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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00833
 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.
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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: AA00010883:00833
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wuasu. un .What exactly the solution was cent to a hour effective net were stolen her w enterhe n n Whingtnr Twelve" Momrp 0or Ap-.
ltcaUsy-lnAtof it lototon eInoport mark- include bMin agreem ent on re- Thuriwday aLeofat adown. :about melow fui hael (Beachthel4) sa l t

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Should ot or t nt Jan. 1. Meanwhile In Algertsi the Pr- worker OW recivIn e wa iven an tona 10 day pral urriaS N w Trent ao. i
send te got-,-. md the o.renctelm announced than t1 an hour, mostly indstati to lentencem that A pis- and New York a le the erratic complexe
d oen r oAn- exprt les would Ue today that into law a bill raise the tihoppingtries in the outh.an mpIt could htave p moved up hftee "-fI've lived her 4 s
dobbi a" Agriculture Ezra Ti. mlminimum wled n the action at E tie, one salad oil Bay northward at about 17mls thi "Wa te wr awe I've
.the ie h served notice on Whath exactly the solution wacets to 1 an hour, ver nextd were stolen fro her when she y orse. epo m as

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andto heAte,-.rIBut .t..wag. --soplen t d of" pl oedl
Je, ACongre, its fal would be a tody that terrorists were tries n the South.t could have a able dne her worst. Te anon aa

eIn s In ** t e rn 3, t w mise velion of the measure, inbunder the Dfringe benefit lelarweather bureau wai d "there a ey Ne ; w" otedeis wla boV
ad i &" ,gr t, te o.killed in the action at s si9O ed an thdirect effect o n others of not lt yearly ome ind tion the hurrhe da e
Ssoa include any of tsoue now exclud- amount to bandits were part ofa wage-hour laws. a over land several more hour d Twt w le
l.rl (p roa bi are oa curward TheU.S. group nwmthat queon wa mosty retail and agricultural up to renc5,40 become effective As of four the Crolin fean aor, early

d QIau l sm-> ft un Thsbleei. prompted by the disclosure workers and those dealing in tomorrow and will be eluded rinort beac hes and ealed off a robe the a
leo .A patrol of French Foreign Li- state commerce and In manufac- D-.._. dangerosly hig wit t. "

"a goaver- Dr. tmJ. ab,.ret o Thurcday that American ren- prices in chec- .asued Sept. cord. ros thlle populated wastesd N.C.o l
S r his a t petlte i havlionnares fought a sharp act on turn plants makingto the goods forchedule o the Cas estate omby Cl- to .:
that ian dett Isles prwould be a temporary with a group of terror-ts last interstate .commerce.e .pd Ei-halt per cent vi. engineers at about drainage; hig h .up
a the a cot u a r Hamma Ti Increase which was granted. $1,750,000 In the cluster of fl es raio s tat S
the no until Congresscan reduce killed two rebels. Thencrease will be the 4 to Canal cemen and beaches n the uth coast tty
ere he wa vm-gvm tice supotle In neihboring Morocco ter- since 10, when the wage .wst fm In oa..$ri.lonal actionn, round Wilmlagton ad tk -
ie, al.tmost u .cAl- t. pu ;the entire Ameria crop rorith thrwea a levup to 75 cents from its prevIousm w be inciuded n paychecks Long expnses of North ar,-, denaged; U ere-.
enti.e inaiss areretroactive tidewaters flung up by Connie Che"n,1 :e F
sent......--- ade .ermThe President recommended the to March 15. and a huge damage bill was ex- t8td lv.; hf -lbo
".wage be raised to 0Oents asehour CS Zone firemen who ae ected although most solid build- -_the Meris A O
amid-. --A ../. r.acthat thecovea of telaw ells e i reevethe ain- lgs. were believed to have M.p.h.
L* be expanded. nualrLemium compensation in weathered the storm.A
Rt iAcwnudy ue Damaging an" thatth oo n(Uof
-. Congress, In its final co- mp. andight differental. payable done her-worst. The wasgtn taEi i9-
S-m -Ine version of the measue, in. under the fringe benefitlella-weather bureau said "tee .is asd; ottae ots eT.
ueflerII f lns Isited on the raise to $1 but did tie nof lst myar. till some Indication the hurr da----aW.
it Chances u, r Future Geni onscn in ut extending the law .t This comnjesatlon, which will cane may weaken after betfj The had
include soy of those now excud- amount to & pr cent of salaries over lan several more hours. Twr
13 (F)drol. bos are goiforward The newsnan's que ston, 1n ed-mostly retail and agricultural up to $5,440 becomes effective As Connie left the Carolina and
posible. promptede by te dscle workers and those dealing in tomorrow and will be Included resort beaches and peeled offa ar-
eozn.iol&-or.- _,. nt J.Jfibs,. _I of Thursday that. American e-_services. in checks issued Sept. 6. eccord- cross tholittle populated wastes N
ertd is katmic this have what Adm. Lwis Ing to the resent schedule. of the cmlCnA coMmuni- on eItoI
l ad p theStrauss called a "o derate- At htr~
g the .survia b"pcolnfps sinea" EH-power project under .dio
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F a sr a the Cc B e a wl no-man's- tlaend between the of nS E K KZ^ ?ai ral ^
T$ Ma oBO- .ed by helmeted carbine-carrylg
Red soldiers. The Commnls fladh-
T el le a isu ea s open m a r readers M The e Ams A ris es ed nmrors into the amers lease s.
.ae semied grotserally end -m ianed .l ta helpy sweseldl They would not lete us co me aWt y Ca" .t. w t1 _I O...
.with pictures ofeevena tiny der-'
t e nceeibuee a lane don't habe mnpfot II e domse'tl Pahee i nor of their world. sn-
m y anLhes published n ke eder sa moved. And for good reaso e. It is cram. /
Shs y m hp ke I tm lers.. hb to N o eam pegs l0ll bhlng. It is starving. Its polit al
WlMaie hi e wdile s boheld It nt t11 te coaMek a Communist Party cadres, ae de
", ma ns r a-numes as the easpes lblitDy for eamem s Omau em U p of the most ust ve n r
S ogin lefte"Mrdrs"Communists, are .etkim debet.
Cco S0L 11O soM e--te hha d. closed the
co. ---- border here so that only we Ch.
I was indeed pleased to read the "truly rational" letter on nese rqfugeo can come n,r Tr r e x-
oco oito by Mr. Ill in the "Mail Box" of Aug. 9, but it seems chane for one Chinese who wants
db if our friend Nation al m Coco olito u s tailed to take the to return to the Communst side, ti
universal hint presented so ormnrightedly by his fellow nelgh- there wouldBbe milalo s more in
am sur that the 05nND. But only handu of '
I m sure that the Coco Solito tenants a- well as the man- Chinese go back to Red Chtmin a.g fh
agement are aware of the problems presented an some of tese i thJse a little t ening ofO d n a
S rant letters. I have been in the Service 16 years and have te e Western world
t ra o fe odmied c nations that t ht have created real havoc in&. i ar-. o
countered oew: places that equal conditions In Coco So w. amit C hao ni Chinreated real havoc
True, it is dift icult livin and bringing up enlid ren und i m Ctoo i stad Chin t e o l .
th st ,rain of th e crow ded con ditions th a% p em h but It i s for on the -m N N.. . . ...rW law .t -
lrtter than bem away rom ones home ansd famy for y thomunist pres enter aly saad I a nll P.to

