The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00854

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hpi t Intoeffebt today and tli Perfita-party announced an "inexorable
r ", ^.4akUngs and traitors within ib Int.
Pt P trtluan D. Peron offjoially pro.uIated the law early today. It was rushed
' t'r h rfiurroe Thturday night, adding'.the tight of search and seizure to the
*t1 o Tniternal" war already in effect throughout the country.
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Sian a 7tstlde ion dfterences cal autoo *atrution
that teun hI North African Arabic u welras F.eS tIn
ieer s"choetols, and nn dreformV
.'And Hre3esL Ural elf.
cyt redwas1e w closeted with the The decislous on Algeris a
tt c4 o until the early douI eve asM the peace plan folt
fASg Ingf after. an action- neighboring Merocco plit
devoted to Msolving FWree'i government nd rat o -
crisia in Algeria. into opposition from Nationalist
sh9a h Afri coordina- quarters. TEL AVIV, Sept. 3 (UP) Cairo r
400roao soM S1iite 0 t under Leaders of the oroccan Na. that thousands of heavily-equippd gypi
mishaps a&&roa the nation and WE d roed a tionallat parties called on Faure
that 40omIllion autos will be on ilk mm d iiie at keep- to demand that former Sultan POBing into te Gz Wip and vw04iblit
the move, e?5B ..emr Mohammed Ben Youf li the Arab Legion df Jordan had be tsr
nerally pleasant and ame tm eit ordeaA M tr garrt P ao ret i n. alone the Israeli borders.
Weather, td t a d dttIeAad e ruhe.d no w to o urnmedtora truna rtdydLs.kill to ed
o nearl a mll1ton carl. Seee ing security h tors n r n, r th l h Egp.tion ept thE







Labor Day tra al*tts By ffig forces during the ilt 3 hough tiormed source 18 is aeO hostaole Frbrum herT tra WlOet f ur ,d the cabinet ath e. in effect dn0 the frntier.was asdtt






sad a high selrde(t a ate on srdeeredl nine more bat- on seea ponts of the Meroe
-m aed odd hatd n rebeoe O %tobr.
:14'am the g la -Rwood ieeaa wt greater home rule 5enyousuef violatiqin' .nod hope
counted., on an exodus e.......d that .... raebe The Nationaliat demand Dsd Ga lnlited
o a me l ca Or. ...Iwee threatened to wreck thenw Voleof
s were killedsee- h- .oaigashopeie o
i ae araelI' UN"wnformed soarces 18 i.1..f.be 1'e..u "indsWH&
whemea., coiiundYl a ,a lice ordered nine more bat- on .e.e.a i....th oro-* ...:,
....-members.Of..he"ao t eoops toN-o td towecihe an pwce ,ur de iede dON. -
r t t .thfe wrke of a new wave -t"e --'.ra-" init .. t
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OFr. O QUIT Argenti e President Juan Peron's offel
' ,would W oltial peace to his nation was flat-
Sxe wielote his gove mnent leaders and Peron has now urged
hi 100oweu to Imne violence with violence." Above he i
show n uSmadnn d the oath of office to Foreign Miniatet
3ldiase Cvag Martinez at Buenos Aires Aug. 26.







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the rhu fan y tday bel
Iulroea press reports th
Prudent Xienhower pulled
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proe sentto a." eaktistd,
daughter of Sovieti defense ml
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and ab onae sau
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family. Preo s.receta-ry Ja
Hagerty told hewsngULth6 :
ciaphe -arrived-, sat lo um

