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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00852
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00852
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Related Items: Panama America

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1) -Weird sake rites claimed test,
llfo of a woman cultist today AutburitiUe
ofuials ordered her brother, imlnatie of
on at the samn services, taken with the vWie
SIbepttel feribly to reeeive stamp out th
tmef. now havb fi
le death of Mrs. Ana Marie da, Alabama
ton _Yost, 41, wasr the third summer.

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S" am'"emo-.,h..mi ,who ua.Me ine days ago nearHarlaa. KyI
oanlersi who ba state t eroo broke UP a "memo-
t J1 ea 1=Iontrov arsi apl, =
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Stere n.ta t he L bitten
S. .i t nrdi her broth. brother and Char ed the lv Wh.
ir ;lYnot wi struck o- s V-am Vernon. of V r with
an ~e1e rpt ae ss truc oll .ti the en.tu l' .ati.itak
Saf.rattlisaffke aSt a. service law.
e oc 1 ma sen. The memorial was for the Rev.
.w.elre "o ..spend-0 Lee Valentine, who died Aug. 14
i Sl legal y ndin u at Ft. Payne, Ala., in the orinal
hsnake-heremony belt nar Chatta-
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o t w weeks earlier. t h
t fae tmier' uousharer inRev. GeorIe W. Henlar, w h
t U h.coat in-ou pr frs n founded t he faith near Cbattanoen
jete st.. oudbg eja da. haIll aSoy ears ago, died of his lIst
C of Ha dg n.Cotnty -ener n ear Marianna, Fla., where
a es los court, tok decisive me- eahad halgaintakenl up, serpents
tn r after a long abstinnce.
t .... The Inke handftr were run-
1 0 R. O.... tM'm-On' ro .ba_ ,h1" shein of their usual- fatality
t stand gto n ate, whith has now eeepi* n a
t' I.for. .1 erL s w year sineOe 1940 ; The victims in.
S t c e~ tg in f r om 21 aone North Georgian who ex-
S .t "salvation cocktail"
rat of ftrychine and grapefruit1

uad .ca.dwev ,w h sus-inted The faith is based on the Nth
2.di jal.. aw .nces for Mrs. Yost verse of the l6th chapter of St

Ss111t hall nnfot -hurt them; and they.
kr ".. Yo.tfaid to be the di- salk wyhandson rthe sick, oani
v*qod W11e or anephewofone- thevy shall ecuvepe
t, oodalPa Fieldint The rites with snakes are prac-
sr.t% bv (yesrday Hatd by an trams set of the
hors r he.trhvit re Holiness CLurgh a branch of the
S*k~d imedadal-S^anUtoqtothe and. Church of God. Relate. ects be.
ted "dal-Hlive that the Biwa ass*e meant
j atl. . -a turned that a faithful discile w iuld sun-
11 rloate to u Wa"fbt.osef t .-pand theser... alt
4m the servicui ovIngton was h sp snde l e.
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triber participating.'n a six.
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4 and Eve
8 What boy
snakes at girl
12 -- Lincoln
and Mary
1I Donate
14 Dick HIaymes
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15 Cow genus
16 Mouth-
18 Assembly
20 Smallest
21 Even (poet.)
22 Employs
24 Musical group
26 Greek letter
27 War god
30 Entertain
32 Made amends
34 Amphithe.
35 Upbraid
318 Correlative
of neither
27 and Alec
3*'Sabe itl
41 tr (prefx)
42 Fet
45 Varied
48 Enter
51 Diving bird
52 Border
53 Solar disk
54 Golf mound
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56 His and-
57 Donkey

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6 Thoroughfare
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17 Ester of olei'
11 Closed car
23 Knifes

24 Cereal hVuk
25 Air (prefix)
26 Attack
27 Italian boy's
girl friend
28 Anetomie
29 Arabian ulft'
31 Most recent
33 Decleini
31 Staid
40 Boy -- girl

41 Raking
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42 Bridge
43 Goddess of
44 Burden
46 Passael in
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47 Prosecutes
48 Pietep dut
50 Collie cheer


