The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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asUmn. Joa in n after
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phone cotersa Ion
Vi owners of 'the Argo-
"Two tbe Kungsholm's life-
bo atI c anded by first mate.
Henry VWe and second mate
/M s. G and with crews of
Jlal t VW @e lwered,'" he said.
"Lben 10rewers started
=.Jolsue a orboard, all with life'
belt arou them. They jumped
tftom the Isp's after section
rhinto t ugh waves.

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Secret Marriage
MENCO CITY, Aug. 20 (UP)'
-Muralt Digo Rivera. 69. was(
married aeerey a week ago to
IBmm Hurta r another Meal-
cam painter.
Rivera, whosaid last week he;
was sufrti.r om cancer butt
u g tobe In
id ," said today
h b Je Rusa shortly
too n tn operationn be-
camn Ba Russian surgeon
SaD dre me."
The noted m t's fourth
ma .tiaose fo-ew a brief ae!
1f t abcel but unsucces-
Mtlentf0tre acks Maria VFeli
Iw r@m from Havana
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YORK, Aug. 20 UP) Tib wont flood
theast section of thq United State M
destruction today ,bvu4 five-state are
st 88 persons were rp ted dd t
were misingi and fedWrd dad. In
onununi'oatons cloudewat may be tkih
lt..h, tbe flood are- : .
rlynia state police aid between 29 and
Children, may hi a'sn .wept to thsitl
#king roin-dintor ++rk flood
ioudsburo, Pa
rities feared the 4k. toll lso waS
r in other ?ecti=ors f flood rea sirem
k still were. snd' a wdr analJw
itide world earg ly"
fee officials said ht be
picture of horr be s entire n dJ
dam qe is pmown. .

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Panamn and M i
folo DepaAWe
ma 5: :p.m. on dwe
and Siturdmas ahl.
ml, Pla, L
Deparires from Mial
Thursday and Sun at
a.m. Irjvlnt in Pa at
a.m. Al .W. biUMa
and prndht tarfts Is
ens way $ f to5
wfll remain in eect.
The zwsudenuature fronpPa
tae 'la. today at 5:
J.m. ...

Tropical Point Co.
Is- w BdEr Fbr

wLM' anaflwc AlgMt t

to awole. t qusus. wa ta 4
en Uadr d counisnw t move*

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s4Dies Af 6ras
Iir. M Selby of BalWboa
rip died est l ,y ,at Gorga odi-
tAl. lbe was 44 I rs old.
"n- M. elby' hosplbia-
ile Ised sitece June t r. In In w
30 ea, she has rpsided on twe
5mainiame tfor r T.Vj-r
Her husbaid ii
Is employed with Plants
prasalt of th Comptroller'a -
In additl6in to her husband,
Mrs. sby ia Marvived by three
chhldrefL: Vijg kla; two socg.
James, a sI n]i Balboa NHig
school and Rcy. 11, and her
parents5 Mr. nd Mrs.. Jop

E father in Vs.
Jose, Costa fPiAC,

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a lake nasr haloe.

fA l dning

The urth Mrs. Rivera ts a
dhe awho had been In charge
of Wves's expositions for a
They were married In the
paMl tr'1 aldio In the suburb of
San A i ft the wedding was
kept Saer until the announce-
merl -at thbe are solnr to

4t_ D were reported to have
toiS s that only minor

[W.. maroon and to
nru'.. Portion.
sMoft nekt ae. whoin,
e .SMnd Ime, died here
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"wAt The Plate
[W ., Aug. 20 (UP) -
tpa travelss on Ie.
HH8-tflt~.frauellnu out of'

Guard amplbians. ,
The ineal
Otis MMro Dai. bu n
188a.8tept a precvPus,404
on thie raif-o- wOrs
that surged thro .its aate
into the ramopaig fa ang-
ton ive. riften 0 A of
rain ha saue it .# our a,".
lono, th e path of dld hurri-
cant miane.
Galtekeeper Perle Rtoe cut
loose two 30-Inch fla boards to
let the rslaing waters through the
gate Instead of over the dym.
(Contloed one Pai 10)

Capt. rmels Thomas anglerI
former tationed on th ana
Zone, di Aug. 14 at MkMeoriul
Hospital in eNow York City aeen.-I
igo to wird received todiy from
1s wife, the former Beatrice Ma.
ie Alexader.
Capt. Spangler was 31 years.old.
He had many friends in Panama
and the Canal Zone and wa. for.
merly a member o the 45th Re-
connaissaace Battalion at Ft.
a' .yto.
-Funeral services were held at
Fort Meyer Chapel, Ft. Meyr, Va.
-a Aug. 17.
Honorary pallbearers included
Col. Alexuander D. Surhas It. Col.
LsUes Wilcox. Lt. CoL Myr. o T.
Johnston. M. William Fitzie-I
raid, Capt. Harry IHopkin and t.
Jqhn R. Alexander, Jr.

'atermeut was at Arlington Na-
tion Cemetery.
During World War U served in
ithe Pacfia Theater on the staff of
Mai. Gen. William C. Duoekel, i
and received the Bronze Star Medal
as well a the Presidential Cits-
tion during operations at that
Prior to his death, Cpt. an
jer was a*igued as Air Officr,
ewis, Washagtoa.
Besiess his wife who was also
a Canal Zone sides* fi m yi
ears, be la survived hyr a am,.
T a s an. d hi, paiu s- Col;
and Mrs. Thomas M. open ti
West Covina, Cal.

Balbooa Diablo

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9 tha town
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But much of the destruction
was lad to maUler strealuk
turned from a. trickle to a tort
rent by the runoff.
The flood waters drove un-.
counted thousands from their
hones, many of which were
smashed to qplinters by the roar-
if torrents.
A number of towns were with-
out water supplies and residents
In most of the flooded area were
warned to boil their drinking,
The Amerlias Red Cros to-

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states and tfhat the
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HURRICANE PRfEIEW-Automole are inundated up to the windows Q
rentais downpours dumped almost oi u inches of water. on thenew orkw
porter hundreds o1 cars were .ta. le the storm caused some of the worst
story in pr Brookla, Queens ad assau. .

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N "-SIFoEo.m. "AN Labor News ,. a, s
HARMODI A1 ^11116
37 H STRaUT 14.o 434, W.d
TELEPHONa 2-07 111 rAnd
CW K OFirciE s 12 179 CEN-INAL AvSNUS STWE 1piBM AA1 046 TN e fTaS
gFOeIN meU 0 sN e ravf s Jo ee U a P OW I 17C 1~OI i

hKARACHI-In the lush uufety St
P s 4 A b .. cr "- "c :'-sed -als to get .t .
coc oacearegrA erlny gwift a. u.per. h 'm T E' 'i"lor '

ethe men who are on the fronrers
.The Mail is n open fet e. rd. The Panama Ames. of the Communist wor
Le"ers are received gratefully ,nd are handled Ihn l e ,lnol ldieatl Theue political froti ,ersme-

845 rMADox.I N Aved. W O l N h-im ami al y eo In oe t-
MSwhether i the 1yber Pass area,
from ONK TRAP. lid ,D A" .
IS YOUR f KARACHI--In the hall Safety l

,ss dy Letters are published L. the e ider rea- vad pore'ss rubber ple tations ipo

leae try to keep the letters limited o Dse pea m e i regth. no B let Up Ir o the otc war.
Thui-s newspaper ssueda n a sib o st.tehat as l sm to takef Comrades a lgaet, to a
&pree ssed in letters fm. reader.* Mac Ti s -tuo o a th r of thU o area

o where sRussisa and Chinese Commu
.. CURUNDU nsts stllwaroI. on s. Aa t r
ample, right now are plannig to tear
ir provoke bl- y riot a ind m-pn tl

