The Panama American

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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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00476

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MSW-YORK, Aug. 16 (UP) As of Aug. U, a total of 10,770 velop into
Ib National foundation for In cases had be reportedis year. n a hands" to
U paralysmis launched an e.* That was1 M pet ceti 11 tM dac of, RepubiOtm ,of.
MIrch of Dimes cam- five-year average for th. same M who. U ral.g aint.
niaflt ai tP today with the period. the enumbent Dbosr Sea.
tol r*,- t otenot of In Atuo"_ O'Connor.a Id P"aul Dougl s"..
nes" pastilents depends on there are 87,o. patients from pre-
B r dollars. ovous years who still net PhW!idnt r t
r1v.4 e we .opnet of- Before 1954 is over, 11o wrote Mr. Meta e
.B.. l- O'C.n-or preli- aid may cost as muei as 33 1 "looked forward aiSlIpa.
St of e foundationwhosaid million dollars, O'Coonor aid.It lon," to gratin Mt. Mok i
the fglt agant polio had become originally wa ea d at Washinto n win u the i
i eeSve with the ddtion 700,000, when the regular aual new junior senator oa
i progr amp.tat may some day January. "Lookingforwar with mntlbl*
ou o ldiseaase. Tbnodrivt fell X ,iu- dollar lion" i. of course, w.
Te fight a oio0 stands short of Its goal, and emergencytha lookingorw .d to I
at the cos t".. O' r said, payments for patents were vir- There s no Marteusr t n
Itha sor the ABC rtado ly suspended Aug.1, aa re- the credulity ot ray wholtan
"Whether to attack-Ault. just shut out the p._
treat or eompromse wa &.the The founlaSon is batt o
dasien.ofrthe Ameran people.+_ en foit rots-pamt aid, RdI 1t- But political exp is n ra
IWb growing powers a dvio-[fine rofAretpOees lOfll a- familiar with the Mu4l10ad past
lace of polap be matched on- tien and Polio prevention. The pa- utterances of Mr. fleqt have
lyS^.^ S y eer eof lio prowtI-Blpai a lone wondering how.e wor
s .teWrana as his cost S1 in dollars bower's sides io w hi
Y. 0. This isp articularlyag
baa e esudeos far otI
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ay*s, w tor, Ma?5 ajIo rated unsusxiur 1. President FirBOWt r L .
Ptoried of In i. 10 lumber of cases. g finally said tt r h W
S a .ayes Is national women'4 tet04 was Alaska which .a dore no individual .
bi.. the March of Dimei. worst epidemic of all tme-C. Cl._ Til was later alteired-o.1J1
reported there were fornia polio incidence was a r ment that the
IA- new cases of polio last week. ahead of t year. dorse' y t0 a
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a0 Mr. Meek'beestu"* = 4iP
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S. At Urbana, on Feb. 25, Mr. M'
declared that. "The mverick an U
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itA es the nation'f erable situation. lHe charged. enough to turn your stomach. r
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il t;lg t last be- emr'oyes. out for a flexible farm pre a
Sof 1-day- Pilots' Scheduled to go off the graroll am, a a d o, t
Mt0o pgroU a i d e n t Eisenhower. At TI
were .*r" "stewardems, 5T pro- Harvard Milk Day seleb
e airlbie said it had no bationas.j employes and 367 tion on binei,. however, r. k
b St hed with flight engineers. declared: "I don't thiak.ti
to start drodr netry. mer needs any political '
S Itstr emlvea sM The 'tvardse and eni- He'lolve his own p
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MIna to have anything era will be given advance warn- ar n-113 and be ii lo
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ot the country to day from New York-to-LoAsAn
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h rl -t of the eloyes were The union claimed that it was t powers. Fre-
Stoo on vacation or that not safe fdr a pilot to fly a plane Zent 1 1 opposed it On
would ibei spended from for more than eight hour. The May 14, Mr. Meek sai. "I won't
ayl tihe tOke w eastbound, na atop, DC-7 chang supportt tor the Bricker
n all eU s t may flight take less than eight. amind
e. r.om th payroll, a hours, because of tallwinds. On ot hh r nt
Smpanyin'fo.ig aid, which President
c s.. .s But westbound, the trip takes Eisenhower had .au u rted, Mr. Tp
orllI.n- er, and the CIvIl Aeronau senOpJun t BiS.I^ .
n emte 000 longer schedules. So. mraon ina Kta who wl t
... a day e th rear up ad srem to high
D ullIS, the 4~narcua en en abMAmerican eitiensbeing 9 1 %1 I
depAitmbnt dSt iOfed A emer sOld Iisod wn river to keep the wis e
SIa countries in- lux. aste.
alrS ry Jobs to Admxneriesn ,l 5enla aatrie luxma
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I a- iEisho- rf1 ia I im -for the plat-V
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St lea efl a a eo can rtay up afs log the pse the WSool ri ul. A lthal -- -" "al* .II I
N.Y. Ofm rr fo011111 enowndteeoth
d-edectp a t eTWw we-h- ...b.c ketocswwee s ud,
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t a ~~n~n the I P ao th e rnl o t s oeaespe.l f .13 b-rorlwa t this fa hoomll.w,
emsCom umittee tolG.bpaneth Sat e on e e t his u ee a ilhhed of. the group ,saiwo entar ednvictaohad
cg es. from te'n8abrlly before e ryeahe rin For r t -h- mevem menomt cuth of i0-- _, to h cerl,
on m aat5Ofaop orR eto. tmOofe ov er -on fo r whewe .euw n du.


I iBod-hne rtm. thhene.A e. wepthnetoltadhr s were Ethe

ash .at:-fl beforeboaTs epulT Goersevo onmas pres.sertd Mrs. Vic-iin to Cal

i tof tan ts tohe 1ias.r u n 01 'Pv on orlblos.. ? & p e rack too ticmsard oundtthe..y.rdT
in oflth hedisplawyeksarn arow his.......whe3dnfghtwen tI touthend oofroes


. outoft constrolS p un ge gallons of fuel can be added to the board, merchants and omen's or..
UO-mIlls-perabour Thunderstreaks ganizations. Elsa Mvarez
for special as, and Repubq When twoof the ty teachc.
T. q free li refuels, ,g system en- ers" had to discontiue vol-i Jeanntte Smith
t he g d p uk p by *bis sein ug ep" from tanker unteer work, the third offered to L Doy
S.a. up a the airs. I ktao chars of r thra elas es. ... "oi M M Charles W. Henry

you Are Corely Inmded to Mo's on Tuesday 17, $9.50 Mrs. Richard Thoar.
ra d MW8 TAurSday 19. ftAugust o. MeN J. Murray

"f 0 OoarM uM i 2O o .. tinez &l...I. sat ElbaAldrete
i l.*.*emfobl aeo Mohe cpm s ol uyggsmg you type, Eleanor Bateti "
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lno will use o o the
Old Men Coyote, a leg.
tribal figure, to increase
~for loss of fishing rights
S ,at o Falls on the Columbia
S' es Peree geands say it was
Old Man Coyote who created the
faosb I the first place-with one
. mighty swat of hid hand.
' The government contends pay-
*i mn t is due to the Indians only for
' loss of minor fishing rights at the
I, fhls, which will be destroyed in
T two years when'The Dalles dam is
.en Federal officials say
ths eK Perces lived too far away
a to ve done much fishing at
the Indian counter with the
of Old Man Coyote. The leg.
ma.y the ancient figure, dis.
iped as an infant and riding iq a
*mal canoe, was floating down the
Qumbla, When he came to the
I K nt site of Celilo Falls. he dis.
Sjrered it had been dammed by
fw virgins.
This angered him because it pre.
vented salmon from swimming up.
itroeam to his people, the Nez
Paces. Changing himself into a
giant. Old Man Coyote ripped out
Ste dam with his mighty hand.
This,. the Indians say, explainsi-
why there are five fingers of rock I
Jutting into -the Columbia at Ce-I
ll, He had left his hand print.
eodor Little, Clarkston.
sh.. attorney for the tribe, aaid
as exsence of this folk legend
ves te-Nez Perce wer accus.
med to fishiBg at Celilo each
s ar during the salmon season. He
Sad he I, securing affidavits from
*el rly numbers of the tribe who
remember going to the f.11l.: as
children. Many present day Nez:
PerTes still fish for salmon at Ce.1
file durln August and early Sep.
Stember, e said.
The government offered the Nez I
aPes $1,000,000 for loss of fish-1
a rights several months ago The
tribal council turned this down
and employed Little to press their
elaim for more money. If the gov-.
Sqrment rejects the Indian de-
m Snan4, he sati, the case will be
t" a to a-special Indian claims


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NEW YORK-(UP) The men
for years have poked fun at the
eraginess of women's bats. They
ai't seen nothing' yet.
The newest feminine headgear is
an umbrella hat. It is made ex.
like an umbrella, except for




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telotrs worn by the Japanese.
TIe first umbrella hats were
;atl oat various solid shades of
tu. But now, Blderman is using
summer dress fabrics '- in polka
x dots, and stripes. He also is plan. I
afa similar headgear for the ehil-
dpn, with nursery rhymes on the
'TR "'umbrella hat, folded, will
d-i'.n a large handbag.
I ask you, is tere as
tig hat which will do that?"
an asked. .

