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A'rim -- 6.oe Aug. 12 (UPi Shatortfeiv neo
prt llH e 4evmetiane- entire city and brought i .
a lefrwptic police on the Greek
m that the isled was "sinkiWg
I ist in g hdoiwn."
TdWy's temblors most violent of a three-4
arisw royed Argostolios, capital of Maiw
aM1 spr =Arestation across two adlotH .
Incomplete reports from the scene said 4 diedal id
hundreds were injured in yesterday's devastating quake
There were no official estimete of the t6tal killed
injured -in the latest earth convulsions.
The n Adminit- blor, Just before noon .
on onB a stent Ttnia EDT) was felt id Athens,
frenated r aOinum ge after to- miles away.
day's post volodnt ahock:
"We are I sainknfg. Bend lZ I ;*
Navy to take off iibIta No btsl in
They are mad with fear. All 1-1
crumting down." I NabbeiA iin.
No Mt" mpI
ca and Iants as' me0 wpmI O WN O o, &Vq I
I pollee cl da alplypp.dat .Iam. Igo t
led walls nd ex. But I made da mistake o' g
uflnure aM the back to dat very same spot
S and victims terday morning and they gol
0m -In Gavilan Area."
Stw e "I tiak dey mutaa beeox
, *look-out 'cause bere I san*
T le ii behind the Balboa PMllce
Icopt~er were be- tied more securely with a
shake. region to er rope." the d t nmae&
medical splieas. "Dey tell me rm
rvatory sai the kept in eu ste d a=
keeka were ttW ao todiLaw.M6. a
three-days erltM ever Oh, br df 4
v arolngest tern- doeg"
I'ed one day In an
' sub-zero weather
aurrection of the I
the hanwry, m abb
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we a fn
.be t-'Wifa tlin said, "bqre you
a al Jeo offeredd m =h. He
Salle" fr a ll too. He said, walId -
M to V it the i l t di- the shadow of deth. yn V
Shaawalked through the hdow A
bad nm had a= et death, and God was wrie '
of pint with stlrtbn Then Chaplain Dowaey
tn Mn _to U anybody wanted' a .
O =w a.S.iIIl hymn. Sgt. JuDlor Du__ l
be in- aiw-lfe P- out. McCorkle, W. V., tal m
t Ai Wto MV f teIb dark-haired by wbohlad
k of POW for 32 wtti
Imsf Sdays. requaee W
aW OR Grace."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
F.o., V t. V. NE. MON IUVL o .- *n11 senate Leader h T oM
sAoMMOOeM AAS, *tf.e *
97 H ST3r, A 1 0 o m osx '4 A 3 I 0 P
COIL -C., 20 ,CNn-n" urTWm127mAm a rs. Knowland Has
FaORalN l@ Ef.IBaTW.tts/ :OSH11 a POWERS INC '"
3a Mmnison Av NW YORM |le N V.
pei 0.. A. IN DVANC so 400 Hard Job Ahead1
T71~ I5 YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN '
- BY BRUCE BIOSSAT
A is No one need envy too h m. u h
Hr l the new permanent Senate Ma-
A ority Leader. Republican Wil- \
ham F. Knowland of California.
He has hib work cut out for
The MoIl Bon ts an open forum for readen otf The Panoma Anmi- him.
lean. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in wholly sati- So long as Senator Taft was
deanul manner. alive, Knowland was invested
It you contribute a letter den't be impatient it doesn't *ppear he with something of the Ohoan "
mnmi day Letters are published n the order receilvd. great personal authority when '
Please try to keep the letters limited to on e pale knth he spoie as leader. Tnat large,
Identiy oe letter written is held in stritest confidence. comforting assurance is gone
This newspaper assumes no responsibility tfr eletmenst as opinions now, and Knowland is on his
*xproetd in letters from rgeners o n.
Ahead ol hlin next year, a
ALL HAIL TO THE SARGE critical el ectuon season in
E,1 'which GOP control f the
Senate will be on the block,
This is for Lemuel Q wni, le-Stopper. Rousseau Rompin, are such crusty problems as
Trestle-Jumpin. Presley, tax reduction, a new /arm
Yessir. the old soldier has finailv leut our midst. To the many program, postal rate taincreases, .
People on the Zone and Panama, I am sure we all shall miss him a new- foreign trade podey -
and family covering tailffs, extension ol
The old Sergeant had a million dollars worth of logic in his social security, possible Tafi.
every thought Many many happy hours have been spent with Hartley revision, statehood jor
him under the bohio listening to his priceless experiences at home Hawaii, and a possible Korean
as a boy, 30 Nears in the Army. and of course his last tour of duty peace treaty.
with the US Navy as a civilian employee. All these issues were deferred
Perhaps some of vou old timers will remember the column In in 1953. Yet it took c.v c y .u
the Panama American years back relating the time Presley and of Taft's parliamentary silll
his platoon lumped oiff the end of a dead-end coal mirle trestle and influence to geL iy i.a.s
in the black of night with a half-keg of beer on their shoulders. of the President's relatively
:Next time %ou ease through Spartanburg S. C.'be'surt and ask modest initai program pat use
bi'n for a repeat on that one. Sure hope you get as much kick Senate.
out of It as I did. There were many reasons
He was gifted indeed with his way in which he got along and why. Every one of them might
handled men. The world could be crushing you to bits, but after obtalb in 1954 as it old ti al
a few minutes of talking and listemng to his solution, he made time.
you believe that it was a pleasure and of how you could pull your- First. Republican control is
self out on top. Kunda had that super-salesman attitude like the razor-thin. Even assuming per-
puy telling another to go to hell. and immediately looked for the fect accord on the Issups, nearly
closest and nearest route. That as and still is Presley's outlook 100 per cent attendance would --' ---- .. .. ., L-
on life. He always had a smile and a good word. Never in my all times.and a-
lift have I heard him sav a harsh word of another.
Maniiv neighbors are constantly wrangling. comrlantng about But i P.i'ct0, -the GOP Fr e A i
never hadccordi, anyo bre Foreign Aid o O0
so4iething., and must being obstinate In general. Not so Preley... never had a mo ay b .
