The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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CHARLSTOW, .&C., Aug. 14 -1P*, lrrian e D-n,
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speed tWie with a tem*st of 100 mph whido boiling inr
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jwrs warwsme4 that te sMnf hurricane
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sit wu, .bex-o wr tra I wierut ou "-M. edthillsupp by the ad lWI of a
aryto. row, Momug. were in f,0?. eastern socAi others4re beg ased ter
I along the t Ild Carolina toy, spreadig Ilang i 5 Odtios at the
i.e or rricane fotte to-tonight wit rain of up to four hospital.
r early tomorrW. the inqh more. Weathermen suggestion w. this
"r jdV rm aiod. Tides wa v i that, rivers over moat of aSjm o rh eggs a Utp"
auing high ahead r. the the sate uma rise rapidly to- tie lone er sh9rtex 1e4-
morrow. wgDen What they are msuppos
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coau w en. b a s- There In, let us say an egg-
IWIvaca B, OaL, boar-ed s shell, Is the whole story -.a
Sr o Sli etly Delayedncuere by a maof
:Ak 'in `6 Diu triMeoou addilce and wordage.
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or lf 1 PI m Tomorrow man raneed in ti su' -
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scheduled to arrive at 1 p9. 1&Wy et-ellent suggestions
S W water ptomoeraw aSt Crtb with' 1 have been received by patients
passengers, acord8 to rib but nonh has e needed in brevity
advIde:pftpm the ahip. and clarity that on boiling eggs.
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MBITHDAT PORTRAI'-4 -talIn's Princess Anne smiles pret-
tily lor a special porfualt on the oco-on of her fifth h birth-
day. The Princess is wearing ap linen dre"j edged with
FBI Is wnvestiga p ing

FBI Is Investigating

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CZ bombing G
Is zei IKecoverL Guns,

For Tmorrow A Sten

A simulated atomic bomb will
explode in the vicinity of the ad-
ministration buldl= at Romn I
Nava Station tomorrow morning|t :
to officially set into action d-
saster control exercise, Jackpot raI S U-
IV B, Headquarters -Caribbean
Command announced today.
This will be the second of -- -
three banned Jackpot exercises
being held this month to provide LONDON, Aug. 16 (UP) Scotland Yard todN-
trne for all military covered "the bulk i not all" of the weapons and gM
Tomorrow's disaster scene tion stolen in Saturday's Irsh Republican Army
'problem w be sar under the kpl;I; .
problem t ao uetr.h Arborfield barracks near London.
direction of Rear Milton 1
Miles, commandant 01 the 15th Special Branch detectives recovered the lot :
Nava District. house in London's Caledonion Rid area. Ki.' i: 0:
Disaster etrel form from The case was broken early t eday by armed
A oolb.rk T 6 su who had been keeping watch on a vacant store i
,irt ofe"lu eben Cledq~polq ion Road. .. --
-Caribbean "We have recovered the bulk, if not all, the
will move wito .. .
t er ,ad Ie .en h and ammunition stolen in the Arborfield raid,"
stor disasa control operation Scotland Yard spokesman. .
puric frm th a eedm. Britisah police sources warned Park arso n Watl
Pa Canal .Zone have been in- today that the outlawed Irish were Iv .e off before.
vited to observe the exercise. Republican Army undoubtedly eg.. ae ny "rm. .a. -
on receiving word of the di- "Was.lss- w s7 to ckplle ari.nsThWish rld IsfO.
master, the A brook and obbe for large-scale future ope t- scent by Ilth Repu
forces will be dispatched bY mo- tion" in its campaign to ed commandoes tr
* tajh control point#. These Minister Anthony 5d4 The
points will serve u a cmmanSd held a speciaLeabinet sail. i .. 0.
Posts for the complete disaster last-ight to discuss the RXL'. _S
control operatIons. bold s mga riti
An 800 as these points are es- camps and -a Wr Office state. a l
% .temsa "with 08ige most .Sod now ,'. P ..Pou-.

by,--" v t on by the Inf ce the taw .a .7 0 m vc
S"t I sad the DpEtment of "h Alement" exerts in oN r t udt u to Op teI
I".. .n t .. j.t.ce anti-trust di li. b18 aMi named several indl- one of main ob a. t of e S00e04,st-IM Wa gsWI
S Bei St ha ..he invmestgatlodiMwere- n-v asmnembers of this ele- the preseri--eries of e n- In."....kt hi tPo I at ex
.m ws b.Ai?..o. g ported for the first time yeter- meat. erises is to put In opeton the ft
A whilcet e. od 10 zueu I1 day bY George A.. Barton in a distaff o toe up o
SDpir4t t m. a a report to the National Boxing He Sla. he had reason to be- the many military dependent I rn lat omme
thk over 4 .. W lWthelr aumbl r of T=- Ae- ciation convention which lieve thl. Frankie Garbo "is a the Canal Zone. eais here not ment. sale t e
, i)s.. an1" 'J P d was gp W lgli treal, Johannes- concludes here today. powerful figure in boxing as un- These organizations are com- A Scotland ard spokesman,
grai o Cone i Ca petown. em 1- e dercovwdletator and manager." praised o tary nd civilian asked to comment on the al- e against a ar
at als. er theDeprt- Brton, fmer -president Bare aid Carbs e ve e first aid and leged master lan said, "we housing 2,200 men o two
Sthe ln, He t k State as offer In of the NBA, ade tb- had beS luked by some ring other training necessary in the know nothing out it at all. Artillery training
The ....s -. of ,Stateas it in of- atheNr SAmade .! The reprTwereea repeartsVero.=d by y Innorther.n.-
uIt _he se n, fied t of Burma Affairs and of- re after the e.ventiu s"' expfer *ith Jake la Motta, event of an actual distaster. The reports were carried by Rhyl in northern ales
thi s chnlederheusen, faed to re- flcer charge of Philippine and Inusly adopted a msotifn formn middleweight cham- in tomorrow's operate DIs- the Daily Mirror and the News The five commanO .
cSlag done, So, to uhe o-..t, 8u th Aalan Affairs. 'a ln .or a .Federal probe of p10 1 M.-Gavilan, ex-welter- taff organizations from Al-. Chronicle. .luk. s Ipto t
ship on which he is-lited a 4cly and his family have'been raetsering to the rag world. weight king; h ea v ywelght brook and Fort Kobbe will ad- The most stringent road e on area on
O It was e terday at, wp utime. b home leave In the United The Justice Department anti- ehampl Rocky Marclano and vance lnte the destruction a- and air terminal checks int r.t- soled oes a
e ship as bound for i His wifeand children will on e the nes Jimm. rea alegde the military ain since the war have been set British ntry. T
was in Ecuador. follow him to Panama at a later atlon'in June,Barton said. But said It would be im- teams to administer first uad up. hand and foot
on .. te .At tat tine" he said, "I re-poble prove these charges, and other casualtes assis Five masked and armed men, into a truck.
uiof Red China Stitl .' Atthat tiI he s aid, "I re larg "t nnana w *n-. *
w OrtS ia Banetsaske ta I make aUl- "Do pose Angelo Lopez, brook and obbe to allow moth. -
SoMrred, It AAsh Aield etsm ableto an agent- file.. Oaeor manager: Wil- ers of smil children to partiel-
s thoritative sources Five-DollrR Barton said he was tedb lie *manager of Jimmy ate with thefield teams.
anrel4 it ve-Doller Finel an a ent later and ge him al C t,, r Al Weil Marciano's Last we k's exercise, the first
t.. s o to win f a?- the details he had about the op- n e, would tehl you or me, of the p iunt series known
Sd 1 A c Ni Cluttering up the windshield rtions the _Intern oal nuhls sign affidavits thatJackpot AVA, resulted from
d... taled in Conum hina do hi bus with a sign board Boxing Club and the lterns- Carl_ was their partner? Not on simulated atomic blast at the
SThese sources sad Chinese Am resulted in a $5 fine for tional Boxin Managers utld. your lITN Panamai Depot at Albroot -
b reBador Wangu Ping-ua devoted aWv gston McFarlane. Barton said the ederal au- because the job of "driving vi- Air Force ]He.-t
Th moso dtday two hors The 33-year-old Panamanian thorite were needed an In- cila aeracters like Carbo out Dister control forces from Biti under the c
igsmeeing w ith U.S. Am- charged with havi ng an vesti mton of boxi ndals of b sa too big for the Fort Clayt, AM or, Rodman tatm drugstore owns r ON th -
various maneuvers designed bus. A signt5 x 22 Inches long task for the ;IRA to handle a- aid trot* Minnesota senators Mu- trit and quarry HN n t
force the United States into at an o the front windheld, lone. .. bert -Rumphrey and Edward with the trobl.m staged by the Store owners lrotested yester- ,,.,,k,---
least PtImplted. r thas view.He wuasI"denCe is just about Thy*.. (Contin jam s ge 4, Cot 6) day that the Prict Regulating Is fONdC
t& led C laa l il fr a.. diving du Gaillardw ighWay s 40 eag ing upa g-b of.t he-prim
e all overseas C iese. wheatapprehended. quick e wltaLb as ball 7.. fcent-mot

-.5. Government Agencies Bluntly Quizzed ,.

p On WhetherT y: Are Covering Up Stories
Ci cc rnment depart t qtloare sent duru the last year and who
were- atheduled to held tem. .
SAre wiRUM=aing. What accreditation Is given to
on as to their ascvitles is a unit of reporters of public information
public h. their ht to. group. inlg from news conferencedst
S .. .according to no'. ants Are wa ards the
a.. that to protect national curity in t forf Ive
-of I -_- who. -M a .n- the eve nt of "off -the-.cord"
P sms CaRS! Compare or atdiscussionm? to
ay other government agecy on a-th questions asked Who are the spokesmen who
h r m theodWo are exbllOwI- arias publle relations contacts buyers
ist i dled to with Iormation media, ad
of Representativest lbal agencies, what liberties and.respbmsil-to is
It headed. by nd bosem trade tin do they have? Are their an-
M swers to questions backed up
t W blastflu--"- reasons for completely. or subjected later to
mand eudi.ati.on or mpd,,fication? -e.pd.oof alwapos
6f :i .go T I sy -.akm by d&e H the rele i. of important_ toreum
to The subcoml was pa aa d f agencies to pre- Informatlin been delayed forpand
1 beceasCof WOO t asof ithholdbin any particular reason, although

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e received gratefully and gri handled In a w olg
Y -ie contribute a lettr don't be Impdliet if It dm' @UWoW th
l ioy LetterNs aoe published in the order ceivd.
SMdentity of lieer writers is held n strictest confidence.
T eawuwpeespsi no responsibility for staleftmt as ophIle
PeSd In lItesn fom renenrs.

Hot! 100 degrees in the shade and no relief in sight for two
d4ys, so says the weatherman Would be a good Idea to weather-
condition the whole cutlide world to suat ourslevea, and it looks
1l1e it's coming some dLy.
SOur pictures on our alley trip didn't come out too good. Hav-
Ir a-.fcw dozen oIthe Lest developed. We'll see if we can pick a
gQod one for you.
SMy son- in-law Frant Is having g us for a 10lday visit to his
S olt ltBpe in penr.:ylvarno, reaching from Pittsburgh to "Punksy."
S U there he will have to tra.el by bus every 30 minutes. He may
h4ve a time finding hiL way around, as he hasn't been up that
wily for 30 years.
The people in this i.elgt.borhooa sure treat me nice. For in-
tAince, 1 like figs, and many days I find a plate of delicious figs
ort the table, complilme is of Smith o, Brown. I note the Smitha
are first.
S- We are getting for tne past two weeks tromr up around Kerr-
Svlle. about the best nc~ted Bem canteloupes I ever tasted, and
cheap at 15 cents each.
he market is wel: supi-,ilcd with vegetables and fruit, but
S w tn't have to look f'. lts as our uwn man brings It to the door
i ee they are trying to find what becomes of the trout In the
Caldera. Wel' the slide above the Almnirante crossing kept the
wter muddy 28 days, and they couldn't survive the mud that
( .' True.. --Pop Wright.

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used Mineapols traffic law was
imposed recently agant a U1-year-
obcyle rie. Police atds
SWill]am Condr for careless 5d1
CARPET CENTER oe his They saihe eon-
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Labor News

HONG KONG-I've just driven
up into the mountains above Kow.
loon where British barbed wire,
underground bukers, trick air-
fields, jeep patrols and special ma-.
chine gun and searchlight towers
guard this colony against sudden
SCommunist invasion.
SOn the Red side you can see the
barbed wire tence, the pill boxes
Sand the Cbn Soviet flag.
In between thestlsies of good
will in the new era of no tension
are refugee farmers to whom I
talked because they've come down
from the sovie d north recently.
One such fellow had a simple an-
swer. He tried to live under the
Communists. One day the Red au.
thorities came to his blind broth.
er. They asked the sightless man
to pay taxes on his little chicken
farm. The blind man said he
couldn't. He had no money. His
neighbors helped him raise what
little food he did eat.
So a representative of the Com-
munist fatherland drew a revolver
and shot the blind man dead. The
Communist official said a blind
man was no use to a struggling So-
cialist nation. So the blind man's
brother and the rest of the family,
took the family fortune (the equiv.
talent of $1.03) and some 60 rabl
bits and slipped across the border
to freedom. The record of this
rimness is in the files of the Ka-
doorie Agricultural Aid Assn., run
by the Hong Kong counterpart of
Barney Baruch.
There were hundreds of such cas-
es of Insensate cruelty. Some who
have suffered, walk into our Con-
sulate here with horrifying stories
of terror. -
Those I've spoken to all reveal
one thing: Communist China has
been shaky and jittery. The peo-
ple had been turning against the
regime because of these cruelties.
To quiet the people, the Msao
Tse tung government did two
things, even as It talked so pleas-
antly, so civilized, to our en-
he" secret police murdered thou-
sands of educated middle class
people in the past few months be-
cause this is the group which could
plan a revolt.
And the Chinese Communist
propagandists blamed all China's
rouble and terror on the United
States. They've smeared us inside
China, even as they've buttered
us up outside Asia.
The record is there. We called
a truce. They haven't. Further.
more we called a truce at exactly
the moment when the Peiping gov-
ernment was most shaky-and we
;iave given them a breathing spell.
Word from across the border is
that the top Commie officials can't
trust their own Party and govern-
moent functionries..-They've just
ptrged 40 percent then. Stme
are dead, om are in slave bat-

." They
the factors and mines.
Red China's own Miniter of Se-
curity revealed that 450 Commu-
nist officials were killed by the
government in 1914--and that was
a lean season for official murder.
Peiping's own data discloses that
380 of the"a "wore employed in
government" and 18 were high
Commulnist Party officers.
Til.eliYatt national secret po-
le chief a Oriental edition of
the ise anrent.Beria, is named
Lo Ju-ching. lHe is the authority
for the news of even more purges
to come. He said the other day
that "anti-Communlit agents have
Infiltrated into Communist Party
organizations" and that the U. S.
put them there. So there will be
more wauders.
Meanwhile, the Chinese Commu-
nist govemment acts as though it'
were thorouhly frightened of
emne internal force. Key Areas inl
Pelping and. other big cities are
heavily guarded by carbine carry-
ing troops. These sectors are pro-
tected by heavy electrified barbed
Public buildings, which never
had a janitor out front, now hive
armed soldiers in their doorways.
Travel is virtually forbidden. No
one can vacation more than 60so
miles from his home.
Observers report that these jit-
ters have unleashed a terror which
would make the Russian purges of
1936 seem tamer than an interna-
tional chess match.
It is the oplnlo. of our own U.S.
experts in the Fir East that the
latest Red purge was unleashed
whe Washington agreed to meet
with Peiping's representatives.
The conferences took the heat off
the Chinese Communists on the in-
ternational front. They could then
concentrate on such domestic de-
tails as wholesale liquidation.

