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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00847
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Sc.. hoolis titf L UtNOE MAReAWlA SCHOOL
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coming school yearFt. France Field Guli
Theo. baa bO Dm i1 to" ,am,, avy
to previous year Ins Hool I pad Fort aidphNa apphl.
tricts of the civilian communities,
P although several changes have CR.ISTOBAL ELEMENTARY
L s been tade In the assignment of SCHOOL
psom them s aroo s Armed
areas e o m Grades K-4 from New Cristobal,
The school distraeits and residen- ld Cristobal, Colon Beach. D
Sal areas ior .h ae been an-Lsses Area, Fort Sherman, and
astollowsN SOO Knderlgartea from Coco Solito.


IM w'Sab e:rrn ,le o fRI LSJUNIOR.SrENIORi
Sights, Cable Hel"gba *Ilboa ,IGHI SCHOOL
I e to tt tMbAnm action lnCHOOL
Building, Panama, Fort Amador, Grades 7-12 from the Atlantic A.
Fifteen Naval District headquar- res.
terms, and Quarry Heights. __
Grade s 14- Cable Ilights,N er--
i rick Heights, Panama, and Ancon,
including houe. 536, 537, ST. 558 o r
s16 and on the Ancon side of these .-
houses.
BALBO EL TARY Pbn JJob Goes

Grades 4 from Boa and Cu- T.
ta95T Of. .A .iRol.vs
Grades K-3 from ok AFB.' An apparent low bid of $2,750
Grades 14- from' nth N. D. was entered by W. A. Rogers on C


8ES8 AN t T Gloria
Lockcrman, 2-yea;-old spell-
ing expert, seems I .high spr-
its after winning $19,000 on a
New York television show.
Gloria had won $40 earlier in
the year when she finished
34th in the National Spelling
Contest. She has a week to
decide it she will .take the
money or try to double it.


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i MIAMI, Aug. 27 (UP) Hurricane Edith p
power teday and charged through the Atlantic wi
S 100 nhs on a course aimed.in the direction of
mainland 860 miles to the north-noithwest.
earlier advisories on the year's fifth tropic
Wd1 tin leted its strength might be diminishing
bop~edr eared with'a bulletin issued at oeon.
..Fj 75 mph winds described earlier, EditQ
h4p4 id to 100 mphkand weathermen said -
incr size and intensity of the storm' coad
pee.d in the next 12 to hors
A dis eitnc In the Gult of
Mesieoe 00bapred in harmless in i
h winds of not more rLv y_ u
t-IL s


But t b, following a course
general tr eled by her slteru
Connie anditmane, was getting
more dangerous.
At noon i atorm was center-
ed 0o miles southeast of cape
3a ru, $.C., and was moving
td tnorth-northwest at
seven mUd -.paunr.


The condition of Jae
man, who was serious%
in a motorcycle aoccde
ds ago, was conoder
ufffgn itav X 4 O, I


A a i ini
playe n, di.
uoring at ocoolo Hot"al
after a 4 nI_. ..
Mr. who was 68 years old
had. been resli with his
dauhbter.ant son-in-law, G. L.
Terrell jn CriMobal since him re-
tirWoent in 1980.
BDoa lm Philadelphia, the re-
tiredwloe huas resided on .he
ithu for the last 40 years.
e for short breaks. in
service, Mr. O was emplotd
)Wv Cranal company sace ISi3
as a- caulker, diver and ship-
wright.
HiW dsa er who Ianow in k


W TERMa M B1n 5As ie a
Cross fMo or flood'.re6M lar
the north trn states. .
In tiUn the cheek, Dom-
inican Jo n .
Salazar that*W=h bur-
ricane Oc h ry "tl
people aoN of = the
United and the Amerclan
Red Ct were among- the-very
first to succor to the Dom-
ilican ple.'
The t- ea'u battle aalnst
0distegrew ito "etoal war"


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An iAlbrook rsm e plane was
expected back eart ths after-
a on with survivOr of an Army
helicopter from IAO8 which
crashed in the little town of
Pundaclat, about 45 miles north-
Mst of Barramaulla, Colombia.
'-No loss of life was reported
there were no other details
of the crush available at press
-time.
A 26th Air Rescue Squadron
BA-16 left Albsook at about 4:30
this morning bound for Barran-
quilla. There, flight surgeon,
Capt Charles ames boarded a
Uating helfloOpter which was to
hb tol the scene of the so-
t, b d toQbe Itnaccesaible
jn'#y except by helicop-
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S C 10 authorities
hetic i *iMed of the
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Qades 7h frame the Pacific a-
rea, na .wi Gamboa.
DIANO EIGRfTS SCHOOL
Grades K4 from Diablo Hts.,
Coroeu,,Curnmdu, and Diablo Ter-
- Grade 14.from Los Rlos.
*0COL SCHOOL
Grades X4 from CocoU.
Grades 4- from Fort Clayton.
FOBT KOBBE SCHOOL
Grades K-6 from entire W est
Bank except Cocoli.
Orad~ :'44 from Albrook AFB.
PEDBR MIGUEL SCHOOL


Grades f.' from t. Cyton From
and PIrdr Miguel.
GAMBOA SCHOOL Ienve a
r~., Incentive aO
Grades K4 from Gatun. lIn from $10
t i iallv np-rese


Grades, -1 from Vt. -Dav. I a
SOUTH MARGARITA SCHOOL P nama Cana
Zbne Governm
Grades 14 from Margarita. Ft. IThe briet ce
Gulick, Gulick Hts., Brazos Hti., it the Governo
Trance Field, Navy Hospital, and attended by
Fort Randolph. chairman of
Grades 24 from Ft. Davis. wards commltt

Stole Auto Radios

Aw ag Owners

At Sereta H..
"TwIlvti auto radios reported sta
len over & erfod of sever
weeks ae- waltina to be claimed
at the Secret police headqu*r-.
ters today. .
.Deteetives recovered most.of
the radios from trucks which
travel.between Panama and.jhe,
Interior. However, some were
uwndJMstlled in chivas operat-
lg in Pananm City.
A -spokranin for the Secreta
saM all t. the radloq recovered
are in'l condition, many of
them neU
The spokesman warned that,
Canrwois hbuy stolen auto ra- I
'os rn. risk of losing botn
iif m4V and the stolen ap- .

Jean Hersholt
;o s Surqery
iD Aug. 27-(WUPL
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for his role
M radio, was a i
t day in a ho- i
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a. ouunuWr un Bu auiOn, jMe.
The Somier bid was v ,750
and Bildon made a proposal. of
$2,931.
The work, which to related to
the current power conversion
project, will involve the diacoa-
nectim of the three duplex con-
trol switchboard panels control-
ling a 7,500 KVA frequency
changer and the equipment ln
the existing outdoor substation.
The work will also include the
disconnection and moving of the
pilot wire relay panel to a new
location in the plant to make
room for the new equipment.


but t1
e uI!. Aprales
not Doel d I t he on the
ertously UI IIlst.
The polio vieU ; wto is four
C 'e. old, wa not given the
Balk ati-poll.svaecie, It was
learedfrom the fanty.


Her parents r. wad It..
Francisco Morle, Jr.reside is
the San Franesso area of Pan-
ama. They have threo other
children. Teresa has not been
in the States recently It was
also ascertained.


here.eported.


Gas Tanks Explode.
In Indiqna
WHITING, Ind., Aug. 27-(UP)
-A huge exposion was reported
4t the Standrd Ol Companyo
Indiana here at 6:15 a.m. toda.
Police said two gas tanks blew
up and shook buildings lour
miles away in Hammond.


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Mason, W
Skull rr ett
although~ g
ill list.
The 1-3
thrown frW
ing on Mb
Friday mog
into a KutI
Canal Zo
vestigatinr


Balboa Commissary Storeman Receives $100 Incenti


Gqv. Seybold For Alertn
ward checks rang- the recipients were present to
to $100 were per- receive their checks and high
nted by Seybold commendation from the gov-
x employes of the ernor for the Interest shown in
. Company-Canal their work by suggested im-
ent. provements.
ceremony was held A $100 eash award, one of
or's office and was the largest to be given a em--
H. L, Donoan, ploye of the Cainal oerpla-
the Incentive A- tion under the Incesuv* A-
ee. All but two of ward program, went to Raben


less Which Saved


, Martin, who is employed as In the
a steeman at the Balba Co-. Plant
a--o. g Other
John Via
HB award was made for the wright h tInh
special services rendered in an alan; 0. 0,8ro
emergency in which his alert- ard WO
nese saved the lives of si jv;stt.]
fellow workmen. The inAl wa
occurred last Nownber wh en
an ammonia coll was ruptmWtd


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FOREIGN REPRESENTA-IVE. JOSHUA U P8OWRS. ING.
345 MADISON Avg. NEW YOKM. 1171 N. V.
PEN MONTH IN ADVANCE 1.70 8 S O
FO SIX MONTHS IN ADVANCe *e.** s 0o
FO"t ONI YEAR. IN AODVNCE sa.g 8400
VHIU IS ToUR FORUM THI RIA1DE0 OWN COLUMN


: THE MAIL B .OX
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The Maoll Box is oan open feums toe adens of The Panama American
S Lefers are received gratefully *nd are handled in a whollv emfidental
. meafler.
It yo contribute litter don't be lmptm l II 'desMn't appear
: *at day Lette o*re published Is the order mahlo.
S Please try to keep the leftts limited to em i ealth.
-- Identity of letter writers is hold In strltieloe dM.
This newspapers assumes as powsiblillyt for ttetomets as splede
--apr i seein l fetters fIre reodem.
0 -
.* ,FATAL INTERSECTION
": Sir:


In the past two months I have been postponing writing to
you, abgut mat preventive rail at the intersection ot the Trans-
Isthmian and Randolph Highways, and during this postpone-
ment two lives have been lost. and several collisions have taken
place.
I would like to recommend, and I am almost sure the Canal
will agree to it. oz* of the simplest ways of overcoming the toll
of deaths on the highway intersection, isn not to remove the
*uard rnl, but to atop the speeding Carm 10lo before Vg arrive
at the Intersection.
My recommendation, which is very simple, is for the anal
to obtain 200 or 300 of those corrugated uteel plates that the
Air Force used on their emergency runaways that they built In
the outlying locations. .
You just lay these plates side to side, forming a rugged run-
away, which God knows will wake up any drank driver, or any
sleepy driver, and, he will Immedately come, and reae that
he Is coming to the dangerous Intersection.I
These steel plates did not make the plane bump too much
on account of the plane's weight, but a passenger car or a ten-
ton truck will son feel the difference in the surface he Is run-
ning over.
And If you have these plates laid at a distance of two to,
three hundred feet from the intersection, they will avert any
future calamities.
in other words, the Canal would not hive to' take up the
tracks or bulldoze any of the earth on the other side of the
tracks. Running into the swamp will cause probably as many
deaths from drownlne as the present guard rail.


The drunk's mental reaction, will not repond
enough and clear his mind, o know that he should o
door. And what about the companions in the car?
falls on its side in the swamp, no one will get out al
-A Retired Government in


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shopping for your
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be Towle Sterling.

