The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00835

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SOTIA KSOUI DE MOTRAT.-Smth Koreans mass at 4h& en.tace to the causeway
leading to Woli Island ftB coat ty of Inchon to eittt deftce atle Communist
tanspectors on the Neutral iatSf Traue-lpervtsory Team. The doting was brokn up by UIS.
troops manning tear gas guns and fire hoses.
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9,000 Screamiung Korean Demo rators


Repmsed By S ers Armed With Fire HOSes


PUBAN, Korea, Aug. 15 (UP)
- About M000 South Koreans
screaming In anger at American
guards yesterday beisged the
UJS. Army = i -ea ComPOmn,
gate in Pusan while others .am-
ed nqw demotrItions f against
comnunilstt s u c e Inspector
throughout Korem.
Today lg the 10th anniversarY

Retirees

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freomB from a, ulh as l te gate of the
.1 'Aria. aut M cp'eund there to seize the
NestlaM nMeBftrattons truce team members. U.S.
Ir outf the tenS of th., '. ltary police mashd the
W Jpeoe naaling I o- veith weU directed power-
_i W r ceIbratlo .-; f l streams of wpter.
taking no abncees h l In Pusan one'demonatrauon
'AmeriCan troops n wasa ted Un~y morning by
were stationed behin ut15bo 0 women who lined be-
-ags and barbed wire re the Hialealh compound gate
rm"y compounds to protect singing anti-Red aloA Mill-
Red members of the truce tary olce said ." I t women
Thp mob before the mHaleah were known prostitutes.
Compound appeared froi o ----
wrere. Early n the mornmingr
re were about -75 Kerear s I rlnWSM s
nonstratlng lazily before Me .
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The Panama Canal celebrated
its 41st birthday as an inter-
oceanic waterway.
In contrast with the day of the
Canal's opening on August 15,
1914, when all attention was con-
centrated, on putting one ship
through the new channel safe-
ly, 27 ocean-going vessels were
on the transit for today.
As It enters 42nd year of
operation, the Panama Canal
hi also nearing another mile-
ctonL. Within another few
Months the SUs transit will
be recorded.
The total at the end of last
fiscal year slightly exceeded %44,-
000 and the additional six thou-
sand will go through well before
the Marines seek 5,00. The Air
of traffic during the past few
years.
Of the 244.000 total, 181,000
oceaa-going commercial l ai,
transits have been made by
41,000 by U.S. Government'ves-
sels, and 22.000 by small com-
mercial craft.
Except for the 35th anniver-
sary of the opening of the
Panama Canal, which was
celebrated by a special holi-
day. the birthdays of the wa-
terway go by as regular work
The 41st annlversaa was Ut-


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GETMN4 THE NEWS-Correspondent Bob Miller (left) shows
A/2C Daniel Schmidt a dispatch about the possibility of his
wife being charged with bigamy. Schmidt, one of the 11 air-
men freed by the Chinese Reds, reacted In shocked amaze-
ment. His wife, Una. had remarried when she thought Schmidt
dead.



'Enoch Arden' Airman Loses

Wife, Keeps Mother-In-Law


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LONDON, Aug. 15 (UP) The outlawed Irish
publican Army struck again today witi a raid on a, Bri&.
armory in Wales, but new war-like security measures in
effect throughout Britain foiled the attacker .
Five members of the I.R.A. swooped down on the K.1
nel Park Garrison et Rhyl in north Wales in a pr-
attack aimed at building up the ltA .'S arsenal .! |
avowed campaign to drive the British outWf Northern iJB
land.
Scotland Yard clamped a security guard on ttb
House of Commons itself today following two Irish ol
mando raids within 48 hours against Brithsh army barrQ
At Kinnel Park the raiders A BDrth War Offcqe
tied up one British soldier but man Maid today "units
he was able to free himself ana been told to pert
sound the alarm, at all lhpertant into
First reports said the raiders have a bullet up the
fled without taking anything. The order went outto
pursued by police and members all necessary precautlon t2
of the 31st and 38th Royal Artil- IRA. ofRflcils told a maws
ing regiments statoned at the Ing they weld push their
camo on the Irish Sea. to force British troops o
The camp Is five miles south- Northern INlad .,by"U
west of Rwyl near the main Saint the use of arma ,l
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o n'u 'b th ,. g r-a malo to .con- if you do, you m e9 a lot Os idnbAuh. Tam..o mIg, preofd at
SC tn- lice to tp n e am n r
.beb bndatheS Sar birtan y neyt sundom"d d
114, in '01 S3 gPrinesst Margaret.T rm .. ,.- o & VP n an

word, da a out a meven-fort- batrbodp P*iha ess Margap retthrad Schmidt pendP 32 months I, she -plann t see her first since a war ministertha
greSs in the cloag itqurs tpe streams of water fnutfftie hones. enough bto da pt amt com4 ro Saturde Fine, she quickly said. Ys ."h edmat a eclal cabinet h wr u
session, w as reeI~d hereTh S.poilic the royal consent ofier W h n asked if she loved meetiThe
swh p t hs W chann
Nathoe ~ AissN& ito wr c e guns- wbe aysed o- -i eg from c .ristob! nd t ,he ony- reconuiderationas Una said she chmidt refused to tip theScotland a r a special raids.
NCivil aoyed today. n- a fear gas arnta Princess 4nn, a age asted most of jAe day. loved logger Alford Fine, and hand as to whether he would branch.interrupted his vacation Armed sen
Civl e w tda it n an fires aanos M st of th e mob ed ch ld wh likes to g aSchmd dt commented, "A man seek legal custody of Danny but to take over the manhunt The fore many Brtsh
Brtsamye .al sen triestat. o Th be i e t rt he c an y
res i-2 per cent for all an- stood t d ado led, while a fe show whether she Appes In The selection of Ae uto would have to be awfully big... e conc ded had be be armed against further I.R.A. Royal Air oe bae
rnultleg>to $1,500 and an ad- pounded on the gates ANth Dublic with her parents, will make the first tilir the world to accept her back."gt D wbarmid men on a "stand-to" bass f rre
yt b o t h o f w h o m. Tre reswor etr i b
i crease of eigh t per fithe have he 10 days of riots nd birthday party at of commerce thro th na The complex marital tow ngle Air Force Base. The R 's insolent raid net- s er n

Thet pr isamount of the at no demonstrations 40 An Pusan saw the lamericanst dem- near ral castle. w s a well deserve ho or. The bcame even more muddled as by to ak car e Th oer ant fo n Irtand on a f
nut w $1e500. It also onstrateon of the ma. ty stagd old ship had been ed or morst Una's rent, both of whom are "She' a dne a terbe jbcotn10 h the eBi rtieshp and n runs oh and r as.
ered atd th hour announcement at A Aug. 1 (UP) n service f a t street. "Th my boy sh men d o
iln tlo and Dec. were no In ries reported hin te with ab~- s Cake and five t ranspo amen, equipment, Mrs. Walter terguson and hsep- u drr adr .lo dt me ims o he Ine l lree r aont ier m lr m
Th s varying ac demof Korea" utions candmatum to the s an resents na nee for e Ca husband, Unas mothaner and d e r moid e ari bf or tc oee t ekswa me w dstataioa adnnn


Sd t l e on Communistn members of the wn lt4 suficint or o Of three dm liners which are thing. he oe ah Clif. where hte and 10 other ted 67 Bren and ten guns and for Ireland-bound
a .ru y'. s- s per1en rna nan- boen hnred, oban |an wh.headse e r mfde aa Mo boud h her shoue d al .e n American airmen landed en rifles and 60,000 rounds of am-
arnuit0 ihorp than a President nynoo lan Rhee in trial trip through tCanal, saw Schmidt walking long the route to their respective homes. munition when a band of corn- I.R.A. members were
eionr o increase may e x- 11th hour announcement Satur- BUENOS ARESh Aug. 15 (UP) cobtmlud in service alsuat strha t. lThis o my boyil she Schmidt was a d of the mandoes descended o. the Brit- jubilant. Deny Ryan,
mee month or $360 a year. day night poatnoned his "get out -The Argentine Supreme Cou. w years after the waterway was said turning to the crowd. "He superfort cret o wn he saiarychat h rbri ied newt reruiting ar t
ln Kr anhd captive Reading and tied up 20 sentrirs utio aryC
feie in O heks eeved on No- Neutral N nations Suervisory them to be drafted for mil tary today seinn hiemn risoments Una Three suspected raiders asnd today: "We w
tainem.- kat Commis ion. He has called them service. As the aoal eelebrates its. Una's father and stepmother During his imprisnmee nt, Ua Three suleed ram nation a t rcodlor f i
fectve Oct.1e, tw bon-r e ouChom ut me r o f. the t t woon ha the Ro.eds. int rieng oclra
mbdr the signing pf the0bil 1 "i-es." This ultimatum' touch- 41st birth, #rafflc Is at am all- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howell of the belief Schmidt was dead. were captured a few hours aler, flroftheIrish
w I re by Fred de V. ed. off the rioting and demon- The Supreme Court's ruling re- time pear. and In the past Bruneau, Idaho, accompanied ed Cross records show she but the rest gotaway. One o over the citr hal
sf rf of Chapter 24 stratinh. versed the decision of lover fisal year new records were Una as she went back Into hid- Rewas noted Schmidt was alive the slim clues w a black Humb- Ryan, a 32-ear aS
SAN E Several hundred Koreans courts in .the case of the twins et the amount of emer- Ing with 2V-year-old Danny, when she s she married Fine r nipe sedan withdifferent from Belfast, the crow
Nmassed- before the gate -of the Alberto and Oscar Vicente that ci shipping and cargo which Scmidta son, whom the airman a Septembern a on front and tar. at t ot
Seoul home of U.. Ambassador both were liable to conscription, moved thrgd the Capal saw for the first time Saturday. T c re ed to a driver stopped a truckdriver tie willbe g ter"
William 8. B. Lacy today. They Alberto. due to be called soon, And, in July the last month Harold Berliner Jr., Una's at- exactly where they weremarrie near the scene of he raidat Other IA akers o
rattled the ate but dispersed was upheld by the high court n before thebrdaa w re- orney, said she ha s "gone to ly where erie and rd
when U.S. military police arrtv- his contention that Oscar's serv- ord was set in the n e To a "saelng on it was somewheree urday andaskedfordirectioni yan edge e vethe
yermor nn 1trsid nthur nn ocetn eeaturn- Kan AIr A, l S UProe therofesmake a new deo t 'andowinn Mexico." when aIh accents. Ish from Ireland.
ed in jeeps. Iee with the air force school was ocean-going commercial O9ansiti make herself unavailable for
At Kagnung 500 demonstra- enough for both.onemonth comment for the definite u-
tore. a. ur ..rc +he I. oo o, I