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uviu 9e u rw n inD-u-arino Lopoda re-enacts his escape ftom
Communist-domfnated Czechoslovakia into Austria. Using a
homemade "froqgian suit," he swam three miles underneath the
f ed wters of the DyJe River. He used a German World War
I I kto snake his respiratory helmet. A piece of wood
eed abo the water soLopoda could get air to breathe,
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Tourists who visited Galway aft-
er the opening of the tea garden
toued that the old Arch had taken
on a new look. The ugly gashes in
Its Walls had been filled n sad its
tattered garb of straggling ivy had
beef trimmed and IenRivywith
ro .'
But the loveliest rose of all
greeted visitors when theyUlimbed
the open-air garden. She was


of old Spain who had cone to
Ireland to study. WI learn
English, she served
ish style, in the roof-top cafe.
To those who were Int 1ted,
she tol4 stories that havIPeen
handed down through the c e
-of the Spanish sailors who sipped
their chatos of wine as they
watched the red sun sink into the
ocean; of the Spanish grapiees
ad lad i e s who promenaded be.
neath the Arch as they waited for
ships to take them home again.
"This port once did a brisk busi.
ness with Spain," she said. "The
Arch was as well known to the
ranudees as was the Toledo Gate
old Madrid, and the- sailers
were as familiar with the vagaries
of the currents in Galway may as
they were with the tides off
.Cadiz."
Gaway is proud of I t
prouder still of its place n histry
as a port. Bo long as the Spanish
Arch stands, so long will Galwe.
gians point proudly to their link
with Spain.


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t: early part of ne year bh
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noon at 3:30 in the Immaculate oal
Conception Church oL Gatua. Aug
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w.BaRBMA PSRCIADO iareet N, is
MORIUSON o July Ave. a J am.
FOTO) DON'T
Juato Aroseme5a a. and 1 .
LOURDES PRABMACT
IL'e carramQlUJua


FOR SALE
Household
SR SALE; Frigidoire refrigerator,
25-cycle, excellent condition $80
629-A. DeLesseps. Phone Critobal
3-2847.
FOR SALE: 25-oycle refrigerator
unit, almost new; also hair dryer.
Cheap. Phone 2-3408. Balboa.
1 WANTED


S Migelanenous
WANTED. Wringer-type
Machine, 25-cycle, good co
Phone 2-6375.
i ,.SCELLANEC
P, E ISTIMATIS Recondition
eupholitering Furniture A,
Interior Decorating. Call El
-4632
Dt WENDEHAKE NEW m
CLNIC Day & Night
Cetral Avenue 209. beside C
i ,heater. Tel. 2-3479. Par
iUCJRSION to Cortagena, C
SAugust 27th. returning 29
Sound-tr.p. For reservatio
COPA. 3-0097.
S NED-INSURANCE? Hospital
Merine. Life available. Call
3-3323. ,
FOR RENT


-_ IHOUeB
FO-.-RLENT :-Beautiful residence for
0 tlI dlte occuponcy. If Interested
2.3035, Ponoama.
-4-3 e dr@icm chlet. $85;
S.pa' own water. Via Porras.
e3r 1217.

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The~jaost aed of these
I a *eln Santa
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the early 17th cean.


e brche of Virginia I
SWBr ied fclre to

gid.Mspasus ride werehum
AA rof Old North C rltK

The rafters of St. John's in Rich-
o Iand, Va., rang with Patrick Hen-
; fI "Give me liberty or give me rty or
.-.' ahL" Washington, George Ma-
"; g"e, Thomas Jefferson and Rich.
ufSdry Lee met there in public
S" etngis.
The oldest known Jewish house
i' worship in the United States.
"' ro Synagogue, at Newport .
i, hasn itsa f files a letter &rom
S-ewge Washington that states in
rt "hapny the government of
V W ,. ltd-tate.. gives to big.
Siry -no sanction. .
STday, church construction is at
m'il-Ume g. Churches are go-
Shi ar at a ord o00o,-
S I rte compared to last
lo 4a stti p valued at $473.-


We offer Randd new elm-.
SMSenv ertleI ra 6 Us.
ak on ($150.00.
I uDLERUA EL D1W5Q
* 5 Cala Av. P&Mri.
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THK PANAMA AMERICAN
a stree.t LI& al


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1949 Ford 2-door Cus-
tom sedan, engine had new, block
Installed loat year. tires, body, point
and engine all in excellent condi-
tion. Tel. 2-3785.
FOR SALE:-1951 Hillman Minx se-
dan, excellent condition S625. Can
be financed. Call Curundu 83-
7123. Qrs.,2003-D.
FOR SALE: 1953 SInger, 10,000
miles. 578-E, Curundu Heights.
Phone 4183.


FOR SAtLi--Buy of the Year: Dodge
V8 hordtop--1953-rodio. 15,000
miles. Best offer over $1600 takes
it. Moke me a price. Call Sanders.
6-388 or 2-4291.


FOR SALE:-Pontiac '48, Hydrama-
tic, excellent condition. Calle Co-
lombia 8. Apartment 5.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford-o-matic 4-
door. Can be financed. W/s/w tires.
Cooper 6.206, Gamboa.

LOST & FOUND
LOST:-Brown male dog, 30 pounds,
crooked front leg. Reward. Call Al-
brook 4227.
LOST -Brown pocketbook containing
cedula, Rose di Data de o tter.
Keep money and return wallet, ros-I
ary, keys and prayer book to Th6e
Panama American office


Typhoon Grace Hhs
.~l


FOR RENT
Apiartment
ATTENTION 4. I. Just built modern
furnished apartments. one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water, -Tel-
ephone Panoma 3-4941.
FOR RENT; Furnished and unfur-
nished 2 and 4-room modern apart.
ments. Contact Alhoambra Apart-
ments, 1 0th Street. Tel. 1386, Co-
ion.
FOR RENT:-Aportment above Cen-
tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue No. 141. Inquire Central The-
ater, manager's office.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, 51 st Street No. 42. Un-
furnshed. For further details call
Zubieta: 3-1802, 3-3337.
FOR RENT.-On 4th of July Avenue,
small furnished 2-room apartment,
new furniture, completely independ-
ent. Suitable for one or two persons
$65. Inquire Central Avenue No.
68. Telephone 2-4912 or 2-3584. I
FO -RENT. -.Apartment, two bed-
rooms, livingroom, din i n g r 0o om,
kitchen and suite. 13th Street No.
16, San Francisco. Phone 3-2457.'
FOR RENT.-Furnished or unfurnish-
ed one bedroom apartment, with
smail kitchen, bathroom, porch. For
information see Fabrega, East 29th
Street No. 18, rear of "Mercado
Vasco". 10 00 to 12.00 noon and
3:00 to 6:00 p.m.


FOR RENT: New three-bedroom
apartment, living and diningrobm,.
maid's room, hot water. Telephone
3-2279.
FOR RENT:-Large and independent
furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms.
Phone Panama 3-1036.


-WNI IiII FOR RENT.-Apartment, 2 bedrooms.
11I JIwII. -- liviing-diningroom, kitchen, screen-
ed. Phone 1464. Balboa.
NAHA, OirnMKw, Mon., Aug. 16
NA(UP T hn oGr ,c "Unleashg. 6 FOR RENT: Completely furnished
e-d a 23)-" n h.ir S ndas apartmenth concrete, GI. i inspected,
,u at M' i.battend dwn A- North American neighbors, regular
a, W islandW A pau.si ng transportation $50. Phone 3-0471.
a* lage t ho Uee a era0ft .1d two FOR RENT:- Furnished apartments,
hou .- one and two bedrooms. Belle Vista.
Tel. 3-1648.
n.- nri ''toMg ilnu. ----------


;"- FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment i
tnI duplex house. 9th Street, Son Fa n
A.l. qjco. Call Cooper 6-206.


,TV Sid To Raise


at I the giaht Kadena
Air Ba. .
-The -eye" of the typhoon
brought aL m .to the center of the
Islad 1A ly before midnight aft-
er *thl eastern edge of the storm
had -iared across the island.
The big ilrbaes and U. S. Ar-
my inatallatio braced for a post-
midnlgbt blast from the other aide
of the storm, which whirling
i rlockwiae, was aiming
leW R %o M5 mUe an Br gusts
fom the opposite direton.
- The typhoon left a trail of de-
bi cluttering street of villages
and military areas. Blown-down
power lines created the most se.
rious hazard to natives and serv.
icemen.