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times goe--efene
iex s .of Ameri
the iltKi tl
anon enedfn
then Isno place. I
lpore, rous Q

tel UMtaef the T
will take several
The fIrst instant
th mattker Vk whk

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bowelanaway a Amerun
A M new ompan turned out to
contracts. atthe be Plant Managem-ent'Corp Or-

Iam o--f of --'--lt
is, 2 and. b Use =9ndlo W f SA
tn adlm was put Ja e
r, .. to theo.Republaua
-S-,par. Talbott was chief money.
. 00'-ralaer for tie GOOP In both 1g
I wit *1be=_. and 1W5.

Ian S7WONUUI C L"to-EVWit a
th o Gernor C ab
of Delaware.
TIt new empany had practieal-
lno personnel, little experience
and was. inorporated only on
May 18 to begin a Job on Jun.e 3.
Yet Talbott took unusual te
let tgt .t_ Ua
letter om t Joh -
liams of Delaware and John
ler of Maryland, Republicans.
The breaking of the Amercan
Hydrothem contract was osne-
what similar to Talbott's attempt-
ed bra of the Kaiser Com-
pany's b fset for an aluminum
extrusion press near Baltimore.
Harvey Aluminum officials had
contributed to the Eisenhower
campaign, and Talbott, a big cam-
paign money raiser, wanted to
help them.
Five-TYear Coatract
Here is the amazing story of
bow politic., not merit, governed
the Ar Force award of an Im-
portant contract:
American Hydrotherm first got
the Air 'FOrce eniract to hueat tite
MATS Base at 'Mountain Home,
Idaho. It .wa ase getiated con-
tract based On the bids of thtee
or four qualified heating exerts;
and while I ted, Amer-
ican Hydrotherm offed to furnish
the experts for beating Dover Del.
and McGuire Field at Fort Dlx for
10 C ent less.
Te Air Fore agreed and a five-
year contract, subject to cancella-
tion at the end of every year, was
tentati% dly arranged.
Time however, dragged on. And
when i came to fina lgnli8, the
Air Force denhedi tha e con
tract be .*ant forjwr livbut
subject-to cancelsto every 35
day. .
eIltesaiy Minded Talbetl
What had happened was that the
g ltils minded Secretary of the
r. JL...sA o p -e s!:.-

Pelicad KnWUlgS
The Air Forte is supposed tdlet
COntWans e61r to. "empo sible
compena witwl *deqlute perf-
eel and know-how.
gs daniid athe

-r. Thnsto Air For
etics, however, It mars
htr'ai tho 2 men Amerieaa By
drotherm had at McGuire Field.
At Dover, the os on ae
mana ed to hire Qlye theism .
who tad quit Amerian. Byd5
thrm a few weeks earlier or al-
leged "medical reason." Despite
his alleged bad healthTho. peon
turned up later working with thes
Bogg* firm. He had a seem to the
cost figures and ow-how of the
company which had plenty Of tech-
nical koow-how but not political
At-Dover, the Bois group Is
ntow operating with three men in-
stead of the 23 men used by Amer-
ean IHydrotLerm. Only on; of
them hb ver had any experenCe .
running a aigh temperature plant.
tAItO~ is MM N at Dover and
$15135at M uire Field.
NOTE Here is how the Do
Fonts of Delaware contributed to
the Republicamn party when HSrold
Talbott was eh money -. raiser
for Dewey in 1948; Lammot dm
Point, $2,000; Irenee Du Pont Jr.,
000; Irene Du Pont Sr., 1,00;
Sophie Du Pont. May, 0;
Octavia M. Du Pent Bredn $1,10;
Mariana M. Du Pont SlImpa.
000; Lucec Du Pont Flint, $3,000
R. R. R. Carpnter (A.Du Pont
in-law), 12.0fi" Pierre S. Du PFont,
3rd, i2,00 n May and June
to the Republican senatorial com-
mittee. Simultaneously, Ireane
Jr., Irenee Sr., and I. Sophie Du
Pont May contributed a,000 each
to the Republican national com-
mittee plu- $1,000 each to the GODP
congressional committee. And bit
July 30. Octavia Du Pont Breda,
Mariana Du Pont Silliam, and Lu.
eie Du Pent Flint each gave $1,00W
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r bid Some Dadday0

u of0 W1PSlM"< W to Wis., had net tired of the repi-
7r I titionl recently when he bottled
ters l ae"t, Mai. a his 100th great grandchild.
us. iTwo week old Nancy Ann
Politics is poets, however, in Giter "sa led in her rest
Talbdtt's Air Force,.. graadfthert arms witI .o
American Hydotber"a's con- alat of the rarity of being
tract was to expire June 30. Onnumber 100 and the added rarity
June itsrepresentatives nt to of evening up the ratio 50 girls
Wright Field, were toMd the Air and 0 b .
Force couldn't talk, to come back Gintner s 51 grandchildren ad
at noon.' was the father of five daughters
At noon, the word was "We can Al o t. e SOS a. d
tell you aothig, come back at and four os are deadS
t p.m." intne are dead
At 2 p.m., thi word was "Come -
back at 4 p.m.-the at 4:30 Slight Boo-Boo -
At 4:50, they were told: We
a under instructions to say noth- RUTLAND, Vt. (UP) When
an .to you." .. John Rowell spotted an abandoned
"But we are under contract, car stalled on a raiway crossin
Johnson protested. "That contract b re he behind the wheef:
aplres at midnight June o3. We drove the sabled vehicle clear
have a force of e on the ab-. In just maents before the. arrival
aitrness we have to give them n- of a fright train.
tie. you can't fire smen without Two women whe lhad jumped
1otiee," from the car minutes earer
Despite this, it was only at thasad awll but remarked:
430 p.m. on June 30 that Amerl- ."Y e 't we de (L. The
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PALAMOS, Spain There has
been a dame around here lately
who has come close to wrecking
my household. She is a swimming-
type female named Eleanor Holm,
she is leaving soon, and I am
sighing with relief.
Miss Holm, a rather attractive
doll who once got kicked off the
Olympic team for shooting craps,
or something equally sportive,
swims once a day to Corsica and
back, and has infected the house-

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mother and spent the evening in Door's affections, and making any
the other twin bed-he a aye-of amount of noise. Also I migWt say
Ella-and-Door's room. I may say that Senor Jay stands up on the
that the sounds which came from wall once a day takes off most of
the room were frightful because his clothes, a flexes his mus
Ella-and-Door was readlg aloud cles in order to inen admiral.
from a child's book and was bark It would be unfair to say tht
ing the dog parts. Miss Holm does not earn her board
Since Senor Sicre is accompa- and keep, however. She is a sceq
nied by three other brothers, all pulous guest in that respect. Onee
of whom are more or less serious- a day she takes a basket and
ly interested in Ella-and-Door, you scissors, goes to the garden, and
can imagine the strife in the Sicre cuts two dozen gardenias, which
family at the moment. The beach she takes to her .wn room. In this

The cook lets the meat burn is full of midgets, allu "icmg up way the gardenia bushes stay In
while she practices the backstroke, sand as they vie for Ella-and- excellent trim.
and Mama goes around making
funny faces, like a goldfish, be- She has fallen in love with the
hause she is practicing breathing. I lniM .ni a one ordi e of Je
I have permanently wreckedL itmg lse II ia 24w Soutiett M
what's left of the legs with my l Johnsbh whe
ada station of a flutter kick, and n F l A T she evos l*
it olm decides to stretch her l* rth.s I yt
visit much longer we'll all wind Holwt M1
up drowned. Or being bounced off NORTON, Nan. -(UP)- When such bas t he
the Olympics for drinking cham-.lightningkstrikes, "you don't feel e
pagne, or whatever it was Ella- thing, W says a nan who should elts
aniJDor did know t
I mention the name Ella-and- Enimbaniiel Schwab, farmer whb hdi
Door because that is what she is was hit by lightning while on bhie e*at-
called by her suitor in Spain. Her tractor, said the pan only comes
lover's name is Jay Sicre and is later "when your muscles begin mama of her four
half-Spanish, half-Maryland. There to loosen up." which aka 'le a
is considerable talk of matrimony, Schwab was listing corn and ae more y u ng'Spanlu tt tea
because Senor Sicre has openly de- Just raised the lister when It competlsaly keop fas nig
flared himself as a suitor. There happened, other. -
is just the matter of waiting a little "I suddenly was paralyzed," he
bit for the potential groom to ma- recalled on a hospital bed. "I Yes, Ella-ad-Door is-departig
ture, since he is only six years old couldn't move my arms, legs or soon. And I. Will wep, tears
at the moment. head. I knew I must stop the sheerest bliss, and then I am. gog
But a more shameless six-year- tractor and I finally could do that. to take a stick and run all her
old I never saw. He climbs over "Gradually I was able to drive young lovers off the beach. In
the wall every morning, and goes on home, but I had to be lifted parting, I may say that Miss olm
straight to Ella-and-Door's room from the tractor seat." has read this piece, and agrees
and awakens her with a kiss. The He was treated for shock and that while it may be horrible, it's
other night he ran away from his for burns on his neck and left leg. all oo dreadfully true.

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South got away with very
pecuuar ra. Si uaays asd. ab a
certma -had euungat itrengta twr Of
a reoi.atter haru saaaa qpe"'aL uie ciM
emoing a-l one club and tbe fo
ralue ipauds, '-ut ,aouUi -ga I
well Maye"maue he orthodox r6oid cof
of three auel, nurba wouad iay.e up
passed, ;Ud tilt Wotld have bepn ta
loe end of It, except tasa bdourn bf
might have gone aown at three of
spases, again the nurrhal uan- '
mona opening Ti
wnen ouxi bid three diamonds, un
his toea- was to lnd out about his pu
partners itedjmu anu to steer St
West away from a diamond open- ar
ing lead at me same time. 'ine it
loea has some meit, provided that H(
South intends to pass if North can
bid only three spaas. North would .
Jurip to tor spaoes f t had good
values for is aig up to that d
pobs. The at oaree diamonds -t
tansste s the same purpose as the fr
orunoutx piu 0 o ux e spaues, ana
may have tit additional advantage
v, uLus "nag'tue opponents.
Aind you, such a deceptive bid
may conuae your partner instead
of yotr oppoeents.-Moreover, you
may discover that you have pre-
vented the openui lead that would
help ybu most. No deceptive bid
win work all the .time.
in today's hand, south foolishly
went on to four spades even after
his partner had medcated a near-
minimum opening bi d, South
snould have been defeated. but
hick and his deceptive bidding
hbepe4 him..
West opened the deuce of hearts,
steered -away from' his normal
diami nd opening. Dummy played
IlOW- It Tnt nl n Dth.&,oMl ane I

Wines! mW 3e a14 -'SouWU
drew another .ump and led his
remainug heart tosfinesse dum-
my's ten. Tham de. lasrr .made
four heart tricks in addition to
five trumps and a club, making
his ambitious game contract

Noy the know-it-all grownups
who through cynicism, age, and
hard experience have lost he abili.
ty to tell the good men from the
bad men are tell the kds
that Davy CroeklwassM't King of
the Wild Frontler but a juvenile
delinquent and after a no-goodl
How can they do thai lb all the
regular, not ]ing-s*e, Davy Crock-
etts Whoe-quar4 their shoulders
and set th Ian when they don
their eeafskin caps stick a' cap
pistol the tight baud eof their
blue jeans ad go out bravely to
fijht Injuns and mend the crack
in the Liberty BeMT ..
Have these grown-up detractors
seen the look on the faces of these.
yorng--M Davyr when they watch
avy Crdkett on TV he bris
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Marine c on matfdant Gen.
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Marine policy in the Schwable
case when he took ekception it4
the court's finding that brain-
wasinag "Inevitably" breaks a
viCti 's wll
W on balled for "a simple,
easily uatIdertood code" and said
enforcement must be carried out
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Thle split between Air Force
and other service views ba been
revealed 'n the .way w-Ptued