We've all of Towli
poplar patterns ril
in stock to show y
prison are lower the
expect: teampons
a.m, anrvg f lee
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.C E NT T


Labor News
And

Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL
Alongside the runways of scores
of civilian airports across the
world are thousands of our army,
navy and marine aircraft. Wheth-
er your Pan American Strdto-
cruser taxis down the field past
Globemasters in Toky o, or
. past fighter jets under machline-
uIn guard on the vast Bangkok
strips, or past giant transports on
SPans' Orly field-the old familiar
U.S. Army star reveals our flying
boys are around.
You get the feeling thatwebive
a tremendous number of winged
fighter and carriers and.that
sooner or later we'll be forced to
stop producing them. Furthermore
there isn't a capital in the world
wher the scuttlebut doesn't have
it that Wasnhgo is about to
lsh warpreduca as a gesture
f t wiand peace on earth.
I O lMide tIformation on
Prtent EZisenahwer's disarmsa-
mst plans I can only reort
at being said. But almlrently,
tht. ia.blef in e oine bbor cr-
lies, her as well as abroad, that
there wfl be layoffs in aircraft
and armament plants in a year
or s0.
This being the era of "guaran-
teel" Wages, round-the-year em-
met ad the dally unveiling
of ee plans, you can expect
lar fliers to begin developing
formulas to ease the transition to
dllsmuaaat If, or when, it|
No-
Tre are between 7m,000 andd
1,906,00 aircraft workers in this1
country who are largely dependent
on huge government defense con-
tracts. If peace really breaks out
and these orders are cut back,
there will be heavy layoffs.
So Walter Reuter's United Auto
Workers Union, which first came


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FtO rmel -l- obeif raie A s. b
basd on a mew flancing scheme Ml r. .
yrePardl its the help of Digby's
law AM The Commaissip voted to
disallow L,371 which Transoen
inebthm ed Ieluded in its n.w.t.
rate bape, and DNgbr did et q3Ue
aside, is eusoatry We S . W
former law client ,Is coneerad.
Ilowedt u"mumlcy, Comeeu
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d quickly e- UP -u nuOvily PUcize f"sleee v
pen thecaua Annual age, now By PETER EDSONU I per le t. aAVw.. A.
Ave. -lg as mylbet dud-eat d Smie
open the car comes up with a new plan and new ing a my but judgment dicttes, (UP) -P ll Chidef y A.
If the cartinitl w I wouldn't be here." Smith said today a band f wite-
ive. masked-,ou-I wmlda't we kere"
nspectr. It may make as much noise ast WASHINGTON -(NEA).-It Is June 18 4 1 .419break i the 10 ases in Ma- 1-YBAR. LEASE prowled the ity the pat twek
h AWSif th W irr'ft in s till touch and go whether the June 25 277 485 ehusetts. may be "Just a bunch of hf.
east of the new CKOw mulam willmajor epemic of antile para July 9 408 77 .1044 her Increases in new cases are a power oml h aspo'ea i."
...sS .^^^^^ ^^^^^ s. ,,, -.-,,.
rs run -I-nto scores of millions of -, sis this year. U.S. Public Hea July 16 56 1682 130 much due to geography and popres eged to -o oat am* i .the But he said he fet*U
larM and aps set a coslyoat- ?Service officials say it will take July 23 All 11 173 ltion distributl as to weather most sheeting wa t the their ea t
torn d s, eraseof y the Amen another month or six weeks to tell. July 30 101 0 T t hit the northeastern ree years They hy "I U taat's ake
defense Industries A let may den on the weather. Aug. 1409 0 ESiS art.of the U.S. Ja i e.poraed.rdroeaIfrl daim slnes pvat he ef~ lan," ,
We'll soon know. The Auto Un- Anearly, coo all might cut down Aug. 278 1904 31 le s euItia of e i ntry uctiide f a J a es offeral laws threat ba the fat u alt e l
Ionhe. iwWrteste expis newt. pl an AgUn- alf the pop n eryutilities for as spelr as 100 years-- "and I don't believeyIt's a setlous
in wolla tei t its new plan -e- Te he cdece greatly. Aug. 224 3e01 tves In tla a ,,. direct dae of federal law threat to the mmu,
i-Guaranteed Employmaent Plan The historical pattern show a Aug, y 7 3' 359 The great aa _gr4 the naet six which limits leases to S years. they deepit up. We're yig to
-Plus Severance Pay-in the st shbarg rise in the number of newi Sept 3 es2101 1 k, th eiref I Ihe companies getting thess lushtrack It d."
few weeks at the pit Aert cases of liomnyelltis-to give the 19.. 0u ,4042 thetickly of boiazas are:'he we mased men, who
wwe U its rr name-from 2.0 h

nautical Co. in New Jersey. The -- me to mr September, om Bpt s G 9 easo wear e tape cro es on
the union contract. c vering 20,000 This is followed Sy oesp Im S. ptd . I 1. James Black's Paeifle Gas their bare .hests ands whit shorts,
iisworkers expires Sept. itdu. Peal n- ...... ollowd gorreoon ie. m be'4r g a and Electric. Blaelk has ben a warm they e e "shot on
S workers expires Sept. are alM Ingly sharp decline to e the end of of new e rei I. tae guest t Es we a Ieonh. y at .
lio For aDecember. From January to May wsrms cftd.-
er way now,t ailtnt ito Gae weeu_ er f rom J anIouaryo Mar. a was t ~ of 's'ialle e dental stag dinners an is a mem- warng they cold be 'hot an


Du Aois aso hsi n eto h e numberof 9new cases rp ot_ al me.rM WT O &.as ut a. .bar of Sycr t arye 'vi *Weeks'Bu siness str1 o sand ouU *o" nlt -
ap s re a r N an - r u r t P o vsrt o U iv t e f or o or the Bt bu w m ofan 1 e D-
the Anon's a ta, hithe aetsweek hs under 250. NearMw n of t A s d r. B es



theesnto ntes osheeonnsat th eesrs e a o tit a a a d Tw o inteiothr n tts-erdr ow t a r
hee nUA W rtsi. ..... :htC:es, .:s, T rda n h Ti'



_Tohseas UAW ae ta be e t a he boargeaoie w.hee rmerwinters. Je b Waa a
knu&r of new ea






.eawo u ld w o r e re rm p r s s 1er i h c r n
ma bl r this wyt of September, dutn
s7,000 worker Its government e t -pidemic. The next we et eag thew
.. bwast a na drop to 3542 new cases. t Y T 1year It d in t ake . a). ea i l i .a a no k l- -'t m







ae of mn e uase ys t h lay off aMOa ebrth ndoyworst dangeranevery Fte reottispr.ae mv3 Iv lut Y Asi t anybody verymuch," Smith sidU






.Can ,ct e oranteeing,'aleu to 7en 00 twe os th danger erL llo te+a. .ino B, .voi .orth.e Bla lt- Te"w ffo
that at least.O 5,000 of themse ,earryea.causeh orte ji ti. o nc epla ntwentIat aeoffact o & The M ntas a Pow p oli" tlo sike more. a .kids
Sbe rehired th plane are the PS f ure on nw But Public Service fJuly 31, gives priorty to childn tos i
Never ne rmrd esunehisploea, "ee in r5-totee rou ler twa Compa, aDirmed- pr io to tae rank. 3t it wold hbe too badi
t t o"- be"- the ho d tttoshnve t o faOh tr n bp SmiE snai N.-- ...... C-- or
S s forthe corresponding weeks of redlct that the country will ge million ss aso bsS it re al
oe o l sevof erMne pas eande the a ll time hilhs braofa- ldg Co5, hic so helped t S hsd sa s
erh eorl 0 tstst'voe rawe'r. where were nearly o60,000 break ofr the dead disteas. a program. a dat I wd oh to
Sup pos emenod eesa men n aves Total numbers of cases up tralls lst year no lewr evidence site e-sways recently put a&rossstrlnge bwands beo a -ue. "wa
mn tern t sre -- "- h" tae lwtetnteo-to ghe te o a tbateoI our wnl'oeds o a e
ormularp they -, ouldth be on Juine 4 251 224 972 0 as comparedb to 1J2,5 for last two t hour weeks, af.tr the thrd c sonn, It'_esaieae whthr the young
S ou 293 309 year. The one mot serious out- shot had been adal nltOr.d.backtow6e dualn.g Woom- presto .,__
Stwo and a ha m a th ratn e r seo rw ear. e Ne m r cI mWil .ad ft r a. ,flmen wos. d makeaddtlu ar
*****jj**h^B~Iriu~ ^ o lgewwsrk. IA! C f t ll f i7 S i E of vat. itlitloi enraged! Tw baby mittens saw the pro-











__N AN b checks t sends o the help the mrwhileyth'reNEubli digsdtyg ata fr ti
B seeking now -rk.thea nse tr r te rn e Cpe u ers, t w
It's aifficutlt strike an average p u hthebpun lie that Cnengreeepassed 'cessioncThursdayunpedight. Tbesas
--- hut inthisexanipethe sevac Niv YO RK %.uuvrvn a theFederal Water Powr Actt basnse. h updbr
Sbut In this exa0'nle the several N wY R lCF t ,De EN I b-i tSh theory that the B s t-toe arBnd md e mark the door
pay could be as much as ., 3ter re-so-o t to all ntheof the house where the b Mwars
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Md.eanhl thrpresm i,- thog. hASTE adaARE gooPuEcIRd when J woeeo P t* Wo f OaNe rO an tn fr Ri
00 men of amthSe oree iginal 7,000 who00n dCil i d w o th mso ia rd wt hi cav .
may be rehire b the the lia e t itw ,d eel. b iTtIt t aox- t 0 n tw e n 0thiswR k .

ftmp n s rser eaosf h 4 o ir f reurm ,
S arsnd go r Kelly wears plain hornimmed morrow's Gossip I ,tems: Marilyn aangsters. Thy n't operate tidt f to ariate
t sr ite of outI These pe tael around New York abut Monroe restored by anonymoustBe lv El i, which isr ure tl r
at tm enw oudthe nn gte s- dark sn as umw h ab phone c ae the wise guys and t Uh e absolutelyso awsyend of that tie, decreed, DI
ery td get H Y al Aots. Figures. are s ior-unistIed num- Ad prevent theb ,V eeaafi trahe ir

Wul Alma Ross Fouja Prim affr would
type of guaranteed wage which.DBeetntihl Ama oos, Lows Primer ." .tTodays LanmFle. oru vg tf the license,Q..gflIgotheWamortized,.andFw-.a-
was mwtten tthe Ford and Ge first wide and my one-time 0nel- item: 'Terry KIdell. Or am I re-Ifor them mefryomaAws h o ofhelcnstCons M i th W N. H



-rald uo b l to r th at o ie i t. of ..oto. Tihe C ohM
Thiguaatd wage Is a CmdIcer Art Stander, who P ring maestro y Anthony ey Sunday with a pip. In addmtu pI H" a l
binstion of private company pay- duces Janis Paigas TV show (and ... Clementine Davis. wife of Ed- to heanb inelemed wrd pipoeIs :=yar llnthere
meas -andstate unemployment in- dates her in his spate time which die Davis of L & E fame, out of also nmseit that way -h ,m e ere.tedo a
*ueranen~ayd. P is nic of bcl1 at113kiftd her the hospital in time for the wed- wrote a seag c e "'s."l .'"..

mads tOalaideT workers, TlWse, cn e dt. money Oberlns neat month -TIp to record companies:

hi s P ethp' Nothif a'KZh"er. Marc Keen Stu From Kean:'"Greet .Mi' "
adspd n. o h eamR,-- ,te feto Veao ings from thocity were P Pis .
4-.. _- %or, birthday withL A. IR. RiddlelPies come.ni udhe land of L.lMaya. an I a .iNI Y ,0"
.srm dlru dem i y.m --whoever ho ias.. FoydMaxwell, brigidas Pam Den,'" w ri ee ay,, and "Eeday.-
eountessonduth ryoufm, SRAiapof Los -nles Jane Kern ofthe sisters. "I saw aDi a Si dim." as despite O,
did, on~' teG.uaraneedk nn Ntw papor Publishers AssociationNMartin & Lewis movie with _lian.. iii"J'ts'v t. It I,,
Wag n iwhtosuceededI t late Steve-Han.-.dubbed in. On Deuno It looked-
Wa ._gn as publicity advisor for Ns-,good but when Jerry made li _wt,
to ltartMIu.WARNIrd practicing the pI u go he it just didn't seem right._Iq.edo t lsTp! w.um" warows o.-.
.. .......JGpreaches by patron he am-ten days the French .Riviwa jja'j ,-,."
-ST. PAUL -U)- 'nmr-uetles rrt s ptwith aomm-andh# a very gay time with t bs ean the
manFi el1.here:,n n mom .IT Gulman's famed Mary Craw'lGeorgle Jesme n Robert ..
,,aSwhile l brf longtime and is busyRouige BaPn Buttons. Lwas.Wiebrs t uptn,1 m -d'- iIi was,
sotWite yoarl.ram. mss _,, m ~seflinig AMat theNouse of Nor- 9 t to i qiaor at a gala whom. aa a
lbt hero killml. b m rwIfe'. nW inwe C OWL Gina t10110w whateverhernanu. ---"
ow.An. o."The Poo pl's Vaerldc I thought : : n _, M.-wow] PrSSuse a_ .U,
e- f-mer. Army Sc,.eceay Stevpen d adChrim" andiEdmunld j Wit. use hm en Rmahbis
an you'dW ) bul )_ kow th4 the Citi-u. l Mh.t0.idfeeaing.d. They'_ dide .',e
so-wI..of !T+.,,.. a b,. m s Un boh here.Now lucky can youi .r in-s quea l Pip-s,
a. dinne. far Chn upar a l'moF rom "Trm, "eto Purdom mn -He i g -Bom daing spin. -,.
N Plau eueLt. vstln4 pr,'.,eeito No ISeiola'n" Farads: ThatS,


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to East and hope for the best
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.i* h eu play 4ued the kin
Spa Wst po the ace and re-
turnaed eBt*M slM dedatdrslhw
Stookfour -ohades, adheart, and a
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the. dummy for a finesse.
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Idlotb ,the tenao f lblb hU ,
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a .tuUe l to dummy wih the
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ro om a Sy. t-A -id a.n... -big .
Say It. a pity irgbe!s way.-tesnt
old enohh to be tal w t 1 40u. .t
pose of8 1fln1at ye ohim in T e tr be i, hue._ .us-
We' n gl doet snall's -inch hi dam ourWles for the false mak-v.
dBieaudb I pc e t" foe ,.i? la ad .id nor realistic.
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W-ft tMti, you'd i Bnor QEW YO UK (UP) -Teenut
whft I thought about It, would dt butter cookies as frute with
you? mTei whY are you rue m altpostev ooeY oeU etma kean
and o knoty when yor grand- easy peanut buten thepke by .el-
Itowing your fav Ori. ecipe fei
See roe? Wh do you let plain oatmeal okis. l the mak-
their dlsiaB .of you maae you act as, % b;ttQtute-i U .tiof peanut
like abadboywhuetituth is butter for 1o cup of 4.te shorten-
yo .-hiYooft roe tind?" iat ..ad add cup of chopped
We've got a child suffering from pdanuts.
manipulation by resentment. i--f
In an its degrees, hate can wield tg Jf
a mesmeric iThluenee upon chil- BUSY LAST DAT
dren who have no' been t a u g h t
bow to resist It. Promptly, in its BOSTON --(UP)- State Police
environment, they'll begin to iex- Lt. Frank W oGeist wa retiring
press the faul. it wants from after 27 years' service, but he
them exactly as the mesmerist's didn't loaf his last day on duty.
subject will start picking apples Four Concord Reformatory pris-
from an imaginary tree because owners had escaped. Gest trapped
the mesmerist says to. them on the roof of a buding
GEORGE knows what hate does and recaptured them.


