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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00853
 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: AA00010883:00853
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ed States Crfizens on the Camwl ZnW hull blwnd
it was confirmed this m pil q bl lH*it. .
As a result certoinhr p k Vl will fake a
tionoal pup lI .over It 6n they 'hu hma f
ried, and wlt aup*svi ; t h #eoolb Msteid qof o .'
Soute kt hw. I^p w fpilnve prinaepqb i
for -willt have erp'iplu a
Ti. Phyuical- EdIua.z atnd Keqti 1
be abolished, but the "p I t,
under the superviwon of i tsw p"ri e
A Balboa. Helhts spokesman "Ti
attributed the change to rising t
casts due to the .rent enact-
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ed Into 242 lots In order to fad*
Mtate their sale. represents
A nhoflt ftniture and odds
Sends whtlh have been turn-
a Over to the Storehouse Dlvi-
dopL by the Housing Diviston for
The lots Include kitchen .quilp-
aunat bedroom and dining
foofl furniture, office upes,
books nfl clothing, a table
aodkl f two elettlic fans,
three dik and much acseel-
laneous, a~tles as cigarette
a adlock type eafe, a
faosI cab l i,--p. hang-
era, a typewrtr, radio tubes,
ptrilwator. nit and 32 plastic
setvtin trays.
ON the day of the auction.
thbe buWlN win be spe by 7.
aU. MAsAit norns expecting
.to At bid re rsuerted to
eeale trly m that they may
be registered and given a
uaMMer b r :0 am.
kb* ca bp made by any em-
wiye of the Panama Canal Co.
a al-"'Ze oernment, Army.
iaw w or Air rce and by any
reslment of the Republit of Pan-
amm. who according to the
treaty has the privilege of por-
tttinI tn. a ale of this typ,
Sceseful bidders will t Te-
hatred to depeit at lWst 2 per
un of the value of tbe lteT
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-ft nln" occur.It I s ore b e c
The road w be realigned see. Some few supervisors may earetof
(Cotused en Page 8, Col. 3) end up with lower-grade jobs, alon t
but It was not foreseen that apy 1ie *ch
a will probably earn less than they n t
fer Makes were making during the past lcaI
school year. Brnop.
2-The Canal Zone Government teachms w
2 H e les InO ne released the following details on the -hc l
the habhes: .
In 0 "TWo organizational changes Llr
In la the Divilonof Schoolp-con- teohnli
ldattop of the. prldalsbl3 edas t
wM ERnsIELD, Conn., Sept. O r elementary schools staff of t
2-(SUP)--One of the most and- eliminaton of a separ- Schools
azif feats IPngolf hiesto te Physical Education and Re- "No
Seats in the g olf history oc createn l Branch-will be made the "numt
he" Cthis round of tschool year in the United ton teach
t IOhnsurance Cy Oen States Citizen Schools. ra iltse3
today when amateu Bil h- "The consolidation of rinci- '
don Farmington, Cn., aced plships will bring the responIst-
two the first nine holes. bilitles bf elementary rtncipals
Whedon, one of the early into line with the standardsjn A
starters, got a hole-in-one on effect in Washinao D.C. Ie
the .16-yard fIfth, and another Ditrict of Columb sala sarv rSeai
on th difficult 208-yard ninth. are tha basis for those in the
He began play with four Canal Zone and workloadT re-
tr sht bogeys and turned in quirements on which the Wash.:
anothr on the 366-yard eighth. Inaton salary scales are based
He hadonly two par on the out- are used as a basis for Cansel
golpg nine, blt wound up with Zone assignments. TWOa
* pa-over-par 36. "The following elementary MWE ftg
Ra O'e n. PGA tournament schools will be oomblied undeu Juoe wes
drlctour, ad it was the first a single elementary prineaai b1al4
tm mI tournament history that for each pair: North and l o1oi ._
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this Labor Day are th e-lot., .

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The Mee t o has thev pe in tsm eod ies of o Te Ppges Am erh qaeon e r at,195 ed ishild be ing o i*.i
aied to cived gratefuny ahd are handled si a wholly confidential dicate that theraneople - ti t. a
"a.t _esntris T.e lette don't bea impat ie t. ... Ife d .. .. ...'41101reatest ,periodof O-ver pe -r
t ey Lettnrs are publokhd rithe oadk r received. ty in his tory. Ifwe do- nt.. the of l u !i t *-
P, m try to keelp the letotsl hmited to one pege length. eonomge boat, 195 abould be ni (it r Jg"
Ieatly of letter writers is held Inl stitest ho ntidene. even better year than the boom the sa ai
li% n wewpoprof I smt emns as respossibdlity to statments asm O epn lm yea r 1-Ye a l t aa s h*
Inwuss letters #mM reide .. a .
0 o -Appro:mately 85 mlilo nople P w h0s
now have jobe Over 5 im are -I q- en
TIVOLI GUEST HOUSEl employed I non-farm enterprises
Monday evening I decided to stop at the Tivoli Guest House sue as manufacturing, m I ln I
have a few drinks and have dinner in the coffee shop. Whiletre, transe.p. ortns t d a5
trad. hbreking allaprevious ree .
Swa there that heavy rain set in so about a quarter of five tords. Average aweeky earnings ofe- daI itw wma. aitanb f thi
ing. ,nt ord,. Average wrreey earnings of % te.... a...... ---
4 to eat and headed towards the coffee shop. e factory production workers ir July / I aif ase ba i s-
at a mess The whole roof, t seemed, was leaking. Th were at an llu-t.ne high of 0.76.u
chairs and fleor were soaking wet. In fact It was so bad This figure is $4.4 above that of ae
could not even go inside. year o.llt
Now I remember last year I was in the hotel under the same y.ar ago.. lrederan l t
i9oS nd the management has not done a thing owards True. there are still some people 0-of ,eaue ft

In |H ^HAor sxamle1. ae 411111111
g the roof It seems as though all they are interested in _l without steady .Jo.b.s but hap- a It are n
ing money. As for the comfort of the guests, well if the pily this number is owing lest s|hen get h i tO m_ .. o o
't like it they can move. I. 3m nsf,,or example i7. perceno4s hewt hey aet lsn
They can buy new light fixtures, new lamps, even bought a of the elviian labor rce was un- these extra l ea aaea to lus
a tan, but for fixing the roof, they cannot afford it. employed. In July of.this year the t 1O th
Joe percentage dropp-d to 3.7 percent. wae tho Ahal.alooknitM
That .certainly is progress in cre. oncte h a c rn le
sting jobs. s walt oed a complete
Sbur current over-all prosperity I omn anatin e-adwas
results from stimulating many sit to break that monopey.r T a new -an
Starts of the economy. As exam-. m .A JUAe s4, IMe a for s
i .l. pleBs: Tax cuts and record per- A. d fALCOA i H a to cont u a.el
Sons. income increase people's A ats. p she FPC c oltr5ue5 its
I."' .- buying power, Personal security is was mant .t dre it seems'
_' 4urch advancednd by teessures that help. ibal t have its hydroeleetle' re to th liese will aow
I people cope with -the hazards of p Ils es regulated by the fed-exre at AD. Sim_ e one da
unem ployment, illoes and old age.i onMr e gaet tht in ed1 It whe b it la 1 thi wo ul 1
Tax incentives to investment and t i t to tha b uIOU latlS Io 1 tw aeer."
I sound monetary policies encour gei, wt-I u rlt dt
business ipansion---and hence ob &PI t pp _h worl wI# ul Third comFl %a d tReh_ t
expansion Sound credit lins arlwt awed of alumim for t lease Gu d lee-
stimulate home building. Necesea.a No E ." -tORw OIy. D tAr, Ar s h t James Ba k
ry public works have a favorable N EeWela aOtor ?-- -' h mt
impact on business and* empleoy.l- uld a o werat latIM* b o *M f
--ment. ald thew po wer plant, i but fl- I
Not just one but all of these many bui~ thePwithldrewait r uthekthnaui .
aids help Create an atmosphere fa., iiA .itit ie" tathr. M -fho Onl,
v reable to economic activity. It is. ausedte FP. er Fe
his "bundle of benefits" that ro t- Mas Sr
11nake1Ctoday's prosperity so vigor- Omhs Wi Ornge -GrovwEa&C sta.totae,@amIar*s inr -.
ou, so much more widely shared Omaha Wih C rantecGroves:'Stada e o. Moa r
and so' conducive of hope for th I SonnRy Tufts' c t r HoUlyw **w 69 a i a aIoathI Alasao isb M
a t o -The modn design ou o thie ret of the year. ituto hee). Today's ol to .la It aonal dee fort
c h u r c h I n K a n s a C i t y M o ., f e a t u r e t h r e e t e l e s c o p e d a r c h e sAj . . . . ...C ht a rl e s ("-M r Be t hut t b y u n wl t o acep t-,the a
471W,1 illinit nat3ional defense
symbolic of the Holy Trinity. Despite the unusual a pea ad aitc nhmotb been for aAdministraItal-R Btty Ltstarerl ovly aeS o o an ofS his 111
tieY pi ta hite V, nYIIIIYIItim: L. ay, the hooer .nod abl eRionuereean
he al Cuof the GooShephd, it is built i le that heighten business Budd Baer's exr M Man, dt. bus ns start as trumpet Ls Su Co nist affili mo
the trad itinalo form of a crosdn Its doors are hinged on a ross confidence, thisav record prosperity ing TV actor Don Maoof. . And ina' secretary. (Rip, i th 'nswe t the quet b
at tse trance. e we have an Alm istratil Joy Windsor's new boy' friend ins W her cute Uttle o0 MJYUtprovid yeyo lslsa s
whose ideas and acts stimulate Bob Moon, a TV producer. (gIlt'~ is Wale ig her ty al oerui s et s ..
w h _n t r i ca e have an A psat o ra .' te d ioeb1o dS stia rion i s we
t e ife Ade rooeperity, worker-S have steady --ad p Dexter (t-Mr. Pg~yrSi) Publr. hd W id wI it, ell
oI T U A.obs a nd more assurances of rae Peg s a Lee) Puocist t tl s
tinued employment and weli- ef. likesiPegK Maley who used tome.lot t.. thhepb licit pttick aaam @Iwwlao,
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*the Ws the of 195 a W w ae all- toiderWis or on t fhaet w G co 1of5o o2 -law e
AR!?EowwNIR Y altdpeo lmspictW e atUCrI:AOdoo.da fll t
Wi VVs g t A1s ou600 mPeir F;oe ehe Ax:"jit wq cartu l i, more athan r0,mit a eR w
-AND 6wao WA mar -v]o i,, th~ hcbneertlng er"own career *nwhat's
Sm .UL4 L = Bhoe0A A WA*S .WAT14 v OWtheirs horns-and "iScunshiTc & Shadows" which eeLi ,Lal as +o
"HKO &H TH ATLANTIC. ,OCEoAN...wh.enev cutbakonp t l. Mary Pickford's putoaog. Trying- I hs"A-, io aa i i .
S........ ........ ....lh ar she doesn't mbetr d ow'am ..
-the1way from store to What happened?Ihflfrlm.): xallk3 l* .0f l .',not
mie, But4 tWey think the future T tb apis tv er hrom 1ol haimde r*I
highw ,pV rIneasmen step upo ieut of tea Mouths of Press .ae A
their st atr. e aorsquence.l otAgents: I've been d turbby th oaat Pr"NOs ca twfes, esa-isA Vossa bste aashydts
pople, set go rad yleahoarohin teo~ doM her dary a s -tr

dare when five d different sur es bubbly-wtr at ar taver y -o-le. -'to 55i ef O
Paired 8-year-old. ia r g a retl-aen dansant and turned it in for thing -* IoU, Ml

