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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: AA00010883:00843
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"L-the peoph kno ra truth iand the country is afe" Abraham Lincoln.

*W h MA TMiOUTh MEZ-- past and future -get together,
tli.m old days aie sure to be rehashed. Here a young
"Lpa150 Jos6 A. Monap (seated at left) gets some helpful hints
ft* Dartmouth alumnae H.arry Cassier (center) and Ernesto
ede ia Guardia (right) whije his father Luis, a Panamanian
busttessman listens closely Cassler, who is public affairs of-
ficer of the U.S. Embassy has just returned from a 25-year
qlaps reunion at Dartmouth. He was graduated in 1930, five
years after de la Guardia who is aspiring to the Panam,-
preasidential seat.

Alumnus Ernestito Advises.

Dartmouth-Bound Student

A young Panamanian student, ly.-ponsored scholarships w h i bh
W40 nag jsL wUU a scUDolaLbID to -are arranged through the institute.
LAa'uuw u ouege L 0 u a y got Monzo, who will be accpmpauied
some -vaLuable winters ium a aby his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 4uis
zormet auiuua o01 mLae InSute, Monzo of Bella Vista expects to
jresouAnLial canoiaate Don xrnes- leave Panama by plane on Sept.
w u. la uuauia, .,r. 6. When de Ia Guardia was gus-
Ine'nanusome a-bear-old youth, ed for a word of advice by the
JosM ntomo ('nony > stunzo p
Jobe ADnLoniu (".Lony ) hi u z u departing youth, he replied:
waU is me iirst ransaiaman to "You don't need any-you alrea-
receive a scautaranip Lo u a r L- dy look like a Darmouth man."
moumn, learned zrom ".rnestito"
taiL ILu gIs pretty coid in anover,
1t. )1., anu was warneu tu expecL
aom trosLy weaker. "it some- n Y n
ui us mui 0 oeiow, so bring 'our LO"O TLO OR
an*Abos a.a9 gloves, Ae was
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Cocoli, Rodman

Wives Grumble

-No Shopping

Residents of Cocoli and Rod-
man have been grumbling this
last month andwondering when
the shopping facilities, promised
them would be made available.
Since the Panama Canal Co.
closed down Its commissary doors
in Cocoll on June 30, residents
of the. area have been deprived.
of a shopping center.
Housewives particularly are
griping' because they were
promised by the Coeoll Civic
Council that beginning Joy 15,
the clubhouse would stock a
variety of staples, canned goods,
dairy products, vegetables and
Every day they badger club-
house manager, Jack Johnson
with queries as to whdn the store
will open.
When contacted today John-
son shrugged his shoulders and
replied that he couldn't get
"property authority" from the
civic council for purchases. The
civic council sponsors the club-
The gas station which w as
closed down simultaenously with
the commissary was taken over
by the Navy almost without a
break in service for the motor-
ists in the area.
The women who are hit the
hdet ars those without cars,
,aj ttw^ said to-

FLOOD HITS WATERBIRY-Aerial yiew shows extensive damage done to buildings in Water-
bury, Conn.. by floods which swept rough southern New England. Roating water p ushed d
houses, people and railroad cars before It.

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HARTFORD, Conn., Aug. 23 (UP) President E ,r
hower said today he would call a special session ofjQUl ,
gress "if necessary" to get Federal funds for di' te .
lief in the flood-stricken Eastern states.
Grimly and forcefully, the President pledged theiull
facilities of the Federal government during a conferrme
with governors of six hard-hit states at Bradley FIdht"
Windsor Locks, Conr., neae here.
He met with the governors immediately after lanin ;
in gloomy weather following an early-morning aeriolin-.
spection of the flood-ravaged areas.
His view, however, was partly spoiled by soupy wepth
er and low-hangina clouds.
Mr. Eisenhower made the flying survey after a night. .
flight from Denver, where he has been vacationing, .

His face reddening and his
voice rising with feeling, Mr. Els-
enhower said in a statement for
press, radio and newsreels that
e will ask Congressional leaders
immediately for authority to
spend as much as needed to help
the flood areas.
' e tiod he h.oeS A way wil

even as rescuers kept up the
search through mud and wretk*
age for the bodies of scormeul
persons who vanished in t
luge. .
A total of 3 persons a l
known to be dead. The Ia
IM b stA. Imladed:


nLuta b&opos uL 8usiames Au- BSitish 'twin4etf lom er com-
sttto. talk Engs," ted the first lap of obe-day
"4AL leSau ye talk Engish," round trip across the Atlantic
Erneitao remarked. Wnen ne in 7 hours, 30.nulnuteif and 53
esLenoeu the ouege h. was me .seconds today a*d took Off a-
oy sbpasishispeiaag stuue gain at for Lndon.
aia tOat was al ae spoke tor
a while. If the plane finds return tall-
winds equal to tYi headwinds it
"I did find one Panamanian, an battled on its W4tward lap, it
Olivar twein, wnose mouner was should finish the trip in Ieas
xrom Cmaiqu,, but ne uiunfl speaA than the 14 hours hoped for by
a word o pais, so ne wast two crewmen.
maucan nep," ue ia tiuaraia re- its two crewmen.
calls returned t his The bullet-nosel EnglishCam-
last year mt uimne to see aarmtouta berra was officially clocked pver
Beat eoaumnba a-to eu, anti to grceu the Floyd Bennett NatvaL Air
some o i ais olut protesbors. geay Station, Brooklyn, at 9:48:46 a.
he was writing a letter o mtru- m. and landed at 9:53 a.m.,
uurtion for 'iixy to one o i inem It was back in the air, aftr
ALt k'rey, an oi-timer who is St refueling by a U.S. Naval re-
eaching economus there. serve crew, a brief breakfast for
Monz schoarship was made its pilot and weather briefing
posbe o y t ruUtei of aier for Its navigator, in just half an
national Education in New Yjrk hour.
wraen acted favorably on his ap-
plication, and was instrumental M The plane was piloted by John
obtaining the Dartmouth Seholar- William Hackett, 82, and navi-
ship for a Eaanmamian student- gated by Ptter J. Moneypenny,
for the first time.
Five other scholarships were ed ..
warded students here this year to e expected t take 14 to
other universities through the rs for the round-trip.
fojts of -the Panam. eammittee The plane took ;W from Lon-
on Study and Train, g in the Unit-. don soon after daw an its we-,.
d UA ward .race with ah unl,, apd. it
e M is nnaed of wasl ll early morning when it
S E A-e who reached New York.

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klenisB Timn

Dlplotni& In Talk

On Atoic Pool

o by Presidnt Eisenhower.
Technical experts from six
iations-the Big Four plus ura-
m-irich Canada and Czecho-
ovakit--met for the second
ine to cut through some of the
lentific roadblocks standing in
e way of such a pool.
SOhe of the biggest problems,
elegation sources said, was that
Of R guaranteeing that atomic fuel
given to the peace pool would
ot find its way into A-bombs.
These sources speculated that
ahe scientists would seek a
heans to "tag" uranium fuel so
at its transfer from peaceful
actors could be Immediately
The talks started eterday in
an atmosphere of se.ecy. Dele-
tes returned to th ession to-
day, me with frdlb Instruc-
tions from their homa govern-
ments, but _il re comment.
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VICTIMS OF IkSASTER-A rescuer worker tags one of 28 bodies laid outn--n the floor at
Stroudsburg, 1a. Many of the victims are believed to be yoiugsters from nearby Camp David.

3nn a tou inai

Leaving Japaese

Skipper In Hospital
The Japanese master of a car-
go ship, which transited through
the Canal tod0y, is on the serious-
ly ill list at Gkrgas Hospital where
he was taken after having suffer-
eda cerebral hemhorrage aboard.
The skipper, of the Mivukawa
Maru, Takshi Iseda, 48, is consi-
dered to be in "fair" condition.
The ship which is carrying a
cargo of- lmber 'is en route to
South Africa from Lon Beach.
Former chief mate Y, Isidhari is
now in command of the 8,350 gross
ton vessel.

t ouS Mto. Smau brings V set O A' "awn
fhere he bM h rest f oQ po osaoo trewn 0 dry his a CLEAN I Workman start to saw trunk to a tree
Of at D-rla S est that arro & b fl od waters of the Blakstone RTver
I Qnowla up Mad o Rode Island otional Trust
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INSPECVFS DAMAGE-New York Governor Averell Harriman
takes a long stride as he waoes a flooded street in Ellenville,
N.Y. The governor maae an emergency visit to stricken areas
in the state to survey first hand the damage done by flooding.

RP, CZ Officials
Discuss Lowering
Of Liquor Taxes
Officials of Panama and the
Canal Zone' have been holding
tak on the 75 per cent leduc-
ton on liquor taxes for Canal
one 'reslderts, stipulated in the
new Panama-U.S. Waty, it was
revealed tod v.
The talks centered on the reg-
ulations h will Ie put into
effect once the Intruments of
ratification are formally ex-
changed by the two govern-
Mhe treaty provides for the re-
duction of the tax on all liquor
sold to Canal Zone reidentLs.

Fallen Tree
Blocks Traffic
In Diablo

A big tree near the Diablo
tennis court, was blown down
yesterday afternoon during a
heavy rainstorm. It blocked traf-
fic for an hour and 15 minutes.
Canal Zone police report that
ten men using power saws were
able to clear the area by. 2:30
p.m. The tree fell at about 1:15
The entire street across from
the gymnasium was blocked and
policemen re-routed tr a ffic
thVrouh the parking area.