WILL START OUR

SALE of SALES
every Item reduced at


" VERACRUZ" RHODA
An action-packed film released next TUESDAY at R
the "CENTRAL" Theatre with Gory Cooper, Burt Ave. Justo Arosemena y
Lancoster, C6sar Romero, Denise orcel, Ernest Cane s
(Marty) Borornine and Santa Montiel in top rtols. 111


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more th t yea. Th Geor a blrwm
SB s pors ,f aeatr pear ce ch ,sai~
rwe tatlkd I prLeter Collp anset. e-w
. chairmalltf b iN Jersey Peach utle 1

C iounl.e ma the fruit this yesri SEt
is of fine quqi o add large. Then sid up, ti
e Wav 1..To Jersey peach about 'xi
Do'e -Peach shortcake brown susas
Four .-.4veary ripe) crushed margarine.
peachgje of Ilmon, 1 cup and bake- i
granuhl .tar, 12 to 16 thin ,-
slices wlt riched biead, peach dqere s F.
slices _pr.klevd with -mon juice, tender, abc
shredded onuL. .Serve warm
pI. eeh; remove pis and ,or U e",
all st : sh-us enough o l
peaeihesto eake 4 cups. Add sugar
and iemonj:iee, nd allow to stand
for 1t jlQItWe.Trim crust from
bread, ulive euttered (I% to 2.
quart) tim '- dh with slices.
fitting P e< to tihy. Pour -
In peaches and cover with remain- .
in bread saies. Place plate on
itof; p weight on plate. Chill
shortcake in rfrviator for 24
hours.- UnmON.ld.l with sliced
peaches on top of cMke; garnish
with brded coconut..
i Bkemd leache
(Yield: 4 g stln s mervngs)
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'ANISH POCKET KNII
WITH WARNING AND SAFETY SPRING.










LARGE ASSORTMENT
of Knives with cowhorn, and deerhorn handles. .'
Hunting knives Stainless cooking knives.


ASA SPORT S.
FURNITURE HARDWARE HPME ARTICLES -
7th, 11-18 Central Avenue Near Lottery Bldg.


South would be equally safe f He rged that a system of
West bad alj four Cabs. In that criminal law be enacted. to meet
ease, -a' would sAow out on the standards of corrective law. to
frlt' r d 'W the suit and South replace the present system which,
wo kIed a low club to thehe said, was "a hodepodge;,
eued g1 finesse through West's archaie aid difficult to under-
ato.r the suit There would tanl."
ea problem at an, Of course, if
the, lutbelAA2-2orS.L Scool Probatioa



4 'm Probatie f teea-ae ofe re is
even tester. J Louis pulled out excitingg bad les conditions
at th Moulin Rouge and went back In some schools.
Mast. The Show Beat. and an.
other. pla .are advertising a William FP Rashe director of
"package deal" which is a round- the Milwaukee Vocaonal School
trip flt fro s Los A*nsled, in and chairman of the Metropolitan
nor two drinks and $10 to gamble Youth Commission, said too many
with for 025 a head, back the youths are returned to the com.r-
same bight. The Nevada Tax Com- munity "without real rehabilita-
miasion really opened the door to tion.",
the underworld when it approved
the late Toy Cornero, Tih his He said "the judge of Children's
record its hard to se how any Court is faced. with badaltern
other hood can be barred; butO u tlveMdwlng the y-ou people to
when did Nevada brood: Ibe released on t probation or
don.t kow. -Only asking. committing them to institutions
Epidermis o Bust: There's where they are influenced by more
stripper in Los Angles who calls readers.
herself Gia Brga He sal mere communities
W.i.d .o a hi te w Wf should setup modern .corrective
Wiom owfa,_Wh.ite"Way 'otf: tItuOtn" whee juvenile delin. |
Only chumps call for bimbos. Let ,stl tu te wherfeu e ile al
'em meet you where you're going q eouldbee habilitalU L
Id- lMn' good aight it front o --
your pOew.-thn If you wantto be
a sot live them cab fare hose
so. they "on't have to id he sub-
Way.


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heat TUBDAY at the CENTRAL te, was before the
cameras for three mor.th. During this period, the 250 A-
merican and Mexican oroduetion and acting personnel cov-
ered a good deal of terrain In a convoy of special cars. The
selected locations were principally in the Cuernavaca Valley,
although some were just outside of Mexiqp City, including
the are off the highway to Toluca and the historic El Mo-
line de Lab Flores, where the climatic battle scenes of the
film were photographed
'More tman $10,000 was spent on one set alone a mas-
sive reptoductlor of the interior of Maxt ilian's fabulous
Palac. In addition-to t-e construction cost, the sequence -
which took only two days to hinv-employed five Iundred
leAicen extri. wearing court. a e evening dress and the
elaborate military uniform o the ~erip; a 140-piece orches-
tra to provide mlsle for the glittering ballroom sequence
priceless furnishings of the Maxin n era, some of them
borrowed, otherashred /rom: duae, aititlques. Advt.


SATTENTIONIORTANT

__NOTICE


MY FRIENDS:


There will be an interruption of electric current
en.August 28, 1955, between the hours of 1 a.m.
and 5 a.m. In the following sections:
25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th Streets East between
Just Arosemena and Balboa Avenue.

On 12th of October Street between 18 East
and 22 Ealst Street bie.

Companlia Panamefla do' Fuerza y Lux is
constantly working to improve your service.
So th61 you are not greatly Inconvenienced.
htbemary interruptione will bl held to a minimum.


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Gale Sberwed is one of GMax
Liebmamn's big hopes for the spec-
tacular- season next fall He's lsq
, working on epeos for Anne Jeys
o Beed 0 =1er1 and MAlre; =isk
S, . Relst easy--although Pl ay
Lee will change his format in the
Sfall-to a circus show--he'll still
Keep his checkered hat and lt
T' wa gU Town'st'" Mrk S me
S. pb a WestCast widas ,
where yotno tera' can y tul1,
am aloto o(the filtmed TVUi
Smes. Stevens is the right man r l
Sthe job, too. am m t Galek Mewn"
S Feass "Davy CrPc ke tt' .Paro for W le
has to appear very .shave for t a for awhile ov.er
S ruge r drl e's eopad toj -t~ eos, he pro-
vt i s a ao Thi s I is part ofr j
to shave-I'd be so smooth TIdea
tral d I'd eus n e pilloW. hea' t fat'
* "-he"Mum "" " ---e mua.- I
wrot herets" t'o bt
n To w hat leUgths TV produce a 1
will go to entertain youI outi"1 e
would never believe, for ea a lals to
the effort that cz e into ni .
,out th i w ekly flJhtinto hdigr ..ibi. direc.
enttainment caled I've Gto R I e-
i *U.r. thee mft 1194mon ht 1e nt hset
ducer and co-inventor of ts h onn h ohe9ntie
me, blithely talks about I had committed .myself to
ebtlte/y tlssta new to agc produaIta in"
rain-phild, and here are some of at-d nw pru
the secrete o4"I've Got Serest. .sa1 vrp na i saz.nurg
Oncebread that somebody ad I-it awasgL be Fnew n ctionu
climbed Mount Everest. He'figured Mouarts Magic Flute' and in
it would be fun to have hey T y rona,, A-,now prdutlo oef
verest-climber on athe show.- 'armen."' didt know then
.' 1 work n theory," Shermanm ws that both production would
sayst mehing Is niImpossb eG.!n two consecutive
If yoq tr U7o de the japos led" ,
Shing,a mt st eionll do mees S I worked out a e"ed
Withe probable tigs. A wfor five days,
him, he olaued o the poguide an e e fayls in thetaun
himih up h p'e one and@
calledd Mount Eyerest. inW r o T m tut I fa
pay station on Mont Everes, %be 011" 3seamountabie obata.
called the narest city. Theity toI t me to drass
himthat the mountain climber rs and first performed.





S} imth--ia t ti s winter at the l o between the two place
mcouldn't'appear on-his show be- at T uri d.-alsbur. for final
cause t would take them at least be. day-ree rher
Smooth to aznay down. Itd accoeri,"etaofrday--elbum r a
Another tini*.Je W ht it wa4ue Duina. Sunday--gero p i
be exciting forsomae of the pnet.MyIii. day-Saburq Ipn
t In alsnowbalU fihton 'i.Tuesday-back to Veroaiuto
the aS., with, a uet celebrity e in a al polo beofA ore a.'
joidl" NhA Bn Mfun. Snow was "There was no airplane connee-
rbmiter at the U between the two places-.
timo.-pro the stut was agreed orn. Verona has no airport. The train
The coming guest was Paul Dog- was too slow, because of the Alps.
las, and h, )eomed to fit into So I had-to drive at night, with a1
qnowball fight patternchauffeur so I could sleep to the'
But Dowb asflatl.. -refusd o accompaniment of bumps and
btrow a swbafL. N41 ...aaft Ien .D.. the night I would
one. They am, te ouca ktee ugy thinn from Italian to
to 3j33k, Ile they Oa~su German and from 'Carmen' to
o Vtto"Itall worked 'out; but I have
a Ta .:u .promised myself that I'd rather
-the' had a man IvlAd srve wanl Poloun.vbefore I'll
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4 rood ash 5 Singing vol
8 Leopard's 6 Spiritualist
mark ". meeting
ri romn water Weep
12 Blud spread 8 Glow
14 Bees' home 9 Evergeen
15 Prmdse 10 Bake chaml
16Drupfor tTry
malaria 17 iimadrlke
18 Firedog animals
lOConcerning 1 uPerftet
31 Augment 23 MoutSi
12 Dove's home nylmph
24 Lad mature 24 Upon
2S In th place 25Arive
27 Pronoun 26 Transient
30 Salad fruit reldence
32Cbhers 27 Firmes
34 gEndish
35 State
36 Footlok part
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47 Group of three
48 Woolen thread
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TWO ADVENTUERS n...

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HE L(L OL ''-a-Id getting d hrder
to Aep r m lazy.; Ad a Stamford, Conn., A iM is
developing moving sIdew'Alkas if there weren't i uIda h energy- .
saving inventions on the market. Unidentified man above cuas-
ally reads his p Vg s he i transport ats elmt two mtp.h.,
which is the avelma Walkaifg speed. Tit a SUW conveyor
even convey Yod gUAmd cotners. _-

Dried Beef B" gl l Io 0b W
Dressed- UP Duf.C O0der WA
NEW Y(ORK (UP) Creamedc
dried beef, an all-tUme favorite BUFFALO, N.Y. -(UP)- The
for economy meash, betomne a d. 'clerics Regular of St. Paul. a
lua disi wb addition of fresh reltglkou order founded in Italy In
or eamced m rtmasand a JttJe 1533 and more cominonly known
AsRny, If you e.flebsh llBnush* as the. Barnabite Fathers, will
roam., Usau them f1 M Oe vethermale its United States head-
crteamed elnet _wOff W aO" with quarers on a 35-ere site In Lewip-
stuffed.- aeptoe. tron, Just north of Buffalo along the
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a*u .Sobuools. are the tonepins Five of the priests already are
.F .. the n located in this area, marking time
Coeisn. 4 GO m. -until they can build their study
L 'mA. 'am o. -'Okaorrullo house. Eventually they wil teach
e s"., 43 .m. Pro. In a diocesan high school in
4r I western New York and staff the
& sBacs Towni. to A~J B p.m.. study house for American youths
rp u en .fr, W- who dere to enter their order.
areu tos~ pThe founder of the order, St.
..m. Anthony Maria Zaccaria, was a
nobleman and physician wbo died
C O PG I',et in 15s at the age of 37 after a
P -e ., asn. Ovosr. priesthood of less than six years
Churches at paralso. C.Z. (Rnv. and during which he instituted the
SMr. 1m n whyse). Coldn. a.P custom of "Forty Hours Devotion"
Raw. ernando Lu Mn. Chres. Heo A and found not only the order oa
Caiivi tlav. ad Mn. CUaford Grivesi priests and brothers but also a
Bundsy and weekdays rvicw at a community of sisters, the Angelics
'hurlM of St. Paul.