Fedu.-al e.'mpet.atlon, reduced the j. sh.dal her, tb "r Ahe anqd a g, if o CSSC

PL: O N ....V iEuwora ....'" cost of GovwerAnment, i de the bi-, ga d, t b e I ran i.e .Nd Caroln ,de
'IAAI 5 ll AHOLhas, goest ta ceut in history, kept down an te re n t aub ci- Ined r t m.rgm l, ng te bIin tto . -'

Jun keiLdSTREi the cost of livin and IMs a t dvancina L...ecMp ..
fl OWN U--R L I'. R AN,.- ,-.,,_-- -eI'i J a st igh clb hal never. m 1efla stJ Aos-tt u
iTese stops give confidence to uoath u ebeept with hor weills makekTexash- mercarehs aluminumcl.
bcusnessm. Sowith oimi, indarte asd In yd ae lookIng fr aondewieso a ,ac- t ,whirh n t -C nerRoset or

h e.in h istoy.ep w d P. e
A theyAplan to spend Hmore moneytdancing at a plac that serves tcer te tb. Ever since the s'k' Unf i.os .Sam
wtheyc maneo not cream soas. So hew poe sh's sendin her Smpassonee sshd.lussF th sa' r- ag ."soNort in15,t.
111 4O-, Goll-To"l L FAUNA.or newa plnts and eqbpeuie.t beenSdancing In everjnight club -w.. -k.uda tabu .... ADOPo onwas .
thnwetid quaurtherofln svemlaan ikc e= iidersofrKuwait: oniusa uiotheM1Q GOP co ondrsgonethe
w&histnorc. Those new selling ca- man ad no m i (Gow Ros, who's no sTealoucrh Ina I -
WA _1 -.&Wpahsep and new factory buildings s*h's wo=nderul.'odann "tl -t-ump
--n-i Guiw SaIrEMAM adds equm rov,,i enimm eifl "
-m u The PWesidont also ias a reo- --E -.-bi s.-a--w---s. Bu t Inw u-i
SgrAm tospur the nrtion re z:'t W' sequinatnthe0Herse ----of inarlo wnciewalslam
in cahomes, schools, hospitals, ships, .... "aerIse--' i. l. a.bwt yorepod1 tow '1 thtefolat.
'a airport and highwaysw. I to .ad letding -ate.a e ma- an" tin vs""- !o Wafb itter itwall olm No iee- ot

I at. aplacethat'so maee .theJob.EverWince ,- ,. -- - ....ea-rsto e r te h
taketheay Pro spent' ne Nuttnn' From Nowhere_ 'noamsthe (.uteeh --.l, ,willl be le heest Is a maches p had been eratngUie life11""----"' heS he -
.ow): ToslgtsanqatmnttbhenSat. ev uey .... .w-.s ------ amos eN .. .t .n.J. .
hiways. Thouy ds more "am-t h e.i umL Agtean tamim J us ttheIllnS u o o S i Ij'da a h .

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estate developiants, Ia tUrn staft '
t Nthe mMachinI is at the same In.new.eye o ymAm
Cue so ight, so coovealently smam our nateowal scuntsyet
se reasonable In p and yet- on- onasurninsecurbet
talns sN to features of an office
tyerie-Great pp$u#e
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peds conference to read
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Br a 0 White mlp"
Wilkins. Rve every real
.to belle that the courts will
do their duty in prosecutor Mi.s-
lisippi does not condone s s c h
Wilkins said in New York be
vsa "very gjd" White ordered
Chatha said be would file no
formal ebhare- of jnurder.
"They are held a Lefltore CoUi-
ty Jail on a idnaing ae,.
Chatham said, 'ani f since the
gand jury nmet i Wy nt week
there is no seed 4a file a mUrdlr
harge. But from the -infor ntio
I now have.I .wil ak thq grand
jury for a m Urii lndietnMelL"
SChatham said Tl was kidnap
ed in Lefr County but anar mi
t w mW dered in ne
llahatcte County. T &O ody
wetbe, i dumped from a
bridge a at 14L miles fro.m .le
hOme of TTi's nele, mi s e
Wright. a part-mfl preacher.
0%rIht said when the eB took
TUi from his bed he thought they
would "give Emmett beating"
anid turnm hlim loom&
*They told me I woudint live
to be 65 if I remembered their
faces and told anybody," hI add-
'Maurdees i to.i 1, TUIs ee
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hers of b9th while and Negr
ehambere of oomameCe: "This JI
stAtion will eventually be- adAl
iatering education to citizens with
out regard t. tace or creed."
Dr. Narit whose wife abo
taught at santa Univernity, iune.
ceeds Dr. *. O'Hmar Lanier,. 't
SU's first preddent who resigned.
in June.
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The Youthful comedian, Dick
awn; has made his big decision.
E 'd just about committed him-
to a situation comedy over
BC-TV, then decided it w as
e." to concentrate instead on
V apperances. So he's signed
wtb Ed Sullivan (about'the only
oeen who hasn't signed with Sul.
is Alley Oop) to do eight
wa-at $12,500 per. He'll do one
meath, beginning Oct. 2, and
ay on about six minutes each
me. That figures to around $2,- I eg M r
a minute which isn't too bad.
SA 1 W ArFACT&rTalkelsl -s ateik. heep. .e first
all the writers Red Buttens an k"' w,..........
-tt e new 1 om n ,J ny secto did ban it. And there's
hQs beenarunnin.. tiougi tal nothing wrong with it at
a noeB faster. He even me
through a battalion before heg ha only beer singing pro-
went on the air, His trouble is fes lolT y sine last January. Be- -
essc Po.to b le allows rew- astub- in ow re
ess _... Possibl e shows brew fo he was trying to get
-ar w o eo -dingptic a rwlth at few one-iuns parts her sole -
nd the hrette claim to the ame e wants so
Leaard seems to have the inside badly. "Let's c
.zakck to MC CBS-TV's u ominj "Lt'
warning show, FYI." TCas i "Then I started doing the stea -
replace the aid Jarck PIr stanll'- i bit with a ni ht club perform-

her .. ,TV -a ,- ..A...1 got.1 10-week contract. I began
fpE' .. -.-, a, who'to trlta s W

is n" co on. I don't thik tI A S
that very much. Prott we
caon tier. weren't going steady an mre-- i Cinema eactor,5
ihes tWn t parte-hurlyand we weren't even speakif g to --Curtis
ei each other"ati 5
about Mist 111s.This is a V,
. tat a tcy whatbh eNw she's a hit singer w aith I of- Yor
Sstatesr It qphaticay:reord nobody can hear. I City
aneatto lie aarr..; I, want 8 110
tma o -ea r ant Robert Q. Lewis, vacationing 8 HO is alfilm
the most I person in Ehi dl atthI e erill 12 otn
buses. fct, rd rather
succsiness. tim e rathernd ih scol I Pais. At his first 13 Miss Gardner
su sd In m career a nd ass he 'n a of bi P 4 P el
e finacisald ecuit then. get sso, he fund e O h Peei
classmates *as Gone Kelly. 15 Firstsman 5
*- ------- 16 Prohibit
This is the last word-Lisa ,rk 17 Solar disk
TV TOPPERS the lovely night club singer, al- is Rot lax
wa s, brings er own bis-Nstylist 19 Veins of ore
4RINER *(CBS4T V): wa sI her on hbr travelso Or lsyli 21Als
known as a danei fool back be this is the last work E lide 2 Peer Gy
s. Every tie I'd get o the de now singng frequny on moth22 Peer
ee floor they'd all say, Look TV has had to forego waving motherat
danc ig." Vwha shadro ~esb I23 Fat
that tool da g.a stack kreb ea.hes t 24Stortnapped
Sh well on her way to d ul- 25 Brish
that amblton. She. has a' DIE QCICKIE: M a t a 25 Bstreetcar
part lithe ex pose s describes a ric bore she streetcar
i "he Pheolz .pCity met--'Ee was beorn WIfb a 2heo by
SIn i he lan a are so silver foot in his m ot." 29 Reuede
J'Ibe31 Raced
i; "' fth M Bube 32 Wo."
is anu er, park beeuse a Nearly 100 kinds of mosquitoes 3Wm
o t press agent rummed up occur in the U. S. Several species 33 Worthless
. em radio and partly because carry diseases like encephalitis. table scrap
Me a up a uey storm, malaria and. low fever. S4 PSntj
S.1a f i a36& Oflked
Sally. iet .utter's cup
SItwasrea ar-...40 maut 1ar
vy small West Coaft recordd .44 16Cmpss
bel Sunset. And it isn't to be 46 Compass Doin
in many stores, because 47Pnpal cape
t Jan't too good a distribut- 48Fin (slins)
st-ap. There Is a very good 49 Hrseck
ae, however, that one of the hair
e-i ndependent record com.- Sl a e of
yvlf hbuy the master and
th1 mom as star of the
that nody can buy she's 53 Passage in
a p ar position. People the brain
ft h recordthink54 Pedaldigit
'a Uabs w outside the
and *pvei industries have
f It press agent who
deemedd up the fact that it was
Mi m astad something,"

sayd the red haied beauty.