Dentists Told
Not To Fear
Child Patients
ST. LOUIS, Mo. --(UP)-A den.
tist with 34 years of experience
has some reassuring words for
younger detista who worry about
children.
Dr. Stanley C. Brown Ithaca,
Mich., told the Missouri State Den-
tal Association that there are
more dentists afraid of kids than
there are kids. who are afraid of
daTheeis o e& flev h


Then is no eedet of ear-en the
part either, he added, saying
bagra the tdetist bos to do h to
aply Auelf the pblem a
e -the cd -at their own

Children, Brown concluded can
be turned into good dental patients.

LEGAL NOTICE
TOR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
The. V States Dsui Ceurt fr Ohe
I. lel of The CIoanal ei

or A o_,i5 v n.
IN A0N1410 f. P ,U Ix N -
10NAM WITH CLAUSE OF FOREIGN
ATTACHMENT.
IDoIBAXTIMRBOLAGET. HANS VOh
TINrS A/B and WILH RBNSAN O/Y.
*s owner of the Motor Tank. Vel
"AJURA. 1.J bellants.
COMPAIA DAI NAVRGAC1ON
ANW" .A.. Rewpm.dut.
WHX mAl an the" 7thv of AuFn.
roIrs and de Caro Proctoi mr
Lbelaant. filed a Libel in the INatrset
Court of the United State for the Dis-
briet of the anal Zo asant the Zoe
C- fL.a do Navepelsn "Anne" S A.
I ai IN f Libel In Admiralty. Pe-
ain SB eemm with claiee of Ior'M
AIttmeeM Civil and Martlne. a t
1AND iWHREAS. by vtrt oa pe -
Ipu of law, to me ir-eLod. e-
the 23rd day of Auout.
I s imzed and tak s the
IVEMPM SA DSA.." h. ern-
Court % MW
j ANW, Canal Zaone. 1 the 23d
54 tw tshe trial of aMid
&m the w aer or em and
ay have or clahimo
r le av, why a
In KA fo


Reading Tastes.
PHILADELPHIA (UP)-Tel-
evislon has improved the reading
habits of the average American
de fears to the contrary, ac-
r to Emerso Greenaway,
diretor of the ree Library,


OFFICES AT87 f""


VbUeahioo
iVe.


RESORT ,


mradmlch Santa Clata B e t
Electric refrlgeration. go.=Z
MOderate rates. Phon "441
4-567.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one milas iPst
Santa Clara. Low rates. -..-hanwe
Balboa 2-1866.


PhMlilU Oceanside cottages, Santa
Clar. Box 435. Balboa. Phone
Poanma 3-1877. Cristobol 3.1673.
FOR RENT:-3-bedroom beach front
houw. Call Balbqa 2-3022 after
5 pm.
FOR SALE
Mlcellaneoum
FOR SALE:-Suits and Pants, BFST-
FIT. superior quality of very low
prices. :'BESTFIT," Plaza Sants
An&, PanamA; 11th Street, Colon.


FOR SALE.-Auto-car tractor, Hercu-
les motor, perfect condition. Phone
3-0996.
FOR SALE: Photographic & plec-
tronic equipment. Must sll. Sailing
this Friday. Call 36-8571 after
6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Small portable R.C.A.
Victor rod.o, batteries included at
$15. Phone 2-2658, House 714-D,
El Prodo. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 225-lb. barbel set.
complete. $50. International Hard-
ware Store. Phone 2-2777.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished large
room with private entrance, beth,
large closet, screened. For one or
two ladies or gentlemen. House No.
34, upstairs. 46th Street, Bella Vis-
ta. Con be seen from 4 p m. on.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished big
room, private bath, near Hotel El
Panama. Board available. Call 3-
1789. 2-1693.
FOR RENT: Beautifully furnished
large rooms, kitchen privileges, and
all conveniences. Bella Vista, Mex-
ico Ave. 69. Tel. 3-0553.


tARUALj


FOR RENT:- For couple, fumished
room kitchen prle, i.w, tt.
Reaosnable. 4th' of July Ave. No
21, Apt. 3. Entrance oppoaie Roos-
evelt Hotel,


Brain Paralysis

Now Being Tracked

By Thumb Tess


Greenaway said. television's ef- CHICAGO -(UP)-.Tho position
feet on the reading habits of the of a patient's thumb may be an
nation i4p lmlar to that of radio important clue in dianosing brain
in its Infancy paralysis, according to Dr. Temple
At ft te verag Americn Fy Philadelphia psychiatrist who
deAt firs the average e Amerin A c ny
devoteda 1 hIs spare time to tele- described his simple thumb tests
vision, e said, but when the novin the Journal of the American
elity wore off he returned to books' Medical Association.
better books than he had been Fay said some casesan be ten-
tatively disposed almost as soon
reading before. as the patient walks into the of-
People realized that with tele- fice.
vision in their lives they had less i
time for reading and therefore thy Specific parts of the brain con-
slected the book of a higher trol specific muscles and move-
standard, he aaid. ments, he said..Thus. an abnormal
standard, position of the thumb in relation
A survey showed there is less to the fingers or ta'the hand and
reading of fiction and more of non- wrist while walking is character-
fiction now. This results from edu. istic of certain types of paralysis.
national television programs which Fay, a neurosurgeon, said thumb
leave people curious about the tests roughly can separate patients
subject, Greenaway. said. For ex. who have disturbances of the spi-
ample, a nature program brings nal cord and the cerebellum. Ten-
a demand for books on animals, tative diagnoses can be made
birds, flowers and the like. quickly for such disorders as en.
cephalitis, multiple sclerosis, men-
"We are delighted because this ingitis or arteriosclerosis.
means the library, which is some. For example, he said, an inflam-
what regulated by public demand, motion of the spinal cord such as
may buy better books Greenaway polio may enable a patient to place
said. "When the novelty wears off, the tip of the thumb completely
the survey shows that television back of the knuckle of A index
makes a contribution toward the finger.
ifte -of an individual by providing ,
material which wil enrich that in. A thumb drawn Into the;palm of
dividual's- e. the hand mayi indcate apt.., par-
alysis, Fay said. PaM cen-
"The library's chief function is tral brain codituionsaj shak-
to provide .osa materials, too. ing palsy or PaIl~iMns diseasee
More of our resources -re sought a nnot repeatedly an rapidly
as a result of the various television touch the Up of the thumb to the
programs." 'tip of the index or middle finger,
Greemaway sAd the survey a t.he said.
the Hbrary showed that in the first ______
three months of 1B54 there was a e A
drop in fiction reading by 7.31iHr i
volumes and an increase of 313.e lKe IOIvii MAp
volumes-in nssolton reading. A Io L-, ol
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LEGAL NOTICE Ard Of PenManship
uIM em A O' AMERICA
Dbmacmi rnea I PHILADELPHIA -U.)- The
ulansue comS EC rer The ; Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator
Ja fIIn a.PlaBtnUff i Margaret!Co. thinks the post-war faenzy to.
wm mm. Defaodant. sumimn wards mechauilation and "auto-
Cae o. IM CivHi Dodket is. Acuon matic offices" has overlooked one
ter s- of the moat I t arts of op.
? 2eOtN adnd eratingp an m ce-pen-
sanwe awe sUMea in das e above- m ship,
anro ponialr IIn4 fact, the firm is periodically
Io Ic-oiw bithee to appear sending its office personnel "bag
and wmit, ta''*Ln I a'* .- to school" to re-learn the reading
Sao e relef di *and writing of numbers.
bie Gutha*e I C. L. Scheet trainin director
Crow tied State Distoe for the firm ;a that despite the
c aus1 at th e Canai Zne.. electrml e inteoi" aa copn
iJf. clrk heated caleclatorsthe baSi s
SJ, i tifh -e hand -a Wind
a Tt y krecofda whed later a fed
Sag I =rI d punched cad syeadas.
F. C te the order Scheetx SMdon= flw
DiScourt 1&; fo writing makes U 113
air doe. dIta d A I diffc.l to dol.b frm
a"r led a:'each other WhWI@sl meel a1 amI
tor the also are eaialy If I I Be said
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Good Reader Does
INe Need Degree
CHICAGO (UP) There Is
little connection between the num-
ber of years a person spends in
school and reading ability, the Uni.
varsity of Chieag's 17th anna
conference was told.
Good readers, a survey found,
are curious. It makes no difference
whether they have a grade school
education or a Ph. D. degree. Wil-
lism S. Gray, professor of educa-
tion commented:
"Good readers want to under-
stand more of the world around
them. Reading for them not only
enriches their lives, but it helps
provide solutions for the needs of
daily life.
'Good readers tend to be mere
interested in what is going on in
the world about them than in
themselves. They want to know
mose about people and events. As
a result, they develop a broad
background bf understanding of
the society in which they live.
"Good readers have also master-
ed the basic skills in reading.
Hence, reading for them is a pleas-
ure rather than a chore."
Furthermore, the good reader is|
very conscious of a philosophy 'of
life. He is aware of his own inter-
ests, hopes and prejudices, Gray