S"agerty demudbeod p-c
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wedd'nr Kmf a' ri tabI r
and a pem onua-mna he'stla
Nagerty aaLd- Mr. .B3.Mbl
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44-11 61o d down 80c dttotMUanaU Magnificent will head thefIee
excessive as- i e chef a -up drives caused oat aof the harbor. She' will be
tleat to safety. ost. eimsaltte In Alge- acempanied by the first Cana- ]
S te r police and settlers dian destroyer squadron and the
The State Patrols of Qeorgia m S, seven loyalsts were first Canadian escort squadron. h
and South Carolina were put on w aOed and x were missig. A spokesman said during the
emergcy duty with all-esv 9 s ndreco, three civilians and early part of their activltI4 the
cancTled a palte ere killed, and four Ca.nalan ship will tke part in
The determination of achort wdmed. In Tunisia, four gen- largeMcale exercises th ships
ties to halt accidents was gum-d k aom nd one nomad-were of other NATO nations, includ-
med up by Indiana Stat PotIo ". ,ond. Irf warships of the United-
Supt. Frank Jessup, who .o f 8 sateo Navy.
ed. motorists "We're taklig off *to reinforcements were
the gloves for this onel" ppro b the North African On' completion of the NATO
Insurance company warned oriatilr committee at a exerceas, e first Caqadian es-
a person involved n a accident tt held under the 'chair- court squa.on, including the de-
at speeds above B55 p has .p o Faure. stroyer Algoanut and the fri-
r tan half the chance of tr- i committee at the same rates Lauzon, Prestolan and
SIng as person in a car travel- comteath- Toronto, will return here Oct. 21.
d Ing 45 h and less than one- The Magnificent and the first
a third chance ofaurvival of H QI Canadian destroyer squadron,
r a person In a car do 5 mph. Named ncl the Huron, mac
---AA ana er and HSIda, will continue on
Ltt Sh h A Manager m the NATO maneuvers for a
LiflrI eeNurpioe f. e rise In uropuean waters, re-
U e appointmen of Charles turning to HalSax Dec. 7.
JOHISON CITY, tena., Sept. Rowell as general manager
3-(UP)--Some 10 h arsft a of ovla Panama, 8... was
the son of Mr. and Mrs. ~ cam o ed today by APA Pres. A l
Cherry was born at M t Heraclo Barlelt. p y
Hospital here a dentut was -
ed-n toremove a full well formerly was employ- h i M
ed incisor. Doto ad by PAA and Peruvian Inter-
tooth was oode and re tional Airlines. He organized
afraid the Infant might Panama Dispatch travel a w
A It. 4 re ten years ago.
od A sleepy driver onded up with
Fractured left elbow yesterday
a when his car collided with a
an half-ton truck on the Miraflores
Bridge.
tPolice said that-) coupe. oper-
ated by Wamye W. Lucas, 38,
crossed t4ie center of the road.
u- way and sideswiped an oncom-
Sen by a Panamanian. Aurello
Os (Guardia MIr6.
0 Both vea cles were damaged
lat 5:26 am. yestezrlay. Lucas
wasntaken to Oorgas Hospital
where he 1P beine Treated for a,
fractured left elbow
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ltdeJem is esea forms oteedes eTim beams Ameusen
ap shved grtofullv and are handled ina wholly efldmertal
peersibbte e letter don't be Impatlent if t elmt appear he
Snars se -published in the order received,
i- i to keep the letters limited e one pas ht.
MW er wreoes is held in rt mcealdfesee.
e ws mes no Ipo e llpeas for staiemels es episle
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Labor News
And
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SBy VICTOR DIESEL
In a ulte, l Chicago's Hotel
Morrison three weeks ago, group
of husky men met and worked out
pact which soone" oE later will
thun'er over the nation's highway
shake many a city and stir up t
orts ofthis country.
In that aulit of rooms were vir-
tually all the men who lead the
powerful Teamsters Brotherhood
and soe 19 officials of the sea-
troversial Internationa-Longshse.
men's An,, about which en
movies, booK and news stores Iv
been written to fill the Smithsonlan
Institution.
Leading 'the Teamsters, was the
stocky asteel-muscled 42-year-old
Jim Hoffa who would be out of
character if he didn't realize that
he i certainly one of the two or
three most Influential labor lead-
ers in the nation today-despite
his forma' title of ninth vice-presi-
dent of the International Team-
sters Broterhood. Reading the
Longshoremen's 19-man delegation
was the broad-beamed Capt. Wil-
lam Bradley.
Mining only was the Teamsters'
supreme chief, Dave Beck. He was
in a hospital tussling with a kidney
stone attack and the problems
raised by the Hotel Morrison paEt.
Before we go into these prob-
lems, let's go Into the pact. The
Teamsters, with jurisdiction over
everything that moves as wheels,
have long had their eyes on the
nation's waterfronts-which would
give them terrific leverage for or-
gasing drives i the South Atlan-


tic and Gulf port states where Pter
Is comparatively little u n i o n

For almost two years since mid.
POP WRIGHT at a tourist court in Brownsvst*, Tex., September IMS when the AFL con-
on his recent trip. vention oUsted the Longshoremen's
Union, the Teamsters have
planned tu pick up what water-
Held this to find if It did really rain in Pennsylvania and 9 front labor they could. Now they
of the other Yankee states. Frank Carey, my son-in-law, were finally putUng down on paper
irase the Pittsburgh vicinity and he aid. he never saw the a ement which would make
h It, and was glad to get back to dry-old Texas. a working ally of the Independent
e l-tjunday there the rain didn't let up all day. He re- Longshoremen's Union.
a aloe trip on the train, but says don't patronize the dinner. Te Leongshoremen, in the new
iP; h p lea or service, not food. ... pact, agreed not to affiliate with
old friend Elvira Filendino Maclaq recentim had her 55t ay oth labor organization for
b her home in El Paso, and this la to rt l her lste years, but to work with the Team-
i o t i a property owner and voter in Tis. she also stors.
S old, 6 ft. tall, 170 lb., and the gs of an The Longhoren also a
trtr fnhneer.- to try to plan their union contracts
-lot eerour. Mad'ln', methat they wl aend a the same ,
jard Inle le- "- : M* ma Cdn date on which the Uamsters' la-
.' -S Llybor contracts asexpire. The advan.
W0ffIactof I, a maytage here Is obvious-the Team-
a age inrthd. ol ;arh ee sters end the 14ongnoremen could
tottn MidMqe h W e h thap e strike at the same hour and north '
SW beshort S. or ng didmovein or outof a port ,
gaswnr7, a m "'ore or lakeude city. .
This bht ia mtitt asspisticea'
S pact the Teamers re Iportedly


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Baruch Birthday

By BOB RUARK
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I thought I'C walt bit to write long time all him "Boss." I all actually prefers Lttle ee be-
my Baruch pece, a write it kind him Mister Bernie. cause at's closer to the qual. He
of special. Everybody else was sol He will not wn another do ap.a usd to drive 80 lea day, six
busy coating the I entle pet since his laat one, ac a a hot, but finally
man o stone, reck cocker, died. But he expects p- f red it would simpler to build
ed mine wold get lost in the ficency out, of his bird dogs, and th tt place.
ffle. know a few things about hs ahootl sup er v is or s, the He never forgets anything. NHi
the others don't. Messrs. Dave cGll, Henry Nd. mind is a massive storehouse of
He weas a woolly red hat that son, and Bi W slpao, ake a ea- fpct, and he can recall the smallest
Is little redder than his cheeks reer out br in up dogs detat of ven am b en a-
when he shoots quall. When he that's be w o W old gens U He loves ai l
comes into Little obcaw, of an keen eye over a 16 gauge shotgun. Jhke, ad I justia
evenia, is blue eyes snappy Quail.shoottag is a religion, al- of new ms whi I la
with the frost, he drinks a b mesL with Misr Berie a ly under separate comr. ibl
lid fs 4d, smacks his s, aA vai gt gW6 d et waq ro .
a : .* @= lth an 'a atskedSt 4mtet thes A mas nme mar =aL ma.