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An swer to Previous ,ile
Acto r

5 Genus of
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6 See bird
7 Stray
o Scatters, as
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2 Most unusual
3 Tidier 19 Orchestra 37 King's
4 Sweet potato leader, Guy residence
5 Wealthy -- 8 Frightened
person 20 Part 39 Resign
6 Elude 26 Go by aircaft,61 Rugged
7 Merchandise 28 Social inaetts. maintain spur
8 Mineral spring 30 Prepealtion 42 Courage
9 Turkic 31 Universal 43 Sicker
tribesmen language 45 Persian
0 Amphlthe- 34 Give pine
waters 35 Kitchen 50 See aegle
I Cleaves utensil 52 UJght touch


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.. ..- She badft. a e th dyi and good mad death CoL Law, a retired colonel In
.. .u Jw hewa abu us. and ev. Therefore, chose life. the Air Force Reserve, had lived
e In Jackan. Miw., for about one
.. .., l o a year. Be was named manager
7 to.'. e P. .. U .S w td .. t ui o th airport last March. He
'a ai at al htw.trsh oowas a naiv He of Pennslvania.
'dLaAhoA~ara C'nw- q'l "lxt" upS4H>lfl di ama "'. WOW "" v" Du." m World War II he served
Sto will aorc5 S ai on sO ;me e s be comm ander and later
; ..highway. t M OT as group commander for thea
.T hi M. . t ... o. w.om, tm i e f9eusI thift At y Air ce. ter the Uwar
.& '..y w. ,'. -, %, .. .;0 Col. B L a retired colonel in

&.r.d L Tet'rSa l~ Teserro w of thinking of everyone but him- ,wbro an rc about a-e ,cbeth me an.a.erv e, al e
SMr Robert Biner, out- el teatened d hee not do teir ar the special ad istratr for other

to w ev og CSSeho huteoe rted kIT .. Othaggrelsow iK--cldo. heu.i thv *we p government of Panama.
j Eec haBr.. ea ", E'n-ba-~ ,'plai*toa;t,. -. the more o be e prst. native f Pnnty tb li a.6 a
varsity Te "autho0rty" ACEm11 olDatcngPWorld Warnhe served

V( p aly .adhlet.i mW5 rrow en r his W ilborlgtd aD. e*get the a clothing of Hym e e'the m ote erd hom~e tof n the matd. I already frel like a halft
and to masume his goew olgymeto. pathetic "hel rne. m you sasriatenb b a wh.m hebaV d Vince Ianonrstantly tola
.... w """ d--- eede l .ta se a e' dergarten o" the fir". t grade, take owever p garoup d y toy my famsdclyor"h
Sl v-aa' y r Fore.thi cal 'Ask eter the wa local m f elowsm- a o .
a. t a W.taVa set r. ing en jtBr f' u g .ino. e "My wife went' to work about There working wives athe

B|BsAB*e beco r;t. office for tetO ai auual tte everalo n ed a duce Jo hn y to co. It wrll give inS aratic and w it carefully for in it you will find

-for the U....d hte "Caroavalutol willttaoks charge doAreet thdAim, be- you hel sul ageailoa leke fami hgd abet 3 in thebank ade someof te rt'aSon whya has-
ei .- i, r > ht t e f th I ea twenM a .jgngtg. tmbosre-Atoa riaridd gT m wi .bt.l re.t r out e whent.srane verwe c a rhe. bnd might not feel hePi sgaininga
W*Forhaoo1nredamesedB ass. t, rtoea the mue fo ba e wsh' prure clothe fethe inuch fro his wife'a holding down

a' be a at c6 Sd ay will b e -the night). h ti. rooms. It ma s prove. for sour ebshe had a justifidela renaont a job.
AbrokAW. ,Mare and her court (Cotn ed e i visiting choo that aFirst ay. The children had reated n
fV tr-" IrIA eieanesu iar yiPa.

= &w. te o".S. rfoIr rEdo o--r"t r v, You can ute the direction ofi your 'boy the oandiwe of-thetoy elr u the
tSAO n -m dan t Boammeroto rin g InThe r ohehsoour .d lowb l erason.a
yaindn B Si av ,etd"I'h,,,el .ah'FtSt e i--a. o Dmrlthens fne whosu K I S
en ". the -rnKe H'sh- aj e.stat i d tte habit He writer n..12 e time .rp you thority paced there by the U.S.

7dent gt. At al al compare A ofToSorrlt e ert"--but hims p t eanA about d a few luxuent. for herself,
t% 'a,"'Ar .W Mr. RobertB. Mer'manger, out- self as thre adtene d tact ess. nOot doing' their part aroundI the specialsem in isgl ) eornfer the

edersi jly S:li :, ein w. 0 hanes did -,g oUnited onrt d d eIT Isgana r e ssIved-as !ous when t aiv ae m t were helnho vne n.

ous pea s i iarret lyt advances! he aor ito'Xoo h-m Th resle b as obe is ou sho r e s e wtasduttingo altb sin hours e very
Jign edn- then rabt. Inano 0 tinhtebc bronght to Panb"
c o l. atFt.d AW.V Mouf .d tohe ose ;aond te o i ym-r sra tmoreyar.uno om me tan thle.d
lu '.nw .. Tn Mer. Q, skho, "fin s ie mand eou mor a heal B.I T -L
I lrne and th kd thae se to frthme g are euaab I O C1 O LOR

4t1 if:yole ossmbpeh ggal elatine ais nu. hp-kin- also eoa n n apbiate m
toIdontrearnaen e rtngd hel ownupo
a satifiedwithathe0deg a stenn mfthesfilar o ttakoutHowv o n her befMOR eI..Nso
sp _s drive r -nto 1" wifer wnt to f w UTere workinS wivesCIAF n

IU-o ew -atf.C ra wrtee'wis lr gionessra part time
S.F THOUGH.ir pm .s ill the IhtmWyears dtowhen I was earn- husband'ssideofthe story Study
fo.th ..S41piolmI a Wl,pIngl-s eato cling. ou, the iom. "'. toathe i a l arand we Lt carefully for in it you wiL fin
I Inthpaotrt itv s an h a teno u rond he ue.ar furbandymightnotfeel heisgainig
"toe orktohaaed hs n htuuserof u wash.
t'sEtimeweytook a grow n-upriendsoohe mhchtogoswifetoholdong obd-
stad..n-istrhplaad herscourt "(CotinuA.mft", 9caseiwenc ldnotlthat!ivest
.-NO*Metfor ,drthefestivieiesand. You a use ge i ett y mby salar nuthough3)rwcericentyof
several-miiiteryaxIoetyn-inmaari-i.i dance' the'Panamanifanefolkoboydsevin't n d oher mo nrte eoriC
ouiseears ke'otheor trsa edancesm.- 'edthe "thmbhrito"e h stdha n tio.
Biped -In the Pz e tion dumbia_1 "The bake s fors thjob is ourrs. oweverS he oe twas putti el bhoursf every
madSboora ba v t D m a te Y choi~ c mthe aterue c rwh oh she rau ; odrep-

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S3an lify AUBCRm.'N. Y. -(UP)-Parm-
'ae be-ch. But jud".frem er C. E. Wallington, of nearby
Stwyear-o/d's footwear, Martville, has come up with some-
she must have.ottei eid feet thing unusual in the way of e8gs.
about, .gi lat the i' coo1ng One of his hens recently laid one
with four perfect stripes around it
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Registration. for classes, which begin October 3rd, will be
held Tuesday. Wednjaday and Saturday
Sept. 8, 7 and 10--from 9 to 11 ajn.
-'at Residence 744 A, Lam Cruces Stteet, Balboa.
Previous students may register by
Phoning Balboa 1751.

2. KLIM keps wit.uet regerti.o.
3. KLtIMqety is always IfeNrm
4. KLIM is eumH l ter-fwsrwl lare.
5. KLIM ed em...a shma to es*eed dishes
6. KLIM ish rcmmaded fer WfeOO fel.al
7. KLIM is sao isthe ** peel..peowd t.n
8. KUM is psed *adem r sm-Ift est trli




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in the Patio
(In ease of rain by 8 p.m
event will be held Ounds


Throw Your Cores Away and'Join the Fun of CARN1VALITO!
* MAIEIL4, Queen of Fantasy, and her Court, in Costume will reign over the festivities!

IF YOU DON A COSTUME-A pretty or an original on-you'il participate in the raffles for
or-nse a0 or mGT e w awndsd or earryins eat a
COMPETITION of COMPARSAS I them.6.86 a%# fo rdaw ta& .
soarY, no M as, COWAIrMS.

* CLUB 4:*-Frlday oly-Midalght to 4:30 a.m.-Ray Cox and his Trio El Arranque
* SUNDY.BRUNINCH IAMCf-11:30 sLm. o 3:30 p.m.
AM f A the. eciou meai, eon@wetary cocktail all for $2.25.

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* COtIl Hair

* Cqshnsere and Wool

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* Waterproof Egyptian Cotton Roincoats
"Pringle's TOO% Cashmere Sweaters

Q Sleeves Pullovers Cardigans

* Pure Cashmere Scarfs.
O Wool Argyle Hose.


No. 21 Central Avenue





We are unpacking

e Modern metal bars .....1.00
* Wooden bar in form
of beer keg ...........450
* Ferrl .wheel bar ..... ^h.00
* Small bar on wheels .. 33JO
* New assortment of all
kinds of glasses

* Modern heavy gauge
Bar-B-Q from ........ 29.50
* I Gal. Thermos water
jugs ............ ..... 7.50

* All aluminum rust
proof ice boxes ........ 33.50
* Complete line of Bar-B-Q

* Keep your bathroom
sparkling with
SBathroom matn with *
rubber backng 4.A,
* Coco mate .......... 1M
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FOR RINT:-Modern calet: 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, t wa- Zoe D a l
ter, large garden. Can be seen Canal Zone Dental oiyllnle
52nd St. No. 15. (Keys oat 52nd Dr. E. FABREA, D.D.S.
No. 17.) Phone 3-2228 during
office hours. Denlure--bride work--nl Oriveal
52nic Geours.__- Oeneral Prtlem.
FOR RENT: For travel.,u Tn 4h N. MAf
milhed or unfurnished house e Thou (4e of Juh l a e
iua please. Call Saturday and Tlepoe A tnM hool)
Sunday elf day. Boenia # 705.
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Stiege: 3 bedreams. maids room.
Pasadena. $70. Balboa 1866.



