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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00501
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00501
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good neighbor when YOU the bas of his powr. as President Eisenhower poi twa i e line th Prei nt teisn though union leaders mh kings has contentrated-on reelama-
makes no difference. end yourvote by This would be an automatic vi- tbhe i ssued. hisa most re- hbower's desire to decentralize his them. There Is alsoU .. tioni rol an nirhs ll
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WASIGTON. Sept 10. -(UP) ideat and his top lieutenants may U. ngrsmen arrived hei
sThuoal oocurity Council reach a secret deuson on how air aSlburg yesterday o
mt w bW yMsteldy to ex. fatthe U. S. 7th Fleet ll range .ffd.a .tour of American m
changIeI views adpI .. a= f a betd or .ea proir. to pro- rinstalations in Euroe.:
Speeded .er wit_ Prea test Nationalist l-ua s the a- The group, members othe
dent M nhowr Sunday to con- rea. ry Afrals Subcommittee a
aider tm tary and f pol- The fleet is under permanent or- U.* House Government
den to protect Formosa faom a tluank Committee, are invest
m nation's to pol. tack. But the United States has the efficlenc, morale
icy ula ua group, coerr never said whether the fleet would ter aspects of U. S.. ml
at the White House with Vice retaliate it outlying islands were operations.
Prasidet Richard M. Nixon in hit. Sub-committee chairman
charaeb The Communist atteaks on .the ter iUehlman (R-N.Y.J told
Memhets wi fly to Denver for Nationalist island of Quemoy has men he had "nothing for pl
the meeting with the President. raised official apprehension over tion" about the tour so tar
Secretary State John F6ster the possibility of new Communist cause "we have agreed to ,
NDuble win hurry home from the aggression in the Far East. hold our conclusions until we
Far Rast to attend the #xtraordl- This rose hiher when Russian back to Washington and issu
nary aesaion. fighters recently shot down an A- omelal report."
.Adminitration sources said the merican patrol bomber in a "wan- Other members of the (
a"t pr ing problem facing the ton and unprovoked" attack over are Reps. Jack B. Brooks
Sito weigh -.the ignif- the Sea of Japan. Tex.), Glenard ULpscom') (R
eanee of Communist China's re- Dulles will give the council a if.) and Frank Ikard (D-Tex.
cent attacks on Nationalist Chi- first-hand report on conditions In They are accompanied b
nese islands guarding the island the Far East. staff of eight and three U. S
bastion of Formosa. Force escort officers.
Presumably Red China was the They emplane early tomo
he tope at yesterday's acting. for la egborn, Italy.
14 was attended by most' of
nation's top military and civilian A
No ". *command,"" is bs Puero Rko
IAmong those present were D '
fnse Secretary Charles E. Wil-M B
a, Adm. Arthur W. Radfor P ol s In Gow w
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Stoff; the secretaries of Army
.,**; U e. ie5,Dof- r sDesined By Moll
Air, and Navy and the chiefs okW I M
staft of each servfee; Atkmic En- ATLAN(I CITY, N. 3. Te;
erj Coeqmission Chairrian Lew- ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
isT. Strauss, Atty. Gen Herbert I-(UP)-Miss Puerto Rico
Brownell, Jr., Defense Mobilizer [peted last night in the eve
Arthur S. Flemming and Under. gown division of the Miss A
secretary of State Walter Bedell icep. a pageant in a dress desi
Smith. by her mother.
Duese is schedules to arrive at Senorita Maria Del Carmen
Denver at 2 p.m. Sunday and will Wlien the Smiths had their Me is wore a gown of white r
confer immediately with the Pres. house half-painted, a neighbor and chantilly lace embroided
ident. Te full council will meet wandered over to Inform them pearls and iridescent sequinm
at 4 o'elek .. that he liked the old color bet- winners are announced in
Presidential p r ess secretary ter, and he didn't thInk that the gown competition.
James C. Hgerty said the meet. shade of green they hbA4 chosen The 21-year-old black-.h a
ing probably would last three for a trim would hold up. beauty from San Juan spent
hours. The President then. will When It is already too late to of the day rehearsing for
serve the members of a 4Iffet prevent another person from Spanish dance she will per
dinner before they O(y back to making a mistake,it Isn't exact- n the talent phase tonight.
Washington. I charlmlg to point oat that Miss Puerto Rico, a profes
At the Sunday meeting the Pros- you knew he la making one. al dancer since the age of 1
and a television star at h
hopes to electrify the judges
NOVEDADES BITMOR audience with her dance.
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Oh, to be in Tibet, now that fall mother who Is a strip-tease dancer
here. For fall brings a great emeritus. And he has a yes to
ue of new TV shows which a act.
f-respecting TV columnist has The kid is going to v dramatic
0o watch-once anyhow. And most school, and wants to play the lead.
S.the new shows are just old But the lead is played by another
bhows, re-worsened. kid, in fine heath. So, at the big,
I had the misfortune to tune in hilarious mirthful finale, Mickey's
an Hollywood's latest contribution father fils the actor's throat spray
)o fine arts, a series of televised with rubber cement. He goes to
iudoies called "The Miekey Roon- spray his throat, gets a mouthful
Show" *0 r.NBC.TV. It stars of rubber cement and-well, you
Mickey ilt" which should give get the picture.
sm Idea. This kind of stuff is almost in-
sulting. Perhaps it's unfair to
T Vw TOPPERSjudge an entire series on the basis
RED SKELTON (CBS-TV), Do of one chapter, but they generally
want your eyes checked? try toime their best foot forwas n the
Red No I ike'e brown This time the best foot was in the
Certainly there must be more
Let -e tell you the plot. (No Inventive a n d creative people
_Odtwhy you suooldn't suffer, around than the ones who produce
) There's this kid, name of and present such feeble shows.
p Mulligan. Be's a page for There was nothing real ahebt It,
Ie4castiag studio. He has a nothing human, nothing but old,
who is a policeman and a worn out situations and plot.
-- "When in doubt, rubber cement,"
seems to be the motto of the day.
16 6 I Yes, Tibet sounds like a delight-
fi l place. Even better-send Mulli-
gan to Tibet and I'll stay here.
The ancient profession, jockey-
Ing discs, is taking on some new
twsts these days. Two new twists, a
S Twist No. 1-Martin Block, the
veteran of ABC, will have his show
aired over the Armed Forces Ra-
dio Service. They claim 90,000,000
listeners in assorted spots around
l IS e place 10 hoe pe"- the world, spots like Tripoli, Mid-
00-e10thinktheyWcongOtjut way and Goose Bay. Block sayS'
lmuh a eer for a quartW. he'll be the first "global disc jock.
ey." It will be very good for in.
ternatlonal affairs to have the
d i A, N f world meet "Sb-Boom."
e Twist No. 3-An esoteric disc
jockey. This will be Ted Steele,
who works for MBS. Ted's new
foI r record show will have him handing
dot bits of philosophy and poetry
P eAsneal between platters.
This could lead to announce-
ments like: "Here's Bill Haley and
--is Comets playing 'Shake, Rattle
The main a t In a sewing and Roll'-but first a word from
.1.a. l. is A I. itsn per- Socrates."

ranC.,6 7' Ahe maxi-
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i c sewing machine sl en-
Inared to the same precision
i the aloet expensive watch. It
oI the manufacturers seven
iags to perfect the machine,
it it tw l wEorth the time
id efi .'tM result Is a
arvel or. Come to
plt eui at home
it toi ah or

Peggy Wood, who Is CBS-TV's
"Mama," was standing on line at
a summer theater, waiting to
buy her ticket. A man In front of
her kept looking at her, obviously
trying to place her. He knew the
face, but-
"Extepse me," he said, finally,
"I know you from somewhere. I'm
a psychiatrist. Are you one of my
BetIre' Pe]g coul say no, the
c 4ke j., ad out and said,
" 't O IW "'Mama' when you

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The August Moon" very soon. This
s a replacement that carries an
ronic touch. Wayne, from the day
he started acting, had always ad.
mired and emulated Meredith. His
acting style is patterned quite a
bit after that of his idol.
Now the idol pinch-hits for the
An ounce of precaution Is worth
a pound of nasty letters from the

home audience. That is the theory
Peter Arnell, producer of CBS-TV's
"What's In a Word," is using.
Because the s h o w revolves
around words and word associa.
tions, it could accidentally lead to,
some off-color material. So Arnell
hired a psychologist, Dr. George
Bennett. He screens every word
beforehand, to weed out o n es
which might lead to trouble. Now
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*S.8. VERAGUA ...................... .......Sept. 11
*8.S. TALAMANCA ..............................Sept. 18
*S.S. QUIRIGUA ................................Sept. 25
S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ...........................Sept. 27
8.8. "BYFJORD" ....'. ........................Sept. 30
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B.S. ALCYON ................................... Sept. 12
*S.S. JUNIOR ................ ...................Sept. 13
S.S. SAN JOSE ........... ................Sept. 30
B S.S. "MABELLA" .............................Sept. 24

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SSew ell Avery Reports Drop,

In h fgomery, Ward Sales

CHICAGO Sept. 10 -(UP) Avery operated on the theory
Sewell Avery, aging board.,chair- there would be a post-war depres-
man of Motgomery Ward and sloa1 but his chief competitor,
'Co.. reported today the imalldnler Sears Roebbck and Co., expanded
firm's saNs fell off 14.4 D1 t greatly and built up record sales
in the first six months f1W4.. and earnings.
A company statementn to O In a terse statement that car-'
holders, sid earnings al p tried no elaboration, Avery. listed
ped by more'than 3 min d sales of .401118 118 for the first
lars but that working capital was ix months of tir year, which he
increased by mere than -uilHona aMidwas *a decrease of 14tB per
dollars. cent from sales n the correspond-
Avery's financial statement un- ing period of 1853.
de read a dramatic fight In Six-month earnings for. this
whtclt ianbder:Loula Wolson, Ml- year were listed at $12,401,2,
ami, has announced his intention compared with $15,731,973 I a st
to try to capture omtrol of the year. .
huge firm . But the statement showed workt-
WolfUon 'a$ been buying up ing capital at the end of six
Ward tck aldgirding for a bat- months this year was $593,U6,151.
tlo Proi0s a 'tlie next stock- compared with $577,887,259 las s
holder l.i April 1955. year.
The firm is. shown consistent r
lecraee in 'sales and'.earaipgsain Avery told stockholders th e
recent years-nder the hard-fisted working capital fund as of July
police' ofthe 80-yearold Avery, 31 was equal -to 8.9 times tbhe
who bhas mantalued tiht-lipped firm's obligations. ,
si!enhe about Wolfson's bid. In the latest skirmish for con-r
Theo* dlo&dao financier charged trol of the firm, Wolfson charged
Avery iadi flaned to expand the!Avery ignored -a request to let
firm ldur the postwar years, in-1 him inspect the stockholders list.
steRa buig uip a huge reserve! But Avery refused to reply to the
of idle working capital. 'charge.