May I take this opportunity to address my fellow Coc SondL out Southeast Asia and espeaElro s e
tians. Friends, neighbors, and fellow lu an: You don't knariental roa and vSagon. a tdo I
thought so too. dut nov I know diffrunt. The grass aren't nec- many powerful Asiatic unions. And
essarly greener in the other field we have a predition from Fengers
Sunday, l w ent driving on the other side of the Isthmu riT s. In Ht-Ch'a secretary of the
pursuit of a quiet place. I t ooked a right turn at the 'rivol Conor Kin g and KoW t loon Trades Union e re kt a it
emissary into what appeared ho ea wil, Lnd ha b and God- i etr I-bl Fatthe I K br Pss ier e '
f It you corsk es te of tedoungle 'ter Ia iort dis t 't aplea r~t s near Japln's Mount lruj orMm- io
srizdaye to ter asublshed Io (tu r like a.n o a I r g pore's rubber i Plantio r rs -repot n Sa allrt":.-. -.

nowr I therdee n pr ced. tsetd Motern nao oheed l ,ooneoeS.
arPd nIndirectton. Threehguardsintheir go rdod cw a.e e bra f ron from T o oCa

allowing 2o9aches. dstance fokroa expanion. an f tacth .t3 *lT
Jd m e tl the lete writes is fo o l tedI srlsmt Tt hope s i e O th he I i willing e.
hIN S olspalp It s u NO no mlilb for8l; t sm nl46 n thom Sotke- Comrads 1abin. C and "-" ... <--l ." .

e rs in let n e rs frot ue derm nMOn a toeA g T w e ar of the area" .. ..

Sare m pra ing the a where Ru la ran and ChiWese C om mus
limbd~ a ot It hadNofbmyursuersl. Toward un mean era pac r.l ad otr
o. c a s, tole A t re D Ui t ithea Th e Conr i a ismst ag s, for ex
Witr: u ample.rn iht nw re pla ens g toS ,
pin tro voe bloodyriotsd e ola l .. tsfouga h
May I take this e 'onnamle tons runi t address my fellow Coes olI- out mSoutheast anA iaa y l *rf*r
StImnans. CFrends, ne hbors, and fel low slu mi tcans: You don't know in Singpore and Saig o i r a eoa Demoon. e a .H
hnuttiin hfro urnYuthdink we had re it b lif d week I The &et underground entrosadlsi sthJtUeTe
thought so too. Iut hrAe'v I know diffrunt. The graftaren't nee- many powerful Asiatic unions. And "ta r "

Sunday, I went driving on the other side of the Isethmus. In HA I N E -roI-Ch'o secretary ol the Hon

fpuruit of an c uiet place. IT ooke aright t ads Un o e the a ion o the I tn ,s gavef te l icaoa nrol a l e
Ssid beif edr rome 2 rotiw reoput the trct o nve budeng i tettt a. i. t h e m

f^orsakenstretch fof jungle.^ Aer a< s, do l n on ll"ftnltfs 4osoon wl fig "
surprise come upna guard gate (iearthmetonedWtya gaiein e ods sso o Armin k 1 dt.r i l otth t h h a r o l mlal r a

Be intw avo towo thoever. n ro Ceurd Ins al f trot he yvfe a the bZ4r; pat eoaAas to .m oe *1 IV am
n~bradadf nenverlost, a battle. it's oshivt now Dowr ee the PIkeb batting A earae
ward direcion. Three g ual rds in th e re s gua rd te eaoli9rweDte d Byod wr t .ro Tk oe a-. u t e irat fr t l

ed me of t tee cowe atipoly of e bxcee d ing A t. rinso, Xos-seed walws foir s s"l.of e h g b tatedoe alteaat up L eeU.

efotesinn k h a va be dns. TEIde- topbe Var iP ot ,. ,f:the
lite r la yno box I t had served h im e .abhousing.cC hif Phelldnat d 1o Pe TER e ls on t otr 1 eg s t l waml t Se t-
nsfoanc-mectaatoe. f a r t oa are .
mA. To stop w my pressing desireA Pmaret hle r
limb at thel scClisodsCofmyongress pursuers.soTo o eedupe lcan cntrol t yeard. e oe fr I .

b b dne heth i lt e sbt E enher e eof .51 -. f are is woart cons sia- al treaty re.a1 u edby ua -e
tion. Witht n u L er nway bt o ur n oen swde enru et'ed uorthe e bI tnd aThes s paere ntoe law. s Th re sio nfothe e mcrtso Inrg To aiotal t r at h i d oe ad is at et l"
aon In the middle of a swamp. t a o y ....
a wamp's name was eurundlD It was nanoieud After an cow. -IM -trormeanfo rwe r
old Indian Chief. The Choef died sloriously. little ef swhich oIsm ooe w w rf_ s taand reng-oftt W a e

to .. t.u-tu. e-.. ,taT e plfoar. fam iliesgto lauehi n.e tltualuet C, aboutarol8 i io-
heghting cockroaches. aTllale roah, won.'. I '* tattl e t ... c,.. a ll, a t R I i, .

othen the Army took over the wn lrie i i rythwreentt ont t e e r ea y l.t overseas th e ing celt -i ullJt e mu
1 fbaWo d t tlhe botn's spea r ieoshv fos esorn o tehenguretsPa ou thIta lbueatons onneuid -saprhey.alteh e ,al au W t S. "ra ih
tee sockroaches2are gra allreo mmei'onthintgo ntell a gr n m .l a sag 'am lt prooIlro
h id point or two how ever ad a Curundsh R l Was _oo rI i ode l place To ll i, tu ea- t es h a ass r o btr e or n ot sol b t i .-
w idao r c iv ilia n s to liv e An mlaloth e ofte e s tw. lI a n d b t oh ---chv e ba t, oas'e S t l blie7 I 7 .
water, etc. And then, from a reclek a ssttahtllot teysho whtteowrkItlofe erw k A. w e uath t
widAlln sigtuated;Itwwau frigcht on other eoAt h1#d w. llbeforttthesome-inl -x alew e. -. .

PeirbttnpingtA&"ol *alos
times aTbitmur-dercthe oce ... o sr9oMonthal

adheinfao PO'teWNabauakindstr but
With thheseswicoarserasocondo.sessont.eTe ,a noy r| k teD O e,.,i -_Nth e
Or Sd ao t e It had served him bdhniraby t slTerefore hins m e b. an will Q ori l#4tu a ysb "e. 1i 18h -1
=fIne t y 10 lanetheCAsi WASHINGTON a NEA)e sPre- comparedoto.only50iWhit uIts w earlyin'r, Cin u m ente
the uMne 8annedofold Tphaepo, boxes were fict-

boutthesw aeaenevermeennlaowrynntabulationsCd on the work'rehlommendati passed.tnde
bringLuI on ComonunisIt ra towt& a caswap 'am. at s u
o lfi are to ide n und thatu Llkm a so the co ming an d t hlo-Idraw yt heir agents from Singapore, wbthe is the CogDares as 9o r thef ma of Re ublOein o r Juol y, thit weare' w i o Prut dvev wae aldpe-emarsfd weiheie M a, eI 0dDadi nsithe ,,thie A

w sn o r s y ne bo Wt toilet tou t ari t ir sis fo blat ther e Pruidens vi th tcil batting of the 8l h u t Congres s benextni too gis ej nr ll goriug e-lott aw, wt
was a reiat raroty. pa prIt wals, theregis Is n labo r drve average with the Democrate-owhichs to impnetled, t.ewillh cfomii wic to l "'iheiieL

tosu tare growige ongrestrongercent.withwanttI. the b Ck holes l$ lead. heC
kroacheovet ac h at a4m m dmissthe ,00t oe-hnredth o o ne perc tyear.on gthe leftver ae rvs F JaaPN
er o ayed" gim w te C This p elminary rewoi on the The really nterei ..inl e io o t.-
one ofteapkbenfia s rti.e at .

