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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00846
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'-.-The United -States .h .q
Saed concern to rn .nZ -
b the use of U.S. aUe to
battle insurkent In MrtI A-
SOtla 4ald last night that
thti country first expriuc. Its
conrfnl several montbs.ago.e d
renewed those expressions ire-
cently when the area was wra-k.
ed by new violence from native
la insurgents.
France Was told the Unlted
States wlhea to be informed ox
. a.ny .transfers of U.8. lMatia
Scfro e a.nce to North AMica.
s als d the Frenchpraom-
I e4 to provide this intozmation
an also assured the United
g..- 'States thatiAt has not transfer-
t of red to North Africa any U. S.
ring tanks or heavy artillery given
France as a member of the
North Atlantic Alliance.
S French troops, pushing into
the mountain areas of Morocco
and Algeria, yesterday killed 75
more rebels to bflng the toll of
dead In French North Africa in
the past six days to 1,800.
The toll which began with
ot1 0 and lnmacrea during the FLOOD VICTIMS-F)ood vict
wee mounted as the French sists a neighbor's child, Sandr
mogdJnto the Atlas Mountains among the donated clothing at
of bo and against the re- Ingtoni
bel Army of God" In Algeria.
'Tb. protectorate of Morocco "
wi : reported "calmer" after _
days of rioting and battling by r L T n .
natles agAinst French a.thoi- Edith, Tiny
ties. But full "security control"
still has net been established,
French authorities In casablan-
caai"'"-d. A, Aims At C
Ssn a fight ortheast of Oued
Z,_, where soiae 70 Europeans -
ie assacredby Berber tribes-. 6--.(UPi -TI
H en IStarday, natives were MIAMI, Aug. 26c-(UP)irTrY
l&ed. W Prenh htoA. but potent Hurricane Edith te-
A tl of 3,00&, aerm, 100 ed in the Atlantic % w4ni
ofg S k & armor. fury today on a course, a ed
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a Blake, in innding a proper fit
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WASHINGTON. Aug. 26 Top-level
officials gcve on-the-spot atteilion to the nor
$1,600,000,000 flood cdtasfropf-oday while tli
tenants here developed more plol. to aid victims,
A campaign for better flod control i ep#
momentum as experts reported .tle need for it
surveys of the devastated areas. 9
Latest addition to the long list of governmq
sures to relieve flood victims was w executive ard
ed by President Eisenhower at his summer office
ver, Colo., yesterday, authorilafrl otins to daut
fense industries from a $900,000,i pool. -j

Civil Defense chief Vsl Peter-
SO" took personal charge of the
massive rehabilitation program
at temporary headquarters in
Hartford Con. hard hit by the
heavily Industraised area par-
alynd by last week's torrential
Secretary of Commerce Sin
clair Weeks scheduled a flyinm
Inspection of Connecticut, Rhlod
ltlnd anwl Ude nlalituaO. dia*

Eadt fast floods M
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gun a federal rellet Wpr
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thed to the tLar e. ated behd the Judge are Q. T. Mc- n thi area ti "4 p an h eteat r EngineerLt, Gen. S0. e deatl7 e eigWi
IP. Je C l C and U. Marst oupe L. Klcaid. Family and .friends of Agish poll5UandO on Dunnof the Misag[. l Sturgis, Jr.-bck in aMBigton swept by ahrose
7-7 were also present urt o the ceremony, th had ed o n reau prdc after a urve devaation ie deh count :
localababh w ti a top winds of 125 m ph by t throughout the state diater a ylvauia 115; ConectUt
S* -- otor.odterrortt.h morrow about re told eportery the "appalling hicausits ka new Jersey ;

taken .1 tbve;thetmOfeove. Tfiey r
AbtorneyDavid Robles Is Youngest ,Mi do -=u I Va I,,ft "whe

Lth:atte e. ag e n rg 9aN 'j'forosis -^ Gr

wyer Admitted T Canal Zo e Bar d
and bVoan i sedha hr Ma r wh l byithe hatndDueo betrheeded d aid josto Sen* ow nerg, m e lpoIn
big a ia I bn rpe Rhod. l d o llta. baes In ns .l
fSrual or .a.. who ic me b canersb sard eam e -. "a o ,l Defe

t Med Whohor~tl Thouht HDa Edith Was Abu
d' dAt0Ast.fhs U I '
.., U na rl m -, n md S hedi rhe ha d nstufnt"oe oa w hos r eq had bofwit e d n. and i a toh oq W ners.rn

ba". .prate he wto osted wdf thetuitr-n w ithtkanfofVnesaeda be ioeotu W o de reortsdminiandtosinesse.
.. -M p. t h t th wilr be ais o preaet credit toh the medaremony e. atro inah yinsidet ,_trlanes ai "is ~rerd o sa
TheMoroc canlno bu bo e mAaiyn. .ane olnr a- aatai nte rfo Doeterreel
lhee tho boandbDe Castrowhobch mhthat h ciswiindsno te of dhice stglatnit b out 1.0r on-

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'th ma- co t n e ~*o t' to = e re..... .. abut...d.to py'e.t d s l cw

wit bel a vi5 s n Ubehs eens Is ed l9 ej.ace tr we eee saoMd ar hl5 t
totalli n abota P000. H, died .* Tart JISU MS iinth """Uod d

RedL nhinat e'l, 15a atcloeriuatrYsag o N tpadst. o
a; e "t To a-Yitmmn otoed forA;eV bclC O nula atreoobisl a an
uigi PRTe Anud saeid it 26k (ti P, n- ,arte o0 h ct iam d p i w eri in rsnt the ewohIst o

Sde.r on R -esto d ay nd fo nh saoid he had ist uc t norderw4to t ule ao ehSaer Tcl elc ,tD.
gi p ecrt fier .a.t Das tric e with drcour "alo taethat has l i ant u anae w h th cheild edoegs vno gti d eats _p pau Its

ttah ond" Twifhey but t wekus ,s :- elchof _ai d.,mo ha three I e Hetda"" eelh u e* amSyt Mie I ll ll
wt l awtt t t ft aw whe i -ou e woteW.ian etode e bD-rst hebarsoo.ad as e te .Mr yAsa d0 oc odtres r owa
r y. '. ICo, D': t Tda. He Z y,.r Wiherontinue hdsthmgnos il trrpica le ,ba, .-,

s aid.eheats t. mkorteloaffa r.l aw fd ramon bter. hl esdd S ph l as adid ta t hmeConsA l h hbefueti e s.a s amso r nhe d o dWea a e- e l ._c X
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0h1 Unyllol t"a.have the n a . be r e;Oh d Ile- a in tf aatuinUl ate s re ow fe o weIln ek o .mri. arep lo t-.

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t he o t tl- b e r "P at he his w if T t au o or d the Fi ne wa y aft wcre s whchCshe r rthet 1mrue51e i o of the ig s a!4
AWW 2 510l5i31-" w 're .rceun;tU" h t o ne y ofrt, o i mecaea Ba ahes PLnes.aMOUeHe n 9.ha Ad ds.e cbyh. m uecrri- uoa tc I 'h
.tte a ako R t D.s m ie wu Ii We Petes rw a ,wh.F ioetIi coin- of the. edefadbu hea e-u ed abiao .1n jobsftic ts .efU
a' pbettywodtyoftepictu- rehm." How faue tode eeirs hesM Noarety a terothea oa pe dt odi te

w a nrr, I eef an the re qes t l t elh m t t e ear 6w lt,
n D c n d y e war toa hoef m dsc be d o e aaf h at es eOtleo u
erTed ch toi handles".h. .w-h-ele hw. s l rwequire lod to w aiht unt i enohs a enut. Adt MC t
gJ.l114 if his b .t "t.o. oeuea-. wam in slthrao othlsea es lteasn le" o.d a[
de"-toot g e ihage s id of 1hses* i
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otwan oh botI!1nueeloeor-aat o Inafters of al ineaed's

Iwbeke. liult.butpoieIn
kees-IFDaIyIse-"Pt-w his d FMrs.FChristopher at a'-Flol Bwayr aom o -m
A.'iatg hiseboo Nigh PreTLAND,eOretU,'Au,. ,6a'P, '1 3eLunMt mother for AmericangCcnoul at COW 6o bsln-.provide. T e d a ,.
woa1b i g-d aw4a Ne t-AStmanSDoldasnnyt'rehmddt and thhelr -yl-arr ld hssn, Danny _ered v t oge.levns e to gTo Ihate en chief so t cd ealpg.
Canalel r. wrff-one his.3q-Yeari-oldn *_tfUna, were Jr.hi v imo"- 'mexplay ned thostcondi-f 'sity0,' 0 damage,.e.-tsi m
p, with-I W ..i hope '! ,mN~ik -up5ore-by the b tar es" now and as .H ved them. fIt was sdl d e ltnree h a t n .. t,
wassnu raisle at- Ast maritalenhomero"soonlbeeovembrcskirtsandfeohehsaid1that Wll
.Ltb ils thethappiest momet Of delivered them to Mastll., suffered byme.' s Wh
ton al Zn oe., 'The 3-yeir-oe i Dalman end m TherPlantiff eeks1arPUlates Mutddown for weeks t om

that on two co aOn adeetwroteHecalle cean-up k"
,o$tthebar, as he ,a his wife,.Thestatus of Fine was set by Marsha asking or the returned. th a t rad-
werewho sid"Mr.honedIs cnm-who d Ur aie tificates.;o-
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m-0 m~o, m- Wedm y .j h ,:everWhat legal gapswere be- of Iib~lsdayss"ationof......
years to holr from imdisclosed by the couple. Pt
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S-- d ll ad or dld oll From the cabin of the Strato "
cruiser winasn in from E u peu ,
soggy New Eag sal leikelik6 h
M A IO CwaterlogdJunglesof Asia-and 1I
S landed and saw the first U.S. pews.T i
The Mall Bex is an open forurn too readers of The Panama Amaken After clearing customs -hied
rs are received grotelully and are handled -a e wholly confidentis' back into some of. the frightful
neo. flash flood areas and found parts ,
It e contribute a letter don't be impatient it It deMn't pe**e the* of odern America as helpless as
I day Laemrs are published in the order receive. a Thailand Viage on stilts. And oa
Pl try to kee the letters limited to on poe geloeth. of this grimness cani the Jdea of a --
ideativto lette, writers H held in strictest confidence. speclTaoint Four program for.-all
The newepape r emisomes no .spounsibility for statements 9- uimlea Amerlia itself. '
ressu in letters emre maders. Few people out of the flood areas .
a- reali*h that behind the tragedy of
.,, nmen, women and childrendrowningn
:THE BILLY GRAHAM CRUSADES in swirling waters is the tragedy of "A
... ...r scores of thousands of working -
In the Aug 18 Mail Box column there appeared a letter men and women who weu'thebie _b Ie
gned "Ima Baptist" referring to certain London press reports men and women who won't be able
wrote to you about which exposed the results of the "Crusadei" to earn their daily bread. hbk many
th in London and in Scotland. wee because whole plants have
If the writer of that letter would have the moral courage, bee wped out and commuting '
come right out Into the open by stating his name Inatead of rails and roads ripped up by the \hg
ding behind a pseudonym, I would be disposed to answer him. deadly rush of water. All this in a
I5 never write t0 the press either under a fictitious name or part of the country which never
no.yinously, and I nevez reply to what to me are objectionable thought it could be idt by such
communications. devastation ay' more than by lava
-T. H. Darlington. from Mount FI. "
S- Pity, too, is at so few unioas,
Z r whief have been spending m .ilfshonr o
The prc.on who .signed his letter "Ima Baptist" couldn't of 'dollars ea scores of projects, but a t other
ve much cun-idaence a.1 the abilities of his Idol Billy Graham were adequately prepared for this i ve empawes I a sea
lhe'vie he uould have signed his name. As far as I can re- holocaust. O I ne.
emoer, Darlin,:on st.niply AsiLmntted to the Mail Box an ex- _Sone unions were, however .
ac from a reputable daily newspaper ii Great Britain regard- ]b Pey MI even as the hor WAT G SCOTT TISSU
g the terrific expendc ot obtaining "decisions for Christ," an rible task. diggn bodies out of
t that I and many others applaud because any open-minded brackish laW was Under way. th *F Ista lce h what Leon.
, person woulu apprec.tc hearing both sides of the question. orthat o the AFLs -lk
Workers Union swung its m 'n bIl e W did wka
]PANAMA'S FORD PRICES Hit Center Into action.l 'tds is assistant
the only often of Its kind in thera m
I have been following the Text of the Testimony on the It s built nto a larg modern NiA afte tok
eaty from the start in a morning daily, but hav' retrained e fItis workto nto a l m tooko-.
m commenting on same heretofore until I read what the Pan- trafler- quipped foreX-ray work,a a ofttsawiarda by M'.
a Canal Company representatives had to say. laboratory teats and ates e snocu-P E ,9, 4W
I assumed that these men would have comp)Ite knowledge at to WlN. th vntionzp t o m
l ad the correct Interpretation of the T'eaty as Its affects Canal o systpecial gn etorw.on avertE \A," e A" i "
ne enmployes. I read, therefore, with keenhinterest, the text toSee an area which darkened VVhA- ln iodlrto ? el ear :
sthe issues dater August 18 and i lheren Henry Holland, co untied tre menac further e IIIeri d I I "Dear dy tobhyear
tant rscrettry of sbate for Inter-American Affairs, and Paul a aby polluted waer to appreciate the Mr
nestrand. assistant secretary and attorney, the PanamIa Ca- mo incalcul a etble worth of such McCabe, es t lm eSat t Pa-
SCompany, made the following statements under the head- s trailer. Purified water is esn en By PET R EDSON prrt, hat the
"Private Enterprises"--(Quote)-"A question has been rais- tial for the prevention of petflence a BedTei usoy. PE s. E .
as to whether our assertion that we will withdraw as a Gov- and death. I -- ahntd save a u Gofta
Snment from oertaln private entertrisp, li';e the laundry, clean- The union's vlce.presorent, DavidWASHINGiTON Mnla l-ha loent 55 lio dollars to nenaandl la Khrlev n r
.and nresstin, making soft drl will prenjudieeUntedt r0aD o.attarns9lendar ob te o B Siin youaw Note. double;
sima ks o Gtne pGold, head of the Northeast Do hd do about Presidemt Tito of slavia and the n ationl B went to ta and rde their g
esd n the n w taspartment, put in an extra sterilizesn Yugslavia is causnno woniderablenhgas lent another 5/ millions, to, iene wt o however, Yuo-mr be-o A- .
-ane products and services, unit and added an emergency staff head-sctraching in Washingtcn. bu much-needeo machifiery. Savsly ve'bea pis- _dwS -o
"We&=aert that that danger does not exist. The treaty to the mobile health center's doe- amid other, greater worries. i ut these loans represent ofly a _m_ inil P Tits var 4 above, ha bes; wht am -
s that the UnitedS states will withdraw from these pure- tor, nurse and technician. Then he lUlurgnmi sinttosualfviae t d ."eunds1
third of eraea's total debt.Europeanallianeadsin SIRabbarlauu
haveobeenengagedFa r tati tossingineb
vate enterprises in which we n naly offered the unit to Pennsylvania's ern ows Tito owe, FranceBl- Its utrl and Ic ties. da rsderru-
are satisfied that those services or goods are avaable from Gov. George M. Leader-who as-o all the way back in. to the Moscow and Switzerland over 300 m- Jt before Tit with and eeme to
ntmanan suppliers at a reasonable price, on satIsfact rY &as- signed it first to Yardley Pa., an rbit, Congress this year coi be- o a or heThr d m o ton o to GOa" ston "
e of continuity of service, and of good quality ... When isolated, almost totally destroyed eered-but did not pass--a curb onC "h Ie-hdabtosto atO adio o ndor
formoIa-blocatBolkae n= natm*ror, hoet ithes
d If we ae t1lOou9tbIy satisfied that those services and those community of some 1.500 persons, further arms a to Yugoslavia un. Soviet Rusli hab t-as e ...e ih blare o oat ead iti on muanthter aI
-be furri ''thed-f good quality and of reasonable price The trailer took on 0,00 '6tl-ty- less American military advisory a 90.m ih ......h ay-- ilk
a ilocl e nese' Qunaletly hand o l phoidr sotat*ets aid food and offlorsa were given greater free- T .uig a-i. r~ o w ve such delu hems o nofgr- Jb.th rn
i ngbetoh (unqutote).m r phds sotso memers ldod hed tmofrcto evhnate i around --0 s-, p .,isl. omutthis1 ab dr-e Stes- ta h tHe Co itte:e .)
on the above,' we ee that the negotiators for the was in the btiest wi saving lives WIn oobserve how U.S. equipstue wa f to s Ms
Canal d omlexrn, a U. a. Governmd oo event egterprsSe oblo- even before the floods subsided n was being used. and where. Yugoslavi t I t h t
San of its eaplOy sopemade Sure that U. Another un ion which swung into At the b other extreme is the viewonl'se U T C denC r e tto ih Tito's v r it
te ot aloatl re A te), would action fast was theo Eatern Re- that the United States must dase be themC o hk oat t
Se local suppers no edie tha'orkers, even more liberal teo Ygos v ian i o ow et* f ae

