.-
me 2-2634 daily 8-5.
FOR SALE: A lot of potted
plants very chap. House 176.
I, Pedro Miguel. Ofelia I. Dixon.
FOR SALE: Wffle iron $2;
smell bedfremo, spring & mat-
tress $5; girl's coat., sie 12,
worn only few times (cost $20)
$10; ladies dark blue suit, size
18. $15. Phone Balbos 2-2494.
PEOPLE OF PANAMA by John
and Mavis Diosans, price $5.50,
will arrive shortly. Reserve your
coepy now. AGENCIES STEER,
S.A., Phone Panama 2-1219.

WANTED


Miscellaneous
RISPONSILE civilian f.a mi ly
mWving hore desires temporary
quarters for September. Call
Pan. 2-5474 between 9 and 5.
HOME WANTED: Beautiful
SInd block eat, female, 6 months
old. Belb** 4342.


Panama Line


Sailings


Capt. Robert H. Limerick, chief
of the Industrial Division; MaJ.
Oorge Herman, who retired re-
cently as chef of the Canal Zone
Police; and Dr. John M. WUker-
son, superintendent of Coco Solo
Hospital, are among the 94 p-
sengsrs scheluled to sail from
Cristobal Saturday aboard the
Panama for New York. They are
aeeompanied by their famlile.
Miss FPredda Landor is the one
passenger booked from Cristobal
for Port-au-Prine, Haiti.
The complete advance passen-
ger list for New York follows:
Mrs. Antoinette L. Bedrick; Mr.
and Mrs. Mirt Bender and grand-
son; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 8.
Blackburn; Andrew Bleakley,
Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Davis D.
own; Miss Antoinette Buono-
Joan D. Bender;


core; Miss Rose Buonocore; Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cank Cavag-
Rglo;. Mss Dther Carlson; Ver-
non L. Clontz; Dr. and Mrs.
Gene U. Cohen and daughter;
Granville Colby; Miss Bernice
Colby; Miss Leah B. Corblis;
John W. Cruickshank; Mis Vir-
ginia d Dignam; Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Duffy; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward E. Eder; Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Edwards; and Capt.
and Mrs. Robert H. Emerick and
son;
Mr.. and Mrs: Gilbert C. Pos-
ter and 2 daughters; Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Fraser; Miss Janet L.
Gorton; Mr. and Mrs. Oregor
Gramlich and son; Miss Marlyn
Grinwis; l4is Rosalyn Gritz;
Mrs. Hazel G. Hall; Miss Flor-
ence Hamburg; Rev. Walter E.
Heary, O.P.; Row; James B.
Reary, O.P.; Maj. and Mrs.
George Herman; Mrs. Madeline
Hess; Mr6 anl Mrs. Arthur
Hirsch; Mr; and Mrs. Blanchard
V. Hutchib:gs Mrs. E. Marie
Low; Miss Ruth Lauber; Edward
J. McElroy; Miss Margaret Mc-
Elroy; Miss Catherine McGuire;
Franxls X. Mahoney; Miss Mary
F. Maguire; Harold W. Meyer;
and Miss Lucille Mulvey;
Miss Kate Nigh; Mrs. Lucille
Noyes; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
IPehl; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Plaisance and son; Donald Pon-
der; Leo L. Presho; Mr. and
Mrs. Paul A. Prudhomme and
daughter;
Mr. and Hrs. George Rogow;
Mrs. Delta I. Sampsell; W. Wool-
say Shepard; Miss Edith H. Stroll;
Malcolmn J. Stone; Frank P.
Bullivan; Miss Julia Van Fleet;
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Waldorf;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Watts;
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Wilkerson;
Mrs. Flora I. Wood; Miss Ethel
Woodward; and James A. Yates.



"PICKERING"
CARTRIDGES


I Ne. VIA UEPARA
TeL 3-*M


FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR RENT
Apartments


FOR SALE:--1949 Dodge for ATTINTION LI Just blk
dor sedn, seed treasportation, mdean furmsed petments, I,
$300. Phone 525 Cuerund. 2 dro os .bett, eld weoer.
(Duty pewd.) Phone PeaFme 3-4941.


FOR SALE: o-- in crs cen-.
try? New Jorsey delivery, now,
1955 Chevrolet Sel-Ai station
weaon, V-8 meter, power glide,
power st-ering, air cenditiening,
radio, white tires, pcilly priced
for quick sol. SMOOT B PAR-
EDES, S.A.. Char. Olds Buick.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
"98" seden. 0922 Ameder Rd.,
Blboaee 2-2984.
WANTED TO SUY
all late model eutemobiles:
CHEVROLETS, FORDS. PLY-
MOUTHS, PONTIACS,
OLDSMOBILS.
WE PAY CASH ON THE SPOT.
Autos Eisenmen
(leided Coca-Cola Plant)
Phones 2-2616 2-49W4
P a n a ma
FOR SALE: -argaint 1949
Hudson 6-cylinder sden, *sed
condition, good tires, $475.
38th Street and Chile Ave. No.
6, Penema.

FOR RENT
House.
FOR RENT:-Chlet, corner of
37th Street and Ave. Cube: 3
bedrooms, living-dining room,
porch with bar, meid's mm,
furnished or unfurnished. Ph.e.
3-1074.
FOR RENT:-Now chelt, three
bedraoms, living rom.- diinr
rom. bathroom, rage. "Ca c
del Mar, corner of 7tk Avaen
andI Psea Cincu naum rio, $125
monthly. Phone 3-3005.
FOR RiNTi Thrme-bedroom
honMt, Golf HOights,- 'he water
thrMou ut, two baths, miWd'
que*t1, spciou s 0 ecoedm
grmeds.. Pkosn Salbo 2870
*lr 54$0 p.mi.


FOR RENT
f

*bhees' or aeuibi kitshe+
bethee i. e4at 13.50. heia
d4 Arie Sthe*. Call-omCh-im r
phe 2.2419.


POI. RSNT-F-unlr hd or wun
fumW ,ed rom to e celwr. 12A
StIeaMt N 7, Sen Fronise.


FOR RENT
Miscelaneous
POR RNT.-Offmlees second fleer
filt Netineel City tInk Build-
ig. Per particule apply to
BHk In penme or eddre APsr-
ted* 555 Pe40m0, R.P.


AL HAMBRI A APARTMENTS
Moder furnished or unfurnished
apertmoits. PoUfetionel office
and ear conditioning aveilable.
Alhambre Office, 10th Street,
Phn* 116, Colon.
FOR RENT:- Furnished oprt-
nent on Vie Perras No. 120,
overlooking .A.S. Commissry
nd service station, next to
Roosevelt Theater. Telephone 3-
5024.
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished
screened apartment, two bed-
roms. sitting, dining room,
maid's room, two baths, prch,
grage, $110, at "EL CANGRE-
JO," 6 Street No. 2 building
"Caroce." See De Castro, Ave-
nus* No. 9-42. Phone 2-1616
Panama.
FOR RENT-UnFurnished part-
ment, one bedrm. living-din-
ing room, prch spacious kitch-
en, hot water, at No. I Gererde
Orteg Street. $65 per month.
Call telephone 3-0422 for in-
formation.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. lest residential sec-
tion. Near all hbus steps. 43rd
Street NM. 13.
FOR RENT: Apartment, two
bedrooms, living room. dining
room. 16th Street. Paitille. Tele-
phone 3-6155.
FOR RENT:-Apartment on 4th
Street No. 3. Vista Hermes.
Inquire upstein.
FOR RENT-.2-bedreem apart-
ment. Paltilla Airport Reod 139,
Phone 3-4327.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bed-
rom apartment near Hotol IEl
Panama. beht water. Phone 3-
5492. Apply at 2034 Schemas

FOR RIOtT.-- Furnished apart
mat, entrally Icated, coo,
oeely to maWrd cuo Phone
-1405 ..


"-argee kiteha. mrir mrm with
ovmnrWo. Camp AleM., Phone
*ftor 4 pm. 1-424L


FOR RINT: Apart"et cm-
pletely furishe. ,2 bedroom .
iving-dMiif tme, grose. Call
52nd Street No. 5, Apt. 4.


THEY MISSED HIM ...
COLLINSVILLE Conn. (UP)
- Mailman Stanley Goembeski, on
completing 35 years of service,
boastedhe had never been bitten
by a dog.


