The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00121
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00121
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no M Aaeaml so ep for, fenofen Ie R Thi PalmWO AOm Eastern headquarters. his hea-
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I aeep he lNs Iit0ed wte ee pegs o me. sounding =.
Sle Us ae sect eed mte And the place to come out
gspepu am WSbiltS1i 'tee o s e i M fighting, they saying, is on
smgad The low hftem ,ede. the platform It the AFl con-
-- o ventfon on the morning of Sept.
E-SCIENST DISSOLVI. REDSTRI- 17 Wihen the General faces 00
SNGINER-SCITST DISSOLVES REDII- labor leaders representing some
UTES WEAI9, AND DISM M POI'A'TICAL 9,000,000 members.
%E ,want him to r punching
UMal Box Editor: may not be Mn aI. But if
As Governor John 8. Seybold spoke largely from notes when they are that speech will
he addressed a meeting of the' Panam Cnapter of the Amer- make dbre inds noise
lian ciety of Civil Engineers early this week, his speech was inside labor. It wilm l cil-
anot quoted ifl the press at the time. Since then, some of us Zno lao's whonal
who enjoyed it have secured copies for distribution in engineer- for the first time right on
Ing circles. It ocears to me that Mail Box readrs might also their home Fround with a
find the Governor's remarks of Interest. frank statenSSt that i
senhower does't believe
-PANAMANIAN ENGINEER. that the highest echelon
union leaders reflect their
(Editor's Note: Excerpts from the speech are quoted be- rank-and-Ife politically.
i The General ts being advised
"to name the ualA ladenr with
S "It sems rather incredible, as we glance backward, to see whom he differs and to say
Momentum of advance In utilization of metals, the produe- they've already decided to en-
S of power, and the development of transportation and corn- dorse Gov. Stevenson because
.i utIieations that has occurred in the life of most of us. they seek to tarn- the Demo*
S"Tme stone aRe lasted for thousands of years, the bronze cratic Party into a semi-soclal-
S 1ie four thousand. Iron over a thousand, and steel is now ist party In the. -image of the
signs of giving way to the lighter metals and plastics British Labor Party.
kingpin of only one hundred land fifth years or more. As outlined to him, the talk
the Indian travolse to the "Jet" in but two generations would not attack the labor
H American s the record of our technological advance-it is movement per se, nor even
taking... deny that AFL leaders had been A
S"T, forerunner of the Civil Engineer was the Military En- shabbily treated and shunted 100
biee:r:-at least the Immediate predecessor of the Civil In all around during the form
%ftboa history--as was logical, for at the blossoming of eagiL- writing days of the na-
0 Ikhe 8og, the problems concerned were of defense and commu- tional convention. B$I lo I
% i thlo. With the aggrandization of wealth it was possible to The speech would pay its -
portions of wealth in planning execution of works to in- respects to the anti-Communism -
i 1 ewealth-roads and canals were the means at that time. ar penti-crime campaigns of
a am a so sure. however, that the Civl h9gMneer did not unions in and out of the AFL ,NEW YOR .- have r ad In Its kUtit eon-
SIn greater antlquity, for there is a written saga of a gen- such as the auto workers and tet the new Hemingway Wt out
in named Orpheus who traveled a long roha to Heil to the garment people. Le l e t. wee and aa IS 4 t t1 a. d
Shis bride, uedlce. The latter, I understand, .was re- But it would ilaah out at .Papa has wnitte .Itag Mthe lr It a a
St d there In dres and n an uncomfortable or embarrass- Walter Reuther. Dav, ..D th w e W Id T tt tn d wth
." aSItuaton. The rescue expedition, it seems, went wed until binsk. George Mean.y and -,, pu.b1. 0. It bo n @ e 1 t n S. d ti e
B reached the portal on their return, when Orpteus looked I /I others as labor leaders iwllI the noeL. And elseWh te. A nll.
Sand saw urydice fading In the distance. Whatever the whose vision is the creation I would like to kid the oldia tthe Cuban
t mpes I tlons were have little bearing on the story, but of a Labor Party atop the esan ale p at hat yo Wh' kin-dm
to is e the fact that some Civil Kngineer went first Densocratic Part. There- 1 on most his stuff, from Ianag.
Sld the road and as usual remasa unsung and unherald- ore, as a Republican, he, Douahwle, you can't kld hlm at all. Fr
S It also establishes an early connotation between engineer- Gen. nhower, doesn't Life's publation o "aThe Od Man and the
Sand hotele "ot" a feature which the profession has ap- stand a chance 15 Se and from te She book-club bunes a d the
Srmtly s never et. men whl govern the AfL hard-cover sale and naturally, the aovie pur-
'9eem the da.u0ty deeds of ouarW u ni t e through hipn col ci. ch4se, you can't kid Papa.
SIf he accepts this advice, and Papa al a dreadful artistic egg wth a kind
m -" the tw tieth eGneury and elam a the he has gvet o n ap0 to of mhitway book called eer dae* River and
R "-rI s r 9118.mlMS l te mt sA WA e and thethe s ocwhether he to wln t tweh Dihli" or e such, b WJe tIso ba

~s owhn ta wehtoa the audieno hue with t stae h d ti a
o f oin th oo o rm i it-e hee atos --rbahiat"..t.e a sbe b ma ewe