e Au o ( LoPAa I 907 AsL ks t 'Bum p ing' R igha t tS Pretty Arric rn aWittingly An
Asks 'Bumping d Schmidt said he anned to
rhthe et d 907iWs "tdt. tn AJruf 8 f thargiyI
for te time today that Sov, S iUnin Ure Feat Of Crossing Soviet Berlin San
da.6 ni .radiation.CAFor USAF s Panamanian Em ploys
thre T e human rae W t rS BERLIN, Aug. 15 (UP)-A ret. State of Bavaria ad West Ber. the to
may be e than gena0?1 A request for a waiver which for reassignment, Castilo stated, es in *9 excepted sry of re- ty American college girl told to a t. Baat- ally w iw is
luptisad- would permit Pma an appeared to be based on i m stand at the same day how he unwittingly acco They said that la the past Amer "M i
D lam L. Russein wor for the Air Force to Service R ons ( 3 tim e, rd to ca- pshed virtuallyy ble" Icns who entered the Soviet one e
epal et t have rights smilarwhichrovides reassignment reercoditonal ep the feat by crossing the Soviet zone without Rusia approval o A- me mp
Tenn., ais moet of la nt to those which Navy and Arm "oly the same co tive exceptei sie. .. MOSCOW. Aug. 15 (UP) -'The of Germany wit eut a Russian vi- merican sponsorasp were eitherjfood into .e a
boratory tests with fruit INc% been forwarded to the Civil whereas section bt the same that ,lI la.V akec. ern powers yesterday to follow train. They speculated whether it was wa as if I wre going
But he said tests with mice Service Commission in Washing- regulatiem provides rhe reas- 4 Vhi a Mr ere its lead and 'institute drastic the cold war t1aw or merely in- "They brought me ate a
snowed hereditary changes at a ton by Local 907 of the Govern- gnment of employes in Tenure aial0-1) Is Wit atory cut sin their armed forces Lovelia Fried, 20-year-old Benn- nocence combined with femine i where there were iJ
rate. 15 ItSnte higher .tha in ment Civil Employes' Organiing oup I and II'to ptt In against l. temure tp1 ca- Armed strength reduction by ington College senior from Mt. appeal that had moved the usually German polls ad
rui flies. Committee of the CIO. "o r competitive lev" occu- reer emplye" CaslMf said. the Wester powers, the Soviet Kisco. N.Y. risked Communist ar- ster Red border guards. soldiers ta
He was based by British e- President of the local. Jose de pied by employer of logete In hi letter acted that government newspaper Izvestia rest when she set out by ral Miss Fried has no de what she an to quesa
searcher, T. -. Carter of a' l Rosa Castillo pointed out it ti standing for the competitive many incumbents e permaent said In an editorial would from West Germany to Berlin, had aompshed unti she arriv- terpreter
Medical Reardc Co1nil611 of the letter that the proviatobs of service. I osltons in Ture N op I and "strengthen the atmosphere of with only an American passport. d here Saturday and told ar to- The Germa
Earwel Carter eaFed o a ten- seduction-in-fore regulations Castillo went on to that a II had varied Air Torme experi- confidence... and have a favor- She didn't know that tourists ry. She said she boarded a train g t
year inteDnatoai fst dy pro now applicable Panmanian asieble Re would ur-enceatyand/ able effect on the solution of he like herself had to travel by air friday a the West German city page as
gram to learn tha. eflcts of tr employee In the rent ul .p- > .rooted disarmament problem." to Berlin. For train travel they of Munich and set out for Berlin to make t
atomic age on apid. of the Caribbean A aaralon of el-qualaeaploy- so P ,bi but The Soviets announced Friday must have Soviet visas, extremely just as though she were travelag ly after h h l
The hetcan- d ato are "not somduzel'" es eath may years of Air force 'e tr of service they were reducing their arm- difficult to get. American muits- from New York to Beston. train tw e
onferene c fl re se because t restri- hey oald be lived of their forces y 640,000 men by Dec. ry and government rnel "I had so dea I need a visa." gve me a
cintet 4Mlin- 1. ntOs t the W ov aiti Vry- tglon illty t.educ- 1 Aldoscow Radio commentator ae the trip by U. A r my she explated. "I did have e travel
Into It em with r4s lee. mtMoG on ai the decision had been taken train. lte inkling Iw have ao ul"ThI a vera
of hg papers. ut Casit e as is Wh Z mwl "with a view to promoting a But Miss Fried ot through the dcty nt shortly after we whene f Comm
e tt e u- the ftat Air rorce xperee ibe Base3 on them reasm. Casti- relaxation of international ten- Iron Curtain and blazed a trail passed the East-West German bor- carried my
BWa eayabet 40-1. i a .10dlo a vr so that and establhng confidence ile doing it. The Communists der. t
thdr aree Manial ems iana .te in the amar natslomi." net a precedent by giving the pe- "At Probstzell, the trainst good time
RIeI Q* Ianger oan ment m R t* emplom Inthe The ps I and anetia said Western efe te American girl a via ath pedat an ast Germa Mss crhee
tfn seBrnima Isghe^ grice I a Xre II xto nassiga- would "hela the question of "*Ge au Democratic Repb"- puei t and Coannst poeeM rope el
chWangd e e d nJees. se wi the a2r e the ma tme he limit of armed forces Me of its kind ever issued o g the tra d began to a.e had
mom uis -p.fAor -. 500edmon erb-aenoush for oth. n one oneri s-scome
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Sin Gevath there Sovietized Chin esep wist

H E M AILin Geneva, th eir cies in Peiping
have intensified, not eased, t he 0 ]*a lt fv
M Communist campaign to stir bun- -a- C adm't hau the. aum -."
oerInto violence against the U.S. am- sawck ass a

Calcutta and hingapore. Commun aml en .@rugh.
1, < h Bx Jn t~e ope-in tomo, .d~is r s Th Panaomp A-ie>t and our few frendsin the Orient. &B dIobbUlISSJ ti fto,'s
'pea cMsbibufte u le1 do't t be lhp tllnt if de*n'tu f Ipt S a! se: tu e most skillful prep
Letters published in the eder r ived. anda, espionage and sabotage T rediaoul t
tr to keep the letters mited to sine pels leagt, techques to seize control of un- a s n Johnst
a ent t letter writers is hld it s~k t 0es cnimdmce. ts, rots, relg oftous a. C d Tm-