doe.d from reputable estalilsamert in Panam National Coer end Brass Council.o e e powers, lsae
More then 90% of the eploye of the Canal Zone, residents Kerrigan mad his colleagues foul The total U.S. Investment in e ComM
non-re dents, now procure these erviy es and products in that et least one big brass plant Yuslavir ain rit first broke to be a la int f th, uld. i os of tho e newse rint slikeu o to
a.et, te negotiatr s aro fo r rote tion for their was completely wiped out, and oth- wit the Russi Co nform in the sr e Yo t nt t em lon e
mtt e mplo a rat e alrnikeg th p uceto = d id neo even era badly das aged-so that no oneI.ias now aon ate ..... dorp-es -*to an "w ed
hople ndwsrheqstione the ma t u w k i d e s y i lo onenafdtoneont-T..e yi stem the fres tehT oit s o w t Ynwt slrying to have paressed -on o Moy and it is
ton (anI singer e tat Ion wro g), north usw ol t grksn h d nto s, e whatever our hope tat he di t anter eit
Thoe t Iastmportant r uIeto oewtkIng ra, and hiis could get to the factories. T he o iv blem ,,e e Uned eld taae iit to nslt, to,
Nd were-te" r g "a a a d- ft tt144 aaitofbt
l-food-under toh protective c r t he fre e othbpr9% d w xat tee on US. military States whether It I worth while Big eI to uaitr, his own Wovertn."i Ce mar t a
e local newspapers announced gently thad the oall bidsor br .. ... ..ou t teed id lav are secret. Thepuring additional dollars- bwn i et ireroaft i tpieaThe ni tn (R., N. J.), then cha man c
I mi beef to the Commissaryd D lvisl onwere rejected be- m caton es down-utn unofficial estimate s around oth isP ultar Communist drain. States, itain and raee have the HoUe Committee.)
price te r i These prices wrefr dreds of talon members lost their million n do ars a Year for the past One T tkbiggest.drins on the al declined bids to set him up in

ta p ricesa offered w men to hi s paesa trs reIehate bs eet heop ingr wdiwat supies. h od.t at Atm le dye
ntiama government tax, Yet they were considered too t. seven years. This year's aid aisYugosIyv economy Is su t. this busoesa. "I thought you might like to see
nby teo in s te on for resae to tner eusto mers- omet K e iga contact thenot being recalculated in view of Tito's -man army The U. Shortly after Col. Gen. Uleple, what two months of work in the

t C issary Division c s h e n esa ler -o wone b to theircustome- r on 11 d11rr IDE C rm.l.AeCSU.
t aend lotalrate y l e. ys Motor Co. in a seare the 30 per cent cut by Congresshas been baheking itas a bulwarks i chid of staff, went to government does to afeollow,"add-
in. t -t omen ant local a the alike. ind ad agsi*Wh adusrial tons llhavmade
Stimes there have been a shortage o sugar i the o- an t a on all military ainst le ovt ws ade e Psek, referring to the fat tht
s and when questioned, the manaemen wou e m necessary. U.S. economic stance to Yu.t t to te West As lwou object to Yugoslv e had material helped prepare
the local suppliers were not able to a uver the usual qutasee els ino hsdtwo b g oslavia has been about 498 mil.as Tito was not in a Mokcow--of 8ovet ii MeCoy' statement for congress.
te.lo mal suppliershwereablt duivnerlganilershad bentn n wo I dollars. Of this some nce, thi seemed like a good ,.., AmaloadorJaames Called behret the Celle Con.

aird l otod < Urme leftT I cannot see less than five years of From Giqgold, P rs ad Korrl _asaskedby
he traler w ney hd i ions have been for emergency vestment as-. t li
riieg a e d e e t aed The other 230 millions haveNorth Atlantic rety raniz V lai
S od-are on the move. They're equip- been for military support-avis.tin, last. year Tito sned a u. lone mnufaun tem- "Do you think It is proper for a
u4rciasalnhl tese vrmduoa for i e to their Pr 2We p, with refrigerators.ato -v ..... etio" gaas and such. tueal defeoeo act with Greece and Tte' a MI: bedctt the full-time oeinment emalovee too
I We,...a who are not Cort enoughstoN4 .pte a d- s.e*W tdedia supplies t The U.S. Export-Import Bank Turkey. in C bsealder asr
et. these pr posare-su y produced In Pa90ama vate buinecfeo teal deafto of
local Andustrialisl, i IF, the Qomtissary 1ivion can sel T tthe desperate nS for na tatment proposed to be present-
much, but. very WA, cheaper and must continue a StI'cttfresh *M pure water, the unon is ed to a congressional eommitteent'
StprogrEm, liveryore knows the answer, s6 lot rent big .trucks, andpalas. toi "I have made the statement
st go-lato that now, loadheme with thousands o ithreIIm or foupr-times (thratle din't
The P"Sama Canal Company negotiators, representatives of waterce Ier battles and rush tithn It improper) ad I sad on.
U. S. Gk lwegmnt. RXotec.ters -V.a .e Ip zas are 'n to linto the wooded districts. the statement I made," replied
off the pvileets ctard c mage Ltd tinfg babits)o T, gre is esoounO- Pasek.
~iSn" ty me ne- atement like that might be

assurance that, and Again I quote... "thone services or Cd by the ah oChve been out qOertA "P w
%unllable froan Panamanian supplies at a reasQunale price, contact since so many lines- are tdChairman C4ter. it
atfactory asurances ot continuity of wsru OW of gosod down. 6nce they are gathered, the'might affet the market quotation
t."' Wlthoxtbelng... "thoroughly aatwlal, that thoue v-. AFL and CIO councils will bein of stock. It might affect the' supp-
and those goods will be furnished, of mffituayty and of raising money to feedandcloue and. demand. It may have manw
ee by the P an lis. I A 1 ,y KraislAg Money to feed and clothe Lar-reachlag effets."
2; probablybto w late to ameno thns prItaf1 "A Treaty their people and mobilize them to "My examination of that rigbl
tion t butow e hoa that aom-W Vis.Tdeaty help re-penl badly damaged plants. now *oulm.og iwalte that ,hat
t-s.-a__ b- teP_ m __nl ojm __ Leo Perlis, director of the CIO's mightNhaw ..Iiaiii.. M

f rea&"Exacs c..,

our (the mutst verstdie exfW Camera)
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to say that he

paeafly, I felt that we had
Wilt cOuAvinelng io the Infortaa.
me1 had I' -eO r McCoy." blithe-
ly uxpluindd the ian nhoI wwas
hea to Uncle Sam at $13 a day.
."Mr. Pask."? Cher ehld the
wMte, "wie.always have that dif.
fieulty with WOC's when you speak
of loyalty. You naturally have a
yay to the entity that gives ou
your salary. You have a yalty to
the government that emplos you
as a WOC, and making -a deter-
mInation as to which loyalty you
shell follow sometimes mady be dif-
bIn this instance I think the loy-
alty to the Kimberly-Clark Corpor-
Otn was a little bit stronger in
yaur mind than the loyaltyto the
government.,' .

half-ton bell in the steeple of the
First Methodist Church- was cast
by au Reyere in1816. Itrang a
JfelksO ame Polk when the visit-
"ip don'. Aa t ~aItd Us tohe days
gily srithma'n fuarfat'and
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po~anu P John McBrj. 1f
Finley, Tena. can keep i cona
stant touch with the fir .
directing his acUvtiviel fe's
shown at Camp Carn Cole.,
demonstratlg a tiny r dio re-
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The award was made to Pa
Rysa, command. -ad br.-4
ground..- a ttpr, %y' Cek
John.- W. Ol-di'f; Hase capi-
mand The pe "ta w
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..aa received the award for
his c tant effort. uftphie
safety opditlo atAltbu dr-
ing the pat thee years.
Recommendation for the a-
ward came from. the copnltfee
when It was learned that Al-
brook had been cited by the Na-
tional Safety Council for the
third consecutive year with thb
annual Safety Council award of
honor. This base has now re-
ceived this recognition for theA
years 1952, 1953 mad 1954.
Rymn first came to Albrook in
1951 from a' option, with the
Panama,.Cla Company, where
he served as safety enmneettJor
six years.
In accepting the award, Ryan

like to

In a

ya, who d9 not .et ,bl
Whole life bs lae Involv In
ground safet pwork o.e of
0e .community:'lers in this
area. He Is alws ready to of-
fes his apsistanee in tne lm-
munity project, especially t
pertaining to te work of yout
oN He hla.' also been a
Iooter inu ea Unity fuad
es. He was ,hai n a the
Communty Cheat lRed

lmte. fe orl wIta a ol-
lets stoea dom-anay varieties,
as well makesapurchases of

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'Ml t realw It. but those rev iam Sickles is a nautical cop -
at th roTIng twenties are ir 40,000 motorboats,
.-at bruy now gr n prohi Sickles who sed to be a t g
sys 'l maost capamin on the Hudon River,
W&t _tp..XiRvenue Service re Is New York Stat'ps boat oe
that durig the 11 months tor, charged *W he Job of police
with y U11,41 stills were ing the thoUla o motorboa
i incIrease of 1,003 over that zoom around t *tate's Inland,
-9e ad a year earlier, lakes each summer
I t tlt 9,582 arrests were After more than M years g the
14p aatsIW 1,000 over the .ob, he still feals J'd be safer
period n 104. lugbosting a the riter thqp trying
A Itnal Revenue official Lo cross a busy Adirondack lake
e iqa.reasl to better en on a summer Sunday.
ne' t. There were 10,863 "Most folks navigating the Hud
ti on duty May 21, compared son know what they're doing," khe
dr .1,eS thei year before. says.
Rowvlve*r. the Distilled Spirits In When be started his Job, a moe
Ltute bhre contends that bootleg torboat was really zipping along at
j1 profitable once again and' 10 or 12 miles an hour. Now, teyj
usquently more of it goes on. go 40 aad there are m10 ine
.~o In s $10.50 federal tax on more of them.
4e J O0b Iof gallon of whiskey. However, Sickles' Ofl O a p ias
he/ btf.Un ended in 1933 tho about a dozen 8eeI ti ropea lol
rst ta= leid on alcohol was $2.20 year.
p IM proof gallon. These gire re.ort.l M 'n"'
Ssizres by federal agents. similar to.m- r lf l t
Wo ilh roee to 6,.1oo0 gallons of imaudlteAss
piaih 1i le 11 months ending My le "master as I lltM
3$tj. Wire 75 to 80 percent in the "poiater WaS ,,a aI "m I
a--atheaster states., the revitue a a 4 .Iuoa
f offiedi said, though big hauls have g' a< t6 hd: ahi'
*. n peq. in.a northern and mid p~a seet have
f I $ter$as ciues> v
89 Tera V to s pokesm ang aheiI
Nht b ing outside the sout the areag
a. s bs Io o a large scale. StU It.
f .to. 2000 gallons daily caLas eves, Might
iRt, he la, have been seized. e Apst collisions
S uge tills, he said. ecnt from naguti
$ O Io4W,000 A fAs r s, Sickles
h la5 I Revenue Service 91I ay ita how fast .
field, skid that the 11 month a i beat Ie gets eon
l tstl"was nh barsem
rlo 1ce prohibiltlph Amts
the sta of stinat s4 / ..
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;Ott Tl2 rRailroad's new
at passenger tains,
*MInDITOM -(UP)- P jsLe announced.
ow -hers in the nation's ue system eliminates water
ShI been getting a little too ucsupply and service for the eqon,
S. densers and takes less payload,
Alter each parade culprits pull space.
Ou oket o~ vesr slash off some The air conditioning equipment,
#f the qe used to hold back which will go into operation next!
ero 4. ad h ul it sway yW ftota m ompartment at gech
war s kte.tUI to e :,, overth el
set a BIGowM!S!!
P. g 'S rq ...pei to usad dirt.