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.tatbe Ft vBSt. MaXs is leaving,
:Aeramu W ;l fo iuoz n t, Texa t is ian-
Tomermw., der eA.sttact"t9 '4as a re
The Berean Bible Class will fessor at X-.Univerty e .Tex-
hold their regular weekly meeting ss during the e*. qr. A It
a 7:30 p.m. Friday evening at ries' of coaerts several States
quarters c o0 C. anoemby St. oBal are talso Id n Ftanl. ,
boa. Asoce$d e Lafs.r ends,
S---- P students and ex-studb, t of St. Ma-
FL Clade C N.C.O. lo. loaretAkinKpat m. iteght's ova-
Wives" Club Tor 3eet tion.
the Ft. c layton N.C.O. Wive" -
Club will haolt their regular month. P*vazmmanu Dan. Team
Iy busi nas .eetnt 6 t Teuee- t atertals At Tea
dy at 7.:0 p.m. on the demand FPr DeetoerM Wives
floor of the Ft. Clayton N.C.O. Two talented p of the Pa-
C)b. napa National' elo of Dancing,
New members an guests are Senorl t Maria Lian i Burillo, a.nd
welcome. .. Senor Jose Carloei.. entertain.
S- ,'ed at the Do 'Wive' Tea. yes-
t be given tomorrow atV-l Pa- ter ay afternoonn. ish danc-
log included th66 street d a nce a
Susts at the iuncheon.wll t sayob t g Tanguillo Za
M! three Eastern Airne A lp Z Za, anj the sical landan-
. a k.- t .p edy .a Who arevi .s..it v u o ing "aup "
.' andI0 orkPault teler,;dean of.the diplomatic eo s, were ret f Aom the r Was u '"
by 9ie1tuvl inf honor of a ethe -Cie 1boecutivnd the Brafiff-Eastern thro* & o Meiers pr t wore. Mes-
t -at- -*t hno e v se-vic from Rio de J neir Y nd dames C.. Brl .lKV. D an,
.1lBuenos Aires to New, York and G.E. Cosgrove. L. Eughes,
AT 1 ,u i l T such as the Panama Canal the Washington. Avery Kig. L."E Fataine D.
S- free and fruitful cultural and com- They are M. M. Frost,.vice 1re- Burke S. O. Ad. s, G. Field,
"the, 9A OM C an thd"ir -wles ever mercial interchange al son peo- deAt an execUtive asslstan[jt M. R. Seymour, Dr.. WK tting-
ii 1 amnal al )les and contnerte,, then they are the chairman of the board; r- ton, W. T. -B li_ L r FanU,
dt ofta d worthy, undoubtedly o the atten-I .t Dobs, Latin American ales l. A White J. ( C_.uMrowY..
t-on ans d unanimous applause of director; and Charles Gloves, -I" Martine.. im. Prier Rtwle
""-*A -'.- -it'P-m"n the civilized world." terline manaBer. ab ,W. R. Shaw. Re, B. .Ite J. P.
S 'I "5 lta, The dean o the diplomatic Co-hosting or Braniff will be ready, F. Chobser, C. Holk,
te' onrps. also warned- against the Bob Phi-ney, Interline mager l.. A Newmann C. D. Rul Lan,
-etwee n P ,Ma Uhe misuse of nuclear energy aed said from Dallas and C.M. Doolittle, R. H. Rup R. Matheney, J. Hunt
of the at.tenti ao n aubamsa s the last hope for painkind. lies in Panama manager. ** W. Goggans; L.
greater devotion to.the-lafty.spl- -Picard Ami,.Van Richm ondT. A.
tha ki ngthew dipl ,SieaS ad ho Ideals of UnVrsal" brother- Am ... .a. .m. elO, R. H.itchell
M 7S e epublicof ama gnd President Aria,- in responding, The Ambassador of Colombia,
said in pirt:
,, I am indeed pleased "that
g e politics?" the deepslgnaia iEce-oftthU im-r -f ( e
Sna "Andno rteantedependeinthe a te of IVBIDw aCalh i :U1P)A
.annty -oiserlhoaeebl, Treaty," he tsbeae&tid tire ob
for, e "theyoseek.,anot aobeI heworthyresner extent oplt mher
ter namiounsr.Jw hgaatpto nm O f
t*. t-rooeat .arspOi e ienu a utotrr iUnations.,but ,Atthsme hai ourrhatYO
tul, t_, t so. ss-e by means of an.indis- through this gmsture, show your To t s
..mcooq s.pea... inter-oceanic waterway genuine sentiments of fraternity, .i i rs w
., .., ,.. ha- atInyou evidence, again, the ce ro se .. r
__;,.____.... __-_._"_____"__-_"_..___'____ reeUng of .interdependence an4 re- RIVERSIDE, Calm. i-:UP)--Ali
:2,-roul interest which mark re- aiaras of Califor.i[
"-__ __ "There is no Inilortant problem the extent of plant demage'iro'i
_____________________ _of o ne country which fails to oa- smog.
/ .. .. -yoke a response in the other us- Uiversity of Culifornia larm
I i" wps which.realy long for bet- advisors throughout the state were
ter world ruled'by a superior sys. sanliled with tala.ing cad s "!
te.m of peacq, cooperation under- whiek to report possibleieff.us fI
- .I' IA I udained a -jpstlee." air polljltloi on varioUs -cro- An
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prizes and the. admission charge You have an encyclopedia
is $100 pr couple. memory for name,, and yop
Proceeds: of this dance will go husband Just can't remembat
to FRA sponsored charities and them. Worst thing to do is to
club aetvty tell everyone that "Jim jut
Tickets may be obtained from can't member names." It em.
any FRA. member or at the door. OIarrasses the poor fellow.
The ptblie is invited.
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Chomplen 4-door. ovordrlve hi washing mehin
aat eon-DnYadl Polytlloe dio, now seat covosn d bet- collnt dthe. Ei c rI. .-
'' .00A .,,"od, condition. dutly paid, in for n o $5 O oNch. bnly a
G. C. E K FABREOA, D.D.S. $49s5. Poe s-07 p.enam.e, fw le. Pfh h oneG a1442.
seroh-rW-s*w a aBARGAIN. Ideal for second car. FOR SALE:-5- lo.- ny
Sl 1949 Buick Supr 4-door seda., living roUm ot. I 9 -f e
TIVOu C4u ofJail Ave. No A24 hls l ynolow, motor n good see at 2363-C. Coeoli, C.Z.
owmped' APU 4ehowl W > mecheakal condition. To be sold
Tn leu 9-l1-asi. s is. For only $300. Phonee Co- FOR SALE: Warig blender.
S. Ion 800, SMOOT & HUNNI- Hamilton beech mixer, Smith-
CUTT" Coeno portable typewriter. Ben-
T ET LIdix dryer, table and 4 chaes,
RET*jIrAnT, LIFE FOR SALI:-1954 Opel Station wheelbrrow, migollenou(s arti.
EDUCATIO, "IJURANCE Wgon., In *xonIxlm codition. cle. Phone 3-0i371 Panm.
Just like new. This ar priced to
I sell. See lt-Try it--nd I uy it. FOe SALi MoIs Chef gas
JIM BID E SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S.A., stove. 4-burner. even od broil-
Colonr or; Westinghouse refrieotor, 9
Pbohe FaBstUa 2-013 --3.-. ;cu. ft. with freezer chest. mis-

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FOR SALI:- Springer Spnlls. plo M. 2-
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FOR SALIa-Used sea tofi e r. o .
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S FOR SALE:-1950 Nash 4-door cellaneus houerhoM orticls. 12-42. Panama. Pbhi 2- -
seden. This car priced to sell. Pho 3-6356. Open to 7 p.m.
Good transportation. To b sold S 9P ):
**C.uprwctic is ui. science that as is for only $399. SMOOT FOR SAL-.-ft-. Westinghouse FOR SAL -T *. DtROT, Sept. 1 (P& W cI F
mak" people weLl and happy." HUNNICUTT. S.A.. Colon. Refrigerator, 50- lb. freezing or SwaIil puppi, o C hry sle r Corp. and the CIO p)ePrgiograM
S_ ... I- -- -- unit (25-cyclel. 705-0 Leaei ell cut. 168 Vi BIlWui.R .- United Auto Worers nion t IO
Club San Paintna i lelaga givng
AT S | lu s:C b C C in FOR SALo--Wsher, 25-cycleoror apead.2 idivig 1a HOG-840
to mm ia lMn. Only75.SMOOT -FOR SAL-Py wih bridle month. A.i4 wage beneg fiOtst thsk- Ford sld g sSd
I Bl.U.lAC lsod eanditie". Tires ged. en- .eed pawkeg $15. Phoe, 2- o...: Ia- ai".?". a-.+ lies'n/t S ? F
HUNNICUTTI, S.A., Colen. Farm reel etate values $4ema;i- 45; iMd e dPid s *,, Pi ,lMoes. 4 44w. G granted eari e (Telehnne 40 )
e d g e n e ra lly f i r m in m o s t a r e a s o f . .., 0 1114La ttns m lmte. .