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a commune r-it cept) S ot e raw
er important detail. The pact bhas
to be signed-or okayed-by Dave
Beck.
To Beck the decision to si or
not to sgn n ) be as xa as
his kidney stones. Thee Is ao doubt
he wants to There is no doubt
that hi waste to sign.
But sln% that pact will throw
Beek and o Teamsters Brother-
hood late confe t with AFL prM- .
dent Georp Bany just as the
AFL and CIO begin to merge.
Signing could be the signal fo
warfare on the docks-which neith-
or Beck nor Meany wants. Hor's
why I The AFL. already has a Mari-
time Trades Dent. this. part.
meant it the AF' own doctide
union, the iernational Brother-
hooed ofn L gahorie n. o s oder
Is 3. L. Slaughter, who doubles as
secretary ofthe AFL's Maritime
Trades Department.
Thise doertmnt, baemd by the
U=Uosal A is committed to
fihUng the internatmon Long-
shoremen'o Association tfor con-
trol of the docks next May when
the waterfront contract expire
Remember, too, that by next May
ali the CIO watfront uimons wil
be in the AFL, ivnteg A AfL
Longshormen support. If Beck
signs the Hotel Morrison pact,
this will throw the AFL Team-
sters behind the -IUepen
Longshoremen's Union, against the
AF's Lon otawnj., k deei,
Want 1hhiis of
wn this war. Nor
doe hb wast to rejct thoseO
his lletehats-who drew Up the
0cte pt with the Indfpmdest
somebody wmll have. to yield-
tNit wbo?

Sf35M AWAY!
NEWPORT, Ind. -(UP)- Jo-
-.- '- 'hu 'ill a, I agazine ales-
man, had a habit of, i
etiaife to PW" i
customers. But o day he tossed
a ea front d a magasi inn
whh he bad cedjtu t
b-wwl *orth
kept the maain. retunwed the
aluus.


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the main e Mr. Bach leves Mr. e aruch can cuass wib ait 7s 7-
but what he reallylikes is Bea met. oUa sss like a real man a he a a4m 4,'
Carolina grubr-ollard g r e e n usses unluttera selfxpres. Qeee unds ba
ant Iqul and hot Mbseits. He loves alon. en he Re mad be Sor year to 55 AED dog- esr t
sweets, toe, and sabeth Navar- real mad Iandl If k some a e sp- co ad a et
ro, hi boss, has to prove him about stod, because one time he. a me nrt au wsr d exactly d hearing.
from time to time. His h al- got e. be a ia ft e took he awno red femal b
ways contain plenty o- c o be ViM at therhis liecaib Crwll e awood .. ha r Mo. befor Wa ant ak
eause he is a between-mealsa nib house or at the old Baronial minor in tohe ea waod I ta e saat vtY wereaRob Georogk Tae NteiU of
Ier. is one of the great experiencesof a with 1N s wway os that eo". Wsp df the A ian ar TCoawanda, N. Y. t
Practleall nobody who I ows lifetime, and I ve 1 olmissed An ah n I wlm y a birt. 'w the doe's or and e for the
him alls him "Barney". Hi lati oe ar the t ri or lhe. day, in a way, lla Am caan hearing when stred3
mates ofinte ear l I e B Robcaw, jut. outside the raet, pn d efr om aome and turned up wiz a
Bernie. Some ca m uef. The e Georgetown, aSC., is one of the love, sad a the bob. P new master
people whu've worked fo him a great manors of the world, but he whites. prjatvse the Cuban Queenie sat quietly in th a
r try, the Mexican and room until she heard S
SPeruvian sugar industry aiso want- up the front steps of me
advtlaama And ns p rethegoseu Fite building.MeTantonPenwi
Dollars And Cents n t. odowand to leap't.
sanel. o taofheb UZi9 11 a r When Stin entered he
haveapet deal at stake when it Qu enis barked br eretsI; nd
c uP i -nn lm to mbs The life blod of made a blur out of wa' g
By PETER EDSON c n s on sugar.tanI r
a- "at 's noub 1ot" me aid
However, Senator Ellender CorTan" Mr. Stein Is the rigfUul
WASHINGTON -(NSA)- From tract. The range was from 11%l10 cents next 1. This Isthe ___bard tha a itted oly: owner."
a dollars and cents in- the cents for common labor to 27 cents record traitt w gala the two or wh n-
envelope poWt of vmi Labor for hwar tdro workers. ofbte*-W". habbold the aSr bill. OM PIONP, "T
eethr ys r Amean is at rLr nress to The Unite Auto Workera' pack- -. PO m -- Al-
workers In a much ter tho r pa employee s a age d SeS Terefo aploIs aren rer drma Eugene VS
than a year The.areae rverle of e World War I1 a Motori e atM el to sm .aw r for my rous poid n to a fity a.rw.
numerous locagripes, but that's postwar contracts. In that period and frge a. e-qal to admtin a what s&o .r- eiS
chrotk. .raises wee g anted across the cents anhor. I I e al bt anadta.over o ..ord
Th reessio of 1M has largely board, equaler Oll skills. Thebi aw e ina both al at a tUea wheu e tVAe pee a s
receded. Thange a election of the and satee utSe is a-eIm- y -s bit of -lad at a low he asd.
Employment is up from a round Increased demand for skilled contribute to an ", "M
number total at f million a pears workers. It may be a sign of the lan10t fatf Pps tS e iC tks
ago, to a mIlkr by the latest laeusg tread toward automa. s nd to u t.tate u SIDE LA C S ly Co O
es mates ava aMe. M i. But the fear that this tech.- ulrsi NeeN benefit s,
meat i down fnr m.3 in Wora v aom.nt m camtk aieO t "e* I ..
s.4. millia. T-ma an portion m, a os wbld throw 11 t ee 1 .
down from M",M to IW many out of their jobs n
National avege, rahas .- y at least, bi n f aumsl0i se h' let
to1.m r. m prinpal coomy, employmentt for ct n wer e l to aB pe
ske industries% General Motors, them.
The corstofliving hu, Incres U. ad General Electric is First y ly.
about -n point Inl the tMr. rulat neord peacetime highs. m"e t e t ets aoa
Food is dia, but otar Oa may be replacing mea Ias gtelabg
arUP on sneie production lines. Butin f n later -u
The $1 a" hour o' mlal RIlnllpiastag orGn-
la w law. s average increase IA As Workers
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DMWpI Swift (14 cents), &rst
nsM 3besigned in the seat
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h Lewis won for the
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K- -any for teO delay to
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.Whethe.r to'.play the. ace or the Ab t 14000 of the 24000 work-
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first trick. assures the contract.
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diam6ndi would later drop.
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To Sponsor Outing
To Copiro Sunday
An outinR to Capira will be
sponsored tomorrow by Los Amti-
gos det Pueblo'Social 010b.
Picnic bases will leave for the
picnic aite from "N" and West
27th -Streetw at 7:00 tomorrow
morning.'
Music for dancing will be
played by Victoroa and his or-
chebtr- and faeiltes will be af-
Iorde for swimming. hcrse-
aek riding, games and other
actites.

