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LOCAL N VJKA
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iL Mall taI h an open forum far feaden of The aPeniMe AmWr-
. LeAcn eta received gratefully end are handled in a wholly confl-
1 l men.ar.
ft you coatri.but a letter don't be impeaet if It doesn't apper the
Sl ad. Lenere qr publkhad In the eider mcelved.
ea I0 y to keap letters limited to ,ba page length.
of y h A n we k 1 In Ie rict te t confidenee.
n t*Sewspeeimeal ne responsibility It itstments as opineit
grJd in atlter. frnm reeS wn.
*"'he Governor should be commended for his move to return A,' U M w ota .
te Canal to Its primary purpose, the transit of ships, and if wiOe thems iSSpm
Mughdeadwood Is whittled out perhaps tolls will show enough bwithe t ha _.4,
.dto relieve the employes of their present t dilemma of lift- r bl S o
Stoogreen to intfengy whittle without p ptiuas, so let's airbase d When a tha
$augurate en Advice To rectors Week to help them In sharp- Sh V eatery
untng their knives. too nf t0111. c .n
For exzaple, wbh f boa? Millions yearly for Commissary, whimsy seM l .tea tax
Clubomue, Lce a M FfrDertmertn. iachoole, reads utilities yet
oehouses shops. et.. etc.,. to keep one townlte stuck out t wl e 3
Sthe middle of nowhere. For what? A few gleces of dredging Joinc O wfodmedwe
tU nent that could just as well be at.e Canal's 'terminals. needed Tve air in North
W td and Mt. Hope are loaded with why the Airica. The et and the
duplications at Gamboa i goingg Divisein? Its? ]r o began
lBurenauhas. hoin to -. pe to handle
diedge repal 'and overh .for more at the dOr
?SK3&< ho impresve crane barges M j ad
Veen moved to mt. Hope maybe they put.to work and nt nh ev
S earning their keep. Ferrybats ar they doing re
I in the first place? They cross ie O t1 at Balboa, and their f-" is ni w
wy domn' the Balboa. Port Captairn mana them along with agreOd tht, f, tibbon ritel
l of tuRi bektA? woeld be o areas, far r
As lon as th Qoovernor condones the bills for keeping that from theft i6 l" I
W iheritt yah around he would bi better off to move it to tlon, ab 6 ti be
so be Dt take It out for a eruse occasionally. There's car.Antera, -
Ilace It coId cruise up In the lake where a launch wouldn't ana skilled aM, not to
do as well. mention our miBtary gafmi*m,
S o ekp nse for new Dredging Division offices, they've al- tne 01G kids, whold not mix with,
ad got more than they'll need at Dialo, gathering cobwebs, Lhe Moroccans. We agreed.
a with their pretty new docks. Then the French refused to
'ad houing; since Navy has just gobbled up Cocoll, ;he permit American working men,
tors should be able to persuause iAL 10 i...._. A d..a .,- aii-ea cy the American contrac-
amtine Area that they gobbled up during Wue war %,,aen tors, to land.
N Navy b gnX was all the rage, induokfg them by a It made little diffenee to
foGaboas I T sW the Canal will be rid of the lemon and thooe gay FarIslen leaden that
tm nIn picket, and maybe we'll get another penny of, ..a.oads of. equipment were '
lie. r &vafng at Caabiahca and at
diJetors may surmise that this economy is r-allv only here was a world emae ee'a
.vLet glvi them a chance to distngush themselves For months he Fren
a epsulne bank-un ecoi-orz.>, on w.,a. .tj ,.-.1- .. .... ..-.. a vise on their ports--levia
Swell as their knives. Let's wipe uut the ra &e.z6 The our own architect-engineer and
S ary purpose Is to transit snips, y?9 ,and ships car. flp of Engineer supervisors
Sight. So why keep the.railroad to carry freight in corn- less without manpower to
ith the Canal, who cam do the Job for a comparative unlo and begin b costc- l
tttmee? Repe the trains with tigs and barges. The tion us we might oWSetai the
wave surls tugs when my first economy is adopted, enemy's ait strength
Port O tS' t boats can c eaply push the Dreds- Finally oair les pemittetdl'
lpet aond wnen t s all move to the t- t r natm ors to mo n
ksL can handle the local freight irom the o Mrs 610 jAmptatm ernhican
lhndle the pssengeLr. If the m1ent highway a M mh s.t.an.