He was always there to lend a helping hand, a sudden helpful them. F A d I
thought, and a remedy for any such situation that may arise. Right-wing Repblicans show- a .. "
Many residents of our community have profited immensely ed no mog Republicans show- the .
by his helpful hints and the "green-thumb" he employed.. Take P edents programs m thy an for *
a drive some time by his past residence qnd see Tor yourself the: hesi of his Demcratithc re- -
many beautiful flowers and shrubbery 'that he spent his spare ec Ors t o-r s eme.r
time endeavoring to make the place beautiful for himself and ecessors. Taft managedBy tremendous effortf WASHINTON, NEA). The ad- .lt .
also for the eyes of another. Confidentially, half the houses of them intoaged the camp now ministration b no inteantionl.011 U.IS. HS
this community have been supplied flowers from Presley's poseys. the.. but eldom if ever did ore aed vrPrams after all. T ii p Sh l fp.0
Well partner, we are surely going to miss you and your swell get them all the beat nea* tis country has yet gIrk thle .eit 'T d
falitily. The hours spent chatting with you. listening and learn- Consequently, the admlnistra- of the world'. '
ing. have certainly been a pleasure. It Is an experience that we tion was dependent on Demo- In the final rush abd cm 4of te' IMi
shil treasure for all our lives. Good luck to you and yours part- cratic votes tq et. Im tant weeks of Congress, a report got otthat
neg... You have certainly earned it. I salute yvotrrgeant. bills through. ordered Mutual security Adn~al at TL
ea Rousea Ra e Stassen to submit planI for wtfiding An
The Rousseau Rancher Since in 1054 the issues eign aid programs by June 30, 134.' It evftr .p- 1
will be Lougher and the inftra- opened.
party tensions perhaps (,reat- What did happen Is that Couges had told
a ww r &e thatt dependence ~may/ ac- Administrator Sta en to submit plaa fa r -
4 tally be increased when Con- plete reorganization of all foreign aid 'PS *
l tgl. Fs Tress returns. Knowland took There are now more than a daem t n fgt t PEg '
Sterling Silver For Your Table by note of the prospect bbow- foreign assistance laws on the b Ad
.aing Ac/ le te to the eI %,'n over the p
.. Denvcratsip.assumed Caasked for hi
a rTt hipa a post. 8to deal wilb It.
Iy 'senhower e i there is today. rlmti
L Ul v AIapp0 a theory residential p ltyl uea which create. a :l
$19 .34 pow which ed to leave O at ebut abroad. .i
Silversmiths From4 Congress largely to its own preslde't lenhower took the first a 'to- ge[ pr lAti, y .
devices. wards simplifying the bodgepoge byU s XW- AVd .ta 4tPPd sp fom
per 6 piece He allowed himself to be, In ganizatlon plan number sevtn, a nnoulndM AS =ea" fl l Ml -row
plac sttine effect, a congressman's idea of 1. It pulled together Mutual Seearity Aerita A tit
place seng President. Technical Cooperation Administramton Whte o
Inevitably this greatly enlarg- handled Point Four aid to underdgelaoped anm- a ft33 Bl
ed Taft's difficulties: factial tries and Institute for Inter-Amclea Aftaiw. l
nn tr fe intensified without Whte The new consolidation is called raelin Opera- t io 1
Convenient m e r cur house leverage to minimize it. tion> AdmiB
eMay B Arr. nged ow so the Cow I T Onlymreluctantly, and then some- Congress approved this plan wW Unn then l"PIP
May Be Ar ne to S T~t Eisenhower greaus th authrit Mat it Wby telling tamen this an interim pi_ pi ". ._.r. m
S-4 .3 3 rhis command. this year only. Wen Congress come a 1fa 1.d V 0111 1
InI the new situation, the January nt pa draft oalianew to pu u e tn 6 10. "
-* *President may feet compelled friWgu --a tme5 uder one zedl. i B
to exercise tis huge power Ie as thought of aollthin' freig an SK
more frequently and more near I yany oth"e 1We. It was u tJat l be ad
agent wise in the ways of Congress wanted the whole businhsm srgat
politics and legislatures, and simplified so as to make some sms "undi mim 1
But whether he does or not, a singlIei011y. 0 -ll IwTh
(N. R g1 Al ^ the majority leadership now and Shortly after President Elsenhower T..bancKl o. m d
n CENRIAL in 1954 is sure to provide a stiff his reoganizaton of FCA, Ad,.i.a. ,Im- .,.
^ AAVT .test of Senator Knowland's ca. started.a study of foreign aid .le .;Mha
(W AT palty for growth, for accom- He has brought to Washingta f t 6 e- W. IMa ep
Sedation to a wide range of evaluation team to study efflemelwn. R .n,3tm i
viewpoints, for dealing with
the opposition, for sheer output -
Presents: of energy. at iEW YO
i11 stay In jail forever rather' ---- -
___. submit to something I con- .
oider unconstitutional. .
CENTRAL FANTASTIC RELEASE...! --Re c. isher,. Chica. o busi- "
refuses to let Federal .
TED COOPER -aCd NOREEN MIS en r at his books.
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..ohnC. W .r weeks AMonthlo
Embasy.Paamg the *K41 .
I Ib VWta' ITsd TBodb East-Wes vul.
lid ... .. .Ar- P'.,
my-Navry lub inA ador Pass Double Redbl. n FR
... ..' peft---le
-. -The tour .1 ,ltetur"l t1el for Pas ja ," a
made i. no a w cene Pnsign Percy Watteduring bne
owe c al the fa the t umph aof the lat fore peing niht. The three act .
S. .o e- or a andth's raedo
5M WW py ^^ w ent N.hand hold h meant,
.ule. l tDe larer haeg toTaeetod
r n7I Septb har eenit and tita
te ,.ea att,-- evii iwhn t to NCO 10.u-1 11 at n1M HI hN
ts thIr"-noi.hand frSCSBatrawhfB'seinesfrom asq niney T y Fiay Tan turdnayeve
theS t So w o-WM thnhO a^eet b ds nelst.forer op en Igh t ed ah d t ieck
teb d hearli n jgwasat f Cumm M b honings Navy 24 th4 Nv Re.-
t o . .. .. .. ontat I. ' " m M " " l d c "
....a- be fe -. IA 9" Obp IU..FNpmosto a) S
tten. Dcaweroo ped* t ot 11.e
u-Z 2 ulrademteti
of so lmUF retileed de-1en Our copetic
led. 4nP. Townand
.. ,.Aug 12(UP) Amadehi s mb ypuadettinag "u
LOI to th-'ob of his wn arks=/. k,.f,' ktor Ve.,H ve oeB
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entire periodU o 7
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bomw &*& Afe Aq ol Oft-
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Immediate factory, Hacknsack or CZ.
Th S1 .PONTIAC hua b afaleolr ords
aand 'tidore we can of t~'CE
We wnt TRADE-INS bt ,J you DO NOT
have car we can offer aV RATrTACTIVE
You Have Nothia To Lose Try Us
Bring In Yor +Car for Appraisal.
