The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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
lcc - Newspaper
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M Me opening of both elemen:-
anrtd se condary United
tate schools ot The Canal Zone
the comi mhool year has
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The following" memorandum
from the Schod .officials gives
rdats for regtgtlon of stu-
and various other infor-
mation of a general nature con-
corning the new school term:
"The Canal Zone elementary
and secondary Unlted States
schools will opeif Thursday
morning, Sept. 9, 1954.
"All students In Junior and
senior high school, and pupils
for grades 1-6 who were enrolled
In Cn&al Zone schtqi last year,
spud report at thor Asectlve
oo at 9 aSm.
"Pupls in grade 1-9 will be
dismissed for the remainder of
the day as soon as they have
completed their registrations.
"Pupils in junior and senior
high schools will be dismissed
at 11:48 anm. for the remainder
of the day.
Kindergarten children at Bal-
boa. Diablo Heilghp. Ft. Kobbe.
and North MaLgjma whose last
aazts begin wh he letters A
to M will enroll the morning
of Sept. 9 th~hose last
names begin wl he letters N
t4 E will enroll Hk afternoon

US Treaty Counterproposals

Not Fully Satbsfatory To Panma#

Will-informed sources said today Panamet% treaty
negotiators will return to Washington as soon as oasible
to resume the negotiations.
The opinion that the U. 8. counterproposals do not
fully satisfy Panamanian aspirations was the main rea-
son given by these sources, which said there were several
points' still to be cleared up.
President Remon is scheduled to meet with the nego-
tiators, who returned lst night from Washingtoul, and
with the advisors to receive and weigh the report' brought
back by Octavio Fabrega, Carlos Sucre and Ambassador
Roberto Heurtemptte.
The three negotiators have Indicated that several
Panamanian proposals have been thoroughly discussed,
but that there was still much to be done.
It is understood that as soon as they receive instruc-
tions from the President regarding those points on which
the U. S. has made known its point of view and on those
points which Panama feels the U. S. has not been suf-
ficiently specific, the negotiators will return to Washing-
ton in search of a clarification of these Issues.
No date has been set for the return of' the Panama.

nian negotiators to Washington, but it Is estimated
they will return before the end of next month.


Albrook Plane

Seeks Missing

Colon Vessel

An Albrook air search was on
today for a small boat with three
men aboard which Is MX da18
overdue at the Grand WVan
Island off Cuba.

The owner of the SA-feet
vessel, Dr. William B. Smth of
the Colon Hospital this mo. -
Ing declined to lge eMt any
information as to why his boat
was en route to Grand Cayman.
Aibrook reported that an Al-
batross of the 26th Air Rescue
Squadron wma Marehing fnr the
second day today for the manll
craft" which wau last reported
near Old Providence Island on
Aug. 23.
Today the search craft is
checking on a commercial air-
line's report that a small boat
was spotted adrift near Swon
Island. Yesterday the Albatross
searched the area between Old
Providence and Grand Cayman
Islands, without result" and
landed at Jamaica. This morn-
ing, the amphibian took off
from Kingston. at 5:15 to con-
tinue the search.
According to Information re-
ceived at Albrook, one of the
passengers on the missing boat
wa Capt. James Ebanks. The
other two are both named 3Ml-
ler, but no first names were
given jlven. All are Grand Cqy-
man Islianders.
The request for a rescue mis-
slop was made by Dr. Smith
through the American Embassy
In Panama.


PanCanal Resumes

Control As




The Hotel Was hion on the Atlantic Side of the
isthmus will remain oa under Panamd Canal Company
operation following term tion of the Inversiones-'Mott,
S.A., lease at midnight tonight, it was announced today it
Balboa Heights,.
The public relations office of the Presidencia issued
the following communique today.
"Representations made by the Panam6 government
to Canal Zone authorities have brought about a mutual
agreement for the doors of the Washington Hotel, to re.
main open for the convenience for the country and above
all for the tourist trade on the Atlantic sector.
"Expressing its concern over the matter and the fu*
ture effect it would have on 'Front Porch of the Repub.
lic,' President Rem6n has declared that this agreement
typifies the close cooperation which exists between tih
Canal Zone administration and the Republic of.Panamd,
especially concerning economic aid which is of benefit of
our country.
"President Rem6n added the decision should give
great sOtisfaction to all Colonites and to th. rest the
Republic, and the Governor Seybold not onl
in an understanding na ,.t

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w t-I,.- ,,U p, 41 e. '
debate Ilnft mhild o nd wil be admitted to
an 17,J, kindergarten who will n o t be
boaea evacuates l*{a 1f .1
Ifivewyears of age on or before
ed. blan rs from its lifelnbrdgea- V 5. N.w-owll be ad-
d'ywe-athe Inland Watetrrjto if* 1?54. No child
dowid marinlad. The Coast Guard albeS beoarsoage on or before
WlSwaysr ahbreeches buoy, li Dec. gI10.Parentshuld pre-
pollee M- tandl ,ets as the partly sent birth certificates."
Nsa pe S merged idge weakened and the There will be advanced regis-
aias be roadse o __ o. tration of kindergarten children
At Air2F n1P NatiOnl Red Cross another children ding
no-eed ft was sedOidngy S di. grades 1 to 6 for the first time
teseaBrit to the North Caroli- n the Canal Zone at Cocoli on
o urnieade area. ThQrpecialts Thursday. Sept. 2.
us s'age" headed by Max Rote, .- parents of children ass.. .e
,ant ntihal detor of Red Cr to the Cco chool should ll
daII P ter S ti with their children at the office
T i Th ds off--' : .s Iea of the principal and present
A n cons tant on bea between f it birth certiflcaes and creden-
atoll -enuwl who s. _.J _Ja .ti Uals from schools previously at-
a trip thr tn Ameri as e e tended.
i ente r wa l arrive, in Tides flooded Stnoa at Luna .
Panat ht for a one-da rhtvll-e Beach, and a- Marie Won't Go
visit. loo several apartme a ts, .
e is bit BaSoon who Mountainous waves patl week. Back To Convent;
o r tor at- ed pers at Eure Beae i ming o e
Energy gagretarOf ten Beach and at Ft. n FIthe. rn
Defense mnf south of here. 0
te onm try lus en do mttts Spore of ats which had not CORBLL, Ont., Aug. 31 (UP)
to the Ato ney Com been secured n time broke their-Quintuplet Marie Done has
aon. lW anes and bobbed like corks n the decided to go to college this fal
Nw f rom these r. and will not return to the ciols-
ato still a c l- actk w, Raleigh iansr- tered convent of the sisters of
ield and a pM- ance man, reported his car was The Blessed Sacrament at Que-
om for peaeful use' on the causeway connecting Surf She and Annette will enter the
Sntly att- y, Topsail Island, from the College Marguerite-Bourgeoys in
tended s atomic mnland. Montreal, a convent providing
eery i as held Bra, Th water on the sound i d e education at unversty leave
and whWie i ao Paulo dedl- ( side) looked lik the ocean Yvonne and Cecile also will go to
aated a wRt iano ed had reached Montreal to train as nures at
I tat to some cottagert woors," he report- the Horad pital Notre Dame at Vile
i.o (Cfamd f FIe ag CL. 8 0t Laurent.
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Bus D r Fined. iGreen Troop Name Band
WASH21TON, Aug. 31 -(UP) WASHINGTON, Aug. U1 -(Up)
Jail-d Army anCin o uned today that -The Navy, which restoW the
jOailed ns|I Rat inn wil start woarond their traditional sword to Its aoicers,
gr Sgen> u s in SopteaiBer, now is thinking aboat jutting
On S kr Roa d SL e Sname of a sailor's ship on his
Zwea then the softrial change- hat band.

la thra another
a the wm
and sontmaee spend ten damp
In jail oi en e of reeklts
The Pa mntan defedsata
who hau a t of Oraffte
convitlona -s Caal Zone

gf rol proo yI
oeeded te or the other sbw
offR the M d rammed Into
Tb a ePurud at 1I
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evar wZ at bo ebaiplate, leav-
nthe Amy tired in different The objective would be to bol-
SiA atr svd years. The Ar- ster morale by increases ings
My sa wl t pba be the man's sense of identifleation with
ol the preset wearing his unit."
of thep eifed uifor
is e ed eompietely. Before WaS War II, the name
Slarmo about Sept. 1, 1056 of the sailor's ship customarily
eah wl be issued e W rinte4 I go letters on the
the new grn teams and oea e n ue, flat-top eat.
ctel 4ee drab. After that the
an ,alm will be authoribed The ape band was dropped
Mi w escm et In l during the war for security and
Ie Amy mid it w iy procureant reasons and has nev-
balaube & r been restored.
0 11" atwo am W O t.r gr out The diselosre that h Nas
MOW. nst w ma pcut the ame btad ba.k
wil be was ase by Ada. Robset IL. Car.
peraf sT= 110^a1l. Ba d" al epdriebsp inf
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CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS are turned ever to President
Rem6n by chief treaty negotiator Dr. Octavio FAbrega, while
Ambassador Roberto Heurtematte looks on. Fabrega, Heurte-
matte and Carlos Suere returned from Washington last night.

US, Britain Seek Way

To Rearm West Germans
LONDON, Aug. 31 (UP)--The was a major, unearned victory
United States and Britain opened for the Communists.
urgent European defense consulta- The end of ROC means the U-
tions today, worried over the sud- united States and the West must
den possibility that Germany find an alternative plan for rearm-
may cause a new hitch by de. Ing West Germany even though
manding more than the limited Allied diplomats have insisted tMlat
sovereignty offered by the Allies. EDC was really the best possible
Britain was leaning toward in- scheme.
eluding Germany in the North at- It means that the United d
lantic Treaty Organization (NA. States must gradually cut off
TO) France was believed plump- the flow of military a i d to
ing for a little European NATO France under the terms of a,
with both British and German Congressional act barring delfv-
membership. The United States cries if EDC were not approved.
still was on the sidelines. It means this country will reas-
But the first job was to grant sess its troop commitments to
West Germany her promised over. Europe since its pledge to main-
eignty. And both American a n d tain "its fair share" in the area
British officials here were concern- hinged on approval of EDC.
ed that a new hitch would develop Meanwhile French Pr e m i e r
there. Pierre Mendes-France sought to-
day to cpnvice his dismayed Al-
The wheels already were rol-. lies that France had not abandon-
Hmg to give West Germany back ed the Western alliance in killing
the limited sovereignty offered EDC.
her two years ago when she Mendes-France drove to his
salgned te EuroPean Defense country hideout at Marly late last
Community (ED P) pact t h a.t night after a bitterly-divided Na-
Franee last night refused to rat- tonal Assembly voted 319 to 264
S ato end debate on EDC as a aib-
But both British and American ject unworthy of further notice.
officials here warned'seriously that "it is in the Atlantic frame.
Germany ray not be so eager to work that new solutions should bb
accept now what she was two studied," Meandes-France said in
years ago. She may not be wil- a declaration issued from h s
ling to accept the same limita- hideout. "And this time we will
tions on either her sovereignty or not waste three years."
her rearmament. Three years ago France pro.
Officials comraeted privately, posed the EDC setup and signed
that France shbld have consid- the treaty in 1952 but delayed tak-
ered this deeply before rejecting ing action later for two reasons:
EDC. 1 -EDC would rearm 500,W
Openly disappointed at the West Germans, in an integrated,
Franch decision, President El-. European Army and permit them
seahower said "there b s dis- to be stationed in all six nations
guising the fact" that It was a of the pact-France, Italy, Ger-
"serIUs setback" for the West. many, The Netherlands, Belgium
The United states I PlYs and Luxembourg. Mendes-France
dismayed, he saMid, bt "snet tried desperately at Brussels two
qait" its free world leadership. weeks age to confine the Germans
Secretary of State John Foster to their own soil.
Dnlles planned to issue a formal 2 -EDC would have set up- p
statement before leaving for Ma- federated states of europe and
nilato it to forge a Sou as France feared she would lows tr
Asian defense oramZattn w sovereignty if se joined a unsd
Britain and six other nations. of that nature.
He definitely is not happy. E- MendeslPrances state a t
ven though it came atno r- I 2a assaM what sererrs be-.
pne, the death of EDC knocked eved was ls e M tr e
he prop from under t of the aore rraid t a w
mi abs ndorani d al America s

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SrIng Ott. 20
The Air Forge will be paid
twice a month beginning Oct.
20, it wau learned today.
The new twice-a-month pay-
days will be on the fifth and
20h of each month and will go
into effect for all Air Force
According to a message re-
ceived from Secretary of the Air
Voice Harold E. albott, paying
twic a month wlt:
(1) Tend to redce the re-
cessity for many airmen to seek
small personal loans.
(2) Help improve recruitment
and reenlstment rates,
(3) Stabilie sales for business-
men near Air Force bases.
The plan will bring the Air
Force in line with the twice a
month pay policy used in in-
dustry and civil service.
The new arrangement applies
to all airmen but will be op-
tional for officers,. very six
month individual officers will
be given an .opportunity -to
choose between the monthly or
bi-weekly pay periods.
It was understood that orior
to adopting the semi-monthly
pay plan a field survey showed
72 percent of all airmen favored
the double payday.

An American seaunan has been
summarily removed from his
ship and held here for question-
ing: but the reason for his de-
tention remains something of a
mystery today. He will be repa-
triated to the United States to-
The deportee. Donald D.
Frantz, who was working on the
United Fruit Co. ship Quisqueya
as a wiper, was detained at the
request of the District Attorney,
a Canal spokesman said today,
but after questioning by the DA%
was released.
The District Attorney, how-
ever, said the reason Frantz was
taken off the ship was he alleg-
edly had a "confidential docu-
ment" In his possession; but the
DA referred further-queries to
Naval Intelligence.
A spokesman for the Nvw had
tids o say: "Frants was ound
to have In his possession a clas-
sified Naval document which
was no longer accurate. The pos-
session of this document by the

Church Council Calls For

Abolition Of A-Weapons

EVANSTON, 111, Aug. 31 (.UP) national Inspection and control,
-The World Council of Churches together with te drati reduction
today called for abolition of nu- of all other armaments."
clear weapons under s system of The resolution also asked, "the
international inspection and con- certain assurance that no euntry
trol, and a "drastic reduction" in will engage in or support aggres-
all ether armaments. sive or subversive acts in other
At he same time the VCC ask- countries."
ed rches around the globe to Broadening the base of its de-,
observe a week of prayer in Jan- mands, the resolution urged na-
uary or church unity. tions of the East and- West to
TheattioMn came as delegates 'continue to speak to one snoth-
r7rsesunng 161 faiths in 48 coun- er, to avoid rancor and malice.
t prepared to issue a "mes- and to look for ways by which
same" to Christianity summing up fear and suspicion may be remov.
delberations of their second world ed."
assembly here. The assembly accepted provi-
The message, a subject of much siosally a committee report which
dispute among delegates. was ex- dealt with "our oneness in Christ
pected to proclaim Jesus Christ and our disunity as churches."
as the only hope of reuniting a A portion of the report called
divided world. for a week of prayer January 18-
The statement also deals with 25. or some other period suitable
church unity as represented b y to local conditions, "as a public
the World Council. Earlier the testimony to prayer as the road
Eastern Orthodox Church mem- to unity. '
hers ded a note of disunity by The problem of unity was un-
delrlag the WCC's concept of derseored Sunday nit when
filSMai unity is "entirely unac- Arebbishop Michael of New York,
-B, speaking for the O*thnodn eharh-
asse adopted a resolu- es, warned that these f"iths would
lgip esllu for bition of all aeceptego* "Ws eir do thebae*
we ma destruction, f te total e S of
Sm. c and hrogn ear dly iM dlMl
wt. praun dor in s- btracMtt r r t

seaman would iB no way I- o ".
pardie the safety of the pin
ama Canal."
A United Fruit Co. spo iIsma "
said he had no Informsaten .
the subject. .

None of the spokesmen.woud4
say what this "no longer ac-
curate" document wtas.
The seaman was detaied as
excludable under ageeuttve Or-
der 10226 of Match 27,, 1IsteS
tion 15.1-: of the rle and re
ulations governing 'the navw g
tion of the Panama Canal
adjacent waters.
The Qulsqueya was en route
to the West nCoast and tra e
the Canal Friday.