,pnevt frt turn reious aw. o- im and Tom
8 epus eu~ma nous e iIl far St u em eb J tues against each other, burn m "e"


o write an ous letters to onses nd factories, and t .C"Vheo n Staf, f ual 1f 0p
So- blame t all on U.S."interference." twor Lt
COCObSOLITO SM-um %.)tbyarmu e'2 .I sou
Sthe.veryday the U.S.first met IT y lo t r Ii
wi' w wreth the Communist Chinese in .* i
Ir: Geneva in an e~ort to outlaw vW. 41" '. Esenho weed d t 'N,
We are the martyrs from Coco Sollto loene,.C ommunist Chinese GeD' n. .: bArhal 1th

but rather than do omethiln we would rather benyellin.e = em- Pople's Armywo'll diamT.
iame might be Rational but my character Is collegiate aharK rip t oa were "1 .. "iL t G\ t
from my letters you can see that I'm inebriate, chrg tteainree rommL (Chinese eto
3y ads are lett loose all day and all night t r (.and)C thireat- t 6tthe.high deettin ad A
and It someone don't lie it I'm ready to fight. thesecurit oChina." et '' des e to achieve l b eq
Ple studied about Egypt, about Rome, and Port lSid, a u raadoh Ast ofetl s ,er vaen
their peoples I like because they are dead pact even here in Sam, whose -You'feeitm r Positon. It ise6 toe 0lCtht in. a
neighbors are alive, I sadly regret mibitrythetherwHousee H t he .t .omput wit
with them I don't get along, on that you may betU. 'iliti o s e a i .t ee a antS

yourish, you can Isee fa .iryl r ae-- s ndrl .,, .
s atudiedsychology In collg e oe oge oeyear uAe teS And templ deamor .e be dSa n the e e me.
btand n.a Iy h ead with toughts.not so clear. b ,tuan statues to the sacred an- Sn itorsa hre-
4mew fereed of iacent legands--and the _not he paid at the
wen exetI con verse withstand bugs, and on ponies a e oi f can d T hey knked out the rest ci the der
Ie ol find that they're all looney, all but J pustme. The s teig- onn tagh te niS the hncmybefve
Aerned I am, that you may be sure where Am&.tau'.c"._d-J, of two"_.hevNonand Sonata, Sonm
but what I am learned on is all quite a blur the King of Siam. .tn Bolm,, s, d Senate, .. .. 'd-cenile. t nm
"nan expert on people, and bugs, and on ponies I o an eag back persn conact that te are
34evef Would you suspect that I'm one of the phoBut hot's as far as youcan see. _.. hi u ,. T .noc.ed.out.. establishing, both inn
M rent o lowthat I sometimes wonder de. i a dictatorship over a e and Monsanto Che l ut vited all del gtes simultaneously
,,,* y r e n t te ro l o w t I S o m e ti m e s w d e o n n mtm a n-l e ft In p a y m e n s pt o S w, onto
h ow the government could make such a blunder. gentle and a young those who suffered from tih explo- and eah dat
n other place I'd pay twice the jack who wites. musical y ..-theIV *sl. ion .an.d had not receive insur.-..... --- -it -e

Io college Ile been, let all peons know lowet between the head nof N EK LT o -, sant basis rather tan on one of
Stilonal Rational, Rahb Rah Rah n n .d l Bo tro m e, m he.e port.
Sve been to college, Bis Boom Bahl tion to tIhe labor movement here ret the .de of prateal aco
-and the Army rules the other. 4 Straddled mprsnment, ey seem to to be
S-Bhyme and Coke. Both factions make strong stat- u s traddled more intent on est a r.
I a ments against'the Commies. They B LEEtI M STn NO Tha lnMi bowr amin oin of the status qu n Eu :
aree n literally branding any _t a thaon otheq do any re am
ommis hey Nod on t rist0litratonratitselfa ) o sides in Pthn t d any rel ae
S TAMP COLLECTOR am they fid on the writ Texas. cyis"ar toe to status, ath
,STAMP COLLCTO Those Gentle Agrarians: ed Around the World t Cn- es lth-Fox to live his fame S tora
ml hhdi ta ou or eal Va- Chinese h br ahre s aoun- dthieaW P rddsa be .t Coe Inoi-red Iand Frltoms Wiv Aeorn trds i es theU t pay Senas to tl a ni e- to at l east the rs t1
i- When I wau in hospital I started to collect stamps, and I here. ChineeCommmne.t in evsey Amrsic"ansadotner m ra taoedLait: _r nd potuistainss, Aler wibeamia.ntayment"to. e nedfor


erf perhaps so m uch knowledge of the people like and htorelp a young dhe Commmunist are citizens of the People's Re- r and playwright Peter Ustino Hills, Calif: Dear Lee: tty Cloo. and wasbuked by e e ieth ao sacnd thweake n a
rion fellwitnhs hobby, by sending me some stamof her. This Chinese Commustma
meouchplasrehepnmany Itsundegroundoper- e..,whether born there ornot Rera hdlesbdthe HusCtylatneythot e
are cirtizn of the: lupl Rel e and playrigh PHls alif.. Door Lee: ert a0-e"bt sm S
Scountrieslats o k itse th e outbreak f- iand subject to its laws ex- could have been on business at ny and P. Campotold Cut Court Appeals on which o w
-leo Be l between the1 oicef ad the tra-territorially. As a result there's that. O. ona O'Neill Cha in ask- codesgues they'll merge toda y h wi nw serve. e hur we
...mhk w de ftan h rutr, who d e han .therobnlw s shofang to the west. p Ths,
1110 College Avenue. a betwen tha wave of fear in every China- ed for repatriation inthrop ... Audry ComUt, wis delighted ow wa shown to have t cour
Bronx 56, N. Y..armiy. to Oldlt dtsZ was shown to- have
S'Bronx N.M Y., rh the. Cmnlas will bacck town. Older residents are black- Rockefeller furthering his Pan- "What's My Loe?" viewer (work- changed the bills of lading on the mneer at. of ncourIn
S______SA.T'nwc_______h__aes wilba mailed by threats of reprisals ol American ag pella mam- ed in t Molwbeewe kloy), t ship|sh after the exo- hz-etter of encouraing
.et harr ituveeisthe old country"b alt.n.t ""i
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the m n t erground ggio to for a moth NoThe Las Vega hotel to end l o- l Neb. )
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t Iff"t athe blclMi2S lvear fs tdrawr ahutsoisis This mbs sam rrd da ch wil s to er o a te iln sh a a sa BIhed h.a t e b h
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A eakt Lahsaq t1 74I Y57
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Lincoln. 7 .n g k..b .na._0 Iatax.
. The Sovihet "'a.dgo". a utih.. irbketsaus. to, IaNOW_
cial re.t to be t to A' e or i vestock uM ld a rt. Q
Great: IDtr "J b ofs a :naaZ4Sd Ua acon 1% rsp iWwas.
wooded MOakRUidwgceine- n 'to .710 13 .0ak i, Ie s i*
terry he. .r his,.wnea .' ____wiw_ 9 _
They a t ly "1 eo. .O-Sr" $ t WsT r p't
dori of Iwa in- '.Mtakey eh tol girl e ,ho 4 7-541E -2 re .e awrlal 6t2 -.. .
treeSrr11*a I- the liaslt rhbe Iq hope you y ea I ndla a greeting With a sar-clad a i n 1 d
ft An, thefirstoet0r 'ea Airport. The eexchanig took place
fromthis humble birth at Hodgen- They also took a two at 4Iehru' t visit to Egypto i4AE3 784
ville Ky., to the Presidency of saddle h rses belonging to Strat- ase" "AsI 4O74 p
the United States. ton's teen-age daughter, Sandra. I
They paused before, aw e plaque in a to pedh showed partincularin *"t e in f pif It Qu a
hey d before plaqu e re in t in the Brahman cattle, and E p JaA i .
scribed with the words of L appeared Interested when he was. M w. 15 p(U pPn c i *AQ 10
eIe an ersan Crosed with UJG
They deal ed an tarpreter's thor. a imln Jersey breeds and -- In t C ret ry Douglas c N outti d
ler to reas the wt told that suh cattle. do not lose Kayion today tha'present rEmrl- _o r th ik as
They were veryfamiliar, they oi lheat, as purebred sob s t ween thie governientet 6' W"e Ner ea
--la d b icl dde pt o e sidf o dam.Chlt becas e n Preven nis t HatosyamannT.PaT. Pas
said, with thew of the a4-rdo and the m can dian s
asloi toth e p M asked if coldcoutaeh atf do e nd c. 'F.. Opening leSd-f Q 4
ion that 'Ient t e~ b l~-l i- a .a on the leading t- .
pleaby th u g, for th pe a d ers in e aU- aleae nmo- KARUIZAWA, Jap is credit to the United Statep for .
Sha not w ea a ae i'n *aticag' foi(aU said aet 66 n (UP) Prime Ministe Japan's fast recovery from the
The Rie he 3R,.to .via- director iman J. Stamrd readhowIent. a nud by '*m ti oaana declared today~ pt' scars of war. Thoid as pn rtkciple e c good do
lt ton.. the pr.- ize yareedW Ufntish the informa- a m.,e e n-.a -Unifed states would a 64 u "Amerca's gmenrous food aid' endse isto.,eep yui. eye on toe
it the tom athe.prie re relationship ad towardth day trusty ally only a stable .a. played a great role n the recov- setting trck k ,ast banked m to-
farm e i at aise st We -- full independ e for al. Our citi- pn.ery of postwar Japan," the pre- day as an, .ann aecars aoU te
fair as th ioaN's biggest Matskevletl and Nikolai Gureev tens of, Indian descent.. The 72-year-old "premier warned mier said. 'It was because the contract.
agricultur fair. asked to see some wool producing The ndlan, he said, must 1 V9that America would .not consider (Jppaese) people did not starve
The flvq Russians who fle Wsheep and .topped before a hand- "the kind of self-reliance a pan as a worthy and trusted al- that they were able to prevent West opened the queen of hearts,
from ChlC~o to visit the s t ate some-ho ned ambouillet yearl- dependent action that hae W la the free world community if .Ctmuninm or ascism. *and ,ou won at onca wan he
fair at th Invitation of Gov. Wil- Ing ram;.which carried a harvest thIls country to its prenst saw no prospects of Jmuiproti- Te Japanese leader also touch- ace. East algnalea enualasucagy
liam G. rat.on, spent th re eof 35 pounds of wool. among the nations of the wd*ld. meant in the Japanese political pic- ed on these points: with te seven of hearts, and bota
hours wandering throu g h the After visiting Lincoln's tom b, McKay had praise for commis- ture. 1-Diplomatic and trade rel a- delenners knew that they were
miles of exhibits of liveqtock and the Russians boarded the privatesioner of Indian Affairs Glenn n .Em-. tioqa with. southeast Asian coun-ready to cash heart tricks as soon
produce plane of William Wood P rine e, mons. The Eisenhower admmis- The Japanese leader, who h s tris joust be improved if Japa- as tney couwa get the lead.
Vladimir Matskevich, de put Y president of the hicago at o k tration, he said has done much to been vacation since early this neeeconomy Is to stand on Its
minister of Soviet Agriculture,. yards, for the return trip to Chi- help the Indian. month at his a in this famous own feet The defenders had it,
beamed ba throughout, bhe cago.-evi members. of the par- "The Navajo -school enrollment mountain resort 75 miles north- l however. After kin the ace ofit,
tour and was a ibeasre" ty had remained in Chicag for has been increased about 6 per wet o Toy talked to newsm 2- A Japanese atoms-for-peace h hearts, South ran th e siax daceos
to view some of' the 30,000 exhi a day of relaxation l and aho pPIcent. .and by Christmas time on the eve o the tenth auiver- program must be started as soon giving East anm Westthe problem ,
bits on the 36-acres fairgrounds. ping. school facilities will be available sary of J a an's surrender Ina possible hodin n v
-__keiblaerohe_ for every youngster in the Nava- World War Two. 3-Foreign Minister Mamoru East discarded vertlhnbg.
madn Sovieta elegation touring the Jotrb, "hoe-s a ndr Hesai panclt exrct-ema swill sumit-tocAmtrg aoie
Impressed by the Bra-unmn cat- tions are bhing made for -aI this country unless politics in Ja- trip to Washington a long range the deuce of clubs as so as
t Clydqmtdrale Belrian and dupat on program," he ed Hespecifclthis emergence ly meatioed the plan tot Japanese defense duild- could. East signalled with the nine
the Clydesdale, Blgiaan nd Per- duation ro am, he p ded. spen e lyatmen andi hs discussions with them of spades and th th thr
cheron breeds, andt Duroc' "Funds vr een prided by UnorStatesand Soviet ussia. w center on Japan's ability to spades n e ee of
swine breed. Congress for carrying it f o nr- tio toae o rl'Jansb e et Ipuh through such rearmament '
Matkeich, accompanied by w McKay scofrd. fed at reports that United States, the other side can 4-Japan's "Self-defense forces" B the time that Dummy had
Stratton pad fair officials, posed thecKay interior Department Ir, tand- not place confidence in us.If Ja.- a re absolutely necessary. He finished with the diamonds, East
fn r a photograph with a 2 8 0 0- he Ing behind movespa tomliquidate all pansee political conditions are un- would therefore like to hold a gen- was reduced to fo1igr hearts and two
ound bull, passed outs blue rib Indian m bal lnds and to.. abolish stable and the government aha. eral elections am which revision of spades. West kept the ace of clubs,
oon to a 13-year-old boy for his t n- Baur anu. ky," Hatoyma said. Japan's "no war" constitution three eartsm, and two spa ades.
cn .solo n d di "dwor h "want to emphasize s -strong Hatoyams who was rt a would be at stake. He believed his S ie nobody had discarded a
consolation lor a young girl who W ISltethan w-1 t thw e Iv as I can that proposals 6fthianIn ultra-p.antoallst by.en.Doug-Democrats 'would win In such a heart Southkhew that he was in
plaedlast in th compete on. ok olonerPl andpl is ae not being suppo ed or las MacArthur in 1946, gave full test. troupe. Ne vertheless, he led alub
The Russian visitor were in work Ismno longff __ty-pfrom the dummyno after finishing,
fine humor. Straton expressed ihttIng to be work. *a endorsed by the depart i of the, with the lon t r o i
____e he__._ _rsaid.__e_ _,- _.-wi v """ fth the long string of diamonds.
the hope that the party didn't .It was at this omEat that East
"mindWalking a littl__bitInthe OF___ __ __ __---- blinked. He had been saving two
hot sun." Marskevich replied. that IW t VERP PlE OF DISTNCTION MEET spades so carefully that he forgot
lhe didn't mind walking but el- IE why he was saving them. When
lined that he would, like a hat, I dummyleda club, East thought-