I t1el u.obilation. hfo aecA00n of 6 = c URiian dtnec both wo St
'tIn previous centuries, periods t aggression were relatively If he unleashes s ch a speech. Arm"l 4" generation how ts write if i
aort In duas a4 and provided ltle interrupon to the pro- he'll gt some very oweu ghow to
"*Awm= d the e mt ,w buc Wday tne situation I Nquime though minority, support liroam S5 the dfere k
Uvezrwt. and it cn no, oe met Wth a iron~aer piuosopny... the floor. t
S "Civi defense today affects everyone, and so sensitive is When the time co the merely the story ofoanh cm an
| eoorsy that the switch of any number of producers from convention to adJourn and as- e goinlyffor the a i
| .d e chedai .to deolea trequrements is Imcmediately felt... o as Labors eae or was a commercial fisherman. He sted
S "We need tn mwiw'k In our produce enorts, and any In- Poltcal ducaton a ok, e had had no luck recnt him
neuptlon or atdsmrf s redionee of our essential production wil ble. balin a fsc l ae despair of old age and the n d of
thnrA c feel. The de mn dl fo r duetr or willnbhde-a ee balding t n from old e the wish to Ault big.
ive emissaumes. Any study of t record o history will the West, by name of Dave out and hooked onto a ma r
Sa~ wt in e not wen by glUpowder alone, but rather Beck wufl attempt to sup the thn SI ftat. He fought it for days.
S.bbOI. to produce and suppv, ood and enut pmeilt, as was ofIal AF endorsement of S caught It nd the sharks'- 0Mt
Intt d tre early success ot Japan ana Oerrany In the Guv Stevenson. it Waslashed to hisboat and h et" i
Mat war, whiic can be accounted for by the quality and quan- Alihos h this will be one of off the 1rks, one by one, school by 3L-
A ft 49 their war sto as In the beginning, and their later re- the f w moment in blonge had a weapon. B r
defeat when the wight olt sied eqpment exceed-areer to hit the Eastern ress, with the headand thepride
de thmir prepared stores and rat of production, 4 he ft a poerfui jafue i ao"I t '=
S "The problem Of the West for Its survival Involves a coor- tae rfl. L wf i!e ed because I thin t
palad pan for strengthening the productive agencies-design- A v l leader of t h n I th e best Wrter ot
a ad developing equipment of. maxeium combat strength vuae ve
S m ontinually improve our Standard of living and mnalnrian our mighty Teamsters Biotherhd, w lived.-
=OSt position In the economy of Our community. This In- "eeu ha all-reaching tluiee e
VS hhvuthe utilization of our material resources, tne Improve- Inthe F 9eration. He can b a *
0Mut of our social relationships with bodies politic and with Poweu 1 -Ally In any strike.RU B --
E Atttvltuaas, and It Involves the cOMplete and skillful Utilization suPPOrt on tWe picket lines
S "I may ad we sbld continue to divahee l d even be ined to wb
ir e tanw ho mlpUa for, sh d lteealmost oa tcre, f
hi l f h a wiooat the to er we wourdeno t of the Democrats
mab -Um a nuel atel maine, parpoaelee and wtthout HLc..L an endorsement wh.ch i. .h F.:M -

; ', a "Our resources may be named as time, materials. 'know how,' -a~ulon5 iM Miuu ue. anu m.o v tctt Ik
rtea bno.oglcal processes, and a basic commodly Known as nLuy, to. tov. bievenon. i_^'~. T^^ T.-i ts jS
SiIIIjIwer In mm and In Individual "achlevementa.. *i'i beJiia,. ny ouers, even "g N),ItepS?_g Iiu ur
', wur know how and our technical knowledge are dependent Du .1t.b.s BO bmieve 'laor despie gin-. -..'1?ehud1
SII'1 'trained iclentats-englneer team, 1a quantlty and qual- s^, M po ...c~. ,.etojai n2ea IIifcI nS th
I JIB this IS our Achlles heel. The demand for trained en- aia, never it~i iIea onDU- orS qtEt S
and scientists Is far above our supply... t. Joan ( ti -!
B C-^ 1ation "on elflency can be increased by using trained But there is no douug reeli 0^ ^.^^ a ^^ m
| for technical work Only and not In. chores which any (,.u, i ,m ,., ,,d .o-i, Wh i iDi wim i v it mto a.
I umably bright high school graduate can do. This latter ,w,- s,0.O. O'g., su ra a f on a at a
K ne has been traditional with many corporatlons but Is now .u., ue ra~n11 ,ldn a. & S u d uU i-H
1 abandoned. ,,,e fautag ci ., sBr t, e Bawd) w M t
;' 9p-padw is a feftuir of proper utillatla, and this a i' w;sTUUM tti
[ eee ,,* euI--, iiwlousl and in twa 1he we- w, rri,,o e.ra mt/ -'

of ou aoa who amdvoate that unw p-'eu m n .Ocl, tge if fl ANI to inaa Soma i nis

Sway r W amen advantage over our comapettors by arty i t vial r their '
their own unworkable procedures. Our present wre- opmertstms. They l .iAeve ag t
position has been gained by the free predwetton o am to swin-g oWtMI .ta a mn I
V owr en near'-socentlt and by his free beie of AMer. enwement or bieven0m1 wouli" O
l talent and egteoWtlen ts moveMeA aI fa MiKU awt theOr chbane to a
iss a of o ra0k-af-file eashitaliiM0f2
n t mental enin Oan. lMabshowe. m
e mas sI t emOW neds of tomorroW. n Ti" M Gomm's a po g 10a "
200notmininIa bM V efusional ethics l n a p an a; forced the labor chtelsto Is .. *
sok pportufles for public and social J aed, and froi swaoteh, lmtac a hesaw tA
IkIp abreast of the progress and technlume of his M iek and has not b en aWi N
We r o iears.
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O (NEA) On i I'm Hollywood's oldest living
lteh I. : Dana Andrews, an- inhabitant. Douglis Fairbanks I
0"' WttaUg 1Ve "Why dbn't you try i Ted me as the ninth barfdit from'
TV?;" uMetMen: the left in the 15th row in 'His.
"Television doesn't have digni- Majestv. the An.-rlcan.' I think
ty. The commercials are ('.'grad- that was in 1919. But I didn't gt
ing. Ill do television when thev lucky as an actor until 1930."
ilnd a way of making people at' Diana Lynn, on best sides in
forme pay for it and eliminate TV:
the commercials. It's not the ac- Ofr course I insist on playing
tor's business to sell commercial to the camera with the best side
products. He's only suppo'.-J to of my face I've done it in pic-
aell himself, the story p:nd his turer--as what actress hasn't?-
,. ctlng art." avnd I do it In TV pl.v, Let's face,
And popcorn' it peop'.'s faces are uneven. One
side photographs better than an-
Clark Gable. on the subject of other "
L fifth matrimonial try: -
S 'Marriage? When my divorce Annr Baxtcr. on career separ.
I final, I hall marry again. If I a tions:
01, klI in love. of course. I am still I* believe In vacations from,
convinced that marriage is a mI rriave. Not vacations from
iroitdetfnl thing." each other. mind you. but vaca-
-- tions from marriage It's a good
Loretta Young. about movie thing "
V'l-t I'm looking for is anl Jeff Chandler on r.'ports that
... Important love story. But people he's an unhappy actor:
'--In Hollwood are afraid of beingI "People put strange saying ; In
..emotional and sentimental these ,ra mouth. I'm not unhaopv with I
-days They forget that oirture 'my movie roles. I'm not unhappy
like 'The Bil Perpde.' 'seventh. p r-od. I wanL more lobt, that's
...Heaven.' 'Only Y.-sterdav andlall "
*"'Pack Street' were essentially,
love stories and among the creat- Tyrone Power. on the subject
est films ever turned out In Hol- orf his free-lance status after be-
Ivwood inm iinc'.'r contract for 14 years:
-- I "It's a little frightening at
rpne Tlerr.v on living. ifirt. Everything's been done for
T'd like to swim around in a'vou before. But one has to judge
pocl like Joan (rawford. and for himself eventually. I'm not
stretch out a han- for a Rliss of -oing to bat a thousand al*l the
cj--nnaRne-thn1's living time, but my mistakes are going