Waterford Glass
Has Big Revival
WATERFORD, Ireland (UP( -
Irelan4's famed Waterford glass
indutr is enjoying a revival
helped along by growing sales in
the United States.
Since 1562, consignments of the
glassware hive been leaving Wa-
terford regularly for the United
States. Specially designed for the
American market, the glassware
incorporates features of the orig.
final Waterford glas- regularly ex-
ported to the United tesi n
the factory closed down in 181.
From the old glass-making fe-
tories went such prime .pe. i.
as the chandelier now hen hi
Philedelphia's ldnependec iaL
Now from the new factory mbial*-
ful examples are reviving the Iant
0f is predecessor.
/Experts from Germany. Pelml,
C tisoolvakia and ftbasis wv l
I bro t here to teatb local wn-
er m erafts of blaw lewg. gt-
tci -and ra aM tuaoia
Ifammes ifndust. Teday, a
aged by7the departmes Iw t
Itryn mdeemmete. ther IIt

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eatertaBUMtT t I te llsUi
At eaais, by reservattn.w.
ly. an.a ca Mrs. MeGIns,
Balboa 6 foer reservations. No
reservation accepted after Stur-
day.
Bhdg reu Meetg
At lairt Todgh
The cntrc V emgroup which
meet rtefuly'i' Margarita will
play at thO service enter tonlht
at 7:30.


Atlantic Ca -era Clubl
Will Meet ight
The nov sion of the Atlan-
tic Camera Club will dee film
t.ken by L. J. Benthall at to.
r '-it's meeting at 7:30 in their
Mt. Hope Clubrooms. Mrs. Julia
McKenie will demonstrate trick
titling.,,
Gold Coast Orchid Group
Meeting Thb Evening
Members of the Gold Coast Or-
chid Society have suggested that
anyone Interested in learning more
about the plants, or their culture.
contact MU Harold S. White, at
whose born the group will meet
tonight. Mrs. White resides a t
Quarters 12-B, Brazos Heights,
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Inter-Ameri an Women's Club
To Hold Meeing Wednesday
The Inter-American Wo m e n's
Club will hold their regular meet-
ing at the- Club Headquarters in
AnCon on Wednesday at 9:30.
Ancoun-SBa IBridge Group
Meeto
The = r weekly meeting of
the AncosBalboa Bridge Associa.
tion will be held thi. evening at
7:30 in the card room of the Tivo-
li Guest House.
Junta Femenina Meets
Tomorrow Night
The Junta Femenina de Bene-
ficencia will meet tomorrow
night at 7:30 in the Pacific Serv-
ice Center to discus final plans
for a raffle to be sponsored by
the organisation. All member
are urged to attend.






In Right Of Way


NEP.I, Utah (UP)-A leading
candidate for the title of the most
unique agricultural operation in
the Intermountain West is Mrs.
Los Langenbacker's "straight and
narrow" wheat farm just south of
NelhL""
The dimensions of the farm: If
feet wide. 11% miles long.
If there's any longer, narrower
wheat plot in the West Utah agri-
cultural authorities don't know
about it.
The story of the farm goes back
many years to the time when Jack
Langenbacker, the present owner's
late husband, was an engineer on
th Union Pacific railroad'a run
through south-central Utah.
Saw LTsh Fild '
As Langenbacker, a U.?. engl
near for 35 years who died two
years ago, piloted his engine over
the high ridge between .Nphi and
Lvan, he noticed the ifiroad
right-of-way was, as hli widow
puts it, "plenty wide."
Along the .rightAway there
were lush dry-land wheat flei .
"It didn't seem to him,' Mrs.
Langenbacker recalls, that there
was any reason that wheat sh
not grow right up to the Ineee and
-then top." U
Langenbacker approached &-
ion Pacific official s and .e
ovel suggestion that be bO gi
a long-term lease on the -*
I1Q acres of rigbt-f-W aIMi the
straight stretch of track a L wa.
"The railroad people O ikd the
idea," Mrs. Laebaekd aid
"After all, the wheat weidd ut
down oa the dust and weds be hs
the track and redue. the WB>i l.
time fire hazard."
So engineer Lan fbcke e et
his lesse "at a nomal fl .o
ad bean cultivating t- laed.
t nlm his wheat every 4other y a,


ALL FOM LOVE Gene oThompmoan mis ftoIsE
aad the dk of. the & B. &Atlantic alt a., t
=, fi' Aomerl Tbompaeo ad.itte l
mystery o ot-who doomed between tme towraoF .
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LINCOLN. Neb. (UP)-Ipade-
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cordin to Miss .Harriet G. Brig-
ham of the versityofNebraska.
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quate lighting of good quality in
the right places," instead of artifi-
cial light, as being bad for the
eyes..
'Scientific study has shown that
eyestraing used by inadequate
lighting can be relieved when
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a ewtbb Oarls to birds W s homes of the doctors, friends and
i"r I a big Ingp It k =M iM underfoot that they Pity the poor TV gag writer. mOnce." with a reflee- relatives of the patients