Child Pianist

Jo RoberMIa

Plays TorMOw
Child pianist Jan RebertaO
scheduled to arrive tO m1.t
maica aboard a ELM ple ne
morrow mrn for a
performance at Ct r untr
Theatre tomorrowA night ,
JOB's local p'rformamc,V.wI
is under the sponoria llI
Windsor Club.wlt=;ii -
terpretatlons of p la e i
by some of the world's gt
composers -
Word received here b the
club Indieate that the ten-leew
old Jamahean-tar -hmd -.
United States a tw years ,.a,
will play

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are ovwr three million of these vet-
erans so far, and one in five has
,axea benefits.
Veterans' Administration offici-
als estimate that the program will
c9st about $500,000,000 a year. This
Money will go to G. I.'s who have
been op active' duty anywhere in
the world after June 27, 1950, when
Korean hostilities began. What the
total cost will be can't be esti-
mated, as it is uncertain how long
the declared emergency will last.
In the closing days of Congress,
several representatives took time
out to complain about overcrowd-
ing in the House dining room of
the Capitol.
"It is embarrassing when we

--WA- ,SHi.,TON (NBA) --.The
IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN mix-up over Senate confirmati
of Trevor Gardser as assistaatk
f Search and development had sev.
eral unusual angles. Around Wash.
H E M A I ington he is known as an out.
spoken believer in preventive war,
"""" a policy which President R sen.
the Mail Boa is on open forum rt readers of The Panme a ster- shower nas repudiated.
ales. Lrcrs are received graeteully and are handled ia a wholly csea f Mr. Gardner I pan exceedi y
1 m s. -ma -brilliant young Mazi, ust tuted
It youe a4 uhlto a letter don't be Imantis~t it It doesn't appears the 39, who Was born h
ss day. Lattausan published i the arde' receives. Wales. During ,the war he wO4 *J
Pas f try te keep thletters limited to one pso llength. on the atomic bomb pro tw
gdeaf et terwrie rs bold in strictest confidence. J. Robert Oppenheimer and was
ThIssea wpei e assumes no responsiblit ta ot datoemeionts as opllm awarded a presidential citation
Tin epper s umf no mbMast soand the Navy ordnance medal.
pressed in iettes from res After the war he became vice
o president of General T'r of' Call-
INDIANS AND SHIPPING COMPANIES rnia an president ofle on fMg
Co. Since April, 1953, he has been
SIserving in the Pentagon as a r
r: e ,cial assistant for research and da
Mr. G.A.0 .--Get Americans (US. Americans that Is); Out-- development.
In his report on t. Panama Canal insi, that to oper$te the He was in the line for one of the
Canl at a profi rt, the U.S. citizens in the crafts should be re- ew assistant secretryshi and
placed with local raters and thatnthe employes do not pay a had been favorstly ore dby,
large enough portion of the Canal expenseser tee. But at the last minute, t
Being a lowly craftsman. I resent a sharp pencil p put- before his confirmation was aot
tin himself up as the final authoity on what Is rightin theito through, Sen. William F.
eration and management of an engineering operation such kinoand of California request o ted
as PanCanal-where did this man acquire the knowledge and .atitbe sent backt committee
experience that would permit him to even dare suggest that he Ifor further consideration.
las right and everyone else is wrong-so smart that he did not Sen. Matthew M. Neely (D., W.
even read the B. A. Hamliton report How conceited can a man = Va) rose in one of the cloin
et. sessions of Congress to deliver his
In closing let me suggest the Administration in Washtone annual lecture against his col
save more money by contracting the Get Americans Out, (O.A.0) usual he got carried away by h.A
business to a local firm which will not require such large salaries, own verbosity.
per diem and all the fringe benefits. Neely told the story of the min
., aster who cried, "Fires Firel"
Let's carry the thing to its lomict! concluion-give the whole when he noticed a couplee of male
thing back to the Indians. If the Indlia. on't want it give it members of h is congregation
to the shipping companies as it appears they have everyone, sleeping. The awakened worship-
politically, on their side. era jumped up and asked, "Whats
burning?" To which the minister
-Who cares. rolled: "Hell! Where all sinaers
. .-.- -. will go who sleep while I am
preaching the gospel for the pur-
S........ pose of saving their immortal
SAnswer to Previous Pquie souls."
S Mai and Boy At this point Neely observed
LE that, "Of course, no senator will
Sgo to the place of fire and brinm
ACROSS 55 Diminutive of 1 i stone mentioned for failing to lis.
STheodore ten to my speech But they migh
1 th 58 Gaelic S thereby condone the crime of pick.
Baptist DOWN ing Uncle Sam's pockets for mon-
SPresidential W I Jokes ey with which to compensate
nickname Joi 2 Es e oolei windbags for talking reticent sena.
8 Masculine ster o oeic tors to death."
appellation acid T Getting more specific, Neely
-12 Pen name of 3 Obstruct u r said, "There are four members of
Charles Lamb Masculine this body-two on either side of
3 Legal point ni. ckname the aisle-the printing of whose
14Hodgepoge Press 23Forcible 38 Carriage oratory, verbosity and insertaions
SDitchedg 6 Duke of 25 Coal diggers 40 Intelligence in the Record during the present
15 Ca..dinh 7 Royal Italian 27 Facility 43 Gait of a session of Congress has cost the
6 Canadiann family name 28 Plant part horse taxpayers more than $25,000."
ia he. 8 Heart 33 Woad 44 Was borne eely said these senators would
7 I ee 9 Visigoth king 34 Respect 45 Inspired with be as completely unidentified as
18 al ..fid 10 Chinky 36 Church reverential the one-eyed colored man in the
19Pe etrate 1 Falls to win festival fear poker game who had won more
1I sh g s 19 Perfumes 37 Sleeping 48 Bustle than his share. One of the losers
SPaFI ."s 20 Speed visions 50 Pronoun turned to him and said:
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cents, the carton at the. cut-rates, and a buck
even elsewhere.
There was bonded bourbon called Green River
at a maleprice of $1.69 per full quart, and you
could go ligh-toned on Scotch at $2.89. When
you -wer exceedingly poor on a make-up week,
a ha l-gallon of wine cost 50 cents.
There was a one-armed joint named Thomp-
sop's next to the Evening Star, which bought my
body for $12 a week, with the brain thrown in
as bak~Uhesh.
Thompson's gave a hungry embryo capitalist
a mound of baked beans, two hot dogs as big as
cucumbers, two slabs of bread, a hillock of cole-
slaw, a anowdrift of mashed potatoes, a piece of
pie, a liver of butter, and coffee-and-creaM for
two bit, No tip. You bought a ticket and they
punched It. They also had fine cookie. Big as
manhole covers, and two for a nickel.
Twice. a week, when I ate big I went to LU-
vera's, around the corner from the Dally News,
to which I came for a pay-raise 46 15 ar week
for the same body, brain Included.
Sixty cents was what Liver's charged youA
and for this ou got anasrt anpato, a
plate of goat cheese, iteii -own ern
crock of vegetable saup,cal.eU
abwi of three doen adultl
in butter, a salad as bi a whl.
Italian creamcake soaked In rum.
There was a pint of wine and all the bread
you could eat with it, and they didn't count the
A 10-cent tip to. Angelo got you a beam, andi
the beam didn't diminish if you made the .580
cents come out even. Also, your cuff Wias ,good,
if you didn't have any money at all.
When Livera's got entranced with the high
cost of living, and raised the price to 75 cents,
they got out of my class, because on 15 bucks a
week I could only afford it once a week.
That is when I met a dame who lived in Chevy
Chase and whose family owned an icebox. I Just
celebrated 16 years of matrimony with this dame
and sometimes I think the whole thing would
have been cheaper if I had kept on eating, at
Livera's, even at 75 cents for the full meal.


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have people come ro out of town Chicago Confidential: This is the not so. While these words were "You used to look so pasty but
and we trto tak thm into the lowdown on the recent Windy City being typed Tony (The Enforcer) now you're so tan/' to which Dave
restaUrans ad they are actually gang killings: (I held it up to give Accardo and Paul (The Waiter) replied, "I took a good pasting and
trampled on," commented, Mrs. the other columnists time to print Ricca strolled arm-in-arm in front now I'm tanned, but good. Join the
Course Rogers (R. Mass.) the "think pieces" planted on the of Chicago's Federal Building, Army."
I* Rtep. Leo R. Alles R-., II.): by imaginalve press agents.) icking their teeth and gently ----
Sdo not know o a restaurant in -- burping after a hearty luncheon. Daily Worker Please Copy (If
the U. 8. thatwill put you at a There Is No Mob War: No in Regardless of what the fictioneers you're still in business): A contro-
table and then put strangers at the Chicago nor anywhere else in the say, Ricca is not trying to take versial atomic scientist (he's got
same table, were you cannot talk county and there hasn't been for over from Accardo, who is still no security clearance) was ap-
to your constituents who are seat- a long time. And get this through No. 1 in America's Operation Un- preached during his recent visit to
ed with you t b a your 'hat, no brash youngsters derworld. Just thought you'd ike the Virgin Islands by MVD agents
"The members of this body eat challenge the Grand Council of the to know from the guy who knows, who offered him any deal he want-
at tables which have- a polished Mafia. This is big business, well ed to seek "sanctuary" in the So-
wood top on which is p aced a organized. Reefered up punks don't Today's Baroda (pronounced viet. Figure it will be a great pub-
per nakin," said Re John J go around shooting up the direc- Bore-oda) item: While the Maha- licity stunt....A top-attorney for
ony (D., N. Y.. In the Senate, tors because it wouldn't do them rajah was looking over chorine the Immigration Dept. has been
he pointed out, the diners are any good even if they did. If Gioie Madelyn Ilsefelder, of the Copa- fired after a loyalty hearing. De-
served on linen tablecloths, fancy (the other victim was a nobody) cabana harem, she was looming veloped he was in the waterfront
dishes and silverware. was not knocked off for purely per- over his bank account. section of the party (where they
But thin Rep. Rooney concluded 'onal reasons such as welshing on smuggle in the spies.) ... Howard
this was just as well, as it dis- a gambling debt (a la Rothstein) America's Black Day: I turned Rushmore, the Journal-American's
plled the idea he and his col- or making a pass at the wrong gal down the bid to attend Maj. Gen. ace red-hunter, enjoying ulcers at
leagues were. eating fancy meals the best bet s he got it as political Kirke Lawton's final garrison re- St. Clare Hospital... You've getta
at cheap prices, subsidized by the insurance in a year when Cook view at Fort Monmouth, because read the current U S. ews &
taxpayers. County's infamous Kelly Nash- it would have broken my heart to World Report in which Cong. Dies
He P eeke... Arvey machine is fighting for its see this brave officer drummed calls Eleanor Roosevelt by the
He Peeked life. Charlie knew too much and he out of the Army he served so short and ugly word over her alibi
POsT A A was going to be subpoenaed by the faithfully for daring to exose for Joe Lash b nauseating White
ORTLND'.e"- U P A oppositlor in a grand stand play. Communists in the Signal Corps House p t), and documents it, too.
Portla b .inessman who was e keep his p zippered, but it P.adar labs (while other generals This magazine is always a must
peeking during an air raid test sure as hell wod lookbad, so he who knuckled under were pro- for all Americans.
claims he saw a plice officer di- had to be liquidated for the good moted), Aug. 28, 1954, will long be -
reet a woman into a truck zone of the party. remembered as a day of infamy. The Air Raves: Hardy Bart's
when the sirens sounded. The MacArthur, Van Fleet, Wedenleyer "State of the Nation" (Mutal) is
woman left her car and erred It's Who (and What) You Know: asd now Lawton! When will it one of the few objective, anti-C mn-
Sto shelter. Then, e of te special Charlie Giole was one of the Ca- end? mie shows on radio or TV and
and ticketed th r e automobile. ong pone mob who got jugged for ex- that's why Facts Forum," which
and ticketed the automobile. sorting millions from the movie in Help Wanted: Lou Walters cast- presents it, is constantly screamed
Sdqstry. He (and the others) were ing eons at the Latin Quarter. at as "fascist." If you want to get
mysteriously paroled during theGood pay, opportunity for ad- the facts behind the leftwing-liber-
Truman administration when the vancement and chance to travel al-AlA-Red-PAC-et-ghead eonpira
following attorneys were retained (to Miami and Las Vegas) and ey, tune in... Best music th side
S .t. represent the gangsters: Paul meet millionaires.* of the Meadowbroqk: Tommy A
__ /.-- Dillon, of St. Louis. He boasted at Jimmy Dorsey on CSS ta-ge
ea ':- [a Chicago hearing that he was The Lion and the Lamb (But Show." (They're do a
lr'= I tt Truman's personal friend, two- which is which?) This eauld nly sey's famed M r What
V'% time Senatorial campaign mana- happen here. I mean Margie Sae, a the world seeds is more Dorsey.
S= Ss ger sa l.alwayjs welcome at the Chnese lovely, is vice-president at Ann Baxter, the TV exec anukg-
W-hite Bose without an invite... Abbott Kinball, an advertising final Toni Twin (with sister
A. BrO Ebeo. His mother was SO. which promotes the J Uaa Ia one of the or- Jan
then eIpyed at the White RoweI Trade Center (on Fifth Av.). ar- that is.
SL... ughes f Dallas, boy- e i an ex-daughter-la-law of anh
( 1 hood at S"- esf ChaiCee ambassador. The Canine Cerarw: Atey e
*** prne Court J stee To -ark aid a chow were talhi --
U.the S. Atto y General! ... Unlde Sam Needs You (Whe. over. The se e s
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1keshlagte Merry-Go-R-and
II wre one of the lawmakers
you're always writing about, I'd
pass laws that:
Men never have business confer-
on- nights their wiyes give

j1 business talk be
ezi Woa ner. W he beach.
ornig papers be delivered aft-
er breakfast so hubby can feed
his face and wifey could see it
befr ohe buries it in the news.
Mi dress more sensibly in hot
weaoer that they sea o smethtu
like.t mandarn.type cotton or In
en jacket, which ikes the place of
both jacket and shirt attractively.
Husbands never be allowed to
over** and talk themselves out
they're good fo o g but grunt
of greeting and a shortgoodnght
when they get home.
Men shouldn't be allowed to lis-
ten to that Eartha Kitt record-
unless the, mink and sehmink is
for wifey.
Males be forced to take courses
in the care and clangngf babies
before they get their igh school
That they also take courses
teahinag the difference between
cotton and silk, so, at least once a
year, they can compliment their
wives on a dress and make sense
about It.
Ditto about coiffures, so they
know the difference between a
pompadour and a roman cut.
Every husband be equipped with
a portable cabinet in which to
dump the contents of his pockets,
instead of leaving all the junk on
the dresser. (Believe me, male
pockets are messier than women's
purses, and that's going some!)
Men be reminded once a week
about Patti Berg, Babe Zacharias,
Maureen Connolly, Gussie Moran,
so they'll realize their better
halves might give them some
healthy competition on the golf
course or tennis court.
All hat stores have two sales
tags-one for the real price of the
chapeau, the other'for hubby's
eyes alone-the second being at
least half the first
All. mother-in-law jokes be ban-
ban be to

en come built-in
ash catchers and time clamped
buttons non-refovable dress
Husbands be forced to stay home
with the kids at least once a week.
Husbands be forced to take their
wives out on a dres-up date once
a week.
Men strong enough to play foot-
ball, handball, tennis, .goe, etc.,
be strong enough to help with the
dishes, too.
P. S.-I'm just kidding, men. I
love you as is-especially Bob Six.
From time to time I've been
quoted in the entertainment col-
umns of newspapers, and even in
news stories, but this is the first
time I've been invited to coutri-
butet o a column which deals with
national affairs os a high level.
Nearest I've come to affecting
the national establishment was
when a War Department repre-
sentative, through a comedy of er-
rors, ordered killed a piettre of
e taken with some service girls
Atlantic City, but the newspa-
pers ran the picture anyway and
a truce was arranged.
Later, 11 Marines went AWOL In
Korea to hear me sing, but the in-


L was h ed a the spot.
V cfqv 0 to cmp fo r f
at, ad W.ashington ma. aot
dst ed from its more Import
mrees. -r ..
In bief, as Lorelel would say,
what is a girl like I dog in w
Pearpo's column?
Perhaps it's because Ive been
lucky and a lot of my fe1ww.AmgA-
cans have cheered from the amde-
limps as a little al .wilut
much background found .
and habppnessth s wa.
Being neither a natual born
atress, singer nor d I
pch myself as I drive work on
lot in a very nice a tomoble
and go into a sining,daning, and
dramatic routine in Irvmg Ber-
lin's "There's No Business Like
Show Busjness."
I work with such talented people
as Ethel Merman, DoaaI O'Con-
nor Mitzi Caynor, JgbR/ie gay
nd Dan Dailey, and I Warm
all r when Irving rlin tells
me rm a fine performer, as dis*
ti shell from a pin-up person-

You migAt like to kiow. that my
pin-p days are over-wili, asort
Swant to look nice and have
our servicemen and others take
pleasure in my pictures, but I
also want to be known as a good
actress. I think "'Seven Year Itch,"
which IW t start soon,, will 'o
.ne a WaeiIppor ty to
show how I've mpod sinc
fi t Vsmall bit in "Ladies other
Years ago, during a sht.period
I spent in an orphan's home be-
cause of my 'mother's illness, I
us to lookoutatthe big sign
the RKO lot i H ywoo and
dream of stardom. I thought t
wbuld be e easiest and the most
glamorous l int he world -
Well, I like the glamor part but
it certainly isn't easy: I work hard
and study hard and have little
time even for my husband. But I
do divorce my private life from
my career as an actress, and that
is why you never see Joe and me
posing together around Hollywood.
I'd have enjoyed going East re-
cently to. watch Joe hit one over
the fence in his old timers' exhib-
ition game' but I was here in
Hollywood that morning, p at 5
a.m. getting dressed and made u
up for a- routine with Donald
As to the future, I just don't
know. On the horizon, like a black
'cloud, is the frightening figure of
Dior who has decreed that :girls
must be flat-chested. If this comes
about, I will be a dead duck and
people will be speaking of Marilyn
in the past tense because no mat-
ter what Dior degrees come out of
Paris, I just don't qualify.

O'ar, yea and prettyti
torney of Vallejo, CaJtbas
bow spendi- the samer ds
tributing personal lavitations to
a big party at her home towq.
She's tbe okcIl1 Come-On-Out;
girl for the celedratin of the
100th anniversary of Mare Is1.
land Naval Shipyard, oldest'
wet cowat beu, Sept. ll.o.i

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A ,man of my age takes an unholy pleasure In
all thew little ancient piques and poverties of his
early upheaval, like 4olo. codger remembering
hOw many make-believe miles he walked through
ti0e drifting snow to get to the little red school-
So I was looking at this restaurant advertise-
ment (perfectly reasonable In these days of the
four-buck steak) which maid: "Here's what we
mean by reasonable prices,.. tonight, order this
combination for dinner and pay only $2.35- for
the choice of half a chilled grapefruit, tomato
juice cocktail,,cold creamed Vichysoisse or Jelli-
ed tomato Madrillene and baby lamb stew,
chock-full of fresh vegetables, with rolls, but-
ter and coffeee"
Two whole bloody big dollars and 35 cents and
this is a bargain in these times?
Even with an extra two btts' worth of tip to
get you a scowl from the waitress for not mak-
ing it half-a-buck or better, which would lug it
up to three clams, give or take another sneer
from the hat-chuck, it there be one.
We now flash back to 1935-4n the fabulously
expensive city of Washington, D. C., wherein
dwelt some little kiosks called White Towers
w h e rae cer. in im oeriad y ou 1ng eo4ned
sumptuously on' qit r -k decent fb i weti
onion, ketchup and bead on both sides f the
cow, for a nickel a measure.
The coffee was twice refillable at a jit per cup.
and the cream and sugar came free. Twenty-five
cents calmed thSd growling of the young tummy,
because in that two, bits were four hamburgers
and at least three cups of moke. If you wanted
an aperitif. torrlato juice was also five cents the
big glass. and they didn't surtax you for the
"wooster" sauce.
A noble firm called the Peoples Drugstores
made you a milk shake for a dime, and gave you
the shaker to play with, so about two and a
half glasses came out of it, with enough ice
cream to choke you on the lumps.
Any sandwich was a dime except club, which
was 15 cents, and you needed two hands to hold
it. If yog were unfearful of cancer and smoked
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ForMcCarh ... Census re Hearin.

