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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00838
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miedal6i tto whic hebelong-
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One -
David KanteR,i sslstant stage
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Isa Mansu r anotherr actor ta
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who were in Canal
schools la*-yesf and
Magred residene from
t ltamus to the other
completed- Ngitration
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Virgnia ft Dmott work- I- -- ..a. y att .L
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te Isthmuin as a ftre- or Rlamsiao. the-0iW S.
man with the Maintenance Dl-t s -could
newa trmas wmd to the rld uaum iE .-
Locks Division in 1M4 d.ad for
several years. was S8ipedntend- Bar tm fi a
ent of the Oats 4u--Seoto lr- I RVY ..
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affairs on. the Isthmus a004 I, l .
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fip Canal Zone Departmuent of -All Too N -. ,
the American X ,n eM .
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-This picture of Samuel Grier.
formerly superintendent of theV
Motor Transportation Division, o f
wos taken last year when he was
g. the Isthmus and attended O f
the dedication of the monument
t01oI. George W. Goethals. The GENEVA, Ai
hlwas used on Motor Car, No. tists on both
1, -better known as the "Yellow Curtain welc
Pril," which was use4 by Col. gestAon by Pr
Oqwthalsand on which Mr. Girer that aiothei
was the motorman for many toms-lor-pea
year. The belt was taken from held within
the old French dredge Alexandre The Soviet
LaValley. It Is now kept in the by D. V. Sko
anal Zone museum In thea Civil the first to e
Auairs Building. reaction.
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SAged 71;

Drove Goethals

P'Samel OGrier, formerly super-
iftendent of the Motor Trnas-
peration Division and a resi-
4nt of the Isthmus for almost
40 years, died Tusday night in
Qjearwater, Florida. le was 71
aras old.
S-aW otf hai dead was received
S ent Robert B. OGrer, of
t hit., an employe in
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S Fring t early Can construe-
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goa" sBhops. In 1912 he was
de motormaT on the famous
L Pw peril," .the Panama, Rail-
jad motor car which was used
*tp Col. George W. Goethals.
Re continued in that capacity
from then until Goethals left the
Isthmus after serving as Gov-
He was transferred to the Mo-
tor Transportation Division, then
known as the Animal and Motor
T ansportatlon Division, as fore-
man in 1921 and wa ..ade gen-
eral foreman two yeatt later.
He was promoted to superin-
tendent of the DaVIsln in 1935
aMd served inth paaacity until
retirement 1 Uecember 1945.
r, and Mrs. Orier have made
i. r home in Clearwater since
L &i retirement, although never
."I ng their interest in the Isth-
Sasand Canal affairs.
H revisited the Canal Zone
year and were present the
iatoq of .the Ooethals Me-
-Some of his collections
Ssthals and the early Ltn-
r truction days wert rub-
ein an article of thJ special
mi C nal Review edition
oetd the famous Canal
der at the time the mouir-
t in Balboa was dedicated.
'c Mr". Orier hsd been in fail!n4
health for some time and his
SU, Robert, had onlyy recently
rqurune from a visit to Plorid-t
because of his illness.
in addition to his wife and
soe, be Is survived by a daugh-
k A, ss Margaret Grier. of Pul.
can rni". r son,
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Comedy tonay a sug-
resident Elsenhower
r international a-
cq conference be
twp. or three years.
delegation headed
ibelteyn was one of
*itpress its favorable
man said the So-
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speak at length
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he delegations from
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The President's proposal was
put forward informally yester-
day by Adin. Lewis L. 8rauGs,
chairman of the U. S. Atomic
Energy Commission, in a talk
before the American Club of Ge-
1ie noted that it was President
Elsenhower who suggested this
meeting and hoped another
would follow.
United States meanwhile
stepped up its atoms-for-peace
leadership by selling the first
commercial nuclear furnace.
Commercial sources disclos-
ed the Westinghouse Electric
Corp., has received a letter of
Intent ordering 'an atomic re-
actor for the vast Flat auto-
mobile works of Turin, Italy.
The order hinges on approval
of the American and Italian gov-
ernments and a supply of ura-
nium fuel. It is the first private
reactor deal of the atomic age.

POGO looks things pvor in his office in "C" Battery, 504th FA
Bn. With him is Sic Luis Pizarro, lst Sgt. of the battery.
(US Army Photo by Wfe Bob Conrad)

Pet Pooch Pogo Is Perfect Pup

The Okefenokee Swamp, where
Walt Kelly, celebrated cartoon-
ist, characterizes various animals
as humans is a long -way from
Fort Kobbe, but "C' Battery of
the 504th FA Bn boasts of a dog
mrhich la almost as human.
Ironically enough his name is
Pogo, he's an English Bull Ter-
rier that would catch the fancy
of even Albert the Alegator.
But Pbgo's life has different
twist for- he is a "king" who
lives In a palace compared to
the original Pogo's hideway.
Pogo vas raised in the desk
drawer of 2nd Lt. Richard Bird,
executive officer of "C" Battery.
It wasn't the high rent that
finally evicted Pogo either: it
was his size. Now nearly fIu 1
grown Pogo is one of the most
rambunctious pups yet seen.

Pogo la really quite a famous
figure around the 504th and un-
til recently he could most fr,-
quently be visited from 7:30 a.m.
through 4-30 p.m. In his office
in "C" Battery. Being a benevo-
lent pup, Pogo didn't mind shar-
ing his office with Capt. Thomas
A "C" Battery Commander
an his master, 2nd IA. Richard
Bird. But when they confined,
-him to Just one desk drawer Pogu
did what any self respecting Bull
Terrier would do; he grew up.
Pogo has accompanied the bat-
tery-on its maneuvers at Rio
Hate and at Empire Range. He
Wi used to the firing of the bat-
teries 105mmn howitzers and has
even been tear gassed. His mas-
ter, Lt. Bird, assure everyone
that Pogo "Just eats tear gas up;
4t seems to clear his head."
Bird received Pogo as a pre-
aent from a friend in Panama.
Bird's interest in dogs stems
'from his boyhood on a Kansas
ranch. He raised hogs as a hob-
by and worked. as a rodeo cow-
boy for a living. He has ridden
il Madison Squrd Gardea in
Mew York City and the Cheyen-
ne Rodeo.
The n sh BDomj er, com-
monly baned at At Bull was
orignally bred In-aSkland aa a
fighting dog. Th breed com-
Ulues e t ul m the bull
Zgw4h f$e agSlg the ter-

go-e p-Spl W
Pow.U i but,

BABuA lye

An American firm thus had eant, a surge of excin
won the first round of a brisk: thpagh the downtown Palate
competition of British and Its zposittons wp*re more than-
own U.S. rivals at Geneva's- in?,- 1i ira". 24 countries a f*e
dustrial atomic show. showl ei'r wares at a gu
But Britain strengthened i trade air.
bid for a place in the world a-- The FIat transaction, tradrof-
tomlo marketplace by.promlse flotals said, was.negotlat tdur'
ing to furnish natural utasium- Ig the opening days of- te a-
fuel for British-exported r- tome for peace conference.. -.
actofi In the 1960s. The officials said Prof. lit-
Sir Christopher Hinton, tan- torio Valletta, Flat chairman,
aging director of the SBritih A- handled the talks with Charlexs
tomic Unergy Authority's lndCu- H. Weaver, vice president of th
trial group, said this ur anm Westinghouse firm's atomic' ben
would be made available to those ergy corsmisalon.
who buy reactors for induptial If the order is approved..latL
uses. He did not set a price. would become the first mtorr
News of the Westinghou6 deal company using nuclear pdwet.

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'TO FAME Eghty-
-year-old ChiUo Grant claippm
Je hps one of the moat limprei-
A lwsapptaches on all the Kling's
I7al Rifles. The old soldier
V*da Winchester, England, be-
, a _itary career Ih i189'
Slefelt a year's retirement.in
1$14 to Aght through World
War L

Flier Schmid

Wants Custody Of Little Son
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Aug. 1thout a new life for himself and thle MN Schmidt's relationship with
(UP) .- Airman Daniel C. &Iondt. Childd" ,Afford Fine. legal or othuwle,"
whose wife married another man Welch said he planned to dis- he said. "The we l r .efthee
while he was sweating it outt in cuss with military authorities Ie- SchliNt child is our pri con-
a Communist prison revealed to- gal questions surrounding a 11o t- uideration."
day he will demand custody of meant checks sent to Una-s u m s
their two-year-old son, Danny Jr. which were d e d u ct e d from a-lch-aid plans w e not
The decision of the 23-ye t-old Schmidt's pay after she had mar- 'Irystahuxed" for cari)g lor Dan-
Air Force gunner was annoufted ried another husband., y Jr,, if Schpidt win s c.siody,
by hib attorney, Howard P. Welch, ot said the young airman-. h a s
who is handling his divorce action The' attorney indicated he did not "several alternatives."
against Una Secmidt-Fine, the presently, plan to raise adultery Schmidt's own mother, Mrs.
double married wife. or bigamy charges against the 21- Nellie Peters of Portlnd, Or e.,
Welch also- revealed his clint year-old woman, I has indicated she would be happy
will*have the WV le-hearted suip "We will not,go into details of to carb for the tot.
port. f Una's own mother, M r s. -
Walter Fergusoa of Red B I u f f,

1"The girl's mother Is on Dan's
side," Welch said. "Her sympa-
thies are all with the boy. She
doesn't like the idea of the airman
being left while in the service.
She believes, as we do that the
health and welfare of the child is
best served with the father."
He said Mrs. Ferguson had
promised to be a witness for her
son-in-law, if npeessary, to help
him win custody of the youngster,
but the nature of her testimony
was not revealed.
Schmidt was one of 11 crewmen
of a Superfort who returned to the
United States last Friday after 32
months in a prison in Red China.
He returned to find Una happi-
ly married to Alford D. Fine, a 21-
year-bld Sierra lumberjack and
preferring to stay that way.
Una revealed her marriage to
Fine after the Chinese announced
their intention to release Schmidt
and his buddies. She said she and
the logger were married in Sep-
tember of 1954-In the belief that
her first husband was dead.
Schmidt was officially declared
alive and a prisoner of war in No-
vember of 1954.
But the Air Force said it had in-
formed Una that he was "proba-
bly" alive as early as June of that
Asked if he were going to. try
to prove Una an unfit mother,
Welch said he didn't care to go
into that at this time.
"We do know the airmen can do
a better job of caring for the
child," he said.
"He's already proved he's a
man. He proved in prison he was
true to his country; true to his
buddies and true to himself. How
can you question the ability of a
man like that?'*
He added "Danny wants to carve