.13400 so33 It ,emnops life h., "onma.,, b
fe a ago. Vut l could do. Audlemeep atd is displensed on when Ise talks about the abort bookmaking me at. In Rio de Janeiro told a
fsr ,h e t wil aioid, it. aL' 'Gelbart, who ww b oie of tve.a of teFJoe ifhIao and I wereo Dra Oswaldo Clmar of the
E' Uarela WO- bad stories nv-do i w n ,ooi Sops and other spa of a TV skit, Up came a. ix o r e. For meeting of the Fifth Internaltiona
td e as a em reas as eludes me, Congress for Mental Health that
CftreeeSna, w "ty wrlte, good skit fortr.lt
L ed's I a nd t sa r a.18 aces asa a Jn s t l c t theou kit
_la_'_dy uMmb repellent, wcet lnaNKs yowr write a good skit ufor sat picked e w L and show most mental hosp Itals throughout
"YOU OUT a a ied, remains effective adway revue," he say, "it horses proved bets the western world are lar in-
A p ...r_ as a _r and ias Ht r.. write te as o half the eld. My horses stitutiosocad on O kirt
a st a about -tom e to the he sunlight or rani. ior a. television sow-boom, ran fourth, fft a sixth. You of cities.
f tr n aide. Maybe it was easy in the It s a aemesis for it.o over. You've oto time for can imagine how Frlas laughed." He said they usually are over-
w s a y war days when Clark Ga e ad birds,o repellent. s odorless and baws4Jlt mrun bak o yoST tlr crowded; the long distace from
lto contract George Bat began, Today they harmless to humans. writer mad write the next ae. With that proviso, let us listen the center of town keeps doctors
431, d %a 1 reGloryS.' won't take a chance on you." The gelatin compound will almg Put there's another aide to the .to the NBC-TV newsaster's pre- and nurses from spending full
Sat, there wonsa't an. That's handsome, ruggd Lee to any metale,h wood o story-If your Broadway skit l dictions for TV: time with their patient; the hos.
-a pM tav5 let me Van Cleef talking. He ha lp- other building material without alo, t's a uick fol. But on ital lacks ood relations with
a-1 Ta' w .,t all pings from the critics to prove standing Witin a a ort time after TV you get paid no matter bow "I've seen such remarkable the community and relatives of
o a 1 wag convinced It uhat there's a press section root- a Iao, t Mblends in with the bad t is, things happen on TV already," he the patientsfind the distance a
wal a handicap to be he twin g or him to swap villainy fr thpainted surfaces. (Na- .s. ays, "that I believe the future of convenient excuse for not visiting
Hill S atur. ch. alry.e He worries about the tonal control Laboratories, e.are fat etring the two. th medium is virtual limitless te
.iatrew .ates Marias could problem of using skulld ery a Skokle, .) TV-ets-in-every-home era. A sor.- I believe without qualification that
ilebisut: a rocket to stardom. Right now vey just conducted in Los Angeles we wll ee within our working instead, he said smaller mental
to enght wi Pier first. he's la RKO's "The Conqueror." echanized feeding is coming to shows that nearly O5 per cent of san international pickups, live hospital should be 16 coated at
S.ways enseegei me Lee, a former public accountant the aid of the milk cow. A new the present TV owners are plan- kups from most any part of the strategic transportation points
t*heu Tlp..would1 he other in Somerset N. Y,, was spotted forage harvesting machine almas ing to buy a. second set. o, just as we now make them and should become Integral part
a0.L SSd! j am. Adshe was by Stanley kramer in the road at keeplen the cow in the barn- Among 1280 families interviewed, irom around the nation. of the community, offering out-
company of '.Mr. Roberts" and yard at feeding time. IB said they were going to get patient, pre-marital and pre-natal
given his first break as a heel in another receiver, mostly this year "Color, of course, is already clinics.
1eItss of. "High Noon.- The machines cut forage crops ot in 19M. with us. When everyomehas color c
Founhe's thing he should such as alfalfa ever day then two sets? Well the urvey sets, think the wonderful things
Fo sedmt yet have waited for a chance to make bring the feed to the cattle. Be. cowieeted for Admiral Corp. by la store-the Easter parade, the
T'out of hs movie lbow as a hero. cause crops are t at their peak W dbur College o Lo Angeles Tournament of Roses procession
a. ttthe Btew- "It's duleat to get eat the quality, cows geo more nutritious sawed that the biggesreason on Pasadena, the opera. and a ml-
Ar r sword nt,'" he says "I want to ee feed. Moreover, the forage bar- was so the children could watch lion other features.
St c hn Wayne before my vester makes a clean sweep of all what they wanted while the par-
Sls es b red to it all I dO is whip the crop. ens could watch what they want- "In the field of sports, there NI
beng r a kill people.* bound to be devised an accepted
S s' itotentby rush to The machnl s desrnd to per- That Just bears out what some system of giving bi fights to the
S' wutnm by icke Spillane. There's nothing like a slow oven form any choppi on a farm TV critics have said-television is blic without blackouts of cer-
hlt.nmit i~cap be tld-that Fox for baby chinchillas. ChInhIlas, or ranch. It is avuAle either with kid tu .nb areas, and I think it wll
no*n i caal tor av 1 0"in areas, and I think it wmm
had dea the picture would be u understand are not on my its own engine or may be operated t-- come, through some modest
SCiaton at but Mary bria is. directly from the power take of At is always interest to con- charge assessed against the view-
a b And, .she dm "Sme of my a tr e the ftueA the h. ers, The total take will be astro-
W e telling A n. .. .... i__ 'y ,,h l t r
b ati Very In seed bet L s." Three attachments mlke it use tof television, since it hols so somical.
h enf came But 's moth. able in row crops, in standing much promise, is especially exelt- "I think the day will come when
Stn itot er anadd- et in i es,the for- crops for silage, or for picking up ing. John Cameron Swaye is a smart sponsors will bankroll some
Sa r nti ti came to me Paramount star and her film- windows of grass and grain for pretty fair future contemplator, of the excellent features that now
Sedt ii his name cutter husband raise chinchillas as making hay or allage. (New Hol- too, although he admits that his get slpttdd into bad time spots.
to o e Its mag- a parotable hob. And I jut had land Machine .New Hollantd, a~ sser4o-thlIgs ao- eking of the so-calledin-
to top SaVr. r t e tj sepa-education-
I a t .lyev aely e TI
-they 'A~ nw type of win 4aree a, "md -q., the chedtulethey'd .
they're w te f spal wi large, -high-uay audi-
t'h you tUyrn O seMeties adma k deal a anner that defia even ultra- b...re you have Swayze's peek
lonet Bt tere a m s b stng wind. head. t all sounds encouraging
I' ".e ion t j But there's aLw andvss goe b I
W b office for charm and mas- to keep little kids wrs. as You might as well keep that
*,bie # la slew even for a To the observer, the 'Lok-Tab" set.
4" -h.. ...o eO .6#7. It works peachy, shingle provides a surface which b___
....l4~L '.YNI who was com- tuma. looks like conventional square tab
h wae pof ermitts bick g *T OSWALD JACOBe Bill McClure, one of the camera-
g w* hast a miBut the center of each tab on -o e men assigned to CBS-TV's "See
the .hst V W the strip shingle has book-shap- -- -ri It Now," has three cars. But don't
3e n nly.v ni ana a .ed extension which fits into a slot around envying him too much-
-e & a8 in the body of the shiagle below, NO3 31 W es'sa roving cameraman, and
._T oU v LON I giving bthe locked effect. 6.4 has a ear in each-London, Paris
.-- __.ame"r a -- iThe wdpo sh es come in 'and Frankfurt' I*dU.
RO lWU' MIwJuG colors ranging from pastels to Frankfurt
.cre a n ex Wee t J B lue-black ai ad fore s green. 14
n otr. Iwas getting Alfredo De Saint Malo, one of (tuberoid Co., Nev- York City.) Was NAr w p Ther be other award on
wh in tldn t like Latin America's most renowned 4* j,*7 r-rt next eason. A theater-
S s o the seren And I fig- violn te, will be presented in ,' 1 Vu loving cloak-and-suitor David H
tired bf tte get o t ofHot t v-concerttt U B Arme *AKQ us e House of Swandadown, has rmed
Rid WWget aOd do some- IForces Service Center In Balboa. 68 7165 47 Q inaugurated an annual award for
-oodr. a while and do some-Ipores Service Center In 81WoL.w
foM -or a .'. 'Monday, Au. 23, at 8p.m.* W U the best costumes of each theatri-
SPbout i, rofessor Rn .Tyatwwi*o. wan cal season. It'll be two awards,
"a member of the faculty of POWER MOWER U NEW A, Q l 5 actually-one for musicals and one
iL aai a the Conservatory ,i DEVICE TO ES MOM for straight plans.
-W / tlPanama, will be his accompany. WOK LOAD A
I, lre I at. Malo, founder and director Sidelights: At long last; a place &A S w -d n_
aMei r Ezapes of the Conservatoro Naclonal de to leave a note to any member of ,
..-- --- _Misitca in Panapm, from 1941 to the family and know it won't be # Due Pes I
So- -- n admi [1953, haa, according to critics, overlooked. Scotch tape it to the 3 obl I m
acquired an ouMtst1adwigI promi. fron. of the TV set. le ., /P
nence In the musical world. Y Opo lag a II uee /I -
N N b AN AU. 1 (U, The artist has had -fcessful You can about measure the :.
enl i F. r, -~'the. beautifull tour n urope th United modern cld' popularity b
0At.f.et t Tenr States and Central and South how willing his mother is to cau. The bid .g shown with today's
ala b tolyw s was America where he appeared s feur a car load of kids hand never stually took place
S n a urbon trtet a soloist and in Joint cocrt with I you sit ba and wait or .the e hand wa aptuall aed
a rIn rWic.ap artists and orclhetras of re- teen-ager in the fami to answer the days 1 auction fy=-W and -
ar n oversee of known. He has receiede countless teto h on the eory that I South re d ar
SL.S t i. decorations and honorsher, chaneand spades dob led by bidding thatL
.te 3-y -old di- selected by Maurice Ravel, the es are tn to one you'll be right. would strane to contract
Site in ifa s composer to olay with Quickest why to get a boy to bridge pany
S- I t him In the firt audin of 'hl wash t family car i to t m layer was one of the
wn rt in, the Sonata for Violin and Pano. he can use i for a date. greatest bridge players of all time
S owrdne Saint Malo Is well known forI The power Iwa mower is fat -Sidaey L East ha
-' l owler denied his Interpretative works on Indo- becoming another one of those la- to be rather dsa ab
rfagnrtelv and American folklore and he receiv- bor savin devices that makes nskilful st wn e quite
-tht t dfa even ed a reoSton or his Mom's wrk s easy. a leski m"l t a ha g
SS l5 etw-o The e both othe Canal To bear the girs at the bridge -En m a two diamond tricks to
:; on, hmew. 'Me H "m totho. e S.".... c b tal, the orst ate that can begin with, and then led the queen

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to a y Zone an the R blic of the things woman can cackle.
n rom bafr a1s1 ft c woman is o e of clubs to i lms w tC. When theh
-Ele Tepn o n, wama serrrAf u iiitdt to attend a od mast he led oa he r and Len
S a General admission Is one dolr husband anno nce tat he io the acst thDr e
as rie n a crativedal dummys c the jack odor, get d of it with Clordent Toth
Sd a d as a fo or have to make a hair he had iled the tret hato a patented polishho a t tht clean
tw ew q l s. mad the e, moy eme rr l the play e t other leading" tooth pa- t agmca. Ud"ing
l aUthau- hwe dg tha mnt eats. alord Ltpmo aandthhger ltetealth sy
r r Ori imprpoved0l dS S rr drw tr n
bWSht by W tahfaine One of the things a Woman qan cackle ci ;r.=
u paadu o 1o, w ,ever really ao a East the n led a heart and Len

lthan alucrative Businede al, dummy's san ad ces the Jack odor, s etart with Clhlorod t to y fo r im-entToo
FPr;,m aced by an uxc s leand tw*ean orer s P There's l of chlorophyll in
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STo Lead 'Miracle Drive"' fetharwaght i
l.st night cooled f_ __ ,_-_ _. _;_
126-pound champ WI'dIb
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By FRED DOWN CoAraanamam S obinsrls A"fo n S
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NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UP)-Gteeral manager his rival. knocked l foor
John Quinn, who's been ducking brickbats frhis mouth .21s. V O .

m makes an NutE Y O R K A ug. 16 (Th e A,.to_2 day irYS
, the year for trading Johnny ntonel, was entitled me referee : _a b. u, ,, : $ ., n
S to take a few bows today for is brain basement rdanc wit w .. a with-t -
buys" of the two sluggers who are leading the. Mil makes ilan at o ot WSMAMI, Aug.Ia 16 Tid ,. .e e v 2
waukee Braves' "miracle drive" on the National "d the e f eny s te s aone of the So,, .. d- b a !m eid a r -oofr t, Hr