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i RETIREMENT. LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JiM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0553


LESSONS
DdrNes W I School o DaMein
.opoiing Sept. th. Roegiutrtion
August 29-30-31-10:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Columbus Club.
Bulbo. Residence phone 2-2163.


Help Wanted
WANTID:- Maid, must know
t* ooek, do general homework.
live iN. Must have referencs.
"I" Strot. El Cngeoloe, housc
No. 7. Phone 3-0912.


WANTED; Nursmold with
oorioHncn ond recommeedatlon.
Must sloop i', the house. Apply
at Coas Control, 9126 $Olivar
Avenue, Caol.' -
WANTED;-4fr, .general hie-
work with AnMlrep family. 'eSf-
erances rSeuied. 50th St., house
Ne. 38. S. Friedman.
WANTED:-Spealsh maid, house
work, limundry, care of children.
Live in. 5435-A, Dioblo.


FOR SALE
Ho.ueMold


FOR DSALI: Re ,shoM f fol.
teM. .Hiltg Isem, Rltan set,
rp. -lmsWt Iporh at, edio, hi-
truauiu, tbltes, Iamp., dJes-
or, mtes, etc. 1951 CTdrat u
dan mcar. 0305 Cable Heights.
Phone 2-2339.


FOR SALE:- Magic Chef gas 491. Panem.
stove, 4-burnef. even d broil- ---
er; Westinghoeus rfrlgeotor 9 "FOl SALE: 1954 dhevrolet
cu. ft. with fr eesrhn. Phone 4-dor sedon, 13.,000 miles,
3-6356. w/w/t. radio, oxoliamt cndi-
- -o-n-... .."tie. $1750. 14-3209.
FOR SALE.-60-cycle Westing
house automatic washer & dry- FOR SALE -.1947 eCadillac s-
er 1220-volt. Bo9h for $250. de"t mdql ,O Xgood tires
House 557-I, Curlndu Heigh"t, $220 down, two "5S paymo.nt
Phone PAD 2107. a- 56 pay mM. Sirit.ice.
. . 1524-H GCoian Rteed. Phone
FOR SALE:-9 cubi feet We*t- 2-2454. 4 p.m.;-7 p.m. Ask for
Inghour refrileetar. 25-cycle Sherpanstoin.
$50. 1524-D Gavilon ArM, lk<- -
b55. 24FORSALE:-Leavle 1954 Ca- '
.- be ... . ._- dilii| 4-dooar medel 2. duty
FOR SALE: Uprllt piano, paid; Studebaker Led Cruiser
giri's standard sie bicycle, 4-dear, eutemetlc, drty paid.
rth'. .4trllera. nd b.thlunoe. 75.A..4ti A I..I Cmerela.


DR. WINDPHAIK MoedNl ClO-
ic. day aed il sbtrviuer Ch
tral Avenue e. TI-6S, Isel
Ae Plane. PheMe 2-3419. .
GARAGE JOHNSON. det afre
brake backup with *very lpbri-
cation '1jo0 .pet in eutootiv
repair. ur motto: Servile, Ef-
ficioncy. Cetey. PhMm 456-B
Colon. Ith St. Meloude: A .vo
NEW ARRIVALS: Experte m-
ty Servie... Statesidel- Llk u
Opertn... L o n EikblishodM
Shop.. .COCOLI Clubhou. Call
INavy 3112.
FOR SALE


S.HoN Mi Wellaee II t

mN. bthrm.geL A. "Ce ed or pat Ny f.NrN i, by Sept.
del Mar." merer f 7 Ave. 2. Pheum 3-5120. it S,
ane and Pqr Cl clr.ie A- 2-lti- ..on .
FOR RENTs-1-hbedrsem let, l. BelliVIst or E C-Irje. Tale- i a3
two bathreoa, hot water end phes 2-1951. He Pa..
pig poio. mid'y room. 52nd ati
3-222, during effie ho. WANTED 1 FO
FOR RENT Apartmnents. Bf4 Mo
Apartments WANTED TO rNT.-Vadeli. PO.re i '
Quarters. a" or two mths(. with Lfbl. -Ll eMriMM en
ATTENTINN I.I Just built beini4 St. Oct., 4p r
modern. f uiihed_ patients.. I, two ewplw. Ancon 2-3137. _/CrallC it- 11 1T -
2 bedrooms. c. cd water, '
Phone Penam 3-4941. "
FOR RENT:- Furnis pa.R Aprer Zvybra F xHin .
ment with refrigerstr, prch,
parlor-dining roe am,. kitchen,
bedroom tiled. $60. AlN scroen- Prlaches TOMolnow M Ai ti NrJ
ad. Apply II12 Via lti l FP r- P agoAn" .


many n A hg1 e I. @
Phone Paname 3-6206. Apt. 4.."h"o Piwon-5752. MFearem, near" e '" AIoever- A 1 CO Idu Crhuc Home
FOR SALE:-9-cu. ft. Wasting- FOR SALE:--1954 ~de S10 te- :-Screened modem
WlU Ul J IIlhouse refrigerator.excellentcan- tion. We. Hm..driv; 1953 FOR SALE:-Brb *shope "Les furnie Ibrwroom eatmnt Rev. Arthlur 7- a, 'wi.I
dition inside and out. 3251-3. hardtop CadBlceduty poi. Bel- Dmndy., situated Colop Vth St. at El Canroleo. hot woter $75. at the 7 P.m.service of ti del.
EmpeSSOCatone ._B lbo. o281 from Cats""15* U.throb With only refrigerator. verudu Potestant Church to i oa e,
Soal o ationEmpire Street Balboa. adioopi t. and wer heater $70. Phone row.
SMUST SELL:-Linoleum 24; FOR SALI T942 Cherlet expenses low. First 900 takes 4644 from 2 to 5 p.m. Aval. a 111-
a n raRattan 4-piece living room set; $200. V ey god e Own- It. Apply Cafe "Jys." able Sept. ,t, Rev. Zylsira recently returned e He WM w ld.
.N. Aug.. 27 2 steel offic dks; table; rug. ,or leaving Isthm ,tus. 6FOR SAlM. African vleto, FOR RENT.-Furnished 2-ed- to Panama from a 28,000 mil trip, 3 rsl .T5cIe J be held
Workers and the southern Coal StreetBlbs. 7 ey FOR SALiE-'52 Pontlec Chief. House 875 Morga Ave., 3Sl- smela # 46-19. Phone 3.4710. .mi ssieary raedo. Dg his 1 p.m. m tkma tlulor
... ..e... . . . .. .. el ._ _ba.time he attended the f alr wor e w


oidA.Ls Ries FOR CALE. Call 2-1S56. plrch. metal bed pbraryy quippdma Top sterre "
The Contract. signed just one s rooms with closets% 2 boths, Rev. Zylstra's wid6 range of rB- ,duitin o hs daughter, Mrs
week after Lewis reached terms, nfirmat nFOR SALI-- Wef hauAd pup- JUST A.RRIVED: Bird, dihni room, kitche. ath, dio e yarience nlude r ice f 'Clara Joseph and eral grand-
RACTORS with Northern soft coal opera- vn months old. 32nd Street d. qu.tic supplies. Tr.e porches, servant's bedroom and with ie U. S. Navy as r a d i o- hdre
P. A. I.' 9OL1.AC tons. provides for a $1.20 a day No Apt. 20, 12 p.m. *a. ishes, plants. Acrleo Trepical both. CaM be seen only by ap. radar technician, during World
(PaimrarduT pay boost effective Sept. 1.n Al ndPiat Shop,5 4 techanic*** h-* ..ointmn.. s 2-1870 it I. War II.aHe aloproduceringeWoIII
( a enri L TemLss T another 10 cents increase on A- A4 2 FOR SALE:-'54 Mercury Mo.- 31547 pi7tmt. P 2-1870 programs, served eas igounce
T t, 1 o o ~c2brought the ba- TO C TO End n condition. Tel- FOR SALE: Fish, aquari... FO NT- F d and W n the t.
i ThelNonrtandIFOiRR heT:- FwlsoII Wrt- nd W nthe States.
sic UMW wage to $20.25 a day In @phone Ballba 2-3322 oa tee at plants and s 2-p. m t* 2 ladmn, 2 bath, be"
TRANS LhAe".f- oth othe North and pSouth. The v8- 07- T.eralle St., Sunda.y. hi. l stofa..d arm qhlr. d- se mn Belh Vis a .fro f Set. is sionary service began
P"te S .i L sh m osS3 I southern soft coal Industry pro- h.. re --- ,---- co---- P..n Ale 2567. __r 22 for V2 months. Phone I. Qu itn oud in unao 1969 on the atffi
Phonse 2-241P L 2.5 2 d ucas 0o to 60 million tons of tioP cl h1 RA now In progress at _________-19502Buimkonthsmo0.n ,Qthe in9 on tho aff
s. Ren ia t about 80,OQO miners, end soon, it was announced to- clal 2-door, new whitewell times, door $275. Three speed recd FOR RENT: Cpletely fur- oneer missionary radio statlOl.
ANAl.RIDINs a uthern as da by the ev. John ear rd, ew point. enoallet -m- plyer 25-cele. Leaving. Dr. mid one-bdr. aily 19ie a mertor anta nJanuri
.. b n e f $t s a s t h oeensb 1 -u2i n s "a ree ,th e b eOef it.Is a s t h o s e J e. .tid eu o a r v o_ n o _n d .t _e. C a. h o e nd. b" M. _ ,e --Ad ow s. .$ 1 5 c a.$ C ofl, f ra ua 1 to e c r fXp-.
.A& _,- tagreeamernt Lewla uraa t at to .the n_

tO the '. hOP stor, bon"Im., 1!5. Apt. ia hwi e
TWOV group represents about two- 0oon after is return from thOe Aerpuerto. onse 1.1010 eff eo. o. ial soat $259, IWA NT M courbseat Sttle i~lfcBC C
'- thirds _f the Industry. general convention of the pI8- Iduty hoer. s eerie aotiat s0; 5 mm. Doe- god wetelun-kr Joyo Is-. Moody Bible tInstitute. x go'
ii d IJd_ gI The gUmW a osigned identi- copal Church being held in lion- my "men w/o@".,top md ie, No. S-35e ti Aeu...n
S in dentopera u ps-- At the choral eucharist atI 7 FORSALEI in. ta bveutif c Ca....... ..2.2502 He is redet of the Pan A-
bama c opera--- o'clock tomorrow morning, Arch- s r deo., yease give wT -. . m t o o f.
,i f* bamaCcommeri acon L0lne B. Shirey w? b l E rii ef $25. Heuse 'I Mar'l WANTdDan-B.inywldo ni merican Christian Network orf ain
eats. hca.an stal elebaon a"nd..reache. Si .... be Real Estate m, Ag.., Balboa. fese 2- i b delrni. PhbmFort KFort Kbbe missionary -adio stations I Latin
-. ChIcago.. -andetal celebrant and preacher, assistedU Y.Selland 1611. 2191. America.
i AW Ia Coat? .oducers Asnm. of eat- by the Rev. Herbert L. Moore. wi BUY. SeH end Mese Rl
a n Colloa]IT er Jdfnstown, Pa. Father Spear will preach at loteTe. "The Imel lle." FOR SALis-28" gir bycle
at-InterveIS It also was learned 'the 11i- the service of evensong 7:30 p.m. Cathodral Pim.se Peeme. l 2 bes assedlesn. 0857-A 01.-
to urge the creaphSone anot0 and Indiana Coal Opera- phne 2-0857. e.nder Place, oBlbes. AUtO WofKe IIr e JateIKn .
t 5agroupi l tat- tori Anna. are expected to sign Deaon Leaving
la r {coutrM 'pr t.a- with tie union tono
I pero f.. reli- Al .other IndeM asso- Deacon Moore will leave for Budet Can Be Balanced This Year * U C
)T' S 'Sfath1 claUOn have t'thiy wll Western Panama In early Sep- B udg etnnB et Balclfar tcemdaTninsir, - -.'-:
.. -,. ..... faU Into.line bet o. *1., the member to serve his year in the n U Hl l n WU mllII
Sn, i deadihe setby Lwib lr*ree- disconate under Archdeacon Ed.- enate Committee Chairman Agrees K
S Ina the I mnis covering t 2r eIn- win C. Webater. Ba -
410 oft. td dlorder" Io toAnnouncement of the assign- -. DETROIT, Aug. 2UP) -The Th company charged the unio y
on 3c4ora pa I e, the new t pro- Bishop Heber wooden before! WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 (UP)- Sen. Eugene D. Millikin (Colo.), CIO ta i ul rits i nAPJ _L I
f e booin on pay- leaving for general convention. Chairman Harry F. Byrd of the top Republican member of the a000 Chrit ould call it. e s u eft than ose granted ty the
*"' pp$ r., lM gn't.,;n time-anda--_ .R pqi for __ Senate Finance Committee agreed committee, refused to make any on strike at midni p next industry's "Bi gThree."
S.a and do pay for todaythat the budg et can be bal- budsiget tax predictions be ryosnd txon tre at a gte tidstre"r r p
work. They Waonl( for ire m .Save toay this year. But he issued a sageg he favors tax reductioonsWenesd rewcodtryt setn Robert Con er, Chasler vice P ir Hae o
to more days acan a year. ... sharp warning against "prema- "based on a balanced budget" ete
m s c ine b i- a and ool-h r tax reduc- rotary Thrge M ion announcement, which relations, said a reply at-