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they Ares' hired" to give
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behavior and the more lenient
9ttude of the Air Force whose
lerswere.singled out for spe-
U torture and indoctrination to,
rn "confesalons" of'get, war.
2eodjs. part of a bulCy an
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blic in about a week. The
ate and Justice Departmenu
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of his cows, Complained Blair: right and le-t halv o'f the brain
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Th Air t -. lng bihop Wllie the RIght Rev.
court marRil m Regin head of the
forced into making e diocese o4 manamsa anal
an propaganda sta ta,- Zne.
It secretly investgate 83 cas- t. Peter's church choir, of
es. Of these, it allowed sevbn which Moore was choirmaster, resign and released three, will occupy the cathedral stalle
The others were exonerated. together with St. 8imqn's for the
The Army took thp view that ordination service.
men who become prisoners must About four years ago, while
be accountable for their conduct employed as a clerk at B~Iboa
and should tell the enemy noth- magistrate court, Moore was ac-
ink more than name, rank and cepted by the bishop as a postu-
serial number. It held such a lant. He had been studying
policy essential to military dis- theology privately and later at-
cipliae. tended seminars conducted by
The Air Force favored .alow- the district for layreaders and
ing captured fliers to confuse those interested in the ministry.
the enemy with misinformation He recently completed a two-
or to give military information year course at Bexley Hall sem-
of no special pertinance. nary in Gambler, Ohio.
He is bl-lingual, having at-
tended. the :Nato' institute
after leaving La Boca.schpol, and
0 lE 0 I" will work as a deacon In western
o0 1Panama, where the Episcopal
S church is doing missionary work
among the Spanish-speakng nas-
orons... A violently told ties.
This archdeaconry consists of
-day at the LUX Theatre! several missions under supervi-
sion of the Ven. Edwin C. Web-
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big record, "Istanbul" was
'Rillon seller. When the boys'
er, Mike Stewart, told them
gone over that magic fig.
one of them shrugged and
'="Only a million? Gee, I fig.
i smy mother bougy h that
npuny herself."
Leonard Warren is a Mletropoll-
Opera baritone. Please do not
at frighten you away, for 16
S a sea chaotse with equal for.- Leenad Waires FeUledaiaders
Aqig. And affeetion.
.C "They're both good music," met, you might have predicted a
Its says. fond. It happened ~yhen Don was
To sample both, listen to an al- = ,y star and Jerry an un-
bum he has for RCA-opera on Bwn kid, and they were both
Side, sea chanties on the other. booker to sing on a TV show.
thinks maybe non.opera-lovers Jerry,,. on firxt, sang *It Isn't
like the old blow-the-man- Fair," and Don showed up plan-
stuff may buy the record ning to do t t ame number. At
'ameo day accidentally play the last minqW., Don h4 to change
other side and--presto, fortis- number%, "t he toea withl ood
n-an opera Ifan. I grace, and their. friendslip dates
romn then.,
cords have done so much to Vale, incidentally, is the. boy
arize opera," says Warren, a Mitch Miller thinks hai the "best
barrel-chested man. "And to vocal equipment" of any male pop.
arize a l forms of clapsiCal singer. His latest is a unique al-
for that matter. But they bum called "Girl Meets Boy." in
begun to reach then which he and Pee hn g and Fe. annd should wn lokila samrpidard songs
h. tWith better sales tece; to tell ator Ire. olde robiem,"
She'll do much r.note the,triangle. Int restig dea.
Sthiea1on seriously about
,Rd Seal artists care Dick's Pi ck4 o, o de htful in-
So tipe just as zalch as astrumentals "Make Me" (Mu
Spopar.Black Seal people," I sic by, Goral) and "Thrce
says, laughing-and he has Little Stars' (Nelson Riddle, Cap-
me unique ideas for pushing itol). Others: "My Bonnie Lassle"
sesical reards across the coun- (The Ames, Brothers, RCA. I
Most of them are not for pub-. Young Idae s" (S art Foster and
10 at this time, but they boilgAud Jen n?, ); "Fc, rty.Five
w to ways and means of ex Men In a Telephone Booth" (The
g the public to the records lFour Tophatters, Cadence). "Pa-
thinks runo co 2 g RCA al- per osep"' (Lolb Dee, Wing);
will be a big sell er. This is "Marg". (Bluddy tou~siE Pyra-
complete opera "A I d a," id); "What Is the Secret of Your
S bleh was made nt the Teatro del Success" (Tony Martin, RCA).
aera, in Rome. The cast is head- MuSic of Broadway a musical
S by Jssi Ijoerling, ZInka Mla- comedy that's already closed, but
a and Warren. had music worth remembering is
"Seventh Heaven," with Gloria De
HaVen and Ricardo Montalban.
The album, on Decca. is tuneful
the great baritone, John RiaUt,
has A collection of wonderful show
Robert Q. Lewis (CBS-Radio: tunes in "Highlights of Broadway"
Fifteen years ago, Ray Bloch had (Ca ito).
a head full of waves. But todag (lassulol organ music-E. Power
the tNe has gone out. iggs, playing on 14 of Euronpe's
finest organss, plays Bach's Toc-
,They kout theseats cata in D-Mint, (Columbia): Ed-.
'1 They Te t ot ar the seatss" w ard Linsel plays Robert Elmore's
t. T'eatrod, Warren.says, "to g1vM "Rhythmio Suite" (Dlscuriosities)
r.e loito s. It wtook us a t h same-label, Eruest
.to. .wa lie e play hree ,of chari

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soe chana.-came about u
*t' rtraw rib The oheeI
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ave nM 'tt to th oaB M
S1t ee se, me day be was
If fW -rfadl.o at
W. Tour body cleans ou"t eess Acids
righthen he s aym, oonou asts Ion"o boo
a ed be fun I or flters. Poisons n ithe gfg or
e ld.RCA and they sd t was stro, louy urine Get m t
O with. .them.And so, It came Nervousness, eainu,'L ne
, a Incldent:lly, the, orchestra veokaBace, AI.ln Joints, moilt
9gcqnipamuies me ii them is Ported fromt us, tw
of instruments that ceuld promnar, hp ak r soue younger.
on the old sailing ships." ot, .oter pIn o. HI
close friends afionsg the R. and oaIma zer Ues.
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Ad well as &he many famouens brands of
Silverplate Holloware and Flatware. S

* Direct C Zone Delver, 6 PIECE STERLING PLACE SETTING Still from $18.-up
LANCASTER ROSE 6 PIECEZTEA & COFFEE SET Incl. Post & Ins. Still $168.-
Famous tgers' 1881 GLEOSE 6 PIECE TEA & COFFEE SET Still $ 97.50
All aetra pie available. IlaedMe Delivery from Stoek.

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look in Di "macy" t endn of thFr I ad annee &, o 1o0 rdmw The hoos whL hidal e ereel iZetare wt ftheo _____air.
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= part eIg hts, .i e p }m. 9.Trne.wil uhr2wrllethn t does nl hae style
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dk so Il.aria at"n Friend 'u R c .h an 'eemisaW-s pah-yourdf1athAndwe IraN"er'
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Balbosa -.59

FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
room furniture, blond. Phone
3-5032 from 11 a.I to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 12-cu. ft. Serval
electric rfrigerator lice mak-
orl; loa govo; innorspring met-
FrOa nend coil spring; largo
ponreolin top kitchen table; 10
al. goa water oater, venrtien
blinds, misc. householdM ffoets.
Phone Panama 3-0740 or aell
ea 'Nb. 34. 46th Street Eat ft-
or 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Upright plino,
modern looking, exeollont con-
ditian $225; gos water heater
$35. Call 3-5722 Popamn.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse re-
frigerstor, 9-cu. -ft., excellent
condition $100. Phone Ft. Gu-
lick 88-385.
FOR SALE:r-Leaving for States,
must sell mahogeny fiingj room
table end 4 chairs 1521-C.
Sevilan Roead. I
FOR SALE:--2-cycl4 refrigera-
tes, reaieonable; 5-.pL fish-tank;
household teone; records, books.
876 Morgan Road, Bdlboc.

t Home Foreclosures
Show US Prosperity'
CHICAGO.- (UP)-Home fore-.
closures continue at a low rate,'
reflecting he nation's prosperity.
- The United States Savings and
loan League reported that in 1954,
for the tenth straight year. the
ratio of foreclosures to the num-
ber o'fnew. home mortgages ran'
below/one per cent.
n"Tire's 'o better testimonial to
the Mate of 'health of the nation's
'iecdomy than the current exceed
inuy low rate of home foreclos-
ur '" said J. Howard Edgerton
peitdent of the league. .
SThe 1954 total of 11.0q0 foreclos-
ires was near the record low. he
odd. It we .7f per cent of the
35,000o mortgages recorded dUr-
the year. -

"o is nfbrama-

jn" Edertoi sld, "it is.clear
Me rings that the recession last year had
little, if apy, effect upon Ameri-
iMovin Picture Ad can home owners.
S1eemiAt Gamboa "This indicates not only the lim-
g' Aain the Vea perCircle has ar-'Ited extent of the recession, but
F*-ged for u'Inltti"otj hand A-| also that today's home loan con-
a-bk eveat at te Civie Cei- tract is a far more flexible instru.
in Gamboa, this time on Thur meant th la In predepression days."
3wa B' t m Basketbala

FOR SALE:-1952 Clevrovlt 4-
door sodan, tires practically new.
p a i n t in e*xcolont coditien,
ood buy for only $950. SMOOT
FOR .SALE-1949 Hud4ma six-
cylinder, ywry .. ll gSw" dition
$375. Corner fth Street and
Chile Ave., back of U.S. Em-
FOR SALE:--19 Morris Minor
four-door, escllent condition,
reasonable price. Call 2-6396 or
Panama 3-4054 after 5.
FOR SALE:-1950 Comer Pick-
up. good for fishing and hunt-
ing, has four tires and wheels, no
spore, engine in good shape,
like a clock. Only $80. Se this
bargain at SMOOT & .HUNNI-
CUTT, S.A., Phone Colon 800.

FOR SALE:- Leaving Panama.
Brand new 1955 Ford Station
Wagon with extras. Stordy Dodge
pickup. Balboa C-lOS/ .'
FOR SALE:-1941 Packard Con-
vertible. Owner leavingg Thurs-
day. Good tires, upholstery, point
and motor. Take it $100. Per-
eiso 103-H. Phone 4-639,
FOR SALE:-Speeleal Buy. 1947
Buick Super Convertible Coupe,
tires fair, goo d buy for onlyV
$249. Excellent transportation.
See this bargain at SMOOT &
. HUNNICUTT, S.A., Phone Co--
lon 800.

FOR SALE:-'51 Chrysler New
Yorker seden. For further infor-
motion phone Panama 3-3405
between 5:30 end 7:30 p.m.
PFR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Convertible with power glide,1
radio, heater, excellent conedi-
tion. Good buy. Phase Diable

FOR SALE: aBefi, 1950
Buick Super Coupe ewaelent
condition, tim e ood. radie, new
seat covers. only $700. SMOOT
& HUmNNIUTT. S A., Colon
t 0 ; *-. ,*'

FOR SALE:-1949 Nesh 600
4-door $150. Hoem 1,81-B.
Bolbe. Phone 2-3479 after
4:30 p.m.

FOR SALI--1950 Packard 4-
doer sedn, new -paIt l*b, tires
good, only one power, excellent
buy for only $495. SMOOT &
HUNNICUTT, S.A., Colon 800.

The movineitr. Brazil Wins Basketball Title
sawh did the photographywill |
Sbthe narrator and will anwer

tha In Spain University Games
'The adventure itself Is Niter-
*f, ard uall of s iurpriaing aails. .
There mre few storeir in feture .
t Spm to compare with the sctaord SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain Aug. game, be expelled from the bas-
e. this trip, made by a teVm con-I i (UP) Brail has won the bas-. etball tournament.
u.uaing ot a doctor, a technician ketball title at t h e University The commission placed EIypt
sdat two nurses. They mpie their Games here Saturday night de.- fourth in overall final basketball
wiy t ang rugged hill a. andfeating Italy 56-33. placings, behind the winner Bra-
owmn rivers i the ebpc country, The half time score was *8-17.'il Israel and Italy.
o.f plumna, .' i In the final classification Brazil other placings were:
asked. was first, Italy second, I sra el Fifth, Belgium; sixth. Spain; sev-
'No admielon fee will e asked third and Egypt fourth. 'enth, Germany; eighth, Portugal;
S tha social hour tfol h e Meanwhile today, Italy complet- talnth, Luxembourg; tenth, Hol-
S' ~e nominal char ll besed her grand slam of the men's land: eleventh, Switzerland.
S*a&de for refreshments for those fencing events when Gavagnan Official final placings of the bas.
Who want them. The .q4 t sa open won the individual sabre contest., ketball final round were: First,
Sto thoas from ne gbo-ii com- Benvenuti of Italy was second I Brazil two games, two victories,
nMttu as well ar t6 le people and Witt of Austria third. 104:69 goals; second. Israel, two
Sof Gamboa. Spanlh Chief of State Goner- games, one victory, one defeat.
Ssidmo0 Francisco Franco w a a 101:82; third Italy two g a mes,
S- scheduled to attend the track and two defeats, 67:12; fourth, Egypt,
S-field competitions at Anoeta Sta- nil games, nil points.
3t-o4m Celu n dium. The competitions-went un-. Da Siuva led six qualifiers into
| J Thur ay _derway with the men's hop step the hop, step.and jtimp finals lat-
reular weeu and co*eet and jump eliminations. The en- er this morning with a mark of
A.* a rr eilats_ Womena tries included Brazilian World il.33 rpt 15.83 meters which was
"-,QihTrUfbe deldn TBda, Champion Adomar Da Silva who nine centimeters short of his own
at a.. the Quarry opened with a 15.08 meters mark. Games record.
N'+l.ta ofem ,ub, IThe Technical Commission of Other qualfers were.
:I m please i the Games refused to bow to re- Hakaru Abe, Japan, 14.U, Vu-
Sor l o, please not.newed Ire protests that Egypt, shiro So Ode, Japan.,14.62.
o Of i oowA uostesse pn whose team refused to meet Is-I mail, Egyp. 14.30 Trgu Italy.
~rpto-fie W neadaYn Au mgaust yesterday in a basketball 14.13 Mueuer SwiMranla i14.02.
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ar]we"amrgumme -sm"y wG-aDi a.u' ..-.
t Soarhe p ail ed brutal parts: The aistlc
fl ant in "From ere to Eternity'; the cruel bas "
ay at Black k .. ."
SBut in the new film "MARTY." now, In his last dn at
AMl the CENTRAL Theatre, he puts over a superb porformnaPe
S as a good n.y
Bafll-fad, square, with sad eyes, hele at uglW
m who never gets the 1iri. Every time he ass s-arl to tamo
she mys "no"
Then one night he finds a girl in tears an the baloay
of a dance hall. He's aftly, she's plain. But As hamn eror
S affection- I both of th0 U sparks a love.
S.She ista aehdus-te.Jser, he a butcher and t "y ndnul
Sach other.
St Tbey know, without saying, that ugly pmapl la IoW are
MAg sk r to ewh other
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end Mavis liosens, price $5.50.
will arrive shortly. Reserve your
copy new. AGENCIES STER,
S.A.. Phone Panama 2-1219
FOR SALE-9--cu. ft. refriger-
etor $65. mahogany dining rnom
table and 6 chairs $35; 194
Hudson 4-door sedn $275.
Evening. after 6 o'ctlck Phome
FOR SALE.-RefrierMtor $75;
1948 Olds "8" 2-door sedn,
radio. hydrametic $425; S ven.
etian blinds apartment 12-faem-
ily $15; dressing table 6 benck
S3; snow ulits, ises 2-2-4-9;.
aquarium 15-seL. abaiplate with
fish $10; bed fame, sprinm &
mautres $25. 1579-A Caco
Street, Bolbee. Z-2104.

WANTED.- Vacation esitens
round 25 Sept. Responsible
working couple. No chlldrbn.
References furnished. Call Bal*
boa 24964 after 4.

Help Wanted
WANTED:- Cook. general
work. Must have good refer-
ences. Phone 3-0912.
WANTED: Good cook. very
s*od aiory. 51st Street No. 4.

FOR SALE: Motoeyele AJS
500 6.e. single, oneelHent andi.
tieo, new tires & battery $325.
Phone 2299l3 Ielba. 53ll-C
Davii Strt., Diablo.