Stime. throughout utheastden Asia by w1Whiatf e man th eJ thyr e r H iK b f ia t.e
I t s fine that someone in our soety has the ambition lnd meeting with them.Wl to tua a we e in tn

t is fne p .*T at someoel In enougeyh h ant to wsu,, ete to, al o. o oc..eot. ,,., Su; Appointment of Cndtl Thia.he I_ Not Con- m_ :ow pae _eaae d ak
.et.ge to want to improve conditions as they exist, but 1'in s m eet with Peipings mrepredenta tb, .thS oh a. R tt 1e 1
alae that it will Lake a lot of money to bring Coco SoIto upt ie gne rI c e e t w s ih
his standards. Rational, you nave presented the problems ; tives. evn r urged Ite onh at heeae Fot Lvo, V. John no eta. U$lt ,p t. ,m
,pa ,solutions d o you propose?,ty r,,- ,, ro or Hoaw gn h a v wUd oan t a w ul but. not .ai .m.. Facd .id Rtira ngton
.. .o..t.o. do you p ? Presd t-haecrs i gnored scores J at nearby Fort e voir, Va. Jo
Rather mtan aefrd your previous hidebound blunders qo.rts from our o n U.S. Asiatic hits a gre a s hl e xbut -Is hot, aya et ln a
stead in the matter l Also, by ill means look up the word .ra- unanimous opose d to delin -re trmh natrod the ofT f'
on t"in a tactionaryld. aomeans a little more than what you itis moment.! makethis as a flat Other a~es llng orlpo 2e dal s.hls i- t he e --t tme -a
k th i t tes te wr tm statement I repeat that the Sate F t P t ase Ul a p ld fi
SLts kee theselDee ton a t bhas w reby they are profit- Dt. and her U. S. fore g ser- Besh ab retired oAry officer M.llea, w
ble o oco e. o somet that only v s one op- ice divisions have scores oeporte Jack ee Wad m.
ted self-importance. from Asa saying that we wllbe -- GOP Chai 1, Ulit'the WhtS Hous
S1 am sure tne people in charge of Coco Solito are doing the fr-o m Asia say g ing that we will be GOP ___i ed tle An.al ordl, teugh ot
lathey cusin with twe money provided to make the place ,as11 prestige by meet g with its dip of Illinol, was. Naioal amonrue, bi feared ha
ble ae poe lble. .lomat representatives. AmalUr. ChampioA nj fm e e f to f .
T her-es Commuists fi nay lC hina O n the P ote j vorite bap.o" o a als o. mt .U.I
Mr. Rational and Mr. Albee Rational, my blood brothers, wyTh for exa, m hle, of n mNEWlYO RK, CO NFIDENT/AL Eb g a el
recrd s a of atalOUstione oad oe you sorme po t exaMs O nr a
S youeQuit while youesl may retain someosem Oa manu many headquarters In this pwart of a other Demseact 'to joa in a .?
Yo mnon getting to the beginning of this. If we do, world, eo idench at P By LEE M ORTI
dud that you and you uaone, are responsible for sending an n al some 1W 00000 of its People areK I -D a n l Ce e- a m
mous letter to tnis worthy column. An it you criticize Loco stats h ungr. Millions ae-i of e Pr e eurer tl m e,-
1,to and the U.S. Uovernme.nt t ve died of amine. Floods |a- The President osts .. l0
IThat word was criticize, mind you. If instead, tt haved d w farmineseaosathe
2'hat word we crstice, m d you. It ntead, that wo- have wiped out farms, rice pad- This Isn't Confidential Either: In "Damn Yankees." They dis- gala, going into the pul i ahindg a. tin e amddy fes with his foursome, ,ue "M
SrsAruou ive auggemaion, ma tters may have taken a alf- dies and even Industril plants, Bob Miteurn, sounding off in Par. appeared from her dressing room es himself with the Asa .14k partner. Count times. s Oter to po N.
fIe oi oh e of the pro- Ther is bhsrutal rationing nside is about din ladies "I've work- the other night minutess before the Club, lix selections a ye bye o o ial lySt Se ie tam w lat tisW would rvise new a g
I don' doubt that everyone on the Ithmus i eS that Communest China. Chinese from aed with" says there are only two final call. With nothing else at temporary Oiental wters. T be e's share .50. heiapays atnd esta aofa anle thcnss..
S are M aults with Coco olito, just a there are faulta wth the mainland have walked into ourI "natural" gal in Hollywood-Jane hand to pin around her middle s, new. international copyright e- off in crisp new bills. At the d. a
M wYork City, Ban rancisco or any other community. diplomat offices here, carrylag Russell and Marilyn Monroe, and der her cotton dress, she grabbed vention which permits him to i ofa match he "replays" his goo Note meanwhile so of the
But the point stressed by two anti-rational letters was the their ation cards. We know from I wonder what he means at that. the nearest item- mink stole. ow-wage Kon and o an bd hes e under th aicityeuts around the Whts
fact that you did not offer the fainest suggestion of solution itese cards that the Chinese are will keep thep rces down. shower or whl e att witIh fel so d baa a e lte of
theproblem.' That in Itelf i enough for someone to assume entitled to all of our ounces of Flatfoot Stuff: Appointment of Confidentially This I Not Confl. ow players ver refat them -are ndrtakg rass-
you are not nature, as criticism s simple, but progressive edible oil-A MONT. Ask the la- holly Steve Kennedy as New dental: Jackie Gleason letting the th "th hole" root e to e e
on< are much more difficult. dies; they know what this means York Polilee Commissioner brings film moguls know he's available, Doing What comes Naturally Ike is an eager beaver type a cotyngressmen wile they're at
college enterethe picture thank your quality of versein a kitchen. You starve to mind Chief Bill Parker of Los but he wants "a meaty, guty Rock Huson with P the re and moves so ast f- oe to step p tmet for a
is not hard to imagine that you are a young and immature Rice and grain are so scarce Angeles. Parker is a B.A., an role" . Aside to ll St. Cyr, two s Gates . oMore 'has li er teeing off that he sometimes highway bill.
lege dude from your lofty and "nolLer than thou" statement.- that even State enterprises across L.L.B. and a Ph.D. Like Ken- 52nd St. strip rs using the last Tony, last name of Travis s standmg over his ball while
would steSAdowr im your lofty perch and pitch in with e arby border have begun to nedy, Parker worked his way up monicker St. Cyrr. Franeols de Richard Der, B' act el- copiman s, who may be lying .ll
terat have degrees but ar matureke th records so the get big- from the ranks. He studied law Bethancour, the thespia n, and Pat low, and Joa e farther from the and there-
'they s 05 Jet o le er allocations of food. I have be- at night and is considered one of Coo an, thesocialite. e was p Ionaire ah oe ar etti n sh ato for Senator Sead
se ards fthat th inside R the -t q 'betwublic spak- to ay ge Elliott'sacep
gerS IsS ge agn a"nw tT an erMa He' e 'rne r asaeo i tar. Ja. G aoI
oar Paoi o.a SAo battered t sol v ean rat er s teel and ITre oundry and other wauts f lst hl run for Mayor, press so e B iabNs''s former t er
an and te tempted to solvany problems its in and.. Included 4,00 Governor or Senator. He'd be elee daughter, Lda, who is a re tly di spose
S r tried to nIrritate the manage. n esssgatt pe pleain their re- ed by( a landslide. Under Parker, anistic geniuses o. Anne FracIs Seamna Jacobm.o hv got that old Iksnd g olfsa
Mow let me conclude by asking you Mr. Rational, or your turns so that they might buy theLos Angeles force, once scan- iscelebrating her single statusy feeling, should aee hit the P reai Norma
hblos namesake to refrain from ting this community.read nearly 0000 more cattle of dal ridden, has become the model dating actor John English. .. t while he standing e chef mister at
for yor personal and childish attacs on the Coco So- ain. In other. words, the man- of the nation. It's "Dragnet" pub- Tony Farrel, the millionaire pro-d o asron
hmuam project and the government After all, If humor Is agers of these sodialized firms put licity hasn't hurt either. Parker is ducer of "Ankles Aweigh," two. Dept. of Strange Coincidences: competitor d an aged in h of labor, ind ry ad co c
-ne looks in the cartoon section of the paper rather host names on the payroll to get death on organized gangsterism coming with Doris Hagier, who Could the stories about Mike pme that he doe think abom t of Tr i. At s
t he editorials. their rations, and his famed Intelligence Unit labors for him, at the Patio. Todd's rescue from an Irate bull the possibility of gettlng cookeo Manley. sat not far frm Seatr
d Immataure. .The penalty for this isdeath. commanded by the brilliant and by a tador in any way be con- by a stray ball."
die anyway-of starvation. other university man, u s u ally Chateau Madrid was Martha nouncement was made a few hours o tf his risky positiLon, 'he a a fl to Omaha, Ne, to be guet
So hysterical is the Red regime knows more about hoodlums in Stewart, the ex-Mrs. Joe Lewis, ater th sined matador and st ack ke at
that i t is going for a terrific other cities than the local coppers and Dave Shelley, the rec. e. Luis Dog1m o Wf te Wa r pact -same canso"Se
ersatz program similar to the old do. Advertising his music, maybe? for "Around the rid I 80vice keep a vibant eye U whla tsa me r tu aS
Nazi plans. Days"? isngjustnaskim.Chid Executive, t met outo a
S*l |Everywhere there is an "Eat The Town the Lights Never Shine Cafe Society, But Is It Social: ,soa ncth eir wat be itb atof he w ec 7 t,
Less Rice" campaign. Women are On: Billy Rose's Hollywood date Comedienne aye Ballard shar. Where the West Begi bsfrt ba th. One of I hap'syfavori' Robert t eh
rnesed to plows and pull big was Mary Siclair This week'sbing Bloody Marys at the Spindle.Why: Keeping track of Hollywood stories is about a eet e t use of his te
machines because the animals are Nicky Hilton Item: B a r b a ra top with John Stevens, to Texas romances Is Ike this Jo, Wind- "lapse" one day when he was
too valuable to exhaust. Schmidt. t he Rose Bowl Queen oman . Dinner of the Month sor who was enga to Paplang at Bur g Tree.
Graeres are empty. ousands Dick Contino's quiet tee-a- Club (at Billy Fred's Little Club) Ellwhowas the of Mar. Secret Service agents were at Igton and took hem a S m
of farmers have rioted. They have te es are with Flora Trombino, a presenting -French chow for Aug- th Ellis who is tb gal friend of the entrance gate d beklag at guests complained a a t
been shot down by Red troops. I Dudley l'urphy's Holiday House ust. Very chic and the prettiest Pierre 'LaMure, author of "Mou- mobiles and their occupans, leave Omaha wly an
take this from the official records waitress . Warner Bros. TVjgals in towp are gobbling it up lin Rouge," goes daneing- at Me- Merle Thorpe. former editeV of big party. but all warntpfaaA
.of ours government. manager, Gary Stevens. and A Lenore Lemmon, who made cambo with attorney Bentley Nation's Business,,i drove up and by ck 's toa
MTheVPe inh government t even lea Whelan have their own chan- history with a Vanderbilt heir out Ryan . Allan Jones and Irene was asked is ame. V# President E hwer
demands the factories, schools and nel. of the world with Elliott Spagt at Hervey. celebrating at Holly- blnking an eye Tor.eh
hositpshisittoe---n t1 hi l
hos.ital oubmo...u .nuteyrde y 0East Hampton's Out of This orld wood's Eldorado 0becaase JorI os o!e most tJsiamlding priate i Mtf to
OT~ ; %. -..sn *- lt- on the tailed monthly report on how Inn. Southern recorded "Yen Gotta Get name he somit makeup, wih a GOP COntgb.aelafnsio11 Pittnts.. ..
'r. hmuch the workers, students and Dept., of Complicated Mathemat. -o"se a Lot of Livin' Gn t of Lift." 'skl" em the end of It. Ike wrote: "Th# ,s, p tlSb