CoSn.A.. e i .thecutr"orumtellnAhs a ff ta the union aS'd the settlemento i- .
4i1ig n &e diOe"daillv FOER SALIi-JO Pockhrd 2- Prospective cadets enter the yard per treatment. Use Chineh- Colo. automate lly signalledthe d Today, Thursday, Sept. I PO AiWS--
Sbey condtli$7. Mot.r in goOd me- ,emy at Npw aLondon, Conn., green wnd healthy. PLORICUL- FOR RUNT- Ideal epartn. sinec plant were shut down 3:15-Sammy Kaye Show rom. poeh am
ture. WEf Wor KILL c7" -er b ori, sl

ftroral r 5 I P. m' -. 1 door 0d6n Point i excellent U hintedd Stares Coast Guard Acid- Chockad keep yw kwms theU first m or tnllrer str p-n
Iched aldle. Sea this bar- through competitive examination. TURA NACIN*L *1 b y a 100-day walkout in 1950. 0-Mi Tha
in at MO HUNNICUTT, The few chosen re S needed l.:- l r-ase.t B1 _ell Maey,. who ha 3.s :00-eature Riew 2
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----m ._ rA., Cole.. I, $475*. through during the four training FOR SALt dW tiess 40% stre Sail 4a, lb -hittl for 010 P president 4130-What'a Your Favorite (re- deb. he
-T1 1, W IU ra FOMR SALli--1950 Peutles Cal. years. Of the average entering dlscont,4 # d ih.d u FO R a-. Walter b utor A head o fth esthase phone be- l' I sti I
"e Spor t a clasq of 2..o r more. usually .Lew. ,en -lr7 ,.1--1 ,- _-- .--,-R.OW.... lunmon1, o bargaining team,, a I d ,oi 3:00 e '
Tiiu and engin .iood condi- er than 100 graduate. e ek6 .20 e ee. n8o 5 91 W"1 the n ".would do everything r 3 h.o r.oew3:0. o rie f .qr .0
AHUNNICUTT. SA.. Colon. bEt bWarba. back on the job as quickly as we..
C oose Wealthy Food Chain -Heir M EW ss
L OR SAL.-l4 ) do Paed I aH IhM. iO O In- usent T. Gregg and daughter: REVIEW
i ASeptf. N1 (eP) de o ,.fm" and Ie MI -* le i -llef35 Plem.. Mr. .and Mrs. Eller J. Hack 830-Your Danciing Party
.le e Union o& 1 1e In Pa-,t rit SuiT ad dau hter; Mlule HBalll- (VOA) L
te Ol ,. IOOT INd in rI lIIy well; John J. Hanlon; Mr. and 6:45-Do It Yourself
rto seek i I A, Colon. I ni II nl Mrs. Robert K. Hmana and four 7:00-.-NSCAPE ORGAN MBL*
r li. terse for PMeW -o.-l children; Mi Barnadine Han, ODIES
SFOR L I el ln: Mis Dorothy X.. Henry; Mr. 7:15-Freddy Martin Show

or mI- A1.. ton EnMr. Jones and daughter; Miss HOUSE :ATY (Sea'

anncos t Itso eanttW* dIt? SAL -cout be rl rn uprmo r, the wife o arb r o sL r o ro oe l
Vd o d D ^ ^o.n .l G I good, -F oodBc h h eir H untington w hKom he m et .wh en .she w asso n ; F r nk,; WU rn" Virg!-

S "tbnr-Hh'to .0 rr 4 a. ki h bAN ed B, of o toe a n datS a l(O A:0 eOr ro m
ain.r01e akI- h. Ion America's 10 wealth t men, C lrg night, club In 1 . e i n. B Ha Al

d c0-teNUN w be l today was asked imn a pattern T cU n Nw Yr rehear-d to A.ones .

a*t o r the South- FOR SALE:-Oner driven neAmy. founder of the Hunt3tan Hart-al a r. Eversonr
e of 1951 Mrcr Mrw/ Thi to anoy' mother danc Ma- ford nation, n irb T p and Tinals Doroty C. Ken, and M adram

unl t( ."peclc tbll ire<. nw ylt And ry Barton, died in New York 15 cie Pal5d, n-rot or, tor, 48Ianed by ht on i j.
,mani r-i w hol,. ry. C,, b cd.e f years ago a1.parenly om asn lalon to w w tst wife and tcdehlen. t oMrs Murray Ki" ip and tbi I Tooow Froidy S* et. .L
ad other -Nw.r. He dc Homauholl d, 41 Ah annual oxerdene of aespigt poonllr". Younq sod ra h eleven pasgAers are booked tOA.- r 0oP FA f

Sed e Row, 3-4911, colt habn.nte custody of Hartford a available or to on the aiIp tor Port-a- hrs o S0-Sn On Th Alar
S ao FOR SALE:I-f1955 Cheel^ !eM andihSaltd he waL comment on the actiop. P Haitl a-r d u tr a Clk Club (re ;"u s .
S 5soe p Umllion dollars. ith Attrich thmeriar- SchI douled to dance pas HNew York . Mt n d M -. Be please phone be0)
he- d re counc. i l oeeru., 4;000 mnil. adtlaeon watoS a birth TsiM t asl lmar- todayrwli a total of low pas: Crl Mand twoaeildr Mehl; n.-More Salo Coa
h re'aTo toj.v l cobdi e-20. S. Howrd ousting twe boy's parents e to M 4 fS Epplg,no* s era oAlr Cris tobal. MOist of Mrs. George 0. Lee Mrs. lce10:25-News

heret'?04 n-com audrwool- abel ho lrthw Fe Dvf olF I vebthebkrth date as I Carwl P. A m MpaC Claude Ms stand daugltere Mr. and g:Newrom Hotel El pan-
IMRSALnE:- Cadillac ton ot b. his grandmother, o t a i L- Da

ntor ert'dhr n1wl seAd owers n a- Hr AKord' d lJr. h school tcan hreta ernth M ir n A iLh W aueLo er y-ad h; :l-S e er

A i FoecBatn namessive Trin the.SSSSS Srtifcat woD^rS bn a m < Dreado -1 N
3 "1660.ResE en0v, 4-7 p.m. who said the boy needed to e- The g- -r r chaIr e ir IS ithmus r u4er vacatinschildren Mr. and Mr. James-t :o-1u4s- Toeo fDream Bs .
a' o.fetlne ho vi Br nly. I tablish his identity so he can owners or e u L Hart- tin the ,r "a .ld e M and M rs 2:0 ... .. ..:.Ws0 i ff'm
hes said _ofeten. uO wlt be enlist ,I the Army. Iod Tseltersin Noi0ood and Also inln n othaw expectedd toA ,I,0o-,Off
r s(gP 'art o..wro the. rpOU FO SAi LE '"hn ..ors fvnr s5irfounde5 of thle Hunt ton Hrt sail arerd veson.,I Char'
AbnAort I ne 6- of 1951 Mercury Momterrey. w/s/w The boy's mother. dancr M ford sWivOaIn nlarby Pa. TranCportCat and Terminals Mr. and Mrs. F a-oyd R, McD.r- .-
t7 toe ltupeefi.c l s tlres. newpone pot ad ry Barton, died In New Yor k 10 clli Pae ia llnIon- aro ot or-stor, ac.led by his mitt and son; Mins Mary 0. Mc T w ,:. p.
1.nd, lo.Xr, ulery w, eb;e rianed. _. years *goaparinteyro. on toty t ife. and tie children. Donald; Mrs. ; E i ePth McN e morrow a I I

th eRHe at h lHousehol rd inchrmps.. 41 Auto oxerd-se of ua h gr pill. eYoung &AdCrary ihEleven pa s ger are bookedr3 : r. and Mrs. Carl F. Mad
whole n lr aedw. 3-4911, olt has bher out Attoe custody o f6rd' w Si lvailablor toSail on thE e ship for Port-al- andthree children;. Of Corrnl- A