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j Sep regret
r tashe d atuas ansla a
r of the Untro il e t e
hUld rid hav be -, a
met e :o t. J W YORK. Aug. 17 -,P)-
s. --ey -soes $gt James C, Gala#'t an ed
IHwe eprPftl t.deaoy aain stmd-- en-tly de.

pe.. fired- rifles the uW y o Ko el
MW adhurtled, -a- -abMd had onl y thl
UiciinperasaS, "rigan lends then.
on. Two. ii kein- Bit*"SiIIred-haired

.in w. na MW murderd any of his e.4-

e building was besieged for
Lurs by thousands of angry In-
fPlile stationed in front of the
biding and on the roof used fl-
les and -tar gas to hold back the
demonstrators, who hurled, atones,
beat their breasts and abMoited
"hhot us."
The msob demanded immediate
ation by Indian police and-s l-
diers to protect the Sutyagrfhis
(peaceful nvaders) of Goa from
further violence by Portuguese au-
The rioters also demanded that
a government offices be -,clsed
today and that te Indian flag be
flown at half staff for 11 4ays.
The police commissioner Ilast
night issued an order prohibiting
any s m y or. procession
throughout greater Bombay fr
the next three days.
At Beganm near the Gua bor-
der, the Goa Liberation Commit-
tie .announced it has suspended
the lfberson atLempt for Ite
pResent ,
.Sympathy strikes were ide-
i. Ocowds roamed dta. ,
losing down all offices end :bolt
an stopping traffic; All ban
a general post.offioes WAre cls-
Despite cries for action, eUl-
cations were the government
would not resort to force in dep
dispute over Goa, tiny Po rt u-
guese colony ea the southwest
Nehru, in a statement to Parlia-
ment, said India will adhere to its
"basic policy of peaceful approach
and not resort to arms" to drive
out the Portuguese.,
In Lisbon, the Portguese Yor-
eign Ministry said authories in
Goa were "obliged to meet vio-'
lence with violence in seltdefense;
and as a result there are dead and
wounded to be deplored which
ie certainly what the government
of India wanted."

Diane Seems
S (Continued from P ge 1)
Witmington were also evacuat-
Segregated shelters were set
S-in Charleston, with white"
drct to the armeo of the
Citadel. Military Coegw' and
PNeroea to the county b .L
At Beaufort, B.C., the city jal
was turned Into an information
Cloudburst rains were fore-
cast-hundreds of miles inland for
South Carolina and Georgia,
reaching as much as four inches
over part of the area. South
.Carolina rivers will rise ra udly,
the weather bureau warned."
The big Cooper River estuaRt
at Charleston was temporary
haven for scores of ships.'Most
it them sailed four of five miles
up-river to berth with a "moth-
ball flee; of merchantmen and
Navy ships in reserve.

;- tsheor sitthg with hiWarms
amed a stdny- tapping
oeb testified aaly last-
ditch eort to win acquittal of
charges he committed the "unpre-
mediated murders" of three pris-
ones and collaborated with the

The defense' rested after calling
a to[el of 11 witnesses, including
A total of 27 men testified a-
gaint Gallagher.
There were five more prose
tiUon .witnesses to testify, and the
defense said it might present Gal-
lagher as its sole reh1mtai witness
before the case geip. tl ourft
martial j judges for A desl on.
Gallagher testified v*rw cross-
examuation hi poor .teptation
I with other POW's was bpsed pure-
ly on untrue rumors th qy had
heard abour t. "
"I know when I walked down to-
ward another squad, they said,
iyou better keep quiet, here cpme
Gallagher,' he tesfIe. ,.
They disliked me." -'--.'-
GaUllagher, who, i I
mum sentence of
meat at hard labor. am K
appeared as his ow-.'stw' :
tees. He gave atstaa r#.re
ou, minutes a estiony"
One of the pre slt
witness Franln agb -
Mt. Airy, Md., a r
tol a nel r
ere patriated ,
"Gallagher asked me at camp
the trdime to be a witness for
hi' when we got back to the
States," Harding said.
"I just told him I couldn't be
of any help to anyone who would
collaborate with the Chinese."
Another rebuttal witness, Emuel
Turner, 22, Evarts Ky., testified
Gallagher kicked him down a hilt
because he took sax pairs of trout
sers from Gallagber,
Turner id he alsd e uddy
had so trousers, keepOing wam
by wrapping themtse htat-
tred blnket, while Gallagher
were two pairs ata athe.
Turner said Gallagher accused
him of stealing, but that there was
a lot of difference "In being a thief
over there and being a iflef over
Gallagher is charged with kill-
ing Cpl. John William Jonessef De-
troit Cpl. Donald Thomas Baxter
of Waukon, Ia., and a soldier i-
dentified only as Dunn,
He allegedly threw the sick and
starving Jones and Baxter out-
doars to freeze to death and beat
Dunn and then hung him on a
wooden peg.
The defendant said he had often
thought about the death of Jones.
"I do not feel guilty," he said.
"I've often- wondered if I'd le a f t
that man in the room if he'd have
lived. I believe that with-all the
men dying in that room he would
have died anyway.
"I couldn't just see man. lie
there and die. I was wondering
about it. Maybe it I hadn't put i
out he wouldn't have d. I still
don't believe it was ar fa1t."

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I ora e befd he came to the United 1itA
, the atmu in1rs oo r the rsoe-io' MtaI t-
.Ihe man with the Maintene DI- Ir tu l
vlsoI the Aranlnum ob
Sbe I wae transifeed to the s .Z.._."
'a Locks m ton In I_._n fort e D *i -.-i-o.
a'l several years was uu tend- i
Who0 enot of the Stu; DM. _ection. l I' baI a
inn A veteran o World War I he ,
me was active In "Ameinarla kalonk L (sAsh" S
mhr affairs on the shmu Ud In 'pgwj tl1, f l
IorN 1953 served as. Commander of. M -
the Canal Zone Devartment Uof -A|| I,-
RnUl the American Leion .. MI le l .
and In Vinddition to ids wife. cIs
romt urvlved by hrm-on flames Me- A bids roMw-ePl
W"t 0emtt who is living In thite.} e.-e"N
tlon Malted State. -. __. -
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I.- JO.Nitae- of' Inh try, who
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qowith. ayOas- W-WO tbnk after
"0o W 'on. Id tU.a.Conn*o- m testimo.,
whohas appear- t'be was tH to Iall lid the owing as &I-
roanaey utusia anld on uwa about aged ulegedemberot the same Corn-
UP ,I T a actm u telto w heibelong-
ad.n u an's ee Ten earlier wstod O e:
show ra.d. seven thea- constitutla l he .4
as former fellow simply refUs to s-l David Kantu, aaistant stage
aits. BRep. FrancisWa p c-m manager of thshow "Call Me
he ald "The Commu- commU tan a Mitte." i all -appeared
r going loate mefor |H* "in the 9wh0le I.
ut ythe hell with Congrew'-for Al Munw,=another actor

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not care l uvke Seuge O ay ontttistal pr
r "eshel 7an m ae ter awho also h pas
eSo.tifv. the eabfrlty Wtme a
vkealfne Lee, 32, parts at th
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SVHEM MAIL BOX zaarn A11Y o *X
bustg Ao of an an o ha- .s Jan law yesaors toIs- .

StMel Sea h o ga fe ede *9 The Panama Am he. baatmed whr icn e i-e atst t I
le ase, S a lve au Ith lly end eare handled ve a whily eeM.ldenls i atns breath down the neck gof est me ts G e *p
U.S. visrtorw. .Susemad,
e asibute a enfe e dea d e o 1pedle e 0 dega 'S eoppee lhe India bates us. ei teeon
Let.i. pb.ushed ith ladd et e bdu r e la ader e S Nehru, the taters. His firm was
Vtva t1 b ittr n-AmorI9sn

Sto Ue. U t e lees g e ta e pag.e nts -a. tr hv a nr t.S o have been dI. a fee
famel, |r devrl dS P aeld iU l uels a1e4end asets aB.eUIIm er-eat i thlet tba

A wolnel-*thr- ",-r- o. der e ent- e 'loh "lM,.and ofPnJ anS.M-ltavrfofrso 8
-uC Bi --- e o the U g mm aal'e wyrri h ag t wh, gao h a- to
o as In c Insa6sn Y et the ea Plarm hirfg June 20, c a e C a rAFlorida Lan h D taf fr ga wve _
o E ttiw In e I reen voe rnpt n t itt
h eISfn o-s o t e n Wi ith oAt efandOw ovfldoeso has lmesmes fld- .passd-
I a thei _a mre a bmotnt Brtic r a n e to re m eto ovleader taet t ouran. ., i nO %m tpbhe h
a i:,e, he e ba ,, Th e e l iet se um .n d h v e fa r" enl o S C w
I t otkA wh If or an 11atber o ut he n,4 ol a2rLp r rivately thi btt oe a oe do-A. I1 o d I wt, ht
S f ent to mae eae or eecu ve amee- r te din government --rh s a t e ositls e e unbea tor e ban k M
ouo C eor ahitutnno .w uIsI,seut thedt r o-Tl--Aitlrs. Io eston the"
gvey wo B-r o" u r t isn bn ande i r le tio t w p a ta aloft ie Con of our dovern- ed

eit's to bid more Americana dons studyfe. er Cositutioe ha m t, ouadr tlead r iS eomle ind 1t t ea It repr t ig t*he Cu
havae on tRe e e r mt oeore suc an oalwewttheisMhbo ex m.e!
e a.astaw$7Poli te; from
Si N n Wrl e n o nvty Cahey smirk emockand de- o and Gre
yode u amorruggestngCsuc ao -.iloa tatenmen Igrade usamo threpor t enot l e ys w i
S ot L asA S0 Aere the tae our money. te te., w lla
Sword you ote t rue ad Ds bcked obyed ca a ra dBy P E RUer ieoplT teA t ernfund s h*ai
h evr It is known ol"y to t ye few. ce as ily hope tt" r me and that dalsm !, o fres otfed asimlr Doeal and
o oninue with more su ot eles. o lrAy way mut. ThenhTitheof U.-g .oi C n theo apastdf; st roetlf.
athe w ay p rea n e t W orld G o n m orexec ur dt v s a u m enth d eoi trg e r nm et e l w I 4,1he
nla my t ri ang getting badmri a part n wr tioda, Mr. Noise 's /He.conse-tOfwtoserbr ratnolh inan, tr-t