l.-z e a o. .-bem. the the speion of oue p t rmer h es n si t r o me befor h bo. .thle for Ammrican Plan" both want her, hotter then last week weather. Despite the full.-bown.pa o structive .... y..tt
.. ihp esoc sp Thee C laltonsw.t heis,,rr o meone. a recent out n m ost ol the/abat Uo, baakrtpe ao gr R ',
---ght refu system whch mextenr its range and carries tonal of the T ienstain "Ta Kung Our Dept. of Public Service: No Keats, No Keany: Girls who all-tiame high. l _em st--o ..
extra fee oa s endele nbC unei ts wing. Jet is show d Pao," a daily. it said: "If every- Ways of a Man With a Maid Her name Is Denise Mor t she's yakkety yak thl e Canring, Up resents the dlelt' oO. bus-e mo .
SLeAngelis, Casatzbody consumed one tal (two oun- and Vice Versa: Peggy Maley blonde and 20 and arryv b here thp altar seldom ge prancing.' sess to gapetee m n te] I _as
C s) less grain a day. two billion (who made front pages when she from France three months y o. To er" methods of Wilttinest cta, and to as sr
Ter proceeds could "over Haven for Joe Flsehetti) e.. oyin mort aged the farm. She's study- Honolulu's liquor commjssou lag b t aItileeaui by the to U .
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.|Against whom do you think they Don Ameche Jr. merger set for is working here as a model, and spot in town just so alog as amount if mome. in history for sh o gil ,a11.th
ala' n toerneme theos. figher cr? Sp. 3 T.. h.cT festivities hop .or into films at TV. ho doesn't drink _.Liquor wor.."toe..e a b rpt.,
clt too an these fhate Se phateao Madrit. marked the eer poodle's name is "Manon" ton wt eed all Japanese p__yg _____umml_ rso. __ ___-_._,
"viet China could have been forced gagement of Joan Sprague the and she thinks "American men b Eis whre are several-r, r
).} to feed Its people instead of build- tV lovely, and director Ted Davies n re more appealing than French- to cover their navels worried -,
ing a war machine against us. we'. . Today's Jimmy Dean item: men." Have more money, toeo, about morale of naval personnel ww,,g -,