rs the next big attraction at thetCrentrpl ThIqteis d
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LET'S TALK THIS KIND OF
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THIS WEEK'S LUCKY WINNERS
IN OUR FREE RAFFLE


CARLOS VARELA
BERTA de ALEMAN
J. LASSO DE LA VEGA.
C. DRISCOLL
OLGA HERAZO


* EDGAR GALTVEZ
* MELTON COPELAND
* A. ALMANZU
* P. ZARTMAN
* Mrs. BONET


ALL SLIPS ENDING IN? WINI
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tricks, but this would nopt def
the contract. He led a spade, he
ing South would finesse, but d
clarer went up with the ace
spades and took a few club tric
to make the contract comfortable
East should have discarded
spade when dummy finally led
club. This would make it possilt
for the defenders to take one cli
and four hearts, defeating th
contract.


Unlversal-Internatlonpl's "THE, ERIiK," opens next
Wednesday at the CENTRAL Theatre, brings to the screen
a story based on the cilstinguisbod Broadway play of the
same title, winner of the Pulitzer Prize as the best Amer-
ican stage production of 1952. ,
"THE SHRIKE" was produced by Aaron Rosenberg and
directed by Joads errer. who also co-stars with June Ally-
son.
Ferrer's long run in the play, which gave hhn an op-
portunity to become int'mratel acquainted with each of the
various characters involved, proved invaluable. In the final
ouis preparation Advt.


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trigue are thrllinvry brought to the saewn in QOunm
tures' swashbuckling new action spectacle, "PIRA
TRIPOLI," sLarriig Paul Henreld and Patricia Medi
film at the LUX Tneatre today In shows of 1:00, 2:
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beautiful princess, and their combined efforts to
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IJ eiese ., .ood-Fighters Holding

D l s In Attempt To Control Damages

By JOSEPH GRANT Rationed ri disappern and
the "open' mari price zooms.
CYO -(UP)-. Fifteen thou. 'e United -ate ha been
a.n*. Japanese flood-fighters are coming to the aid of flood atricken
boldipg mass drills this month in areas every year with food, media.
an attempt to cut down this coun- eine, manpower, clothing aild on.
try's annual $800,000,000 (July) structon equipmentL But Amenril
flood damage figure. can authorities here are beginning
Civilians and members of the to feel Jopan. should do more to
S J apanese army are checking prevent floods instead of going
e. n1 r g en c y communications, I through a yearly emergency aft-
transportation and facilities for er they happen.
aiding po as ib le flood victims Various opposition Japanese poe-
k throughout southwestern Japan. litical parties, notably the Com-
They are making on-the-spot munists, blame the government for
surveys of the areas expected to, not taking adequate flood-controil
be hit-the very same year-and,'measures and for campaigning
for about the first time in Japan's while making publicized donations
flood.rldden history, organized ad- to the sufferers.
vance steps to prevent national' Red China last year donated
disaster are planned. several thousand dollars to the
The threat of floods this year Is flood victims in Kyushu to the
the same as in 1953 and 1954 when accompaniment of tremendous
overflowing rivers wrought havoc amounts of propaganda over the
in southwestern JapAn. The repair| official Pelping radio, blaming the
of broken bridges..dikes and lev. Tokyo administration, the Ameri-
ees in the area has not kept up can Army and Washington's for-
with seasonal damage. eign policy for the situation.
With heavy rains and a rough: The Red propaganda tied in the
monsoon season already striking problem of b)g American military
at river sources, efforts are being bases in Japan-always a touchy
made to bolster the levees. But'issue in this land-short country-
enry 25 per cent of the anti-flood; with the lack of food supplies after
Smasures have been completed un, the flood.
doe this year's $100,000.000 flood- And the flood sufferers them-
figsting budget an insufficient selves, while dressed in U. S -
ati -gap allocation supplied clothing and eating U. S.
The rainfall in southern Japan Army-donated food. listened to the I
averages five feet annually i Communist line because they were,
Every year loss of life aiom'cold. wet and still hungry after!
drowring, landslides and enuing missing their usual heavy rice
sickrcss ranges from 250 to 1,000. '..eal.
And damage to farms and irmes, .'he Japanee.government's an-d
g uin close to one billion dionars.1swer is that it is doing all it can
-,TuV long-range effects mean do with the funds available.
more than the visible damage Ja- And traditional Oriental fatal-
pan' delicate balance of foodsiJm about natural disasters adds
gets brown off and scanty sup- to a general lethargy to take steps
I] 5lles-from the drier areas Lve to to minimize them. The feeling is
e diverted to aid the flood suf- usually summed up in the words:
p es. '".it can't be helped."