fe itHold Bozoor < * miedh nt a an d af ran^ W ? a ss tarB
bmrwlbeheldbytheCo- r a cut the Et-(nsunetled th oe ta Democrat'sat heydea be balano r h cadedita series of ler had mad ualfyefion la Wari v
of Gd at the home wn string, and let tse bird go. may deseeat ... ma a week-end ble ining ato liberal" offer. H. r jected bit he sDow th
ucld ae SHiere' In Ra in ers bef r te new contracts pigeon caused a lot of trouble in stand was n sharp contrast ri hov He a ed howev thu t uyeareconomicOattn ba set in the ad
th' blase LEASE e a nthe ond ldeerimajo ife..L
an spokesman. were signed.r. Milwaukee recently by cting It- that Of some of his col 7ys on 12bdgac ody9
Submitted the meded red operatorutility cable hgh above the street. 1eislatio"w. He sad a 3 per cent cut n spendiondatel tueom w
N ubttheamge a r Dionto- enenPolice mSit .b HrveyDaniel swa son Walter Go g(D-G1) ang, or l ukeInmreasee revenueT Aa coni
nmsubthtutto the word contributions to the Unitect s
l ou fo r _". wh.... Workers welfare fund. ..l. firsto to n eand. -senior member and former would make Apossble.i strike deadn at in I naIhtportuniti inar dor.to arrive at a
....~proved ... ..bY the Cnlusm. 'nh e caled the Humane Society imn- "-L.u.. of tportpi du,.31."uniosl
gmedsatel. But the society lad.,confident personal income taxes Many Congressmen immediate- Wednesday, 3," u cable agremint an allIss
"nAdwould-not reach the. hig an Je slashed in 1956, a pei y seied upon his statements as r o,.,, atew.. pittlst
till 'iecti on year, without throw- solid evidene there wouldbe ...
...... F an weft called, anda they In the budget out of balance. tax ut. Byrd, the Senate's lead.- mahe, rer ade ta hom ntFo dad oral ts w









S'o Bo" ie a rec George' Y^ was^ hopbeful exercise tax. inEon u mpre 0said th deJAW hadb d sent tO cetalk ue cnwbtacts
outzhare is e ma n Wa r uesa we rae in- ra one of the heeead unui negotatos, guarantee workers up to 6.pe
athebi st.ringRaymondWar-edstecometaxe. He also said business that the budget can be balarc-saitlocalp sents torming othir a halt- yoi
bal esarwill beholdbytheCo- d.cut the, a tn ..agoed mtheay a mlet some relief.a ,l, D tnn e-yares,.lleamt| .y u..ia half-you GO lo.
o a Cl ow e Ld at the home- s ,,anlet. o them of th apossble strike acUo .hy-offer,roijecb 'fIi
Wi .et SpringrInRain-."I am not so eertsln, however, He adde _however, that unio y ont basicaly the sme
,.be n ep..that ,both a tax reduction .nd. a aegolat would e er.i
lay., balanced budget can be seaem- tps. Ciery oi charged
bauar to.. .-onbehalf-oftheoiv ethrdo ws n ian t ba dlae us iwoe, ,' Fowrs-e-at 0
'iatSunday School. rn elbes y of sadStrike.. W onwlWall)Jert
"i 1r of the most flaming chapter o f the violent ndian and then unalane it byw a ama r t dee.futher"byhaving mnse Paa..
NOT AS!DO war--- h.i-to-,.. atthe "LUX" today: ... ..,t ty fqmature reductionwof taxes."lse...i. / -

|E.... Conn. (Up I "Y' If Byrd said he does not favor eut- been ,,u rax re"pa y.contact grewbedn..epart i ngb
irt:-. Travs, Conn x- ,UPHI..n r d~h in tin-" taxe.....s.,.. ,, unted federal . u stax.sun tilfederal
the Treasury back into th d_-mon"
--George sai din a telephone War. -MEOW

I ,'.hn cut tans lest year when control
wil l bSat stake.IAME RICAN
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Automobiles ALCOHNC ANO-Y .
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Fat Do Lempsl)arsday* sept.
Any newcomer ts th9 Canal
en by*mtueai.mand co-workhra. become a member of this
'*" k M't3. Ltddgr. n of Ostun 4ere honored Zone from the United Statea ma ,
I, a admasrer with the nation by contatin gMmHs. wel
.T acouple,.rith their chil- Wynne. Telephone .
drew 11etheir lyture home in Applicants f or membership
wh.S w ha posittan with must have les than two yoais
the resePla. reaidamce in the Zom. Club meet-
HehM a enploye 6i the Panama Canal for the past ings are held the second Tuesday
t. "' r-'"L'....-" .- 1 . of e each month, and a nsurery ias
oorECfrtieada took the opportunity last night to supplied for children.
-wish them the best 4 luck.. -
Mr. 1;. I- WAon, Director of venr T
a1an 'urkemens pieVnceu Mr. Fastlieh Jewelers. His sub ject The Catholic Daughters of A- ..
Inogren whh gold WMst watcni was.Precious Gems" which In"-meries Court Our Lady of the E"
A ou.asif ana tfruns asind cluded the diamond, ruby. sap- IMiraculous Medal No. $74 are -
otorcern. Mrk, r~ ogren was phire and emerald. tSponsoring a slvr tea this eve-
pIeas Ute w9m a onaUidion ueI He O414 of the history of thening from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. to the i
umer eloth. diao and highlights of th Parish Hall on 4th. and Metendes
.Le .foauowaig persons were .i- ,mt cess precious tunes. Ave. :
Sviea to attenu the parLy. T ey la- Disamonds are found In South A- I
&o pyaewaiaiu m Lie ,ni,; merlea Inian and South Africa, A "Marylike Fashion "Show W
.,,apt,.and Mrs. J. AamrewE, Jr., wbfthei, a t -s 7S per cent of the will be part of the program,. and A GAY CROWD gathered at the re lptio iven by the Consul tor Austria and Mrs.
Cap. anu Mdrs. .. i naamer, air. world'i dlamids. Rubies and sap- Professor Cox's square dancers Louis Martins at their home in Golf Heluhts. Guests of honor were the new Austrian Charge
ano. MrsJ A. ~. beck, Or. anoa phlmr are fofid tn India, Burma., will ive a demonstration. dmis- D'Affatrs Dr. Rudolf Bauman and his wi e. Mrs. Baumnan I shown here chatting with Me-
ki5. mi. tUte.rfe, Mr. an Ceylon and Aut*ali. The finest sion 1 one silver dollar, an the dames Rosita Martins, Dorita Aria ana Marcela Vallarino.
Mir14. .. Wasoi, MJtr. and Mrs. emeralds ceme from Colombia, proceeds are for charity.---- ---
W.' kL leoprt, ar. J. a. uldney Points to remember in prnachas-
Mr andt JUr. rians, Mr. a- d Ing ggms are carat cut, color and T
narmaiopI- ,Mr. and Mrs. L.MildO Dr. Glattstela displayed emerlTWO -r APA lps
an-.Jmr-. owit, aMr. -m fise stess in te semi e iami Wil h. H W..
,. lenway h. t, w.m hnt"n, lousy c las, such as the sircon. to- ,, W e __
1e rr'.y of teae t and aua a arl aIHOLLYWOOD (NEA) -LouIs." ,But suddenly SelznickTex., to Hoywood, failed to arrive
i,., ~,aa r. was discussed .also the process f Excluavy Yours: I's t No stepped out of the race. Other day at the studio. So far no eanation
r 4JMr. moIcu ltivating the fdI.neasoat cultured 441oomlor-lemperament" ji on set of "The Killer Is Loose,"I. It was helop th
S. 1 pnsWi,_r....a i earlst, tTwo ArovisPanama- Alr budgetconscl a ollywood. Stars Joseph ten asked him what Waner lot for o ep ason the
SMr.ear. u The halstesse, le PA dtrip a are toiu the studio line like happened. Explained David .. other d. The Lone Ranger mi,
xm s and. ars. '- anda, served aefrmsbment which peple att a Hotel El PanD- brics ae crash a down on those "AN o f sidenI t bit me.-
M,1J1 ia nds, serVd refr eshmentas"
a, Ma Att. terminated a plehlsant and inform- ma's Caraal.to on Sat urday who don't. e beoy m ts M dorle s. Iow
WV li. A htive eveningCaSOPt. I Ca venthe biggest amsoer have could I film a sovid a omut a n elm ClC enRV