Ike Reveals Plan For Sale!,

Gift Of US Food Surpluses

DENVER;, pt. 10 (UP -Presi-1 dent Eisenhower laid down a new
Agricultural policy yesterday y
a. a "" which he said would allow the U-
W aler W incell united States to dispose of a bil-
lion dollars worth of its rapidly
(COwbUtlane ltre fa 2) mounting farm surpluses in fo-
able Bing ..... A..u.-. of reign trade without disru p ting
enb ag b4ipy Album-49 of world markets.
TI..... r- ..-is Wi agricultural policy was is
Times Square Ticker: Marion sued along with an executive or.
io anetPalge's wusdertudy der providing for the administra-
i Pjam ame," subbd for the tion of the Agricultural Trade De-
leading lady again and laned on velopment and Assistance Act.
WABCIRadio . .'Jack uDmnpsey .
wings to Argentin today. Under this, law the U.S. may
Tknhe e of. us, who once seil 70 million dollars worth of its
ued Sim o o~ ring ...farm products abroad and give
Fred S aght former ownerofthe away another 300 million to friend-
Sno. l ,Cardinals, hea Igonettoly nations during the next three
Honolul after his release from the "ears
Federal clink on tax charges .. ye-".
The report, ofSam Gold's death In his policy statement, the
as wron V ill n a.local ho President said the magnitude of
... o w- i expects Florence united States holdings of many
Henderson, year o .ld blonde commodities was "such as to be
from Indiana, to become a darling capable of demoralizing world
of the theatrical season. She has commodity markets should a poli
the title role in "Fanny" ... Irv- cy of reckless selling abroad b
ng Berlin's "White Christas,, is rued. se g abroad
,jhe "sneak" pieliew at midnight pu....
'tonight) at the Music Hall. For For that reason he promised
the pressonly .. Doris Day, re-that the U.S would proceed to
placing va GaRdner in 'L v.e Me liuidate its farmsur sesn
Or Leave Me -be, paid dualdul ,A orderly ma ."'.

ine a aw u r artte
a wt e al surpluses'to timpair impl
'ean arTho du disrupting world rices
Bhro ad= *fs'lymn'Mnroe, of agricAlturat commodities.
ah fm g scenes. for oth's "7
Yad Itch;' may, be'see.* t the He said the United States would
n and exsington Trans-Lux at seek to use its form surpluses to
Maunn.SAtd*... ,Mag a utho E I increase consumption in areas
d Humphreys' spouse took the where there is demonstrable un-
plane for a Renovacation ... The dert-onsumpntion.
next Times Square police, target ""
wi. be the dancehaus suspe c'*l d he promised that in imple-
of "clip" stuff ... ueckem in the meeting these policies the U.S.
42nd and 0thb sector: The barber- government would follow condi.
shop windowdisplaying.autograph tons of commerce permit t n g
ed photos of several customers- private traders, both domestic and
all flaming flouncies .. Kyle foreign, to function effectively.
MacDonnell, now st the "Thunder- . I
bird (Vegas), .wll.4w#lhere until The President named Clarence
she unwilds t-frm teev~ producer- Francis, board chairman of Gener-
groom Rehard Gord n .. .'The al Foods, Inc., as head of a ape-
Leo Guildrs.(of The ollyGwood Re- e.al irter-ageney 'committee on
porter) wi divorce alter only 5 agricultural surplus disposal. Fran.
weeks .,.; "-M doek "Pemberton, eis has been serving as a consul-
nevview of the roadwayy show-,tant to the chief executive.
man, will wed a Colonel's daughter
Oct. 2nd ... Show-1el Temple Before leaving his summer of.
Texas shebed her.mate ... Morty flee here, the President confer.
Gunty, a 2dew comic- (due at the red with James Murphy of San
Copa next month with "King" Francisco, chairman of the Citiz-
Cole), was a Bklyn school-teacher ens for Eisenhower Committee
1i months ago ... The Shuberts arnd Mrs. Barbara Gunderson of
sent the Runyon Fund $1006 ... Rapid City, S.D., newly appoint-
Orson Welles has gotten so plump, Ied cochairman of the group.
folks mistake him for Farouk....
The "Waterfront" moved click Is Murphy said he 'told the Presi-
surroundet by lawsuits ... Since dent the "Eisenhower bandwagon
the McGuire Sisters (Godfrey pro- is really beginning to roll again."
gram) got their first plug in this He referred to te current con-
column on Nov. 5, 19852, each has gressional races.
made $100,090.. The President was to h a v e
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And El Panama subscribes to the theo-
ry that it should stay that way!...
Let people in other countries knock
themselves .out with the fast pace...
leave us live and'enjoy life fully the
tropia lway, the Panama way.
To p.hseve this atitude for ourselves
anm our vi*s, El Panama offers the
best, on the Isthmus when you seek
diversion whether -dining, dancing,
coctails, .idnite snacks, or special

C9me, ejoy liB at

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PICASSO'r FAVORITE-Sylvette David, 19, holds a portrait of
herself sketched by famed artist Pablo Picasso. She has posed
for Picasso's last 13 painting, which are currently on display in a
Paris art gallery. Sylvette lives in. Valuris, F anc,. where her
father directs an art gallery.

breakfast today with Republican Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell will,
I state chairman from the 21 Roc- comer with tee President Sun-.
ky Mountain and Midwest states. days afternoon about new' anti -
suoversive laws.:
Sunday. he meets in two separ- ij
ate session with 1 top govern- Later the Preiiderit and all'.the
ment ofife als to formulate new members of the National Seetrity
plans for combatting Red aggres- CotMlcjl will hold an historic ses-j
sion at home and abroad. sion here to hear reports fiom!
.ISecretary of State John Foster
FBI Chief Herbert Hoover and Dulles on his:far East trip.


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Don't Miss It!

No. 8 "J" St.

Tel. 2-2910


Prices Reduced One Third.

337o Discount

Until Sold Out

Hurry and Choose your.



PORRAS-Plaza 5 de Mayo

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Cowe in and try it! See for

yourself how good it is!

Demand for- these Smith-Coronas is terrific-and
yo7 i know why the miMnute you try one. They'reso
lighoing-fast that with correct rhythm it's imjf&a*
ible d jam the keyst! 38 tea-
tum iah ud{ fulnize profes-
siongl keyboard and Color-
speed Keys ngrrint-shaped
to cap'your fingrtips. If you
plan to buy, see a nwwl

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We ore unpocking

* Ice buckets, nicely styled 12.50
* Tables for bar, with glasses 36.50 '
* Small tables with beer
glasses ................. 13.50
* Small round tables, very
modern................. 5.95
* Special gadget with ice .
bucket and classes ........ 6.25
* Barbecue spits of stainless
5.95, 7.95, 9.75 and 26.50
9 Thermos containers, with
locks 7.95, 12.50 and 13.50,
Thermos containers, one
gallon ....... .2.50 and .N3s6s.
SLarge meat grilles......... .5 (A-.:
Sets of three pieces, for
barbecue large-large spoon, "'L
fork and spatula .......... 35 .

* Cocktail sets .............................
* Sets of 4 trays ....................... ..... 1.65'
* Mallet for softening meats and fish .95, 1.10 ap 0 140
* Plastic liquor containers SPECIAL 1.45 and 2.80
teniva. M

* rKnives fUor cutting
meat, fruits
and bread,
.40, .65 and .95
* Barbecue spits,
spatulas and large
spoons, all
stainless 1.40
* Wire 'trays for
fruits, colors:
black, white and
mauve ......... 3.75
* Bar aprons .. 2.95




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It will
bliadscitsch hoest
sew on buons! .
make buttpoholes!
-darn ad mead! .
embrdider, aqsUqo. asi soawe
gras easily sad profeauiomyl 'o"'
S. iilah ALL sewig ca'pletey.
eliminating tiresome headw
TIhe NECCHI will do all these l-
attachmenft -

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on the NECC

Be sure to see the NECCHI (neck-ee) before you-buyl
NECCHI is not just another sewing machine NECCH)
combines the performance of twelve different special.
ized machines into one! While you watchithe*deume
onstration of the.NECCHI you will become aware that
NECCHI is easier and lighter to handle tan any other
sewing machine! You 'will realize that N-41CIC1 i'-|l
precision machine of -basic sitiplicity, falr 0tlha
others. You will see the MAGIC WHEEL on the.MNGa HI
do dozens of different. fancy stitches aultomtaIaty
You will also see how Neochi's MAGIC WHE, ~tuv
any beginner into an expert within a few moenhT'-

TheN= new
Etasy teriss GeMeS1 i LI

Central Ave. 18, next to the Pf

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gg e n J'9'd er W a*.10S a Ji Cnral Ati & 0 4a Aak r ela
LUDES P oH ARIAC! a b .1 J oo de.a o t- t h a New Ave. No. 1 WJErf1U wD tsnh
Hou i Ara.asrJulyA* Se o J aS No... o. . m od hi.. O T 8. -A
Fit)oo d drb te horn-oe 44.",
juSAL Ae r0 Ave .rr eend Ntto O Lpude0 oISrmNo3tigIIa ", ti t eIv e anidmp to Brazil.,

w Ahe er oug ly A suly ed. md 2 -202 1A le Noe Box 4 B P oe u M Te s o n A r.y R affl d A M o ri g e H s
bo Po .63 -2333---------- Ptm .1877. Crsobol 3-1673. for Home or Industry rth
L: Doubl. B 19qil FOR N fSALE:-195 Chet 2-door GET THEM while they lst L et n Mnt i ie
S-dinin g rol 4Chirs $25; on, pe rIect conlitid, Aw tires CORTE INGLES'Annuo l Sl! o Ro FOR RENT Bonds like Magic lc uI n

to feny in room Sets rom Hyomtires, reor Moseort covers. esi. A of fruit ran d. Low prices on H OSSI Ready to Use on thn l M a who maery era rshef a
al De $39; Mehony SA., Automob.l Row No. 2Gullck. credit terms. Just say d Chgr:nIt." l m d---Wood, Paper, Cloth IIStSin R odmr arord tove me n th
res $2.50; Modern Vntie s Coro A..L-E. T L5A, h fet Del can EL CORTE INGLES, No. e, Cn- FOR ElIC S Santo Clara Beach Co Stret tD .eNm .- ep-p I _+IIof IaSls 5 a
H Bis Mirror $69., Other Bor- luO b d ,LE M 45 Ha. or nn Avetnue.. b_.hr___ .. No. 117. Pottio. For informtion i _I_ ) The United States RALEIGH, N.C.-(-P)-The Ar. olo _aduIte

o ,nin.ed.o nd Rebuitr._. . _59o o .i hP. -------------------- phone 3-1886."_"__ UCO* t IIO,,t" II-. told h ,atte4 Nations s-ctUr- my ha -losrd eD. chapter in onu + -" .l - ;
SX L-'-60OIO EXCHANG E hone. sdn $350 S P, shwe.Wil.lW trd am ahdlet in tl A.p bu il dt da a the ret ot oee 64t 4aor a57e. No .Ivce u SeT
Od Furniture. Open d Sur- Studebaker hmpion Hardtop con MIe F RENT Beutful rdence of O& f n kel Ma. Robert Roy a one divorce, a
a. uher. vertible, red won th erm top, m 2-2521tr brooms, Iot wB ter, terror ce.r rI r ita wi t unchIeged oter showd a 2 per cent ...Ha
Phf.2.G Ptor, 9o3.h onE 3-2350 33.eli for $2100. Pe -3035. atia tat w i dAom
Doubei e l 3h9-; b FOR SALE:-1ey che95 olet 29d oorGE THM wai letheor l-stAl s l rent
Ao. .-a -ode.n. nf.a. tn 2-2994. .ic.s o diir8s. st y ked H, andy*Ttubes dish- rm to tue -at l p eldA ad therela rehh

SlE:6-Two _rs si 9- "ChbrOt.' ELCOMEINGwSh ttr, s150 Phon s Mtbo 2- to Oct. 11. feaotata.....hadeefr-eon -st*-0Iiltls M1l rl oe t ltll l
n s 8-nrot1ono' Strsi froaC LESSO N S $2o. r ll grntee. rnte Low prices on i nCIs.R e s our e oa N- -a h e Ia ofo Sat.'. M -I.. UwSa ea. ,I
Met'" l k, 9 Myce n s A utomobi Row No. 2). Credit terms. Just soy: "Charge d t..--I Wood,, Paper,. Cloth I lU 'ng A ssn.of.C.
tebs$. h ou ; eoldrn Oi -- -"- I OR T INGLES: NBo [i rr 6,fe. 7il, C. ,FO.n w lEN2:-ho-beroo cth Strepietorto t .b.. ,. '.l .
' h Si Mirror nd new cordi- em fiv . i ....ret from l Avenue. ,l f a; baroo itsll. or a coton ie by two Sovlt IOs over As t e montCto the day Clark wa a bac or with n
..ns in" cost $343 plus So0 u Lre, Mv. A ercoomedm rvn to 9 rdd powe transform 35; coetd o bedroom of apan last Satur3 a-trhe eaIGa, a huter serious love intets. left ly.