S lS e have asked the,
avk Administration GBENFIELD, s. (UP) -
or W e feet Pf surplus oLawttea (B1wnie) MeQuaild 53.
smpe*a s used by the Air m claims o be the "bigeat Junk
to tow ReO l targets. Worked iatdeahs est of the IlssipsI
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bar. ALermnueag W Friday, epL.
2. (ro D.7 9p.p.. in the orLh
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The change ia due to the Carna-
vmai ,wblch wil'be held on Sat-
UMrlay, Set. .
It ha. sOen suggested that par-
enas a~ gradVates who wish to
reiiln fIbr dancing after the pro-
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$ eet-Sour
Vegetable Treat
t NEW O4 -(PK (UP) A sweet-
mr bacon dressing is a tasty ad-
ditiont o such fresh vegetables as
green limes spinach, broccoli or
carrots. Cook the vegetables until
tender. Then cut 3 pound bacon
in small squares and brown lightly
in the skillet. Add 1 tablespoon of
finel chopped onion and cook over
low heat until the onion is tender.
Add 1-3 cup vinegar 1-3 cup of
water, 1 tablespoon oI brown suga
and salt and pepper as desired.
-Simmpr the mixtu five minutes
and 0srve hot on the vegetables.

Mr. snd Mrs. Howard W. Erickson of .14 TIvoll Avoepue,
Panama City announce the engagement of their daughter,
LoiAnns to W.W a. WHerzog, Jr.,son of the Rev, sand
Mrs. William A. Henog o Gary, Indiana.
A weddingis planned for next summer._
UM.sI + riekson has, spent her last"
two'college vacations in Tanama ant Trade Commissioner for Can-
with her parents. She wift return sad, who resides in Guatemala,
shortly to Greenville, S. C., to'en- arrivig n 'PanaBa on Sunda'y.
teka e~tor year at Bob Jones Uni- He wrA stay at 1 Panama 'HotelW
versty and will be leaving on Sept. 4.
Mr. Herzog Is a graduate of Uruguayan Milnister
Wheaton College. Wheaton, I' 1., Gives Reception
and .has also done graduate work Marking the Independece anni-
at Northwestern Universty in versary of Uruguay, a reception
Wlifat6, Ili. He is eqM ed as was given at the legation at
pro at direcm- at rado station noontime yesterday by the U r i-
X0 in Panama. guayan Minister, Dr. Felix Poll*-
Caina Trad .Official -
8M atr ] 1 Misp- Vo Krase
J. R, MMegatqr, theApit- MaateIS.8talL ,

.rique Ann, to Mr. otat rara'll
OVER LOOMI The wedding took place last Sat-
urday in St. Panl's church, River-
w Tm aide, Conn.
SBot Mr; and Mrs. Stephets
B.,; L *have been making their homes in
Washington, Di C., where they ex-
a pent to continue to reside.
S|Mr. Sepe has made several
o visits to the Isthmus to visit her
rather, who lives at Tivoli Guest

e111intere wil lS
Guest of Honor
At Birthday Party
Mr.R D Quintero will be the
SH guest of honor tonight at a birth-
day party.planned by friends. The
gathering for the Panama Canal
t' a o td rs engineer will take place in Pan-
ma City.
Dancing Tomorrow
At Army-Navy Club
The Skylarks will provide mnsic
for dancing tomorrow evening at
thd Army-Navy Club, Ft. Amador.
I The dance starts at 8:30 and will
continue untif 12:30.
Mrs. McDermno
lave For O i
S Mrs. Winnif' -cDe rm of
the Atlantie -o se
yesterday mornmtg for 1
V Ohio. Due to theM W U.
Sof her departure.'she iwa unable
toget in touch with friends before
Mrs. Baratheuse
Rai Returned
Mrs. Brenda Barnthouse has re-
titrned with her young daughter
Brendita after two months spent
in California a vacation with
I -* LAND, ealey's Buffet Dinner
Postponed Until Sept. 1
Due to the death of a friend.,
Mr. and Mrs. James Edward
Healdy, Jr., have postponed the
buffet dinner they were giving to-
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,71LI AVE No. 4

HOUSE OF A(tjNWAE-It looks like the folks at Round Hill
i mansion in Sou Dartmouth, Mass., have gone TV crazy. But
actually, these aren't TV antennae at all. They're being used by
the Massachusett Institute of Technology to develop long-range,
point-te.point radio' communication. The giant "corner array"
antenna is beamed-at Cedar Rapids, Towa, 1100 miles awey. The
dJsh.antetnae are for UHI transmission of voice signals. These
new broadcast mniethods are being developed to supplement-pres-
eatl. overcrowded conventional tranamisdon bands.

August 27, 1955 9:00 to 1:00 a.m.
Bingo. Every Sunday 5:30 8:30


^ olIp a1tomatIe WASjING MACINE used aS
a demonstrator ...... ........ ..... ..........
Whirlpool Gas DRYR-Nevewbeen used but sUghtly
rShpoo1 "War by- *Ii WASHING MACHINE.' -
Brand new ..... ............ ........ ********** **
RIOIG RAIOR 7.1 c.f. wiibhCros Top Peeer and
Push ltten automate e Defroster, very 4hlny used
Leonard REFRIGERATOR, 4 ed. Bra-; ......
Leonard AIR CONDITIONER 3/4, 1115 V rand new
Small WASHING MACHINE, Ibs. .............
25 eyie WASHING MACHINE. BRnmd, ew ......a..

I lerner KEROBWNE STOVE .-19 Sightly shop

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Soceley Will *W*
Meet onaght
The aewzy formed Canal Zone
Gem an Mdineral Society w iII You visit friends In the coun-.
meet tonight. try on a Sunday afternoon and -
they load your car with fresh
On Aug. 5, t h i s organization vegetables, country butter an('
joined the ever growing group of meat from their freezer. That's
Isthmian science socieues. Inirly, a real treat for ydu. the cit."
active Uem and mineral collectors& dweller. But you should be sure
and cutters met i me U i a ia to repay such generosity 1v
Clubhouse and elected Burion E. sending something from the city
Davis at Margarina as presiamenL, or taking It on your next visit-- r .
L. H: Stroup of Ancon as vice something that' will be as much I
president, ars. ary z.. Woriey of a treat to your country-dwell-
as secretary-treasurer, with Wal- inp friends. '
tar i. Linuiay, U. ax. VIurey, A. Too often the generosity of
J. Landeretn, and Bruce M M101- country people is taken for
row as ooarid members. granted by city people. .-
Meetings will be held on the
fourth Btday uot ekcn munn atB
the Diablo Liubhouse. Pians are
aueauy underway tuwaru procur-
ing a permanent cluonb use where- i
in ,C~i anu poisning macatne-
ry may e rinstaited an 'a sotiety
winer'a cuecuon asseiuitt..
programs wi be so arrarsed to
sausij onui amaLeur anu louies-
sionai auie, inqirsperseu wuin ex-
nauaw, baLuw, niavuuburauuni, lec-
tures anu uela traps.
Tonight's meeting is at 7:30 and ,
the organizers fave invilte any-
one mntaesaeu n We scuuj1t to .a-

Balboa Woman's Club
sloaru A tes yv'un.buay
The Balboa Woman's Club will
hold a board m e e ng n't
Wednesday, at 9:00 a.m. ac the
home of Mirs. Vada Pence, Pres-
ident on Heights Road, Balboa.
Bereaes Meet
The Berean Bible Class will hold
their regular Friday meeting at
quarters 770 C Barneby St. B a I-
boa, tonight ,

Scout News

0.00 Members
5.00 Margarit
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a Girl S(c
.00 1 Sept. 1, f
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 3 9 p.m. in the patio

DON A COSTUME! A funny one!- A pretty one!
JOIN the FUN of this Gay "Encore of Carnival!"

* MARCELA, Queen of Fantasy, and her COURT IN COSTUME!
Admission: $1. person Make your RESERVATION NOW with Max.

Competition of
S(Ornmps of couples .01
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S. rying ou a theme).

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*tL-LUB 4:30-Friday and Saturday-Midnight to 4:30 a.m.
tly_ C4C and his popular Trio El Arranque-(Nightoap-on the house at 4:30).

* jtDAY BRUNCH DANCE-*41 10 a.m. to 3:30 pm.
- .un for all the family-4denleiu menmu, complimentlay sooktail all for 2.J5.

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rita Girl Scouts are ask-
lster for membership in
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from 9 to 11 a.m. in the
a Scout House.
Is between the ages of 7
ho want to join the Girl
should register at this
his Includes girls who
ver been a member as
reregistering girls. Girls
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leadership course for
ut Leaders begins Mon-
9 ,a.m. at the T"ort Clay-
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FOR SALE: HouseboM fmi-
hMr. Dinringw seem, h ta* st,
rugs. metal poech t. radio, in.
uftuement imhu. lo dres-
or. motefs, ate. 1951 Todow S-
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Phone 2-2139.

WANTED TO iY.:-Ii .22 1892 Phone. Still
.JIM rDe A e-.N .,4am", "i Use In Boston ,
S1 B~OSTON -(UPI- Back Ip 1892
SA h j 16 ears after Alexander -
Speed Of A Coughiu Graham BetI Invented the tele-
"W anb hlp YOU with as I BLaJ ph6ne one block away, a telephone
ow OHaS DOefl n ,lOCked wa installed in the city clerk's
offl e at City Hall.
MA TOR I OCHESTE, N.Y. -(UP)- A newpapr account of the
oDm dO 11 =8uma c2se h--illr- whatever the "Ths telepo is an outstandin
Irl Al. -M Ii tformation may be worth, attraction far City Hal visitors ana
. .Dr. Benjamin B. Ross, a phystl enfgloyes who stad long periods
l giso t at the lUntrrsity of Roehes- of time studying Mr. Bell's inven.
ter, r alimanuced htat a tion. It is expected the telephoneI
twPuRW mR. S .A. team of scientists had will be used for many years to!
koe Smpps- Movm docked the air ped of the cough. ,oe."
Phkes 2-34I -2563 i.. ng survived 21 mayoralty
Se said that at the very administrations, this old-fashtned
booe ina a ough lis a suersonte wall telephone is still doing busi-
pMis bin SCHOOL baosep in t he couriers wtid. ne at the same old stand. City
sjem dol pipea. By the time the air has officials have steadfastly rejected
It 30279 roared up to his Adam's apple. it telephone company offers to re-
bw haslowe to a owee hurricae pl O ft with a moded. instrument.
force n miles per hour. The It's estimated that more than
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W ain a mt w u s Mthe inutMW i.- e4,000,000 calls have bten made lev in IsadaeIU -. to o A r
a soft summer b.resee at 15 Miles over the telephone during the past 8124. ______8" _l_ M 1Mle p and .i. 3 i
"l perr ho. I63 years. City workers rfer to the FOR SALI-' Po i . ositietS Ae W -117. A -I., '
BJi6I f1 Dr. Boss that thele~ .eaectionately as "Ol 3d 4' ,ain deluxe convertible, com-. Ki d les, .ei. FOR RINT:-. lfflsIiecy aipp
S UrInncoughin takes aboutCts extension number. aple ly equipped. Top, tires., I 41 iedrea I
uiVS Rsgn n -secoa-d. In order to Cl Wlr Yl hs leather upholstery in excellent 5 Phone L'
--, DAilfalAik i pa f eth human I"ni-dea o freplacig the antique condition. ihe 82-B141 be bmmii l ill-/ "" ,E..,
gmli cRio i lock. tosef xryaes"Why," he said,"It'sst lsa 4-4s76. Ib g I EmtIi..fe ha. .. MI
"lols biesignalion n fry ..c.aer tas gow., hesn "w sti__s ... .... ......... lagin ig ......' .- ,_
NOS AIRES, Aug. 26 (UP flow meters.and slow mt go d - 'ew." l t ,.,.,, ID 2 e
eilg Minister moe eRe- cameras.. i PENNWt FOR SALE e.
ey start; al l the trouble, r. Rosepined m Lr.FOR.SALE ,_0 .it.
HALLOW3LLMe. -that -hl Estt M Ue.BS l--U) UA
to-be t e me._ as nh Jus t s at restLu r_ antof'. ] Real Estate Wit 0 l5i son e-..".- .i

'it we loby ral Plb. Pamaena.*I iven an electtlale.l'tn o
Ss .- d- .l A l years ago. phoe 210857. ______course at the Un ivpiaty of its se M .. A,,.
Promptly selected Me- rl ---- -------------- burgh next faU. a a. I.t_______
CandIannounc tl e m emo f ... .. o .-aUp to now. ser.omechabls. and MOR-R ET:- Ape.m.t i th i
..........oced w i e sw or .---n- I! R t a---- sems t.. t, B- or wtimw furniture: A wobled.l th% !
scsro t STADNGS Baseball Betting Ring _...auI s .w
I M sister Conra mao ,R USaoaeate0 down Ty studaats who salvaged WS W i