tL put in a peace of a.d to conneo Gatun with ougr fen Sdm ha d ab. .es
ready Rade4 pick up the rais. If Army r rionds bad a ..
anmr raoom =. that's v.K., le _It _it ant J.SS.? t,.,,. ho
t hare.^ everybel happy, the Co 'ri g a&.4d _J'Vit..t..S. amss
inen to u more *V*tIs.a2a ier n
U ,_ybe w l- ion our en .W t,. ., .he co .-
S.fat.. 3m D eA Awar4 the director votae e nsl ag a
tf lbtrain-ch In ua ls BssMim to the Mea .i e & T
S r d in minrR t e To Directors W'ek s
success. was Gamboa hor:
U. Come. lw0 ted
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WANTED POUCE PROTECTION
Sept. 4, 1852 MoWt for 'tjSUl w i
lear Public: .PO al.e aB. 1
Sfe.Bme Is more. If wy I
tlsl Ia written to warn you of the 1thevery that's going. on e- t Utr .WWases t waent e IU
.t ata.. City. My automobile (101 Cevrolet) was parked ..a WB Mrid, we flt told .1
w ia theater Monday night (Sept. 1) while I was in the ..,at4~4te air degf were'
WlW b returned at 9:30 p.m. I was surprised to find it -. f Ot rench tegitory,
I Xfnotled both the Canal Zone and Panama Poe who .,e a.,& e iad all buUdlat aend
I tl gt busy trying to locate it. The or was i the imAov.Wment must become the
Morning, several miles past Juan t, out side pauperty of the French--ot In
m t- the bush. The tires, wheels, fender .ts a ools ,o0 eaM but whenever the pre-
b ns were missing. The left wiR window was l led, sent World emergency Is over
..rungf. My Insurance Co. was notified and pro y y- Ba Amer..an r arrlsons return
the car for recondItionIng. hm.eawn we agreed.
ay opinion incidents of the sort and others do net aid But dAn' t r one minute per.
the economy of Panama. In the future I will re fint mit me to give the lm:izeMoa
.a o in Panama unti prper Polle protection g gua- .aat the ec.ausion ha ona G ae
Panama wants to better Her economy and Increase her O w bne, wasn't .
sat she will have to make it absor.tely safe for law abiding t e A Sw 194 S
to walk her streets er park their cars day or lght a .p saw ~nees b at
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BY DANA AND*EWS Magazine scribes swarmed
MR, : Ofr Brakine Johnson, wko Cl ntbn my hrme an.d pho.opraph-J
: oft vacation ad me wea-ring kitchen apron,.
.;-A helping my wife with the dishes,'
S] OLLYWOOD INEA mowing the lawn and boosting
niuJsin the low-alung foreign my kiddies into the air.
^. a; -th the plum-colored paint I mixed and mingled accord-
,' the mink upholstered seats Ing to studio oicrum.
5 and the horn that plays the My dre-.', n door was.
a tr notes of "The Blue Tan- open to everybody.
~I" was e\. pal and I
n td bring on the smoked went about i ...e an obvious
gl fles that I have scorned, the politician axtcr votes.
S'range-hued scarf, the silver
;Ibacelet from Damascus or Is- LET'S BE REMOTE
'. tanbul with the curse of an 'an-
c: ent Arab engraved upon n, All of us in Hollywood have
and the beret of Imported fell. nver-exposed ourselves to the
J want in on the "glamor" public We've reduced ourselves
@ gme after 12 years of playing from giants on the screen to
od, t ad, old Dana ust one of off-stage pygmies The .tars of
e boys. yesterday knew what they were
've been stewing in the juice doing when they kept them-
wholesomeness and folksiness selves aloof ana distant. Their
Il Have about as much'per- very remoteness created gla-
S magnetism as Lum and mor.
AA /ew" months ago, I decided
Swas a mistake for me and to forget the rules that had,
other actors who arrived on been set down for me 12 years
hoywood scene when the before.