Mystery Shrouds Shrine In Tokyo


Worshipped Daily' By Thousands

I "TOKYO -UP)- Thousands of tree and asking her to alight on
Tokyo residents worship daily at it. This she did. The priest wrap-
a downtown shrine dedicated to ped her in the robes and decreed
in object which has never been!that from that moment on she
geen and which might not even would never again be seen by hu4i
Txisti man eyes.
For centuries Tokyo residents' Some people believe that th-
ibave flocked to the Kannon Tem-l only reason te priests will now
I ple in Tokyo's Asa entertain- exhibit th Object as because thr
-Uneat district to offer lHoage "to is nothing ti -all to be seen ant
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5 fisb plant
9 Channel 2 Assert
12 Islands (Fr ) 3 Retainer
13 Eucharistic 4 Worm
wine vessel 5 Pasteboard
14 Persia 5 Among
15 Drinks made 7 Narrow fillet
with malt 8 Relating to
1Tear life
17 Shield bearing (comb form)
IN Fiber knot 9 Parvenu
1 Snakl 10 Seasoned.
21 Follower as food
22 Emissary II Dirks
24 Roof edges iOCertified
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0 Muse of 20 Abrogated
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27 Poems
28 Hardens
33 Diplomatic
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34 Tenant
36 Marine fish
37 European
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jtmple and the goddess flew walked it and told him It was a
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come down, the faithful say. But Sh a p i r o was right. He
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persuaded the goddess to descend "-.' ,-.p' One barit tired a blank
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rcjai ll'I-' FOR SALI: -- GmeraImlElotBO Xa 2U1l, ANCuN ',... Z 4,, F E ,.wca.t...... ., -
washing mchne, 60-c ycle. OXJ21CRISTOL.C. OR SA..-1952 Chevrlet 4. FOR RENT-N cholet, i
on .- -,l-- Pot.gtypem ea."l' t ...... DR. WENDIHAKI Medical Clinic paIint escllent coediMto, room, bthroe,, garage. "CeO l w. e, .
MI Zone DOtal tie.. Amodor 2389. Day-Niglt servic, "J" Street5 eed buy for only $950. SMOOT del Mar. corner of 7i. Aea Pano anama 9.41.
Dr. C. B. Fbrep D.D FOR SALE: 12cm. ft. Sorvel Telephone 2-3479 A iHUNNICUTT, S.A., Colo and PaSl Cisne.are $1U A LL A MU R A APARTMltf. i
Dr CA &. Ba y DJS electric refrigerator tice mak- L o0, S monthly y. LPm- 000 Mdnc -fu i e id
Genr 'a t :ssapcoisrings; loveup.4, el ad flukln"dWell- I-R Nnan air'OENT cen .ns..l le,
t4Ih of Jol I Ave. N125 porcelain top kitchen table; 10- 11. -....for fishand hutFO RE ToiuerOfea1 Sea
IuclepseSolegatruc e r end telp r n.iseo"=".'8"""c;s l ONs fo ir and wheeW. no RooI. im U, cab.*,
,....... lnds, mildose. hos Iof eNe.," PEOPLE OF PANAMA by John Ike a k. Only $80 ."Ro0. i''h. isim, oo..--"..mo.
Phone Panama 3-0740 or cll end Mavid Bieen, prie $5.50, barnii SMOOT UNNI. FOR RENT:-.IFalshed see JORENT: t In ll
a MNo. 34, 46th Street East oft. will arrive shortly. Reserve your .CUTFi ., Phone Colon 800. $2nd oreit No. 2. e ,wmm .sp d fully fell ed *-. -
RETIUREMENTLIFE r ; p... :ncopy ew., AGENCIAS STEER., -H JlCin 0. tatl E M. For lifwh- a vr. va: alpa'whes o -leec
EDUCATION INSURANCE FOR SALE: -- Upig. ,p., 1A., Phone Paneama 2-1219. FOR.SALE:-Special Buy..1947 o, Tie 2.28"5 Pc.. 4 c SAL .235ae
modern l king. excellent on- R SALE:-1951 Kw ICK uer onveblo FOR RENT -2 r toNea- r .. "
JIM RIDGE i.C*. 5225; ge. a IItr heatr noa. w/adl e evrdrivo $400 $249. Excellent transportation. ie.d couple withert chiS. WASNlTiD NeI l
I,. .. $35.-Cn .o5722 Prme. r best offer; 19-ft. cabin cruis- Soe this bergoin.at SMOOT & Juan B. S Street No, ll-A- I -
thea Psasmi 2.0M FOR SALE:-W isti. ,euse- .Urwithout wmatr $40. uCall-sCo- RHUNNICUTT,-'S.A.,P e Apartn-p ts I Stot 1 5A
+ --*frierater,. 9-cu. ft.. exllent 2944. 523-J. Guvio.n eadm. lon 300. -FOR RENT-Comfortelo e ur a,,,'.7I
condition 5100. Phone ft. Gu" FOR SALE:-l baby bethinette, FOR SALE: Brgain 1950 kitchen, bethrem, IIght, tale- AMiitICAN BUIIMIS$MAN-i do-5. I
lick 8-38535. 2 strollers. 1 scale cbholer. Buick Supe Coupe in excellent phone. hot water, to buchelo or srim furnished Pr unfiiimhied. FBNT ORALe .
FOR SALE: Stepladder $5; 2141-A, Curundu. condition. tires good, radio, nw married couple without children. eapmoent in sod tocotien. ell FOR MBlT NO W EA'LE +r;1
'-' "'| '. ^ ".^ ..... i.yT oh--- 36211. Ela 29t..2NM. Pan ama P 1-1159 o r -1I- ad h'ell I '-A IS& C al 'l
garden tools. minIselleneou smell meat covers, only $700. SMOOT Phone -621. East 29th Ne. .Mond y, Paname "-1159 ar 3 a e n la. C.
Sru f $5; 4 oek dinin chirs $9; HUNNICUTT, S.A., Colem 10. 3 023... fe .
child's beekcase 52. 0; 2 floor WANTED .....

+2-2335; 1520-B Akee Street. WANTED:- Vacation quarters gewd Sonly a@owne excellent t-
Balboa. around 25 Sept. Responsible buy for anly $495. SMOOT 0 -"k-.
L.working:'couple.p Nochildren. HNNU SA. Colon 800
FOR SALE:-Due to trip, bar- References furnihed. Cl Sal- FOR SALE-'-19 Singer Read-
in: English o nsole, Mat $300. .ll WANTED:- Cook4. u erased new to p f th iIre
Icheli radio, ad 5 months. cost ,and battery $795. 83-7267 oft-._
$600. will sell $300; Wosting- "at "4:10apam.
$230, sell $100 ,pholtered FOR SALE.--51 Chrysler Now
living room sot, cost. $300. sell WANTED-- Ceok, go eN r a I Yorker sedan. For further infor-
S120. First Street. Francisco Fi- work. Must have goad efer- motion phone Panam 3-3405
wit. les, house # 9. Vista Hermon. once. Phone 3-0912. between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
I eern heppYO" "FOR SALE:-- Leaving Panama.
SBrand now 1955 Ford Station
ROPRACiORS y Wag. with extr Sturdy Dodge
IIi.r *r d loute ,* I ... I FOR SALK:-1949 Hudsn six- I
Sharrison jr. 1375. Corner 3th Streethd
+ I| "IChile Av.. back of U.S. Em- Il
SWN PORTES BAXT. S A. as
Shipp.e.Mover FOR SALE: 1941 Packard
l.'F 2-2451 2.2562 JUAN FRANCO'S long-suffering would have collected on the heavi- convertlble. good top, upholate-
Sn.Learn Rid. at patrons demanded jockey Jo a e ly bet quinlela Coablination of Oki- ry, tim, point $150. Best offer
AMA RIDI CHOOL (Pacol Bravo' scalp yesterday. lmnd-Sixaola. Iepted, Peroais IO1-H. Phone
.*.AMAr *ilU.,M,' And the nearly got it. But evidently Bravo had other 4-639.
Ig""- .-oti This U ppy situation c a e* ideas bbout what should have been SAL
lout, .the r of t.".n :FOAa d- Eer-
JW i+, ink- FOR SALE
and a lid finish. rhue..tre
What got the cterae vi.as race 0 a n b the' Ftime
rt.s: B.r was qul Ane yhea s FOR SAL tE: Mtrcycle AJS n .w
In what was described by ma- yards and fototish pictures for 500c. '. single.. e .lldt condi-
n "y as one of the most brazen dem- second place were developed, the ties, now tIne 1 battery 5 25..
onstratiops of "pulling" ever wit. bettors ad worked themselves in- Phvn* 2-299 Belboa. 53-C
jj passed at Juan Fran.ie Bravo to a frenzy. -i7 e.. Diablel
a 12in IenUI'eased up Okland all the way down I
.the homestretch and he crossed When Bravo finally left the LOST & FOUND .INUCT ,. the 33d I ifant ry'regimental Honor Gusrldor teoa recent- carmony at FbrI
2. ..group study course wte wIre Osida longshot Flego,iatewards' pagoda for his walk to Amador in onor of Maj. n. B. F. Sink, are Lt. Will B le t le ad
Sen re t ging on tereins t d thejockeys' or- m the angry fans LOST: -- lak pcetbok ,S 8tephen B. Headley, drill mater, on fr left. Dressing right areleft to.right, guards Cpl. O.
will be offered-barder thun at any time duringwer waiting for him. The club- Atlas. Returip veM w"ble pprs. Fox, Col. R. Hamilton and Pvt. J.Odoherty.
plnwp program of conversa- lthe race. house folk limited their acilvitiues Rewird. 0CIi 1l e 2-1081. .
1 A ti22^, and -the second --- to booing and hurling uncompli .. .
i =ecla, w be THE SIX.HORSE field had got- mentary epithets at tie by.now *
glla e C w, ,-- ten olf to a good start and as is ruffled Mr. Bravo as he passed NEW YORK -- -
SIcustomary for Bravo, Okiland was by, but the grandstand habitues | .
..the net six alm "nthr eased to second position behind took more convincing measures to (Continued from Pare 21 K ol I j l
avis Education X enter the pacesetting Fuego. make it clear they did not appLove fabu-e U I i uIrL I^C
15E utiontut No one seemed to be worried a- of his antics. avy before opening the fabur
Sddi tionto the two bout Bravo's waiting tactics unul The less-dgnified tossed pop ous Little Club E. 55th St. eight -
run continuously furlong of the seven furo drinking gla coconut atronizetheirm- '- 'e o Ms- o-
long race left to go, Okiland wh husks and other sundry objects the stage soon found his bistro J nIICU
sI suspiciously kept stuck behind the suitable fhr0 purposes. packed with Hollywood and Broad.-u O nss CS lb
conversation hear S h y the tQme the leaders entered hse missiles until he wnas at last waymesrnd lti s wth'rat- t IntroducrnG mrt Kobbe's Hoe s USABCARI platooni4r l, w"dtsnt rita ,"re1" and' 16
emp? n eagwit ilthe- street, Sixaols, which had in the sanctuary of the jock a'cuUP old times with another or Gther moore honorng vai gnsittl-UP tointritate"8,".'l6
in' mterOn been a bad trailer throughout, room. anerve um ofbub- After Wsmthe loud riem ,. Stepaonttais.
no reading material bncame iat, the picture ani th a t 0 y to an aging hump with a speaker a recent ceremo- The -iliner BeHto r Boyles a plat sergeui
shld ave knowledlse was when Bravo really began to NI UNOFFICIAL but reliable eon eah ar, whch' on lld, the assem-l schedule is arduous g. en .
I SWU -sI--I"havea k o-wp ihtrely. re. t are true, Bravo wjU have o ei"h' with abd s -re entertained Before each thepla- Amoneg actiMes .
to 100 wqrds a t Sala won going ay by along time-12 meets to e exact s always come bk o by a manverson complex a
tolo n a n d som e .. .Sl a. .won go i ngBkso ,n ow th e L little C lu b is.. .
elnguage. nnThemcass wi two lenha and Okilmnd with Bra- -to relteat his fleecing of the pub- far too little ad BmBys is prformed by the 33d Infantry reg-. tice drills starting wit st mple were thesivls of
the Education Centcr. vo p orJ tight, was beinj .o ed lie's co in. for larger quarters for a new B inleat's precise drilled Honor Vice o
S s fm .... t. m ou.t by gW for second place. If he ha been set down for 12 new Bly Guard, States, the- scrotar
-arnd edesys mThe bettors woald have been quite eets, everyone concerned, (with Reed a Laer Club D esd meticulously in immi- -Iswd Air Foro -
an Wdao a if M Okil anod had een al- the exception of ravo ofm course) a ulat boots unoarms gUsteng JU flae eifl 1o


