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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: AA00010883:00842
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No Birthday gi f

For Margaret

From Townsend

BALMORAL CASTLE, Scotland, Aug. 22 (UP) -
A o ativea sources said today that handsome, divorced
R. A. F. Group Captain Peter Townsend did not even send
a token birthday gift to Princess Margaret for her 25th
The princess has been reported still romantically ith-
terested in the flier.
Hit divorce made it impossible for them to marry un-
til after Margaret turned 25 and was free to wed without
the consent/of her sister, Queen Elizabeth II.

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NO WAY OUT-An automobile

, ... Ui[reCUii5 wafers s.tri psw at
Press and public In Britain suddenly swerved horizontally ...-
and elsewhere had speculated across the road apd stopped.
that the vivacious princes The duke blocked cars carry- Ai4dent -ti.n
would 1 ounce her intentiOn ing newsmen and photographers. AcdOmd i ll
to mary Townsend shortly aft- He stuck his bead out of the
her.birthody, which occurred window and : "Do you want Jl I
yesterday. anything?" F. M, Fs
Gifts were showered on
Princess Margaret fres 3lma Margaret, meanwhile. disap- 'iin rai iTimeA
quarters. But periHbs tn a g l- peered around a wooded bend to- I m aITiw da
thon to know said there was a ward the picnic grOunds.
eonpcous laak of any birth- Newsmen and photographers I Funeral servicerTbr John F.
ay it frlm"Townsend. stunned by the duke's abrupt Brennan, 19-yMf Old appren-
Tao prhicess celebrated today maneuver, turned around and tioe wireman who was killed
wih a birthday barbecue,' at- headed back to Balmoral. Saturday night in a motorcycle,
tended by the handsome sln of Queen Elizabeth brought up accident on the Atlantic side,
a Scottlbh nobleman, on h e the rear of the roWl picnic con- will be held Thaurgday morning
grounds o ancient Balmoral oy in another v cle, but she at St. Mary's Church ia Balboa
'asue *o passed the d. before bo ft 9 A.M
vwgairaet went on a plcnt atop0ped0 the woa-be.-pbrtar-I
testerm w t_ a and5OUtnw ea*bDKJ 2 9 ,if nJz 1 =,bet&7

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Rues ,Mao. It .w (h t" area's, worst flood slrte 193 hurricne.
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Sources Polluted

Families Forced
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rrom H omes; 3juu eas .
NEW YORK, Aug. 22 (UP) -Disease threatened flood- f
devastated nortIeastern towns today.
Mud, debris arid shattered transportation, communica-
tion and utility lines were im mediate problems in hundreds
of communities digging out under a bright August sun.
Dead s1It lay b neath the receding waters, and it was
feare the death toll may reach 300.
-" The toll stood ot 211 in eight states at mid-me$ ',.
-110 in Pennsylvania's northeastern corner of indu|ri.
towns anl vacation camps; 68 in the factory-stilledi;
valleys of Connecticut; 19 in Massachusetts, six W
Jersey; four in New York two in Virginia, one each ia. !
ware and Rhode Island.
At Washington, the American Red Cross said
counted 34,169 families forced from -destroyed or
ly damaged homes with the final total expected
"much higher.'
It Said health probelms in Pennsylvaniap
were complicated because of thousands of dr&wne .
ens and livestock whose bodies we p{Io|lingg
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jtWITW ( t Ual day lugni at a
~IS e went smilingly, to
church, had a birthday lunch
with the royal family .t Balmoh
jal Castle and, changing to ,a
kilt, sped off in a station wagon
for a pinic on the banks of tbe
River Dee.
Margaret's partner at all these
birthday events was lanky, six-
foot Dominic Elliot, 24-yea--old
son of the Scottish Earl of MintI
and it surprise weekend guest of
toe Royal family.

a bote j Imping sW at Os-ad.
I left the cou*r suddenly
when an official tld him there
was a very Important telegramI
for him at the rlitish consular
office in Ostend..
Townsent sped to the consul-
ate in.his car said spent a half
hour with Vice Gensul N. E. San-
diford while reporters waited
anxiously outside.
When he came out, he said:
"Don't read anything into this. I
lust came t collet an important
L Ufl=.W aa. UT7PV

i- teetram.. it was about a norse.,
Ellot, wealthy and eminently
eligible, was the first to rush to
the princess' aid Saturdy- when 4 Huf As Car
she eI1 at the Abergeldit Oastle 4 Hur Xs C
grounds. Margaret cAls him Goes Into Ditch
With her ithbortant birthday, On A- r
the princess technically as, free n Airport Road
to .mnrry 40-year-6ld divorcee
Peter Townsend provided she Four persons wefe injured yes-
gives a year's notice to Partia- terday morning when a careen-
neit. ing auto ran into ditch on Via
But young Elliot was discreet- Brasil (Gelabert Airport road).
ly eased into the picture while
Townserid dodged questions and The injured were Hizinio San-
i0nmersed himself In horse rac- chez, 26, the driver of the car:
ag int the Belgian resort of Os- Marcelino .Wuflez, 20; Brnesto
tOd. Sanchez, 31, and Gabriel Mufioz,
Margaret showed little sian of 31. A medical report from Santo
her painful ankle twitt yesterday Tomas Hospital said all four
wtal ushe took -the bebl of her were under the effects of liquor.
stUba wagon and drovt off at
50 UlUle an hdur for the piicil The four reportedtk were at-
tes. tending a party in Chorrera and
ThetDuke ofdlnb rgh trailed were on their way home at 9:50
the. princes eEr at the wheel of a.m.. yesterday when the ac-
SJD-typaeiti~~onL Wagon. He cident occurred.

man w fntalyI jund "late
Saturday* night he loSt
control eC his m eatcycle at
the inters etion of e'Boyd-
Roosevelt Trans -Jsthmian
Highway and Randlph Road,
the scene of sever similar
motorcycle accident
According .to a Canal Zone
police report, hlrwas |Ming to-
ward Colon on the highway
when he apparently attempted
to make the left turn .ato Ran-
dolph Road.
The motorcycle skiddi across
the highway and col lled with
the guard rail on the west side
of Randolph Road. Brenan was
apparently thrown off the ma-
chine and hit the rail. mie died
at Coco SolQ Hospital -t 12:01
as a result of skull frajtre and
multiple lacerations., .'
The youth was born, t, Colon
and was a graduate of Cristobal
High School.
His parents, Mr. a Mra,
Thomas A. Brennan, <, ether
with two brothers were d vaca-
tion in +New York Citfy ~the
time of the accident, flew
back to the Isthmus ght
after they were notified thMe
tragic news. Besides ents,
Brennan is survived, t w
brother, Tom, 23 an ald,
six, and a sister Joaam t
in New York. ,"
Members of the fairavet
asked that no flowerSk efnt;
Instead friends who wij,-tmay
contribute for Masses.

FAMILY RECUW-P..Fletg .Abe.or a 1 e r
.th ei rescue t F',ing -1 orne g r iington River, this famfly tshfter
t eir rescue at Fri n .. 'i : .. .... ;- ., I.

S }AR4TIN? .May occupants of lower floors Jn this housing project t Hart-
ford, Conn., were fr 1 .to Sed their homes when heavy rains, unleashed by waning Huirt-
wr canke Diane, flooded the area.

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Sregard was the ,o
8. Inon Pa., flood of "IM
Alw s are or 8s leh 2,W0 persons died.
. ooda in 1937 on the Mmt
S as they at their W Ohio,and Allegheny rti
zahd U R ud-soaked t 31250 .lives, previously the u
bedding to dry, the hbnelea and oW J worst flood disaster In
bereaved "are wounding where hWry.
the money 4s gdng to ome from Looters pilUfered a b andm
to eat," one CoabecUlut resident homes, businesses and fac
ad,., "**"* 1, in some areas.
Whole tows in Co te- BSightseers hampered reU.
cut's hety itn striAllwed and rehabilitation work by
Tiver valey1 watd their ging highways for first-
means of livelbh pt, to looks at the flood damage. ,Qf
destruetlea w t s holes. ficials yesterday, particuart rlyW t
There were ftiam at some New Jersey, begged Sunday .Mi,
factorle would neda rebRU. ers to go home or ride some*
Relief ageneies 7 ed .wattr where else.
purificatln equlpm t ,to Damage estimates javed we '
whose water eysteM were rlpe the bllllons of doUars. A city-
out by the raging 'od Watrs ir-ty tabulation s .'tg
and warned resldet to b 0ll all ,(Continued e Pa rage L3)
drinking water. Thi eqient
was sent to Scrant P.f. -and Younq Fishea i
Hartford, Conn., for tr Imtian u ris
to stricken areas. I 0.1J I l IL.
Estimates of dame ran- nto Jiled in Balboo
the billions of dollar for t en-
tire flood area. Mapy the On Loitering Rap
towns hit, especially in the Ntew
England area. were induatrIal Two Panamanian youths weM^
towns and whole plants were sentenced to spend 10 day& li
wiped out. I ial for fishing off Pier 8 In
Damage to homes, public util- boa. .
Cities, small businesses and high-, The defendants, George Bta-
ways was staggering and defied, nuel, and Carlos A. Oil], I-l
an accurate estimate by its enor- years old, were found gui
mity. a letterfn charge this
In the town of Putnam .alone, IL the Balb6a 's
three industries were wiped out,jThey were plc at 5:31k
Th magnesium plant, a textile mzia ng fish und ,the.- '
ill and a button factory were strlcted pier area..