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ROCKLAND, Me. (UP) -
Eyeglasses lost' overboard by a I
lobsterman, Ottis LewUa of Ash
*ot were 0nd p few days later
a trap In the same vicinity by
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Then, bt ween.. a Avenun'vo bw
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*" uts of America will'tional Bureau in L ill
Jan.-4 2fti a four-year talk on "Prest nteratial
[.1e 'as "Onward for Scouting and Fur ." .
.j y Country" to help RepresentaUtn. of SO nations
's boyhood to live having Scout. Jciations will at-
world and to prepare tend the confrteoe.
r their full share in John M. SetfW of Oyster Bay,
hbet A was announced New York, pgslident of the Boy
ise Scout exeuc- Scouts of A erea, will- deliver
SCanal zo Council of the "Preaide I M message" Mon-
lti. day evening.
tIep 1 for the Tenth Harold E, Stiasen special as-!
conference of distant to the President of the U-
Scout executives I united States speak of "Youth I
'pe fsl onal leaders of in a Free Woid," the same eve-
riUuation, presently bet. ini.
the. Unaversty ot MicI-I 'Tm a Gangster" will be theI
Am Arbor, M'icigan. subject of the address Tuesday|
e starting .tr the confer- evening, by William G. Power, ad-
8i.eaecutives throughout vertiain manager, Chevrolet Mo-,
laen evaluating tor Dvisaio of the General Motors
1tPatd t e c j Corporation.,
I'n auak.e ve the new Congressman Walter H. Judd of
PA. Minneapolis 'nn. will speak
a. osix aajor study areas Wedneaday evening.
.t administration Bishop Donald IH. Tippet of the
S .I iment, financial Methodist Church, San Francisco,i
height, manpower! Calif. will speak .Tiuradhy e e-
an!P"* to toolI. ning on *"Ameoriea's Spiritual!
has been de- Needs ad. Their Promotion !
1By 8 court Through Scoutiat."
of the twelve At the final evening 8e ss Ion
it which the na- Friday evening Dr. Stephen B.1
la iH. Withey, of the Survey research
conference there will present highlights from th e
Ie ye subjects discus- "Study of AdpTecsent Boys" re-
sit. speakers, exhi- gently conducted .by that. organi-I
Sarwograms. nation for the Boy Seouts of Amer- .
Sasome cover 94ica.
Aitonji them are Cub. '
outing. Explor- Schuck will then deliver the f-
Sf outdoor a, in a nal challenges ad the conference
a finance relation- will asin i a tableau entitled.
other agencies and lo- "Oaward for God and My. Coua-
m mproced^urea in admin- try." ,
IARenors ti athe, nation's Scout