Lau pennant.ruun a
wn rouha bnde se'soT .,n l nd0 ebi.m Thos O ?aUfLmte ou oogritdtee"also h pr'I"
Black Bill, 128, substituted for acennant =t d ei the hm (50 1 Madar
Any paforI a cou le of cutoffs, winning streak to six ges. AUen, 135sai. and ed to a e from-pl at o toe whlie i- thaI te k nnge Al-
; anrglTht wnith ae 2-1t o triep l d e o1ota deo vems, r the Th' eist p Aerkt h II ln ,u0huta P o r
tasned from the Bravesooklyn Dodg ae innings with fro Savluaggish Allen n the ix -round Savannah helped MacoA. other gs000ta1 8 1 ton ( C
bn belting at a .387-clthp. e at a f t i s ieladdownrd uC-14 t ow5.M to fa wabac ..s. ,i ( t O )
S2 gns homers by Ted Klusewl,, Montre alaa .r.110 d odod iurda 4nht as JOth ( el) rut .oned to the ring lIr, L ,theu choice
21 .The Braves m de It nine pilo.on. D b. Gripm reoelv ed Juan "salaa 1. r- e ne t ) u, t im.ee1, a .nd toln Te a b w nod rh e D r 0 0 ..
u trei umpZehheol fa m e t a to-i tor5,but S ilaver walr d ao th i i
straight with a 2- trdum ph oe r rT- h i r ol Ki d .. ..dZefifne ,116 %,in a f or K e he .,co ead 3 Per.c oh o m r p rd....







b I k around pro n a radOnLocbnSt the nOor,.,
t ca ou aesterda y while tho he m ,eIn the round pr IV victory overMao b. o ,-
th ormne -d- h I the Watlntown and Howell. HR Nelson. LP 1 -BbllnSS.020 .40 by SMI ,l o oo,
the Brookore e winning run in the lator a 41 verdt over the The ompson. e Cb.Dick VebicditaRo



















madebetterhuseof hNG on, no eas hohustld Italys Luigi Mu o Wins
t New Y k Ofl ants hoono- s Aa est4 'g S seven -tam e leadn ov e .r lhD d T e- a nd ,160 ftat it a M rtl m -) .... ...cItho Peach es couldtwhlth f oe eightder.. rA gtriga
SaS to ahalfamiBi Les r w ias o tSt they collected from -l ume. Charlotte took o luive break.- T as n Auto Race o Thrill
btheonr en hing Braves only 3 The St. Louis Cardinals out-M hsortacon'sI00d000e00eo ss iM- byloss droe d the po a n o b the nd dr o
fr. Ion m t t heCei inning to win nern openings we would ia gke to fill to ....a dop w w,

a bw a vt e aend hi s i WLamn and Lonnett. Markell try tobe Conthere. I yu annt con-at. So toR ith et ACr o the le
t hos ,a whi e af.rko, oh- ti Jacobio (7 w and. L. (8) and Bur tend the meeting but arefintere r( pat Scantlebury, Dwll,. Cla ee In- ,a out wh ic 0- 0e urkop .a ,e
ci nE hrrera for nnfelr .. n-elsebdth. R .ed fom ti, ear bounced bak lb e h e 'll ~, htcaIU o u %*
sho beltin batan.g7-aclipe an homers byTdsa e-Towbet Montreal 69 4 lIader by o -1hts t o fchloe Uia W wn .. waso&.- bek of,, lerw and L (ir m



th Ae- aeswhand ilfkohow. Torontro a 00and 80x- G8 s 0lis, 4 to 2, wiflthe Pae-runrcnl. nfined to nthe on hin-eg U It w choe -uPttg s1 m
ithe wAefad there s haer whl e Melton Sancheyd (8) and No. fi Colopou n tan eht ague Benny Taylor, Reblmont. Cosven ruiet c, o and .o lam fl PhiltelphIa 110 0evth 1.-
An .he on, thJe an.sv, 15, lwhas bkL.o1munloade 1- TorHavaon and Howard. LP for the 1C5o u eon wlm be held AA Texaes hea us eprked hin rThe os5 0 besti omwere tltroat 110 000 Thi entu t he ce



.. avnora drits whle k the al et HR tot k Includin Ottawa t Diablo team to a dofuharder nna Gmep --re. C s te$1t o. i er o. t1) a~ He. Atweivi, l. ,.




Stork Yankees eored a 14-9 vic- B (Second Gaus e, 7 Innin) 18, 154. n Sh A the coure of 409.2 kclomete
ibatting figure .|pitching from Stave$Sromok to_ _ent th e "dit"cefor. .. a Id:" -- Iw o)
btti futhes Re bnTeatthe Chica o White ox. 2-i YESTERDAYS RESULTS b meeting u for the purpose Tlors tworun double wit h e diidends ( )
Adcock collected twosin and Fred Hatfd drove n four i e000 180 x-9 11 h of frmiIg t ad s tw o n the last won 14 2B t i o
double while Parkocoo- rumn In the nb htcap tho corn lete(ai o 1Game) Jacksonville's Braves,' odeter- n o wh'S 2.4.. 0 ". 30 00 10
a tR, rtit a tpe dandas single t0 the sweep with an1. Ml lrRichmnond 000 000 00- 4md tge c Js- oarm .80, 2A1.40 ler (S1o-) O
e thnOrD, ice, squeezed home b one-run .-min B All te
venhit performance Ad Washington and Howell. HR Nelson. LP
cock scored the winning run IS nSenators a 4"1,verdict Over the Thompson.hi -, i_,n_ o ACRO.._-RO, 2.40
the fourth nnng whole ticket hwhe 44n he ou- Philadelphia As In the other pieceAlberto Osoro, M apol, $ 2.
bledandtalliedon Johnny Lo"dAmerican League game. The win (Second Game, 7 Innings)AAA uAstnDub(yaC



,F, .,irs, Pize 9292 .,$ 44,00, 0.00 .A ., ,u.l-. i R al.
sawn: s in r. WA H W Sch tl'l c l' sev _th..to match Richmond 000 010 4- 510 1 CanAA merianAo rrid hotie early last week bam) $1


SmernoSeconr Prlfe 7933 lat Monrel 010 000 0-1 32 A .r having been placn the
home uno l~ea e 9-three years. Hem intzeman ad Johnon 'sals.bled U. l t Ainut wtMr the The Tnto Mapl Le
e-M s to their third straight over la ck Hsats-ss s.r nd tasNE WOMEN mAe 1-asai 340 2.0 2
the floundering Giants who now yB a 'H STAR o--Gene -- OsorSo NES bN botEere by I-TofIa Cblla .80I 5.na0to



































ha velos t se en gof |5S I "i I ST AR *- Gne* -NEW YORK3 Aug. 18 (..2 *. have o sven of eir l St Cne wh pt he the M5 (First Game r) There will be a meei at 7:30 curri lesson ore chntinn ng he a
S really L sm urvi wa .eein a i.toa IS mph Syracuse ls000 00 400-5 10 i August.e,6 at Dblo uoue will make his fraw York debue woan Toe on : (ch-D i a which sw ts overn 'nr,


sel toneht -ou Nicholasuo orthe eChiago Cbs.Rochester 00 000 010-1 6 4the selection of teams. We havetMay. Iele e H J
In th s n M nAppgto eriv t his opengFr we would like to fill so/ igh y SS a- ,



me and his th Williams and Lonnett. Markell, Istry to there. If you cannot tare, e
w T is re.r brink..L -a MarkS l. teins I h eIoS B t S atm11: bu ae Interest'. Pat ca ntleburyI s.. h Ipe, Am16 f F. awas t, "A























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.. o n .ApprB. .tisoaUS Derived From Sec-d Prize Tby the odds-makrr. Drefr The qualifyjo pB l bFer rtnrarl. pulled oat o._.er seed[ e.ated to h ar .
____|boxing savvy and punch Wer Plae thssonme alld lap with motor fallare. rrya bi te seven*anists seeea
H- Idood e in he h or ac s u d the rtahy at AA Texas League I onoa's A .
m-(Must ----o-L Brown-haired Dryer Gis 2 cardOAL OE Y BC _. ", r fire. -9._o aed two a.
P .a lt S B iS 3e leaguehsn firstaa e 300 000 100-2 0 S *

SThe Cleveland Indians, mean- Toronto 200 001 N r The fs me Met e onrme ue ye ad te
bib so na- -i Aeia .oI THs'-.-( Selling, km n fo mp
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to.-y y woe Apprletios oDerived Frh s 27o hoe 'a "1i 0 i is for the purpose toPr'st d by Ludle the $.80 f e 17 aa with the m
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n ift hto abo arde inthe I sdia thiiOh a starting date for the boding the opener, 6 to 5, for.MaxLA.aai$st tim, ma r ft ecaica wi h u e t





it ri irst RaffbergerHarris(andear. There are a few opnns00 nar.Stim ahaei.
andaLP Raffe nberger. HR Go -to be placed Ia the ague and In the second game,!Taylor do- 2--V all eari$7, 3.20t0. ls poho. fased t ia





CAI A tB outran gainedbig1116at.-can nIot!I make t.ip. .a entIng, livered thr ee Sing les for. two Second Double:(Frede t m
m_ ._win.and___Garcia___ please advise Bob Waggoner,_tele- R,'s to pace a 6 to 2 victory. Hewalfotllotedby w





Thirdwet grounds). Humberto Robinson, Jackson m ithteo.
heleague'sfirst20'_-v Cague, Was l-Atyq (a) $2.40.2.20

OFFICIAL List OF THE NATIONAL LERY OF BENEFICE NCE wi over.ontgomerouAu-.Quniea (Atys ()-Rata ldy UStt ar tingdaelo amewi ther ..