Aresta.Hatin-w onil or t te r y ea. 100 technical books, adio, ctri- th moe anrn one as ru soam bly acros R .ment. ig CU a few distant atve. H
4SA125 s W-Used- a b Ca r .r $en1i.uo c l,5phoRtor.phyltc.r$3eo 2d bul*orat# ate s.ih one6 phone '4 1 vear4- ch56Tnhd, point hf Um. nled Ui thck woods ob. indsriouVI ide.dly a.
Sswo 'teeditwhrEm A in w o un ...-- AG t S.t- iacc .ven aa.otd,. .. appedag o$ hly t etMlgrt.

in Kodok Mcdfs1 with t- Or dreds of miscellaneous r d UP Jl o EHOUS ortly before by Soviet dele- branchesP and that Mcaone it -No eit

iii:-asherbaxlanuceomftorrsto- Fully i sured. parts2$201.several wor ( gK g 8-ST Ond T "- U. gate Andrel Y. Vo=AWlsky, who invisbe at 15 feet, the hunter alestatidnel hrt. Crk lvd
l di Furniture, Open, all day Sotur- Studebaker,, Champion Hardtop con- Mlaee3al.q I FO RENT:--Beautiful residencerS of o "'pattn atm p unrookeo Mar Robert Rok c ark. otIee hwd ... ,, one divorce ,au
o ; i F At :R B G S o 000 uos, oe bate terieee C ahe .me, ..b .a k dn r cent div
26refrigeratFOR9 oste $2v450, sell.. fo r. $200 -rPoeor 2- 703X. i.G enE 'ww peace. lt. e more ton 10 yearto, Clark rt o 0 s wih Mitn re l
CR aLE:Ad rl I 83-5232 after 4 p.mit. WI",-.rORKMEIN:Grasp This oPt F lti By!Cbddo
acu. f7 n. erATTnRWSOrbe w I29 vde.. eb S o f. rhod h i eD TRANSPORTES c I dHlady thu te b athr doff ca lls de adr e re o ou5
sonble prce. 5344.ntrS; FOR rSALE Ve ST PRCE, 19 2000 Ford Kho cki pants ordnall sold f n $1 Cumbres: .3 bedrooms & unfurnishs, BAXTE iR, S. A. o tl Cbot L0 t o .gy nc r1- t ArmS. ih nno. n ,Hcckn.. e0 the beh
st. I tl 34. __ 4-door, duty pad, gooe d room a 1.eWrede d prp.e 4 cds room and both Otomenic Sa t, Wewil l etch th Is r reus- werlt osn me im t a. rl C miso ed wha a Od e
Smation. o 229 9-3pr.i..s o, rd tr, "us we ,-t tae rt-paefl la ufrtil tle tnbthr. knowt thvsuve said the reat- ivp high
S 2.E MTod s rn -. .anu s, u-2R I OChar EgeN ot" L CrFeO INGleS Eshr, $t50. Pon. Colon. 2-I r Oc 1I-tlto o eiea .s ting a ln.asu na. to v e Sheg n .en a r

BigMirgror_$69enOtbercBa- FOR .C oup_ eI wndstt tw rqv n No. r117ttsf acto, P -o. is cal docted abln din lcc lr IO.a1 ,rtT.n maol-htthe USt esR EI GH, Cly 5 w as edtce
ioanp, extendion cRds. 5 ,. 73 etra A. 283rhoe3. 68 .FeI-,UNo MaatiosUrmaw e sr e o asd on ,n aew In recl yer ro ll one

41 So <. 9 m er, with s. SALE: Kodak "Pony" $120.a 59S -mi9r, a' s rr trt R 1d0o i s Pl. all
P IOL. EXCHANGE, Diablo.P hoR SAL -eotr r 8 FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom chalet at I wCntral Avk.the 7ol e I rfmltsh ofldos th lloge~ee ffice r oft a o'

Poal nseos, __m2 4 vet'. r ee aport-r ctSiaon wak N eeded A t Caalsr HHly odozeul rse t r
d maogan frcams S io la ai -. 1 .f. 2.E s 1 do.. we. 2..8..8. I Aobl MabVoN.ETa.uta.g as e gae. lo ..-ed.out f.a .r'gn forre eo vr N EsW T IRa S
Peo ASAvLE (our SALEC -erviL or Cohat 35 toind 1 .el.a 3-
.O9.AWiematm Ei Cashf rourIy l U. r dLvefev'f eNa. will bra1e soldA eri ca or3-5322in h NaW Uivt ha -bo w Aiccnt ofm t ost tpearts hi itamp ean Od Tnaofims
'lFu niVure.Open, d' t mr C Statk No. MpioHm A pr St -t c lo seupn totu s r- FOR RET;-C-Baol 2-bedroom Opart- thite h oWotinf the r M ion Mt a .R oer Rnoyl fkof 1 ra.

da. v.e ...witharoo r* ,top...000 ,,three. boro-.--om a RId oUrinV a ' mf m .'u f .. I3570. ihoid' Lr m. atc.d Pricno 2,0 wwhofBlPr.e.wa ra rio .ro,_p n aTi Tan tteyr Graranr W rtC wat errne.

SALE U:'flh Ldl *eOy e d E T WORsatE- Ori hot ysr s0ud PhonL 3-03bell roorom atve Ia e CoiHelgf A tt mhwi

HI i VIIR, r .P I ^, SpLrce. i lvlcdb'_ 2-1245344a0, n Deort. Iw, ,-a b.o IA d e.. fr, tBhe Ch.Afc T Al ini -1-te E C-yAiE .l-
Ow FO.e Sr m Vf]sx1. erm i froam',lFrr. pa3n 2 rgin l Holdfornverted ino bedrooms, r e2 bt ha 1 Panam a
2htis bargain am go rm i oneg, p ry ehtc.4, $3.0- asleol djr y. Rr,. 9 de oiou d ti te stol" i blo d cr o somethi ng skl l-Ae distato. ...He

-uon pnhe I e l own cgdithh ton, h -J u 56-3R0,v s t.hS p, n f aen t-ciic wood surg j r e obeiol
a. Krad of them as I h rin- f l s FOR RdNG:-O neo-blre a .m fu.ip Ui1rsty of Chicago. She has g .
AiO exesonUct.to"rds 577beoreb"CSovietit.e-ELr acTE b2d3liabhstdolns erhata uesitnW ori-e

oesr mother or heir last t S, for 1MLC I No. 82, P8rd. Phon, 3-294. and secondary schools IWgoaaaor I store he .len
rinsh inacamp frmSmdr e4FORa ttthothnb ara .hG l. th ps. .... wC r ai n

,%mattdorsn SwT:m'EreNn s4 "'-' NredatUno d e$ssed As t

|ds. 4 d tOctober -p|he ro emlin b t rancei h toteGlfCuC*asc t cO ANt M OotoS r" t et adN.
I 1-3stn g ,usopr $ m400. R...al.. E a ""ad hus sim.at io n herSnd aby. s cantWo t berdrao-,Isudo h.ccn12noon. orn ohntATeaaishedbTIre1"

,o r.an ... el .or.. m ie to ntes rm.je datng a four om ei reI fgerao aI fair 5;tooa for thet pa:t Cvcral eis e -thele

fmpus L#odge t -"bfrm "n to 9 p ten r Wmee- .. .-,35-Penv ertedeintoOefficem, JarARit
,,- "r rl.o~o two4CcluTO 1ho$. Wo ae. atn" b -" y asvtSeepersod* ade aI.ntck DURrINeG ElaMB in
ho',e."oJ 400 mer Pr.0i.ce mu, moreo r 76 -- r1 Br to bcatovtusyh.aepert lg. inordlroand 'ete-I!

if inysllatio -'w i whleh t....l f. four p Operte 80, BaRdm0tectratora, ha That stabbinit aln occurred Its o ,raty.of Panama. -_he hold ns ll a :y II
S oi 1.. aho i r me .ting t E disc' 2ermany and hinted that t, p hat rct rainbow Cit arhe l wod fined el So easter's degree from the Unet uflageiver.e F
b. I-monn meeting at the to prepare a wider all-European lan for m tngthe Commu- alty of Chcao and has tau I C ter A
et o'e 6ay. .I Sturda an the haEt. ... thesh r arort WE WILL ALLOW YOU MORE THAN EVERoh
Uo p *Jpota eo A hem lpolrousenF i. nn ta tiohnan ShipprverswaItc fho r'sip a plant e Civ sa-

sprins; ta e wb idow. $50 mnhy, two-bedroom t8me. i Adfahe slrrteri1ndaco BEFORE AND MORETHAN WE WILL EVER
/l Ko ak M i I ans.r KonrwFR d AdLnauer. noHhna: rand boutheaSt Aoae h rtmPongad t.Veoas Provniehe Ca r ..

SAuetrian nernnent and otmtions dre as complex eaied ento o nd ha taugh e past four t h t an A I
Et ip A .nea, was under- diflt a the Korean problem qaN of piou year n Ponuga and :antno BE ABLE TO ALLOW YOU AGAIN t r

I: moter .otood to tell Moscow that Its 18 me iths ago. if not mor. so." --.- elementary schools she attended ..
1feL Vy A. ra rejced In But r e addde: tdnlM ot ttet h bunh YOUR USED CAR ON A
,, County t roe t frcamp BTei1 o0reerars that taW slatd or, trail- frm 01 kt l
swo i ft-5 Us .I5t0l, r CA Lnal a 'Ara
so f A. .. 5 with s. IN$ IO ICIni d b ne.lnt e is ,bken gb c scmibheck mm m 'ak--ro al-
ho et.er.4 0 meItersP50e a case, also Mrne"twoto-1 carobviously ostrainingt.s-I
d75w0..PATTERSON, -24346. Ave. e bo Strue ei 7 hpm .to9....em',Pr, '-.O-fOZ--
t -9111 `4.A."A,6. 'hn eI III 2-436 oweekday 3asonaflight.th t ll m. Ca' de v n r a ai n- N EI
day.SaturdayoandSunday Phone MadedailyeromJapant totpape.rrhahrstalle ad rp Irr A -i
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SMi, VaRccines UtRoya Princes Passpoport Picked Up
S.. In Italian Drug-And Sex Scandal
Blood Samples From 40,000 ChilIdren Being Tested To See H It .Works 0

DO. JONAS SALK holds rack
of eultares for vaccine test.
natillon am glass tubes in a
network of laboratories from
Coinnecticut to California will
Olpetermine, by early next
SIf the alk polio vaccine
In the tubes are cultures being
used to find out whether the
vacoine makes youngsters de-
velp oll-flghting -particles
Within their blood. Reports on
tlA with the tubes will be sent
from ,27 laboratories In this
c0ntry and C.nada to thqe Uni-
yjslfYy of Michigan, where pr.
'T inas Francis, Jr., and a staff
oll oc. than 100, people will
m the final evaluation of the
v, iin's effetLvenes. ,.
1 Iea fthe appoximately
94 iO c who are giving
dee s les of blood for test-
Int, ''4 separate tubes must be
carefully prepared and studied.
At lea ,O oS ot h -th ubes
wll be examinedd under micro-
scopee. / "
The number and complexity of
the tests which -must be com-
plted help make the vaccine
trl one of the most massive
t'eIcal investigations since the

science of healing began. The
high cost of the program Is one
reason why an Emergency March
of Dimes is now being held.
Only because of laboratory
techniques developed within re-
bent years A^e so many com-
plicated tests possible at alll. Be-
fore the development of what.
are known as tissue culture pro-
cedures In 1849 by vr. JOhn 'F.
Xnders, of the dlidren's Med-,
ieal Ceoter in Boston, such tests
necessitated the use of live
monkeys, Imported at great cost
from Calcutta, India. Dr. En-I
ders discovered a way to make
glaas tubes with bits of growing
tissue in them replace living
To test a youngster's blood tol
see if it contains antibodies. or
pollo-fighting paritcles, scientists
need. three things: a suitable
growing tissue in a test tube or
other container, polio virus, and
a sample of the blood.
The principle of the test is
simple enough. If you add polio
virus to growing tissue cells, the
virus kills them, and you can
detect this by looking at them
through a microscope. If, how-
ever. you add -a little blood con-
taining anti-polio nart i c 1 e s,
these will protect the cells from
the virus, and the cells willjMot
In practice, the tests are much
more complicated. First, it takes
a lot of careful preparation to
make sure the virus li of the
correct strength. Furthermore,
everything must be done three
times, because there ar. three
types of polio virus. Finally.
samnies are tested a number of
additional times to find out not
just whether anti-bodies are
present, but In what amount.
Some laboratories use the pro-
cedure outlined here. Others em-
ploy a test in which some of the
work has been somewhat impli-
fled- and o which miroscoplc
PR0mbattMs is 'lot AI essary.
Either wayv t is a big lob.
Many of the blood' samples
make a long trip. Those from
Nebraskaor exatole, go to a
laboratory at the University bf
Oregon, in Seattle. Those from
vaccine trial areas in Texas go
to California. Samples from Ver-
mont go to Tulane University,
in New Orleans. One laboratory
is in the small community of