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Shipping & Air Line News
iw. Butler and Rep Byrne jrence I. Jacobs; John Johanne-
S8edulmEd to Arrive Monday sen; Msm Lillian M. Justice. A..-
S rator John M. Butler, of:ron Kadoch; Mr. and Mrs. Sarn-
Maryland. and United States I uel Klein; Miss Dolores B. Ko-
Representative James A. Byine.Isan;
of Pennsyh ania. were among th Mr. and Mrs Abbie Lapide:
178 passengers scheduled to saillMiss Hvnda Lessman; Mr. a:iI
from New York \esterdav after- Mrs. Max Levine: Mr. and Mr;
noon for the Canal Zone on the Sydney T. Lindh and two chil-
Panama Liner Ancon. dren; Miss Ada Ludwig- Dr and
Senator Butiler Is to be accom- Mrs. Milton W Lyons- Mr. dat,.
panied by Mrs. Butler and thtiriMrs. Ward T Lvitle and -3':
daughter. Mrria and Congre s.- Eugene McOaughey Don Me-
mRn Byrne Is accompanied by Laughlin; William J Mer a h
Mrs. Byrne. according to the ad-Ulin: and Mrs. Alda L McLeo.l
vance pas enoer list received at iand four children:
..BPlboa Heights. Felix Maduro 2nd son Rouer"
The pa senoer list for the Mr. and Mrs Samuel A. M' r-
southbound sailing of the Ancon icus: Miss Pearl Margolls; Miss
Is composed largely of Canl eIm- Judith Mendez; Josenh R. Mer-
"'t.loyes and their families ieturn- rimee: Miss Sarah Metz: Miss
:..ing from "acatlon in the State" Shirley L. Million: Mr. and MNa
-* The complete advance passenger Henri E. Moehrke and son; Hir-
~1i follows- ry Morris; Mrs Mary Q. Mull, r;
S nd Mrs Crrol An-Mr" and Mrs. Toward E. Mun-
on M Dr. and Mrs Carrol F An- ro; Miss Em ly Murray: Miss Ve-
:'rson; Dr. and Mrs .T T Ash- ,r'ra Murray; Mr. an:' Mrs O0-ral,1
HDr and Mrs Julio Aturlas IL. Neal and daiflhter- .Lois
F son: Mrs Httle Penlamin" Nichols:Mr. and Mr-..willf'm J
ST s Herberta Benlam'n. Mr iNickisher and two.c.1~,l'en:;Mr.
i Mrs Georqe W Pl,)nd and Mary Jane Non "r*"I.two clil-
Stw c'hildren- Mr and Mr'. R'bo dren: Mrs. Mav O'Oonnel: Dr
.rtJ Potwnrl-'ht and three chil- and Mrs. Charip- ". Officer and
tlen: Mr and Mrs I-rlore son: Alphonso Orriro:
S]lomfield- Senator and Mrs I Miss Kathe R-"rrw" Miss Li'-
."oin tMarshall and daughter: Ilan Restaino: .Or'-rd I. Sam)-
Reo. J"-tres Bvrne and wi E: sell: Dr. and Mrs D.vid Penzer
Mrs Doris T Crrlcon: Miss nl- and son: Miss F'ora-.e ,hi-r'-
ta chambonnet: 111- atf"'rine ler; Mr. and Mrs Theodore W"
7 Clark- iMr and Mrs Josep' Schrridt and two cHildren;, 'r:
w. Coffin Jr an,' fie ",hildrein Muriel FL Shaw nd two c'
S'iss 9vl'la R. Corn; Mr. and dren; Mr. and P.M'. Pheldon Fl-
'v--. Paul Crpreli -- version; Miss P!-nn, C. Spin-'
'r. and Mr' FranL- E Dav ner: Mr. and MrD JErei GI
Pr-i ten daut'te Madeba Ani 811Se and three ecihirt'le: I
P r-rret "- Ruth Denton nd 'and Mrs. R'cherrWd c+ .'+"v.
thr.pe hildpn i'ss9 Geneevve and two children- Richard 'V.
P*re- Mrs. MI'r" V Dvbbs: Mr. 'Tatelman: Mr. "r-' Mr, F '
rharle' A nubbs an'd two &cb- TelewEki and son- Mrs. "In-','
dren: Mrs f-rPce I. Edmonso.n Wacksmen; Mr. nd IP "- u
Ur.. p,-csell A Edwards an iweintriib: end Mr ard IMrs
St-u utr- ';7: M'rv Fan" D B. Wheeler.
rharles A Frnlaw: Mrs I-Iael: _______
SFr-': 'i.rs. loretta r. Geddes:
M- Mr-el J. illroy;: Rev Daniel a W f
SA. ilrov: M!*Q Laura Gilmore; 'VI ,
a'-4 Miss Madoline Green: 'i
S.rned Mr.s. Charles W
S "imond and three children;
I "s Meriverite Hann" Louis F.
*a, H-ris: Wolter M. Hartman: Mr.
* n'd Mrs. Roev L. Hearn and two .
of :chItl'-en: Miss Barbara M. Hick-
, .,--: Elias HIime: Miss Iels,1 MC ATLANA, .Arg. 12 (UP -
:0 -oiden' Dr .Toht E. Hi',me: %r. Gov. Herman Talr'-?e said Io-
.0: anfd Mrs. John Iard: Miss lo- day hbe woU 't cr11 speclele!e--I
.. .-L- ----- -. tons In 'Ohathunm nd Pumt-r
counties to fill two acancles 'n
r Ask CAthe House of Representp.t!ves
O Asks $50 0VV caused by deaths unless there
were greater demand.
i _iags For Bias t
one n ifgiter l>i)Q ue3 th
SIffered On Trip Talmadge said that since theri
would be only 25fvs in t N-
o WASHIGTON. Aug. 12 (UP) vember session of the Legislatu'e
A California Negro asked the; and very little statewide obl'ilne'
,E InterstEte c-m--ercp commission he thought the counties 'Would:
,- today to award him $50,000 dam-! be happy to be soared 'ie ex-
S ages for descrimination he said pense of such an election
he. he suffered on i eros u ttry IHe added that Chathpm Coutn-
bus trin tv Would have two reprienta-
3 3en Middoxi,.U_3. geles, tives and Sumter one in tt No-
sought the damages. suit, I veniber session.
a ains; Ore.\nound Corp..ktrd a Rep. Ernest J. Haar, Savan-
s- bsidlary operator' ot tit bus- nah, drowned off the coapt of
lre. Savarnrh Jtlv 4in a boating ac-
He charged that. on a trip ctdent and Rep. J., Earl Cartel
from Los Angeles to Texarkana. of Plalne died of nptura causes
T'ex., he was forced to give up since the last legislature sssior.
h's sept in the front of the bus
at Dallas. He said the bus driv-I By golly, you did it again.
er ordered him to take a baci: -Vice Adm.. Joseph. (eelko)
seat. Bu he said. all the rear Clark, to Ll. Guy Bo lobn
apats were taken ard he wasi who had jusf 'hot dowg his
forced to sit "on some tvoe of. fifth Communist night Vhter
hump or lump" at the rear of plane.
Maddex said seats. were avail- I'm riding on a cloud pnd I
s' ah'e at thp front of the bus at never want to come down.
all times during the trip from -Ben Hogan on his New Yorkr
z Dallas to Texar-.ana reception.