S.et could not *b confirm ta Iab 1 te girla Intramurall MIONTREAL Aug. 26 (UP) ne d estimated the take as w talie and ta. llll
volleyball leu. It was the aIer.iLonal rIp. league president high a day. In Tor- mas Os, land as
aith ~nSralgbt setback for the rnk hau.g1hneasy said today onto, he hi. the Telegram eI i -altMe ll, n
Fear other c a b i n et office is. .Isabs. The score 1-., 15l. there would be a thorough in- reported a gambling ringl IaD- tory equ t in Pitt's new million
N- tnotaM, Interior Minister An. The seven graders will open v gtio Into clhares hat aited from the seats beMrd n li g- alag td
SOol and a aIimber of their Toybal league on Thun- itreal and Toronto were base at the Maple Leaf Ume ulIed to be in use-r the fal kem-
S.l~oeo-.t titarl were day four team.a namely, links ti a big baseball gamblinrg The paper added that tba be es.. I
in the first phas. of the 3Ble Ja, Ia strella AlL, Dal- r ranged from $1000 to $500 o electrical eaieerlast uqdeat2
s a rgaisao i na the Red Bears. A total Shaughesay was comment- Individual games. wil use the qu to get prae*
the la e is. of 44 players has been reglatered. t on ne7aer reports from al inatrael automation.o .-
it hl r ion evit -- Toronto and hfrlo that snch Assistant Potce Director nThe al itoe already have
SL !t .rite.rtieoar; .... iAI- n r!tTe was nin oeratwon main- Pacpue Pniqnte m said. there eavd goeod xMeria to tothel
i been almost continuous BTAjNDMG Ibe as a result of tight races to was no beLha. oambUlin out niacmae. /
sice oyal t.o-o,_ .t lgh AmrtcanB and Interne. let in Montreal. ihM added ....tl t m..
aJ .iw Junoe roW d, W a Lost 1iion L..mal. i aanyb maor gamb aZiuD stlp Wh..en the stTt ball gamd..si werei
S.*B have been no major-Paratso ............... 1 1 **I haven't heard a thing to could not peprte WO38 be. l'waghti n leintg seized ins
of vi h c in m erl dela oe .s............. 1 indicate thee' anv truth to dtfre E i raid, e elective eng
a.I esed it ad rIn." t Rla t eCity ......... 1 A I t i uhauhnesas y said, B compile no wi a .aor am- nI ogvedLwhwatl., d.. ,ete e a
ofL"4m ela rh sb ne t eda o t : :dt
U.._a Lr.lo o.i Crui ............ bu I wil sai b ball corn- bl j interests be .n uetd ght long thatthe I
Slt1sr"e" iiatn s -- mlloner Ford Prick to investi- ed to move out of tte Metro- machines were chalker type.
In the Jr. High school Inter- t the "matter." He added that polis. he added. High g circints had bee
._la!l AS_'oMr school soccer league, all tour basba In Ieneral and the Ih- Jack Kent Cooke. president of tapd off. lihe player could stack
e ofbtwo sinc els fioA team fr tied.t place- ternatonal LeSgne. in partlcu- the Toronto Maple eafa. said it up only a sll score, ally
a.7otof two sabutas e atteru tsd '. lar. would not tolerate'. ram- was the club's responslbllt' to just enough to make him wsat to -
hichl ca.Ive eious drm- i. a ... l Wnafles i ,and lt. sport had always see that there was no gambling put another nickel in.
i a a Mcoote. Pineapple Womes moved ulok"lv to rfamv out any In the park and uro ised ap in. ,
..e offcia.ea e ---- toro,'nid bet.tnrt activity. vesti raUon into the car Bob .--r .Lal i
IsJ r resigiatlon w ltel. Ig twions on the waffle theme seem airl today that baseball betting the Bisons made a similar ate-
VI .star S do d e l r' a nes oner let had developed into a big l- ment in Buffalo. t i

anortests here sItab C almonds to the batter. Bake andn' WO g a along butha
tIn thes Jr .Highscho lnter-state WITH ALL THE FURY OF THE LAST SIOUX... pw the tamed Redmian says
0 -' c NOW AT THE 'LUX"c. sf.de re guaeemberp awo~lr
__ Arthur Gaidelkma, t member ofJacoKntsooe.

CAD wOF THANKS |M IM OT nlKC "CHIEF CRAZY HORSE" w eeead eMa mwheaaaaA sn
S0I"uata rt alu I lll oaiie Iptl tmo are true. s tdia oma n-sizu drum ea l
wish to euprI. essr i ameou tdd the no.se that the tihitte a Horace Heloi lm nwhosga
Pnla p k f s moa IinB oy Iio Inuter onducted fierce I-___ .,-=a..- =- -
Ird tfor their lhimn I," s o tI em white, men, that be trode
an theightfulie- m y Jani C. Mane s. Pla f vs.. Do hai off ciIt as a rejected lower ;a I ..a

Mijrgj MC)e1Ott' To the ovw-named defmesagnt ihus at .s.y Fort Sill.._
sid.. ,-atI enl le re' w ostPad 1 i e. T -truth as, said Guidelkam,
a a mfr n e .aksiat nMO se f--.myOr spent any time
Vie tadaioe ae Inn pntg.-J.- Ifvote I e at Fort S .ill. X
In esde t r aor lu ieU-'m am.'mr .u was in Pensayola
.. aal. monWst wem Wt te iakea.n : t the time be was su -db:

SALE e wwW T*LH U O HE S IXwfhi ans
-;W .. i p ...iiI u cans becam, ey ,

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too. $1750..84-.20.

FOR SAL:--194T Comeste u
daretto mn l .1, ,I.
$220 down. two$d5 pwmgah,
one $56 f!)Y6.'Su* .
1524-H e :m ima-
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FOR AU& i-Clai 1 All-d,
son Hi~te hardtop. to-Mae,
ha *9s v wOlit w -em
for qoukk ale $1195. MPbMn
lBawt 4394.

FOR ULl i1954 'Wa
dillW 4*ir m ,-4t 9
poWM IOudaHekbr Lnod Crmser
4.-da,. .i- *"a y 9.7 d,2
75 Argen Av., Ca ri|m
Apt. ,t4. _aP. ane **S752.

FOR SALl--I954 Dodg Sit-
tio-Wl-B."Wyl-dl* 1953
hardtop Cdllc. duty paid. *i-
boa 2-831. .
FOR SALE: 1942 Chevrole
$200. Very Pood condition. Own-
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FOR SAL$S-41a* Cev If-
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mood esi 50; WapMdek
$4; bid eole $!O1 $l. 2.
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do. sqmmt *supplies. Treplgi
fl ie lagilm, .Ama J
po y, 49 Via .
1-511.. + ;'"

FOR IAL.: Fl, eailam.
plants ee. ocUeila, 2-place
Iselsl sofa and arm chair..
i Phae$oU 67.

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mmo wi rsbb elgl, bil .a
paltr-dials *roomr, khite,
bedmoom ied, $4. .A-fime.-
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to "keep him hesto." For one
thin your correction may be an
expensive *e'ture; and for an
bSag Tjp. S other the enemy may be more
it's thre Sthrs y thing your crrectia may' to an
sta' by expensive venture; and, for an-d
who met kemstbr i 111M"IDW S "' other, the enemy May ie more
confused than your side is about
-- the peculiar bid. Today's had I -
lustrates the principle.
North's. bid o. one spade was
slightly peculiar, but not really
: "+ any our-ceard heldiu biddable,
.l even four cards headed by the
l &five spots Assa matter of fact,
it's hard to choose a sensible re-
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to raise'hearts wth y three
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Chko Archdiocese Nixes High Dive

By Fench Priest t* Lake Michigan
CAu. ( A plan to make a il&tespt i'e into church no 'ill feeling" and
Freua t .. prt. Wp rea, Lake Michigan to, t es money fut wasn't discouraged.
lo Ae l o a a ot prish, He said he'll try to put on his
a a g, s te But the Rev. Robert Simon, 4C, high-diving act somewter, else,
cicgo a iqsel of aaone Frtace,. said he bore the paOssbly Detroit Minneapolis 0o.
T -t R .R-,- ,. o, ,- I Montreal.
MonFtr Simoni hai made 35 A
dives in France, Belgmm Swit-
zerland and Moroso smnae 147 to
raise mane.
He said he was sable to rebuild
his war-torn church, erect a dis
pensary and bring nursing states
to hIs village.

ON HI WAY-A new child star is being launched in the movies
On the bap t Tim Hqvey's work in the new film, "The Private
War of Maj (enqon," he is hailed as another scene stealer in the
tradition of the great chd actors in the prewar period.

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Sauce with Meat is really a with
qpagbeti but also it's 'delkiou on
Sfried eggs, wih me,'
and even wish rice wv
make our delicious yells :CWs h a
little imagindmon you can find may ways
of ming this ,ich prepare suem ftS r a
soday and keip it always :o

Spageti Sauce with Musro
makes a dish o delight the Da I-
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SNpw, Father Simon said, he
wants to provide housing for Mel
o and he borrowed $1,000
fro his rishonera to come to
America. He said he was wor IM
about how he will pay back the
money. 4
Father Simon said he came to
Chicago because he heard thene
was a lot of water" around the
Windy City and contacted a show
promoter. The promoter sugget-
ed he get pernmlsion from the Ca-
tholic chancery, he said, and he
was turned down without any rea-
sons being given.
At the chancery, a monsignor
who handled the affair was said
to be unavailable for comment.
Father Simon emphasized he
had no quarrel with the church.
"Never have I been refused, but
never have I asked permission be-
fore," he explained.
A stocky, athletic man, the
priest said he has been swimming
and diving since he was four years
old and conceived the high dive
act when he scheduled fund-
raising carnival at his church and
it rained all day.
He said he hit on his face on
his first effort and blaekend both
eyes, but grew more proficient.
"It Is alwayss very pOpUlar," he
said. "It makes a big hit, One
hundred thousand people came to
see me in Paris and they gave me
a million francs. They had to dig
the Seine deeper In that spot far
my dive."

at Minneapolise ,|
"I am not a professional and I
nevr.. go Jp training," Fatsr
Simnon'said. "t is true I am an
itiftMe. but iXat i eD I am
a priest who is interested in furth-
erng the well-being of the Iess
well-off members of my pariah."


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RER iLEY, Calif. --(UP).4 A
-- -*- new synthetic sulphur matttrd
V ap, mod meetings and Preferential l in the fght against *1t. LOUIS. Mo. (UP
'S- M Ph1uteaep 1 uO tu o rae. of. Eileecancers, it was revealed here. -- "Choose them cool. dark M
Er rasAd.ams and Vk Liar C o thel The new mustard compound alndpome" is the formula for ad
ryh the 156-57 ,-tar were appointed. chemintry professor. St. Louis manufacturer e
Canal o n e lpa Chapter. Connie Thompson *ilH assrumvgi- The n ew compound came oat of Wialiqter oesi)ed for the ye
d,tdn S ema Phi was e bed 'uedav emb the duties of vice-presiden Thoandno ed In tcreatmt ofiels. sho buth still ar school e fth
atShe CuruEu Chapte r Peggy ie Hcreo formsund that the neas leukenttic wand g smmer weather-on fa r and
ontac and Hopital A e ulphur mustard action agalat are the top fashon.New
pwri.prD.aent ng.;Dr. David.M..reenber, r- u ame the rule. .

an for the fall r u h i the 1956-57' Yar were appointed. !chemistryaeled that or. f n e t. fibes manurs- turers ape-
'rties were d social: elen Heidin ger. Virgim The new ncompount came out ofis rayo n clothes fora the yoxtured y
n wi iProgram PoWillelt and Edith lbnle and was rogrchemicaGreenberg more.stable. os- prthaise the same perform-
T Thompson. ance as cotton.
.d the pnductieggyn to d ert pen wibc look liketo fall b to
Nail. mice paralleled that of n.itP)t-mimessy feenrs-raynd o grays
iie i P mustard b'ut-was not a.poimoSloy d at on worsted, and textuired ny-
l- S ries: .DolyZores ancme eand was chenemic y more.stable. ions- promise the same perform-
s.h e u cra ,Thompson.k: May Eleen Wi l- dance as cotton.-e
of- ,,, T =.-W= Ways and Means: Shirley Bar-
uSmi ca, Betty Boyer, Isabel B o I to ni Ar IJEo LATEdColor choices range from -beigelI
p le' Hld it and Peggy Wertz.he close of the us o bown, pink to red, blue tohat teen
PA D CNEw R[TAXN, Conns.--(uP--lethe Wss geen and oxford gtabs I
...wllowow nes meeting, Malener Borgis dell ble mperby co-hsturessewas H ele egngtoegng a avo s are faettvorioat. with
f t Mrvelou t on vered an excellent speech cI er- when four flre companies raced. rc t the Los style
thet Y u e aCharities: Doores Jcoe re d he be y an the scene of an automobile ente say threecoat withe

Se r lScrdy apt helpook: Ma of poetry in our daily liven. di- g Aawersab matching u im skirt, softly taloredath-
Chal.. son. cug. fe- when the r aSw'-at.sik 1ette; the overbloau'withA

i s wlo yger m laden phlegI Members present at the imet- r. and Mrs. Ed.lumbyp of with hie dolman sleeve and art
a snow nw. nose tembrait esF ing were: Shirley Baraof Idalbel C)irundu. enterthd thir parent straighter -silhouett hat t
Smin eal medwaw sloly t be Bolton. Elener Borgis, Betty Boy- their 30th wedding aaniveHlnary te the eloat.
-var W million s- have er, Virginia Cupallo, Helen H e i- a Jovel .pty Sportswpatr trii.. reflectn the
t -fuehd. Ask your druggist fora danger, Dolores Jacome. Ann Mal-t ver 65 an d D re came to cga- asu* tired, .arle tin ed andi
te w qttle oting, phleisai money Peggy Wertin Mary Eileen t&ate the couple op this meor moaoting tweeds, clan plaid wools
uptln. i rmpeasinue BUm.l*e m Wilson and Pauline Zon. td. day. corduroys.n jerseys ian flannels.
sW s mmw sa lI. ane r ig Refreshments were served from ,1.- An Seanp da shorts and pedal-.
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cufrvs up, up... giving mu pFmpt ti m A .1.
a young. anod nuraiy beautiful Silhouette I 'Wf the
bra for glamorous, barenlodwered
fashions.., and I feel hkia,dream when I wear
it I In white *Qo4deradroodclotkh.