aCrE h a ds ar at Fas Parade
se p ad e omnunity ln to oc second, ad tey wil e omewat console, hottt d t helmet liner the Honor theuarl-
g& roup study course ij Rhon^a lenung and it atarte st glDurngl Grd


wf-di g ve an the b... .. Thleged Usseault o a gvestigamtor u ertol e, H eadqurters di *- '
adult lif, dmentalhealth- R .3pIpp accuv ser s wnen ogewither e.Und'Heaqrtherscompioo,,pUan,- par perfetued iapbtci al J ntmiyll


te x l, n.ut p a- bengafor the House Un-Amyermar Anetivi-h ea n headed onto the ie Il to pay tribute at Fort was traaidor rt Co.B
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Clas sessiWEoLY sERVICE FwlOM Tb f arly nr. fre t at eciaasd c theh ofla iMiln prpara Sat it wt- ti e for Tor a.
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di ge Wl5&gX out of Foreign In- day cal
ift p, least A
Day iout to Bob Mitchu made i
vwart sen verlion of "In- of t
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f movie rot v ,nx
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ww fa heUSnsaof fte lre revroeI
Wte hey were k ims,- I
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.Caro Cheasmin, the Broadway sto ,
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Wi tat Jimny StwUart's
ed had hi."The Man From
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ring penomal appearances
ie filn in Texas cities.
ow stage with a hand
I the asie of a watermelon
racked: -"ee-it hasn't
yet."
Peepers-Wally Cox-wau
ain from his Las VegP
ulub job after a 510-
Wal4 ven kidded
ca orge
allow ia~s*I "Ti a
thatvu i still wai
enough-l1 to e gents who
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UBLAZMNO ADYVNTUI*p RWBAal
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General Warns West


Aqit Jap-Red China Link
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AgLO -15 (UP) -, AZ .-atin and ideal have to some ex-
P. rJ asudd tent been taken to Japan instead
Sald of J anese .,h to go and look
pAg ower meatoe emsaeves," asl.
bI AT t. e 4i. d o ,anal- "T is to boad to hav -x tpro."
ba w lapt1 02 ohm ft their 00 4it is
U 1t1 ". to be hoped that their eutobk will
v os nesrai med be more liberal an less inailar.
ida wartSme~ u.m-lb oit launched ots war against
--- -of t -- -9the West in IM, he ai. apen
SJa m es'.rmancm had comparatively i renitly
, ad ven as far bck a. er from nation.
- "It was clear the that the Ja- They had not, in fact, ha d
panese military leaders had taken d t h
the betweenn their t andti Ue to consolidate their position
suituatlm which was de. as one of the leading word pow.
v lin ua was likely to ers," he said.
HLasut oportifor
ei ambitious ~,, a foi "They h d gained from the
Today -he bei there waIa l a rather liid Jmowleage
still a Anger from Japan. t enaracisas, a an
* "If Jawa fals to maintainh a resorce required a a wot Id
eon e standard of Higln .powr out hau no&adtei
w vast and rapidly ledevelop their sa AAlleti-i
tion therq 1*11 alwa?"9! mnce. with tm bowpC"
'oher ef B mi Thus, when it went to war in
ml unism #i a"~- ...... 1W. ercivaL .sai1, lapso bisa a
suent t h & .h_ sme e valuable assets but al.-
alliance of stho o nh oi some -grave lalmeaes..
v&tA P" t d oed' "Amonag their asoeta were an
foridal d lndustrla sysiemu evemipea In ac-
". _" -., cordance with modern co ep-
l e, ti ons and gra ty. s.tengtheUt o'by
wo 'the remarkitable Jnustry and pow-
Srs of endurance of their work
.. N ehad a high stad.d
at t of human o in their ft
a~ not in stnles bhaed on strin t e'
r'. ,.... ri and un.wearving loyalty to
.k ret, fyre ee T hae large
ci_-B w. ohp ," he ,aupow t sources end a prac.
'%65 a* ties ty the best but of
Nwinto QrV et a n. Inferior 54 "
o- Among rt e chief wpaknesses of
Ute5Wbtaa; Wojanto enable .Mpa4 the. Japlanee in re-iar years he
.1aeovw the said were 'a lact of aresrces, at
Sjuch in-the ntp' level, necaasy to
Sribul tit a modern war-oeir long
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At the CENTRAL Theatre: Honey of a pi


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CRIME SYNDICATE LAUGHS AT LAW... IN

"BIG COMBO"
Filmr. tt, .qt the LUX Thautit


Beaded by a datniti. and r' iouo0s ma=n o 01 uwiY
known hisunderlinib only as Mr. Browf. an apparent-
.w-y lf crime sklurlcate rules a large metropolis in
COMBQ," starring Corael Wilde, Richard Conta,
Simy aDonlev' 5 ean Wallace.: currently screen at the
LU= theatre.
"TEE BIG COMBO' reents Wilde In the role of a
detective captain, dogedly determined to break up the
rag, butat successful after months of teffat until one night
a beatiful gir ollapea on the dace floor of a night club.
It proved that the girl, Miss WallO, hb taken a dep_ to
ence to t waime a lIafeme of the Mr. Brown.
uottS +Co -h, er, AcUon pWe- the opening



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....A 'A s a honet of a picture. A quiet, simple
story about a lonesome butcher and a wistful school teacher,
It has heart and humor and a persuasive sincerity. Its peo-
ple and ItilWk are a real as lit backgrounds which were
shot right on the spot here In tha Bronx.
Sensitively played by Ernest Rurgitne. Betsy Blair and
all the other cast meatetwo who were obviously chosen for
their rightness in their parts rather than as names, the
film is basically the atory of a paJr of mature wallflowers.
Dot Ia MA Yat the-CP TRAL Theatre In shows
of 1:15, 2:58, 4-57. 6'56, 8:B5 p.m., t's one of the beat. Advt.