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SAlilB FROM WATERS-An Air Force heoopter swings a
mala to safety froa a flood-lashed houe on the South Side
o fStratea,, .-PA ,

ROAi TRL'ED INTO WATB~IRALL An automobile lies'
overturned r heavy ralag washed part of the roach ats
AgamMM, ., t rair It into a nature waterfall.

BRIDGE GOSS DOWN A bridge between tranton and
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., is washtf as the a's ti bhard-hit by
heavy rains which cased riA Fs and steandslo erT'low their
banks. At least 14 persons hap died igangwylvanis.

RUSCUE MtIION Troops of Connectitata @4 u
load An A Dck at fa-tford for ean attempt
through t wo rh on and Wlnstd. The tWe lit
vere NtW by terBentslI ralin

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345 MADISON AvL. NEw YORKn, 17) N. V.
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w Mexico Airport Gets Hif

.Brisk Business Twice Daily
o ...

INGTON, N. M. -(UP)- line packs a tremendous amount
the busiest airports in the of freight ranging from oil and
twice a day is the gas wel supplies to geiger count
terminal at Fprmnmgn, era and uranium samples and lady
heart of the gas-rich San bugs used by farmers into the
ain. San Juan Basin. Almquist said
i the morning, and again from #0,000 to 50,000 pounds of air
evening, four sturdy DC-3's freight are taken off Frontier
eir way over the sage-cov- planes here each month.
!Pa above the town, make Residents of L'armington got to.
ittern turns and land in gether a few years ago and raised
on. nearly $50,000 as the city's share
are eight of the flights op- of costs to rebuild the airport-
V Frontier Airlines, born including erection ol the modern-
r the war to serve the off- istic terminal building and paving
nmunities of the Mountain of the 5,500-foot main runway .aI
i sow the nation's largest ramps. In addition, the field has.an
toe miles flown-local serv- 8,0oo foot gravel runway, accord.
ine. ing to manager D. Oscar Thomas,
en the loading ramp at veteran private and charter serv-
ton, those planes are the ice pilot. I
raot of things t happen The CAA has a communications
g5e9 rsli, wh boarded at station at Farmingtpn, unlike
Caiy, Denver, Phoenix, many of the other communities on
or way points hop the Frontier routes. The air line
shment at the plushy owns and operates 90 per cent of
a ,. I. lit. radio, Instrument flying and
Serewi, whose goal is to weather facilities.
esr work done in 20 min-

Gas Is h A
In addition to uranium explora-
tion which is growing in impor-
tance, Farmington has s o me
farming but not enough to justi-
fy its name.
Its place in the economic sun is
maintained cbefly by natural gas.
Wells, mostly ao0 ias to the
east, already are racing about
500,000,000 cubsleBta dayror use
in New MexicoC authern Colorado,
Arizona and. central. Califorila.
A line alre is being built to
the Pacific Nbwest to carry
350,000,000 cubic Ofeet day. Appli-
cations principally by the big El
Paso Natural Company. are
pending thatWou raise the daily
output and exptt. 1,287,000,000
(B) cubic feat. "' -
About 1 I, W s have been
drilled so far il, ZOS more loca-
tions have been established in the
Mesa Verde azi Picture Cliffs forI
When asked how Ilng they would
last, one gas company executive
lied: "If they don't last for at
itat- years, we've wasted,a lot
o s. But 1 don't

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ISTANBUL.-AI the Ferry Iron
Buyukada Island glided past tb
Mosque of Sultan Suleyman tb
Magnificent, towards stabul thi
young, open-shirted Turk in fr
of us said something whichreveal
ad him to be one of the world's
great experts on the electric brain
'It took just three minutes to de
termine that be had just returned
to his native had from the Mass
t tt.ute of Technology. The, hb
had helped elped develop ue atma
toom as the machine which eou
"liten" to misie and tell you
whether the tunes were by Brahms,
Bethoven or Bach.
In the U.S., this fellow would be
earning well over $1000 a week.
Here, he Is lucky to brtig hoe $5
a week. But he chose to rearn
home. Like so many other Tukish
ple who live-this ide of th ra-
ar, submarine and military de-
fenes marking the Iron Curtain
border, be believes Russal will
Ltart the next war by invading
His military logistics may not be
as fine as his mathematical logic.
But like tIe rest of the Turks, he
suffers and makes sacrifices to
help his country become stihe.
he Turkish people are among our
few allies in this world who are
willing to die to help us live.
Millions of these good people still
live in hovels, even in eaves, out-
side the few big citles-so that
their country can maintain a ter-
rific army. Once you leave the ex-
citing Istanbul Hilton Hotel you
S this preparedness everywhere.
Soldiers just swarm over the coun-
tryside. Ever shee 1W4 Turkey
has had almost 1,000,000 under
arms, and a fine army it is,
This is a heavy economic load
for a poor country to carry. Tur-
key is broke, but isn't doing what
so mapy of our friends, including
Western Germany does. It will not
turn to the Iron Curtain countries
for trade. It will not deal with Com-
munalm, mxept or oiue tradition.
al andunmporntarefor ngradar
nearby .teles- althoun h the
govB e t u make real mo-
ey with eSoviet.
yet wow L 'govern
ment. or a big
loan, OW f eam ddwn!
S been during money In-
to -h. but mostly for radar
secrets, ai* bases, naval bases, an
.rt A d~a on 4e" exposed
been mIght little ec
althouh we have sent
nimws dollars to
ouch i nd as Frtnee and
TtliUjh~a *M*M Mltji Ut

ssgo through the mai
ileinto them by genial
'tri" itler'.s Farm.
a or since 1948.
y shift baggage, mail
MiDM one plane to an-
cat continue,
atoa", to their varl-

%ea- The Take-Off
transfers are.complet-
DC.'s6 gassed up again,
i and passenger Aim-
a S c problem .is to make
MEH me gets hIt he right
iVItmN abo -,and the vet-
oPwwal Iwo ipa t off in
uit and Tom Makurat of
inraue. district Iales man-

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'Cover Dris'-'Ower and Aer- thng rushed up to him. ght u.I
-BlI_ Fa.plly-4MX's SIe gsheG d owr s t~ how it was private l
tyl such a thro uay meet the lmb
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eat opapros es a.ubou llion hangover noex bar.lho a d, ,agmr a'del .H -.a-reand sh e?.r .,Se.K T

.s eitmof I The other A ,ew eev or operator on nI a p y -" Ov a l O opera -1 ut l t r
lght le ~ eI; ra s and Ca I Hill geuerousy allowed a r .oes y has now lost ernment. 'Ofl
reratI dreamed. up the. gl. eman tto sep aboard the otherI adam, the is no one s would L t nmber e. farewell ..
osps and peaked n front of dBut nt without letting the i other have bump me out of nae fl have hee thrown nm.tr. e utm
tbe toulilton Hotel, there was rer know what a good guy r hyou." Ii. ei im ghUly
rat d.. he was. h- iSeal t b had ay. ew
Meanwhe the kish govern- ."Whether you realize it or not,. As long as the bus and streetcar'lte uniform tCke- '
meant is Blberalllig its laws. It has this elevator is reserved for sena.- strike lasts here, police aren't jult as bl alves the tI5p Navy Job L..v...o.^of l g'f e b t
built trade here by Itaelf, tora only," be announced pomp.- standing for ny aeese from -to keep ahead of the nodry
go that mie agents ously. "But I'm going to let you drivers who delay traffic. A few reports that what "fast eying re-
net II beat tht "Fle," asid the gentleman downtown into a d part- ios eom, hatt e.r." baag
Comj b mh 1 iee fvr tae affe "I nameOf, isef w Gore, Senator Gore lnt age;. na gi d a cle..h g
tion ofg v- people a t Ifnome., "'I h toi overall cat zadeet Ta, a bon t r.o
laoshesf move nm t whou A -- t at.walong fout e. .1:6Thev e abo o kth r s a s
no ha- r to t criti- Ae familiar figure on the militakw you ao. e any trouble," n '---t A uanr w as l
Meail the Trkisht gd oavear nd emte party circuit is Matnte sen astr his aide. Sot a. Also r Ine men's wear depart- -3 Sxto
bbh' b elu s by (ga, ight" for tuich sain, ,uaralteed un. Ada iiae.r, chief of protoc olpliceman llded up anI asked mebt, of Navy Charles -w.-
nit tt i-on beonse re. to onu Ir t a on cdpm p-s .anding or wnnsunsmfo -,k .-, -ng
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Al2' -Ul).- l te eu'oo1ibine at West .e b_ ed in the lower part of ld edrira fed a e
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..' Th prisoners ?uhoued their uiO4 fr friends to reae their campaign