200 Attend Aquacade Program,



Water Show Put On At Gatun
-0-
In a typical rainy season down- Graves executed some of the re-
pour, some 200 contestants and quired strokes for the Red Cross
spectators turned out to witness Advanced Swimming Badg e.
the presentation of Gatun's 1955 Aquatots who are members of
Aquacade and Water Show spon- the kindergarten class at Gatun
scored by the Gatun Civic Coun- Pool amazed the audience by
ell in cooperation with the De- diving off the spring boarl- and
apartment of Physical Education swimming to the side of the pool.
and Recreation. The group included four-year-
A cast of 23 Gatun younstgers olds Teddy Bailey and Lee Way-
ranging in ages from four to 16 ne Christoph, five-year-old Stev-
performed. I* Radel and John Coffin, who
Mr. G. G. Thomas, president is six.
of the Gatun Civic Council, The water show was present-
walked away with the "Mr. Ga- ed under the direction of the
tun of 1955" title decked out in Department of Physical Educa-
a fashionable bikini bathing suit tion and Recreation. Pat Bailey
of flamboyant pink. It was, es- trained the youngsters for the
specially designed for the occa- show.
sion by Mrs. Thomas. The crowd Following the show Gatunites
cheered as "Blondie" was pro- entered the comedy races and e-
claimed "Mr. Gatun" and drap- vents. In the father-and-son
ed accordingly with a blue and race., Danny George and Tommy
gold ribbon. Dugan teamed with their wrists
Wearing beautiful floral leis, tied together, to win the event.
the senior girl aquabelles swam Virginia Hirons and Jeffry
in grace and unison to the Slaughter won the banana-eat-
"Songs of the Isles" in their Ing contests for boys and girls
Hawaiian Isles Water Ballet. The over 35 other contestants, swal-
sextett included Rachael a n d lowing their bananas under wa-
Rosalie Radel, Tish Young, Clair ter in a few seconds. Ginger
White, Carol Flenniken and Thomas and Susan Shirk reach-
Oracle Argo. Bob Goul delighted ed the finish line first in the
antics. egg and spoon race for girls
the crowd with his aquatic clowl eight and under. Dickie Dugan
Ernie Rodriguez and Danny and Lee Wayne Christoph won
George enlightened spectators in the boys egg and spoon race.
their presentation of life saving Ted Bailey won the nightgown
and water safety techniques. Of race for men. Six young men at-
special interest was their de- tired in floral nightgowns com-
monstration of the new Nielson's peted in thi seventh. In the big
method of artificial respiration, blow race for girls, Helen George
which is now endorsed by the was the victor. The girls were
American Red Cross. They serve required to blow a ping pong ball
as life guards at the Gatun Pool. across the length of the pool.
An exhibition of diving was Rosalie Radel bobbing with 30
performed by five Gatun youngs- other contestants, came up with
terms and Bob Goul of Fort Gu- the first apple.
lick. The youngsters were Jules Dougie Cheek and Bob Arnold
Damiani, Buddy a n d Terry won the mama and baby race.
Slaughter, Rosalie and Rachael Arnold pinned a diaper on nine-
Radel, who are now training for year-old Dougie and carried him
the Junior Olympic A.A.U. meet across the shallow end of the
Ia Oamboa September 5. pool crossing the finish line a-
The water show included ex- head of the other competing
bibtionx of swimming with pairs. Helen George and Ted
With Btlebrits. Jack Holcomb Bailey won the father and
nd Tommy Coffin demonstrat- daughter wheel barrow race.
the required strokes neces following the completion of
gry to obtain the Red Cross In- events refreshments were served
terMedilta Swimming Badge. by committees from the Gatun
Talented 10-year-od Charleen Civic Council.


HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
S. J. IFr d e mvm AwN. Na 41
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
s WoISt 16.


NOVEDADES ATHI8
Via SapsU Ave.


RESORTS
Basldwle f surnlid apirtme-nt
6i booch at Santa Clara. Tel.-
_4.0.e S.4k, Selbe 3681.
PHILLIPS O eanside Cottae,
Seta Clar. Box 485, elbee.
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chief QM Administrative Section, Corozal, as Mrs. Starrett looks
on approvingly. Starrett retired with over 31 years U.S. Govern-
ment service, including two periods of activy Army duty, and had
been with the USARCARIB QM section for the past four years.
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Friday To Honor,

Mrs. Thorboume
A roram to honor Rev. Mrs.
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tendent of the National Council
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gram, which will also Include
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A native of Nashville, Tenn.,
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the United States shortly to'
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with her daughters, Mrs. Maizlc
Whyte and Mrs. Rena Curry in
Milwaukee, Wis.
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Fede;rl Bank Loa,"s Drive For Russian Farmers
2nd Top In History


WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 (UP)-
The Federal Reserve Board re-
ported yesterday that loans
granted by its member banks in-
creased $7,232,000,000 in the year
ended June 30, the second high-
est increase in history.
It was surpassed only by $9,-
287,C00,000 in 1950-51.
The board, reflecting govern-
ment concern over excessive
credit, last week raised the in-
terest rates on money it loans to
member banks. The government
also moved recently to tighten
housing credit.
Last week President Elsenhow-
er told a news conference that,I
while the government sees no
serious danger signs, it must be'
constantly on the alert against
both inflation and deflation.
The board said that loans
during the year ended June 30
totaled $65,306,000,000, an in-
crease of $7,232,000,000 over the
previous 12 months. The in-
crease in the year ended June 30.
1954, was $1,584,000,000.
Officials said a $2,530,000,00(
increase in commercial and in-
dustrial loans accounted for the
bulk of the near-record hike.
Business loans totaled $26,893,-
000,000.
Real estate loans by reserve
banks totaled $15,592,000,000, an
increase of $2,152,000,000 over
the previous 12 months.


Has Most Interesting Task
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Don Heef- pie along the way get to boast-
ner of Des Molnes, a Grey- ing quite a bit about their
hound Bus driver, has been home town or county, they'll
driving a big chartered, air- smile and say: "Yes, very nice.
conditioned bus for the visit- We have it in Russia, too."
ing Russian farm leaders for I've never seen a nicer bunch
three weeks-ever roads and than the reporters and photog-
through fields for more than raphers in the caravan of cars
2,000 miles. In the following behind the bus. Sometimes they
he teos what it is like. almost disappear in the cloud
of dust but they're always there
By DON HEEFNER and out with their cameras as
soon as we stop.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 9 (UP)- One of the most interesting
Driving a bus for tne Russian conversations I've heard was be-
farm leaders on their tour of tween Vladimir Matskevich and
midwest farms is the most in- one of the state college guides
teresting job I've ever had. along the way. The college man
It's a real experience to learn asked him:
to know these fellows as human ,What kind of birds do you
beings and see them relax and like:to eat?"
let their hair down In my bus "like to eatusage," Matkevch
between stops on their rugged i "Pork sausageMat ch
schedule. It's fun to watch the "said." is do you
reporters and photographers iWhat kind officialsho yk0u
swam all over the story. like? the toii you" Matskevich
A driver could work a lifetime I jto youM aei
and never run into anything like said. "Pork sausage."
this, M n.

We've rolled more than 2,000Ma lyn, DIM i
miles in three weeks, stopping I
at one farm after another in
four states from early morn- Is ile Damage SuitI