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'We have. reeeWd scores of
letters from -men of position and
mportnce uhout America"
wrote Dr. SMhuck congratulating
ua on our '"Onwaid for God and
My Country' Fo*.-Year Program.
Many have expessPe d the belief
that.thn Natimoal Training Confer-
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th6 lUf of America.
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13 Merit 7 Modern-Persis
14- tide BDoredom
IS Snaky 9 Trial peri6d
17 Metalrbearing 10 Ireland -
rock kl lritated
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31 Slighted 20 French
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algrathatstteto-buty in aib.
peak g before the New York
iasion Grou' Mrs, Charlotte
Mont emery aa New York zqer-
iebansing consultant charged:
"Too maby homemakers spend
la pigelp of teir working hours
ilooki, ,eng iey unkempt theIrI
i 10.0. l(Ifom hair nahtttaetl und one or in
pie crie. They wear no Ipstick
and dress as i they were about
W-toscrub out' sen.house."u
There'# a lot of tvthi n dMt.
W'oMottgomelas charge. You don't'
nni.re va a S r "have to visit housewives in their
li** UPq a rwn bo*ies or yards to prove it.
Tuhe $Ia t roup of t' Leek Abea t A t The s upertnarket,
A USLUY.1 a- of I Adyou have to do is drop by
uThe4wourvig 0 wWilInes.' the u..hborbood rmarket and'
S4a eat Abes home o Mrs. tge & good long seu at tkhe awon s
O uwr, Nou w5I.L S1110E e who pass by.
i MUU atl ~ a, A -- eA every woman dress nead t
'f Ctepuit#CIi .o. -- eupeas tyke na houedrea.s or shirt and
Sil ,oe ,r,-,, ,-,- .. ......li. greup to a a at, loeur with hair combed and
..." "' B B. 4 wearing fresh lipstick you'll find
l whte o ",,. at least three women in shorts
baa Mi-- th cIN whi ep NmrA I THR .ADOS. who don't arve the fgure for them
withuva--qSids NeA Marks Edito r at least one In pn curls at least'
S.,-" s one whose hair looks as though It
Ol!&- te Cl fam was a rohasn't been combed in week I
h lsa et hde ith lver Lets have another tae tand B- Barbecue Sance(Hot) hasn't been cobed in a week
cannelabrs holdingepsuak no n. f' Be gnato r (J1*H (i: Ic ) andadess asdt onoes ia eweastplo
rs lParduer nolo Is n -, ,--holi.sm to. rdrs adt she sh e
-graduated them. We wet to o One tablespoon ehpped onion, 1 iaose hatte
IN= .Ba lb oa 1o Shoohw~ h'the.Chicago the t r day.' Of q14r1T, tablespoon fat, 1 Clo-ve garlic, rs v t. ots de to be-vicesth the
o.faMs. ..rosimeans good u#*.g cup catsup, 2 tablespoons vineglrabor-svndeie s make'
OR ru W sOs tf M0. that h d cup watrV teab sponc te job of housekeeping a relative.
.'Pardusis t104ofMr.,th ati.:wh.t llicup war, ,tesponnchoi ly clean and easy job the messier
dMrs. Richard L. Parlue. of i Althug steak still re!gnsd so- powder, 6 teaspoon paprika, 2 ye s lo .s
fshville Tonessee. He wa for- preme ther outdoor barbtcue, teaspoons. sugar, 1 tablespoon prt-: o -radina beat nas by
orce Bationed at Albrook A1r preferences for steaks vary. Some pared mustard, 1 teaspoon Worce-t haWh esrbdabher alothe on a
After a short wedding trip on rndivi ulsteaks'torbe tershire sauce teaspoon salt. washboard and baked the family
the Isthmus, the young go"q will doee41 h f Cook onion inm t over lqw heat bread she at least put on a clean
leave for the States where they 1 h to 1- until soft but not brown. Peel apron when she fin shed a messy
will be at borms at 40 4.akoviewarUc a A beef tenderlo, club or the bone- a an add- Add remaining job.
4.. .-vt.Winter t FrkiFlorada. ieb loin steadlknown as, the, stip ,-gredients. Mix thoroughly. Br4nJ And though grandpa may not
S .S r. Prne Swi enter Qi ando .o "Te t9 boiling point. lower sat, a have relished the sight of her in
SJunior CoSeg th. year. steak simmer b10 minutes. Re ove ar- curlers at bedtime at least the
W S P DK -...... Porterhouse or T-bone steaks cutli k. Prepare in advance and store' rest of the world didn't have to
AN ITR WeWaM S. PARD Caeme ]i inches thick will serve two in refrigerator. see her that way.
oaN AT n. CLAYTON Dea O DI people and, for more servings, ,-
ht 'be ms avy Lb at Ft. A-.se irlola out e .
ho o- 3hW mador has sncbtsoed that duoe ih to hes this. ,
i .1 P. to the fect ondais a holiday,? 'Other eml of bee may be
gi tM* lWLabor DAYn Canal Zoimbroiledorarilledlithe of top .
e e Ft.h A F., Bah Club aWi quality, h w -a d e r'sb rand
l K-" ". b "l ted a be OP .l e T b.e is a 'a are aed. "-
:illhma.,at sua l,. oe.atChak -shouldqr, rib, rump and
.... .. t round steak-.uitally are best Ifm
baskedwas arraUjed a bower of whi 'oYCaste oahead cut to lck and soaked
Seach w- orhtds an ibi sni- French ressing
vah wi-" 'a Mocids lan ri xtb inald ,e Mr. ?ra, Uku-y 8', Casleror garlic-seasoned salad oi. Plan It IFe
T-iacl Mwi r a floor least oi of Goli Ie gits entertained on on to I pound of meat per ..
l ,ant ,-z .eep-pink ribbon net heonday wits a birthday par ty1 serving depending on the amount,
Smarked, stropless gown had a bolero ofma e. greater than usul
-IRE bend u ,y- Panama year &go. Some 1 to.- ,ti.es.
c.b. a.,,yule- Time .,r broiling-steaks dep
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eOSg w a &i a they carried nosegays of pinkrn ap
V 55tamis smA ofl. d ia aThe faml y resided In
wore a,. sre of? a Paoma tir a umber of years
.- -I,, -,E dgda toen wa. t he dulris his eptployemeat with lo-,
,-xt. n wore a o p aow avrs. later when he woke
asqise y f awlr Sh wore a floo r 08 awp 1aBW wh e e
SS oSr. staki" :TXa t Hato while serv.-
tS4 a wFeitr o whuo-. 1 v ma hW""to inthe Army.'
ye.-V.- ow- he--, t-, mil ifnaward whu ne was Qie
bWl .an rth o. e rt w bureau rsie for Time u4 e
,eeas I fmedd gf oWeor ._I..
tr b a4Cti ev #llP years thy,

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In f MTN t < a the for a
S. arker andA m .eric. y O.O
B ,he r. R.. Csvna r. y Mr. W S
,, T The wedding ceremony u wasO O UnPianaMa ay
8OM 104HI. 3 byrn rece tiona in Reeder Mr. John .. SN.a of the U. ".
O el lo v. U .Embassy staff, was to sail today
& s receive eu aboard Pe Panama for a ve;\-
rtas. eyg reflv dgun d a Ip d wias Inoceedinl to
tA w sta tde tiher w she his ext station in F \ n furt, Ar-
4 1 e.. a coAg.. e, of pinksar tons. m.any.
',... ltz3Mb n auEAt the close o f-le two Yer7
p pews Undo 'D In cutting tlib' tvdh cake tour of duty keW, he was ente-
.% hu "The full, Mrs. E. 5, Stevens and.Mrs- Lloyd tained at parties arranged by sin-
pIp AM .to Peterm. presided at the punotleval friends z the staff, lndludng
*9_ a4 laW. Miss Dottk- Cotton was In Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 4ames,. t be
rot flla tulne. charge of the bride's b ok. (Continued on iase 6, Col. 5)
.P of llumf IThe bride's table wps covered. ..
ia4A.arssequins ver a pink cloth and was center-