w* +- to be my own.
Ulivia De Havill-nd. about her,
S ]O-'.-time feud with sister Joan Charles McGraw. on his switcl
,ro' line: fiom hoodlum ro'. s to a detec
I tive in "The Narrow Margin":
"NothilPR.can ever make it n "Now I cen fPce the kids In ou
successful relationship And it's nelihborhood without feeling
too bad something Fr.-cial has to that I'm out on parole."
tke made of it, beau e feuds are -- ..
' Tnonplacre in families. Why I ....- ."
know a newspaper man who .
stend his brother."
-"7e Crrne. rx-husband of
8, Turner about his forth-
1l UMnt divorce from French
4*", Martinr Carol:
S he refused to come to Holl,-
#fo, as I asked her to, and Hoi-
LWeod's whenI I make my living.
be wanted me to Join her in Pa -
My. She .win mkir a lWt of mo-
l ey -"nd I wumlfi't have to wor-
t -he s-M. Bt I couldn't arree
thitt. 1"Oas Mlr. Tinnr in Hol -
wood oce. I doeat want to be
R, Carol in Palrs."
4'is Z. tiabor. on her career:
S"Iln a beein woman of leisure Ai
If T can't become a big star then I
*ll hare to marry' a millionaire
But I- vill become a big star. I'm
studying kte a dog,"
Rdbdrt Tewton. about his old
British movies on TV:
"I don't mind. but my bride
dc.ns. I look so young in those
t etures. Tt breaks her heart to
Zat me as I used to be."
Pnris Karloff. on his longevity
as a 'n']tywood actor:
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19M9 Buick Super 4-door BEAR-BACK RIDER-Riding
Siae,. whth Dynaflow. ra- 3 this bear piggy-back is fun for
di. seat eovenm. good tires. nine-year-old Joan Hollidge of
For sale at London who is not afraid of
?"'OCT Y t!UNrI'-. A. bruin. The reason: He's just a
Sl stuffed bear decorating Alum
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.~ Le. rSaps to Attend at the Officers Club at the Mrs. Donovan and their d h- 'A -
toe Snadoter United SBtatesa Naval Station, ter, Peggy Ann. 1ki,.
f of Protocol of the Rodman, this evening. Mr an r a,
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NPy mona, and Congress- Visitors to Celebrate Are Parents of Baby Pt G
of S B. PGordon, of Il- Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Arias
o arrived on the s th- In celebration of their Golden Golf Heights announce t-h
3 Tursaday and were guests Wedding Anniversary, Mr. and birth of a baby da t
at 'motel El Panama during Mrs. Edward Wise of Kedkey, August 28 at the San rP0or K
trstay here, leave today to Indiana, are expected to arrive Clinic. htc
a the Inauguration of the n the Isthmus today by plane
r t of Ecuador in Quito. rom the United States for a Terry Bates Celebr tes
t will be accompanied from brief visit with their son and Second Birthdes C Ad
the hmus by the Commander- daughter-in-law. Seondrry Birth Bates, da
In-Chlef of the Caribbean Coam- r Terry Beth Bates, d h s
mand, Lieutenant 0 e n e r a Mr. and Mrs. Wise' are the Mr. and Mrs. Loy E. B Jr., f of IB ff
Horace L. McBride, and his parents of Mr. Murray M. Wise, celebrated her second bm d1un . -.
alde-se camp,Lieutenant Com- 8Charge de'Affaires of the United anniversary ona Th rsde e F.
mandet 3. K. Wills. States Embassy. a party given at the has .f.CabShool and T0
ether grandparents, Mr. and Mire.
S personal representative of Mrs. McBride s Hostess Ly E. Bates, r. of Thegets who called dr.
the Ministereof Foreign Rela- For Tea and Canasta Decorations followed a the evening included the
ti f Hondurase the Minister The wife of the Commander- theme with a large cake repre- rs of the Colon Coasulr
of Honduras, the M r i n-Chief of the Caribbean Con- sending the "Big Top." Puonpetpn olsli of an
arco A. Raudales Planas, left mand, Mrs. Horace L. McBride clowns of various colors were lon anthe Canal Zone. team
lnama Thursday by plane for was hostess to the Officers and given each of the young ests. o ndred guests enJde
Quito, where he will attend the Honorary Members of the In- Those attending nl Le the even d buffet rees Mrs.
auguraton of the President ter-American Women's Club at lie Ann Affeltranjer, ine men whih were served
Et tuador. a tea given Thursday from four and Michael Bates of B boon tables one of whichs, aa
c or. to six at Quarters One Quarry and Melody, Candy and ha aoenesred with a bates filledwith The r ara
Heights. Stroop, Glen Winberg, Lelan ical rt and flowers, and elected ,
Press oent-Elect Leaves Russell and Terry, Larry an the ther with an arrangement L. a'
On Official Visit Jerry Bates of Gamboa. of shaded gladuoH. Fitch aAWt 4 -
The President-elect of the Governor Seybold Instrumental music formed a surer:--t a .
Aepublic of Panama. Colonel Attends Propel er ClubSamuel Maphis, r. Leaves bak nd for the evening's see e hat 1hint-