Iea. 4I~a i a th e att. remflad =etn fliao f tho, thl , an G, .r
h oeu tha e r p o i todar y not hee the otheereItadinglao firnm f ,e 1
l I e o ertto urge weour the Ccpi whoe

I' : Gavb es ea t ra not be our eneanu .A.toureW ya tt.I o t w l ts..wa-smoc.'andra-

y as for -i sc a Ir to Paendmetogresoa mong i.aAsis ,s event care s e to -slS ite o tim w be- tery of le
r to -i In out bat Mr. N t .o th io lt Emc, r eat foheo tad a mis t at ll r
whas tae aSonthe n takn l oar money CTheytelitd" To h Cuban tulr pcund aoo
8 w r y u wo teth u ~ i sj tt detsvde te.r. . .. retained ?om hAai, tf ft he
t '. r It Is o n to3On ce. r n ho a .1oe. Ice rt o ltho that g ge art co f t toh thS oc iaism Cb t7 t department o ffca wvs u thr e

Y tt oarld. 1 1 iar Att- wo-r-neet l E multitudAS of rA f eJa saW n -

IOWN In Pepine appete by Mres~s .. b alf ....... dy sy hab ?d .... ton, .horloa. Dtr, t
t m ew r l o e esl der's D t o my A ay ot. fe i days aiso for o oe .smtd ta n oeah
Sthe Intof arN pe at rhengard h irosi .tho d Gt ". e mpl e, whie I wa ion t ho ag, B OBteAtore a A1a t 1o f ; o e el.
* i .r_ wh t b ad pat mnO he C o c Ia ht o ay. iws toat.t o . d~Aese wee aee (h ll to

3Id n 0U of all Crist e rn faA o. c tgti onm In 4Cma h epotn o anot l thor sr anea fo Mam I a d |
ante t ho ist t. o th te ve aity o o ""'lgh'- na t o ur Gae geot at aehe0ah .on I.anl.d f one aaub personalit t oter;T eteM w a5 sId.-
.haat s,8ver s ey otrtJtheme irdhat 00 r. lyNth sai.hrh an hrtd l essur efusu tha t.-- to-thr
Atlo nof the anniversary oA athe ac s folk cm the othe It b rtbwa ut
-% a bA sixM *by re sa.stIo dou bt r "hatteI l hendi a ,
O' .. ... the Chineaose tCommunist Armytun a ,tats. ha salri si
Sattaked hs an s pleed to ky h e oDSab t ayh..e '.' woblig
int Ia fewda yargoW r-tswn'tcaemMaenoisit .ab of the. C toa '
str is hadly e b eit to th Iee, nor will my Ane nt pume isa eO.n nearo wn it or a t epa Ml.i nt bstiferl-. that leg laI .n
take on the B henal Lancers or n th they Mr. Rwx a muth, an old ear vy t lve d i *lbas r or t P It aIS on 'Wltp tem the A, lslo toda Is
Tile September issueftheReater'sDigestIfr thMheyYre B oIlUt reeebffaot
oPunibh Scou. It's .bqg bhitr. w i th a. and I .8ab hn d t. qen h I w. a lae.wesir. I o.S fo the heal nu n. te
" I .v- Ma IIterprtginstonMWIG commend it to the Cide1s ,r" i"
of a blevstfcra cttevey ofl z tera U9S. Mve oo hi aW arwGl.s. thennthere ar two sneverCaw s r s anJoof getonet toe
m ,Tistate about tat. gAtth i noseFrMtathl a th sme Lt oe smit ao le t-
I. .lw evenan atheist to 6119i h eheenelp nge. s and _to e bt Tthe w a. ayt to o Web u.It th e Itisa bigg t5t_ &=_7r611I. S
,elu.Goe.seakIndegip atphe- s on s a l Mr. mag gt heafdi um t tmyta tto s. em 'pt e- I1 ,-rstr
Yma ettheofedianie saryi t be ta r p. lpatsoa fe o. tu.Ofhat. cth b04eats n t.a A ep. fo .. .t .8 gIMr ae r

.s .L t oh ay h e R u i n h e nload o W e tbr y hs naatoll oI n1eti4

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il taroneyd tt hach e ot o sahidr t no I ma r
tor.4- -n l4 widely Koin d1114 o 1t.5 rpthe A l. -
M wrtCh-t Arled wgre ow M ra ie ct, hoe go'mtca rat usonetnhrosisie eat's t'W.et hes.' aahthee6belter'ic bOe-
wN C alotakeonteDof whth amSlht tOaher was, 0eau _e aor. tboto e. tt 6 athio t0,1 at9"th
unja Boin ty wtt nIet s WA DiiGte ist hieda mou e an d ls, at It, a .a1 r e
or th on wea r y shor ta f toeytwhanld y .toquenchia. asi ev er I n0thkes
to- ---i r u If.Aere i ,nthe hen amty ew o h" Ven b uff al a J ust forM

,n1"-.,o-lig h tO eU. t a. w tos on rin* 19lt. e 9wer da n l. R .
2a mias Aw iset .oorn oi s e s m e o t h s ,ga t *a o f b u d a.s e n se.i ,_

I 4i ofplan34KIhds a.h ths sa mds e
nowt1S0 .23yemainh Im, a we d fl Wh 0 h
il-Aga t-. .o M ore t elk. M hn i l y Jf-I. m-ta d i f0at er I woul d a h eI, y 'eI .
tax i tht theicoly one at 11h
N1hut doesn'tat ,at'I rti e-4r1-t h ha go
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pl et the ethicshelso
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a as.bhe slept, a e i .arr is
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-~. Aid turned rhm in tn r bhe-
to d .o .f U. 8 bull
Swho h.ad bee living ftiw ."y.
w for eight years F also a I'd
dfl4me of James LaVale, o. ga o pA ie w a fgi-
..no e iaee to the a- o.t aLzonec
ktnIt tlv*e pol arrest as they. never boe
hthi sltt u he kept 13. ptis-' h, I oI."
tab,. on a and one shotgu,. 1vy ue" said Mr.
ia his lieB. 1u1. flbrqf a former
.-"orsad returd ao ed h .
* Xe ha aira'wrere before a Nw ouisble: "His wife
U. p, etumije and returned ole lot louder than he
Io tsy o aeU.& m arshtal wi"
Under OOO ,be" d t" Main s. ha had a 19
Q r arear-year-ol, daughter, ap-
Flsom had been on the wanted- p Wby marriage,
list sitce. JI0T on a federal charge: J.i__. trt"'rtty bad" by
of un-'fwl -iDIt to avoid prows-o. ,.
ults. &w robbery is Npp York. laoide-B gvPt to use
Local Miitinent retlirofi at But- hids hatrani t el when he
flo, N.,, No 2, ., charged Wsa Mtf ]He lk' he kept the
Tonaas* t .,Aday 3. 194?. was a "pm caBn"tnr.-
'Thie sUiv imialsner said It I r twd ad c
was ped U.',ttorey n ht a record dat-
for the western dteo NeW ack to. accolg to the
York, ,t Buffao, U itttt t for
Szee to Buffal. me refit. lary. Wi< both fom two
ed to waive exlraditiqn. Mu"sachusett o n ce in
almes, while 1.ing t New 195 at
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impremd by .the young
who-. .uufIM, thinW a9out

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vantage of eucusve feprtec
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h firs mt W-inute show for CBS-
Nvamter. AIl plans to build a va-
riety revue around lum have been
shelved, because he wants to act.,
So he's now considering some
aioupla ys, with the pospblit.A'
W yeo dea't thik TV le ehutes
ur lie, here's a starutl flae
Joe you Ness Bras. Dapartmeut'
Stare In AetewaM P S., started
advorushe bandages Ba w rstd l Aasns te
The iTese Used eM edi' B re
mma odNsly meted a tremendeses
baest i sale. "It isn't etin i y i
makes mco I fl" le
The pretty girls you see on telei sa. "Some Mf the bed aipsve s
vision, demonstrating the proper cms sell beaus. And o a of
way to happy lipstick or open a wort entremes make e te
orf "cmntroro light a cigaret. are saleswome. I 's enthmranrs be.
anions the best-paid people inlk
f rey're wha Ha ry C. Brewn ls females foW A 0
cais commerciall personalities was to e1 _=
Thats the modern eulvalent of 1k werwoAeydsew
the old fashioned announce r" typf." Ba stely Mfte o
and-pr s'moder. An4 Brown is the Y 6oun. om eom@ a al1i he*
biggest ae t in the field special-,2a'tica eet at tos m in da
ZI.US o placing these girls in their' Brown sdys the arMe nowadays
goldenJobs, aboutS l .. g. top bracket jo
o ou have a yen to do some his ewfan i AndeAa e
of commercial personality" kind bracket pays off to e merry tues
of work, here i nwa Brown looks of between 5.,000, and t$.000
ir in a girl: 'Year. Miss Gray, d einitely one of
She must n be TUmS, ie mu. the luck~ 80. 0nWw a boat and
be prey, but set s o asnt f.be den t hesitate to turn down as,
masoe b gsiae t4de the o theany Jobs as she takes.
ijr.e,.a- IK d khi .,d p pr There's gold n them t har lt .
tiveness. Se must look G.-
In Se kitchen, ar bin'Wff a Fast Fae rss aWe es
of a car, or whevewt sheis a aa a TV version of
an to make her plich. Abovue a on hi mng.
se must bave _ntgSriasima. . n on. 03. But a fter WIC-TV'e
Most of Browan1 stah e are ex setblar tflop "_ l gal and
models, Some, like the very sue-6- eu- o nealese aU ialetl I
ceseil Arlise Gray, are,! a idea ... Du.-pi.
NaS Miss Gray has fW',m40-e aare
achieve U ?more taCme .IUamnd.Vseries InC
fortune pWoduts than sheTo. shotUd auI m
ever di drama, however, in t wit as big as ee
up notr of Brow month of Setember at cow
ara ho onr In Jamaica, pIen
: TV.hi tay' del -. o-

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thanNIS les aruad the
by the tpme the 2-week sessa
Is up.

lyrje uy heap her 1w stltches.'