pnsm etd s!o eboundad. As.of.d a t t he sao hsoev the m thCongressa bouth toe aupt e r, nnlf11Wn lueaSMadt
joy C-0 ructed In fi nding s ubstahem friesndsboxI thasI stPr o16 for ..e e OUntele eeat M ed some r a5mesa.inteti ommendieglo lannoto tllyuutrainilng walter31a 3111, ?a
In.o be kicked shooldnIwieehatheaPtepdent hpdfnotorcIeDelhi.t'allrintthehleParegylh arsoer00 tw evr i b up inesaoat ve
< o e.-thnhvhoalvwofld of lotursmee td wial be forgtheen o keoal n .l i _.i .t4 t.sks .esi, .

*n yea16i.-rbt ye Inpayrotllsalone. i
savTihavemeeptfeternalmvogscil&w lwsitrGFW#e-'My mpartidn,tthe finial tabutta, tt ASllb he.Iob
adPpn.rhuftkofnewdu. They stbll pi lay a" tW see Nimt ton fwr last year's secondssessionntey
Sa..A tic dap'no" ofyt'Ordheycrdl awfullysgood othheeto -
e.this Raih,' s w lie.k IndIa-end th.ges. 'Sol N r5i e s-o ntrt iwlrcandmakedlhemselves lWA bid Is7 Ndr other.m,,- .F C ,
ahe -elbndtnting e t for ah- a average omen11. finsheupdIowork erl"atn hat o

In Curundu aa.ealways very close to eath other,iAi.
Ww tetnmu rei,mt U.niatoreeteywillwith.the'arguments to tFnsoreteforlateAugustnextyearFederal Saisveet--inetle-olaw141"
Nhaie basynisthe celitterTalsothetcoming and the go- deLutvo Pillrts i1
athtmnn flushes thytnrtertrs tolet throughtherov n ,eta rw

the block holes of Caleutt. The Rep_.lle win by eight tougher u s" usualeastt Civil R1gh. in tlon act
eekrosches, It is Al, are growing stronger with each They will dismion amp 8,000 to one-hunVdGidtheLofSoneperBcentbyear.l61110,11up011.if FI.VTa GL aNE b
an etn~Ants appear to have cockroan muniat Part) hllest India. They thfathe any mar& of superiority, tese.

cut~sthanaOthirsniAddentSs, Iam told.i verowsands of dollars into the Commu-udowelvathe.DenearaEs gaveDthesi mplification,sappro valofean ei- Pmtmeiithr e11i t

--joy. This opera o si n themIodine m s"tl' _

fild th, mill.o
It]1 ovel of the Asiaiie worm. 'j r i".. : = .i i
Let the Commimlsts match Ibhlr

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S# leg' riaid the verdict.

Son the ; entaJ G4, RM r,.e s tending
.ONIY ..r at attention, alu. 4
*b o The judge advocate general. an about face and retut r
must approve.tbh teame i t defense table. .
e Gblagh jr.utfred4 to a. o her was. found
w4 When. Gutoeghe was armed r 0hew l dl hunockaa o
SW- the court Mn fh had reached a Of tho specifications in the out
Sverdt c -h n. he nred to the s m. charges.
.' I .'a lso." STa sh_%. tM nb aee a dOe, e eommited thI el -
nd an rs d t s ,c t preset on ctm

b so p Coll. ar gte on mater 61lse aa em be to be c ce o l
-.' sps, b l- tendol Ine cold ...a out tIn durin.ger e Wh i,
Sa irerdicTwt i t-eR e alMa luie-o It is

with er'o flet. a .ag .r cis my taear e o
T m artial lo t hi l tlJ t eourt, to Nortioh lP.Ir t l h

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'& k f etsad Gpliagiber Gers c" ae rv ed. at thd anemetted" mur ers aT g uty
a oefr Cpl. J"of William Jones ofchar
fuer a e; f' readb off the it. Mich.,h a L Do
us l e r u coGalla'gher omi Baexter of mu., ows; toWe-
A,~ art was composed. of a Antolst ,"lt "'a' er.ea It was le tifed at hi.s Mal thbt
....01=-,. ,s -1 0.O a t e a bs. 9 maintaied a 15.1 by throwe-I o,0eJing -them f r em
Got 1 r 0h Au ? R8**5 an o cks beurnt during t lbsfrst fbew teir prison but Ine the sub-u.
;" ..days" o hSn trial, SBm.d, ramrod North Ke mn winter. The I
as o of 'fL .. er ca... ....... ch Ga
pas. an .sV= bd* the tit Radar 0a PAA CPpp r

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4.31. 113M 4,1-0 W "lawpy fa ed.

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...n .n n e CHAPy:::seVtence.V9AIL
..For the atE time int te riallL

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to"r as.e to ton w re. ..m
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P..s.... t o% AaU0rshe Anual be Savis "Mcg

ani ....apE "If' get
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swa V or other s curitiu..
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COWMTOCK. N.Y., Aug. 20 J- pat aioner demon-
( ).-- vfy-irnned state po- F a InsDatitution,
e anfd' uad chared into a !Mn_ s '
o o uf driant eonvicts at the u'to3.Meed of
Kgrtt Meadows State Prison w e bern trans-
erday and broke up a 10- f mII ,.
or ult4own 4trake in a 30-mi eraw active
te pitheod battle that l 18 lAter he believ-
a e( sta trooper was hurt to nt
ly Intou the bloody exchange o.
stones, fists, ciubs made
Eom broken prison furnitreN
-d one accldentAll fired gun. H
urteen prisoner", two t
and one guard suffered eu' i.
"Itwas a pitched battle," ei
lred Joseph sayers, Tro NY
to police ISpect0or, we. l00
e n248 pol0 ad guards wh Cole.. Aug. 20 (UP)
ey ntoved in wit lU heia rr painted
rifles and alghtatlcks on W Ate.y, thea went .
the 174 atriker ruthis gove-year
S" oldalut an his
1 The prioners Aun't yiel4 m ode
Mch. It wasa wild, swl rod
title" with many of the prison- The WPrWdet wear- aM. a. L i.. -
trj punching and kicking. They bal hst, man. 1,..ft krm iN sa4 Ic.
: re deterimn2ed to fight to the sn' 1 la "Furthermore kt' very nou
*. I..," a a ,r Vigon n (knew
ne battle started at about 2 the w r in tho tent wen Iknow
1.j. shortly after Thomas J. t By ~- nea a r a hundred
Medugh, state corrections com- orei la ,, better -
iissioner, ruhed to the prison e'luwdays a 1y7 -ich
a milestnorthegtOf Albany and
rdeied ttthe unruly convicts M ic -InIC
:sero la 14the recreation y4rd Orad crl
tu end t-her mutiny. th
,,.1 you do not return to your .t
Ie vie are oito putYou111goInten t an .
othem AWe hve the force I S
h. prison lOUn linger system. losst ie a -
"You haw v iiv minutes to ialed conrLse a4OON, aIdechlna, Aug. 20
nake up your mind. Drop any 'a4 aM w waterA1 (aP -- Vietnam government .I
weapons you may have in ygur to 11W from the ciclS l a h.. were "not at
osocasio ansd move out 20 atr t j 0to t se l pr from
time *t4your hapds beldni D'- lok teAt r edtud ft Pathet o
our head. It Is not our polcy e landed a l N OWd y the Comunuit o
d it will not be our policy to t i and several had attacked Jpme a
egoilate with rioters and mbos.' anesdmy. b uI a posts at Muo
.i'-e prisonersremained in a .naim shl. to deter 31 ues souathwest of aR o
S the' gaV the signal to Y-. -alose to the govern.
arry out ulmatum. T he h mto thtat thee viations
rue of troopers and gtuards, eith ^'"da *V d anrlstl agree*
tunhBrIag the mutineeras by I oJ Maj. sartr on Laos "a eat l1.
ore than two to waded in- ee14 sa rs o Ilo f o there I re of
Sthe mob d d to herd the Ns o fe i al '..s t i c e
Jut the mnauits would not D4 the tD
and fb sw I alug It out D eh e n ount
rs i th ringleaders aapwhile p me all th'o-d