on an official visit to Nicara- guest of honor last evening at Samuel W. Maphis, Jr., sailed Haber V o aor,
gua and El So r *iss of PFriday aboard the S P. S. Ancon Ron V oyag Cfe The other of the
a and E Salvador They were a dinnermeeting of theldPro- for New York en route to oul- Cl MhLLER, noted Wiso Swes cheese Mrs.Russell Mauney, of Clear- Mrs. E. J B
ForeignRelations anndand Mrs. Ig- the Fern Room of the Hotel er, ol the Univra ersity of Colorado.- s making know-how. thre his native i- dae h orldawh hat n n Mri Mrs.
-naclo Moino, Jr., and a large Ti olU. tier t MU ersty R of Col abisi ui ud enrlridat who l eand s cm- M. ta, Mrs.
group of friends. (This bthe second of tree per-lined kettles holding 1400 -la Lieutenant and Mrs. E. Leahy, Mrs.
San M re ie Among those who will arrive STHMIAN DATA areo l e n America's mid t quarts each. .s
Einsi and Mrs. Miller Donos thoe trot otL Sao ve TNe aa .e ee m "cheese" States of From th o v,. 2 weeks, was hK I red wSth a ban Mrs. Hn
To Entertain Tonight aboard the s o. Panama from WeIg e Inia a n O watches every o e Horni o en t Mar an
Ensign and Mrs. A. R. Miller, New York on Mondavy will be a- a ean e t he e an othe m ey oo O er lu b manner au JM s e.
U S N.. will entertain sixty the Community Service Direc- Births by mNtA Food and Maket e drains the crd n a Mrs. J. J. Humes. kle, Lieutenant C..m ads -
guests at a. fish fry to be held tor, Henry L. Donovan, with MelNTYNE, Mr. and Mrs. edito'.) mesh bag, shapes it.ita Gingused lilto e and heliconla e e. Stiles rki an e h
Frank of Puerto Pll6n, a daugh- hoop four feet in diameter a3e ta re used to center the coffee Clark, Lie u et nt

18 New Teachers From US A ROBINSON Mr. an dMrs.brine for three da thenandMrs.RobertostoneutW.
George S. of Colon, a son, Aug. MONROE, Wis.-This town of cures cheese in special cold presided. o a e, Leutenant N.,X
23at Colon Hospital. about 7000 people, most 'of rooms. seventy-five ladles called dur- and Lieutenant G a ul .
o OAKLEY, Mr. and Mrs. Eric them of Swiss descent, is called Next he starts the eye-for- ing the rning to bid the vi -
For CZ Elem entry Schools of LBoca a son, Aug. 23 at the Swiss cheese capital of the Ing in warm rooms, wher b y d rs. Mauney left yes-
Gorga Hospital. world. In the Borden-oWned thumping he judges the eyes er.ary a e
STEPHENSON, Mr. and Mrs. cheese factory and assembly progress. here Mtei rnoond forJae ma ,
-wo -- Kermit of Panama, a daughter, plant alone, nearly a million Then more curing: -nex t where tohey wl visit before go-'
OCifldren In the Canal Zone Bette L. Neikirk, of Hagerstown, Aug. 22 at Gorgas Hospital. and a naarter pounds of cheese aging, and finally, packing for aterMiam and home to
elementary schools this year will Md. SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. Albert are produced a year, and over shipping.1
meet 18 new teachers, coming Mrs. Little was a teacher at of La Boca, a daughter, Aug. 15 million pounds assembled. Carl Miller Isa "no-day-off" Mr. and Mi's. Daniel waa A (
from the States to join the staffs the Balboa school in 1949-50. She 24 at Gorgas Hospital. Making Swiss cheese, a valu- man. By choice, he works seven IMve for 8tares sliding is beaomnng. 30 8)
of srvn of the 10 white elemen- has been teaching in Manasquan MINAS, Mr. and Mrs. Moises able protein food, is not an as- days a week, from five in th Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Daniel gly pul n tain not only
tary schools Iand is a graduate te t nvero- of Paraso, a daughter, Aug. 26 semby-plant job. It's an art. morning until eight at night, and children, Miss Catherine as a sport lO w tinai-
Only Cocoli. Cristobal and Ga- slty of Illinos. Miss Spragg atOorgas Hospital. Carl Miller. cheese maker in the and says he has done that for and Eric sailed yesterday for able air WIt for you
tr ss States comes here from the Indlanapo McPHAIL, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Lakeshi re-Marty plant her e, year tt. New Y ork. They are en route men t l n wt caserve In the

taun schools wll havee no Dase O te .n-a- D. of Panama, a sTon, Aug. 27 was born in Z urich, Switzerlandta.o *k w atcT h ac thireli keTompsdnut HilVa whreM.Ror Arr
additens to their t e a c hers' Us schools; she I s a graduate of tahr I u a De Hill, Va., where Royal Air Force.
Univeratorgas Hiaptal. and brought with him the old Mt D aniel has accepted a positUon
grou the University of Indiana. Miss EVERETT, Mr. and Mrs. Cln- world know-how. The cheese leave It until it's lly aged," at the R nMemoriafl Plant. In th q Royal Air Phfn itself,
o en a rA Neikirk i s a graduaten of the ton J. of La Boca, a son, Aug. maker Is the big wheel in the he explained, looking vigorous, Before their departure the lding takes very .the

