The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00492

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Hurricane Car]I Takes 42 US Lives



CZ School District Tivi Offical Coco Solo Abrook Sends B ows itself Out
-IToiMana ne. tSecond Plane

Changes AnnouncediWashington On Bo uAs New Storm
Sevra ch es wi be made Naval District Hqtru., Ft. Ama- dergarten to 6 from Pedro Miguel Stanley M. Hamilton, su r- --A thrown into the search thi
in theteslsricting for the dor, and Quarry Hts. and Shmmit. vi assistant at at the Tvol morni for a small boat report-his
United te school in the Ca- Grades dergarten to 5 frm Orade kindergarten to 4, 5., G. O e, House, has been trans- ed a week overdue at Grand
al or2th new Wchoo Abofrom Vt. Clayton. fere to the Atlantic side to The formal transfer, of the cayman Island with three men
which nextweek, acord- grades 1 from Balboa Eta. GA A: rades kindergarten take charge of the Hotel Wash- Coco Solo Hospital to t* Pana- aboard.
S to announcement by the include Place, D a re n to 6 lm amboa. In management t a Canal Co. took pla today Contnun Its third day of air o r O f
Division of Schools. Plce, San Joan Place, and the Atlantic aide school districts annued today at Balboa 050 a.m. at the h al. search, an Abrook Albatross left
principal changes In the Old Corral Area up to but not for the coming year are as tol- He The transfer was made on be- this morning to oin another Al-
sig ent to the r a inhaling houses 536, 537, 557, lows: official transfer of the half of the Navy by Capt. Ben- batross which is already search- 0 -
schooswill be made on the'P- 558. and 562. GATUN: Grades kindergarten hotel operations from Inverslo- tel, commanding officer of the ing the area between Swan and
cific Side, although some nunor BALBOA JUNIOR AND SENIOR to 6 from Gatun. nes Motta, 8. A. of Panama, hospital and district medical of- Grand Cayman Islands for the NEW YORK, Sept. 1 (UP) Hurricane Carol blew
changes will be made on the At- HIGH SHOOL: trade -12 Kinderarten from Fort Davis. back to the Panama Canal Co- fleer, and was accepted on be- craft, which belongs to Dr. W-itself out in eastern Canada today, leaving42 dead and
laIste Side. from the Pacific area, including SOUTH MARGARITA: Grades pany was made at midnight last half of the Canal Zone govern- l1am Smith of Colon Hospital.
The school districts for t he Gamboa. 14 from Margarita. Ft. Gullet, night upon relinquishment of ment by Dr. J.M.Wierson, Dr. Smith yesterday eclined nearly $300,000,000 damage, while a new storm moved
coming year on the Pacflc Bide DIABLO HEIGHTS: Grades Gulick Hta., Fort Davis, Brazos the lease by the Panama firm. superintendent of Col6n Ho- to give out any Information as northwest east of Florida.
have been Imnounced as follows: kindergarten o o, from Diablo Hti, France Field, Navy Hospi- During the t ansition of the pital, to why hl boatwas en routq to
ANON Kndergarten tu- His., Lo Rios, Coroal Curundu tal. and Ft. Randolph. management only lodging ad The brief ceremony was wit- Grand Cayman, although e re- The hurricane ripped through nine states on the na-
dents Ancon, Herrick t., & Diablo Terrace. Or from Coco Ulto. dininroom operations illb need by members of the staff quested the rescue misonon's northeastern seaboard, striking hardest at little
Heights Cable He and Bal- Grades kindergarten to 4 from NOW MARGARITA: Orades v le at the Wash ton. of te Navy hospital. tnrogh the American Embassy Rhode Island
boa Heigh% t9 the Ailm'nitrs- Curundu. Kindergarten to 6 from C oco The number of personnel to The work of alteration, and In Panama.
tion Be t Grade 3 from Fort Clayton. Solo. be, employed at the hotel will other renovations necessary will The Albrook planes were check- Power was cut off to an timated 3,000,000 persons,
GradesI 1 6 rom rrk COCOLI adg kindergarten Grades Kindergarten to 5 from depend on a survey of opera- be started immediately by the Ing on a report from a commer-
Gas-- from -Herric k rae from Fort Clayton. "g tPoe was "u off to an estimated ,0 peo
Heights, Cable.Height, and An- to 6 from CocolL coco Solto. tions. Engineering and Construction cal airline that a sm boat was thousands of persons were injured, and emergency shel-
con ncludg houses Nos. 5, Grades 1 and2 from Fort Clay- Kindergarten from B r a z o The new acting manager of Bunreau Cforcos.te a ri ntheIa ters were set up for 2000 persons.
537, 557, 558 and 562 and on the ton. His.. Ft. Gulick, France Field the Entel Washington has had Coco Solo hospital has been land. Aboard the missing vessel
Ancon side of these houses. FORT KOBBE Grades kind- tar Na m years o experience in used since the middle of this are three Grand Cayman is- The new tropical disturbance was centered 750
Grades kdnderga sn through 6 gartep to 6 free entire West Hostal.h. ho k and was assigned at month for some patients. landers. miles east of Miami, Fa. Weather investigators
from Pa ama. Bank except Cocoll. C STOBAL AE Y eral years before his transfer ev-Col6n Hospital will conuewatched it anxiously to see if it would develop into
BALBO ELEM NTARB G Orade 6 from Albrook AFB. SCHOOL: Grades Kindqrgarten to theirs Tivobefore. o when oeration Hos usupital hwill contn- ue the ao's fourth urri
SCHOOL: Grades kindergarten Grades 5 and 6 from Curundu. to 6 from New Cristbal Old the Atlantic side hotel leas- til all Coco olo alterations are ys Ithe seasons ourth hurca
to 6 from Balboa, Fifteenth PEDRO MIGUEL: rades kinr Cristobal. Colon Beach, De Lea- d ed months ago. mpleted. arol urped the ury peron dused dm
Csolo Area, Ft. Sherman, andCalonhsgoe The Carol surpassed the fury persoI and caused df
Bri1Colon. O ic W -- of the 1944 hurricane that left 30 dollars In Co a.
NoM SCHOOL:. "radesn7-12NEscdam agead ,ad nNo,,.glanWaoe
British Official Wars the Atlantic area No ard Feelings To CZ Gumshoes, oreneva De le -" newA-s "
GASG 1 dg eN, Sept. I (UP) was o son a northwet course teri I ln i
Child Prodigy Says Amiable Red-FieadedIS Seaman .G oTdec 1 'nt


Record" Frntz re onf re -ce, like wr e will go s aht eMIn flatten Naket
GLAGW tnd 4icluded1A verl natane'ldowninhistoryaapointofno shre and iere t eacnef ber ier
(U) te tb 'U cfwy-1orte autho- Jesey utw eaneontt

(UP) -ttemptlag to i km rear y before ng into a critheaorities and waqMei iarsed io the United States eofR "The free world gave awa the Coarred I frond gotm the eI dows.
maomentof few teritivea "could e 7yerwhile Minister. Communist activithe maritime union, most pivotal area in sou the yesterday voting a la m i the tor at itn s
well be thebeainn of -a third Wonimmoned for. DonaldFrantz,'dsawip losinga8plot tofly1 Asia to the Communists," wideathofdeath and destrnb
wortheld war te t by aBrit n pted entry rest to tae ,t Co.-PQ ia to Forida illegal. Meany said. "It surrendered 12.- tion gom New York to Maine. i motbals m
sh ereta t hion the twoop rpe tish envoys in Pars queyI was ie eis dei ond ay mn- 000,000 people, without even con- The storm, born in the Carib- per hour at the core with ro
d meft s Ss heeII r todahebteo goin intoa crisisatUr S an d wa d for not he appear. su mt i c i we s to Iron o h ean last week, ashe ld t wa y from a ie in o n b a
warned and Bonn to an urgent conference ingin Cristobal by lmmigrs t
bly tonO today before going into &rcrisisa orities and was questioned for The deportee claims he appearC urtaine tsheriy." bt weCa ron a loast Mondhea the Norasethen p
day any od," romid rsincaboqnet meeting. two hours concerning any alleged ed be the oessional m slavery." Carolina coast Monday night then hNr heeled over at a n s dmere
oneoftlw2malte.Communistactivtimitte Martme Affairs to e.hffoirso The only U.S. policy in the York and Long Islandareas be- The Harvard Univesty Oeum
th reordesuthten by a Brit ve a countrye hres nt to e omit tvt thy on Red activities in the union crisis,'Meany said. "was a lack fore slamming into New England. vatory said the strm at Its
h ddid t tweo dac rge o B r t alsin his possession was found a two y ears ago. of policy." Communications and power com ws cled es

EDCo Hutchison ald was He drovein from the country while he was working on the tall, good-natured seaman reiter- escape a major share of the re- lars. a do
iprobi al the be ast me it 'r this morning and at noon sum S de storekeep- ated. "I'm all for it,-my case sponsiblty for it." he added. Minor Injuries were reported e t e B
inthe u r th D tlos nte mo n meewnser. U a s there was nothing to it.To put Itblun sts in hundreds of areas. Thousandsdeass. A lo e aou t
i& up Ga ftat on n e sorte Tden ab oldr th two engeds e a t, s rw sd
eats de, but another must be to his study at No. A0 Downing came our government ls o ked were left homeless along thert New aao up to t2 eclp hour I, i
loud tes th orand e t oone This was the document which Hesas he didn't steal the book the courage to make a hard- Enla n d coast as high tides flood- Dras the ostra
e"You cannot dae eGen her Said marrow crUisa s drisvbeforeSo lthe cabonetr e h av sesmn yesterday re found his possession, U Tisia Sth- ed C r hoe e woeltr oe
overe y po e mearmenlmeen th erred to as "no longer aocu- picked it up in the storeroom aftp-g e oa. o the As the stor continued its I e wn cl and nseinc
said inhis speech prepad for de Eden conferred with both at the or 'hur, imn rate," and wMch the Navy re- er someone carelessly Ihe f t it l a rrand course it began to OUseits re we nt a
weo r udertsenae w be h Col 8) fused to further identify the e ae."I' f t, e The labor leader termed thepunch. Its winds diminished ord A er l e
Prsigupt eann.hs e at 43 .m. ...tinnstol t administration "New Look" de- still were strong enough to top- th
S t s se tb e r0oea o fl o the book Frantz was paid off for his work fense policy of instant massive pie power poles andtrees tM
Srd Ars E fter questioning. Th Pittsburgh-on the quey when he w de-retaliation" a mistake. The Bodies of four nentfieds
S un et -em t eAi s Etained here Friday and held n Communists, he said are experts on were washed up on the ing t fl
a U worid war." re t the Quarantine Station until ar- at bluffing and "are not fright- beach at Warwick, R. i1. W. coss a section of th ardo.
The Un id Stat s may ask its in dChild pianist on Robeao n Kinderarten rangements could be made to re- ended by mere word." Worchester, Mass .,man waS buing been eva tod i
European allies to align West Getr.A M In rK will give a single performance C turn him to the United States. swept tonhis death n from e bafe preveg u
ive with the N eorth A eUantic o vn i tonight at the Central Theater. anrd llmni tBut today aheesa d shde wast hg.
f alty Otganio mlo nw t h at lThe concert by the young Jas- terolme r watno a p He expects to e eg s i The hurricane ripped across de h F
Fra hasld the European Ar. an hd under the son- fly out of here tomorrow morng land into the southern ewn floor w h
my Ian. Wasngt oficiasdis. An official 'ceremony in which worship ofthe Windsor Club. Advance enrollment of kinder- by commercial airline, to Los An. n Police Battle En Itnd coastline at high tide y n debris.
tosedld ay the2ndlce-Pres denr t ofana- Him s seeUonsfor toniet's per-garten children assigned to the geles. yesterdaymorning. Gusts up tot i th o a
Tey d they see no other as- ma cardoArias Espnoa, will formancewillnclude some of Balboa elementary school will be TUNS, Tunisia, Sept. 1 (UP) I2 miles per hour pushed the a tion bar.T w o
wr to the German rearmament tae over the duties of President the world's great composers, accepted at the school office be- be there before the Qui -Police fought a pitched battle tide into downtown Providence. t e N
t problem at this Gta during Col. J Rel St onseven- Btch, Mozart, Schubert, Liszt ginning at d:30 a.m. on Wednes queya arrives,-and if they want with a. Fellaha terrorist band R.I. submerging buses in the head enacted t .
However it is unrstood that day leave of absence, will be he ldl day Sept. The children's birth me back, I go. If not" he add yesterday at ebel Ben Younes, of the city four lter w
Presidefit k~anho1o and his N9-e I D. M. Tickets are on sale at Morr.- certiates should be presented, ed pmoosophically, "1 won't have west of Gafsa and -Kleo F laap A state of emergency was de- daA


SWacrdt o pa Esinoa il mac wi tn meads Balboa emn Women tary-scoolwl b-e:
ionblse at this h r notFoni ody orupsharadlngs In hPnk Panama Ru seffles m etvee iSoutrwt ond
weo t Germ et ceremony whic h wesieIn ed ins ed Fanamanian ccestedat tdrew scoy aoir- "bllbetreefeteasoht hattetdInewn o ndon, C efoe haing inoe


sate t aked s o b i ll e e from the thom of watcher of the American4 A ste o emergency s ce .
nee~i bynt op ananwllreceiveameb pri cndatlble w6re: 6.50M adio Schrools. eBairbs ^ih ip. Yorkust|an|honest|person,| There|were|no|rst|such|emergency|there|sinc wash srwan N ewpr~ tyl, I
e 5utr m sadte better, by of the diplomat he and consular aehonc e",aent, and ces Pauline Dn.ly. whos rote hr/naet, he i hurricauc that kill mie a2 howrntodn.
dicUtest eS g and milty of iryonp teeals wore a pink snd wbite Mons of residents of thtecew
Weste Berlin Cots heideta Patee. .. ar linerM. Dr1y had on afu montama dres of pcal. ble da nya e wt onderab nany-


an pt. 1 (UP) -- West ed th applleatlon of thaly'rds cedtcotlonag qualifrcatoa,. oceUaer thn elxnehg epay en" eAt th eu et n thiSy"r


a fe- ee photographer miss- for Canal Zone school teachers The first two phases of the pay tary and junior hign snoo
since las1t Thursday. which will place their rates of schedule, initiated during the teachers were $4300.50 to $6505.05 A l PAry
The Wdt Berlin Owsppr on par with those In Wash- past two years, provided sor an- and for teachers in the Senior
Tlrf said the Dn, .C., it as anmouncedr nual Mslazy tnreases for suc- hih schools, $4728.05 to $6%48.23 R
W Ried ch, yeetedy. messe y a Apcation of the Under the new schedule to be Ends Red T r
had been idnapeod ThMe third phase of the pay oevity step mereases for 13 adopted with the open of
A mauln st-. sIhedules oev ri4S S the use of through 16 became effective last schools this year, the rate w be _ONO___ii"-. .
However West Derlia police the edugquacafestions of year. $4300.50 to 68"M5.05 for teachers HONG r-
d 5ubtelt report. They said the disteabers as a bat- with bachelor degrees and $5020.- _______ he st
ant r a smu d"l the is for Salesmrea" uaessof the The adopt"n of the thirdo25 to 67239.73ayear for teachers
ea e t no Iti--graft.ught.p haseottb s..Pay schedus e ,Willwih ast eT e yKEPG HER FIGRS ,at e M) t .crossesherf.- sU ta. a
JSLia 01 Tom a lnet higher o hirngh scholaeabM. with masters'deg e rny charged with collaboating WHIt the o le a Iwlroner i orea. At right It UMr Portiaedse 1
o n tt ni,0or teachers than oN about $Mto a ear. hefrom elementary sAonolf o aun-" Howemother ofrRichard.&I .... .ad ommunism"-and stayed with hRed.10
UIm yr thornIneleentary and Junlor ba will Invwi sodown.,a"F