,,. J e'a 0, .-the .-. ..nmitee render a .,, were dez d out of --- understanding a two-
?', Wasts u flo my"uw.,,. A,, ,, nd ia.Ipllo gewa
l d I is Ae cnireOWeP e .wa ever. con- their bnd p. te nu a a e,
il- ,ataf(-*mdp a vfla d abeatt the cbnteict tt.e leoft.h ,, ____e ',, ,,
fisib. rbl ne'er' thes ade hdry, it ulif, .presl-C
n. Wrnre .er ideU-lwere. outreto ames .C.
-On June'20-the. .,.a ituient ,o.ot-,
S..g o n. e exeptlon" to the 'Pres-i i ,'.one. &11am --s-Lw -'-- i -....
it's A* f -. p .',s jabot s' tlO . .Butal.t.
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Property It Is youre
*ibrUy not only to e
dmsage is paid 'br, but at
your hild 0oes with. you to tke
care of the matter. T.7e only !*y
to teach a chIld repect -for th
property at h1ir g #akeika
Important la]ue gpten.,be
mall damage he d
A eTloM "-8 what?" attitude
on the part of parents Is refleoot-
ed in oIrresponsible a-ttitude
a ths part of the elD.
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mediaely' for a tr- mp ja 1,4
myw a i taImp" b be ia o thi
But Wedt Int oblgin g oui
to ad a spade. Wht do u
when Wet qopeM the king of
Ther normal ply is to wit with
the ace of heart amd r'tuom a
heart towa r d dnmyI's. jack.
T t wouldn't work ti today
ha l, betaum Wet would take
the quea of hearts and e -nUne
the suit, allowing Bit to Wutt. The
defenders would et. two trump
tricks anad 'a heart, defeatug the
A better solutoM was found In
one case whlIn the hUnd was dealt
f orda_.t S" rr was bot
Rubinow one at1I" bntry's belt
ches u i 0th t s bouwd
to mae hmak a brid as

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1NEW YORK -(UP)- A flag beseve, may hbve inspired
wise American who believes both striped. flag.
S. ,stars and the tripss in the L'.S.
Swoe -ShO: One of the' bnner were copied from early More Evidence
cordcompies m will plactch flags Intends to visit Amnster.-
within a year," a device am to pick a polite bone with Whether the stars in the East
should officially herald the Dutch historians. Frieslbnd banner symbolized he
of the ta era. This is a While he has been busy inspect* Star of Bethlehem which g ldb
lo Into which yon can in- I l early paintings and coughing the wipe men to the manr t-
Magazine reel oftap et-three bii vay through dsty archives in which the Christ child was boMn
woth-ad plug it to your quest of the eluuive origin of the is something about which Tower
The whole th iug fil cot oy nlmerican flag, Lawrence Phelps is uncertain. But he hopes the
&ha 75,-perhaps much less- Tower, tall, thin, soft-spoken secre- Dutch can find out.
oI fidelity is much superior a of the United tes Fla Tower's evldend% of the Dutch
'gid*o -p dation. believes the DUtcn influence on the U.S. flag l*cpudeas
l-'t be long "before disc M i vqt been doing much of any- the temark that John Adams, Ae&
w will become tape twirlers. a ft-n ,eptn -.. and UB.S. president, made whea he
..t leeq grs wat he wants them to do, he and Bentamin Franklin visited
4 man who makes such loud salon, is to start some of the'eamelHolland about 1780:
SPtan Keot speaks In a Colimbia on ta e ... ..... back-b-reaking-labor he has been "We have borrowed much from
.oft voice. But both his mu- saditio record dp t , engaged in, but with their hunt the Dutch including the ideas
6 bhis words are full of ideas. Miller. Asi thatd bsli ed. at unearthing the original re-rpsented In our flag."
great Capitbi records jazzs Hr fiMt rel aje M significance of the stars and stripes This quotation. Tower said. ap-
*wo is now leading his bq abd'ae,. It's used in early Dutch fpags. pared in the 1917 "flaor number"
Shis own.C S-TV .how, "Now i Te w,. A Co e e of the .Ionalc c_ cJBt-c
'55," think. the current smoke.- The significance e said he feels tunateie .
for i ja is..pretty Saod. -.n s ure, !w.l turin. o to be connected has lott i ."
andn, "'e says, Roy Hamitic?, p O's star. It's with liberty and religious freedom. Itbn. TOv Wr
Sl .b __u years. a style quite a lng way fom Then. perhaps. he will have estab- through the p
il (pi.'A 'fplsed.Frank Sinatra'lh. BVa. one waylihed that the United States, paper: re x h-,
tir apop they're the same-Roy Ju.t hired wittingly or npt, eleetcd symbols remark can T .fi-
sKed to be thatFrank's longtime .aecolbpanjsV for its flag based upon the same cated. -,"
ewuskMered by arranger, Graham Porbe. tenets whlch led to the nation's Tower.'s.vie. oJi
i1, as part of .the ---' founding. Simple ... but hard be in mr
po. Theft's a big Dick's Pleks:' T good arrglle- wqrk. grim. l
S.. ments of one of the- i ~t~- Tower, who has spent 18 years nsorn tr .
mental in a long t I'-, "The digging into the history of the Society wt -s
Toy Tigqr" done by iUeuI Rene Stars and Stripes, is a Wall Street emT-
(H RCA) and RRal Mate (Mer- broker, who once spent much of
S cury,. Othew5. 'T*weety Tiny Fin- lils time tracking down obscure
gers" (Art Mooney MGM); -Pam- oaingt for art galleries. He ha l .itS
ner Me" (An W RCA1: -I been tretary % the flag tpun- 11W J
BWEtle(CBW-Radio): A Want You To Be My Baby" dation for ten years, and also is ..l .
figue is something ou (Georgia Gibbs, Mercury); "We secetary of the general society of All Af
aen you ask a woman her Wont Say Goodbye" (Percy. Fai.c ',ayfower deIendant. .
Conlumba): W u, Wander.- II his 18 years of research,
.... - ful One" (f111y 1ams Qunrtet. To*er has amassed considerable SYRACUSE,' N.Y.. -(UI.. A'
pop field is always ob.,Coral): "You .and,. Yqu Alone" ov:dpice. some written and some art of .my .rt is buried here"
4,fl fada and trends. There (David Rose, MGMl ; "Sol dier aro on 16th to 18th century o(- i pptaphs; in Wheel's
-e rhythm and blues fad ppv" (Sunny Gale. RCA): "A 'aitdings to show that the seven *et'r. i in ,We. '
ieems 4 be waning. Thai Satisfied Mind" (Hage and Luigl, red-bars on a field of white, which. -The etty fqor pets- estab-
fad that w9s good for Mercury),* the U.S. regarls as 13 stripes olSi" yeome
,e kidr. who liked it will' alternate red and white, came] the ire g plae ot almost
a, M* thaUIt B & B is dy. A little jaz z-"Sateo (Armstrong) fort the Symbol of unity oq Calvin-. 2,000 S "'. .
to .ad besatth-eylkaae.'!Plays Fate (Wll '" on CnIum-i.n sinevenorth Dutch provinces Mqst.-are dekas al. cats But
on, a tall, thin, sandy-haired bia: Pee-Wee Sa plays 'Dixie- during the 138 revqlt against dwno Adlald RB. Whbl, Sr.. can
rlth a serious expression, land Classic*" o Canit'l: fnme e He also belieyp that the show mI the graver of eanaries,
a talk about _.L analy.g progressive *ptan by Hal Scaee of white tars on a field of rabbits, a J"A prrot. oat.
dphesig. ,He ao likes to .. o "JustTo tuch" (RCA.: eam'om the three-starred even a I .w. gander. On plot
SeB the pn1, arrange i Lionel HamoM Is Wailing at the whid fpew in East Friesland. has et1 'erved la advance for
iten it. He thinks m Trianon" (Columbia), thepravce from which William .....
of jazz is improving, pri- ,-'r, p olbefr wr hhW il c lame toa IwsatM e re h P_
because the young musi- A few top clfss1leal albums- t ad other ef. came to Hbi he wasn't allowed
coming up are -better Orimandy ai rc P hdela.ta |t6 s d'ld. "Tted
lOrchestra Piny Tchalkovely's 1 Tree pBass has a bby rbw use,
mg Instrument ts today," Romeo and Julle Overture (Co- he a ,
o, "have usN beesn to mb )" ZInka ahov, soprano. the Mibarred flag or Heland, o',: -' a vt
& thbela la shr oiea fqmi lfeA so bi pd I 1h dna. iie e shh
..., n'aAc tadar opet reAtriever of WorldW ar