AU sceIVy, I ;all a As The
spcic session to get the money," scenes of wI S
he dared. areas were heart
E. Roland 'Harriman, chair- A 20-ton press In
man of the Anerican Red Cross, Westfleld. Mass.
and Federal Civil Defense Ad- overturned and a
ministrator Val Peterson flanked was reduced to so.
Mr. EUenhower as he sat at a looked like ove
plain table in a. cavernous air- A street in Wlnste;4
craft hangar on the gloomy, have been bombed.
overcast airfield. Whole Industrial
The governors of Massachu- crushed under the
setts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, tons of water from n-si
New York, New Jersey and Penn- len streams sand r ;
sylvania and'other officials sat The town of Putna
at the table or clustered behind lost three of its ii
them as the president, Harriman button plant, a textile
and Peterson spoke. a magnesium plat.Fat
Mr. Eisenhower's dramatic Mayor John N. Demp v
flight started at midnight from the community would
Denver. It was aimed at giving back-bigger and bitter
him a close first-hand view of The government clerWd
the flood-damaged areas. But he way for quick loans to el
saw very little, build wrecked homes and 1
His only good look at the nesses. Steps were take to'
flooded sections was in Connec- vide early unemploymn' I
ticut's highly industrialized and ance payments to 't '
badly battered Naugatuck River women thrown out of ,woa
valley around Ansonia and Dar- the disaster.
by. In some areas, msttlarl
He noted an island covered by Connecticut's highly
mud and water in the swollen ized valleys, there were
river, some plants never woud ba
He said that flood is a "terri- bt W or repaired.
ble thing," and "the big thi 1 The tue Foodtand u
is to get enough relief In here.' n rationn Joined i
Survivors of the nation's dead.. f t to prevent ihow
liest flood in 18 years bravely sending 30 to 45 ftu .
began mop-up operations. to asachusetts,
Clean-up crews began the task (OCtinued on Page L

remains of Camp Da% Id at Strouabu.rg,
of 14 buldlki before the ftoodinl watem at
washed then away. Thirty seven PersmitnV SU
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it v cou t f ftf a lhte b e..l41p llip I
a *ry LMtterm e pubuml .
Please try to keep the Oe e'e
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Well, my son-in-law %( $wo'.iW off. He 1.et hes eatueds
or Pittsburgh, Pa., arriv3i houute with .fngefi
,-a remarkable diltferen.e M I _t Itbe1 US I TO
'Took that long to get ti. 8t: l'loui, naf the .datl:ce.: Lkt-at.1
thing else, the railroads have Mnaged to eit *. Imprqe *2
the first half of this ye.r sbaw the largest t raroad n
on record. They made Le co atry fnmd we ift can't dd
Frank found the weatherr up there in Id old bc tt het.
iban down here. rook hi dv' ,licetnso W hm' he coal
So his own driving and not tsLte dances with them damn Yan
Hugh Robertson report from Red Bluff, "-.,hal
rt of the country thev have a good peach
e In the southern part of th e-vatey. Salid ft h
I bought ripe prunes last week at the
Shis son Harry. who married a Rulls s
other girl, the lhird. Don't look too good fo PForce
at probably can -furnish a few nurses. Th always n de
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Rio Grande up again to 16 feet at Laredo, and the pontool
ge likely to go.
t' Looks andfeels as If autumn was Just round the corner, bu
Pp Writtle hht..
---Pop Wright.


I'm getting sick of all this talk about Coco Solito, all talk
nld no solutions.
Now I have a solution to an old controversy, namely, Albrook
Air Force Base and Balboa Schools.
Re: Which to move, abandon, rebuild, etc.
There really Isn't any need of that because I've figured out
. Span. Why not move the Jr. High School; High School, and
ColleRe equipment up to the Administratiorn Building and
witch all the office paraphenalia, coffee shop included, down
to the school buildings.
Now. any one knows that adults can concentrate better than
0ldren_ so the planes shouldn't bother those busy people.
W iwm up on the hill the youngsters can get something ao-
The children wi also be pat of the path of the
all times. That's what we wete worried about, wasn't
C. oa on all you biveq people and lets glve small-fry aI

Labor News



ROM -I've now circled mi
te earth and while you good
back lme have been tki
ra-- t --?

waen this man ienS-who plapy-
ing a decisive raIs na Mww'I
revolutinary plotting-is qu on
the Moscow radio as bitterly at.
tacking the L.B., our friends, and
the Vatican, Just a month after
Geneva-. T! attack was reprint-
ed prominently in Pravda, offi-
cial newspaper of the Russian Comn-
munist Party, published in Mos-
These lads aren't even subtle.
They ust kick us in the face,
Because the Italian Commu-
pist Party is the wwrld's ggS
and best organized Conferm unit
outside of Russia ad mainland
China I de to wind tohwind l trip
up n Italy. ifth Soviets were sin-
cere, It would be refteted here
swiftly in the action of the Italia
Communist organization.
I found that the friends of the
U.S., especially the anti-Commu-
nist labor leaders, are thoroughly
First they fear that the anti-
Communist tread nidMe Italian la-
bor bhas eled. We wore able to
cut Comfl c tretolf labor in
the IMk as .l4 Ma. A *K s o --

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O Here h a sterrig pouttern Inspired
by the lace of a Spanish montilla, or
shawl and Onmed for die rese.lm
two Cmello. Full blossoms of th
*merawer anniomlyou pee"Win thO
.trielik* foliation which frames

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Z = Ifound tIatth :
Italian labor mnda our
ut own intel lgene agents are
aware that tePridat of Italy,
Giovanni Grchl- secretly ae
gotiating Pietro Neni, Mos-
cow's friend, In an effort to topple
the current Italian cabinet and
bring pro-Communists into the next
Italian government.
That would be grim for us. It
wuuld come at about the same time
we finish resettling ou trpops from
Austria in Italy, which now has
powerful NATO mlitay and naval
cancentratsm. e Ima nd in art
by Italians i6w would you I&e
those talan officers to be taking
orders from a cabinet in which sat
agents of the Soviet Union?
But that's not all. Here you find
that Communist newspapers a re
pr*)ited government presses.u The
COnmi are billed at _spe-al low
pric--whleh they sdom pay.
Here be overnment's TV snd ra-
dioe ntwo are under orders not
to attack the Commumats or use
the prase "anti-Communist."
Herioyou see a revised Commu-.
t Party spending millions of dil
Iar on real estate putting Tp hn-
dreas of new he ae as w
e' ltem seerss of cities a
X .ltefs gw done some dr'vng
throeuA tab this past week. In
tBd raM er ct, the "Feder-
aton the muniat Party" ad
the Com lt unoes have just
built T3 new centers.
Theb n is vlage.called Bote-
- 3 in Ptta wovbee, pomlia-
B ,c 1.0. There the Party has just
opeMd a ederniSc mund-domed
omm ist ctor. It hit a mov-
ie thete -at o, speal TV
ai Sd halls, an open air dan
tMer ad a restMaa PlSaS can
far "eais courts and a swimming
pooL & the evenings there are
revelutiunry jisetaslina lAd bitterW
zata aen ha n clMttml
ThfS Is *thg Karl

world peace maybe behind the
and dan't bet the Communists
wat teseme powerful in Italy, as
%Chro r Columbus was right.
wuis round. AIt the com-
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Sy old buddy from Texas, Carl wide. I had me a pair that 4
ttl, did a piece the other day urged B inches on the. cuff,
about what ha ned to father's stoed u lat aot ta t es at
anelnt co coat It seem sh e,
thMse potbbit'hides are being chop No kties wel ted hi a bI
ped U into Davy Crockett canpI kots. st,and the shirt
and are drawing down a fat price lar was always two sizes too la
with the furriers. so that when yea dragged
I should hate to think that gros, with, Sla a 1
commareialiam would tempt any
whman o went to school in myd
e to sell anything as cherish-
able as a coonskin coat. I never ed
had one but I was in high school cut
at the height of the coonskin coat The
era, and man, my eyes turned on
gree with. sheerest envy When 1 eas
saw one of those Joe College
Oms on vacation wearing a i w
fiy pous dessicated coon. ,Son
M& ,nm a mana
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id l Moeiomernaf to be pr
of. war ffty-cent bookc
ed "~dlege Humor" that cat d
entirelyto the whoopee set. ( O r
later dropped to 35 and then tas'
cents a finally withered away y
cm tely.) u
The boys wore painted slickers
with racy mottoes and the picture to
of the current best girl on the back. We were ust t
We were wide pants, and I mean Cjarlesta the ,.
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old the .,thina galnt u.
As a %Stbatt acr k fTs bovT be
planning to, write you folow
return n .Geneva bout soi
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Tony and Franco
Cascella, our Pissa