'. '. Tmi-g-Man: Two for the Mommy eadny"n ' ;" [ I ,, a" d .. r from a.P.Un andl rabh r/a l -5-- -- oah id iS
7 e IVE p 1orl-oehisne grandmot hesince he was comment on t le action. Prince, Haiti. r Mr. a r D. :0igno n The Ala
Sa a wth Frank SCor. Loula w ith Attached to thJude Elmuperio D. C "U a quota lhaemRp ete ,. fand Mrs. net WriahMt and two children. 4:d0-MPeaaturl Re7er
Sc on After police broke up the ar Doyle t Sept. 28 or a hearing wive teeth i. s .hieos t Mr. ;rSn-Wad'8 p yrnse I on frite 7re

h ,adusltry. To ment, the two men discovered on the a ire. Howtvera we are going to etircave t e. Tr:.1 o. Eli r i i Ine R e mueso Pu t

listing Iparentsame wo|anl ter Broccry fortuns tlI married to trie"iv l :..,,,,1 in
.ha t ork-a risn coa e-tr- TBEAOTEOS NotpWIMCT a 0 ;' -:d.TM sin.S.,a ro.er.
,d, o n lorenne Mary Mixer and John Ca .d Fo r rs I .r -r :ss ld ea a nd 1 M . .&- :tr-N e w
NOM hand 0wool-p o 1 rS ellsallpd. o Fel d e ort _viI a ll r. ta.. d avethesbtdh0 1e.and- -e sa o o

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t fore cthe 6n.1MAKtheONEthdate

sted.8, hXl. 19 a ....-..is.. '.h 9M.* r ..d rvit; Ho. T. aOsborn ad son; t-:15--facred Hearte

amed ntA tcf orl sO N E tWIo I R. -a ndMrs
"of e. lnt FOR SALE-- _1950 Studoebker T uit charges that the g I.i nd Mrs. ,Perez and Mr. and "..0 I See ri
ewsj --gdupa. rout heon,, k a wtos astees;ao o "and" threeC en; Mr.- Mrs. Samuel Roe, Jr., and three0:-- The Record (requests Fe
for W work- $399.gohod ondition,8dty Paid.outtheartorwds odreofthonrand ithI.'a wAtMrs..iRobert t. Boyd and chi-dren; Mr. and Mr. --nndth -please phone before D
ohomArelotor-,-37iet. mtere 1 10 (ildren; 70Miis r18M. a. Roscoe and five cdr

d it can e.today cn n t eput up a $295,000 trust fund for the.ml i m tt'impo ti1' J*so r aulat ;.miss .atri" .L m 8 13 4-. ot II ui -
I1 nollo* Ot froin5. IV' I-Holyfeld Injured herperma-boy from which he receives SW tiunM rHave r;ied I'+ .- .-s e..a.Mr.. sd ..0--ows
gI l 54t U textile Inus- her vry win epu rinted a s a mont h ntutbehisgrandmotnher...Pl y1 .... ._ . children; Mr. .and M ayOf1." uThe "anhaown
as awole was in a severe logger and knocked her Out Of Attorney.Bernard Cohen m al4ly d. chil- 11th and two children: Up.
.Thenworkers carriedaher rocking chair.Itoday's" suit did not Seek-any' = -WI Edwards A---M"s M. Sousa; MISS Mary L. Of-.' "-i
.r .rOatio share of the money other than u h .i.n air. ~., .. Deru d i. Mis Dlio_., Stueb."
Stiw form of sub-stan- and fees but Xas e n e ch 1i'.ildren. enneth 3. Timber; Mr.. ,ad 2: lee sho .

eye.jt, e depression (UP)- Michael Koralia, Prod- effort wa made to cut o ..the Pte*a q t 3. I m ErnestC.- ch... ildren; Mrs. Alice3. 0- o uww.. BOY
psl bh, d. ect, Ky., spotted his Wfe walk- trust fund, a support actfItI _._ ,PAN WI---and Son:.Miss-J ac-- .3:11.--_-apeShowDown
it .. ... .. pwith tfanear.k_ CP eso ... Sprudg qlu WIT-".S-.'..uMdEr Mi- niThel- WlM-es. and Mr. a -nd Mrs. / .Mulc For FrI aeD
Scan utof abar ere lt nM Would be brou W 'R.__-r a rs. nit Wright andtwo ohitl 4:00-Feature n yeo
Me nati ogn's-- bAr e roke up ar- Doyle set Sept. 28 for a hearinmglw n.ve ..0 = Pi- 4.30-Whet's YOU faVrte (reo.
Industry 1To namet, the two men dicovered. o the alta. However, we are go tev h,have eloehe-
ameza..lr.The nation's te were both married to the Hartford. heir to the A and P share the mrket with other cu r s- R be-
'e!lagto salme wo~man. groopry fortune,IsTmarriedrto'tries."'TWETERS TOTIClITI Ii--tVC Your F a or,, It e

Ye- .Coomsc"Ia 1951 and Kom alla in S:. u g Star n- '
I o ta 100per1952.She said. "I've been living fAat""5 T. 0

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a J, renMrs. Bar o l equipment and a strorehouse r* D hg we oe hs ea o
Se 9 th a ia n e a e t.n t ..eti tion redamaged.- S
9 talk," There also w an a explosot at Nohtte.Sout6 v61.
Vat r ,ed asking lualh Wa lst Nfie soj

tor l. s, on "aaen: w e iya a tsta h b a %i twoateoor o 14 Pass 3ei 4 -Pas
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.thl woul.-erteor my ego tl a rt g4an4atm t wrbe n i thr tp a 9ed a
T were "e : la d r e re s runn r tor a Opening le d--V 1

pe-al fea.r o- to dn .01 y B.rit- ratn d i .t o o awh e, btelshe. h
, be .h D,,e For tha. mo r t ao* s from $1@,-, J__b_ we w. ilyd b uld T
get of 'The areh . . t. ..