ofab llNO sip c s mk cakes a far t-n m"a-

israebu e says .present S ., uprigi or fluab with the ground.
~A sem to be getting -of seven red on ite,and a But ame; owners have provide.
bi to ' l' flag of 16 to t on blue stone benches as memorials in the
Researdls i. etherlands, cemetery*, .
brand ne for P Tower bellevt that the "One beach was given by a
sir i ds with an1* t a vt.man on welfare," Wheel said.
-' with l tieanWf w% @am Bible. "It must have beeno a great sari-
Sipeo .. o re- .In anotlWr experience with a
Sei d dictningt, had woman overly fond of her pet
St s e. I s qi the S io Whteel recalls. "Her husband was
..w. l" i ,-, n 'i'JP .' I. ^^ ._.s W around for our buried in S:. Agnes Cemetery.
--.tea hrana.t. 8 fa gsed for iWhen she visited his grave. she
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the ad Jry Lew together aga bere, re the
Army tar ios BBC. It ad in but it's w NEW J Lewis o serenity at hi home hbi twb
the renne s who Ae vie- longer wailing to play e.compleite sons, adontd 6- -ar.d 3d63.'
tory was imminent. But in a more imbecile the screwball and the and 10year-old G -li, PttL.
signifleabt sene th6 journey origi, fool 2 hours a day. j He was no screwa He was
Jated In theo' ive mind of a Bmes Their decision to continue as a human being-a very liketbib one.
itive artist who believed that-war 'talm, Jerry assured me, has north e Be beplalned albo not A
was a soa a..e plaL bi Jui to' do with it because it's been "what you'rT. tifh ob do.,"
ftwet pun ott. Jeraiea-ar d -fj mW Jerry for many moaUth "You go toi noywo9ed ASrty
ended at the chrnal house of u- no. There was also a side to and you're seated as far ii po-
chenwald where ainnocene, fled Jerry e revealed, for the .lible from you wUe. I was tqd
and JJohnton suddenly lid e..;. you're supp sed:t4 do that. Well,
whatthe war war All abopt.. 'l inMd ma I. I hated it. I love Patti. I like to be
7Te author, presently a success- t" ttioiIt'," with her. Now we do what we,
tul Irish playwright, reveals, with ed i hhed oice- Want to do when we're invited out.
a deft touch and ready wit, the 1 ci Palisades home. We sit together."
moods and camaraderie of men was t .o e a screwb ..At every movie premiere Jerry
udder fire, tbefr disregard of pro'- te fool People said nd Patt were lost from each
tocol, their loneliness, with' an a ce r emotion r *pet other in the crowd -while lie acted
the city generally lacking i Hllywood. Well, I discover like a monkey on a string. .7 was
War .books. we all wrong. tpid to walk n and lot like a jerk
The book coveris a diversity of t Oe Time, Jerry confessed, because that's what the people
stabjbcts, ranging from a wartime "I'm not going to do. what S19, wanted. It was the thing -was
S .. interview fh Titotoo ronic bat- supposed to d any e. posed to do. Well, I' not
a ', tjufleld discusalons with learned gong to do wa lull to ogi to do it any more. I don't
. piemts. -.* I've cut all of Ywl'i free oeve 1 t'v es,0esary."
The last chapter in which John- loaders out of -my i aa4 There was wide-eyed Jerry tell-
l *. aton pretends lie was killed.in t! found friends wh., aXr hifl gabdut Patti's February date
Brenndr pah1 uta"l pak te lgi gin Ibelags." ith the kat. an event lit over-
tion but doea't m iar the over-all Ian them fel-.The an h* stman
/ effect of this fine book . At One Time ,erry confess, the. wrd, the aaze Jerry
Seven his wife at said to him: oaked their doctor:
-ame is a ular -.' t b you any "Why now-after 10 ears?"
I t hs otin d.g'. ... The doctor, says Jerry, leveIli
it has sa -anan a with him.
hind the gn Iver -1e sure e "Maybe," was the medic's wise
*iether he ist be hunter or the Itauwer becausee y'Ae. btes tpo
SMan-ed. nd e Wrapped ap'y 1 ref. Mayle,
Man-eatinr ti r and loopirdsI erry, because now you're think-
saear -to-bes of prevalent 1'at Ing better" S U tI" ..

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:,t "eu.'. oed j g big c ats b t . B l g o ,,noe" m al a
ea saso a my iht. The A" ob ualisites O- Tucker Dtiey di "e on a
SAndersoulays ro i the ability i lrob- to the Hospitl." re red l eVisits r Hoe" a "Pattioes ,i 0
tme role in southern Ti that the science uafa o t e H o. he are t C
late Col. Jim Corbett played rably fu It d by comaparisothe b crpvteain &h
late .pCt of % fowid Weit. dn s ere -pyta WhiteV/ .. -*llj --- -.--'',*'I
S. the north, and many of his ex- w his favorite re dig. lewis move a dTs he ie |crI
tf ft e are orth, sonpr e leather o n the TV show he lke .
Those d Col.. Corbett described in B lk le e r frg Ut e ote be ,
'MANt-ATERi OF unMA eN. I didn't lake! m a
aan "rogue"" atoned Anderso n's There _m e te t rsmental Jerry
S.C.tmpan in. Kaasas L rembooe produces a new element l I Lewis telling, fr the first time,
elas super isid the beauty Southern India the heater his to that he make frequent trips to the
f ,e- Cotry Club worryn ot only about big cats but Al Jolsona ia n a Los
S1.an. arpe that a few HEA E DFOR FILMp also nfr-ily elephaUInts. ,- Angeles e "DBecafe .1i
aaay. moblcstie- shaggy Wally god, the Mo. Peepers of Aes rship
Pasture To i TV, has signed for a movie. There is a Irrestle fascina- the oian."
lome 20d homes and is a scenic He'll appv ear with M!ckey tion about these sa otKmts of dead-. t will be Jerry the sc rwhall
smlow spot of the middle West. Rooney. ly games of jungle-hie-and-seek. in on the screen, on and
S61are cur spand this book is a good represent- in night clubs. One of the flniest
SeLa e' flour e to l aw n native of the class. Anderson em- lellows in the world. But now
beutey iaple feeding bellif s.htI s hu b ut stories with you're oina to discover that he's
Cwtering and nowig. Wer's hs W 4//_ affectionate deserptionn df jungl e man and not a monster.
advcet f P scenes and at or es about the
C th e grabs and weeds .as friends, both human and animal. A Los Apgeles thease chal n
closely as possi.hN and rake the- he bas enco intner th .- t hener.- is a C for
at the rate of 25 to pund E er I Profest B rring (of theaters i to remodear a. of his
tl luar evenly, raking. d tnto the mple byPublihts'ON Weekly Pomona Colleg t) has written __not Tme for a revival of "Dead ad?"
ril, rev.eley,, rsaig tFthF.. ... ICTION only a history, of the absent re- '
ad. Wet it down and in a fet BONJOUR TRISTESSE Fran- publics of aIl Ame=l but has
i, work It again to provide a coise Sagan provided abi aopters at the
good lbod. ME' t ING OF VALUE -R Rob. bei of book on the back-
| Neet t a ^ristoKrt Of I_.et RKuark .... groudo*t At -Is&& tat. the Span-.v"

` miht ifyeS wants blue srass THE FLOWER GIRLS *- &. WM D R IV E dIN
|m--- twOts1e _,-n 'AUNTIE MANE -PardEs fount A RY 0 -mcD-

* r i t. I' aoZ tbowl a hZanl TIM E FORa SERGEANTS--ct viltM also deals cte- VIOLENCE AND PASSION THE SCREEN HAS
S*-F | lf.ln ae n and Cross- 'ae I ma sively tiM perhaps neglected e n
Win. INCER Y. WILLIS WAY!D Afr agrot d and what the, SELDOM SEEN
John P. Mr n- d N.slaves rrdught to the new!'-- .
Cut.. gh EXCESIOR N. Bouer &O 51 --t-h to- .o
k le down, but ot GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne We lso at a gilmate of whattp o 4 t 4050W
:. s .ray a nd keep Morrow Lindbergh pain was e at the tfe it was T
S i l .the 15rug THE POWER OF P 0 SIT IV prepare forits "golden age" S.... -,,, a hWlt A w, ,r'amous stunt drier takes a high-sp1ad div
All-er d pero. ajyi THINING Norman Vincent whe afrte nd Paaro made Eramp. Then he cos s down wet a nsmashing crash onto a bed of broken beall
Do 5n3m the new lkr~ss.unWIHOW TO LIVE 3 DAYS A YEAR'and Peru. Ths is followed by the p- I Ter e wsyou, We% ou Th tunt dnsared ly
ft hba acted a height of th ee' -John A. Schindler oqiocis riod Thap's the k an or puseren y out. The stunt ndya1
Lt i gn to C a often off WHY JOHNNY CANuT READ With tb m sildag Her- SEEE SUDThatisihe kifd oprefloAyouAed otonthehimhpa% the knd you g
t Cnat ati as neressaryt Rudolf F Pesch ring then takes ,s groin country the AH-New Tubelessupir Cushiont.
u fner yr"m leer ,thp two A MAI AIL.D PETERe Cath- to county. Thetr is rather heavy
these Tillepis and well the THE 'PAVLY OF MAN EdO to w's nenihneu for thatd
ea~rr di wardS Fiem country acquired during the many In its new and plened 3-T processm Goodyear triple tsmpes t ugh
years he has been conducting cord sinews and ivntegrates them with improved rubber compounds
S"seminars" there under Tension, Temperature and Time to produce a mighty tire bly
SEOIINC AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER Gr d who ca that's completely unified-comletely sitight.
TRElATERS TONICHT! oreu FLYING WA I HAVE The new Tueless Super-Cushion gives:
a r: 5-: 8: OTAtO Ws. 6:,5 7:M5 E PI,, (Abe- 1. un tre P eteeilon-that's amaing even to us! And tMhere's no
*0 m8Wlard.ebiupian). He deals in heavy, heat producing sealant to shorten tire hlife!
*.. am a..Uass susatives to such an extsint that
wsr u luiraove t4oW se a attw 2. Blowou Preoedsen-provideeg a greatly increased margin o'