Tea and Coffee Cups
for Collectors I

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Dodge Sedan
Price $550.00
1 $185.00

Irc y Coupe
Pull Price $750.00
Down $250.00

53 DSoo Sedan
Full Price $1,350.00
Down $ 450.00

44-dr Iti'. Wagon
Country SIdan
8 Pasmngers
Full Price $2,250.00
Down -1 750.00

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Phone Panam 2-0552

"Chimuwprstle is the science tbat

PleAmer graduate 1
It pFr Zvim Tel. a.asa

tWirli"TS' BAXTIR, .A. 6
Peki6n It, pero. Move"t
Phemnes 2-241 2-2562
Learn Ridl n g
ft1ing Jumpil elese deln V
St p.m..- leneo -027g
S 'r by ippiifmment.


aolion ar.8arrge e"elln#-'-souue-
A obbe Reas e s, elo ofurface a
Several company mgradem o brid ge ad culvenmw i the
jeers have been reassigned with- ,ridghw aydcur t whi--t-.-chti
In the 33rd Infantry and Post of which is about twoy a it leeg.
'Fort Kobbe.
Capt. Charles S. Pierce is re-
assigned as company ommand- Similar methods for recon-
er of "H" company, replacin trUetion ad widening are used
Lt. Russe M. Era-, who w igOll bYhinhway departments in the
remain in the unit, as executive United States: these cost leix
officer. Pierce served formerly than total replacement and. atll
In Headquarters, Secondas ottal- DroIde adequate traffic capael
Ion as 8-3 officer and executive ty vth reasonable maintenance.
officer. Until Gaullaird Highway was
Capt. Thomas A..Murphy joins ostrutdn# re top
the Third battalion as company the road which linked Diablo
commander of "I" company aft- Crosslg to At .,,ran throu
er serving In JWTC 8-3. He what Ow n Io Ook Air Force
replaces Lt. Anthony J. Leach Bae. In 1932 thl poad was role-
who will resume his previous u- rated b use of the construc-
mignment as platoon leader. ti,' ofAlbrooki elj-.
Capt. William F. Mclnaney I The relwcateds aection was
lso takin over a company In built b the united tates Army
mThird bat.alon, "M" company. under contract and turned over
Formerly assigned to JWTC, he to The Panama anUal to replace
replaces lt L. Dlle r the old highway between Ancon
who reverts to his duties as pla- 'andDiablo crsiung., Thla origl-
toon leader. nal relocation was a reinforced
Capt. Clarence E. Mosely. for- concrete road 18 feet wide.
I merely the Post Safety officer. It has been widened re-
has beenassgned to Heavy Mor-aved times snce1932.
tar company as companyas company co- In traff studies of the
meander where he nI taking over action of G Highway be-
the duties of Lt. Ted Vance teen Tivoli 'nd Diablo cross-
Assuming the duties of Post 11gs3showed that 10.00 vehicles
1aaety offIcer is Capt. Oliver W. over that section daily:
Robertson, who previously was hourly peak was 1,445 vehl-
First battalion's -4. Robertson's cles.
old job is being fille by Lt. Last Year further studies
ze Johnson, formerly o 'D" showed that the daily traffic
Company. was approximately 12,000 vehi-
Fort Kobbe's new club officer ces
[will be Lt. Vance. He replaces
Lt. Eugene Burch, who will re-
main m assistant club officer
until his departure from this GREGORY FECK demo
command Sept. 17.
Lt. Donald R. Thomas is now (, 'u 6rOTT I
assigned as assistant regimental 11i J JE Pua
S-2, with additional duties as
Public Informatlon officer. He is Great roloau at the E
relieving Lt. Jack z. Schoonover.
Other recent assignments in-
clude that of Lt. Hans Ullstein,
504th FA battalion, who is tem-
porarlly on duty with the reil-
ment as Information and Kdu-
catio officer.

White Rose Club
To Hold Loabor Day
The White Rose Social and
D c Club will hold a Labor
Day together" with their
d9 the bamemezt of building
fSa (Dut *owl Area) In Geam-.
The paxr will last from 2 p3m.
wta wfpsvlo the pd.



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FOR SALE-9-ft. Wataghouse
Refrigertort. 50 lb. fhemoing
snt 125-cycle). 705.6- Leaw.,
FOR SALE:-Cbion m caia S.
College dormitory, Ase. Set-
urday end Sunday minsing.
FOR SALE:-5-piece letam ~et,
plastic cushlens; washing mo-
chine (60-cycle) : Q.M. desks.,
chests of' drawers, 4-dmwer
steel file cabinet;- il peointfl
and from; hoeu roeoodl, b-e
end cleasical 33-1/ 78 pM i
other odd pieces; all et very
reasonable prices. Willr lse selir
pre hn. accurate target Ihooting
equipment at fair valw. Leaving
Zone. Jaffray. 511-A Curundu
Hts., 83-3225 after 4 p.m. end
all week-cnd.
FOR SALE:--4-pt. bedroom set,
mahob'ny. single daybed-eouch.
2 rugs 9x12, tables, chain, mis-
celleneoum items. House 773,
Apt. C. Son Pable St.. eBlb*o.
FOR SALE:-Twin beds. Sim-
mons, metal. ieautyrost mot-
tress. like new $120. Quarters
2020.1 Curundu. Any time.

New 4-Lane
(Continued from Page I)
places but will follow, In gen.
eral, Its'present location. ,
It will be surfaced with either
asphaltic or Portland cement
concrete. 0
Plans for the modernization
will also Include traffic aignils
both for vehicular and pedes-
trian traffic.
One system of signals is to be
located at the Galliard High-
way-Frangipani Street Intersec-
The sur face of the new
throughway will "be laid partly
on the existing pavement after
the necessary stabilization and
levelling have been completed,
and partly on'.widenod bases.
The w*ok Involved la the
widening and Improvement ot
Galllarkd:i Uhwa wl cousiet
of the 9 t a4et of sub-
dralnage, reloeatioq of some
uUlltle. w .isjt elqmn out
and fills, ,DJnUi o If. ex-
I~tingr Mavmht slabs. applica-

OX 1211, C0 1 Q L CL.
Box fill, bav,, l. C-9

Ml seellllaO ,
FOR SAL -. Spriger Spaderl
pu re red, teal dekd. Celf l-
FOR SALlM-Two fameleCsek.
or Swnali pppi.es, swe wlOk.
tUilw.ot. 161 Vis. Hliew Pro
m. Sa Fmrisbce. PemeM
Iq(ttage s r), appsie ow
course I a.m. to 8 .m.
FOR SALE I-Asseril"n JPe pr-
ftW canditonM. "Cehemnle"
Blkndr Apartmet # 4, 49th
Urs". Berams.

t see ur e wmste. AlRUNA-
THY SORTING C0000. erm
side Strmet Hteel I Peam.s.
Boats & Motors
FOR UALI.- 14-ft. somi- ru
"eout beat, sitowring wheel 04
mounting valued t $25. If yak
boy the wheel end .smwWOlN"I
will ive y u the bet. A. -
arm side Slmet Htel II Po.-

Progress Nudges

Fire Alam Boxes
CHICAGO -(lUP)- The Amerl-
can Municipal Aaiat~on says
that red fire alarm boxes are be-
coming out moded.
The Association say# that tele-
phone alarm, eytems for use in
all kinds of emergencies are grow-
ing more popular; -
Telephone systems have been in.
stalled at Roanok Va, ; Mo. IJi.
Fla., and others authorized' eo= t
In at India spoils, aInd:; Syrue
and Solvay' N.Y.; Rockford, 11
.,and several Canadian common
ties. ; *
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ports thoa t e aww
system at present Is Xg consid-
ered at HEqUtr; -NeW Or-
leans, La.6 ma&2, eb;,. and
Princetop,- k .. eH -;
Among| tme Ha I*' the
enimgrenry telephoQ ,nai tions
is that they ca e uWid to rdpdrt
any kind of alarm In the fire de-
partment .or. central', city safety
Cities that have telephone alarms
report that they hay had fewer
false alarmi, too.

'Red Mos Cattle

Disease On Upswing

CHICAGO -(UP)-. A dAsease mf- C monj aa' ben r
fecting the upper -espraty tract e ed e m the q Office
of cattle, senatimn .a-od red e Armed Services rach office
nose" or "dust peu.moja.,"' is re-le tofM AredServieNsw BrWtI h of
ported to be ean"a .th esse.. j appoltmeAnt of Williae
The American Veterinary Medi- toth ofiltta m a"emit
cal ASblisti~ti SF16 *s of the Balboa yMCAAMO.
has been Increasing steady since
it first was Mso 4p olorado Schmitt th m n et of
n 1950 e
Is correct sme crotni rhi- Panama recently apponted to the
tts c orret name brie fly, Balboa Committee l of a a g e.
neurotic rhinitis. I ment. T. E. Oglsby, 0 a sr a I
Symptoms Include high fever and Manager, Fuersa y.I= was a
frequently deep imaatmetose eo tdanconfir i. 4
Veterinarians believe isceaud M bittuns the meager .of Cha
by a virus, the AVMA Isai. c atsed Bankt ine aU ilai
Constrola jesures Pptle of tr eaurte r t5he
care by a RvetoWrt iUeliIp a- c
tion of infected aMimals from
healthy OeI Sclhmitt's membership em t he

ending role in drooqiti:


galittee @6 M aaa t brIngs
stioe en the YMCA o
rmy Navy and Air Farer Pa-
ami Canal Company and Amer-
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FOR RENT: At Il Coeagl*
"A" Se.t: 2-bnedrem sprt-
moa, bet water. PheM 1-1141
from Ift 2 Iand 6 to I p.m.