Ing to night. I'm sure we've
been plenty of places where
there never was a bus before.
We've gone over paved high-
ways, up and down dusty farm
roads and narrow trails and in-
to corn fields and pastures.
Once we went through a big
patch of weeds half as high as
the bus. It felt more like I was
running a boat than a bus.
The air-conditioned bus is a-
bout the dnly place where the
Russians can relax. They keep
up a terrific pace. I don't know
how they do It.
But they keep smiling even on
some of those 110-degree days.
I think ; they're just as eathusi-
astic--maybe more so-'. t i* a n
when they started.
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hrave a au se e over hi Cu t A sometimes teay sngl wien una er u
Nisez ah re ai heU-te-worldt. we're riding. Sometimes they Miss
thed o his i ent as an abo ut-el drm beating, sing Russian songs and in Iowa here fc
actor to devote himself to the en- the state college officials got other t
gintering firm whith he founded i Gene Evans, star of Fox's tele- them to singing the Iowa Corn without
som, years ago. But when an act- film series "My Friend Flicka," Song and Sweet Adeline. The
or says hes retiring don't bet and singer Patti Powers, a four- rest of the time they talk or a
on it. year twosome, definitely tie the rest. Har
knot before winter. She resigned I can't understand a word of
To mark her coming of age in as vocalist with Harry James' Russian but I still enjoy it. Will
the movies, Margaret 'Brien gets band when a road tour threatened They're always asking ques-
a full-screen kiss in RKO'sto separate her from Gene. tions and taking notes. Once Be
"Glory." It comes at the happy in& awhile when some local peo-
ending of her film with John, Biff Elliot didn't excite the NEW
Lupton. critics as Mickey Spillane's tough ov. A
Mike Hammer. ow he's off to andle edov th
A Sheridan, in front of the fresh start-as a small townB ,e C will be
cameras again for "Come Next MINISTER-in "Good Morning,wilelectio
Spring," can't understand all the Miss Dove." fr A Ar hUv vlb of the
mystery about her residence in g un l hi. the
Mexico City. Suzanne Dadolle, the Parisian him.
She stillmaintains an apart-model who was linked with Clark MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) "abll
meant there for six months out of Gable a ew seasons back, will e BMEMPHIS, Tenn. (Up)t ea "bilith
each year and says drag the nminks for movie fur de- Bcomposer Willard Rbinson the him to
"There's no mystery to it. It'sser t composer Willard Robinson the him to
heesigner 'Al Teitelbaum's August 1r "forgotten genius of American ty in
where I relax and have a whale showing. She' s now the highest- CADETS LEARN ABOUT SWITCHBOARD-Cadet William A. music today." nr a
of a retfl time. I've always paid model the U.S. Altman, of Balboa. sets up a SB-6 switchboard during a Signal Pastor thinks Robinson, of Sa- pub
wanted to live in Mexico and I Corps.ROTC summer camp field exercise at Camp Gordon, Ga., lina, Kan., will one day be "as "But
intend to. nd more timethere. Tony George, who was bei while Cadet Richard T. Asherof looks on. Altman is a student great as Stephen Foster. id"
People me leter o criti-groomed for stardom by Fox until at Norwich Univerit, Northfield,Vt. "t's got to happen." Pastor
cism- saying that I wed.it to my he was stricken by a mysterious said. "But I just hope he gets a ign,
aci I c4- little taste of it while he's stillP tas opN
countI toi emrin in the United virus, is resuming his acting ca-I little taste of it while he's still dide
States. People should mind their rer in "Three Bad Sisters." Tele- e to eno it he in s hisass
v u s ewers w remember him s il late 60's now." d r
Future Love Lucy" plts willVivian Blaine's romantic interest Robinson, who used to conduct has d
tao uHey'llad f"lotsem backTwo." aRtB an we uh Boom In U se O f O il o n wah used to conduct has
tak te Ball ad Desi Arnaz n "Those Two." the "Deep River" program on ra- and t
grto Eund heoy'll film back- cureu c fr. t dio. composed "Old Folks" and that a
gro s r the show in e rFrance Hollywoods l over, the i "Cottage for Sale," which Pastor He
and Switzerland next spring. preview click of "The Night Holds e o "i ht. swingit
-- Terror," a movie made by uAn-i called "fair hits." sin
drew nd Virginia Stonde bfy only But Pastor said Robinson has lican
drew and Virginia Stone for only o other "wonderful songs that come swing
After working with James Dean,$76,000. They shot the film from' thae pirgt trit of swing
in "Rebel Without A Cause," J ba the billiard mroomo LONDON -(UP)-- Britain is on 'need about 0,000000 more barrels' right from e heart and he can't that
be e target for ntertheir home. The picture was shot the threshold of an il age" whichof oil per year fr industirl sell tem. comes
Bavieweys aWhen .unexpected rain will bring about another idustriali energy by 1964. recorded an album of them Hart
Deane afeeol Jim's stock line threateneds todelay au location revolution years before supplies of once, but it was on a. little label Mutua
tDe at1of t Jms was: scene, they re hoto a prior scene atomic energy become a m or "This demand will b e on the o promotion, and nothing hap- "Repo
Saet m t this was 'scato mention that rain was expected art of the power market, Sir entire petroleum industry, and it opened Pastor said answer
f*ar cry irn s ie Matre." Leonard Sinclair, chairman of Esso will continue to increase in future He said Robinson will sit at the Wheth
rV t .Furniture and clothing topped Petroleum, Ltd., says. make its proper contribution. But piano and sing song with titles critic
1 a atomicc energy will ot replace .il. such as "In Cotton Corners," He saic
Jan Sterling, anxious to welcome the list in a survey of 1500 "I He said the recent agreement nd coal i ln rthe foreseeable oi"futureThe Old Deserted Farm." "Thus- ment
the rk on Yankee Doodle soil,want" requests on "Queen For a signed with the British Cntral m th der Lightnin and No Rain" d been
won't linger for another Europe&ay. Day." The item money was 35th.s I e tic thorityra o thanout wwerme uiVeee -dr.L h i n N" a b
osenk se otheitem money was e5th. ricfe Au hority whereby Vo replace coal. It will supe -ment "In My Neck of the Woods." enson.
flieken w mee zuelan fuel oil ill replace coa l a e;t foped t e ri
'1984.." The big bird is due Octo- Greta Garbo bolted like a fright. the fuel for seven major power existing forms of power.
ber 1. ended Swedish rabbit whea Tennes. stations in Britain was an '"mpor-. "Thea t nd t
Errol Flynn is out to keep these Williams tried.to get her totant step" in that direction.. Ias t inustrial revolution SHOWING AT YOUR S
facts straight in his new attempt read a play he had written for her. British industry as been mov- :as founded coal, tomorrow's T AT RS T
i.in this direction for some prosperity will depend largely THEATERS TO

ingmeet the expanding market for someil
'Abbo and (osello Meel the Mummy' energy makes the outlines of theln e sn
'A N n C silo o te u approaching oil age very clear and-We
the LUX Tetr it will be many more years before' UMNMO LI G4,
e k .brro w a the LUX Theatratomic power will change this." Bsu.yGA]
The agreement between Esso I
and the Authority believed to be MOUNT HAMILTON, Calif -
the largest consumer contract for (UP) Star-gazers have discov-'
oil ever signed, provides for the ered another indication that the eAJAUIAGA'
delivery of nearly 30,000.000 tons millions of bodies in the sky areG "
fuel oil over a 10-year period at a woven together inm a vast and or *
1 price pegged to the price of coal.: derly tapestry of light and space.
"Our present and future sources the first fruits of a 75-year re- MA
of energy-coal, hydro-electricity, search program begun min 1947.- "'
atomic power, and oil-are more Lick Observatory here reported A
supplementary than competitive." They have discovered that the
he said. "There as a steady in- great benches of stars called "ex- CRa
crease in industrial production in tra-galaetic nebulae" are not scat-
Britain anc. a consequent increased termed in a random fashion over
need for power which coal is not' the surface of the sky as many
meeting and which is much too scientists have believed. W ed. & Thur. BlSack Knighti" We
near for atomic energy to meet.I Instead, there seems to be a gi-
"Last year, Britain's total ener-. gantic system of order and organi.-m
4Lconsumption was equal to ration throughout the universe, ac. PARAISO 6:15 7
.000,000 tons of coal, of whicheording to Dr. C. D. Shane. ob- "Harlem Globetrtter "
coal actually provided about 86 W1p erviatMy d actor. .
.- -.. ,e ,e b iw': neir muiamlmY's got 'em.. ,'---- cent and petroleum 14 per cent. In; : The Calitoria -scientists have
AND CO3TEL.LO MET THE MUMMY"... they've never 164, energy consumption w illbefouund the huge nebulae are dis- SANTA C1U1 6:15 8:
.bef s* cared... and you've never had so much fun... up to 21,000,000 at least. itributed in clusters and that there "Inside The UnderworM
-*"AbbotS and Coastlo Meet The Mummy" tomorrow at "Atomic power ini. years' time seem to be a strong tendency for
.UX Theatre... ther' funniest-by-far. laughs-for- will release the equivalent of about "' r ,trp of exragiaactic nebu-


LYWOOD, Aug. 9 (UPI -
tic accident damage suit
t actress Marilyn Monroe
i-husband Joe DIMagglo
ttled out of court today
;htly less than $1,000,
e Charles Griffith dis-
the case when advised of
tlement by attorneys.
A. Antinara, 35, a phya-
ucation instructor, accused'
[onroe of driving into the
his sports car in Beverly
n May 1954.
nora'a attorney, Fred
s, said his client took
-court settlement slightly
$1,000.
Monroe still faces arrest
or failing to answer to an-
traffic citation for driving
it a license.