Ts ABe CO__ _ foe. nlowtie P.erfemer ce-a quieter. smothe. asier r-pW* eve
M&GAITA : 7:55 I friends frome er planets peter mileap than today's grast standard tires.
o T.: who app in this 4. And It combins all these advantages at a reasonable pri-no
W say th the as -that y igher than the price of a standard u cind tube. Why not .syea
"uM".u nA.W A W t .r pt e with Al-New Tubeless Super.Cissiiomms? yer
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NEW YORK, Aug. 22 (UP) .- It took ~f ine ...--- _
ing finish may be just what the Chicago White Sex
need to wip,their first American League pennant O us, A
since 19. NEYw YoRK, Aus. 22-'UP)-
stai htA two-rus hasu run belted by
Off to.hj.low start and then Tigers have lost five straight infielder NIe o era of the
the victim of a tough break I and 13 of 20. Cuban Sugar a was the Iv- ra
When berwas beaned by Bob Don .o..ar se won his fifth er that boosted the Motia ly t ...
Grim on id ay 18, Bll oseo has straight game since the Yan- Royals to a full game lead today P
sudKl Caugh6cret re in- the lWt kees recalled him from Denver in the torrid Int ernatdenal r u kaw t tea
two weets e 4pr.tk Ihe White In an easy 6-1 conquest of the Loags ennant race. |11 I&r a
SBox In e time f their great. Baltimore Orioles. Bill Skowron, Ealera's drive produced f eI In a U.S.-U, i s
S eat nee&. e'sbeen belting the Mickey Mantle and Hank Bauer only scoring a the bt.g ame [ "S a .. oll l
ball at .411 p.plnce Au.:. 7 hit homers for the Yankees, who of a doubleheader at Toronto before san
during whl tim~,he White ave won 10 of their last 11 Sundsay as the Cubans beat, tatrs.
Box reet as ul dries pih 1 games. Larsen. who struck out we gac Teratur, 2- be- . e2ican di
games.'-' six batters, now has a 6-1 rec- hind the four-hit pitching ofIN sa Bdb M a A i
7 he ea-01. Mifoso en- ord for the campal. at Scantlebury. Toronto had i Reid a
joyed ht. q of tIe cap- The third-plaee Cleveland In- a husky 11-7 lead in the albt
paign ye h -ei he ,oul- dians took advantage of 10 ca whea cutfew halted play waI
elected sixkh Ja nine time snd walks by Art Ditmar to be at ffro 1fi r?.- r
d* rove% three. ra~ n as the White Kansas Sty. 9-4. giving them a Matrpl, eanwhile, wa -wa ..
and 8-2. e, victories enabled letl s. Bob .emon started for Syracuse,,-1 anid 5-2. ON .HE L Ne-J..Polr .be. on thu inside., a j sot Sou, i! ata sl mE .. i
the White Sdx to sweep their the Indians but Jose Santiago In- other Sunday games; Buf metis aboard, at Ho south Pr on the New oris a thriller. s thee w rlear .of 4:1.1 t by' T
.four-game series with the Til- was credited with the victory falo swept two games from Co. have the winner at 523.40 for et a" r eAm l
era and move to within two per- although he needed help from lumbus, 8- and 9.M, and Roch-I - I
New Yolk Yankees. Batteryte, G.eore usce, eater beat Richmond in a pair, /'
first dme and his sixth-in- borated in.liading the fourth- Glenn Cox scattered nine hit..t MiS In 44.6in.9: ".G.aI
S Mtflso had two hits In the Jr., and o WhIte a 3- and 12-11r e Royal O u lasts Fol o.eorp Bre won the
ving mer broke a scoreless place Boaston Red Bx to a 4-1 to win the opener for Montreal, .Oh o_, amthe Japan _.re -*. : Il
duel between Connf' Johnson victory over the Washington choking off a Syracuse rally with rW to take the D.IM..
an4 southpaw BillJy Hoeft. Senators. Sue scattered nine ony one run in the ninth. In- In n-reat ro.o3 ,1 Te 1*a.s of
Johnson. recalled from Toron- hits in winhina his seventh ning. Joe Stanek and Wade wasC c1 ked in thesame. T le. J g or
to -on July 1, hrled a four- game while White hit his Browning combined to hold By- In T nr. but was given second place Ta- Oha' -
hitter to notch his sixth tri- ninth homer inthe sixth in- racuse to four hits in the seven- IH ow BWUeE tkhi7 *lAokI Was third 1n 951.0. thela
s.umnh. second shutort and re- ning and doubled home a run inning nightcap. ege Onekee of Honolulu was The
duce his E.R.A. to 1.97. In thoe Red Sax' nthree-run fifth en 10:03.4.
In theiultca Mnso drove eght -innp rally. Duke Mass pitched four-Stable'sspeedy$1,000 seven fulo for 2-Amerian M 20 Japanese
In two runs with a triple and In the National League, the hitter to wain the nhi.elnning War p to a a after- Cleas "A" ad te ....t hrs- 1o-Oro..8. I m pikaw c took the
three singles as the White Sox Philadelphi Phillies completed opener for Buffalo. Th.e-Blaens ito- ", imamoror ,ste a atr the jum .2-Ltna-l0,Tou ,,1....0.
celebited Dick Donovan's re- a sweep of a three-game- setraledto win thee eea-ini ng to..an tho d oeatico r at.lE to et -Lo double $ 3 .60. .t- t 0
Turn to the firing line with a 15. when they downed the Brooklyn nightcap by veeo.ing a 6.1 f in the featured Barge Royal, partial to. ther Double: $.C0. -I '.
hit assault on three pitchers. Dodgers, 6-4. The Dodgers are deficit. wit four uns in the M l o lop' tha t prevailed after THo- IR .0 US e .M
Mlflnso now has hit safely in 13 deen in a throes of a shittin h and four Inethe seventh. al Uiaabl atl e fo. r re s s- frm R,- l $. 3- .. 0 r2 .60. .-, !
S strigbt ames and liftt thise slump, .have rt had victory t ugip u v. the starting gat : g o top,w ... shook 2-Va. . ar. .0 -"-. .
o, ce-sicklyaverae to 281. from a ,trtng pit cher th Rochester got only four hits off mut l faoito qres S-Rabib an. I
Donov|n. selned sine Julv month and have drooped 10 of ott Jim Konstanty in winning b ..a early challengess then held on One-T wo: 4. 1Fo
26 with appendicitis, pitched an their e.st 14 gameia. It ads up Its opener but two of them were .Ile5 gunl sen pol drew aloh iayde O fURTH RA O.
eight-hifter in winning his 14th to a serious slump but the Dd- obbu-emptycl twlng out. 1-yaratatra $, 20, .40.
me. He walked only two bat- era still have an 11-game cplah- Jhn Brandt and. i two-run al. 1 and a RD oyal tufted 2-Atom- $6.40, 4.20.
feN anr i struck out three. The ion A tnat disaster. cosr b.Je Cunningham, both Into the bamesr echWifth 0a4e S-PaO Sea A 0n
Wille Jones' prand 311 tcspm i mthe sevetnh Inning. Brandt rvin Db a was Paa's new Ro l by a han dut Q=6: $.8.
er was the bl blow as Heran also hit a three-run homer in welteawe t hte4toda bty y id the stretch a-a FIF' RAC-
.B' S^.t-1^ 4"^ ^^ I*8 Wehmeter won his 10.th_ heMS bad nightcap. to I cn pMck o1 oO"
1^.... ve athad la Marvn, Pnc-h U- ak Qae -iel virtue of hi1Troundesplt eo- NEtWilg OK y. doctor Rui got e- re .. W, nr ft" aJ I
I- R l Loreu*the e Bob Bubl won his 1 th amp rf h go od rowd.n In the final 100 .ards. Pal un- rt ye e Jat
Sni uat4:30. as the Mlwaukee Braves yon. U l The title. had been vacant sx ahpd a sudden au that maal- 1-Vall B a rematd s -meset t" ?S

iag the ted set of the lease shutout as the C.iannealn- -'BlIl S "< W in .t 144% to I aThe. nthema1t* 2--Merry ipor (a). thoritathwe t oday. S
m uumteti ea btwpen aeb dle a ond ti dedle abea n B d t wthe re- Lotits Id.inpT 145w. eele..ot achers a lnFMll Ue Spda5 euS at

V| Peanrotokeot v oet e E or r reeG ropseae waa 124, a aourdad iae L sh adt betin d.teo ws pay0 tLui 5
Inhfrt B m ,,l .hbeat ouble aTt Slxtyt ntre .. na vs a"nde rt i. her- "., eps hd t, s, ,, od o On-To: $.s. v.=
efo u r dd et a en .mofu- MCphthis m e. V a,, lx hwil cftneain -r aieper wse u pase Tna ld the "t'i a t ,) 6- o0. a" 9 i

mn th thd ehen ho th ed . ota e" igat oif o a c ad v e r a o w ohroc

a w r .olle. Ctar ee buao h.e of M p i ., ig i n d a s t.oo " bodin atpI % to.w path g 0-e2-ree vtoriss o top --- w

ea first set eag, 60. the .rle d fo w r hatlf of to o "e Blue new coura wpldl w2 n ndi... L_ .l *e ,ee rop rus eatrn e -
Petit stbecarte autver ncare tortes -a tegrt,efud n. an m eulr io three-ruand whler ._ wins 1-Etagsulem $8e, .04.0. lsug1 tAh ot