Numbers In the OrdinarY Drawing No. 1849, Sunday, August 15, 1954 r Md -Goyonder$6.4.40,r T
enO him1three times previounly. -D r -- 2-4 0ol w g a le l w g i h mt r ct- himntgime
The_.06 w o ticket has 44pie oes divided In two Serie NAN &"3'@tOf.22.pieces.each.u t che d Pr WY b e e-upeerSun $6t 8'.20. 20Folwinte t orueia wths ,utFane


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I te XB adri Ied wheim oebhs eitg Ia 3 and anot ineade to he aWisbt wain Forty-Feur Doears ("A) each.
e.W M t e nt o "44 ,teces which deomprie Oe wto series "A" and "B

Signed by $L"ERTp ALEMAN, Governor of the Proviqoe of Panama Cod. 47-12155
S. .'It9 Bmeprewmtative Of The Treasury RICARDO A. MRLENDEZ
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mia record his 29-15-3, Ine
lIg only seven knockouts.
was stopped six times. Dre
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kayoew, and much of his op
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S idea h an polt" of our. t hopped out of the Army Atlanti and Frt
man, 3h any event, 1outhworth stay- ArMto l ig It MaY repeated In t
door to h0m; S< nd Eddle Stanly and Alvl Saa Townerif ; 5 t
had wbeW iner w trade to the Quts. 'Moe h.a't bothered to et in lysare lckIn on the osa
1t6r. -eu T is e. Ieranwhle a Darrk shs 16r'tt heavywii g h t s. H aMg
*I db mati ipated in1 Lam 0Mi mi1^1 weigd i Wge 1 md0 when b a
it m is Is. 3manwhit DMIN -U*Gn 1t 6 66t --ti 9%aty aW1< *t goe MargaW
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to his xc would be 180 -or Mo ore orr m utIl
'3FY,4 i4 iyioammt those who eoudt r rn
t ws called to. do 1T5 for 't know
I Mo club owners 'O theurai ftha tw0 Oees Archie and weightakg. He 11. NM
the of wp.; to e- tJ ho .a1iMen ntl much weighed MW pounds he Ha C
courage tt eT to b .andyet wnw lab tartd tranl and it t oo
Cowerasp.rolm fte Tnmt toktt ee *010mo th 0 ta ft dokn to p_ |MC|J
fl 3r0a 111110'1 the 1 he L T4F.ty For MuslMan
uto0tn thlle field. r.o l e pounds off bl fram. that'
S t id nothing, and I ask you if i looked BA FANCISCO (N)
f 'J. ufdredf tl Ot the- ke the frame of a light-bavy- One wouldn't expect Arthur F7
Satw 5L and p. Ad Sit *be tbt re weght? Arcle's a heavyweight, le, who conducts the Boston Po
to Mn e o flt Mtbt nl d al- that's what he is. symoy Orehestra, to
p Wrtio ,.o7 hoA.- WA e "J a homay don't aut hang around a f l
bsBL PimlrIaJ5lt0. NWmtta11"t0Wy eni al- know that Joha Dundee used to camp.
a5 Is bebf Wia MaSni to It real d o. M lBA the conductor has been
at d lihritt l build- pro U .new r.Inlbd. brother Jimmy, told e that Jsm setaat spectator as Roekey Ca
Scow- Driwsol, the 'at nglidh feather, tellni gets ready r his crack
+ blew up to a, dhey had to Carlson's middleweight erOe
Speel that weight fft little here, Au .
V,. i "ley 9D Ce." griTh a lot to booing fi,
S. Aie Moore gets around the Is th stme In .muic," Feld
-P' country in a station wagon with told eioahed HIsteers. "I
Sled on the door: "Archie tro h sae motio
lr t toore re, Ine. a. s. nd body that a i
b,. B Louis RiSn ego, Toledo, New Set ien -e n asB
had on IN vaukS' Ra, MiamI." of rhythm a boxer engages in tk
S wrn &a4CLfj Omaha is to be added. is close to.me."
WOWarecnat aUTN: On a fot p, the
a aL who catche trac the bsh-r-ichard
-an w Richard Kemp Cops Soap Box

k b M w Derby And $5,000 Scholarship
'B .Vtt'BjBt disturbed I a_ 0
it.. as of enroa "L. co S 1 AKON0 Aug. le (UP) One-bundred-flfty-on b oj
SCr- "Bro tW w Richard .0 p h Lor wa all the ma
st unearned-run avW- a w 4 B os Derby yestAy a
age ler h lad bb et n oi*eeu enjo Ms eced ethe s-fu study engn
to thattme. alRd TO Ht-Wg bill at Derby downsg a* d Vaeaft
S.t HEath blW mea r a- he graduate from high asch
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with its sweet and pungent aroma,
mix it wit, some golden flakes
of. pure Viri~ Ia-tobacco,
then ada ofte cured Kentucky
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Pleasing ad pleasant.

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SRABAT, Morocco, Aug. 16 (UP)
The nearly perfect calm in this
doubled French protectorate enter
S Its fifth day today while French
toops searched systematically for
terrorlsts.
SSome 2,0o0 soldiers, Including
isur Foreign Legion battllonis,
eembed the Medina (native quar-
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Lete in the afternoon Gen. Ray- 0
ond Duval, high commander of -
W Moroccan troops, rode through
n Marrow streets on horseback throuPANOIM, oa, Aug. 16 (UP)- Thirteen marchers entered an
Sinspect the job the Legionn- Self-styled "liberators" of this old fort on the extreme northern
SIns and Republican Guards had Portuguese colony In India cool- point of Goa and a party of
r and Republican Guards had ed their marching heels In jail police arrested them.
*rench officials said the popular. cells today. Their campaign to Another 13 crossed at Torexan
Trentook the search with good anex Ooa to India wa& a comic on the northern frontier and
lce and even courtesy. Authori- flop. quickly were stopped b polle.L
ice ad theven courses of thie ac Throughout last week leaders Nineteen were taken Into cus-
Sslowed them to suddeness of the ac of the "liberation" movement tody in southern Oa. wmahl
Allowed tem to collerrorist rederct most advertised that thousands of groups of demonstrators wer
e terrorist ringles continue marchers would enter the tiny picked up in several towns.
or the sudden calm in Morocco colony on Sunday but less than Altogether, 56 were arrested
p prelude a new storm. 100 crossed the border when the Fewer than 50 "volunt65e"
time came. marched into this 400-year old
iprce Oaild the Arabs have Cusotma authorities and police colony the size of Rhode Is-
e. ordered by their leaders arrested the intruders before land, rather than the theu-
at to press their demands while they could reach the first line of sands supposed to have come.
aonee is entangled in the Eu- defense, positions set up five miles Police and customs men
%ean Army controversy which from the border y steel-helmet- wounded them up w le steel-
j- absorbed almost aU the ed troops. helmeted troops wated unhed-
ahi government's attention India Itself acted to preventt ed In the rear lines.
past wek. bloodshed by. haltin .about The inner ring of Portuguese
SI 1,200 unarmed liberatorr troops stood unsummoned In
oar there may be more violence near the frontier of Daiman this colony where St. Francis


the first anniversary of
's deposal of Moroccan Sul-
SMI Moh jammed Ben Youssef.
she Arabs have demanded that
i6 Youssef returned from exile
Madagascar to replace r'o-
h Sultan Sidi Mohammed
a Moulay Araft. .