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Receives Cliw

From AF Ann.
SAN FRANCISCO, I (UP)
-Paul Lavalle, Iamed compor-
conductor and band leader, re-
ceived a citation from the Air
Pare Association Saturday~.ight
"for special musical compoAtions,
saluting the Air Force ad radio
programs contributing to a great-
or public understandg of air--
power."
The Mward was presented bya
JoMn R, Allisoo, president of thej
Association, at the ninath annual
airpower banquet in connection I
with the organixation'a week-long i
convention here.
Lavalle was honored for his'
composition of the march "U. S.
Air Force" dedicated to the serv-
ice on the 15th anniversary ofl
owered flight.
The march incorporates music-
al imitations of the B-36 and jets
taking off, breaking the sound bar-
rier, and other sounds heard by
the composer on visits to Air,
Force bases.
Lavalle. conductor of Radio Ci-
ty's Service Band of America, em-
ployed the same approach in his i
Air Force composition as he used
in writing "The United Pres s"
march, based on sounds in the U.-I
F. New York Newsroom.
The Air Force award, first of
kind ever presented by the as-
iationt, waa in the form of a
wood plaque and a metal plate in-
s eibed with the words:
"The A* Force Assoelation
ptays tribute to Paul Lavalle for 2
tending contributions to the,
advancement of air power in the
fnetrest of national security and
world peace."
BACKFIRE
BARRE, Vt.--(UP)- A New
York hat salesman, Robert Barber,
heard this city's air defense alert
signal, stopped his car and rushed
to a Civil Defense shelter. When
the all-clear sounded, Barber found;
he had received a ticket for illegal
phrking.r ,


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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1901, Sunday, August 14, 1955.
The whole ticket has 4 pIeces divided nla two seris' "A" & "B" *ef 2 plees each.


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in London's White City stadium. Excessive heat was cause.


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EMBARRASSING MOMENT--Johnny Temple of the Cincin-
nati lkedlegs is slightly embarrassed as he slips and falls
while trvyid to reach first base during a game in Brooklyn.


SOUVENIR FOR SOMEBODY-Cary' Middlecoff, happy at
winning't .Milwaukee Open,flips his ball to the cheering
regwd afteAJli his last putt. Arrow points to the ball.


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Fritzi Walshlgliws Fan Tan a nie meal of a big a
of stage Mioney:f winning araM at Mronp.Sitt:


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Swas oedal aht with a orckw a Toronto 30Game1 x 10 1 Antu 0-1n e la r n on v 7to3 Wi B i ndl r the s nt tlme It trin t a mma te r r ooe tw fe
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=-I t SSsa C 1 Aug. 26 At Gamboa Pool 20-6.a w1 n% a
thus saamme out to slpe the place. stout-
w tas He iker 01) annd C a.-. Gl-Pea.ei GoldenS i n s der. ru t of the a ge ei
is..I"s. li fillmlt let Marh Cueche. LP-Klppetr. t R-5)Mice- Bro y a 2-Newanot ted he 20 lon T -Pappda nlyd n the Ya.nkee.








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dyIMASad .. ."a h .t ..nd.-, os e i d ," eIt. beot ting beaus f o: his. ack-w- -ltodE ayfo the bug- a..a
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of|go j et bm-sa 080002000- 8 Dke ,M Milll be 2 9 2d a t he N eb o r The Tap los plenty of SrXnd RACE aLE T haCl items behin tih -
12 -m ^I ^ S wirs a d2Rm tt (c Game 0- M 2a n ade 1tt h .2e0, 2.20. r1sen and-t Ie udi'
the rdn ft-3t (ieWate bevel S o1v
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DB P m Ca e 19 2rye hd on p a 1-O o I0 5. 2Cr. bet-l.
..1 -length of overhasulin Don ro vP 8 1-- .n ol boe b leat they've put togeter & e t.nlc
t o 5 W-P rSaut E-G Ray. H *( -. ool a n.dd amd the 48 -1r), T ralb os 5 G4mnal ad.show am e.RT eE
"tna -so le = The M tnrnt, was agn Wlskon (nrst Game) h, Zuverink, Gray Thur s, La Eno,, a bad e July 30