minutes .ter. .m
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c~itaC asd. tere aby,

N. IU m oua t. US. 0. u-(U.) A
cracker" ays safety i
FIpMa AMN'L o usomit boxs in banks usual
(UP)- Riehard Clarke, 1,. feel- Prank jemaIM, president
pig pretty low these da *o safe eonpany which often
pe blames him. Richard ta beenI called to ck vaults and asafe
fortunate to have a bscHaard, deposit boxes, says it ai none
complete with a trout-lled stream, his business what is inside. I
And he's caught more than 10 of sotimes he can't help but noth
the fish thus far. But. 4e pretty 119Oe safety deposit box he
Is to be taken over by v e tur notUinbut three bottles of beer
pike Authority, fish al he recaled. ____

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The lapky famer has dqeg, elk,
6., peaek. .lilo be,,r, fu.
lagos and eoer irds andbutsa.

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frexsh [t. f roeaA B;rthokomew:
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Ia thir frd*ra. lse Wa le t I- a eit I loah-
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Youth Cherr ... Dr. John Wood, Soloist
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Iee New Glamour

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QsII THNEW Rambler

It's a brand-new continental-styled
beauty-i-t can out-maneuver any other
car .. out-distance them all on a tank
of gap. That's the Rambler 4-Door Sedan
-the new idea in family care! Come see
the smartest car on the road ... drive it
... price it today!
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Newl Shwaeiw ur egm rAi Ms *'-w I&dl and
Needle Ieewbr I ei Nae NOiw ias Oside
endiNade0 Innemicl to ddve Sale
Tumless Tim Oil..l-".AIl .easq" Air Arlisr tB.dl- hel ->fwin
Travel Ieds Hydl*Muic Dlve ALL AT NW
LOW PRICSI irm-n .. I
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a new idea

In a family aeds u

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fiadio V AdcMt pd $1&UrA S3idacl

* Syl.vania
#M serenade -6 tbe............... 2750
SHTetlle RZadio CI'ec & tubes .... 45aO
08 it Lighter ,Radio Clock, featuring
Pane sunt Dials 0 tubes ........ 55.25
318 HBgh Ideity Record Player wiT
dramadc new "Burround Sound' .... 191.00

* Cheseent
#400I Wed Automatic Record Player 69.56
Mol eW Internlx Portable Record.
Player ................................... 9.60

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box g o o" u. e z. "oi *Au"-.ii -n"'.- .
sy IN.Al. CRI5pUL.. cx. FOR SAUMt952 obS

,n.a FOR SALE C OI p $100.
MIsraeal"oi "rih se t heh i 1w .
D.D.S. Miscellausous Cob.k. oed
'tm *PFOR SALE:- Rooe eir seidi- Tomp jng Shirbe." No. 11 CoMl-
a. KAM onor, -. %-hp.. never ad. COl hWl Avenue.. ..
1$299, mell$ 270. Phone 84- FpR SALE:-1914 Fd 4-d
5*M91. esdn, usead 9 mdtls. bsltoet
FOR SALE --Billiard ftbles. very atin thro lfHwt. WI g-
FE 'ond uidtion; billard bells, ent trade of IM50 or-1I1 dr
SeI sticks. Kcorn mrkem,. etc. In nioed endlHiO. *IM: "a,-
ANCE All at very moderate prices. Cell mot. Phone 2-2011 oerl-4M16.
Jaramilo, Phne 14, Colos. FOR SALI:-1947 dg se danr
'FOR SALI--bautiful pups. 4. -door, radio, Mood cea.dle.
Sermon Pellce. Very schep. "A" Phone Penoesi 8-39514.
15 Avenue No. 10-61, So, beside LE u l T
the Ntional Conem tew. dFOR SA4d S L.w--14. wPleTw
5de 4deedCr dkaAwithh lNe
-SARAGE JOHNSTON. Get sidewall tires, radio in ed oC-
free brake eheak-up wit every edition. Call PaneM 3-6291.
libriaetin job. Ests in la- ao- R SALE--1954.Ch_ w
arive repairs. Our motto: S FOR SALE-1934.Cwydo e W

*do *-h -asaI,|. nylo upwhistry; w/s
FOR SALE.- -eaihful ilmmils tires. Aulst bW ook retall
bi on- your car by hones o- price for quick sla. Owner Ian-
bboe ih viduel. Car look Mkse In lthm.-.' Ph me Crltbel
.w.' eho 2.2775 for infer- 2329. HNoue 8003 Mergerite.
jlyt'l FOR SALE Baugal. 1948
$ 0'.OR SALE:--./-tor miller, 0- Studebaker Chemplo Convefli-
Sllen water heater stake dy hie. Very M trMwepolrton
OL .Cima. meterw Pihoe 3.2410. 150. Call S o t, Hunnicutt,
d.1l, do F S.LA., PMhnr o00, Colon.
90 FOR -SALE POSA -... Do tw -
-a deer Rodeo Wag. V-8 Pew-
a Boat & Motors er Fbe. ed. ,tr. $175..$
R L- Laneh "Me." ot Clyton 5126.
court Dock. MRe 2- MR SALL.-1954 Dode SRe-
im,.w. t I *.on W-m. b aS 2-331,


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or; p. "fsto -I-am"oi- WAs p au N.NI.-
t..d endt e euingu. 5" 0 ,4
porleaving lp 0','.. "
iel. so WOIWU RdUWIW
blinds P lmn k
Ph. P ine 1-Wn w S..
at Ne. 34. 44h .I. .: .