S3. 4cHmUi WELE Planeteer
b t r
WS THE BUNK--A jeep bM s M -iim bek to thU G.J .
deMpite the tight queen m nd bawd "!a"ttUre." A tank driver,
he'd just finished an exhausting tour I duty near Panmn2Jmm
fvgrybojy ISaJ. Clasifjed
A Good Question
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ifl^E14 u. 12 hitfullym too-
one of void more
O two ; Giea lta The l light on
.hanht t i why u.anble to CHICAGO, Aug., 12 (UP) --
Skeep IltmnUmanion Tne Execut.ve Coaoncil of the
O, loeodshed, oi. I' n the' 1dt Adairsi ble toay teoMmended suspe-nsion
S s At the ae I dis- or sonme-bet 1 the cordon of the Inte. m national Longshore-
el clouedehern of officers, men's Association until it
ir Jueluh, r u vv They survive cleanses itelf of charges of
?l fr onr b ofeasily ta teal < ageno racketeering and gangsterIsm
401 b, t eksoin ro staviln I a rge uI oC. H. Gare a- tl-ta FBI on the East Coast.
e daIe cor- Since killed US. Deputy office said, by eat berries or The recommendation will be
w Ie; ^ hete by a foreta. l r aldlg it quiant. cod balore the AFL conven-
ASS -"a ofternl his ofrt e -T man tionuin St. Louis rext month for
bMrnocar, dt had Juelich pushed final action.
blw cw will be been foudu't67d his swimmer was nut e eeavehtlea vstly fete
crime p r odward enou h na call on lows the lead of the eounell.
Larsonr Van- that AFL President George Meany,
b- lIngeiat aI twe hills. Pro Mtrained who heads the council, said the
gaa vry i ? ta suspension vote wus "the miler
o u eofm of re- hostie tmsa ,tS on. of the two steps we could have
T_-Nlit oorts of ihlvnz 0 n, taken'-the otner being out-
la been s- 1. e of them t killers, right expulsion.
clubWht "end. Evbly e had been tI e- He said the council voted to
at (vicous. kt r commOM aport of give tMe ILA "a little more op-
S eIr vicious ae of avannh that te ortunity k do things they say
e lte Qittheir pf G third er. Th!they are trying to do.",
-i ghtokid 30yeararlier had"This Is no the final step,"
:.'P PW S""I.n;1S been d;victim of he warned.
#1n wnuin Juelich Under a suspension the ILA
at.- Wh, 100,000 Pe Me wasere an thej The PR t the suqa- would be stripped of a vote in
xatfal a ,.o n iceous at s nal had AFL affairs, would liose the
4e hld Air Force e been lo1 t tor court rights and protection riven to
Aug ldto .- ,lWeM, ftP1.1gA. 12 iet ope h and identlfe d 0- t per- member unions and would pay
... 1...le n:'no dues.
gIRK 218-SThe Uitle Bbb s ed tn-Vughn, w Saturday Although the convention
bemPCr Weonray dtentl1 by iths hope a while t g d Larson migt be expected to endbrae
-of o Faer MIu.ld --mane Withoat Words hideout will tt'gI from lash ,. ., where the council's recommendation,
,1.A. f1nce. 4:15-4. l Parad .From t. .. Mr they had been ted of in- It was pointed out that the I A
w11as -4:ae t. a Your u rite Herhert -tuF ade an apueS terstate agto.lh the Atlan- still' would lh an AFL member
iluaI :for her son ender lich ta penitetsi to tart serving at the St Louis meeting and
:3:. at A l:.- itesVwas to be atdover redle five-year ee nl- prslsumably could lead Its case
stations th ,ndrthwn era e t out 6f the Weore delegates.
eT'N6., S A rose aof thn offl- Hlghtower as eaptft. The mar- council was dissatisfied with tIe
*LINGthr .R e4.l .t lfrom time president. J Ryan, to
':4*L-T.J* Btaford Show ur 'd r t the aw its
7:.4 United nocentIn, .armed SW regard a written report sub-
a. sah aS w Vaughn own Splastly, mkted by Ryan Ju ly 27 or the
0-R alon "praying for" her son an4 asked to kill hid. argument he made I4 n person
o.1 -! daYs aya-efIetlive action."
api.M. T-eany said tcounclwas
: Hour commend atsusp on of
o: 310.' t s, theehi~-,tUWunionnabesuteasit
tocpmpl Mi ghi r0fal til.".
the- ttougoVtIN bhad Thursday, Aug 13 b 4 s
ter tar t e r
8 Y "Ia
mrt today. ,. ,
Itu was h un-
wug ay M otefUMe" P1-
rnet l he
et see what all the fuse
C-1 14 m Ft, 4 iEl
e t the Griatblt lso
man terry will also be ont
As be 3d Battalion began
move ,aat. ex t date othe e
en,_ mB mbers O n
turn in eqi nt 'and p
paring to "m ae out."
Enlisted personnel who1willl
return to the ..Urftqd Sttes
the unit is inoIvated are be
transferred Wb enr ufts h
in the Zone. the Interim 1
provisional unUt, the 7448th I
Fort Da hte been estabib
ed and d us be of the u
will be tnMufwe tot. pend
lath do the t Midcane In Mex- Hammond first met Carmensa
le C4I. He teim ved a total of 10 years Mo, when as a girl of
fIY.tLvyMra In Mealeo and 1, she suered a crippling at-
ham dl a number of tack of polio. He was a mning
aBmlU g .t4efe. He has taught engineer In Colombia at the
Ait rVassar Collee. time.
New York University and the Hammond sent the girl to
Univer ty Iexio. and was Wam Sn 8prng Ga., for treat-
Sf ettecture met. nd lWewntuallt recov-
at o Modern rt ared antolrn to help
Iln Nw y0. otaer victims of the disbase.
---- Now Carmensa has come to
Church Of Saviourth une te to learn the
Churc h Of VIOUr sklls of a pollo-tighting angel
r*- U rL:-*p of mercy meile can return to
C up Worship her natUvt Colobia to treat
Hou rW vot Su me victisof disease.
OUr or Sumnmer Carmenms. dressed in a blue
suit and white blouse, and
The Sae of the morning-serv- wearing n e hair done In the
ice at the scolI Church of Ameican style, was
changed crry bouquet of
i.fl. owre i t Cpped off
.H Peterson the plane.. .-
Bv-the-Sea She aiP. H m d poked
l l the re- tly in 4 .Hammond
pastor, the said u bo.' a tto o Bhim
in Se=tumW- uifirst
the mintf- bet ad there
oshuldnottfy girl for her
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peted before the council Mon- union bcnes seto~ th"
day to attempt to lustify their crews who will get wott
clean up methods. to witfepresd abuse.
What Ryan told the council' Ryan claimed the "tzasr
wae not revealed. but the ILA now Is use in oniy I5 s
nt told newsmen he had of hirings.
done much to minimize the no- After charges of crlms.
torious "shape-up' system of corruption were levelld
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon ,
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No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS .
Household Automobiles D. vs. ,bm a s.II IS iS.. Phillip. Oc nside
SWrite Al-ehellne Amemymmea. ag Clara, Box 43
FR SALE:-Household ftLrn,,urebA C f SALE -Engl-.h standard 4 door 2031 AsC.. C Z. Panama 3.1877.
washing n',0,,, All0W,', 1 :.. doj r, b'ock 1947. Duty poad. P n m .
nd 4 to c .e':' Ja, Ho. .e :17 .' .:.od ond'i1on Must sell. Leaving DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Houses an beach
.ad Curu4 ., :- 38"i .,r rearer offer. Apply 0313 Central Avenue 'K" Street cOr- in COOL Camppna
.Curu - C-abTe Heghts. Ancon. ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama. Phone SHRAPNIEL
FOR SALE: -Wet h-. F-.-- __ or e cretak-er th
'c or ,'A5 .l: -- r.icr.a.rh c .ji '- R S/ALE -Oid-mobile 88. 1951. Try your luck! Scme.
condition H 8 h Irdrormah Good tres, good with our merchandise clb Gramih aetarC
on ,. Col 83-3197 after .30 ALMACEN LA PARISIEN tag. Electric
FO. Second t t. ,'ga.'.. l Call 3-3,197 afterr-4.30 Central A enue 113 moderate rates. TePinde
FOr -,.-,, -- i L GamboV; 4-567, Ped d,
refrigerator. ....r. LE 1951 Ford Victoria Willams' Santa Clara M
2716-A, ,c..:c.l T l. AL..c.. ,6- Excellent :nd,l,on. has radio and FOR SALE 2 idoams. refrl' '
6292, Sol k,:.. ,qe h*. e o lle. Leasrig Isthmus ron Blboo -30 -
F'hone dol. to 6 p. m. Cuundu Miscellaneousan Ba we3n
FOR SALE:--Four bu...e, g. -,,E 134--M cund
Double bed.IS SELL.lebe F~ tOR SALE: Beautiful intelligent Foster's Cottages. PhOi
Dorien P.ace o. L' ST S best oHer who, n tree German Folice pup 8 months. Vac- Santa Clara. Phone l
,1;. 19X- Ford Coupe. radio, new
FO -SALE:-- ,,,,, ,,Icoom. t I -acinaled dstemper, rabies, licensed. FOR REI
oSALE '-M..drrn ,,,rnonom botier. motor oJerhfailed. body x--3195.
"tional' si 'u....n:, fn,.- r,,n," ce'le~ t. Coil Balboa 2-2159, 8 to
months: 4' .:
'Qtrs. 224-E. .)..- S .-I, FOR SALE- HUNTING DOGS FOR H1ous"s
broo,.l Fk SALE -1951 Chevrolet Sedan SALE -Four female puppies, three FOR REN 3 b m
-*- --9c0 C-hetrolet convertible, months old and two full brown FOR RENT:-3 bedroom dcrh ,r i
FOR SALE-- '2 .ler b:k ir. iee I ,' -.tlbe cash sale Phone Panama dogs. Contact West Side Hunt San Frncisco. Fumwi .
30" x 42 '.'. .'. .cC'..' 7 or 3-0763__ CLub. Willam R Moore. Tel. Cu- fumished. Inform V
es 0. M. -1ihu .1u lr5,2..V I
00 each;. n..'"e ei: < rr. For' SALE -- 1951 4-door usom rundu, 5215. House 2164-B, 8th. Porras. .
15 Cycle, 5 -' ..:,-.n bombt Fc,,damac Ford with ocrogane. $1. St. FOR RENT: Modem choaW, two
new. 6 ponel 1- c ol 3? 00C. See at H. S 1579-B, FOR SALE-50 empty steel barrels bedrooms, maid's room, $140.00.
chairs drin'..g, -? eoch gr.dc, G c..,ln Ar,'. after 4 00 p. m.. $50 each F O.B. Bajboa. The Texas Via Esparia No. 2024. Miguel Hya
hose 50 t cOl.ic .-.. :... -1 c.h.:r c 2 S_____ Comoany tPanama) Inc. Tel. 2- phone 3-4844.
lawn sprir.,.ier Ron K.rg. 4.j 00 FOR SALE -1950 Ford 2 Dr. Sedan. 0620. FOR RENT:-2 bedoom chalet, Uv-
House 5C; An.:n. _____ .rh radio i.000.00. H. S; 2531 FOR SALE--Lionel Electric Trains. ingroom, porch, diningroom, kitch-
FOR SALE:-L'c',.:iered I .ngrroon- C Cocol., after 4.00 p. m. Phone transformers 125 cycle) and at- ep, garage No. 4, Samuel Lewis
Set, Simron, ,.to-bed 2 Ch.r:. 3 -. ___ tachments. Phone Balboo 3339, street, fac.ng Tile Foctory Pa-
shmall'to-le:. n.ohoga., wo,,drcbe FOR S^LE --Old-mobile 8 Cyl. 1948 house 1525-A, after 4:00 p. m. ama. Enquire same houe.
Cdwes, ch.ld oaidrcbe. .:heup. No Cg.. cc.'dilion $850.00. Call 6- Gavilan Road. FOR RENT:-Furnished residence in
ST Via E.Do.o 6 FOR SALE: Fur coat, black, silky Bells Vista, 3 bedrooms, 2 both
Fd SALE: Ne re.gr-ai,>. 6C Cfur. beautiful styling just out of rooms, maid's room, rage. phone
x.cles, half pr.ce. Ancor, Avenue FOR SALE cold storage, a bargain, $50.00. _-00,9 3-3288, Pa__ma..j
86, Apt. 7. Mrs. W. E. Zarn 513, Curundu FOR RENT:-Buutiful modern cha=
PCR SALE:-Ice box, 510. Newly Moloryceles Hghts. Phone 83-2139. let; completely furnished all c-
v .R SALE:_Ie box, $10. Newly ve s mth Rol
,einied. Phone Panama 3.2051. 'OR SALF.-Triumph Cycle T 100 FOR SALE;-Minton China, 88 pcs. VenenceLs. $ 25.0u ahth R
CR SALE:-Bcmb.:o t be ond 6: 00 c Excellent condition. Duty service for eight. Telephone Pan- enceeuied. Hl.
SPaitilla. Tel. 2-3078 office hours.
cictrs. Liv.~,grcom :.l 3 c. er~Il- oa'o $400 00. Phone 2-3463. amo 3-1909 evenings -i
ed chairs. ofa oand i FR.No. O FOR RENT: House with 2 bed-
31st Street. ea or, -e Iar.g Olym- FOR SALE situated Pqrqaa Lefevr, .
SSwimming Position Offiere Avenida Is. No. 45. Call Elion
bnOWAD- : YvRoait A Motors Garage. Tel. 2-1995. Walter
FOR SALE:--Four burner gos tve WANTED: Young lady with good Drakes.
-with oven. 4 erne a, blindi t c FCR S'LE ---2floot power boat for appearance for store work. Must
x-41", noa,.,. cc. ng lamp.. Fo. about price of a rowboat. Call hase experience, speak English FO R N
infoCmotic.'I clol 3l-1 3 I Amo.dor *12.6 or Albrook 2101. and Spanish. good references
FORSALE: 4 tJu-ner o3. ,: FCR SALE -- 13 foot boot, brand _te Box 3161._Apartmen ts
Np.:ge, ding i,:,bl vw h 6 ch,,.- re chocp Phone 2-1358. house FOR RENT: La|gs alartment
dresser W th large m.ri r oal i50-B Gao.lcn Road. Balboa. *nFOR RENT: Large sportment
good ond Te -:-- Wanted Position penthoua l in .ll. Vst. Th
house "76, Ap 4. E ..d..re St FOR SALE bedrooms. Two porch bedrooms,
house76. t E, ,re St Fr S L Panamanian bilingual accounts etc. Call 3-0338. for Information.