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spent much~ ooa ide ith t
veme"a.MAjta o. Geotr Waintg- withof
ten. 'Aney a Wo to laiJe late u omSct i and a-
mprrow 4w YorY or k .anada,. thI liveotbek, weat
SoBea sotn hIN the BRusasn ".the had aw. achr. ,
i d ingteat am h have i.
.o . . oa from Gwwt GM nt
gaepi ty sAm* Witn al peo- of the floreiii qguldaltar
une wearL .. e t._ must come interested in eri:v
In -. meanare ,t r o creased a atistlei,e t r"e
r a n dr Weee In vr eKas orf
StheA merican and 4 *- Cti i.
"1 am ldthatd c comeI
to see r," no said. 14hope cai r- Smentiwh at
eumstances will permit ou a2n t--s---
otaerd to come back au s use a frs I 00IBM 5to 0
a. reply, Vladimir u.g.vilk .
Russian tirst deputy minister o
SagruciLure, told lenson he hopes
FAmerican tarm leaders on a mi-n
"rEiS A N-Pt Btanyan slack for a personal appear- ,the sameasWeha e" a
M impes ape aing bthe wtbical western a "the samote as we have." He vetoa
st 0f, e, gr Calif,.qellrat&on: Tkng at breather on 'the he W ,gld thet visit* wea. mt
~am, he connted on his gun-"A squirrel, rifle at ,at 1q5seal1g w en-
baa met wih vl rndl"OK
i t F Mis Army eight -Plane f the Unieds
,d is 5 mtrebuIe to world peace and o. .
it s Away Fiom Iron Curtain. Beson told the Rusaiapis Ame- '-
..-. ...Jican's "great abundance is due Aelr. M
.to our American way of life-or u
free enterprise system." m su
F W_ N URTGermany, -A-g. InfanLtrymen -and German sate He said this country's major a- enat d bose
23 (UP) heh6 dr-a-sinsg police tramped tbro;E~ th rupd gicultural r blem is huge cur-~ p
Arldl r id awar froi the ad ly ,codAt y" between Iagk- N uses whle dapres prices. t,
sy.after Ar m- y ft 4 the ~Army's .Graftwoehr i added "nmr farmoera have bo
h arei r a.hr.e at. .ee. W'ar trCnz earo miles from the fr to make their 9WA idcilon."
port indicate his lght plane is Czech border last night ahnd*.t* Beason greeted the 1uins ih si~n
somewhere between, Frankfurt but found no trace of the plahe. 'w
and Karlstadt." . Many of the U.S. ground aprel;-
Karbtadt is 50 miles east of era stayed on the job all ni ght t
Frankfurt and about the same dis- looking for flarbs the pilot may
tancelutffiwest ot the Soviet zone have dropped if -he bhad, raised
border. thk side of -the bcder.
The Mig repoftt did not say A 12th Air Forceffe l said
whethe.thela was believed to yesterday that- the *14sl-g air-
have =r ed .:O made a forced craft may have wandere across
ndil* e area. the Iron Curtallr 'border nto Conm- musing a
SndhIheeo fUartecl said "4arge munist East Germany or CzeOho-
P. 19,I'&vq 'd troops were alov1a,-. Thie last- Gerftan lar-
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1 tO becoat aa good r bridge OJYiyer I f..ie nld.. ..
U. p .ae, but today's hand4a" d'o *a . .- ]
6* the other aide of the. pictu t A m t6"W a Ipd
average player would a i usvely 'w s t etkr
turtp with today's hand, a completely mn the sir.
-l mre dey svice s npe, d Bn flied
expert found a logical way ole a bairtte m*t and
on; we ha but % o t %iuon'liulading
West opened s the I ing of dlubs., the battery. is pme d by -three
Sad dealer cautiously reftedtlItipy t 1slsa1*r o larger than
the first trick. Wet continued with match hea_ (Toneml iter Mfg.
the queen of clubs, and dudiayv.Co., Perl.P ) '
tp k the ace. East discarded aI al -- -
small sde. thus giving declarbr ONew achbrit W4al Plus an-
Sthe beating o a count. h- oore A eMAl.m perao t home-
.owners to otal -any type of fix-
Declarer next took the three topj ture in any type of surface without I
laodes, discarding a dlub from the causing lar, ruinous holes. Said
.r uy.. West also discarded a to be equaly sOe on plasterboard,
.taror e third spade, and South plaster, coneete, marble, plastic
twefore knew that West had be-. tile and masonite at a cost which
"n wiah exactly five clubs and is supposed to be well below the
we spades. cost of other mounting anchors.
S. (Wall Plus, Inc., Chicago, I11.)
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al king of diamonds. West dis- u4i1 1 L I
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red cards were (to begin with) iOtiorAt hmaewi thout
hearts and two diamonds sM NsIt Itrnfmi
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notice all of this. They would cash throudthebl bIo, thus reaching your
the too hearts in the hone of dro .n E I4 bronchial tutbe. That' a s y
w. u d Me naor e l f mt to help yo -
ping the jack. Thia s an wo wMiy.L, k1o fat to help yound ree
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slim contract. mote, free ea nreatb in and mound
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at had started with four heart s Get i s nrom you rusfts
that East had started wI y. Soe OW mmuch better you may
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kitylhom cebiuel. no-bed,, oe. Aniomope_ ---i _rrA__ _-!
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O.P K and Miasutp river ba- houmas e pmlc Sde a-" oti. t
hIn g. af 104nn "urcm water or will award the Golden ton ofl
The worst flood on record wa l oI .",he aaid St. Matk. to the. winning film.
a ivng omM the Johnstown, Pa., flood 01 t, "Th sre la such a thing as "rain Runners-up will get silver lions,
love.. $7S. which took 2,200 lives. insurance," but few home own- lesser entries will get bronze
More than 700 were killed In era have It. lions, and Individual prizes will
1913 floods In Ohio and Indiana, President Eisenhower, in a tel- go to actors and actresses.
r te sfrlgeMtor and 500 died In a flood that revised ple& from his summer Sometij s. as in 1953, th6
frigroter, bot year ar Brazos, Tex. White M ause headquarters at Jury dieldes no film -Is worthy of
xeellfent wok By contrast, only 41 were kill. Lowry Air Force Base, earlier the Dolden Lion. Then a mass
sodni for U.S. ed in the disastrous Kansas and asked all Americans to contrib- of silver' lions Is given out. In
eble. Apr. 12l Missouri floods of 1951. ute to the Red Cross special flood 1953 there were six.
Here was the situation at a disaster fund. year the Golden Lion
glance in the hardest hit aras: '"The heart of America is not went to the Anglotalian pro.
NEW JRSEY: Damge ja going to stand still while other duction of 'Rooeo and Juliet."'
Wanted the state was estimated at" 'pa- AmeriLcans are in distress and In Pent ,ver lions wen t to two,
afily more then 100 million do- need of help," the President said. Japanese films. "The Seven Sa.'
lars. A federal task force. ur- The President praised the mtIrdg'and "The Sansho Suer
sd ImmN" veyed the damage to determine *'agnificent work" of federal intetdent," one Itallan
k. ed wafU. what federal aid would be need.- ancl, acularly the De- T v) nd one A rean- (
S __. ed. A long-range program to pre- fn Dertent, for their ef- Te Watertront.")
RespMeible and vent typhoid outbreaks was fort in aidig n the emergency.
elmanc requir.- planneLd. In hip appeal for contriba- .
w 4 p.m. houem n0; t_ the Red Cross special
th Steet. Sear CONNECTICUT: Whole f .flood fund,there
lies were wiped out and 2500 dent made public portions of a iM Ai 77
---- persons were homeless in Wa er- teegram from Red cross Chat- W I F
pedieaMed, rll- bury alone. The entire main ml Rolnd Hirrman which
mriucen buwines street of Winsted was as a wall sI that8000 families will U fAr A
pt. No. 1Rlv- of water about 18 jeet we and need sit e from that agen-
Steet No.. II, more than six feet high ttt ex- 7 after the emergency is past. to
ploded through town. The Red Oross chairman said GENEVA, Au,. 23 (UP) -E3- to ver w ear n s
uk l.r wh In Torrington, at least 75 op as of last aLht that Red Cro voy of eU.. and Communist Itip sno nf hli r w hi
e uEl r ih. event of the factories were e was operate 107 shelters hou- CMna met for the tenth time here ws e ags of lWif at aNew Thi
i. l, w Ifi. pled, some beyond repair. Te b and Ssg 12,000 homeless todayto discus return of eiyi- -mB e a
American Brass Co. called some PWiOln. lianstt adj d atil tmor-
of its people back to work today, A total of : million dollars I- row after as 27-iute session.
but told them to bring shovels. ready hat beoap llottUdl from Ied U. S. Ambassador U. Alex' 1o
The Red Cross set a date a C ""ss for immediate re- Johnson aI d Cul ese Ambassdor .14A1 0i WOMAN M O
month ao to state a "dry rua" lit w4 the flood ama,-ar- Wang Pim-San t down to fo
disaster drill at Hartford today. riManes tinted thibeON ai talks in the SANTA F
All the disaster relief resources jin Reame said Pre.. Palais of Natiaon
already were in use in earnest. dent O e r was giving cugrcely 47 minute later, the
ed rtl De. ad d.
PENNSYLVANIA: Stroudsburg t*st*r Ihtpn what virtaily A brief teBmudtw el
and East Stroudsburg were twin ~ t Mii bloank heek In de-. EMi "ita 0-4he rehft
elties of death. Funeral parlors sMili e 'wmeek federal aMl M en beto .ides to fth er
overflowed with bodies of vie- shMit be poured tat S oe tri we d
times, Including vacatlonists who. "__ -- .-
werewashed to their deaths n t as announced thea .
the worst single floqd disaster- Sga l Administra
the destruction of Camp Davis we pi n uo emergreay
in the Poconos. braiew ff to the six state
An acute water shortage was to hasten the making of disaster
reported at Scranton, whem r leas'm*'. es eras4ailt
three 17,000-gallon Army canvae by the
tanks were put into service o .
street corners doling out drin
Ing water to residens. a-. ar.
Deadtchickens and lvVItok"
Slitte=, floodwater, w re s w ead iWsh Hous
&ease threat, and meowin wreB -

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taken to disinfect the floodway
tears. (1
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ties said it would be months be- A
fore the area was dried out. and p
the damage rre ed.- A snail
circus was -marooned at Weset
Springfield andSoathbnidge an
rlton were slated. A
Southbridg, the Aernicstn p
tical Com, reported 30
dollars damage to t lant
The a- c least
34,10 famlIes haie teutod