WABHIGTON,- Aug. 31 (UP) four-man Republican majority nti
--One of Sen. Joseph R. McCar- filed a 300-word report.-u
thysO chief a rsepr sfled two McCarthy, Accompanied by his'l
ore ch arges against hm today wife, returned from a California
.s a special Senate com ittee action yerday but made rn,
miet to o public he rgSo staon tementhi
deandsat the W n Wtkin' aix-man committee hi
publican be censured by the met to iron out procedural prob- a
enate. lemp. The Utah Republican said 4
Sen Wayne L Morse (nd.- the Army McCarthy reports ia
Ore.) ured the s-asn coim- would be studied "right away" l
ittee to onsider theme mddi- because they "cover some of the
ti. l args-rthat rWthy field we are charged with inves-
tried to Invtad the Ptreident~ tigating."
powers by negotiating with
Greek shipownerst East-West One of the censure charges a-
trade, and that i e e rt his against McCarthy is that he urg-
trade, and that c se rmit his ed federal employes to violate
former chief nse", Re.ia the law and give him secret in-
Con, to "ase" senatorial nation. Another is that he
privilege, a nations received and made improper use
The ive general accusat of a classified FBI document.
being considered by the commit- The charges grew from the 38-
tee are:y Army-McCarthy hearing.
That McCarthy abused his fel- day McCarthy h ealed
low senators, that he received McCarthy has not revealed
low senators, that he rece d his strategy for the inquiry, but
and made improper use of a watkins said he has no Inten-
confidential FBI document, that tion of inviting him or anyone
he ur ed federal employes to vio- els, to make opening state
late their oaths to give him se- ents.
cret Information, that he abused Watkins indicated the em ha
Bri Gen Ralph Zwicker, and sis will be on documents which
that he refused to testify on his might shed light on the five
finances. principal charges the commit
The hearings are the first of tee wi study
their 'kind in Senate history. I He said he expects the group
In 1902, the Senate censured to turn first to allegations that
two of its members for fighting McCarthy refused In 1952 to tes-
on the Senate floor but no hear- M --Y fe.-- a
Ings were ordered.
In 1929, in the only other cen- | l
sure precedent, Sen. Hiram Bing- us Medical Tea s
ham of Connecticut was censur-
ed for employing a lobbyist and L
admitting him to a committee Rush To Flo
hearing. But again, there were
no hearings.A ss
Meanwhile the Democratic ml-
nority filed a "unanimous re-
port" in the Army-McCarthy. CALCUTTA, India, Aug. 31 -
row yesterday. (UP)-American medical teams
Sen. John McClellan (Ai') rushed to danger spots in heavily
ranking Democrat on McCarthy'z flooded areas of East Pakistan to-
Investigating subcommittee, gave day in an effort to prevent epi-
the 6.000-word report to 'Senate demfes.
Secretary J. Mark Trice. It was A total of 12,000 square miles of
signed by McClellan and Sens. land has been flooded so far and
Stuart Symington, (D-Mo.) and the water si continuing to rise.
Henry M. Jackson (D-Wash.) It American medical person n e l
may be made public tomorrow, from Korea have started mass i-
along with the Republican ma- noculations and other preventive
jority report filed previously, measures to guard against epidem-
Meanwhile Sen. Arthur V. lcs.
Watkins (R-Utah) and members Helicopters were flown to Dacca
of his special committee met be- yesterday from Japan in Ameri-
hind closed doors to map final' can globemasters to carry the
plans for the censure hearings, mercy missions into inaccessible
McClellan said the Democrats areas.
will not file any individual Pakistainis who earlier resisted
views Ip the Army-McCarthy inoculation have begun to appear
ease. However, Sen. Charles E. a second and third time because
Potter (R-Mich.) a subcommit- each person who is inoculated is
tee member, is expected to file given a strip of cloth. An acute
one. textile shortage has increased the
McClellan told reporters the value of any cloth.
Democrats did not "try to hit
hard or easy" at any of the par-
ticipants in the dispute but tried
to tailor their views to "Just
what the facts Indicated." i
The report was closed In a
large brown envele bearing the
names of the three Demoqrats.
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Sands free. The long cord pei have to get headphone sto
Walking around. So the housw ,e then the conversations mit
SI can walk and talk as she works, for hours at a time.
Let's hope the ingenious arrange-
e hp ment doesn't become a fad among And Just think what talking mat'
Let's hope this phone idea won't housewives who love to talk on the tiots the teen-agers could as
become a popular fad telephone If-i th ever got hold of telepke
For the chronic telephone talker hea onones.
The American magazine has a is already almost impossible to enaer could '
picture story of a housewife who hang up on Ia.s et .aer .hair din m l
has solved the problem of how to her atls, set her hair in pin eawl,
do all the telephone talking she The big talker usually chatters and raid the ice box-all the while
wants to do and still get her house- along until she, herself, has to talking on the telephone to h1A
work done. interrupt the conversation because best friend-the family u
it is time to take a roast out of situation would be even *wo dltha
The resourceful wife uses a the oven, or start dinner, or be- it is now in homes with ten-agers.'.
headphone and 15-foot extension cause she hears a knock at the
cord that enables her to chatter door. Science is a wonderful tling- with friends and relatives If she had a headphone set and up to a point. But the point g
while she does the ironing, feeds' long cord 'attached, she could eas- reached when it makes it poible
the baby, gives herself a mani- ily perform these chores-and keep for housewives and tee agerss to
cure, etc. right on yakking. spend more time on telephone con.
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Ethel Smith, the lady who made tor-I was lucky enough to be en
"Tico Tico" a household tico, is dowed v ith amazing agility In m
)ranching out. The little blonde fingers."
rganist Is taking singing lessons, And, if you think like an orchel
acting lessons and practicing up tra and have amazingly agile fir
on her guitar and percussion gets, the only thing for you to d
work. She'll be a one-w o m a n is play the organ like she doe
troupe yet. Simple.
"I don't want to be a dumb i-
act," she says. In the show busl-' Hermione Gingold and Ernie K<
ness world, a dumb act is one vacs convulsed New York wit
that doesn't say anything-just sit their cigar-smoking duet on Ei
there and play the organ or jug.1 nie's DuMont TV rhow. It Was on
gles or swallows hot toothpicks or of the greatest displays since th
something. next-to-last day of Pompeii.
"I used to be remote from thenext last day o Pompe
audience," s a y s Miss Smith. | A friend, who speaks Hawaiia
"They'd come and enjoy my or- at the drop of a coconut, ha
gan playing, but we never got kindly furnished me with a trans
close to each other. Now that I've nation of the Hawaiian words a
added a few things to my per- the beginning and end of ever
formance, we do." "Hawaii Calls" radio show oi
These extra added attractions in- MBS. And, just in case you've beei
elude such things as demonstra. | troubled by what these strange
tions of odd percussion instrument sounds mean, here's the straight
#he picked up through her many dope:
trips to Latin and South America. "E hoolohe oluolu mai oukou ik,
And she has little comedy bits, like makou mele ana"-be comfort
a routine on how easy it is to play ble and listen as we sing to you
the organ. There's more of the; "Ake hoouna aku net makou ik,
same in the Smith works., makou aloha nui loa ia oukou
TV TOPPERS pau"-we are sending along our
TVR TOPPEORS ur greetings and long for you all.
HERB SHRINER (CBS-TV): ur "Aloha, aloha ahi ahi ia puko
barber was a funna one. When he a pau loa"-good wishes, gooc
starktd cutting hair, you couldn't aluck, to y for hwis day.
stop im. The only thing yo could
do Vas to kick the box from un- "A hut hou kakou i keia poadnc
der him. ae, aloh a no" until we meet
---- again next week, it is aloha.
It is he hope, some day, to bal- What a disappointment-I'd al-
ance her act about half and half- ways thought they were Hawaiian
half organ playing and half other race results.
stuff, like comedy songs and ot'er --
oddments. Not that she'll ever real Helene Francois, Denise Dar-
1 desert the organ. In the first cel's sister who sings like a larque,
ace, she likes it and, in the sec- has changed her name. Effective
h ond, her fans wouldn't stand for with her current engagement in
such a calamity. I Santiago, Chili, she's billedas Hel.
She actually pioneered the use ene Darcel.
of the organ for popular music,, Well, you know the old saying-
and she developed the style that what's in a n6m?
most of today's pop organists fol- .
ow.I One of New Yo- :'s most legiti.
"My st yl e is based on two mate characters is a 72-year-old
things," she says. "First, I think bartender named Asa McElroy,
like an orchestra, not like an or- who serves 'em up at McCarthy's
San. And then there's a plus fac- Steak House. Mac goes back as
1 far as Lillian Russell, the Marilyn
__ !_ Monroe of her day. He remembers
Help Your serving her at the old Knicker-
Help Your lesbocker Bar.
Don't suffer from painful, itcbirn, "In those days," Mac says, "if
CIlue another hour without tryindga woman wanted a drink, she had
Chlnarold. Upon application ClInaraloI t, sneak her wav throuoh a mass
tarts curbind pue minserips 2 ways: L snea her way trough a mass
1We patin and tchin. 2. Helps shrink of men to get to the bar. Today,
?'vofle tiaue. 3. IWelp natum lijf a man wants a drink, he has
Beousna b. your ga to sneak his way through a mass
erUbro dtedaW. of women."


Made Right in th ecup)I

children warn a hot drink,
mornings. For the one that
builds real Energy Reserve,
get Nestl6's EIerReady
Cocoa. Ir'i intMt-just 3
teaspoonfuls in a cup and
add hot water! It's dell.
cious-you'll love that rich
chocolate flavor

The Pacific Steam Navigallon Company

Royal Mal Uines Lid.
x- S.S. "FLAMENCO" .............................Sept 2
.y M.V. "SALAMANCA" ..............................Sept. 15
s. M.V. "REINA DOL PACIFICO" (18,20 Tons) .... Dec. L
o- M.V. "SARMIENTO" ............................. Sept. 13
h M.V. "SALAVERRY" .............................. ept 25
M.S. "LOCH AVON" ............................. Sept. 18
M.S. "DESEADO" ................................Sept. 23

t M.S. "DURANGO" ........... ..... .............. Sept. 1
y M.V. "DONGEDYK" ..............................Sept 12
e All Sailingb Subject to ('baBle VWithout Notice
e FORD CO INC PANAMA--Ave. Pe6 #55, Tel. 3-1257/8
S OR o IN BALBOA-Term Bldg. Tel 2-19



Great White Fleet

'-New Orleans Service Arrives
*S.S. "QUIRIGUA" ..............................Sept. 4
*S.S. "VERAGUA" ................................ Sept. 11
S.S. "AVENIR" ............................ Sept. 14
'Handing Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo

New York Service Arrives
A Steamer ... .... .............. ........... Sept. 8
S.S. "ALCYON" ...............................Sept. 10

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ..................... $240.00
To Los Angeles and Sand Francisco ...$270.00
To Seattle ........................ .1365.00


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-. '- # the pleasure fit announcfdp
..tM m rringe of their deaUhter

,..fjL LL hLim a &L d L d < hU -i* *. 4" W stina
sea idA .-074 0t-O74 0Idow &3O an 10..m. A to
Stded wet' s 3. and Mrs. D. ?" August gaC Strnehagen
sh op, Capt. and Mrs. C. N. Lit-
8.r"' rCe, Mr and U J H Burns, on Friday September third
14t. t6U M IV. S.BHae nMrTelt hutdred fif4tfour.
ll- te O Alrf- and Mft Whmi Cuningham, The Nuptial Ceremoay wiu t take place
S. and Mr. M. C. T. Askew. t Fort Claton CAap04 Caael 9e00
m .-al mml lp AU AndU'. P iss
e 'u J* t -lbial has spent the lbt tel ritatar mAt 9s M r
,ht9igMeh tel th U le Her rit nulcMaJesty's Consul
A. II. Perkins at Mrs. Per-
.. ,., tert.t aut eit co. SCOUtf e $
lo U- L 111000A s del Cstritlo, who w ill leave i M at evening at a buRlet in- ft. oC
shwy fie ro to Eitree her arty ivenhit the British Con. -- A
,i t W., tattoo Wkas dreBlVtl dnenr as in e' iit m Cm. ,ou se h al oa
3at ,i bar It e l et Ctfr A WL tort i organizattonal Meetlg of Cub I
d. fteam hou6 gs of the MiUa'a a t. Scoua1ut Pck 3, 6albsoa.
If Isa lea'- br thb 4stot-law O
isft e a vaeatio w ith rS nan Bt. t 'to lsoGmin will sail A reorg ^niht1onal meeting of
esi k6n 9 Ancon on Friday, to Cub Scoat Pack 3, Balboa will
Nato b bsitfat a tim e- continue hisbateffes t the Pejn. e held In the Boy ScoUt Shak
fair were atert of AtnAriutre, sylvana tate Uliversity 8 tate Amador Road, Thursday, Sept.
tOi,, IIndusntry Telisto- CoeM*, Pa., ftft ning his t 7:30 p.m.,
rkhem.illme l Capt. IL" cl Die u !lt. Mrs. Ditt at. iumm vaetUfs With par. lIM
M111" Wn.L ,w Mif CmtmmiOit f e uardna Na- tnt, Mr. and Mrs. Rex K. eek All pit in last year's Pack,.
ae.itlt Pa rur BoUvir Vanarina, ef lkboa. s* eAell an9 other parents in-
vSf auitor waL *nahV" Mr. Miguel J. Mo- tefteted An having their boyS
d MNusad' e.. l ti. U pate in the Cub Scout pro.
%,Mr. -l-Ml$i (llWII arilh, are urged to be preSen.
C0.rowberg, st. A large, turnout Is desired so
uiLruip.--Rl .i. U. iaAte is to make it possible to com-
Sr t.. Woma uxiary orf theriNw A l piete all organizational detilS
A ) smens, an tus tt Chwmaa Wi lmeetAai o t he AntI to plan tor the first PAck
e&-3alea, M.r. Thursday at 1tatOtheChueh r SRae meeting, tentatively scheduled
SMr. and for a covered nh .nacheonm iv f'ror September 30th.
--!i~ruu lM nr, .,d htnor f Mrs. .Frnk Es.t.e who ... ..
lid r. ad it lse to make her home in EDINBURGH, Stotlnd, Aug. 31 i
uli TR liMr. a- d the States. (UP)-A tatter aiming to ,be a ........ ... .....
. and Mrs. "ottish Natibbnldt telephoned an
ages _.-16ily aaft- Rev. Alexander taw, pastor of dinlurih nsei r w r aIn g 1
t, Mr.a eJ Ire Aadarkobn, the Balboa lUnen Church, will be princess Margpt to stay away *
A Mr. M&d s. Gustay tham. th. guest sAeq4er. frees toMight's Old Vic perform.
ance of "A Midaupmer Night's
OLJ .1ts taMin AMll dlweof the community are Dfretm," police announced. :L .
I vited to attend and bring their Police salad Iy were "nothnlgS U4LKJ
% ls V. M. Mfvoit dish. the boatents" of Le warning tle-. ... rm
!L IP*-Ab -----.- phone from a pabile booth and
r12Bfarewell aetisWAM0 Cata.l that normal strict security prtcau- Gv
S aitoUFidy for their home BaN S *Suceess tons would be in force for to. Genev
n to Mass. 'Te WNItoiN CUtillion Club sight's Bdibur Festival perfor.
n lssd. hl other avery e a f b th 1 aeeoy afhI arecow
a Como"lea Esteitin dan StrdaY bihl gtat Brhzos by a -stu td st, which
~ tiWg rqus Atft k tnany guests, who at. I-Wi -l1W e the tton wil
_. ._._..____. .. ..Ond call.',& iW x." wstc
The call was made to a local most c
Grand Jury Hands Out Mass newspaperlast night, police said. ml
G vreliabl

In4ictmints In Fenix City

C Ala. Aug. 1 fteesint Only briefly for Its n.
obura *t k r th e enih wrkk
arlat- o rnhasbn &!tin o' re-
the el aty i fl uio



fTs W

* au the pleasure in ammouncinp
the marriage o* tI tr ion
r u-rt %cA


iss moar;a einsna .sdient.
on Friday September third
nineteen hundred fifty four.
SThe Nuptial -Ceremony will take place at
the Fort Clayton Chapel, Canal Sweu



f. distinction

This time It's a
for girls and Cowdboy
belts for boys.
Macy's (New York)
sells them for $1.00
up to 2.50. We offer
them for only
(till Wednesday)
from 59c. up to 1.24


Sdmignes have planned
v Omega Collection in
every Woman 6f distinc.
I find her heat' desitre
nstly jewel and yet as
Sis a trusted friend.