atnda C. Le e c l on u re.: Mids T rnnseetate Teachers IneFrost -f Gnre less, andt qi t e ablelBefo their dpa tur e the Paiii lurbigetakrvery the
Fear of thmenedathenaers Cooeten M alh asn e in rta 27 at Gorge s Hospital. entire making of those big nerveless, proud and quite able Danielfatly were the dinnersame a aht
B .a ed tothe. Balboa h burg, Md., and has been teachS-o MPSON, Mr.and Mrs. Ray- wheels of SIss that" eight to take care of himself either guests hfran re e e a s te
btalsa aiogn the Neerlan g ein Bridgw ae sP o tNlhof Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nash saIl k#vrosMtbs Malertqu-lIII
neayhool four to the Fort in the e wn schls mond of Rainbow Cit, a around 370 pounds each. in or out of the Swiss cheese at their atun residence. s a able ereat and
,otbe Schooll, tt to Diablo G AMBOA: Miss Annette En- daughter, Aug. 27 at Colon Hos- Miller, powerfully built, dark pl ant. sprar f sed for train-
Neoli two each to aeow.,Mar- gel, of Mayville. Wig. A graduate pital. haired, with muscular arms and 0 t BCDepartu r es ". .,h .t
t and Pedr o IItn and.one of the University of Wisconsin, flashing white teeth, is ietuallmy DRr er Mrs. Elizabeth Droamdwith dhterlad, wOding
hemi BLoB.A, she has been teaching in the SOl Marriage Lie oese in business for himself. MostN o w Meet in r Fis ath g na .h i
Y r emooshr to teacherL Ett- school system. Swiss cheese factories In Wis- arni s f the ridnd toat N o ub d t
Wre: FORT KOBBE: Miss Anna M. SURNETTE, Rufus Howard of cousin are cooperatively run by The Antcd Chapter No. 38s, i ale f ri fer a e I ,e a me Dofl-
AyO: som D8 bara MMa ePalmisano, of Quincy. Mass.: Rodman,. to ROJAS, Carmen farmers who produce the milk. NARCE, willholdameetingto"months-visitdin Youn gstown,. naew cPhilip 11%
Tb of ,WIaeeLd. Te., M.iss Marie Stevens, of Port.nId, Yolanda of Arraijdn, f. P. The farmers either own or rent night beginning at 7 p.m. In lton, figt
a- frh a oLee E of Ore.:, MW Mary Muncy, of Oak, TORIBIO, Alejandro of h Oai- te, ] plant and e ploy a the Pacific Clubhouse. Mr.Herman Henrique, i thi
Walsh ton wando m h .., nTen.; and Miss Mara T. boa to VDTEAZ, Frar I4E i leba cl ese i a lae V th nt r leq o retir- his dau he Ms Judyo
4. a t s o vemWas- ord Oa mbrlSde Mas. t ainbow City. "u. ed' tdlfaIe mpti*ll be sisters, Misesa a h ln.s and seven mad dh .a
aokehe s o Ine MinsPalmisano is a graduate BEZARES,IFeliciano AmbertTe cheese maker s d were among those leaving ft-a rtee lln b seven
vBl Tem. and has been of the Bridgewater State Teach- of Ft. Kobbe, formerly of Ca-' supplies some of the equip- day. m e gi rte a.
in d T n the Neder lan d ars College in Br idgewater, Mass.. guas, Puerto Rico, to SANTANA, ment, all the labor and various Miss Judy Henrque will re-
sidhls. m1 i5s eomIsSM INt"a has been teaching In the ilia Berta of Panama. supplies. As compensation he Hunger Prevails turn to t. lncents at Tuedo r Lat
Npdi6awaii. where she haS Quincy schools. Miss Stevenri KENNEDY, John Joseph of reoeiveg a percentage of the DAVENPORT, Is. (UP)-PFor- Park, New York to resume her ad
1s. 8Ue Is a graduate Of the eoms here from the State of Ancon, to PATTON, Mary Louise proceeds fromthe sale of the jervaryd tft monkeys escap- studies. Misses Sarah and Rai- Nr mi o ,ea a a. ..
Wi Wsad to Colleger1 of Washington, where she has been of Ancon. cheese. Top cheese makers like ed from their water-surrounded chel Henr will srend two w llalbDh o
.i m In BeIllflghanM, WaSh- teaching at Vancouver. She Is a GRANT, Clarence Leopold of Miller receive from $12,000 to island when a leak in a dike let months s tlng; in Ne* York. Po
eas graduate of Maryhurst College, Panama City to ALLEN, Ca- $30,000 a year. The large cheese the water out. The monkeys Miss Ann Marie Henrio u E MOM Aug. min 0 (UPIr)es u Vf
Maryhurst, Ore. milas celestine of Obispo, Canal companies buy the outPut of spen i ew hours of freedom sailed Thurday from ais -The aiter American PressAs0 .
BALBOA: MS Haerris t S. Miss Muncy, a graduate of the Zone. the co rates and s ft over sw Mt -nearby trees but And wil arrive I New York otatA a ann edthe
er e alg title, Wasmhlnton; University of Tennessee, Knox- TOMAS. Hugh Mason. Jr. the word, at W t battle of t feed a summer vacation spent in create of an Snualti award
SSaoke of Towson, vlle, has been teaching in Oak of Pedro Miguel to STEFFEN, The cheese begins when high- buck they scampered back to Europe. She will have a visibet ofrle nLatit b
Id fl R. Edwards, Ridge. Miss Collins, like Miss Pal- Lots Marie of Balboa. quaty milk is poured into cop- the island, with her family before entering In Latin America. b
of J R .; andMISs lAft- misano, has been teaching in JOHNSON. James Henry of Rosement College In Philadel- The o ergenthaler Linotypeoh
rIndf anpotf, i Rapids, Mich. Quincy, Mass. She is a graduate Panama to SAMUDIO, Lucila,lpll.Aeo Clu ato New 'ork wllodell..
Jillsh B oT eIof Panama. annualtldOegareann
B of the'StatI Teacher's College i SON, Albert Edwin of Co- 1tt#Interaali nne. for the next 2yearsHaccording
Washington and has MARGARITA: Miss Doris Ml1- La. to RABITAEAU. Mary Eileen D and r.handnMrs. M.ao. nw rsl wte eetll cmie
ime w! tn Bellevue, Wash- lard is a graduate of the Stephen Helen of Curundu Heights. eftertand with an inter nal of thbsecutive on.mttee of
oke is a graduate F. Austin State College in Na- dinner y at their ho mse on the W,1orest Afefwac r wl
of M andState Teachers c'gdcches and has been teach- award will be
le and has been teach-Their atsiwtee,--mgiveneach y a
Co In Towson, Md. and has Ing in Lufkltin, Tx. Miss Langston wVir l -LYean "urnalaYt who C Lhas
be& teaching in the Towson comes from Bakersfield ere I49 Oldsmobile 2-door Se- aistwiththe o
schools, she has been teaching; she Is a dan, radio, hydramatle, hecr daughter Mis ) disknuihed himself in some C
,movt Mr. Lee F. G t s m, Publicservice that has com-
I Redwards comes here from graduate of the Henderson tate plak at covers, low TLOs EnAD E1YOUYTO NES f~l take place on Oo attention In all atin
the' flipburg, Ga., schools: she Teachers College in Arkadelphia, flea1ge. For Sale at .% ..ii,,thPr. .icar25. .ae
is a graduate of the University of Ark. SM HT Y NUNNICUTT, S.A. neatly Sghtens ,.iht, uknky, niat,,,l Theguests included: Mr. and will also be three lon-
Georgia. Miss StIndt, who taught PEDRO MIGUEL: Miss Katie QoIua, Tel. 800 %Mrs.MGeorge Engelke, Mr. montin with aah.
at Margarita In 1949-50, returns Adelle Richardson of Columbia, WO St. Central Ave. TeI3entions wih.MissShirII d.of.750, $500 an $ .50,-W
to the Canal Zone from Grand S.C ,afd Miss Ellie F. panning le"'Thomas and Charlie, Richard resspectlvly.
Rapids, Mich., where she has of FayetteCille, Tenn. Miss Rich- g,--CCY M, si. o k d teThomps
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Dodgers Dash For Flag td st. pet Penna.t. .T-oDod et