HICK ''i
bchiek aroud IVta
whitc-crsted Stack
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m of Atlasta, Ga.
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dims .. ide resident ls e O a f mer tt h .e I IA eto ana- ter Servicu in Waslngton .
Sfy the Me .-0 al ust..or aemog4w. 0 Qt;.1. e ,r me., is.... .---e,-b Jdok(a forwarl .eely to -e .ilthny pei l !
,to r; the ,m ae-M. _a6 ..ermm ,bers al ,e ..swhd l Stoie s,,r.it f .tt w .- ,0- waH, .lr., i.
.t th e w, _e.~. . '.. rt".e- m e'-raf .. , .... th. city- o
3 a 0/| la*J1 /FBuad!erwm c I* .(UPl-*a "a hve alwaythad a deep and a.9 b0hr a I .
SB l p.m, m In Latin Ameri- wmhilt t a o ve r
SwHIl be open ra l ere wa come You 4b tbye to carele ss o UidinO a wre- s e r
dM l ..' v , _, am'who has, _.s. Ha b ueomp..!
4dow" u eareer For- uled hes in moat of hss
aaab ?y AW Ir erelt df-sptg i lrrlug- diplornidple dseat e h ooldlhg.
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I.piz ." id tIheadc .eon ae ar~ u-,d li ha my busbaid 'in

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Gela.Iarried My. Har-
so n ag r t: ire. Cy- rMt h Auno t[o'1 o SpaiA, ugsMea .ISralar
-u wel Rinehart, Countess c eEtlrtamSld ao
IMr. ames '&ra. Jo h dinner on Moali for tie ecreta- I 11 a Kong -er husband's 4 M '
wy.rT .'JIpe, nimblee, Mrs. ry at thepSp %bus y .iff lbut spt before hi ent a- ;
artim b Mr. Irwia Rtm- t ma M rt P oetbte, woore his prehern a Sa-

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at f $Aet#pon. voltI to ,sg world warlmoahe devot c awece ef ordt.uecbi
Ter resrthtea tIf gahthee ter el _ehoco__WaderSwungndtster _Of to
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sectri! cfileratew eIe mak-
or); "g smWa; Inmesprrng mat-
tMsse 41 cell springs; le1e
persihlit iltchem table; 10-
l.. ga wat r peter, venetian
Mi N. ,-sc. ,oe LeM e ff ets.
Phone: Panm 3-0740 or cell
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FOR SAL--Preqeluin refriger-
ator Wetbsawuse. 25-cycle,
$40. 520 M.u,, St., Diablo.
FOR SALC--W vaheso e-
frigeraler pteelai.. 25 Avles.
excellent eadilon., 7-ft.. New
Cristl el 724-. Phase 3-3211.
FOR SALE: Heoeeheld earn:
, %ten 25-wycle air ceadiuteb-
Io unit, Wil Ceel Otw baed es s
In f1ht-fmlp.eeaocrete qurtes.
Ale vmetlei Minds for three
bedrems mnd belthrm. Can be
seen at 790.0 Tavemille Street.
Cell lbh Ib 3461.

FOR SALE: Mehbo y Iving
s i e r semt,. 7. pleet play pen, I
J wMlt suit. Cell Balboe 1723.
1 ,He- qs'5621-D.

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model %-toen window air con-
ditkomb ; 4 venetin bHeds Ive-
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FOR SALEi--Dining. room, bed-
room. 'porch furniture; gas ave,
hat water heater, electric refri-
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FOR SALE- .1953 M"MA erw ^"
fur-depr. excellent editor. OX.
reasonable price. Cell 2-696 er BI ll
Panama. -4054 phLr_ 5 .P
FOR SALE: -1949 Nhls 600 brwmdMa
4.doer $350. Heous 1581-B. C 10 t hi s
* Balboa. Phone 2-3479 after pait'tin,,
4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1955 lMk fear.- 12 Hi

doer Riviera sedan. Tri-tee,
power steering and brakes, ra-
dio. hotter and other. selected
accessories. Also 1951 Buick 4-
doer sdan. green.. Lou then
20.000 actual miles, Original

Convertible. 4 new puncture'
proof tires, hydramatic, radie.
Car in perfect condition. $1009.
Can be seen at Novededes Cal-
ifornia "The Store With The
Tempting Shirts." No. 131 Cen-
trl Avenue.

AMERICAN buslneatfan desires
2 or 3-bodroem chalet, furnish-
ed. by September 2. Phone 3-

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wnil arrive shortly. Resmy ,
copy now. AUN1AJS STl
S.A., Phone PuIma. l11 p

FOR SAL.:-4-4u. ft. gei' .- --
eter 565, memfipay dinlg r es
table and. 6 chai r$85; 1948. WANTED
Hude.- .4-dver saen $2S75, ,
Evenings er 's eu'ek Pha'. ROQew
FOR SAL5E-slw sm- 4 COPL duip netle.
,,e 2Scleasf M .Tae n.e O"mM-ev. 20th an, i .
yepi old; fwrt si ash aifsoa.
Inet baer wi 1 t-ls; ats.s. -r .--..
ed et ef gli -ehbs wl .ther., i .
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bile Rew. CtheddP l, whU
stNr, No. pheg 1-O ST. .
FOR WSALi- Ccpeed
partmseit. t" 5000 sq. s-aes, si" a.' C r
La- C fr CaFWes. paee -
'4. nepd..Pheq

FOR SALI-,Roeem alAM
S seel ., $ $1 L

p grate. rPanma S-0267. --- _ __ -
IP ,raee- ,FOR SALE, Triumph Tiger, 52I1.
FOR SALE -N4early new Whirl- new paint job. excellent condi-
peel auteeM washer. 60-sy- ien. Cell 25.2277.
ie, never usid here. Original WANTED
price $290. Must sacrifice. Call
or., cl.ey..n ..___Lick Observatory MiseeUan.eon

Position Offered Telescope Prepared WAN TIP- -an emts
arseed 2 Sept. hasp9ible
APPLICANTS for Army Service mt. hamilton, calf. (UP) working, couple. No children.
Club Dimsmt. saeNttute poei- Grinding of the mirror for the lefesenc, urnished. Call Bal
tion (wemeal desired Prefe., world's second largest .telescope. bee 2-19 4 after 4.
.ebly agi l bet weet ages 26 the 1o 0 inch instrument at Lick
and '0; 0 elesa itedI Mr has been comnteted
.flf AW. mnaer i acm e- a ~ thing of the disk Hep Wonried
3 i n l n V* niWant W& id
400.W-Xsiced f ild United li.slS*.rta

I to the 2" aIh '
at Mt. Palomar Qb-

WANTED: Good *sek. very
good selery. Sal SIntr NO. 4.

UpffiM t seel 1W to qpU : WANTlD? Maeld, 9neint
-P t 5iinDr, D. Shane, director of the work. soe cooking. Must
610 s.aid he expectt 0to live In. Phlmo 2-6315.
co te first tests with the
C Trnew instrument about the be-
'NY".' nl n rof 1.5.
SM . ..-(UPT)- h-il the mirror is being fin-
-t'l'l s. !.--un Xin *. Ish.~6one, Ished, the rest of the giant tele-
t 0.iNan'ge. ..acope ms is g assemble into final
to eterminate shape. The seel mount, with mov-
p jrab.controlling parts weighing 140 tons, has
,e. ,set recently. been erected. The major parts are
Y trapsfl abb d 7 foxes, a hugsteel two pronged fork,
op 'lj Msrthe good bag for a sprin in which is set a 53 foot tube In
,. a. But.bespet mosst of his ther bottom of which the 120-lne
a torE n. nhf U t- time removing from the traps 14 mFr wil be set.
SAmbassador to Pht- woodchucks, six kuaks. (scented mior w
on3 Dthe 199 -pasenm" variety I, three rseeans, two 'pos- ,.
led to l on the sht. as, a weasl-and a low-flying
ccospanlebd by Mrs. Bar- enw.
a the fst A. Person daughter. Robert
director of- cCullo ,Miss Mildred A
Jn for the C McMabon. Mis Mary Meehan.
al9e ~ po. ba Mr. and Mrs. Miltda L. Nash and
. e._ daughter 'Loals E. Palmer, Mr.
elht Uo n rt-au- and Mrs. Lelgh C. Pa and
Forta our children. Mr. and ,. Ar-
thur C. Payne and two children,
PdvaP i w- Willard g. Percy, Mr. and Mrs.
SAL ltrit-1' Howard C. Pritham and five
Qrs. O i Ath- n .
a .oc- 0 M M '.. Raymond, Mr.
n', rl-a Lt r B. Banders, Jr.. and
Ldr_ chil Mr. and nd rMr .
W iml f M. .anders and four chil-
t. .-Oramrd K. hear. Mr. and
SeMrs. Harry C,, "eaman-n t
D, wle .and two children,
Jerome *u R Horace L Smith.
i Donald IL P tb. Mr. a n"
e t 1 ~,, Brown Mrs. I tevensop and
-R I, BZ-rown daughter M. and Mrs. Thomas
i uri U.MlliU l Mrs. Cleone Tref-
T'. Cison and Mi AYee & Vanderhoef. Mr.
'Mr. ano Mrs. and Mrs. Chester E. Van Orddn
Sides' and son. and three children. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Card m Couph John F. Voss and daughter, Miss t j~? a
Ir. and Mrs. Joseph 8. Emma Walbaum. Mr. and Mrs do nets r Th
an two lren, Dr. ry Well. Mr. and Mrs. Mar- for birds. But this duck, ar-
DIpueslo. Charles M. r il YocuMr and daughter and row, doesn't know that so she
MIeU n Yocum and daughter and I ri M buildngina tree
Mr. d Mr J Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Yost andht buldin tr
r.. andr two children three children L
Mrs. Jaeob F. Dolan
eA. D~ n Mbb and two BEDS, ALL TYPES.
Mrs. Robert.W. Ed- BED SPREAD$
tughter. Mrs. MaC-
M r. and s. MrsA

rand four children. Batteries

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:Yp Sport Coupe
Price $1.450.00
. -$ 485.00