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you the juice of
eight fresh vege.-
tables in a single
drink. And it's

14 CeMtral AVrer Ted i-fMi

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also active members of the Dance
Masters of America, Inc.
Will Resume Classes in
Ballet, Tap and Too
at the BALBOA Y.M.C.A.
on Monday, September 13th
Registration will be held at the
"Y" from 1.:00 to. 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday and Thursday,
Septdmben r ist and 2lnd
Residence Phone ialboa 1751




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sit of trimky bIblot

Relieve Bao by's
this MIDICATEi wayl

No nimeditaed powder can re-
Iteve your baby's Diaper Rash.
- Diaper Chafe, Urine Scald and
Prickly eart kash is Amneasm
Powder does I
Pbt Afilh ii aipIMily eMd-
etait tb robtf, prbret ad help
heal irritated skin. Abiorbs mois-
tar wontderully-amd is to soft,
it promotes healing by ctushion-
i g baby's chafcd skin against
fut ht iraitation. Get Ammebh
Medicated Powder today.
skti --Try Arhmmni at our ex-
pei61 Foz tria' size can' abso-
lutely free, sen: postcard with
your name anC address to Dept.
6'K, rlttOl-Mys Co.. Hlllsid.
t4.. (Oft*r pfrei Dec. J

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Fatering Philip!
ehitp's if toI' tlOi itb brulais.
wo;Wmm ItwI m rib rIho ae uses.
flfti *DomI hisft btomB like new.
.. A. claftltain. emt se ariat cdiet


S total LIQUIDATION SALE on all its new nmrchadMi

Because o0i s coming change of site


Bathing Suits


Blouses ............. from
SBe&h Jackets .........from
Bags ................from
Stoles ............... from

Linen Handkerchiefs
Earrings, Chains


Children's Ddpaaif
Everything in Beach wear and
other items.


from 1,SO


High Heels
* Thread

from 1,00




Wedding Dresses,
Nylon or Silk
Nylon or Silk
Nylon or Silk
half Slips

Veils half prices

from 1.00


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ATTENTION G. I. Just built modem
furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurnish-
ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments.
C o n t a c t Alhambra Apartments,
1 0th Street. Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Aportment above Caren-
tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue No, 141. Inquire Central The-
ater, manager's office.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un-
furnished. For further details coill
Zubitta: 3-1802. 3-3337.
FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom furnished
apartment, spacious and modern,
$90. The best you con-get for the
price. 43rd Street No. 58.
FOR RENT :-Modern, furnished one-
room apartment, stove, refrigerator,
hot water, Campo Alegre. Phohe
Panama 3-4242 after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
very cool, two bedrooms, maid's
room, garage. "El Cangrejo." Phone
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment,
living-diningroom, kitchen, laundry
room, $55. Via Belisario Porras.
Phone 3-2907.
FOR RENT:--Semi-furnished 1-bed-
room apartment, gas stove, refri-
gerator. Very cool. Overlooking
S A.S. Commissary, Via Belisorio
Porros, Son Francisco. Tel. 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments,
double & single, screened and in-
spected. Phone 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
for the first, with all utilities. Via
Espara. house before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT:-Small furnished opart-
nient, one bedroom, near American
Embassy, $85. Phone Panama 3-
FOR RENT:-Apartment No. 33, East
39th Street, three bedrooms with
2 baths, diningroom, maid's quar-
ters with bath, garage, etc, $125.
Phone Panama 3-3467.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
apartment, leandry tube, o*rage,
fenced-in yard, screened, American
neighbors. Cooper, Gembee 6-206.
FOR RENT-:-Furnished apartment, 2
bedrooms. Tivoli Ave. No. 6. Phone

MR RENT:- 2-bedroom aopartment,
spacious, best location, $150. Bal-
boa 1866.
FOR RtENT:-Nicely furnished aport-
ment, Including refrigerator, porch,
porlor-diningroom, bedroom, kitch-
en, garage, $60. 112 Via Belisario
Porros,'near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment
with maid's quarters and garage.
Via Porras No. 106, Apartment 5,
across from Hotel El Panami.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
one bedroom, hot water. 82, Via
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apartments.
Hot water conveniences. Edificio
DEVEAUX facing Hotel El Panama.
Phone 3-5692. Apply at 2034, Via
Espa oa.
FOR RENT:-Fumrnished apartment, I1
bedroom and bath. Frigidoire, ele-




MORBRSUN 4w 01 Julv Av. J bL
Juito Arueime"f Ae* and 33 fi.
132 LA CArrFiJuuliJ

L.entr Aia. 105
No. LoteryF Pla=
F'ourih of .uy Ava.

H tretNf .n 57

Household___ Antomoblles
FOR SALE: 60-CYcle refrigerator FOR SALE; --1952 Pontiac 2-door.
40r.. Good condition, quick sale. 12,000 miles, Hydromatic, seat
i 86-2120 between 800 and covers, new battery, good tires.
3:00. p86-2120 between int, excellent. duty free. San be
3-.___----financed. Balboa 6344.
F-OR SALE: --- Admiral refrigerotor-
8FO 4" Tel: 88-836, Qtrs. I16- FOR SALE: 1950 Cadillac Model
8'4. Tel 62, excellent condition, 5 new white
iGulck. _-- -- tires, new seat covers. Tel, 88-836,
OR SALE:-60-cycle semi-automa- Qtrs. 116-B, Gulick.
tic Thor washing machine o FORSALE --'48Nosh Super 4-doord
condition and Tappon gas range FO A ch8nical conditionS 5
without bse, at iveaway prices. sedan, A-] mechanical condition, 5
without base, at give-w -very good tires, I extra tire. Price
CallBalboa 4409 ---$340. House 5341-A Diablo. Phone
FOR SALE: 4-burner gas stove, 2-1887.______-
storage space and oven, $50. 0303, -
e Heihts, Ancon, CZ FOR SALE:--1951 Chevrolet 2-door
.c .. sedan, perfect condition, 4 brand
FOR SALE: Zenith console radio. new tires, battery, etc. MOTORES
60-cycle. Original cost $395, ca NACIONALES, S.A., Automobile
be obtained for $200. For informa- Row 21.
tom.n Can be seen at Betonia 20 FOR SALE:-1947 Studebaker Chorm-
.m. Can... e seen o e.. pion 4-door sedan, three new tires,
FOR SALE:--Bendix automatic wash- nylon seat covers, $375. Phone
er late model, 25-cycle, excellent Panoma 3-5859. Via Espoao No
condition $120. Sale due to voyage. 146.
House 2511 -D. Cocoli. Sealed bids will be accepted by Point
FOR SALE:-Due to trip: Bedroom, Four until Friday, September 3, or.
diningroom sets, kitchen, etc. sole of one 1952 Chevrolet sedan.
ephoiie 3-5624. ___ I Automobile may be inspected at
O-R-SALE: -_-Coldsoot refrigerator, 25 Poinf-4 offices, Calle Q (Colpon
cycles, all porcelain $75. Westing- Buildingo. Moil bids to Box "J,"
house Laundromat, 25 cycles, eosi- Balboa, Canal Zone.
IV converted to 60-cyc., excellent FOR SALE:- Leaving country, 1951
.condition $250; Baby's high chair PACKARD, low. mileage, automatic
$3; "oby's car seat $2.50; Kodal transmission, radio, fan, w/s/w
Medolist 1, like new, with Tripod GOODRICH Tubeless Tires. F. ICA-
and Flash $225; Vibraphone 3-o- ZA & CO., Justo Arosemena Ave.
tove, 25-60 cycle; hearing aid, used No. I.
A one month $100. 786-B% Tavernilla; ..
Street,.Phone Balboa 1828. FOR SALE: 1951 Sunbeom-Talbot
StreetPhone -_ --Sports sedan $1200. Albrook 3198.
FOR SALE: Simmons davenport, 7 __-___
feet long, makes double bed;one FOR ENT
Simmons easy chair, almost new FOR RENT
Call Balboa '3284 after 4:30. n
MUST- SELL:- 4-Pc. Rattan living-..
room set $100- 9x 12 rug, good FOR RENT:-2-bedroom chalet, liv-
condition $30. See, or phone 83- ingroom, diningroom, porch, go-
S2202, Aot. 2024-H Curundu, 4:00 rage. maid's quarters, in Bella Vis-
o6:30 p.m. to. Aquilino de Io Guardia Street.
to 6:30 p.m.------- ----_ Phone 3-1713 during office hours.
FOR RENT FOR RENT:-Beoutiful residence of
*n- 1-- --_1ms errace, no wa....

ItOR RENT:-Room, furnished. Fourth
of July Avenue: One bedroom with
bolcony, small diningroom & kitch-
enette, refrigerator, screened. Suit-
able for one or two person*, $65.
Phone 2-4912 or 2.3584.
OR RENT:-Furnished room, kitch-
en, gOs, refrigerator. 3 1St Street
-EO*t No. 9, near Lo Piscina.
FORn RENT: .urnJited "r1om to
nrried couple. Kitchen and refri-
aerator privileges. First Street, Pc-
rejil, No. 10, Apt. 6.
FOR RENT:-G.I. inspected, cool fur-
nished room. Kitchen, Frigidaire,
.;_; I- Kin- I A 4th

Tnree bedrooms, terrace, not water.
Phone 2-3035.
FOR RENT:-Chalet 2 bedrooms, 2
porches, 2 bathrooms, to responsi-
ble person. No. 2021 Via Espaofa.
Information No. 9, Colombia Street.
Phone 3-0749 Panoma.
FOR RENT:-Semi furnished chalet
In Vistermosa, properly screened &
ventilated, livingroom, diningroom,
two bedrooms, garage, yard, $85
monthly. Tel. 6109 Curundu, C.Z.

Position Offered
I FOR SALE: Experienced solesgirl,
must speak English ,and Spanish.
Call 2-0895 for interview.

diningroom privileges. r'o. ,t,
of July Avenue, Apt. 3, opposite FOR SALE
Roosevelt Hotel.
Real Estate

W anted Position FOR SALE: 2-bedroom chalet, lo-
cated Vista Hermosa, Colon High-
%OSITION+ WANTED: Secretary, way. Before $12,000, now $10,-
with extensive experience Enolish + 500. Down payment $3000. Thom-
and Spanish dictation and typing, as' Reoal Estate Agency, 259 Central
desires position ;with reliable firm. Ave. Phone 3-1069. P.O. Box
For information tall Castro 3-0226, 3404.
10-12 noon 2-5 p.m. -
In 25 years. New York state has

collected more than $1,597 million
in gasoline taxes, according to the
New York State Automobile Asso-

WANTED: English family requires ciation. I tric plate. $50. Tel. 3-1648.
English speaking maid with refer-
ences, for general household work.* *
Must sleep in. 50th Street No. 49,
Downstairs. Phone 3~2547. M O tly Cloudy, Rainy Skies

SHURRICANE... May Be Expected In September

(Continued from rage 1
ed. Highway patrolman E. P. Sim.
mons who had gone to the island
to warn residents to evacuate, was
himself trapped. His patrol car
radio was the island's only contact
as the storm-tossed waterway sub-
merged the bridge.
At Morehead City Mayor George
W. Dill ordered emergency shelter
facilities set up in city hall.
" At Beaufort, just south of More-
head City, citizens turned on bat-
IL-- J-12 A.S.

The following weather condi-I
tions are based on the records of
the past 47 years and may be
expected to occur in the Canal
Zone and vicinity during Sep-
Weather: Mostly cloudy and
rainy weather will continued
during Sept. and heavy rains
ana thunderstorms may be ex-
pected over the whole Isthmus
at frequent Intervals.

tery radios to follow the .storm's
course, trimmed lamps, tied down 'Rainfall: Average rainfall for
garbage cans and bolted storm September is 7.90 inches at Bal-
rtters can boa Heights, 10.91 Inches a
Maddem Dam and 12.52 inches at
The Marine Air Station at Cher- Cristobal. There Is, however, con-
ry Point began flying planes out of asderable variation from year to
the path of the blow shortly, be- year and monthly totals have
fore noon. I ranged from 2.i2 to 16.38, nche
Sf at Balboa Heights, 5.96 to 18.44
The Coast Guard lightship a t' Inches at Maddem Dam, and 4.40
frying Pan Shoals, about 60Omiles I to 22.99 inches at Cristobal.
om here, reported winds of 35i Rainfall will likely occur on 20
Smiles per hour. days distributed over 64 hours

well situated, in perfect condition and with modern
comfort inspection nd further details:
"kiW- to- MR you
No. 23 East 29tht street, Exposition, B .19,000.00
No. 42 East 31st street Exposici6n, 25.500.00
7th street. Golf Heights, 24,000.00
all with 3 bedroom, ervioe quarters, etc.
For inspection and further detaia:

Sl lw ff d.|I
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x sth Street W. 21

Tel 2-2386

at Balboa Heights and 23 days
and 72 hours at Cristobal.
Sunshlae: There will be an
average of about 5 hours of sun-
shine per day with 4 or 5 days
with no sunshine at all.
Temperature: The monthly
mean air temperature will aver-
age about 80 degrees Fahrenheit
on both sides of the Isthmus.
The maximum temperature will
average 86 degrees on both coasts
and the minimum will average
74 degrees on the Pacific Coast
and 76 degrees on the Atlantic.
The "highest temperature on rec-
ord for September is 94 degrees
and the lowest 68 degrees. Such
extremes, however, are of infre-
quent occurence.
Relative humidity: The rela-
tive humidity will average close
to 86 percent on both coasts and
90 percent In the central section
at Madden Dam. The daily range
will hb between 5 and 75 er-

cent on the Pacific and 91 andk
75 on the Atlantic.
W daW : Llgt variable winds
will be experienced over the At-
lantic Coast with southerly or
offshore winds predominating.
Northwest witVI will prevail on
the Pacific Coast. The average
velocity will be about 6 miles per
hour at Balboa Heights, 4 miler
per hour at Madden Dam. and 7
miles per hour at Cristobal.
Fegs: Nighttime and early--
morning fto may be expected,
quite frequently over the Oall-
lard Cut section of the Canal
and the central section of the!


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140 Central Ave

J. Yco de Ia sUa Av. No. 41

Via slpafha No. 14

PcHit.. Oceonside cottage. Santa
Claro. Box 435, Balbo. Phone
Ponoma 3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. one mile post
Saonto Clara. Low rotes. Phone
Bolboo 2-1866.

FOR RENT:-3-bedroom beach front'
house, Sea Cliff Acres. Tel. Balboa
3022 after 5 p.m.
FOR HEALTHFUL change of climate,
visit Club Campestre in El Valle.
Just 80 miles from Panama City.
Newly remodeled under American
management. Inquire Tivoli Travel
Agency, 8 Tivoli Ave., TI. 2-0461.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished ho u s e s on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
THOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve-1
GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara Beach Cot-
toges, modern conveniences, mod-
erote rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.

Central 206, beside Copitollo Theater
Phone 2-3479

FOR SALE :---Complete dental equip-
ment AC-DC. Coall Pedro Miguel
Dispensary, Phone 4674. Also other
dental items.
FOR SALE :-Suits and Pants, BEST-
FIT, superior quality at very low
prices. "BESTFIT," Plaza Santa
Ano, Panama; 1 1 th Street, Colon.
son arbors %" sealed bearings;
two 8"x1" felt polishing wheels;
four 8"xl" grit and rubber grind-
ing' wheels; one B & I gem maker,
complete with diamond saw, sand-
ing discs,C.I. and felt laps, dops
sticks, polishing compounds and
grits; five 1/4 & 1/5-hp. motors,
5-cycle, V-bets and pulleys. House
0958-B Balboa. Phone 2-1470.
FOR SALE;-Blonde Cocker Spaniel
puppies, AKC registered litter, $40.
Albrook 3198.
FOR SALE: 25-cycle air-condition-
ing unit, specially madb for Canal
Zone current. For Information call
Pedro Miguel Dispensary, Phone
4674, from 8 toA 2, including Sat-
MAG~INESiTlred of miing num-
bers Spe-
CIo rinq^pt" -2245.
FOR SAL- weed 1-rei, Spe-
cial Club Reservm Sct, Rell
Mounted Cenedlen Whiskey, Rqe
Corte and Castie Club Gin. At eay
bar or bedele. Your DWetllodea
FOR SALE: "Nick's Bar." Owner
unable to attend business. "K" St.
No. 1. Phone 2-3152.
FOR SALE: "Chicago" Restaurant
and Bar. excellent business. Inquire
some place, Colon.
FOR SALE:-Leaving, Must Sell: Ra-
dio & electrical parts and equipment.
Hundreds of other items. Will sell
individually, or. all for $175. Go-
rage 761-X-1, Bomeby Street. 7 to
9 p.m. Phone Balboa 1828 any
FOR SALE:-Radio for 1949-51 Ford,
excellent, complete, ail 'chromium.
Beliz. Panama 3-0303.

Isthmus along the Trans-Isth-
mian highway, but rarely at ei-
ther Canal entrance. Most of the
fogs form around midnight and
may be expected to dissipate be-
fore 8:30 a.m.

Storms: Local rain squalls and
thunderstorms will occur quite
frequently and during these
local storms wind velocities may
reach 30 miles per hour or more
but they are of too short .dura-
tion to cause any appreciable
damage. September Is the month
of most frequent West Indian
hurricanes whose paths cross the
ship lanes of the Caribbean Sea
but their usual path is too far
north of Panama to cause dam-
aging winds on the Isthmus.

No Improvements
MILWAUKEE- (UP) -A group
of irate citizens threatened to sue,
the city if plans were continued toi
build a sidewalk in frost of their
home=. Ungene C. Straub and sev-
en others signed petitions that he
walk was unnecessary and that
they wished to preserve the area's
rural atmosphere.

We offer you brand new elec-
trlc ei-vel Refrigerators 6 c.f.
work on 25 and 60 cycles,
U Caon Awve.. Pasaa. TeL. sMS

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merchandise at
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$585.00 down

1950 Ford 2 door
$750.00 -
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1052 Buick Super
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949 fymouth
4-door Sedan
Leather Up-
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1953 Ford 4-door
Seat covers,
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SPackers, Shippers.
Tels.: 2-2562 & 2-M451

Acres from El Panama Hotel
rinest Wines and Liquors
Open Daily from 1000 a.m. to
10:00 p.m.
Sunday from 2.0 to 6:00
Rapid Home Delivery at AU Times

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Nb. .N 45th St.,.
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Brnk's Robbery

Suspect Surrenders

To Boston Police
-BOSTON, Aug. 31 -(UP) .-An-
t~ony (Tony) Pino, 43, a kye sus-
met in the un snlel atniWnM

Eimer T ringer; nurke.
n Pino, an alleged Boston safe-
oracker facing deportation, had
been wanted since Sunday when
he was reported seen near the
spot where Burke's getaway car
was abandoned.
Police said Pino was seen cir-
eling the Children's Medical Cen-
ter, behind which Burke and his
accomplices abandoned a b I a c k
sedan. At one point, police said,
Pino slowed down to scrutinize
the sedan carefully.
Pino telephoned the Bureau of
Criminal Investigation atBoston
police headquarters this morning
and told Capt. Patrick J. O'Reil-
"I hear you're looking,for me.
Do you want me to come in?"
O'Reilly said yes and. asked if
he had transportation. "I'll be in,"
I Pino replied.
Capt. Francis G. Wilson said Pi-
no must have an ironclad alibi
S "or he wouldn't come in."
Pino faces deportation to his na-
tive Italy under the' MeCarran
Act. An alien he was convicted
of two crimes Involving : moral
t turpitude. ."