-bton picture industry was I went to Seaford. Del, for'
, .. fig to live down the flambo- the Dupont company's annual
yanee of the past-the Morish celebration to appear In "The
castles, the parties at which a Cavalcade o America broad
star or a director inevitably cast before 2400 peop it like a
-m into the swimming pool, Tisiting star. I raged wken
and the champagne bottles ar
that popped while 50 starlets17Mas assigned to a public bus
upon my arrival. In previous
Iwung into the Charleston atop years, I'd have said. "This s
Neroesque banquet table. fellw s. hlve splid. "Thbs es
S "Be down to earth" I was lne. fllow. I love public buses.
S told "We're tired bf being 7n tM$8 ,he audience o woth.
laughed at in Hollywood The I d Abe aud ence with
time has come to gain the re-1. a'ad made "en-
speet of the word. From now rtSge .m I wasn "on
Ott out. actors are going to be minute and the
fust like everybody else good e 15 l -rt from exe-
its. conscientious citifju 'orkeS ate it up.
"! n .Thalt's what they
WASNi'T DUCK SOUP Ced.
'ASto'T D OUca o the way It's going
Stlpl a 'Tea, sir" and ro NsM ow on.
-nb6at. being the -guy ________
"or "'With as mach deter- .
s I was putting into
edatfers-It wan' t
A fl pears before I had
gftvn up a Job as an accountant
In Austin. Tex.. had thrown a
spectacular farewell party that's
probably still remembered, and
With 820 in my oeket headed
I was WeaeRng an actorish
black llama cloth coat. a white
S ser and a gray homburg.
But that side of me was
*' aIked out in that first brief-
I became a prize example of
I Star in The New Hollywood.
When you do any waterless
c. weeing, be sure that the heat
Ia kept at a poJnt where the
Steam '"is strong enough for I
S MsokeIg without raising the lid
l 4kodwir flteb rchaywIndig
,promptly help neuttnliu ejee
stomar acid. IhWm yts eihw, tat.
E-o as a speedy, gettle itleah.
Caution: -we only a diseetd. 9ufld
dnUggim today-se how geo kdt,
Here is ref relief .
Per re beal f ftm euumatic pams It
ematmi to crrvet their caugh. Wia
they aO due to the accumulatis 'at toily
'aniMmp 'it n that a na -yourmf
In J and.
ah. t bye a
DO teeM o am up so
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No 14,179 CawreS Ave. "m-"-
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ELLANEOUS FOR SALE 3JM4t .--A
r n f1ie Automobiles .. i
rufs t A M... :-L >,I r .i amblir t r-i
conveiuiae coupe light groy, ralO uyaw
rverfrave, white sihewali tires, low
l1 MEXICO mileage this car is a reai oar, GoverMil C 0
uind rip $135 115 gain <,rny pLOU.vO oown and drive What Mv ra
gaR ne year) ii away. i i
., $149. YUa rdKENDLY FORD DEALER Vl
4 .day- ON AUTOMOBILt ROW ,
iService., ON AUTOMOBILE: ROW P..neO PRA SS
Anen bust Tel Pan- TEL. 2-103i 2-10$6
-5., _1949 Ll i wte" tbese aMndwe&
1655. FOR SALE:--Or trade '49 Mercury fec g g ft jms Dla hl
ARES .SCHDULt in gno dcondition, for older model ,e pUt 090 p Ic sA 10% to 401 Seapie tbs*
"ae y 'VMM- F... w. a e a w sit e Gncylo, covers, rlti-rl ,any other oree
$ .00.. NEW YORK ...I0 edl jUst received from thu onrly Iowe mys oC b remroe
CPd QUY TWO Siam. C0t l',8, Will Isell f best D .l a t_ ca .*
'le $7.0o t sM tr. Cat ore YOUR cDEAL oed In a fie *
elsI _M A e C. nta
Ip .. bl j m'r j. C| DI_ C. I M Diablo.' 2ON I t'ing lob.
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s. -,'t @,.*. S ,Rnta $40.0 .R AiPU m.Ek f L l
c.K" street phwne 2- INA, ___r 27t CSbS1' AWe
Ie funsg# pd n" 2 For SA d
aiapu ar ch3a. pinOfer- FOR SALE: -950 Bu k 2 door wit celi ent
g-.gs Vl e or El Cm io extra 1600.Fnnce with $ be driS
.don In.PER McnkF NaN M
W .ires, ~der I.Ml a o rS 1 ........ ...