Moldenform bhen.In na Aine hi TherAIs Moldenforwf v.
for evy type of figure. Genli e MqU f otm1 o .
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ithi&iikn tha. ro P.-?
he second woman salt "I WkiIve W T
never done aything like tiut be. '-

good enough so that he handl
.the Job successfully, learned a lot he|

Job and_.eeing It through. Ii iI
The first woman could mu- n..-i
doubtedly have done as welI-if iII
she hadn't been afraid to try. i iIi
Bu she limited herself by not be-
inl willing to tackle something she
had never done before
These two women are the same
age. but one is always going to
seem younger, more alive and
more alert than the other-and he
is going to have a much more
interesting and worth-while life.
Bet On aour lBest
It is going to be that way be- iI1
cause one woman accept the new
and untried as a challenge and is
pretty sure.th t h e bat wtl la hBer be nACU OL wD ussW i
The other is so afraid of failure s fa It M
that anyth new and different' .
and cha" g frightens her and y GAYN91
she isn't wllg to bet that her NEA A ed a- M
best will be good enough. -- e -
Remember theM e two women 1
Remem r thee two w omen On the rolling green campus of cup vinegar 1% cups salad oil
mnet time you are faced with a Williams Como in WiUiamstownpieferably loUve oiL
difficult Job. Chances are YoU are Massachusetts stands the sprawling
ma capable of doing thejob and white Williams Inn. Clifford aIng- Place garlic cloves in bowl ; add
doing tou aswell thet person tam the chef is largely resp salt .r mustard and t. P
f you are willing tobt that sble for its lure to townsfolk and in v aer and oil and mix. thor
And if you aren't-ow then ~ tired travelers. oufghly. n flavor of this dressing
will be settla limits on yourown But Clif.l tell you that back i s mi ny if allowed to stand at
wt deve ma 'of his success Is hi% patrician Iroom t peat*ture e for 2 or 4 hours.
,rowth a vlop looking wife. Helen Ingham bern gravy limer sherbet panbrOwned
,________ ,in Wilhiamatown mother. of' two potatoes fresh peas cornondob
...'... boys and a girl is her husband's assorted rolls butter or margarine
unofficial taster. He never puts a gardea ngreqs and tomato with
new dish on the menu until hisi R 're the p i
buy wife has tasted it -several Rquefrt dresing cherry pie
times and given her okay. Vermoet cheese' coffee tea milk.
Two of Cliff's recipes his wife
prpises are his Roquefort cheese '
dressing and garlic dressing. Southern Accent

Roquefort Dressing
about 1 pint MINNEAPOLIS (UP) Typ.
ically -.autlen "foods are increas-
1 Three ounces blue cheese 3 Ically Uthetar if loods are incres
tablespoons coffee cream 3 table 119 pYpilar i all parts o the
spoons vinegar 1na cups country. And the frozen food in-
mayonnaise. dustry can take- the credit, says
Break cheese in small pieces In el t.t ekeray. consumer serv-
bowl with rea and vinegar ic p st -with the General
Cream well with fork. Stir In Foods Wa'. She said in ike last
mayonnaise. Foods r. She sAid in the last
few years, consumption of .s ch
Garlic Dressing vegetables as kale, black-eyed
1 pint) peas. okra and collard greens has
Six cloves gprli 11/ tablespoons l esldrS from 2,000,000 to %000,.
salt 1 tablespoon dry mustard 3 AO0,pa*i;..

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they were to hav 9 given-Friday, August 26, -at
the Union Club- has been.- postponed until Thurse.
day,. September 1, at the same time and plaea,.
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Rullook and A. Lamber plan-

DENBE., AaU. (UP) -Pres.-with AlA, Palmer .Hoy- t

gain InR. day at hdmi with ho metdhr.
The PsidenMt tmself remained Another eOal&r d the Pb idet
ancmmittaL But h. Arthur- V. today was his OM- We.P
Watins (Rth. ft a con- cialt and comrade ams..
that "I ehin f ki1CotlV. 0- hib N.._.

first dIA7-' xrtA. i' hw dCTSesP^
situation id ad e0 the Ameri-
can Ber Amt tin Philadelphia. L.l
Mrs. Esenhovwcame to Denver !l-ilimJI
with him Wedtepldy nigta .TI UTH
The hif executive aoithorihed _.i _
federal program of loans and tax Aw % 6
benefits to hel 3*buud damaged i? "." '- -.^S ..T
ot destroyed defense pho to.finI N I eeln !
Mooi ravaged uease.othe East. _i _
Colluan.d.ado GOMNation-

IT 11,Slid ,Rlter msaL Ear the Presient's fieet calloer.tda,
.iI The pbilNl i In- said they urgd him to seek re-
: 4 e _"m y. Election in 1 but got no indica-
.tion of hi plans.
i ad further eaoomie ra expect however, Chenoweth said, "I
D.- WhI the President ade hib k he was very much interest-.
.SVROW, When-th- r..r-.dmadef.t.ad-sl.,,t
57W. anu ar gol thatevenSeculat ieon over the President's
I m t. r "wgave l4 t :?; wav th- Mot -intentions was re kindled
aI Mwad o r f a une hk Mt talhayeWre dnesda y when he respoade to
indiviual n~a roa"ir-g welcome in P alitdelphla
erfts -A T h - bureau' cut B . with ali of his old campaign ges-
'The tlpatu iouso, -- '.. tures and enthusiasm.

Sof a balanced budget t h the e Prela enaa th l ri e
1.s .ner T C. a 19a. e o t ",- t1 old h a ide. .wore alotd
r -M m I I ,e wi would juetiny lo wer tax cadite a. d e rode ul thing rough the

Cares. said and had "ance atesin put the
So The B t Bureau saidI the rela donu ton sbetw een t prespond-
WASHINGTON Aug. (UP)- reae d tax ct or stli il bin to the Congheers nd occasonalpr
A md e boom. thtinshowers of confe e ttah Republican with hs m-
D ... .-fir rin outstretched a&ris and

rtemthk it can balance the an crease of 1,00,, in the ent pendg omb naton o as allng tat te Pres
buet year. a e Pre dent's--pd~bde t sight within m e the President's nd ership
Iee r,, It said?_'.. '...lurterI-'"I told hmhe had done a lot
For Another, Tax Cut. In 1956 ream would Justify lower tax of wonderful thing ," Watkins
S rte Humphrey said it must remain hand had inion he ain put the
mprey ade the The Budgt B bureau saidetdd rl t the fellb teen he is aiden-
WAsmNGTON, Aug.-N (UP)- 0,000M00 nroa e In federal tax deficit for fiscal 1,56_willb __,ey .andCongres" on its proper
trnew eeretaryn disclosing ing could be asresducedt ofut 3 .lowe n five fiscal ve educated yeaman who is work
emphred smd yeshowin tdmnicent or f tam.x coll mre ths roffse be brought h ean ar cent of govern The Utah Republican said he
iatlon thinks it can bal onance a like amount, or both n the me toprunnet has felt hall along t hi thie Presi-
budget this fsei b year0 amn he P resdt'his January sp ativ .... dent will run again and be re-e-
hl out aw of another tz mates. Thce administration emphasized le- Thed. Nothing In the conferred atnce
du in 1956 Humphrey said-a balanced economic acity m ust remain changed his opinion, he said.
S umphrey made the statement budgett acouldbe achieved I Spend-hi andte in ternational itua- o t the feel hing the he isaw.
ST reaury e in dlo ng cold be reduced about unc if t bu t If tove Mrs. Jon S. d oud,man who Winthwork

tehnw o ter es n sl seingf / *f Aldrichy Ud S ambassador a
revis:ed s.mata showing the on-cenor if tax colltl o .brought n alfe as, hre at the job and I don't
tliated dfic orTe1met a like amount, or both. We stemed fti of a cutsioer....
erodndn next June 30 has optimiatic this could be achieved, s__ .._much politics,_W told re-
rIeasonably conservative." "The President later conferred at
the home of his mother In low,
U a sincethel.,C 'ed rf W'Aldrich, U. S. ambassador to

a I rt at Lowry Air Pns'e
Pr1eSp % 3Wu wey a iBrioa ute tsMe al. fla B a, lrnse, tile summer White House
'eid.aS t- x M b I .' I headquarters. He afterward took
be me1t ed Serd rdWta off lor round of o. on the
0.aS iwBSiaei was a o Mrbedget m ge f Fitzsimnqu Armt hospeal course

SCogress itanuary wue
"we'll be able to e farther
itha we do new:"
He said taxes are "too high,"
however, and should be shashed
as amoon as possible. But then re-
peating earlier warnings, he said
taxes should not be cut until the
deficit problem is overcome. Ile
said the government should not
borrow funds to make up tax lowt
Tarinag to gto Mi ltB .dol-
lar national debt, yhe Treasury
chief qaw no ebanee it can be re-
dueed until that "bhapp day"
when "there is a different situa-
tion in th world and different re
quirements for our defense "
In its revised estimates, the
Budget Bureau forecast spending
during the current fiscal year at
m,,000,000 and revenues atI
aphrey said the revenue es-
timates were based on expecta-
tlions that personal iceme will
reach a record-smashing 30 bil-
I lion.dollars this year and that coar
-*'" -rfittn will climb to a new
peak of $40000,000 before tax.
Asked if the adminUitration's
I= I fll Jdill earmwen

aw i o0-m uon o anr f gwy
ad rwOef woumd MEr -
rts to bamee the "butiet
[umphrey said, theirr e is om
soney In various places for emer-
nsltes." But he said Congres
tay have. to replace the money
Predicted $1,400.000,000 tn-
e in federal spendih wn a
tugted mainly to a boost in
aral-re gapport costs. The
himfurarea id savings haid
sen made ia other key program
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In these modern times no girl or
woman should have to be told
how important douching often
is to marital happiness and to
health, and womanly charm.
But, every mother should in.
struct her daughter on what to
use in the douche.
Tell her about ZONITZ-
about how no other liquid anti-
septic-germicide tested for the
douche is So POWERFUL yet
So SAFE to tissues as modern
Zonite. Scientists have proved
this beyond a doubt.
War .Agalint Weak
rtagprs'm Produict
Caudpm her, toe, against the use
of home-made solutions that do
not and can not give the great
germicidal and deodorizing .c-
tion of Zonite. Warn her against
the use of overstrong, dangerous
products. Qiscoveted by a famous

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evgry gei on eorftact, andceeppa
theL front" multiplying. Yet de-
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directed as often as necessary
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j. r a to.kon the romrarae of engineering at the city's terminal frank Peppard, the elephant's eye apnd then some as Janet Morgan and her
est idt his railroad, inittiMew y' club numbrabick and oblrueer, other roveby tamding In their field near Columbia,
.':--4 W"" .p. .. .ot w.:,aW, are good for a bumper crop.


rM USANDS of giant turtles put on one of nature's greatest spectacles on/the
A shore of the Orinoco river, 200 miles south of Caracas, Venezuela. These turtles
come to lay their eggs-60 to 120 each-i n,the snow-white sands. 'Their migration *'
takes place only during the spring months., They appear on" the banks around mid-,
night to begin their egg-laying, which continues until the first rays of the morning
sun strike the beach. Then the turtles begin their return to the Orinoco river. This
is the time when hunters rush out on the beach and catch the turtles by hand. The .

turtles are turned on their backs, making them helpless. The catch is then shipped
down the river to Ciudad Bolivar to become one of world's ftiest turtle soups. The
government sees that hunters don't exceed catch of 800. Each turtle brings $2'.40.

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I A REAL JOHN BULL-Stacey Jones of Hay-on-Wye, England, doesn't intend to. Iell
his champion male beef animal, Penatok Crusador, even though he has reeeiv an
Offer of $56,000 for him. The hereford has not been beaten in seven breed

These rounded-up turtles a5er*weltng- shipment dews the river ehivd livwr.

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contenderss In Feature

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Barlyon looms as an odds-on mutuels choice to
capture the major share of the $600 purse in tomor-
iw's featured seven-furlong sprint for Class D im-
orted thoroughbreds at the Juan Franco race track.

:"A heduled to oppose the Stud
a star are Pompilio Empire
Ic, Espagirico and WNogaRno.
F ompillo finished third behind
Cuto and Barlyon last week.
Swas ridden by Luis Giraldo.
' This time Bias Auirre will be in
t. saddle.
empire Magic was an also ran
this same group. He will be
cerming consideraly less weight
Sths occasion and will have
emazingly successful Hector
z handling his reins. Empire
'aic won his next to last start
could spring another surprisee

S apagirico defeated the report-
expensive and highly rated
at and Albatross last Sun-
in the lower bracket. This
hot specialist is always lan-
ous and could repeat. Jorge
lips will again do the booting.
;ogalino is last but far from
st This primsing three year-
bay olt was the sensation of
t track until his last start. No-
had chalked up six conse-
we impressive victories in-
2 dng one over Pappa Fyn n
is now competing in the
ek's top class, However, Noga-
turned in a dismal perform-
e under the guidance of Jose
ico" Bravo. Favorite jockey
en Rebolledo, just back from
suspension, will pilot the Hum-
Fassano hope.
Aarlyon Empire Magic, Espa i-
o and ano all have plenty
early speed. They figure ot bat.
it out for the lead all the way
the filnl quarter with slow-
fting Pompllo coming on to
them for a bang-up finish.
the secondary attraction pits
comer Febrard Uagtaint freac
gs Albatros. This rce will be
ane mile $o0 run for Clas E
rts. Other scheduled starters
this race. are Bar One, Dark
t, Begodia and Rio Negro.
e other interesting races are
luded on the card.