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T YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN won another major fight the ai H orabl l E. D sm and Fa De
WO-- I"White House. it has convinced TM )i t h In WasHin or t n t
President Eisenhower to promise 4KU.L ". Count ry w~ pedctions --do
AHEM LM A labor's top leaders some 4ighty AL N and gloom be e
T H E M A IL B O portant concessionsJ. inal1 K QmDf gloom t te -wn
Weeks of the congress cam. spend their ownm
pagn. WASHINGTON When a po the own eatery
The President now plans to go iI turasH to "'olumni-ing"' you -a.eW g -w '
The Mo& **aM e a n toam f rea ders o Tie Paem s-. to the AFL convention in Los An.ect him to talk about politic. gA
es. L r reo vedg a slly n hadlam d in s *t w ehbl es g aeles in a few weeks. Both be.- Newrpapermn sometal ie talk 1 SoehdnMpt oT
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.hCONTRACTORS inLL JOBS But the Ascenes lat a biuch or -bo pew os tapre s ometmh ae mtaal
it. et I n euhale t lterg doem'St Ib el il ttteesu aPINao 1Hie s breakfast and on th e tnse x vplat-"bouto ad aboatt pNeDIs Ind.
day. e ee the deronithe Hotel ma ssndador m* ba tldb lutpo tad e


Relanble tourceep (n't that wmit newspaa o r p ay when the rey r. E t hird majower Uilpartl ned decogiton it shi" usMW odT owne
dtel wato ftk witers ter oed Insl brislt tse tdtese, that he will give top priority to A t hatnavesr, rAwi abe a senatol rowh


Thisawiy rofpwo be es ihleo e Isonb eo atsoe ias fight in the next Congress to junk lbwevwI I want a-ew fop.
trh I omplenan mand n fact nt te sections oon of the Pfaeama l o Taft-Hartleyfth A aniTee2 EA iS OF A ea


Canl Company. krUtical sector, J McDet bed aa aredicatio to eI
It wa my be that the employ down here had a unon law which labor hates most. decdd tradtonal fouem of liberalumnistm bfor of'mne taefro






b ine e on a geent a e tat srv a havan un o-lm t wfren er aeek et hi o d ra aonD
CONTRACTO the pr nt time JOBs But t he chi sl will rebuff t~eal o a phase of t e centralwer is better by T




rentmplo ntiituaton practca TconCor r9 personalor eierythings ac.Een throughower uhe woradml is anh take-a ve
athis gesture n everythe 1 ing bui c- leg iclu ofs ew Denaism ao air Deal
eact a s os ec otual name theareion running, n 1o-- Y er? aamnd tl _In.te ( tlewlha way peop-e ,
Ar: alntion with CIO and Mn the ae nt o" han o a d ton It
ReA lile lookurcee n't thai what newspapers say when tyi tatthe i ons, a third major tie* t enewAmel a libep, ral n use ces hs bne
don't want to divulge their source of nforma tion) state that the Regardless of wha l say, HINTON-(A)Te bet to n The latest date on wch the secretary may
present policy of wage scales in te mely low; theo orporation is with Mr. Eisehower will be h atsl It i bestandethate new Easenhower-Benson farm pro proclaim wheat marketing quot new former once again e director
the complete backing and n fact instigation of the Panama sailed at the convention. Iblch ges rom the old lw wll My 15. Thunt is ahead the harvest sea- n e Under President Esenhower, w







roue any rde or satisfaction In a job well done among th Fo r the moment theo labor co eo Into effect son. rede indiviat t d vernmet nce al ro
s create a favorable Impression on the public ow tion is content with backing a As drought reliefor livestock rase from A new noncommercial" wheat-producing arme a can l iberalism-or per eA confide A
t was wmy belief that the employes down here hto eta uniob heavy mabor people now have democticided td as a rededicatlon to theE ad escaped ting a prom 0 years
to protect their intere ; but the union management has done that they "must have a ei n m se s srpls eed ra at dun less than 25000 bushs an ally in t the fdera autho to
absolutely nothing bout this has present situtin and treat it as the White House." price. After wi robbly be the x New states plus hoe of gov ent where
a pContra rs -key allble to explode at any moment. Thereor e a where the werful young Jim part lu carry charge. and A There be no whe arktng t Mr lut necessity
anthe old law ho d poliis and but the y could. ster Union president co Dave Bek, an. edhern secretary o Agriculture quot these states athe United pre t (td phase that
Sorganiation. The employee s a cog; and treated the nation's las beaers have d- 1. Complete monopoly Era Tat Benson must report to Congress on at only three fourths o the commercial wheat- f hemnitrat Drew h de famous) theat
As labor down here at the present time ois surplus and the ided to blame Mr. enhower natives or new prie-ppor plan on re re the invidu American will say again in the
ertaint employment situch has no practcall nil,o ouTeonide life, and personally for everything.cal a of the product. No change haveitica power by thbeen made on any dates a- overent a election of 1954, "e ha







Workers Union s, whole milk, buttertat and their products are given more authority to allocate cotton acre- co u ,i it l 'take-away government.' We
considerable trouble; as yet they do not know that empoyes Hwvr, wth a labor lvl) o 90 pr t parity three previous years. County committees may vicuratio n of Elsenhow er in h crusade for freewill
Sore: those emprivles; hiredthat there eml are being pa ae Labor's current camp n be n force: than 50 r cent of the cropland on the farm. controls back i the hands of the
Cnl Zonuble address in order to ualy for sue preingpaid-the ready considerablyor uccessuoalition l-is From ept. 1 1l Je 30 1956, CCC or the 1955 baic crop wide changes will be ave retained or ested the authorities that free
exact same obo h same housing (they have a limited amount of ho just a prelude to building of sumphty ion o dairy prpdu th oollunc tinue to be supported at 90 per c pary. onameto r can liberalism are entitled to
h t unaocated but n eless crummy). The h organized national mae in oftheil, crice and eanut won ee hands of ordinary people
Now they will claim their states employing have more experth- reparation for theop and given to the Veaa s n trand toe o a undia82l y to 90 per cent p pacnits tytsin.e








n' en o a ared ercsl. oAmc. auterho. lt f der e errrity as in
once bt certain types of ob (such and shppngas drivingosts.) certainly do not tal election.drp m iu fl
have those degrees of skill which other types of cpraftemanshin db t nn of o, s nomttual-shift heCner ie opers al t
pedo. And years learnofng a$1. to 1.50 to; paying dues to2. 2.80 an hour a Hardly noticed by l as t s Th e Secretar of Agrculture ys alin of riva enterprisers som a deeedfreedoms have
for the exact same type of work is quite a vartion, naton,e -the labor on a lhopeal e haser means he conalders neces- ivleny pasted and ienot toow mlmdbeaer- cade u th ao
come near matcigthe' major realit e aldMM
little. look-see into this situation willlwarrant further in- parties dollar i l r dollar e hey to e new American liberal-
aes ten hours a day. x day a week a nd for added measure to the 1954 campaign as ce ry to get rd o dary urplue stood.
rated as an interior because you atreely low; the wagunfortunat o cinct ten times the po WASHINGTON-(N )-Thebest y to n- The latt da te on wch the c retary may proclaim eptoiThe oter the basic change that begin with NEW OPPORTUNITIES l J
o n o not knowgeploes exavailable to ei the D emocrats destand the new Eisenhower-Benson farm pro- proclaim wheat marketing quotas and acreage ophy of the enhower cropsadnis- but ot before, grade ft a
being because one there s no demand favorite your type sang now If you work. There pu i th AFL anlicans.ram veered by onres is through a lst of allotment has been moved u from uly 15 to tratioadministration to re received the P



















te no bitterness Involved in this. but a demand for justice. hamate a thenowerl AFL remains The present formula was baoed epb n 1o14 pen new op unities or priva t he r Canal Company for the
at Tecon you really need the work. This i not calculated to teson which changes from the old law will May 15. This is well ahead of the harvest sea- Te central theme of the Eisen- thr de
arouse any pride or satisfaction in a Job well done among the Fo t the moment tho labor coal- go into effect. bon wer administration isJob d e rsi t E eno
employN or create a favorable impression on the public option is content with backing a As drought relief for livestock raisers from A new"noncommercial" wheatproducing areAmerican-an ordinary individual, i m p
the bos will be the first to tell you: "We are here to get a job heavy majority of Democratic now until March 1, 155, comodfty Critrc wool. h en e i sect e rto. n a tspes ci ier ondecin D
one and by --we'll get t done and the h- -with everything candidates with exceptions in Cal oration may sell its surplus feed grains at 110 during less than 25000 bushels annalexpely ted an programs, the Eisenhower ad. apro de ed
else." ifornia, where labor has.splt in per cent of the current su pport price. After will probably be the six Nw Englnd states plus bstration has n mind t t e ertmnt nt
the staterace, a nd in Michian, March I the price will go back to 105 per cent of Alabama Florid, LouanaMis p, Nevadaoimproe the status, to expand e adtrhe e reo ouenta
ntra r all over the world are notorious for pro ane where the powerfulition Jim paritell y carrybout one of the rarest time between Irene Ivan olish court on March wheat-aretn

































uchI*w ou e trationaf ladls. book publishers. (It's still kicking I.. u .
I g g dy o e h triall states were labor's om tical aohe BOund.) Mrs. Ruth Love, a for hese om That American llbei o n Pfct (tu s-ph-as that


































Power is as rguchpart of ceeen. mernewspaperwomans battled the Bum Steerw from the Pros. MaH:,cndonoquote:Intrte ento. 7
ornizaton. The emloye is a co; and treated like a cogteamsters, has been fghstck g Taft Ber s and mustrenhed port to Congress on at only three fourths of thecommerciwheatns
im pieceof wood which is there only to perform a ernor "Soapy" Willias, aralterntivs for new price-support plan on dairy raising states art a maThe Eisenhoweradmini
certain function, which has no feelings, no outid life, and dent friend and political ally o the Pa., to a showdown. This it wasn't Denise Darcel in Holly e ee e seeks to liberate the individual
no bck tlk. and Walter ut s Auto Until a new plan is adopted by the next Con- fecting the cotton crop. But county committ aees omunnecessary governmental ene n ourselves. We reje
ttle ubli-reltion would have saved this company Workers Union.h h t ratess, whole milk, butterfat and their product her pre given more authority to allocate cotton acre- compunction ndrestrain 'take-away government.' We w
Sh lt un w ld h v a will continue tion and receive suprt t. been75 (the pre- ages n the basis of planting during any of Penathe ak e by our votes, encourage reside
ions o their machinery. At t she was riddled two (so why doesn't a criinyeto
residin in the Republic of Panama re not entitled toco mayors and as many ran The wasnterim daed out o jobs. oodl plans ill also limit any farm acreage allotment to not morenaresidentnd no un- do and n his determination to
So gasolineprivileges; that their employ must have a statand local oicials ce the r lives threatened. But Mrsthas she's never been in anny cr th anernmental controls place back the hnds o the



































\perfectStlngft...the the coalon has setup Love ought on-lone-for more Wolfbs and doesn't know the gee I nta '8theco-'tomate lfa'em. Eiseh9 \ noun-
Iiloned-for holowere, rm" s ds for the e than a decade aired her with. FurtSermore the ,n ectuaasg trase a a Va l c
al Zone address in order to qualify for such rivileges. Thus office the labor coalitiomphre the Hay nding: Finally the bet t h Estate has several hundred on a lbera inges be hae e retained or ggested ple the thte




































t emplye 1 with -puroe Mfing p3ces. unions'1favorite F ter 9ents 5 a thecoomunity, a.which i not "practncally Se wilb haeb re\eo tou se
the n epl s wnds ug wth tue.. oat from now nrt a de- m ay spend $50 mil th of her aa roke a printed (butwha t a-rice supported nly tobacco will con- itb
Srivieps, no housing (they have a limited amount of housing mand an increasing z ofsumption of dairy produce eIn the hool-lunch tinue to be supported at 90 per cent Of p inty, t on came nlato power, can liberalism are entitled to




































Sl Here dol rank, woke up. clergy formed bout the Truman dollar?). As to e w
So euipent to an a aton known a the by-products falling off, It h. (Continued en P )) f sate
abaabt-nt Oo w1-6 commercial purchaes, peyinen e an.. s-LOW".UMS
U.l-rsign yourself now to Its g rGItVbM To pet these nom/us r a p.rW
S p end years learn ing a craft; payin g dues to a union ; an d th e GO P as w ell as the ob r a T he Se creta ry of A gric ultere is also au o lu- ba t a 7 pe r cfn "atm t ual- s i fp n ou f reeSe yn .s a
then because you need a job desperately, work for local rate --the labor coalition ho pe i e to use any tur means he consaiers neces- nlent1y %Mnphcoted and Is not too w undb- case in point.
waes ten hours a day. x days week, and for added measure to the 1954 camp as e nce scary to get rid of dairy surpluses eseWod. cased PInl J
eated as an inferior because you ren the unfortunate pos. of Its power. uiet t ha been The date on which the secretary may proclaim The otr b han s that be g with N OPPORTUNITIES
tia of not knowing the right eople in order to get a job with talking of its role in the Texas the corn-producing area remals Feb. 1. Market- the 195 crops, but not before, gradual shift
Palama Canal Company or some other government agency, or rimrles, for example. being quotas ror corn have been ended for 1955 will be made to a modernised Parity formula for It is a segdfast goal of the Three bds from local contract
siplyo because there is no demand for your type of work. There tio Cand later crops. But acreage allotment authority wheat. corn, cotton and peanuts, Eisenhower administration to o were received by the Pan-
.I n i sinole i hibu admadfo usiteamsters and the powerful AFL rem ns The present formula was based oft 'lo 14 pen new opportunities for privateara Canal Company for the
teamstersobandoneAelpowlerpuliyBeginnig.April 1..1955. and for four years verages. The new formula will be based on price citizens so that they can use their construction of a sewage treat-
What is to be done? A little publicity may bring a few! International Assn. of Machinists, thereafter, incentive payments ma
hours of unease for the powers that be, but I do not believe it I among others, thr considerable UYbmwool growers, up to 110 per cent of a rity, be erIosd h will thus change arnualy,en con-vidual opportunities..t h e pran.team Bid were opened yesterday at
Willehange the situation (the union's present management in Imoney into the drive to oust Tex- The money to pay for this Incentive is tOf com,, serioadj ustmentof-reducing ifed e praex d m
extrem ely shaky). -as governor Shivers. Although 7tf s iic e n Coll e td muous adjust ent. 1 o, r al xe 5 e 5t eaken. -
Individual conscience his ds eared from the face of the rs,c heio er of the vibtuatly I.Imports In.the proceeding, .nder year. parity Prices ill drop by 9 cents per bushel on from the individual citizen less of, V .rtr l bd o J
e Ith: and there is no such thing is collective conscience sof th earra, toh exaTswe l ofovirall 0ustoms receipt, on wool were approximate wheat, 2l2 cents per bushel on oorn, 1.8cents per his earnings so that he can.C ro V t
Weathi to behdoner-will submitting it to the view of the public ncgen sommnar o was lbownr liti i0 oldon lastYear. Seventy per cent of that pound on cotton and 2.8 cents per pound on pea- isa greater degree of independence Jr. wth ano er tof 1, .
ha tdoe yout einl? success in be ia r would be $35 million which is aLfair estimate on nuts. s a case in point.
Wigt LcnCoagr w s tsman this new subsidy, intended to Increase .emestic But to prevent such abrupt drops as this, itis What President Eisenhower has their$bide Were:IBild on-Inc"
hMlaldonyousthink?-wiga eLucas gainprovigedsthat the deadline may beno more tha rlgetully called "greedy govern- $184,750 ., an ,0h.nCn
-Morale conscious. d"str te win .ro and f.or wool production. The U. S. now produces abouto&a5 per cent I any one year. ment" is ben transformed rap id r
cn t oThird o L h e d w t CCC is given authority to set aside *2.5 billion ly into incentive government. He
i dna t a mark.eo change from r t e present 90 worth of surpluses for school lunch, disaster re- has provided a type of adminis the bids have s-een fully valuat-
The dynamo of this campaign percent ofparity support on.domestic wool. lief and stockpile Programs. The effect may be tration which encourages its citi. ed, Cal. Hugh M. Arnold, Eni
was the Machinists' Non-Partis Mohair P ices In the future will be supported to to boost prices in th face of other expected zens to get ahead and e ad gineering and Construction II-
A SPECIAL DAY., Political League of Texas, based, 'withi'15 per cent of the new wool support price, drops. which enables them to enjoy more rector announced.
StAseemstomeon the 20,000mem-.- individual freedom and to utilize Teswg tramnplt
"ers the Machinists Union has In a geater portion of their earnings will be the key unit of a sewer
A SPECIAL PERSON. the comparatively new (as indus- for their own desires. system on the Atlantic side de-
tries go) Convair B134 plant out- Not since the daye of President signed to aerve Mt. Hope, Mar.
SPECIALG side of ]Fort Worth. Thus as b .W Y O R K C O N FIV IIPI Woodrow Wilson have we seen garita, and lnbow City.
industries move south and the ma. -such a dear-cut demonstration of The new plant will be located
ture i being repainted by the I&-W. government Is best ch govern and will be connected with a
bar coalition, In Texas there al. least."