FOR SALE; -. Triumph Tiger,
noww psint lob,"%elnt edll-
tien'. Call 25- 277, "

nonss I

FOR RENT--New. halet, three
bedroom, living roam. dining
room, bathroom, garo. "Coca
del Mar. corner of 7th Avenue
and Paseo Cncssuenesrlo, $125
monthly. Phone 3.3O005.

FOR RENT-COmfoeMtble rom,
kitchen, bathroom, light, tele-
phone, ber water, to. bashlor or
married couple witht children.
Phone 3-6211. last 29th No.

Dance class for Pro-Teens &
Teenagers are now forming. Re-
gister now by calling Balbeo
S2-4239 or Pename 3 160.
Classes will start Sept. 17th at
.9 a.m. & 10:30 et Balboe
YMCA. ONLY Teene"e ckleso
will be hold at Balboa "T."
16-% hour laen end FREE
DANCE BOOK $10.00. Harnot

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-One 1953 Johnson
10-hp.; ono -bhp. Martin out-
board motors. Phone 2-4395,

sires furnithed or unfurnished
apartment in gned location. Cell
Monday. Panama 3-1359 or 3-
For the flrst time since it was
built in 1787, ..during President
George Washzngton's admiiatra.
tion, Prtlaud %ea&. LigIt I,4to
f t a .t o dint. *wten t
f rt sy he bd h a rM
washed Overy tree yin.;

KKK Invites Klan-Fighting Sheriff

To South Carolina Public Meeting

MARION, B.C., Aug. 16 (UP) will be notified of Saturday's
-The Ku Klux Klan has sched- meeting.
ruled a public rally for Saturday "We will send Sheriff Henry
night in Horry County and Klan- a special invitation," Bickley
fighting Sheriff John Henry has said. He added that Imperial
been Invited to attend, a self- Wizard E. L. Edwards of Atlanta
styled kleagle of the hooded or- will speak at the rally.
der said today. Meanwhile, Florence Morning
J. H. Rickley of Marion, a car- News city editor Charles Moore
penter, said the rally would be has sworn out a "John Doe"
staged near Highway 701 eight warrant against the unidentified
miles north of Conway, the Hor- Klansman who Moore s a y a
ry County seat. struck him from behind Friday
Horry County and nearby Co- night.
lumbus .County, N.C., were hot- Thirteen robed, but unhooded,,
beds of nightriding activity un- Klanamen burned a cross in a4
til North Carolina and federal field near Florence and Moore
agents cracked down hard on said he was struck while cover-
the Klan three years ago.
Grand Dragon Thomas L. Ha- Ig the incident. He charged
mlton of LeesD le, T S.C., and that a highway patrolman re-
milton of Leesville, B.C.. andIfused to arrest the Klanamen at
number of lesser Klansmen went the scene.
to prison in connection with sev- Chief Highwa Commissioner
eral floggings and other night- Claude R. McMian, in defend-
ridlng activities. Claude R. McMl an, In deend-
"Today's Klan is nothing like aK Patrolman Charles McDon-
the one that operated In the ald, pointed out the highway
in 1961 and 1952," Bickley patrol Is charged with entorcinq
state and 1e en traffic lawnrandd patrolmen are
insisted. He said a Klan reorgan- not general law officers.
.ation a_ rIsundr w ayot tCeneral tlaw o aacers.
ou te tate y throuh- However, the patrol "has lent
ou. the e. A Its members to general law en-
"Wea do not discriminate a cement gencie t-e assist
against any race or creed or co- forchemn alciesp to ast
lor, but we believe in a segregat- sho agot-a is .we n they a ""
ed state and we wil defend our- sh'"o rande. "
selves against integration by any .... -.
leg mea available," Bickley Scoltand Y d
He added the "U. S. K 1 an, (Continued fIns Page 1)
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan' (Cot d f
seeks to oppos tthe National As- sentry managed f breeaD his
soclation for the Afvancement bonds and aeund the alkrm.
of Colored People. All five raiders escaped, and
Klan activity had been at a no arms were taken from the
near standstill in South Caro- camp.
ina since Hamilton was jailed,
until several weeks ago when a Police till were questioning
allch was'held near Surmter. three suspects seized after the
Mnce then several croseshave Saturday raid. The three were
been burned In Richland, Lax- accused of being part of a band
uton and Florence counties,. of some 15 commandoes who
ixhae 13 saiden who burned overpowered 20 sentries a$ the
a cross and strudk a newsman Arborfield Barracks and escar
Friday night Dear Florence were ed with 67 rifles and Bren a nd
denounced bW Beckley as "a Sten guns and 80,000 rounds of
"splinter group" which '*a sore ammunition.
which we, as the VA. Klan, wish
to heal." Embarrassed British generals
Bickley said SherUf Henry, today ordered all sentries at
who earned a reputation as a United Kingdom posts to carry
Klan fighter tree Fears ago, loaded weapons following thg
I'- m twin r id.

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It was iUsclosed that sentries
at Arborfleld were armed only
with pick handles.

CHICAW -4UP)- Members a
theAiM Sd Trade Associa-
toUm w al m tassel made the
natler l at the Unttd
State.-. A eirnSaon here, they
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4 Newly Arrived Officers

Get Ff. Kobbe Assignments

Assignment of four newly ar' the new 8-3, Maj. De-
rived field grade officers in the vid L. Cantor. This post was for-
33rd. Infantry regiment was an- overly held by Capt. Joseph D.
bounced today. AU of the officers ynes.
arrived in this .command Aug. 6. Arriving n the command with
-Coming from Spokane, Wash., the major were his wife, Jeaane
where he served as professor of K. and son, Kimberly.
Military Science and tactics at New Second Battalion' executive
Gonzaga University, is Lt. Col. officer Is Maj. Leland L. Bogle,
Franklin B. Simmons. Simmons replacing Capt. Charles S. Pierce.
has been assigned deputy p o a t The major -held the same position
Commander replacing Maj, in the 7th Infantry tegiment, Fort
James E. Stacy. Bi-anig, Ga. pri6k to eomin .to
Simmons is residing at Fo r this command.
Kobbe with his wife Willie Mae, H, and this wife,. Margaret, live
and children, Franklin B. M, at Fort Xobtp.
James D., Martha Jane and Jona-. Also included-in- recent asalnp-
than H. ments at Fort Kobbeois the utw
Autmimng the position of first Port Provost Marshal, Capt, John
Battalion executive officer is Maj. L. Smith.
Frank T. Conipki. Calbi ar.ilvetd

ruilling another at aaMlesa l auhter, e s

Multiple Inter-American Christening

To Mark Launching Of 1-P ne Service

A multiple Inter American
christening by ladies from nine
Latin American embassaies in
Washington, the Pan American
Union and the U. 8. Department
of State will launch a new one-
plane air. service between the
Americas Thursday ab New
York's Idlewild Airport. *
New through intqrchange o
flights of Braniff International
Airwafrs and Eastern Air Lines
from New York and W4shing-
ton to key cities In Panama and
on both coasts of South Amer-
ica will be started with four
round-trip DC-6 flights weekly,
vie the Miami gateway. The
first plane will be christened by
each of the Latin American
women with water from her own
The goup includes Mrs. 3.
Valuarino, wife of Panamanian
Ambassador Joaquin Josen Valla-
rino, who will use watter from

CZ A-Bombing
(Contiamed f(rom flge -
Caribbean Air Command.
The.bat eOerat d the 7-
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feaps froe t ees 09 s 0nt.
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There will be no Interruption
to Thatcher Ferry Service be-
csugs of tomorrow's Dilate
control exzcle.
It had been previoaly
noncMed that the service
be Mpuaded for a two-boutae-
riodt Ust mo
10 sad 17 fmr theatf
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both oceans, and Mrs,
Holland, wife of the =asaus
Secretary of State for Latin,
American Affairs.
The women will arrive In N1ew
York Thursday from Wuhing-
ton and will be eaorted by
Jes Bennett, assistan to the
Preslet ofBaseff JArw*y* and
W hIton representative 6f
the arhne. They wMl be hono-;
ees for a luncheon given by the
two companies. and lu
the Latin. American Woals
General I New York and.& sy-
tion officials. After the ehM-
tening, they will return 'to
Washington with ezecutivpg of
astern and Braniff, who will
aUtinue on the inaugural flight
to Rio de Janeiro.
The new intercbange -flights
U be the fi t through niee
by U. S. kirlines to cannect both
the east and W otea s t of
ukth America with the north-
eastern seaboard of the a.
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SDOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- SExolu. ago now thaLtthe ild."Qur "a,'
*iveh a: The fashlilAd Sash comedies ,are a summer TV eM'.
f aM tat Chistan 'DiOr's Spanky ow a8 quietly returned
M -dqN budt" edick a bust to Roywood fee moths ago
ad that h bringing b bosoms fro h home in Dallas, Texas,
only '" year after abolishing hir an agent and now is making
thm" a a yawn or U S. Women personal appearances in the east.
dhatnitb8 'e Says his ent Mal Schblank:
eily y attended dur- "He stil- I Spanky."
Swa o Dar's ego b Re waa n a recent Holbilywood
og i. SaMe eussell ar- TV show and laughs it up with
ly i re, Ilis'Novak and other Jimmy Durante oh one of'his tele-1
la r babe, includliag the Italian films due Jor kqlease this fall. ,
lffi 'bttes, remained in the on- -
and-off screen stand-out league. If Merle Oberon acceptA that fly-
Nollywood Designer Edith r ad ing-doVni-to-Rfo holiday with some
even-beat by two weeks the added rich pals will It beo honeymoon
fasb from Paris that "hips, wilst for her and br. Aex Ross? Emam.
and bust are all going back wberq e
they belong." She designed a dresa Rosaind Russelr'slafihnuslcal.
for Orace Kelly to wear at the "The Gold lab," was previewed
Philadelphia premiere of "To stire tohowls for the year's most
Catch A Thief" and announced: unexpected scene. Eddie Albert
I've got news for- Paris tikesr a wild swing at Fernando
ttae's waist Iim at the waiWne Lamas-,Id flattens RosaInd.*
a di nt at her kns." Slick line in the same film de-
Ao leaa-e.tu ge bk r scribes Las Vegas thusly:
ear ,:t" hed batl "The only town in the world laid
at Diot: oYo can't liake 5 a l-jout like a vacuum sweeper."
an look -like -anything e hept a&
woman, its wwon't stand for a l." a
MG sr designer Helen Rose i t an s feo
opa nthe i doghouse door for Diorit gt n e ieenu
at the same time, saying: "I'd be
tarred and feathered if I distrted -
movie queens according to Dior's S hIM P-SlUFFED. EGGPLANT
V OhW~ab Ylm I a third AU
Jolson movie-the studio just regis By GAYNOR MADDOK
towed' tke,-title; "T1M Great'l
Joloan" it's dollars to doughnuts Now that we can buy fully
Larry Parks again will play Al. shelled and de-veined shrimp,
He's oan personal appearances right either frozen or in cans. life in theI
now in the Sritish slriem kitchen gets easier. Some genius I
as has perfected a -machine that pulls
A owvie filmed ha Europe as off the shells and removes the
"Mr. Arkadin" with Orson Welles black. digestive line from their
has been retitled "Confidential 4Re- backs.
port'! for release nla the U.S. So let's begin trying new shrimp
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SCrific! Corner

By George

In 1937 when George Gershwin
WeLsudduy of brain tumor at
the ae," 38, was, without
ques I one of the most uccess-
fid compos -s the United States
has eMer produced. He hasmsqade
a fortune from his music, he was
res cted by serious musicans
music cities in Europe and
Amerioa,. and he was sung, whis-
tied, and payed by millions. Yet
not even -staunchE st supporters
then could have guessed now his
artistic stature and his populari-
ty were to grow in the years that
Today, Gershwln's music is
played more often, in more plac-
-s and -is received with greater
ecthusiasml than it was when he
was alive. In IM his "Rhapsody
in Blue" was performed for the
first Ume in theSoviet Union, by
the Moscow Sta Slymphoa and
the audience cheered. The flow-
ing year, at an international mu-
sic estival in Prague, it was the
only contemporary work to receive
an. ovation..
And Gershwin Is the fint A-
jaerican composer who bas a-
roused tIc b Iebrne abroad that
four bokpalato1 of his tle -
three of them by foreign auters
-have been published 1n AuN-
tria, Germany, France and the
However, Gershwin's growing
lame is most vividly pointed up
in the history of tbp opera Porgy
& Bess the presentation of which
will take place at the National
Theatre of this city on Oct. 4, 5,
6 and 7.
The Porgy & Bess Company of
80 members is Bow touring Bra-
zil, the A &pn Chila, Peru, co-
,!!!Lb NOW

Y^ r7W"-... WZ rn iWns u-l 1 th'rWafihe .*aBBsw tou-aH
ay Crosby and th n Ri now hm ee om t. taught us fortuil the & Americ National
e lled ib that lan crashed with how to prepare and enjoy this Theatre & Academy (ANTA).
Robert trancis had dated a couple Creole specialty. W a Pogy & oss war pr-
of t'mes. i di 135 It was a fiancial
I H- hrlmp-staftted Eggplant and to some extent an art-
li(s Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: (Porg Ipsfor 1 tageggplat) *-faure, diseased by t he
Some of her fellow stars is "The crats a an ntaittatg but et
]B niV threaten to. bring ot One-half cup shortening (part particularly important hybrid,
a y Winters edition 11the butter or margarine). 1 box frozen not quite opera, but quite music-
shot music of "Diase'.'-the 14old fully-peeled, de-veined shrimp' 2 a& ,omedy.
tunei used as the theme ong lo buda garlic, minti ; hatl4oDdenOi, Then $zst after Ge rshw 1 n's
"Sventh Heaven." Shelleydrove cut fine; % cup mined parsley, 2 death, received the Davi Bis-
them bugs by insisting on having bay leavEs, teaspoon crushed pham silver medal for d st in-
it played over and, over in her thyme, 1 red-ripe tomato, peeled guided contribution to American
dresshl room between and before and chopped; 1, large eggplant. % opera. And in 1938 audiences in
every scene.. cup water,.1 I teaspoon salt, %. tea- san Francisco and Los Angeles
Net in The tiscript: It happened spoon pepper, % cup dry bread- responded warmly to revivals of
and U-I' timing Rt for "The enny crnbs. the work.
Goodman ,try." en opses Met fat in heavy skillet over In 1941 Porg & Bess reopened
to Donna Reed (as Mrs. G by medium heat and sautite shrim in New York .City to such a storm
playing "Memories ol You" from about 10 minutes, or until tender. of critical and popular acclaim
the age of the jam-packed Car- Remove shrimp to. a chopping that it enjoyed the longest run of
Hall, where she's sitting surface. Add next six ingredients ay revival in I the Amer-
the fsont row. Bays Steve Alo. and fry gently about 2 i cnut, an theatre. The Music
who lays Benny: stirring constantly. RItemove from Critics Circle voted it the most
"W --the muMey they could heat. distinguished revival of the year
have saved by justwritag "I Leove Cut top from eggplant. Cut and two Circle members who had
Wou" 6s t of my lasses!" around edge and score deeply in been highly critical in 1985 Olin
1 a directions. Remove pulp, leav- Downed and Virgil Thomson-re-
The net big screen at the Para.- ing about % inch thickness around versed themselves completely.
Moupt Hollywood theater Is tilled the shelled Turn shell upside-down in "pershwln has advanced the
in th ads as the "new Curiliner" pan of cool water. came of native opera," wrote
aMen Sounds more like a plane. Chop pulp well and add to Downe; whkle flovss es w d-e
trai6 or ,app & convertible. seasonings in skillet. Add water, ecteSl that "Pery & Bess" Wa
salt, r. Stir well, cover closely s* s i.sImp sra evel t in A-
The Vitaet: After seigWait and let steam" for 9 minutes. me~au artdste We tbaa any
h sine's "The Lady and The Chop the shrimp, reserving a few t g American Mee aetronal
tW~3.msJtaaay wart quipped: for the top. Add to eggplant1 tan Opefa has ever doae."
ra med the same mixture. in 1942 the opera toured the
s. tar?. BUt itb- )G,. Fill botto of shelland sprbkle country a.d, despite the wartime
It'd We,, -'* tA. w^th part of the. breadcrumbs. restrictions an travel, appeared In
doss'a WY-tor!dSY id Alternate crumbs and whole g cities, establishing box office
sati40k KefWsflr l W~r shrimp. lake 20-25 minutes at 400 SCw ds in several of them. In
ng tcasser be gaw up 15 s degrees F. Serves. 4. 195, it was recorded in its entre-
otyn Columbia Redrds. And t
tie tme It made it moot reent
V MAE M A#N OFTHENew York City appearance, in
SP WR L MO NT OF THE its aceptance s of O A-