FOR SALE. esaiuM.10s S. 5w^I"j4S'e1
and velegas. cih o, Ou~i 7zrL;%rinr 4s
leaving. nih. 100n Muu*. q n. T
ta. Phepo 3-232t *:: n. ar

FOR SALI,-3-o. e k .
n. u**bned pla s, p nll a*I a**
swoon, very ;oe B.e
.1100-A wioMo 00 ,'dR1, IOhRRi-C*il.iI a
teu r rod *i el e fa -. .0. % d -twF o sli dt s
lsmers, etc. P. ilod o 9 o
sole. Cbaymn 5148. -- 5. t-fie E 'rclm
FOR SAL:--Two Ped-ow 4 Ave. l F
mdel (-tee windy m unaiw ek h
ditionere 4 vo Bela _* i .* bdrl e lsli,.s, t bia E
ry 43366 ialcM enob. Cdl Pai p .Men eS ln
em. 3-595S0. ,- dd Mo,," tW. AV
FOR SALi-We. don' t irl2 m*s P'e 3-S.
with us. linil 2i w $1_ *_. ._ __,__ _->!1 S.
ing machine, w I" 'T ,
n-ow -.,, ,d"IgS WANTED
fean; pepsrt .
d se f set uHoif t:ho Miuceanoe -n -
and ht h a .e
rocker; l oap rd 9 4MY COUP n e hlidp.,
alsooCInis 4. -4uu voco416 quarsn eA .
be -n *t 790-D TvbuU 24, w eor o meH.e. Call
CStreet. CUn D 441. A .i eibe 2-150.
FORl SAL. S,,*or d ,iE"r Akl
hoo s-ger, 25 -, VAWANTED
c ramic pickup. P m e Co's-
, 675. R__ .. _oo __,_
FPOt SALe &tPi b .os;.'ARMY COUPLE desie v nosim
tour cbel&ir,.o .SH" e as e Nov. ON1th, Coll
shat re. 5*ws 6C-457 Rmh Ws..
I wiser owin. mist. kllo .--
were, k th9 e 9
1FOR I1A: A ieralblmta lH
voeg es eloom INMrletfMR.
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los,. d*rning .0 I baf OROn- F
Fps- N t. -45. A l ,
24 Ay ;,. e 3 ,, .

&"A IBuu ad $. *lu s amenue t mw tmaRaw 4
hc, e.J ,.- t w .te i we ..- b .yhr'. ..

S.llRh. m H. 'ama o

a.'LESuONS average 22.08-'l"ght bulb" 'EWWe
r.. ooe ,nd.., g~.ig ,~n lean home a o.

LAC busOe salmy bI fo 3enra l MS KS W4
.. 1 11,we ... ye- L a 4. 0yars. .a.F.,

lp, e ToLate-!- .
1FOR INT l'pp *e morelight bli than the' A avhrgs
pimet for oonphl. futur oe ouL
aIah enlt riftBdrd, nce$70. Caa|l at M I.^W 2mJn f
Avo.' -14. H RMb. .Son, 'w" oi t

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E'. ;P)rice $750.00
pown $250.00


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SA 4otorg eies sumoed' from
town to the University of Call

appeared to have been overgme R ut it wong be an uninterrupted
by the heat and the straw if lat for the old lolut, better
the trip. Th ill man, who ks own a the Pci c Queen. As ae
some English, told the doctor D4ing" maritime museum, the
that he suffered from a ecearet t reemasted iron ship's deks will
SconditionH. L' quaerste l ho the ateps of tourists in the
Tulupnikov. however, refused letter of appreciation to Norman Thompson, supply Di .vb e, lht of her caer.
dergoe series of heart tests. He employee during the Fiscal Year 1955. Thompson's partitctpat.on co Bay frertoaw, lahd, where she.
alittlehtt re than at hour. Wh en during he F '195Wtch il gthn e UStbon iis Capt. Ned asde ret Ao 5-ayer oerha
the trip.TeII an, whoPUU1ro and refittig fir a ear. Nea
the y went on to its next Ash, Chief of the Supply Division. (U Army Photo) every maritime industry n the ay
tep at e ereov in cf.,o to vst a .. h a ret a ta ontibuted ney or fcslty,
Iipa ckInv exchange, he re- oassistcireor lolthe te re oo. tion oft pnoh oldsh aship
e htirotmsetr well enogr b to s H a t is hRaod 1 a ritme labor tno.s
-et off bconfth. I'*1f4 IteI doate the labor.h
Rut duringthes eTt- h Y1P'i nsShe..sthipoprty"oteS
cIn staonvr woth gle.m in ie- o nationn.
The others continuedd on MARfD TREK, Ark., Aug. hp, Mike, my baby, Randy, and
scheduled tour. h o (UP,rAh ope switch rail burl-WI had just finished breakfast" she A v amphIrer
the went to the c'trus Its- four pso,,gh r coaches of the sId. woman who hai neer aboard the
.. ..on, one dt .e leading "erperi- Pisco ESa- -0-Florida p -"We were welkine back from ship in 1 nu 'tned her the
mptaep aters In ,the country In e al ieac two t.eedacked boxcars the diner to our car and had just Bacl a in cr naCilts
I0 d sub--tropcal agricul- yesterday, ILve persons and stop e n the washroom t o cei at Pier ao. htewas Mr. a
w. But while they l lfteed to igurin at-m score of o e d it s ame fred Du, r ahter
-o theio r rankin member, One of the b'Was an e8-mon "I. earhi.di. scream. tand F afre. D aunno d i.-ter of.
Vladmir Matakevich firsdep. old b whe se apther also was and i te1 tre n saw e had the ship.
StYmtlstr of Sove cul- killed. If allen from er arms I h Therfthe name Bal
turi, venal restat r M. my e arm. tr:edo T.- s S
P ItnrTvIwthims 0i.. Raiy. c ,fe -ab irt, clut .a...o
.W.. L.. ... mger, attt '.ctlo.w..s w e.
W "T' ot arskdinuedn -or -inTheEswitch, wi a. "Mie- u'Ta -32n
s1hii ul o citrus b r cah otpeI SrentsY wadibroken from hlbra- The nsdead-strtewad was idn shiAp rew _mr- -Nw .m n t
Mf- wents ... .ex itre sstd a."fr Pe .i ner Springs, Kan. diners killed the. onm had.t & t h
I'R, et tWzers and orchard oield. ,t erm switeb ''l to as" ... m Cf itfs le kn tro the
meteof the drleangato at an- e. o...._i theFlor eigh,;t- were Patricia Jane Crawford, a- lUnited KsIdosmipnM

Mid 4 trd piail gmcul.Iyesterday, fishing all three.nThe three coach-a died in a Memphis hospital. paaPes.
reh.-tBautdwpie they par-tLeo on the rear also were hurled Pvt. blabh Thompkins, an ai r- The Ialulutha's hw owners put
.teulr ran wg ng '.ratefulIthnal-fromm the trackhutdidnot bovr n m an fom Newarkdity, NJeam, sand h her ion a -. Alrett@ eAustr aoi

left for last'w as lIft lea png ati a 45-degree as occu rrede "w found myself upsid e r laska phe tohusd
.Fr t Sveide to where tc- .e. between tran seats. I felt and was
ha v drhe wht r the, scar W. Neiwander of Mnrk'Imke I was on a boat. I blcedt s ie-

Sule ifort the,Ru Tr.R located 2? miles weat cfout" He too remained unton-
alan itoso caveles for her InMemrnsrTenfl.. said he and .s scions until hospitalized. I-
ora" sked .l f o toura-.If ano "freer:ck" rJtrdid notew Paul P. Reesew k 5, .of Atlanta, iS. n I.asla
a whci rus .month-lo to r a r-n,,- i thue thracksr Ga.,T was ee the ctar ai next to the ship. d aIn

SUitked expessed e '*Wu looked, upan saw rogdad coach that was badly wrecked. k retired to th
1thveeto ..!tho ofthin g hfrom Iwe reluutwiene' rall sero "U itdre; an 'Inu a she os- t

Per8dade over tiyers. The' Negro gt, o bdIa it.. .
c s diner, almost ripped a Cole., was oked to the floor.