wa0iC0l not on his ox- The There's No VFor Them As Can Road: Pa WhiTru W e A dveiWsef:
"iI'S hePion goermpert. out here. (Thank heaven): Shannon Bollhn-ist Dick wTaplinger Who does for Never flirt with a gal whose l -d u 140ew5 Os XIt t Prpu o
i m. wears large strips of heavy pad- books what his cousin publicist band is bigger then you rerAL. I S .n4 ..p WCAP.
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I was Indeed pleas edto re ad the truly rational"i letter r cn R, .h...
80luo by Mr. II IIn the "Mail Bx" of Aug. 9, but it seems an a n es e wo ts
t eur friendN national in Coca tolito ns ta led to take the a a h i4
erl hint presented so forthrightedly by his follow neis
Iu amunr tw atthe Coc solto tenants as wella the ,ma ie IO te China.
Share am of the problems p 'ia nted in oaN o t. a tl th g
letters. I have been in the Service 16 years and have m eWe"I
termed to places that equal conditions in aoo o8Mat eight hve created red havoe oin
strain of .e a wded conditions that b v1 I It n dd -nstead .we" bolste.d. h
. ter t han-baasCway f I. o new's home aill fG an*, . tro t.
atI; s fine that someone in our society has the amb on osa meeting with e l t
a tO want to uiprove concidiions a thney emis, but 1'1 Whoeer de the decision tor
that it wall take a lot of money to bring Coco Soluto lt uep eettwh til r epro To e
his s standards. Rational, you ave presented the roblea s; es Ihe ured It o i i
4 Presldnt--4itdenrozd :ca of
IS solutions do You Propose? atu0o12 r4 T Va.

$ id i the matter? Also, by all means lotok up the word "ra- wt name opposed to t death et M
in a tiletionalr. A t means a s ttle, more than, what o a w e
. k Aese letters on a ba"s whereby they are pro Bfit- e b rep at that the Sate b h
self -LS9inn pobrU&"orP'
a.o t ..on chanRe tha have c B O l Un h .ares o r
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Ul H Beit# ue money provided to make the place as tae itheIs 4pt w

M. Ruati l a d Mr. Albee R national, my blood brothers, e ords of at N Y O R K CN EIL d
yesh m t whle ypu sill my rretainadi semblance tof Clb t men!r 1s .hile ofl er i
rs getin. to tha o hin nin of this. we tado, BwetU adaliffo9 y LEE
"abt 'e andyou aLone, are pensA le for0 sendi0Ong fus"By LoE eoi re i
ous matter to aOs worthy column, In is you ycfdlteeze Ucp a Ihungry. Mu e- -n or-
to and the h.... bovernient* &I..iwo, Jfamipse flows The P Im oI

3e`1121% i I iey tltod wIas ararak" teeOt.e MidI i I w n aI instead, that Hword a te 're,.osi nB wSg
saav l out I li t Conf dental Eithe : in o"Dam Yankees o c Isnty va a* lOW l E h I n AtDamn Ylnl i 9 .
vi aueon," matter$ may have taken a ?it- o ed i s Bob M.adm, soundeg off in Par- appearedd from her .s e o efu th a
All you d was meitionene Bfaults of the epre. GII I s about dng s odingon aes "I've work-in the Othernie tf o ate desti es Fian .
idtI doubt that everyone o te thmant retues me i ed Eleys there are only two final call.It nothan e sat
faults with Coco Solito, just-Pas there are faults with vr walk!ed latn ou "apturlwood-Jene hand to pin around her middle epq. a s oaut c lim sp nobills At
u Cityh 1ain sFtranciscos ort a tny thera community. beaor athemyn abohet fao Aer her cotton drnt, her. grabbed vs on w r to aE a tu fa Nsote me ie
3But h 3iutresed by two Hat-woaldt.ters woo the know ifI woder at he means at that. -the neret ?em-a m lak stol. In 3bw-wage d NMe
thatou z offerthe fai du n that chinese aa re o ,f mClu mte epbshta theuand
Pro11M S5.' I m l Iintelf aIs eNo g W.ombo to AB102 Ue to all of once of Fl MStaff: Appo"intnt of Confidentitlly TIM is Not .Ib r -
on. not Ature, as articism Is imple, bat progroaps edibs sth l- scha-Steve Kennedy as New dental: Jackie GI on lettl g the t__'
are MU more difficult. *es;tse whal a wom s York ce Commissione .bringsfilm mraoe Mewag a: h o t o Dfl6er
lege he p thank your quality of r- lb k n. You. stevel ... A mnd Chief Bt Parker of Los but he wha uter y h d Ion o l b
l Ard to- that you are a young u Rice a" .la s. d ar Se -oParker Ie a B.A., an role". e Aside to L tan s Gates g a on off C at b es$0141
im 1" oulr thI 9 I inw'i at even es fgter scr ft a pnd a' Ph.D. Lk Ies vn- lend e s tal .Ia Tony, last name of Travis a. I s over he bail wil.
rarokars mFA9mmRestudied law Bethl otg-, o P-- ..h. ..rs ps ida
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snulpipteped to solve any9 r pro leina .d, a ror e la r. w ho
'-,r t irritate the-Rt oo aoy ight thoide h Jr meeUner Pt carr Is he rs.. miAppi ,td
te pe include by r.iRattional, or yo meurl t a hs to a oey ttos V. ur taoi9lr Go(. tM. b .h
a .paate to rein mtthis omuntyread urMy1 of ,dlridden hbe ame the model datin s"or-G while o
Syr pr and a ildsm on he Coo- S grain." Oherwwds the mMaW the nation WIb "D ragnet" pub- Tony rarrelifthe i=llin.len u s 1Iro'g4"
sad the r mt an, A Iter f boom hm ir agers of the l firms putV l haste hurt either. Parker is dlcer at "Akips Aa wo of stratwasel a omaCor l-.
in arten section of the paper rather ghost names a q t* DayroB to g t dea oa organied masters Isbomn with Doris Hag e Pato. Codl restcefr m mbaates paesth o ge go
-:7 .10 IThmalg%. ie peai.ty Igotiis is,-deaf. commanded by the r tand by a teeulr IIt asop mW be CW by a stray iuo,' -' oJ ,
But if thed ordi# oadhl. they'd Capt. JIm a 1.lm, an That terrify rusbta duo at the acted with he oa f that as do.- When the Paeiieat as
diesarvation. univeraty aM usually Chateft M 3[ wa Martha souUcemnt was mad a dew hours his ition, be
g Ii, the Red regime"hows more about hoodlums in Stewart, the ex-Mrs. Joe X. Lewlt, later lanartso
that to amIsing-An for a terrific other cities thg lthe local coppers said Dve Shelley, the roe. exec. *,, l me go
erst am milar to the old do Advertising his music, maybe? for im.JuteIInken a Tv mt eye i Shh
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,rF wheree there i "'at The Town the Lights Never Shine Cafe .tyBt Is It Social: .the a. beOR..
Less loe" campaign. Women are On: Billy Rose's Hollywood date C6mole kye y aslarfc shar. Wher-I te Wi b It of ekagumrite
harnessed to plows and pull big was Mar Shalair ... This week's -g Bl Mbryp at the Spindle- Why: al tA. si
maclnues because the animals are Nicky Hilton Item: B a r b a r a t with John Stevens, to Texas re&A t Ip. was
toe valuable to egbaust. Soebhldt, the Rose Bowl Queen a n n Dinner of the Month & pi5 s.tlI
fGhrrasedes erma w~emlpty. Theasands . DiConno' quite t le-A- Club (at Billyr Little Club)'a oI Scr.Service w at
of farmers have rioted. They have tetes are with Flora Tro binol a presenting -Fimnch chow for Aug. tha ofX "e t glp a .o at.ato
te dow Red troops. I Dudley 3 urphy's Holiday HoIa= uat. Ve chic and the prettiest 'nderles rae fu ar
take this flsm ihe o 6 91 records waitress.. Warner Bros. TV gals in ipsare gobbling it up li' S9 s- Wt er m
Ot aIverment. maaer, Gary Stevens. and Ar-. Lenere Leammon.-who made ct
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PO SALI: 1950 Ford Co.
wveibil, adioe, hetf. ttip In--
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FOR SALIi orginsh. 1950
Balk jupew Coup In oasellent
oaIdNieml ira oad, radle. now
set eqo. imlv $700. SMOOT