"r^lT SHRIKE" Is-y. VERY 1. :r.."at of A
ERPIE A .. Ans'pwa'i t best operas was COWn
T A I LI~ --Its history In other countres is'I
sti- mre acting. In $ay, 1945
mit orpned iq Moscow. where the
s setmwAw a 4 C TDAI h n u ne aplAued tmultuos .
FT .r :V4takowish, the most celebrated
^ *^ '' .. .- Bviet composer, described it as
"magnificent," comparing .it fa- ,

vorably to the great folk operas
at Borodin, Rimsky EKorsabdV,
and Musosafrgsky. A few weeks lat-.
er, when It was pernamnd' at the
Zurich Festival in Switserland-
the eminent Swiss critic, J0ose I
Kiach, called it "a miracle teclo
nique, transcribing he sond of
life into the precinct of music."
And, in the autumn of 1850 it was
brought back to the Zurick SRtadt-

On Spember 7, 152 under
the ausices of the U. SDepart-
moat of State, and Asioeaa siA-
Negro company began a Wrint-
Sphant march through Europe
with "Porgy A Bess," dramatic-
ally refuting At every atop the
Frequent European complaint
that America has "clvllzatlom
but no culture."
In Vienna, tickets were at such
a premium that they suid on the
black market at several time
their face value. on opening mgh<
in Berin there were 21 curtain
calls and shouts of approval iori
various individual members of the
H. H. Stuckensehmidt, on of
Germany's most distinguished
musical scholars, pronounced it
"a masterpiece." In London the
opera stayed on for five mnths,
and Paris demanded a 10 week
return engagement in 1954.
At the Festival of Contemporp-
ry Music in Venice, for the first
time in more than six years, floi*-
ers were thrown from the boxes
to thq stage. In Belgrade the
whole city went Gershwin-madc
"AA Yugoslavi a s irnglg"
a C=r ki- ew
ork TIn "f workert and
12ng. Com.-

postfta t t-san sf .6 e a rLe
he ;C
Grshwin ad praa fr o
cast of ohe fo&lk opera 'Porgy &
Bess.' Whea 4the curtals rang
.down on the final performance,
the packed house stayed for 20
lanttes. There were more than
S2 curiai calls."
Triumphs followed in the Near
East (Greece Egypt Israel) and
in Casablanca a nd Barcelona.
Then last Feb. 22., Porgy & Bess
became the first opera by a na-
tive American, and -ts company
the first from America, ever to
appear at La Scala in Milan,
while "music lovers went wild in
staid La Scala Opera So us e."
Two days later, a George Gersh-
win exhibition was inaugurated at
La Seala, made up of to an u-
scripts, documents, and photo-
graphp relevant to the composer s
Reservations for the first two
performances of the Porgy & Bess
cdm pany at the National Theatre
on October 4 and 5 can now be
made through Apartado 1W9 Pa-
nama, or Box 3102, Ancon, C. Z.
with tickets being sold at $5.00 and
$4.00 for orchestra and amphithea-
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LEAVES FOR WASHINGTON At Gettysburg, Pa., President
Eisenhower explains the interior of his plane to his wife,
Made. Ike flcw to Washington and from there to Denver.
Mamle will stay on the farm until later this month.
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Prizes For Kids,'


Primes for tel
dressefor child
tips will be awar
to remenin -i
(Ladies Welfare
Saturday night's
at the Rio Thea
Prizes will be
winning design
rtwcar, dayti
eases; skirts a
junior misses; ai
wear, daytime, c
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ht categories of of Sagdays faition'pal
ret and grown- augment .the AMd -S mt.
od byW the Jun- food I ageo for a i a
di Bentficeneia panaaiWCt families ati
Group) during mias time, will meet tod
i fashion parade discuss final arraalgmem
ter. the show.
Tiwtei kre .being s
awarded to the members and othersand
rs of children's available at the Rib Thea
me and Party urday night. Reserved al
md blouses' or $1 aM ghnral aiilsmi
nd adults' sport- cents.
ocktalU and eve-
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The rile for the winning de-
signer In the cocltall dress cate-
gOry has been donated by 14B
Catilos Club, which will hold a
semi-formal dance the same
njight at the Casino VifiA dil
Mar. In addition the model of
the winning drda and her escort,
will be guests of the club dulna i
the dance.
. Present 'indications are thUi!
the maleportion. of. the faahlofr,
parade wl be oilr-competitlve#
naid limited t9 a display of men's
sportwear, owing to the failure!1
of all but one of the tailors 'and'
haberdasbers lHaisted to take dart,
to come to terms with theft mod-.

DENVER, Aug. 16 (UP) Re- He was casually dressed In a
lazed and tieleas, President Els- colorful blue-and-melon sports Panama City merchant talor,
enhower played golf on the first shirt, gray slacks and a black Jack Pereira, the only one so far
day of his 1958 summer vacation and gray tweed Jacket. who is ready to take part, wil
yesterday and readied his skin Be fore leaving for the golf present six or eight specially d.
for an opening engagement to- course he received courtesy calls signed sports shrts, modeled %i
day with some old toes-the wa- from Denver Mayor Will F. NJoch- a group of young men.
ry trout of the Colorado Roc oes. olson, Lt. Gen. Hubert R. Har-
President Elseenhower, who mon, superintendent of the new Members of the Junta Feme-'
flew here Sunday from Washing- Air Force Academy temporarily nina, who will use the proceeds
ton, lost little time in getting a- located at Lowry, and Nielsen, a _P__ _
round to his favorite forms of Denver banker who. outlined ar-
recreation, rangementa or the Fraser expe- 1 i
After as 2 hour work session dition. N w
at the summer White House ,o I
headquarters at Lwry Air Force The PAresident iso f lgtgd
Base, the Preatldnt eadbd for Correspondence,,
theCheftalM Counto y ctir lbor t he g-tof
for a round of golf. morning,
Shortly before he left for the Preasident Elsiahptower formally i ItW iaste
SlyofPainot vhdfe issrrdpo
golf data, the White House an- drives to Fraser, high Inii the or brushed from an apesn.tis
nounced the President will leave ROckies 70 miles west of Denitbr. collar shaped top, soed ofs
this afternoon Idr a five-day Buit the unannounced arrival of Bakselite polyethylene which fits
fishing trip at the Aksel Nielsen his light, twiln-engino four-eat- over can rim. The high collar
Ranch near Frkser; Colo., 70 er plane started speculation that fee "t rmna Sa oltao
mile weet of penver ]dst across he ma use it on one or more of a fresh can *s 1? li "outy
the corinental Divide, the fishing expeditions. stirred. As a brush is lifted ot of
His grandson, seven-year-old the can, it is a aindst
David, will join him at Fraser Althougrh President Elsenhow-. straight-edged lip d ainst la
Wednesday, and the P'esident er waA obviously glad to have which wipes off e pN colar
planned to give the boy his first Washington worries temporarily Mue Products h. MnnJapos,
esson in dealing with the trout, behind, there still was some wort' Minn.)
Young David has been at a to do. He is expected to spend
boys camp at Estes Park, Colo., part of the time at Fraser work-
the past two weeks and will re- Ing on a speech for the American A push-button family model w
turn to Denver with the Presi- Bar Asan., Aug. 24 at Philadel- ing machine is mow an"labl. An
dent Sunday for a stay at the phia. estimated 200,00 dtft
home of Mrs. John 8. Doud, the stitches canbe made byh auto
President's mother-in-law. I The President landed at Lowry matic sewing machine. It also
The President's golfing part- late yesterday after a five-hour makes button-holes, dara blind-,
ners for this first outing of the and 34-minute flight f r o m stitches and monogram auto.-
summer at Cherry Hills included Washington in his Constellation. matically. Neochi Sewing Ms.
former Colorado Gov. Dan the colunbine. Mrs. BElsenhow- chime Sales Corp., New York N.Y.
Thornton, *Ralph (Rip) Arnold, er remained at their f rm home
Cherry Hills pro and William W. In Gettysburg, Pa., and will re.-
Flenniken, Denver oil producer, turnf with the President from Color styling which boosted the
The three gave President Els- Philadelphia. sales appeal 01 theautomobile in-
enhower a one-stroke handicap dustryIs now beingaslied to
each but Thornton warned him Hep Po -i telephones. Southern Teld-o
that they would cut down his Help,PoliCe phone& Telefraph o., Atlanta,
handicap every day. Ga., is cffe-g colors to match
The President hoped to get in SAGINAW. Mich. -(UP)- -Par- customers' automobiles. The Iw-:
18 holes today and to play again e nts m Saginaw have been urged tone is achieved when the base is,
tomorrow before leaving for Fra- to teach their children to call the!one color and the receiver is an-.
ser. He apparently is anxious to' police in case of trouble. other.
break his own reported record of
77 for the par-72 Cherry Hills A four-year-old boy was so In-
layout. structed and tried to use his new- A new material which is said to
The entire tone of the trip found knowledge to solve bis eliminate the need for ground coat-
left no doubt that the Prest- "baby-sitter problem." ing in porcelain enameing is nom
dent and his stgff will empha- being produced. The new method'
size taking It easy, at least for The lad called police and told is supposed to allow application ol
the immediate future, them to pick up a baby-sitter whoj the porcelain enamel flnsh coat
Well rested from a quiet nliht was causing trouble. The trouble. directly on ferrous metals and is
at the home of Mrs. Doud, the he explained after much prodding, said to have been tested over a
President arrived ikt Lo w0 r y Iwas that the baby-sitter had made1 two-year period. (Parket Rusti
cheerful and jaunty. 'him go to bed. Proof Co., Detroit, Midb.)

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: would go The olorsaa spuormez
, wonten trophies out of 1.
Jack Mahoney of Miami, Flor.
-. da, won tae Vanamerican
, World Airways trophy taor ue
S largest blick marli in the 30
is. test uai., u a& maran welga-
ed 198Ilbs.
Milton Wright (Balboa), for hi
3 5 ib. Slack marlin, won Ist prizi
in Unlimitea tiass, a tropny ao
mated by Cooperauva krequera
PanameOa. iL tns ciass AI r a
Tilly JlcLouaghy won sec o n d
prize, a Panama Tourist commia
aion trophy.
Fur his 300 lb. striped marlin
Paul H. ZimmsTmau of Criatoba.
won first prize in the 50 lb. class
and will receive a Panama Tour-
sat Commission trophy.
SGrorge W. Gii Jr. of Ft. Law
d'rdala, Florida, won two firsts,
** o fom- his 300 lb. striped marlin
At:. the i lb,. class (receiving a Pa-
n ama Tourist Commission T r o-
iy), and first prize in the 12 lb.
i* s aUse alas for his 123 pounded
*' (repaiving a sterling tray Ifrom
.. Armour & Co mpany).
o Frank Baxter of Miami, for his
C 112.b. 8 oz. saifish wins second
h prize in the 12 lb. class-a Towts
fruit bowl donated by Hotel El Pa.
aima. Pirat pritge-In the 20' lb.
S clas also go&s to this Miami filh-
a. enln for his 117I pounder, and in
I a case he will receive and eon-
p aved silver platter donated by
*th.. e Social Spectator Magazine.
I Joseph D. Kevorkian of Holly-
S wood FlIa won second prize In
the b0 lb. class for Mhis 104 lb. sarl
Ai sh, and will receive a trophy
t o Panama Clgaretter.
L i Mrs. Chubby M. .Wright of Balt.

p e a He

pitcher do ante by I
while 0aM1ander "" W. RuseB,
for his 120 lb. silaflsh,.wins a
Irphy from Colpan Motors.

iTHE SfUfit

Jo Ferrer and June All
nithologits In self-defeni
Wherever the go they fi
quere+ all faA sla. r natu
"Who, .r what, is a shri
The lnqqlrlew are engend
ring roles in Univeaval-ulter
nmat Palt Pratfr drama, r
TAL which frerrr
-e 0non the Puliter Prime
In the film the e
C o Pt-tetd by mriW
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af Major Bradford M. Muse of Co.
n rozal won a first for his 25 lb.
a dolphin in the 12 lb. class, receiv-
l- ing a sterling cocktail shaker from
d Casa Fastllch.
A- Frank Baxter, for his 32 14, dol-
.phin in the 20 lb. Class, will take
if a third trophy, a large silver bowl
i, donated by Buavel ice Cream and
g- Mil Co.
4 Virginia Spencer of Balboa, an-
t- other well known local sportswom-
s an for her 31 lb. dolphin the the
a, 30 lb. ellias, will receive a silver
n platter from the Social Spectator
Magazine. She will receive anoth-
er award also for her 18% lb. tuna
In the 30 lb. class, receiving a sil-
ver shell dish from the American
Bazaar. .*
M. J.' Baugher of Palm Beach
for his Amberjack catch weighing
140 lb. in the 30 1b. Class, wil re-

ter et NotM: Un !
elubs have bees fb 18sOtW: St
hard to aet muess hega. a-
y *ven. se us z .ss r !
needed, lfA' -Jimmy B.te,
Ia this second of three aric
investgates the trouble at Its
souree-Class D basebalL)