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the 5ld. e y in tio nd his legal training, but heNAM
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'Wi- 0 Sr mss j-a-- n CI be cs en the r I as a full- AW-ORDERS GIVEN IN THE U.S.
AMtR M1 Waug= -., The-- In 8 l4f qPedal agent. The brief
'. C oek a i (rl mo), il., cak- e ber oe-woman crusade,
a B3ofSe. wha I read is a potent tear. CURRENT STATISTICAL MANUALS
you n a sr. and lapir- CURRENT REPORTS ON LEADING COMPANIES /
S1In a CIO Amrica- CODE WE USE REDUCES CABLE COSTS
Sr t" tion lao'S o Mabe Up Year Mind Yet:. *PORTFOLIO REVIEW AND SUGGESTIONS i
NWZW i" sugasi en the Muab' oe ev. BUrod provimantic didoes yas i
wywhsb i'n ue, for as can't decide oUt s( Tj fA l3 y J emrinmv'-l a 34.
S:, .4it .i....".t_ o LSSft-Sane AUERBAR POLLAK & R ICHARDSON &...s
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ACROSS 2 Exchange
1-- and eggs premium
4 Mama and 3 Property and
S-- and Eve 4Foot lever P c
12 Long, long 5 Eager
6 Cone-shaped
13 Shield 7 Man's name
14 The- 8- in
Ranger Wonderland
15 Courtesy title 9 The Open 26 Closed car
16 Gifts Policy 27 Dislikes
18 Esau's mess of10 Princess 28 Nevada city
of England 29 -- car lot
20 Measures of 11 Disorder 31 Snuggle
land 17 -- tale 33 Water
21 Solidify 19 Singing voice mammal
22 Poker stake 23 Dents 38 Photographic
24 Actor 24 -- bodied device
Ladd seaman 40 Brought forth
26 Cut 25 Dregs young


27 East Indian
islands
30 Get out!
2 Spices
34 Ogled
35 Colorless gas
38 Worm
37 Pouches
39 Walked
40 Volcano in
Sicily
41 Footlike part
42 Horrify
45 Wedded
49 King Arthur
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52 Sea eagle
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54 Insect egg
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immediately upon the cessation of Asia treaty organization against
hostilities. Communism because it was ufl-
In 1949 Bartholomew covered constitutional for Japan to have
the Chinese civil war and te fall an army under the constitution
of Shanghai. He was the It war which had been given them by
correspondent out of Shanghai. the United States during the oc-
In 1951 he covered the Korean cupation.
front and the Panmunjom armi- I
stice negotiations in Korea, lead- Aged Turtle
ing the fight for press access to NORTH SCITUATE, R. I.-(UP)
the proceedings. He has just re- -A challenger for the title of old-
turned from Hanoi and Saigon, est living box turtle has appeared.
where he covered the final stages Ernest E. Cookson found a turtle
of the war in Indochina and the near his vegetable garden with the
situation at Singapore and Mala- date "1836" carved on its under-
ya. In Japan, Bartholomew secur- shell. If genuine, the turtle would
ed an exclusive interview with have an eight-year edge on the
Premier Yoshida, where in t he present grand-daddy turtle now re-
Prime Minister pointed out that siding at the Bronx Zoo in New
Japan could not join the southeast I York.


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Hugh Baillie, president of the U- west, and in New York. He was
united Press, today announced that elected a vice president in 1938
he had designed Frank H. Bartho. and a member of the board o f
lomew as first vice president of directors in 1949.
the organization.
Bartholomew's headquarters will During the war in the Pacific,
remain in San Francisco, and he Bartholomew directed the opera-
will maintain jurisdiction over all tions of United Press war corre-
United Press operations in the spo0dents and also was a front
Far West, Mexico, Central Amerl- correspondent in New Guinea
ca, Alask;pHonolulu and the Pai.f ewawIa, te PdlippinAs and the
cihic. eutu Ha. Was oa the battle-
BartholomeW joined the United ship oar when tie Japanese
Press as bureJinanigor in Port. iisurrei to Gen, MaoArthur,
land, Ore., and hee ae mnagez was ng the. first correspon-
of the Pacific Coast dlvisiont he r dents into Tokyo and supervised
it was first organtied in "e.a resumpti of Jnlted Presa serv-
U.P. experience idAudes to -E ofl to the newspapers of Japan
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WOO V N O o HEIGHT M
W ay BaWbe. Helhts, Usa of Mrs.
@TA r Uto anell d thpe late Mr. Roger
O a 1w4 .-4 In M idel, ohio, 6
da ..htter of Mr. aad
was belO f the altar f St.
Chure wihb Dr. wbert 8. Gaies f-
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Pis q-by Mum Fhred haall,I
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GO Daring the prelude,
W tW o pe m b Geore-
a sawt by alDph e il
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.Am,,rican llenu

sbeef headlines Septem.

AffirAe *ADDOX
kr d oMarkot, wEditsor
fee Lir sieWu potroast. Swiss


v w ti~ w arhet at
u^tnts year, drought-.
Sa ar sending in a lot
of tra ti amount
av able i be unusUlly large.
Which by common logic should
mean lowe t Arices. .
The U. S., epartment of Agri-
cultue reporti abundant supplies
of other foods for September.
Poultry me 'ill e abundant.
There wil be heavy markethm of
turkeys, broAe, yws, and lins
.tor stewing or baking.
Chicken .4sd-risee combiuaties
will be a "natturaL" too, because
of a r M s ladrgerice crop now
indicated ft r Svest thib Mar.

of 4mal and medium sizes of eggs
isf nUlcipated for September. And
a"ets wil cqtinue to be well
MsuieUd toither pd other dairy
S es bothfresh
an' cMtanue ,W1
be inexact
aa stable shorteBiag
Fetare: Beef

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series. ea shoulder conage was
also of white gladioi. e
Dr. B4ward H. elUtea, the
hide'a osUin was bat man ftor
zm = and ntlaUis of
th couple were guests at the re .
eeption which flouwed at the
home of the bride's parents.
For tveMang to the renoi
MoUntales In PemylvanAi, the
bride were a two-piece dress ofif
pink linen with black a cea ritl
a the age from her bridal
ibmut the ple will rest
in Balbo Height.
The bridegroom Is employed as
SsuperintdAent of the Panama
Canal Company Motor Transpor-
tation Divleis .
An alumnus of Iowa State Co(--
lege, he is a graduate engineer
and is a member of Sigma Al-
pha EpsilUo fraternity. Daring
World War II, he served for two'
and a half years as an aircraft
maintenance engineering officer
with the Ninti Air Force in Eng.
land, France and Germany and
presently sla a major In the Unit-
ed States Air Foree Reserve.'
The bride received her Bache-
lor of Arts degree from Witten.
bere College, where she became!
affiliated with Al pha 'XI Delta
social sorority, Tri Beta and Ar-
row and Mask honorsrles. She
earned the Master of Science de-
gree at Ohio State UniversIty,
where she was a member of Al-
pha Delta Epsleon, graduate adci-
ence honorary.
Prior to a tce ting her present
position in the Canal Zone
schools, she was for three years
on the faeulty of the Zpelogy De-
partment of the University of
lami at Coral Gables, Florida.
She cante to the Canal Zone a
year ago.
Out-of-town guests who wit-
nessed the exchange of nuptial
vows were from the Canal Zone,
Tampa, Florida, Chicago, Illinls,
Cleveland, Springfield, Wooter
and Shelby, Ohio and og*fta,
New Jersey.
The yeng couple will return
to the Canal Zone about the
middle of Septeinber. l
Public Affair. Offiee*ad Mrs.
Casle Announce l oat Sena


S


the Chilean lake region, ma City. was hostess -terday,
SM cross to Buenos A at a coffee paty honoring Mrs.
and from there take another ship Llis M. Uribe who is leaving next
pp the east coaat of South Amer- week for Portland, OreSgo, to
lea to Trintdhd. gbe ill return "'tt her tn4-lain andl-01augh-
to t Isthmus n -about two ter, Lt. and Mrs. Mike Dawson,
Daweon and bl wife are former
M rsigh Wam thalans.
e- Tea n 8"h Lt
S Clare and Carlota Oft Per State
Boyd md Damarla St. Male were 1,rs. Xraamo e la Guardia and
hostesses recently at a tea for her daughter Marisol left Sunday
Miss Esther Humbert, whose for New York where Miss de la
marriage to Mr. Rene A. Orillac uardia will attend school.
wIB take place on Saturday.


thir on, t Ba Pernanduo Cln-Information Offleer
e liat Sunday The baby has Arrives For MSIS
been named Lauranee Do Witt Mr. and Mrs. William Preston
Camwh Sambo have just arrived by
Mr. COaler Is Public Affairs Of- plane from the east coast and
Acer for the United States Em- will make their home in Pank-
Musy. a- City. where Mr. Ra 1bo has
-- been assigned as Information
Officer for the United States In-
imrs. Ackeruan Taking frnation servniee.
f*uth American Tri
Mrs. lathezlne D. Ackerman The Rambos have three chi*"
f Anon will fly to Lima on at- dren who remained in Marietta,
rtay "on a vacation trip whh G orgia, a.d will later join their
will ake het around most of parents here.
South America. Arter a side trip ---
o Cuseo, she will return to Li- Mrs ribe Feted
ma's port of Callo and board a A' Dea dida*
ship for Santiago, Chile. After Mrs. Enrique Burrell of Pana-



SPECIAL SALE


25 CYCLE ONLY


DE-FROST


. Automatic


,.Eliminates messy hand defrosting
* Plugs directly into wall outlet-no cords
* Genuine Telechron movement in mar-proof case
4 Cuts electric bills--increases life of motor


EASY TO USE 3 SIMPLE STEPS


Defrost refrigerator manually and wipe t dry.
Turn the pointer until it corresponds with nearest hour.
PluRg pE-ROST AUTOMATIC la nto wall outlet. Plg th*
refrigerator cord Into DE-FROST AUTOMATIC. Thbn forget
about defrosting nuisance-you will never have to go
through it again.

U.S. Retail Price .......$9.95

OUR PRICE ...........$4 5


SMOOT & ,PAREDES, S.A.

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PETE'S


CATALINA


GARDEN


Dine and Dance from 8:00 p.m.


LAM and his Orchestra

-- .!: 7'7""7'


The Best Food In Town

Some Of Our SPECIALS


SEA FOOD
LOBSTER
o SHRIMP
OYSTERS
CORBINA-MIRAMAR


STEAKS
AMBASSADOR
o FILET MIGNON
SIZZLING
T.. BONE


FREE


TONIGHT Sept. 1st
SPAGHEI'I DINNER ON THE HOUSE
from 7 p.am to 9 p.m.


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TEL. 3-1405


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EXCHANGE
Mahogany Chai .. .95
Mbay Dining
Tals e ..... ...... 5.@
Reeklng Chairs ...... 2s.M
Sideboards .......... 5.00
Metal Dining
Tables ............. 8.00
Malbogay Arm
Chars ...... 2.50
Mahogany Settee ... 4.50
WE ALSO HAVE-
V ay and Stool ... 45.00
Moeln Wardrobes 59.00
Hollywood Double
Bed .............. 35.00
Inn MXres ........ 39.00
Metal Desks ......... 39.00
MIrror Coffee Tables 19.00
-ALSO-
Stoves and Refrigerators
WE DELIVER
EASY TERMS

HOUSEHOLD

EXCHANGE
Tel.: 3-4911
41 National Ave.
(Auto Row)
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR
OLD FURNITURE


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LIUDERIA PRECIADO 7 street N, 1
MORRISON uO* os July Ave & J St.
FOTO DOMY
Just Arosemew Ave, nd 33 St.
LOURDES PRARMACI
152 La Carrasquilla


CASA ZALDO
Central Ave. 1491
FARMACIA IL BATUIRO
No. 3 Lotlry Plaza
FARMACIA. LOMIBADO
Fourth of ;uly Ave.


THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No. 7


FOR SALE OR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
HouR eold Automobiles WENDEHAKE MEDICAL CLINIC
I C_ central 209, beside Capitolio Theater
FOR SALE: Admiral refrigerator FOR SALE:'- 1950 Codillac Model Phone 2-3479
8'4". Tel. 88-836, Qts. II 6-B,. 62. excellent condition. 5 new white' .--
Gulick. tires, new seat covers. Tel. 88-836.1 PIANO TUNING and Repairing done
IQr.s. 116-B, Gulick. by Sidney E. Hyoms. Te. 2-4843.
f OR SALE: --Simmons dovenporf, .-E, .
feet long makes double bed; one FOR SALE-1951 Chevrolet 2-door FOR SALE
Simmns easy chair, almost new. sedan. perfect condition, 4 brand ll
Call Balboa 3284 after 4 30. new tires, battery, etc. MOTORES gse- .u
_______ -- NACIONALES, S.A,, Automobile
FOR SALE:-Due to trip: Bedroom. Row 21. FOR SALE::complete dental equip-
diningroom sets, kitchen, etc. T-OR 947 Studebaker Ch ment AC-DC. Call Pedro Miguel
phone -3.5624.- pion 4-door sedan, three new tires Dispensary ,Phone 4674. Also other
FOR SALE:--0-cycle washing mo- nylon seat covers, $375. Phone dental items.
chine, furniture. Coco Solito 3rdl Panama 3-5859. Via Espoo No FOR SALE:-Suits and Pants, BEST-
Street, House 10-D. 146. ______ __ FIT, superior quality at very low
FOR SALE: -'Venetion aluminum Sealedbids will be accepted by Point prices. "BESTFIT," Plaza Santo
blinds, plastic cape, excellent con- Four until Friday, September 3, or. Ana. Panama; I th Street, Colon.
edition, practically new, complete set sole of one 1952 Chevrolet sedan. MAGAZINES! Tired of missing num-
for Breezeaway type house Also Automobile may be inspected ato bers? Subscribe through cgent. Spe-
steel blinds used as breezeaway pa- Point-4 offices. Calle Q (Coipon ciols during September. 83-2245.,
tio enclosure. Phone 5-364 Building). Mail bids to Box "J," FOR ALE:-A d Bourbon, S
FOR SALE OR TRADE-- 60-cycle Balboo, Canal Zone. FOR SALE:-Aub Reserve Sco S
FO_-- ... ... -' ..... ... cial Club Reserve Sotchv IRevel
automatic washer. 5773 Diablo FOR SALE:- Leaving country, 1951 Mounted Cenedien Whiskey, Ron
Heights. Phone 2-6371. PACKARD, low mileage, automatic Cortes and Castle Club Gin. At oay
FOR SALE --Westinghouse 25-cycle transmission, radio, fan, w/s/w ber or bodege. Your Destliedora
refrigertor, very good condition, GOODRICH Tubeless Tires. F. ICA- Nocionel.
$125. Easy terms. HALMAN S.A.. ZA & CO., Justo Ar6semeno Ave. SALE Nick'sBr." Owner
Via Espasa -No. I. t- u IORAL.. --- -. 4 Ch-- unable to attend business. "K" St.
FOR 5ALE:-Livingroom furniture in FOR SALE:-Leoving, 1950 Chevro- No. I. Phone 2-3152.
uoAd condition 43rd Street No. 29.' let,sedon. 1946 Ford Panel, I ton.
I East 29th Street No. 18, ear Mer- FOR SALE:-Rodio for 1949-51 Ford,
FOR SALE --4-pc. modernistic blonde cado Vsco. Fabrega. excellent, complete, all chromium.
livingroom set Isettee 2 arm chairs, --- -- -1B Beliz. Panama 3-0303.
coffee table) $45. House 6377-A. FOR SALE:-195'1 Henry "J" 550,48 Crose 4-c., om-
o CoIrz Areal. Phone inclues $75 insurance for one yea FOR SALE:-'48 Crosley 4cyl. cm-
Los Rios orol Ar full coverage. Phone Fort Amodor' plete running gear, no body. $50;
2-3582. 2142 or Panama 2-3058. I '49 Crosley Hot-Rod Harley-David-
OR SALE:.-Top-. n gas stove, de-i .- -.----.-.- son motorcycle engine, new tires,
lue model, with oomatic oven, FOR SALE:-- 949 Pontiac Tudor se- reody to go $200. spoie parts in-
very well tak care of $100. HAL-' dan. Must sell. Leaving soon. 2- cluded; '47 Crosley Sport Car, 2-
MAN, S.A Via Espnoo No. 1. 2348 Morrell, or 25-3380 Men- seater, 4-cyl. engine, tires fair, en-
*e* ,-- dez. g_ ne good. no top, ready to go.
FOR SALE "Servel" gas refrigera- .-. .- 8d---... .
tar in good condition $60. HAL- FOR SALE:-1948 Buick, good con- sore rts included $140; oxygen
AN, S.A., Via Epoa No. 1 edition throughout. Best offer. 'Al- and oceteyne tanks, small, hose,
MAN, S., Vio spoo N brook 2166, 7:00 till 3:30. gouges, torch $50. Phone 4-567,
FOR SALE:-3 pc. Rottan sectional -.. ---.-- House 120, Pedro Miguel. _
sofa E 3-strand)l, coffee table andOR SAL:-Used c very cheap.
sof *3- ~s FOR SALE: Puppies 6 weeks od.
corner table $200: '2 limed ook PANAMA AUTO, S.A., Je Fren- FOR SALE: Puppies, 6 weeks old.
or-p tables $15. Phone 862293. cIsc diI Ave.e 45. 17ih Street No. 14, Porque Lefe-
fO ptbl $ 5 Ph n -_+ 1---11-r- -4! -- S. vre,
FOR SALE--Venetian blinds, vacuum FO SALE- 9 Pontc Hdrom a OR.-SALE:- Stnn
cleaner light oak dresser and chif- cRix sdrn; 1954 Hudson Jet FOR. SALE: "Standard" 30-glallonF
leaner light ovank dresser in 23584, 0597-Bn Ba- gas water heafer, just painted, per-
mattrri, springs, couch bad, crib ,'S"Aon. fect condition, $50. HALMAN,
mattress, sprin as, cuch bedai crs. S.A., Via Espana No. 1.
and mattress, tables, Iomps, choirs, FOR SALE:-.-1954 Ford Customlinr -
radio, Wetinghouse refrigerator, 6-cyl., 4.l, Fordomotic, 7,00 FOR SALE:-1942 Packord Clipper,
sewing machine, typewriter steno- miles. FL..eppointment phone bal- good transportation $150; 1 set of
type machine. Phone 2-3584, bo. 3350. rosewood shades to fit I-bedroomr.
05 7-o, Baono Street Ancon. apartment in Dioblo. Call Balboa
FOg ALE "tre, I I.tp-- FOR SAL -149 Chevrolet Coups 2-4162, House 5777-A in Diablo. F
FOR SALE:- "Mytag" wriner lltype deluge, block, white sidewall tires,
washing mcchlne, lust pointed and iWoderful condition, about $600. FOR SALE:-Diningroon) And living-
heck, perfect addition 70.id For information phone room set, swing, child s tent, child's
H Il0h Q-4LW 1. m. .m.9a to 4ti..m. no,
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Pa rmn e F orm' at l e.i l7 n e h i t e "
edition sewi machine. 1948 Pontiac car.
Apt. 2024-*I Curundu, 4: Real Estate th Street No. 29, Son Francisco.
6:30 p.m. _______ ___l__ rt_ te_______
FOR SALE---G.E. washing mohi, FOR SALE-Finca SANS SOUCI, ad- F R SALE
used, $25. Cuba Avenue No. 8 ocent Comento Ponami factory, 15 r 3ALE
wo te t'--- ocr.s, cultivated,. fruit trees, poul-
W anten POSition- try, caretaker's house. 700-foot MotoCrCIles
-__ __--- frontage Trons-lsthnion Highway,
POSITION WANTED: Secretary, midway Panama-Colon. Ideal loca- rOR SALE:-'52 Cushman, excellent F
with extensive experience Enalish tion country home or business condition. Call Fort Clayton 3140,
and Spanish dictation and typing, $4500. Box 1144, Cristobal or Tel. or Qtrs. 407-A.
desires position with reliable firm. 3-2176 (week-days).
For information call Castro 3-0226, IESSO N
10-12 noon- 2-5 p.m. LESSO N S
Help Wanted wly Richmond STUDY MODERN popular piano with
NT Zez Blennett, the only teacher on F
WANTED: English fmily equil D thmus that specializes in this
English speaking maid with refer- IwlB i n IL field. .My modern combo is also
ences, for general household wbrk 's a vaila ble for da nce engagements' F
Must sleep in. 50th Street No. 49, Phone 2-1282.
downstairs, Ph9ne 3-2547. t
Position O feared NE YORK, Sept. (UP) --
Position OfferedRchmond irnias the RirCanl Announces
FOR SALE:- -Experienced .i doormats of the International in i F
FORmust SALE: Engxperienced h. League during the early part ofa
must speak English and Sa. the season, now are being dub-
Coll 2-0895 Tor inte rvie.d "the spoilers." .
_____________ The Virginians, who spoiled N UMmr
Sthe Syracuse Obhiefs' chance tF ummer I
"C. A. News w weeks ago, turned on the ina' Line's transatlantic
w iB -Chiefs' leading contenders for sailing schedule for the summer -
that spot last night the Cu- and autumn of 1955 was an- F
f r ban Sugar Kings. nounced today by O. L. Bowen,,
Ir general passenger manager ofI F
S F _rank Fanovich hurled a bril, Cunard in the United States.
Ci L. rersonnei oliAnt ene-hitter a single by The Queen Elizabeth, Queen Ma-
Ray Noble in- the sixth inning -ry and Mauretania will provide
i_ in the opener of a twi-night twin 41 eastbound and 40 westbound -
bill last night. A three-run horn- sailings during the period from F
The news today is for "Ladles er by Igen Wood In .the third April 12 through Nov. 9.
only!" Do ou kno ny that y6u 4nnig, was all the help Faro-
cin obtai*E~-wondeftt electrie vich needed in gaining a 3-1 The wOlid's two largest super- F
portable sewrin *it-- -f victory, liners, Queen Elizabeth and
rt5, cl or credit. This. In te nighteh p, Ric ond ex- Queen Mary will continue to
the Am, nim ade"Bd ",tl" i ploded for six run in the top of maintain weekly express service
chine, sad whi it can- ew the seventh, featured by a three- between New -York, Cherbourg-
anythin frtom th fe n tst run routndtrpped by John Mayo and Southampton, while the F
trial t6 th*ickarpets, it welgit for an 11-3 trituaph. The twin Mauretania -dll call at Cobh,
only 4W lbI.! As ean be seen losses left' Havana ;two and one- Havre and Southampton.
from theillustrtA on, it is a I al balf games back of Syracuse In
,em. and t. carrie a lifet.ime the fight for the last playoff The Media and Parthia will F


uarantee! Ladies, you will wantispot. operate direct between New York
see this little marvel, so.comet All other games were postpon-1 and Liverpool, but will also make
to Canal Agencies, 8, A., Ca- ed because of the Inclement calls at Greenock. Scotland on
thedral Plaza (Round the corner weather which prevailed along the voyages from New York May
from Felix Maduro's), Telephone the eastern seaboard, 27 June 10 and August 5. The
2-0324.. Panama. Washed out were a double Britannic will be engaged in the
header between Montreal aid iCobh and Liverpool service.
AdvL Buffalo at Buffalo, Rochester at
I Syracuse and Toronto at Ottawa. The additional sailings now
released by Cunard provide for
approximately three sailings ev-
e cry week, including a sailing by,
I3 R the Queen Flizabeth and Queen
3 R E ID EN C ESMary every Wednesday. 1


well situated, in perfect condition and with modern
"comfort.
priced to suit You!
No. 23 East 29th street Exposition, B .19,000.00
No. 42 East 31st street. Exposici6n, 25,500.00
7th street, 6olf Heights, 24,000.00
all with 3 bedrooms, service quarters, etc.
For inspection and further details:


iWoff & Company Ltd.lli


Sth treet No. 22' ,


Tel. 2-2388


Local agents for The Cunard
team-Ship Company Ltd. are
The Pacific Steam Navigation
Company of Cri.tobal.


Buy quality
merchliandise at
pedal prices

SEPT. 1 TO 4
-THE

FRUAN CABAZAAR
JUAN PALOMERAS


Agen a Internal, de PabUbcaelones
4 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
Par ue Lefevre 1 Steet
LW1IS SERVICE
160 Central, Ave.


FARMACI R8TAS 08 MI-8s
FAMACIA U 'VAK-DEEB-PU
. M Street N a .
HOUSMEO LD IXCHANGS .
J. Vco. dt a lOsa Ave. No. 41.


NOV.DADES AT MIS
Via aBOMa No. 34


RESORTS
Phiulips. Oceo*mide Ao tge nt
Clara. Box 435. Bolboo. ,Phrr
Panama 3-1877.'Criosfabl, 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, ne. milne pst
Balboa 2-1866.
FOR RENT:-3-bedroom beach front
house, Sea Cliff Acres. TAt. Balboao
3022 after 5. p.m. k
SHRAPNEL'S furnished house es on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
THOMPSON, Bolboa 1772, eve.
nings.


GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages, modern conveniences, mod-
erate rates., Phone 6-441 or 4-567.


FOR RENT
House
FOR RENT: Chalet, 2 miles from,
town with gas stove & refrigerator.
Properly screened and ventilated.
Two bedrooms, livingroom, dining-
room, kitchen, garage end yord $85
monthly. Call 6109 Curundu, Ca-
nol Zone.
FOR RENT:-Very attractive cholet
in Los Cumbres for 2 months, com-
pletely furnished, telephone 'and
hot water. Very reasonable.'Pay ex-
penses only. Phone 2-4281, 8;'00.
to 5:00. '

FOR RENT'
Apartments
ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern
furnished oportments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941..
FOR RENT--Furnished & iunfurnish-
ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments.
C o n t a c t Alhambra Apartments,
10th Street. Phone 1386, 'Colon.
FOR RENT:-Aportment above Cen-
tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue No. 141. Inquire Centrol The-
ater, manager's office.


FOR RENT: Modern two-bedrpoo
apartment, 51st Street NO. 42. Un-
furnished. For further details call
Zubleta: 3-1802, 3-3337. .
FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom furnished
apartment, spacious ad modern,
$90. The best you con get for the
prlce.43rdStreetNo0.3 |S.'


MOR RENT,-d lshqdon-
room apartment, stove, pWfrioertor,
hot water. .Carmpo Aeftre. Phone
Panama 3-4242 after 6 p.m.


OR RENT:-Semi-furnished l-bed-
room apartment, ga stove, refri-
gerator. Very cool. Overlooking
S.A.S. Commissary, Vkq Belisario
Porros; Son Francisco. Tel. 3-5024.
OR RENT: -.Cempltely furaiske
eprtment, lulei y tubs, gerese.
fenaed-in :rd, sree ed, Americen
nel*hb**s. Ce*egmImbee 4-206.
OR RENT:--uri sd apartment, 2
bedrooms; Tlvoi Aie. No. 6. Phone

OR RENT:- '` r nom apartment,
spacious, best location, $150. Baol-
boo 1866. ,
OR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment
with maid's quarters and garage.
Via Porros No. 106, Apartment 5,
cross from Hotel El Ponami.

OR RENT: Furnishd' apartment.
one bedroom, hot water. .82, Via
Porras,
FOR RENT:-NicIqfuoshed aport-
ment, including refrierator, porch,
porlor-dininorooh, bedroom, kitch-
en, garage, $f0 4 12 Via Belisorio
Pros, near Roosevelt Theauor.
OR RENT:- 2-bodrouw apartment,
screened $60. Via Porros No. 56.
OR RENT:- FurnishedWaportment,
concrete. North American neigh-
bors. Via Espaf transportation.
Phone 3-0471.
OR RENT- Two--bedroom opart-
ment. Bright,, cool, se.view, $90.
Elevator. Cdil 01 0934.,
0 RENT: Two-be r opart-
ment a block from Hotel El Pana-
ma. Very cool. Cofl 42-2285 dur-
ing working hours..
OR RENT:- 2-bedroo(m apartment.
East 48th. Street No.;23 Phone
2-2601., "
OR RENT:-Modern furnished optrt-
ments, moderate prices, suitable for
American families. 11th Street,
Parque Lefevre. Phone 2-1282.


I FOR RENT: -- Two-bedroom apart.
mert in BeHo Vista with hot water,
-moid's room, garage, etc. $115.
Phones 3-03P3, 2-1Z48.