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MOVIES TV WDI 12: oo-Nwe at C91-House. However, no president
by Es*Ine Jinmm U T Ihas been elected since Im with
Tomhorrew ,Wrs n eSnteimr Aowed aereatuonIIes Il" hlin Ern.es S S ^fttK !
-heM te ehAug. V 2 pt iowed Segren atsoeests In Rugh TextileoncEngi0Ars ".1 roldl by the op.
010LYWOOD -(NfA)- Exclu- town night' apots-mamething Dem d Since tCDemotats recaptur-
sqvelra: Wlly Cox left Las never did a a bachelor. 0b 60-i x-TeAar.In.. Large D adcr th te I jn
Va [upIf-44 be's stil in it. f t Club (reqursa.s.-a'IBM electlone, the rin A im.,
plans eo ne by -: 0 011 tuuutcst P LADE L 0 PHIA -(UP)- The bieart40 Democrats and 47 Rt-
Vs19fa 9- e's a.W iigs a"Francis in the Navy" was s methe s ebISItmndG Ven lf ip Co ntest aLADEL a as ear
Vegas phIOa4aic Mr. "ep-last taen mule flicker but the -MR al Concert PhD esdI a Textile Institute, es- pubilcans. T' We1 -twoof the 06.
erse onhow ewa name of s 1I00Tpound star still h Wdwood.. tablish in1SM, provides a seats wil.-,e 10%, phis
ink to, To "gracefully" in a appears an U-I'm studio, contract' 8:30-*-lasical Reveile specialtestile education at allege any y vo 'iles. whic a
Wl.11n just d ist. as usual,- 9:00-News N Mss., u 23 (UP) Colwan closed his .cpm g level and-wsins the top tcnloaas 4j L
9:15-Pet Heart ,ir i grlong with r44Tr:g?;d ~Leat tfor one amerlouls d
at 431 aIn If tii hfi l het14;
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WnAat~ "Ua a 23-we n Holo;t^^ ^^sJohn bot so carded blned oven, d1e andS Sr
t sultoir* 13 The jngaged Lprence -'flgyey I2:0t-ew 4 bo -th ie ham H led the ticket by 10.000 2'otes'otherwla worked on by maheines
ahe DeSr ta wter, who and Mvar aret. ehave me 1:15-Music Of MaOattsan piou of segregsa^ Aug. 2 brt the three candidates until f nh d 1Wb suoity A
a AMe Pome la re relea'r os! ton h atc.as13-oseOd 6heP.Moneers Theyat te bf. oayeto hosr e tourthrough tad foMisispiriabiligwolSotoN ieof tINC AsooTuiU SRE

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epndis st Tracyts PewlBct as the irg man in the film vet'eln! 15h isM InoTheCpainchefy peralities tourney Ross Sarett and Summit1 men who have knowledge of ehemd
utar -a? "Tribute to a Badman" Am a Caewr'I: ve'r o 2ri 5:00-11 () sionce0o vthey emerged as the frstwDe editor Mary Cain-poled mo0rCe itiry, e geering, mechaineal
bc t, GM anoened. h et Lt ust ayet 2. 315- .aging Amecas oaPrAia Aug 2. R- oth an ida te vow med to butIarL tisI conALc aes: u -fnised

cold. take th high^ aitude- of eL te our rn^ *f,1. 2o a*o..S~^STex 1 sek tow The wine w?Mil sccee 'yauor-tties okt Mesxsipi'sttadidtiodayman Irocke~tirsearc iut te mentsio a' ew*^'"fM^~lC!^S^ 'V
ques- khonow thatinht'd goingr mee rj'aWI4G meter

oloa locatagg"' bears as. peithes, a2c:45-H k Snow Anated ser Rain- Gov. Hugh White who Johmnson ir Misp Ja ckson At- Tol. *see tho mcn reuie
[H rv yw4 shulaom ele d I T the Fir bow Ranch Tys has beesnn p "isnaatie qw ind u t" ol e e a o Romm A S m i ITHT
t ts Athema n I n0hefgr adlman 4m. fomr rie C kto graduate school. The i institute gives twit- attudentt I men who have koldefc

u h rthApsfr"ekrn-am' ,50-Festival Of Wais' Coea's CiUPP Supre1 Cou hnson quiestioned Colea us' alrtese corses, plu adall t rain."t to&Bdan-anpold i

ta 1 wor king at 12,000 feet . -3:15-Sammy DE y o state Capitel w reco e was clai oral s aacademic cutue ncessary to ti aGAniO
e.'Dt tae-therhie o 3it- aursi Tee W was ddedbhBo limited aerice but dot called ap-mi col lege graduate, For the student a ** NT
bL Dmyrybwh who wil s bfh 4:r o30-Fe atSure 1ev ew The w a wd eo d e whsiced bya 1an sedhMim of "l' t w as- is a poteitpal executive
4:50-hat' You Favriteare-ColeaBe# Whie, wth.,

be noaspi-os eshll a eswTe hiiSomselfH e esW-plies phn be tohsotet Colen said Johnson's csa The monetary rewards fo the I AT o

It WOitd iflMthOb |i AIl) ESi^il ooia O<30)* hl n taeet the socati n nartigale poltise. oe rui ~ltj~rte!BTtNCRHADW OT.
mo ^BSCalj 'Wc Pwrter sai ttat -racay ma for cober iraen. (a 'fliTue.* FW3T AW if aq 1
ref a enowta haatf a Io xrwere made only t hno cover up graduate are pp rent from the' nMS GAT
SAlps aRs cr ol e I:a .coqualifications-he has held average stirtr
d ~eu .oeOfWalto als saidJohn-rtzesn cttaties st te rac s onoquestio ned s aidJo It was $4ti50Tu is year its Stoude.

aoi sit o eouraUortesta Ise attrRanSdw taeaaltte os courseseldnlusl leftwingend after four years the aver a
mint eayudiredr ci, b.ttnotr 6:00-Serenade In Sine (USA?) b ty countyI,,rom righat-wiuger" iI he satrlincome In the industry is 8,.. ..
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ther sayswtnger- Bob Crusb, the lhd gi nc t we s nvolee. Gr
Ameriui tlt' dla I Never Love Again" on the' 7:15-Freddy Martin Show Aehe r wanho was winved L amar
w airaestIsein elovedamin rhis 7:30-.Repor From The USA 4be-?hld 7ik d adatomnt the Problem In Space Travel_
qat the home of sCharlotte chorine Dan Knight :O D 'r Tf Aug.r13 authorities sid It was
aga ex utle recovering OS AT --e *a bitter politiaas Jd. M" LA'IQPgr. : r
Li e hi a s ltb ss. wil l be ft thopenny ureal dlBe, forema3:00) fiither counties Most- EVANSTONi Iol., Aug. 23 (IUP) Asked to compare this country's
g &- It's a total of 40 mxnutes at the s-w:3World Of Jl (VOA) ly i Misssippi autorities -A rocket exert said today man rocket research with B u sal a's,
Glstable and bride Kay keyboard for Liberace in the hour 0:00-Youe Asked Fo S(e have- '-alerted to watch f or will be able totravel Into outer Porter said "we.Amn't Jhow what SANltA SUE AS. S
are datng .themors- ad a alt"SinguestYors-please whileebe- po~sjbl violence daring the hal- space when be conquers the basic 'they're deleg, only whait the y "STORE 50053'
i:30- 'Trt aotlngt problem of fi back a sin, choose u$4=Thyas."
10:3s-"mnale B= Rcnh Richard r, pres ena of!a
F11 Fatures IndeanY of Picturesque Names. .. i n0 ph ain is t ear-old son of the American Rocket Soiety a But he saW atheav e
attacks 2:00-arew ad In ofthl e (Utby o unto y frosaid man won't rihieve the goal coufereinte at indust se4that 1
.-Aand is hm sh- fourth state- this year or next, but wil even- Raupi "a-' .- --* a* ',
ti nExplaAles of Symbls wide race-his third for' iney, we irours. t
r~~tU~~arC..-British Drosdeasatng Cot'- governor. I Porter. who Is a General Elec-1 he sai the oply "s' assuW)Yp aa lsp-autul
Coraeman ; 41, former circuit tric Co. rocket expert and a Pen-jtimwt" tt make Esiher iffvdn v
-. '-Wl ,"1'jth f30 M 9U ft*msad state Supreme Couh tltagon adviser, spoke to a news resarn h las.s aVO W 10 a, t-bis .tou@iGO
=&dTOMhaMOW lt the 'LUWe: Tha viinrace. making his first .t- couferen at the first nations! cotuatry's, an4rbsps more 0
attorney general four years ago. About 150 of the weld's t o p has bee Written about thetag of
TwH e ehd Ia ARZetba Ce.ua n...s. ... r eaete FAST54M
. $4 ..___ .__ .._. _____ btghly, techniales dscusion of fael said -nal tov be
Hsi e- Bbproblasigt"fY Pete, said are oAX shieldd- mwh wgniht dte th
of the "many obstacles" beset- er. e shvt SEeretndMiT WIE ww tbLm.
Mabn mdosa wctwekYdioce henw ol. roday VG to ocke resarch.yan reaInr Brodokheaven

caller-mr saei that ronicll an to be trmat A to al4g0id fuel.P
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He said 'very little is nowa a-I
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* ? inside a simple cadle flame, t'e point in developbeg rockets for
this is hampering effcia .to inter-continental travel since
0 U RF I Rl ST velop a rocket fueel. rockets are only advantageous
Prer declineC to speculati when they travel be yond the
7 7 7 7 7 fwhen man may venture inbt outer, eqrth's atmosphere. IU an sinter*-
space. but said the problema. continental rocket ship ventured,
B"weaill that of gettig -tI bOeycd the atmosphere, he saM,
.S EAK a." Hthe it would Me into the rme
SNdA bln to p'o s eO fets .T. sfointer plaeta
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NAVIGATION CHART-One of the contestants in that $5,000
marathon- swim at Atlantic City, N.J., Nestor Quiroz (left)
of Argentina, gets navigation info from Beach Patrol Cap-
talip Floyd Hunt befQre the 2S-mile event gets underway.