boyt reatr3, dr, D ireto a tlas o-e l nod. 00 "rkea lo er ," a e e f b thei a a cl am.e
.:b loy, res r r"dst t, hio c r n i n I enoCwaofoon w at rb lu wa ensw dusn V t i C wic
Mtoyr Wlth a rtin and Jery a*ion- wa"A O t ul IP anf d IAu g si i, sal 6 up. hu nured s of xperes wu
L a. Ho. O. ap Iithear of wn- .U by r te te im r be ofpd to Ying tO beat Dave Carter.
rs Paramou-nt N t Cbead I dus M tor ,- tPh.- "bt dI a f lal t

.,, *,o a.. D r e o r l v..t*d1p aIya n the .. I thes a ton ta champion.....
gba3 calt l iA, the'WNW-"o IM F I 130 CANbe expected. to

Y e r lYd Jnea d raa Iti rI% rng Ou thee Gu cr id ve we patriars 4( go.o- /t dm I
"gm,.s "0 C -,s ree wwu i -Su.m.ob .o- "m. ...w The hanbd shown onea
Th. eThegr tRsoimtntiaetnaol pe- a wSin senior 'tou.t r . -- .oldht re t ao .Dae. the aler
'I i gn---- rerf t of ehe ao fe the rret Ppa ir Camm hi B lsa Augut.
of t.he Paramo u ut a emiThe pla oy Tght ha o od dl d oo Bshowno lte o llrla Y d

teme yonan ", 8 vat the ath b r tha slayingDave w i h
v e oso -eble r ot peSis aeo- .. .. C.,,, et-gl.bonas d p-t-- h .- ad lt
-o. sph )' '* s ",,." a -u the sncces of,, current (UP).,m ,T rig ,t u .... t r i. ,l .e. tam e
inour aturind y. t To.. tn ; ad. 2ew '. .?. ,.rtute Sj, e sf to h a Missedesto

ivor of union h .reee. day and gam upb ihnst r emoval toe aw f iN t

feer al*l cha te see or heU ar ts
a l ambs uBreoar.eileftA.C rturning to N ow-r t T
40Msaidnhe 0te14rsouted.ath:::tu b, ac rtieerWhenth a clam
08 duen47taheavenTt ttat Bitai
14 1 b federal.wr. ai ,i .illt --,ue.ita.a shrug,.inter'tThe
1-i WnHo bbtrp u lawyer .p,8, i yiMt diamond
rAndth re t. histother'
on tbs-lltpnerdedmn-atr ly
or once'C 1e1-"wea cie a imn ear
tibs ne wouldenot b enou 0 to. e0T,000.. n,.. a s es w. o _su fale
Ti 'i. ;a.._ee c ti fraBee 1ek tenw -o*asof Cyncw a so i wer .,aN toy Voi" lea rht
.T sronsoras Iir a d era M rbu r wh d tewa t Carter won the first trick with
-_Adrew overflow attendmnhe, ji n ate ...e a yearago from,,Boato Spturday4 4nht, w r btth "a mP. and ruffed anher heart.
*q..,to .... Added ventil uio facilll.- .vnm Suofkoutyfth d l Post Office ad He thou drew another trump
a,"pHot-wl e- ,iAjlaime contingent of if o er.tot he ist ost O c an d cashedt
* i .. VsU Mel Torme 's Wife .ceud" t New York' etec- eouet, l e building in. a heavily e d
.99w r u m sint Paz a DivoroBr -ein ., tive, ad ,,agents was expect-.guarded convoy of three automo- gave up a diamond trick.
r1.az .andthu ase hr, AnUbyDtrain with the bYles. l
"Nosmany novelties and door prices .nimsF0 D-ca hv.e w 'Hevwa lucky, to be sure. The
M-" a" o 'L set11ureauoChakmnastribe of diamonds broke 3-3, and West
,Y ern HOLLYWOOD, JSpt.I(UP)-a r fedam tr Member-qfothe-hast tloive had to win the third round of the
,," roramount tnomps rr M Ton. was sued for A- .suit. But it wasn't luck that West
S-,5NS@3ED: New divorer-! cdu rt take by.sbwfo, and-lveleaf.C irrs smokedoy ..a. i..'fwast now caught in an'end play.
New uurtctormweactreaa-model CandyTextr' hm ndr toNewaYorkdfgi- eleafne smokedb ff to That was due to Carter's reful
Sftla ow. i ..onwh-c med. Wm with un- try hm unde "aNow.York/ugi- pryoe..tmob. dren of prparati..if West now "
rWh Jl.l Rporatw rant.,-ffWe.thnrto
coar.ne For Local Qffl ce ac d sot s yu.W 1 ,. Jacobson"" dummy could disca the
SIhu ,i e divorce mtlon -was filedmOf g or ue-amiitold eOUland if West led a club, South
A, p 01y; Uv Paramounat _Iflm $or central .g the u cirth to.BurkWs a.se.-in New York. _
- & w FantE puanwas an-tMea. heav.e aHe is under indictment thee for
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the huing powwr $p Foroain D Itit lbr
loer aftw spti a DDT type pnA
down (quick kill). tain how it kO wpt
KIM. quihe Al y tw ug uornyt, ad fse ms Mv
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AUEHP IN. THE DEPf--King Neptune's standing, known to his friends as Ian Stewar,
goes into his domain at New York Children's Aid society as the .mercury sizzled to a
new high'. The mop makes a realistic wig. There were lots of candidates for the part.

DOUBLE TRuti niel rot dancer, combines two .anbtous a* wiwhen
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THE ENTIRE CITY of Quito, .Ecuor, oo *'Oiff C"reently to w iatch a ,l
friend pay it an official visit..GenK',o"ia{s Ip4fp ttjCaf J^ ed
in on President Jose Maria Velans Ibrrai of'e d the ity tni'ieaMb tca6
him with a three-bour military adwactt ed.W.' P.1iQOA, -blaimon.b wem
the two nations have always been ifredly and ir net .l it hfo
spree in the country. Colombia ?buys wfeat, .ttlet .if stdi ti .ril
Ecuador buys rayon cloth, silki "tckisand&enentCfV ai ws.a Anim sy4gin
commercial agreement made in 188 was renewed or .(be two fIs a w t
lifts some restrictions on commercial gaigoes Chat pi nd fa destped
to encourage as much traffic as possibl beth -a s. s iWin .F k'o the
equator, but it is two miles up and enjys'i r*!ua fl-degree day-tUnn clsat* and
at night it's 50 degrees. U was just a visit f a neigbor wanting to say "hello."

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ooits hopes on Lenny Moore, who evoid a bumptut then ho hors-
will run with an back in the na- *B staraghtened up and the battle LoIn-cB..... .. .. 0.0 0
re t a-was p a ve w the an t. h--"bS bof0

V..A. MVP In The Southwesit but proabls ed wit ... ryt ;no to .; k-".. .. ..
s md "a n t-i one eo bad Nah ua t. e .'' .- ** ** ,t *' 2
those underrated technicians, ii eteran line and ersatil hlf- good crop has Pat c ad Jim Ry the a mony wtad .. .. .. 0 2
anther rean dnt fully Brow a' track- n an mood ingslengthto the when erer ..