NEW YORK, Aug. 30. (UP) The Giants i A ,ree tmerings ,a.(Br.)
tieDodgers tonight at Ebbets Field where n fl'1 Iid L
1Malie will make a last minute attempt 'tb reand o 0me .go dodgers
the some life in what certainly appears to be n~ t .i ament e ,as
Saying Giant baseball body. usaiet at t ab
SDed era, who went into Ameriean League lead to a Sergeant Bnner I be both former
oernng after Bobby Thomsdn's single game by beating Detroit on]e Robert 1. Douglap, Corn red to give up t.
I he i e sounded i their 4-2 while New York owed to m holding Officer o f the I she l
death koell las t October, will no- W ahie gt n G- r o tei n In nt oei h t t
mUate either J ohnny Ruther- capturing hIe ith vct lt- Norman o n. t e A i ,
dt il by to fac t t he hTigers to six bits while Lieutena elroneal Frank "
.onrd or cok llm Loesr t rof tace r imh n ol bse .lInnnell,_ 8-e of the reoimente.n

th Olants tonight in the first out thing Virgil Trucks. A S n the ay e waL o t r
of h e final seven games between Each team scored one rnm in will be Co sanding Officerohrl
the two cl ubs. the first inning but the Indians troops t the review e au o dresan
teIoeued wen a t ahead when Gere Strick- It will begin at 9 15 a atne w the rooklyn ae a
wlhran d o t ns tar ea a land doubled h the fifth and Hangar No. | i the erican Le ue

walnete t teMaglie andwi e tred pln Dae bl s Mitchell'sd i thr WuIt e mo e aching a- er s

C tinto ereae Brooklyn's le aht eru 23rd int e no t ehteg -ooonk e- h aa rmfet, nwe sh. aoo r ne ns. t manager
to ten full ames over the marl- Harry Simpson a b (s clinch ed er .ar. theMe o i a nothep in. M Broen
hand Giants. matters fo Cleveland in the Stiengeusesft say e rone x

By..n., rifd't re m l.wu ."" Jfnmr d t-...k. hi I jun:or ea at And Mryn O e : ieRdSxa s.....e -= -B*.
Brooklyn's dash toward the sixth. a

National League fla suffered ........ an. tet d Ln th eird nill tru. ..W.. .h
inconsequential delay at the Jim Busby was the villain u Id posb ab s tic. wi ould ipe c iU-
hands of yBoung Warren Hacker far as the Yankees were con- and taut Richards of thand m

a T l th e Cub yesterday. earned when he blasted a two- ..... .. 54 othe al n d.

Sackter limited the Dodgers to run homer in the ninth ohisrite s a them-
ts e o to rst of the year to snap a 1-1 T ins Aecstay and O*, ift sagy ee as a tossup ers
fou r r ass 3t lnt s Es Ce doubtin an cas as Rt -Al

Cr manella's 20th homer of th e tie. n fieo o o15'et. Solid Chick, o m.o of
Wagoe H cam e ained w h l Obd e etsitsoilnh.gse .rensdeatctAmes tha. at.American Laogue race

l a on. iHak t teyend id t Thwo mAlers ic be the ea lsrt -inch homer byjohnnyh MIS ETEAM YWo LT h track to erNSept- 1. (NRA) tClonaytotednSeoe droundad wt
Cehicgo drove Preacher Roe with two out in the ninth, and Brooklyn........ 41 .DowtbRedBoxshowr__ue tuu A litte tigi

l wae mcrheitedwi tn ht .is.. mohsnviedt w- wBrooklyn 000 000 008 41a o 0 l eArtsi ald ione at heL .- t io a t i "ngto3h11- .eptk15n

f orthe mound with three ruing w oas c o neditdw his i t In h h
tH a sy d aP s she. adefeate dVieaschi. ...... 0yaan or e o lt i
soentnhge e o- hi Lt.e s...0..-...72 55 ifR9U bs irronel ls ttr1 game.
rIthbeganhRoe'seventhalpwithopu,,theYankees a-,Philadelphi--- -.. ...

Dhtmbereagnitoeae'sidgwenatsCeb Va # t e t n aanme Objecto
asingole and --scored on Ro'.ia- bea ith ne mewd "e i Lase dsn hhis atm yhir atleran B rt
-y N sreiperske Billy M artin, who had doubled, Chi-cageo63e6e nbAatoeoi White"ith both oawr.of
InFridua pic hitte BerhthethirdubutGCoantiedBon i, Rg tectin alnohe kdo brawl Monday,&p
-Another singe e by Frank TBaum-tie eEi tiea, hyad at i-a ds ad t
hnaz drove 140e to the showers Sdthe ninth with a single to w DYoSkG.. . Srbyt h aO taGRAYSON oe no r 6i g s .ng or nc e wam s h h e r on I

a gh to hoards was caught left and rod4 h.eb o n Busby's Chicago at Cincinnati N 0 A Edito tCale L-plate umpire meu.,oounce mOen-d