FOR RENT
-Reoms
FOR RE .T:--Furnished room, kitch-
en, gas, refrigerator. 31st Street
East No. 9, near La Piscina.
FOR RENT: Fumsed room to
married couple. Kitchen ond refri-
gerator privil es. First Street, Pe-
rejil, No. 10, Apt. 6.
FOR RENT: Cool, big, -furnished
room in Campo Alegre. Private
bath. Meals available. Call 3-1789,
2-1693:

WANTED
_sw_ l-nw m e+ '


WANTED TO RENT:-Aushed 2 or
3-bmodT m --oM In GiH Heiohti
orc pmwabh. letlKmN. No cil-
drom. CAN 3-I or 3-485.1


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for *Home or Industry
Sets in 1lnutes.
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CHIROPRACTORS
Drs.A. nda. O6Ll2AC
(Palmer Graduates)
S OlCX HOURS:
S 12 m.and j 6 nm.
Saturday: 1 noon.
5 Perd Avenue TeL M1.311
(1 block from Lux.Th-ea)i

TRANSPORTED
.BAXTER, S.A.
Packers, Shippers,
Movers.
Tels.: 2-23M6 & 224 51
Panama .
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LICORES '21
Acrom from' l paanma' HIotel
Finet Wines and Lquoen
Open Daily fr ip 10:00 a.m. to
10:00 p.m.
Sunday from 2:00 to s:00
Rapid Reee delivery at MAI TImes
Tel. 3-4 11


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Pana ma Line


Sailinos


tiudley HU. NobleW mpmptroler
of the Panama Canlil Company
and Mrs. Noble arb- among the
138 passengers booked to sil
Friday on the Panama liner
Cristobal for New York. -
After a short vacat4oh, Noble
plans t6 attend the annual hear
wings, before the Bureau of the'
/udget,on CiN .=apl oprtagt, M
t coming' fWsc year4anA
the nett meeting of the bod.,0 o
directors of the Canal Com;:tt,
Also sailing Friday w
Charles E. Sckert,'legislative atr,
toroey on. the staff of the Colip-
troller Gederal, and William A,.
Newman, associate director of
the Audit Division of the Gener-
al Accounting Office.
Mr. and Mrs. Eckert and Mr.
Newman and his young daughter
have spent the past ten day
here.
Many of'the passengers on the
Cristobal will 'be otlefte students
from the Isthmus returnng t to
school in the.State"s.
The Cristobal will saU. Friday
at 11 o'clock, the departure
schedule for the Panamai- le
vessels fron the Isthmus having
been changed frdm 10 tWO- o'-
clock,
The complete advance p-own-
ger list for New York, olloSw
Richard O. Abbott:,DaDid.'.
Albritton; William A. Altidia
Mrs. Encarnacion 'Alvaz-es 1 Mr.
and Mrs. Patrick H. ArmljOr a:.
3 children; Miss loria Arosee-
na; Albert A. Attia; Ezra C. At-
tia; Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Avery
and 3 children; Timothy, .
Bach; Miss Cecilia 'Baver tdck;
Mrs. Bernice Brobston; and.Mrs.
Margery Burgoon and son;
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Cain;
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson M. Carna-
than and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. William. J. Carson; Mss
Carole F. Chase; Manuel J. Cler-
vide Jr.; Miss Joyce Collinge; Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel K. Cone and
daughter; J. Patrick. Conley;
William W. Cbnner; Mr. and Mn.
Emanuele Conzani and daugh-
ter; Miss Marie P. Conzant; Carl-
ton R. Croft; Ricardo A. de la
Guardia; Miss Earltne Dembow;
Mrs. Kaura Dimmith; Mr. amd
Mrs..Murrel L. Dodd and Mr. and
Mrs. Earl A. Dyer'; .
Mr. and Mrs. dharles E. eck-
ert; Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Ed-
dy; Richard H. Golf; Mr. ands
Mrs Waldron E. Eldridge; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank D. Estate; Jamesi
L. Fulton, Jr.; Mrs. Albrta L.
George and daughter; Thomau
W. Grimison; Josph C. Hadley;
Mr. and Mrs. Louiq F. -Rarris;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Har-
vey; Mrs, Vida Henrlquez and
on; Mrs. Martha A.- ook; Mr.
and Mrs. Duane A. Hunter; Mr.
and Ms. Wlliam H. Hyde, Jr
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Joustra and
dauhter; Jules K ; Mr. ad
Mr-. Danfiel .P. iey; Edar
Kurany; Oscar Koutaiy; and
Ch iead u, -" "a
Mr. and Mrs. Harry. T, .Lacy,
lteaIm J. Lef,; Frank H. Ler-
ehen Jr.; Marcus R. McKee; Don
McLaughlin; Mrs. Ann& I. Mo-
m ---and 2. cldren; Mrs. ,
WMiaap; Mss Ax- C..MasLeW;

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child to listen to wha
him without interrupt
be sure. that you aQw
him the same courtesy
. Children learn from
That goes for good am
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la., Sept. 1 .He said those estioUaed d. Ar .vebtees
ouardamen Ai.d'. t e. were ace In the so-. ar M .to a m.,
more per- t anthem were no t- as N. J. .
SIdict- t fachao f-evernlour- Ia rnwys,
lue ribbon ied in this onetime hotbed Opt.' wren bdd4 .
osed that le. ,.. .... JMuE woents .i e
ifor 4ues- af s oeYLt-
s of the The MNtional Guard -'InvetWi- of t.._he at teh m _
society. gator said'bot gtrls wete relea- lhl At' Fore a
sterday ed without charge. j 4.
f tShe 59 Maswhe, pt. Col. Jatck War- down in advsanmeT
ments on ren, mm y herif of Rusaell Atthe bhlh diL.e8
gambling Conty onder the riartf l rule fsighteer bpari
r..... .' 0 up more than -a ,moth tao.htat run thrOui^ ;Rw.Y t.a
*. anponuno tax I= bar froin
re the first would become civil her _aFy, of Jberto f trfp
the fury the effective date of ousted Sher- took 45 mInutes today, but
he biggest if Ralph Mathews' reiUgnation.' sualy takes only 15. ;
nd corrupt ..
ory More ,Wren said that the, &o-uard;l,' ;. '*, ",-
ast he wi will remain carge of B tish Offipl
Drk again tb aberift's office until relieved*
im reportOorlon'P. o persons, would m atQUe treLi a Ul,). I
"aid and abet" Murphy In any.,orign .ic.

c a poiblc them. a .
Cafe here f- appointed to, the w b s r i
ever been Mathews announced aqFran". rqejo
,arif group he would resign and also was u pin o- r .nc., .
had be- named Democratic no m I n ee ire Me des.tPrae s
he Pachu- when the State Democratic Ex- .y are nown ." '
e K girl ofecutive Committee voided Mat- And isr tain'so..',. .
views renomination. h.
Force Na- *lMa ur U -ent M .oitrwa r
ator; sad Clarence Ma di ...a
guardsmen row r itie. U ddaote w a5tA
be beaten posed6to beiWsva 'Wh
ng to jo Victor Boa Slated, s St.
identified FL l thas tnightnchgremp
henix City I orJailb a Tu secretary-gemera
uco tattoo may, once.n'uj Word War -
reqcent of The Los Romantidos Club has 'to LnartweU.for talks on 'a
the left announced that their proposed lerntai ve Il. '
jailbreak" will go off on sched- Bi ram tenardvely'favorij. |A.
ule. but stated that they have ing uermani aireciiy into iTv.
M P* taken in another accomplice. In- in euenler Hoene, uermany,
stead-of Armando Boa, Loa Bo- Chanceuor i.onrad Aumeauer Uket
manticos have now caught Clar- wica ns cabinet today to map tna -
I1EN0S ence Martin and his "New Sound country s stepped up dnrve zor
Band" to-.help Victor.Bog during soveregnty any new plans .1 rtp-
the affair, "tng Wet Germa s.mi uirat. 1
'," t-h aa Ir'was the lSth.anniversagj |I
This Jailbreak is another of a .Adolf.Hitler's Inva. o isi
sdr es of fancy-n.med dances hLt tgered Worid War IL
^,LI '[sponsored by this club. The boys' 'lae ,-nan West, Germani c.M-'
have planned the break for.the net, and defense coimlis on r
Tropical Club this coming Satur- neodbr Blank aril4ed in Buslh
day at 9:00 p.m. Dancing will be e-hlstnig at.- rld sr.
continuous as Maitin and Boa mOringfrom. a or itte
will play in set-by-set rotation, vacations to waar the 71yot._old
I____.. ___ c_ Chancellor'& pans followig 'tp
nll I "- --.; -_"_---~ 'death of EDC.,.. ..., I
o e.s* .^ "U' Theyy: retin the lu-.uriou$ ur
Scout NOeWS Hotel literallythke.C i tW W -
S ---i-_ an effort to nd theirpwn I
each your cure for West Germany. al West.
t you tell The Fort Clayton Girl-.Scout em defense.
ting is to are forming new- and large Adeaamer has made it ele'ar
gys grant "troops in the Brownie, inter- that he aew wints mere /tha
; '. mediate and senior organisa- the. "ll.ied r
example. tiqns. A program of youth acti ised by tlhe, U ltit.k .
anners asa vtlet has alreadyy been planned ai and l ramee. .:
for the.1954 .and 1955.meets. AtV the Pameultie,A ba. im '
-phatied thatite FjexW',
Girellsen Ois between 7 and 17 year bly aettion'in k .4leea I L
Seidal Xof age are eligible to join n sura-nati6na a r my a a et
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S LLWOOD -- (NA) The to hang onto his hand like crazy."
oniolndl4ar mitts of Clark Ga- George* Jessel and Charles Co.
,e ryt Grant and Gregory Peck, burn are down in Rose's. book as
eti ding to a Hollywood manicur- snoozers who drop off to sleep at
. 1st, are jast loaded with electricity. the sound of a grating. file.
I'm. taking Rose Sqbl's guaran- ,
te fr this reported piece of "THAT CIARLES COBURN"
idle-faddle-and passing It'on-in Rose laughed. "He snores all
Slil f hurry. Who knbWs? through a manicure. You can hear
The snap, crackle and pon in the him all the Way to the administra-
haeds'of movie heroes may be just tion building a block away."
,t' thing to stop TV dead in its Vie Mature was a riot around
tracks. the barbershop and Rose didn't
Rose Schallis the official Little mind saying so. Once he'd stuck a
"Miss Buff-It over at the 20th Cen- plastic hand up his. sleeve and
tury-fot studio. Maybe it's be- handed it to her, Rose laughed,
cause she wasn't hired by the cast- and another time he left her a
ig office, but Rose lpoks more dollar tip in pennies.
like a schoolteacher than a bar- "One hundred penninles pJfed up
Sbershop Hedy. on the table," she sighed "He's
It: wasn't easy for Rose, whobs .a perfect scream."
uptmarried and makes a point of
never listening to traveling sales- Stars spill secrets. to her, but
man.jokes, to talkabout the tingle she'd sooner bite her tongue off
that she gets from holding hands than do a playback, she insisted.
with -her burning-eyed movie cus- She knew that Bette Davis had
toamers. I fallen for Gary Merrill during the
"W'Wh4at's like is an electric cur- making of "All About Eve" long
rent," she explained blushingly. before anybody else on the lot.
"On the tips of their fingers it "Bette didn't'ave to talk," Rose
Sbuzze. You 'might -ay it's thrill- said. "She 'always keeps records
Sl(ng. going in her dressing room. Before


ROSE- GOT lHER. FIRST spark
when she worked on Clark Gable's
digits during the making of "Gone
,With',the Whnd" and she'd been
. receiWing voltage ever since from
tbhe team boys of Hollywood.
"I'm sorry, I just don't get atny
elctrlcit.y .om the girls,"/' Rose
apolq g d. Jsut .some men, you
er4etai d. Like Gregory Peck. I
g 2g*1.bwa his first manicure years
ago and I had the pleasure of
workn0 o t.him just a little while
"" ar'Grant got his first mas"-
, ffi.*o.' me,, too4 Also Cornl
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all of a sudden she started p
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lacazam, out of an orange-cc
sky."
MOVIE QUEENS, said
,munch on their nails more
the men do.-
Peggy Ann Garner was a.
and Linda Darnell once 'we
her scratchers as if they'
filet mignons.
SRose gets along just dandy
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Christian, wife of Ty Power.
S"She asked me to give her a
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CINCINNATI, Sept. I (UP) attitude among many Republl-
Republican campaign strategists cans' that his popularity is one
have asked President Elsenhow- of their principal campaign as-
er to make a nationwide radio- sets.
te)levion talk Oct. 7, as healin- Chairman Richard M. Simpson
er of a special precinct-level of the- Housee Republican Cam-
drive for a .OP victory In theaign Committee predicted Mon-
November election. day the Preident would do more
They said they expect an an- -n behalf of Republican candi-
swer from the President before dates than any President has
the three day workshop season done in an off-year election in I
of the Republican National Cor- 30 years.
mittee closes here today. i
Mrs. Tourtelotte said the pur- h
The proposal that the chief poses of '.National Precinct Day" n
executive and Vice President will be to recruit campaign work-
Richard Nixon make a special era and assign specific Jobs for e
plea was announced by Mrs. Neal them to do. t
Tourtelottte, national com,
m!tteewoman from Washington, She envisioned recruiting ac- a
who headed a special subcom- tivitles all day long and party 1
mittee on precinct and registra- caucuses In the evening. The
tion problems. evening meetings, to be held n c
Herhomes or rented halls, would
Her subcommittee decided to hear the message.from the Pres- t
enlage on a "National Pow-owdet and make the, tob assign-
Day" already planned by the Na- ment. J
tionaledraon of Republican A subcommittee headed by s
Women and, turn It into an all-Rep Clarence J. Brown (ROho)
day precinct-level drive to re- decided upon an organizational
crult voters. or the crucial off- campaign toet. a record off- n
year elecio year vote to he polls. He said n
She special appeal y h would be doing well if they
the President and Nixon, who gotabove the 50 million mark.
speaks to the closing session of The present record for an off- F
the party leaders today wouldyearelton 40,429,556votes
be a tremendous stimulus for cast in 1950
the last month of the campaign. *
Thebid for a special appeal by "We are convinced that a big
the President underscored the vote will again produce a Re-


SThen n -- k" ',ld publican victory," Brown said.
uttin that. Look,* I told her, I don't He pointed out that Mr. Eis-
m, a- give pedicures.' enhower won in 1952 when a roe-
lored She s never forgotten the jolt she ord of 61iA million votes was
got from Orson Welles, either, cast. He noted, however, that ap-
Ros started ou Orson at 10 in th& proximately 5 million persons
ose morning. He kept getting up from who voted for Mr. Eisenhower in
tha the chair to look at magic tricks 1952 failed to vote for senatorial
and try them out. Then 9%e's Jup or congrAsslonal candidates of-ei-
bit a nd change records oo his pbo- their party. also ld
.t at nograph. IThen the tailors woald B apy slid they a1s0 would put
were come in for a fitting. 1Shen more on special drive to enroll an
magic tricks. I didn't finish Or. estimated 11 million persons who
wit son's fingernaills until 5 In the aft- have reached voting age since
rth noon. T! bill was $2" the 1952 election.
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or. It may be quite a wait, de-
pending on your budget, because
the cheapest set announced so farce
s well up in the. $800 neighbor-
hood, which is a fairly exclusive
neighborhood.
(Joke-husband goes out, buys
expensive color TV set without
enmg wife. She sees red.)
(Jo e-another husband, same,
situation. Wife gets the blues.)
But, when that day comes, it
will be a frabjious one, because
color TV is truly beautiful. I
watched CBS-TV's latest demons-
ration. They shot "The Big Pay-i
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Isoxer with 'a 'eush 'on Tyrone that minimized the damage.
l Power She vowed that someday;
I he would run up to him and kiss P. S Drake is president of
i IIi him. something called the Relaxationm
B Club of America, which Is how he
I "One of these days," she said,: knows so much about the genuo
;"kiss right in the Power." art of relaxing.
V irIIS C a Dk a e John Tibman. a local New York
SCBS' Galen Drake was pretty newscaster, plays It very eosy
badly b a t t e r e d when his car >&riu--niue airts-but blue undo
Crashed on a New Jersey highway. Tform--blue shirts-bu blue under-
He had a concussion, several bad lhirta, too.
cuts and a bruised side. But he Hie could give you the shirt of
says he knew how to relax, and his back, and still be televised.
Is his first effort in that direction. I ,
Wayne was cornered in his
pleasant office in the Brill Build-
ing, which is sort of a vertical
Tin Pan Alley. He was in the pro-
cess of packing for a quick trip
to Chicago, to plug "The Broad-
way Story." Bet ween stuffing
clothes in a plaid suitcase he
talked about the current state of _:!
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There's a hidden cost in color
[V for the consumers, too. Cornm- There seem to be two trends
mercials are practically irresisti- at once," he said, "which is odd.
l e. You've never seen anything Generally music goes in one dir-
more glamorous than a tube of section. Now it's going in two dir-
*hlorophyl toothpaste being lov- sections. There are the lush instru-
ngly squeezed by Bess Myerson. mental" on one hand, and the
Makes you want to rush out and rhythm and blues songs on the
brush teeth. Anybody's. other."
* The Wayne has turned. Again. He shoved a white sports jack-
This would be Bernie Wayne, one et in the bag.
f today's top composers. Every "I p re fer writing instrumen.
o often, it seems, Bernie changes talks he said, "because you have
is style and creates pleasant more freedom. You can say more,
nusic in a. different vein. Some- sometimes, with music than with
times the change is so drastic lyrics, and you can try different
t's a different 'artery. things. You etan pioneer with ins-
He started out writing straight trumentals."
op tunes-"Laughing on the Out- Into the bag went a navy blue!
ide, Crying On the Inside" and suit.
You Walk By." Then a year or "But I guess what I really like
o back, he switched to straight to do most is try new things. It's
istrumentals "V a n e s sa," a challenge to attempt something
Veradero," o"Tropicana." N o w you've never done before. I'm try-
w's switched again, to two differ, ing something new this fall-I've
nt tracks, been signed to do the background
Cord has, just come out with music fbr the movie, 'Moll Flan-
awa Story," a record derp.' dAnti' 7 .,AiP to
it U sten to yourself. do a musical 0
t'sa Wayne's musie-and-word Don't be surprisd at anything
Picture qf Broadway, different and Wayne does. As long as it's dif-
elightful. And he's just written ferent.
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Gavilan-Saxton