VFW Teener

Campaign Nets

$3,085 Total

The VFW campaign which
made it poalble for local teen-
ager baseball player to .com-
pete o Hershey, Pa., netted
08l in the last. few weeks, it
was announced today.
The combined efforts of four
VFW posts brought about the
largest contribution to the fund.
The George W. Gooethals Post
No. 3835 at Cocoll, enriched the
till with $M00.95; Alhrook Post
No. 3822 deposited $600 and Posts
3876 and 100, on the Atlantic-
Side, combined to put over a
successful dance which netted
$407.79. Post O0 also raised 187.
It has beep revealed that
funds remaining after all ex-
penses are paid for the trip, will
o toward sending another squad
compete next summer at At-
lanta, Ga., Where the 1056 na-
tional tournament is scheduled
to be held.
Reports from the States, give
the local VFW personnel a great
deal of credit for a Job well
F lashed with success, the local
VFW Posts plan many other
youth activities for the coming
The following are names and
a mount not previously ac-
Lalse Auilary ot Post 9832,
$10: Mrs. Bates. I; Mo. and Mrs.
Henderson, $25; Emblem Club,
$49.20; Balboa Bingo, $5.95; "En-
core" pr6obed, 62; Bud Koel-
ling, $10,


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Juan Franco Graded

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lt Rage "H-I" Imp. -. 7 PLhiu $400.00-Peod ClIi I:
1-Gay Spot F. H dslgo 106 -Form' indicate
2-Hurleano A. MnIa. l10t--atums In cheap. fied
3-Dlaliprlncess L. OGinaltp 118 -D Uro. s ontender
4-Oonsaga J. Jlmines 10Sx--mn1Ualy clo up
5-C. Prince J. O6ngora 108 -Fractious at times
6-Discovery H. Rul: 109 -Chance in muddy track

lad Race "I" Imported -- 7 Pe.Pu* $375.00 Pool Close

1-0. Wonder
3-V. Darling
'7-True Blue
8--Lord Basur

A. Veques 118 -Racing to top form
H. ui z 115 -Reportedly improved
J. G6ngora 111 -Has strong finish
J. Phillips 108 -Nothing in months
F. Godoy 107x--as. shown nothing
F. Hidalgo 105 -Ran well in last
A. UbIdia 110 -Could be close up
B. Aguirre 116 -No. 1 contender
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Ird Rece "H" Natives -,- 6% Porse $275.00 Peel Cleas 1:45
1-Golden Pick V. Brown 115z--Rates chance here 3.1
2--Ebony A. Mena R. Ixll--Has good finish 4.1
3-Uyuyuy R. G6mes 0U -Should score off last M
4-Tap Lady F. Samiehe 10x-Usually close up 3-1
5-I borlar F. Oodoy 115Bz-Returns from layoff 5-1
6-Rlomar F. Hldalgo 111 -Nice effort in last 4-1

4th Race "H" Natives 6% Pp. Puse $275.00 Peel Clnses 2:20
1-Survey E. Gastell 104 -Early speed only 04
2--Plropo V. Rodriguez 10x-Longshot polbil ty i-1
3--L. Dancer V. Castillo 116 -Should be In money 411
4-Tuira A. Mena R. 11x--Always dangerous 2.1
I-G. Glass C. de Le6n lllz-Not with th rider 10-1
$--Villarreal A. Creidldio loix-Good recent races 2-1
---Enrlquet B. Baeua 08x-Nt against the 3W.1
8-TfTin Ti A. Valdivia 118 -ho score o las

5th Rosen "A" Natives 7 Fs. Purse $875.00 Peel Closes 1:55
1-Don Goyo A. VAsque 124 -WeIghts handicap -1
2-Jachalin F. Hidalgo 108 -Dangerous in mud -
3-Golden Tap H. Ruiz 103 -class should tell 3-2
4--(Blk. Gold 0. SAnchez 110 -aek In top form 3-1
5--(Petite J. G6ngora 107 -Could help entrymate 3-1

[if Race "H-1" Imp. 7 FP. Psne $400.00 Pool Clease 5:35
1-Charlier R. CristlAn 118 -Hard to beat here -1
2-Griaf V. Rodr4ieas ll0--Back min best form 4-1
3-Eric Rulz 115 -Poor recent races 8-1
4-Supper Girl F. Hmdalgo 110 -Nas top chan ce
5-Remero A. Vi ques 116 --angevous contender 3-1
$--. Emblem .. Philps 113 astest a t get away 10-1

76 Race "H-2" Ioa. -o 7 Pp.P $4000 Poeel Olees 4:05

I-My Dear 104 -Ualr moves late .1-1
2-.eduOr F. Godoy 10Sz-N to mmend 15-1
8,-L. O. Trouble 0. SAnch. 115 last 1
aooya steL m '108 Mor3 1
ado F. H idalgo 106s ... 1
.--American maai. .RuSlo 106 -p a w.ya U
"-- .P en. PR. M 0. 10b-Runs I fetMor this o
3--amif :. -m e. i1o -Sod b* t htst- 2 4
-.(Mr. Foot A. Ubldla ho 1 -Nthg to indicate 0-1
10.-(L Lass 0. Prescott 115 -Worse m0h0tmea out 1W1-
,,~IIK '. -11 1 _,.

1-Conquistador B. Bames loOx- ut go lower
2-Reghl J. Phillips 113 bIteseIt fn orm
3-Bagdad F. Godoy 1113--a strong inish
4-MuAfeeo A. Crelddio 97x--Mst impre more
5-Okiland L. Giraldo 11 -lh=old be .innerup
8,-FU6n B. Agu.rre 106 '-. sey houdnhelp
7-FPuego F. SAnches 9.-,ates upset chance

9th Reoe "H-2" Imp. 7 F. PnN $400.00 Peel


ClOse 9l15

1-A. Fulmar Phllips 108 .--Cold score at price 10-1
2--alustio V. Cuatllo 113 -an- os w "hen rested 8-1
3-Falrlyable M. Hurley 11i -Ran wel in last 4-1
4-MarSina Aure 113 -oe o_ ldAM Jelp 3-1
5--M. Slipper L. raldo 118 -Fer m n dlates 2-1
6--Y. Prince 0. Chans 112 -Needs better rider 5-1
7-Newbrighton H. Ruiz 113 -Btck In best form 2-1
8-T. Teeth F. Hidalgo 110 -QuIt badly in last 5-1
pa-D. Puchess A. Vasques 113 -Good ey speed 5-1
10-Turf Lodge B. Baesa 105x-Would pay fat odds 10-1

10h R. a "D" Imp. 7 FP.-Puse $600.00 Pool Closeis 5:40

T A 61- BE 1 .*-1--Barlyon V. autlllo 118 -Ri.gto totp form
SANTA CRUX 8:18 :A5 BIBRD 8S1 8:8 J -Pompilo B. A o 113 -.7m r-e M
"CA'NAVAL. N BRA5L"1 "ABOVE a BEOND" OWie Magic H.A AX106 -Light,-eg helps


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I Ith Race "I" Imp. I Me Purse $550.00 Poeel Cles......
1-Febrere n A:'. Vaque 11 edU on aurt 3-2
2-Bar One B. Be. 100.,-Doean't seem likely 30-1.
3-Dark Sunset H. Rul 108 -Rates fair chance 4-1
4-AlMbatrow B. Agore 115 -Depends on mood 2-1
5-Begonla A. Ubdia 110 Has trong fih 3-1
6-Rio Nero 110 -Not. In top form yet 3.1

SDa vis Cp ni Mat4es



W L Pet. QB
Toronto ..... 84 5 .00 -
oavana .,. 82 65 1
Rochester *.. 70 70 00
Syracuse .., 68 73 4 1
Qolumbus 02 79 .440A
-o .. .41s 26
Rchmond.,, 8S 79 3

(First Game, 7 inuint
Montreal 480 10 12 0
Buffalo 000 000 0 5-0 .1
Lehman and ucha Maa,
Fletcher (2), Ham*l d
Streul. LP-Maaa.
(Completi ofr game ope-
ed Jone 10)
Rochester 00000000--1 3 2
Havana 03000010z-4 7 0
Helm, Beard (2), M-c
(8) .Jaeoba (7) and Band; Vai-
entine and Noble. LP-Hei.
Rochester 100 101100-4 8 1
Haaa 001100102-5 12 0

Toronto 02001000-6 8 1
Richmon 0000O00100-1 7 0
I.dL ad eoteret; Con-
elrly, iMe ger (8) onstaty
(8) and IWa P Cmel
(SfecoOd Gatme
Mbtea 1 0 300-14 14 0
NBWYOR 010 10.2-(4 -
Mickens and r eed; tmpe
Schult ae (3), Haenley (3), Roman
(8) and Streull. LP-Stump. HR

Toron ', Montreal

Only It Petrcetage

PoI ApartiMIL
SMEW YORK, Aug. 26-(tPI-
nly one percentage point sept-
rated the league-leading Toron-
to Maple Leafs from the run-
nor-up Montreal Royals today In
the tense International League
The Leafs gained their thirdI
straight triumph T h ur ady
night, downing the last-place
Richmond Virginians, 6-1, be-
hind the seven-hit pitching of
Mike Fornieles, recently option-I
ed out by the Chicagopener anhite
But the Royals picked up a
half-game by beating the Bufa-
lo0honS, 10-0 and 14-4 as Ken
Lema gained his third asucces-
sive shutout in the opener and
Glenn Mlekena toyed with the
seventhplace entry In the'night-
Toaronto has an over-all record
of fS win and 6 losses for a
.600 mark, while Montreal has
won om e more game and lost one
more for a l9 mark. The Leafs
have 14 games remaining to the
Royals' 1i. I
The third-place Cuban SugarI
lKing also picked up a half
game on Toronto and now are
polaed ara two games back of
theo-leers. The Sugar Kings
swept a double header from the
RohI tr .d Wags, 4- 1 and
a bunt by Aadn bal I
r1 ,-: e Cubans have: 14
gam e1ft I. play. I
Tha.uibus Jets downed the
Ii sChle, 5-3. in e Ither


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In ay--"t Io Odiffer-
eice to my b Thy all have
afed e ter'a know
each othibe" dudMOW
S.ormer ca nack ra
Imerwho hks ld O ah the
can team ay,
Should big" been 1 Si

a to have Pt r i

Belxas uys-'-W better to
play first. You know when yqu
start and you cae key yorelf
but that's the only deference I.
know. R Bew will be the,
t st~~f is more dfffeilt:fa me
and he holds the advantage over
me in matche.. It's u the re-
verse for Hoa ,O d a me. M style
Is tough tfo Lew." L
But Vinne, Rchardft, greatI
star of the 1_ s, INpesini ttlc.
e in oad may btT
bert today. Richards i* oad
the greatest player In the world.

Tesis, Ottis



Set Sept. 11

has approved a program to be
presented by woma promoter
Tula de Sanchez Pinto, at the
Colon Arena Sept. 11 In which
Panama featherweight champion
Pedro Ters will meet Koralo
Otts in the featureeature at a weight
lmit of 15 lbs.
Itf had1 has been r et for

.tnoun. t ol o
Toels returned =cusly from
Jamaica wht Veneel wor
fights in as am appeamui
n that. 11and. owver, because oe-
countera were against heavier
It had been prevional an-
nounced that Joltn' Joe Brown
would fight Venesuela'g welter-
weight king Ismael Espala on
Sept. 11. However, because of
difficulties concerning Brown's
suspenaon, this program baa
been arranged instead, with the
Brown-EsIa mat ath slated for
the arena 8ept.3 .
In the semifinal Of the Teal -
Ottis card, Alberto 'Toto" Iba-
a former amateur sensation,
wl make his professional debut
against MlaudMo Martinez in a
Marti'es Is one ef two box-
ers who 'ha beaten Ibam.
pbart.ra asolst a deiae" to
r le Fm os, butredgemed
himself by wiptAN, M e. a
his fawrewesl- aaur appear
anee two weeS ago.
In the other bouts, Dae*l
Ward will battle Al Rodriguegip
a four-roupder at 135 lb.., and
in the curtain rlaser, two a4 yt
unsaeeted amateurs will eash.

Lawrence Chapman has buit a
complete miniature thre-ring c.
In his cellar. I%1 layout tI-
U .the -big top" and aWbke
famearchus gadgets wit ...
el, of the ringmaster, the V
taler el-owns, balerlm. aid
roustabouts. .

M. '. . ,

.... P. wA .- *. .a 3.
'.J~ian c'frfl ~ Iiip

onn. CalN,. 8,.. 8r'
anare owe only
_ft o thte ll-pI af tejm
bate not ha4 collet ep-


but itt
yof, go tr scond
pm, bua-a.rry .Dt at
OtWt *and Tlamr 9Pbwhr-. and

vamurN 01 Newu ana mouon-M -
ough of 'lainfleld).


0 Aheptol match at- Balboa
robd to be one of the beat
ram the mtlamnahp stand-
pont that ha been seen here
vera months.

Six of the shooters, Btwart,
Slth, and Snyder from Orato.
bar, atd Mclvaine, Krapfl and
Keller from Balboa, aveaged
better a 85% for the 4
lour matel. In te onll
Match our with the b
d0cap, Mdlvalne hdt 218 out of
300 possible. Smith _%had 274,
Stewart S73, Snd '27. Wells
271, Hitch 284, Krl 32. asf-
fray 262. Pat Medlmn 3L 8mdth
won the handicap Mth 3ie. He
had i4 lus p5 hai p. ThUi
a a ghMab
a eptionay good, or the
eOnire Natimnal Mah oue'
wx. fired without C isuse of a
Other winners are:
Mdth # i, TrfMd pfr, I & Yards
Snyder 192. .lgbr.V'mna. 182,
high sharpshooter: Crabe, 101,
hiah maksman, -
RaIth gS4p Y, 25 "rds
C. Mctlrxvazm 17 high: veg-
Crabe, 7, high' .iai6ma.
Mafth *3, SdW SO Yards1,
a -betWW r rJ 1I33,
bIkf' ciI

Match # 4 Apgreate of
Matches L,.


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11am nd Mary, Ya'brough at
lege, 0l4rLso at Bloomfteld
(NJ.) College, King at .Holy
Crw,'DaviI at Florida A 4nd M,
M6l at Wttbftrg '(Ohio)
MoISe Power ast Modesta
Cal Itn r college, and Cole-
ma' at Indiana.

BN ,r mentlens were ,d
ItjckIf, Wbllie N atcbhd and
ACR DageE, i fEB:-Ya-

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.,'-iS -sM,,c in erooklyn is nothing more nor less
u-S whether the ball club iys or moves Is
pl ~.-:e'ad fathers. President Walter O'Maleoy
i -'th' dgers, under present conditlels,
Stin bush, the city fathers must col[
Ia gt 1fr ort to resolve a situation which
ha ,o uyecause of the march of progress.

C1t the tethat
regularly scheduled games in Jersey City next season, and has
publioly.*aounced ,V D9dgers are giving up Ebbeta Field In
two years describe e firmness of his oition plainly enough.
Wlethr you.ea It showdown or ultMnMatm-and O'Malley
wine au dibly at the mere mention of either word, earnestly
askig. you to believe that his relations with the elty. fathers
have been uniformly amrcable and cooperative-the realities of
the situation.leave no room for any possible misinterpretation
The Dodgers' president has a grave problem. Only the city
fathers an help him. Should they decide the Dodgers are not
important enough to the recreational, entertainment and cal-
tural welfare of the borough to warrant the granting of certain
concessions, O'Malfty will have no alternative hut to pack and
The's concessions would take the form of condemnation
ncediS which woull iake available a site suitable to a
rge. modern ball park. wth ample parking space at Atlantic
aW FlatbUsh Aves.