rimon Says Ike
Lose In 1956
cause Of Aides


V YORK, Aug. 9 (UP)-'
Averell Harriman predict-
iat President Eisenhower
e defeated if he seeks re-
n because of "the failures
people that are around
aid President Eisenhower's
y to dis-associate himself
is associates" has enabled
o retain personal popularl-
the face of "an extraordi-.
wing away from the Re-
an Party."
t," the New York governor
when It comes to a cam-
it's impossible for a can-
to divorce himself from
soclates and a president to
* himself from what he
ne by his administration
he failures of the people
re around him..."
said, "The people are
ng away from the Repub-
party and therefore will'
away from the leader of
party" when election titne
next year.
riman, Interviewed on the.
1 Broadcasting System's
rters Roundup," refused to
r directly when asked
er he would seek the Dem-
d presidential nomination.
d he had "no further corn-
to make than what I've
saying. I'm for Adlal Stev-


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grab the ball (arrow) which has eluded the Dodgers' First Baseman Gil Hodges as he
tries to field a foul tip by tht Milwaukee Braves' Hank Aaron in a game in Brooklyn.


MIGHTY MAN LOU-Lou Groza, the Cleveland Browns'
great field goal kicking specialist, gives a lift to Lynn Mes-
senheimer, 14,-and Joyce Neely, 13, at the Browns' training
camp at Hiram, 0. The girls are members of the Cleveland
team's famed Majorettes group.


WATCH 'EM, UNCLE SAM!-A threat (in fact, two of 'em) to U.S. supremacy in the Wight-
man Cup international tennis matches, is this British duo-Jennifer Middleton (left) and
Dorothy Spiers. They recently upset a top-seeded U.S. team of Dorothy Hart and Barbara
Davidson in the Wimbledon, England, doubles tournament to startle the tennis world.