I r I IOnie our visi n Pto Uni ery a 21. Co- o Our big loses were IB the back- the pair went under thetfinish Davison .. .. .. 0 0 0 0
INaer |n r lr ePak.gate's Guy Martin ia oed Oh ye ther' Navy too. W fld. Our schedule alais ugh- wefr the first m. He held wte'.. .. .. 0 7

pc the orede f i n ALde at Team p 1 ePme T, but the line Is net *0 set. goodness for mya eiaiqna i B you don't want to hear my p o r Conceptioe .. .. .. 0 2
S MONTREAL, S A art erak r lnova is com bac *from quarterback e Weh. ant trouble. a a .
S ept.r ake(UP ) So auth wes Ceonf erence.,pite e, S. :y .iab A

S Jack Crimian of the i Toronto Ma- t ls since 1934 the E-on Begle Nany n offeo he end s thr NEXT: The i Te by ay er a ha-ie, u aha tayed Total
S pe Leafs was named the nena- en-inhe- w a al y pound end Don o and a strong men attac n Hp t in front.
S L, cs O tw must note ha atArmy, oi the toea i on t
S Ic. forr 1 er osi n highest regard tor Col. Earl Nras a s th er was trihe bed.. 6 0 1
': b Write e Association he c elets uadsy andthis onAe Ptmesa. oy eh n a s e Seof th e ok hariins. aEbs *
tLo o raes b -i k up.nFrom lhe teamn iww rewapofmile toao wasp a...*i*..

: tween woratets .t firt c moiTe Giin eafredt ma naed oh Jhe Nelan --- Me--- --rvaa rhu rahed ata ed out- Klra** .* 4 2 60
h an p 1n e r t k e cd 1a s allowed o re ct oanls f eaiv e im g It 1 c amt g Bn-C oeg e Wh avy rro ssd a e lit- u It rus a shpk. 1 as .-- ander easily orearo n ey od b W .. .. 1 0
onretains the nucleus of then 4andexyndasn.athen

has 1 lee o i i 'nco mpthree fine sta r l nn Cor kso r o h, eh D o ure d

a I poilg wa Ic n om th:e B' eoay n, Ied muchShoeake redhsw/ e ea su h w Peaae up and p -an .... .. .. ..I .
S s o l Igs epes glereB oobhya vai and Pat U Sp thredWN I b u ho

| a ethe rI Mo t re a n asons t.theamotatkfv rh ehO raf t H he y Ta tte Lt urencHs .. .. .. -l 0
IIt d .oflthe As ocia n, tee n h s or yt Arka saeesn w a s er a-As y ttw e ....

So n~a o 2a1 T P r s o s it at quarterback to Univ the n .. ..erse y Don BrHe ron .... .. .. u 1
pot.e ," 1 s e-m rk Texa by takin s a l Pastd tof giving us shudders as an end.' N NE OR iSset 1t(U irs o tel w asua res pndehld w Babo _s

*1 Joses twc o H irdsi3 and Twgae s a r b is fit h Ieortd s f eirvth e I nel Bavetealague ,T ouraen Ctoh a- Thoteorer th an Rvawsgh c wreitto oft lrin p the ga mie aar it .... *
Sd o ased uNos, an re ie ba o e u n e and o the to and h e A total of $4,. ..as bet o
O r la dsIn ate pol e no aithr, Ewit Tley competition. Pitt, 16 0 p rno i oE In to 1aS, a th a r llt go oe .. ,
N ALWAYS H ITTIN. 1 -Arhie Moore gets n int softball game t s sbe. Yknowu u tem ber chat- Swaps. aa l a thidhaat-L..... 0 0
h tween workouts nAamed tah Inort damns. Mas n Then ae hand teh ne a Loe ahn sala sot ead Dor tes a r n e aue y ri $e mr t i. ri t wmen e th erd W rb "v N h -.

gtiivea Loafue'adoyat oauttnde f pamper oo rh hut Owo T ohon arti yckoe r B nll ege h g t Nndee o t r ee e y eir a I $alhra set le ge Natl h etti .. . 0 0 0
S B ener tkes a swing at Re heky Marcano's heavyweight charn eg3 n mun i s manround th re a hmalf e ta wiitttwlv hre on .. wT** B r w 0et

d llWi t n o v e-sI i l ofnd, ic, S.7., e a ... ;. o4 0, 0

has to t reher- has led ore onlb teae tie in 21 at1 B o 1esh, Nasohuan wa -ezrea alt r-04 1-5a. sr trb ori .. .. ..5 0 210
oH l a pt ae h oore hi them an aS ate net entee but ea the weeg nan'd er qa t herg f Rbnodi .. .. .. 1 Q 0 0
m" n tonship at Yankee Stadium 20r. anoffense the Panthers should gavepr to thi wras o r tvehit r sh akr Wta isindeh $6 e7 addie e .e-
nd in 1947 e and p olaed half a he Pgai rst ontrea Ma 2th* a n5dthe1emehafbacDenisMcofthehard orthes ph pveNArearot ,e
S n. le as e- msr asven t i stronger and hove an excel-4 had le pOR fi p r w.. 2e a, ai toward the rceno the raBte B .. .
Cor n bleltl srunnintth g field general InIt epti ale et oft Cor- he P11- e e at e ie g mes his inside stargter a eing f 6-ill. Totapa..._, 4 20
r.B "" nyl Salvaterra. o dpel a e iti a hl e Jotck eyW R% u Tsamenaydwtha. .. - 3

anr le ro inTo rhe C iPenn S that has banked mui h Cofi eto ..n b i nu a me easee Cp omentaa to a/ et e t
kut h hl n..... a rfe Ia s hopes on Lenny Moore, who eo hit d p o fo h en boys Foolishoo ul- sa otafr ingthlenye th .. .. *
I na nd J h I will ru n with any back ina the Ia- ,o boe s an p omuc f a nlge lack of h wee cla T e r a stralteneae up afndthree- bt rown .. .. .... 0 2
altaon, but was p ba ued with elagi-

ir ec tgv Phf oIn oTn he lS p southwest biity problems thino past summer.ob t1" ba Na provided t.n. nalo iecva -e tn Pie atWon d e tak r aeor Bo .....R...... .. 0
I e e .a a ta oe t fo r T as o te or lifte d him to third plac .... ... 0
t or- aPii M L e those under a rated technicia pans, is e t e and fUiend hea, haeblf- o b l rom hae the Pat Meoole ad Jim R sthe all-timo a moneydt 'A Bi .. ......
nd d adh =l n Montrea... ... anoth er e treason I dan't leefuim yoa te B a rBirT nOh lonk InenL o the cb' l t. iawshie, o alwo levethshRa o MindBngh.a t.-. m 1.o
S lt lotFROri ngl Ar a Chli ortex.o--(P lA anthc ipate our visi s o Ungversity t man w hioweghs n tu tlt o Col- Our big losses werb In the bak.ithe pair went under oenf I I .. ...... 0 1 0
S ad oner. p inna rthpe T ex2a bsecutiv ea onri e ll g bOh.inh. .ga b'cksiGuyMarting staowr atoasbdd Ome yesithere'sNbvyy lawc'e uel .fd Our schedule also is tou7h-wire for the fist0timd e e W l ... .