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r 16, 1952, for me rdi d0 c a 0st0
at in 10.poud 420, 7 ,, m. o 8:O p. r UlU tl, 8. TeK.b g ts t agfl,
S ,A0 al oW- p., FOR SALE:- NewSB 1-2 Cu .-2t sideM, .I-
*,, SIne 0-pon 4 2O 7. e,, 0a to 3:30: p'n. r U i, P TE Iio'urW
OSNll Ut1n, moy be o w.h- s eenqlat Qtrs 0257 r .AN, 4t NI 0e op"Mimi
t Mi. Nap, C. Z ft. Srvel 4 months old, 25 a don dit* a
19 47ee0 $400.00. Phone Rout YOUMgAf St l t DEALER
12. mob2, l2t0I ,Cgf, o rft RPM one speed, 5 SLE-ChwPollt 194 b
Nao2n3g___I___n_ N. itA. Call243 "V
off4e8 oq FOR SALE-Fr IdAIre
Bal- Sw Cu.ft. 25 le. S le d
ir4dining? S y*, $ T jth e itifer 4-eq.. Pe B, Mt money due.
I price 'wA at Morrisn as, 14V ?
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g.Crucs, Balbo 2-31,22. edren, a d fl uoAld |.._ N* "
CC,___ra goodf i aIW*MV yonyAT.ED
Nv f asMew P g1l. F. RFOR SALE-P9 w-etCan OwS Y FORD DEAL
Many g, e siz.,aw 520. -'- I
ki n, u hl es ,.n sins, $.2 00m ? WANTB r American couple. No -
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:Ice Tday- FORpSNo T-0 l gCAll~m iAi "IWANTDs
1,In9n.' frth4'.rR SWIl ANT Bgy-4r spgoorth AeriAnA famet
--'A 9Nbite ly dhire. 24 led urn ers-
-of C 3 tm FOR f AI.E:--d 6 m rlin al l W f nraeithed. Call C Muo e Hlel52
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L trwas his 61 tweala,. ot I A card r y was given at the
; 4hf weeddn c6tekratho ofe Mr. and n Frtk Pat-meter. parish fm the Miraculous
Meott m ater the sus-
1_ Parmeters received theIr'new yonet commander at Fort ew s i- C. Mary's Alumb i
wat.bMst. ai MStrkI .foMowing were
'L Cp, D. In usual arranged the W the door prizes:
-- t er ~ate a love ly IlYer prayed 'o t d bloomts. hend won the
ina iength.bw'te % r.f and*g i N t-air lemrs a ta Fl first doo rt a shlad met dt-
e tied a miniature wdiding he 6'te'ftd the t ta le Ait gted i t C ent 8tod"s
k1'!tilt of white roses with gold whioh Mrs. Henry Fayior and Cronthe Se
.I irnmers. Mr. Parmeter wore Mrs. Robert F. Alexander presfd- .% t O theecon
-rt room'r conventional bou- ed. -'-C
t WhIte trellises entwined with oree were: Mrs. I .B. Leinster aesfted 'bc s armen GwIa
gesecm y, jasmine mnd gold ala- Mra. CoralJ. Moroney. Mr.. RE. 'mad. Carmen Gri-
%. r b'o somns and wedding Murray, Mra R.C. Stump. Mrs.I
kfweta used hi the large room, M.A. Everett, Mrs. A.N. Dupris, I committee whes to thank
.writ'h iany of the lovely bouquets Mrs. R.J. Lamatsche, Mrs. H.M. ill wTheo attended the partv ta
!0d baskets oa hflovers sent by Bchoolfleld, r. M.B. Johnson, jalr in anytwe y t. tmiyn
aft*ds. Th buiffeb table waas a2. asnstead, Mrs. J.H. 1a; success wy maki
aintTred with an arrangement Wi. Mrs. W.A. Jones, Mrs. H.