City fathers everywhere ,hve an understandable reticence
about losing to gfut Cof -thUir way to aid private enterprise-
and a way you l& W. ptofeaaional basebaUls a busineas-
yet, .tb part n ,te, the Brooklyn prototypes might

1.m all t counts t would be diflcult to pick ut another
art't $he beroug~ ee la In more wrgent need of civic re-
ttt. pFrhapsa-ew. $millUU bal parkight not In-
s Uy tasfrmin f. 4 into a fairyland, bat t a mauh
saem e: y. good can pmisbly coma of it. This I a shop-
paig c into~~i hithe a dpdta slace aone would be a tre-
kanm Wa boon. On po-pge days the pace, of course, would
be 0 pei.to the publf&.
A 0p04 of Waeko ace = U1p of meat dealeS who operate

that i Sth tioe lndemt auon powithan any nbee the aaist
3allAeS3 IB a h t dld* coumn't got
-ft oleyM lv l f l toir ns,,, ' om

ehea t ti ==.1 Lw 4h way thages an

B OW" the added bitterly "this place Is a Indtrial tm."
o the innocent who tholit barmeb wao the id reaot
Brooklmn was Invs&ted to begin with. ft ft aseadingthat the
city fathens let the tuatoa get as eitleal an It hba.

ad thi s onlyvtd te tingr the iatb, sh t aithfulto do, and

th, t ranohi wl .e sold or rt rsfed -It's tEn
that if to institute condemnation proceeding m, against the city

o n that if he doesn' buti in Brooklyn he won't build at alol,

adl this invited t o n nce that, i the ty fath take no

ion, th franchi ae will be sold or t unsterda "It's h
7.M priatS aptal built a ball prk," 'May pointed
ot. h taee w clubs in the majors, Liwakee, ralt-
more am Kab"Sfty an tey in low-rent, city owned stadiums.
8 1 dos bnd The seonomnic advantages Inths sortt
deal an tQ dblOan to commit on."

W. to invest fi a -w taa plant in Bs .
Ar e that i r Isf Fresmnted in attr atie 0 icdra -

is**~w- um-, 1 INSf ay, TV hur I L. r
' lat hoke ra go dew Io ur aao )mt nota hm to
wilb -fo el 40 OW

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Kluszewski, Redlegs ...
Banks, Cubs ..........
Snider, Dodgers .......
Mays, Giants .........
Mantle, Yankees ......
Mathews, Braves .....

Yankees Thi


7 ST:t
The S/aiwT0S

TEI.MS W L on 0
yn ....80- 44 .645 -
Mtlaukee ...70T 5 .65o 11
New York ....65 59 .524
Philadelphia .66 61 .5 V2
Cinchmati ...8S 65 .493 11
Chicago ......9 71 .454
at. Louis .....53 71 .42727
Pittsburgh ...48 77 .384 32V2
Cincinnati at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at New York (N)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (NI
Chicago at Pittsburgh (NJ
(First Game)
Cincinnati 011 200 112-8 13 1
Brooklyn 001010013-5 9 1
Klippstein (6-7), Freeman and
Podres (8-9), Labine. Roebuck,
Koufax and'Campanella.
(Second Gamei
Cincinnati 200002002-6 8 1
Brooklyn 010000301-5 9 0
Black, Freeman (5-3), Fowler,
Nuxhall and Burgess.
Craig, Spooner (5-5). Bessent
and Walker, Campanella.
(First Game)
St. Louis 400500000- 9 12 1
Phila. 30002204x-11 14 1
St. Louis: Mackinson. Gettel.
LaPalme (4-3), Poholsky and
Roberts (21-9), Meyer and
(Second Game)
St. Louis 010200000-3 5 0
Philadelphia 00130C0f-8 12 0
Haddix (10-131, Macklnson,
Wright and Burbrink.
Rogovin (3-1) and Seminick.
Milwaukee 000000300-3 3 0
New York 00020000--2 6 0
8pahn (13-12), and Crandall.
Hearin (14-12), Orissom, Mon-
zant and Katt.
Might Game
Chicago 000 010000-1 8 (
Pittsburgh 000I00'Olx-2 7 1
Mlnner (8-6) and cooper.
Face (4-4) and Peterson, Shep-
ard. q |




175 .354 T A O l Pt: Ii
158 .0 N ywork .... 48 .61 6
156.:311 C a ......75 4- .605 1
1 8 .306Cleveland ....75 5Qr .600 2
10 .306 Boston .......72 53 .576 5
151 .303 Detroit ..... .. 64 62 .508 13'
Kansas City ..52 74 .413 25w,
..1 Washington ..43 78 55 32
.. 3 Baltimore ....39 83 .320 '36
S38 Washington at Chicago (NI
33 -4:.31

.. 33

Snider, Dodgers ........118
Ennis, Phillies .......... 104
Jensen, Red. Sox ........ 100
Kluszewski, Redlegs ..... 99
Boone, Tigers .......... 95
Banks, Cubs ............ 95
Kallne. Tigers ..........107
Mantle, Yankees ....... 105
Snider, Dodgers ........103
Smith, Indiana ......... 97
Mays, Giants ........... 96
Kallne, Tigers ......... 175
ell, Redleg ........... 161
Kluezewski, Redlegs .... 160
Post, Redlegs ......... 159
Power, Athletics ...... 158
(Based on 12Decisions)

Newcom b e. Dodgers
Byrne, Yankees .....
Donovan, W.S .....
Roberts, Phllies ...
Ford, Yankees ......


I ts ugt U.it our, j
who aer Army-Navy
nWM~if p~ut/

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Baltimore a Kansas City (N)
Boston at Detroit
New York at Cleveland (N)
(First Game)
Boston 000 010 000-1 8 0
Detroit 020 112 00x-6 10 2
Nixon (12-8), Hurd and White.'
Garver (11-12) and House.
(Second Game-
Boston 202 200 000--6 10 0
Detroit 102000010-4 8 0
Delock (8-5), Kinder and Da-
Birrer (5-2), Bunning, Foy-
tack, Coleman and Wilson.
Washington 002400 OOC--6 13 1
Chicago 4)0100000-1 8 n
Porterfield (10-15), Pascual
anrid Courtney.
Johnson (0-2). Keegan, Con-
suegra and Lollar, Moss.
'Night Game
New York 040 001 000-5 5 0
Cleveland 000001010-2 '7 0
Coleman (2-0), Grim and Br-
Wynn (14-9). Maglie., Narleski,
Santiago, MosBi and Hegan
(Nitht Game,
Baltimore 000 00b 200-2 3 1
Kansas City 201006 f00x-9 13 0
Brown (0-2), Schallock, Dor-
lah, Palica and Smith.
Ceccarelli (3-0) and Astroth.


Thbe w' *h l he s e. by Ist
om 6*S gmo. *, w s. spci.
wtl, (e tw a-de -mobty

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.1 (EDITOR'S NOTE: What' a
Iateb race like ht;wcn lop
reaten To Leave s of.the turf eaper
\ best qualified to alk about
t a.is C'em McCarthy,. 'w
f JI f a f m has been "Mr. Racing" to te
Ro ma f | i America c for decades.
-Ro- ng In Du -st Swaps-Nashua deal, and how ft

was a. te, b~ a eagllS

I-rt ea wi great, match races *f 1"- s auwM. UwM= 1 W11
By FRE DOWN Stadium to gve the ntkeesea the past, in an exclusive diI. aMid be was.hbome.
2-1 triumph. Wyan's record Is patch writl for NEA Service.)
NEW YORK, Aug. 26-(UP-- 14-9 and he's failed three -- ASAB, A j1 BAA
Casey Stengel's big gamble paid straight times to win the 199th ed up by t oh.ga
off-and so today the New York game of his career. By CLE4M1 McCARTHY batho "fid
Yankees were rolling at an .013 Porterfield, only Washington Writtea for NEA Sertice .- Lo t .il
pace which threatened to. leave pitcher to beat the White Sox Imeta.t W.a rt'" r e
their three rival contenders in this year, did It for the third CHICAGO (NEA) Th e y, H ..
the Ameriean League race roll- time. with a neat eight-hitter. have been "running your Agxse a- ... .
Ig in the dust. Jose Valdivielso's three hits .ginst mine'. msia loInomaan ltr AL.or Aab ,. t,
8tengel gambled and won last sparked a 13-blow attack that sion's unnamed roap colt be a t .uck 3. .. held It
might when he tossed rookie sent Connie Johnson to his see- George Washington as Magnulia. b i ekstretch. With,
pitcher Gary (Rip) Coleman a- ond defeat. Lonp consolation lor I've seen a dozen or more match rating the u -k:mof
ginst Early Wynn in the pres- the White Box was that Mthnie races, starting with the dead r~os asla1 as'a
dure-steeped opener of a three- Miloso extended his hitting heat J.)twe* Domino 'ad Dob- ered car, be lengte i
game series with the Indians. streak to 18 ames-equalling' bins t Sheepshead By, N. Y., in twoand-a-.half.
oleman, recalled recently from the A.L.'s 1955 gh. 183. .
Denver, was making only his see- Jackie Jensen became the fr.st Ben Liadherier. who is bring- Then e beard the retr,-
ond start in the majors but he American Leaguer to drive inr mg Swaps and Nashua together .comes W.urhwayl"
out-pitched Wynn and received 100 runs this year when he hitlagain at Washington PTrk, Aug .tur and ..nto the
credit for the Yankees' 6-2 tri- a two-run homer and twb-run 31, also staged the last match Lodnga il was Pnl lP up
umph. double to lead the Red Box's 1I- race of any importance In Chi- ly. At the. th pol, he
hit attack in their nightcap. The cago 10 year. ago. The fillies Ito b cinch. ru tshlu
As a result, the Yankees Tigers, however, had routed Ij I-Louis B. Mayer's Busher and horne, e..5 ad his as on
scored their 13th triumph In 16 lard Nixon in the opener to win Brownell Combs' Durazna, each I Alsab did know what
games and dropped the see- handilv behind the eight-hit carrying 115 pound., raced shoul- meant, however, and th
ond-place Chicago White sox pitching of Ned Garver, who der to shoulder for the better part bOk colt trained byi
14 games off the pace. The posted his llth.,triumph. of a mile, Busher drawing awaySiwenke luged, went.-un a
third-place Indians fell two Art Ceccarelli pitched four-hit at the end to win by almost a 'wire, and yt"" turned to a
games behind and the fourth- ball behind a 13-hit attack as length and going on to be t h e one next to You what i.
place Boston Red Sox now are the Kansas City Athletics routed Horse of the Year. o co dn' r your w s e
fve full games out of first the Baltimore Oriples. 942, in the Bu I dougt if all the match Alsab' by a gnat's eyelash.
place. other A.L. game. Vic Powet had races since the ante belium bat- I
Moreover, the Yankees, torrid three hits for Kansas City. tle between Americar Eclipse, re-I NOW, W HAVE Swap
pace of the last 18 days sees In the National League, h presenting the North, and Sir Hen- California, Kentucky Al
to be telling on all their rivals. slumping first-plaee Brookn ry the South's color-bearer -and can Derby winner, and N
During the same period the Dodes lost their first double- you can wrap them altogether which lost to him at
White ox are 12-5, the Indians header of the campaign when gained the interest of the upcom. Downs. but took The Pre
11-5 and the Red Sox 9-7. the CIncinati Redlegs scored iin dogfight. Belmont Stakes and Dwr. -
The White sox suffered their 8-5 and 6-5 triumphs. The ost o this steam can be cred-. It's waos, te champ 'ol'
third loss In five games with Dodgers still lead by 11 games Ited to modern communications. West, against Nashua, the
seventh and eighth-place teams but have lost seven of their Television puts your easy chair at longer from the Est.
yesterday when they bowed to last 10 games and 11 of their Lhe wire I I'm inclined to Swaps, bp I
Bob Porterfield and the Wash. last L I say this despite the fact that you agree with me And i
ington Senators, 6-1. The Red Wally Post hit his 32nd homer the Swaps-Nashua encore had a have a small wager, please
Sox, meanwhile, had to rebound for Cincinnati in the opener long way" to g to top the near- me remind you that we'9r
from a 6-1 loss to gain a split and Gus Bell drove in three runs hysteria raised when Seabiscuit1 againstt a lot of horse.
with the Detroit Tigers In a 6-4 with three hits in the second and War Admital ran as onel
nightcap victory. game. down the Pimlico backstretch,4
Coleman struck out four bat- The Philadelphia Phillies ran Nov. 1, 1938. -. e
terms and yielded seven hits in 7 their winning streak to six games Seabiscuit, the come-from be. Today lncmu_ .3 -
2-3 innings before Bob Grim and moved to within a half- hinder, surprised the Jam-packed OGlen Ford, in -
came in to snuff out Cleveland's game of third place with 11-0 crowd of 45,000 by breakmn in m ACKBOARDn j OtNL 1'
eight-inning threat and breeze and 8-3 wins over the St. Louis front from a walk-up start. The "L ,CKBOARD INGL
through the ninth.l Joe Collins, Cardinals. Robin Roberts strW- stout-hearted son of H a r d t a k Greer Garson in
who entered the game with a gered to his 21st victory in the veered in front of the War Admi-I ",,,-E J,- M
.221 average, sent the Yankees first Rame while Saul Rogovin ral, a smart move by Geor gie "ER TWELVE MtN
oil the road to victory when he pitched a strong five-hitter in Woolf. who then slowed the pace
tagged Wynn for a two-rim the nightcap. to take a breather-and forced E
homer In the second inning to Warren Spahn won his 13th Chariey Kurtsinger, on the Man .IDEA
toucp off a four-run outburst. ',ame as thO Milwaukee Braves o' War colt directly behind, to do "JUNGLE RAIDER
It was a bitter defeat for beat the New York Giants, 3-2.'the same. Chapters 4 and 5
Wynn because it was Collins and Elroy Face out-pitched Paild Into the backstretch. it was Sea- "-FRIGHTENED C -
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homers in the first and 10th Irates a 2-1 verdict over the Ch)- alongside. It was head and head. TWO .IST IM
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The government has listed "'
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caused at least some of the 169
polio cases which struck CuLter- W
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But it conceded frankly Its
xact reasons" for this despite
four months of exhaustive in- UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Aug. the international Communist Affairs Committee told a re- live by the Mutual Broadcasting
vestigation. "Noth I n g was 26 (UP)-Disarmament special- "political machine." porter today he fears the free System between 4:30 and 4;4
found." it said, to indicate that Ists of the western Big Three Dulles said the President be- world will accept Russian over- p.m.
"deficiencies" in Cutter's opera- and Canada begin around oe olives the "Geneva spirit" will tures at their face value and Radio Moscow today broad-
Lions caused any contamination. informal meetings today to form be "put to work" when the Big fall into a Soviet trap. cast both on Its home and over-
Offbials expressed confidence a united front for next week's Four foreign ministers start Asserting that Russia's new seas services a 700-word as -
that vaccine now being produc- arms reduction talks with Rus- wrestling with some of the con- "charm" policy is only one phase mary of President Elsenhower'e
ed under rigid new safety stand- sia. create Issues such as German of its world conquest plans. Philadelphia speech.
yards is safe and that anotherr British Minister of State An- unification and European se- Richards said "the offer of peace
Cutter Incident will not hap- thony Nutting flew in from Lon- curity. to a war-weary world is seduc- The broadcast- frequently gavc
pen." don and Jules Moch arrived by One reason the President hesi- tive." He could see "no perma- direct quotations Including Mr.
Dr. Leonard A. Schcele, U. S. ship from France yesterday. tated for years before agreeing nent shift in basic Russian pol- Eisenhower's quotations a b o u t
surgeon general and head of the Harold E. Stassen, President Fis" to a heads-of-state meeting with icy." the "status quo, which, In our
Public Health Service, said Cut- enhower's special assistant on Russia was a fear the world Dulles said "the purpose of union, entails injustice for many
ter Laboratories' license to pro- disarmament, came up from would read too much into such Geneva was to introduce a spirit countries, repressions of human
duce vaccine "has not been re- Washington last night. a conference. Diplomatic ex- to be injected into the process- .beings on a g$1antic scale, ahd
evoked and we do not contem- Paul-Martin, Canadal nMini- perts said there is some belief es" that eventually would be us- leads to a situlation in which
plate revocation." ter of Health and Welfare, wag this may now have happened. ed to try to settle East-West constructive efforts in many
p expected here by plane from Ot- Several members of Congress problems." areas are paralyzed by fear."
Soheele refused to say wheth-. taw to join them in their first have raised "go slow" signals He may elaborate on this It did not include Mr. Eisen-
er the long'deltyed report a- Informal meeting. against any general belief that theme today. However, t he hower's pledge that the 'United
mounted to "complete rone- l T tuss suddenly has switched its State Department said his States would never .bargain a-
riation" for the Berkeley, The British, French and Amer- g long-term goals speech will be devoted pri- way "the freedom of men for
Calif., firm. lean representatives will get to- Chairman James P. Richards marily to the Near East. the pottage of a false peace."
CutLer ormelals. were elated. A gether several times between (D-SC? of the House Foreign The speech will be broadcast In addition to the 700-word
spokesman said the Health Serv- now and Monday, when the summary the broadcast gave
ice had issued a "thorough, subcommittee of the U.N. D14- D British and American press com-
& scientfttc, and courageous re- armament Commission resumes L; -' AR E' m ment on the speech-but no So-
port" clearing the firm of any its work at U.N. headquarters. OChllM S lI n C Olaim uISSI viet comment.
negligence or incompetence." The Soviet government will be an The Radio Moscow habit of
He added, however, that this represented on the subcommit- broadcasting western states-
had not removed the firm's tee by Arkady A. Sobolev, who A "L;. D D men's speeches without twisting
S "contin~gni deep concern f or succeeded the Jlate Andrel Y. VI- Annex rng hI B t y iT or editorializing began only aft-
1.. those who have been affected." shinsky as Soviet U.N. delegate. B er the Geneva "summit" confer-
Severai victims have filed dam- Yeaterday Secretary of State __ ence.
age suts. against Cutter. John iolpter Dulles joined Pres- -- ----. __
The Health Service and evi- idetn, isenhower in a new drive TAIPEI, ormosa Aug. 26 (UP) crept into the press in which -
dence suggested the "cause of to check some of the rampant -Nationalist today denounced complaints have appeared that
I1 the trouble" was the failure of optimism growing g out of the Big NtChinese communist decision China'si "baaIc construction a
S the manufacturing process to Four Geneva conference n. : ."..tono the vast plan" was only 89.6 per cent till-
kill all of the virus and "the Dulles said th6 friendlier rela- to great aonomy" to the ast plaed in 1953 and 92.4 per cent last
failure of safety test$ to demon- tions established at Geneva be- province of Chin as a bit d n 1 and 92.4 pr t year
Sstrte the presence of virus." tween the United States and plot annex Chincted Manchura These failures were blamed on
'the report, indiated these Russia were "not an end in It- They. pr se Mau "the conservative attitude of
qhottcomings could b4 traced di- self -but a means to an end." The would be e next sellouts the many cadres" .
reStly to the inadequacy of the acid test 0 48oviet Intqntlons, he Sinkiang, some northwest China's oder today rationing
|. goern nt'se ownoriginal mir said', will come at the Big Four size of Texas, lies i an TI hw grain officially disclaimed the
i>u. ,UB e sty standards which minister meeting tn evaM China between Mongolia and T exgraince of food hortages.claimed
e.e o i ft nra ically In Oct. It b e t betf. cludin The government said it was a
F' Ali f Mnr- Do rtta ; ri""e ah oi d n ealand ng device td ensure Jair alstribu-
Sir. left Mr. w Yor to deliver a uranlurm, oilsnd coalnand t ie- tion to cities, Industrial commu-
At .the time Cutter was pro- major forelo policy speech, centyears the Nationalists "nitle and small towns. m -