. FOR RINTr-Apetamet, tr-
tedy ldepedet. 19,th w-
Ias. d.w.e. Sam Fm.-

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Second Strike HiIts Auto Ind ry

A 24,0O AMC Employes Walkr
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C iT Aie Woers eae e 1,. b c its b
M loye,. early .e- r w o ce
pnd strike in the auo tialtryM.ain Ford and GM ontractsdo
as many days w"enn gotiators elude office worrs
failed to reach ba ffct by a .
midnl ht deadline. T' Chryit pdlan a'
Workers walked out at s e v e n lad-of worker s upa t W.
ulats in Mihi. and Wisconsi of rbe nori, l t 't
while the nege torg were discus- durla a hzlyear of.i
sing a new company offerwhich me t i provide
raised hopes. for a quick satthe- h nay ucreas for ac
meant .h e ye#Ars, 4ptam
AMC makes Nash and H4udsomn 1 i l ri
automobiles. l aMM esame f al
The new offer was pre-seted tot .W hIcrs selflor ih
unon negotiators lesa than two ad orn s *peI Jo.
hours before the strike deadline. orman....... tth
Thy caucused almost until the dNorm of thews, v.
deadline psed and then re. dent of the -UAW sl M.
sumed full asle talks at the Ve- the, umi's Sle *i.Pitu
eran a Memorial building until o Is ihe W4 j t.at -''.if
1ut5 hJa Wa k m#O w

town h1etel0 1 jptrqos, R e-"
made forat Ap T h9 es bg ,. -; .
The necttionms apper-oe. o e.Hnf-n EaMMAs
follw_ ._. pettera set in the u. KW5 F a mf s.
lon'a tlks wit. Ford andGesec- _.
aI Motors last June and Chrysler 'a| B tLi.
Ceu yesterday. U S t J sI
gme 139,00 Chrysler workers
In.seven state's truck for 0ixnA r.. Tu
hours arly y tertay mor-eing O V (lwdI' IUv
tract wh j teNdod theg ara- LOMDO. Ont, 8 -pt,|_ (
t.dvs wagr p AmLe t se m -Wine Runsn frm U
plant and office wa%. heir tOur of Wa ,'
Cbrysler became*LoCtg -of todayhater rec iStE
"va Three o. adopt .Upple- fCnf m m apology from h A
s 1E4t 110mornsnloy emm' po tWeao.ff.
gad.r t mtbs-ged. at G0eade ,'.' ,
M o t n s a nd T old stor C o. .- .2 1 .. .

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L lad., at 11:M a.
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reftIed to idenWfy
To avoid a repeat
ace of the -Monltr
mpeg demnfattndton
emeut ket nascret. t
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FOR SALAiUh-- Peekeed 2-
Saudlum. ,Mel, I a md, me-
cihenleceleditio. Oee .tS_ bar-
FOR SAL.. WOO atl .. Cat-
Tim end in .qm 4 r
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Thimsr is to sell.
FOR SAL:-149 Packad 4-
der Se dam poinf new, tis eand
lineo excellent. pd reeper-
tatian. For eav $40.: SMIOT
& HUNNICUTT, S.A.. Cain.
Phoeo ,se.
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feG-der Daehume SdeS In os-
ceat endie., time e*d.
Iat rums pealct. Se bls bar-.
gob. Otp 0* 00. Pleme Celeo

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7i a 4 ?a erw rin 141 critiim ceabftie Formofs a lreI is I
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exs. The N 2uth West North the redcton in farn - factor sas ? .bn the reslu ute tangis uordear the Koiedn

', .r" 1: 1 . a S7 percent. fend V-.... or .....,.
f s m2Iu0,iA "This stability wouM Indrtate The Wilt age said doc-
l th o te ry' good Power ic h e a nie SS arroraod nd entt eIt stateent th reat o.3 odo
... o r .l slo deine r oda ti

wi to er pricesW Bewe b fatWQ trumpand cdanredo the monl Fce to tr irf tors n to e quet menth bron t orea-
.e g I A. "- weId not e eM or.d r m to ext n 011"_e._-- onth a e r ore bout by the end of a co mbat op- I

e1art.1. .1ctBge 1 good 1ottlen far a e A 5. i .s f t&1nsd c, e- flyrations In Korew.' weaons of u r-
S. .. an dke terr Were of beating at twowo B t It d o

Swe wie-cree rMsw, spades, I didaot really mean that ou
The Witnt:' Someone asked Cgeanirset a ws d 8o rout close South ould expect hat actually *
pmo"i stut mnw Al Wyatt', to that "iywood gag out a happened. South d-dnt make a r ,-
hat's tht mo t daltts stnt fim onttpaby's tlogal:- "If t s a n gle bad play, but he managed t 5 I BUY thE
you pe1rm1 0lw sI without good h bet' mlrala. t But Ito take only hour r The p -n
esittian:. "Driing to Univera !- with .d R Ot prod . alty, oven with . honors,
te r.n_. -_ti s..dio o. Uto n, -t ha v a-_- h .at I a- A r in i r __i
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Not -eU .1 Repot t. . .ub to i s s .,. e.

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NO FRIEND IN SIGHT-This pooch got caught in a between-hurricanes flood in Blti-
more and had to seek refuge on a floating piece of timber. He could tiW a little help..

S 1SHS JST KIDObIN-Jan' Stadius promises knife dealer
- Deane Russell a close shave with this razor-edged "byo-
net" knife at a Finnish- government exhibit at the Cana-.
dian International fair in Toronto. Knife belongs to Rusell.

QUilE A CATCH-.Wa Splie Jones won't rivv1 Just wiit
he leaves no doubt )i "the fishing's Just fine for lorin s

AjI T OQUZI--Italy's glamor queen, Gina Lollobrigide (second from right'
jois'four other film stars to thump the drums for a circus movie In .Paris. With her
ate (from Jeft) Tony Curtis and wife, Janet Leigh, Katy Jurado ahd Burt Lancaster..

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.,ier, try oaut a new kind of jelly-that comi
Wb&t'sthd a snack

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JI Aa l.l&, Awarm weather... Second, and'm rre in$lpd t. tbhy show; mie.
jradr stai'S that -guard the. apUl oohanf
peninsula. Th.DIstant EartlyW ftsitlwe (DEW) will provide
l m.bouKf wathing or .the United .States in eveit of o4n eqneIW'attack from-that
Iretaon.-l1arejhree lays, of radar statop~s built by .United States and Canada.'
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CRoss e TH I RUIlCON-Remember about Julius Caesar crossing the Rubicon 'and
marching on Rome? Well, anyone could cross the Rubicon at Neosho, Wis., this sum-
mer because the river is only a trickle of.its former- self. Ed Albert is on pier and
looking at river bed. When a new dam gate is built, pond here-will refill with water.


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Espagirico, Pompilio

Top Contenders In 'D'

$600 Sprint Nightcap

Juan Magot's speedy Chilean-bred horse Febre-
ro II an odds-on choice to win tomorrow's fea-
Stred $600 six and one-half furlong sprint for Class
I) imported horses at the Juan Franco race track.
The poor starting son of Oak-!toats round out the group of five
land last week scored a post-to- scheduled starters.
post one mile victory over t.hei e Colombian Luis Giraldo will
highly rated Albatross and this guide Febrero II under 115. Ale-
week's shorter distance plus his jandro Yeaza has the leg up on
iNo. 1 starting position should help Espagirico. Cristian Reboiledo
considerably. will replace Bias Aguirre aboard
Main opposition is e x p e c t e d Pompiho with 118. Felipe Godoy
pfom the stout-hearted Espagirico will Landle Kiosco's reins and E.
w'-ich two weeks ago upset Life- Corcho will do the booting on Mir-.
'boat and Albatross. Pompilio, u- zatoats.
usually a slow beginner, rates a Kionco, a speed horse, c o u I d
good chance of" wiuing also. score if the strip turns up muddy.
Longshots Klosco and M i r z a- Mirzatoats' chances will also in-
crease on an "off" track.
- However. tl..newcomer Febre-
IJuan Frrnc lipn ro II bas already proven that he
.JUanI I Ura 0 IPl j is equally at home on a dry track
or muddy going.
In th e secondary traction,
By LUIS ROMER Lifeboat will try to resume' his
Winning was against the improv-
1-Dainty Duchess Topocalma ed Nesscliffe, Dark Sunset, Mon-
2-Devon Maiden Mr. Foot ey Maker, Ponton, Sally Spruce
3-Don Brigido El Pasha Begonia and Supersun.
4-Panchita PregoneroI To.norrow's attractive program
.,^.,Uyuyuy Golden Pick is the first of three successive
S6-J Ne ro Fuerte days of racing which will reach a
S7 -'-11anfat Salustlo cUimax on Monday with the run-
S .-Bugabab Jal Ala ning of the S2000 added one mile
-' ieooat Sally Spruce Labor Day Classic for three-year-
10-Merry Mason Pugilist olds.
.11-Febrero II Pompilio ,

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REASON FOR JOY Australia's Lew Hoad (left) pyully
flea teammate Rex Hart*ig's hair after they won t a ehamlshed
Davis Cup at Forest Hills. N.Y., by defeating Tony Trabert ad
Beluas at doubles.

luan Franco Graded E.triel

P.P. Boere 5eaey L 0 g0op ENT ODDS
Ist RAse "H.I" Inmprt-,% Fgs.,M $40o00o-Pool Chemw 114
1-D. Duchess t. OrtM 11 4a well in lut -1
2-Toocalma R. Cr0i- li ..-tt improve more 3-2
3-F-rly able A. ValRE u be elose pw
4-Gontaa J la t .vn- lly disapoin s
5-0. Wonder. r. Od Uf m-oesn t .seem iMly -1
6-Netbrighton Rail Dafl -S' --hae isn mud J eay 4-1
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UJSTION: A b u t oya E. aa 15 to mt0 i
at a the plate, roll fir; th e bat- 0t o 0. Prescott 118 fom layoff
ter r Acbls firstbease -af -_t-but AA Al'ao l --Refa0 at tai ".
Isnt li a foulV-Brian Kelly. --Mr root A. Ubida 114 u44 WM be elo up
Answer: No, the plate is is fair
Q. What has been the most, i to
earned runs and average along rd eNo " Notives F. Pase $275.00 Peel Closes
this line that Eddie Lopat of theI I.w
Orioles allowed in one season un- l-Don Brigido A. YeL a 112 'tsu'lly fractious.