ROME, Sept. 10 (tP)--Police
today seied the passports of a
royal prince, the son of Italy's
foreign minister and a former
Rome police chief after linking
them with the drug- and- sex
scandal swirling around the Inys-
terious death of playgirl Wilma
Seizure of passport in Italy of-
ten is the prelqdeo A.arrest.
Police disclosed they had with-
drawn the passports of Prince
Maurice of Hesse, 23, a nephew
of exiled King Umaberto; Piero
Pisciofi, 26, "Jass-loving" son of
Foreign Minister A ttllo Piccioni;
and Francesoo Saverio P ol i t o,
chief of Rome pole when Miss
Montesi's body was found on 'a
beach near Rome in.April 1953.
Prince Maurice denied to news-
men that he knew anything about
the case. D I .
"I do not know the p ople in
This case," he said. "I was in
Germany when this was happen-
ing and I am completely out of
The prince, elder son of Prince
Phillip and the late Princess Ma-i
falda and one of the heirs to the
House of Savoy's multi .million
Dollar estates in Italy had just
.returned from the cruse through
ONE OF40,"00 YOUNGSTERS who a*e itgheli e Ile4otest
the Balk polio vaccine, seven-year-old Roberta Andertson looks
properly serious as she's "bled" by nurses inh Plttsbutrgh.
Hamilton, Mont. One is in New ditlon, detailed reports will be
York City, made on all. instances of polio "
SNearly 1,800,000 children are among those included in the stu-
partipating In the trial of -the dy, whether or not they actually
vaccine developed by Dr. Jonasreceived the vacne. Teams of
especially trained physical thera.
Pittaburgk of the Univett 42500 e ts will evaluate possible para-
received the vaccliq. The others Mais in those who contract the
constitute a control group. adse.
Records on the youngsters are A report on the vaccine's ef-
being kept at the University of fectiveness Is expected during
Michigan by Dr. Francis. In ad- the early part of 1955.

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the Aegean Islands with 92 other
European bluebloods.
The body of the 21-year old
Miss Montesi was found half nude
on a beach near Rome. Police
then listed her death as due to
But 8ilvano Muto, a. Roman
magazine editor, charged she was
murdered after a wild party at
Montagna's estate e pl 6 d i n g
what has become Italy's "scandal
of the century."
The government brought Muto
to trial for "disturbing- the public
order" last spring b1t abruptly
ended the trial and ordered a
thorough re-inivestigation.
Police said Prince Maurice visit-
ed an estate near the beach the
afternoon before Miss Mo n t e s i
Piccioni was alleged to have;
been present at the party which
led to her death, although he in-
sists he was in bed that .night in
Rome with a sore throat.
Polito as chief of police approv-
ed the original report of acciden-
tal death. Informed sources said
chief investigator Raffaele Sepe
now has concluded that M is s
Montesi was murdered but it still
is not known by whom.

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9 <.SOjr 134, Panama In both quantity and quality Russell T reported the At-
Ctfc anal Zone Council 801 Is Stri d- lantle t firt aid tour -
Ay Stal-- ing ahead according to reports ment watbe held Oct. 9 at the
submitted at the executive board pristobal girs gymandthe Pa- rn AS ,"
w, f (.4qsmeRnt/s /a...y,,, Pa,/ort,,s and 5rae io.d ema promLtt to .nu m oSsh mt. meet lg held last evening with ic district at Troo2. Tro 17 Ft rU. a's Cb
council president Col. H. 0. Pax- Clayton, Oct. 23. will"tmienL re
Sa 1on o anana 2.0740 o, 2. 0741 llwwn, 9.00 aJ 10 a.m. on. son, presiding.date A large number of fire p reven- uubwill
A membership growth to date tlon posters will be distributed T. Woman's Clbwl A Vm e
____ ___________________________________- of 17% was reported with 12% by the Scouts In cooperation hold t.ocial meeting ext oe ftwtiposi
S FIITE tives ..In.. i a number of places in- In the Atlantic district and 20% with the Fire Department. Judge sed 40.d will ha. as tect th spimbr, ot ow..
CHRISTIAN DIOR SHOW IS DEFINITE iluding Mrs. Eggleston a parents in the Pacific district; Exploring E. M. Altman, Pacific organiza- speaker Mr. Capt. E. W.e lodg t o.
1s LADY WILL SPONSOR GALA AFFAIR clapt nd Mrs .. E. Eggleston: shows the greatest gain with 54% tion and extension committee son of the ovation A who _
R BENEFIT OF PANAMA D CROSSwho now make their home in St. with Boy Scouts second with chairman, reported a new Ex- will b ve a talk on v ork with
The First Lady of the Republic of Panama, e C- etersb 38%. An indication of reciting plorer Post organized In conjunc- the blind. Oe of the blind chl. years.n American fla t the
The First Ladyn, wilof thesponsor the Christian Dimaeor Pthion etersburg, a. being done showed 85 new boy on with Troop 3. Quarry dreT the Pa a school will with two beautiful palnt Is
Shcili Pnel de giReve n, at Hotel El sponsa on Oct. 30. Thnshow Miss Carpenter joining Scouting n Agust. Spe- Heights and Amador are inter- the gift of George A. Berna was
Show to be ven at Hotel Panam on Oct. 30. The o M s Ca ool cial awards will be nade in con- ested in organizing units. affair is n charge of es presented Paxn by Council
which will take place at a gala dance in the patio wilbe rnbe t oe Pana- y was junction with the Fll ROundt dames Jones, Frank Leap and vice-president Hans Pederlan.
for the benefit of the Panama Red Cross which Is just com- Off on the Panama today was Junction with the Fall Rounu p a
for the benefit of the Panam Red Cross whor ch ildren. coiss Pamela Carpenter, daughter with the climax being at the De Past President Vincent Blava Calvin H. Johnston. Both Atlantic district chairman
letis twian Dior will send some fo his attractive .r nn of Mr and Mrs. Bruce Carpen- cember Courts of Honor where announced that a movie short t. -'_. Vic Young and Pacific district
annChrisequan Dior wilmodel fiftysend some of his attractive Parise ol- ter o Balboa, who wil! reenter special Bobcat and Tenderfoot '100 Unusual Boys" would be Temple chairman W. F. earn reported
Sane ns to model fifty dre of hs nJudge f or themselves Abbott Academy in Ando ve r, ceremonies will welcome in the shown with the picture "Living Me et, O their districts In ood condition.
section. Ithmans may therefore judge for themselves as. ubs and Scouts recruited from it Up" starting at the Balboa Sunday the Mount Ephraim earn rerted hs for the
whether Dioret's new lines, which have caused a world wide M Sept. on. Theater Oct. 2. This short tell Temple House No. 8. I. O. of G. tatue' o Libert had been s th-
tremor in the fashion world, are to their 'taste. A Daughters Will Visit the story of a Scout troop in Co- the yanc., willeet at 4:30 ced and would be plab.d soo.n. F
Dior's representative plans for the show whih is no At West Point Pacific advancement chairman lorado who have become nation- Corinthian Templodge "..
definitely scheduled. Tickets will be put on sale soon. Misses Mary Louise McCarr Robert Worsley gave a full report ally famous for their interpreta- Nomation and elections for ason a ted a nominat-
and Miss Louise Laidlaw have of the excellent results being tion of Indian dancing, to such. the enuins darwecibe sinorler ng commR.tee composed of
Col. Adams Returns n'ign trade. Peter is a cadet at left for the States where they will shown by a majority of the unit an extent that they now teac the ensuing year will be In orler. Worley, W. R. Price and aeder-
After Flying 8ens Valley Forge Military Academy be present at the annual ring- leaders in the advancement vro- the Indians to dance. en to report at the January0
Afte Flying Schools in Wane, P a. dance weekend a the US Milita. gram. The results to date exceed A full report of the stepped-up Judg Oputlfl.Crowe gave a full council meeting and a pecilal- a- wth ger whie S
Col. John cho. L. Adas of Pa- Col. Adams flew both ways in ry Academy, West Point, before the 1953 advancement and In activities of the Explorers was reportof the sustaining mem- wards committee composed of 2iUl htl
naCol. has just returned from a his Piper Tri-Pacer, making the returning to their resp active many instances are double, presented by chairman Gerald bershl_ campaign and announc- Blava B. Everson and O. C.
week's trip to the States for the return trip from Brown avill e, schools. Wolf advancement shows 134; oyle with special emphasis e4 that the council budget for Lockridge to report -at the Feb- - r
purpoweek'se of flying his two sontate s Texas. to Panama in a day and Bear 78; Lion 40; Webelos,. 20; placed on operational procedure 195 was in the hands of the ruay annual dinner. Th st des-ripton .
brpot an P rg hbc to so a half. Miss McGarr, the daughter of Gold Arrow Points 194; and 811- sheets for the Cruces Trail hike Comn8 unity Chest budget com-
Albert and Peter, back eeto secoondi a Maj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, Com- ver Arrow Points 269 for the and Puma Island adventure. Ex- mittel for action. Several new members were ap- est founation garmentsa-; en.
Bothe summer herave with their par- Eggleston Sail On Vacation handing General, US Army Ca. Cubs: Boy Scouts have had 61 plorer Units are already prepar- Campingand activities chair- roved as additions to the board atned ina word: li .
C s 4 i s l ;5mo t 1 5 c o cwwsl J o ,air p eitt d olr, b o e tra
te Albert hi renter Thlsa Saiing today for New York on ribbean, and Mrs. McGarr, will second Class; 40 First Class; 15 Ing for the 1955 cayuco race with m'n tell M. Jones, camp dl- replace some that had moved. Gtl.e ,h ihter elaetie, lt.
university in Oklahoma to corn- a two-morth vacation were Mr. reenter Lake Erie College in Star; 8 Life; 7 Eagle; and I Ea- 2 units securing their own boats. r actor oft Camp El Volcan report- A complete report of council de wih
niverty ni Oliahoma to m-~' Mr 1 .,el M Egglestn. Painsville, Ohio, where she is a gle Palm; Explorers have ap- Post 4 and Ship 10 have secured ed a ucasul camp this past funds was made by council tr..
tat nd fo On their trip they will visit rela sophomore. proved 33 Apprentice; 20 Rat-new quarters and are busy fixing season was er n attend- treasurer Frank W. Hohmann
?sjines niniaratiotanddforon their trip they will visit rela- sophomore treasurer Frank W. Hohmannet
in s, 3 Ordinary; 6 Bronze: 1 them up. abce and amore tcraft wasItogether with an excellent analy- ade to take strn off-te o-
Miss Laidlaw, who is the daugh- Gold and 1 Silver. A new training booklet for acomp tshed than heretofore. He sis of the camp operating and ber. cut hiowng sahthe mor
tcr of tWe USARCARIB Chief-of- The Pacific Court of Honor will junior leaders was highly recom- thanked board member, Rev. maintenance funds. b1 o i should more
Staff, Brig. Gen. W. E. Laidlaw, be held Sept. 28 at Albrook and amended by Lt. Col. Royce Eaves, Jack McDuffle who served as foundation garments, are
A and Mrs. Laidlaw, will be a jun- the Atlant c Court at Trooo T Atlantic district training chair- chaplain for his fine work and Tentative plans for a scouting ed with support, beneath
PAN A A M A H O GANY or at Texas State College for Quarter, Cristobal. Three new man. Courses for new leaders are also in the building of the Camp dramatization to be staged dur- or an -the-shoulder-.traps
!Women in Denton, Tex. Earles have been approved, being set up in both districts for chapel. ing Anniversary Week was made an* r
H E a -- Health and Safety chairman October. Finance chairman by Scout executive R. H. Ash- 'g "-"
IN A Honduran Embassy Cub Funorees will be held at baugh and approved by the styles and designs, washail
11 RA I A 1 Sr IY LiU Postpones Reception Ft..Davfs tomorrow, starting 9 board for committee action. This beorr q.
Honduran Ambassador to Pans- Ple r e am. and at Vt Kbbe Friday will involve all Cubs, Scouts, and becom surer and quicker r
Sma and Mrs. Marcos Raudales CC O, SSept. 17 starting 7 p.m. Approval Explor from both districts. Pax- O soure1, nto.
f-- Planas have announced that the and Grace. was voted' he continuance of t.he son introduced Cdr. R. S. Paret, tound ro whents s g any
Independence Day recep tion Learn to dance with Arc Awar program with the 15th N.D. a new member of the remember that they r
..scheduledforSept. rom to 10 Scout-o-rama slated for the sec- board. Other board members tierh a The wate
...p.m. has been postponed and will f7 I ond saturday of January; the present include Past President washing them shod always,
b e held later in conjuton with Camporee the first weekend ofLockridge, Leonard Brockman lukewarm. A mld- avi
'the celebration by otheriCentral dt OrOt_7SMarch and .the Rendezvous the and Rev, McDuffie. able, too, i you wish prolong
American countries of their Inda b first, weekend Of April. thte oin e S fpyourp u n
pendence day. Special Classes for Pr-school A ull report of the 1954 annual -th e of your pretty u
_._ ..* .....-** Btots, Women and Children meeting of the National Council If a garment is given frequent'
of all ages. held at' Washlnton, D.C., was Felix Karpenaki, former Cub- sudsings, a bra aftr eachwe -
Sm I L t n OC all a made by C. R. Taht. over 1700 master Pack 1, Coco Solo, ha
Newspaper Week .h.si
representatives were present assumed, the:leaderah l of Pack there'll be no need for hard rub.
Ie Ode-tl C l 1 8 ,ma^'REGISTER NOW with over 3000 at the dinners. 6, Cristobal, and would like to bng. Simply ip them into luke-
Cla re en Sept. The speakers were all inspira- meet with the mothers of Pack warm soapsuds, and squeeze the
SClasses reten Sept. 13 tonal, with the highlight being Cubs andmothers of prospec- suds through. Rinse them with
NEW YORK, Sept. 10 (USIn -- For, all information Balboa 1751 the appearance of President EIs- tive Cubs at his quarters No. the same squeezing motion in the
"Your newspaper-freedom's for- enhowerw, honorary president of 369A, Third Street, New Cristo- same temperature water. B ot -
um "is the slogan for national the Boy Scouts and a member ot bal Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 10:30 them with a clean towel and hang
newspaper week which will be the executive board for many a.m. over the shower rod to dry.-
observed by U.S. newspapers Smooth out all r gibbons and
during the week of October 3-8. straps while they're wet, if yo
The observance will mark the want to cut down on your iron-
14th year of this activity. ing.
"This year's slogan, "the trade
Darien Mah.ogany publication Editor and Publish.. GO PowE
er asserts," is intended to stress..
the role newspapers-plas Ia tho C k J' .Athlfers Fleet Ih '
1 ~ DOWN PAYMEN~T ~"' ,^meeting ground for" L 'ea
SDOWN PAYMENT The United States has 1,7860
bined circulation of 53,950,615;
CL B $7.50 545 Sunday newspapers, with 46,- OW
C L B $.210,136 circulation; and 8,802 *
weekly newspapers with a com-
ibined circulation of 17,269,183. POWER /
I individual newspapers have POWERF ,-' mi I1
Traditionally observed newspaper *. ,e *- .
week by saluting their carrier- ,, "
boy home delivery salesmen and
professional employes. In addi- bM
tion, many papers hold "open -
Lhouse" programs inviting read- M
era th to meet the editors aind
observe the production of corn -.m-
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o r-ant, Auey --... Maro Brando'sAaInNm-'ends at rI A
;at t T U .I C b*ile rte hapy with .a fir ehit hat.
B Thelife .l."k ato w it"'. -ch"l d Is the now m m- -
08 1of w rb year, wI sT twhe grade A vie to movie h o asen: Don ee o oc s P-
rapyeen h a p ret oate, Rubis e" adde a "w oring" suit I sreem's ath Taspn, who is claim. Pr ident Es hower be was
Wilai i ne to his wardrobe. r t a: r. th.e sreen's mos t rugged actor director of the California De -
.. .. ... D i Fre"ch _ _( re'tlo. A; o tau Or. ,b he pattmeqt of Social W elate. -
i cn 'les Memb dre. eMnte Uart b the ds.se as discovered aeng h ste inmu
fourt bbe John ie ddl1a0FS Onels n o e prwn't P ar, Sf c e war he taur t hand-to-hant t Hott
cdmand Stb IPr- L.esi.a tho JMeeI MacDonald ake Sod her threat combat had j a nd then, as anduv!
the 'obbe o t or the ast a Ott d, L Pre to vot .w HaryKar, the MP, tanportd dangerous prisa. a il a e
Cam .TortUguftt w oll "n- 3le of the C .. big 0 qnestio tokbo custody of otbes. w, N'Wfmat.irC
Icanao as tb L oSth3uen 5S Ea their two adopted children. 'i*M i fIU
Sle r, M EL ATE ares
ito twi Sri*am.ey .rDoro yaly NO in m TV. Prince MaArth uo, oeosaboratin with awmerera .orts Isa am.
Lonlmh emifeatuiad j lFari d, L e.d t vittfirst film Ia make -.dwi ,emelmaur on elen's ..... .ek badya bl.
iafth ne tbj tery, LM FbtS tih wife Dawn Addam I Loe t. it's rom the Iett rta a
played tomorrow t at t f ri nd or one's s ngle Bemelmas biography of the late l oo. .
same place ned same time. -i_ at dialog: "No speakee Eng. I adyMedL. se 1* quackle y aj r