fl"A soldier came flying over my
The Neluwandere carried a head." she said.
thatCann li-foman thetrack,.uddotov .,The manm lin was expected to n&lser me t .A.tra
ftt ordI ansB des)nia asr I-,.arocurred."!msepeb w. .ay .a. ckas'.bles
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Sa lad recently completed
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stcoinoTed' .he .e i. ...- aut three us olved tae.fl ul udr .Ey.^
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stry oheaz ual faults," asid tfA it A-- .t -:ls 1.e and the thU d oecsurs two 1 ^ ^ -,
aiter. What a y futs?" or t weeks ago l. a -rth -id. tavern
Ane thouht a mount ad It's naa. am .aholdup. e. -, l.te
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SJ m PThe story of is capture rnlilet Yor City it Se ciOmio.. *
Slist wtfl nboe celebrated drama of the cap ddtta humansgbuilt this found.
E&uWtO64 ^ -slaying of John Dilbinger In 1tain Wainiagton Park
ashUt- hb ]Leu. toow, t 308. S ... Equare Jus for a dog'l pleasure
Yp a Noii aI Great Mar- the movie theater Wedneay IItwo
c tR, : money I'a, ght but lost out in a guna oel.
board o aome, Satury kening Poap a e gunman wounded and trailing 'MG LETTER
I r Hunters r handbook, True blood hivaded the nearby apart-
M an : Pwtagal and- Mae t*t Mt and Mr...oaiat DES MNES la. -(UP)-
le- wI; Bowa on the Groan ow nd the 1w rl". M1. BviM Sanderson sent minie-i
S ,o;,o to Play Bal~ T21e he.e ho Via p etterse to her neigheior.:
Deatiny. NaguX 1 IS w S Sab pAbotnce with he.r black
,Dean; I V. :.te-' o"e I, Case, who was
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engines Shaw .co....d the .. I.lay to. "Th a lot for
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HERSHEY, Pa., Aug. 20 (UP)r-Timely hitting .
anid effective pitching gave Chicago Heights, Ill., a
Sg6 Victory over the Panama Canal Zone and with it
-the consolation division title in the Veterans of For- [
ein Wars National Teener Baeball Tournament.
Th. panal zone team has been The box score:
Sthe bet hitting outfit in the Chicago Ngts. Ab R H 0 A
't urnament. But they hakd Utle Canneck 2b ..... 4 2 2 1
o success again the partside Demith lb ....... 4 0 0 7
" unebali Wng of trltngbean pite n- GOreen as ......... 4 1 1 1 3
er Jerry colangelo, The Chica- Maxwell 3b ...... 3 2 2 0 1 .i
o H elghts hurler allowed them Kennedy cf ...... 3 0 3 0 0
Just thr in and shut out,R eynolds If ...... 3 0 0 2 0
catcher Brue Bateman who has De-Butch rf .... 3 0 0 1 0
een the lema rng hitter of the Piuut c ......... 3 0 0 8 0
playoffs. Colangelo p ...... 2 0 0 0 3at o
he Illnol agregation hopped ---- 1 t L a TIi
ff to a two-rue ege sin the Totals 29 5 8 21 9 t whI
opening uansa and were never 9nts In

, e thi trd on they chalked up Sutherland 2b ... 0 1 ,0 1
their only two markers. Kirkland if 3..... 3 0 .
Wayne Wall pitched a fair- Bateman c ...... i20012 0 PONY LEAGUE PLAYmRS OUBTS or Ccro- CUf A' 0t00 SOL 8
yI effective game striking out Wall .......... 3 0 0 1 2 members of the CPO Pony Leayue team who were entr ctnd at a banquet as Mt
1 Ooftheoppoltla, buthis de- Durfee lb ....... 3 0 0 5 0 last Sunday. After an epijoyable meal of steak andIl.e cream, manager Peters u
sense betrayed him in the Chase rf ........ 3 0 0 2 0 member with a jacket. ... I
o penin t haln when two rou- Frenchtr 3b ..... 2, 0 0 0 0 Top row: Wilmoth, Favorite, Trower, manager Chief Peters, Brooks, bereas. P ,- S
tine fl l went for hits. The Curdtsc f *e..... 2 1 1 0 0 Bot tow row: Bidwell, Lenny, Bat Boy Peters, Byrd. and gl- e
winning on scored in the U 41
rd whomei S kwell s n- Totals 23 2 3 21 5 .
Vled and 01 be anedy doll-
loed him honm. Chicago Hgta. ... 201 001 1-5 t I ('i ed ten out a
Coach a mmet Kiernan's boys Canal Zone ....... 002 000 0-2-N -Ci .yave O nly. b gt
rallied th ,iohbotto-.half of tn. o.: o I won'tbe
Inning storni ; eir only run! nrm a batted In--Green 2, "- -fora -,....... .. .
on the three IOU they managed Kennedy 3, Sutherland 2. Errond "- '
. to get off .cop-Gee, Wit one ,_roen. Twk base hits--Kene.O In "
s.owa Bud led sharp,. dY.-Sutherland. Three baseh its28L6: LIUD inew r .L.s
to gBudfclirlrt.e aa 8 wTn Bage naBig League ClubSIn Few Yvs Geir, C
lto right lBe stole second and -Canneck, Kennedy. Stolen baa- J"L ]
ent to third as. Don Ryter esi-Ryter, 'Dprfee urdts. Left *r a -9 r
4' ipped a fety In short left. on bs" --Canal Zone 2: Chica- (U Il -- total-.' 'V' aa- -
..0 Rer Ryteft le second. Owen g gt. 5. Baes on balls off-. NEW'YO M,.Aug. 20 (U K)- -:e k"To. ..A',
Sibutla1 em doubled over the Coaa gelo 2. St uck out by-ca- Meittyq New r ea ael ou e my v .i

le fiteldrs head, scoring his lngelo 8; Wall 10. Hit hy pitch- only on e major league b ft el t eam t
two a The rally endedma -by WA (Maxwell). Wild wnithinafewyear. 'Rsw
we irltyadhbid t hWeakly toTa ye ars the Yanes ",o.. 1 ". .i-.t sr -g-y" .w a ;- "

d KIatcher id iBruce oBatemaue 1 -I g piC iefr-Celin olangeloh w L l sT hlt wa s sfterog n e -tI withd
' ap'ounde out to short.i li1 ptcer-Wall. Umpires-CPa- ,ydo e o n. e 1" .. today by|Walter "' ey,. (rtP-'-U .7 .
Sutherland wasu the cu ly man s et the Ren nhart, Seler. Time n rs of ,' P o '|rd L nhIr kl.yn"Do dges.r Id eil
reach first from that time on.l gTme-1:45. Of odovey says the Dodgers bewill tWh i .-to rL- .of 1 3 1. a

wale ds t ien ethe aixul^' bd ____l____l_ _oen o ut of town within two cenit (1e rsit -an hfs
k,. walked oa open rthe lxth buth annoaih rp-
a own. n as t d d years If tthey cannot mob tain I i e -ta p, t
to n s t o hm 1 0 r. a ,P, ,ti S pg fl l O hun c i p a l .o .su, m.q t h ._ /co -- d b a na,.- '. .. o. .h e 'i-.o.