itof course. .
I ." How far i'.s Roosevelt Sta. 1--'Pregonero M. Hriely 110 -Gould chall thnce n waud
dA.m n Jersey Caay from Brook- j-Con sentid A. Credidio d ow t elbep'
Q. Did Vic Power. now no t M Paha '. algp 116 -1k:be X a 1k
wn'ns Ebbeta Field? Herman 6-Gol. de Fan Cr Oretdloa 1105 -Culd re herll
Rihtwould be a b4-urve hitter In t. oll 110 -ooked good in last
A. Power batted .331 d mi -Pnh 114 --u
fr Kansas City n1952-S3. That 4th Ruae "" IMpet* 7 Fgs. Puse $275.00 Peel Clems
was Iu the American Aieclale.e QU INIxLA
of course.
Q. How far is Roosevelt Sta- 1-Pregonero 0. Oraell 120 -Culd go all the wa
dium in Jersey City from Brook- 2-Consentida A. Creldidio 937-LIghtweight coulhep
lyn's Ebbets Field? Herman 3-J. de la Cru B. Ortega 112 -Coai- *urptrise again
Rihlter. 4-Survey 5. Gast*U 110 -LeAwhed good in ast
A. Approximately 45 minutes 5-Panchtra Hdago 114 lance siti Ityl
by automobile. r 6-,Don Pitin A. I" aI 111 -lrur be the winr
Q. Did Cy Young ever hurl a 7-MarplU L. Q' 104x utslet chane
double-header shutout? BIUl Mc. 5-Blrena A. Gcflu4)eS strong finsDhr
A. No. Bid Ed Reulbach of the '
everto do IMs, blanking Brook- 5th a- "H" N 9 Pp P S7 1. Cheep
lyn, 5.0 and 3.0, Sept. 11,5. I-Malagliea L. PetS 107x-Uba imrovemet
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bid tor a tilird title was frust by Kmer
a. M* aantord aret
lM It$ a ad flona Heae MnenU
la rta t0 heatWat ause With' a benefit< oar

fo i. )-p, wIr a
NOX wh p of the subway -v.u l explalas
wE Nol Dame an uftpded the local baAket all saerie with
uaawit4o.absttute for the old ND-Army gri4

Ra fiy. AT m as M o. f the
ar 4l -t pS, word 'i o r!!

p.worksas r o ,. n s
a Bee 5mw 'NaSSt of
the natirn Ep Nmhs I "'I tialiqor
MX. M% t*Yinhft D te. a yomg r=portor em M
.m.. i s, np fist to eb l M im funnyy Jim." "Peiblly
eaugh~~ a 'fter"I w' s e op of betf," the i-.earold
NAHUA RAN AND WON his first race on May I
was a fmou dI4ihal t-Dilen sprint, at ievaost, d
him $2600 Vr Of .Leys,.m/ Y 60, Sw ps trn and won his Mg
raqe, five 1Woeagst at sou-wv Park Calif.). an d r la g
In efthit9tnce, the mar was- three e
Nashua. the chart commit was, "Won In hand." On Swaps, La
waS, "Won handily."
M t, they were just a couple of obscaue 2-yearaolM -reak-J
lg their nsalden. CUtapl no one could have forget that o|
Augs. 31. 15, thy'd _t l a match rce of spectacular pU
Interest in Chlcao, with the 3-year-old champlonahip and
000 at stake.
P.A. Nashua took 'em both.
When the Psle Groqus faithful burn ade. to their all-
me Gants, it la t bo~hped that juat bem d i-dtie BranDick
ws'ta 2-game winner, or fa G .bitter, h14rodentla, In rome
Neapees even more noewoMort, *all not overlooked. What-
totr It Is iabo the Giants th PMRM ma stI pldride and-

4 i'th a i' rat as tha all
SeME e w-- _S~o Uneus Is mow.Me
yesterday, theafo r wu o toay m d h th e bii amne
I tj -ero do trf anda mte o esl e oi Bel4w.I
h. ls w /
t'PROs. ABLY RM ICUI OUBa to speak of a ball club ha-
.it, aO UL spCa.. one that drms.s"* Jimmy Walker,
Mhe dodparably Yankee A.,And yTsouls
.i,,e of Warmth and wl y ,i"or and
PrYO f em dn't have ot such a a e sto tart with,
dlo wouldn't hav held. it al theae years. hundreds
pd, r-MAtori ball room unday night to one
to-their pa114Vd-e, 50 year with the Glanta. Acyncal Broad-
way ~.hlipheucommented: "And the strange thtOagut all
thi ia that the little IriSahman nevea hurt anybody -idahlae."I
Wuhl.f- Sartoga was onlfously jolted S ttap when
la i aSim .1 Hepeful had to ee for asetot radiEo
E WmA_10010h UfM" Mp of comparative = m was
.;*lyeA As of now,. Aqueduct has the ba p _hanee
4,. _ei4- ,". re"am trM.kL t's more acceble thani '4
w.iSe 1, n thikn p a wil have 6o w. wIth
.=NtIMeU.-! M IMEe s noMi wRn with baseball that more
e, wsays SaoeCaneea"Whyf? tV su
It Just hapPeW Mr. Canewapukshsse.

rfect. Bunt Puts ontra

Hauf-Gme Ahead Of Toronto
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it M i thatt trav-
IL ut a fet proved a
.wa In th. Interma-
i teg oaip It knoek-

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pe~tfthe n-

8th Rece "a NeAves M-

2-Jai AlAhl
5-Don Jaime

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I-Darki Sunset H.
2-Money Maker R.
3-Ne"acliffe F.
4--Pontn L.
--Sally Spruce A.
S--Begaonia A.
7--Llfteheoat B. Ai
a-uperaun J. Phi

10th ke.c "'" ImpetJAd I
1-Vulcanhzado J. Jimdnes.
2-_Bar One A. Vaildav
s--a7 Brook |. 3.1
3-M. 0 -A
5-Valley War H.S5
S-Coury Prlm A. YeasI
P. flldal Io

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The linescore:
Columbus 000 001 W0O- 5 1
Montreal 0104200 b01-.. 9 2
Thiea, Haag (0) Wheat (8)lI
and ,rautt; Laor% uand Teed. ..
IP-Wheat. HR-Nson.
Rochester 0300000-4 g 1
Rchmaond 9O01e0080p 8 .-
Markell aid 1 XLC. lr;
Thompson and WatUngbt .

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Toraoeto OO 1000 a-1 'i 0

t.Alpor and MoneloW M p6.-

Itment at the I
Wimbledon champMion a.. the 1
and relieve tension. The crew a
i the fia thheasoutstea-
by t hi prMorsa er .er r-
raQid .lIw Ho ip se match that
b|d* the Davi Ctp, Tupy Trabert
isa the logical eo= e i the Unit.
S StatesO da Championship,
Ih ends a 0ay run at forest
Sept.U. 11.
women's singles and mixed
are down for deelsion
bout the same period.
old pros on the tennis beat
ve that .Trabert will bounce
back like an election repeater aft-
er his first defeat in many mnpnths.
They are of the opinion that young
Hoad is more likely to be upset
thab. the. Wimbledon titleholder.
.farrlig the unexpected, a re-

.predecessor, does.
p" WHEN exciting first day fing

the play and moving forward he is
close to being an oddon favoar-
A, sak ramer, his illustrious
pr eaor, does. -

"It is the lack of defMnsive man-


impresario would like
team for a-money. taW
late December mad o
is h highly eeptiv. r
take the A uA6 a
umph al .a trfp :
intends 16 be s.e
too, but Kramer sni
Cincinnati crew cut I
ed into fashioning
er while contiaufi O
Getting back to the 1
Seixaa and Doris Hai
defending champion.
sition has come on and
ability condition ad fig
or w.ill -- iA If i'4" __id

can naary ne mrowo out.
Kurt Nieben, tthe Dane,twice
went to the All-England fnlal, but
will find the ball heavier on the
heavier gram courts of the West
Side TealsI Oub. The man- from
Cpekaage.Is inre :.acUtomed
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OUata ONIlit the last of the
nith iinL a ie ant. runners
are on ecO and third bas with
two out The batter strikes out, i
ut' the kbaf fets awae froi the
catcher. The runer om thiri
base scores. The butter does not
run to first base. The catcher
throws thee and claims the rma
doea not coint. What happens?-
Eddie Oswald.
Amawer: The batter musat reach
first safely or the n. defeat
cote I.
Q. Is there a limit on the size

m*e a"1 i
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The Most VIioent Daw
Story Evert bet 1odc

wrauke. coaen irauan 'saw i
Isa the son of the iho-tHa m

mmets and

d wit- four A-AmePtean high
a to right. Bioako Naguraki, Jr.,
MEonk Geremia, Sacramento: and Jim
lean prp game in Memphis. ounu
i Bear rat A.... .