Title Fight


Postponed


NEW YORK, Sept. 1 (UP)-It is "do or die" for --
the Yankees now and even their most faithful fol- PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 1 (UP)
lowers think it might be wise to have the coroner Frank Weiner, chairman of
the Pennsylvania Athletic Corn-
stand by. mission, today announced that
'"-- welterweight championship
To borrow Charley Dressen's a homer for Milwaukee and Bob- bout scheduled between cham-
famous phrase about last year's by Thomson singled in the other i hu ( avilan and challenger
Giants and alter it a little to fit run after Bill Bruton walked in Johnny Saxton has been oftl-
the occasion-"The Yankees is the first inning and stole sec- call postponed because of a
almost dead." ond. virus infection suffered by Ga-
Burly Early Wynn hammered ewski took the ma- vilan f
another spike into the coffin Ted Kluszewski took the ma- vilan.
last night when he pitched a Jor league home run lead from Weiner added that the light
superlative two-hit 6-1 triumph Mays by hitting two to give him will be rescheduled for some-
for the Indians that boosted 41, even though Cindinnati los time in October and that av-
their lead to 51/2 games before Herman Wehmeler pitched land wll be Immediately put on
58,959 fans at Yankee Stadium. eight-hitter to end Philadelphia's the list of "unavailable" boxers
That means now if Cleveland eight game losing streak and in Pennsylvania and other states
wins only 1 of its remaining 23 Cincy's five-game winning skein. until he defends his title against
games, the Yankees will have to Earl Torgeson and Johnny W"- Saxton.I
win 18 out of their remaining 24 rostek also. hit Philadelphia An examination by three doc-
to finish on top. So' Cleveland homers, tors last night revealed that Ga-
could coast along playing under The Cub made 19 hit .. in the. vllan was suffering from a "vl-
.500 baseball and the Yankees ope r," m h n" ,alkhe rus infection, fever of over 100o.
would have to win two out of ev- oopener Ralph an nerH Walker Fahernheit and inflammation of
ery three to grab that sixth CoperandwierHoeP- the parotld gland (near his left
world championship which now let gettihomng three each. Bob Rus ear)."
.eet out of reach nhit a homer and pitched his "
seems all but out o reach. ninth victory and Hank Sauesr The doctors' report was signed
Manager A! Lopez of the In- hit his 35th homer for Chicago by Dr. Alfred Ayella, of the
dians looked as if he wanted to in the second game. Penn Athletic Commniron: )r.
say that they would win It now, Washington made 14 hits, Milton L. Kraungold of Philadel-
but he tempered his jubilla- three each by Ed Fitzgerald ana'phia; and Dr. Samuel B. Swet-
tion with the usual caution and Jim Busby, as Mickey McDermott nick, Gavilan's personal physl-
edmitted only that 'this is the ended a four-game Senator los- clan and a member of the N.Y.
best position Cleveland has ing streak with an eight-hitter. Athletic Commission.
been n yet." The Athletics utilized big 8th All three later said that In
"Obviously, this was our big- Inning rallies to win their pair. their opinion the Cuban should
gest victory," he concluded. They made five runs in tne be in condition to fight within
Catcher Yogi Berra was one of opener after Lou Limmer hit a one month.
the few Yankees talking about it three-run homer for their other i Promoter Herman Taylor said
and he said flatly-"We have to tallies. And a three-run rally in the cancelling of the bout will
w'n the next two-or else." the eighth broke a 3-3 tie in the cause the fight to be held in the
Wynn pitched no-hit ball for second game. Vern Stephens Philadelphia Convention Hall 4a
6 2/3 innings before Irv Noren homered for Baltimore. covered stadium) and not out-
hit a homer for the only Yankee doors ns was originally planned.
tally last night and Enos Slaugh- lA nn The Foirw yS Taylor added that this was the
ter hit a pinch-single for the on- A e airw ys first time a fight scheduled to
ly other hit. Cleveland cracked be nationally broadcast and
through rookie Bob Orim's tight ... televised has been postponed.
pitching armor for two runs n Golfing Gossip From The _tlvsdabenp pod.
the fourth on Al Rosen's double Amador Ladles J |i|d R I
singles b Vic Wertz and Dave
Pope an Sam Dente's scoring hlere were 19 articipnts Predictions Replace
,fly. Alter the Noren homer the Ladies Day "Low Gross-Low d i .
Svlan eiatedwithour NeV' Tournament on Thursday
Core ru eain the eighthh, ree The winnerswer: Volley In National
he lats took a 3 game Low Net
In the national wit a5- Ir Robinson inles Tourney
o over te Cardinals after Barra Clark ......... 73 C T Rn
n lost to Mi lwaukee 2Rln FOREST HLLS., N. Y., Be p 1.
on a t ,ree-hitter by Gene con- Low Gro in(UP) Predictions replaced
?ev. The Philstopped Cincinnati Ruth Lincoln ............ 85 volleys at Forest Hills. New York,
9- and the Cubs won 14-2 and Alyce French ........... 91 yesterday as a hurricane post-
-as deellons from Pittsburgh In poned matches In the Nationala
ch O-ro i oms The Ld olfer hxto ao au evey Singles Tennis Tournaxent.
the American Leai Phll ade- sn o ol lu he, a-35 e cin LAtea dyon In that Tonyt
phia won M 8- And 6-3 decisions owi nh. putt u Ethel Trart ill keep his title and
from Baltimore id Washington Browne ndB eulh McNeoUy tied Mrs. Beverly Baker Fleitz will
whipped Detroit 5- Chicago aWith 322putt Nice putting girls replace the missing Maureen
Bos nwas rained outa Tmorrow there will be a Connolly as quee of tennis.
Windy McCal Pithed one- "Blind Bogey" tournament, with There had been some doubt a-
hit relief ball for fie ining full handicap allowed. Please be bout Trabert because he suffer-
In the Giant triumph In which sure to keep score on putts a- ed from hand blisters. Those
Dusty Rhodles and VheMas gain. An invitation is extended blisters are gone and Trabertu
each dove in two runs. They' to Lady Golfers to join us every says he feels great. i
broke a 3-3 tie with two run Tursday morning at Fort Ama- The Davis Cup ace from Cin-
tthe fifth when Al Dark sin- dor Golf Club. There is a 35 cent cinnati says -"By the time of
"td Hank Thompson e. D a d fee for participating in the tour- the finals and I should gol
odied singled in one .un. naments. Come. on out for fun, that far I should be really in
Mays drove in another with &g od exercise, and to keep your top form."
T O bal. handicaps active. The program t rabert faces Lorne Main of
onlley cooled the Brooks by oncoming events is very inter- Canada when action resumes
shutting them put for the second t ing. today. e .n..
time thm s season and achievin Mrs. Fleitz also Is optimistic.
hi 14th victory. Del Crandall The two-month Ringer tour- "I think I can do It," she says.
nament starts this Thursday, "I'd like to win it on this one..t
S September 2. This will be set up last fling and retire as national
S __-__ differently than past Ringer champ."1
TROPHIES Tournaments. There will be two Mrs. Fleit, who retired Inl
.. ..... flights according to handicaps, 1952 when she was married, isu
-and prizes for low gross and low unbeaten in seven tournaments
....____ net in each flight and one prize this year. She holds one win
m -e c r for most improved. Sign-up over Miss Connolly, who is sit-i
^Ssheet and further informatlop ting out the singles because of p t
Weiilb C dThMMM will be posted on the club bulle- broken leg. Mrs. Fleitz plays h
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South Atlantic Loop Pennant


Ft. Clayton, Gibraltar


Tangle In Invitational


Finals At Margarita
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Monday night at Margarita
Gym, the basketball fans of the
Isthmus witnessed two well-
played and hard fought ball
games.
Fort Clayton dumped Naval
Station out of the running by
the score 69-58. In the second
game of the evening Gibraltar
Life had to extend themselves
to the last two minutes of the
ball game to barely edge out
Army Atlantic 63-6.
Fort ClaytOn and Naval Sta-
tion left the floor at haft time
all tied up at 33-33. At the end
of the third quarter Clayton had
a 6 point lead at 53-47. They
went on to widen this lead and
advance themselves to the finals.
In the night-cap of the Isth-
mian Invitational Tournament,
Army Atlantic lead through-out
the whole ball game until the
last two minutes, which was e-
nough for Gibraltar Life to eke
out a 63-60 verdict. The Army
me playing one of their best
ball games of the year gave the
fans plenty to cheer about as
they out-rebounded and out-shot
the Gibraltar Life team.
Tex Yarborough once again
lead the Army Atlantic scores
with 17 points. Koherrer and
Rivers each chipped In with 14
and 11 points respectively.
Nando Tom was high man or
Gibraltar with 15 while Trout


Gold Dust
By Herbert Moise

, We witnessed two ser ed of In-
bidents related to boxing in Co-
lon on Monday that we,4 1 are
worthy of comment. Th -first of
these automatically forced the
postponement of Sunday's fight
nd the other aborted ptans or
a Sept. 12 tussle.
Having provisionally -& roye04
the Pedro T8s8-1 -
bout for Sunday, theColon BOX-
ing Commission demanded a
'look-see" at Daniels before put-
ting' the official green light on
the fight. On hand to witness
this test run were over 800 fans
and every member of the CBC.
rhe boxing inspector seected
two boys to go against Daniels-
one Carlos Watson and the other
Herbert Douglas, an amateur,
both being scheduedd for two
rounds each.
Watsoh's two rounds were dull
for the most part with just a lit-
tle tugging here and there. The
verdict: Daniels did not display
enough. It was then that Doug-
las was asked to box with Dan-
lels.
Douglas is one of Colon's fa-
vorite amateurs--he fights Ben-
ito Tuflon this Friday. His pop-
ularity blossomed from the fact
that he is Young Finnegan's
youngest brother. In just the
time that it took him to cross
two solid and well-placed right
hands to Daniels' jaw. he became
an individual of city-wide re-
nown.
We know not whether Daniels
can fight or not but many fans
left the arena on Monday with
the idea that "ail amateur
knocked a foreign (Trinidad)
champion dizax." What kind of
an amateur was it though? This
Douglas, we guarantee you, can
and would knock out any spar-
ring partner within reasonable
weight. In his laRt fight, he
punched Henry Thompson into
the laps of the radio announcers
t ringside to win by KO.
The other series of inlldents
we mentioned concerned the ve-
toing of the proposed September
12 bout. Space does not allow us
to give a detailed account of the
meeting, but we can tell you
that we were very surprised but
pleased with the decorum de-
manded and maintained by
prexy Delgado while discussing
so delicate a problem.
Colon Is planning a mam-
moth welcome for Humberto
Robinson... Join the move-
menti


and Brady helped out by scoring
in double figures also.
In a previous article this writ-
er was a bit caustic In regard
to Fort Kobbe's refusal to par-
ticipate in the Margarita Tour-
ney. I hope that I have not caus-
ed anyone any undue embarras-
ment by my remarks.
The subject of Fort Kobbe
entering the tournament
should they win the Armed
Forces Leage was not discuss-
ed In our original contact. We
now surmisethat Kobbe with-
drew from the tournament as
they will compete with the
winners of the Antilles cham-
piooship, September 4th, at
FortKobbe. An injury to a
key player would have lessen-
ed their chances Ia the Ca-
ribbean Command finar play-
offs.
Wednesday night 8:00 at Mar-
garita Gym will see Fort Clayton
and Gibraltar battling it out for
the championship of the Isth-
mian Invitational Basketball
Tourney for 1954.
Everyone looks forward to a
high scoring battle between
these two teams, as Clayton has
averaged 70 points a game for
the two games they have played.
Gibraltar has scored 6$ points
In their one ball game, but with
the scoring potential that they
possess 70 to 80 points a ball
game would not be unexpected.
Don't forget, tonight at 8:00
at the Margarita Gym. The
championship game between
Fort Clayton and Gibraltar Life.
FT. CLAYTON


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NAVAL STATION
Lott 2 1 2 5
Edge 0 0 0 0
Andrioulo 1 2 2 4
Stelzer 6 5 0 17
McLaughlin 0 5 0 17
Logan 2 3 0 7
Schroeder 1 0 0 2
Hall 1 6 1 8
Karklin 4 2 2 10
Duvall 0 0 2 0
17 24 14 56

GIBRALTAR


N. Gibson
B. Gibson
Trout
Brady
Tom
Peltynovich
Hooper
Simons
Taylor


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1 1 1 3
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3 5 3 11
6 3 2 15
3 1 3 7
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2 0 0 4
3 0 2 6
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ARMY ATLANTIC


Swinson
Koherer
Yarborough
Chalecki
Dinolfo
Seymour
Joyce
Rivers


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(EDITOR'S OTE Local
boy Humberto obinson, Jack-
sonville aee hurler with 23
wins d alight le, and
Nathaniel Peepes, the team's
centerflelder, are also favorites
In the Panama Pro League.)
By UNITED PRESS
The Jjekamonville Braves are
celebrating their secoh succes-
sive South Atlantic League pen-
nant.
The amazing Braves Monday
night topped Savvannah, 4 to 1,
to drop the second-spot Athletics
out of contention and write a
climax to one of the greatest
stretch drives in the colorful
history of the Sally.
The' win was the tenth
straight for the lads from the
Sunshine State and their 4th
straight over Savannah, the
team they had to beat for the
pennant.
Bob Trowbridge took the Im-
portant victory by holding the
A's to five scattered hits.
The Macon Peaches fighting
to hang onto third-place took
two wins from Augusta, 5 to 2
and 4 to 1. Cal Howe opened
with a four-hitter for the Peach-
es and Bob Saban kept the
mound hot by neatly spacing
seven blows in the afterpiece.
Although outhit, 12 to 7,
Charleston upset Columbia, 5 to
4... and Montgomery dumped
Columbus, 12 to 3, with a 15-
hit attack.