"-21 gold gladioll ;nd white roses. L. Rhodes. Mrs. J.D. Parsons. Donor of, l lt, Prises
1I.er illes w I I h alamander Mrs. K. Tingler, Mrs. E.W. Bur-; The Univereal Ort Corpora-
ere psed on the indlvidual res, Mrs. E. Pelxotto. Mrs. Ro-. ,4 m who
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i* f beautlfuly de c r a i ed. Vodrey, Mrs. W.R. Clark, Mrs.iven by te Cte the Gn prClubmes
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'd with a wreath holding aIMrs. R.V. Embury. Mrs. B. T.Ijr their LaborDU 7C.M er.t
g', Wvedding bell end the let-;Roll Mrp. N.V.. nith, Mrs. 0.
- tl'50. The "bride and groom" J. Kamptner, Mrs. L.H. Wise, lul. C t I
.eat the first ste P in the tradi- Mrs. C.L. Conner. Mrs. C. L. JV UllWR HWIUw
'Mienl nmauner. The n.Me was the Wessel, Mrs. T.T. Williamson, .
"'w" and gift of Mrs. George'Mrs. 7E. Curtla, and Mrs. Viola j| C Rt UM
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4 fy other -ovelv gifts and __
flOwers were abowered upon the I.A.W.C. Tea Postponed
oe by thelr friends fron both' The tea which is to be given IW O I Sy
'bMn'btthe Isthmys. I for the gDbrs of the Colbn h.
Magic for the occasiAo waa Unit of the In t r American Christian U dud Lon Sunday I
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011nmble. T he yv acomanied unit oat tlt* organization has Church of ,ear' aiour in New i
IlrS. xngelke, who sang "Be- been moved from Wedpesday, Orl tobal Bonday with the re-
'eW" n Sept. 10. tp Thursday. Sept. 11. openita of the (birdh Sch6ool
he quests include Mr. and The chang* la been caused by at 9.:1 a, a. ini the dedicatiOn.
Mrs. Philip Thorton, Mr. and confPRtEgftaal events on the of a rblignous .O patitlng pre-
Lero I attlmore. Mr cnd Pacific i the Isthmus. serited to the School by Mrs.
%a. Diek Richard. Mr. and Mrs. It will berheld at the Union Jan Koerber, a former Canal'
A.&. Dole. Mt. and Mrs. T.H. Club from 4:10 to 6:00 p.m. Zone artist.
SKelley. pr. and Mrs. Sure 'Mv- The. mtu depicts St. 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Prank i. 'AMl' .fbD of children hi a tropical set-
uJlctt, Mr: and Mras.- ank-.. Md .afl.-.Dermitt has been ting.
t" Mr. and Mrs. Enrico M ind vemh to& allow her annual
Dr. an d heE. Ware l-'art S to, be shown on the At the same hour a new child.
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t, Mr. andMrs. Lemm, Mr.thej Churclk Scoo.
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To 6 Hits In 11 Innings Tomorrow,
NEW YORK, Sept. 5.-(UP)-It took them r -
eleven innings to do it but the frustrated Braves I v.N t
finally beat the Do6dgers 6-5 after suffering 14 3fig. > Cabi. fs
straight defeats this season, cutting Brooklyn's 4 p Vnerso o. tan I
lead to seven games over the second place Giants. .. miU Te
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The Braves touched off the airtight ball for four innings
winning rally when Johnny Lo-j during which he struck out five d ofMRaee "" Natve FUW
an was hit by a pitched ball men, suffered the defeat. Psea: wM= A Poless I 1: I
and the DoGgers protested that Stuart 'Miler, who would be Uesoad sae of v oem
the ball did not touch him. The an simoet umanisous cholee 1 Coran RubI
usually mild Roy Campanella for reokle-of-the-year helm 2 COltrio .
was ejected from the game for if he had bee amrOed a ttle 3 Yoaipeago V. Castldo 1
his complaint over the decision longer, scored his fourth vie- 4 pensadr A. Vaqus 110
Earl Torgeson then singled and tory and second s*hutot for 5 axweIsler B., Orteta A
Logan stopped at second. Bid the Cardinals by tpplag the 6 Consentlda L. trUtel si
Gordon followed with a single to Cuba 1-1 mon st ft rhfts. 7 Biseaysa B;vera RI
left which broke tip the game Eno slaughter drove, in the
Reilever Joe Black, who pirched only run of the game In the first 1rd Race "C", Native 64 P.