N. Y. Confidential
S(Continied- from. Page, 2) .
a psychiatrist. "Oh," yiped.the lit--
tle -utt, "You know I'm not al-
owed on' the-equch!"' (Okay, 131
lave peacefully?-... By: the &ay4
whatever happened to chows?,They
seem extinct (on the .streets-of. N
IYork' at least.- .
No Thisa But Some Data: Jackie
Gleason to sign for the Thanksgiv-
ing show at the Paramount with
his own band -of -., als. acting
a CBS spectacular in addlon'to
his own show .'.-.1thel'Stone, co-
Smedian Harvey Stone's ex, is.ex
AIN (Don't make it a 'habit). .
Pancbo,- one 61 th e Mrat band ead-
era of all timelhe was kingof the
rt ) ango)ad befre that a pro auto
racer, sure loes the restaurant
business Now he's selling wonder-
ful, eats at his own place (formerly
Mario's Villa Rapallo in E. 60th)
and you couldn't get him behind a
baton again, even for money...
The Herald-b identiid the lad
In the turblt' at "The-Egyptian",
opening as the Maharajah of Bara-
ts (whereverteverhat is) and said he
lent an exotic touch to the occa-
sion. Sure he's exotic. He comes
from Brooklyn where his name isI
Albert Carlo (he's an artist and
scenic designer) and likes to gag It
up as a Bombay big shot for-0e
pleasure of his press agent pals.
Wisdom of a White Way.WeM: It
Is better to have Idved and last-
much better!!l! ,

back Years At TYeo. *
MERCED, Calif. (UP) An
usual sight greeted travelers be-
tween Mereliamd YomuAte 'Na-
'omal Park recently h IS a-
cle bt gas bug ies e
miles oi amentsa'ur-tf to t-


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Russians -before. making France West German Chancellor Ke-
swallow German rearmament. rad Adenauner; whose poy', had
SIt was also taken as a warning been -built around th u at
that France's allies, including the existence of EDC, kept a tight-lp-
United Statps, must not try to iso-. ed silence at vacation.
lae her. in Germany's ,Black Feast bn
In addition to turning American other officials ofthe Monh'goverh.
dreams of a unified Western Eu- ment spoke quickly.
rope into a nightmare, the rejec- "'Tle full soverety of to
tion.of EDC caused turmoil at Federal Republic- cn. o loang
home. be delayed," Getman'parllamei*
Three membersof M e n d e s- tary leader tans.Joachita eV n
France's coalition cabinet-MaE Metkatz said. .
rice Bourges-Maunoury, y Emile "Europe must 'seek-ither iu y
Hugues and Eugene Claudius-Pet- to secure itself agaiastthAbSoe
it-called a meeting today to de- threat, .an offl
cide whether to resign. from Adensuer's' CorUi i D .
Bourges-Maunoury, Hugues anld oeratie Paty, said..
SClaudius-Petit, all strong backers Luxembourg foreign -adls t
of ,EDC. Ianed to le ca- Joseph ec called
net last Friday butt e r i a

Four oter cabietm ersb
also were reported ready to
quit,a mass move that wouId
diintegrate Ids government and
might lead 'to 's 'dsonfall.
, In .another domestic dvelop.
ment, the'Socialist'Party expeU-
ed three of its. members-JuIe s
Moch, Daniel Mayer aqd Max.Le-
juene-for leading the anti.. ED0C
fight despite the party's official
backing of the doomed project.
The official breakdown on the
vote, taken after an impassioned
plea against EDC by Edouard
Herriot, octogenarian former pre-
mier was:
For the motion to suspend' de
bate: 100. Communists and Pro-
ressives, 53 Socialists 32 Radical
Socialists, 11 Democratic and So-'
cialist Union of Resistance (USD
R), 16 Peasants, 16 dissident Gaul-
lists, 68 Social- Republicans (for-
mer Gaullists) and five Indepen-
Against the motion. 50 Soclal-
ist, 38 Radical Socialists, 8 USDR,
80 Popular Republicans, (MU P),
45 Independents, 30" Peasants,'144
dissident' Gaullists,.2 Social'. Re-i
publicans. I '
About 40,deputies abstained. -
In Manila, whereDulles wil-sit
down Mond ay~witth.k w Irenh hM-
presentative and diplomats of free
Aian nations to ~rganitze-1S AO,
concem.was voiced oveir.thedeat
of EDC. .
"A high'Phoiplne gvamen i
offieial-who Asnadto remain, .un-,
identified5 said hehoped the set-W
back in Europe w-wpld mre
support for strong, military as-
strances in'the-tieaty to be writ-
ten at the Manilaspnfe s3nce.L
* Mendes-France recognized b#h
rejection of EDC as a slap in .the
face of his .impatient Allies t'
promised immediate cooperation.
i preserving thetW.etoern Keal-
liance. *
The Soviets were hIat e ver.
Ithe French aevat
"Thus the 'French l -oalAs
sembly rejected the, Paris (-,DC)
and Bonn (German soerelgnty)
agreements and rejected there t n
to create EDC, a. plan for rear-
mament of West Germany camoa-
flaged under this community,
Pravda, official Communist Par-
ty organ said.
"The majority of the National
Assembly adopted the del les
corresponding wit-th *a 119s
and as-- irtidua -=h-+ Po
preance, vital to the interests
Mace," Pravda -id.

besides France not tof'h
fled the project, twere ,.
Slon as to what. the Inxt.
wpuld be and whether U.S.*.'
tary Italy woold-be Mt I
While'Italian Pr.Mehl -
Seetba was lb to
from- his' vaEdtle b t ','
ings of Itallan policy vee J
fer Glusipe Sanacaped .
"a renuewedeffort" or' a
solidarity, ,
The frst re~am jte2J* tr.d
was tiata Bnew HewUI
be found a wuhili tb-thf
man rearmameet'a- it-
alai must beeiemw art.ralWi
West ..Ereeam alsale.
.. 4
-ThBurden owt It g 1*6isr
leaolp will certa=ly be n.
" the Manester Guard
lan a Id. ,
Dilplomats and. ews pap .f.0
ton Japan uM
jetm of DC as a bladr.
wiuld -weike' the U.S. driver
sia is,wel] as EuoZ a"
.otAsiurew haeBamsm
effect"' OB JaM s eoaBereL:v

pets o "".,
U .. e -a Stualt lSast.
(DMo.) e1 -ed .th
Western 'tQnla'i a.
He claute- fteaW t*A
ie defeat foritle iee wcaud.'

new soldi; Now, *te '.as
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Panama Is, this year's teacher 3d*ard :AWrGeS eU*'
special in whichI one techedla Huablna. lrttee a i
are then priority In assIgnment.NA dru Na l g
The Panama liner will arrive dsa hter; -aM. sblm. .
only' three days before the Long; and Mr..,aud *rL'J
oos are scheduled ed to reopen A. L PyoImsa; .
for the coming session. Walter MemI.rA MmTar 'M.
In addition to the teachers ,Doalda; I rt. MeNIf ; Mu ;
there are many n -knowna- J Natbih W, ;
ams Canal employee returning McNevin; Mr. mu uam
on the Panama from vacation D. MacLean Mad .Lon J
in the on stes. al t; Mtua i; wi
The complete advance passen- Berard R,. Mmn
ger list Sollows: Mr. and Mrs. HadroT J.'M
Mr. and Mrs. ohn W. Acker and 3 chldrn; M
and two chilIren; Mr. and Mrs. Monroe; Dorothy B.MAy;i
Arthur A. Albright and son; Miss Lols Moran ul loe ..and
AdAmary.Anderon; Mis LUllan Mr. and Mrs. DOnald-L MUnal. -
F. ard Miss HaUle Beavers; man and 2 children;
Mr. an.daMrs. Thomas r. Bougan Mr.-and Mts. Charles M. Nel.
andjgraadaon- Mr. and Mrs. L. son and 2 children:* j Ur
D. Bomain,,Jr. and Sldren; Edward F. O'Conel aduLp L t;
o.P.; n; Ma Brig- Mr. and Mrs. AdrdP.
hai; Mary J..Nube, Mr. and ningtonand. chDtmiren;
'Ms.Shepard Clarkard 2 chll- Mrs. Lloyd W. PEtezaa., i 2
drta:'ta es'ar. 1CyM; Hary children; Mr. and Mr m.Jamw i
F. Cody,-Jr.; Mr.;and Mrs. Hor- Pfau: Charles N;Vowef, J.r A"h
ace E., Coleson. and son; James L. Prahler; Mr. and Mn mel .
Crawford; and Ruth greasy; W. Rager and .4 c
Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Dean and and Mrs. Eest-. BL r a d
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Frank 2. children; Lee.A.'.%Rgb; 'MId :
J. Deoeer; John Patoua ica Rigy.; * MS. ,
!Anne AL. Dowd, Maymle R.. Ed- Vance Roger8: aUd.'eldn;
wards; Mr. and M s. Rodney E Mildred Sandri e; o a .
Ely and 2.children; Mrs. Krstan drote;" Mr. and'- n ,t
A. Everson; Clair i. Ewing and Seaqulst; Mr. and lMrs-
son: Mr. and Mrs. Webster .0. Spelr anad 2cldren: .
Fatrel and'2 children; Bihetvr. tindt~ Mary. p. a ;, and -A
Fergpson; James T. Ford' Bea-Dtmna Mae 4tuebe;
trice S. Gardner; Mr. abd Mrs. Kenneth B. Tucker: Mr gII*
Walter A. Gray and 3 children; Mrm clarence Vosbnrgh ard .
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Oregg! children: Lois Ann Wi
and Miss.Hardinla B. Gwathmey: and Mrs. Robert I. Walker
Sadie B. Haigh; Mrs. Gertrude 2 children: Mr. and Mrs. Alle
Halliday; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman B. Ward and 2 children;-M5r.
A. Haminond and 2 children; Mrs. MerrUll T. Webster and
Miss Bernadine W. Hanna; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald A. Wlbe
and Mrs. Willie J. Hatchett and Jr.- and 2 children; Josetl ne
2 children; Rosemary Hender- .Withers; Mr. and. Mrs. Joh
lson; Dorothy K. Henry: Ruth E. Wrliht and 2 3 children: Mr2&
iRoke:-Mr. and Mrs. William W. Blanche C. Writ; and Mr.
E. Hoyle and 3 children : Mr. and Mrs.' W. W. Ze osk ands d'4l
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) I alier is an actor in his spare time
nally realisd my greatest am- dm has a- flair for the dramatic.
.ifon as a moviegoer. But even his flair with the flare
, nt to a movie and bad a couldn't stop the gumdrop set
even-course dinner-shrimn cock- from shopti : "Wait until the fire
S4mo- eamig eherrie e- departmen he ars bout this."
vjaopeatmy center-section, polished aff the dessert In t*o
o4-the-aisle seat. g ps, wiped my chin and brow
A4.Mther esae,- though and t an made a hasty but unbowed
omidd haMve had ipermant scars retreat to the lobby lst as helley
0 Prove It Winters took over me screen.
An unsausecting, m rn-lovng The theater manager was there
uderice at the ui neino Thea- wLitig for me and he looked like
m-bat oo me 1eat and watch he h- just lost his popcorn Iran-
aen Wi ners a nI tn e Ste t clise, noM to mention his life sav.
e'. y t edoed waiter and the ings. He wha brave enough to let
,-On 'l-a ma- quab under glass me real, my burning ambition
ft their pian to eat a evencoursedinner in a
IBaut the anipoporne e m e n t movie the a t r e, but he didn't
cheered me t roug to the desert, c.unted onsome of his customers
The theater made refunds to ot getting the joke.
l eight Indinant customers
. leftin what tey said was a He was frantic about the refunds
About the 'tmeI. was .shiaing to eight customers, and then as-
i I Poto a of y popcorn in town. He even ivie
I was trying to prove that po. me back to the theater "without
le should not eat at the movies dinner.

and I claim a moral victory.
It was a one-man protest to pop-
corn-munching and candy bar-gul-
ping at the movies.
Here's what happened:
.My favorite Hollywood waiter,
Do Avaller,n marched down the
aisle with a snowy-white napkin
ovr oe arm,. followed by two
redcoatd assistants carrying an
iced shrimp cocktail.
It wasn't until the popcorn-lov
ers in the audience got a whiff
of the squab that things started
to get ot of hand. Someone filled
wlh hot kernels and the Idea that
he had paid, to see Shelley Win-
ters sin an! not to see Johnson
eat shouted:
S"elrl te bum o ut. We want
Another patron stood up and an-
W ced,-"' ving." He did.
.. p l o MI d u t o... ..

He was very emphatic about
this, and I don't blame him. I'll
have to admit things got rather
tense during the squab course.
How can popcorn compete with
squab under glass?
"'m sorry I couldn't wait to see
the movie. But here's my review
of the dinner: "Perfectly served,
well cast. The shrimp was out-
standing and may get a long-term
contract at MGM.
"The squab's figure was out of
this world and should go 'places."
The production was staged by
Ciro's, and Boss Herman Hover
may win an Oscar.
Headwaiter Avalier is worthy of

Mark (lark Urges

irl'W0if..ivq ln

23e cmi curunew ATLANTA, Aug. 31 (UP) -Gee.
iwas a theater's manager, Mark Clark, former commander
but for a different reason. "Hurry of United Nations forces in the Far
up," he w~spered. "Wipe your East, today urged a "get tough"
CMd, They want Shelley." pocy with the Communists and!
I made a couple of stabs at the said the Western Hemisphere
s buab and then the cherries jubi- "could stand alone" against Red!
14. arrived with a hushed rush. agoeresion if necessary.
Avalier. struck a match and lit the Clark told the .Atlanta Rotary
briady for the flaming desert. Av- Club that a "tough" attitude to-
N ward the Communists would do
[ q* r "^ 'more to. stave off a third world
war than a "soft" policy.
fiff i Pei '"I don't believe you could drag;
^,, l the Soviets Into a shooting war,"
I _WW M OD Ihe said. "They're doing too good
in the cold war to get into a shoot-I
ing war."
As far as the Americas are con-
Scorned, Clark said, they "should
take a good long look at the re-
6 "sources we have."
Said President Juan Peron of Ar-
gentina "indicated" in a recent
conference that "the Americas
should get together and adopt a
tough policy in regard to commu-
*"Mae ism."
Clark criticized the U. N. as too
Sy o .... m..l of weak to carry out its own direc-
tives and called it "a refuge for
a conversation with one person, thousands of Soviet spies." He
and another person Joins the called the Korean War "pathetic"
group,, give him a brief fill-in and said the United States should
such as: never again "piddle through" an-
"We "We were talking about'other conflict like it. I
Jim Smith's campaign," or, "I Clak, who became president of
was telling Bob about my plans The Citadel military college at
to go West on my vacation next Charleston, S. C., eArlier this year
.mdoth." after his retirement from the Ar-
i Sum ig up a conversation my, also said the proposed. de-
tar the late arrival is a quick, fense alliance in Southeast Asia.
4 '"- gracio gesture, i was "a step in the right direction."






Adbi Accuses Ike Of Failing

To Keep Taft-Hartley Promise

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CHICAGO, Aug. 31 -(UP) -
Democrat Adii E. Stevenson, in
* direct attack oq President El-
senhower, yesterday accused the
administration of sinking to a
"low plane" of politics in failing
to carry out promised Taft-Hart-
tley law revisions.
Stevenson, the 1952 Democratic
presidential candidate, aid Mr.,
Eisenhower had told voters, "u-
nio.-busting" provisions of t he
law should've -abolished.
."Well, they haven't been," he
It was the second time in three
days that Stevenson directly at-
tacked the President on the issue
of promises made during the pres-
Idential campaign of 152.
Saturday night at Sioux Falls, S.
C., he accused Mr. FAsenhower of
breaking "fraudulent, y n I c a I
promises" to the nation's farmers
n connection with the price sup-
port levels.
Stevenson yesterday dressed

I J cansot make the contract. If West
is given his trump trick he will
"_ ,switch to hearts and the defenders
.When you're playing rubber will take enough hearts to defeat
bridge, make sure of your contract the contract.
first and then let the extra tricks If South draws three rounds of
take care of themselves." trumps and then begins the dis.
This is a lesson that B. Jay monds, West will ruff the third
School in New York. Becker, whom round of diamonds and South must
his fellow experts consider the then lose threethree hearts and a club
most careful pi yer in the country, in addition to West's trump trick.,
sometimes uses the hand shown to. Becker then shows how the game
day as an illustration of this prin- contract should be fulfilled. South
ciple. '. must refuse to win the first trick,
West leads the jack of spades, 7The defenders cannot safely
and the average player pomces on switch to hearts, since dummy still
the trick with a gurgle of glee. has a trump to stop that suit. If
He expects to draw trumps and West continues trumps, or switch
run the diamond's, winning it least to diamonds or clubs for that mat-
five trump tricks, five diamonds, ter, South can draw the' trumps
and the ace of clubs. and make sure, of four trump
Our average player is doomed to tricks, five diamonds, and the ace
disappointment. After South has of clubs for the .10 tricks that 0e
drawn two round d'of 'trumpps, he needs for his contract.