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ZP- TOE Rad WOMEN'S CLASSES
i e wfatr begin October 3rd, will be
fle Wednesday and Saturdf
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qet 944 A, mas Cruces Street, Balboa.
rei ou'tudnt's may register .by" .
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AT THE.
FIRST BAPTIST .CHUR
BALBOA. HEIGHTS, Q. 2
9:30-81BLE SCHOOL (CjIsses for nil 4aiit)
10:40-MORNING WORSHIP .4,
. "Responsibility" Heb. 10:1-2S
(Series of Expository Mssages on Hebrew),
6:30-B.T.U.-Church training for all ages
7:30-IVANOELISTIC SERVICE .
"Why Did Jesus Choose Judas?"
Special Music Nursery Provided Children's Curi5
Broadcast HOXO W. H. Booeeby, Pasn!5 j
EVERYONE WELCOME I
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"HEAVEN TO EARTH"


"Heaven to Earth," a new. religllo hisatpial u
picture, will be shown on Saturdty Night and Hs
Night, September 3 ead September 4, at 7:30 pam. dn
the Amu=al Assembly Meetla r of ,Church oel -t
held at be Church o GOS lAeated ,i Co n at 711
Street. 'e film was predned to hlhlIght a ntenal
diamond Jabiluee i n the Chaurh ol Ge, aeoordlag te
WaI. LXatema, program chaluan. ,
The 4smnlaute pletura prestt at leek at the
and plt Mof pioneers in the o ly dasa of this reJ
group. 'Gliapses are given oft Daniel & Warner and q
early teads between the years 18A and 1910.
the film was produced by the lamI andy Organlm
of oletro, Michigan and was filmed in the vieinft
Ande"sn, Indians, where general offices of the eh
are now located. Move that 5" ..piloe are in the
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eolint p"rra o..of ihe lr
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during the Annula 6wmlp Meeting of the Chiurr of
.Gd. hold at The Cho eb f God, %$ EighthStaet, .i
Colon and also at atm A# ch of "d Ilete NW OP 1
Street, Monte Osamaws I, Isa lo Abajo on Mondal "414t
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Phonee jausm 3-0552


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|CIIROPRACTORS
Bp lmA.L PAPJAC
(Palmer dGraduates



TRANWSRTS & NATERi S.A.
Poken Po hpes Moves

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I Buys!



149 Dodge Sedan
Full Price $650.00
Down $185.00




Srcury Coup
Full Price $750.00
D pown $250.00


1153 DeS0o Sedan
L Full. Price $11.50.00
&kw $.480.00



tf5SSFordV4
i eor- Station Wagon
Country Sedan
Passengrs
'Full Price $2,250.00
Dewn $ 750.00


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LIB.IKKIA rKM.IAUU

MORRISON
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FOTO DOMY
stm Anoss- Ave.. -ma W


FOR RENT
Houses


FOR RENTS-- Unfurnished cot-
toPe: 3 .dr d m. maid's room.
Posdan. $70., Elbot JB66.


FOR RENT:-Modern cholet: 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hot wa-
ter, large grd~on. Con be s*en
52nd St. No.. 1. iKeys t 52nd
No. 17.1 Pheon 3-2223 during
office hour.
FOR RENTt- ue to trip, fur-
nished or unfurnished house as
you ploser. Call Saturdey pnd
Sunday aol day. toenia # 705.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Largo furnished
room. Amorica inspection. ood
bathroom.. private entrance. Jim-
to Aroesemo and It Street
No. 9.
FOR RENT:-- Camp AlegaM
nicely furnished room. private
both and delicious meals. Cell
3-1789 or 2.1693.
-FOR RENT-.BeIoan*ted. clean
furnished rom. Noe all bus
stops. 43rd Strat No. 13.


Hours Changed
At Gotun Pool
Effective. on Monday the Oaft-
tun swimming pool ill be open
to the public seven days a week.
The Ipool WU1 be open freM 9
a.m. to fp A, Sunday through
Friday. On Saturday the pool
will maintain Its pwesent sched-
ule of 1 p.m. through 9 p.m.


~ Social and ath;e 9
(Coa e. '16m page P1 .
marines Kry Zuxton and E d T
Brown, ad harmony IlW
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Wv." h *gi>l.


;suNM u ,imy I '.
D o-Teoday a
r.'nd Mrs. W 'bMr B..id-
emse will- return today to oteir
BrasO Brook home afta er six
we*- ain.- the State. .


Amont Gold Coasters fBling to-
day on the Panama for states va-
cations are Mr. and Mrt. Irwin
Ramsey and their three children
r

Miss Louise Edmoadson is sail-
ng en route to Athens, Ohio
where she will matriculate at Ohio
University. The.jyoung itudent Is
the daughter of Mr. and M r a.
Richard A. Edmondson of Marga-
rita.
Gay Camavalite 'I
El Pasama Tonight
Queen Marcela I will reign over
tht iay Carnavalito in the Patio
of El Panma Hotel tonight.
Opening at 1 p.m., the Carnave-
lito will have lively and carnival
music by Clarence Martin a nd
his orchestra and Lucho Azearra-
ga and his orchestra.
A number of comparsai in color-
ful costume will make grand en-
trances and p r e se n t tableaux.
Prize for the btst costume is two
round-trip airplane tickets to Mia-
mi via APA.
Additional prizts may be, won
by the best comparsas:
An evening of merriment and
leasure had bee. planned Jor
tl occasion.


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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
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FOR SALE
HoMehold


FOR SA.E--5s-plece Rfame.4t,
plastic quoheM; wlhing ma-
chin, I60-cycle) ; Q.It desk.,
chet of drawers.n .. 4-drowvr
steel. fil eeblpnt; oil- palntoin
and frome; plmoe records, bop
end classiol 33-1/3. 78 rpm;
other odd pieces; all at very
reeoenable prices. Will e*l sell
proven., Mcurlt tarpgt shooting
equipment at fair voliv. Loaxine
Zone. Jeffrey. 51S-A Curundu
Hts., 83-3225 after 4 p.m. and
all week-and.