Sedan F411 Pricce $615.00
Down $272.00

*,88''-S Holiday Coupe
Full Price $1,050.00
Down $ 350.00

In orate toI six ~~~tortlt oe ons toe t Alerica students of thean
fl dh tremndosa DOr 1 at tW School, Fortu Lt Col. James W. Wray
iSchool; I t. Col. Robert H. Townsend,T
of th- taff. D R RIB c pt. Victor H. Bolado, USAP;
1. Jma and J. Davis. School Qopunmandant. Wray,
mll ind Bolado are M of the staff of theA Commiandd Sd taff College-a
t Air Univerlty, SeAir I Al., and heoB CARIB School to
or l"nto Its.six hours of instruction lnon tactical air operations work 1" F
M tremendous of the ait ar.M In tactical situation. (U.S Army Photo)
Hard Top V oria
*.Surprise Service Full Price 95A
tiivpsyInstrutors ROC7
iltnSnins to is car after doing.a
Sfew errands, Clarence A. Chapman
a i found it ran better than ever, It
T USAR A B S choseems that another car almost
Ideal to hia was parked behind
--,-- o -- .im. The 6ther motorist caled a T
njofugrage and ordered s grease jb,
For the RAn ti n four Hall Is the aatant chief of adl cange .and other work. T
qnths the .r University of Theater (Tactical) Air Opera- garagemen serviced Chapman's
ll A i fse, Ai. tnsvs vion and Bolkdo 1s u- car by mistake.
Int st to tie OmSAR- signed as an instructor and stu'.
Gtu- l Ohtleti to deateounmelor. ONPAD'S ACCOUNT
e f senior' Lati,. Warden Is a member of the US M IofS I --(UP)- Doa
edcan' oce- students at Arlny tticy Group of the Air GnarM ,' took a bottle to the
I school lt ,ttI l iMr opera- Comwba. sad Staff College. groer- Sf kobert Hooper who Was
jm, e'tlon Is a asig- The. gficers, who are experts aceusetmedle mall boys riblagi
at ad to the course on the sbliect of tactical air battlesa t change for manaey
S Command and operate returried to -the Air wlkt WII O buy candy. But the
m. s m U tp e last week after theirI d two cat sy
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MIOSEq ttheW dor fad the MW to the "Am lYu. Mike who -m daalg Ifioru.
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read by if. Moee and W Uams,

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ed their know-how and faci.,
tia to detin how tomle
energy -ca benefit the state and its
industry. 'The research project
Ipnvolve the rn1 nporHo yweof
Northern States Power Co.

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maple tre here recently, block
a street.' When .workmen stas
clearing th street, they found
nest ofyMU wroodpeckers in me
of the m .Tho e workmen atied
piece too another tree and 00
parent W pcke resumed iw.
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eBower tok a. tWn' tltiee and fishing.
f t di his I b obbleLI 'White House press secretary
g. zhSit 'afd o JaesC. Hagerty said the Press-
p've .euar-a .m was up at 6 a.m. and imme-
Mh horse'*k aBd dJly turned to cooking 1bhk-
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hWi which h de 0. oE the
var. telt v haS ~.~'d* tMDVe c rso t e
9e0as ar t M ldd ar t 'Ats h e Pre s d '
to e m horseIback tha n a 1fl drn isr in a pleloI r
r : 'I ': ambeputterSn atulad
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Nisihrs M*4IS Power Corp. '-, left rte-
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Leads Hitting Attack
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HERSHEY, Pa., Aug. 18 (UP)- The Panama
Canal Zone yesterday bounced bauk from Tifesday's
noe-hit shutout by Gloucester, N.-J., to hammer
S truther, Ohio, 16-7 and enter the consolation f i
nals of the VFW's National Teener Baseball Tour,
SThe only entry in the tourney Ion home when the outfield re-
,from outside the continentaillaY bounced off his shoulder as
United States took advantage of he slid into third,
Opposing pitchers' wildness and l The second half of, the tlt,
.combined timely hitting and which consumed almost four
smart base running to out-dis- hours, wa played on a muddy
tance the Ohio team In a game diamond. It didn't seem to ham-
.marred by frequent rain inter- per the Canal Zone boys a I-bit as
Sntions. they continued to run wld, roll-
S-he Canal Zone now will play ing up ten stolen baser.
Chicago Heights Ill., in the con- M"es Is just like home," said
Ssolaton finals this Friday. Chi- Klernan during one of the.three
cago Heights eliminated Gasto- interruptions.
.ia, N.C., from further competi- "It rains five minutes, then
'.tion, 6- in a morning game and the sun comes out, and two mm-
came. back to knock oft .Winns- ute; later it's rainin again."
ero, Ala., 4-3 later in the day. I tenma, who was stopped
The Canal Zonea-tiuthcrs Tuesday by no-hit, .ne run
game was a wild, close battle pitcher Terry Belhe of Gleu-
, until the Zone team came from ecter, resumedhls teady fat-
behind with a flve run rally in too against qo0shr hurlens
the fourth Inning. Coach Mickey by bangnl g a trlple and
Seeman's boys jumped into a three single n his five trips
-four-run lead in hOe opening In- to the plate. Dqrfee had a sin-
;lng on five walks and Bruce gle double, t ple and two
S)ate an's long right-centerfleld walks.
"triple. They knocked out Struth-. The 16 and 14 runs scored by
, 9or pitcher Dick Grim but little the eanal Zoner in two of their
,:Ron Novak came in to halt the three outings are the only games
surge by tanning Charlie French In which a team has scored in
and pitcher Orlando Nunez with the double figures.
.th e bases loaded. The box score:
SStruhern out th liad to one
run by a three-run rally in the Struthers, Ohio Ab R H 0 A
Second Then, after the Canal Bmtts ....... 3 00 2
Zone tacked on a singleton on icafuse c ....... 1 0 8 1
M wome fine_ base 'nliang by Grim, p rf ....... 3 1 2 1 1
Owen St.Wu,, the Ohio Ault.Sb .......... 2 1 0 1 1
nine dispeed of Nunez by Kop 2b ........ 2 2 0 0 1
scoring for w ttes off a qur- valentine lb .... 8 2 2 6 0
tet of walks and two timely IDeock. r..... 0 0 0
doubles. Wayae Wall came in Novak p ......... 2 0 1 0 1
to halt thesplurge with a as- Watt I .. ...... 3 0 1 0
Ses-Jammed t ehout. Chakorif ........ 1 0 1 0
SThe atrotaletam, leading Heryavec ct...... 2 0 0 0 0
-6, fell aart ft fourth wnen x-Geyova ........ I 0 a 0 0
.three errors, two walks and sin- xx-Bledaoe ...... I 0 1 0 0
,les by fateman asd French re-xx.Chubrkoff '.. 1 0 0 0 0
,&sulted in a five-run flood. With
a four-run margin to work on, TOtals 27 7 7 1l 7
'Wall was unbeatable as he
',whiffed nine batters in his iour Canal Zone
and one-third Innings stint. a ,
The Canal Zone tallied in ev- yr s ....... 4 0 0I 0
Cry inning and wound up the Sutherland2b .... 3 3 1 5 3
M Wior th a four-run outburst Kirkland it ... 2 2 0 0 0
" oin the sxth in which firstbase- ateman c *.... 5 4 4 12 1
" 'nAn Jerry Durfee, who had a Wallt. . . ...2 3 1 0 0
k perM e ay at the plate, tripled Durfe lb *.*"...... 3. 0
wtht bagsoaded and came Chas rf .... -0 0 0
..........Freneh 1b ......4- 1 1 0 0
. Nune p ..,,..... 1 0 0 0 2
t.P..uLJu.... Unpl Curdtslof ...... 3 0 1 0 0

for-4H 34 Win

the kTtnto, Met le Leafs, w ho

'today with a slim o e-,haf ame
^,a vantage.
Back-to-back homers in the
1hth inning by Loren Babe
Lew Morton Wednesday
nlsght enabled eaIs top eke
-out a 1-3 win oar the last-place
_2chkmond VWrgnlans while the
_oy5ls 'were splitting a double-
'hader with the ixh-place Co-
Nmmbua Jets, Montreal lost the
,i enr. 4-1 and came back to
the'second game 7-1.
.The third-place Cuban uaar
nss o lost soe ground to
orwmto by dtvdlffln a pair ,of
th Rochestw. r d
Cotton Deal set the Su-
m 'dws on Jud four
for a "-0
ka.ake the.

ra s bM .am was 9.0.
trall by three

Totals 29 16 11 21 6
x-Struck out in 7th for Valei-
xx-Singled in 7th for Novak.
xxx-Struck out in 7th for Watt
Struthes .-.,...... 034 000 0-7
Canal Zone .~.. 411 514x -16
Runs batted n- Valentine 5,
Novak, Ojak;, Durfee 3, Bate-
man 3- rad French. errors
yter ewtt, Sicafuge
Ault. Novk. Chako. Two-bans
rhit-Dur V4oentine, NOyva,
Chako. .Three base hits--Bsa.,
man. Stolen bases-Ault, qtl* -
land 3, JSrkland 2 Beman.
_al ..3d Ecriflces-Ault% S
Mrkl0an4. Left on base.-.Strw.
errg,, canal Zone a. B vmen
baalls-off: Grim 5; Nowvak 1,
ns 4, Wall 1. Struck out Ju-
nes 2, Wall 9. Novak 6. 1
pitcher-by Wall (Chako): o
vak (Sutherland). Wi Vl.. 1
Notak 2. Passed bl%-
& W1 pltcew-WUW LhW
pi ovak. T -

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Won et
Pan Canal. PlOts ..... 11 4
OGbraltar Life ........ 11
oera ........ 8 7
iblef Cl'ub ........ 6 1
Coca Cola ............ 6 a
Las Cumbreas ....... 3 12
Gibraltar Life, coached b .
Kirchmler, Jumped oft to an ol-
ly lead 6ver the .mblem C Ih
coached by Jim Rme. with
first quarter ending 10 to .
The emblem Club came. bece
In the 2nd quarter behind .
Morris, J. Slice d R, Rath er
to bring the time acor. l
In the 3rd quarter the Olbral-
tar team played their usual fiMe
ball handlingg ame but were a-
gain outscored by the ]mler
Club with R. Morris again lead.
la the attack.
The 3rd quarter ended 35-25.
In the 4th quarter with Rath-
Seber fouled out of the game, the'
ibraltar team drove on to win
a thrilling ball',game 89-34, .I
The outcome of the game war
settled at thte free throat lane ac.
tuaUy as Gibraltar converted I
out of 8 chincea and the EW..
blem Club converted on 2 out of
5 attempts. Both teams scored 16
field goals apiece.
This left the league In a 'tie
for first place between Gibral-
tar and .Pan Canal Pilots and
this game will be played off to-
day at 4 p.m.