When you tell the story of what
makes a big league ballplayr,
you do not start with the k
hotel rooms Pullman car reom
ettes or soft-turfed playing fields
of the big time.
You go, instead, to Maple City
Park at 5:30 in the afternoon.
'Maple City Park is a cramped
and creaking field and it is home.
to the youngsters who. each year,
come from all over the country
to start their baseball careers
with the Hornell Dodgers.
The sun still Is hot at 5:301
when the played' step through a
door in the centerfield fence and
walk across the tough, scarred
grass to begin batting practice for
the night's game.

i '

ceive the National Brewery A- .
s ward a silver bowl. The Horuell cub has a work. -
e J. hybovitch Jr. of West Palm ing agreement with Brooklyn, ,o
- Beach receives a Paul Revere the players wear the blue "Dodg- Ml
a bowl.donated by the Leonard Wolf era" written across their chests.
. Advertising Co. for the "most It seems strange too, for Brook- IWI'
ldsailiish released in 'one day," lyn and Ebbets held ame a long
- which numbered seven on July 3. way off at this hour. -
Boyd Bartley. the drawn look I
CoL J. R. Burkhart of Ft. A. ing and quiet talking manager, jg 4
i mador will receive a hard luck puffs on a cigarette as he wathe
Sor conaelation prise, a trophy his players shove the batting
- donated by Rea Carts VJlea, for practice cage up to the plate and
his black marlit which was es- then begin taking swings. -
timated at about 2 lb., since Most of them strip down to the
no sacales were e v ailable t the kin above the waist. A young M
time. high school player from the town HiiIq
does tle batt g practice pitching,
Jack Ma Mbtey'o Miami's 1e The as., trtmooed 'graus tand
lb. black marlnt.-the 30 lb. clas is empty and1l4d Moxt of them_-
was adjudged t he "outstanding si or ceutn years old, romp in lU
Catch of the tourament" since e the oufie. O
was fishing on a -thread line. He It 0o1a more like sandlot than
Swill receive a silver cocktail shak- anything else and It must be i .
er donated by the Panama Rod tatough to Wortk up any enthusaIam AT 1
Reel Club. for a. gmoe In Class D baseball tl
Had LAdy Lick or old M a n unrde' then. casual conditions.
Time been on Vilma Burkhart's You find that o when y niu
side. she would have topped the talkA. o Jim Da vie. W Iste a i-ys-. at
tournament with her woman'c ree- old abortstop afrom aoma .- Thi St,
ordl braktin feat of catching a ty, Ok1.. a righthander -- ad hw le
% lb. black marin, caught the married day race.. -,
day following the close of the tour- "We've been matried usW t icti
naAe at. This catch would have three months now," hi wife, cap i un
"s t her top honors in the unlim- yeasr.'o Mary Lou. i me. the Juan
led class for black marlin. ".Bfore tax, we get 10 a D pi
Ih recognition of her sportsman- moth ead we puts awte e t .a ..A rI
ship in struggling for 4 hours 17 month so I can have carfare bek o ld brow
minutes -uring a tropical storm, homq, when oie .s5ion's ov, aOme uP:
Hotel 21 Panama will give Mrs. she days. 'ie c.. py .pays ." .ase.i
BUrkhart of Pt. Amador a special way bome.-And I Wtnt to take tlnewo aItt
award, according to J. H. C u n..Ira l'W*&e. the se. dc
.lnlnam, Istarted, Jj WasU-assigned M061u
S sn as the trophies ; r e iBa.*fIe As W to- s e ma

lew ooan i e o stwlff sete Too carmet. t... t...e. -re e l
Anaed ,b d a s eteSt wr we e me 1
-his avnaeragedA dour s i

S -a Little League game," he says.
"When the picture changes in

Stown hee, towe d th. ew o ti-ns
Costs $1.30 anid we spend another 2-Anoth

S 20the cntlb's money popcorn. We ve ia -Var

wr"You have a maltd andp a 3-yProto
warring JOSE FERRER and a nth. i t ad' b we
opening tomorrow at the weulr t mind paying less." ipansh

w 'ork ony ia .rt son 1-Ra.
SWen t e t u tael takes to its bus. -Lad
Sfor a road trip, the players -

money and are crammed, four at
"_ a time, into hotel rooms to save i-cons
"You have a malted and,h 3-Prowrs

byou gt to igrit your own men 2-cuau

A waitrscouts aret Whitman ou e 3- a
ciyson have turned amateur or- restaurant, says: on't
The percentagll live in takour fish fries mat

nd therelve boarded cost only 75 cnts. -Black
r, In the big leagues You gt be o
Stweon sevenn to do in s check d a

who choose cowhilege oa the road.
ered by teir current cotar g figures ot. 1--Aloni
releaute tomorrow at the 3-IgBull au

also directed The pcturmateur or- ery Qa

s as a misat of the elagr- Aee a 1-Ne1okl
Sthe p ercnta e in ta I g. i the
number of top high school athletes Se-

d by their current co-star- w at e
national's" n "* : 0 0 to-VAlon al
release tomorrowattheques""s 1 i 11
sq*" aam"oof the char-

%0n-LaW *me w*As" 3 i na 0 A 1-NaMe

x893 case|., at .one :ASMan
I Y I'l U ddr T tra 3 14 10 31 11
ea, .....* 3 0 3. ( ucat
BS 41 1 2 12 mEs
Oirf 2 D z 1 0 01-Machob

189 ornW..0 .'2- 3 00 0 0

u a w w bo. f l- 1i G3iWa s A
8 0 4 05 Co04

itn inci.the Al-Star Game has been such that the
S -batting practice a la Ted Wlliams. The Mooe's

waht sue
biH p t,

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Oore-gMarciano Bo ut To Be

sIt Bllyhoed In Years


s Feature,

uan Franco

,ud Chlriatl'a promislug
horws Hlpcrte yes ter-
d to an easy one-lengh
n the. featured "Handi-
dascion de Panama" at
m Franco race track.
a an unsteady ride by
Valdivia, the four-yeQl
n son of Hipo-PaliuMl
from a trailing position
by a full length over JA
hough go6Igf under :e-
own the Stretch.
t1W, .dAwq gra tA
r share of a 5I0W pure
ver.trophy. He returned
-ccen fe dd com-
tg 1.4o paid by up-
*r ito the ninth

i Fa.lmar .80, L..
Abe day.
a Ya topped th. rid-
athEe Victorile.

itBlade $ 11 3.20, 2.40.
or Fulmar $5.80, 3.40.
clan Maid $3.40.
Ita $$.G0, 3.20, 2.80.
itin $6, 7.20.
Dancer $3.80.

ntld $6.60. 4, 2.80.
eal .80, 3.
wo: $54.20.
$40, 2.20, 2.20.
leftsa $2.20, 2.20.
U $2.20.
la: 89;1.
0old 16.40, 3.60.
rates $7.0, 3.40, 2.60.
o $8.20, 6.
$10.40, 2.60, 2.20.
r Olrl G $40, 23.0.
ond Doable: S. ,
to $3.40, 2.40, 2.20.
Rai $3. 3.20.
*1: 111.46.
Ufe $0.40, 23.40, 4.40.
er 6.30,3.
It $2.80.
we: sU e.I
at $3.80, 3.80, 2.40.
sa $4.60. 2.10.
Suiado $2.8O.
$2.40, 2.60.

Ciano Mambo
(iOER. N.Y., Aug. 16
eorld's heavyweight box-
plt Rocky Madarcano
be dancn to a differ-
Mr Irinl Fields, tn-
zKz:writing t00N
nifsn In ttrpining for Wi

ttbile played
thei a elp.oft hLefon-
mal W INWhnabosI

NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UP) -
Every day li "April Fool's Day"
from now on as the tub-thump-
era shoot .the worHii t6 ake
Rocky. Marclano's title neanse
against Archie Moore oh Sept. 20
the most ballyhooed fight in
The scheme this time is to
keep everyone angry at every-
one else and that may be quite a
literary chore wth thewith the fight till
five weeks away.
There are ipt to be te the uual
fanciful tidbits such as one or
the other routing a masked bur-
glar In the dead of night or res-
cuing a maiden from a watery
grave but the general theme ap-
pears to be righteous anger.
More started out s ore at
SRocky in the first place be-
Scaue fat "a runaround." Now
| ky eals talkative Archie
"Mr. Gabbo."m
The International Boxing Club
Is said to be furious at More be-
cauOe ancient Archie selected
out-of-the-way North Adams,
MassM., for his traningng camp.
Moore's manager is steaming
be ye, re. atoned, to

haig e e
who leame tue kno abou
boxing from the Little Tutor.
S"Did you hear the latest?"
whispered one canhp follower.
"Goldman caught Rocky bribing
the waiters for extra food and
he blew his top. They ain't talk-

It was not explained how the
-Little Genius among trainers
would impact additional wisdom
to Marciano without talking .
Undoubtedly, there's no love
lost between Archie and Rocky.
Archie's campaign to "force" a
title matbh with Marciano was
bitter at times. A good deal of
It reflected upon the champion's
courage but about all Marciano
could say in reply was, "I light
who my manager tells me to."
One of the rems from Rocky's
eqmp reported the ehampole.
leaped up and danced a Joyou
JIi in front of his television
set after seeing oore belt out
Bob Olsos-Preqhing he'd now
fight Moore bipself.
Then. t was that manager Al
Well matched Rock with Moore,
and Marciano no longer had to
complain to little boys on the
streets of his old home town,
Brockton, Bas., that he was not
afraid of idleo Moore.
As a needler, Moore requires
little assistance from the tub-
thumper; The tale about taking
flying lewsons-thereby placing
a posble mllon dollar fight
gate in-posdble eopardy-ap-
parently was his own idea.
But here's one tb about
Archie. the IBC nor his'
manage fr anyone else would
have stopped him f that's what
he wanted to do.
Archie Is his own bos.

In 25th Year Of

Tr-ck And Fd
EDINBURO, Tet. (NnA- -
Chuck' Beaudry won the WaOhpt
and dscus in a local mee. .
Beaudry, former Marouetta
tar Wa S National Ai-tSeW
te Union delcathlaes cbaat
-pr, ha competed fUW e ome
i ve -yers.
He an assistant profess at
Mw. Tet., Collge.

Japanese Team

Again Defeats

US Swimmers

OSAKA, Japan, Aug. I1 (UP)-
Japan, paced by a powerful trio
of breast-strokers; tuned back a
powerful visiting American swim-
ming team in four out of six
swimming events in the finale of
a two-day dual meet Saturday
night for a 43-27 victory.
Twenty thousand fans jammed
the Osaka Swimming Stadium to
watch the brown-skinned Rising
Sun stars sweep the 200. meter
breaststroke, repeat their victory
over the Americads .in the 800
meter relay and upset the visiting
spars in the 100 meter and 400 me-
ter, freestyle radeq.

Meter ousey.uAq nAbmool
time of 1:02.7, only five-toenths of
a second behind t werld'reo
set by G. Tumpek of Hunpgary at
year, an 16-ye ld-' Fiank Mc-
inney who defeated Amricas 0-
lympic Champlaion eshinobu Oya-
kawa by a touch in the 100 me-
ters backtroke at he sterling
time of 1:05.4.
No world records were broken
as heat and fatigue told on both
teams With a few exceptions, per.
formances were generally below
the record-smashing levels the a
two teams had set in a three-day
stand at Tokyo last week and on
the first day of their meet here

The American breaststroke s
were no match for the powerful
Japanese, led by world record
hold Masaru uruawa. Their
lessons well taught by coach Rel-
so Koike; who won the breast-
stroke event at the Los Angeles
Olympics in 1934, the Risiag Sun
swimmers swept all three ir st
places over the 900 meter edurse
with ease,
The powerfully buft Furukawa
set a scorching pace from the be-
ginning and wn by three meters
over teammates Hsashi Gomazu-
r and Moto Kimura in the time
of 2:35.3.
The Japanese padded their
score also with two thrillin upset
victories in the freestyle events
with Manabu Kgsa just catchig
America's flying six-foot three
see, Red Patterson- in the 100 me-
ter freestyle and Yoshiiro Shoji,
oenerat regaled. as Japan's
2 distance man, outaspriting
American Oympi Cha P
Ford anmo i t 4060 a o
to wi bya Btk o there
Kega's winning time a r5slM.
'ads flat, and Soji was clocked
in 4:3.4. ,.t, .
During the meet, the athletes
complained that the Wer
was too w and caused tem
to tire quickly. Offielal said he
ol temperature tonigMt wa .
dir.a centlgrade (84.6 Sabrea.

DETROIT, ob.. Aug.. 16 (UP)
CTe Loabistb ;-

.larm In NOew OUWeW La,
iatnthe reqiai of tha
- a -~oto yoneStn

S WIll.t 1$ was Crin al's ~pe t that ha -ta tent l
on problem for mueh a long tIlM& ihSsu.
a gmr thre gh the motions of leigra
h to jtimb,,sown, andoSn thiks. injrftr'f ta. th
... .m.. i
had toLoubeluue frAnchmeh fe e'slgk br
meted the quick brtish had~nothlug whathu~bm i
to do with eese's ability to play In to big but
rather an Impulutve expression of Crot a t 4n th
interuece he was through as a ballplayers.
It was probably sItlflant lRat BIy 3ns. th geaa
manager who manipulated the deal for now, found lman
among the e fa nly unemployed shorty thereafter.