Wynn Won


INDIANS
ab r h o a
mith, lf 4 1 1 5 0
vila, 2b 4 0 2 1 3
oby, cf 2 1 0 2 0
osen, 3b 4 2 2 1 1
Verts, lb 4 1 1 5 0
lynn, lb 0 0 0 0 2
ope. rf 3 0 1 0 0
hilley,rf 1 1 1 2 0
)ente, s 2 0 0 3 1
legan, c 3 0 1 6 0
ynn, p 3 0 0 2 0
Totals 30 2 9 7 7
YANKEES
auer, rf 4 0 0 0 0
olllns, lb 4 0 0 8 2
lantle,cf 3 0 0 0 0
rac 4 0 0 4 1
roren, If 2 1 1 4 0
arey, Sb 3 P 0 1 2

Uutoson, 0 0 0a0
Brandass 2 0 0 '1 5
-Skowron, 2b 1 0 0 1 0
trim.p 2 0 0 3 1
-Slaughter 1 0 1 0 0
:onstanty, p 0 0 0 0 0


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Totals 29 1 2 7 15
a-Out for Coleman in 8th.
b-Out for Miranda In 8th.
c-Singled for Grim in 8th. .
Cleveland 0a" O 04--8
New York 409 0o0 100-1
RBI Werts, Dente, Nqren,
Rosed, Philley 3. Doubles R3-
on. Rome runs Noren, Phil-
ley. Sacrifice Hegan, Avila,
Wynn. Sacrifice flies Dente.
Doubleplays Miranda Cole-
man-Berra Coleman-Mlranda-
Collins. Left on base Indians
5, Yankees 3. Bases on balls -
Grim 4, Wynn 2. S GOrim 2,
Wynn 4. Hits offt Orim'8 in 8
Konstanty 1 in 1. Runs and
earned runs Grim 6-6, Wynn
1-1. WP Wynn (19-9). LP -
Grim' (17-6).

David Roberts

Swinging Big Bat

In Northern League
By VERNEY JOSEPH
David Roberts, 20-year-old
Panamanian Is going great guns
for Aberdeen in the Northern
League, Class "C." Robbie on
the crest of a 13 game bittiag
streak is by far enjoying hia
best sason since turning pro in
1952.
In the second game of a dou-
bleheader Aug. 22, Roberts poled
out his 32nd homer of the eam-i
pain.
Three weeks ago, Roberto was
beaned on the head and was
forced to remain in a hospital
overnight. He was released on
the following day when an X-ray
showed no fracture. Luckily ftor
Dave, he had on his plastic head
protector.
Roberts' overall work showed
a neat .318 average with 27 dou-
bles him 6 triples, 110 Br's sand
3 stolen bases along with 32



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TeM W Lk Pot. Teams W L PIt
NW York 47 .A Cleveland .
Brokyn 79 51 .608 3%NewYork 41, A Of
Milwaukee 74 51 .578 7 nC 854 410
Cncnnati 64 7 .489 19 t 5 73
SLouis 60 70 .4012234 Boston 56 72 M 43i7
Philadelphia 59 89 .461 22 Washngton 53 76 ,41
Chicago 55 76 .420 28 Phlade 44 87 .-Al
Pittsburgh 46 85 .351 37 luniore 43 80 323 53


TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Chicago
Netw York at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
Pliladelphia at St. Louis (N)
YW TERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
New York 012 020 000-5 11 1
St. Louls 000 300 000-3 7' 0
Liddle, McCall (2-2) and Katt.
Beard, Staley (7-11), Wade, Bra-
ale and Sarnl.
Brooklyn 000 000 000-0 3 0
Milwaukee 110 000 00x-2 5 0
Newcombe (7-7), Wojey and
Walker, Cmpaella. Conley (14-
7) and Crandall.
Philadelphia 220 000 311-9 17 1
Cincinnati 0001 001 001-3 8 0
Wehmeter (7-10) and Burgess.
Podbielan (7-8), Drews, Bac-
zewSki, Valentine, Savransky
and Landrinth.
(First Game)-
Pittsburgh 020 000 000- 2 84
Chicago 000 633 20x-14 19 2
Pepper (1-2), LaPalme, Law
and Shepard. Pollet (8-7) and
Cooper.
(Second Game)
Pittsburgh. 200 000 001-3 8 2
Chicago 003 301 00x-7 9 0
Thels (2-6), Friend, Hetki and
Atwell. Rush (9-15), Jeffcoat and
Garaglola.


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New York 000 000 T19-1
Cleveland 200 04 0
Wynn (19-) and Hgan. ri
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Zuverink (7-11), ray and
Wilson. McDermott (7-1)' and
Fita Gerald.
(Night Game)
Chicago at Boston. (Postpoped
(Rain).
(Twilight)
Baltimore 030 201 000-6 0 1
Philadelphia 000 030 0x-8 13 1
Kretlow, Chakales, (4-7)BLya-
ka and Courtney. Bishop, bixon
Burtschy (4-1), Fricano and As.
troth, Robertson.
(Night Game)
Baltimore 000 000 300-3 7 0
Philadelphia 000 300 03x-6 9 0
Larsen (3-18), Fox and Court-
ney. Gray, Burtschy, Dixon (5-7)
ahd Robertson.


Esso Tourney Moves


Into Quarter-Finals


Thea Eso tournament, which is
bieng held at the Panama Golf
Club, moves into the quarter
finals this week.
The winners of last week's
matches in the first flight and

In -ihe first flight there were
many hard fought matches. One
of the toughest war between Col.
Bolivar Vallarino and Maurice
Muller. Muller had the "Co-
mandante" 5-down going into
the llth hole where the Co-
mandante started to move.
"Ulo" won four of the next
seven holes only to hit the sand
trap on the 18th hole to lose to
the capable Muller.'
Results of the Firght Flight
Results of the First Flight
Defeated
Winner |oser
Fred Gerhardt Geo. Novey
T. Clisbee Roy Watson
F. Maurice Jr. Louis Chandeck
Raul Arango Sr. R. Glickenhaus
Quarter Final Matches
F. Gerhardt vs T. Cllsbee
F. Maurice Jr. vs. R. Arango Sr.
Results of the First Flight
Roberto Torres defeated E. de
la Guardia.
Manuel Arias defeated F. Hun-
sicker.
Alberto Arias defeated Dickie
Arias
Muller defeated B. Vallarino.
Quarter.Final Matches
R. Torres vs. M. Arias.
A. Arias vs. M. Muller
Results of the Second Flight
F. Purdy beat Dr. H. Grant.
E. de la Ossa beat Jorge Boyd.
Joe Putaturo beat R. Arango


IM. Banks won over Den-Ma-
t or.
W. Daniels won over Ord aant





Colombian Oscar Muera, two
Julno Valdez vs. LeW"a"d Hal .
PM. Banks vs. W: Daniels.

Ordonleat Mua ra

Virtually Sweep

Bogota Race Card
Chilean Victor Ord4fie hand
Colombian Oscar Maa ers two
jockeys who have performed
outstandingly at Juan' Fraco
were won the limelighrst and seventh
podroa.o Techo racetrack Sun-
day, when between them
virtually swept th e h7-ra
Ordofiez won the second third,
fifth and sixth races, while Ma.
zuera won the first and seventh
races. Mazera iosed out Ordo-
fies sensationally In the night-
cap victory, with longshot Chile.
nazo.
Mazuera, after Sunday's races,
was third in the race for riding
honors with 14 wins. three behind
leading Jockey Chilean Carloi
Silva, who has won 17 races,.
Chilean Jockey Victor Alvear,
who was denied a permit to ride
at Juan Franco by Panama's
Gambling Control Board, is a-
mong the leaders with ten wine.


C. Paz Rodrigues beat M. Es- The Gambling Board decided
pinosa. not to allow Alvear to ride after
Quarter Final Matches receiving word from Bogota rae-
F. Purdy vs. E. de la Ossa. ing officials that Alvear had
Joe Putaturo vs. C. Pas Rodri- been ruled off Colombian tracks
um. following certain irregularities
Results Second Flight committed by him during the
Defeated 16 race- meeting of July S5.
Julio Valdes won over L. Ro-
magosa No details were given concern.
L Hale won over J. Westman. Ing the infractions.


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.MNon has been approvedby ....t gy sn e=a pick 'am W... est's overcaU was passed armounonlye1 pr1eat of Oo freight.
prudent isenhower as .Just so there'll be no doubt bout t hsi. M sign of life frfm Northreght-
e tdent of the new Air t who s the e-Mrs. Harvey wash enough, and ipton jumped to
S16 st Colorado of the hilarious comedian, Harvey et op d the king of dI
e lB r airmon tells me he's vera bipily married me? opened the ing of da-
orf. West -prointm _Iof Button Shoes") for going continuation by dropping the ten. I
fi!. West_. L aee -(soarn.r m and East encouraged a f-T I
a Sforr academymat mon two year diamonds, and South ruffed. C 'v-
te since 1949. There'll Alway Be a Hollywood: After some thought, declarer de-
Marvin Finch, x-h us b a nd of ded alast OPPOup one of duP.O.)
MU'ls 0M.'Clure (whateovr thr t ts mya c b enWu s for the one
-Mri aretakas -upleasuryd f ,o
end bruntt Pat rahnrwd am trup finesse tht e could take.time i




A new al-lleeprertte "blue g gto get the romanticc build- Dr. Lwto now led a third round
ribbon" flghtbetweoc New that Imb mowr Hl b eak oft qu of n spadesdiscard- i announcin
ok ad Benos Airee theM mars wen I ei a n low heart from dummy O
ye....tt ig sn Whela d the second trum West took the
eJohn hriffin..s m anan n second ru we th the, wan a




increSaed I deanse on tee/ M-seu-. East considered his own discard- You'H find them of all siszes: singles,
8165-mile roue. w Aten in Meto f out Meum:o problem fot r a moment or wo d
NCalled "Bl Pres.dte wP el Picasso, the Frenchn I artid t and then dropped a diamond. Up d oues and tribes. Thieyre made ois
o 40 n -leeperette o pto get th. e romanticc build at Dr.aw ptonnow led a third round
ribbon flight between No i t i w 'll be brain f trumEps, nd onke more disca rd e f m y
also wm ra bye val A them he o sem froiem r a heart. color nd rbs we ll see, was in will



roar cabin attendants will be G Uilot, .. longtime swe due. who By this time Lipton had an ab C m- ... ...
aWorld rw s ent. 26 toape- t like with his e ife. w th e ount on the distributed. last ony
increpas engera and ful even- compete servess im and He t cn West hid isard- Yo l find them o a sies sin es



course dinners with champagne them right.) -- with exactly four spades. The geyl + + ......
6. Admil e glamr and p Attention Metropom e ta Museum: Ial diamond discard made it cler two




sonallzed service to Pan Ameri-, een: "Music Lever." A character that West .had started with three L *
can'l tla -w1Pk firsdet cla whablo Pisso, thea French ti topprano i dimamoond. ip.W doubles and trile. They're m e
cia"ll etD o w~h i l~i (t a sor my mower, his protine r elveto" ompty owead atasrst trump



t New York and Buen yoea wth his card suit Hence West truld not i tae. oc.



IeN gseadnte thel __ .. -thr stk d more than one clu .
day 3 n arrive in Gwen Cafrits (she aever V Hcarding a third heart from thand




eette chair. Five apivate 4:bet bruisp) e o n street hoodlym dummy. East likewise odiscardeds Mllofro ety ovely
l.m. (Will time) Tav uel. buthe' got tke from rbothmasue and led a club to dummy'sr ae.tand,
Onl b tree tops-Caracas, w e Gillot, longtime sneve ue, how is n ext step was ton had the jack
deJaneiro p M evideo-w thle weathe time he s endds with soig lte count on the distribution. to mo m





be made dvons the trip which on's N.o tor s ) hetess n lllo East to win, and discard. is~now enriched wills ad -
reuires only-' burys flying ised .l. ws Singdthe losing heart from his own Jron to pre you hob
"El Presidentge andeal's" re- ycompetitors. e Eat had to return knewne of his bid started ndd rie
turn flight wn leave B them right.) with examining ctly fou spde for k of
Aires ast e:30.e on Wednesday, say the diamonds and Eass hand.
arriving t in ew York at 4:45 foinitiontharom thel bo h e returned diamond dthe jack or ten dclr






p.m. (local time) on Thursday publishes TV guide for his ex. my's queen would win, and de-
soxtra fare e o Pan Ame c ribb n: "Musie I-avr." A anenbctr clarer stac d started wfin there kg
flight w be $10 between New a howhe inheina tin about ning dmo. East is d ov returned aA Ithe
York and oaracas,t between a shower, puts s a rich is levelof two suth e uld play the a fi __
between New York a nd Motevindeo teoyle card suit. Hanc Wa t could ot






or Buenos Aires. A berth is $5 chused d mugn te.., p omin bast contract could not be defeated.
Sarriving in New Presidential Nomineel In 1950
ork from South America on "El ca e in 1911 triton a do-god e- Est Kefauer introduced me to
id e atnr3 el&M ,and a onve oInrGwen Cafrits (she. never hives Having elountmd o lo a. nd,
the wArntine Acanpit atr4:- up) tr o Venice dor t Film iette U own cashad the racaof eertlnfb
p.m. (local time) Tuesday. val. She's booked for both masque afa d led a club to dummy'i asce






lyther which leaves for Pari ls, bu t oull never bu s ho(w Hisehxt ste as to Noad those jack
ad aome an hour ando-lthe wealthy husband of Wahilt diamond om the the milky Prme-Sr oolt VAh s mil
rThe new onlyight 4s de igned t gog. She's making m ing the losing heart from his ownlO
time. as Field Marshal RfnSel. How hand.
tu21 rn jt wm Especial's" *re- you like that? East had to return one of his 09010d lq end 00 MUK











meet te steadily nre Help Wan A Democratremaining th e oe AND HERE'S THE PLACE
these Ne York-Souh Anerican when Cin the company f otherde and say they want no one with tied.
firsr clis travel during July. it so dtult to mak whe er White, the ADA, inten, dumti
Te "E( l Presidente Tecal" probably ust welmend g pe a his my's queen world o cradle to.d d
service marks another bluetone who haven't real e b r could the grave. F igures senator MCing-






tn the development of air trans- tanee of never meeting thers an would ave been okay if he G
fport wbe$twen the United Sates empty-handeda. didn't come from IArkansas ,unand
Sand oAntina pie oneered 23 year They smaely make their pra K mmndn't tangled with Joe. (How
a-Buenos Aires flights were th ng theupcoming assm wherever they go Data From a Not So Dumbd.






madsse n eight days by 0-pas- something to make life a little Dor: Guy don't look for a gal's
seaner Commodore seaplanes brighter :)or more interesting for I. Q. until they've looked t n 1950
So In on aooers evetns Kefaver introduced me toelse.


nect with Pan American's Stra- t nin at i ittesofw h esaidad "practically el c-
tocrulser which leave for Parts Nine" to clean up the burg (which ted jpe Senator." Now this

me arned his d hter w raised dough for efauehas
eThermined to beome an actress sa Democratankroll















cocent Help Wanted: A Democratic looking for a candidate to stop T HERAME'SING FRONT PORLA OF CLUB
article.n CAMPESTRE. where relaxing, formal country living

Te advice, was this: "Rlemem. 4 61gisI Her's where the young ones t(ke ofl for
he ow Yrkorican whn in the company f o and say they wantnoroVe with ties nd
route which hit a no w peak in who can't figure out why they find to Eleaoor Roosevelt, HaTO OM't eep up wfh

fo eta ne eem t -haen ed. Yotate e m-, youu ut breathe rImn El Vnle's wonder.