DIDN'T MISS DlCISION--Although Willie Pastrano (left) misses on this shot at Chuck Speiser's jaw he didn't miss on the
decision in 10 rounds in Chicago. They're light heavyweights. Speiser only recently returned from the armed services.

SHE'S WILD ABOUT HARRY-And she should be; too,, or
Adios HarryA the pacer, is holder of the record for the mile.
The gal is Dolores Lyons, 17-year-old University of Dela-
ware freshman and granddaughter of J. Howard Lyons of
Greenwood, Del., who owns, the colt. Scene is New York.

Easy does it on this double
play action during recent
Yankee-White Sox engage-
ment in New York. Bill
Skowron of the Yanks is out
at second as Chico Carrasquel
of Sox (extreme .right top of
-pho(o) flips to First Sacker
Walt Dropo who gets Eddie
Robinson of Yanks, on way
to first on an infield grounder.'


DUST STORM-Wally Post of the Cincy Redlegs kicks up a
real dust storm as he attempts to score during game with
iahts in New York. Post is out, however, as Catcher Bob
Hofman puts tag on him after taking throw from outfield.


BEATING THE HEAT-One of the water ski stars ready to
compete in the 13th annual American Water Ski Associa-
tion national championships at Lakeland, Fla., August 26-28,
Evelyn Wolford of Massapequa, N.Y., shows how to beat
the heat. Miss Wolford has won several national titles.


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kee boss, enjoys bit of 65th birthday cake in New York
I Eileen Longo, one of New Jersey's Yankee fan.

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greats get together in New York during a old-timers' event.
From left are Charlecy Keller, Joe DiMaggio. Tom Henrich.
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Wildes fold Key

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In A.L.

Cellar Occupants Play Lehman Hurls

Second Place Chisox 2nd Straight

In Twi-N igt Twinbill I.L. Shitout
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1 y -MUItON iwWUCH AN NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UP)-
Southpaw Ken Lehman of the
S NEW YORE, Aug. 3 (UP)-The-key to first no-ter l hia last gwham aed
c wlU be in te cear tE ht-t te keeping of through with a four-hit shutout
th lt-place BQriO top wining pitcher in the In-
,,I __ e Y h t international League.
Sd e hanlot more for The little lefty stopped Syra-
wiethe Cleveland Chicago or M M who cause .1-0, In the seven-inning
Ne:-oS k wiA the pennant lf RIca.s te Box manager, opener ofa doubleheader for his
we iwinit ourseive" says'ha a omned Virgil ,(F'e' 18th victory of the season. one
tiwran Paul Rich- Truck and Sandy Consuegia for more than Jack Crimlan of To-
arms .r Pr -,ghtu.4tll-la- e twia-bill while ronto. He was locked in a score-
t aMilghtb anyway, RIchPalica and George Zuerink less pithg duel with Jim Ow-
riowidetermine whilen pitch for Baltlimre. ens o0M tiChiefs until Chico
Sh la l t Ameri5can Lei a Yankees, who just swept Fernanfid of the Royals wallop-
she'a lead the can g= es in a row from the ed a home run into the top of the
i TH white Box are a haf- Oroles will put their hopes on seventh.
ga"me ot of first plo e but they faster Bo Tu Trly against Ti- Lehman's win also boosted the
can take over the top r by gerreokle Frank Lary Royals into a 1% game league
tw, perentsae points If tey Cleveland, one game out lead. Montreal took a 9-2 drub-
w p d t doubleheader of first lace, will send south- bing from Syracuse In the sec-
swth tel Orioles t lght. Paw p teewt aee Herb Score on t game of the doubleheader,
The pa-ttng Yankees, who against big Pank Sullia of as Dick Farrell pitched eight-hit
T he in a nghtggme, I Bost on In another key -night ball to win. But second-place
caet doh about stopp game while the other Amer- Toronto drooped a 4-3 decision
S ,Chicago evenif they bnt- De- lJen Lo e contest, Alex Kei to the Cuban Sugar Kings in a
tro t... L ner of Kansas City is scheduled slnale game.
ha wo left the White to face Bob Porterfield of The Cubans pushed across Pa
S at trhe end of last year to Washington. run in the ninth inning against
come at tBain oe Ak, thinks chi. Over in the National League, reliever Ray Shore to win. Vin-
Wcage tohenecessary, itch- where Brooklyn's lead has re- center Amor going the distance
cage towin the pennant," but cently been shaved from 16 to get credit for the victory.
te toesint nte and t make It games to a "mere" 11, the Dodg- homers by Loren Babe and Joe
be oen't i tomakeit sdn how u d Taylor- accounted for all three
ea for his old ball club. ers will find out how much good Taylor accounted for all three
The oles have given theyesterday's 90-minute batting Toronto runs. 5-3. ed
WhitesWd asmuch, if not More, drill did when they meet the Rochester, trailing 5-3. rallied
he leap ths easo and Rih- o Albig league clubs enjoyed an ve 5. In th first ae of
ards says there's liable to be a off-day yesterday but Dodger doublehedernd.. But chmond.
manager Walter Alston, concern- tai ublehi,3-eader. all ior h
ed by nine losses in the last 13 runs in the ninth inning to win
h n games, put his charges through th nih ..
Cub eague an hour and a half batting drill. Bufflo atcColumbus was post-
Don Newcombe will go after B t-
his 1th victory for f th fifth poned because of wet grounds.
time tonight against Bob Rush, The linescore-
The Cub League championship who will be shooting for his
ended in a tie at the end of the 11th triumph. (7 innings)
regular season of play between 'he Milwauk. BraPes who Richmond 001 002 2-5 11 0
Gibraltar Life and the Pan CA. he Milwauk e BraV whoRochester 000 012 3-8 7 0




Mims To Replace Coleman

For Fort Clayton Tonight
A f figurs will be mias- Connie Coleman, rugged Clay- I Coleman, a scrapper asllthe
ing Wam nftClato's Caval- ton auard, wil be out o action way and a tough shootersfrom
ftes outage .rt toe's L .e with a shoulder separation .uf- the outside, will be replaced by
liners 'r the eighth ti to- fered Saturday night near the Gary Mims, a 6-2 spot perlorm-
night. t 7:30 in the playoff end of Kobke's 58-53 series dead- er and another deadeye from far
clash ho the Panama Area Arm- locker. This blow to Cavalier out. Coleman, who was shaken
ed forces bwketball champion- chances was revealed last night up earlier In Saturday night's
ship at Albrook APB. by Coach Steve Fowler. rapid action in a collision with
husky Lifelnner Howl McCaillen',
hurt his shoulder in a ddeine
scramble for the bail with less
than a minute to play.
The familiar rivals, who by
now should know just about
every move the other Is going
to Make, return tonight to the
see-ie where they met for the
first time in an Albrook Invi-
tational pre-season tour-~-
meat in early June. Kobbe won
that one, 73-61, but needed an
overtime period to do it.

Only 400 fans. capacity for the
Albrook gym, watched that fir t
meeting. But tonight some 2,000
fans are expected to watch the

WRESTLING MATCH-Everyone had a job on their hands when
a truck turned over releasing 50 pigs on a Detroit, Mich., road.
Teen-agers joined in the roundup. Richard Croswell (in shirt)
and Joe Strauder, here bulldog a 300-pound escapee to help out.

Archery Records Roy Allen Elected

Fall At Cristobal President Of Colon
Two long standing archery I etb l a ue
records fell Friday In the annu alBa et L u
Canal Zone Junior Archery
Shoot that was held at Cristobal The board of directors of the
and sponsored by the Schools Dl- Colon Commercial Sage Loop was
vision, Physical Education and recently appointed as fol.ows:
Recreation Section. Roy Allen, president; Eustacee
Joan Doherty of Balboa toed Ford, vice president; Eustaquio
the line and with precision Solls, -general manager; Ja nmc
shooting broke one of the oldest Velez, technical adviser, Fran-
records on the books when she Cisco Brown, commissioner and