-pH a set but dMid not use hil s "e I he edrh tn the o a brono e 1j--suchs ", 2.20. 3 c herl $ r80. mer ntM ala i bouts -_:
mac e w club warneB sd r heo vesn o t o- i o l.- and ,, e I.. .w. ahel

o fisg wo games add tie UPentry lst for the.sxth anua Dr rue s ''d r wont id elast tworoundssoby- Tuehw $e, l i.- t Iev-naIona B.ok neC l .
d Te co e Southern 5-mile s c that onl or w s suffer fri ywttde arteln tt jud S- nited Its _-L.
Srea e- alla I dek SOeItthfe hee guor D\eay htc mri-sOel an nt oen anthi o gindt wo the w wpd treeree maolo e p L ea oe 1 a.t as l eanetht nea
*a f Pneio fathe r erg on t.J I0hebloaee exe8 numpirdle- whol.ch pronetinsfris se2o-a$er.60.b n a foarte th i te lbm tthe -e b ote
n 6- but Hesrnea g he rfter Ju 31.en.ewo uragZANi weekd Ang. US et Titlt e R aC d tfVyk cB^AN.F *
he third set was the classic ning, seven more entries were rest He tahd conlee mhht be was bvppo..tee ove.the 0r- -.-- ----. te aouttwoo th a I or orr e gt
i theser evening as boh mn.e were reaoroed sursg el ne end.Ith tO- 1 *parisea cowod d rig sR TfACr te t "o.l ....k... nd offodt to i stutn e All' ttha b wo i

a h__- se t. wen rMan Tw e seven new entries aCr A sem , bb In the oer .ooundrs o: the who wept te brs at WTme- em,,ev would tates ll la
L ,neti rallaed tor take t..c pepae to cathe au e tiof C.t 7W t o eithe b *, 1
to e twneo gm andtie-u end, Cali f., Hookerw Hood oa snd ted un amousl declsoned Rfaeltee) -Coly, who swappd s t. tt eam. it eh t-o th.en *Cea I '
ht se.S tAuhr0rnmol atr ...e Mephtes,.and irrrce Thdoap- onto'ae th ,t1, in the aLtx-i hr tea racquet for a eoo e, a.Tr., lop l-ai' I...tnifer won _Ai s A o TiAd stI
-A- Idteme y after t .he macnson o Bridgeport, ., 11 dAv-. 3 t aeas sf fi round mth when horseba ckrWdagn- thlat tprju dgdaerS ey t__led-l r Ii

Ae see mam between th I ger e Bere n of Hasrori an.ytmbo he igame n hl, 124 In four, and a a sf e gia the U.. men's tte next nowlen do was plyi, ae [ il -i-h-e.e.r [
tl mhr bheadne,3-6etdibtstar in theRclasic, tgher. rewrsuaid then ps arTh thhBlummeathbthee.uiegaTinh eag rS ]Net t e ande ae go titalebout.

Ials Comphn 6heei Coitoe Guide op Memph- ti e Hud- wde, IIe r e-arnnd de spt-deedco".woaa Brough, Beverlaw Fleitoipnw e .d.tiTrlt. Igt
w fr. -rnntion.. Frick ruled, however, that ved t over Lus Asprll, 11, inand Do Hrt are the top r at ren .
the tir stw astheclassiranngosevenmoreentries were re but.H more of cbronen wrdger ntao

S fteeveningasbthm reort teduingteweekenpftd. e ,dthdbro Sady $ J%4.been reel tret- _,a Msid.t rte- 'rt he- th

fulandapartlyaferment for tsih a shoulder "on .oBrgr" tsalob dyan* *avafeghnt s,- $7.n
In ohed andst seshemathehliteduaMarvis.aW aofpogram R ertei areden w it.odon 6aFri o aps