Sot ob c ft-some l0e." "Wag ful clean air as they wait for their horses to make ihe
a ani at bit rounds. At night they'll go indoors to the big lounge,
advicnye tto v. bor the wm ,// alter a leisurely drink at the bar, and play scrabble,
an d eers ad e om nthey wor- cards, talk or dance. It'( such a wonderful change
withent as archm tiid as
a ang doll, tente the room MONDAY TO PRIDAY 20% DISCOUNT
em nd ndi a moment is on our rooms doubles re rly from $5 daily.



C a oa oelo iato ed ct Ie SS .
ti. people 0 the room, wh0etner
the. asrotranges a fiends or her DY --a
oannfowW

I**V**w 9. ob a'selcome. br tr bB up we ft..a- we"
a talesW bh e l,, ---d m t B IRDS EED


IN AAIN? Ewan Clage,
commissioner of labor statis-
tics in the Department of Lalfr,
is expected to be renominated
for a new four-year term. He
has held the job since 1946


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nd Vivian Corbly both of the Disabled American Veterans. The
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AN INDEPNDENT 11ILY W0WSPAPER


To Segregation a-

AMES, Ia., Sept. 1 --(UP) "Lt the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
The U.S. National Student Assn. ,
today called for "immediate IS- TNT-N TAPANAMA, P. P., WEDNESDAY,, SEPTEMBER 11 19 PFIVE CIXTS
thplem entation" of the U .S. Su- u pr s Ar 1o r tth te
prerpe Court ruling against school I it i ut. ..



e er McCarthy Army Feud Rep e n ort Puts Ike
The group Sare Csting about "
S me a colleges, outlined a
,fne-point program by which such NO M



plemantationcould erbe achieve To Retre Stevens
ed."The associ ation is meet ingloslcld with the subnrt y m y^ F R I Iw
si be e Integrationortheof"sw the races" at P r ....
all educational levelsinall U n e St p Jn ens, mmve the ear tw :


Is taonglhrstilitierw n dhelmnlyh country,""t tbao SI S e os 1 te ther stseurty s of o imr open r aed. T Aor ifeZe Bur k 7le hM essa tse tfo the | 5
ong oe r elo t dinl i nae.d WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 --(UF) the criticism and blame in his di- the gerte statement "ahis of. improper mowans orifuencer e t e r i a e kr Mt a Sl om
ed the report ofe a special nine -The final Army-McCarthy feud reaction, a close friend said. flee r based prematurelythe pr 0 Seator McCarthy or
S eman committee picked Sunday report has put President Eisen- While still convin ed of the terdnay-p--aso ronly hi ls sa i te iate e tht e ari
to tdy s of the s howr under pressure to retire truth of hi si of the tangleedMcCarthey for using a csint flInwas no complaed. ofrom d the my r I
Court ruling o tert Army secretary Robert T. Stev- controversy, the soft- okn tlal FBI loyalty document dur about Cohn's activities u ntil cSto t ,,
Thevote totendorse the repo ens. teens wasvsaid to adz t frank. Ing the hearing ndaforalag Carthy tried last January sub e-
was 285-4. itsed at The Republican and Democratic ly that the Army had faled to on Federal eml to vato na members of the Army Loyalty
In a preamble to its recom-amembers of the Senate Investi- put overits case adequate at their oaths of ae, s ecessa ~d Scree.ming board.
endations, t he eport sa id gating subcommittee last nght certa in poi ts he v en ghy t ,. give him secret Inform "How then does one esaptther
Groups thrown unwillinly returned their separate verdicts hearings. e or convito that the e a Schinemater TO r o
gether may wein at firstnd un d in the sensational dis u mte which. If Stevens resi s as Arms sec- The Democrats said use.of the was closely coupled with the sub- ,a i IU U


pfiaeasn tant t att s vigorou dscipne tehalt sioe his "dems d w n0 Aa hs onthen naaion ar fr osrae emman the Ffe said, it wil on spa
and unavoidable tension un Ile a-_ed nafutrrlaodr an bh ac o roue anhfraed muaU the a lM h e e RA Cm t o ral ods e 101 navRdh aTh eve
sant; but it is the t our et weeks this summer the outside" such as the White spionage Act and S tha e al thy had not insisted summon- ed rod h a anno un. oin the five as saying ce


dne ahnurd montlity that loneoth e paor tsactompanied. b Ay Houvnroter cdhan because of f Federalsecrew "wo ud pingthe membersofd boardrd" Adtodayt atBrig. w e to risclea W Se Ciae to rr
standings are best dissipated Charles E. Potter (R-ich.) and The Democrats declared that the government otter took Dirksen d he was l sn- war wasagainst
by integration." Dirksen fired McCarthy "fully acquiesced in rou ly the same position. sible of the intimations" that he befedt o.P05 h rsolutely for I'ndie The id into A m

The report urled an immedia te E
end to segregatn in all insrtitu- cism at McCarthy, Stevens and condoned" Cohn's efforts on Dksen said he end o rseda has a pro-McCarthy bias which Repaiateds we realized th
ete e a ttand McCarthy's former counsel behalf of Schine even though the eper editorial which con- would "Invite to belief" that his =rh demand, we wouldnii


"t ions of higher education and,, in f$i Dr on te saw .:si hae gredt cm t .tisca
pubnlcsoh oherytemsdwhaee a "te Roy M. Cohn. young iew YorkF attorney had r= ethe Army's case against views were colored. at a detention cam near the ex- try.,v, e o come tot o r
cultural pattern, distribution of d both said there was cotra- mised and abused the powers McCarthy had "collapsed' Rather than argue (e th pn change town of Vim ri in northIne
ltural f p a ver, d ribuee on oe dia- testimony demanding Jus- of his office and brought diarg- In his one-man view, the legess he cited w June 8 editorial n VI e r The five were among some 30 itely, am aeillbe said toe
population, racial attitudes and io e r sub. war veteran Potter blasted n Just the Washin Evening Star Vietnm Air Force technicians based In he t F e
'other conditions warrant. psb er) committee." about everybody connected which, he s K "Etates the CA* Indochina to service warp iu c
lt. also recommended that theAslcub l -the F n against t
prinTle of ,selective de se r e.haMa r te r d ha t thueic deal "For nos ltn pul e ao n b se Communistsa the cs WashingtonheStronlue
tn acn t oe p-be d whmbee tes aftheeM tr .r reosped | ^^ ^^ f ^\ \ i a t he on Ce ttse I "4gre le s m n s h e
racial "eat etitudes ar mre ha P an d r Po-e ws a drplc ia d emonrtnoa n V sl n a tprescreals toldhe
ly d efined, the proportion aers more harshly wit h e s t 0 e sdear c t
goes to whites greatered e nd the a ednate u Im commit che n a w f ie in Korea
cultural patterns less flex Ale." er evenly. Army counselor John G,. Ad. c ur.tomseek favors ore d et e is now in Europe, was f read m. th d thatDien Ble The first to-begin the last jotr.
uThe report stemme from asea The GCP majority said Mcar- aMrCs th ey said, merited the same McCarthy. ouser-chaea st by hs ion of as. sclsmi Ph fl e Commo nrey h omew Ton the, o nngH

bs pi s g sd r ror rhis fried Pvt. ]lbke rae Reo abllcaps, they leupd ith e Armsyeslsm asclne as a now.n ano y ol lorr .ws,'t.._ )--
ates reqement b outeTheDed t should h ave a d sed tun e oa s oicg gapveasevend eks d eb ne aou"amtte ourb olen ar- Peatter conened therebe ason "bun- te c manifes tationsro f ri endh sd f Wp fe Iron 'urt
6411-t el s ow her ,it acI "Fungl agr s av atnors i a n McCarthy a. chail fga sete o e "Ci om .iitc wefe v Mc- reading "a Prstre H ist Red Indt e ehinese pswared in*ew n the.. s/ld-.d o- f ,RINypt.r ( fUPfir
racial at uded on the s commidavid Sehine. B l cared the Army .of coddling SCommue "hostage y hi conat an o ,ra iari The Communists rted width a j t a 1
V n W M jt o ntravenal eAtere -I Carts t ou Dirkheen olateid the eirinewr- have no Romment.s Army W a eied als AmeriJn. _e^II wer errdw te a n ne. .,0 m
M-certhy of to thmbly t. byP dernd w hop and flourSSsr I uj., st1U Bg th at"omern st cetAyhing
tde were stuhen deI mrAnfe raing im ropeer nflue~e," I Daemocrats-a- d Potter to ed'8teveA. "entertaoae sou likewise declined comme. Math adCh five SArk r~doesso l i Ne woed iuntc futhe
esiy, (eorg e d yenstitut T Ite dayan a we a rd ers aeed a SnFores they captured aaor ge gD one-mie run into te demftariz- ical l m yar est
ever nthited geNateor, sander r-h teeld taher oknees eu t .p ll n nt foldm
I aand the rn versrity o s ortv b henit bied "mistaken B ase a t h near te euTouranee l e to me attheb communists l poe a ed today.
om te t e e ut' s oea inl or.Am oneo onGddities" n presuetdealk- resfn lIadeoT.hRehi loned Mcoaihy avild oat to p at ranlea t .
e en with MCart ad le on a ThY oe "Odpd arveri ords y" eselxe a i a9g. West
8n on Comm sr~m..




-,o nhstdar r was mshou hv "oitr reued t hriedit ho Ta hs menthem "fce fappaith in tnn is dbracoSntcommittee opee bile er fnlNcesC a a e4mnists, af- dif> t
te oht ty ofiersa art Paf- Vid thir cma wge onu his dm ins w
n po .l es agand s thePm iFOi worosdci Arlin et olto hns "redsto his so- "ha ing sc n e ins e a chan t e 1of.a..erod..ePwoi- obe r -
.* S tl a n o o _fi e t a lr de a ndp s t hhat. ch arh_. n e h e l. a grbed versions oh Atheidehth. _l A ellot ofDiw wan id-a.
bO rN statd eh hadhoo a nd nfiveU.S. bAn .orin aro .nfia theey s S o.







rddhmtofbech.a isp t f thei atymtilenhw-eaq. 1 )hheeoraal otes Te om itee mber alo --
hmodTg Areintot tht ialma. A %se d Senate Fme opn ore me tecpr at anc one-mil tha into toi hvbednr
Stves w the Firsts, howeeroa, otleh ching.bea nahOweeaoe th e men- -eo-rnf theOtnI n
T fornt jue D acatiloin, ee rm dch netohehr-rd aeedeandAirhBassosesassetnoJunte.; 1rp.n.
ireturn ofi Communist Chintio f t-
thdtewho was comreturned t rn a rwiecd sthd today. ArVirman rario saidtheKoenWhreJr., dLbadhtiam
HOI to is ere nelFAngeles" AircinalseGatolo An m orildren umpe thelaronrur

as Jac o$ bnrave egaed omu-tCartheocdft r ribSsthe bodeeeS e:
ndtrseetst e rheo mbhbdmntn heeV)tJ(aoraa eoe edOradip1garensoeewmhn
subd Ynt 'oAt 0meritter after studying de vomldcvol-a.avbol
i o saidhmd hthw owMr e uminoumeCon1" documents.ctinothe mens ommunicrdioalline yt ite eent D es t ecIn
b a-ed Unoffsci eslly, Stevens was de- bsePrhabeVoen oflised asmrinhoatrd.hn
8RrUL. Gepatilny toscribed by associates oas befDorestTr. cng prg teoedrinhm sr te erth ointeran eer N for Crin
Immidt harreoutd wyaterat fine bsprits" and noett ovey usaeZ ResorthetreFlhntth.yhdowoihve Jtreterne ro the
eethed Ncontry, sdrl o d dueep eeby the reports and the many -ree
Mrs. ichmldt, a divorcee, wn -l Rsms pointed at him.
arreted by American uthnerlihe Stevens fully exninctd inveson-ti-c Temnld2..hemoselvs J hr. e on inpramnit 18 TN, oet.
etwhrloodro was retued to .. tingafin h c. e tearl Btod0y all Fa
esa hStleohdo er-AnelsoGearlmieAr this month ono
German warrant. rptBthe washereo _e"for 0 ropne ar ad Ro, C.,hlis Chirativ
tased over to ermae s theroh o re- enatooe Dtmiomn mhaa Joer HaAyINGa---hen. i Arthur V. WnsTomtkte, ,and his n d her efaenteet e Wash- "1 id Aad8o, at ds 5 ier. a
d anont dway lifted byc9,ocourtiwissb heo eorbihoty heoh
S to adte Cort nw eerra. r ostuma n te g Invo to maC final plans for the McCarthy ca re hearings. illedrdar (D ) ierai FId; the PntMF etb a
d ourts.aniodtherewa~w nm no uminou so Ertd e w(as N.e- sllfe. haes VCt o c(tol ieon. nh enOehn-sonCiofi onae s Ofmla.n an e te
ot ober io m oithnte a him. reeisd ^..d Stacr etsa. ftenn aid tnen-y eoaes.o tbt tha n- eta l
Mrs Schmidte adissvpore HlSteven f lwl exbec -nhiHia shedo aeshesor lCv soann o eeeoe;a ais McCarthy inpulce.n deitw.

carries ed bOy Americaantones treotly A u h"ard ..r.o, under in various government of.
dor Geriman aounea A ile s assmeristantnJoe G aveled irnto Sile nad
S ano, aterwars .he hRd FOR And stth.lants ahmst fe-
1n orsdndthlm to bionml ap.ans fortheMcarthyhcss medical talent aAttabeGTaNe S(ptftt (U03)H-a wheDertlfnlosea M rmiom s
-No chagdthreaorted that hrlem -pan. 'beep filed a-....wman hi ---- ..,N) Sen..FrancisIe ( EiJnnDCo;
Sir the rom-tstei tuna boasop shouting, tavL-pounng rk comtteewtpndh seso
dM tiM Its rms Fotunate wF, tih in ,between ]U.CtrthY and chairmanthe task ofIn.ndadii whetgh..er Mo-rofdaet
1Irnto whato he RspI Tn- Arty.SeV. Wtt..1.. ( -)Ah.). C3Cthy onour.ollee Geneal' oi .:d..be d t
t =,iS Yl3% --JIapand showed ,Io cnange.ric_ eefour-traeearings
teMc5It has before ittang eargrs filed almoe
end" testified she hadndras and Ommeric an ts A B m1- istowrinviusUSte t tm k d. (-) o eh o o o" .l o eh
rOgr Sept. 1 (UP) --belome a r Dr. Robert beosmes daya correct..HT..... fileyotatesp resencomte earersnalso 10

s. Sachl front rto carry out rdhatiatpon diseases gathered at th o .motnstn haa. tom e cam secret Iasa; .An pr ae.ncwn ar nhebanreda.yre..
1 I. _r S eAr e wa s iadetAomed icalto rbused tin isrsud btyhow ca n e he so Smten.nJo- commute until deter me near- anes.an. e fr t h eame,01


,W= LOOMMoT l_5'.VE .MItaly W I(up)- 01, er.",o ... .. But.led Ue eom to inad _e th e Peiet'$ .powersIi0 1o .1 -_:
t Itia lolatl Prsonelh- ts]Iof our nited etatesmade a bidl ave a rght to kow..." Me- tee already had grs eO t Uon -.bynegotiating with Greek ship.- ;Teconil --Sw-wI
I n t. .. o...the...milita fo th broke In. Watkins again or the ch -ownersOn Eabt-Wr a de, and rumorng CdrAnna on it
B ln? to crry ot *with The Caine Mutiuf" which Iou are out of order,' the thy read &tatemen ta winleke Cohn to "abuse" senatorial privi- ;sai the conncl.s
No Theracts ."II Jea Fra Itala e Its chairman sawM hs voice ri charged irsthe had ootlenc a 13 i B oM w witend toow toe Blaup wr re
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