$A 'e% 2 7-i eva14 "tw f an aa- *. ..A .. .and
,23. !ILrpIs wOamo! fourth PiasO VS
ga t oton's wst eLnry. merchande: golf ta,
sold, ,-.sport shirts, golf bald, etc.
In the National League, it's The wner o tour-
ime"3 t s1h outlw 1 t' mInt will have' hi namA en-
08j Itui *roklyn oodgar.UI5gavedaabrom ultoto
N. vtOr over the MilwaukeeP laced on theb Cnal I-
Saward. o 27 raves. The triumph put the mian Junior If with
s' fr"A Ad fit Dodpres Ji anus ahead of the this yp's da. TBt
""s a or ref Braves with 23g ames to pla T R eGambot
while uas tot hola maceducead theIr magle nutn- After the touratmnt K
er.. ber" to 16. In other words, a Wednesay fthemre wiU .e a
team that's laed .64 bul for party for all anate tmniIs dufl-
Though -booed by his home- 131 tames mtsat pl1. n l- whichh tilOe the POitl
town Ia andf treauatly crilt-l bhll In s contests to clinch. prices will be.
Wed inadtlw ar ltes, Mantle could Al l olferi wa call
easily wrap p the award and Rookie Roger Craig resioved their Tntries to
the nana t N* the New York eredlt or hi fourth wla a- ai Peantle, g at
Ty tbees with, a September thagh It was Clem Labine w i. W b st I
sprt lSadi- S league who finished athe game.
Tth 1ht i2 The gow." made only seven _e eP ab
Is.5. WHi hit but baucved them for two
frtef for- a ourent t ree-runtrlieS for all their
the .never re- wto clinch t the earliest -t lr f % ete cdb bfe fNter CBx lkal iouat
until heI In NI. histoI-tse rorewd i. a t nd thro af
n ien" iePt. i13-andcould ee MAJOR LEAGUE EB"RS laatr a51i ermade la r t at
es ba idr vn in elinek by Labor Day loght. % UN D
Vg aames. n W nhe's the Southpaw Joe Nuxhall scored *ZADNG BATS8
r in the his 15th win despite two homers (Based on 3" ofi1l at bats) I
by DAsty Rhodes and one by Al-
vin Dark as the Cincinnati Red- NATIONAL LEAGU.t T
PoS wlapt It'" a B- les beat the New York Giants. Plaew,. Club ab Pet
af :avers theU 7-4. Chuck Harmon's three-run :Obum, :. 4 11 Td e.n g o S 1
iIt bI io blt b lw for the edleg7 K sk di6. 1 7
oil, Thej Pittsburg irts beat ouPittmburenh Pirates be12wt il 4574 .314
sadA 8.. the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-6beat I Panama featherweight cham- by Colon woman promoter Tula driguez and tw6 amateurs will
sem whbe the Wb'tL s and the only other game nd now AMERICAN LAGU Teas and rough to isres- clashIn the curtain raiser.
Inds feet pulay emeh otbar are only 2% gamIes outt of sev- eu oracleM Ot% resume ident of on.. while Otis halls
sad then the nger W ls enth place. aline Dt. 11 514 .3 r fed Sept, 11, ia a 10- from Pan ms Ci ty.
akPower. X.C. 124 512 '17 162 .31g re Cfstmat4h at a 1o The Teil-Ottis oast Is be-
h ite i, still hldng .C. 3068 28 8318 pod lit at the Colon Area. g talko4 about on Colon
The White 89z, asill holding Teabs trunced the beavier Ot- Is Psa ot M' l r Mi
an lAporPan one-gawp e in YKSThRDArg STAR-Joe Puizny, 341. Of 317 49 It .312 Toils tronced the pevieroPt ra at
the "lest".o oamn, op(A afour- Nusball of the he lg., who Mantle N.Y. 131.468 10a 143 tJ bgdcountersppdro wi tbewpr ,on as the sieresad $mlfinal on
ame weekend series wi ththe ateGiantsforbb fInhisfirst10oE1 ap r n the card whh pitem former
Indiana tonight and then play 4 otI w sm rinesb e was outplayed by Ohn amateur 4tyt Alberto "To-
lummewakl, Redleg fe. a l y lah t Davey o sa- to" ba a t.Sa is cn-
*0unew oral month.ago. gueror, Clasdi Martinez.
der, i ..ibr...l As amateurs, Martinez dec.- .) t
B an e k s "w"IS3OttiW will attempt to break signed Ibarra ipfour rounds and
lMathews may. *- Toils' strin s g of feao straight Ibarra neve ot a chance to try
Mantle, sks so vletries4o recently rerfed up to. avenge = If within the
Ma t "g3 agalst Ja sicas lea i41g amateur ranks, because shortly
w iM'W IN lightwelghts In KiEgsite. after his Win, Martinez moved
SiderDodsgai aveabout a five-pOund Toto, wlp ecme a profes-
,Phill1ers.......12 whtavurantse agnd could slonal after defeating Enrique
Campanella, Doders... 10 Im things highly unpleasant Peres three weeks ago, will make
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE JenenRed x.......o for th3e master, but lighter hitting hia s. p debut.d w b
TEAMS W L Pet. GB TEAMS W L Pt. G lnt The cardhas beendrawn upietherDaniel Wordand ARto-
Milwaukee ...5 U0 :.549 i1 9 Cl% :::79 52 .603 Snider, Dodgers ....... 1a.
..51527%Bostone.......745 ...Chrysler-Plym south Golf
oew York ....6S M .515 174 oston......74 56 .369 B Kaline, Tiges ......... 1o$ y
oalanattU ....6 I1 .412 22, trot ... ...67 64 .505 nI Smith, Indians ....... 104
U. R .10"n-.n.4 SI. 21.::523S1:Post, iRdle .... 142 Trournament Ges Underway

Is, (N) f ft ft at ft miH ")'lunws" ,f-...k. 172 TomorrowRAtdBrazos Brook
Now Iphia (N) Chiao aat COvld (N) W. dleg ..........1to %
Srott et denm1 CM. (N)
(N) W-sk Poswer, A ....... 3II rounds for the en an excellent golfing

w 1 Opi date. -4PITCHING begin tomorrow morning at the pres -uptheoweedalists ll's
Bokf I-'72 Newmeed aidpu 4 ) qnrs ;itto. gM*- *rCountry Oub The12Mnna-up. Pow s
-ainm Nowmbe. D os I194 .= tomorIpw and Buaday 4pt.L3. t sn and speClal ripes. to fur-
Crt *abtae aM Cam-lSt. LouIs 210002 100-6 8 1 Irae, 5ankee .... 13 4 -765 4) or next weekend (Sept. L10-or whet the I rest of the
paella. ~Plttabrgb 13M0001-7 4 4 'Da5. W 8 *11).737 11) paalcipanta
Gettel, Wh t (1-2) LW Dlger ...... 9 4 .692 The Vpgreagnent Is I on Poell's originated the Chrys-
CinCtnnat 601323=000--7 102 U S &sored M. A..Powll, S.A., Cor-Plymouth Invitational Tour-
ow York -'30 1000 S4 a % L*aand (5-5) and Shepar d Ply- Sn
ttka 0eAtlantic Bide, Maj.
following the q ual ifyingg owerof Fort Davis and
m fo with. Ia

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Nancy Chasee Kiner
COMEBACK Nahey Chaffee
Kiner returns to the tennis wan
in the Unite4 Stateas Champllt
ship at Forest Ifilip, Sept 211..
h three-time UV Woknkea's
Indoor champion has been' out
of competition for three years.
She has the shots.

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GOOD ENOUGH-Hula skirts
aren't for Miss Hawaii of 1955,
pretty Barbara Vieira. Barbara,
In the U.S. for the Miss America
contest, pays she's too tall to
We. wear tl leaves, which make the
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Hopes Raised

Russia To Free

Five Americans

-Refugee nIporta received from
anrina raped hopes toda that
Iupias May resale, five Amen-
S pri opesait n week instead
t It origlally prom-
S offlals said, how-
V l iOttii oftticial
P ..dlati p. The
fl~ogee !.,bay added, new
4W .&R .ltay pud l ng
jpl ththded Auf. r that
'. 1 Murra s
of lyn; and a Fred-
S.BHopkns,' would be
86te Department long
.'! .tUl-the release of Kuml
_fi|^;i tlrp e ao , ther ft)
o chtkig, it still has
aed nothtl definite aboutI
iile, nine Auatrians and
who reached Viena
Sfelay ter, imrilon-
it Run told Aneriuan
e a they had heard that
t*Amlecans would be releas-
Sb the Russians In- Berlin
4eiix Monday.
T refugees mentioned f CU-
a' Hoklns.1, Sidney Ray
'." N' of Tennille. Ga., and a
wls Identifled only as Orisah-
S ..Thiey gave no report on
V Ik 5ate Depeartment -"Sde
-. r y about. Arks early
a jmer but Mosow has
I about sees
~ft ml ifke .
.off=. said
i Idea who he
Interested. however,
the Austran.s gave
S1r 1 e ua. Frederlck
o Thee name of
fi.na" haa been bob-
W p m tihe to time but
have been Unable to
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Diplomats Doubt Russ US

Will Agree On Disarmaent

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.. Sept. West accept six major disarma., 4. Complete elimination of such permanent member off tin '.ecl-
2 (UP) -Diplomatic sources said ment proposals, including a ban weapons from national uma- rity Coane dad Il tt6 e elected
today they doubted that a week- on atomic weapons. n:neats should be. achieved When as non ptmanat member to
end recess of U.N. disarmament Soviet ,elegate Arkady A. Sobe- the remaiinig 25 per cent of the supervise te disarmament inpee.
talks would bring the United le.' made his first important con- agreed arms reduction goes into tion prdra, .
States and Russia any closer to- tribution to the closed-door, five- effect. 3. A cucl of jurists" (o ban-
gether on the basic approach to nation talks in a 1-hour meeting, die legal questions arising from
disarmament. asking if the West would agree to S. An Immediate baa should be the disarmament program.
After four days of conferences, six Russian proposals, imposed on the use of nuclear 4. A pot .~p directo-general to
the five-nation U.N. subcommittee weapons except in defense against Supervise te entire machinery.
adjourned yesterday until Tu e s- Presumably Russia wants t he aggression.
day, -lying the delegates a chance answer before taking a stand on e
to refer back to their governments President Eisenhower's inspection 6. Pending agreement on the
for new in structions. proposal. prohibition of nuclear weapons,
But lplomate sources point-. there should be a ban on exhperi-
ed out that the major factor e. Stassen made no immediate an- mental tests'with such arms.
mergingfrom he talks thus far swer, bui was expected to reply "It is m hop c," Sbolev told
Is the basic difference of ap- when the subcommittee resumes newsmen after the meeting, "that I
ach to disarmament of the its sessions next Tuesday, the questions were put in such a Il
'. n(1 the Soviet Union. As the United Nationsal disar, way to enable delegates to declare
The United States insists that moment subcommittee concluded such agreements now exist which
befete any actual arms reduction its first week of "post Geneva" will permit us to move exped. .
can. W place, a series of iron.- talks France put forward a plan tiosly to other problems." Ten i are re at S
elad ealsguards must be set up, for a 15-country control organ to Much of the onat of Sobo co Solo HOpitdurln the
such as' military inspection, to super ie any arms redctleu pro- lev' q tis was f te m ending at midlght W de
make sure .there is no cheating, gram that might be agreed upon. an Anclo-French meeandum There wtients admitted
The Soviet Union, an the other Sobolev asked if the West would put o t s and 89 d is0.4 .
hand, wants actual disarmament agree that: Loadm last AprilH. United Two deJMu, at of Oscar M.
agreement to come first with an States nbsequently neaeed Olsen and Hearique MitceU., were
inspectioQ plan to be worked out 1. The manpower levels listed vague "g e n e r a I agreement" report. .
after war. by Russia In lit proposals of last 'with the Anglo-French m e a 6.r orn to the follow
Diplomats expressed serious May 10 should be the basis of randum. Babies were born to the follow
doubt that tWh. Soviets would give the arm reduction program. er itens
a clear-cut answer to President These were to I and 1% million France's Jules Moch, serving vt. and 'Mrs. Dudley Wedda-
Elsenhower's inspection propos- men for the United States, Rus- that any disarmament program burned of Colon, daughter, Sg t.
ala, which will be discussed in de- ala and China and 950,000 men needs a e o n t r o I organization, and Mr. Robert A. (Gour, of Mar-
tall next week. for Britain and France. chose yesterday to put bis plan arits daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
These propoaala, as outlined before the subcommittee. It calls over Sheamy oa Coco Solo
by U. S. disarmament expert 2. Other countries should be re- for creation of: daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo
Harold 5. Stassen call for an stricted to 150,000 to 200,000 men. Colinaof Coco Solito, daughter;
exchae of detailed military 1. A "general Assembly" of all Mr: and Mrs. Stuart D. Basque,
plans the U.S. and the So. 3. A ban on atomic, hydrogen countries who si a disarmament of Coco-Solito daughter Mr. and
vote, erial Inspection of each and other weapons of mass de- treaty that may emerge from the Mrs. Homer antzyof Coco So-
oter tetory an stationing struction. should go into ef f e c t rms reduction talks. to, daughter; and Mrs. and Mrs.
S ad Iction teams when the countries have complete. Eugene Sevens, of Coco Solito,
oft o* 8 t 4 ed 7s der eat of their agreed 13 A "permanent committee" of
_f taryi arms reduction. 15 members, comprising the five daughter.
b Babies were born to the follow-
e diplomats were outspoken 0- o -- i g parents of other nationalities;
In tel belief that Russia -had no Mr. and Mrs. Harry White of
Intention of accepting the Eisen- AI t New Cristobal- son; Mr. and Mrs.
hower plan. oSSen vUrnS Uf HrOffOrs Audlley M. Webster, of Rainbow
Russia demanded yesterday the City; son; and&Mrs. and Mrs. Ans-
_________ sn-- .ford Rowe, of Rainbow Cityy