FOR SALIE-4-pc. bedroom st,.
mehogpay, single daybed-couch.
2 rugs 9x12. tables, chairs, mis-
cellenous items. House 773,
Apt. C. Sen Pablo St.. Ealbee.
FOR SALEI:- Twin beds, Sim-
mons, metal. Eeutyrset met-
tress, like new $120. Quarters
2020-5 Curundu. Any time.
FOR SALE:-Kenmore outoma-
tic washing machine. 60-cycle,
$100. Call 2-6450. Ancon.
FOR SALEr-9-cu. ft. Coldopet
refrigerator, 60-cycle;, Chine
mahony chest. Cell Quarry
Ha. 207.


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B ox-, 6I aI nt.,,-

-ARAl 1JOHNSON. 6e -4-
huke. shiRfl-uwwithcwm n SLon
cation K loxprtN Jo aqelha
repairs. Our Ietti lrv efff-
den.y, urtne. M 4 t -A4,
Colon, ilth St. aid Mreeid-.

XPIIT RIWIAVING done on
aol types of mitorila., clone
burns, tears. etc. Phioe -3-331.

FOR RENT
Miseellaneous

FOR RINT: Sites *f*ci *the
National. Stodim ffor mell fac-
tory, workeip or .oworsuse.
Only 7 rSjnoln. As* 2 ispdclous
salons sailoble f storm or of-
fices. Aklcides Gerci Correa.
Phone 3-6138.
Ten years, Eichelberger; The
Management TeapM Bursk;
Modern spearfishing Iyano-
vic; The guide to long playing
records; Bottoms up -- Skinner;
Our Yanksh# e t!age.- Beala;
ilent mC ttent' --, -(earns;
~A .Vl arns -
A* A. 4 and V1,To S" -
For.-D0 toy.


skin-div a Mod called Pietot Tepleford lark -
par. dsling" -W ealr wo uld be Aclh Capti. City A i"-
p special I ntit i .skt. by A D octorI -h mu-
lv r ia, bet n eith n .in-irCriPTLttebr t; The t -We _yf -
ation "u t-Intr XMt ORUIM.. I& Run, Rim .Rm-TaIu-
the pn a Sn-rtaylor;
the canl 2pra o. r ?t-i-rb
Vflue 'vanovlk, author-a the
boak Is.. -of C'summe aooks: Suwmer
th.. ..port. v t t ca-The e etOf
I Mir &tDvt Evatt;Mil-

IBu a drn ,n"d--m
the Bshama. There can be few Mstery over the Brick W ll-
oe ho know ore tthae Oron By the hor of ilver
doe a owut now'On dr; Geoailrphy Can
SAlcftro Book oI





Fvrnew-E-ra-T i .I opw
Forem ehw Iri aol itm v0litent


"Both Palama and the United
States are actively Interested in
the greatest possible 'develop-
-meat of tourism, not onl forI
encouraging greater understu d-
ing anq% closer friendshltprWamI
the peoples of our countries, but
as a practical means of sttiat-.
Ing this most valuable -of "l
forms 'of international t rad,.A
M. M. Frost, Etatern Air Line
executive, told guests at -
luncheon given at W1 Panama
yesterday by Braniff Inter-
national Airways and Eastern.
Airlines for local governmentI
officials business men and tra'-
el agents.
Mr. Frost, who- is a vice pres-
Idekt of Eastern.and- Bze6tivo
Apsltant to the Chairman of
the Board, Capt. Eddie Rickep-
backer, told the group that it
wau because of Dastern's out-
otanling leadership-n the de-
velopment of tourism, especially
In lorida, that his company
was chosen to Join with Branift
In the'opening If a new tourism
era by' proving the first
through-plane service between
New York and'Washington and
both coast of South America.
A traveler es- c now fly from
Rio or Buenos Aires via Panama
to Washingtful, D. C., or New


York without changing. planes.
rrost, who sla visiting PSaaMs
on his return to the Unites
Btatea from the inaugural fight
of the new service, was sacom-
pAiiled by two other Eastern Air
Lines Officials, Herbert. Dlobb4,
Latin .America Sales Ditfttor;
a d,. Charlee Glover, Interline
AgeUcy Manager. As weB. by
-Robert T. Phtney. Braniff Aen-
oy and' Interline Manager.
Thewombination of service by
the two airlines will provede
greatly .improved tnteo ntin.al
air transportation faqil -tle
which is a clearly defined pro-
*am of the United StateasIov-
eianent. "The new program, un-
deu which the-governisent has
hoen Irift and a terti to
lead, will Tretly acelete this
healthy growth of trade and
travel between the American
republics," Frost stated.


With this combination, in
dd=on to the. one-plane serv-
Ice, passengers arriving at Mia-
mi can take any of e up-to-
60 schedules day between Flno
rida and cities served by -bt-'
ern. or via Braniff visit any of
the 65 cities served by that air-
line in-the. Mid-wast area.
(Mercurio)


GRIGOY P.IeCK H TO"IOLE IS-fCAREER
IN RbCMICtCflIK..

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FQR SALE
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BARGAIN. d14l fe rsowd o.
1949 *k lo opr 4.-deer. $..
bas dyaps w, i ras in $ed
md-me afw mMdiJon. To e old
mi1. Far oly $100. Phome C-
feo 800, SMOOT r & HUNNI-
CUTT. ,
FOR SA*LE.r-14 Opel Stabso
Wagon, In emcellnt condition.
Just like mew. This ear pisd to
sell. Sao -Try it-end SIy it.
SMOOT 3 HUNNICUTT, S.A.,
Colon.
FOR SAL:-1950 Nail 4-door
sedan. This ctr priced to sil.
Good transportation. To be sld
as Is for only $399. SMOOT &f
HUNNICUTT, S.A., Colon.
IARGAIN: .- 1953 Chevrolet
Deluxe Club Coupe, Paint in
gad coditlon. Ti good, en-
gine in ad mechaniIcal condi-
tion. Only $175. SMOOT &
HUNNICUTT, S.A.. Colon.
FOR SALb-1951.Mergery 4-
door Seden. This car in perfect
condition. New tir. Excellent
buy for only $750. SMOOT
HUNNICUTT. S.A.. Colon.
FOR SALE-1950 Peberd 2-
deor Sod. Point In.uolelMt
condition. Motor In good IeR-
chaneical condition. See this bar-
r i at SMOOTr HU4NiCUTT,
A.. Colon. Doly $47,.'