R as. 'i7R theA ske, C rt1
I bu to torneda onJtoinsH-eriab S audo .. .
r. t uta o,- ,-aa-.._a Zmtn uhas been asked to I ls t i. rffe wl be pub ..didn st. 4, stdio box lunch Reed. Is in town for the BIG
S.t, Lt. AnaY, Za contact Mrs, David K an, Tel.lishedshort erv to one yon the showdown on their divorce. A BIG Cenel Dixon, a local
., .,, Coco Solo 340, to elai his pz o.ra of ten or MG back fight is loom with ttorneygirl taking Singing lessons in the
A ',! .2 to elE Ca ers of ,Jerryoigh or..oiDar thsAorn.y .. U willlbe presented on the
Solo JermoreycouplesGeaed alm J'toe re-sB e 18 *.dtal at the St. auls
,- ..anu .l ad. .V m r o e a e alike o r We lly tak one bile shoved eak Robert Francis, Carmen Miranda. a 0 nm
eai nd-rs. J. West. ri ,n .ci-em ,present some theme) mit ey .ts _i d s., "n thk re -o Susan Bal.-th. e Hollywood super- D nh at S:0 p.m. e
W. W; W._ rtester, ar and Cludio Vasquez Q.. pop ul thear upa'ompetitionte ito ail ]Barbara W I uesh." station of death coming in thrpes Dixon rlsenty spending
Mrs. It. l. Medinger, tr. Ai. young Panamanian pianlsr, wl e pla' trace veryeo at the table dM a double. i true aai .. There's a "May- s heave rom the Maphat-
tl;. . .ndbe presented in concert at the" p- taue because everyone e be" look on Jane Withers' face tan ol of Music .in New.York
.5, te _wing. Captains and .STO-JWB Armed Force Service s.., h Of em ress ?-? *a-br Is 18 miles ufm when ,he's asked about marriage City, were she is studying un-
thewr wlvoe: 1. S. Perir, t. L. Center. La Boca Boad, on M ..ep a" "o t i touch with o .y to boy friend Kenny Errair, one of deS voice teacher Tuorsky
earn, t. M- anit, A b 'i da at 8:15 p.mw. the Public Reloss Departmenlt w B allt Wasn't kidding. He the Four Freshmen. He's in town sorr.
j. u Wider, It.k. A. ayiur, A. U. e artist, who is maki anoSHotee Panama a arra tor wras a r almost five our _for a month and tle ex-kid stars Admis lon wi be by program,
-rwi W W H 1a WL, .F. o n r dabo-' of Hotel l Panaminao arrange for waiaos-v ours for a month and the gikid stars which are on sale at the.
'lerwiig, W H.. Kulrt, F. J, outstanding record at thedabo-,Oh e trart wbicleasCamenpany sit around and always at.his side. leh sre on sale at the .iks
assell a Logan, L: A. &Seils, dy.Conservator of Music in Bal- thei and er pa td wait he next aayr MGM serve Club, Mechanics Club, McAlon's
A, StobhrwrP. Duncan A. J. M timore, heree-i a student a sm- d e one else in the The .Witet Sign in he ove to and St. Puls
Lain, K. arixun, .j. .k. M'eehan, .; graduated with honors from thest air l e compal red eken smothered em loy. ro.of the Doll House Chur
A. 'ort, C. G. Didrs . D. national Institute of Music in Pa- mer seO- with r Msteak. at Baboa: "Don't complain if
Calyton N.. R. Hutcaunso ana nama in 1952. He was an pnstruct- Queen Mareela and her court customer leaves a small tip. nle.
0. W. Lewi; 'or at the Conservatory and ap-, well a the other comparasa Red Skelton in a remake of one member-money doesn't grow on WFUEAV
Also the oll.wmilg steamsblp appeared as soisat to the tnaserva. 'awll add theo the r aety cf harold Loyd's classic film TRAYS." WEDNESDAY
gents and'their wives: Mr and ry Orchestra. will add to the gae not obalia- eoliea is an intriuing idea. --
airs. it. OirW Mr. aid Mrs. A. tory only thil e costumes ean tuot elei I If the ads reada: This .Is Hollywood Mrs. Jones:
Howard Mr, and Mrs S. Mdistag- The program is as follows: may comn teforthebigpreas. Directed by Harold Lloyd." Red A Las Vegas hotel oered wealthy
er, Ca. A, Zerega, Mr. and Mrs. Handel, Airand Variations. "The may cop t p and Harold have discussed the Hope Hampton P15,000 a week 'fr
M S. "r-' Mr. and Mr s. Harmonious Blacksmith." Hayd, Idea, I can spill it, and it could a sing engagement. Hopei said
SGierb Mr. and Mrsa.Sonata in E Flat Major, Alleroo; Bisho PrecI happen. "No." "Ten," said the hotel |t o3
J. H. G eablk, Mr. and .ra. J. Adagio; Presto. Brahms. Two _- her agent, tMll Taub, "would she
Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kelly, rl i. Scaman Novelet N o To Be Honored John .Wayne's 16 year-old son be Inter.esd E Inbuyln control of -
nd Mr.nad Mrs. Add lon. p i. F sharp iinor; Prm -I I has the green light from this the hotel e r, l ,M,w It was WILL START OUR
In charge of 5van ments -,for fleff. 5 Vialoul Fugitives from t dad for a -a U ut movie care- another lofST
th4 ene Ham a; Rahmalnif, Prelude Op, with reservations. He returns to SALE
lin tTeOP.b nway ndl Mrs. in G sharp Minor; Liszt. Soetto f.ol i BSeftember with an eye Grejory Peck and Veronica Pas. A E
yIel.104 Op. 20 in B Minor. The Crbftbal C nighta of C d-on tootba and Wayne's orders: sani, accoding to pals, have -AL 01 AL
,'__ Admisqio is 51.50. There li lumbus Council NO.,1601, have Be an first and- a. actor picked Octobe lor their altar date.
lvil'atl ed no charge for military personnel. laned a farewell banquet for seeed." ... Miss Universe H ell e v every Item reduced at
auMielas ,'- s An Invitation has been extended op Jose Maria Preado of The Jad. who pla yed the Rombin-left an "J-shall-return"
W=-rl t to military personnel- and their Colop. youngest sailor in the film version promise at Universal-International
avAi havebeen Issued for families, and .the public, both f or of. "Mister Roberts," just com- before flying home to Sweden. No
tn "a ll eO e Mias the Canal Zbne and the Republic The banquet to scheduled for pleted a bigger role with Wayne in truth to reports Hellevi's unhappy
k a te Of Panama to attend. Set. 11 at 5 p.m. in Hotel JothnFra "The Searchers." about the bit role she played in
ir' d sMr..... L -"-e'a r fabsopf ----- WashingtoSn. .vM 0. ., Sa.ck, famous for "The Benny Goodman Story." ...
a ta-Mr. Clareae Edward New nrs Make Trip his nwvi love stories, was among "The Cale of the Missing Fm" is
Sc~ai et M& and Mrs, Mars aTh ais Lck. Ticket ar already on sale to the many producers bidding on the for real at Warner Bros; Four Ave. Juto Aroesema y&
Shatterof Vineland, New Jerse. The members of the Newom-,- the public at per person. Per- film rights to Charles Lind- hundred feet of "Giant," sent air Calle 34
e weddi will be held ers' C made a tio Gat sena wishing to attend may do boer's book, "The Spirit of St. express weeks ago from Marfa,
C.ral '"G- [palil.ok last uoay. They viied o by getting touch with any *
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NEW YORK, Aug. .27 (UP) Milwaukee is Richmond ... 5388 *. 3 AwardedG npeal Troplie
making elaborate plans for winning the National B .STERDArs 9 m8 W w. Tr;
League pennant next year but at the alarming rate Ioooo= .. .3 \ 0-7.
Brooklyn is tumbling, the Braves may not have to HI^MBarnmes, () =d .brbe- Or Swing V tOles .
wait so long. t; nto e
At the rate the suddenly- "Frankly, we had begun to HabaihL .
changed race is going now, the think in terms of pext year," Ropister 000 100 112-5 1'I .
second-place Braves, not the admitted Milwaukee manager Havana 0000100001 1I
league-leading Dodgers, will win Charlie Grimm, "but the way av and t. Clar-e; Scantle-
the flag bY three games, things have been breaking b Hris (8) anche
The bewildered Dodgers suf- lately, it looks like we still have L.ffi9 (8I anend (r ,' l
fered their 12th setback In the & chance this year. ble Montarvo (8). LP-SaBtl
last 18 games by losing- to the The graves played like red-hot bury. HR-Clark, .Lasetter.
Redlegs, 4-2, last night, while the pennant contenders last night
Braves cut BrooKlyn's margin to while the Dodgers looked like be- Syracue. 00 200'- 6 0
10 games lowest it has been draggled also-rans. lumbus 020100200-4 .1
t the Golumbus 012 M 20- ." 7.1,
since June 10 by defiqeting the Del Crandall slammed his see- Farrell a, ker ('. ,ohnson,
lading Giants. 7-1. ond grand4lam homer in 10 (9) and Command- ray .ug
Brooklyn, Which led b y 16 days to give Bob Buhl all theand Lakeman W- .arreh
mes Aug. 12,h a .ath margin he needed for his 13th
S helplesslv as Milwaukee has victory of the year. Buhl limited --
allced 6Y games from Its margin the Giants to seven hits in equal- TAIAIIA
within a two-week period. If ling his highest victory' total IVIVIIIV l ttdTakes
both clubs continue their present since he entered, the majors in l d
pace over the final four weeks o 1953. Ruben Gomes was the HI lf-MSla Ia le
the c campaign, the Braves will loser. I lw. w WII Le ad
overtake the Dodgers and go on Hershell Freeman, who saved
,to .win by tree games. two games for the Redlegs a-I Ov MontrealI
against the Dodgers ThursdayI '
night, did the same thing again
The arae last nit when he took over for NEW YORK, Aug. -
STllesn P lrIade wing pitcher Don Gross In The Toronto.Maple Leafs owned
__ the seventh and allowed only one a half-game lead over the second
scratch hit the rest of the way. place Montreal Royals in the In-
MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS Cincinnati broke a 2-all tie and international League pennant race
5r UNITED PRESS knocked out Carl Erskine in the today, thanks to a neat five-hit *
seventhh when Roy McMillan sin- shutout by Johnny Hetkl and ..
LEADING BATTERS gled and Johnny Temple doubled Frank Barnes.
(Based on 3O0 official at bats) for one run, and Smoky Burgess Hetkihdurled foureshututL d DY TO OO-Charlene Grave, (left) and George laughter
NATIONAL LEAGU Hodges homered tor the ?d taken a 4-0 lead in the top of who took first places in the weekly swimming races held In Ga-
the fifth i nni ahe v w y to tun during the Summer, prepare to show their stuff at the swim-
Tiayer, Club g ab r h Pet. Barnes, who held the Richmond ming mett held at the conclusion of the program.
Kaline, Dot. 126 497 107 175 .352 A fine five-hit performance Virginians the rest of the way '
Power, IC. 121. 48 A 76 5158 .317 by roebi Willard Schmidt of for a 5-0 Toronto victory.
I uenn, Det. l8' 507 80 157 .310 the Cainals best the Ph11es, The Leafs are four percentage I
Philley, BaL 95 303 48 93 .307 4-1. and napped St. Louis' points ahead of the Royals, who
Mantle, N.Y. 126 447 105 137 .306 three-gaae losing streak. It were Idle Friday night, and have
also terminated a six-Caie 13 games left to play to 'Mon-
AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia winning streak. treal's 12.
Sam (Toothpick) Jones of the The Cuban Sugar Kings missed
Ashburn, P. 114 434 72 142 .327 Cubs, who pitched a no-hitter a- an opportunity tp pick up ground
GO'nella, kin. 99 379 70 122 .322 gainat the Pirates last May ,12th. by dropping a 5-1 decision to the
Klus'ski Cin. 128 510 95 160 .314 held thelm to three hits last Rochester Red Wings with Ellis
Post, Cin 129 507 97 159 .314 'night antid oYe in two.runs in a (Cotton) Deal gaming his sixth I Ilr'I
Aaron, Mil. 12T 506 89 157 310 6-3 victory. Jones' 11th triumph win. Allie Clark smacked his 23rd
of the season snapped a seven-homer while rookie Don JLaset- I
BO RUNS *game.losin streak for Chiago. ter hit his first for the Wings.
,. ^ S ICleveland cut the Yankees' In the only other game, the -
hi.l, Red1 e ..... *41 Amer les League )ead to one Syracuse Chiefs downed the Co-
'gameI. e-bus 0!A,6-.

M P w A aves ....... 33 although he n _el*ef froi
Ray"Narleski ih the ninth. Fer- ,~ l To.i
RUNS BRATTED IN ris Fain led the Indians' 12-hit
Attack with three hits as Tommy
Phider,_Do ei........ 116 Byrne absorbed the loss. n M i
Jsn, d Box ........101 Washington sent the White
luhewaki, Redleg ..... 09 Si tumbling Into tbhrd place MEXICO CITY, Aug .27 ( lP)
-W Cubs .......... : I97/wt.a 10-0 beating. Carloo Ra- T r st American woman
a I i su hold Chicago to .A hits fr. Aei m
':" ...NIwhij his teammates - '.yjoed.. ever to flht bulls in the Pla t
k n" ,,"an wf ithl si' d x n pers here are warning male ma-
tle, YTaers ......... t0hren oInsted to _. di tadors to look to their laurels.
tanYainkees. .10. o. oBette Ford. a 24-year-old for-
Dodgera .... ....103 h re. mer model from New York city
th Indians ......... 98 for it.e Sena lW SPP killed two full-sied fighting
WHS -out U hits. tor,
RedIegs ........... 97 Lefthander Billy f bulls here Sunday. dispatching
-- trot was nice .. t in- each with a sitile thrust of her
eluding homers by fli-ylWhite
K allne, Tigers .......... 175 apd Tim .Plersall, but went the The crowd went wild when S
Sl, Redlegs ........... 12 Ostance to beat Boston. 5-4, for Miss Ford met the charge of a FIRSt PLACE WINNER-Chsrlene Graves, who won firqt place
8s.ki., Rees ...,, 10 his 13th conq est. BIll Tuttle 600-pound bull on her knees and for s n the Ommer Recretion Swimming Program,
iRele .... 1....N8 I S ht er e g nnin ma ered th- plging beat is eto with a trophy T. Thomas. Vice
,homer off George Zuvemnk gave he b odro e o of Baiy Oa l t e o i rcto r at QAtlrign, whot was in MrsPat
*.1 Deebu .) ,the last-place Orioles. Reliever Bette's bullfighting and most of t p
Ieon 13 Deeis as) A Ditmar was the winner. Jo our matadors had better learn Charlene, Gr #9 asnd to the Gatun Theater were a-
W eDelastrl also homered for to-sing, because there will be Goge,12, 6 o O oung- warded as praise each week to
e Dodgers 1 4 .818 Kansas City. nothing left for them in the bull sters who. w ...te. 11m _umb e the Oldp who placde In each
eYaYk STERDAY' TAR Car- ingone newspaper comment- of nts ih
a W......14 5 .137 los Ramos Of the Seaators, who Several American women have races held ra.th.../at rm-
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dei rD1t'OS NOT: Miss the oaun Civi e at
Suropean travel Ford th idd .Pasmag "afIe- aspecal .e1,brton e ,at- the
Eopea travle nsodsn during two rsajau satun .IOL Atthe s time
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Maro s e oexiegplon-Is Tim Flock of Atlanta has ram- ahead of the wlnnr of the first
)'_i i eu r 100er med his way to the to of Grand place for the boys.
you chie~c r 1 ,.~ ,National standings in to-model Other winners were fitenl
.l1 Invl y as min, 10-day Ad d you wahl combine stock car racing. George, 10, second place for girls
'i pe ** Adde s Mkd *u...,vee 4rders...,e with 143 points; Susan Shirk, 8,
tie the i..t fs mme d budget third place for girls with '117
,6AVlL WiIlE4 I A CAll ut cacusivl tow cost PUGILISTIC\PAC AGK points. Second and third places
o your hIlem aresmiodoaeg n s, rool, s Ew ess00 New York (NIA Fred Poti- Slaughter, 10, with I IO!,
ODps 'd 1 ... w e dvins.h Intorldntemm asi a. ybewheen seven-foot-two, 305-pound and Buddy Coffin, 10, with 131
d African heavyweight, will points-
.sOlmi arrive In New A total of 65 children Uire
TOU5 CII OF O 100 Ttps . registered for the summer ye-
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(UP) ,-* Autstaia took a.co-n
angim 2o-0 lead over the

hu skyri.eRd FtrlmmedTn
Tabrt. 44, ...-, 6-3., ., fo
low" n Raew U'a 64'-, 10-8,
4-8., -2 victoiy over Vie Seizc.
The Aulgles need qPly one
more win in the remaining dou.
bles thatch, which will be plDI-
ed today, and two single. The
singles will be edt tomorrow
with Road meeting Seixts and
Rosewall tackling Trabert.
Rosewall outplayed Beixas of
Philadelp0a In the opening
match h of the championship
-round at Porest Hills in New
York. Twelve thousand Ameri-
cainfans grdsand politely as jhe.
20-year-old: Australian downed
the 32-year-old Setxas in. a four-
ase match. 6-3, 10-8, 4-6 and 8-2.
Tony Trabert, the number one
American player, took on Lew
Hoad in a second singles match
which started after the Seixas-
Rosewall play. The weather was
sunny. And there was little
wind to interrere with shots as
the two squared off.
It wasn't long before the gal-
lery sensed it would be a rough
day for Seixas. He battled all
the way. But even in losing the
third set, Rosewal wave the ap-
pearance of being able to close
it out almost at will
His service was crisp .. his
backhand steady and probing
.c. His forehand powerful. Seix-
as showed a. good brand of ten-
nis but. In the end, his back-
hand volley proved vulnerable.
Frequently he netted vital
points.