St. 5. 0 Ni S Real Estate and Auditor with solid qualif;ca- FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroomo,
to ns, eight years background ex- near Bella VistahSter for two
DORESE WiTE. School of Dance.- '"R SALE -Three hecrores lot in perence onl best references de- couples. Ca 3-1596.
reopening Sept. It REgst aol-r Ce,.c. Azul near the lake Also o s-res poSition with Industrial, com-
August .. I.ht, om 10 0' Ioarge and luxurious diamond mercial or construction concern. FOR RENT-One bedroom apartment
o. -m. to. 4 :' , ~Ilb.a Lodg, br:.:e;: Tel -.3441, Panama. Write Box 70 Panama. only to fallly of two parton. No.
S-- 18, 52nd street, apartment 6,
Sr-, - .- .... SALE --Lois 415, 416, 417, Bella Visto. 4:00 to 7:00 p. m.
48 'nor 'old separately in Los WANTED ATTENTION G. I., furnished modem
Cun b es cn highway. 2,256 meters, WAN Tone, two-three bedroom aprt-
rearyhne Baboa 3339, house 1525- one. two-three bedroom oport-
Ar hon BGa r Road, after 4 p. m. Miscellaneous ment. Hot, cold water. Call 3.
A G r Rood, ter 4 p.m. 4941.
Wke ff .WANTED TO BUY:-Smooth tires.
Suitable for reconstruction "Re- FOR RENT:-Attractively furnished
SE D constructors N.cionol," No. 7, apartment available for thee
M I rd Peru Avenue. Te'ephon 2-0406. months. Livigroom, diningroom, 2
W i Iporches, two drooms, two baths,
S d Idl e WANTED:-One set of women's golf kitchen and garage. Exclusive res-
WASHTNGTON. Aug 12 IUPi es Red eoogy clubs. Call Panama 3-0281. identiol section. Tel. 3-4397.
Se71,etary or Labor' Mirrtin PW .; s WANTED: Congenial couple to FOR RENT:-3 room apartment, new
14,i1n said today he Ls thor eNshare Panama chalet. Call Panama house, concrete. La Carrasqullla.
outhly satisfied ith the Elsen- Russia 3-1409 for information. Enquire Estudlonte 98. Panama.
hot .r administ ration's l1bo.
reeostd .so fPr. Hie aid he wou!d _WARHINOTON. Aug. 12 (UP) WANTED TO BUY: Piano, apart- FOR RENT:-Unfurnished spacious
MWer-ln if he weren'tt -A Yale University profe-'or ment size, studio or spinet, good two bedroom apartment in best
Durl'-n. onlv Drimncrat in the nd expert on Russia said todby condition. inexpensiie. Telephone residenllo district. Tell 2-1661. be-
cabinet. also told news conl.. there are "good reasons" to be- Panama 3-0732 or 3-4992. tween `O00 a. m. and 5:00 p. in.
ence President i,,enhower hn.. lieve Communist ideology is de- WANTED TO BUY- From North for appointment.
".steadfarv held" to h., cam-, caving In the Soviet Union aid American. cash. 60 cycle refriger- FOR RENlrT-.rori September sIt.,
Baign promise to amend the other Iron Curtain nations. ator with freezer, perfect condition to November 31st., completely fur-
Taft-Hartlev Act, despite lack of. The Drofessor. Frederick Barg- Telephone Panama 3-2121. 4:00 nished wo bedroom apartment
ctio sn far. hoorn. warned, however, that to 6:00 p. m. close t.: el "El Panam." Call
He called reporters to his of- the decay is a long-term process 2-1046. George 0. Maduro, dur-
flee to "set the record straight' and shouldc not make us overly ing offc '
ed een in the month, h- IBarghoorth, addressing a Johns FOR RENT: -: Furnished l partment
lhation of the AFL Plumers Hopkins University conference $75, ludng utilities. Phone
Vn%4e. Durkn is on leave a on the Soviet Union. said: "The Ponome 3-2051.,
presdent of the union." Iommunists will not be able to L isi ere FOR RENT>--2 bedroom apartment
S ,he article. signed by the claim that they are riding the at Via POrrol and 50th Street. No
's acting resident. PeterT. e of the fautu re, if sp tl it re on children. $75.00. Call 3-1618.
seman. accused the admin- efforts facts and realities
i'ltwtion of oeing "in the hanls expose the falsity of their
I buattern of plunder." Former Ambassador to Moscow -A hemsphere-wide photogra- ROO
George F Keenan, foremost U.S. Phy contest with cash awardR
Durkin snild the editorial "does expert on Russia, saldmuch the for the beat entry from each of FOR RENT:--Room, private entrance,
S21t square with the facts" and same thing Monday. He said the 21 American Republics had kitchen. bethrem, porch. facing
does not 'renresent the voice o0 Communist world is rocking with been announced by the Pan Edew The Vio Porras No. 64,
.nvonr bit Mr. Rehoem:3nn." restt but that intervention by Amierean Union. telephoner.-2907.
Ak" edIf h' "as entretlya t he free world might backfire hy The contest Is open to all ama- FOR RENT:.- all furniture fo
ledwth th pfident'o atb" forcing the Reds lto close rankq, teur p&Fhotogr'aphers and any a uRr"aeor. m ar r nir t
In ,the labor field Drkicn sol Barghoorn said "there are nu An photographs e P padmany be First. 1
t_ t "ITf I wasn't bst fie Id reasons for believing that 5B.. ...by an individual en- P 3r N9i. 14, prtment No. 12,
'Srisr. what do -Td just present the process of decay of Commu-i tna*ntlit subject matter must 3-0397.-
- i..reslarrtion pnd go back as nist ideology is already well un- be typical of the entrant's coui- FOR R~t-..=NlcIy furnished cool
= atent. of the plum hr s der way." try, whether of people, places or room, .els available. Call 3-1I7
r er He.cited- "defections and re- th~' or 2-1693, office hours.
He, said Mr. isenhower hs volts in Iron Curtain countries," black-and-white glossy
i thoutfulconsid i the conflict between Soviet Printi eight by ten Inches n
i i-,sible charpres In the- claims of social progress and ac-I s' hitherto pub ished, Picc Abandons
trvurrsiao Taft _-Hartle a w aIR *tual achievements, and the 'ev- I"e lugl. ill.