Gibraltar Life
Walter Brown ...... 4 1
GeramAnna 4. 0 0 n 1

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PL 0tANN ATACK o.t G Coach SI,_ 0 I
Slam wfor tonit' Arme e
.opener at Claytt, dtea
The CEme .g aco to
&diet W the UtiNilr as
ithtw L er are dthe th r ora
. "l rp.5.l,. and .ave .

~If i~ORv OL TnIbb

Wstnh .. .. o f
-war(d r ... i O pe2e. Of -v-i-,a.
Tom Perntle 7 0 14jM CI, O 2 b 6,1

amblom Club I-",fi '' h ,M1'( W
Ray Caldwell 2 1 t (12-2111INVU
RichaMorri 0 0 1 7,PayoffSe. s To' 1 G .M
James lice ...3 1 I 7 ayo series elakOsiga 301.
Joe Laor ... .. 10 -- B. Am As
George IteNd 0 0 0 0 s l.. 0 U00er s0 o "t.10
Robert MlRatkueh 0 0 0 .Fort Kobbes gb-cor g The riVls ar.even in their Ickero-
Robert Rathebe ..4 0 5 8 hoiales set out t t to our l. eh v- ; Moe, t
_. ,, -- do what they briefly .wNn *W!mle 9,e 4?' .. F
Total 162 84 they had done a week aO nen kb pr-eo .'TapisA. AN
So re By Qumters road. to their aesbod Ea. meetg a ee, on June Daran, Jn CA, a3s,
10-2, 16-18, 25-25, 39-34 Pnama Ara -. Armed a the fineron. 89-3 a_ Dr. Calvo, .
h --. basketball championship. Cayton tetalted on Its hbote 'Speial Paper ate i
The Coca Cola team, coached Had Kobbe accomplisd the floor, ..6-. but the Lifenes be award to te w .
by Jon Ebbs, rolled over th La difficult trick last Th.rday It came .balk. to tie for first ~lit Flg .t-.eat 7_ D.II
Cumbre team 40 to 30. Dg Pa. would now be wearing the crow with an 81-4 decision at Clay- sore, Ja.ine d la Gu G.
ak wlth23ad. 'Terry with and be preparing for- th trip t ton. Bst s hole .s- fo,
8 were nigh for the Co a l Puerto Rico for te Car.bb.n I.n 11 reular .as8on contests earro Arian, ,on tets MU,
eam. or aj lCm s Command test agglsnt the An- 3pW b iptle set s at a g President _eio-Art s,
W"as. %t h Siitesat Arme sha p o er M[.Best ola cM4 r-
Roy -mtiittyprl iit gepbt a-10.: t hast S. t u l
4, Babe Marquard 5 Md Wnar ren Bt Clayton. a 9-6. over-,. 7 -f G.r.are 1. s ..
Ashton time winner in th' protested, avwaof Us punt -
The league leading an Canal game, also has'an eie othat t .t m"cuit wh yWton lig-Bed.t hole
Pilot were swampe by the vic- tAip to Puerto R.oo. Th star- g isqa secoidt a- .t _LBs 4 Ara ,Jr,' 0 .
tory hungry Keystoner team dy Cavaliers wmfi be the host' re e robh st3 8art an oe gross, lMow a0Q
coached by Tim Hota 5-2 The t t n. t hfwi th mg rnmeO in' forton B: ad LiUnel MoMses, 40. Best a-
Keystonerput a full floor check set or :.* S acaUj m net., t Lim Mose TO1. Best *
on the PHooA and their super ror It's the first of a two-out-Of. f: u.hs. I ,c Mlalg, g: Clma. at, Lionel Moos Pai -
*pOeed pd of f in the victory col.-three gaImes playoff for *t0 l0o.. .... .ni;pIosu. 21. 6 ,.
umn. High for the Ktestoners league title. Kobbe and Clayta CLTTON: eZeie. f; Davi. L1dikes-st h bole gross, ea
wer Will elke with and eh sort a rqord of 1 f ;, :O colemaUn, : y M. eBest.fM
rbi ith an. For dtt p-an ee a we e ole but .the

bW aSe ,and J i In theotttr 2. elassifica Uon. ss o drdtPeholest t

0 1 ketball free thw the "t" -ae Ot the rea of*t-Ie
STtas contest was first. Engethe aN 3 Bo ,i On the h-
usCom",..Terry"Cot . ra wt rIBA ti towI a s7 13 .
*mp- *r the y 17 iONs V Re I
S" tts........ 1 5 7 .ergeles l Thi te second
Charges t #..o.. from the tbe. L -. t, som b ent irid ath a

abeMaqer 3 1 7 ed up wInthe fNat e.fat .. c. c'-t hior"ly i the B-ew
ketbaU froo throw the "B"W'. -- ,pa ow the remalanm et _Ua
Totals contest by ma..was for c K atk -
T 'Cod o 2 8 tied forul fine. wtha'14,l f- N The for wi be aidl
Jme 3 2f..om ,hdo from Aee n Bd, De the Osar at lPanama la
a I. 12-8 22-0, 0-40 y off Oenr s"ehot Skun e 6 10,atd'l. -i-'. baa se, ,,n

0--_ 00 hia si s t rowv *r atAere ShotUs6
Ro1Hulto" .......0000 l"y Leaguer'.-to ri- bid sam*l7ah. t. %.stJe 9j110 In th

i rit y op -. 0 0 3 0 who made asU p slg .
0-09., .. .. 0 0 0 eThe t"A" LeC iAhm, w" W ..sd:

.......... '*'*h sia^o*ih Memt, an NI
Charles Knit .. .. 1 edup wt0 th0e top sbodek is | llean cut itj in P1aP
Totals a contest by mskin'kfo r- f K* ate, "
2s 2940 a the foul line. Aa oCe o -ho It. yas Tlwill be
7-11, 12-24, 22-30, 30-40 shot for shot UtutilSDigaii __ Shoot
Kra~e. 'his last sevezs-het andk b e.s ,r ho
ihard Biho .. .h 0 0 0

JWMn rwn.dt .. 0 0 0 0 The "A"
illy GlOukenoUr 0 0 2 o0 bBwe..b ..as .w.a.
ToM ohtr .10 .4.21fttM
James Knight .... 0 0 0 0

Jim Rowan.. ... 0 0 0 0 -o
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AL THE ~pod ~gW olfe don't
ta prae you Salt
have smpeeted Ineal about the
tourit'ta tournament every ThUrs-
Total of 11 compete in.the 5,
th United'States Women' Amateur
over the champloahip fet' the
i the Myers Pirk Countrf Club
course n Charlotte, N. Aug.,
2T. The tr1at4st o ton O'ie,
but depsads on the alt. t t ti
t something In the way of evi-
deane that fhe Royal and Ancient
s still the players' game.
the Myers Park layout is pret.
ty losg-4,413 yards and wo-
men's par is 74. There are some
hly sections. BriarCreek.bicts
five rolling and hilly holes.
An unusual twlat i that prt
jihar Jmaek.- dL...raeto

?*e-Olhoe, is courier aNd tf-
L A sbl~ ea bt r better

alup e on a. at et
d vay superior far the
However, beeuae the ber.
t is inclined to-be sttb-
S..ball ha to e tapped

mUd. The champlop"li la tl
2 at.. ,. match play Wth
Nm n an Mo y,o na l
Srridy and the final f -t

to trom the MeT
ris Naeoal Junior s p
sJIarated In U r0.

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Pat Lesser, 10M Arleglt Iuooks
of Pasadena, Caj, 'Iia. the
remarkable Wfl Smith rt.
eni/ass emek's. m ia'
tournament other than th Amra-
tour. Freckled and well aft p I-
year-old Miss Smith was a seml-
finalist two years ago in-her first
crack at the Amateur.
Four former' champions are )
shoodti Mrs. Etile LawMon
';.; A-ce Le.
Conm. '48; P .din.s
Mak A. Porter, 40; & AUret's .
DetV KIry, L. The latter trio
must be iv some s ort. of

ART of Fothl, Cana4 a whq
bagged the British AutIor
Vfl ba osed the Bam
Sarl ago, s ad
Price, runerp nthe. a and

peoalt.piAmon. This apr. t a
-Us nc shotmafi. eKrPalofca,
uss'- herslfI ts a..lfng.examle
line Gordon of SuMinidahl -1-
lawd, Who lost thu OW A"ea-
tetu of 1 to Mr.
Zhbarias, is Gom'eting.
'A fatherr enthny, eanddae In
WmaeUm' YaOpen. mdlaud, t~f.,
6deesi'ty, the Natpmeal motey

amee. iW this y Uans U.