"Po bNC E OF PLAiERS" 25 yd. ueaInt -troke t on for the Junior OlympC S 2- Reflector et.rO, 3.40. f tu th e
n tarE MAN" and The 1955 summer a ws. mis alia, De te. 114 421 00 157 _.49 26 yd1. B ttPery Mo(Frsn hours will be from 10:00 3-Fen=x 3a. y s0. t l
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r y, A 1 with the end of ower, .C. 115 452 70 144 .319 yds. Medley elay to 0. special em as will be EIGHTH RACE
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their fig res, say. French star Co- he o- h a_______________________________________ ____ th. t
Sblmae on binding girdles and up- THITIETH TEABR PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY. AUGUST 15, 1935I .f t m Eou-tC,% at% os s espetedC .h.e., .. hr. t eey or' r
Slift brassieres. at- CvHur.ofodme Corioliins.r'-Mh"0ti-n tlth
SFemnles In thil country have 1a l" ahih wid an DOl r a a m
lost the us ,of their muscles." ,O \ I .. n 4Icaroms lad wt t
rrrine:ldu. iNon V i o ent Invasion' Of I Go a oaron=_1*od1 rpam ceeo t
.-tead'of exercising the uMiam i 4n s -. l
desrto bep are me lo LshapeDanl iut o h rnr611n1uphll V0l I hr o er o s"1 k i
they depend on corsets and bras. bouru -in NOW*- .... "
The muscles get loose and flibby oorWlhinTgcheW41o41r
% Th+"'acen.Leaves !!ree KilledI- 13. Hurt+ tow3^L o U
want larger b eus e but they a e, nR1M naoa oomrasLl
smaller because of bras PANGIMy Goa, Aug. 15-(UP) In uting "Portuguese quit Goal' speaking on India's Indepen-i Pettugl refused to do so, tar dae wh
clres. ab-Three Indian demonstrator id "Go.a for the Goans" includ-dence Day, reiterated that the painting 'out Goa has been a ut"m_ t) .
were killed and 13 others were I members of Parliament, stu- Goa question would be solved by Portuguese poelston for 40 AC+_, Gordon .unn,. chief' of th Bn,
"Sure. bras are fine for special Injured today when Portuguese ents. businessmen and workers, peaceful means "t-neres Yo .andis mi p1aWrter bureau, sa. 1e0
occasions when you wantto- look.police stood fitm against a "non- They were receiving medical question of military action." .Portugal as asbonI lelf and OETand Ag. 15 witod .full-b lown hureleodf te yi
extra glamourous. But >round the violent Invasion" of this Portiu- Ind food supplies despite in In- Some 1,000 demonstrators from that the 650,9# Goinu ta r (vor--LaM...... Abnd,, Aug.?15 witMn e week,, defintely wlte l ; .. l|
house women should wear as ._ew,uese colony bv thousands of In- :Uan ban on motorized aid. all over India gathered at Del- the status quo. Huel ......A. .... .IOp otrobly a
cloihes as possibDe. Especially in ian nationalists. Gov. Paulo Bernard Guedes glum, 30 miles from the eastern rolf ayet BharDover tod between Savannah, Oa. a n d
this hot weather." I The shootings occurred -, tord newsmen: "If they enter Goan border. Another 2500 mass- In past months there has been the Iih'Channelr Deh Amt r.o Cape HHearas, N.C.
w the first 197 marchers moved peacefully and unarmed they ed at five undisclosed points on a mounting number of frontier a sroke b stroke M across at is roughly the same area
Corine wasn't talking to hear i along muddv june road into will be sent back. If they are not the border for the march. The incidents with several marches en Tom Park raked 'last week by hurridmne
herself talk. She wV a dressed Gos In the face of heavily- peaceful we will have to resist biggest group was at Banda on by passive resistance groups. One Connie. ra I
in a female version of a mans reinforced Portuguese police them.," the northern border. "Satyagrahis" was killed In a Other competiors in the mass Duhn said Diane doelnt rate 'I
S i--asnd very ite ls e.is what patrols. New violence was ex- Pollee commandant Joaguin The crux of the dispute is that march several weeks ago. swim were far behind. so far" a an extremely severe
See," she said, hs s what ed in the "liberation Pto Bra put it more blunt- India feels since Britain and A Satyagraph s a polto-rell- storm.
S I wear around the house. It ma es move that has jeopardied Ily "The pr ce of Goa wlUl be France have-both pulled out of glous movement organized byf Abu Heif' 'tine rfrom Ca Gria "It's till a hurricane bunot
me feel fresh and comfortable My Portuuese-Indian diplomatic dear." e i subcontinent It. Is a matter the late Mohandas K. Ghandi. It Nez. F race to England was a stem-winder like some. of
body is completely free u nder- relations. In New Delhi Indian Prime of national prestige that Portu- favors passive resistance to hours and 44 minutes, wl be- them." he sad. "Of course, where
D neath." The marchers were crossing Minister Jawaharlal N e h r u, gal pull out oo. abuses. low the record tine of 10 hour It hit', people will think It's e-I
from India at the border posts and 52 mI utes set ly another vera enbugh.-
Sh did A gti pirouette acro 1ss35nhu'r n w11, A '-"." ... _p. "po i p .S.rt sa5thn rur -__
be diu ing room. of Maulinguem. Aranbol, San E1,.tlan In10,0 than Anehour ,.. .. rceport rel
-Myer I t'sv C room. FA b A c e Pr from Dover Bech. ric hunter pln was i .- Doris 20,
hMaybe Its because the French duen. TPrvoie corgaocelC A culed take. of-from .BeI d a w u an e
have less money tospend lon" that could flare into via- Somewhere In the channel, go or Sau .A4, P.R.. d ae questioned b mpto, .,
IF tipemselve." she shsaid. n lenc e o at any moment. Inl in the opposite direction morninglo plot the bi police regar ing the .nm
as oacrsetS, French girlsam'e (Indlan authorities said onel NEW YORK, Aug. 15 (UP) But after the Revolution and cheeks of His subject a white wig rence Ohadwik of C D e wa not expeed to fall of the woman aIth
re elemental. Goan had been shot to death by George Washington suffered fromlWashington's election to th re- and lly tronglonthe into -ereih move t ma .a 4er daughter.
,The fureu of a French woman Portuguese police quelling A so many physical defects that by idency, Marx related, he suffered marked cheeks. irt legofher plannedEngland -
Without her clothes is i dream. demonstration on the eve of the today's me a d I c a I standards he from a series of fevers colds Washington's death at 87 prob- '"''ce-England non-atop swim.
She looks wonderful from the time march and that further violence would have been classified 4 F penumonia, a hip carbuncle and ably was cusased by a streptococ-'
she's 16 until she's 55. was reported). when he reported for d uty t as repeated unsets of malaria. cic throat. Marx said. I
"But an AmeHican woman o- Another 0 volunteers were commander of the American Rev- is eyesight and hearing be- Any modern doctor could have Jip DMOCkS Safely
ver 25 Is ashamed to take of f marching toward the frontiers olutionary Army in 1775, a physi- came poor. He lost all of his teeth cured it with ease he said but
her clothes. She gets fat because of Dmao and DI., two small- cian said today, and most of his hair was gone. "there is no record that the inte-
-. he depands on biding under- er Potugiuee enclaves, but the Marx said that when Gilbert rior of the throat of Washingtonr EXD
clothes." biwgat march was on- oa it- Dr. Rudolph Marx, a Los Ange- Stuart painted his well-known por- was ever inspected by the attend-
isked why French girls, reput- self, a territory about the slre les ri.edical historian., diagnosed trait of Washington in 1796, he mg physician." i wm A
; the world's sexiest, rarely of Rhode Island on Indias Washington's physical condition in used cotton to fill out the sunken I 110I KOO I I
i te the krade in Hollywood, Co- west east. an article in "American Heritage, "A diagnosis was arrived a by iil
nefrowned. The Indian demonstrators, the Magazine of History." watching the patient and observ- SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 14 (UP)
_Its because- French girls can't Marx said an examining physi- g.( his external symptoms d, -The Norwe"ian matl hin-
i themselves he e ... clan's report in 1775 would have e Marx said. "The three doctors at cred dock ely in n Fran
ed. n "To be successulinHolMaid Goes To Jai *hown W hgon's medical his. tending Washington saw their a cisco early today nearly 15 fours
oody have to learh to think Jory wa studded with serious di tient Itruggle for breath, each in- after an e rm explosion
Io hvlike t A n. s eArmy 6o Aheadspiration producing a shrill, harsh racked the aI two crew-
feel like F" Amercn. F T welTheft`0s ohhearwJtwo
S never. rsk or reada .y .Ao-lem were three erio smas .the air was painfully men and s wounds four
S onch after Icame l ere and I A .....,. attacks of malaria, smallpox, tu- Te F lu s Id i_ through the obstruetqd others.
S tdM thpeo le Now i even A. P nfd_ lwho. wasR u bereutl isvy, ina two T1 Iu1 srvwV, air p .as .
team in,,. 'esm in 1 nl aftIo ,"a t oil a ws Thes I e ship d ess it. 2:6 i .
-". h bet p rooistt when Io edtHouse was sentenced o d to s and Uent colds. WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 (UP) 'H a blue, and adthe fuurse ine
coe'emotonally excited I saynay ti ornoing.in the Balboa g- O toP of all this Marx report. President Esenhower has nostrils atd ,and contracted near death, were rushed ting one
arling' instead of 'Cherie-mand atrate's Cour to spend 10 days ed, W ton had only a few given theArmy and Maries the w the effort of brethg...S. Pubie Haa lth Service Hos
Inithat is hard to do." In jl. teeth left and had difficulty chew-.go-ahead to enlist reserves un- The processeof gradual suffocationlHtalaHp
S' Cornesmiled prettily ad con- The defendant. Julia Clarke, ing harE food properly, der the new reserve program, rogressed inexorably. .The ex- tal.
S lu "It is not beaue French 21, was found guilty of aln "Desite .hla sickly condition, and urged young Americans to usted heart topd beating e- Dr E Nanare who wa s
g ,rls have good figures that they two face towels, worth 80 cents however," Marx wrote, we have respond to their country's call. tween 10 and 11 o'clock on the rushed .ac nt e ater t ho'w es =
ow,-e "e te o"e Ma ot wrote, "we have respond to their country's call- w an 1 a c o rehee.si Nair wh explo-
consideredsexy. It is because from the room she was cleaning no record that Washington was "No time should be lost in evening of Dec. 14, 179. sn was repo said the e
them love it the most impor- on Saturday ever incapaetated alluring the moving toward the goal of were suffering from burns on o.
tact thing in the world." i -. Revolutionr War. stronger reserves and rapidly as ver ato 80 percent of their skin
we --- ntEven at Valley Forge tIhbe re the law permits," the Presidest "t ye
HORSE LOSES was ndt a day when Washington said
rahe, Twwas not at hi. post. h "It is zy sincere hope t ha
ases SPARTAWi. (U Twoti continuoustrain of h on Americans wil l respiod T 0 oRmalnSrong BALBOA TIDES .
iara killed one horse in a freakresponsiblllty -and the conscious- this volunteer program in u I ...
Injure Eleven ihway. cident near here. The ness of h msson kept on s a measure M mto e sure I uc- nd Ready Alwu ays I" S- b d M .
horse .sayed from a farm andmulating hs adrenal glands, rain- ewe" /IoM It.id w she Is u treat-
l walked onto State Hghwa 21 A ing his normal powers of endur- The President's executive or- .. 8: .m.nt for b and burns.
r winI S ,m.car struck the animal and knocked ance, resistance and immunity. dr authorizes the Army and Ma- AN FRANCISCO, Aug. 15 -
Over tW e nd Vot..- i nto the opposite l ane. An on- "Destiny kept alive and well the ri Cors to put irto o lp lion/(UP)- Fleet Adm Chester W. | | __ ___ ___ __Y US



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t t org,.a 37tearolew. edsinLemhnA A. irm eofeouncldt h9a0 He rec lsed the Japanese sur-il | | /
coming an stutomob an automoble the second only an of his time who could meditely enlistment ur- rendert of n a V day 10th anni .
Two mep were seriously i njui- lane then hit the horse. Both cars lead the American Revolution to gra dh for youths between 17 and versary address, urged the na-





ead n automobile accdpena coaredamghed Stn th le nt or e owoman'e ean me may tke. the ras months ow anong y y Awr an ro d
to the Rwee ne t a to wiste r n in te emp ne Uo, weeko s __ a__a ddnnnot 1 1 yers to am on tr re unpe ntel mpera in.thr- lPc rr eo Mro a I nOP" iNS
iludin a child, received cuts o A1 o e PenUndertd the new reserve act, ready to meets a r sa e attack and



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nd brieC s a- tnl re"wd m d c outhris may enlist for ntix resht a ggressio Japanese T-OR O --.E .. .. .
and broiste i sieal Tofer he B n4n ofrles t rh o s. o ersiyf activeItraining rd .to be nr o e e o
o-de. ftheothye s1.aonN"a o corn accord Teekehsofr- In a morning address at Gral- TtM RR W] EI .l e
rano. a 37-year-old Pa lhamania r The A rmy hopes to enis90- hero said dedo otherwise will
as by antomble in- eigsa it on- 3 r000 youn men by next June ad; constitute failure to meet our



w as str e Ce HPCmu n t.., h e Ithe Marines seek 5,500. The tir re ponnibiltles to da J.troubled .ce,



] what b t n igh a w .onttenp-tC HO 'A ug r-15 the -aT of 8,2 beer. GaSteyt years old.o___a of s tatt. oDnce by brae
p led I frnto .ut e a sideof bt weiar.ngtim cimntt said Hirohvto's decidon andCARONtortke lH
S ed f the c a m no p* board, however, said for enlistment quotas.whose memory we now honor."




ch was being driven by sale of3.2 beer onAmy Post th beer might be intoofficial have said the imits, hh commander of Al-
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K tn.e near the ralbol Fi.e I dsnneeta the meas hall of o--e o th w orfl ou. ared in "an li JA"
rMavfby'es 6 who said li drank to stop selling "this stuff" to ad about 10,000 probably will climax of the Air Forc Aaan.'su
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