Doggie Julan

Played Some

At BuckneHl
HANOVER, N. H. (NEA) -
Doggie Julian modestly filled out
a staff %questiennsire w ith the
note, "Played some sp or ts at
Bucknell."
.'For this minute contribution to
the Baptists' athletics, D a r t-
mouth's head basketball c o a c h
was awarded 11 varsity letters in
football, basketball and baseball.
He was named to Pop Waner's
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a rather hight for t

nl runs scored in 18M with
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al ti t to aidem tent
an ee bac i a nd
Gordon Jones r Luis Arroyo end
rry Jackson, up from the farms.
rey-laddix -wald Wve some
ag Mn tai e d, .o Staley
,%pl th -eveY r to
iUSt the
a gr ank Swn ith?
So, the Cad ain als furedto
August A. uschJr., that
reM. bladdid A't lIhi M
such a bad p.1*.i after 4 I
__.,. .. ,. .ge
S-e, w a' ppe l The Red .
ir4datpromptly t oe to plces and PWRFl r -
ver di get beak ina cunk. vidual trophlesi.
they made a Hu ty Dmmey at LGfeiV ers atow e Itl
ieddW..tanky a4 Walker w f ly ra -n
-.. ... '.aneeds a lot of help. rry the Hat Kai Erie B eroei, Walt 11
mo$a ettainly can't reaswible lstant Coach111 Wood, oa p
.R e I G OWN A LOOSE ALL are GarY Mims (left) ofthe Cards with a doait-yourself-kit. oe Clarilo, Howls McCaIIepv Ia
Port t n and Howle McCallen of Fort Kobbe during be Lawrence and Jones are back sa Bl.tner).
finals of the Pahama Area Armed Forces basketball title play- the minors. A sore arm limited ..-..-.-.
off. The pair spotted here led their respective team in he fireman Smith to 37 inn pg. Ar-
inh at Albrdoka base gym. Mimb hit for 19 points royo an Jackson tailed off. Raddix -
dafd en for 17, tying mate Joe ClariZmo. Kobbe prevailed, po sepsed no early foot. a P o S id.i
70-68, 'or the championship and a bert against Camp Loey, Stan Muslal 'cals it the Year of
erto Rico, in the Caribbean Command playoff Sept. 3-10 on the Big Minus. Stan the Man is ..
the Island. (U,. Army photo h,.Pfc. Jim Bittner) a points.
Schoendienst's bting aveje I
u ldrop until be pt on glas.s..l f
Th h eckled second baseman dia.s-
Ib carded the cheaters becaz hS W
cy 4 eouldp'get used to them and is 40 0
points below normal ln his worst
M year at IM late. Rapl losl1! 1t CLEVELAND,0Aug. 4 (UP) -
SJO E W ILLIAJ **the range Set the All-Star Game Vic Wertq 30-year-old Cleveland
JO E W I L AMand had t6 be benched. Catcher Indians 1954 World Series star,
l ",Asill" Saina and sbertop Alpx was stricken yesterday.wlith an
Grammas tumbled 38 po ts each. attack of polio that may eliud h
There is something barlealy apoprIsate in the fact that lBoyer is batting 4 0 ints below baseball career, ..
the new foot-fault rule will be In force at the international level the depar e JaWb4 sl."he h ,no sign of paraly-
for tih first tintme in the Davis Cup matches at Forest Hits thblb 7. -11" ... a. lon KeM., team
week So, the Cardinals are scoring an ph can, "but the ceandlton is
lor the tup matches find the United States defending, and average of nearly two loss runs a potlo."0 'Dosaid "there is little
Australia challenging, just as was the case back in '38, when I game than they did last season. ellhkeod that amy er.
the .14 .Qot-fult rule-. led to an explosion that rocked the ten- That woua be bad even if the memboerof the team ws"l-
nis wo 1 f from Southampton to Sydney. Busch Stadium pitcher w e r.e fated. Me added that Sore
Unil tbat hot, maggy afternoon in suburban Philadelphia, gplamming the door in the other wa n so ueeesity for a
Harold Laban probably had never had his name In the news- guys' faces, which they decidedlyquarsau .
pApern. before. Overnight the obscure tennis devotee became a are not. Werts, hoseb .aileog-ba .
1A *e f e whose name was familiar wherever sports new hadif the opposing club hald a left-h tor lin epn e the moir .nea
khadpt aw K.%S f. ques o@ .bu4 an.tgledout amn agamstat the Cardinals . t f thecl .
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toe im to W l oapls a DBl, pp '$ f aas Is atS yea St 1 m wa' s n Jit i tbl44sV
-t we teilne-to do ju that. sought a right.band power hitter on
$ been tuab and-go from t a -s ateg. and am Qr/-t to swing between Musial and.
t o m &d bagethe *isteWne4 tenUse sad excited, sat Country laughter: When the Car- heb aldUsular outtldr-
b in satlp ofiu rr ing battle sad possibly a drmae ainas were winnymgpennants ine ib developed o ui ver
Upset. c clusters, they had Chick RAfey,
My %mnory la that it was 6-all in games with Qulat serv- Muscles Medwick and Wnitey and some fss n the..tck
lng his first ball when Lebalr's volee was head for the first Kurowski to do that They haven't Thursday t dr hid tlie
time. but served again and once mere Lebair called out: hid a satisfactory belter in that foe the taie against
"Foot fault." Quiast was to hear the dread call three more times role since Kurowski. Jablonski ork Y the game against thelly, w
baere losing ae and set. was the best, but he was a shoe YorriYatkes 'Dr. Kelly, tw a a
From then on he was through. His spirit seemed to col- maker at third base and a butcher firot susP tSe W was su hener-
lapse with his game, and he offered no more han token op- in left field, where he colddo the efrom a home andur virus, to bed
position as Budge took the last two sets, 6-1, 6-2. least harm. And now Repula i has ISq-T P ersisted and w
S. ,'gone haywire. Wo eolstaoed as he trredto
The Cardlas pround so long 1 b ut lad! this 9
Sr!. R.BODE BOOS TO FAME -are headed for their worst finish s u"t .SbS e
in 36 years, but Harry Walker be- I i-'.,a.Whaedsg d .-Ak
The booing which followed was mor reminlacent of Ebbets lives he'll survive. Dixe's kid nopl ytrded"
Field than the prim and proper Germantown Cricket Club. It brother has a good excuse. for he pWtart be *to aU e Hon-
must lawe taken some time for Lebair to believe his ears. Quist was not brought on from Roches- PItal
bad committed foot faults and Lebalr had simply imposed the ter until the season was well under Mrs. Wert. said she had been
prescribed penalties. For thiashe was being tom to pieces, way. Informed bydoctorsit will re-
The customers didn't stop to consider that Lebeir was in "This is a young club and you quire a few more days to deter-
much. better position to detect foot faults than they, or anyone can do more with youngsters in mine the seriousness of the at-
else on the grounds. Nor were they in a mood to listen when the spring," says Harry the Hat, nent after-effects y perma-
Harry ,HOpmaa. then, as now, captain of the Australian Oup hopefully. baseba.-playins career of the
team. si out on the court, held his hand for alence, d BLINKER Arcie Mooredoes. easy-goin rd-h-ttinu Wert.
"Your official Is entirely correct. Qkdet was foot faulthu." n't wear the, sppy yachting ca Dr. KeUy ajd he had reassured
Al thq ton knew was that qubt whe been in aoe n .be he Is atsea -. Th a t
--e to to n wsa penalty until It looked as Iif be .Bigt =_ l winso give you his idea
U m t. it tMU and mSst of the cbamviOlBPmatc h with
tras failed to take laeI aetaut, was the very ra Rock t a Msa kesl Sta-
a tt Qdast hadn't started to feet fault until e ium, Se-p. 9. H9e s a l
pressure of the big math caught up with him. ..-.
I. any case, the abuse to which Lebair was subjected wasi
as disafl I as tt wqe unibr and sMit.isa measure of the manme
character that he refused to wilt under fire.
Instead, he went on to command respect as one of the naj
tion's UP olfflias,-and one year labt1 he was Invited to umpire
the t at b iacrose=t Wimbledon, a unique and covete{
honor.
"I can thank tht bming K t Germantown for that," LebaUl
laughs today. "That's how the Britlsh happened to hear about
me. -


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Oid of the championship and indf-
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t, (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. James


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1- - -lf I Urs. I- luUonEI League
- Written for NEA Service
the club management that there QUESTION: Joe Collins lifted a

to other players. dugout. The all landed on thehe


co se which may le four or twrence.
cveu tr, wor' hs pl-b e I Answer: A catch most be made
'Oano elat xh.n ba i s ba a dTher wbo an o the field.
He -Q ^,.-,iuy 1p1""n. IQ How much Triple-A experi.
nto touth half tl usual f ence did M ucky Mantle have be.
t.e~K~ ttea paralaleais had fore coming to the Yankeesa?-Ed-
twhe refi ar, ra that. ahdie Chalmersn
"UtiDt. hLaned thatvU.Wertzs A.0sly 40 games with .usso
coarhiswh m 1 as, city in 1o61.


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By A MacLANE are
F.t 1 Editor rai
JIMMY DARR telephoned mne we had
at dawn the other morning and ter for
aid I should meet him at the gial
station on Okeechobee Road. Hel Whia
toM me A.out the bass, and hew station
they hod drifted In the glades, a' ats.
summer's high water, and how if and 11
ou didn't Ind walking '"over knoW w
ligators, you eould caueh eight, Jimmu
inpe, and 10-pound bigniouths. atjole


How fishermen get around al-
ways anmazeS me. Jimmy for in-
stance had a spot pgged 40 miles
West oh town. Fiften of these
miles was In water hub cap deep
thbough-' gator holes, sawgrass,
and over hummocks so thick that
sometimes we had to get out and
cut a path through the palmettoes.
Although I could never get lost
In mountain country, the glades
will always bewilder me. But we
finally rblUed out into a lakelikel
area where Jimmy said the bass
were.
My first cast sent a popping
plug to the edge of a grass bed.
Before the ball even started to
talk, the ripples passed the word
along and up .came a higmouth
full of hell-fire pnd 'gator-f I ea s.
He took the plug in his j.ws and
pinwheeled all over th* swamp.
Jimmy had one on also, and his
bass did and end run which almost
knocked me djwn. A thunder
storm had been galherin.g since
dawn, and as we played cur fish,
the lightning began cracking
down.
I finally got a grip on thq bass'
lowpr Jaw and walked him back to
the jeep. The rain beat the swamp
so hard that I wouldn't even see
Jimmy anymore, but after five
minutes he returned carrying a
bass slightly larger than mine.
Jimmy said the lightning was too
closed and we'd better ger out.
It was probably the quickest
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Fisherman-Cook Eisenhower