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NEt YORK, Aug. 9 (UP)-A dejected Casey ,avana V OftnrU
tengp hinted today that this is the weakest Yankee T .y
lub' eias ever managed but he insisted it's still --
trong enough to beat all the other contenders. NEW YORK. Aug. 9--(UP)-A
"I've nyr aeen such.poor hit- were off the road and, back home ond rame f a douleheaer
ing in all. the time ve been at friendly Municipal Stadium which was interrupted b a
ere." Stepgel sad. "The team again while Higgins listed ic -for-all fist fight on the
verage in arotmn.0 and the that the Red Box' chances are field-boosted the Cuban SugarI
hing ain't nothing to rave a- a good u anyone's." Kings within a haf-gae today
out, eitr, .But ban as evry- of second place in the Interna-
hing is, I still figure we -can In any case, the league's top tional League
at 'en all--f we start to play three contenders --' the White
all." .ox, Yankees and Indians-will Syracuse won the opening '
Stengers remarks came as the lead with their lefts tonight game of the twin bill at Has a
ankees, three percentage when they all send southpaws to na, 4-0 behind the three.h
points bti and the first place the mound in a common quest seven-inning pitching of Lvnn'
white sWx, were about to launch for first place. Lovenguth.
crucial three-game series with
he fourth-place Red Box, who Billy Pierce (1-8) is Marion's Syracuse was leading, 1-0. in
re only 1 games off the pace choice to face Bobby Shantz of the seventh inning of the second
themselves. Kansas City; Whitey Ford (12-5) game when batter Ted Kazanski
Marty Marion's pace-setting is Stengel's nominee to go a- of Syracuse had to duck a high
nite Bo,'looking for their first against Yankee nemesis Willard Insidetch by oseBracho,
victoryy in the last five games, Nix to (11-5) of Boston and Venezuelan pitcher or the 8u
Iso swing back Into action to- Score (10-94 carries Lopez' hopes ar Kings. Kazanski charged thi
ight against the Athletics after against Ned Garver (10-10) of mound and fought with Bacha
njoying thefsame day of rest all Detroit. mnd catcher Jose Montalvo of
mern league lubshington at Baltimor did yes the Cubans joined in. Both teams
rday. for a s hington s at twin-Baltimore rushed on the field to fight and
The 4iMeding champion In- i the order was not restored for sey-
dians, who are only a half- nly other A.erican league ac- eral minutes.
dKans, wzho are onlyahalf-nteo
game out of first place and still t
hae a big stake in the n- Only e gme was played voKazanski, Bracho and Montal HE BITARE.
matt race tteniselves, wiRlbe inthe major yesterday with vo all were ejected from the
w game. The Cubans then scored
trying to saap a three-game the Cubs beati the Dodgers, amglThe un in the seventh to station puro ses. Arc
losing streak w ea they -send 1-0, on Gene Baker's eighth single run in the seventh to te nds to do to ocky Ma
their rookie southpaw fireball- inning homer. Don Newtombe, store and push4d across
r, Herb Score, against fourth- who as wo 1 s, f three in the eighth to win, with
Ponupeyo Davalillo's two run
place Detroit tonight. ed his second defeat of the triple the bD lillos two run
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The lornda state LtWe League
baseball tournament began hle r e TEAMS W L Pet. GR TEAMS w l it. as
yesterday aespue tnreAts of seV- Brooklyn ..... 74 36 .673 Chicao ...... .
eral teams to withoraw because Milwaukee ...60 80 .545' 14 New York ...65 4 M A
an ah-vieg~o team was allowou to New York .... 59 53 .527 16 Cleveland .... 6 45 a "
compete i. the playoffs. Philadelphia .57 58 .496 191,j Boston ...... 3 46 .5 I
'1om Saribng, uv.jauo city rec- Chicago ...... 56 58 .491 20 Detroit ......s .59 .0541. o 1
reaction aamlstrator, declared Cincinnati ...52 59 .468 22V Kansas City ..4. 4 .41 S2
-a. least three o Athe wanie St. Louis .....56 60 .434 26 Washington ..39 69 .-81 2
teams woul- "pack up and go ,Pittsburgh ...42 72 .368 34 Baltimore ....35 73 327 2
home' ii lorceu to ply toe aU,-. .. .p a 37
ut the Iensacola eam ew a New York at Brookln N) Boston New ork (N)
bye for yesterday's competition. St. Louis at Milwaukee N) Chicago at Kaewas City (N)
un team wul nt haven to ay Cincinnati at Chca. o Detroit at Cleveland (NI
until today at p.m. when ia 1 Pittsburh at Philadelphia Ni' Washington at Balti. (T-N)
scneduieu to mee, tc wmwinner 0(
yesterday's game between tae Tal- iESTERDAY'S RESULTI ]ESTERDA--'- RFJILTS
iahassee an O tUlando teams. Brooklyn 00 000 000--0 4 1 (No games scheduled)
uvicials searches city orumanc- Chicago 000 000 0lx-l 6 0
es ior piuvisions to cover the sit- Newcombe 018-2 1 and Campa- SPARTAN COUR-SE
nation. Acting city attorney Rob- nella 18-21 and Campa- SPARTAN C
ert r. L.iy said the searcn aid
not reveal anything which would Jones 10-151 and Chiti. East Iansing. Mich. (NEA) -
-----w h Michigan State College Is building
bar tUe contest. However, he add- (Only game scheduled) an 1i-hole golf course.
ed it had been customary in the ____eshud n___ oue
post not to allow contests between
all-white and all-Negro teams.
The Pensacola team repr e-
sents northwest Florida, littleW. as Young Jim Des ones
League District No. 1. It won
district honors by forfeit when
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Ste is only other setback last bowed to Rochester, 7-6, after an, nal Zone, recent c Institute
ede eai nuMte 1l i at Brooklyl. rr i h *no utry winner of the Panama Canal Zone Returning this year to the Jay.
1dian Ju ne 12 at Brooklyn. M ontreal scored a run in theC o Cu r l ow n u -p1 b A e i
of Sam' l k he top of the ninth to tie and Te o mano
1hofcjbkj. 1 r rison jr.ITournament was won by LCDR Jimmy Des Londes of Balboa, will,'er of Santa Barbara, Caee tor.
own heeague hleaderstoJones helds RochestercamebackwithaW.RBoyett,dCommandingr Offs lC board oun e of Prn-American'd ru r-p C Junio n wlatbear's.,en iber.
e lea hhlad sto t si o run In the lastohalf to win. Of the USS PAIUTE. Boyett had ta-cruisers at Tocumen an4hber ion Whoa t seiat juniorcwams
athe ebven though they lost, the Dodg- od "- .. , a net score of 55 for the 18 holes. their way to Columbus, Georgfa youngest junior ever to win t
though they lost, the Dodg. to Buffalo, 8-5, despite a pair In the runner-up Spot- Sulli- where they will be met by Sandy JayceeInternational "C h a Am
are er continued 14 full games a- ohome runs tor Rodri- SEVERAL JOCKEYS, including n 8 to 7. Pat took over in theu wer at 6f Nat
aso head of the field. The loss for Bias Aguirre, Cristian Rebolledo last stanza with the score t I e van and
noW. Newoombe was thefirst of his ca- and Alejandro Ycaza, were sus- s....-a..and Sullivan took the runner-up sent this *rea in the 10th Annual as Gene rittler YeemJaycecs.
reer at Wrigley Field after eight Lou Ortiz hit a two-run homer ended by Juan Franco track of ullivan took the n n e t J e orAul as r
victories there. t icials over the weekend. PABLO BERNARD, Tul r sa., y w Mernin, Doug Sand ers, a'
iy then 1th Inning to giveRich-oaumsus, r ud The tournament was run t Fournament.
lar --------.ond a 4-3 win over Columbus, AGUIRRE, (Nerghton)-fourClass AA Texas League, under raise $50 to v hel the cot Merrns, Dou Sanders, and Tom
a a after Columbus had taken:a 3-2,4AnUy n adYanDoperation last month fo -
meets-failure to control mount the removal of a bone chip fromflyng Wes Young and Jimmy Young and Des Londes quiied Geiberger was the partner .o.
SDrawings .Held a n theopot a s t a e h Des Londes Jr. to the States to for this honor due to their ach.eve- -Op champion, EtUl
Srace. Atuirre was also fined $5 and is expected to be out for the compete in the National Jaycee ments in finishing on top in the re*' National Golf Day, last Jun .
I F r O phroy for not reporting that he w as season. Tourney t9 be held at Clumbus, cent tournament held over the a- Nash Motors will sapuly ach.
S C T Broadcast crossed by Andres Gonzalez (Sal- He suffered the injury while Georgia beginning August 15. vy's Rodman eourse-which play state team wWi a new ash Air
-y Spruce) in Sunday's ninth. fielding a pop fly, July 2 but re- The members were cut in force was made possible by Command- flyte for -s, enroute to Clu- bus.
TenniS Tlou ne Ycaza (Crown Pearl) -- .ix turned to action later only to find to ay the 50. cent entrance fee er Hudson, golf officer for the Georgia. They wil also. a spi or
Redns umy eets changed course on tirst th: digit still pained him. an by noon it was obvious that Navy, nd the members of E!k the qualifying night banquet; t
The drawing of Omphroy's d SOX- ankees. turn in Satuteday's first. Ycaza it is believed Pablo has already the goal would be reached Lodge No. 1 m14 led by Act gin .Ex- s the, champasip trollp
Singles Tennis Tourney was held drew a $5 fine for not reporting returned to Panama. The zig-zag layout proved a alted Ruler Tom Murphy. 'itn- and award $2,500 in Nash seho-
GB last night Erniesto M ta will that his mount, Concejal, in Sun- tough nut to crack for many of cial assistance for the trip was larships. The local team wif
GB open the tournament aat n t day's ft, had been improperly DAVID ROBERTS, San Antonio, the 65 persons who played. secured by local chairman J im to Miami where J.yce .sw
op- Earl E omphrt t ataoon i st o ig t saddled. The start of the r a e Class AA Texas League, was in Scores zoomed up over one hun- Des Londes, Sr. from Jerry Bren- talethem br yt.h
2!, at 4:30,. a-ternoon was delayed several minutes to the center of a big rhubard at dried in several cases. na art s ees and th a u tion
S. .. saddling adjustments. Con- aAtonio, July 31. Inaddition to the iernd on s and the
11' All plav fntic Side The crucial American League eja Trainer, Memaldo Di az A groundspeeper's a ct io in runner-ur trophies there were Golf e' tle .In
14 A drew byes and thl l matches are contest tonight pitt.ig Boteon Ws also meted a fine of $5. turning on the lights without the spot pr ses of golf equipment. These three junior goler will tropolltan at m al
20.7 scheduled for Sunday mornln against New York at Yankee Brauio Baeza (Don Grau) authorization of the umpires start- Winners of theses prizes were be mating their talents with nit.. cm" ore Ior6 at-
22, Tomorrow afternoon Ernesto P' Stadium will be broadcast over four meets-forced Sierra Velluda ed the trouble that produced a pro.- Max Browning, Bill Dickens and the best in the rt-eight sates, tempting to qualify than a th
25/2 nate will play Cecillo Douglas at the Caribbean Forces Network wide on first turn in saturday's tested game. Jim Leard. Jim Ball took high Hawaii and the Ditrict of ( olum- et comparable event.
4:30. Thursday at 4:30 Ellis Coats (CFN) tonight by the Armed fifth. In the first inning of a game gross with a score of 112. High bia at Columbus. Georgia in the. Typical of the commentso0 past
-will lay DanrSmith and Friday Forces Radio Service. The air- Elias Ortega (Empire Magic) against Fort Worth San Antoalfe net went to Berta Lutz in the play at thc national finals at the Jaycee champions is that of Gtne
at 4:30 Webb Hearne will play in will begin at 9:10. -six meets-took Espagirico and had the bases loaded with two Out ladies division and W. Henry a- Columbus Country Club course, Lttler who says, "Pleying oo the
Dan Smythe. Pompiio wide on the some turn when Roberts came to bat. j mong the men. Augusa 15-20. U .. Jaycee Junior Tornament
6 0 in Saturday's sixth. With a 3-2 count, Bob Milliken The lady golfers of Rodman gave me the tremendous amount
3 3 Sunday morning matches a Apolinar Reyes (Amat) -four was pitching to Roberts when the helped swell the fund by means As the host chapter, the Columne oespeence a that a young laer
an: scheduled with the hour to be rde meets bore in on Granero and arcs went on. of a cake raffle and by the sale bus Jaycees will furnish morningneeds, in addition to allowing me
SH a andevenin meals for the contest-I to meet the finest g group of uys
atal- determined later- Benito Char-vainty Duchess on the first turn The pitch was a fourth b a II of sandwiches and draft beer and evening meals for the canter o .. tr y" .okow gs
ntle- ris plays Monte Motta; Winston it. Saturday's seventh. footing in a run. However. man- ants, and te U. S.i Army at near- in the couS ry. wno knows but
Yearwoodplays CreslinGuardia MAJOR LEAGUE LIADERS -. fager Tommy Holmes of Fortl O hby Fort Benndmg, will futhernre ayb Sandyor Jkle.Wesley
Dunn plays Achilles Petite I E PRES EBOLLED 1do meets orWorth claimed the lights had been o t efs housing and make all their rA mbet vicc-d
7 H_.. 1 unn O ldfield.tB -lreational facilitiesle to s area may be the victors this
and Carlton Taft will play Cyril, daisrespecting paddock juage, and turned on illegally. reaona2 facilities golfae ,to t an.Sam Snea d or
7 1 Oldfield.Bsdon30ofiila bs refusing to carry out remaining After a conference among the om 200 young golfers, c ost year and the am Sneads or Ben
7 0 (Based on 300 official at bats) ridingengagements after J 0 e's umpires, the pitch was nu lifted. ree.an f tomorrow. Good lck
om- Matches scheduled for the LEADING BATTERS Fiddimg, wA%,h Rebolledo up, re- Roberts grounded out on batting duou tournament l an g going boys.
La- coming week will be published fused to star in Sunday's second.over, and San Antono manager In boxing Heavyweight chal- e aruous
and later. All matches will be played NATIONAL LEAGUE Rebolledo, evidently irked at Don Heffne- then filed a prot longer Archie Moore say h will be broken up by sever ban-
(9). at Omphroy's tennis court at No .Joe's Fiddling iractiousness,I Fort Worth went on to win the weighs 199 pounds after sparring quets and sight-seeing tours.
er. 93 P:'venth Avenue, San Fran Player and club g ab r h Pet. barged into the jockeys room aft- game, 9 to 5. League president two rounds Sunday. highlight will be oofe
co de la Caleta. anci 'nella, BkIn. 86 320 60 107 .334 er tac race and announced tnat he Dick Butler subsequently disallow- In tennis: Art Larsen of San three of the nation's top protes-
9 2 Ashburn, Phi. 104 400 64 131 .328 was through riding for the day. ed San Antonio's protest. Leandro, California beat Vladi- siona.national s ex