F .h..ore-aay 'ry-d. Inohele. ,ft fed eIan'NIB
i toU make third.nNo f r-agrIt th letild ew York at 3. (N). 0 -artJustthumbedhim tou the 111blastwJ110t1;ike

lIed Bo mon e setsPhiladelphia at Boston (N). e over umt en ut u
Wadeo cme Ix di e oed.ed43eNW YORK, Aug. 30. h of encourage the younger tan to toS's ffqidst th athe g t e

singles to Wl tSe t een and Hank The Athletics beat the R te .i .t hs i Pittsburgh(N).it eA the erativ* on s accut at M SV C
Man or or te a tiox at Ph oladelpha 6-1 and 7-5 p o a W o S-
s3-- ff oretheR a n dn t hrdo rnof ."% % TOS t GA'1tE, dec-rarsnd dsthe opa, fe se.ot 1.o

ithe Inin nd n tthe tLonly therMajorLeau Y Eth Ty u ha many more ike -F arris was told not to men-.w.mthelate,
io n l aUle" tam e d ah ddonight games and moved to with-- B0i -ab o ris and L tonaid Shou- ion anything -to the coaching =h the next __W-
!e as wn CIn the Yineaanke10'00n one-00 3C. 11 o hicagoo noc- the 0e0 wa 3 4ll p ,2 the p s x ush tmo staif. he was, advised as to lauhingte
the third'place Boston in the Roe (10-2h, Wade and Campam vaNiiy around thiso AI which congressman to write for "flat lau_____

Svan.lAmericanoLeagr herace.ltuhist o o- ed0rmean A.- anappointmentwheretobdgobout?"he o lahina
e Briefsd ClScheib posted ha is tenth Hacker (12-6) and Chi. ot be conm derbly strong e for preliminary physical exayie itcheock replied. One

atls wI o o ino s eonedhae thani t was a ye ar ago. nation and to nave hi teeth worded to ano and -
P&mle..3 ...At. wn-n A. Farris you see, wou ldlhve exami ned b a f oar e reporting White-I just saw red.

i--n -m ,hn i t l 0 T m i ca ni s ad rt e d I a sha rsh i M IS r I1A..

Un i te e a d ,r ict G s Aa 010l e 7 a junior year at v a there. The Red S tox can use t e
maer ldo he bitseinclu prngn Phadelpia 202e agu e0, 8cas the Southeaste fo hin their uphill struggle.

r Britishn oa 1 ng promoter TEAM Won LohT st Pet. linebacker t e aide that If Army re present h 1, W liamsY Wb a t-
NforYisrhkd w4o4 the Nsey dN Y573Maryland expetedthe nickwwe-ntl'ncorm FOTBL PLiR a te tnSU l eam n th ay
as bwla"Toheia tohave the light C._ emo ad Gena Ppl h.to1aetbywudeCrp-- Cors an onemn
.T wo M K..e :.n. on ans5_ .5"-lastrighting 200-pound ia a A an
Jack Solo ch mpos hwo ihrnsbckton- ho -0s.57 a non, up from the freme to have left all these matters for ay. that WM in a
Bee Varcl K ant. n isn a sr lPhiladelphia 67 59 .532 repla e Nob Ward, 1t4 gradut- tht e boy to work out for him- nle t forae od ut y bu
New Yorkdon Clopediold Wor atan shnt onhw o 61AO VFW b reAoint'seve frm yohg. I rule

emY k tnem e i ion-... .. .. 52 77 p43p aln Ferr and hnfe n Evidently tat ey are attempt- an ticitnew t
doMarxi Is avoiding I title ..o.u.trs w !a.t o.ea oss ieaywth e-
with Randy Turpe in n Lo nd Ion.ldC doreU ha IO pE P th ft mI.
t hecommur fifth ecnd s e ear d DbtMt8 14 he (NtOhD wGE not h of been pMIblhae a wethe t -.
5or the world to declar-e Maxim's 60 U IIton()toa h en e M 0d g plI fDn hito

tie vacant n ...M unlessMRXgobrof on or rrnthe t classiestaner two-year-AStIs m ue ee t Coae M THA
makes up hios mind withiI5 olo t in the country h ookupIn rretmtey ath ey M I hatC
dLsOoar a date for a title bout two big, races today. UdSTEBDAV0S RESULTS J tt to the PI'C17ulti2htgmethods. Tatum Xinschout g ts

w niTheI more expensive one-the Cleveland 100 012 000 I pdsUsose totheseaticsla ts
at Washington. Lemon (17-9 1 and .Tebbettc rirmat redb Is r asic RQTed lg 24Ba
senator has masklteda GovernorlJoin cone ct wi thrn dow 1o8T flpcs 5 ) Weade BIN

THE 2,00 TF b t* ie to cancel the heavywightIswortho $0,et Gsbm evil, and therefore un- 10aolr ltar aew
title fight betweenChampionrobbly get a lot more atten-Tn no
ev Joe Walcott and Rocky Btoiargely because of a speed- Night Game $da"tb(e olyN ilov shoar Ma rn-ft
It Is scheduled l burning colt owned by Al Van- Washington 000 000 01 3 *aoP ud itb e that the PI- WJJ o y
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.RAN, Aug. 30 ,P -'P Lethe ko Se .i a
The shah told Premier Moham- ..
med Mossadegh today that he TWENTYV-SVENTUH% VEJ IX P. 'r 14
should take advantage of An- ..
glo-American proposals for set-W a
tilng the current Anglo-Iranian. .. d.
oil dispute "to Iran's adven-
tth d currnt Ago aan IS C IvI iln
Party stepped up its campaign A d sjljC Rtl
against American advisers In .
Mossadegh personally report-oth
ad to the Shah proposals made P
by United States Ambassador or.
Schar ge e d'aa idre g I r w iIIS II II I S N ef if l ,. S ,... ..
dleston, Trantan government n s, H. ,
Mossadeghalso told the Shah NEW YORK. Aug. 30 ,UP) -, Barach echoed Stev.-nson's osti Xa1rhnan, who T,:-obias, director i
about the tour US oilman Citt=s Gov. Adali Stevenson returned to opinion that the hour and a half .or tevetha' -Stokes Foundst
Services president William Al- Springfield, Ill.. today after "sa- talk was "very Interesting." '. .ted by h i' "very much i
ton Jones in now making of tisfying" Negro leaders with the "He catle to ask me about In- lM- u idtal nom nsons "very r
Iranian oil Installations. stand he took on civi rights dur- flation and when people ask mte eocratic nation o civil rightas.. - i
Meanwhile the Tudeh distri- g a whirlwind invasion of the quetlens, I answer especially Another
buted fof signature among the East. when I _think they're serious,, flrA egr dele manutel
public protest slips demand- The Democratic presidential Baruch said. tenson was led predicted the
Ing the expulsion of United nominee appeared relaxed and Stevenson then returned to administrator oenact a co
States advisers, and calling for rested after three straining days his htl heauarters an association for the f they are
the restoration to Iran of the here... went thitgh a series of talkS. wM.st of Colored working .. 'I 1
Persian Gulf Island of Ba'arein, tIn Ma time he addressed the wHkh Negre groups. Yhey 0came'36 tdSaled wtlh Stevebae tI- and Senate th
now controlled by Britain. Amertea_ Legion convention, out of the nominee's rsite ght D. fanh Wf- I4 "Wewon'tWi .
Sdenoeming thoqe who use prels if his stand on olvU R .1e1tk. of these reesi
Svr ealas patriotism as a rights. r gve nMtyo.s from theSouth,
Vfsel Dfitro V I "cluf" tip attack other Amer- Powell was accompanied by & w e felt about Meanwhile in
V loans; tovH a rally of New Jer- large Negro delegation which he .a' t adldatewa 4 was announced -tt
s. y Deseeratu that his oppon- and Paul E. Fitzpatrick. New si Mt gain WINi jt- Truman will be prp. it
By i Atl D eat, -DWht D. Eisenhower. York stai. Democratic chairman, efing with the seven whistle-stop
found stladting on the GOP had drawn together. didate. trip to and from Mlhw
plat te t ke balar*eing "on a i tting it on the talks was Av- or leader, Dr. C I00a where he will mate a Lattbr
SHbushel of eels"; eaned on Elsen- .political speech.
shower to rid blamself of "mid- IWhite House Pressm
n O nle- ef-the-get" ad v i s e r a, Joseph Short alsoaid MW r -' a ~