Enjoys Day Off In Rockies
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DENVER, Aug. 27 (UP)-Prei
ident Eisenhower schedule
,an early morning conference tc
day with Secretary of Labc
James P. Mitchell and the
planned to taper off his wor
for a restful week, end.
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k Mr. Elsenhower, sunburned
and a little tousled, returned
last night from an all-day fish-
n n outing at the ranch of Bal
t Swan. Denver businessman, in
n the Rockies near Pine. Colo., 47
miles from Denver.
It was the first complete "day
off" the President has given
himself since he began his work-
and-play vacation in Colorado
two weeks ago. He seemed to
enjoy it thoroughly.
The President and three fish-
ing pals interrupted their out-
ing only long enough for the
President 'to whip up a picnic
lunch of chilled watermelon
slices and pan-fried troUt. /
The President was accompan-
led by Aksel 3Elesen, a Denver
businessman who was his ,ost
at Fraser. Colo., last week: Tom
Belshe,. a retired Army colonel,
and Swan. ,i ,
1.Reportert were ub see
how- m y, p ; tr e eat .
and hi8 riu pPe rom the
clear waters of the small north
fork, because state patrolmen
kept traffic moving on the 'only
road above the fishing area.
However. it was learned they
caught "several."
Last year. when the President
fished the same hole in the
stream, tourists and reporters
were allowed to watch from the
vantage point.
The President and his friends
went to the cool. green valley of
the stream supplied only with
the watermelon bread, cooking
necessities and fishing Rear
They were confident their trout
catches would complete their
lunch menu-which they did.
They placed the big melon in
the icy stream to chill and took
to their flyrods.
At noon, they stopped to cook
their catch. The President turn-
ed chef, donning his bie white
apron, and friend the fish over
an open fire according to his
own favorite recipe.
He tosses his trout in a bag of
cornmeal, salt and pepper and
then pops them into a frying
pan sizzling with butter and ba-
con drippings.
The small party gathered at
plain wooden tables in a pine
grove near the stream and ate
like hearty workmen. The Presi-
dent kept his apron on during
the lunch. and all ate with their
bare hands.
It took the eager President
only 30 minutes to change from
his gay sports clothes into his
fishing garb after the presiden-
tial automobile pulled Into the
ranch.
When he left the home of his
mother-in-law. .Mnr John S.
Doud, in fast Denver, he was
wearing a red, yellow and green
laid shirt and a wide-brimmed
hat.
Mrs. Eisenhower remained at
Denver where si:e speQ a quiet
day with her mother.
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NEW YORK, Aug. 27-(UP)- nent Israel-Arab boundaries If diffiult but it should be oslble
Secretary of State John Floter both ides so desire. ftd a way o f con-
Dulles, in a dramatic bid for Dalles aid the prop"se fl t claims.
Middle Eastern peace, announced "collective security" guarantee i secretary said.the solution
yesterday the United States is eould reliv the "aOtacute, s" of the three major problems
willing to guarantee of bIsrel oth dide and ease bar- should make it possible to bring
and its Arab neighbors against des "of what threatens to be- wansWer to other sues largely
attack from each. other, come an armsmentis rae n 5- economic, "which pr-ently f an
Dulles, emphasiing he spoke deed It doqs. not beeoe a the flames of hostile t and re-
with the full authority of Pres- war." sentment" between Irsel and
ident Eisenhower, said the He said the refugee rejettle- Arab countries.
United States will help foot the ment project would help elimi- He said it should then also be
bill for a program of resettle- nate the repeated border Inci- possible to "reach agreement on
ment and rehabilitation for dents. the status of Jerusalem," and
90000 Arab refugees from Is- He said the boundary, Issue sl declared this country would back
SIn still a a further effort to re- t Stcky W eer W
move the "pall of fear" hanging
Dulles said this country is will-
ing to help in establishing per- .
mnent bounds ut Septries between s-er
rael and its hostile Arab neigh- ersis rou ou ep eer
Dulles' dramatic offer was
made in a speech before the For-
eign Relations Council of New The following weather condi- RELATIVE HUMIDITY: The
York and nationally rebroadcast tions are based on the records relative humidity will average
over major networks, of the past 48 years and may be close to 86 per cent on b o t h
Noting that major efforts now expected to occur in the Canal coasts and 90 per cent in the
are being mhde to ease tensions Zone and vicinity during Sep- central section at Madden Dam.
with the Communist world in a member. The daily range will be between
"peaceful co-existence" atnio- WEATHER: Mostly cloudy and 95 and 75 per cent on the Pad-
sphere, he appealed urgently for rainy weather will continue dur- fie and 91 and 75 on the Atlan-
a "similar spirit" to create a new ing Beptember and heavy rains tic.
good neighbor feeling in the Mid- and thunderstorms may be ex- WINDS: Light variable winds
die-East lest Arab-Israel tensions pectqd over the whole Isthmus *1ill be experienced over the At-
lead to. all-out war. at frequent Intervals. a lantic Coast with southerly or
Dulles informed represents RAINFALL: Average raintal offshore winds predominating.
tives of all Arab nations and Is- for ibeptember Is 7.90 Inches Sat Northwest winds will prevail on
rael secretly Thursday of his Balboa Heights, 10.91 inches at the Pacific Coast., The average
proposals. Maddem Dam and 12.52 Inches velocity will be about 6 miles
Declaring Arab-Israel border at Cristobal. There is, however, per hour at Balboa Heights, 4
clashes take heavy frequent toll considerable variation fromyear miles per hour at Madden Dam,
of IWas and "Inflame an already to year a monthly totals have and 1 miles per hour ati Odtl-
o rf oU mood, a of hAtredy" r o to 19 e .. .
fc of e theiollowlng spec- iat s b a 6. 1.4$ FOGS: Nightme as dy.-
fie offer: t at den Dam knd 4. m rnin as ay be
1. President Eisenhower will to 29 90ihes at CristoaL R1-ulte frequently over the ll-
recommend that. the United fall will likely occur on 20 dys. lard Cut Section of the CMnal
States "Join in forminal treaty on- distributed over 64 hours at lal- and the central section, of the
gagements to prevent or thwart boa Heights and 23 days and 73 Isthmus along the Trans-Iath-
any effort by either side to alter hours at Crlatobal. mian Highway, but rarely at el-
by force the boundaries between SUNSHINE: There will be an other Canal entrance. Most of
Israel and Its Arab neighbors." average of about 6 hours of sun- the fogs form around midnight
Dulles expressed the "hope shine per day with 4 or 6 days and may be expected to djssi-
that other countries would be with no sunshine at 411. pate before 8:30 a.m.
willing to join in such a securi- TEMWPEATURE: The month- STORMS: Local rain squalls
ty guarantee, and that it would ly mean air temperature will and thunderstorms will occur
be sponsored by the TTalted average about 80 degrees Fah- quite frequently, and during
Nations." renhelt on both sides of t he these local storms wind veloci-
2. The United States Is willing Isthmus. The maximum tern- ties Mnay reach 30 miles per hour
to put up a "substantial" share perature will average 86 degrees or more but they are of too short
of an International loan to Is- on both coasts and the minimum duration to case any appre-
rael to pay compensation to Arab will average 74 degrees on the cable damage. September is the
refugees uprooted from their Pacific Coast and 76 degrees on month of most frequent West
Palestine homes and resettle the Atlantic. The highest tern- Indian hurricanes whose paths
them-either in Israel and else- perature on record for Septem- cross the ship lanes of the Ca-
where. ber is 94 degrees and the lowest ribbean Sea, but their u a u a 1
3. This country is "willing to 68 degrees. Such extreones, how- path toIs too fat north of Pan-
help in the search for a solu- ever, are of infreqaesn occur- ama to cause damaging winds
tion" to the question of .perma- rence. on the Isthmus.


THIS 18 A WHIZ-Lookl g smewbtt like the Kon-TIki on rails, otwi& ke sled is believed to
be the fistest land verik m earth. The unmnmmed msperseal a -'. je Radleplae C. 6f
Van Nuys, Cali, hat streaked 1100 m.ph. at Edwards Air rane sas. ZM That's S0 m.p.h. hal
than the* previous land s-d itnw


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a U.N. view of tiis problem.
Dulls said th country
making peacemaking offer
"as a friend of both Israela and
Arabs." He said he proposals
were made after "deep and ax-
ious thought" by Anertlas.otfl.
lals.
Be said tu6 U.S. proposals,
while not the final answer t-
all riddle Ea .e probleriu,
show the p l for an
"Immeasurable Improvemett"
which would require nethr
the Iraelis nor mArab to sak-
riflee either material stanth
or "natUoml prestie and hon-
or."
Dulles' offer to share in a loan
to Israel for compensation to
Arab refugees was :prefaced by
the assertion Israel owesthe ref-
ugees such compenmeatio.
But he said Israel may. not
now be able alone to afford It,
and therefore President lisen-
hower "would recommend sub-
stantual PartlcptlOBI by this
country n an international loan
for such a purpose. ,'

ifi. to IOU=


S SCOTIA, N. Y. (UP) P Lots
of hobbyists go. bn for niniature
railroads, but not 11Ke the oe' at
the Scota Naval Supply depot. it'
no tcy.


es .of track


allowing


The lie s used to shunt ship-
ments to and from the.warehouses
and the depot getes, whbre they
are picked Up or deposited by one
of three regular railroads serving
the area. A two way radio system
keeps the engineer i touch with
the traffic division at all times, so
he doesn't' have to stop-at a: tele-
phone to. get his instructions.
The SND now has only'two en-
gineers, a brakeman, a conductor,
oUer, trackman and four track la-
borers. But during World War II,
it operated on double shift and In
one month alone handled almost
23,000 tons of material.
The future of the line, now more
than 14 years old, s somewhat
doubtful. Depot officials say more
and more shipments are being
made by truck.

MUSICAL TEARS
BOSTON (UP) Some of
the musicians in Alfonso D'Avin's
concert band have been members
of that organizaiton for s0 years.
The band made its debut as the 14.
piece 4,anda Ross" at Revere
ekch, L stoI's "Coney Island,"
bal a century ago.


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efun to step down fron his Berbbr M de ce
t4rox.n ". from ti e mountraa a y.te
Pau1e had hoped to bring a- and ad Zil down er
bout 4 comOromlw settlement of in the first suejoc nrrond
the'-stife, whlch has coat hUn-o er Bt2ethe WOO_ rlu
dreds of lfes, by outing both Blna Flrnh rule.l
the iultan who Is ,MI by )o- -rAtm. rt'be. bowed
Mw fmilant 6,10A IThe a e r trib & boW'd
and rench ReaBletsnera French power a they "wer
rt O anvl, whos encircled by. a ,tan
arppoed biYfenftrig b aeked v ve u sWS. = oo
The fuoh brem* wa ri r- the middle Atlua Mftntala 7I
rta hopeful. hibbPfti : mienasSout ofh In m.a
-f. .swtteentsd e era- tl M rocco.
ed- t ,4 b swt thIe Led by tji r chief Wan, band
h pu ate prqPol reo. tribeue 0ro W fM
prq tal their hi d" oiwhu nuv n
Paure,-hip-4mon r inet and lent rebellion wich'took a te
laIders of the cI Na tnion- of 18A00 d i'*q Pco d
aiMt,. h ~&,here for Algeria.
ofiit a 6 f i .to-w I 'Il e
o a oLLf0 4 ~.~ hl eeA eto z
outbreak of mhmaas*re.riots a d *Am o of
d tiach bpaa Week- hra x atseralu." qtU1o
srame ls a Ot 64a
.Until Af it bepa t believ- JA 14 0Ir __
ed botb xMIval; the mUl-
tah wduld a1 t the comp- -f The-1d-d to- ti
b n tlot -h-e, French... "st
Bt i'.0t .ltn M.Btoeall di- ,- 1 di-MMa
flew c*n thvMit~ on
;r. ialtasneR _o


XTcwMU ke"U *5w.Vm wa.. --
parted to him to rmain at Rabat
among his ubtcIts."
The slhie defeat -peol-
t eo eafturted FMea w0 a
delicate adgotagew"nst u-
tion, In which his sid-nSnth-
old regime presumably could
fall.
Faure is expected to fly back
to Paris to loin Crandval at
President Rene Coty 's unmer
residence outside Paris for 'a de-
clisive conference.
The situation is complicated
by the demands of members -of
Faure's 610tWIa pp er- Iln
the National AsIemoy that the
Sultan Mot be U*elaed, unless
with his personal agreement.
It was too ely yet to ba-
luate the eff ect of Den Arafa's
blunt deslaraUon be wants to
remain Sultan tn his tal.
Meanwhile, more French
troops had been l.ed out. of
the Buropea n defne lines of
the North Atlantic Teaty Or-
gunld"l In ftto le for duty
explosive North Africa. French
officials said a call-u of train-
ed resves would replce, the.
regulars sent Mto North Africa.
NATO's upretss ssaeland-


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cal Bathld, submmec
his r
his redlnon a a awsatlfi
cabln t- oni. :
To easwe om nation anew
ain the U lB.'MMesbtl yup
on of -Ar" cWS wt the
NatlemaU" s Grand-
val's relgatn aas marUkng
the end ai ppoldes be
hadt ie .
In aX .tion of any new
troubles, ,U .sesrvl ien aad
their depeades t were wajrt
Ag'Anst entering the
t r oft cites o tr.ng -o
ai nUht. -
powher* t orO, several
person were kiSd solUi-
scwle terortst a ani a
number of sa",ota0Nts wee
riporte&L FtWl y L$ attaks
took ptlae at6 sf1 i Setat.
In nseighb'r0hA A6Ir&. SO
dical rebl acutW reported
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