inning with a single off loser rs e:3p.~' el es-: 1:45
S oaWarrwen Hacke*r. a" 1O T
S*JOr, ^ BriefS The Yankees managed to stay 2 gonoM I' l
By United Prie three-andon -lralf gatnes in .3 GoltnmloU O .elvmera 1"8
front of Cleveland In the Amer- 4 Rio Mar J. Bakes 10
S--lean League race by pummeling 5 Lolto V. Rodrigue z tSz
LEVELAND, Sept 5-Welter- lefty Bobby ants of the Ath- e MIMndlig K. Flores 1I4
ht Del Flanagan made it two letics 12-2 wMle big AlHe Rey-
ght over Red Defazio Wed- nolds breesdto an eight-hit tri-j th Bae, '.I N nlve 7 FA. i
Basday night with a unanimous umnph. e.... me fe a
I -round decision at Cleveland. The Yankees hit the league's ue: 5:
'Flanagan. who won a split ver- No. I winner tor 12 safe blow$ 1 Dutue ) Otorra lOlx
;det last time after their first and eleven runs before he was 2 Vetadr) OChuna &11 I
flht ended In a draw, showed taken out hi the eighth, auffer- 3 DonJeftiuin A.vergarl II
ptnty of speed In Wednesday lng hbi .sth defeat agans$ 22 4 Meayia Reyes I
night's battle. The St. Paul, Min- wins. Oil M aDougald clouted two 5 Valaria X. Silvers 112
niota fighter connected often yaikee rmoudtlppers and Geme Papo M. Zallos 115
*5th stinging jabs and hooks and Woodling conked three singles 7 Romantico K. Flores 114
6 ned a deep cut over Delardo's and a double Reynolds scored 8 Tp drl C, Iglesias 10
jqt eye In the seventh round. his 17th victory. 9 8 rena A. Vasquez 108
afazlo. of Bayonne. New Jersey, The Senators topped the Red
1li1d on a slamming left hook Sox 4-2 WIle winning their fifth 5th &I "C" Mh l ffli
Ib*d attack, but failed to get st9li on Bob Porterfeld's Purse: Poat eIdel : Z:15
? anagan in serious trouble. ei0gt rir. Ken Wobd tripled New6O5ter A. Ubidli I 1
Siere were no knockdown. t i Marginal runs for lraUblAt B.,* e lo 11 e
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COHICGO National Open Mike Oaret,-Itched five-hit A 1 10
ChamnMsa Afau BZ ron la ball to top the T Yin a thU.thn "ia &A m rir.
hewaf SIe W~y It total me- in which i nW Wight also u *M: r '
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he pr mment one of them was Luke Easter's ~ n a -iv-
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uts, 45 and to-^fffh seconds "Thutday, Sept: Il at p.t:
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prospective football, officials t. A. Siu. l1
*J tiisangue Priuilent the office oj tb Tbe tector, Phi- .t. Wes 198
barSf t rneid down seal Sdeasti on ant: RecreaMpl( W. MWl -
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S m y B T Y K St. Louis. Canal Zone.
Oq na. -%4 when the Star 5 112
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MARGATE. England. Sept. 5 "Let the peplo
(UP?-Britain's powerful Traades'
Union Congress today passed a FWENTY-NEVRNTR E4AR
unanimous resolution for favor-,
Ing extensive trading with Rus-
This was the big surprise of
the M4b annual convention of
the C. which represents
:7 L00 e, bt Van Fl
Not only did the TUC recently
sack all Its Communist officials
in an anti-Red purge, but It has
consistently and vigorously op-
posed the Electrical Trades Un-
ons advocacy of expanded last- k
Today's TUC resolution ex s-
med alarm at the Inereased dth-I SEOUL. Korea. Sept. 5 (UP) -
culty of maintaining Britain's Gen. James A. Van Fleet said to-
exports. This difficulty, the reso-Iday the Communists are still
lpflon said, threatened unem- strong enough to launch an of-
ployment. fensive in Korea. despite the
The development of trading re- pounding they have taken from
nations with all nations prepared UN planes.