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T sho when to b to WIthdrah t o 19880 at o 7TBT8RA '$ E83ULTB
ciitor r eI had .I ee- Sarao ta. usto pw te e a drwile ( irt -.G .6me, T ) 3
Sdp l at a ynto P. e a atB2 t M1 R o ent ra .. 66 1 1 7 011

aign h at hon mt aeconldeopwa 3t1 r Clumba he .1 7-.4 7 08

wi- Bte h, ,"wt M Il "She was ded tit and awual-f taak, MiiW (6) and Bu-
.mbu I tibot o hive been ly dioura t d h waned to bh; The Lakeman. LP-
worrkieb t it for some time. go to CAoU Ga., to prove to St nke a .
"Wht tt doctor told her nerself that she wmn't thrpugh G ---e U
boutU she showed mo traep of sfth compethtiv ge*." Gworge (Becond Gam1) 10
e a sot t st he jaw saM". Montreal 01000141-710 1
ard dfl 'Wel, what do --- ot u ,mbus M000 ,0-1 3 2
we atwar I "SheAw ahshlt th 04 d both a e CoAw ul ad 11(Kerltkos, Mil-
*"tu doctor told her we'd havt us wre rial blui tb delead ter (8),ag () mad rmautt. LP
to tart teatmeti and Babe to go home to Tampa, But we -Kernakoas.
ask.t how soo we could start. stopped m Atlanta and Bobby -
'I about 1 u uteo the Jones gav her soma real en- (Frst Game, 7
doctor ,id, as be .a) e-c ourg M. Ye know, Bob- uffao 000100 0-1 7 0
aUied: sThat u me f le. i a Temei-id vad, and a .-ewi ,.e06 0 0.. 3 1
-ed: -- trsdas fom aob Joe a- o u nd Streull; Spring adM
t arm ed ar ,,thou s b a.ana).o.. tels e.| --
S tarouf u the world "We got in the car and to (First Game, 7 Inmlns)
t chat e s w that i ta golf and the first ethin a 0 0 y 4
Sm et nd the line for the wew te oar as headed r lpahtb 00E02 t-4 6 0
ammuBabe. taabcr, C., ad the neat -our a ..,, C'qaeu(e (1) and Noble;
..We aaie to AinkM _. that. -w o ,. ..I' ti-.r&.li oaL .

tdp and eTll; MoT-reghead
(second G.am 'lnings)
Havank 0 001-3 8 0
Rochester ON-000-0 4 1
"..cantleU noMontalv. No-
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ork....'IS 47 05 Brooklyn.....7 39 .6 *---
S8 4 .602 1 Milwukee .6 55 .4214 MJOR
.48 t 1N row York .. 03 55 .514 15 *O iiTBIp Li
B .ta......8 0 .57 3 dlph .60 61 10o U
i .....::55 .610 Chicago .. 59 64 .421%!9 ( an 9M30 offildat bats)
*Wnaa'fty .4 70 .4Clncift .57 63 .47522
S.41 74 67 St. .....58 64 .44825 LEADM MAT8
Baltmore .. ..y7 7 325 t Pittsburgh .4 76 675 -
new !or at tioste TODArS'QAMAIS Iefadb ue a g b b rht.
Clevelmn t at t Brooklyn at New York A1 p. 110 420 60 o8 81
KuWM at IeNto (3) at ClacinatI C alei. M 84 68 as118 5
Qly -eeul. me.t MhU .tt (N) 'k, C. 119 474 63 118 i2
-- BOnC easaeduled, Buree C. 03 32 57 104 .313
New Yoak 000000 100-1 5 1 --- Snider, B. 113 414 101 129 .312
Boston 1 000O11 9x-7 a 9:
Tley (Is-li); k. Bturdi. TEST RDAIT'S R SKULtl AMWRICAN LEA.I 3
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Yiflt rht JBrooklY m00000 100-1 8 3 Kalin, Dot f16 400 101 161 .350
u d Wf. i New Taft 100101 CU-S 9 0 Kuenn, Dot. 108 465 76 150 .323
Cleveland 0sls-ss 10 ral (3-3), Labine and Cam- Powo, 1 48 70 145 .37
Lms' (13s, s .llarl-es- Momant (2-) andXatt. Smith Cleve. 118 474 92 145 .306
ruminSt DitneXmr(n) ,p'-3000W.-4 6 0.' 0.sOmba SUNS
ouse Pittburgh 121001 61z-6 106 2 Klumwst.I Rdleg ..... 41
~-- "-'P s o (8,-) aI m d d ep&r. Ie B .... .... 37
-- t r Uo kss. ........ 32
7,6031(4) andm*) b rd. Met,, 3
Only game shduoused. lums1 I
^ Ctaiudi ii lO- I aii.e ojld ea....... 110
Im~ (W a o-d d eati. Ia., pu...........
+ Ha R ,:Gro t (1-2) Med BesW IusMwsk Rbp ....
m- e -- ,nti ox ......... 4
Miwuke 203 M004 11 14 1, mauis ............ *
SL"*: It.r Louie 1000io N Z-4 3 2,
... B0 (114-) m OCindf. 3 IO
Arr yo (11-), MaklSMon
--.h h IMMOOa a lwrtft d . Kle, r ..........101
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An incident of somewhat uncommon nature marked the
yearling sale at aratoga the othe evening when one of the
fashionable baby raeen, ap for pu trMd to ait in the lap
of Mis lesor Se The factual details, as reported by Bo
Horwood for the Morning Telegraph, were unacompaied by in-
terpretive embellishm and, therefore offered little guidance
to the lay mind that might be seeking a scientific explanation of
the odd behavior. -
To suggest the presence of an Oeipus complex, would, of
course, be ridiculous. And a e Mis ea wa not bidding d on
the youngster, a chestnut son of Polynesian, by the way, and
potently had no interest In adding him to her equine family, the
action could not ,seni be ascribed t gratitude.
Nor does it seem iesonable that this was a depression' of
hero (in this instance, heroine) worship, characteristic of the
modern teen-agers. White is true Miss Sears was America's
first woman super athlete, the abe Darirkson of her da, this
was a great many s ago. much too aong ago, Indeed, for Junior
to be famllar wth.
Bealdes, a mutuality of Interests, often a revealing factor in
emotional phenomena was not. shown, to exist, Miss Bears' fame
came not from horses but tennis, golf, sailing and trap shooting.
One year she also a a football team and played fullback. She
failed to make even Wtter Camp's third team, so she couldn't
have been too hot.
Ir. Horwood is a perceptive reporter and a knowing horse-
man and when he writes that the Polynesian baby tried to sit in
Miss ears' lap, that is enough for me. ft develops, however,
It wasn't good enough or Miss ears, who "promptly moved back
a row,' according to Mr. Horwood.

There is no getting away fr the fact that this wa veary
ll Uhllb To j"inosorent 4zp an-
nedj youngster t e ltr
environment. Tb attempt to to it yfth compulsions, desires
and t(b like, Ii both foolish and futile.
Similarly, any on to teditt Juior with Ingenuity or
a mischievous wt cannot be serious entertained. If he had been
think at all, he would first have selected a more reasuring
refup. Ray lab, for example, was Mr. Bull Hancock, and
while the noted Kentie breeder cannot match Miss Sears in
ftriclan charm, he doea have bigger muscles and there seem to
be ore of them.
This brings us to a subject which is enjoying a lively cur-
rency at the moment. can hones think? The question is direct-
ed specifically to race horses as they are supposed to constitute
a superior class, being meticuously bred Wand sously trained.
Nothwithstanding, it Is the opinon of Be Ellswortb that
race horses are not only dumb... 'but the dumbest of animals,"
Mr. Ellsworth is eminently qualified as an authority to discuss
the mental capacity of the horse. He grew up with them. He bred
and owns Swaps, as of now the country's top I-year-old. He makes
no exception of his own champion. "Dumb. as they come," he

If we accept Mr. Ellsworth's low estimate of horse, mentality,
our little friend Junior didn't know where he was, or whtt he
was doing, and it merely appeared as if he wanted to sit In Miss
Sears' lap. If this sounds unchlvalrous, let the lady be assured
such is not the intention.
I imagine practically every trainer in the land will agree with
Mr. Ellsworth, at the same time, envying him the luxurious pos-
tion which permits him publicly to ridicule a long cherisheand
carefully nourished fiction.
Not many owners really know a great deal about hoers.
Natural they like to be told how bright, alert tnttellent and
exceedingly ever -their horses are. Maybe the horses an't run.
but they are real smart. There is one line that goes over awfully
big with them... "Yes, sir, Mr. ippo, this here colt has the
look of e-agiMs I hisp es-."
A trainers got It Mtade when he gete so he can deliver that
one with a itmright face.



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them out of eeed pae with
a 9-5 triumph.
The Tigers staked airrer to
seven runs I the first three in-
plIgs but when he began to
coat and Cleveland out the
margin .to 7-5, Btrrer took over
and. pitched aorless three-sin-
gle ball the rest of the way to
S his f fourth triumph. Idle
lIgo took over second place
S Cleveland a game behind
the Tanks
Ik the National League, Men-
sant pitched the first complete
game of his major league career.
retarding Brookly's pennant.


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Baltimore Wn
doubleheader Wt s rained o
Two.other obscurity boy help-
4Deeek to hi trim h at I-
t". "ddle Joot o th
lineup at meead sad etute
a hit. Billy Goddma ved other
to first for the injured MNrm
Sauchil and had two bit. Jack
Jeuen drove in three m with
Sba loaded double ateOra-
dy xattoa anda Jimm Plor l
tripled to start a ve-irun sixth.
Detroit pounded out five run
In thrU m n off erstwhile
ClevelAnd ace6 ob Lamon but