*,.u ers";,';li ,. rea n ten nsion" between e btoe, which should be Att T Form
urerd unon He sid other thne interests of International sent y registered mail, must Tor e
mers.in'ents tn hr0ne "fairness commut'nism which it is trying to have glued on the back the fol- gew C government
^ .a ^'aindlnhr-mn pmooorn said the non-Com- loThefant's name, street, W E^ S1 (UP) Pre-
eicment act are under consider d mst dedicate It- addft lelty. atate and country m l ate Attillo Piccloi
Tbe first session of the 3rd self to the baslc values of free. 2. T1h pleture's title and where .4 sablndoned hits at
o esto ^ inn entn on af doam. free discussion, respect for it wa made. t pt to a w Italian o
C cess honon ,Bio on '- Individual rights and "demon- 3. Typ of len, aperture and r mel cloning th
eris expected tn rem strate to the desperate and im-ahutr speed .ors !' the war- .
t wrleptd o rem patient that the Commuilst 4. pe of film and filter. rJ yea.old Christ
venra changes when Congresabort-cut is the path of self-de- The best entry from each of Dem'and wo
SJanuary. structlon." the 21 American republics wil t ip eer eic
- _receive a prize of $25. In addi- th S'i ..,dent ni
tlona grand prize of $75 will be .larols nearS er
Awarded for the best of the 21 & C p rolr er pre,
I ^ W L-winning photos. In the event of l 'r p
a tie duplicate prie will be
E."Wtanb photo il be pub- n fo
ly maspaile of the P mn Amer- i ... em "t
an ion, with full credit to
r Al thaeould be addr
photh ga pher. They ray al .. ..
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*',The police team was the win- HANK ROSS AI UN
F or ner Ip the aimmatch whichjWINNBB: BIG
ZQ eto2 plae 2at the Balboa FAR FAN NEK~t
Police Ranp between the Bal- Hank Ross seed notce
aun lb and the Police the rest of the boys that he
S.Popular Chocolate II gets an- te and 748 for the in future handgun
Bukesother chance to climb back in- Gun Club (an 18 point differ- he compiled a score 4
to the boxIng limelight Sunday ent. win Sundy ptol
night when he will substitute This match was the third and Far Pan. This match w
for unbeaten sidro Martinez a- last in the contest w h the the 50 shot combined C
ti A41- galst ocal Bantamwelht Gun Club challenged the Police Perry and 50 yard "
-, Champ Melvin Bourne in the team. The Polie team won two course, with 20hot P
80 1 featured r26-poud ten-round out of three matches, therefore, latter distance.
,A main bout at the Colon Arena. being the winners of the con- Hank was content
Martinez has refused to ful- test. way in winning as
fill his contract, claiming Ill- The following are top four other shooters fell
ness. It Is possible that the Co- Scores for each team: side at one stae or
on Boxing Commission will of s course. Capt.
S(T-N) eithr suspend or fine him. POLICE nolds of the Marine
Sd ChoolateI, has fired 445 to take
8-2 TE Y '--'.TS been training constantly since Hayes 198 Frank mIey's 441 was
'COMPhis last appearance when he Engelke 193 third.
was kayoed by 'Marrinr was Frear 192 Their were also &warda Se
SImmediately signed pro- 8tewar 183 sixth, tenth, thirteenth
Sh 0 mater Ramo "Curre D- eighteenth, and thee were
eter* ,I man to replace Martine onedp b
Waug,,.h Bourne, meanwhile, has con- dox. reape lively '.
tinued to display steady Im- Krapfl 197 This omi uny A
lysprovement and plenty power Lucas 188 16th. starCuhayp a
during his workouts at the Pan- Turner 185 there will be a lo t fr,
S8 0 ama Gym. Melvin is working Lute 178 bore rifle mach. bbre
hard In order to make a quick Bid 1Iayes. Canal Zone police- in this match will nountf
ob of his bout. mn, shot the bet score, mis- Club rle championship for
A convincing victory byng only two shots out of year o all shooter who
AA Bourne over -'Choco" could put total 25. He scored 198 out of a scores in the registered
him line for some juicy bouts posble 200. nament earlier this ear
later this year. The feather- Krapfl. Balboa Gun Club, take part, as score
Sweht class boaststhe best ed the police team eprt mount for th club chm
talent on hand locally in un- shooting 197, one poinrbe- ship, rifle, ai calibre.
beaten Martinez and Pedro Te- hd Hayes. Bunday' match will be a
413-) mpanl-New t DelCerm uw o eIght-roner betweenur in two misfires n his run of match.
as ..st GObN-x beaten L Samels ande a terg at thflne "ruoig man." aperturesh or o t sihtan
..i by awkins, coulturnout11o Most'trouble for the majority no scones of e any kine
beust as good a bout or even te p the mil
terrific punches and can profile for only three seconds. gadgets will not be peitt
.sd h e loto The ma.kamen shoot it five This is a- tough match, M
;,.,f-... = 7 I changeange punchTawhichm."kes times from a ready position. may easily result oe
e iernlI And ;r exctin battles. This Is o ne After the "contest, rs r ee l r t
*Jt"'".. ..ightl tha seems a sure-fire ments were served. M a j o r championship race begtp
Tey six-round'special" be- exhibition. Ah rer let of 255 ot o 0
AL. .Q1 .. Rodru ...... his gun. bes. oHays proved as to sbe soany c nd.
"'1'; bweter tat etr he dies try their skill with This tone butayer areo beum
IL:upe Pm POP" chtt t'128 pounds fi-e a shot as her husband, ring- One poor other sre -.
,s n) s rim b btwtanwCanto ind Joe sho Ingu th c erf
S*- a ~a Q rd by telEl t dSd1 to make a 126- Major George Herman of the pionp aw dt '"
S. Police fbree will personally and that e
bleof Fla. provide the ammunition and sure will be bilt up on
h.the Police Rage f another nerves, while sweating
Ow"from o-- 1 A' A .lboa, -C.Z. contest to take p lace ~between are uto he the bie gS
~from uC kb.-OfMia m._iFl.the two teams #bpteinber at up for tae 30 i shots! .
SR9m a.m. The ratoge is on OavilanThe sacor s psto
I@were c 2. x his 1#2 ,, Papagalle. CG Road. -match Werzad fe!ac0
0g0r0 frMiiseda m, 264 o allDro hIm _
.eg fish ed betweenP tot hUI -I Mame.a.m... a yarfr Slow Im M
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rp Striplng 88
.Four Ro Brewer 159 98 87 92
ns43.1d.w jamab uris CommisO .t..u. 161 91 89 87
'... it s a r aw ori to eura- ~4""InSNMconmle 14 18 892
-,. .1,- nt r Pod tfrfronf.8other futee 71 5" th le 168 9
"-f.- lrio .u u of Mirafi. Cda- S or i liage1g0 96 95 2 870
Sa a, fo h ,foros lbBla45 rlb. sber5
"WWI 4.1 Lucas11le1391 89 82
at Fwse. toiylacogrfled Sept. 6"" -oo.en. _trai 134 98 96 7
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'OA .I* rAa rblone whole a Oletau aedsb tseo Ktt a 154 to0 80l r 7o
I. l tr oP ama Flurids t Com mis- _o J_ to eakeft a Newacomer 123 81 83 72 .
.wte. iWit 1.3 I_7. al vm. ee appupt Gn7ed
.. for hsd lb. Black MDa. eeornpar: lbru ad as T roo ps,
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'-- -...am enh. .jor his 92 t tn the Re- 33rd,3i45th WinnOere1r
Sql ere will eetlhaTroop cipoord the magi ofe n the ga,
hnewh "l e-fNron slrsVsmes of thed ledthe 1 4 Mon-dof the dalq.- oo
o. seonm niue ofA"04-earo nhrea Aed otnrceK gmes t ru2 h fi8t
3ew. lld"r"m ila er.oar nu-rrnehts -oe- pt 5hu Tog
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"" (3So_ "Thed- lao bolared on th ipnan b dpO nd te Ort Kobbe gymnasums,. nine heeachr
Wht.m athe p.by V lla(- 34).thehdAr the7 The 4rMsd Canak 178
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II,.l tosal that will parti2- and the 03ad AAA Daat- going away. 3 rarl, h.,
o.ntrewery Troops captured the bu once again t
WCollere. Thet 52-51 advantage. their opponents to ive
i .' f~i feature thePa- ', the UAmador quintet In the final half, only ea i .