~oday. There were no casualties As he left tit hotel room today a train wl .make two-
The Hamiltonian, used for e was asked how he regarded tmonal stop akn e ae t owa
picnic excursions, moonlight the visit, politically speaking. |e cruises and slghtsee in trips. "I'm not mich _da b at poll- turn trip Tuesday.
burned to the waterline in two tics," he smiled "I'l have tor E N ourte, Mr. Tr anaf 's taaI
hours the a learn a lot bout that an the next Par- bri efl at PIttsburg
Harbor police said there were two months." S rt s i .a
no passengers aboard at the Askid whether te thought returning on, freda~, the
The Hamiltonian usually car- bights would lose M a r So edtheessentroutsnto M1
li e as many as 400 pasaengers votes, Stevenson snl: oI dW't nu g,
on its trips on Lake Ontario. know. I cam only s what I V., raftesd, et
The fire started at 1 a. m. think aoud hope inerth bestt" Va., and ttiwe Va
from an unknown cause. Fire r e departed after a quiok se- -
tations rushed equipment to riesa of conference with politil tt, A oepre At
the scene, and a harbor fire-leaders ranging from former e e ls A e 4i
boat moved up to the Hamil- Democrati c Natkmoal Chairman a', t
. tonian's berth, but deputy fire James A. Baruch, elder states- .
hile Chris Boyle said: "We man who has been at outs wn L th t
didn't have a chance of saving President .Truman.
The skeleton staff on the es- Adam Clayton Powell Jr.. Har- teLb h.tvr, Rthe P.
atl walked ashore calmly when lem's Democrateic ongres man. asd he ima,
Sthe fire began. who did a compLste about-face rt t Qem t a, f b
in his attitude toward thu party's leader* wti imahe at

Powells Extreme ow. who several days ago .... e't"on w -"
advocated a Negro boycott of the he R *IBuse ohi
T ler se ce Of US Democratic national ticket, ondi- wslJ..Bte flr- tol et .
w l e as o ecaca m y w e ed today he had undergone atic conire sm n tm e ihee.au d r
MUNICI Aug. a 0 (nWP A complete champnge of heart. -fcswic an4 W41g*.,..
Munich ew1paper cohimnnist "We are thoroughly satisfied al e aid h wlM a eeeL .
toda exilah ed lto his readers with the whole civil rights issue f asy come upt he is -
wha he considered a case of as presented by the Democraticd becomes
exteme tple ance. candIdate." Powell said. "We ase ......
Commenting on the Cor- 100 per cent in back of him." G__. YOUNOUSRS ADVC--.' their rests to Civil kewill annou. ,aea.
lt's anti-American "Rd- Powell said attributed his War veteran W ia Magee, th brtaeat Van t h will do.~tr
way, go home" signs on waha changeover to Stevenson's ad- .. Calif., ?4.5ar-did Guy center, and 80 'ear-old
,a Prance, he said: dresses Thursday night before W _mHarbottle Prtbent Magg a birthday cake. Magees ,
"otha the "ow ers hislonU lire to adrinkyhhh0dnderonep the b e"an "Ir e-
,I am sure the Americans, e New Y aeoDemocratic .... ... .. pish-Americ vet,
Under the Marshall Plan aid convention and the Liberal Par- B e that owes ais lofe to n a drink in cr 0 yearp.. ~s4 tp e ruaes Iod pre-
pMogramn, supplied t'e oil paint ty. "ehore thary tale ds It tif I
used in writing this slogan". The Illinois governor began 'm. g mi ausea here between
StAToide lasth of his thr e dalys here Jaihle i -umeast oe his cmets
wh RAl.Bh A TIDES awith a bstpreste conyerence at ic anbecom es_ A' m

mSunday. Aug. 31 dHe emerged saying that the .""-.
miGo LOW conference, covering a number ."tie niiderstauds his
11:43 a. m. 5:39 a. m. of economic topics, was "very in- bIT_ aMg. IMaetift at
........ 5:3p.m. testing" o en dCife ro Gterumanwah

n a s:sT1820- sd i t be ryom ng, Ar(UPn 'TA ead right away. Dauorrni e I
I Ae Wr-o tT turned the letter u, a
"eYtltolderal teover te VSh sheriff, who called inv
m t'hatmhe oweshislongoWe troy .Trtimtnnihe In 8 0 al1,fthetrl4
The bsy, whose n batae bsfteeen beaah."
A e Inwwrt g htssoa hhel, w elleedly ,ote a let- allegelle
tr la/stofit-tare sr ning the President's name-
in an attetopt to bilk ars 83-year-'' r
old wealthy widow out of $2,000.-
Bauc' George BurtAn.. spcald agent.
w th a S l'O boy had jreviouey got $150 rom I n
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