re et aak, D' sh." a L awe of hr
ill OW game t none, tahe p Ea ertat r At New urer t h, B-trme omp l.g t.her rP pir I a.
y a will. e a ra I ay e foi cr oina. as yet untitled, an
kepth ei ttMi e lTt,- with an informal "open o ose a psesea is the It-ge e nteit.s aos andrie e.tablet
otuguere p ,e i thooe first ka art at othceir asiew a. .I oumnal them al s' b a w

Sd men. nin yht ____ .,_y_, n ou jl ant Heart an sas .
detound elo Ma4ort oe 101och.i B I b cht s o
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, hsta y o. e, ompBle t ng "Night of the D no a l s Pa ls e o r aos7th w m m i
loV Iw, hfoin or screen assignments, are loper-frsoc u tP
th to amn tti id rtt. co Mr. and Mrs. Ma&ed Engel af the pou eyowitn t o R O m

ar tef e behind Staelen, withe .how dI he* wa stI*- e e; "n s

Mfousld e "hos a se oYd o'' -ie. a o e w .eureen' o r eas o r e y 9^ at 3o inhe.
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tPeamsoar losen Caml .d- ed aPoh Vis@" thej S W
*Loueb nulghd ElecSed .*i t as .gdd of.a Enjo 1:30,ptHim
wayoig t e lems of 4Lpae8e Aophe dim view o
0Jon eleiono o.owerbiarietyap.1foMaewatkle TVpe rumauces:E O
ot aeisot held by the Pacif title Leta a b as ale i b e m e the taOeRt G TY
t Fe rd Opals3att e m pted' e on e ayt th e alk' LO a t dh o Sto kn ck ca elo e y the pedply 39 eeka 105 ay ea r." m C O n S e e
To tnero 211 ort o b m rb"' .1414 t loHo as asultr .arb esr a ge abt yimmyh
t s Oe d ro1n ma41; CMm Too- aledt fmon gkes- hIo membersnwera

feuRfe 'am .Obbe Lt udn antOustLnaL.e ntooeto: iYoung'es b"eang aero at **U Hgnraonstorsi e anemn
wiluler Louis Gtod, PrefieWot man sbig firstimaM arners since 15 dy o ri
Fre Trows ttemted a wel.' Vice MSdY=`Jaa whe he won en Oscr n Ona tcae s
sth throwght-esmae C am ThrtHser cE e J.1, A-H n aea:' eatln the alLor
Pthe rsoal routw: nurtleo- GusIssed anM dylaagerere for mu- n bCt alty n ahmed tie oi win mp
scor7dr7bb 4* nobbe walpaj ;" Tothe. Nnen uuf, pchard aftesfrt oOe"ud
ucro Bda ort Elk rbodh Wro o- atsonh w ho atrler w ofe6W -Nan ft
Toth anl Ped n dealoD at o e layeriUnd 00ears;issThi ta tLe'Sag ltrneras a E l sine, fri rbya nnAm*=a on nm.
ou06h putori 0 in tw

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T e third game saw Kobbe
once again hold a three-quar-
ter lead, but this t they
fought bard to retain thelr mar-
gin to p,.the wiet. -
Rainbow City
Resident Dies 1
In -Stin T aMsln