"Woed t he t today aI new' eball park. wou da' b e
l e j st o n, h i.. td l o alluey Also says the oQlants

tKiernanafter theme wen ewill havtoleahe e Yorwil a: p .
"hei wase coo Cael l i a r theaeldo.e Hepoinc Ou Th o only lif li nedd that wHil a BlfotalofIII.But In free ts Moo
opwa sour .c. n odorlvdan"r ve.I- e ,Gia nts, ain source ofJ i, |il -.lner basketball, the situation in tt t or .-
_Um w_, ..t ,m,! _., ;,e-,I,. e; in .H tw.. t he e tw bs an t t .,tGtl Iantso r orx Panm c t 1 0,u oh4 andBto the Ca- l r !n '[ B e -mIth 23 _ad t
Cod langelr of the C aan a ,_e "lg' ien" t ftrhe 1Se season Tbe. out t will be a victory ifeliner h ve fired In 7 pe

MZo h ... .Da.. / .yhmoM8 wt0Fn f ole 10 to y bongt thaveg to-Gr o bbe eay t- -Ca-- ..... .e. ." 1 V-- ._ .6 nlP) In. eta other s t t;
h tour. -me.n e-n- o .- l ,, e aht no i srtf d lto n othoen bW__RIT-hn bute.tem s a ov fk the b eurea. hlealba ck bu 4 per cent,-(88 of 141).
i s te, Nt e s & oo tnr co ebb ataue o defeated ar on t or a s the n th eUarn ul's tho u o' e
aft* i Jlohngoon R.I., a f o t h e mt 1 I6 ofb;,th e it a, noa anatt their t i t. ton b the Panama AroI d g A. -N e pecte d In u- .

Or 6 4 e l C fi i^nal ypvanrabubaIl uns ertdX hi .t h th wlest c aes 15 et Te Bisn had g n o crown I th TfPate o t .
1 enhio10t eoa dreeu m Oiny o c dof .hthre payoffsei I (UP)m r "ff.h

Sto the f alral a agains"A. emrsanio an a d a, "th a- r. -l-a e .p 42h ands ,bate ad __he IS ao t --
the loCmn ndeodya.. l Jatin tarlld "fs'nhe lool' rt .-4- Ca.v _
treone ru n his del icat es lto e.-6-68 t we far ge m hoverti 0to e i e for a r ry d relaa.ed t*Aef
te rdonstn, .r and he wi/tl mn e '.s to-1 e o% ld the i.r yr Th ae tpl itle beane trp t hea- Cah neiy ther
-o peninn'todriver e lo. beie "t he scin oebatite battle l ,b o. t ..... -ae wh rl bu n. s d 8im
"l atornmentr ens to0ay O ei -inc tes thoe t od by tng-8 to.ts inDoverame to-e a tm a the2e oRi. ctryl. an r a sed_

itfdeum ui l o oer ,_e .leaon E orry Da -0a o nd th e d In thyc.W Touneys fve o
third" n r marker of the odayIn157se asn.- T hes- f ,ove;sh ,, .,rid
0Ml wl be e al ewa stlddil.ton ea whee rore te itea ls Mhave aacebyTI st ac M1p1e0a o

S atrh. ayr t 0he st iaw th .3 poantper a to ohusra o Ath&gi tt h aea....e
I a ;ahcnR.forthe, b t lest o by the e eseIn m a seMotu i bte estd lcoena owe a s lJ o Go.oW t, o

/ "-h ,B fc 1- yA f poonInes: "Wet hae i so el ff Mlm n0 h e Tlh y *7s al te h is tal nfen' ofaottr
,Bven BrooRj n a pennant con T him to 1n poats whoilt the aa -" a eree- days lci 23 two J of the _
:ten der tI yeat ahe r o I s W0er 2,tToL himself, ly fne .-s o ,ow

stheI e, b frgo thne city e 's Kobbe's offen ve aged coa m. rdteet he l f a l B

r t l mtep on l ethr 6uefb h we canb t fltad ra way t bletenteC o n s ,0Daenidtely the enf h t e thest
S,. d ... ,' ,_ ,o ,;,.., ,K~M A, i i 'Dod ers In Brooklyn." O'Malley er have held opponents to 68.9, r fw=hag== 1.
ea" nlbe pl4 0 u 3ies, O. as:t f a d anbet ot or theCa. .. 'n a the o e l
"E "e n dto. Rohes -3- I n the la.t fivertm coae be- w d. il e 'atO
mo and Cleveland to have muttween the twoi obbe e two rwa .e. .. % ,i
prooo n sted deiun itwelyIs nc tude fthronb I b P C2%,,5 Jb-dA4 offthe thacferintlf oa

crl y x. R IDAY ndSATURDAYth ealu a tItsownDry P6 ad dd w a e i f t r ith a rat
O'IMafclbe y fdia 0D-m oliin 69:68 fLs T inAMO "vrie t te Dne thev $ Amria b m f a r
era w on't build the r ik 1r on s-hate f ort e leatue slead a85 Derby tfela0.