F Season's

inng Saucers
19 Technicolor
,w,ltse d Aug. 16

a on
Btny changedgcolon"
ered or is city.
rept aasaid the qabject
was observed the afternoon
O "clearly had the shape
Its broad rim, which
t 1 feet In diameter
gaMtay changed color," one of
040 brtA. wr Den by, a Swiss
'force lieutenant said. "It be.
e silvery, then pink, then a
t blue."
ry authorities in Berne
Srmed they had received this
taler reports. on the flying

ilitory Services
morrow Morning
kSgt. McGuire
Utry servioes will be held
riveslde In Corozal Ceme-
10 a.m. tomorrow for Earl
K ure, retired U.S. Army
ht, who died last Wednes-
ot -orgas Hospital.
L MeOuire wea a native of
mand had recently been a
of Ghorrera. He had
patlenb at Gorgas Hos-
tor about a month before

.Queen Bee-
maAm 1, N.., Aur. 16
ervaeoom 17-year-
v N..T, labm s the
',I ,Producers, but
abhot the ez-
er Ipowers.
if r jys"e KnUebardt
win d naturday, she

Wn't Easy
|i et In aoil
0-1N, 0. (UP) George
E O was sentenced to Jail
days on a driving-while-
count, and, following
11 "1day at the jail and asked
wouldn't let him in.
In rd oa Kisell thumbed
commitments orders
R i find no mention oft en.


sted that the wooablbe
Sbomrne.
wsona, who is a eea.
d parttim chr
hiow ed leto
Swas not to be stopd.
Shad bs lot f tISo


*M dmof ate
Il let hma is
itbe hour is
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ano her rortugnee colony RoN Xavier brought Christianity to l '..JM-
miles north of Goa. the East, and where his em- 0 a=grn
Socialist leader Ishvarlal De- balmed body still lies.
sal, head of the Daman "libea- The nineteen youths who
tors, directed a plea ,to Indian crossed the southern border
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh- walked five or six miles before
ru to be permitted to resume they were stopped and searched. NWPMAP LOCATES GOA Portugese area in India Into
their march. .The authorities turned a bus which Goan Nationalist volunteers planned to march Sunday
Earlier in the day, which was over to them, and told them to exhort Goan citizens "to declare themselves tree from
India's Independence Day, Neh- they could go anywhere in Go0. Portuguese rule.
ru said in a speech that Ooa
would be a test for All nations a L
"o wac on arh s itlalans Clai Ger ma n Labor Unr es
"No power on earth ca atopll
today ien human tide of per
In all dependent or semir-dep -I
nd d edl n sanmdio. o110Viknitimperlls Enters Crucial Stage
7i u aton a Triesle Agreement
S, (U R FRANKFU Oer A enerl ri
or," tt i ai 16 UP) West ermany's Ot will ethr
abandon te precept of non- ara t o of osalaa visit serious postwar wave of labor havoc with eat anyM f
violence adveated aI d Iin ed Yugoalav-held Zone B of the unrest entered the crucial stage vrable worldtion.
tield b, Mohaed a Gandh. Trieste tritory yesterday and today on a note of guarded op-
The pr minister also claim. Italian sources n Rome aid the timlsm.
ed agn that Portugal's think- visitma jeopardize Trieste a- to d settlement
on colonialism was 400 years breed inltMajh w amenV
territory In seven years. economy of t ebederal serve Serie
The broadcast merely said republic ered by tart A lNay.
al Msaid Tto on that "President Tto paida brief massive Public service andf 200 eat P n
visit to Capodlstria (the capitalT ran s p o r t Workers Uno rn
of Zone B today." It did not give (DETV) begins a poll of its 20,- KUeim inIVuntary f
further details or any reason for 000 members to see how theyw WABHINTONAug
(In Rome, the Italian radio increase offered by managemen s- A special NaY= board propo-I
nme~~$a pf. -- Vinearm said Tit on ,, visited the waters In Munich, leaders of 230.000 ed today that President e s- a
1PVEP WSVart of Zone B, but did not land. It metalworkers sit down with rep- hewer launch a nationwide cam- g
LYON. France, Aug. 16 (UP) said he received Zone B officials resentatives of the 600-firm As- paign to bolster the Naval re- a
ON France. Aug. 16 (P) oard his yacht off Capodis- sociation of Bavarian Metal In- serve program but Insisted re- s
- Freak storms, accompanied by trial) tries to discuss a state-proposed serve service remain voluntary.
er inds, ha n a ten-year- Italian ources when told to compromise settlement. Both The Naval

eld three l b Brn expected t Rome will ietweeato forceserve evaluation
ad deaths In France over had been in Zone B said that side were reported xiu toboard, headed by Vice Adm. Fe-h



tidled by lih .Afa house v o C apthesoprces wer ra s anotr But it flatly opposed putting S
e r and uouted this is a very serious move by settle te he vience-tnged strike lix Johns
damage to crops and property Marshal Tireto. t will cus cn- which enter Its demand weekfrom that Mresent voluntary syommend-
reports from around the nation sderable anno o Sullivr oan imt na re t ad



indicated.p i fuerane ad bM ot e en t I p erIfe nl onhe ud c drive to stimulate recruiting and r
"iaed.i the vines at fulree tr ian hr If bic service union me- public support for th e Nmtary re
A farmer in n, a ten-year- in este at time." bars rej ect the 1.42 cents abo but Te ar n o
old sa chsool b e Mont Brlson t is expected that Rome will crease Bonn the week- hasng nation- ecretary Charles Thoma
and a dlthd r In Lyon w*re tale a serious views of Trio's wide e union leaders t flatly opposed t
kil t ledt i bf e visit to Capodistria," the soVrces were ready tostart another ay resece o atcin-
th central Frane bureau. other hosaid"which mtal poleopardize the round of negotatioots for theo joNavyresere serve on s pcoh-
Peound after bein struck. Trieste agreement." full 2.4 cents hourly increase pulsorm batis. It vuid a swiratoh
scity was aImed by hail- tlsf astetem would "Inevitably destroy fn
bIkeoese talks fai, a strike v Its fundamental strength." f
stones amlargeaseg which Maureen O'Sullivan and a crippingwalkout IIsfut alngth
broke ear windows, tored down school teacher#, bus drivers, gar- Compulsory service, after acti-
imphortntevneya eredsintheUnder Treatment bage colors, and other pub- ye du hitches, has been pro-
rant vineyards In the lic worker In towns and cities posed by the Defense Deparwt-
of vines at For Strep Throat of West Germany Was deemed meant for all the military forces
Certain, and approved in principle by the
Saint Berlin are reported de- HOLLYWOOD, Calif., 16. (UP) But independent observers National Security Council. 7U
stroyed. One-third of the vine Actress Maureen O'Sullivan. thought It likely the OETV rank administrations expectednto a*
crop w0a.ruined in the BauJolals wife of film director John Far- and file would vote to accept the for Congressional approval next
towns of Lentilly, Regnie and row and mother of seven chil- offered Increase, whichin rough- yew aA
Broullly. dren, underwent treatment for aly the same as that wbn by the
Wild life authorities feared 1 strep throat today at Cedars of Hambur locals in a short but The four-man board submit-
that the hall storms some of I Lebanon Hospital. severe stike two weeks ago. ted 81 recommendations to Navy
the st;pinssweighed almost half The actress entered the hos-lThe Bonn regime has indirect- Secretary Charles B. Thomas do-
ILoud may ',have caused ,itn Saturday as her nine-year-11v sided with management in signed to break down the "conid-
'etious damage to wild life in'oald daughter. m Z ia, left an- the dispute. It has warned that a derable resistance" by veterans
thecentral France area. 'other hospital's polio ward. round of wage boosts will mean to Join the reserves. p
It listed as essential an "In.r
tensive public information cam-
palgn" on the importance of re- t]
serve service and the legal obli-
gations of veterans to put in
such duty.

7-Year-Old Hur
Shlmby WD n Hiten ,
By Car On CaRoad ,
The driver of a car whichab
injuries yesterday on Madd
Road, was exonerated of blamuw
following a Canal Zone Pollee"
The man who was cleared was 1
Marvin J. Benton, civil eugier
ta, a sman-ye-elda Paa
nun boy who, it was


ela "t en Nd
w1jury Infor ssaanal
M~Mz_ Standing(Mmto :oient occurred a14
,; Mne .m m '. 1112, d Thomas lbsed. efat inda nts wer p.m.woeMa-ddenRoa R a s am
Party n ah& aW d erawoM.n Chillbre Moa
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MOTO MIaACES (Ton) ti
off the ,Plana yesterday a
race w r. 15 p. boat not a
left Below are sen the v
Alv raO.T. Victor S&al. A. 8A
rillo ad Oht 6n Mufloz after


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Residents of Pedro 9dtoel.and
Paraio *ere treated T fre
weather yesterday when 'tro"
.aindrops," about %-inch t& d
ell between 3:30 and.4 p...
The short hailstorma, a
n the tropics, was repo d a .
ome inhabitants of IeLxI6
uel'to have produced dropa
Ide of a quarter, but no. da-
ge wa caused. ,
The Panama Canal's 'Offf U.P
am had our prevtoi
corded. In 190, 1012. 166
952. The last one w3s at
rera.
A hailstorm occur dun a
hunderstorm when thqre a.
dafts from the AM bel&
ailing down,a #iS ed up
hfbfreein one atabot15
eet, and e falls down
rosen raindrops.




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