cti6- po quintets. t of Vback into the lead and ing the last quarter. B .
osident of for the remainder of Moore anyd, d paMa
," imnmerce of d dtU'est A total of 51 fouls the 45th with 11 potat ,
the first bath.eWStht de4
=17. .." wil e during the cottwhile Henry 3blnaki M "
Willbemwil and i mTroopers were guljty 28 lick with eight.
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i unr soked s PARIS. Aug. 12 (UP) The Communist signs sta rated ap- go nmet
Ei.- inowet asked powerful Socialist Party de- hearing in Paris: su.it ed by'
heaavestera to a handed today the virtual sur- -The rich are getting richer, Federation o
td. xpe1ne-cing i. 'render of Premier Joseph Lanl; while America bleeds the pooriwhich appeal to
Wd vig r' so that goern- 'on his plans for economic re- with the Indochina war." demfistrate the'tk
S pending durn, ute cur- forms as a series of general The Army and steel-helmet- opposing the "a-14
rel .cal ,eai could be "pro- strikes by millions of workers in ed riot police set up emer- Icter" of the
)a reduced. government and private indus- agency transport yeai for with -a 48-hour,!r
Secretary James C. try threatened chaos, workers still on the job. Police .
said the appeal was With all France In the grip distributed mall, dBen to U' t wor
.at avowidlng te ncca- of the worst strike crisis in 17 strikers who dIEat. know lnlosin'
.r I]# all sessions on Con- years. Socialist leader Guy Mol- whether a knock on c he door i* pr
a. consider an increase let headed a delegation of Na- meant an arrest warrant or a ey pro
ana onal debt limit, 'tional Assembly Socialist De- letter, a
Unitea Press theck of the puties who called on Laniel 1 that of
*i&Wi departments showed a with a list of demands. Almost all the 2000,000 gor-
A i;ious willingness to try to Two million employes of ernment workers were ordered The7 iWokM
-aI the President's request State-operated enterprises on to leave their Jobs, These. In- ptOtstingi
m reservations about how strike, and Socialist-sparked un- eluded 250,000 m asere, the I I- w 1 -iid a
or- economizing is ad- ions called for further walk- 000 gas and .l cO ty. employ A, i for
to t e outs. i the 32,000 Paris A u ald bus .rstio. '
government will have to The Socialt delegation db- workers, ther6A mewwaof c 210111111.Jjob
spending by an esttmat- manded that Laniel bow to the the nationalised alwaysy. ,he Bitk in the p
1l000 .aO 000 bet-.,, een now mass protest of labor by: f non-emergency employees o h-.
n.d Januarv to avoid cracking 1. Withdrawing all "menac- pitals and the sanitation depart- BHA lBA 'i -"
tlie debt ceiling ot dipping into ing" selections of his reform ments.
desired :ash re..,rves. Experts program aimed at economy in The subway and Ibus work- 'Mll dW y, Ag.3
beleve this will be difficult, if government. I era began a 24-heur strike lth t '..
flDt Inmpossible. 2. Opening a campaign for a today. 1:01 a.m. ...
I No sign of possible major new round of pay Increases for Communlst and Socialist-led 8:18 p.m. p.i
new %conoi.ies turned up in the all French workmen. .----------i...-.-__-
departmen: survey. 3. Ordering a halt to arrests .
,InIt said cordially at a news work. ld I Ev A .-f
__o__ s mounted to a daln re from labor s. that,
eenas e Gu temr ltecr s to his government to implement
Wirl Entertanw in d He scheduled a fireside chat .
At A" s I "Hto the nation tonceiht to e-x .
m o oIndustries and services t us e
Starting tonight the "Las far affected includes railroads, .
uatema.cas." only girl Ma- madecid telephone, telegraph. '.
ba show in the world, will miesno subways, buses, shipping,a-
appear at Army posts across the airlines, gas electricity, hom -
pitals and sanitation.
.A in native costume con- Socialist-led unions called for chat
pkte with daners snters and further walkouts by workers in
the marIizIt, the girls will open clothiesg industries, banks, i- z
at the Fort Aniadoc S.rvice surance, docks, metallurgy, de-
C at 8.l p. m. partment sores and technical
Startinoow night they will departments of cludewspapero.ds
move to the Fort uldwillk Thea- subways, buses, shopping,
appear at Aeyv posts acroup theIrlrlines, gab, electricity, hos-
tr for a show at 9:15.tals and sataton
Alli tve costume, c Downed Over K eorea
te with er singers and furtheussir wa lkoutemanded s by ull w orker -.
the m m the girls will o pen clothing indu yestries, banks, y r t
W V VK V^ the Fort Amladlo tre suransport plan shoe t down over
bb. At 8:3p .M. apartment stores and teelanleal
oe toKorea ust For before the Theighting
In a note handed U h. Am-
p ort taksaied Red ci 2 n when of a disaster situation the Jodt T cfisaster Comithai
'arday evening the te and Distaff have set up child roupen lsDdi ottoi O t
*w co mllee back to a n c the Pacific- t h e th ei
the posit. for their o th e performance e ere
mary of the Soviet not e, has o he Distaff Coordindulet for Ma' Uinilalnqdh but c iet
bethe ForCn recelayved hereton S a spokes- the Joint Task Force on Disaster W d ncsry
m an said, emand dedion on wheth Conm- ro. at Fort Aadr tody r homes
Uniter d States pl will b e made later urged all military dependents have pete
Negotn tons ovan er the Russiadown ov th children to famlarie ad
Kotransort bve now reach t he tfighting meves with the t r saf-t of their
an Amec note han B-d bomber shot Am-lated atomic attk r
down byrt was ve Rused Chia n fightersldre n, and to release e scheduled for 'a ~# t le-nthe- ce
hJapan July 29. n h e r-e Aug. 20. hbrho ara a2e alAo 'A-W
t The Un ited St ates has de- rs. attle P. Marshall point- e who arex
handed s %ompenesathoi for thea-d out that child care home -re-Ad
Ma .oary of the Soviet noteoeerr r the timh Distaff Coordained lt ,o".'. ,"but It
benof tree!ved here. a spokes- the at Joint Tasid work Force oand child guisaslrd- 'i eary'
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