nal Pilots. ,'" z thel thmrv Nardel)1a. Medlinter (8). Con- scored 485 points to set a record Aieio M ,
The Pan Canal Pilots rushed hopes themselves, oppose Robin nelly (6). Voiselle (7) and Wat- in the Darien round for girls. 12 dent.
to a 13 to 8 lead over the OGil- H the majors o'nl 20- lington; Wooldridge, Fasholz (7) years ol dand under..The old rec-
brattar team l the first quarter game winner at Philadelphia. and St. Claire. WP-Fasholz. LP ord of 430 was established in Games will be played on rue.-
ehind the stellar shootingfwithLew Burdett going for -Voiselle. HR-Clark. 1943 by Roberta Williams of days and Fridays of each week.
b d e t hel second -harle Grimm's second-place v1943 yoY ert..... ... "
Bonner Hadley. In te second hlie Grimms second-place --Cristobal. This was excellent The inauguration is slated for
unrer Bonner a scored 6 and rew. .th (7 innings) shooting as Joan averaged 40.4 the end of September.
(or a 2, however, OQbral- n the other two National Montreal 000 000 1-1 4 0 for eac end from 25-20 and 15
tar bg crin sith eEdtM games. Willard Syracuse 000 000 0-0 4 0 yards. Inscriptions can be paid to
French scoriie up orgeith Case 2LS cmdt of the Cardinals was Lehman and Bucha; Owens secretary-treasurer Ramon Men-
and WaltsBrownY nominated to go against south- and Command. HR-Fernandez. Not to be outdone by the dez at the DACA offices. Each
In ?tb *d Bonner Hadley paw Johnny Antonelli of the of-young fry, Barry Davison of team will be permitted to use on-
rfo the Pots hleants. vh lle Vern Law was the Cristobal shooter Jim Rowe, as ly two replacements.
JL treWa@ a e choice S toj e A he went 55 points over it for a _IL
e rtenw 6, Theoinag B.lTh la eas *
for this round is arrowsit 50--
nde with braltar 25 anthe 40 and 30 yards. Both the above
es hon T _eirwavs L t ()X shooters worked hard to gain l. _
I 2 the 4th Hadley scored 10 Le Bthese honors. iN=N IPlayer
n the 4th Hadl scored 10 The shooting in all other
points and Charles Row I- RODMAN TWO AND TRREE My is John Eggers. I spent a. events was very hotly contestedFor IL
ped in 4 points. FOr Gib rl r LUB TOURNEY AUG. 27 bout four years around Balboa by archers from all playgrounds F r IL Award
Lewis Frenich conUnluedt S r A Tw 0. while working for the Panama Ca- and all placed. Judy Palumbo in
with 6, Worden Fre6ieh with 3 A Two and Three Club Tournanal and while in the navy at the the San BIas round for 10 yr. MONTREAL, Aug. 23(UP)-
and Tom Perantle with gvin met will be played at Rodman naval Operatin base there. I lds came from behind to nse
a final score of Gibraltar tanae l Ier are l doay. Men memo was located in Panama from June out Betsy Bell of Gamboa by 7 League cities have nominated
the Pan Canal Pilots 41. Althe ir e d the use of put of 1942 until my discharge in April pnts. Bill Hogan had the boys four outelders and four infield
boys played Wcth evesaing ney t e --t ----r m ey pnre lof 1946. Those years in Panama Inca Round wobbling but missed er for the league most valua
had ad itwas a truly cha*n- ha lto ,oS use a putter brought many new friends, and by a narrow margin. ble player award for 1955, it was
pionsip ame y i Andr i tbs w i-clubs. Present 'often I've wondered what became The Cristobal boys team were announced today.
fi'hon -lo -. -wi bew used so the of them, which prompted me to aiming at the team record which b .ce t o
A lot of credit goes to the t haw a hnqdi rappers will dntefi write on with the hope you might they broke many times in prac- Disk Carroll of the Montreal
coaches of these two teams pi-have a chance at one of tile vs bri.;_ yo_" ..... "---I -" Carrollof me Montreal
loted by hEdu9 irchoirfor -m otis trophies or prizes. As sal -publis excerpts from my letter twice but crowd pressure got them ,Gazette, president of the league's
braltar Life and Jack eratiefifty cent entrance fee il be of your columns. as they fell short by 2 points. baseball Writers Association,
r charged.Final results and winners in listed these candidates.:
for the Pan Canal Pilots. I remember so well the old Pa- all rounds:
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- The Course-w be reserved fo cific Side basketball le ague of Rocky Nelson, Montreal first
today alle theeams will Pd i e tournament play for th t e r those years, having first played -Boys Junior American baseman who leads the league
tournament that will end th ay. Members wishing to for the Gamba Ramblers and lat- 1. Barry Davison 527, Crsto- in batting (.355) and home runs
season for all.emay do sob calling the Club er for NOB (naval operating hbal, new record. (31); Archie Wilson, Toronto
Manager at a 369 /1 base). Some of the fellows playing 2. Ross Tobin 303, Margarita., outfielder who is hitting .318:
S Gibraltar i.fe In addition to this tournament a then were Eddie and Heo war 3. Jeff Slaughter 166, Gatun. Steve Demeter, Buffalo third
Sft f t Ringer Tournament is being set Moore, Burt Caldwell, Ben Cae- Girls Junior Columblan baseman who i hitting .288; As
Walt Brown ...... 3 1 5 up to be in the near future As vale, Rafael Rey, lacke Bar- Lnda Cunningham, 204, Ga- drubal Baro, Ouban Sugar Kings
GeorgC ...... 1 0 4 4soon as &ras, Bob rlardA Ed iG olub Ed tun,
George C .. .. 1 0 soon as t details are worked out ras, Bob Pollard, Eddie Golub Ed tun. outfielder who is hitting .284;
Lewis French.... .. 8 4 0 20 the membership will be notified Wisbar Frank Elimley,- J im my 2. Nancy Turner 187, Balboa. Spook Jacobs, Columbus second
Worden French .. .. 2 1 1 5 The Tournament and Rule s Mathews, Bob Chapman, Hernan 3. Carol Flenniken 185, Marga- baseman who is hitting .330; Vic
Tom H erantle .. .. 1 0 3 3 Committee conducting a study do Arroyo, Howard Krager, and rita. Marasco, Richmond outfielder
Curtis litgerald .. 0 0 2 of local rules and plans to blih many others. Jim Ridge was Boys Ica who is hitting .309; Allie Clark.
a booklet of the revised p sports editor of your paper hen. 1. Bill hogan 636, Cristobal. Rochester outfielder who is hit-
etaO 14 8 7 8 on completion of this study. I happened to be editor of t 2. George Trail 558, Balboa. ting .323; and Ted Kazanski, Sy-
Pm Ca"al Pilots -.base newspaper which was print- 3. Jack Bedwell 483, Gatun. racuse shortstop who is hitting
B er Hadley.... 15 1 32 PANAMA WOMAN'S GOLF ed there at the Panama Amen-.309.
TOm HadlOy ...... 2 0 4 4 ASSOCIATN can. Roy Kennedy was burning Girs Inca
Jim Pottr........0 1 2 1 up the local baseball league, Louise Alaler 39Crto' The writers nominate one
Chesls Row .... 2 0 0 4 Lis Hadley bogied the last six long with such major league stars bal playerr from each club inaprehne
John71.... 0 0 10 boles at the Summit Hills Satur- sTerry ,oore an, Mickey I re 2. Marie Bleakley 365, Marga- i ary voting and will name the
rr r .. 0 0 day to ome with a or call, too, and Johnny Haywood rita. award winner n final balloting
S14 Mae Askew and Ethel Peratfrom Cristoal was one of my bet 3. Nancy Middleton 278, Diablo. Nelson was the 1953 winner and
8 1 ae AskeEt e Per t om..... ewasso l the El W ilson, then with Buffalo, won
tied for low gross-both hsAgter friends. Are,-laces like the Ela
-m r y o er grss-both har 1s Rancho and Bala gardens still Boys Darien in 1951. No player has won the
8 -,re By Q1a-2rter-7 34 's. O operating? Gosh, what wonderful 1. Jim Palumbo 596, CrLstobal. l award twice. Last year's winner
-13, 17-21, 25-27, 36-41 Other low net winners were: mes we had then. I first worked 2. George Camby 563, Balboa. was Elston Howard, Toronto
"Ruth CherryL 70; An Todd 74; em hai Handlin plants, where 3. Jerry Crawford 482, Gam- catcher who now is with the New
STharbAare _odes. 75; Pat Waring a at h ih and l alter s mith boa. York Yankees.
Th sall eys..17. Pe7gy6Moaye76; ean M. A. Smith-de aldSomIta Girlsa D en
iWlson 76; P" s m Porter 77; Ruth were the headien, also a Mr.D r l fo t
Daniels 79; R l ort ier 79: Mar- Wnlass. We lived in barracks at' 1. Joan Doherty 485, Balboa, Nominees for most valuable
..Di aae ls e vo u eHug hes: Mr Diablo heights new record pitcher honors also Were an-
Gld's Team Wins Balboa lene Davidson 81 and Rae Hughes ere were s many wonderful 2. Bo lf Bell, 328, Gamboa. nounced. They include Jack
ar' s umme l Bocreag1 e ,.The. .. .. .. people I met while down there, al 3. Carol Reese 211, Cristobal. Crimian, Toronto (16-6); Jim
ears wasummer the beston the carmmt n or the lady rgol e swell to a group of homesick serv- Owens, Syracuse (13-9); Mel
matl$ c n was the ieouthee -Mr. M o tayne and Doc Anders icemeen. Another I well recall is Boys San Bias Ifeim, Rochester (8-7); Bill Vol-
for some time. The first four o- o donated for prizes two fitteA d Pedro Aldrete, who was foreman I. Rusty Fields 326, Margarita. selle, Richmond (7-4); Ken Leh-
tios m changed onasta ftly and leather cosmetic cases and t eof the Panama American print 2. Martin Holmes 298, Balboa. man, Montreal (17-9); Dutch
Glud's team won only on the club donated a handsome bottle shop were our navy paper was 3. Mike Stanley 274, Gatun. Romberger, Columbus (7-4); Jo-

ia'.-r nd KSO scotch. It wasi I started at OregonStatecollege valuable pitcher award n 195
The second place tea and I a"ladies day" and we allIhere in Corvallis, Oregon, and fin-BoysT
tr an if L a For Odav Pn mbe .Oregoin ianintthenorth- .BaL 336.
... ..,..-". ... ...at--rt ,avi -v west's largest daily publication. 3. M arita-327. B e r o
Tr m No. 3: Hermann. Mar- This meeting has been called Since 1952. I have been athletic
Marknur. Banks and Welch. earlpto allow the week of Septem- publicty director at my am* Umfr1Girls Team
m No. A* aminmer..Trwi. -ber 13th throu. b t 8th for t Oreon college. About Balboa-Daniels, Nadeau,1 W l Understand
no fogt PWGA A- the only ex-Zone friend I've sees I Huff and Doherty. .,drstBed
-Taml o 1-gror tdoPslans PGolfAClub.is a heighcsol baskt ball coach EAST LANSING, Mich. (NNZA)
STeam v''onmbI-, % t.the s Git Clbo is. .1gon -ino 4nder wski takes the snap from
T*Oalnd lee ._ w -- a t a beeakes f r. n all her cOUaa" convey Ymsy eBad ewifades bac gets
nemtI wss -5:mLet bOy Tedap da thet tr. Hoe o c on e from Nauy e
Wikhais. Mhn 111 a,, n I ey. [ai d d WSaturday afternoons This sabe d te spUOof d my o edHgna a on MihwanStandt )ses
hickerOibe ven to st mates too, so o the way an anno-cer
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am, bere. r a, ofi oti, a ver- he to go.e frth lal f-bl er in Oeo .,li b l BerIie W terbowski the .s ack,
"awse. ferv-apae t YOU'leiiU'0010 1 Aw--,- ist wha,0"a,"mNO H ;ou "n ` Dailyprasions will Walt KwalcByk a sophomore half-
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Brooklyn.....78 42
Milwaukee ...6S 55
New York ... .64 57
Philadelphia .63 61
Cincinnati ...61 63
Chicago ......5 68
St. Louis .....52 68
Pittsburgh ...45 77



Chicago at Brooklyn (N)
St. Louis at New York (Ni
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N)

New York at Pittsburgh (2)
(Postponed, rain)
Only games scheduled.