0 -0 Special invitations are made Post, Cin. 111 441 83 140 .317 Asked by paddock judge Ovidio mr Skonecki-a self-exiled Pole The Jaycee International is ex-
WO- to Gil Gonzalo Garrido and Snider, Bkn. 107 391 95 123 .315 Alvarez it he had been hurt or VIBERT C L A R K E Charlotte -in five sets to win the German pected to hve all the spirit andST DA 75
ock Jackie Perera Theubl and Klus'ski, Cin. 110 434 81 136 .313 was feeling ill, Reboledo replied Class A South Atlantic Leag u e international championship. drama of the "National 0 p en" LAST DAY! .75 .
(9) so Invited. public is al- that there was nothing wrong, and failed for the fourth time to gain In soccer: Russia's Spartak this year. It is o-sponsored by the :30, 4:45, :45, 9:!0 p.m.
Wo- _AMERICANLEAGUE when informed by Alvarez of the his sixteenth victory when he lost team beat an English club. 3-0, U. S. Junior Chamernd their *
son. probability of a suspension if he 5 to 1 decision. to Columbia, last before 80,000 fans at Moscow. merce, Nh Motors and t GLENN FORD
S' alie, Det 108 425 96 14 .351refused toride, Reolledo week. Nati Golf Foundation ANNE FRANCIS, in
7 4 ;.,. \ Power, K.C. 108 421 67 134 .318 clearing to the official t3h at he of the season. GOLF ars ndy Compny heBLACKBOA
etki Smith, Cleve. 109 439 85 138 .314 "would not die of hunger" in the G
ret; Kell, Chicago 91 307 33 96 .313 event he was suspended. ITOMMY HUGHES, Fresno, Class A strapping 17-year-old from
an- Rebolledo further screamed at C California League, fanned 14 Duncan, Oklahoma, has won the JUNGLE
ton, HOME RUNS Alvarez that if t h e blankety- batters in his 6 to 2 win over San National Junior Golf Champion-
,O blank" stewards summoned him Jose, July 30. ship. .ROOM O ,/, T
SSnider, Dodgers ........38 to appear before them he would The game drew 2131 paid, Fres- Bill Dunn beat Bill Seanor of OMO
d Banks, Cubs ... .... 37 not be going. no's largest crowd in the p a st Bakersfield, California, 3-and-2, .
KluSzewski, Redles.... 36 It would seem that he got off Lwo seasons, in the final at Lafayette, India-
( |s Mays, Gioants ........ lightly indeed. Hughes, a big favorite in the na. Dunn was even par for the By BEANS REARDON AT 9:00 P.M.
Mathews, Braves....... 29 California loop, is the strikeout 16 holes they played. In the 24 Years in National League
Post, Redlegs ............ 20 EDUARDO GASTELL (M onte king of the league. morning semi-finals, Dunn beat Written for NEA Service SN E A K
Rouge) two meets crossed --- Dick Foote of Santa Ana, Cali- 1N A .
RUNS BATTED IN stablemate Blakemere at start of ELIAS OSORIO, San Angelo, fornia, 3-and-1, and Seanor ell- QUESTION: With a runner on
Sunday's tenth. i Clas C Longhorn League. w as minated Phil Rodgers of San first base, the batter hits a home U R EVIT i7
Snd, Do s .. 1 --- third among the circuit's hitters Dleo, 2-and-1. run into the left field seats. The I R VI ,
Banker, Cubgers ...........0 PERSIAN COUNTESS was sus- up to July 31, with a .397 BA. -- runner from first base injures his
Ennis, Phill es .....-. 90 I ended for 12 meets for finishing Elias had 30 roundtrippers and ankle between first and second, I CINEMASCOPE.
Jps Ennis, PhRed les ..........- last, 15 lengths behind the winner 103 RBI's. FOOTBALL cannot continue. What happens?- dm
5 6 a Jensen......... 8 in Sunday's tenth. The Countess, Ed Oswald. I | THURSDAY'
S0 Mays. Giants ........... 86 which recently has become a con-I PEPE OSORIO, Carswell,7 Class Coach Curley Lambeau -ays |
3 0 Boone, Tigers ........... 86 firmed "in-and-outer," beat a sim- C Longhorn League. was pounding he'd be glad to take the College Answer: A new rule this year
0 01 ilar field by four lengths, in her the ball at a .355 clip to be ninth All-Stars into a full season of permits a substitute when the
S4 RUNS previous start, three weeks ago. Ibest hitter including games of Ju- professional football coinpeti- runner hurts himself in a man-.
10 Mingo (Sunday's first) and Joe's lv 31 tion. ner to a base to which he is Ie.
I10 Ialine, Tigers .......... 9 iddling were suspended for eight Pepe had hit for the circuit 18 Lambeau says his All-Stars gaily entitled, as on a home run
Snider, DodYers ......... 9) meets each, for refusing to start. timcs and pushed 95 runs across are as big as the average pro or an award Lf one or more bases.
20 Mantle. Yankees ........ 90 Other suspensions-for poor per-, the plate. club, and may be a bit faster. But
Mays. Giants .......... P5 form ances--were El Regalo andi he is worried about his players' Q. Who is the best doubles hit.!
S2 Smith, Indians .......... 85 Arranquin, two meets; and Vain P.... r;aJ t$A lack of experience. Lambeau says, ter in baseball?-Charley Fitsger- K l
S 7 Darling. Jai Alai, Patriotica, Si- Y r f 1 0u jl -"We just don't have it, and aid.
0 HITS arena and Sedur, four meets. the heat hasn't been giving us A. Stan Musial he has lead iw
4 Taboga got two meets off forE | rl 33ll any breaks in getting it. We're both leagues four time la the
S0 aline, Tirers ......... 149 being scratched after deadline. F r UnintnilOnally behind schedule right now." last 10 years. I
Kuenn. leere ......... 141 -u The All-Stars scrimmaged the _________________
Post. Redleos ........... 14l 1 CLYDE PARRIS. Montreal, Cg l|,An |h-- Chicago Cardinals Friday, andL '
i15 EOiRD wwECK R --n- .th. Indlans ........ 138 Class AAA International League, is JUlIIing Onll Umpire beat them, nine to six. However, | J I IU I *
RoECRDWREKER San Bell, Redlegs ........... 1;7 back in the lineup after having the All-Stars are considered un- AJ.mII
elsinki in 40.8, f PITCHING been sidelined recently with an in- NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 9 (UP) derdogs in their regular game N A
1 record. aali this year, t (Based on 10 Decisions) As of Aug. 2, he had hit safelyBarons received a $50 fine yester- next Friday night at Chicago.M
12 Hungarian did 3,000 meters in 110 times, blasted 12 homers, driv- day and a 10-day suspension for
S3412 .55. Hungand didthe 3,0two-mileters in . T. W Pet en in 53 runs and was batting .301' "unintentionally's spitting tobacco Elsewhere In sports: T R W 11 I_ Today Encento..1 15
8 8:33.4, both under world marks ewcombe. Dodgers ia 2 .,n to be among the top ten hitters juice on umpire John Lockamy. In baseball: The Cincinnati D ,-on 't a Tughu. "a WAHOO! 15W
23 8 ba Byrne, Yakees ..... 10 3 769 of the league. Charles A Hurth, Southern As- Redlegs have sold outfielder Joe oethe o0 Sat u othr Humphrey Bogart, i
-2 vW.n"S'' *...*** 19 4 .714 sociation president, said Hamilton BrovTa to Oakland. Cincinnati day from r Tnchituo Asth'mn wit ut "SABRINA"
4On The Alleys... "rskine,Dodgers .... 10 4 .714 PAT SCANTLEBURY, Havana, started to protest a ruling made bought Brovia from Oakland try gn. .t-.-Me sp John Payne, in .
On The Alleys. ord, Yankees ...... 12 5 706 Class AAA International League, by Lockamy when tobacco juice last month as a pinch-hitter, swcientif PAmerieanrlboito worksTRIOL
3 Meeting of the Paci osmo- ad won nine games and lost five "unintentionally" fell from Hamil- but he got only two hits In 18 through the blood. thus reaching your _
Meeting of the Pacific Cosmo- up to Aug. 2. ton' -- mouth oil the umpire.i trip. Mends en W oIeN ftstutq .YO UthMrt sTwy"I DE L It 1
poltan Mixed League will be IMPORTANT MONEY Pat picked up his ei lth win, Lockamy in his report of the in In basketball: Bask etball eai.-a L6 9Aature *a rL *
held Wednel suday at 7:30 p.at. Al .uly 31, when he beat olumbus. cident said the "tobacco juice"I coach Btster Sheary has quit at move thick i. mucu. _. "Hawk of The Wilderm"
O1 Diablo Clubhouse, August 10. All Oceport- N. N .- (NEA( to 1, in 12 innings. He h a d incident was unintentional. Holyo Cross. saying the coege' mote ftree ea ri"tpne arW 5 Wan6
I old members ane askedtoabott ,td;. .than half the money wa I pitched a shutout uo to the ele-f Hurth said the penalty would turned down his request for whesing G. A, I
nd ar y i nie to omesr to t be y ee at Monmouth Park na'sediventh frame. His ninth triumph have been more severe had Hamil.- morb pay. aheary's team won the v ia. Get M a from your ru GJ. WAR .
areInvited tocometothemeet-' ^!$1he $l $50 and $10 mu- come in a 14-ir-.:n game with Co-ton spi t on Aleumtthe umpire intentions'National invitation and. q t .... A todayivar ^* lS`h much ^1tt I.EWu
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' l19S8. so she was due or the witness testified today that be went to the window and looked in.e an." all ld .he tM alone tmp.Mhd ,s mT ': TO TmCAMA.
inevitable glasses, mustache saw Sgt. James C. Galagher mis. Thet saw Gallagher picking the Pete sald that a short #te lat- Gi_. seaIveral ias it i S ""id of look st.n
and whlskels drawn by somne treat two fellow American pris- man up "very roughly," Pate said. er Oall per went back tothe- nlip and .cIt Umpto 'Td itw1 locO
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we iher title at Las Vegas,Nev. them to their deaths in the sub. "e brought the i, up to, looked al Th ae he during the t,." a ,.ue adgddttA rom over the woddC a t
zero,.cold, "it body, slung him over hbI s him upad trKow ou tie aspaiedGalaher ,hatI seeahe. Iut.l4nCamglmorrowrn artetmh
.I Oftne Doe Ad.ams, 27ofC shoulder and took him over to racks der, the wIless sami. about it? Mind y Own dr m et w Raher o hheb o o o- .
tinwood,Aabama,b a Ys.i ng at the iaeer and ang im np," Pate said he later was a mem- business." one huge cache of gold bullion m'
iP **i I ,Gallagher's cod martial on' the witness said. ber of a detail that took th ndisaftdiver ba is den in a
Lichares of murder ud collabo. "What did he hand him on?" victim and several other bodies to. allagher told hhi, lhe said, that cavern IA Mexico, she said.
,,>_I,, j rkt tlg wI.t the Commuml.st, trials counsel Maj. J. J. Jenkins 'Boot Hill" for burial. he was not worried because he _. ... .
said tthe 23-year-old Brooklyn asked.. "I would have guessed him to could always plead he acted "un- Tholy eZtmtstin*re*
soldier'dumped the two dying lhave been 18 or 19 years old," der dure." by her story It week that jOInf.
ai S imen through barracks do01'r "A. peg-a steel peg," was the Pate said. "He was bearded, "I told him if I lived and he gold and wetl. burled
'id- : a, l "like a bartender bouneang a reply. .starved, nothlnk but a sack of lived, I would see personally that nearCop ,4:ciU, SanMAute-
drunk." "Desribe what you continued to bones." he was hung." nIo, s-oR. Ri' Cl-
v- |e sid ||o "The two victims were identified see," enkna s gsaid. I. The witness said that when he He said Gallagher "Just sort of "n 'n i "*'Te was by nit'
Sa ^ Ai^AV ~ Tc ausceij won..> "Gallagher stood there and buried the body to a frozen Ko- laughed." two *orld *or 1 T Va an
Sbnetvw an troit and Clt Donai Thooaa laughed at the man aand s 'God'rean hillside, he made a promise Jone's mother came here at her anwoo aWd out I na
'- iBaxter of Waukon Iowa damn it, when I tell you to move, "to myself and to my God," that own expense from Detroit to find mlnae detectr and._
S The incidents aflIegdly occurred ht's what I mean' I turned a "if God would permit me to come out for herself what happened to scoured the u -Mt The sound of Pmiim er
-u' o e .. ain prisoner of war camp number w and got sick to my stomach." back home alive, I would see that her soa me n de Ing. recorded on tape fdr p. lble
GNVA, Aug. 9 (UP)-t Au- fivepin Pyoektong, North Korea, in Did you get a good look at man was paid for. I'd see that the of the.mani te Ae.iMn In use on a -televi0tn sn,
thoritatlve sources said F february, 1951 this man who was hung up?" Jen. man who killed him was brought At the prosecution's request, she the "wi" "Monitor," which or.ts n
tl,. between th United 8au A Adams offered his dramatic.' kins asked. to justice." idenUfled a photograph of her a network in NewW or
and Communist Chisna have be- tamy in the sxth day of the "ve seen a great may dead Andwho Is that man?" Jen- son. Asked beforeand if she To further substantiate her Twoyoum NBC-TV me, Mar-
come deadlocked on the l -sue court martial, Jones'-mother, Mrs. men nd that man was dead," k asked. would break down under the strain connection with Villa and Jis vin Camp & .id DanS Bobol, a r
freedom for 41 American detain- Loretta Jones, and his sister,-Mrss PUte jd empatica.. "you. him right there, Gal- of tesifying, she rep : army she named a friend lying combining a week's vacation with
ed behind the Banombo Curtain. Zenith Tucker sat in the court- cso.ld 11a by the set of his eyes liXer, _Pate said. "No. rm all cried out near here wh knew her when wort as "talent soouts f
Bat the ambasaorof the two room staring tentl, at the witI .. reserved with Villa. sounds." Oi5mp, .who' works
n s, wo net here fou nes, ther ps set The friend, Efrain de Is Vega, NBC News. and- E b veitd
time, awreed.to continue th"ei At ae post in his testimony ailor, served from 1909 to 1913 Dept., became fase ted with
aitots to find a solution to the Adams left the witness stand and' under Vl1a. ,sonds ie a ritler'.
problem. stooped to the courtroom floor in He confirmed she was head of whistle; native folk m a
A U.. spokesman said Aer- demonstration how Gallagher a th a e women's forces an that she the Panama Canal ek hotel
ican AmAdCor lU. Alexas John- legmedly picked his sick and groan Was known as "Ventina." w swingil upon, so e be's ben re-
Jon (Czecmalovakia and Chi-ing vietms from the barrack. heMexian troubadors composed cording like mad stian he rri.
nan (Poland)iwe e unable to Adams testified, unde- question n ame ow4 the.i Is all aidg 8 bol is involved In thei alesa
glreet a tonhour and 20 minute in by assistant trial counsel Lt. i dMexio, he seend of TVy, Ian$ Sn ally- 1 -
emaimoe ymsterdas on Chna's de- Evin B. Drucker, that le was in n A b tel& stantsated ar so- preaod with n olorul
for return of several a room next to the one in which' o oId, JWas sad er audio-poblla.
aSed shines -en r Gallagher, Adams and Baxter n in exas and Mexico but "Monith ',"which la hear
theo. Attd "tea to .the Cn, were quartered. I .tAe'idn't o Mcty WSeky '"eom ero the
m n. a s t r The tw betwa lt e i o a 4it dnea ".If I hkne mornhe rti'th flti s n
t .Waroosa Ixamnams 1 e s on o. id drv ve'do Ra t- S $,, m,,,t, tr ns ,l