I. It oas h sl tl e h home like new. s primed to pull an u t with ti ne. ai September ... but... hwe el o s f from .ehan ever th t addieon that mein past the hat f e g~Ci .. .. .. 7 3 0
t ecs- ble n acks to hp m rn t year ug. Th Penn State and South Caroina. the three-quarters and a e .... ..
r .. ..d. f o ins tergCl aud APr baeonsam w sarplit-Th TbutL th cloUd. oodnes for my rA u u, ~thp eou don't e snt to hear myl oost. o to 0 0
MONTREAL *,hept. I --(UP)-- Southwest -Conference. picktheorderof finishinth B, LE-Ta VillanovaI .inW me= quartrbok pe he letroubles. hSwa ps made a tentative bit
Jack CrImian of the Toronto Ma-P Of the 21 polls since 1934, the E-Ron Beagle, Nany i an o.-seasonsnC.l e-5,,230.endRonaa hNE WetXT:rigTomv x. h e by R hayera lf-mile, butNan.huatt 8

ona's daguesmtBososa a rv a Wua e. champion only four times. o n twoaceT- A-Hoe e aMllerms U n the e I asttd thebn .. ...
''opcner for 1eohbythe League's other occasions, in 1940 and 153,e lT--Ralph Chesnauskas, Army i, _- i Sh oon .... .. ;, 0 0 10

.asebalmWritersoeAssoaiation tO-thesclouboseleltedkoaaopssameed1 Meiogd, oHar e ardMn toeeaiuer raining oet-ne ......
ri ,no rn _. .eo tie.eiGteviwngihalfneredit for theG-Ims tBuolopeneH olyth e Rt o b .. .. ..o Swaps hadsta0 ed o h .... ..

mon to Te He ladquarters fro ta toee l three fo nt h lf glae es ie, Bricght .. ,w.. 2 *a 2 6
Thel&taCColidsntrightl-tebsndera C rustTd- easily tnsred 12-1 detnta the o .. .. ....0 1 0
.ndrC-sndnClondeadlobeoteks,'CttheatexpertsebeenC--johnCenciPittM n r ao e sdbwyao ppi afit he ac ....... 0 1 0
hmhabs an I"e oB.mas'aoowedeorreet only five times in 21 at-foQB--George Welsh, Navy .. -really mimngToluys .. 1 8 8

40.W linltOing.fr tian.temptsforapuny..235upercentage.f falVh-urlmearn Moore,,Pw ste en.Ed e the two turned in t 0d
a .teno d'bomplet gmesIhThewnnte1e q e en I oe of theeda.u e was a le r th l s th r stretch Shoemaker u ed hisri e .. .. .. .. 1 3
eaAtlresarom m o mT ws Swapsatried.g. wth the Syracuseu. ...... 10
l.o1A edo.r.. .o...toutts.. ._trvery worst for early guesses. Tex-. Pat Uebel. Army I
left presidenCto fthisAsnociationtre ,.I as was the most pronounced favor.--_". s id ht .......... 3 0 2 4

hav te, le. ate in. history. Arkansas was renle. A bi CgstoryoI n h Eina Lio t. C Ttak hni
r l e wasthe.firstchoieegated"toisixtntoresurgence of the.toNoew Englandal%.M inthn.ofahle
points. H ,also reeed 10 see-mark Texas by takn it lastton Cor e and Holy Crosst I tr Y XSept. (UP)- and Nashua resp
o~d a .*$es. two thirds and'tw aesf In thevvy e, leandCaor- e-andal Royahcreptto rf

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pointo; Jim.OwIv tSyraeusee, 155;.to". He had a 2.34 earned run over-iYale was predominantly a Saba- The annual Playground Le uel team .in the "AllLeagueclassic.,910.dogbut the tird-mewit every leap. W, wn. .,

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M"AD M "d.. shem" "'Let the people iknmewthe rut, m id the cewoun".I- 1 safe" .r" 4-LAm,:
and made a record fo r r...

In Power Con veri Fon ? Ps_
h St egen andommitted Invitatons lor bids, bid shed- meant under one contract, The 100 fre dency wenaltve unlta in tS d the Ca.Tie
detrimental to the military rules and data on the conversion contract or contradf for the At: use ik omes on Ithe Atlsoat ed
ce in hopes of obtali fa. of domestic, commercial and in- lantic 81d co.o on will be a Side. The recent sye aled at te to the.
at cators atc side from 2-aycle to 60- Power Converi project 900 refrigerators, 100 2, c a
flm captor cycle frequency are now being Thirty copies ofthe pecia- 000 clocks, 715 w ma- att
Scharges against Barhart iened to prospective bidders by tlon and invritnonts or bids ohines, dryers and Ss, 7 2 Co D hat, i
-imen tsltoted as defense attpr- th e Panama Canal Coempany. and abid obedules were maled record players, 50 diO- ment bareent
t another collaboraton The speclficaUton Include 1,- yesterday to th New York of- tlers and ventilt fans nd suc of Motor
went before federal Jtude 405 bid fems. which p the larg- flee of the Panama Canal Cam- 710 piehes of meullaneous 1frigat titsr
S h C. McGarglly in Wash- est number of bid iteu ever in- any for distribution to pros- equipmentt rapidly ad ms
Sto oallenge the Arm' I eluded by the Company-Govern- tve biddern. Leters also are The conversion of both indus- tore, ep,, .i the
to court-martial war pris- bidders, oth loa adweremecdIn o t wyr5tmt
a forsboratintwdththe d, both ,local nd o the fthn hourS 1 S .
s o0n r . tC SUb ,S Wth ,,.ebd s..L tem. CZ Librory Ha.s eth rc ord M .