Mro. Millicent Cumberbatch
MorrBison, whp did .Tuesday
nlgh4 at the ento'-opme Hov .
pital, wasto be burled, this
afternoon. Funeral services were
.by..-s ":1,th Intrmmt to ,,
follow M Se t doph-m Cetse*4t ..
*idft of -at.n, ra at tShe f tdouww- home oerO brother CdClaudi ea *e-ich w iqI ad avew-
Cumb eh lbow city. wmo't I outt l .ser m ser
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puts him in the f me mf.mind to ----
say "Yes 'instead of "nI" to BY MR8. MURIEL LAWRENCE 'be reeled that her dahter we
whatever idea you want to put Lienot strodt hber brother hawo
seros, a psydE Y rof-w Like anug g p 9os. but q__datwith thel
claims, O W On. te hi o T. has a em orfs. One is ate l -tent-'t ALut -
hundreds of Indl vauals. 2-yearold Baby's Jealousy of her And guite Mddenly Mrs. T. wad
w ,.....b..a.. cby brother. A-Mther. iM. T.'s a rd by horror of the
Any. wife could hve b. tobi sus Iet I 'a- 4. aSe rel" to ft
that was a fact and sa him ions. PIyD--and- used. bet -yearoM.
the trouble testing his theory. Ty think that e a rs. T. daughter to e aress ain emotle t-
What does Mama do before sh could not afford the expense of he aa t or hwlt h
brings out t*ke dress he .sl another child so soon after Babsy. It for the if f la..
on for 'apt's approval?S Sh o oit Ukowlg why, ,w .y ler an ser.w abot
him a good meal, complet w often Irritable and unreasonable an people sdknew w isbte abo
one or more of hisfavorite dlsbes. about bills. -t hoti --Wh- "win.. t o .
Then when sh has him elfed Until Mrs..'T. made friends withhow, mchwqe ,a tA
and in a purring-with weatnt. a certain neighbor, tttse prob*- Very special moraltrng is
meant mood she says aUy, qo llems did not soare her. Nor she Ve.ry sfpor- t ro-,h j to-
bought the most beauty ul res oftep, wonders it she has theneesa y v for tho t eo htO
today," and brings it out for Pa. stren to deal with them. Fori man woe. Iwpea.t do noa-" bu
pas's ispection. Mrs. sneighbr is constaontlyema woe. If we -do6o4 We.w how
e gets a goodbS probl have defeated' sWSIpoI0 Tua awl e1,4'
l1ea1emeal, too, before 16e.. ,sw 0lum he is J -11sh
Mama -bringsp the subject' at tCthem. d to Allow hi en te lf oobes s.
.new rug for the living rod.l or She always knows who's Plan- no to ba ow himsl to be
what a ood idea it woizl4 be for nig a trip to Reno who's bean ou od hi d .
Papa to d a patio or pait the given six months to ve, whose i l keo consiAr
kitchen. t eoholism is losing him a job.Just s, of educers ke r. T sg
the other afternoon, she s o nt b orou grasp on goodgrw w s
Women have handed on f r o m two hours teller Mrs. T. why he the imwmter's strokes.W edrow .
mother to daughter the kw edeeschool prinielp s imarried~da not Itn water, but -n ter of i ,e,.
that It's wise to "feed the brute ter has had to swallow her prde f wee lis.t no theue .tasd mr
porant idea. with the children. bidresponse that demands our a,.,
As she listened to the cruelties tentilO ba -- "u' i
Like Mother, Like DmAhter imposed on this young woman by ..Young mothers of abi v
)lukhte see hr ther ut- a heartless husband. Mrs. oT.no life to Dourishand feed. It i m
ty n her mothers hands after he ticed that Baby was reaching who n sst on huan y t
has been buttered up with a d through the bars of the baby's l ews "You ms sto m excs
dinner. And so when se has a -ypen.--
husband of her own, she kowa n the next shocked moment now. I ave t. prepare the rr
just what to do to get him in the f. .dren' n..o supa r.i
frame of mind for agreeing, in.- Milk Sunnftes n
stead of disagreeing, with her Mao l u piest M o m
when she has an idea she wants to f .3 M
sell him. Nutrien ts han ...IU I o
If the psychologists keep right A
on with their experiments maybe A Fo "
some day they'll know almost as "Men
much about human nature as a Reports of noted niueM wwy
woman who has managed to live authoritiesshow that tmilk sup-
happily with the same man for50 .
years. She's the kind of a woman plies mor of the subst a
who has contrived to maintain her Aided forge good nutritltop Ii .
feminine charm while doing such does any qther single fond. The
a good job of selling her husband major nutrients of
on her ideas that he takes credit
for nine out of ten of them as his are essential to everyone_
own. re:protein, fa c arbohydr.
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rD 9onny Boy,

Soft Note, Mirzatoats

SAlso In $750 'B' Race
1 4 Donny Boy and Vulcanizado are expected to g
off the mutuels favorites in tomorrow's feature
L $750 Class "B" one-mile gallop at the Juan Franc
race track.
Two weeks ago, Donn- Boy rac- siy take the major share of t
ed to a ridiculously easy post-to- purse if he gets of to a good sta
post victory over a mixed field of The only other scheduled sta
C-D" horses with Vulcanizado er in is speedy Happy A bod
winding up in the runnerup spot. This mare returns from a lay
Uast Sunday, however. Vuleaniza- and whatever chances she mil
S o came back to whip virtually have of winning will almost ce
S.the same field with even greater tainly be dashed by her incot
S. ease. Intent rider Apolinar Roy
S Bias Aguirre, now riding the. Another interesting race shou
Segstof a wining streak, will be be the Class "A" native race
S,, aboard Donny Boy. Bla, rode the which Sixaoia, Merza M atrU
S'asac Gustines trained star to his Portal, Rina Rol, Black Gold an
jrovious victory. Aurelio Mena,! Biscaya are slated to match
W.ho has ridden Vilcanizado his I strides over seven furlongs.
S last two times out, will again be Nine other races ar included o
', board Valcanizado. Ithe program.
The feature is by no means a thepro
match race. Soft Note, which will
Sunder 'the guidance of Virgilio
Inty Cas 1o, Mirzatoats and Juan Fra.nCO ips
4 ampago !" also shape up a
ngerous contenders. Cestillo re- By CONRADO
r n ns to action tomor'cw after a -
I ng layoff because of a broken 1-Sismo Lord Basi
2-Matruh Sweet Wl4d1
Colombian ace Luis Giraldo will 3-Nacho DoS n ar
Imilot the speedy Mrzatoats and 4.-Joe Tin. Ta
Muian cowboy jockey Rolando Lo- 5--Black Gold- ort
tez Gil will ride Relampago II. -Empire Magic S. Of ieen
r.,Tie latter rates consideration on- 7-Charlier Chi al
'Y on a muddy track,, S-Royal Emblem Regal .Cbm
The start of this race could be e 9-Atys Jaulnsa
*_"e deciding factor. Soft Note, a ?10-Dfonny Boy Vulcani.zed
or Isly bad breaker, could ea. ill-Wild Justice Ptie

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Vulcanizado Choicebi Mile Feature.

Juan Franco Graded Entries Maryland Bracketed With Duke &kA4C;
P.P. Hore Jockey WCtt. CO16E12 1oL-I s hern
o-. k W"to C "OW ODW. D Va. Should Again Contro1 Southern
First Race of the Double
1-Lord Basur V. Caati. 118 -Returns Improved .3-1 -
o 2-Mingo J. Cado. 105 -Rates fair chance 8-1 ""
3-Alabards R.. Yeasa 11x-In favorite distance 3-2 Written for NEA Service Written fr NA Sedves
d 4-C. Brand K. Flores 110 -Dangerous contender 2-1 4y JIM TATUM SECURE REIGNS Wci tsr .AT.w
O 5-Pia J. Oongo. 110 -Seems impossible 50-1 Red Coach, Maryland Bead West Virgala
0-True Blue G. Pres. 114 -Racing to top form 4-1
7-S1smo J. Phillips 108 -Will be close up 3-1 COLLEGE PARK, Md. -(NEA) MORGANTOWN W Va. (NA)
he. -I've never been one to under- t o -Although we'll da somewhat
me rate my boys, so why start now? weaker team tanie ofe of las
Maryland deserves to be brack- A-r season, Westi11 a i nis should a.
rt Sand Race "I" Imported 4% Fgs.PuArse: 375.0 Pool closes: 1:15 eted with Duke as a to cont deerA esoWet Vrginia should *
e. Second Race of the Double for theAtlantic Coast Conference dominate Sothern Con.
'Off 1-Coronellno F. Oodoy 102x -Rider han caps 15-1 championship.
S -Atom J. Reys 110 -Rates goochnce This could be a good year to Making the outlook o is
S3-L. O Trouble B. Agul. 116 -Disappointed last 3-1 sing the blues after losing i All.N are All-Amrfts guard L
4-Copadora Reyes R. 1OOx -Blazing earlypeed -1 Americas like quarterback ernie ,mono, a senior, and outstanding
s 5--S. Windsor H. Ruiz 108 -Last was reveaUng even Faloney and tackles Stan Jones iuns r -:- All-America tac k Ie
dd 6-Matruh A. Mena 108 -Should improve now 3-1 and Blubber Morgan and ace h z .rue Bosdy. Al ConeIreha
n 7-Newminster L. Olral. 113 -Apparently washed up 10-1 ba.k et a s a and R q erb k Freddel. Wyant and
n Felton. But our returning fullback, funiack J. Maurcni
h ___ _Dick Bielski, could be the bestJo.Ma n .
n in the country.
eh lrd Race "F" Native 7 Fxs. Purse: $275.0 Pool closes: 1:45 We should have one of thae 'eveath f 10 article. Next: the
ONE TWO finest middles of any line in cen.- Eat by JoeS'da OIvsr.
on ter John Irvine and guards
1-Don Grau K. lores 115 -Hard to beat here 2-1 George Palabunik and Jack Bow A' obable
2-Lady Moon J. Gongo. 110 -Ran well last tim@e 3-1 ersox. End Bill Walker, a soph B, All* srf ... ... .
3-Nacho B. Agul. 115 -The horse to beat 3-2 phenomenon, looks even better.
4-Enriqueta V. Brown 10x -Distance to liking '10-1 nie WallerandJoe Horn Eil -111- wI s. ary d.nL
S 5--Jachalin H. Ruiz 103 -Suddenly gone sour 5-1 can' do the job at halfbeckle- .\ End-ElR!. Was
6-Annie N r. San. 104x -Nothing to indicate 30-1 hind Charley Boxold at quarter- T-. i arth oslmew WSe F.
back. G, ard-G ene Lanme, w. Vr.
Dake's projects are ultra. T Guard-F.n M L.ev We. Car.
or 4th Rhce "H" Imported 6% Ps..Pu.r-e: $275.00 Pool closes: :2 bright. Jerry Barger comes back O A gg I ....CunninghamgSo. .
lSr QUINTELA to pilot the split-T, leaving Worth L Den inglIM am'm_- .
S Lutz free to move to fullback. MSI Wetv. "
an -Volador V. Brown 11 x-In-and-outer now 3-1 Tackles Jesse James BirchfleldM MBW Iust IVa.K
al 2-Villarreal JE. Orte. 102x-In another week 10-1 and Doug Knotts are rugged. The B. "--J a u . landu
ne 3-0. Glass r. San. 102x -No class at all 10-1 Blue Devils have sophs coming \
rl 4-Malava A. Mena 113 -Could improve here 8-1 up from what they say is the lLP-
. 5-T. Tilin V. Rodri. llx -Nothing to recommend 25-1 school's greatest freshman squad.; 7 T4 Pushing the Mountalneers will
No A-Riomar ,. Gongo. 113 -Longshot specialist 10-1 Despite the loss of its great (.D 1 be up-and-coming William and
do 7-Sinceridad G. Graell 112 -Usually fractious 5-1 aerial combination, Johnny Gram. Mary. Quarterback Charlie Sum.
el .-Joe A. Valdi. 115 -Desoite poor Jockey 2- ling to Clyde Bennett South Car. ner will lead an attack-featuring
0-Tin Tan L. Girl. 118 --erious effort here 2-1 olina has the stuff to be the great sophomore speedster Jack Yohe.
10-6irena Reyes R. 102x -Needs better rider 10-1 surprise in our area. Coach Jack Freeman hts five
Guard Frank Mincevich a n d good men returning from sedvce.
center Leon Cunningham are the I The conference dark liorse is
I : : Bll Wohrman at ull and halt .B B standing tacke in George Press
1--l8xaola J. Chuna 108 -Chance in mud only 4-1 backs Mike Caskey, and Citt and a fine passer in Johnny Dean.
2-M. Matru A. Valdi. 118 -Not with this rider 8-1 Brazell ean run behmd it. With Richmond, with burly end Erie
1-Portal B. Agul. 110 -Back in best form 21 Harold Lewis not quite the passer Christensen to snag passes, hopes
4-R- sa Rol Resl R 10x -Needs better jockey i0-i Gramlng was, the Gamecocks to imp rove itT.4-1 record of last
5-.lweik Gold H. Ruiz 108 -Gets stiffest test 2-1 will stick more to the round. year. The Spiders have a great
l-Blicasya J. Gongo. 108 -Could upset favorites 4-1 North Carolina could deve lo pass defense.
with a host of veteran returnees i
Including three quarterbacks and
S-raftofleet halfbacks. At Clem. -
Sth Race "H" Imported 7 Fg. Purse: $400.00 Pooeel closes: $:S5 son, down for a couple of seasons,
First Race of the Double the story seems to be Din King,
1-Flambaro M. Guerre. 110 -Tougher competition 10-1 o amaznlyaccomplished spl A rm Tm
2--. Magic R. Yeasrns 107x-Best early speed 3-1 utr ack. A good s v wo ri r ians A rena i, i%
3-Clevaydra 0. San. 110 -Returns in good shape 5-1 edw cdept. i epw e.t to po
4-8, Of Scope F. 5-Chic's Ned R. Gomez 115 -Returns from layoff 8-1 will try to come back with a lineII J i
--Amat Reyea.R,. loo100x-Needs better rider 10-1 two_..jn. n,,-A 4A 2 F lettermen t] O Mola
I-A. Fulmar H. Ruiz 104-Should be close up 3-1 guard.Wk-Forest's b ii ion D ol r s
9-(RoselH IP Olral. III8--Jockey could help 2-1 ,a %.* 1. guard. *e******^ bhW bU ^V.,V-'lm~ l /la
9-(Charming P. Z. Orte. 105x-Better race this lnme -1 Deacons have anpa. ?ai de5 -
Nort-h C~aria Staite. a By HARRY GRAYSN area oever a week-ddren tw 0as e. Imo. tAi
7th Race "EI Imported e gF.Paurse: $550.0 Pool eloses: 4:5 new eoach.aad ystm Wat A.) E eYORK, Sept.t (NRA) -$00 and:$.10, respectively.
Second Iaes of the Double mystery, but the Wopick has Fights are now being into The club are kept goingby TV Rght be d Ri
1-Dark Sunset L. lral. 118 -e hous effort pow -1 is tkh Rih. one w s- .. ... ---
1-Chingrl J. Cado. 115 -Will fight it out 3-1 uAI o. abs talked about en hen there are nogters to ut a arter k and re.
3-Poatinovich K. Flore 116 -Distance handicaps 5-1 MikJaebs talked a o ut get that? place ine-bacng great. Ste v
4-Turt Lodge H. Ruis 115 -Seeks reneat victory -1 an matches being held before a Cheek. All-Conference end
5-Supersun A. Mena 118 -eems off form 3- ta ruz U ) comparative handful of spectator This business can bring a lit- Richie askell will help.
6- (Charlier B. Agsul. 113 -Improving steadily 3-2 By OSCAR at something like $500 a head tle Australian bo6merang-type
-(hrler B i. 11 -Improving steadily 3- OSCwhile playing to gates totalling pitch into the televiewing audi- Furman fre to be weaker
$10 million. ence, too. Any fighter will tell you after graduation losses. The Cita.
SOCCER The movement definitely is on. he is at his best in front of a big del Virginia Military and David.
8th Race "G" Imported 6% Fn. Pure: $450.-0 Pool closes: 4:40 The Santa Crus Intra-mural Al Weill manager of Rocky and noisy crowd. There is some. son have big building jobs.
QUINIELA Soccer League sr In its third Marciano, has talked Jim Norris thing to a big fight,-a fe eling
I-Paris Mdl J3. Cado. 112 -Last was terrible 10-1 week of play. The young junior- into arena television. which is contagious. It reaches All in the conference, except
ga Men 112 tes otside chance 8-1 high lad have been showing Teis per of Theatre Network from bleacher seats right to the West Virginia, will employfresh
-.-Toletaso E. Orte. 105x-Nothing to indicate 15-1 much enthusiasn1in their games edition of Marciano and Ezard Withthis new p in place men.
4-R. Emblem R.L. Gil 113 -In favorite distance 3-1 and are trying their utmost to Chiieson of Marcinto 7and show ofith this new plan.crowd, theIn place
-RealChum B. Agul t-Mtuels favorite 3:2 be selected to represent their 1 t huecowdte probb e decision of Washngton and
6-(C, de Gato R.CYea 1071x-Will be aimoe up 2-1 school the contg Intoer houses throughout the country. He will be a small studio a ce of Lee to drop football was indica.
-(Bedno e R 102x -Nee mddy track -1 School ter mpnhi expectsto build his chain to 2000 assorted big shots and newspaper- tive of the manpower shortage.
7- (Bedulno YesaR102z-N~eeds ytrack 21STo date of writing, each team theatres. There are 13,0010 tbetros men.
has played four games and Peru im the land. WHERE WOULD -'I1 5-leave
has been playing a gh stand- the gladiators, who would be ask-
Oth Mace "C&D" Imported 7 Fns.Purse: $650.09 Pool closes: 5:15 ard of bat to ea-he league Imagine th number of paying ed to step out with their best in
ONE TWO with seven points. he Peruvians guests wen gig screensare a cold anduncrowded a t m o a-
I--Beonia J. ongo. 106 -Not good enough 15-1 have won three ganes, drawing hun .te nation's a _jor are. pere?
fr o ood ou1 h -MdisonSquared th The answer, of course, is 3 1m-
--edbor H. Ru 10-NotIn top orm 151one and losing no Peru de- s-Madison Square t h e The answer, of course, i sim-