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pric,.. Cll 2.2042 or 1-5183
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F.O .SAU,-1950 Packrd 4-
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Chwuh of Our Saviour
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Our Saviour in ew Cristobs will
meet Manday, Augt 1Mih at the
home of Ms. Thomas. C. 'Aobe*
gis ..W, 8415, Eupave -Jtrlt,
MpgAita. at 9 .m.
Regular buuinoss meetlog of
the Woman's Auxiliary wM take
place. Monday AuguIt IId at
the neienceoi Mrs.Herbert En-
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pWMbqs of the parish ad
are invited to.attend these
S gatheriings.

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charge, Archdeacon Lemuel B.
c. Gll wiy U be at St. Peter's
aMa .o lLa1W. BoaS, tomorrow
-Gal.G --- me ng ;toi and preach
Sat te -'oo-a harist,
Here's 0b3i of awt that should The ele will be choral
be .lutWMluing to women to the setting of Merback com.
Was higton correspondent union me.
Doula L.aM. Bd Keeth 0. The iest In charge, Father
Gilmore xrt t.at "the Britis ,ohn Sipear, who Is booked a
mIay finallyy recognized the celebrant at St CLtoph
=-.. ta fetles at a church. RP Abalo. In th t orn-
j.- has dusgnated lng, wll deliver the enrton at
I .r mmr 'acpot. ivensoon. 7:30, n his home Mr-
tOr,' ,rINd.mea. limb.
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me aud without a drink are asked to attend a peeil'fe-
or civersatio, tky UivOe in to he.rI which Uillbe held :30
et ,'f .." on Wednesa y evening.
l ,it Iewe women seem
to be fW heai-ay. Time was o-D Program
.and it tso very long ago- TWO-Day Proiardm
"whe MI a lBw 't have on ii '
toa an escort. Set For UN IA's
Bt easald'Le. t take .,
ome raP t sth Anflhomty
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ihe Ikied n oi v Ditvison i oft the U .LA. -ar
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or weslh of aleas ing out dreier l the th Averar the
wer, whb will take leet e
bw',,btt t~etladynflke daY and Monday, Aug and

bee oing aIlo to rpatie. r es thaina eme -
Therm. ar =ea OrWNS 'mum-.- m pingtl I. .at Whl 'it
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gAnia of Texas who son i te s as that
i ot" "a" h si"Governor Harrim ti a.n hoo
1,tO able. man and if.he were not fot.
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t aalGev Aon HaiMm-Azime to tie
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ilak e the Democrat the two-leading 9bIItiesi have
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is *mbw SMh eldeclines tot make th6
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SwieIn next year.
hi the oyernors' can S
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a tor tly expanded" in S"
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-t federal gover~ to .i n ,Ied them,
me0t f iS line and au H..to a far" a
to el ta i be pent on roads. oIco' fall.
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Wahiowas n named new chair lhe conterece "OclatoA thi
-ra a-moie. a nd New F"M GO C 0 g" to ft'
Jve- w Ma as the site 9U S up eeW for rW. bu t
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exact site was term bu' d5ehait-wo Il 4
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S*BAINSBURT Weed. ut a e with a s ".t e
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;ked o0Wl-16. of 13 3 "'r
wafr but saw
it appeaiqd t o chdown.' than as a
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t" -was. w by Frank Zidom of Southsen I
jas3m3t WethodiStton a tW6 yard 14rkn oIascko
Sfe trd a .kickoff 4?. Med .th. esdmnt ofiu
h To Note D ret rawd in a a1 d 9u,7 Inc.,that hoin sfigher
a ._' 10" htabackI to c1t 0i be ao g ,On..se.
I.q qIn th-e Now hAt the
llr termani plunged a yW Johnto nfir to
Lf. w ere for 25 y arlso rBS a We oarcianu #R,
PH r ue, Renfro ran s y fr K like i tEh
Grier of Penn State But the All dtn l d Mw4ore 1blt. sh oldly. bl a
,oif, ot W eonsinh & and Cleveland, wtlnw oL.i. he eititmt~i lt be wth
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nd 't-d two. a a la.
T i WeiA ll Star win wa wesn puao to
.to h0 o's hve A t knor nom