for f oontinua alandCalif. Hokru wof hch pLh bitts optan oned "Cristusotit.al' r- .e "
t i0 6 at 4:30 epari o plaer t e s' uan i utt sl y oeRA in' .. a aeie R.............................) C.f eo at sI t.earse al ,o u eas- I aTeti
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it bu tdid eATu".eventwhich yeethobut' the..a.s..arwheav eonrrsa.eel-prt adnorbleht.....d.......at d I. --.el .e.tlae 2 0. -90. -. -eee ; "
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ALGIERS, Algeria, Aug. 22 (UP) blood, and overflowed into self-govern- ordered to stay on base. T here
-'.-French troops today destroyed, French authorities set the ten-, ing Tunisia, the international port were no reports of any injury to ;PV DIE IN WRECK...X-Riacur
GALLAGHER GUILTY-Sgt. James Gallagher, found guilty of nine Arab villages descirbed as tative death toll in the weekend of Tangier and Spanish Morocco. American Military personnel. the Frisco Special for dead
the unpremeditated murder of two fellow American POWs, in centers of violent Nationalist up- massacres, riots and disorders at It was the wft uprising in In Rabat, Morocco, the govern- killed and 35 injured when the
Korea'and sentenced to life imprisonment, leaves court at risings which have bathed the a minimum of &34. They said 584 Morocco snlace France took ever ment office announced that Tree
New York. French North African empire in were known dead in Algeria, 249 Morocco 44 years ago and the French-backed Sultan Sidi Mo-
.. .... -- -- in Morocco and one in Tunisia. worat uprising In Algiers-poli. hammed Ben Moulay, who re-
The destroyed villages were e- tically a department of metro. placed Sultan Ben Youssef, had /Av Per g ui
I .l II l l [AlU 4' I evacuated of all women and chil- politan France-slace the Arab sent Grandval a list of political AVerage KUISS
l YI itntllifall et'fl \ rT A mlIr IAnt r Frlr f dren before the French blasted I tnsurrectiops f a century ago. leaders he proposed to ask to Join
Urg tllyl-Calld,,, Secr t A m cVlilI o VIfIel ,IcIb, them to bits with shells and ap- And it threatened to grow stead- his government.
plied the torch. ily worse. The "Army of God" rebels tim. r-l.. 1 \/ _
Fears were expressed that the Faure arrived in the Alpine re- ed their rebellion in Algeria for ./ISTOfrted I i
S I A p I death toll would rise well above sort of Aix-Les-Bains with his "in- Saturday because they were a-
tJAt ( anaVW R5n 11\V llthWrnc11,000. ner cabinet" to consult with the ware that French garrisons in Al- --- o
UnderaIyD At GenevaI Be t we en UiS,,,, Some French newspapers plac- robed and bearded North African geria had been stripped to rein- BERLIN, Aug. 22 (UP) -Rus-
ed the toA as big as 1,341 and offi- leaders whose demands for more force security forces in Morocco sian farmers have only the bare
t eef concudedtha ccials admitted that severed tele- self-government brought Ffance a for the "day of blood." necessities" oflife but are content
GENEVA, Aug. 22-(UP) -TJe tiative to answer some of the day concluded that science as hone and other communications crisis as grave as that which lost The rebel army, joined by, the because they are living e tter
United States met today with most pressing questions of the yet has no definite knowledge of had obscured the fate of many Indochina. dread civilian "Battalion of the than ever before, a group of A-
Soviet Russia and four other atomic age. what radiation may be doing to communities. Moroccan Resident General Gil- Dead" swooped out of mountain merican farmers reported today
atomic powers Ain a secret and These eluded such problems man's heredity, but several sci- Urgent talks w ere begun at Ait, bert Grandval and Algerian Gov- hide-outs shooting and knifing ev- after a five-week tour of. Soviet
urgently-called conference to as the disposal of radioactive entists warned that its effect Les-BaIns, in France, bet ween ernot General Jacques Soustelle ery European it came across and agricultural areas.
study the technical aspects of waste from atomic plants and could be harmful. Premier Edgar Faure and native flew from Africa for the tal k s. burning farm and other buildings. i Th average Russian farmer ap-
'ma king the atomic age sae for the question of the effects of ra- Sources said the United States leaders n an effort t halt t h e Joining them were the inner cabi- pears extremely friendly bu has
mankind. diation on present human life pressed for continuation of the carnage in North Africa. net "committee of five" -For- aa distorted view of the united
and the unborn generations of talks while the conferees still A government communique is. eign Minister Antoine Pinay, De- UStllgel xi IA lallV Stawes ASerican aimsw c.italism
The nations meeting were the the future. were in a good mood because of sued in Algiers capital of Alge- fense Minister Pierre Koeng, Jus- a d atA r ei n alpms, i ty tim Ames
United States, Britain, France The main atoms-for-peace the success of the first confer- ria, said the nine native settle- twice Minister Robert Schuman aan way of life; the Americans agreed.
and Russia who are the world's conference which ended Satur- ence. meats destroyed i morning Tunisian Affair Minister Pierre US r H yUni the 1 American rmers eov-
and Canada and Czechoslovkia, fo Nationalist raids on 14 points They had called the meeting in he10, a pes on teir etof.ur
two of the eat suppliers of Angry U S. Warns North Korean Reds ar ontantine n the hopes of alerting the demonstra-Chinese Sudents maing a milar visit to the
uranium to Wh sidesofU. the prise rebel offensive of last Bat- tons b u t fanatical Nationalistw making a siia v to.th e
Iron Curtain. urdaStraying Planes May e Downed y rebellion, the Mech leaders ignored the last minute LONDON, Aug. (UP) -Peip- o sues s
-Unusual secrecy surrounded tas villagess destroyed) furnished Into attacks with their long knives, United States is using visa. re- m"Mo'n ovieta omn te ac rty
the meeting, calledby the United -- o refuge to the outlaws of the region clubs and guns against Europeans strictlons to keep-Chinese students m t, on Soviet Communist Pardi
States as the delegates were who were able to escape the pur- and pro-French Arabs. in America f r o m returning to Chief kita Krhch' paradise
leaving Geneva for home bollow- PANMUNJOM, Kora, Aug. 22- protested the plane was 'shot down suit of troops in the operations of Algeria was believed the worst their Communist homeland. of Am-erican f armers.
ing the end Saturday of the (UP)-The United States charged when it became lost on a "routine Aug. 20," the government com- hit of the French north African The return to Communist Chi- The America s who a ri ived
atoms-for-peace conference A the Communists yesterday with an training mission." minunque said. possessions. Troops had been with- na of Chinese students now in the, her, om ocodly Way ftor inef-
bt'ef official announcement said I "unprovoked and murderous at- North Korean Maj. Gen. Jung "In .the course of operations drawn, to Morocco where violence United States has been one of the fi,.-et'a friendly for, nef-
only th ix tion wouldAtudy tack" in shooting down an unarm- Kook Rok, the chief Red delegate which took place this M o n d a y was openly threatened and th e problems. discussed ,at the Gene- ed farm machinery and lack of
"th techica oects ofuar ed U.S. trainer plane and killing (to the MAC meeting; said the Reds morning around 5 a.m., the troop dread "Army of Allah" struck m ava conference between the Unit- indfr e i
a eS the use*'' .f. .rIan o Am.r An ofce- oyxr the de- fired on the plane because "it in- engaged in pursilt of the reobs the cities, the towns and the out- ed States and Red Chinese amyr of the faiers arrived
amc euenlerenf, ilitarised zo e of Korea. traded into our side deeJer and prpceede4 to the evacuation of lying French farms,. bssadors the past three .weep tods i.'1 h arrdvpd
S Aleriean Alr force Mal. Gen. deeper, flying at a low altitude women an 'children of these . Th Chine*e Communit i'Ol, -' -
Offictal Spokesman refused lrl C." Parts wrne the 'and conducting reconnaissance on Mechtas, which they thOn totally An em.ttad2 ,500 en ftetoday brekdetil s interview ,
to enlarge on this or to give Reds that because of their "bru- defense installations." destroyed." Ary 6f Alah took rt the at- u Lien Ya. described as a grad- At a new conference they said
the namD of, the deiq,~ tal and inhumane act" ,Conmnu- Parkspointed out the plane was France also announced an emer- tae~p which were arrned on witht ate of the University of Pennsyl- the found the Russian farmers
But Nuthrtatie source planes t over Soth over the no-man's-land when fired agency airlift of troop reinforce. obs te tenancy Auth . hTd inadequate housing, plumb-
ut .aut ..ta. ^ souce sid ren risk b!g^ fired on y 'on 'omentsto help contiql the uprising French rmy ru. The former s ent arg transportationn and few luxu-
Ptrk'Unitedntate noowrad o op. o Hoe said that after the Comu in Fnch North African em- the deathol toere at 460 rebels he. for t s har d otd- sdtin Rhsian nut-
Parks' warnin'wa deliver t nists fired the plane kept going pire which has become one of tht and 72 troops and civilians slain. bidden" him to "return to my for Th said to get goodRs s msthat
a meeting in Panmnom of the north and "it was obvious that the most violent and bloody in French In Casablanca y esteray polie wife and four children" on the pre- an American would earn in a few
Joift..Molitar Arms ic Coanmis- pilot was lost and confused." colonial history. and troops anxiously waeaMors txt of visa irregulrs.arities.
Mufvsr $ nds Sion at whiI the As admitted "Now I ask you," Parks said Today marked the start of the an angry crowd of15,0 Moroc- I The, broadcast said that th.e 'hour
shooting down a light1 I-6 trainer "would any pilot who was oriented Arab new year, the 1,333rd ainni- cans. followed theune corte Pennsylania r aduate said he .
Splne ast Wesnesday killing one in his flight deliberately and know versary of the Heira, the flight eight persons killed there Sat was detained a r three nd a
Jlarp ler oceh and seriously injuringg an t nglr ftke" such suicidal evasive of the prophet Moar nnmed from urday. Nati alf years" by the U.S. Immdiara- R Lahu ch rivll
'other.' a action" iMecca, and the were foare the An unidentified 1 tion authorities who:"are usig -
T t < The Communists promised to re- Only few days after the "un.-date might signal more of the up- Broadcastin Co correspn their control of visas to-keep Chi
Turn Lt. Guy H. Bumpas of Jack-rvoked and murderour attack"i risings which brou ght consterna- wa epMo h. ave ea en ld nese students from going ome." I-
o efe D p son, Miss., and the body of .Capt.y the Reds a Communist plane tion to a shocked -rench govern- T uMoroclco.uTi s por col
L u flew over U. N. territory but "de- meant. t e BALBOA TIDES coNwAYS.C.,Aug. s-
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP) vile, 1y., tomorrow in the village pite trong resentment" U. S. ar- The start of the Arab ne w known whether he was asn AmerT- e Ku Klux KBALBOA TIDES Atoday CONWASpur- S.C., A
It s KefauverD-Tn. be-- of -- in., of with thee'scond Scntionaong resentment"U.ii..ar-he econ ... .aFrenchman or j u atT23
'en. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) e- of Kosal in the no-mansland of titlery and anti-aircraft batteries year, coinciding with e re the incident occurred. TUESDAY. AUGUST 23 red a membership drive after
lives Republican Senators a nd 'lorea. di' d not fire. Anniversary of the French ouster whe LO ro. 1H LW r promised a reorgas
others who labeled the Korean The injured Bumpas, who the The Communist claimed Bum- of the Sultan of Morocco, brought All American military personnel HIH. 1:08 .m. etoa the once-terrotlstlc groUp
wr, a "useless" struggle, m a y Reds said "appeared to have anP0deniedb he. was on a training the weekend bloodbath that pood-at ive m. o. wr 7 . 1: .. t tl eatrday night.
hve influenced the conduct of A. cracked skull,m was the pilot of misMo.. ..red through Morocco and Algeria an naval sor. .. .. 1000 persons tuned
m*nrican prisoners who are now ,the light plane that crashed near ut to heir L. Edwards of At--
aasled tugoodats.I .- mood -..... I outwtoheares. h.iw a e faso -
ppas ,,i.1.othe mperia wwd- of the klan,
Defense Charles E. Wilson, he title the Communist told Part .S Woegregated WAwhresentehimself a
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suggested that there was an ele.- However, they refused to al" Y an'd opposed to
ment of hypocrisy in .the report low Parks to send a helicopter- white supreme an oppos
on war prisoners' which the De- ambulance for the lieutenant or I I I commu .
ease Department issued last weqk an American or Swedish doctor IZdw ards said the only requr e-
in connection with. the new code| to treat his injuries. loln I l i IV I I l l / Yr mor.J o testa.nwt"ad
of, conduct for servicement cap- The Reds told Parks that Brown ll W t te "' 6i. litary P0 "to besawhite Protestant
tured by the enemy, died as a result of the crash. nfi the "een ended in all post schools have $10."
s. Parks, the senior United Na- ASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP) Bluff and Fort Meade and thus this. But they are confident the bee end irely by the d ill s
Kefauver said all A me r i c n tidns Command delegate to t h e Secretary of Defense Charles far have refused to end seg- local schools will eventually be operated en theeyrt ward stood before a group
servicemen should already have E. Wilson's order that racial regation. And there are no integrated. th ar y en g GTea, which ontehited of shrouded ka n leaders andr
been drilled in the principles ofiL .e aton in schools on mill- legal grounds for breaking the In one or two Instances here nning, Ga., which ntegrppke from the back of a pick
the code. tary posts be ended by this fall leases, they added. th ay be an increase in children in September, 19 ruc.The klan leaders wore
boahas been carried out in all but "Our position is clear to the attending segregated Schools- In Military officials sai "n eo rtiveklobes, yadid wot
'But what I would like to tw instances, official sources local authorities and we are con- outside communities. An A i r trouble" has resulted fomde- rb, bt did not
know, h e wrote, "is whether we tvinced that, in a reasonably Force spokesman said an inte- segegatio at Southern base wear
at a aof the laboys ... from The exceptions aAre Fort Meade, time, in keeping with the Su- grated post school at Maxwell Schools. An Air Fore spokes- "Ths is not a hate organiat-
f t he boys ..frmAForcbrlelshAoura.s, wil be op- mro adde tatthe"ha been
ru.hral otmunities who h nroMcl., and the pine Bluff, Ark., preme Court decree, they will Air Force base, Ala., will be op- man added that thereha been
al o munbtieso who hadd ever M Army arsenal. At the latter, come along," one official said. rated only on a temporary basis "no breath f difficulty" with white ma's organization nd tt
lef Ii before, who had but a however, there are no Negro Since there are no Negro for the 1955-56 schol year. nearby coaam!nlles. t thwht an's o1rgaiato adtyl
few years of education, who are however, there re no Negro school-ae children at P n e The children will be shifted In fact, he sail, there is pres- not me the Ne-
now 1er of e tn whoartiwetoewhethercsoldren of schoollage schoivoling offcheeairotret Ne-
ivenow ery little turnceoa to riedsum and The Balboa A is to whether ldren some dozen othae. posts, Bluff, Fort Meade apparently to segregated schools in nearby ure from native Virginian ir rac
give Tvery little chance to resume the Balboa YMCA i legally On- On .os opera other r oa s ,wil be orth edonly baseontw l Montgomery, Ala., in September, force. personnel Uving off the i..wS e ,no ere to discrim-
the life of an American citizen., titled to change British curren- hooeets operated on a segre- will the only base on1 when local authorities'will base at angle ld, Va., to iisptetotm, we are here.
,cy for. transients is being dis- ited bass i the 195455 term segregated schooling will con- have completed a new off-base send their children to the new- to rganie a~~ strong enouinq
"TleSe young boys before they cussed in Londonwith top Brit- wit open their doors nex tinue. school. ly-integrated actool on the base. and tipla osgh to countei-
left undoubtedly had heard some ish officiaja. nth to both Negry an A different case la presented Virginia tate official are gn- act the tity roup that are
of the highly publicized and po- The "Y" which for the last 35 White chilrei. This covers As of last April, 650 whitechil- A different case is presented Virginia stateofficialsng the uprem- act thinty groups th are-
liticaL. criticism of the fight in Iyears has offered this free serv- schools In Maryland, Virginia, dren attended' Fort M e a d by the Patuxent River Naval air eraliy resisting the Supreme fighting yu.,"
which they were engaged-aF u c h rc. to viiitons, for their coale- Florida, Alabama and Texas. schools while 65 Negro children station,' Md., where a school on Court order.
which ey were engaged-asuch leg to visitors, for their conve- lda, Alabama and Texas. hdols while 65 Negro children Navy property just outside the The memo revealed that last
phrases ad 'useless war' and 'Tru- nience, suspended' the operation The desegregation was begun were taken by bus to Negro at hasproperty Just outside the Tmemo reveled that last
roses wa,' many of them.tter a fewweeksago when the b the r.base gate has been operated by April, the Texas superintendent
mals wa,' many of them .utter a few weeks ago when e mat- by the Truman administration schools in nearby towns. local officials on a segregatett of education asked Wilson toex-
d rightlere on the floor of the ter was broached to them by and has been pushed vigorously On the other side of the pic- lal f ie gsoernmant sowe tin tenduthei8 on dae dlW lor
Senate and by men who re now the Brltish Ambaador in Pan- by President Easenhower. tue, schools on 12 southern bass. The government nowi sn tend the Sept. deadly for'
the government from whence the Henderson said today that the He said there is no legal, grated basis next month, hopert to complete it hby Sept. 1. Supreme Court decree to a w a
Sbooklet emanates. British government could not of- logical or moral justification Seven of these will be taken hopes to com t by pt He explained that the local .
Now they read in this L.^ooket flcially approve the exchange of for segregation where Federal over and run bY the military be- This would remove the school school board would be violating *
_el it ^t u e cod ofe, sterling at below official rates funds were involved. Wilson's cause local authorities refused from military jurisdiction add the state segregation law it it
thate p e shoud eav g eneralities which today are $2.80 for a order was an outgrowth of1 to integrate. They are the Army's the Navy presumably w o u I d acted before the decree was .l-
tse statement snresardveUd t K pound. Mr. Elsenhower's position. Fort Monroe, Va., and Air Force make no further .effort to elimi- sued. The memo said the same
r tant 'war ,Or amsg th.eKo- lC a Y'MCA and banks in the The current status of the sit- bases at Maxwell, Ala.; Eglin, nate segregation. situation prevailed at Kelly Air
'-d "- bt our ob.cs iews i Cal Zone have been offering nation is defined In an official Patrick, MacDill and Tyndall, Officials said that i the Navy orce bas, Tex.,and Andrews
"erean war were frequenty n- 2 to those wishing to ex- memorandu.. ....it. the sig- Fla.; and Langley, Va. had insisted on Its position, 350 Ar" Force base, Md.
fused i the public mind. I change their pound to dollars. ature of Carter L. Burgess, a- In addition, the memo dis- children of base personnel liv- The memo said, however, that
SThe 'Y started the service for distant defense secretary in closed that Texas school offi- ing off the post would have been the "Department of Defense took
Certain our objectives were B t transients whoe ships cha of manpower. In the two ease have agreed to operate in- forced by local segregation rules theo'position it was necessary to
political propa an- dockd aftet banking hours. except on granted an tegrated schools at Biggs, Shep- to leave the school and attend proceed with the planned inte-
d u-ad undoubtedly some of rat' i P a toda "extenon of his Sept. I dea d- pard and Kelly Air Force bases, already over-crowded loca grattlon by the secifed date." jL Aa, I
tolif n ,uoted tween $2.55 and G line for edingsregtiton., and at the Armys Fort Blis at schools. After hlso May. 1m0, Supeme wwl -- .
the er aon c as the exchange value of the The morandum sy the Paso. The official also noted there Court deee. T and Ta-s, O W
ten along wits the young, poorly: pWSn. lay at Port Meade and P1 e flCI Local Maryland officials also are no Negro school-age chiU- land state authorrites authoris-
iformed lad, who stood there wen asked whether the Brit- Bluft I emnaldered consistent' have agreed to run the school at dren presently living on the et locAl school boards to tio.an
thou in this strange and unreal ish Ambassador had also object- with ltt May's Supreme Court Andrews Air Force base. Md., on Patuxent base, their own iitlatire.
uailatin facing hostile enemies, ed to Panama's rate, he replied decree lIIla local school au- a non-segregated basis. WlUson's order, dated Jan. 13, Local boards thereupon a-
I PO now returns to stand ac- that he hadn't been aware of .L, .who operate these While integration of post 1954, called for eliminaton of peed to operate iategrated
S* wtagain. this, since the situation te Pan- 1 reasonable time to schools thus is virtually com- segregation at on-post sabook S at Ris, 5*p-
Sama had not been called to hiM ation. plte, many children at South- run by local authorities, Dco ard i, Io
"Of eourac '-e cannot eoadbse attention. **.t n"negoUatliona will sera.bai- with no on-.pet Three such school in tt .tL U l
a Cov.n tary ipline, "I have referred the YCM! be cottined" with Marylanc schols will oeentinue to attend ern states were interate Texas, And t rd I
, a .- . th- a ecir- matter to the home 4ttce irn nI Arkanas officials segregated schoola in nearby fall-Forts Myer *nd dm l.YAr, Fore b.ai, Md.
*Mi r n .,.' w 'awndcn. he a.ued. aad sial bh Cfistsla said local school Mm.ltit Vprand Cra Air ForceDtr're. ,tf,.a. her.. sad ,
.**uu a r.a.I must ahe'IS was awaltinh a reopi meman- barussas have emg-term tslaM Military officials said there Ia Ala Amr ore-- ilal ere"