hl *, people*< P f Gurev llla-S New Phone Books oo.. , o.s t -.--
to ranI- -- i- -L
o oulwarpr iBids will be opened en the received sep issues o. telha0 -
at 7ort warns .3.1 Balboa Helsht5 Administration itorie. Te dburet ilme- ale mad
.',tt permit the major to B-g at, 1' a'mh. Nov. 15. of the pplncipae cities n tt
fo it Thi T phabs of the Powervd--d United aesIneAst
hwit h; :bd a a ico c dn vesin ProJectnt has been de.v canydllt on nmo 3l9
hCo sooro o prohbd, op- cial at industrial mot and rectoriesa a

t.oma 'othe -con. y ttinzolo and was the other covering domestic Include Duluth, suburban Ne r i anrd &rs. N. ,
nriStag)tRon to de en $1n l co urt Ncost. equipment d CNa Nuiu O.o s .a;' Mr. and ,Tt.
Whether a court-martlal r Sn. Adil rlet, 36. wife ernm nt service united. NY., Newar, UF oo .'
-hd for. Vie i notIrtr S te Martine. The Indstrial unit will ln- and Ore. Ut. Pebrg hl at P
ii I nt appear in court. Her oat- lude Industrial Divison, a e inulas. al an rs
Br tio i e ulltimr an rd told udPe tBo ate D ivison ao, Motor aed volumes for the ae cities alt
c as "o a eoBauaa2tot m th a lweat M. fa D l ormtion ean t fadre a r in
permOf thedo mf o to Bn Martins had suffered a breastt Division equ. Ihattanl washg on, DeC., Chi P MriNl M.d a
SwerNO-I(PI-TheThiwsepthas e. othe paowepting cago .Los Angeles, New Orlea ns City; Opl. sakd
sicevev"en Wr C.._l-ers rjth Crastobal piers and l have been pofIhm Cs Pa.
_i dhe N ,f k woman the Thewe adoodeulpment to be for the Cl istbal b a. l otf nt
button said in a dramatic conveted Inlu a total of 8.- Lbrary.d ,C25w, rer
art45 the ni pr In-21tt is a sic wan he sadPLertos e a ries h ur H imt.m the
S14. , wil w tbee taken tooCuo for n o te ose r e Mr. o Mr.t .
re re'w with thectctoy F- .I appea to your honor to'-

S itlIon in Korea. He woas on der the reputation ands w a ta
aed lna th e prisoner standinM of these peopartnle. Twe SoboosericerUnetsS3 Out. .dh
Sob Vicet 198. are cosmfStrblipper;.Landlorddo S' PZeaty, ofFor.
tainly were not forced otaae E ue,.a; ".lh,.
t-o.dinot a reIctr-Army these iwtewmIs. I ,tOd likeeto -- ''. b ao mCity L, of a

Ar Meady Nia asix-var en- C ot that the story of what MIAMI, Sept. 1 (UP) (UP)- Troublg fbeoCity P.dM0, of ;I
-KIn a sbelSuled to as happened has ape In A shap e, petite young strip the odw an ontil 35 a u Pr. a& MO wt e
awtf J wife, Cba e"r"s, an. d he a- uao- b tsso.da a rnd t rtt d l e r D B
S"++ . Smesmofa Do t i et e rr st, of aird bn ha en be pttiomec t 1ories '1 :

Sl i -t o ti ,con- destroyed." should hap er man: mac.k stormeadn l uthe osaed rt M.rs W 0tw l o
_no __ f City pr end utor Mile Mtvala "I love n h Please don't t the new omasf re ithe il ne r
pold th court that Mrs1 Marl- those Madies hurt him," she regaining ae ha loto
P-:of c lM, lbo raleon .. al B c,.alIy tod. 25 SBs therlandlnrd o ,thi o, ,.

.P" SAV, m .J l BI., 2 department or but they we whic-year-old Dolores de Cr-d =ti 5area tey hiardn rs.
M tch mhee w.th t ould whto lives said, "I d- eon-'t -w whcras se Im armsd '
se *o.Waee h I .tM r th o C. ,)Cm:ech i .p Forw

tehhadd Navy Employe Denounhav eeeinenOf
ft.mient's 'Insecurity Program. k.,mn&,M

arieaat e lN EWn11.Larank Parason, a Republican fore the subcommittee recessed were "verbally g
Je cd0 tie ad.toa. subcommittee member for two o three weeks, aid the "I [ u IHehe.

Iepr y ograu as an "In- The e involved a ma6-year-old ernent should penol8 in- wants cit, y;P&stand A telanes andMum a
ti ira' waba .has al- s.eenir Suiamer, alformer who omalously said n plaIm
"'ia loua accusers snd via worker at the Q-aD.. false Inodmation. n @o in lt n the
r'- to do harm .to any- setPlt, r. I., naval n statkl. He aid that brandig a person t n t (P a r a rby of Mnep enpOef w ...e.ap.
S ";t fear SumMs told tse subcommittee a security r;k is worse than call. P n as ,em a
aaewo 4, n a.s was beo tat because of ey t be dune without clearest jus- stearin eH u sete mOe.rrnl ea d- le
haivrin a n 1 t laetscos i er.t erepo a oeand r He argued that no charges Stted Re Ing recent ile@ ah t. ,

vy ae.ION p Jrines Jrbeastan do Defense Speretah bSould be brought until they are And lyfet would get eeof allLt.
-1 n afterr the charg es y Chorlem f Wilson refused to investigated thoroughly toe trained fla durre nai'doGee.nden de mtoTour,-'a vhe-r ther.
,..sw h ohere notafrcd ep a ket fl e men t.r..... G,"

appcred Im ifs nora un the Bummers' case. Chasanow who was suspended Residente In 'enman c tsew herSd.- at Japan
b.Wommit- But h noted that Carson "pro- for mn and then etat-t d s eIit to I

t, Oduced. *ege formation" con- ed about & ybor ago, also urged ', ovl te fore suo... aes & na. to s, ... i
N"naI a certain organizations. He maid they should be entitled Suchwdr s.. O_++U_-lp-r.esb in rune aTo
a erdoe "It oh s henefor quite apparent to judcal trials the rogbt to r pwrech
S to muanes wRO oraton -,11 -MO ter- oancdcunse Ia cyndgonerag ri Duan Me.I. Cho. ..-

... o ..ac-, .eededA J othena .s nationn of thsml pe me aid counsel. swa-.
t fICS ingl case was withheld from me and Sm th told the subcommittee the would 5Ig 514 .se erlt
fa on lbs. lnvestiqative staff of this sub- Na will not give a suspended agb 49,411 d Ie
eeusiitue' Johnston said. "And em t the of a secure. thronA. the
. the sub- th ts vital information was fur- ty g board because it mliht TWi h t., shek
shown view only to the minority men%- raise his hopes. had bels WIt
i s dl- emr of the suboommittee.'" I He said the head oa the agnenr sx.
a ar' les." Carlsoa denied that he had ae-,or the security review board had .
ad a-l cowss of Navy files. He said he ob-1 mingh make an adverse recom-. "Wea
Mhit s talkedd the hdormrtlon from pub- mendation after the hearing board natgraly
iaa--Wl i Be seNurces and by "digg ing." has reported. like ti.
OF THE 500 (6) -BvJanISl'ane

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