7-Noveno R. Ycaza 107x-ShowinK improvement 4-1 beat Cuba 5-2, then was held to coGCow Lae A ient oF. sary- sound ceact Written for NhA Service
-R.Vedette M. Hurley 1107x -CUsually close tough -1 a one-allted Chile draw by Mexico. In the he big question is where are This might work out quite well
proved their supremacy by win- fha's Convention alut? the Clve- hapicture screens o w n a gthe fou r waly hls gaes or so behind on the

S;- Bop than s o r-1wof the league, topped Me I aid laukee u, of the ft studionn oesnt the winning e mean

&8- t ANotNe VRe. et. 110 1. accding tobe form 5-1 Mxobu w n In ea 1 Sond pte a mp -h WING AT 70UR SE!RVCE CENTER lt-as 1tr

11th Baqe *I" Imported 4% Vg.sPCss1: 375.d Pool upese*: x lo tPeru, In their e could oung theToEAusRS T uIrTalong w e 24 .. eas I Na.ta Lea.ue
1-vP. Dawn t A. Mena 114 -Ratens good chance 3-1 all draw. But rbaina withn Blo 4.30 630, w30 hAeo d. t:6 a 8 oreart a the aor s eAar Sehe
S-Wild Justice B. Agurl. 113 -Ualtest at getaway 2-1 their aim at the ob y the lad- x AncoNtrm row G rt sorGOM Y wiret.
3-Atoria J. Reael 110 -ood earl speed 4-1 soder they held th gueleadera o,_ORT T
4--Moreap air V: Brown 107x-Likes sho distance 10-1 to a darw, then. e Cba t colo Q. HOW many times did Ralh
.5-Cayonso V. Rodrl. 109x -Nothing to indi cate 25-1 1-0. ha- m c hd n b iIe .o ftwt le MmIk nth AE o ol daKyser lead t ae N ctiob I ,e

4-Plpcel K. Flores 113 -Dangerous contender 2-1 Chiel shows that tB are the s. Sats *w a To k n game run sand whai was hin
wt mloo been ableL tAo draw one l Te E i u"TAKA MS TO g OWon

ny Au. LEAGUE STANDING 15-Getsra tet he 32 t CIl. nmsBer of theos ha s te edge.
w EAkUE te A Nar eadM ua 0 highs t total was B ta ish.

Teams W D L PtB "Bek To 0's Country"
THRIFTY SERVICE! Cuba 2 02 4 7:-- l-l "MrdcoM ivy -ONrA Toe
Mexico 1 2 1 4 GATUN 7: Phila-de-bla -4NSA)-Therm
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The girls Volleyball League MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
* will Wet underway at 3:15MAG p.m., ARITA6o N : .
ThlrsdaTY Sept. 9, and cosis s e U P DSO N Ai h
of four team s. nsmely: David, V, GOL EN BLADE"
captained by Dolores eterkin; n6q= GOLDENeBusE! ,
!kst Lucky "Luz" Lucia oarnica; Techniori
if Lveky "Seven" Carlene Dor- 't A wr oo- KAi
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jariced5mO 3 sresults a ~s O-W1s aW Br 1 20-O ver the ?s ow UYrk. ts
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"TOONTO, Sept. 10 (UP)-A
victory .Rlebri.tipn was
today f' i -year-old
Bel who captured the
S t Camd with her swhom
S century across Lake On-
.nation thrilled by her cour-
rpoured. a !mall fortune on
The alseable mounting
'aunt of cash, others cars and
posh an estimat-
*' 4 -Ct.c of Toronto, which

Mtcke tape parade up Bay
ft ,oher late today. The
National Exbition
W uoled a iOW victory naval-
M-hon the lake front. A
-iuilao nboats will bear her
sat thousands of fans to
W. X grounds for a formal
y marking her record
ere she will receive the
11IA0M from the exhibition
drlginally offered Florence
Wick If ahe swam the lake.
umnds of d4alars worth
S if_' ferom other donors,
X %rlyn aid she still "can't
over therfact so many people
interested in me."
seems awfully nice of

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a, dancing teacher.
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a ua p a. A su permarket
Scaed up-and lid he saw
p^ i.. :la oa ~a balloon
wJ4e skeo A. ,b h tnanser re-
a two red par ehutes over
S city. Several oter caller
i reported "Sonething"
.dtalig around overhead r
| Thnr_ meanwhile, went
gaily over the Hudson
Br pushed along by a light
fathrly wind. A state police car
d its dispatcher that It had
ted the "whatever-it-la."
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rtwr started trailing the 27-year-
aid-aeronaut who by this time
wa two miles up.
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SIn an a ple hard, to be greet-
ed by l-ddoen troopers. He
told tw'hte9 had had a wonder-
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"Let the people know the truth and the country i. Abraham Lincpb

.TIw T '-N =ITH A FAx PANA A. 19 FIDA Y, in..LO, ..In... .. ," -

How Fast



-Atomic Energy Comm mission
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss says
frankly he does not know how fast
the Russians are building up their
sotckpile of A-bombs and H
To a news conference quew
tlon late yesterday about the
"rate" of atomic activity beilld
the Iron Curtain, Strauss SPip-
ed: "I don't tnow.."
He knows of course, having re-
ported it himself. that the -
sila exploded an H-bomb AUg
13, 1963, and followed it up w
a 'series" of A-bomb shots.
He knows, too, th there hid
been three Soviet atomic expo
slons before that-one in Septen
ber 1949, and two in October, 1MW.
So whatever the Reds' "rate"
of production may be, they do
have tomic weapons. And that
Strauss told yesterday's ques-
tioner, is a "headache for us
Strauss refused to say whether
Ais country has detected any So.
viet atomic explosions since the
dac ones reported a year ago
Utd Press has learned, howe
er at none had been spotted up
to the middle of last May.
CoMpared to Russia's half-doz-
e known explosions, this coun-
try bhas expi at least 59 atam-
ic WesapOs, including six test
Strauss bad this to report on the
AEC's "paramount task"-p r
duction of weapon--in his talk
with newsmlen:
The A-bomb and H-bomb stock-
pile contains "more weapons to.
day by a wide margin" than t did
a year ago, and the production
rate is steadily rising.
As new weapons are desied,
he added, they will be tsted. He
said the United States .as ot
shifted its 1 li$lit-Edwektok p.raw
ing ground End '1i al .4e01-
hood' there will e further
tests there.
Strauss added, however, that no
tests are actually schedules as of
now. But he made it clear this
country wi not discontinue use f
the lnl.FEiwetok tes s0 sin
the aUislan because of

ri &insa
erei 5. MoIaneoaux

funeral lerp1ces for John J
Mlyn eaul. of Balboa, who died
.ftaerd t orps Hospital
*1fl be held at 9 Saturday mor-
ning at the Sacred Heart' ChaP;
el in Ancon.,
The Iervicea wUl be cond%1t-
ed by the ev. MIhael W
C. I and interment will be at
Corozal Cemetery. The famil
has requested that no flower
be Sent but friends may COAI
tribute to a0cer, Fmd.
Pallbarear-- vwsl bbe6T
9o ld&' a .mUo Cedei.
yeti, and ModesIP
A T: Moineuz. hQw U

years ,old-, f0T
lony time andVwas retIred' wm
the Canal ee M ee kttl ead
of lhat month. He6 w.vT born
in New York City atnd had
been employed In the Canal or-
eqilwatlon since 1930. Most of
is e rvice.was witth te MidotorI
Tram portion DviaOni. but for
several months before his re-
tirement lhe wa ueiOyed on
the Plant Inventory end' Ap
pralal Staff.