If that -was an extraurdlusaryr.wair t los-qat o1-LaMa AM

workings' ofthe law of compensaviont-casme- uoi-fRyYa. .,
the present Incumbent, In the most ordinary way ope :-
They traded a bullpen catcher lotr ailt, which a Ishoat a-
close. a you can come to making 'ay kind of budWiOW ta n ,
action with stage money. '.. .,,
I Jul finished a phone aonnvesation wthoe ofe-o'.uruisl
among the umpire. A kueodeallea ,eauba lh Sa th .bos
worked a nmer of the Rotd.,x games th a yeemwh ret
his fing er.on any n a n l fas r that w d llnts te th* t .
ly unexpected Dton sr5nS? / ?
"The Lttr te Dtha at s hort" my friend a wre ,.
stantly. "Re's a ball of Slre.* .. |
Not even the oldest settler can-rememoberwhen. a:Etad J
player was last accused of posen a flaming tt.itor ed I
in to make like a arkpIlug. But my unlUrafulena.-i wI
?tLer;, h the way) slmtyadates that year-.i.Z! -
inch 170-pounder, is actually guilty as charged. -. ..
"I never thought I'd r-. to see the day,.' the genMi
in blue added, "but the Little DUtcbana s ot ev
ball club hutilung even WIliMa. '-

S an ne
It would be the height of i.ony It f-e. e '

to a/
That's where he came from, you know. The Giants ai .
The Identity of the brilliant knothuead who let him get ..awS
being charitably supprzeed. And'all the wijle Daves4
phyalcal fitness was a matter of grave and general dou -

Ophroy Tennis Toa

Yesterday afternoon Webb
Heam was in real form when he
faced Paul Harper of colon, and
he subdued Harper at 6-0, 6-.
The match scheduled between
George Motte and Angel _elva-
Ile bad to be defaulted to George

A youth called Randolph Bar-
ber was right there for every
shot that Car)os Levy bad i thed
bag. He rushed the net and
made such thrflUpg ut-off shots
that he had Le at the disd-J
vantaeed with every-
thing h ham, not lettg
up on a shot, butt the youth wa*
so daring that he won mte Inmat.
at 8-6, 6-3 amidst the liberal ap
clause of spectators.
This aften at 4 o'clock
Alvin Lloyd win face Col
Douglas at 4:20. Earl Omphroy
will play Carlto Taft and:
5:20 k Qtga p Ousbro plays
TomorrOw attmMoon the wna-
ner of the CharrsRu-ard
afb whih J b eUng played
olis Coats t 4 o'clock. After this
match the winmdr sf 'he optll-
Omphroy matob the
winer of the LlUqd-
mateh. At 5:0 -the winne of
Omphroy- match wl umet
urday afternoon t '-

clock the up)
m.2e wll be
Webb Reain
Molts. 7rri

s-adn we u
:;Id -

MJiRCI Ki gi -

id between Earl Omplrty ate
Wmima.-Arthur. Ompnaryba a.
edge over Arthir, and hoe.,
8., The next match was
John Maduro sad Irving 0 mp hi
roy, and Omaphry W .n .6 4
Next Paul Harper won nt4mjA
at 64, -1. from P OFW
The program- the 16 um
hass beeoa stepped -up i
defau-Jlht l m to Co.ts, C
eta to v g AljTid C..l.C l
Odield to Carlton

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CeaRin To 146 Victory

BEaU~r, .Ps (UP)-The- nma
Canal em t -vs aI.*. w awayetWS
Ib1* r .p tini g de d thdttgctWh

Xthe o.eruii W Natto alsVetepa of
metto u aaes tsr. jste
The Canal Zone nie which tek vd mor- thsan

tIeroa jirnuy tsuit juinpul lM t three-run led
in flfbt huii widened that mnarin steadily and

"S a ated l p itches, filling the bae&. Chai
ag oh 44 Move, the right-,
ea --t5 E r, hdie tat eateOno r*t-
A i nm A Iall orint. Whe n rry urfe

--by .rank peoples, -.p teh to Riter and Curd.t ot-
Avea Walla b V = 1 JAM -UNs -

u ecosd baseman was lowed him to the plate when
l tn aeafter the Winfmboro catcher jerry Jones
Sa when the Canal threw wild to th..
SoeLt five l mes to stretch Peoples, fWo scored three of
o 9-i. Wanahbor ttaly Winnaboro's tallies, singled and
ko winning pitcher Wayn caKie home on Mt Under's hi
Waftro te hee in evmh to iive Wnabeo t eond run
an iTnlining by acrlng or botso. f.m othe
times but Orlando Nunez came The gnal Zone diamonud9a
an to put out the fire by tSir- cked u their 10tta In the
sthi final two meo. =frth and really leed te game
ut two teams took the field with manther trio of markers In
shortly after 2 p.m. after brief the sixth.
earmoni were held to nu- Wall ptced wen ll i
tate the tournament. Before th eaut sevea sa walnMdh .eli
ama the two atnes Id u a- two. He kept the epp4e=u9
roe the baseline as the Natioenal nidt with a Vary ef eloe-
Anthem was played. The. the W -e h oiw" n fad "fat
Canal Zone prayer crossed over bal. e irdt a te final i.-
!!l a.. Ef a m n a t h S aS to

Wtl OPP tMR wamf -am wa w r an1vW I
nlit amp Of -er nbore territorY. of the ga
Boys eompriilg the telm are The wi
primarily the sons of civiUan GlouseAtr,
workers. gune of
The C l J me sered three card ache
in the fst off a walk to Da The New
Rybr, an tnfeld ea a t ew way into tj
paws to Ois Kilrakd, IBMa- setting Ha
man's double over the center- Peunnelva
fielders head and a wild In clUml
throw. Canal Zone
Wlanaoro got one of then the favorite
back on pass to Frank Poples, tournament
hlratet of second, an lafield ut wer runn
and a passed ball. ellmndation
The team from near tha equa- Elin, ill.
tor, pltekes Vp another marker In VeW Na
the second on Curdta walk, his Tournamer
steal of second and a wild pitch. CGal Zon
Then the broke the game wide Wlmnuboro
pe in the L frare. Btterles
I_ te na toC eoa9t for unm l

ohar i wajMa1*' ,ar foer pitcher,

New York ....71 4 .M07 Brooklyn .
Cleveland ....70 46 .M S Milwaukee
Chicago ......I 45 .58 New York
Boston ......67 40 .578 30% Philadelpl
Detroit .......60 .5 .52310 Chicago ..
9mas City..48 41038 Ci anajtt
Washtngtof .41 73 .360 36% St. Loult .
Baltemore .. .s 77 .1 3 0 pitttburgh

mUAnf sANN Brooklyn
EKansas City at Ceago (N) ph.adel
Cedlansd at Detrot (N) Cagso
ew York at Boston (N) M2lwak
alNtaOr as Washlngtn (N)
-, ._ mSEB
( iOst moi Milwaukee
ew York 121000 001-5 19 0t. Louis
Batlnome oO0000t-4 6 3 pah (
WIter.ElUka N(e)i .aa Schmidt
,a'- I rence, Woo
iwa* :.d ', .... [ O,. y g0
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wa. be a

ni gsA IbIaled.

I-an... ,. :-.

e a-.'tina nd Sweetwar e
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bleacherite, found usual attire of shirt, socks and shoes too
much during a hot afternoon contest. Greenbaum found his center
field seat as warm as the American League race.

14-Year-Old New York Boy

Cops 18th Soap Box Derby
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11. AKRON Ohio, Aug. 18 (UP) MontgomeDy's wife, singer Di-
mr0s now .go ainst MAJOR LEAGUR LEADERS Richard Rher, 14, ochester. N. nahS hore, sang for the spectat-
, N.J., in the final Y., after a strict diet to make the ors.
a four-game playofik B UmNITlD PREs weight limit of both driver and
duled for tomorrow. car, outsped 152 other entrants After the race, Rohrer was to
Jersey team won Its (Based on 300 official at bats) Sunday in the 18th annual Soap be feted at the traditional w I n-
he tournament by up- Box Derby in his blue and gold near's banquet.
rrilburg suburban of 1 0ADING MATTlEM racer to win $5,000 in c o 11 e g e
ala 1-0. s...cholarship money and the win-
namn. Winsaboro the NATIONAL LEAGUES ner's trophy.
0 outfit became one of Ashburn, P. 108 417 66 139 .333 Rohrer coasted down the 975-- Olson Scores
Lea to take this year's Klus'skfCln 117 466 92 153 .26 foot course at Derby Downs ih
t. The Winnsboro nine C'neta, Skin. 90 338 62 109 .322 27.25 seconds. He also had the l e-Uani-m ss D cIsio n
ters-up in Ist year's But u.i, GCn. 91 324 53 102 .315 fastest time of the day's four U|l |mous Pe Isi
is which were won by Shier, Skit. 111 406 100 125 .308 heats: 27.13 seconds.
tional. Teener League AMERICAN LEAGUE The New York state teenager V M Jibf MaN tin z
nt weighed a mere 120 pounds last
a 315103 1-14 10 3 Kallhe, Dot 114 451 09 157 .349 September when she started build PORTLAND, Oregon Aug. 16 -
,L. 1010004 6 t 3 Kuenn, Dot. 1M 455 74 147 .323 in his car -for the preliminary (UP) Carl (Bobo).Olson, mid-.'
i: Canal Zone, Wall, Pow.r, X.C. 111 452 70 144 .19 derby qualifier in Rochester. but dleweight champion of the world.
and Baleman; Winas- ,. 99 .t 1 141 Z 1 03 e grew so fbtt that by the time fightlg for the first tine since'
Rd ander, d ad M a. lt A 1 T4 .07 te race I around, he stoo d he'd been repulsed in hiseffort to'
S t Wtld hefty 14. lift light heavyweight champion
Pitcher, Woa,; l ONiI INs itA e t be.atIll hadto Archie Modre's crown, turned
srap car and build back an eager but unable Jimmy
XEltsewali, Redless ..... 41 another that would accommodate Martinez here Saturday ni g h t.
task Clubs ......... a hs lengthy fral e. scoring a unanimous decision in a
de, Dodge ......... Rorer defeated Dave Thayer, 10-round outdoor fight at Multno-
l Maa, Giants ........... 36 14, of DetrIt, and Albert Cobble, mah Stadium.
~~B Mathew raves ....... 20 14 of Long Beach, Calif., who fin-
Ghoed second and third respective Unranked Martinez, from Phoe-
SUNS BATTED IN ly and who received $4,000 and nix, Arizona, was unable to dam-
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Snider, Dodgers .........109 also got trophies., though he did take some of 0-
g lsewk, Redlega .... gg In fourth was Michael son's best punches without ever
iLkCobs e ........ ..... 3 Chick, J4, ofDover N. H., and hitting the deck.
nalte, Phllles .......... 92 fifth wis Norema Esterbrook. 15.
M A .....An Jenen, Red ax ........ O90 of Columbus, Ohio. They received Olson weight 165 pounds for the
)NAL LEAGUE B2,000 and $100 respectively. non-title fight, giving him a slight
RUNS An estimated G 000 persons -lin weight advantage as well as a def-
W L Pet. -GB ed the hill to wAtce the little cirs. inite, experience edge over Mar-
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... .1 55 .526 17 Mantle, Yank ........ Rohrer's family was present to 66-44 and 61-49 for Olson with the
1a .59 60 .496 320 I Kluesewski gRedlg -" see him win and he said over a'referee giving the champion the
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....51 63 .447 3T8 ence." Rohrer dd .he planned to
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That Good Pitching Abs

NEW YORK. Aug. 18 (t6 r- Boston'1 tp te was knocked
The slusgers have stilei ap ot-An a four-run third Inning
spotlight the tene Ame lcan after being presented with a 6-0
League battle and knocked the lead. The Yankees have gotten
old axiom that pitching pays off only one complete game from a
in a tight pennant race into a pitcher in rolijus to their six
cooked hat. straight wine and the Red Box
It used to be that the experts have had one complete game in
singled out the contender with their last five contests.
the stroneast pitching staff and Bauer, who hit two homers In
confidently predicted it. would Sunday.'s sweep of the Orilmps.
win out. And. more often than connected for his 13th against
not, they proved correct. Bill Wight to give rookie John-
But it's the boys "with the big my Kucks his. eighth win in re-
bang" who are tUflng out to lief. The Yagkees had gvap
be the key men in the eurrent starter Bob Witeer a 4. marug
four-team struggle. '- but he was kayoed when Ba U-
The New York Yankees, for more tied the score in the fifth
example, recaptured' .first place frame.
by a hlf lyme for f time Williams' homer, his 20th of
they downed th at-pllceBal- the season, climaxed asix-run
Utimore Orioles, 5-4 and 12-6. A outburst during which Washing
ninth-inning home run by Hank ton right-hander Ted Aberna-
Bauer gave them the wninnng thy issued six walks-only two
margin In the opener while short of the record for an in-
Mickey Mantle's 28th and 29th ning. The Senators chased Par.
rbund-trippers of the season nell in the very next inning.
carried them to victory in the however, before Leo Klely came
nightcap. out of the bullpen to hurl shut-
At Boston, meanwhile, a out ball for the last 6-2/3 in-
pretty fair country hitter ings .
named Ted Williams hammier- williama homer tied hims
ed out the 13th grand slam with Cleveland's Ralph Kiner
homer of his career to lead the for the lead in grand slams a-
Boston Red Sox to an .8-4 tr- mong active players. They're
tumph over the Washington 10 short of Lou Gehrig's rec-
Senators. ord.
Pitching? Both Yankee start- The Indians and White Box
,ers failed to last through the were idle yesterday but swing
'sixth inning and Mel Parnell. back into action against Detroit

LNCH Virgil Akins. left. of
t. Luis and Cuba's Isaac Ln-
wart are tightly locked here. but
the welterweights fought a see-
saw 10-round battle at New
York's St. Nicholas Arena.
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NEW YORK. Aug. 16 (UP)-'
The home run punch of Rocle "
Nelson and Jonathan Clyde 1 ar-
ris provided the MOtreaM .
Royals with a game-and-a-hab
lead today In the hot Interna-
tional League ennant race.
Nelson and Parris each' bt-
ed a two-run homer last t
to provide the widinIg sO
as the Royals turnedD back .,
second.pv e Toronto R
7-3, behind the Cx-hitt v ;l
of southpaw Tom Latrda. W.
Nelson, who Is battlne for ,
"triple erown" In tting,
homer was his 0th of the .
Maria Ptoone was the starts
and loser In the key game. *
Toronto, although he hit a ho1 6.
er In the third Inning .
The third-sole Cuban 'EPu-;'
Kings fell $s games off thlo
pace when Jim Owens of th&--
Syracuse Chiefs beat them on a ,.
seven-hitter, 7-2. .
In other games. Ollie Van
Brabant of Columbus shut ouat
Richmond ent four hits. -B., d ad'
Rochester ward five runs tihe
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Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: Can e it her the
shortstop or second b aseman n
move back of second base while
the pitcher is in the act of de-
livering the ball? The purpose, of
course, would be to detract the
batter.-Jack Lemon.
Answer: No. The mpirsh weld
warn the Infelder the first time,
throw him out if he repeated the
performance. This happened at
Fenway Park when the Tigers
were there on their last vi s it.
Harvey Kuenm waited Mt th e
pitcher was Ia mtelo before cut-
fiag to his post in the Ted Wil-
Hliams shift. Umpire Eddie Rom.
mel immediately warned the De.
treit shrtste.
Q. Did Jak itler. the veteran
i Brooklyn verDay bi
league ball?-SedewiA Llhninag.
A. FPtler played le game at
second base for the Pirates of
1117, was with them briefly the
following fall.
I Q. What is the ancestry of Al
Lopez, the Cleveland manager?-
'Rufus McCready.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country ssafe" Abraham Lincoln.