New York ....7 7 V 15 -
Chicao ......13 46 A '
Cleveld ....74 48 1
Boston ......170 51
Detroit .......6 a -
Kafuas City ..41 4. 1 Ms
Baltimore ... HT
Baltimor at Cluage .
New Yrk at DeteOt W
Boston 24 1evelaad 4I- I
Washington At K. City ( j

Open dat.

DURHAV N. C. -( A -
Duke shedled. fstbl. ftas
with Baylor amd Illiamle s'u.

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HECTOR LQPEZ, Kansas City. t
American League, was hitting a
.282. including Sunday's games. t
There was no activity in the
majors yesterday.
In 376 at bats. L6pez had 106M
hits. which included nine home h
runs. Kansas City plays Wash-
ington tonight at home.
edo. Class AAA American Asso- JI
elation, had the loop's best win- b
ning percentage. .769, as of Au- g
gust 17.
SPARKPLUG CONNIE COLE. Robinson had won 10. lost 3 s
MAN of Fort Clayton will be and fanned 80 in 104 Innings he s d
out of the Cavalier lineup to- had worked since he was sent w
night in the Panama service down from the parent Milwau- r
basketball playoff finale at Al- ker Braves where his record was u
brook base gym. The fiery I 2-0.
guard from Inolana suffered a Humberto's three setbac
shoulder separation in tne Humberto's three setbacks
urday, tying the three-game neavolis, the Giants' farm club s
series. The contest tonight be- in the A.A. His most recent loss P
gins at 1:30. was on Aug. 13. when he gave
un two runs In the first frame,
Canvas-covered bleachers to and was defeated 2 to .
accommodate 1600 persons have He came back in relief two a
been erected ou de gym days later. Aug. 15. against St.
ro p er a n d a w F .%hN ei sl " ' "
Brant of. he Bpecial 8 1
Services office the view through In spite of his outstanding
the screen will be satisfactory. work with Tole do. Robb's
Brant, along with Charles Car- wrhances of moving back u h to
attinl of Fort Amador, will again nMilwdkee before the season
officiate. Milwaukee dashed bfore the season
Coach John Garver sent his ends, weredast had beall com.
Lifeliners through workout on missioner Ford Frick had refus-
the Albrook boards yesterday ed emission for the club to re
l yrong while Fowler had his ed ber sion fo the lub t -
morning while owler had his call an optioned pitcher from
men working out there yesterday the minors.
afternoon. the minors. t
afternoon was n. a bad break," Fowler General manager John Quinn
"It was a bad break," Fowler of Milwaukee had requested
Commented on losing Coleman, permission to recall an option-
"but I still think we'll make out ed pitcher to replace huirler
all right and make that trip to Gene Conley, who has been
Puerto Rico., placed on the disabled list be-
The survivor of tonight's scrap cause of an "injury to the liga-
will journey to Puerto Rico to ments which hold the bones in
face the Antilles armed forces his shoulder together."
champion, probably Camp Losey, It was believed the Braves
in a five game series for the Ca- would have recalled Robinson if
ribbean Command championship the request had been granted.
Sept. 3-10. Local fans, who had wonder-
Kobbe saw Command action ed all along why Robby had
last year on its home floor and been sent down in 'the first
lost a heated five-game set, 3-2, place, were sad at the news
to Camp Tortuguero. which appeared on the sports
Clayton gained ife for the pages yesterday.
1955 crown when the area title Many said they felt Braves
apparently was won b tJe manager Charley Grimm used
Lifelifers on Aug. 11 In an poor judgment in optioning
overtime fray at Kobbe. But Robinson to Toledo, considering
when the points were added up his impressive performances as
Clayton won, 89-68, in over- a reliever with Milwaukee.
time, it appears Panama will have
That set up the first of the1 -
playoff tilts last Thursday at -
Clayton. The Cavs outraced Kob- l Web H ame Cons
be, 56-46, to take a one-game webb Heai ne r ops
lead. But Kobbe came back Sat-
urday night on the home floor to 1 nr1
deadlock the series anew. iv '" I-
Outside of Mims-for-Coleman -reae eed s
I the Cavalier starting lineup will Webb iearne volleyed, s lam-
stay the same it has been the med and backhanded his way to
Bigger share of the extra-long victory in the Omphroy tennis
season as it will for the slightly- tournament yester ay afternoon
favored Lifeliners. by defeating Achille Petit, 6-1,
That means LaVern Jessen to finish a match which was sus-
and slick Larry Davis at for- ended Sunday afternoon be-
wards for Clayton, with Merritt, cause of rain.
McCurry at center and Mims at
guard with tricky Larry Powers. .Herne had won- the two sets
Garver is expected to open played Sunday, 6-0, 6-3 and was
with the usual tiesome of Mc- ahead 3-0 in the final set when
Callen and Ed Nickles at for- rain halted proceedings.
wards, Don Fuchs at center and The prizes were awarded bY
Joe Clarizio and Bill McKaig at Bill Cunningham, manager of
guards. Garver also has a multi- Hotel El Panama, who was a-
tude of top-flight first aid men among the spectators.
to beckon into action. Later Hearne teamed up with
In their seven meetings Kob- Ellis Coats in a doubles exhibi-
be has won four and Clayton tion against Petit and Earl Om-
three, with each owning an phroy, but the match was stop-
overtime triumph. ped by rain.
Championship and runner-up
trophies will be presented imme- Casper Omphroy, the sponsor,
diately after tonight's game: All of the tournament, announced
was set to present t the firt place after the matches that a doubles
awards to the Lifeliners and the tournament will be inaugurated
runner-up awards to Clayton be- in about three weeks.
fore the error in scoring tabu-
lation was discovered in the fi-
nal regular season contest.
And the awards were standing A-4 .Am. -A
by Saturday night at Kobbe in
cae of a Clayton victory but the
aLfellner win stopped the presen-
'tattims again. -
SBut someone's gotta' walk off
S*ith some trophies tonight.

polis Motor Speedway track ex-

o wait until next year to see
another local player more up tO
he big leagues.
Class AAA International Leau
hurled a frur-hltter in blanldng
roronto. 3-0. Sunday.
It was Pat's twelfth win of
he season.
Columbus ended a Huvana
Inx'at the expense of btXWe.
tury, when they topped tha .u-
gar Klns,. 4-1. Aug. 12.
Pat, who had beaten Colpmn
bus three times on their recent
seven-game viit, to Hayna.
dropped his seventh derfion
when two errors by second base.
man Yovo Davallllo led to three
unearned runs.
When Columbus taged -at
for three tallies in'the fouth
nnlnr. It was the first time they
cored against the Cubans'
Pitching In the last 35 innings.
Cliha A. Soth Atlantc Leage.
after four unsueee ail; at-
temts. chalked up his uixtet~th.
trIumh. Au. 1, wI a
second ame do fr.
STO M Y HUOHSfr, Ftrn.
Cass C. OalifornIa Leaue. i* a
bil winner In his loop with a 18-
5 record as of Aug. 15.
The strikeout leader.of the
circuit, Tommy fanned 17 bat-
ters to bring his total to 28M for
the season in a 4 to 0 victory
over Mndesto. Aug. 11.
His '17 strikeouts were two
short of the leaIue record fo a
rame. but eoualled th Frewno
hilhr set by Hnwt Mills it 1948.
and tied by Larry Jacksd In
CARLOS. TRORN. Winnipeg.
Class C. Northern L~tatue. and
FParvev Cohen. who reltvd in
the fifth inning. combined to
hold St. Clou tno nt \h3P in
WinnlDeg's 3 to 9 win Aue. 10.
The lone safety caimp of
Thorne in the ovenrlng frme
when outfield* Pedro Crrdenal
lost short *flv by Eddie o*-
pacz In the lights.