fiirency Powers Devastation Of Atomic War daugwtC-
5P riea A Do -- o- e'" '' ai
Fr p oW 10le To BBOSTON. Sept. 2 (UP)-Harold ing point for arms limitaton To Ru
E. A Stasen, President Eiaen- and eventual disarmament. Iflle I1 KUll
Vbe Oi T dlflaV shower's adviser on disarma- In other points, Stasgen gatd
Voted On Today imernit, warned today lathat an every nation -, epeciall the C CAGO ept -A Cl-
atomic war would eave both strong must prc rem t CHIC Sept. 2 (m ) -AdCfr
*SANTIAGO, Chile, Sept. 2 (UP) victor and vanquished "scarcely and patience and that fno &e a Dcone m rt Maa Strom
-The *Chilean Senate _es today distinguishable victims of de- should taken advantage of an- eVeaon na tportedhe be-t
en President Carlos Itanez' de. vastation on a scale never be- other's e desireto avoid a r. lgev Stev, seek the par
mands for e~orgency powers to fore witnessed nor suffered by He also said the United itat e ty's 15 p tlei nomination.
deal with e weeklong strike man." should maintain adequate d.- Atty. Ge. dmund G. Brown of
that has paralyzed essential ub He noted hopefully that these fenaive strength ashd Cea Clfornia toPpe here en route
fi'es fearfull realites" were be- economically strong, the e to the confoeru .f Attorneys gon-
The measure, which will empow- coming more widely recognized Nations should be supported J0ler# at Brod, mWoods, N. H., to
er Ibane, t dlare a "state of and suggested a set of princples an Increased deer and tat/urM Steventi n to e the Demo-
siege," it exptectedv to be approve. for the United States to follow peaceful methods of setutJ erotic standard.berer again next
,by the U r Hou seput.Aovalo in an effort to avoid horrors disputes should take the place year.
sla anticipated. of nuclear war. of ultimate and the threats
Violence, flared for the first time Stassen charted his "peace of war. Brwp .said Stevenson did not
yesterday in connection with the princlples a In an address pre- Stasen said nuclear energy tell him whether or not he will
strike bf 55,000 public s e rv ice pared for the 56th national en- for peaceful uses is no longer "a run for the n9Jnatdnn .but it was
workers. Police used tear, gas, campment of the Veterans of remote and future pipedrleam... s personal ns the former 1111
fire hoses clubs and the steeks of Poreign Was. He noted that atomle power no governor will decide to make
their carbnes to disperse two sep. The key point said "a secure already is being used in homes the race.
rate demonstrations by students. method, assured by inspection, of northeastern New York State m ,..,., ...-hrd from i
Despite the threat of a "sympa- must be found to end the corn- and that eon h radlasotopa that eanlake hre ould be pehim
thy" strike by aso e 1000,000 petite buildup of greater and are being so by Amro an n- ltded to run- Lo the Dmocratic
workers, Ibanez appeared deter- greater armaments." dustry to save aiout il.O0 nnaLon fo r-esiet, roi
mined t6 insist on thd "uncondi- Stasser is currently working 000 ooo a v ar. n atmton for Pmsidn-t, provid-
tional surrender" of the strikers,. to find such a method In the "The materials which ive the agst caidate, and numbwas er
The Cut labor federstion warned five-nation disarmament con- athin bomb, It"hawe ona powr two that there was some show of
yesterday wouldcall out ference N ork.He can also brin aa plenty Brown said.
members Monday unless the gov- hopeful of persuading Russia to and lew ftkg to Ua m" Elsa.
ment with the strikers by then. arms Inspection plan as a start:t nds 4n p aeful d t ha did four yearI
.T-!P,%.-&,have boee realisd," ago," the CaliUfeamas said.

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CLEAR.i'Toio" reLdu l e.btabe ve job tk~ebtf
tearing the bntl of the NatW ver at Waterbury, Comn, Tawe wckag.
left ro the ied-out New 'Haven Rroad trestle. 'Te huge irdi ra
welgning ,ong b ach, must be salvaged whole to rebuild-the turtle sinceIt wol
to fabnatO eel for repamemento .

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OVirt ByMartial Law 1 om0*

On BA By Peronista S obns

BUENOS AIRES tept.S 2 (UP) It was not clear why the Peron- ence for Peron's mntI t speech
-President Juan -. Prou pre- lets considered the qew regula- ended at 6 a.m y tl y an
pared today to clamp a "state of tions necessary. The cdty theu ben most' enterprise reti ed bus
siege"-a form of marta1 law- relatively quiet for more than a ness as usual. "
on Buenos Aires as the first step week, -and Peron's dema nd Internatdenal air travel. parA*
of his announced program of us- Wednesday night for stern repreos- yied Wednesday by e strike
ing violent measures to enforce slon of his enemies produced a began agaiN early yl rda
peace and tranquWl, Immediate outbreaks of serious vi- Sources close -to P; said his
Congress passed thelaw last olence. decision to enforce O 'With a
night and it only emained for club" watgled *in w rS the
Peron to announce h ad signed Peron told a mass meeting in opposition cousidered- recent
It to make it effective. Passage the Plaza de .Mayo to "a n a w r talk of "'political paef ton" to
came only a few hours before bed. violence with greater violence," be a sign of weaes
time and there was no Immned- and authorized l- followers to They said the Preuidnt's adviad
ate effect i the Argentine capi- shoot on light anyone "who tries ers had told him he o'oul, use
tal. in any place to disturb the peace." the full force of the lwgainast
The state of siege, second since Mobs that tried to demonstrate his opponMnts becauwtIme cent
the June 16 uprising against the here and in Cordoba following the policy of "kid glove"- treatment
Peron government, deprived the President's broadcast speech were had only encouraged 'disorders.
city's 3,500,000 residents of their dispersed quickly by police. -
constitutional guarantees. It was1
ordered as a means of halting the Buenos Aires,. meanwhile, was
almost nightly disturbances by the returning to normal. The "g e n-
civilian opposition. eral strike'" called by the govern.
Under Its terms city life goes ment-ponsored General Federa- I
on normally but citizens ma y tion of Labor to provide an audi,
not leoer or gather In gropa.
None may carry arms or hbld .
b, e e t -. A IsehI Army Ofr a ce r
dicdal order. A person captured 1 0 20 old a
Ia.a erinmial act may be sut InO frgas fined $20 in albno t B
witheat trial.. ined $20 in Balboa
Buenos Aires was under a five- With Polioo0Curt morng'is g char
day state of siege after the June of .starting 'he vehicle when
16 revolt when the army's "fore- The first case of polio to be such a move could not be made
es of repression" controlled the admitted to Goa Hospital ""Ai''ay.
city. The entire naio ha been from the Canal Zon ths year Also fied o was Ralph
in a state of "internal war" since wCn Zone ths, Theodore Ch 'e, CI ta
wheuRwah reported yesterday. Rica, wh o Of
192 when plot against Peron The patient is an Adimy officer dp woayin, to t I, j oI
was discerer. from Fort Clayton. He wa ad-,,, o, ., ..
The Chamber of Deputies pass- tothen henle plate which pppertl be.
ed the bill by vote of 109 Peronis- tted to the stal Iat un- longed on another.
tas agalns 1 radicals, and the day and e e definite diagnosis
Senate quickly n ve its una. of polio was announced yester- Mildred Inna, alits Mildred
nimous approval, It eame after day. Brewter, 37,' ni ,, was
3 months of exereising what Pe- The patient la not seriously fined 10 for lo0t otaide
ron called extreme sanf excessive I .and the case .la relatively the TlvoU Com in the
tolerance' with the enemies of the mlte one although thmee i some salad ol line. ,
people light muscular eak~ a notice- She had a pre vido action
Passage summed up official re. able In the left arm and leg, for causing a ce at
action to the perd nightly di. the hospital report. the ,m10.sauy.
turbances, climaed Wednesday, I
the day before Pron'slast waMr- aft-via* m
ing, when a small exploive was |
thrown to,,'ard Government Houe i
from a speeding car under P6e- S n aal
ron's apartments. S e s t o *1 -

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Nothing HanIul
TACHIKAWA AFB, apan. Sept.
2 (UP) -rA. young U".. Air Force
officer shot down by the Reds
in Korean said today he refused to
betray his country despite I x
days. of intense tutionin while
hld prisoner .: .
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