Accused Sergeant Says He SIap

Fo.ce Secretary Harold E, Tal-
bott ileftt and Defense secre-
tary Charles E. Wilson engage
hi private conversation in Wil-
son's Pentagon office during
news conference held for new-
ly-named Air Force Secretary
Donald Quarles. Reports which
circulated that voices were
S raised during this conversa-
tion were denied by Talbott.

'Enoch Arden' Filer

Will Seek Divorce1

Aflorney Anounces
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Aug. 16
(UP, Airman Daniel C.
Schmidt, 24-year-old "Enoch
Arden" who returned from a
Communistprison camp last krli-
day to find his wife happily
married to another man, will file
for a divorce, his .attorney said
Schmidt, formerly of
d'Alene, Ida., was one of 11 w
S beolrn of a uperfort crew w hro
S were imprisoned by the Reds for
Months on trumped-up "spy"
Ik We ife, Ua@flDVAO* t

two months before ishe. lars
chmidt was alive and a prs-
onel' of war.
The young a$rman and his 20-
S year-old wife conferred secretly
IQr three hours in the. office Sa
t's attorney in Nh va City
late Friday night.
Ig was the first time they had
seen each other since five weeks
after their marriage lJ 1953.
And Una reportedly told Dan-
ny she preferred to remain with
her second husband.
Schmildt conferred with a
gaeramento attornq this morn-
IMg and the rwti, later said:
"Schmnidt defMitely: wants to
tile a divorce acti."
The big' stak 1.the divorce
will bo yMung Dan. Jr., the
tisy sef tO fter he hao
egoe oi St WKorea.

ed 4$r rettg In-Ieveda
City, *.
The attorney Mld he and the
young flier had discussed wheth-
er he should saet the custody
of the decision had
-been reached.
The lawyer i.Id he had been
S requested not to disclose
Schmidt's residence in Sacra-
mento. "He has been upset and
not sleqping lately, and he
ha asked that au tews of his
case be f M through me,"
the a E .
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NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UP)- "From the time we were taken
Sgt. James C. Gallagher testi- prisoner until we went to Camp
fled at his murder-collaboration Three, it was a case of dog eat
trial yesterday that "It was a do ."
case of dog eat dog" among A- Gallagher admitted he had.
merican soldiers taken prisoner "This means to hell with
by the Chinese Communists in you and hurray for me, the
Korea. old Army term, doesn't it?"
The 23-year-old Brooklyn vet- Jenkins asked.
eran appeared as his own star "Yes, sir," Galagher replied.
witness in an effort to win ac- It was in Camp 5, before the
quittal of charges of killing three men were sent to Camp 3, that
fellow prisoners add giving aid John William Jones, Detroit;
and comfort to the enemy. Donald Thomas Baxter, Wauken,
Testifying In a thick Brook- la., and a smdier Identified on-
lyn accent, the boyish-look- ly as Dunn, died.
Ing, red-haired Gallagher de- Under direct examination by
nied he caused the deaths of his attorney, Lt. Col. William B.
two men who allegedly were Walsh, Gallagher. testified a-
thrown outdoors to freeze to bout the deaths of Baxter and
death and one who was beaten Jones.
and hung from a barracks The Army charges these two
wa pi. men were so sick and starved
He admitted he slapped two after, they were dumped out-
of the men ahd hung one on a doors in 40-degre below zero
peg., but claimed it was for their temperatures that they were un-
own good, able to crawl to shelter and
Under cross-examination by froze.
Maj. James J. Jenkins, Gallagher "Did you at any time put Bax-
denied testimony by 23 other ter outside his hut?" Walsh ask-
former prisoners who said they ed.
saw the sergeant mistreat the "No air, I did not," GallAgher
three alleged murder victims, replied emphatically.
"Those things happened three "Did you ever put Jones out-
years ago, almost four." he said. side his hut?"
"If my memory happens to be "I did, sir."
better than theirs, I can't help "Will you explain the circum-
it." stances?"
Jenkins asked Gallagher if in "I went bask to the sqqad
pre-trial questioning ,he had and Jones was lying there and
made this statement: I asked him why he didn't go

out ad cslma 'SnlWfH ap.
said he didn't want to and I
couldn't make him. Then o-
gen, the squad leader, said
we should 1ut him aut and he
helped me pat him out."
Gallagher said e went out
later and brought Jones back
inside the but.
He said he .aw Baxter lying
in the center pf thi compound
and went out to help bring him
back IndoorS.
A Chinese doctor later said
Baxter was dead, Gallagher said.
"Then he (the. doctor) said
Jones was dead, but Jones was
still mumbling and everyone
protested. So the doctor opened
Jones' sleeping Iag and checked
him with a stethoscope, Then he
gave him a shot of something
under the heart. About an hour
later Jones was dead."
In the case of Duih, Gallagher
said, a doctor had advised Dunn
to exercise at least two or three
times a day to speed recovery
from pneumonia.
Prosecution witnesses ha v e
testified Gallagher slapped Dunn
and hung him on a peg where
he died, '
"Did you ever hang him on a
peg on the wall?" Walsh asked
the defendant.
"I'd say I put him on the peg
two or three times," Gallagher
"I tried at first to hold Dunn

Theater, Radio And TV Performers

Miss Cues
M rW TORE, Aug. 1* WP) -
A cdnressional Ivestigation of
communism on Broidway, radio
and television opened yesterday
with a courtrgom drama of de-
tince dlimaxed by a five minute
attack on the hearing by a mem-
ber of the cast of the hit play
"Bus Stop."
The House Un-American Ac-
tivities Committee's hearing was
disrupted when Lou Poland, tall,
hawk-nosed sheriff of "Bus
Stop" shouted a denunciation of
the proceedings as an "Inquisi-
Rep. Francis L Walter (D-
Pa.), committee chairman, and
his counsel, Frank Tavenner,
tried to outshout the 51-year-
old, Runian-born witness dur-
ing his tirade.
Members of the standing room
only audience packed into the
federal courtroom applauded
Polan while Walter repeatedly
rapped his gavel for oraer.
Finally, after Polan's attorney,
David Scribner, get into t h e
shouting act, Walter dismissed
The actor stalked fr'oei the
witness stand clutching a long
protest statement he had hoped
o read into the record.
Tempers flared after several
other actor witnesses had ap-
All of them refused to pick up
their cues to testify about al-
leged Red connections, and were
dismissed after brief appear-
The first of 27 witnemes
called by the committee were
Stanley Prager, a member of
the east of ts hit musical
"Pajama 'Game"; John Rea-
delph, ho played "CaptPah
Videe's" bodyguard on TV,
and George Tyae, a pwformer
in l at year's Broadway suc-
cess, "Lanatles. and Levers."
They were followed by Martin

3 PanCanol Houses
To Be Repeinted

wa1 IThree houses on the Atlantic
r this Side and two on the Pacific Side
Mag- are scheduled for interior paint-
Ug3 under two Panama Canal
ached paint projects, bids for which
o were openedrMonday mor in I
t the Balboa Heights A AfnMh a-
Build ing-
r anniel RoIas, with an offer of1
SM was apparent low bdr
o. he work of painting House No.
804 n Ancon and Hose No. 069n
Lb Balboa.
SFno parent low of $415 on the worki'
,f painting the interior of House
r4- oe. 1 nttun a Houses NO.

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At Congressional Probe
\n,rlw alrwjr o the International Workers Or-
ist appeared i out Pacfie," der in 1940. The organisation
who invoked the Fifth Amend- has been cited by the attorney
ment in refusing to say whither general as a Communist front
he is a Communist. group.
Prager, 58, and Randolph, 40, Tavenner said the group tour-
now appearing in "Much Ado A- ed 20 cities in a play entitled
bout Nothing," invoked the First "The Yanks Are Not Coming."
and Fifth amendments in re- He said it followed the Commu-
fusing to say whether they are nisat Party line of the Hitler-
active Communists. Stalin pact era. Prager refused
"I would love to tell you," Ran- to answer any questions about
dolph said, "but I don't think the project.
you have the right to ask me."
Tyne, 48, was threatened with Randolph refused to sa y
a contemp. citation for refusing whether he is a member of a
to answer questions, but he Communist Party caucus in the
claimed no constitutional privi- American Federation of Radio
lege. and Television Artists. He said
He called actor Lee J. Cobb a he was a charter member of the
"stool pigeon" for identifying union, however.
him earlier as a member of a The actor, wearing sideburns
"Comunist group" in Hollywooa for his role in "Much Ado About
in 1943. Nothing". at the Brattle Thea-
Televislon cameras were ban- ter, Cambridge, Mass., criticized
ned from the courtroom lor the the committee.
duration of the. three-day hear- "I detest the jurisdiction 'of
lng-, this committee and I believe you
Walter said he wanted to are here only to create fear,
make it clear the hearing "is conformity and blacklisting in
not an investigation of the the theater," he said.
field of entertainment," but _
only of persons in the field
who are or were Communist 720h Amiva ra
Party members and who may
have promoted Communist ob-
joetves within their profes- f J lM\S
The New York Civil Liberties i
Union, an affiliate of the Amer-
lean Civil Liberties Union, urg-
ed the committee to confine Its
questions "strictly to conspira- The 200th anniversary of the
trial acts" rather th&n inquire birthdate of John M a r shall,
into political beliefs or past af- fourth Chief Justice of the Unit-
fillataon. ed States and one of the great
It said exposure of former patriots in the nation's early
Communists who may have no history, will be observed in the
connection with the movement Canal Zone next month.
today would "unjustly damage In proclamation issued by
tiatin and professional Gov. J. Seybeld, the month of
re tions an pof a September of this year has been
Tymeas th' first witness. He designated as John Marshall Bl-
was asked whether he was ac- centennial Month. The observ-
sted with Cobb, and refused dance on a natlonw de scale was
ted with Cobb, and refused authorized by a joint resolution
I thinks the privilege offered of Congress and by a proclama-
I th the privilege ofered tin Issued b Pres. Eisenhower.
by the Fifth Amendment is won- n h S n Vrs e eis eorwe.
derful for those who with to take John Marshall was born ce a
advantage of it," Tyde said, "but log cabin in Prince WlUiam
I'm not standing on It." County, Virginia, on Sept. 24.
Frank Taveiner, committee 1855. He was aRevolutionary
Frak Tae cmmin t War i soldier for nearly six years
counsel, placed in evidence a and four at Brandywine. Mon-
photo copy of a Communist Par- mouth and Valley Forge. HB
ty card dated Dec. 9,1944, and thenentered law practice and
made out to "Buddy" Yarus, national politics. pctce
Hollywood, Calif. Tyne admitted He gained national fame for
his real name Is Martin Buddy his diplomatic mission to France
Yarns, but he zefued to iden- in 1W and rthi served a term
"yeAl rdthese .uetions e nin the House of Representatives.
Alharest iose bearaeme Secretary of State
private Ideas and associations," under President Adams and wae
invasion of any personal and then eppointed Chief Justie of
he said the Supreme Court. serving from
Tyanesaid wasblackst- unl his death in 1836.His
ed i the movie industryin lonae temre of office as Ch!f
11 and in the TV InduistyS Juste was djung the nation's
in 1 beatus "t"ishi commit- frmaWte period and his detr-
tee printed by named in the aum had treat influence on the
srwsp 7rS .-' fundamental OB which the na-
Tavenner said the ubcommit- tfon's prestin rests.
tee had tried twice previously In hi probation. Gov. sa-
to subp*a Tyne, but without ba e .es at individual.
success. and fraternal organizations lend
Prger, a short character act, their astnIe in the proper
W quetiMted by Tavenner a. obsa2ae o the month ofSep-
busit a OW d ^ sponsang te lto 2nhig John Marsb&
'TI ., ,.,

up with, my arms, but he was
too hekal I had one of those
Woong OX carves and I placed it
ner h Arms and hung him
over the peg. That way he could
exercl his arma and legs with-
out. too-much exertion on hbis

Gallagher sald he slapped
Dunn iSeveral times" because
"he wlMn't get 1p to take
hisi exa- ."
ltta~. 4 tWvor three days
alter tle lst time he was plac-
ed on the peg, Oallagher said.
"He O aut didn't want to live,
sir," the witness said.
Gallagher denied he ever
threw Dun out of the barracks,
as wilnaesa tetfied, or that
there w .window through
which another proner claims Lo
have watched the prisoner's
Under pross-ekaminatlon, Jen-
kins questioned Gallagher at
length about Dunn.
"Dunn wasn't sick, he was
lazy, .Gallagher claimed.
"How .much did you say he
welghe ?' Jenkins asked.
"AbO, 110 pounds."
And you say he was so weak
you had. to hang him on a peg
to exercise him?:Do you call
that lazy?"
"I don't know," Gallagher re-


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Unofficial r.forts aWd four
person;wkere k were
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character at midday the
Soets ibegUa demafdl gttut
. Gunfire end tear gs bf.tlsed
twice during the m o
#ee the angry mobs

crowd which attacked pollee
front of the Bombay secretariat
Tear gasalso was used to force
back the mob.
Police tactics were employed
to control another riotous mob
whi hl *metmhd at JTl THi nd

wni.. aaamuivmUu ae a aJLUu n Vw jIjlI Jlme yesteraay anl-
college. lOunmed the "peaceful nvaslon"
had been called off.
The rioters stalled all bus earh aeros *the border
services In the city and stoned at Bande started .wheu about
the empty and idled buss. All 8 ndians s at a
trains alsq were forced to a n the b.,r. They werl
standstill and Bombay was dressed by0Comment loaders
virtually paralyzed as demon- S. A.4angp. ad V. &. Ch]itala.
strators ranged the s tr e e t The w! told to drop fl on
forcing shoA s and stores to the ground if there wa frin
close. not -to -nse violence and to pck
The general poet ,office and up 4heir dead and wounded be-
all banks closed their doors. forxg~treting.-
All foreign consulates were Te first ireuo of about, 50
advised to haul down thelf flags ndas mar ed eroeas the bor-
to recent Dible Nlndetts. der in weU-dieclplined an ..or
The rioters surgeL ough dery l es.-They -wre about 30
the streets shouting u's.gans. feet insIde-the enclave when the
carrying effigies and defying po- first shots were fired.
lice to "shoot us." A group of a1, Portuguese Do-
In front of the secretariat a llcemen standliu about 100 feet
large group battled police with Inside the border, fired rifles
stones and fists as crowds on apd automatic weapons over
nearby rooftops watched the their heads in the first volley.
struggle in the streets. The marethers fell flat on their
Police said 40 or more persons faces on the nuddy road,*
had been arrested, Includig two Then the 40ayear-s d wom-
Communists of- the bus ahlon. an marcher, Sabhadra Bal
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