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Cainual&sth M int of weather, the gept who gives you the ao0 shoder ateA anTOrac to the ub e H 0 .- Re .
lO Is the rates your kindest thanks. The scorched earth Wno story of ithi Yankee bu ere whm Jes eeda olrk f
e too well tll there always onolatio someone. th years .. an Ray Ca Idwell .. U 01 Snider,. ers ..... ..
be., o Shaw aitow. ostu er anMt aalf chSortrei. now that e e i5aIn saJesape of uJod 6.0 0 1 0 aH... ........ ::
i deat. Th Cgess .otueasoas tracr hislWerurmse noamm mnsb Riea ha. 0 : 1 2 Ma.nMtle, ........ 1 ;
to1 The lo egae Ta abert is that If. the C et a ma t rl ant hard* Robert Lbier .. 0 .J .
hw as oea uwe gi ilI -a- M awte set.t. i t the Ja Roberts Rthle..... 2 4 0 4 1 .... ..f
umb w4DSCu m atehUe And th.eU si e edW benS m Ultra high secrecy : Hank Gre George ngierald .. o 0 0 0
s Ch.a" tw fremt felt. The Glasts %s berg to move to Pittabur after ...0
as rm tree e ,beasa, sof Wae TOieaMs -- (.Mrs. Greenberg no Total 111 I8 3x al. i .
e "ir eala..eh. 5e ir, d *Iwt le Cleveland) .... and take bud. -os. ., 1
gvMIun wbe-f at a aSa.wff ses bis? SLat's d Ralph bner with himin a tfled frotnt El e3
CobsEnv- 4d-=lthe em ff wants to Mee &e; au the Re1emUb. whIce capai Wy ... seen By Qurtr e .
sd StreakWhee-sempew.InetNghimout of the6-12, 12-5, 14-27, 20-37 Po Reete.,
When Billy laus, the ersatz r .
AT LEATthree tiAngs e somr doesn't seem shortstop of the patchwork ed lars were crushed -by the l
Isamt tr hn "s1)"-" cold, (2) crab grass and (3) ox, first signed an organized league leading Pan Canal Pilots
the.ae -. hon..a. .a.....d.w ree arin onthbaali theu onontra with th e Cubs52 .Herb Schmidt and F rankas .... -, Il
S. oulas to po reveals the Washington Monuent is the best-known me- s bonus .. only one spa eciala sti- the Las Cumbrea tean o and
US. ,; straight win. moral in the country, and that's e.sy to understand. It's the pulatipa tha the litt e hustler scored 17 ands 9respectivelyaunt.ad b Dodg W L
-1 5I0*..:f :monumentfrom the top of .1 which Gabby Street once caught aIbenoa.b-o spring training I"nrnewao" b @, Doder
5 and reole o M press agent for the father than the cherry tree. ge t ser h hi Hwle t t, Hanley, ittm Per as n istees bi.Tm r o :0
-h eLi.fe palld Ben flouts 19,00 for his secret," which, as 310- so little of his chances stick a8Rowan who scored an follows. Red S.1 .... 2 .a
7" TI2S AY'S TAR Jim my Dmrelt l te aut-In this smne a year age, was nothing with the Bo hi r shued in. I at te kim td ha. He26ar wi 5. The Pan analf thilots
RXftwghos i ffrat M.in more nor less than an olid-fashlo fate out. To execte a would ship his family from looked around and asved, 'Whoe b l are champione efwith Gal declared angli- was tber.
WM!- homer 4the White @ox a fads, as alteration in the greis a ry, with the hands Illinois rI Boston e hWhom lemwa s ta"
oea l egsitT- Wa men aWredl ,e thanTeagt. NwboPityplreag yan bawledL. Lahemed'Lokmlik- braltar Life waitingfor them to Mrite. nosingW
slh at* ,g .ming a-ibtlthe tt whe l. af. Tht Ieal Pity t or ywu t o haed Williams ...h. ie looks at me slip. 5 C ,0 devote, us-ting e" -
Ois i.. -n m o ad was ca ght earnestly and ulps, 'Couldn't you In the second game of the aft!- appealed to i
.ba aute fade btter than ..ret . pt s omeon e ae up in stead?" ernoon Gibraltar Life edged ', re
foreaother onshot hevXer,. 0002Maybe the big debate is who's crippled KeyotOur team f.ten eav ,,ed
better, at at more ly, C faster, Turley or Score... ~ute aout titr am .m
alr i eeutofth. with hS.- HI .a Cmopoe of the Indians tell you... that tT. o-.-of
t i p B for a couple of select pitches re.sa d Ru t Poat r let the.r
r In.tde Ln i wher otLLrRay Narleeii h as both fd the toners with 17 a
S-'" 0 to sard C lef4 M wi e Ted was beab.. 9 i nts. G braltar was always
jel at eit...c ,cwhas FA tT N Iuch beSEindO uIC E behind er tied with thel ey-
d11ng .Am pnlsa J- toners until with approximately
'tans hthe smallrtowsothe -sti sc l ht hed b e t d or l h
"'who m1ns616 6a u wow lctl lSy sal.eter i. mg.h i .nthe b.l when Remember when Vic Wertz was one minuteto go thorged o n-
3 C AwouldNeither have atthe OtNchtmpnjUlt, the d man rounding second In thee 1M dWotl Tothelea b hree pos and 20
ITEAUE a loyaltI runsm u d =pr. t o e gnd do-, I I his spec a shin guard broke
.borearsembld.doTantsaI pIseegr W" eI Se re ed h siad th i ap whed tontoin b D it Hi
,.It wra s ow h dferis t. the ot her e wn Q Wa forcing him to hold up wi. Bwhat for asC wer e
W L Lrot. a orand Sti as~ o r a would ave t i can Lewis French 11, Tom per ti."
W4h ADSa b oomrer be en d sAnl A p ould have been the eadrunonw ,
4.dr ruunale JcpSft altto nareurdrniftagJ aS ksin think t df rllea hired with nobody out?.. -Aroundrowe.
4. ASm td booa t o t no all. f .oer-] ""oh i hisMO a town of York. Pa., they
th en 11 / et ea bl t e ,Smef Ta ntllro ti calibe r e'v wimTDi still call him Dick, 'not Vinc.., no Las Cutohrpe
0 W e7Ea........ .y.. ..a.iom o nally h e t te w. ws becausee i brother's name is Doni t lm er .. .0
4., 070. an the lnastheI heahalt b serl Dy DatEANS eREAR and It goes easy with Dick Warren Ash ton .. 1 3
_eas U--.4e36t lAe w as the te e a t The Yeari is Nftiolis agiue Boxins newest televis on rage ral -nk Stewart .. .. 4 i 4I/"
i'3 &Ut40 3roiok lona I wears: l ruas h CthS l Writt n forl A pagi 'liny orc w theirs who as Herb Schmidtt .. 6s117
p a thos-m QUleteam C .wsdO Rdoubleb tedto tea meth own New Mike 'Neil .. *, 0 0 0o
I WOrSGAmE wtw ntbet a other Greyheoutd asthe ,seot hesecond baeman iote Orleans to further his fistic ca-Totals
WIT 0 v(N grOw sasked us o believe, b t 'lt -th ew to first In time t gt the Breer .p. because her couldn't draw Ttalw Pa21n Cnl
CIcaaalteroin o jtanustthesameI. Astbn3 I- Mtse id er. But the Ir last b ans. pncoffee beansthere... Bn rHe. 1
Ne Z--.---t--oe-r-a-s a eie m n ,Tae n h M ronner hae b .l.. 13 0 1 2dt so
Sa (2) te ibdaItbewase tned, t gave hn- error. Why? I Harr -Byrd.hs changed hi m
t.fuwsar. KM VT6 his long, retching gait. ThInktebe.ft 7ou.batlagainst him, a double play as long as oout!Sx, throws almost exclusively Charl. s Rowan 2 1 1
was made-Bob Bennett. three-quarters or overhand In Jim Rowan 6 **=1110131U.
2 t 00 000 060-2 a0.and them4n Sem1. ... .*Answer:: An i s gtien .f contrast to his erstwhile side Johnti Fitzerald 0 0 .
0001000-7 pa Re Fred Corcrianmt up with Water F 6 I 1 l Wut i A. wheeling G a l McDougald has o
(11-) Howell and agen at the recentDA ChampionsP i i Detr 4t and askedO-Isgiven7pv
Gse I---,Ar.dthe illustrious"tenshowhewscoingalongth his auto- makes apr throw limp -rist stance and has learned
al.m ostfinished.'. The book has been U2 the wars three years A. Theplate Is-12Inches. square I troubles trace to his change-up. 9-11, 11-31. 19-38, 29-50
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j" -r massi.e. u Re t cH- A nt Wand e a or.-"NG -R S VIC An. A-Not Isa than five nor more uback named Stan Flowers who Is Rusty Potter..-... 4 1 2 *.