Thelw a-mbssador isue ahr e y pdam aseMtaon w ta es a
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SSrdfl, t a en areea staar rn eg from dysente ary iets a- ol 0 yA s
He siaM they wieUa t..ae up Hoe fe. ua b the ue af e o ae, Te. -e 55 hi
aet' problem attheior not himself Wasina similar condi. m i oAs W Think a Htea oel "n
teing tomorrow. ti s, Adams otef ani h b n ere, they felt it wa s b f r
Te two ambassador Issued 9, A key prosecution witness aat' N -LIS.Minn.A-, u.9also to review -I brief tih ;
n which sad merely they 1 edar he smam hew defendantgeata Wte otfi e n o0ar 80 shouel d recordedat S hous talk bY na
co eringa ndae emo. helpless, starved U. S. war prison- n Cthe r wre only er bor inwh e a ma'se Foreinn Ministerpi Octav
re O f ciann -ad re to death for refusing to get out h an r d 0nsuranceer t Fabrega expla trl g in dbrlct what
he sidered no other se of the wayan the treaty will ean fr Pan-





sides hae agree would" have On ea.,gowthprocst.stemonytine e Ray- BaM 0ifMrs SOM heaod Der to *a*% Ak Jrl^dgIL-am, ad c^p-----te
the detLs of their dyaut. ha. he fulfillment of a four-ye tr-old i e psentate. 3u 4 HBt BrhffuI e ric-" he ,- amilyeconomica bureau the new aeem nt.r
io tnhatnoldfr lag punihet back n the U.S NEW YORKn Aug. 9 (UP) N- Ma e reach dthe 100 mark, the cmp- nl TheTVmenwhoareua o
theblitchi.^nthenegotiationspr o mise "toemysenlflhnd toeo yeDaYIS, R. T. Price.- ,- elP R.It habum L rracerW aJ. Yard.. p iferInsurance Co. sad of the at Hotel El Ponams, hinted t