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with GOlbert toland

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In mIviorocco; uem. JTil ,
ALGIERS, Algeria, Aug. 23 dy to take off from the Moroccaunascertalinlg the an ber f rebel under control. Around Oul d e S
(UP) France unleashed vam-. capital with Iatiqlal representa- dead, and ecaUe copmmuau itoie in the tas Mountala foothills
:'L pire jet fighter planes and tanks tives. But the arty, once driv- are out inl man part Of Mrocco. fierce I me r to a di "
Against terrorist insurgents today en underground by the French, so ,trenched In the rWb k stwn htils
in a North Africawidt c o u n t e r- far has.alled to disclose whether The blood upriloig began Sat around the town. .
punch after a weekend of riot it will join the parley, urday, the second a ersary of
and revolt that caused some 900 An indirect casualty of the week- the exiling by th. .t nch o the r
deaths. end riots was Gen. Ramond Du- Nationallt-minded ilta9 of Mo- r ,
With the death toll hovering at val, commander of saU F rench rocco, Sidi Mohazgmed Ben Yous-
890 and still mounting, reliable forces In Morocco. He was killed set. TO G |e Tta hu
sources at Algiers and Rabat, the yesterday when his small plane d s U
Moroccan administrative capital, crashed near Kasba-Tadda. The The date, served .a signal for
reported big military elements cause of the accident was not de- the-uprisings, both In Morroco and || p
backed by armor and jet plants rermined. Algeria. Unde rg Iu
in action against and around key
trouble spots. Reinforced French forces went Otder appeared to have been re- Five nurjew froa PanSma'
pped telho p o e and insurgents as Faurt mot in an ur- Algeria, which is leg a art of have been awarded tahthaP
blocked o eds t a clar picture gent conference with native lead. France and where at onam is ants by then astute tofnter
,.- of the lelth toll and the hting era In an effort to halt the car- considered rebellion against th be erlean tab is to cntnue
a. ,from ergin against tat ,e erle ,n Affairs 40 continue
.50 WG ABOUND In his on baorr .before. going AWOL Is ButW o fluding for Ie- nfiAderia the _top, rhiorce 'd e li an
pnen ynb erla the troops,rinforcedn
i Bon.r Tan .Tampany member, 33d Inan" rry- gionnalres were in pofiear to a tar a-lift from France. But Morocco still-was seething, fel o -p'chia t rid onrpm dh-
m emB&?% Boing had .been rela Tanker nceFebrua__ French soure vo0e fears to- destroyed nine village in the Con- although the big cities appeared nurse l
w h.auddenly di pe.. found, would the person day that the Ist lal, Morrocco's sta e. region, centers of revel --- -- .
tpoiPooy;h conMrnc coho nm tsoarnishe
S ?u the adve nrl" to hiunit or the tort'most powerful No lonallt party, acvity.. Po nt Four program.
iS -ry po ice? se and carrots are still await-, mlght boycott th6 conference cone .The hamlets had furnished most 1 E The trainees are Olivi GeOnza-
S 3, U A y Photo by Pvt. Bob Ttewart) vealed here by France to seek re- f the 2,00 men who took part in In. Ena lez Mercedes Chong, lentVilla-
Setblihment o(leace in the pro the rebel "army of God's" sa r-rrel, Mrs. Delfla Ja eand
tec :.".. t torate. praise offensive against 14 Asor L M m i* EsStela G. de Sanjur, nurses ia
fW I' 1 Lfe iin A A l A. epeudence for Morocco fre to a French announcement. PsychlatrIc Hoalt1A n Panama.
LFrench rle Iard to respond In Morocco, French soldiers went a Warm Th the raiing T ras ae an
n Lifleliner A W O L' ""do There pond Phychuntr Hospitalgdr antsha ma
the invltateoa n servers believed Into action against tribesmen dug WAnT offered tai rt of tr ae.ten
Se confereaeewould not fully into the hills above Oudd Zem, the n ratmbein
A Aa iccom is Pis r ptose, '"martyr" i wty where scored of BUdon, Inc., with an offer of cooTeration rom be car
Ut .r S H ave im Tailed er dg urend four europeans were cut to pieces or $11,480, was apparent low bid- eub tI n VA a tanhgoe
of his top ministers sent out ivi.- red alive. der on the basic bids submitted Point Foor thran h the
o tations to r esntatives of all Further disorders wererepdrted for the work of repairing and Ministry f Pubiu alth.nd
poUtical OIUPIQh In the strife-torn yesterday in the Oued Zerm native remodeling the small animal thien l Anierfida% 1 rv.
Stalking abou bananas and carrots with an proteetqrato coe to this health quarter, nam at leash oa foreign quarante facilities at Corozal ce;
e" of B-.og Bbing, occaonal side order of stdaks resort and ep find a way out of leonnaire killed. Te Bdon company, however, The trainees will
comp an o the linerin crisis. will remain ineom- macs no alternate propOsal tor p .ractCS am d 8e0,4i
oing In te French s*ces said a special plete for several. dayi authuritle, the cnatecttno of a e, eqlroot., Jzeva1 u*.^' I, oa-itl aud
Iift 1 r -- Shin owlr prvn kte bar- phan, is ,to-plny In Rabat rea- said, becas 001f dlculty of s for the work wereopen- hetal hcw
h _e
` ,*0 1 14a~ Id & i 9lIrA zAM

hirrineaa of hisaaily routins
Bhg *bin didn't dabble 'i
onkey business."
lHe participated in FortKob-
be's boxing tournament, win-
ning the "Light Mofnkeyweight
-Chimp" division of 10i5,. and
earning himself a p.;2 rating.
During his training with Tank
company he got opt of hand
only once--when he failed to
make revielle one morning.
After having been AWOL for
24 hours and lited as absent on
the unit morning report, Boing
Boing's dilemma was rendered
more serious when a phone call
was received by M/Sgt. Metz
Davisi the company's First ser-
It was reported the AWOL
Tanker had struck an MP. and
resisted arrest; After being held
for questioning, he received a
delinquency report and was re-
leased to his until where he was
restricted to the company area
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A the eent time ]%Ing i r
'Bolng t "mising i action" a-
iS' ellow.Lifeliner -sees PRINCESS IN SCOTLAND Queen Elizabeth II (left) chats a
WWd4lhihe kindly notify with her sister, Princess Margaret, at 4bergeldy Castle near tr
am OM O or the t. IKobbe Balmoral. Scotland, during church bazaar in which the prin- P1
ceas was a star aaleagirl. ea
ayt b ea recognied
t North Korean Reds Return

I. I Pilot Of Downed U.S. Plane

NW" i .. WM KORI Demilitarized Zone, turn the flier to American author.
ntral Kore, A 2 -riites, the Reds said he had
,_ 2ad. IA. Guy H.t umpass, his mitted that his plane was on some.
News, ofIih death of Johbn. head watched in bandages, left thing more than a "routine ormin-
o loye of the Comm t mbunce to d a mission."
ur ]eu kabeen reeived pad walked to freedom one week U. S. authorities doubt the
g n the stAmus. He was after trigger-happy Red gunners blown-haired young lieutenant
.7"Maw 'shot down his lght plane, made such a statement to t hea
A few moments later the Com- Communists. But if he di it!
Mr. Pearre died the afternoon ol maunst handed over a wooden could mean Bumpass violated part
. 13 while he was travelling casketcontaining the body of Ar- a ph five ofthe ew code of
his daughter -Mrs. Norman my Capt. Charles W. Brown of camduct for prisoners of war
Webb ea roie from Fort Worth, West Losville. Ky., who was kill- which President Enenho war
T ., to ,werhpui
Eex, to Catilage, Mo., where he ed when'te two officers' T4 train, into effect on the day Bumpss'
played to make his home. er was shot down near the scene was shot down by Comamunist
tnce his retirement from Canal of their return. Iti-aircraft fire. un an-
rvice in 1950, be. has been liv- Bumpas. of Jackson, Miss.. was
i a Fot WorW th, brought to the lonely exchange The code sa captured Amer-
soOthe demilitarized Zone in can servicemen will give theen-
Snatvlogu Mr. while ambulance. my only their name, rank. serial
ng rlawn ii 281t 1n&- powera imistroke across the line "make. no oral or written state.
1 A-" O waitingUnit.-meetdisloyal to my country a

re -. -its -adorht ui t. t t r
ago tomorrow Amecan explanation he wag
training flights routine trad it
a' i 1 w carriedhi- n bescg..ijf asr a code vo.
a r -Vstoezqne and in- tion., unlep he ea prove he dIE 2
The Communists Wformed
Rd% a.n i*- strip hacked asserious he id I the er
ig e oterr a .mi n-to take but appeared eredo,

"would .,, ,, .t bring

Biludino.i g S
. . . .
Of the contractor who clud- l .I.. i H
r with the basic bid, Dmon and RIM .
Rekman was apparently low t1
th an offer of 12,000. L
Three other contractors sub- NCO .
fitted bids on the project. They I i t
ere E. 0. Hauke Construction 1 2 fg
q. of Colon; Isthmian Con-
tructors, Inc. and Depoalto Lal- SAIGON, Indochina, Aug. 23
All of them; with the excep- (UP) -Communist-led rebel troops
on, f Lalli, made an.offer on hive stabbed 300 miles south. 1k
he steel roof, with lump sum the'Indochina kingdom of La as
Ids ranging from ,88 to and threaten to eraie, ,
14,130. their attack through the coun-
try, the Laotian army high com*
Bids also were entered by all man4 ld today.
ve contractors on the unit The rebels are members of the.
rice for furnishing extra lumb- Pathet-Lao, a Red-inspired "free-
r to be used where needed. dom movement" organized in
The work of repairs and-addi- Law.
ons at the Corozal a n I m a Until now, they have operated
quarantine station will include exclusively in the Sam Neu l I-
he construction of new animal vince in the northeastern s o
una in the boarding section, the g Laos close to the frontlewith
instruction of,a food prepara- communist Vietasm
*n ahd bathing rooin, remodel But a Laotian high command
q of the waiting room into a comuniqe today d Pat-
oreroomn and laboratory, e nLan rebels had ambuaeG tn T a .-
modeln o thd er tian army patrols in Thake o-
emodelg of the old storeroom l_. Mal n IIl
,to an X-ray developing room V1Ue al M e-"0,
nd other work including elec- dnyethe Laoti eshan c.
ical and plumbing repairs; the ne commuelaom tes d a.
painting of the interior and the MVii anel were l
ixterlor of the building and re- es an both ldea tWhe .lt
placement deteriorated roofing. in bt u gye ,
BALBOA TIDES near N pha., M r the north
WIpNISDAY, AUGUST 24 "wai" Te second
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