Freighlers Run

Aground As Winds

Rain Lash Hong Kong
HONG KONG. Aug. 31 (UP)--

the opening session of the AFL Three freighters ran aground
Brotherhood of Electrical Work- in the harbor yesterday as 100-
ers national convention. M o re ille-an-hour advance of ty-
than 3,000 delegates from over the phoon Ida and torrential rains
nation were in attend nce. lashed Hong Kong.
"Te plain fact is thatthis has .
been a year of 'futility-or worse A fourth ireighters,. the
-in meeting what may be consid. Thonycroft, was torn loose from
ered the particular problems of its moorings and drifted aim-
labor-management rea tro n s," lessly inside the harbor before
Stevenson said. a tugboat got it in tow.
"Politis dropped to a low plane Marine police reported that
indeed in connection with t h is the freighter Northern was torn
matter of revising the Taft-Hart- free of a buoy and ran aground
ley Act. The Republicancancate on Stonecutter's Island which
said p carularly tha t h a tnhe lies inside the harbor and the
called 'union busting' prbvhions freighter Dona Lourdes was
of the law should be removed, dragged into shallow water near
"To peple there must be o casualties were reported
something painfully famiar a- and no estimate of any damage
thing will work out fine If you just
be quiet and leave things up o The Royal Observatory said,.
the management. meanwhile, that Ida was about
There is probably nothing in 90 miles south of Hong Kong at
this rumor I am about to start 3 p.m. yesterday and wa ex-
that as soonl as McCarthy Jenner pected to strike the China
and Velde get the Bill ;I Rights mainland, last night passing
taken out .ofthe Constitution. Sec- within 00 mlles of Hong Kon
rearies Wilson, Humphrey and The 100 nile-an-hour =uaF
Weeks are going to get a manage- bursting from steady winds Up
ment rights clause written," Stev- to 50 miles an hour churned up
enson ,said. ,,e e t, see. I the harbor and smashed waves
rumor referred the waterfront streets
Joseph R. MCCarthy (R-Wis.)a onto th t streets.
William E. Jenner (R-Ind.) and
Rep. Harold Veldo (R-n.111), who with strange pride, is levelling
head congressional investigating out, "he said.
committees, and Seeretaries "'Andt
Charles E; Wilgon of Defense, And the answer to unemploy-
George Humphrey of the Treasu- ment is only further hiddes -be
ry and Sinclair Weeks of Comn- neath platitudes about being 'con-
merce servatve in economic matters,
Stevenson went on to accuse the but liberal in human affairs,' "
administration of taking a "dis.- Stevenson said. The latter phrase
turbine attitude" toward unem- was a part of Mr. Eilsenhower's
ployment. recent speech to the nation In
'Don't worry,' they insist, Denver.
'the economy is as a matter of
fact only a little behind last year.' Stevenson said that "of "course
"Unemployment,' they s a i d there is not going to he a depres-
Unemoymvt,'th, yI sion in this country."

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Gov. Shivers Renominated

For Unprecedented 3rd Term

DALLAS, Texas, Aug. 31 (UP) Texas." Texans uphell his faith.
Gov. Allan Shivers, a succe.ul .Yarborough., who ln the first
de mocratic politician who gambl- primary July 24 forced Shivers i-
ed his political future by s u p- to yesterday's runoff, conceded at
Sporting a Republican President, 12:05 am. yesterday from h i s
today was renominated for an un- home at Austin.
precedented third term.. "We fought a hard, clean fight
e He defeated Ralph Yarborough, and lost," Yarborough said.
a "Loyal Democrat" who said "Words can not express the over-
Shivers betrayed his party, whelming gratitude I feel for the
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Shivers, "not only for Allan Shiv-loyal Texans who worked so hard
ers, but for Texas." The governor, and so long for a democratic Vic-
Swhose election in 'ovember will tor."
* be little more than a formality, There was a record turnout of
d issued the victory statement from voters for a primary election.
f his luxurious country home at The final report will not be a.
SWoodville, Texas., vailbable until late today by the
a Texas election bureau, early re
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Toronto 88 53 .624 NT-
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (lP)-Don't try to tell Montreal 79 58 .577 r u Kobbe Ca a The Clyde "Baby Face" Dan- N NAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
those pennant-mad New York Giants today that they9rochs e8 60 919 .t00uero, C ages leLlPet. ersTO Pd T-B tnru Tn I
h yrus e 6 6 00 s.bout oriinally scheduled for;NewYork 81 47 D- Ce d et
Antonelli deal with Milwaukee. Buffalo 62 7 .453 La l an erv c canceledyesterday when Daniels Milwaukee 73 54 .575 7 Ch0
,Richmond 55 84 .396 O nl aribUean vic failed to -pass a special fight Cincinnati 64 .492 18 Detrt 7 S
Antonelli today was the first fated WVashington, .I, on Ottawa 55 84 396 e In exhbion before e o .469 21 BSton "
20-game winner in the National Bob Turley's three-hitterm In memTE -DAY o PashibionsTs ru L, a 6 .4692 DWhlep 562 .42 37
League and the first lefty to win the only other major league YESTERDAY'SaRESULTSacommbsoiol xlCoae.phciago58689 .437 22 Washigton 2 7 41
20 for the Giantosince both Carl games. Richmond at Hs avana. (Phurnament This Saturday t tt gh 3 hlae
Hubbell and Cliff Melton turn- Cincy clinched Its game with poned visitors ailed to arrive O featewroeight c hampon of or4.--- l '"B
A-toellrayos xh Triiad, first f38 n r oxied two TODAY'S GAMES o
ed the trick with the 1937 pen- a four run rally in the sixth in because of bad weather...- -- Trinm. d, rirst oed two TODAY'S GAMES
nant-winrs. which Jimmy reengrass a stera recuse( t-CaapToanla hith wetCar Brooklyn at Miwukee
right on beating the Dodgers pitched eight hit ball to win his poned, rain. chFoampions of the Ant, will invade Forti. I1r t Watson and the mem- delphi at Cincinnatmore at Phil (TN)
just as if he never had taken seventh game against two de- Montreal at Buffalo. (Post-rKocbe this League, will invade For'niTa. rtles, e oa c e dee d otr the Psito aburgh at Chicago (2) Cleveland atNew York (N)
off that Giant unifor. seasTevcryput nn d in) d Forces Basketball orge lark, a graduate of E agAlt a fighter boxer. Chica ao at Boston (N)
night he smashed a three-run nt 3 t/2games in front of fifth poned, rain) bean Armed Forcel,- ot Stae Teachers CoaHkeurnb berl l'.ugaark G DARESULTS at Washine
blst In the seventh Inning at'place St. Louis and four ahead --... Tournament at Fort Kobbe, w in-zabetria, sr l amateur lightweight and kr m (Night Game) Dtr n(
Milwaukee to provide a 7-5 vi-. of the sixth place Philt nersof the Panama Area title lege, North' Carolina, are consi-
Milwaukee to provide a 7-5 vic- of the sixth place Phils. nes of h ionship seres a dered as strong as last year's t- brother of Young Finnegan, was New York 000 100 102-4 10 1
tory over the Dodgers. The Turley, who had a no-hitLer n Il t T t-of-fve r Ue-wnig five. chosen to box several rounds St. Louis 00 100 000-1 4 2
Giants, winning4-1 In St. Louis until there was one out in the l l) l. starton Saturday, and play The host Fort Kobbe Lifeliners with Daniels. Douglas then pro- Antonelli (20-3) and Katt. YESTERDAY'S REULT
on Antonelli's fine four-hitterdl sixth, enabled Baltieore to w i (-
on Antonelll's hineir first place, sw eep i ts three games with theI will continue on September 6 won the crown in the Panama needed to administer su a Jones (2-2) and arni.
thus boosted their first place sweep its three games with the a d will antdif necessary 0l and Area thil year by bestin a beating to Daniela that the ex- Cleveland 0000 500-8 8
lead to 21/2 games over the Dode- slumning Senators. Baltimore d nd, ed n strong Co Solo quintet 8-77 bton had tq be halted. (Night Game) Bowton 1014 11 0
es and stayed 71/2V, games inscored all of its three runs in III AU Leagues rU tll games will be played Inon th Sol o quinteit of play. The The Colon Boxing Commisson Brooklyn 101 100 200-5 12 1t G B
front of the Milwaukeemadca he fifth on singles by Jim Frdwon 7 gaes n the Fort Kobbe gym beginning on the final night of play. The had0 0x-n7 3i oNarlki. HBokins. Hooper
who are all but statistically out ley, Chuck Diering, Turley, and- at 7:30 p.m. mes In f ersar won 17 games Dnl2T s fht pending yes- 1 e kin (a-12),e Labo3 ne and Newho aer (s-2. Ors e arnd
of he run ning. IJim Brideweser, a walk t.o Cal Winners of 15 games In 16 starts. DnelsTeis fight pending yes- Erakine (16-12, La-1) N ora a n, ad bal by sector Lopez, Ottawa, Class tarts the Tortuguero Turtles terday's exhibition. Walker. Wilson, Johnson (4-1), Nag, g Nixon, Kinder
A nnnAbrams and a passedaballystartsnl La gs e is to ge te K I ,- -, .-s Th. e Commission also turned iJolly, Spahn and Crandall. (7-7) B and White.
the roaring Indians There were no other games ingboomed by manager Taft miners plenty of trouble. Tortu- promote tola" T or res (Neht Game) Baltimore 8
New York to open a thr- scheduled G rg neral r gueo h defending Carib- which would feature feather- PhilTadelphia 000 001 000-i 8 1 Washington 000 000 001-1 3 0
ame showdown with the sbean cham ., weight contender Isidro Mar,- Cincinnati 010 004 00x-5 111
vankees, they were 41% game YESTERDAY'S STAR of-the-Year honors. Willis Jonnson, Ken Robbin,, tines agalast lightweight Ho- Simmons (11-13,. Ridak and Turley (11-1-) ad Mos
1 front after anotherstirring J ohnny Antonelli of_ the b t ackrbhas bisenJsen ne n l n Sept.l 1 Lop.ata. Collum (7-2) and Semi- Stone (9-8), Pascual and Tipton.
vitory, 5-4 over the Red Sox.I.Giants, who became the Na- The third sacker has'been are t k thestrongI p a The proga was not p prv- n i l ck
in Boston. tional League's first 20-game clubbing the ball at better than Tortuguero team.ed because Martinez s already
It gave Cleveland an l-game winner with a four-_hi,4- e100, in addition to starring de- Johnson played f our years of n uner t or other Only games scheduled I Oly games healed
sweep in Boston'this year. thel victory over the Cardina. ,at Winston-Salem under cra ct to, meet Teriousnnl g2e-s"eul"
TahsClgiTnNortheCyre- .na U [ Benn- Ta n S,,.T nrs, p..^ f ? pound championship match Oct. --
that there since thme 1927 a Yn Benny Taylor, Beaumont, Clm lina and was high scorer in the 3 at the Colon Arena and Craig's
ToTe u eguz Utgeda n-a agan dLeagues' Leading Batters
"l' t, .other stormy scene along with ort Buchanan.
ne l ono o l his manager Mickey Livi nstonL teagues'I ed B

Idins trailed 4-andWillrd n Robbins was an all-SoutheastMa
Nixon was ppitchifl three-hit at Shreveport, Aug. 23, during a Conference choice in college for in any ontest before th It
shutout ball when the exood-T r a.1-inning battle won by Shreve-Ithe University of MI=sppI, *. j bou. Cr refused-to
ra outr baifted a three-yrunr and pyed service bia aFort minion.Rig-refusedto grant per--
ed typically. Hank Majeski, a O ile poltrt to 4. and played service ball at For
real oldster. lifted a three-run To i Jackson, South Carolina, during BY UNITEDI s
homer to climax the rally off After several arguments withthe paston A Score Or So ore (Based on 30o
reliever Ellis Kinder. Larry DobV Livingston, umpire Frenchy Ar- Linares holds many scoring
singled and Al Rosen walked to rA qg ceneaux (one-time Panama Pro- records in Puerto Rico. where he Giants AB R H NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R B PCT
start the rally and Vie Wertz ainst Dravo fssional League umpire) eject- has been a star for several years Lockman lb ......4 1 212 A Snider, Brooklyn ...............12 487 108 170 .349
singled in the first Cleveland ied the pilot and signaled police in professional ranks. IDark as... ...... 4 1 1 1 4 Mustal, St. Louis ...............128 47 108 171 .346
run. A double byJim2 Heean t to escort him from the field. A member of the powerful Fort Thompson 3b 4 0 3 1 4 May, New York ...............125 473 97 1 .33
the lead to 4-2, then Maleski Several innings later Ta- Ord, California, five which won Rhodes If 4 0 Mueller. New York ..............127 519 75 174 335
came through against Kinder. Horse owner Antonio Afniizo lr's temper flared when e second place at the All-Army iMas f ....4 0r 1 1 i0 Robinson, Brooklyn ............ 10 334 57 08 .328
At St Louis. iAntnell was in sa was today making final prep- wil hth tourney last season, Kevin Dug- u Mueosa er rf 4 w y wa -t
1-1 duel with rookie Gordon arations to file a damage suit; in was called out on strikes andug- ton Kattgl e a s 2 K0eoAMERICAN LEAGUE-
Jones when Al Dark singled Panama's courts against jorey he broke a batove the du Williams 2b 4 Noren, New York .............. 107 370 57 12 341
"insadew oei-i. ...gIosede allunfre oI-.. Wiliast2b... 1.1 r t Atl Clevelnod..............o11 48 9 93 155 .
home a key run I to e seventh filly ualu in hrevenort bats onto th St Antonll ..... 4 0 0 3 Ai vea ............... 46 93 155 .330
surance runs In the ninth, both the feature race of last Sunday'su' field and then tore the bat rThdo oasid K.nama .trfI Fox,i hicago.................e133 59 17 .
Wh h JiteyTprmf inallycalmed him and led pose two, surf-castingCardinas 0 Bauer, New .York.........
man Jim Rhodes after whiey The promising fllny was forcedpnal aed hi m an led n -n.Gam w e .e-----.---
7 ockman tripled and Dark and into the rail during the running n Taway d Livngeton were erto "Nfio Valdes" San p l" ri Mexic. (NA) Reanpulaski If .r.. 4
.tk Thompson .walked,. Antn- vof the race and received i njurie involved in in a gstonwi e re "lien Outpoints Vernon Hder Muspal rf .......43 0 1 1 0 .
felli struck e oit fivehand rarely that willrene sitatehlay-offof! year whedI no tht h tir inLightheavy FeatureHara a e ..Ste n el A dme.s rea.k

when Jack Ditt"er hit a three- Auizola consulted with law- and'a battery of policemen thad Penna snt d ooster moa r i n 1 ..k ic.t. eon2t
e inng homer to ye yesterday and was advised to be allied to bodily get them C h 1hon r c d oa........ 4

Cenckn t, bent on t ewing he "light" suspnson meted out Vibert lark. Pampa. Cla, C book to the body and head while for-all Sunday at Philadelphia. (Mays scored onerror by J.. or t abolit a sixth in the e e for the lst five
un foh place n the Na by the stewdsto Brav West Texas-New Mexico League, for some unknown reason Holder Harrdge has ined pitcher blonski in 4th). Doubles-Ma. Aerican Leaue pen- year The win alo mark the
Leau won ts fifth Bravo who rode High Heaven had a 14-7 record as of Aug.23. a lt o e Marion Fricano of the Ale T riples Lockman. Sacrifice- nan h me onh he
tre seventh -1 ov uble n the racegu was set down f hand-his left. 50 and teve Gromk of De- Jones. Left on ba ant 10 The Yankees trailed eveland total Tha h
by Peewee Reese nplus hi error be stated immediately. Clyde Parri, Elmira, Class A Vernon l n the maineventals Bases on ballAn- bfouandonhalf am o w eller for the leve
ut Brooklyn in front again 5-4. A representative of Angunzola Estern-Le gue, was one of three a Of the SColo amateu r boxinrd ott rdm tm pl erTTt ars 3n04h, ws1 the p(tihr whol
ut he took himself off the hook said this morning that the suit Elmira players selected for an cardo Sanguillene 1h n st

A A A A D A Tournaent Announed. Qu ver for decision n the first ManagerCasey en mtheda
CARACAwith his homer n the same will be a matter between An -star teaptember Themanagers of most-talked-about inm-rriesByUew York 000 100 102-4 his New York Yankees havethe
p m r t fwio d Sdo teur fighter., Herbert Douglas, ridge said "If this practice 'on n tme hho ben -p... r.te
frame after Bill Brutaon singled zola and Bravo solely. Mention t By LONG JOHN CRAMER Young Finnegue. scored repeatedly with so id lefts continued it could only ret a a e a.lmos

Se held the fans snce the beginning o the American Leagueritten for Serice for than ob Gri
eaTh oe Adco walkored. Duke w d h allaoehea t wias coen toeholddtohthe mid ec..... Ameitean BLeaO A :15 -pr esid endot mls. In h:a
Snider hit his 34th homers fr ment circulating that Don An- down the third baseon h s of hit .38 for Quebec in the Canaover- as f ined for in his w ords o alk, Dark, Moo. gotta win every day from no Mua hst
the raofks nthe first Inning. tono- qualifying play during the pe-disstidifed with han dague, was transferred withlefto "conduct in charging a free- RBI-Jablonski, Dark, Rhodes the nd ra onty and 500th double In the opener