to conclude commercial agree- The 8th Army and UN ground
Thme resolution also expressed commander In Korea told a press
the belief that: expressed conference here he did not be-
"in particular. extensive trad- Hve pressure from the air alone
Ing relations with China, Russia, could lick the Reds
and other eastern countries There is still no substitute for
would make a substantial contri- the riflemen. I'm sure there ne-
butldn towards improving the ver will be," said infantryman
present international situation. van Fleet.
which is causing grave concern
to the peoples of all countries." He spoke as the UN for.qs a-
rgain staggered a Communist Iron
ore processing plant at Sinhung
Freedom Crusade wiat a two-wave, BSo-sortie air
attack. Returning pilots reported
Drive GetsEarly at least 28 buildings destroyed
.rly and eight damaged.
Start From Colon US Sabre destroyed three
MiAgs. probably destroyed one
The Crsade for Freedom and damaged another.
Camp aign, which does not begin UN ground troops, defending
officially uptil Nov. 11. got off Bunker till. five miles east of
to an early start today when the the true village of Panmunjom,
Latin American office received beat off eight columns of attack-
a letter fom Miss Susana Navas lt1 Chinese, killing or wounding
of Colon offering $1 every pay- more than 300.
day.starting Sept. 15. While declaring that the Com-
A addition to the donation, aunists are still capable of
Mti Nvas has offered her ser- launching an offensive Van Pleet
Vies to the Crusade. said:
fetr donat io wUl go down on "I havt Iv.ry confidence we
t re of the Crusade as the have the capability to contain
first o. the 1962 2Latin American y enemy thrust however pow- tASMALL A KEFdOR Dwight D nhowe f M,
elhW3. erful. and it2hat this arrmy 4 the xwrN:saos l- u w it in Tampa, Fl.. Itke'hter
rUnited Natons sld theomj1tarY FI% and fVntrsted the position of the 08h
P. May iprees of the Republic of soresa with Ohe mes id the other wew to
will alwwTs have tit ability, cour- W l the messt ab the othe r thie to
Sft fare age and 'deterrinatIan tosehleve
fan honorable solution on the aft Assembly, th an e~frt to i
Of C mftitfte I eld of battle tN necessary a6d the deadlok.
T ..7 $e |He said Tee6d*iitmhnfst a ndl- I._Accolat to the officials 1r#-
WASfNGlTON, Sept. 5 (UP) |Cte a light IhWase in the size Wi t l hopes an rmiatlee' c m
-A spe-al House subcommittee of the 0Ommunist forces In -, ete.Sted In Korea before 1M
W;'1 bein h Iean in Log A.n- rea. bringing them lightly over Gnetral' Assemb.y convenes t
SOuL on' tulamon set- the million maria noiber, but as t'ere appears to
tn he seuaMt boundaries of Meanwhile in London official be small hope of Wis it is consld-
iWSltatet sources said Britain and the nil- enrd expedlent to take the pro-
1u R0Dohfltmebt Of the sub- ted States at considering brin- blem to the General Assembly.
d11Bamlttee was dM f the de- Ihg the problem of the Koreen Meanwhile in Korea the Unt-
vaflraits inB the 4ielands oil 'tha.deadloek before the Unitbd ted Nations CowUand radio to-
disgUte to the lat session of Nations General Assembly. day accused the Communists of
sgA". The officials said there had lvling in chargifl that the chief
e $StMady was approved by been no formal disctsitons yet, UN truce delegate threatened to
Ite NoU after President Tru- but several nations with forces extend germ warfare against
man vetoed a bill which would fightingR n Korea have Indicated North Korea.
hasB turned oil-rich offshore they believe the truce problem
teritemm back to the states. should be discussed by the Gen- The Voice of the UN Command.
in a counter-proparanda broad-
ast, charged the PRds' offlotal
Sadie Peiping intentionally mis-
S'nteuteted remarks made t
1Ma. Gen. William K. Harrison at
yesterday's armistice meeting.
Pelcint Radio, ouotinq Alan
Wlnninqton. correspondent of
1Lodon's C o m m u n I s t Dailv
W tker, said fH rrlson 'has
S1* tenled the extentlon of bac-
telioladeal warfare against t
W lu mton said Harrison told
1fWr9" bute delewation:i
'ya 1th~ Korean people will can
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