mgm uonarfor tb cause he could alwa le P la th se rondenReca Drivng Aw rds ny sad i com t Pam in
v Chinoa srefuss to eptr llte, whogd said he himself near-ged,' es l 1 a the lephaet 00e hd o naothert wprogramcte



th C hinese student in ndup e name nobody knows Gaapr's ero at en Bel ro Safe driving awards have been been evolved in a accident DEROIT, As. 9 (P)om- Cam ne enrprises alated to
United ates. a H ore t t a c or fn t Ar a resented to the 34 chauthfeur which caused personal injury or eraderlI may soon end aong leave by APA tomorrow.


Tohthe i Uedta e nsmtmp sel Gallagd there elier Ied d t ffere te 34employed by the Health Bureau damae to propertyproce Michian leionaires.ui
lbes tofComm rlst rle "e adu huer .h-mod of -Keaidhwasnotonra ab o wI wod beeen n a ecthdim net or w tD
hihe o ahies a ae aca rs wra r t on a couer on ees i aroIng Zoe Health Director. Not all the drivers could be con.der a reso ton to bar the
that a third party interview all he dumped the lifeless bo- different lines FBI arre.t-. T p resent iaton .s mai nuee t hole ceremony because worde. "comrade" because they WEDNESDAYd. AUUST 10
4,00t-,add students Im lan soe t the dy outdoors In the snowU.., te MiWnOAu9(e Thetr.h eu lnme had been on night feel the Russians have apro- HIGH PLOW

utn dteriant oothslrefor h dtW e icad a no t eee, sCBo ee a i t gfothe fe ardet1 aod Uo-a.l a obotule a5o ropertay BoiA nn n.heelev.isionqymsaid
d id "nomadio .... .. o eh r rtctednuydrtar-Is .rtaoIuw"hnMytoewerehSe Drivi Aw ard
onallats, ware d- e- from i*- sla iadhim Pate lnhmeemwrhel n_ DjUCoroeal Hospital, e
mthatanted areMy o v.thie m ste dstied mtheldfen dale..e fab s are tB ares- as to aueurs.swh ihc Palo Seco lieprosartum..tw
tn oot hasmoen asth msae tnes" H e t anscrgthn tler Dreng the presentation, Bruce The safety record chalked up

he a nyc taken o stm A : kcIk a d tsthous nred. a I think arh p. to f eml expredheealt purea auon doa gethpe Health Bureau during the t.ihaPg$l
to subad t to commu- Later, Pate srda under dre.tc took from hi best friend aid hthe men for the Rood record and past few years has been note- "
toamtoonhe sat undoer aide drove from Royal Oak, Mich., to ltr Ches c0.sontinuedlactivee a nworthca
I ntorCsources here ofa a paung him woelorn-arsdnrtcsAwal l uta coapl e oN. viewearsago 7 aHe althi red actoe ar tchpo ld
i tle 1niL d States has re-ieamudo and heard Gag lagher "ag tion r all Healtnh Bureau emr- In 1903, the Bureau won the s ra"
thata thirdt.e L.t ins here, .to l per- n b t e oh mer sd te t ell a es e Mitchell get $50 on the pro-r e lo- .n te sfety.apr oerem. _eirp a Gnu omvernhorPread deent Annitl the u
est to be subJecnt d o Commtunn oheclu he Rd in o,. raeS. dMi e t aces a $ o0soble five For at least two years. not one .thy Trophy for a 55 r c-at Ht
orto accent any for- triationprogram would succeed year Jail term and 000 fine ff e 3h chauffeurs,.who drive improvanent of itf accident .re.
uieth caswrol ony A the jailers were to "gat convicted. rehn rom ambulances to quend rate for the prev ous 7
Pnpingd rg- rd of Pate and his stubborn trucks and fog machines, has three years.
PGraier, livin abroqmd. q,19z1e111Lctiortnar id.es." ae anitportHpa l
d.Mhee"e '.t s dtem aLast year, the Bureaus aim-
"h .Ms -"Gal ""gr 1To F1td Wif Loses 40 lbs., 19 per cent.
DThe witness said he was thrown -- fy d
ib solitary confinement t wice
mn&and finally wound ups.vt serv.Itin saetn-oatnrfrtlndg a CHC A s. ow mr i in h 7p h Estate Valuesp
r at hard labor fa r balking at r Lillian Korzea, who slimmed down married in 193?.
.-.-sbi in-washing and escapIng once. frm 190 to 150 mhbnds in en at- Mrs. s worsen countered with n re S In 1th4.
en other men also were pa tempt to win back her husband, separate maintenance suit. -
unist mark, he said. today for "interfering" with her heard 'io e original l e lth B rit on a at real estauI in i9 ah B e awn e
,trdono Ga., appeared at tlhe Mrs. Koten char In a cir- zen to lose weight ave her ation increased by m
'alrt ao the second week of theftR= court petitoan cs at her hue- until Sept. 27 to lose at oaSt afe0ty Trop f rast 5er-aci
taogamherw court mar- o 4roeMichael has tailed to pay pounds a madeatreNfr
doilaed charges of the "upremw "lerm awd support money to In contempt petition, Mrs. iAsslatio of Assessin
t narted" mders of three fellow her off her diet through ore charged her amsband was The increase was not a arv
rndfcollabotration. sfrat ion and worry. '175 i arreaf og sahipport money .a some other recent rs.l
NGllaghner ,sat expm essionl s' y act-em came as Mrs. for her nd her two children, and however."
reugh Ptate's dramatI tqatifa MoIrnd, a merry-red ir.unette, that ae up.
Swn a she suc Mw. was increase was 3.
lg ndatesli wtabtd the ad s h udoe's in- ha about her d.I,. which she cent aove 195,f, the study
el eely andu. woerain s trt.a. e to lose 40 peands. i ex~t birke g her down to 1v3tletlerh a b everalng off coe
his eyes. Hable dat.Her efforts at a rewbelliation mad Cins3a. with the three previous
asi to M s fese capn appeared to be losig ground. "It ha.s. changed my whale apn. 3I, real estate vanes oses '
thatthe. aee though alas.i e sad t y outlook on .er ., oer 152, for example.
enote herment alsws em phe swnbad her husband o o..separathe sma. oan d Isuit.
be witnessed occurred n taskept d a court order requiring Juke di *." Sa rites and counties
,.pin. camp No. him t r. S the51 it eartd abeig jump- y
temarkhe Tadcafo "e rfer dg ebardwori n al u sbitoad,'o ral the average showed a
Pa e n s atds w ere st an dl e T o sw s p ost 'a e d dnt crave stability,' the a stoan
a ,apcea when inside Ie Mrsand u nt hre.Itoo sewi t H g eh
a say tG'a the k el cretimintatlbfr t Se p7 1at lps40ow ,.a
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