Cincinnati, bent on sewing the light" suspension meted outVibert Clark. mpanclusive. ClWells C hook to the bodyost for Wells-ad whichle for-all Sundecipitated a brPhiladelphia.t (May scored on error by Ja- straight American Leaguof Sundays twin bill with G
up fourth place in the Na- by the stewards to BravoWestor some Ithunknown reason Holder k tharride basiied ia th E em n w en 4th).th tha ma r

sstn exatn ew Molepage, i 15 A. r m p ha fd or D blesma n ant Imahtota.i Thattiehi
tonal League, won It fifth Bravo, who rode High Heaven had a 14-7 record as of Aug. 23 fought all ght with only one Marion Fricano of the A etics Triples Lockman. Sacrifice ti em h a i

nd one forand-his l the eeft50teen. The50 Steve rek f De- Jnes. Left Second the
Hihtge"ne the yerheinht thr a a oear. will Ced- | o d be nalls-g no
plum. 'CuWest Texas-New M e x I c o len, 128 decisioned Juan Scott, broke out after Fnicnos hit Oro- tonelli 3. Jones 4. S-Antone. I nin today. And Casey says- -enghIs te p
League, had won 21 glmes and 126. Substitute Luis Walker was mek on the leg with a itch. The ItQ5. Jones 7. Runs and earneDdB'Ioottadmitmyhplayersar coach Lm ON
lost 11, up to August : stopped in two minutes and 30 Tiger pitcher charged te mound runs-Antoneld 1-1, Jones 4r3. put Ing out good and plying o nr
SaddlerrScorstKOoTt seconds by Alfred Larry. Walker andAa wild meleefdl(-. Hehasss g o

cent0/annddLarc aK lr one.W.P.-Antongood ball. But It ain't ointo to a
cameinAmdorAGoLarClatbon 1o4d hyersweejected. e 2 .L.P.-Jones (2-2). o us a darn bit ofg dasOng
OiAlongB FTed ak irwayso1143/4. Edwin Sykes,10, scored Atsayl eaHarridge as Cleveland keeps winning."' Sunday, ams 48,000
berto Ottey, 104%. Ernesto Mar- cano has been-inhhs wdordegaes andd It' mmed ito the paktobre

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S. '- NEW YOR Aug. 31 (NA)-
', *'.!;'~5O (we Tcoilege ghme.
J' ...' JVI w JL *1 tiYr1.--, lany slaWs for nothing more
: manrom and found and from
i "e ; -1. At. *- o .a week speudiag ma.
It ,,A- e. O g a bad nate it st or ey, always ttechance that
"n I.. .. .(Luc-ey will be loppe off the roste'
are ad St Tojee iu Abe orestan e, Is watibtt the first champio"shoth
Van ast e to blow a Iup to new, however, th near. fired.
by Friham =ss e pla has tem lat disei_- rade. Meanwhile the clubs play from
"Maybe it altnt worki right," manager Casey tngel saw, five to seen exhibition games be.
hopefully. fore crowds ranging up to 94,000,
-"It 4oes em n curiouss" nodded GM George :Weila. "Th sIs 4 suma SMat wln ooTOK in the A-
the tmeofyer th y lode. Star Ga at Chicago's der
...... s .k 1 at21 toght," con foA te presidentt Dan Wisd, Au, & The Rsams and
Topping. ifI h* doesn't know nobody Will." Wasm0 g edskns played tu o
In Mr. Top s world, no more is required of a delphic le oi' sA mles, Aug. 18.
oraele than a indly greeting, a V table and a jigger of LAnd t'a thr remote g a-t.
l'/ nt p. rouod scramblig for their e m-
The Yankee faith In the reputed tendlacy of the Indians to' sugar. The Chicago Car.
Vept Ih small bits, liks an upended jig-saw pattern, when the finals, for example, played three
pennant, rm e reaches the streh turni undrstandble, for if games in eight days--heat, cd
something akin to-th s doesn't hapei winter will come eSary t nirel and all. hery tickled
to the Stadium thinsyear. the Green Dy Packers in Min-
nespolis on $aturday, the Ch-
The plain ftat Is that the Yankees, as well as the Dod tcago Bers I C h at t anooga
have almost passed the point where they can win for themselves; the next Wednesdzy and then sktp-
the Indians and Oiants .must win, for them-by losing. ped all the way to Spokane to
T.ue. the Yankeet havi t ve nes left with the nldimas, engage the New York Giants. And
but this in not the kind of Yatkee nt you would boldly bet on no salaries for the Cardinals' mad.
to make a clean sweep. And the ainme goes for the Dodgers and agement to pay.
th a*reaWn n Rame they have wi the Olantse. The nob etes don't se a
payday until after the league ses-
The ace-setters also h e a 10th main t the lineup these son tarts. A freshman Ineman
asy--tm calendar. Bvy dayd tt paseas from now on with- gets about $$000 for alln the pre
out siffetla g theit position represents an added advantage liminary sweat and 12 champion.
wh!chl s not reflected in the figures. It maxns the Idians and shi -ame frsAt yearjback el-
Giants are one more day closer to the promised land and, lees around and the public.
conveTsely. the contenders are onemore day farther from It. city. A quarterback is in the beat
Yankee fans are warned not to bank too heavily on a total position of all. .
-Cleveland collapse. This weak apine rap go. batk to 1940, the TOP DOUGH IN the money
year of the Cry Baby rebellqn, when the Indians were ranks s around $17 500 and you
team In the league, but lost cause they concentrated more a haveo to be a. iz, a nm e and an
hating the manager than winning games. This was a defeattractiomm to g t it, for t hat's whatv
that couldbe charged to stupity ju venility, or what have you, Sammy hugh Ireported tohav
s t ack o coilectefro mtheRdskinsand
but certainly not to lack of raohM@. "ISid Luekman from the Bearn.
THYT DON TOLD Both, you will notice, were pas-
T. T ru--. /sing quarterbacks. The avera qge
Let's check theo recent trt ru and see Just how he professional

did. Despite the fact that they dropped the first seven games ly $100, against a substan-
they played with the Yankees, they finished the season with bal in major league bas. -
them all even. Cdmng down the stretch, they won 20 of 24, ffhand, t would seem that t
Including a clean sweep of threeover the Ynkee whos tring poessionals would use a playersI
of 18 straight earlier In the year virtually decided the pennant t committee such as they have n
before July 4. big league baseball. The baseball
r ,] players' committee won a lot of
SThe nation's experts named the Indiana to win In 10952. the concessions organized the pension
only time they put them ahead of the Yankees since Stengel plan and whatnot.
began his run. They won 18 of their final 21., yet lost by two The only extra swag profession.
games. They trailed by two and one-half games after Labor al football players get comes from
Day and the Yankees refused to come back to them. Against 70 per ct of the net receipts at
the Yankees, they were 10-12. Admittedly, they failed to beat the play-off game, which is divided
the club they had to beat often enough. If that means they between members of the first four
folded, then they folded. Perhaps one reason they failed was clubs, as is baseball's World Be.
that Bob Feller had the worst season of his career, winning only ries loot.
n'ne games. The year before he won 22 to lead the league. Owners take the position that|
pre-season exhibition receipts are
RAN TRU E TO FORM necessary to defray expenses and
to tide them over a rainy Satur-
The Indians were picked to finish third in 1951, and fin- day night or Sunday afternoon or
ished second to the Yankees, five games back. During the two.
coute o the campaign, however, they provided more ammuni- _
tion or their critics. They went into the last week in August JACK MARA OF the GIants
leading By three games, then blew six of the next eight. In a points out that a year ago it cost
show seiesn te tadi tey were turned ba in b ore than $ 0,000 to the
,game Dwn the ,they won n l three otu ght, while Giants at Gtaus Adophus Co-
tcel akees Were wng nine of alee, S. Pete MIm The Polo
What bums! Pe10kps. But keep in mind they weren't sup- Gtodnder went to SmOre.,
6osed to finish higher than third. And If Hank Greenberg this trip, President Mar estimat-
hadn't foolishly traded Minnie Minoso for a red vest and an old Sixt.the burns, arr75 .0.
pair of rubbers (he hit .326 for the White Sox that season) the Sixty steak burners a re arted
race would have been closer, at least. along. Trans th rutcho ill n
The Indians were fourth in 1950. third in 1949 and first in S me,one hab vet tche t ri h in
1948L' The manner In which they won in '48 was eloquent tea- fmeone ha sef'l t'ogt rich tI in ,,l

ON E ,HOOF.Fullbeck lddie Price isn't holdingl up Bill Shipp. left, and Earl Pubmam, ns _W
OtWAve, weighs 275 pounds. Putnam of Arizona State at Tempe is six-six and comes in at more than r
300. (NEA)
feet *_v,-------- i un a O -- ..............

Theatre TV Still Is Only Scratchingi

Huge Pay-As-You-See-It $ JackpotI

NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (NEA)-
The ways and means of getting a
big payday for a gu for fighting for
the heavyweight champiohship of
the wold take in lot more than an
angle-playing manager or a ticket
and publicity-hustling promoter.
You have to go beyond the usual
people in thein the fight business to fig.
ure out how much it will be worth
to Rocky Mareiano and Ezzard
Charles when they step into the
Yankee Stadium ring for 15
rounds of fighting onept. 15.
You begin'with a shr0t-sleeved
guy hanging onto a telephone in
a Madison Avenue office. That
would be Nat Halpern, whose The-
atre Network Television outfit will
pipe the fight into some 70 thea-
tres this time.
This set-up adds over 200,000
seats to the floor plan laid out by
the International Boxing Club's
seating people. The fact that all of
these are located In such spots as
La Crosse, Wis,, or Chicago,

Sat itrantiseo '48pf e others
had B earrings.
Professional foqhl is a rough
and tough -rac~ke it the com-
batants aren't beaten over the
head with a club until they play it.

i n .

timody to' their spirit and determination. They were four or owner, although business picked L v 0(8 Penior
five games out following the Labor Day double-headers. They up considerably the last couple of
led by one game but were beaten by Detroit on the final day. years. The successful formula is,
This sent them into a sudden death playoff with the Red Sox, of course, a winning team and fair I
which they won, 8 to 3, sparked by Lou Boudreau's four for four, weather. A couple of stormy Sat-.
including two homers., urday nights or Sunday afternoons Soft ll League
can be disastrous. Four outfits
So don't hold your breath too long waiting for the Indians showed rather important profits ---S
to fold. This is.the first time since 1 4M that they have had as last season -the Detroit Lions, THE STANDINGS
Vood a team as the Yankees, or, as appears, a better one. Cleveland Browns, Rams and the Teams W L Pet.
I I W T-__- 10 1 r S

Ideal climate for your vocottisI

i andd Quito

Syou'e a go@Hr,I po.3 oy plon kb a
of Coro pihosu -@ hakIo

0 b's dwcArdm I uaw, conean ca"ry- pbh-
Mea sid AIpw*I. Evwy dwrch k a mammin bN.



For wonderful scenery, a taste of ancient
civiliation and bracing climate, fly to Quito
and Cal, only a fow hours away on any p0e0 o
Ptatra's 4 weekly flights now pressurized
DC-6's* twice a week For deep-sea fishing aid
bathing take a side -trip to cool Salinas and
Plays, both off-shre froimaGuayaquil, just 3
huts ar sIW ,fr the ibat af Panama on crack
8 &In fw Anvimmno Or thrifty M1 NIfico flights.

S 20556 S. -

Navy C

Vieja 10
1 Troops 9
"ommsta 6
Moemrna 4
k 11

Wednesday: Oficina Moderna
vs. Norge.
Thursday: Special Troops vs.
Navy Commsta.
' Friday: Carta Vieja vs. Qficina
AB H Ave.
C. Jansen (OV) 41 16 .390
M. Sorgente (NC) 36 13 .381
G. Raveneda (CV) 45 15 .333
T Peterkin (Norge) 49 16 .327
. Morgan (OM) 40 12 .300
R .Cx (CV) 35 9 .257
Norge 7, Navy Commsat 5
Norge 4, Special Troops, 1
Arthur Lee's Norge aoftballersa
copped the championship of the
La Boop Senior Softball League
for the second year in, succes-
sion when they defeated Navy
Commata, 7 to 5, Friday, and
tripped Special Troops, 4 to 1,
A bitter struggle is on for sec-
ond place honors between Spe-
cia troops and Larry-Chance's
Balboa CartaW Vija. Sharing In
the limelight the race for
Individual batting honors. C.
Jansen leads but Is hard pressed
by Sorgente of Navy Commsta.
Bach player has one more game
to play. '

Rai, TravOg

NEW YO Aug.. m -(UP)-
Rain and traveling difficul ties
caused by weather conditions
I3ternhatinal Leia" _.
The Roehe.teala,: use and
Montreal-atB3fiala tests were
postoned because e rain. The
Richbond-at-Havafla game was
postponed beeaue poor weather
delayed the vistig team's plane
I double-feader it scheduled to-
igh at Havana and Buffalo wil
play host to Momtrain t wo
games. Toreto is t Ottawa in
tonight's other game

McNeece Another Example

Of How TV Rushes Boxers

NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (NEAI -Jmore and he Is moved up to six.
Teddy Brenner assures you that Then all of a sudden, the
Billy McNeece is a guy they matchmaker asks the manager
will be positively raving about. if he wants a Tiger Jones, a
Brenner is Pierre Langlol; or a Joey Giar-
the chap who dello on top. .
I: ^Hmatches up all '
M those upsets The customers are wild about
Bat Broo kl y n' a the Acomparative peagreen, break
nrEastern Park- down television sets toseehim
way Arena. again. With a modicum of sea-
sonin. everybody know him.

"Irish Bi 1 1 y Until too baly busted up. Billy
McNeece figures McNeece will be the hit Tdy
as the hottest Brenner predicts.
attraction we've Custle D'Amgto ha& done a
come up with splendid job of ratIn 19-year-
since Hurricane old Floyd Patterson the Olym.-
S .i. ....- Tommy Jack- plc champion, but tbe rooklyn
Sson," he insists, handler is a man of infinite pa-
Billy MeNeee Young Mc- tience.
Neece, now 145 pounds, is' what There are no small o bs tin
Is known In the trade as a which a budding beak-buster
crowd-pleaser. In fact, as view- can take his time lea-rntg his
ed against sturdy Garth Panter, trade.m "-n ""
he was too pleasing for his own if he gets belted too much too
good. The rough and tumble early, its just too bad.
Mick with the reddish-blond The television contract has to
locks Is positively insulted if the be fulfilled.
other bloke misses him. He has
the sign of welcome on his chin,
but gives the other fellow a re-
ceipt for everything received. So,
as per usual, he was a blood-
spattered victor over Panter.
McNeece Is another striking ,-,
example of what television does i OPEN
to boxing. McNeece, you see, u R D I
has had only 13 professional T U A I
starts and the last three have OrKiNl 't.f |
been nationally televised main SHOCKING Bm-W ,lR
events. __ ON THE SCREENI


I-kk .-.

ce has a corking left
A i t, .*M-a fn%,A I.. In8 b D U i

doesn't bother anybody at a I1. years in existence, his theatre tel. heat of battle. He just naturally
They still are paid for, you see. vision idea has been the only lends himself to all out war.
Theatre Network Television han. feasible method of pay-as-you-see Tommy Loughran the old light-'
dled the last Marcisno-C h a r I e s I television. heavyweight leader who tele-
bout and the revenues from it add- In 1949, Halpern came up with casts from tihe Eastern Park-'
ed s o m e t h i n g like $47,000 to his idea for pay-television whilql way 'and other pugilistic pundits
Champ Rocky's. purse, working for a "major network. A stamp him as a remarkable per-
Harvard Law School grad, he former for one of his experience.
"Actually," Halpern points out, quickly found himself in the mid-. ut th e lad requires a lot more
"that's just scratching the top of die of the fight business with his of ld a lot oe
the till. There are something like new gimmick. Irvin Cohen, realizes that the
18,000 theatres in the country. We His business has branched, o( I voui Cter re realie lothatof the
used 61 theatres in 45 cities for the course, to a lot of other things be- youngster require a lot of th
last bout. What we're looking for- sides boxing, but right now theeiht-round matches they used
ward to around here is building up title fighttholds a monopoly on his to have at the smaller clubs.
our network for a fight of this sort efforts. But where am I going to .ut
ton something like2 50 theatres 'But where am I going to out
Ifto something like theatre for as. And there is more than a pass- him?" asks the man who handled
fight will reach fantastic propor- ing chance that such things as the Rocky Graziano. "There are no
tins. In fact; it would bly World Series, which is to appear, small clubs for me to stick him
kil boxing, except for the taxes. for free, on the face of your living in. And the six-round fights he
f a guy were allowed to keep ev- room wall this year, will come un. was making -at $150 a clip--
erytbin he makes from a deal der his theatre plan in the future. were so crammed with action'
like that, there would be no rea- baseball has two years remain. that the promoters and fans
son to do anything but retire and ing on a contract with a national wanted to see him on top. He
count his money. sponsor for the televising of its won all six his six-round fights.!
The Marciano-Charles encoun- World Series, but Ha lern already The only step alter that was
ter is the 11th championship bout has pointed out to Commissioner to take a television date. I just
Htalpern has televised. Only five Ford Frick the higher amount of have to watch who they match;
___-" __ ,_;__ "-_ -__ television revenue available from him with and have the trainers
his sources. teach him as much as possible.",
"The screen itself," Halern ---
points out, "is a big reason for Our TV devours boxing's young.
success so far. You get two guys Here is a fine prospect out of
IaLIl fighting across a 60x45-foot screen the Army after a four-year,
A el Aw din a movie house. That's a big pic- hitch, where he did quite a bit'
ture." of amateur boxing, who wants to1
Ag DIfl- f-u- And a rosy one especially fight. So he starts off in a four-f
A l mllo 6yM when he gets those 2000 theatres, rounder and looks good. A few.

The closing of the summer re-
creation program at Balbot
gym. included a presentation of
awards to those boys and ghA*
showing outstanding skill, iO-
F movement and sportsmanship
in the summer activities.
In. the 5-8 year old group the
following received certificates of
merit: Leslie Clark, John Mora-
les, Beth Rose, Kathy Rose, Jer-
ry Brennan, Robert Burgener,
Robert Schildnecht.
The 9-r2 age. group produced
several medal winners. The fol-
lowing boys were selected as the
best all-round players in their
basketball leagpse: C league,
Don Noble, D league, John Mor-
ris E league, Buzzy Rathgaber.
Bowling medals were .award-
ed to Tom Cunningham, most
outstanding boy in his group;
Buzzy Rathgeber, most improved
boy in the group; Lynn Kiel-
hofer, most outstanding girl
bowler: and Kays Sargent, most
Improved girl bowler.
There were also many fine
archers in this age group, and
the following received medals
for proficiency in this activity:
Lynn Klelhofer, George Trail
and Kevin Sheridan.
Among teenagers competition
was keen in all events, but the
most hard fought was the bowl-
ing league. The following -boys
and gis received tr as
mBmbers of the league winning
team: Bill Jarvis/ captain, Fair-
lee Skinner, Shirley Barlow,
Gwen McCullough, Charlotte
-Herr, Carrie Miller and Bob Eg-
gleston. For scoring the highest
number of pins for the season
IB JJarvis was awarded the
bowler's medal.
In the teenage archery group
June Barlow was the outstand-
ing girl and Bill Jarvia the out-
stabding boy. Archery medals
were sles awarded to Shirley
Barlow and Bob Klelhofer.
State College, Pa.-(NEA)--I1-
linois and Holy Cross, Penn State
football opponents this year, a p-
pear on the Nittany Lions' sched.
ule for the first time.