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S -iFrom China Slow To Panmunjom Pace
DOWN U.S. PLANE News- q f
map locates washoere G ENBVA. -Au1. 0 (UP)-Chl- .Nixon said yesterday the Ge- point s very slow. The report is charges Chinese students are be- 2 D "; B S
1 by communist gunfire nese-Ainerliin hegatlaions here neva taLs with Bed China on not encouraging but we it ll ing held In the United States a- (CoaUwelsd ti PFae 1)
near te demilitarized one of settled down on a "Panmunjom the release of 41 American have hope." galnt their will.
Korea. A second plane, search- pattern" today with no progress civilian prisoners are "not very Difficulties seem to center on These charges have been. de If- 'it." harts'flownover the
Ing for the wreckage of the made towaras releasing 41 de- ncoura ." arranging a -fae-saving device ni ed reeatedly by the U.S. ov- im isel ohe "The erwe
downed plane, was fired uppn tainted. Americans, He said after a 75-minute con- for the Communists on their ernmen a could g ut Th eser-
well inside U.N. territory ( The th meeting between ference with secretary of State voir coveras w aes.
presumably by "friendly una.ambassadors of both sides pro- John Foster Dulles progress has .ao avecdT eot.were order-
duced nd results according to a been very slow but the United 5 ed in feordd; AhaBb o. Brook-
spokeslian. He said they "con- States still has hopes its nation- field, Ri ar.; 4 bston. 8an-
tinued their 41scussion" on the als will be freed.. diszleld, Rtsher, ..ast-Otl and
EXU iCo l change elvlians. There has been talk in offi a dozen other lowting area.
Apparently. there was no dis- cial quarters of breaking off the (Continued from Page 1) A helleopter pilot-aid the cty
e talka-to a breaking point or in an effort to force the Comn- seemed to be ly under
Heore St CARE e o ion o either side to bring Geneva dis~ussIons temporarily. w -. ofphia se ld.4 t nJeael ndflerd
Sto a pltete'deadlock.munsts to quiet stalling, drownings, electrocutions and The were courain. down the water" which o wed the
O rM Bothide are anio toke hibwAy crashes. river ward Philadelphia. All rampaging Westf River.
Kit For the ar r fere ane lou n The U Nixow who returned Thurs- Damage was estimated at far homes and establishment along Fifteen hol plte
Swant* its citizens home and day from a California vaca- more than a billion dollars, the river were aertedi back and forth 'Central
A California resident who -ias t hlee want t get on to tion, told reporters.there are .Flood waters poured through In Philadelphia, wlie the and Southweate Msichu-
U.S, Vi e Consul in rPan&am a Ht matters which -make no plans for him to. make h hundreds of cities and towns In Schuyl kll meets the Delaware, sets.-
back in 1901 recently donated a -the arto e r ood-will trip to Russia, in the Pennsylvania, New York, New police;ditributed 50,000 pacecds, Amphibians churned-through
CARE .tAoo package as a gift to -t matter partf manner of his trips to the Far Jersey, Connecticut, Massachu- warning residents not touch flooded streets picking up refu-
farm of-local union inthe Re-Jeered"agenda.etapicking u.
li me of local union in e Today's nearly two-hour sea- East and Latin A erica. setts, Rhode Island, Virginia, any of the caps. eeson the way.
public Pein the thanks!am. of t l. Delaware, Maryland and the S com s munitieas l&,Pennyl- A helicopter pilot. Air Force
in peciin the thanksof tlie ht rl Informed o rces *.aid, how- District of Columbia. vaniarepo asmuhalxto Capt. John W. Amildon of Penn
ciplep' % Fr lp A. .G d tr, three-weeks of negotiating to a ever, he definitely plans a tour Rail service was suspended on 10of rainy Yann, N.Y., said "We s -peo
Panwrot 'MCAR Mary Lowre t next ssion et of the Mid-east and might aRp main lines in several states. n pie on roofs or in trees."
Panin Mrs Mary Lowrie that e t 1 o a lait E In his role as Pres9 B9ton, the hub of New E- Lehigh River ns "We use ho th a ling'
heun hislwaYs hed of 10i PRichard M. det enhower' gww ooll m land, was without any rail serv- at Allentown, Easton ad onthe end of it. Peoler u the
Pand ice.rBethlehem; reached its' Sylaest allne around their booliex s d
Inilete he went to saom enteafter Army, Coast Guard and Na- level:~n'history at 23.4 feet, we hoist them'into the bel l*
,that i189tr he first rrdn to P Wtome senator. meetng hated after tional Guard forces used boats, T passenger train Were ter," Amidoq said. Ie flew ih
nmthat iIe first arrd i W the enev meeting that axon amphibious vehicles a~helicop- stranded in the Pocono n- co-pilot and medical e
ama ew father who .be sent to Moscw as a further tenr to rescue strandedWsldens tain'wlith 300 persons aoar clan
p C lC eturetw e Iin r elas, and theamp flor m r pa.nd tpters dropped food to when Amidon said, "I ouldMnt
*ept Co rl in 18 ,. Speculation 'arose that some a ton, Pa., the hadest hit t reU m 0"the air whether
" 5ars a hin Mta.lancl l t he-air w hether std r a,
II .Russian leader es might t. h oHld t oe othe nrdectbit
,. father d mother lived count i exchange. Th 'dIatrous downpour wi ct in tt wasndr reserFoir ead to break or
tn ars heute an st CA SAB' TCA, Mrocco, Aug. r n e change r eel" discus- by the d a hunreane. Tbe Countless Homes were swept ,ii a a doeB rU t ca-
as al s 20W (UPJ-,SBI~At holem wu. bun do s eyt ichartge but he bureau aid e the tester picked away at Scranton. The threat of
OR, Twi 11 stigu-a the c.*and l Ca 'pIls
,: owo alf iit 1at lent der-yon, up~oea moisture and ump- disea9bhrng over the floodied
~a'Jg~i at totaildera. Pnl wr( a< ny a~ n4f 6nde ..ol1=te iaot Unoiaof th water "p"pl yl er, ,
the olb thel st n. said three pe rso ee e saie called on Durles t A state by state breakdown. be ..
d--~fO the 1ro were e fill4n on International de-shod
deorc tfroofr t le oin a menta durin the patt i 0 s hoed: ,- There were no. casualties apd
,thefrkojporBitlsu for inB OVe Febnch" trooBl wbt. into action ael during the ev atln W comet, but
t eIn with timepad for the eed timp in 24 hours of MASSACHUSETT Ironically the city had to tap
""od V nded lt ullethadtoayte of emergency In central when'thereservoir let ,
Iellw and help rieings et rose-to 11-per.Chrfstian A. Herter declared' a an emergency waterysop
Sback ure" he wrote. p 'sons led and t .least o1 wouit- Mt ra n eervoirt
conclusion. he ar "Pease, eda t c t e s to f a the Amerans n Rd western parta'of te state. in est ringeld, the
'wi9 you kindly re m r m& .to Long columns of1Mooccus ran Nthe American In Rd China Thousands of persons evaAcutqed i flooding Westflld River roseto
andI.:throuh th stre eb..rrfthirom towns tweet of Worcester. within wo feet-of dyke. the
tr me or niy.fa t ad I quarter ot southern Flood waters burst from rlvdrs eastern Massachusetts ex p tion
S.ep oi ncalsretsirt Order .t a ms, y rt S omeuthernw
goodaasome do." 'l beganerrtie bdofcest ar"t Ul3 rines Orer and dams and spread destruc-1 grinds. eSama O0u v .tt were
Iodown sger eeet o and ele- .W N TON. Agn 0nd l-y. rBvaophted as a Precauthon.
he. pralncipsal street. They weraTo ARIwam, another Springfl ld
wed a olnhe arl n the oetor- al. -a CONNECTICUT oov. Abta- a suul rb, was evacuated when the
Ian banner, 6 o e field Im I nyi h ham .Ribeoff placed damage in Co nectlcut River oerf ed
One cai offlWswounded northwestern Connecticut alone banks. Refugees wvere taken o
y dlo alshd T rot ed r t one-billion dollars. Health 'u- schools and churches where-.cvil
by dsge s at po a ou h unTssi. n b thprtB es set p typhoid-cl defense workers and Red .ross
htdown street la d n asahd le- Winte, orrngton and Bristol officials set up shelters.
a dowe estt qams a i- WAakINaGTON. Aug. 30 (UP)- co- opltely isolated.
Ri otinth alsoabro-.6W In t h e M-Irie arrCorl today dered INRd YORK-Towns and vil-
R-op a als be n t.rOe c ion of a radical new anti- lages isolated In lower HUdOn
gbb ngqurters of : Derb Old tanm deAroyer known as Onto, or Vae. Bridges wahed out aRd
Icght at"The Thing.,"
The disturbaneitar ts fa htar l t e highways blocked.. Port Jervs s
&Wh -.andleasant Valley underwater.
were a violent *iies to tomor.'ed recoilless rifles, four .50 cali. than 1r0 persons marooned In
o Sro-nationalln Sivr Moha mmedr toulr Ot s, ah G0 n d a .30 call- Point Jervis including a w o8hmem-
o-naton Alst Stan ammedb Thibcn e gun. be o ou tr
Ben Youssef two yelrs, age. bhr Bay Scout troop.
.atioadli ra qt f o CapabletofAtravelingbabout 40oin A inaGTON, D.C. The
ad ,fld ph t t on h.arrun Red Cross dispatched. 16 diak-i
det. Hfe ,,tlo.qt!. nF roch.ims, rather than heavy protective ter specialists to the New Enig-
cla nc-i-Ties "e ie -- apre aTermor, o g et in ir blowsmat one-1t land and middle Atlant-c flood
1m "U on m .tanks and o theer battlefield tar area to Alssist volunteers in c ar.
oTh he omlit adquarteri here ets.. lin for refugees Tfrom the high
A CoWr of si~lng since Gen. Alfred w. Gruenther, ou- Vaters.

tadks lsoil l e ord n ey r n e ko goat
SropeIoneen ....t anoehered formmanerm"eThetasPENNSYLVANIA--G ov. en. He'll -q c That's the
todtgo.tdo Ou d'yror- nf p t ed A rmy. rak ecet I M. Leader called an emergencyto w the o the notion's iz-
rnter cfeewordothaof"if toe is placedabytotdemrpl nt atam uP
r atiks" et-lshaoa"ptget.theSbell offePl. Nation land, Ohio, Pooch is as ft as
...... In Pards, o the lcablet offered the ubanglCo. The nder Guardsmen already were on theo-bark on dogwood, all the
Ar I t rfa another ede to form "Thel 6 m d r Tenl lousand blastigcaps.y He'll quench that ahrs
~u4ifbmsan raegw Th ofg was ,- g evetpledy
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"The Thing," is known Is a hit-
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