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Put Action Into 'Jackpot'
a diltress call from ele of the prent series will take
Svil Station nearly 1,- place on Atlantic si4e at
refuly organized mjtary trance Air Force Base. Person-
ontrol workers moved n2al at Coco Solo Naval S station -o
cickly to the scene of a simulat- and Forts Gulick and Davis will
Qtqma explosion set off at 8 provide disaster control for this e pggpr... t e. o s- A-* 'uu
Grimly realistle of the after r-
ith of a real major atomic di- .
t, it was actually the e LOI m mirni..
tr, a rt a phase exrser I T--, nUANA A, - " ,AT, F ,A" ... " -"'".
direction of ieadqu- Si To &id'
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TaggeasAckpCotmandBthisecuseOfXoher NW woner
d -isa.ter control foces within ,. Ls ew P prisoner O f Cd,
exereise provided a realistically WAS UGTON, Aug. I (
constructed problem for personnel Tire Coat uard disclosed day f if :" I

military aster control training. cer cad a school because of
responsib ty of Rear Adm. i mother.'
ton E. Miles, commandant, 15th The case is the second of it WASR IN' QTO. Aug. 1(.P) .* * ,t w
Naval District type within month It Involves --reaen Eienower ya- o
N" *aval Dstrict.23-year-old Apprentice 9e a w a day proclaimed a -weeptogiw S
The two forces commanded by Norton Pierr Gaston of San Fran. "cod of copdyct" or Amo I TEXT FCODE
Maj. Gen, Reuben C. Rood Jr., clco ightbranklna member of 'rAgoneru or war hat t O o
- Commander Caribbean Air Com- the U grduate from the them to resO t enemy toru.e to -- .ch .
Smpad, were dispatched minute Coast Ademy t N e w the utmost of their ability. W --' of- th nt .ile .
after the alert sounded .Ignt6- London, Con., on Apr 1. The uix-poutp code does not WASHINGTO, A g. I,,W8 soll.tn. -- t.etptq_ bnuWi.o hol. pol l
jag the bomb blast, Col. John. Gaston, on tempary Coast guraote them against trail If the code of condo war 3 ionSr dnt 5I by p Prt5se I mas
Olierdorf, Commander of Albrook Guard duty here, declined com. they break under torture, and yesterday Ordered p t Into e t by the. . r. .. .dr..o
:Air Force Base, dispatched his meat. reveal military secrets. I1. I V an Aner ma.ftrsthe o c M, chuch .
Albrook forces to do control and The coast Guard refused to give WY which a m r oat way of 1e. 64pr -and holmls f b11 .l iet's
1 scue operaons at Cocol. Col. details of third security questioned. But Gei. oh B. B vto giv m give their to ra d trinn th r d tri o rand: it l
A. G. Eleaar, commander of tl cept to say It concerned his chairman .. the .ommitt6e 2. w never at-of my own ree will. I In coh tm- rsnamim andoI Pto I VlI h sto .
ashrd h ..edent beaded I mother, Mrs. Jean. Grlez. Gas- that drafted It, said sph. men m d I will never surrender myjnen while they still have the
Sfdrces from ort Kobbe which ton's attorney said M. Grlse may never be brought to trial. mean toret. .
eped with the problem in tIe was accused of having been a The code, an outgrowth of 3. I am captured I will continue to rest.b a l means teoen' 's
t ,dman area. member of several subversive or- ComMiulot torture of U.S. pri- available. I will make eery effort to escape and aid other to ad Ar a
S Gr eat emphasi is ein l ,ganzations. oners in prea.was drawn up escape. I will accept neither pwoie nor special favors from the orro a dOft ta ....
Great emphasis Is being placed In a similar cale, the Navy re- by a ial efemns Department einey. nS 5 ed
' theart ayed in these ex e cently denied a se commi- co e of top generals and .If I become a prn Mr of war I will keep th alth w .y S ,A S ) .r. l
oises y an oranizati a to E ene y, of Brad- ad fellow risoners. I no tion or take O
.pos f mljtry and civilian ly Beach N. J".P-,ar-od.t oldt effe 'IbyIa awhich.rIo myco e._1==I-tu
e=..ts thato provide dfirstc d .O e -S. rd rela .tia order is edf fate h sonler, Iwil take_ .- n o Iw y oo bmwAu. .m .
worker child car. center e a N. Yrae w ,a t m. e poloratanmer White house. of those appoeted over me and will bank them up mi l Whp
Simnt hole ags and rei[ ea ceuuetooer er c s o This oned, a tlemet, I become a proa t er. q wsr, 1
rt holite nd r _st of gen, board n the t .ony C enro, hisem,, e rt r eg,,a afm- of* boudtIov ownl yO na.me rin aero nomre an.d ,mr,'t m t.. th,, u e W,. nb f do-11 -.

l the e Air Dt f rce gani atei o ad cid hard boe aupby or ra oen few ll0-- t e thr most. of my abiity.I iwill e cmake o oral or written states i ;& a itthe _S t*-
a e movoe.ntol toee oere Ce the a'S. Thomas.n..t .,o .The moies drea m"de mg disloyal to mye coun or all oiharmf 4hera a- M

arthat lobgase onat ea law nd p .ear ed br S. tanow r then ay 1 his t a Arlr
are ahat If ed f r rMadden, sai bMrs.dg hiee rin To h drefo theirmit county a orat o p 45 ,couldn'tS w a -.-" me at.-
Stwaa me bee- l aste to t lae r. Iuero bh WIt u a e I.I willnever o fI. an America&lfighting man,".,ta I n favto r of.t rl6

twalable e o o t i thte orgaizateone andasit fhh nedrent loffe w a- orm I ic-ptv* t r
los The Distaff units were Unever eiomthe re f eW ml formyedicated tt ea o wr ibe Rr the am has astl o Sna. _124ne ?
a0,tumovedo ie ..rd ofbin a c urtygaito hh bo wand to teairhc h wi -uh ma o m yp n"Ide r, Iwil trusthitcmultc in wm."
S e rvs e. i t.aid he was accused of .m- --vr d ad nd o bgeir made y .coun I will trust pirn my 0ond a, .. InP erg n .-'.
ents Mrs Isbel Jerram I r o m lh aa autivittes in several ne o wr-_ oand r ig tin tl aUn lbled Wt a of, .Ml4d .bln ba t -.. e muS .,t I'

ort bbe an Mrs. ZfrlhaKellayg g onhe a y inr teh de during c do
+. Albrook r A Force al';imi l list --'.f "'mre

Wivesof, generals and enlisted MaIdn as "oe efl o e code adheresAaorwrtenutatementar- The cod w a war ibons I
.m alike moved into..the destruc have the -test Interet in po, to the ighete ideals of milttar ,o ,r ._oP to e- m .

ien area^^ ^-t aonglade military, teamsc"eway t ofOri Amerman h ab i o e n thea%.
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m e drati ng comi ttee hed dr a f t eaigt e t n ai I i e 5 t ro a1 Pa le Datpu as "e achav the br -
are in the t ItMhe code f eers. Gr Teate was ebroughte DhereIntTn tr-rfi f itrb do^ te oadpc thre to.e r adttMi. h Motaa 1i.n-1
hesame manner as IasDtJue toteptif tr her i t on'st Abehalf. mertl baed ptied re e n aAlores ovl bdens eeheAin, Jev
.emady's test that brought Madden amid she admitted conn.,e-ciie.ns since they arn thi acod a 4 -Puta. An- j.m weai h r n htmdM
'I, ul u^destructi.e ueon to most of tions wt th or aniatons and "in the cu rrent global war v or ,. ,,+i, nA.,4t -,, M qu t e a i ....f a .-...to the
day's dlspter control forces were with thnm causee they "favor .The code decrees members of oe then prolmaetat so Va. ,m mn... ..-,. ,, .
n.t theh n uoe. peace." t .e .armed for.-ces muste.oady prisoners of.w r n i a, R EBU Sl Ed

rwhat wouldBbe 'The Coast Guard paid a security to i One for their country, mo dor in nit oa rt oriw sllabold a
Sb haheted a oh then f everasurrender of the irFow e l Peron= r 4Wf0 .h r ,h Joanere e .a a su \
headr* Its.-n ,ito oanothermfreerwill., ust tryt i.ot "ory av ilabeme a .. I S srtoo O aiowbS w ,th teHim.Cosd "I "

aheft.I *W.eturneqataft& andfmu#oseekonow@* n0 .nh
tri.ntndeuctoniileoisdwhoe 441 lvOro aoefOlerMl-

"maxe eranl Ofi en 0 asbte si en e ns fiahinibats ad ] kaa*
io n aget- also lmust pledigeto tn "'Swi os(! tlo
treof recoum g ew ale OttlVa*. A-
AiL. s add t hioenmy tea ation ;which t b Ie 4a14. 19
tacklenthewfi1bypail Plt rename, rank an maAnd40r. was askedwit di1 t.

writtentatarontto came e aad
"Heulg ed. sb, nrfutee...... mke .oeghm UP,,wa whermWnerU

Y, the last ion aHpereple d .If.e ofuIn -""dun- l p.,ky aE LE 1o5 E
so .3 ,' a~mebody holdl~ng Slun a d en."on- y.+t coha taeeo,
anybod'tawld everbe tiAd who tptlon tow. Ay0, rwied;oorKarl kl u, a for-
VnTIsTO Atoh Tpthe'

.. f- f .." '.. Teo hS .and"lrl ro ma red wr attn o b
sopartmenbody Defense 1.n t an e n- e seretaryIc eA suurb. One ot the two nos ...
head, no.ed tat health, and meirdmatters: s..... ,.wounded and
thatsfortnptithv caip. -i ngatmy e for maper l were able omanyp-t
waem nt oetofe elethatson" o mfbreaes.Will.----e- ay ieoretary for A er mnl ld t o a te ile ga cla tIo
Tesgovnsent fel..t-.-.-.. -h oTe e --wet.-.. ,Winvolved invwenth e t-.
the. exte, in otst dt oturia .' the.UR# w eIrt o u., outsie Prual- o reas have and
Theomdeot.ihefir sieo er t .d manpower a pe r d ron'a reside w Iyth e o -Ir th J.panese I'i .%. "
The drauftingtcommttTee said c e TheiDepartm D a e took t oa. aI
prom inenattack tdy" t "I-n" " Ints, Aan the r L a
tnranitg anD enwlont:w rprishducation, wil co t A r b re ware s mnd o_ .e. of the o. .

-tp?%i V %lsa. strytf ..'o-.',. t. .ud abeoh nly ar.-

oways neween rispebt-ed of eJ-. an &9- 719 roiiAlbert -.. n igp ot.restson-iue als. 4:i7s l:Sp.m. +01 .
.mmendateomadfrom some- Prs"-
Thea dreatins committee--M- -C
t that U.S.ro ers0 : -r / --8p---"'ent
ty that cameo Io ..... .A Y
taintontoil '. .duca tn a-- WcVn j__h__f .

Command a.( -wo mOr7 -ui t, th N AvPa n "ementof .h'

lat o .vcsto to thepn r Clay-l lb I theII# can eu. T.lhomas. .. a._...L -.. gm

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Sby blown up to, The Im-etm te..mb
b ritbombs jtust after, faied to repor h
Pon ~at 1052.en quay fr h saa-UdmW
NO Ore Was Injured. In7ad
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