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SAN FRANCISCO, Au A (UP) "'Let etn country b sle" Abraham Uncobs.
-Gen. Nathan F. Twi 13 Le the people know the truth andth country is safe" Abraha Uncoln
Air Force chief of staff, said yes-
terday that If President Eisenhow-
er's mutual erial inspection pro- THIRTIETH TEAR PANAMA, R. P., SATUIDAT, AUGUST 13, 1MS3K IM M im
posal is accepted American air"
bases would be made available to
the Russians for that purpose.
Twining, addressing the A I r '
Force Assn., warned against ban-
ning too oon the terrible weapnFr ee Ai rman Loses st ouna
that paradoxically enough "have
sharpened the world's appetite for I T Vi
T e, association. in a statementthe"B t
of policy, said "we applaud theo'-B a cklll
bold and imaginative diplomacy Be Tn f
displayed at Geneva by our Pres- ma
dent in his proposal for mutual NEVADA CITY. Calif., Aug. 13 their charges if they have any- to be reunited with them at put on the crew because Llew- S
aerial inspection. However we -(UP--American Airman Dan- thing." home. yn was late in re touim Me
cannot permit the rosy clouds o- iel Schmidt. apparently lost the Aft er he finished the newsmen Arnold was reeted by his squadron at Yakos A Force -
ver Geneva to overshadow the om- first rqund today in his battle to broke out in an almost unprece- brother, Dr. Robert Anold of Base in Japa. But shortly be-
inous clouds of new aerial wea- win back his wife who' remarried I dented gesture of loud spontan- Sunnyvale, Calif., and the lat- fore the B29 tok off for its m. m-
pens over Moscow." while he was prisoner of the eous applause. ter's pretty wife, 31en. sion over North Korea, Lewe;-
wTwiuing agreed with this the-I Chinese Comnmunsts. An Air Force spokesman said "I ought rd never get here," lyn returned and Olbbon was
sils The 23-ydar-old airman walk- none of the returning fliers he said. "Ellen come here and taken off the crew list ,
*If this proposal is accepted .'ed out of an attorney's offlee a- faces disciplinary ietion. He get yourself a b k-s." wasth e luckiest thin that
he an'ded, "the Air Force will en- lone early today after a three- said the record of each would Also on hand to greet the eve happened to me," Obson
thui:stlically devote its energies hour conference with his wife go before an Air Force board filers, were two former mem- a piG .
to r't-e this great idea work Una and her attorney, Harold of review as a matter of rou- bens of their outfit during the .
"Even the Air Force bases Berliner. tine but the spokesman said he Korean War. Ons of them was I llA
where-we are now standing 24 -"I have nothing to say," the felt sure all would be "corn- Col. George Pittman, the JUl r UM II
hours vigil against t possible So- recently released a irman told the pletely exonerated." ,uadron ewmmsnder who se t W.o
viet attack wobt conceivably be horde of reporters, photograph- The alraien immediately made the 11 airmen on their WU-fat- k J w
made available to the Sovi eras and newsreel men that plans to return to their homes ed flight. Pittman came from 1o Willin Rari
for this purpose" fr.om"crowded outside the attorney's throughout the country and his present station at San Ber-
Twining sarmamid he was arom offi "yo'll get a statement in were expected to have left Travis nardino, Calif. CHICAGO -(UP)- Illinols of
opsing df" ac t bl e the ery near future...three or by early tonight. The Air Force The other welcome, was John cials have a pretty simple formu-
pa -the fact that horrible w- four days...m be a week." has ut fotr planes at their dis- lhbbo i, a former first lleuten- la for determInin, In most cases,
poans of war exist nowadays acts At Travi Calif., yester- to speed them to their ant in the Air Force, who missed whether to approve applications
as a deterrent against war. day the commanding officer of -omes. being, a member of the luckless for unemployment compensation.
"For the first time wnhhisotorY the 11 American airmen who ar- There was only a sprinkling of B29 crew by a matter of mn- The formula is just nine words.
o head of statehip, canet Pr mom- rived home after 2 years in relatives on hand to reet the utes. Is the applicant able to work?"
cra the ao n mai n streets clear China"e prisons challenged the returnees. Most of the lelrs had Gibbon, now living in Oak- . actively seeking work?"
ise mand certain victory in ar. Reds to produce "anything that told their families they preferred land, Calif., -said he had been Chairman Louis N. Blumenthal.
cutand certain victory i .War will aubstantalte" claims his of the state labor department's
dThe .mvastati n he an s of anoth- men confessed to spy charges. .. board of review said eligibility of
devastation p ofthe lants m an his Col. John K. Amo, of ''- .- ten depends on the answers to
er people. He eatOnot promise is n y, Al., "cateor- *; those questions. Most of the cases
SPe Itheir own lands will not be n ctmey, l., ctorl . ." ed tis"s e ea
.pl os _allydened publishedreports d ,a': ", ; -. .pealed to his board center on
111%vienede saM, ven In a dictator- that his men confossed to e1- . ," .. ... B *n that ellilbilUty issue, he said, and
Twining said even in a icttor i onage charges and declared. the decision isn't always easy. FIL
mh, people must his a brief, emotfen-papked O, ne Jobless laborer said Chsl- pla