. .. M prrty at l no plan to do anything about Previously segregation hd1 ...," ..
a *'7 .. .- .. -,' ,' ,

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ers probe through w kkage of
id Injured. Five pe aas were
train was derailed a t Marked
', Ark. .

oan Farmer Has

w Of USeAfms
S"There Is a vast difference be
tween the standard of living c
American and Soviet farmers,
reported David G. Johnson, assc
clate professor of agriculture a
the Unitersity of Ceigo.
"Take automobiles, as one e"
ample,". Johnson continued. "I
one farm community of 7,000 pec
ple We visited there yere o n 1I
two privately-owned automobiles
In another town of between' 3,00
and 4,000' there, were hone.
"There is a general ack- of coE
veniences and the diference be
tween America and the Soviet U
union is tremendous," he said.

Capain, MaleLeap
From Wahlowing
Crippled Frelghter
WICK, Scotland, A ,23L
A British sea captot xape
hu life yeste
lie freight r I*-
to sinking i"j&
Capt. George Watson, de
mate 'Kenneth Seamen abandon
their struggle agaiat the sea, a
reached safety aboard one of
tugs which had been nudging th
crippled freighter Argobe m to
ward port.
The 29 other crewmen of th
7133-ton freighter had abandon
ship"Friday when it began listin
dangerously with a siter-logge
engine room. .
But the captain and th mat
in the tradition of Capt, Kur
Carlsen of Flying Enterpr'i
fame, stayed aboard the keep re_
cuers from' putting in a salvage
They appeared near victory yes
terday when two tugs managed t
get lines aboard the listing Argo
beam some 300 mileas.ut in th
Atlantic and started briging it to
ward safety. .
But Watson and Seamen'dec
ed to abandon their vigil when g
ant waves canted the waterlo0
ged vessel to a perilous degre
and they quit the Ariobeam fo
the tug MetiAda ImI.
Messages from thi!eug :- a i
both men were "saie aboard."
The tug masters reported, hoe
ever, they still had lines to th
Artobeam and thought they could
save the vessel. A okesman ft
the tug owners estimated it would
take four days to tow the era
bucking hulk to the west coast
Scotland. .
The rescue recalled 4e Januas
192. saga of Ka-rlser' Knternpr
when the stay-put skipper and h
mate leaped to" saf5e board t
against the sea Ahat wf 1d word
wide attentioi s r
But' the Flying rise s
and the battle was .
Watson Satprday h'g ignored
.!an"'t risk our neck a p pe
from his wife to stay. aboard
stricken shri. -

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