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CXOON, Aug. 31 (UP> Five
a yth Reds a while Let the p ople know the truth and the nw y is sate:- b Oraham inco n.
on a beach outl near
SeAraJue AirPAAeM laJu r.;nTte.,L i
Sfredwithin p hours, TWiENTtM-NINTH TSA PANAMA, 3. s .e Tow getoST 31p 195

+.ltee b^l a r bnes arexImpurtent, Rech reord thelled rto o ms caRl in.sbep Sxos InL r 1 k --l
oReo mhhovr the a An Vr-
a tQu l N h]'on, south r V ober ex en re bD ;, n hc b h ao ob
rt 165 Miles south of e corh OftRPc-Rer
we19 knd up2b0 miles northeasteR

Si f te oench rebtnonn with Panama, are more u stifle e o to the s by the canal and ir l t
i' t1+ ..en nl eri ets o rtant thans of th e r.I in idr ad serviFes. CoAHd to o t O e rn Ie + burns
against athe ommuns opy of the speech has ben iltons between Panama and the transiting the canal, e is
I or o the ued River Delta se ,,

up for the main exchange. Tine in a t he SCongreonal "Differencest an0 mitilol "A an be seen, a very large o
The Americans R&use of;I eends t.ves ul of Panamay and athoe solae tome 05 tmni ttonof the diferoa. p"was
th1 5i00or so Air Force tedhn 2 that American relatost have the vision wobsee. ho te tapotn evenoPanha ena Cana_ m .o _

Sstaonte atrmml tu eE na nord. e exi bmportantt they could net hep portion of Panama' national Seven P anama canal a 1920, whnl she wa employed as
e mm aid ad basntr into Discussing first the I.mpoSke.rta.ce b exist one in whichSome of th an e I irmfo 3e o e nUdno e yath, wn l the ah serative no the Accounting
?ie ws. .-l onh ad h few of the can-l s a defense ame t encs of the pat hsa e been and Its actrh cities. Both Panama organization at the dosenof Department- oa e left the service s-on.
e t rabase arnd a peacetisome, such as our anolved thor eliminitedstated, othe and the United States recognize buses today. They wl be re In 1925 and W reemployed our
e rom the Tourane y es othn to say part of continue, and in factdobtedly as the e existence of this situation ented with retirement cero- years later In her old position.

S s erm. lato the spteen.chPanama and the ton between Panama and their turn trano t On onthe cant place testing tl.heir any years of bureau n and since 19
Ssasen to Unitved on the Isthmus Panaas econm n jeopardervce she ha held the ot Statesh en excellent.
Sthe ai carrier "they ain e and importngAt pres ent, foral talk are of factor or which it canhave Those whose names ar on the roll lerk n the rll Branc
w e re tpck ae of the by..m and itsaope 0thg on C between th eo con he conol, while on themother retirement list or Aunal emp, loye1920he n she was to make heras
S e while .efiri carbines In D i t c n finrto iersdow buto try and resolve some of hand, the Uns derived foStates s nat n sitions at retiree -and the home in an the AccountingY.
Saves va described as a nd few of the c oceal ths a defense asset ences of the standinve problems. In y position nor dotes t a r organization at the ngth of theirclose ofDepartmentShleftthe service
Wgaa from the TouLane base. +and'a peacetime. arteryo.,h p. solved or eliminated, others and the United States recognize business today. They will be pre- In 1925 and was reemployed four

e er kes gan e of Pantosade fro opinion, te points of t hrie existence o f this permanently nation se noted with retirell, enal mert- olyn years later wa bo in Newher old postun.
had e swimln under canal. The georphlcal lo tion that at time-may loom so theresblity for the'econo- chance, Commissary Ilvsaoon" .11 York City and entered yh Ca-
A vU.S.J buatsthyae no of the .Re ubD 0 of Panama a e'b time goes o te ones will o- and both nations wish e e one month and nine dys. nal service Nov. 2, 19e as a
Sthey duid n thave spokes- patio betW on Panamad Carse tobe solved out nl her turn. t so. On one handitplaces iam their many years of burema in ith e Locks D 13ision e19
toave the base, nor the act t t loed ting smooth level of d e of Panama's rom the eo keeper, toreo Division 27 He left the service one the following pa
a rno. c a t the nauralnros g of rets, r y comprehension a ad o a definite goal for both years, nine months and on t ear atr was reemoll Bryed ans
oi htn hoobeteen the etwo coun- 1h notl, while on thesother retirement list f. r &, Lst 1 thi e Dvns to make her
-t S etnam ""ses were e ..tion .of e t ^ eViwee t oe t and resolve some o fhand, the United States e n sit ons at retirementand therd bombr which crashed in e deert wme in attte PlainsN.Y.and
Swho reported seeing th ae o^ g.real thio s th e trl and puroeicn10 over dlp tremendously in this re- rohn J. Molyneaux, iiven ory but most o h1 erce has en at Biggs Air Porce Base. El ao, Te, lies scatter oveta wide
ebeachwas described as at and pA neatethe-iootsang be in mhe a pictionnd It hn oftheir service follows:

*ct steledr onle, w her Am e aneopPa at on th er on iore. the po peaina htso anfc-arig to a p erma e .The ao henon eant stockman, e o rneas wa boe red n in N
4shad gone swimmin undercana. The georaphical -ate a n o at at times may loons the responslti ablity for th'econo-a Commissary Division 1i York City and1 entered the Ca-
ais of the Rew ic. of Pa na large between us do so only be- mic of Panama. e mo ntannine nal service Nov. 2, 19as-
was on dutoou the a ispokes- proximity totheUnited't cause they stand out Incatr t Theose ecoml indepon- Wiiamra. k, general store- foreman In the Locks Division.
Wand the fact tnat Ito is loCgted to the existing smooth. level of deuce of Panama frombtheca- keeper, Storelhouse Division; 27 Heleft the service the following
After the absence o thed m e, ats th e narace id f routes, elolandeveryday comprehension and pal nts definite goal for. bont years, nine months and seven year and was renplyed i-
Asntedoan the ncerhof-June between the two 'oresto anama, rin. her so rs

Sdetacment ws w dith- e te I u ooperait to to te h t echni assistne clerk, eof the ,er vihas been kn for
R d rawn from Tourane. Pl1 1as ws insure s i.c prevented peSable delays, har- dynasto and democratic Preso -ee May 22, 194oi when.he was the, nd of this month who en- Enlistedmen and officer of away from the final performance
whe ma riotr exchange w ne gd states, Panama be ts, grannoyane, and StaInjury ent, ose nit SReton emps ed y a s pipemitter In the terpd the service before the Ca- e S Tarawa a tantly whch the saeyor wct ehdngtol n
owovaredto bemovr tm towthr a meeeo In ts Jn Meuanvnt ray lumsoouslyfhserie whose ah.nesh ats at Co ssaDivision. AlF of his n a complete He r v r t ,he described as "he aw to

SSwith only rflondte her fellow nations and compos- portion^^ a en ully observed adS^ slices been with ha~t divi. work Mrh as a cPa i the4both hav ever. come to Air ZeaF Re
Sthe beach Inin shoroner ner a the le e cnl and the treedowingfruitful rpee 9- clerk, Plant inventory andAed rwith th e Motor Transpor theatria. An engine and a tt dutyland." *
trunks, and later re Paa, likethe united eUnited ate n res s iey ef teld of a t- and has served taff; continuously Hen haDivisio, bee employed as a t- The Tarawa, which arrived at fighting ship. '
hThe high command sanoue-nced ,s, hasoontanbuted much to Pan- temat b the Communeits to since h a that capacity. He plans Pan, e toremans d in Angu stte Ithmud yi i two
h1 of turh e o eW 'D0 00 pmortse areh a it ote of Pnaouana and o tohea c- oss of this program, in ad- Commissary Division; 31 years, 193 to bthe Plant Invemr sinc ada h
Sh prisoners an d adre- pl ria h in t tivitles commuftheresidents of -the dcon- to keep the good willnof thic and nine monthwas born Abiene, Kan. He continue his residence part eaw route to
only 5795 rench Union at our e tomnta ese tribute to Panama's cen- ministration and ofthe e He was first employed as a clerk In Panama. Jacksone, lorida on the last
Spfanaml tand wth the flow of people o lesaaa sand m- who selIminortl at points Agency (Term inals Division) in White, a native of Ivy t Depot The 27,000ton attack carrier's v

o f t Unted St.ti an yhe Unted Na l ployedin the Canaloeheavy "In closing, I waih to reiterate May 1926. He r signedd from the Va., a bean viror e advanAement and w the advanAmeni
g to Toure tinv American States and com nications acr 'n the complex b of our relations reemployed other following years. mautureomter Ion the Comissary heatrcals is contained In the rsw
VI 6 intereaonataotl bodies were her "ted defense ercee the con i tbe adeiToner, Navigation revision; 12 SealY, a native oflodgetown, O

Aftr te armistiwasgned vote voice u nd t o pretiris t "oThe united State han built emphassisde ment he -as transferred totthe BaIoa, Ancon and 'Crlntobal musical the Tarawam has Bresent- ^r inBa alt heed
Sd h'men ma t y times no r sizeon. everan andema attitudets of war. C friendly antrd has been contivenuouly Ke transferred d to the Motor Trans- With talent. from t
IIfr oomToan 5e twt Panama0is o oour side. Just a "cooperation, d good have"Panamatoday g ewee loyed n a un snc has a strong, saw, ., entered the Cnal ev the oyone of those retiring, atal
Them pt b rme xwangi oina living peacef p s annoyance, ando njury Ident, ose Aton et be toon, empld various pipositterions in the d terod the transferred to the t. director, plots the a how around h nite'Stato e
onlt a be i o e. They have rewinred tha seriously hamper the wh stressedOn vis ion and has been assigned as Hope fuel handlinS plant as a bus tour of the USA starting t e GeriW Malons (Ne-
Gexete French Union pr onersin ifferenes re thaonand defense full obsveds individual ihts er hasobeen with thst divi- 1wr -Mreh 101 ansp cre r- wrd ormaisco, both have evr coe to
t E serenhUnni an peaefu anner. t fe- ff c t 1e aa P and the freedoms of spd'el andslot.g me was promoted to gtner-pairman. srvicerrecord has theatrical and no d uy la
Sroinreedd-aoos rtim and whe at the same 'tie aI mechanic December 1945 bn bkoken on three occlao, tasks. r arre

Sa nced O e lie he a Te !he United StatesIn return ssevely restricted tny at- and has servednko Shentinuously H ite has well kn employed a his aru- The Tarawa, whicharridic t t
The as i cond ani tS ne at o nas contributed much to Pan- tomal tere to the Communists to since In that capacity. He p rlans san,. patr, storeman and stock the Isthpmus oyestery forem
a t ofSr skama. It developed the cities of furerheir crim spCerem- to ontinueyhis residence on the ma Most of his s rvicebb has day stay here, tasted the
h pdtrisned rs andrhadre-oa that se Is wlngtr h tpe-anamaandColonIntohealthy,tons. We shouldexert ourselves Isthmus for the present been In the Commissary Division. anal tod AdIs shed usled t- Aei

pra isiners. si t omian d in t lvble communities D. Itan Ens con- to keepthe goodwillof this ad- FlnkWe s .born In Abilene Kan. He will continue his residence a orrowstr pn row
Ather provisions i575 Frencreh Union ator sadt. ltrlsh teader at the Feli Onama's len- ministration and of the large He was first employed as a cl erk in Panama. acksonv e, Florida on th ea progress
aton for a widow w rights should that be necessary. turyhat nor Madrid, Who teaes English of Panamanian people In the Receiving and Forwarding log it received a lt of gold merican Highway and Its feeder
from P to a forade- t doubtfull it anyone could de- at the Panama Clt High School ItA cT il vo) Whiteso native of Ivy-Depot re criticism, the show cars lines
t parentnd from 5 to dbeate st out.. to reaUnite a of Manual Art, depart for i Itrala, and is a naturalized Amer- termed a success and It as
tIon and In theh if both rgat arevizaton of played inthrtical problem in he Canal Zone heavy "In closing, I wish treterate May 1can citizen926. He resigned from the Va., began ork with the Cmany yearl decidfoed tat furthe r perform an* A *
S.These beNefl eeetl at a d r es of Panamanian goods that the sco the.varietyand Service in August 1928and s of get service before his em a- aneeawould be givea nor dAn y v ID S A1nVeS
s. ** complexinternaties and potential di-e h the canalIts employeand the complete of our relations reemployed the following 1941, as steering the Comissary heatrcals okohamA areas. I O iOW owin
vEE -evoicas-argeres- aese natn TheUnitc ed sta te hdas builtt f emphasis ed met he Ws transferred to the Balboa, Ancon e d Cnistobal musical the reinto tewa, has r i

SV as th g ale ts of English as a see- ; tborm r nt Balboa i nebrity r performances with The U8 GIbbl wf rri
r S "ith C* p r cola r en e t between. lye in that uni since.He has Port zo Division. Two years crewmen,e Cdr.Sv. P. hleistAeii, p ct i er ialb wielyto~ d'I

HI vauatemolcin Envoy To M exico ond lahdves ms io bos in thedi- laMrwthethe ia-ferreo
STheyhverequir These all-expense fellowships t lsrsI vision and hs been asretirement became fethandlin e lan tta Australia and New Zealand S oe one

an aware d tUnted States I in August and he and MrW with Fleet Admiral .Ha
lhettmn'-t- Conaf taean
OS En 95PC UJfjr AT lOmtW fn SiST Office of Education in cooperation =ilon have already left the take part In the annual eel*
1OA t Com munists withtheDepartment of State and Isthmus to make their future ntes commemorating the ttI
S .-. o_ on the recommendation of the U. home in Mississippi. of Coral Sea, the revue hit its O Aeeunt Of Ses
S. Embassy in Panama. biest lights
2=KICO CITY, Aug. 31 (UP)- Although about 4,000 persons The two Panamanian teachers At the varsity of Me- BUFFALO Y. (UP) A
e la's new ambassador were arrested when the military will report to the Office of Educa-. bourne, the pled to a e full BU bAtwLn Y. Ile)t -,A
charged last night that unta took control early ainJuly ton in Washington, D.C. At the Os ea* e l d y
nation. wre.trminkd." that city and the entire group will In I ,, e,. er
.! -Ybysa in granting safe conducts have-an t o t xcae, o *h I I th .,nt .i e" t J -
Efraia Najera Farfan, t the almost 700 refugeesin the ideas e taeia protb- e to
Vimcente Lombardo To- vanlep .embasales in Guatemala lemas common e to all. i
SMeco. land his Co .City areminevitable beesuse "it is After a brief period of orienta-
-Latin America Wa h ssel and materially impos- tion in special institutes and semi-
ld (CTAL) as a- i e" to handle the paper work nars, the instructers of similar .. --
e "trouble-makers." ns faste, he said: fields of specialization will form Scora of.eo b~ve) this ars who. acted as honorary -A _
K trying lto dmreate Th e criminal charges against small groups to to r the country m as rain -tow n s. bwah Included among
of al kl ds forus." The ex-President Arbent and others and observe teaching methods em- t rs fTr A L Cho r final-y -' c o l ..
&Ism. aare ot' Comn AweesdYA .,ra "U. eMk-Fort, ar om_ gi tary.offieials.
do not believe he will see- Arza wap'auaiated Arna's They will red training on Base 1 I ErY offic al..
.. murder d the. way for Ar- materials and aefiovilnual aids The wwei---r gt A s e C. W. BBod MC. will ,.
ambassador said the vicious -bea' and will-have an Opp= ity to ficer of eML. anM n e O 's rUmawtl
d campaign started e iThei CK ReoM laws wshave dittheircioae strt tonal probe. rU.S.Nv Smi& ni m tte oowhe ren tey f
oe >te vic. tory of e ani. ha- read -aB- a paea maUy. NeFUl wherel my/d.lthe Sill
ethe victory of the ?anti .bee nged--b motabolish- leas with expru in select school died ea -. morning -O fe. ents, who
list lberation army which s-te grant small farmers rights systems throughout the U n it e d a heart .as Monday
Jacobo Arbenz frma the to their lands. Previously, owner. States. His ros eo nrea to via comuertal plane.
eY. id was at th whim at the gov- Arlinm s Riol XILT a h -.1.R-'
to answer mai 4tt, the conlusio of the teacher w= =cMC. laoImNaval Sn-itntion. S-.
'o.ndc.atiots charges. now Najera Farfa- sal illiterates training. grant a rarely onel. toBuril r W be Id _"at m .oria a. -s4ooinbe") I I wi___.
made by Communist propa- wrI denied the rit to vote In week be to Panama. Arli Ato s p.m. .- Colonel Meats at who all was M
elselts but mot in munl- 76"sand return o A IMMAd 'be, to run concur- nate J OICSO lk a
massacres 'eom with eeriatace9- Washington In to discuss enated wih eryeas at Ar.- -spect.
t arlComasdaMWit was gives their epences with the otherpart in I" Nr
as never too be She feet that these enable to read pat.. ae to pepare a re- many. sadn ellab
.'e of these .OWN"gt-be s.e ar, whea they nd :activities n the pall -bepviott w t -.ifth
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