ucg. the re rt nwmid todahere cThe lesstatements by Dulles ad piece by piece. o takn rain n production roa ne-
trd new stan"undae rds pun e the President challenged Rtia YoKw ainwormeder go vrn tar ting mechanization of lgri-
the safety teating procedures to put the "spirit of enea" to oe rovink cean, said e ing neveculture en unne lar scaleto m-
hch failed to assure what In work with a specific deeds that consent to give the p n an Authoritative sources have bes- un-
S5w believed to be a satisfactory would ease tensions. tonomous rl ha an economy of plenty.

maw released to" the public lstutwou f l .e as eEast a summit hth e. Red Cvineoenpha o anpein mated China would require a
gree o f enltlvityoo n G- the Soviet plot to annex ia hina has attempted of to start a
Mcheel tol newsmen toda The statements by Dullem and piece by piece. grain product ram neces-
thet rigid new standards put In- he Fpdent::lnted Up their Kwang Lu, lawmaker from s tating echanzation of agri- nects-
t toAffec May 26 ravide reason- em over bat Is regarded the province, said Peiping never culture on a laree scale e --
"ButQ eleasedttosuhepubli mltiofthe Genevasummit that the Red Chinese had to ap- timated China would require a
S Wa.Ab released to. the public L, eetig. They look upon Ge- ply to the Soviet consul for en- minimum of 125,000 tractors
S'nova as pointl the way to- try permits. during the period of the five-
fj ward settemen of European Meanwhile authoritative soure- year plan. WINS R U RT James P.
Sprobles-but only that. es said today the rigid food ra- By comparison, it is pointed Coleman smiles, at Jackson,
llie LC yU I 'tioning ordered by Red China ex- out, the chief supplier-Russia Miss., after winning Milsissip-
President meat in his in poses the country's growing eco- produced a total of only 140,000 pips Democratic runoff prima-
SPesdentmeant hisspeech In nomic troubles with diplomats in tractors last year all of whicn ry for governor, and in Mis-
: he calS 5r _' la oiWednesday wheniLondon believe have prompted were needed at home. sissippi that means he's elect-
he called on Russia to join in China's difficult bargaining tac- ed.
S I uniynR g Germany, lowering the tics in current International ng- -- I
," 5-'-s-, nd n t of Iro Curtain and dismantling otlations. Flood Aid rad Ske
Tonbirths,inrldioga t Of Reports reaching London Indil
...... At WOOngth W -e= .cate Red China's eco nomic (Continued from Page 1) Splng 1iR
Ten a I duringth weToka A s straits are sufficiently severe toPaaye
t h. Advise be compared to some of the di to replace damaged defense Iai l
o thet wse Wee oM i ficulties thatbedeviledRussiai *n the flood disaster. iniuy rauaelyaes
s -_thai early days of ovlet commu- also approved of a plan to
Colon r I4 ,atI. d- iO Fa is teearly dayso n ohveniommu- speed up tax write-offs to aid thel
1 ed a ind discharge ur-i T. - L Theeconomic plight even is plants
and 14 di .u__uOn. l ,ainflnn believed to have-caused someCeo S T O..Chil,.Au. 2-
: i w h o- ooln ween China and Ru- The idroram would cover on- ANAGO, Chle, Aug. 26 -
Jio bes weric born c .tofh:e ast.s- _z .OAg ala because the Soviets have not ly plants areas designated by (UP)- Governmental agencies
r American 2lib6aS 8gt. NEW YORK., Aug. 28 (UP)- lived no to promises of delivery te President as major disaster were virtually paralyzed today
Si. arrayy Robinson, 01 Secretary of State John Poster of goods urgently needed. areas, by a spreading strike among
Onuick, son: Lt. and Mrs. Dulles wll make a dramatic ap- The West's security embargo The factories would have to be public workers.
Jry McClung, f Fort GOulick, peal for Arab-Israeli harmony also 1s pinching. Chinae has manufactoruing de fens e or de-
a; St. and Mrs. Mario Mar- to bring stablUty to the Far East dropped repeated broad hints it fense-supporting items to be eligi- Nearly 34,000 employes already ,
tSi?, of Fort Dvis. dau ter;U I a nationwide radio address wants the embargo lifted as one ble. The President issued an exe- are on strike and another 12,000
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Stieritz, laterrtdday. Of the major concessions it hopes cutive order authorizing the loans threatened to walk out unless
of Patun, daughter; and Lt. and Bnvos from all Arab nations to extract for any concessions to under terms of the Defense Pro- wage demands are met t h Isa
.Joseph Andrews, of Coco and Isasel were summoned to the West d auction Act. week.
.. daughter. the State Department yesterday A struggle has been reported
were born to athe fol- for a review the speech. under way within- China for Press secretary James C. Haig.- An attempt by President Car-
rents of Panaman ian All e re then sworn to secre 1 some time between the advocates'ty said approximately 900 mul- los Ibafiez to stem the strike
ty: Mr. and Mrs. A.- intil after Dulles deliveredof an all-out industrial buildup on dollars s available in special have failed when his cabinet
fim DM. ing, oftCaZn Beord, t.h 15inu s. rore d thoe who favor an Incrldp revolvig fund of the Office of De- overruled his offer of a 53 per
.-SS j Xjr_: _and e.., u. W^& -/K.or"m_, uon ioun- c In agricultural products and fene Moblzauon. cent increase for health and
+~_ of Colon, twin daughters; c, of New Yrk.. other consumer ORood- I and.k welfare workers. The cabinet in-
a, nd Mrs. Alarlo -Wallace, of 'e-'addres ill be broader i Some cndicatoenr-of this e-' The loans can go to plants only listed the workers could have
OClatobal, son; and Mr. and buLit .wll noibe televised. hind-the a n struggle have In case loans or other financial no more than 35 per cent raie.
,.. Arthur Hilton, of ,Colon, il* h ecrey. wraps were ---s-t.l-h av. ssistance is not available on "rea- They had been demanding 60
awn. closely around the. sonable terms" from private fi- per cent.
... --------- speech, Informed sources said r Mnancing sources.
M A TID Dulle would have some advice iwPat dor aU d eight states h a v e Interior Minister Osvaldo Koch
B LI i .for the Arabs and Israel. been'declared- major disaster a- sad.he strikes have created
AY, A The un ited States haa long reas by the Presdient in the wake "an atmosphere of thou te-
A.'UIIY ,5 2 .sought a way to net thI feuding 5As 0 I of hurricanes Connie and Dia ne ness and Permanent subvqr.u
,g ,9 LOW nations to end their dispute so and resultant floods which will bring the country to
10su M AU. til they can begin work together t onA tatI. a n a e onomic, financial and juridi-
11* 4 p tm5:15 d P. dvelo the full potential of i The state a r e Connecticut, c financial and Jur
S'| e [ Near Eastern resources. Pennsylvania, North and South ..... "
5 m a s *inds t Ca da, Ie.TOneU o n a_.o 6n (anouP)- Th e ethoe IslanrandNe ork.i era has almost entirely hltd
--" 1Ium. n l Red heh.arre a ndi onvtoda on ofn n ravaee enaopai p o pulaton of tax collections and payment of

Squtn was ex-of the three In ates. Community security a"ente ar- Stdd ...p e..wr. ebblt of fe o il
tha. thi Cmgboda haUgos protested the rt ed a "group of "intnttional was evac tedo ampsWi!am er
'S ,--m ,,Th, e, bn stld to the 2radson",th e Ft Peoples' Hos- The American Red Cuse of* cc s y a reuto
o deace t o Vg .ta. ble ,imn* aHpa. Mpa, dingalus health eonditons in the wakot by health worke Irs
from a S .. ,r- W InGoerTmat reportedA' The pro h not ital i New York City reported a "tea
a e UeS ofS a ro e nearby the number of dy stream of mone contribution
hberMJl j shou. ld re nbtwed n Am. w and Au. but altd e .ne la was fAnalowing i s near Campies a I. n '
_._. i m. attacks N. Caboa one: montre in Tokyohsai. tat which was sweptraway by the flash

'ID4N .ft' thethe InoteranlleoOC otesol and cmmnic uir tory an owrof -mcarclryhi ng dn -od
te ti "Wh Camodia b la protested the t' eNit did t rt for a"ripen.u- persons totrke aeas. __'-
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