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IS A-Boss: 'I Dot Know

any protests arising from the so- Robert Opeenhelmaeras diret. aebanes in te atomic ene gyaw,
cidental radiation injury suffered or df the lnstltutelThe Atoine wh l4 permit this coua e
y 23 Japanese fishermen in last Energy Commisslon as theiali wematon on on
spring's H-bomb exprimasnts. OM mer is a secrlty k s ecs o aW wea o
Strsuss also said he eecta an may not be e 0ployed the man lbetgs f Strauss said th
the controversial Dizon-Y tto atomic project. wil enale aUed nations to ,
pvate power contract to. be ap- But Strauss said security dear- fend tieUselV s against srprise
proved, signed, and submitted toance Is not a qualification fo; the attackk"
hHouse-Senate Atomic Energy director of the institute. delgi n to build a full
Committee within two wee ks. .Strauss listed what he called atome power p )nt ith the s a
AEC staff officials are now in the "satisfactions and headaches" staftriitanmtMce of private c a
.Kuoxvfile, Tenn., dipSussing the he has experienced signed becom- itall. 'Tl t Is being bulm t at M
tract with representatives of ing AEC chairman. Sh... n gport, Pa. ,.
Tennessee Authority. Among the satisfrdital weet *tl the headaches, Strat
In talks-here today with Wlimam The atoms for peace plan a-i :... '
J Bennett, head of th Canadian nounedY .Prrudt hower The controversy over the Dlxow
.4omic energy project, the corn-. lastDec.3andcarr'edeteVyor- Y.ey dor propoal-a cntro.a
mission agreed tentatively d in. ward n the Presidnts br ve y .ayed p age
rmaully supply atomic' fIri e-Day address. .This tq MOBW thle,;. *rlho. yleislpatio n.
men for a new nuclear reactor Atiatlng with six oth M e 1sthe re
oenla built by Canada and to ur. nans on plans nto up-n on _r __ e, Al y,
chase atomic malrials .produced ternational aency to1 t ov1er 1f.W'JI ,elmer caa .
by the reactor. atonic energy for eta Btle believed u ,u
-trauss, as chairman of the In. poses. Russia thus has a would
"ilt e fortAdvaneed tdy at Itooin the talks. dissip te.l i, andhe said b&
SPrnceton, N. J., has no fQec INew coopearatlonwih mAllied love.Wi ...t al.slan'aa.
ns to continuatlon of Dr. r. nations, made possible by rent proof to be complete y

Fresh Shakes Srike Teror I

Into Quake-Stricken

10 (UP)--Sx new earth tremors
rocked Orleansville today striking
new choas and terror Into this
valley of death and dying.
Rescue teams plodding
through the tangled ruins of
this shattered city estl m a t e d
more than 1000 already have
died in the nightmare of rock-
Ing streets, tottering buildings
crowds almost stampeded by
Two thousand more were feared
Five times during the night the
earth shook.
This morning a sixth shock jolt.
ed the Cheliff valley for several
seconds. But none of the later
shocks was so violent as yester-
day's 12.aecond quake which bat-
tered this dy of 50,000 and burl-
ed more *eau 1000 bq*les along
the valley amid the tet r ible
crIee oft= injured,
i t-OSantaVille was already a
humble of dusty ruins.

A a twisa
lha ~ I Each

ss of what once was a

Se picking for break-
fti the rubble t in laces
re ed' otophsof roshl-
a fter the atomic bomb blast,
ea ew shabock brought new an-
~feared the bguest
S1 F dda dam -might be torn
and drown the valley I n

of the victims, French set-
a-eed Arab,. were crushed
in their sleep under ava-
of stones and rubble.
al were engulfed in huge
which opened up in the
tr,,eu as they rushed from their
homuOe 9 eom flying de-
bi r gas leaa n ,
e devastating series of quak-
esi erMicked dam and canal walls,
seWtg off floods that swept
scores to their deaths. One sec-
tion of the giant Qued Fodda
(Silver River) dam co mp lex
"gave way and swep; away 40 per-
sons. Another 10 deauts were re-
ported in the vicinity o the dam.
One sur4ivr s that "a
g baN >j# Am peared In
f&et sky" fMbere the shock
First I had the feeling of a
huge wnd I was powerless to re-
/MtS," Mattel Ceate, a French
salesman, said. "Then came a
great smashing blow across my
shoulders--t was like bei n g
blown up by an toamic bomb."'
T TeHns o ms e a erom
were made homeless by the series
of violent shocks which the gov.
ernment said was Algeria's worst
earthquake in 40 years.
The French army rushed me-
lbe field units to the area and
gther rescue units were rushed to
tse disaster scene from France
and North Africa.
The UVJL th Feet la se Me-
dItesaeas was aersead to
stand r. ruly *to gtve as pe-
able .
Epienter of the q and
worst hit was Orieasvfls, a town
of nearly 500 o h ut

Roman Empire times. Abe dem.
dished were the city hospital,
the prison, the place eadquar
ters, the pot office, the ral sta-
tion, the ton hall and the gourt
Forty persons were crushed to
death in the Baudoin and Poste
hotels and 10 others in the gend-
A modern seven-story building
topped with a roar and a mam-
moth cloud of dust. In the dark,
eerie silence afterward, many of
the Moslem inhabitants ran or
walked around dazed, some to die
One woman, streaming blood
wandered through the rubbl e-
blocked streets looking for her
house where her baby boy was
a .new tremors ran through
Orleasvlle the surviving pepu-
lation war ordered to sta lan
themiddle of the streets In
fear of new building collapse.
The police-chief estimated one-
fifth of'the town was destroyed
and most of the rest damaged.
Fires from broken gas and elec-
tric lines blazed for hours before
being brought under control.
Crowds of persons fled in pan-
ic along the roads from Orleans-
ville and other stricken towns, a-
fraid there would be another
A French pilot who flew over
the quake area said:
"I have seen nothing like it
since the Allied advance through.
Normandy in 194."
The main rail line along the
coast from Casablanca to Tunis
was cut and the steel rails twist-
ed into tortured shapes under
the pressure.
The temblors fractured the wa-
ter intake of the 150-foot high
Oued Fodda dam, second largest
dam in Algeria. Oued Fodda has
a capacity of 225 million cubic
meters of water and its collapse
would bring new disaster to the
Authorities said it would be
days before a full casualty list
would be available. Many isolat-
ed fanms in the big valley known
for its cotton, orange, cereals and
lumber. collapsed.


Gov. General Roger Leonard
of Algeria directed on-the-sport
rescue operations. The air force
put all its planes in Tunisia, Mo-
rocco and Algeria at the disposi-
tion of civil authorities.
It was the 19th earthquake in
Algeria since 1950. Author it ie s.
said the region was subject to
severe shock eince it lies in a n
"earthquake band."
Some experts suggested a
whole slow settling of the Medi-
terranean region was in progress.
They linked it with last August's
Greek quakes and the March 195
temblors In TUrkey. Some 1000
persons died in each quake,
Street cleaner Mn am med
Bourra was watering down the
dusty main street in Orleansville
when the first shocks of the earth-
quake hit.
"Just before the shhng start-
ed a great ball f..frj peared
in the sky over the- .m."tains,"'
he said later. "ItWas orange and
yellow and red, with a sort of
violent light garoun es. The
clouds were -e moon
shone red. A.te e hit us
and the sky s p with
"Then the earth rter shift-
ing. It seemed to reandm
In circles insteL e k apd
forth. All around Oare
crashing down, a
me a great crack oolb.. the
pavement. -' *
"Allah be praised Iw m tdillalive.
I did what I could to help the
Mayor Bizgambiglla s e was
asleep when the flrla -ck hit
his town. He was *waw he
said. when a huge m1rr'ri.taed
to the floor.
"I ran into the stre ji* my
night-shirt," he said. ."I wap 4ut
in time. The window cracked
open and glass went al eer Sie
place. A wardrobe fell oen Jy bed
and I might have been idid If I
hadn't got out."
Slowly, BizgambilgU turned to
gaze in silence for a nomeat at
the dust-filled wreckage that had
been his, home.
"We had such a nice town," be
said sadly. "Now we've oi! no-
thing but a heap of ri .,

an at

d t u charge that

w~iead the FBI
e.tace.t io..Wh it was impor-

fit InKeVVI'noii w ie

N A~lle %par"Nibe-
wea ....la in reply-

ised, s hmwin case
i the fa fu ltter" which

iard $45thedSenate
ensure V ion also re-
red t 'a." letter in al
Mi os speech and sought to
ne t.n Truman administration
'Te ge .epr sdhart went much
irth. ..Ji~ aL did," McCarthy
XDu the day long h=elns,
Crtoy was th e rebudby
halrman Arthur V. Watkinas (I
tab.), whose actions were upheld
nanimously by the six-man een-.
ire committee. Watkins accused
mth McCarthy and Williams of
trying to "divert" the committee
om Its business. ,
Winding up his defmse against
ve general charges of miscon-
uct McCarthy also replied to al.
gations he had abused fellow
tors and was contemptuous of
Senate elections sauhommittee
hieh investigated his finances in
McCarthy admitted referring
to Sen. Robert C. endrck
(R-.) ua a "livig miracle
without brains or gtsU He said
he was provoked hy a te*Phone
statement frh.aW ks.o n
mhat e (eni lg. aas 0g
= .If byOub

1did, not agree 0 U M te
sport differed from U* proved
iact." MeCart h. sal he
th"ougt mis was ,a UtaUe po.
V put in e ,three
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all"izaindter 'ieoae._;mi n-
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Nee him to' ,a .
McCarthy w .his
se of the FBI the
my ., Mccarie .-ium He
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Watm amd tm h1.
ake McCarthy aw
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mled it should agt pub.

wlilams sae r a60 i 04-
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WON"T 'E3TIrY.- Mel. aen.
Kirke B.- -fwton, wa retired
from te Army lat month, ap-
pears before the l Seate
committee investing censure
motions against Sea. Joeph Mc-
Carthy i- W l ,Lawt6n
refused to itEMByiuta ;on-
versation he h vlth'rt. ne.
Ralph bautM rt.

oBee did not read the ".B'met-
ter." .. "- . .-
a;replyto cae s
pteOpuous of
bom ttee his
attorney said he w'7. 'lwlt-
ed.to teati anad wa W
Ga..d ha ha... m .in- -

ground he w fprbldden do
dent Esenhower Tftn toi e
tienr about confdenctialiMus.
sions n the executive depart.
The committee s ubpenae d
JamIe N. Juliana, an fnvestiat-
or for McCarthy's subefamlttee,
to testify in closed sesn today.

Frenco. CnsM

TryTo ..luzfe

#ARM;` Sept. 10 (s') Brig.
Gan; CbstlaU. dim Cam a1r-
rivued to 'fr6l _kOM, do-
hina., A under the sme
p rth twe ref

K ftv *t hl l Into or.
y f L Z U7onn A ?d il 1 _'
t~gl,'m ooleIubil iyh,

It -wa -_j

re. -,

Id th -so se a;i
Ln it." In- nk 5

Ssapormant tot

Wae . ntto, awd .,i.,

or two in pabdc since
i from four months in
gecy. dlgatabe roun
, cona.rnin. hialrsi

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aeM eaposo ane re-
fOr t loI.=of Dien
.ao.' vw.aret e-

olll de Cas
o V i -7

.-Vlolet Pucha of MlWddetown
of the Mint Americ a Paant
_eh Altman and ak hts li
Mtae Casmecticut. Lockla
iMrd V. Ck t(center).

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