appethte hfor puW .. I believe old was the first iLan off ,es board agreed that steadily
it would increeas the chance, of the two Air Force 0548 which" rising fares are a serious" prob.
war for it would invite aggres- flew the 11 airmen across th lem for Jobseekers, but turned
lon' without instant and daner- Pacific to the base north of an bodied smnhai couldayhave walk the able
qua penalty to the aigressor.I Francisco. After greetng rela-
wini ass dience tives, Arnold specifically asked severalnearby factories to apply.
f* tAmnica is "stiAl ar d t,0iao lto newsmen about re-ny o ls,
ahead r the i f r- %ported "confep n.".Mny of fe's problems, the,
U, a sbvt rvnh e t a' lll v_"tWo Isherotg, Arnold, by oweerln- t eroutea little shot
e .Vdi'eehsive fth BUM shot dqD ove leather raer than the seit of.-
t defensive Mr toastch told the assembled conference:
th technologleal and', -production "In some accounts of Interviews
achievements of the Societs. we have liven on the tray back Then there was the womun who
In two years, he. said, he loped I have noUeid some misquota- e. ked kosher food and found her,
to dd 13 wings to the Air Force, tions. Most of. them were minor, sp ie outnlyof a Job. She said she
ng i p o 137 wings. want to ategorcally deny places that serve kosher food
u ,D t TICHR ISthat anything we ever said or-t of them.
ALBA TIDES d comprised a confession to The board upheld this applies-
AUU e s es nepionage charges that the Chi-O tion, ruling it wasn't unreasonable
UNDAY, AUGUST.14 I nae mm s ha e for her to eek employment only
J CommunistIa have laid on as a koshe co
/ W a m. us. I challenge them to produce he
4 .:4 pm. anything that will substantiate The question of whether the
claimant was actively seeking ejg
work" came up when a clerk at 121
CAPT. CHARLES M. SHANAHAN, 504th fiA Bn Adjutant, a racetrack betting window sought Ient
Atubplaces the battalion crests and green leadership tabs, on U. unemployment compensation In for
ColSURPRISE Rbert V. E Sberry new b ttalon cOm under at a retreat winters, when the tracks wee ta
turned over command of the 504th to Elaberry. McKelvy's The clerk said he often visitedt
(U.S. Army Photo) tender without any luck. He teati
.. - . ionew aossgnment is at Fort Hayes, Columbus, Ohio. trpensrwied thtseekinga wof rk alu sa tbar
fled he lined up for a job in a
JG handbook, too, but it fell through.
Els r Ts OThe board said when we track
S__down the evidence and give it thep
Itm 0M|aeisveiv asr ase two 'isn f r proper weight," his efforts to find
"ect from Madrid, Spain will sng for you Elbiserry Takes Over Comman by ms 4
t s weekend at the lengths.

:EL RANCHO GARDEN Of 504thBattalionat Ft.Kobbe soion To Plan
MysIery Sought
There will be many other surprises, The 5 ith FA Battalio l- As his last official act while in PASADENA, Calif. --(UP -One
coimed a new commanding cercommand of the 504th, MeKelvy of the world's greatest mysteries
? tTony FSredman. Mgr. at a retreat parade held ester- awarded two trophies to lst Lt. -how plants make food from sun-
Sl Dday at !t ort Kobbe, as Lt. G. Charles Hunter, commanding ffi- light, air* and water-is a step
M. M^evy passedno n the Baa- cer of "A" Battery o the o a4th. wneae solution.
S' ' 'ilioin Mcolor. to Lt. Cd. Robert V. The trophies represented wins5 n Un ,v v olt California scien-
i!m q Elsberry In a traditional change the battalion and post softball tists as- year achieved the
of command ceremony. league. He also presented- a- track first protosynthesis outside a plant
I, .and field trophy to lcot. Loh .. Walon Seter cll have cleared another hurdle
I'" "t AHW' McKelvy commanded the 504th C. Cousland, coach o the batta- in their effort to duplicate na
T A' s...; ..ce Jan. of this year. He be- lion track team, for winning the ture's trick.
gg 1gan his mltary career in 1 st championship In track. Mc-
C *-- 30C |and h as servedIn Euroe Jap. Evy also praised two soldiers Mary B. Allen, assistant re
'S -- :"I-and Korea. Arriving mlaanama i sen as the battalloas "driver search biochemist, described to
F"LAMING ADVENTURE RELEASE! 195M he srved as pot adWstant of the month" aond sclerar ofhv b ee-'. b ie m"a Aocabou for t" e
SFort Clayton and mas commanding the month, Pfe. Bertholomew Di Advancement of Science the new
THE T ARING SWASHUCKLER OF ALL! "fie, erns DeMattin, "B' Ba and Pfe .'aehe vement. She told how hi e .
TommanR of tOe A0'.. Mrtererirrp AanTt without disturbing .
-- e!a hswifare .apinF a srm wytheut action. tmslve,
Columbus, Ohronn n ,e' T highly complex entities," she said.
SIv-[v V U JO KS To a .e make further progress we
Eisbrry comes. to ..the ejo ep d, /ad 'to take them apart and re
States Military Academy, slasa ofi been accomplished. Broken cblor-
1341, he has served in horse drawn1 SALEM, Ore. (UP) Chem. opiast- not only carried on thq
and armored Field Artillery Bat- iclly treated seed will be usned regular functions of photosynWe
talins, taught at West Point and control rodents whieh have beeaI'is but did 'hem about six times
I served on a military mission to baqsmtang on tree seed in the beter than whole chloroplasts."
China in 1U41. Oregon Douglas fir belt, the state I Berkeley plant nutritionists sue-

I t announced. eeeded About a year ago in taking
Spring the Koren conflict. Els. I ea..f soed with tetrame- the t lightconvertin particles
berry was the 4d Dtv. thy2 tetrame appears t o f t leaves without dam '
ui IArt.e y. to ofer ala. aromiaewheei them. The particles-chlor-
The edonm, with his wife Emi' a, aite DOsUN Sr seed. The right on manufaltdus
lie, and their two sons will move c whu fWresters call by, and sugar from carbon
to Fort Kobbe nest week. ithe a Sau "te.tramine," Is and water in the prsece
---many t A active thawa' st.as rn -e
SWaiting Game .ased.bmt.t areas ber. .
fore. .W to k p., Pretty Penny
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a light sources Aftemrburpes exhaust wasally ho- a hortontal
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