FOR SALE:-1959 Pontiac Cat-
no Sport Coupe. New paint- lob.
Tirem ad engine I nod eond-
tion. See thb baisrgla t SMOOT'
& HUNNICUTT, S.A.. Colon.
This car priced to- ll.
FOR SA.E:-1949 Packard 4-
doer Seda., paint mow, tire end
selina excellent, goed tronspr-'
teation. For only $490. SMOOT
&' HUNNICUTT. S.A.. Colon.
Phone 100.


FOR SALE: 1951 Chuvrelt
four-.4o Deluxe Sedon, In o-
melleat enidltea, ines ged.
Noter pSp perfe t. Son this ar
. t. Cd s' I .-" ,4 ;,
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Pihno 7.571.
MR IALs-U1ok 1955Chsys-
!as Windor Sledan.IA por&t
ed*Mle. Phne All. 16-7102
or 7115. OQs. 31-A. Albfre.
FOR SAU -1951 Haodp with
e(de ond everdk. keollent
endolwl. Co be ianeed. Val-
bee 2in8.
FOR SALs--'47 Cedillas c for-
dewr, mdi hydrmotle. Phne-
Cmound 13.-2244.

Auxilary To Make

enlhIy (Commnin

A Sahkl Peters *

Led by the Woman's Auxila-
ry, the women of the parish of
St. peter's in La Boec will make
their monthly corporate com-
munion tomorrow morning at 7.
At thl 'sirvee, the Rev. Her-
bert L. Moore, Episcopal deacon
under tralagn, will deliver the
sermon. ge will leave, next
Wedpeadar to take up his as-
ignment In Western Panama.
The Rev. John Spear, who re-
turned with h ofamilly yester-
day from a wee&s ret lea"e, will
be the calobant. Re will also
preach at .uWong 7:30 p.m.
The wCa days communion
aervio* 7T a.m.. which waaub--
pend drinir the brief absner
of Ft fer awr, has been re-


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P- CAR YIOUBL
PROWipENCE. R. 1. -.uUP'
Bv oiQIU. his automobil- for U.
Me ri n uern had entugh money
to P-;ii4.-. for driving an hn,
S ,yeaisteerd ear. Aftar
=0ile.l*filty. James told the
jldge that thie ar had caused him
o mveb trouble that he had oad
It tfolowial is arrest. ObUIgljiv.'
the -tldge'it the fine from $3




FOR SALE

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ATTENTION 4. I.1 Just built
modern niohod apotlllMntl, I
2 bedloms, hat, .0oh w to r,
Pfees Poaims 3-4941.
FOR AENTi. Furnishmil opew-
meet with 2: bedroom. and *w
hails, @ a tionio Dell Vise.
Phone 3-05O0. er 3 % months
from Sept. 0 ot.
FOR RINT: Modern aprt-'
ments. ftnraabed or nfurnlshod.
Maid somnri end at *i diltion-
ing obtainsble. Alhambra A-
partmenta, OLth StrPet, hone
1316, Coea.
FOR RINT: At El Congrejo
'A' Street: 2-bdruom apart-
ment. hot water. Phone 3-2148
from I to 2and* S to I p.m.
FOR RENT- Furnished apart-
ment. North Amerisen neigh-
bars. frkuont trmnportotion,
$50. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart
meant, Cuba Ave. No. 12. Apt.
3, "LaredoJ Bulding." Apply
from 9 s.m. to I p.m. Phone 3-
4445. 1 m
FOR RENT:- Furnished aprt-
meits: sittlIn-'dinin rMm. twe
bedrooms, st e v refrigerator.
-.Sib Vista, 43rd Street No. 64.


FOR SALE
Miaeellaneous
FOR SALE:-10% disount In
beidsteno of Gsorio end Min-
ote grto aite. far Mt. Hope,
Coro e and Jofrdin de Pa
Morkorsl. Apply to "MARMO-
LERIA," I Street No. 52 now
12-42. Penam". Phone 2-2656.
Ope to p.m. .
FOR SALE.-IS-mi. LtNs- Wet-
ylpr enloeir $0;. %-hp. *on
a-hp. 6t0-Gale moton $10'
ood$$iMuMlively. ftM Clay-
toIM 514...
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and lass. Family lf three. No.
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WANTED:-A woman misglst
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1951 OLD8. "98" FORDOR ................. ,QQ
1953 PONTIAC FORDOR -... .-.-... r


1990 FORD CLUB COUPE ,....J.........-^ .,. $S&00
.19s0 OLDS. CLUB COUPE ............,.....,. ,' 00
1954 S STUDEBAKER HARD TOP ...34.-. .,-, 0.
1951 STUDEBAKER FORDOR .......... .... 7.
1951 BUICK FORD "8" ..................... 8*0.00
1954 FORD FORDOR .................. ... 1595.00
1949 MERCURY FORDOR .....---............... 45.00
1961 PONTIAC HARD TOP-. .-........-.......... 895.00


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1952 HILLMAN FOOR *......., .. ,... 675M0

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Chisox' Jack Harshman Ft. Kobbe Fans Give Lifeliner


Outpitches Sal Maglie


By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 3 (UP)-The Chicago White
Sox were oe -up on the Cleveland Indians in their
"crucial series" today-and all because a young pu-
pil turned the tables on an old master.
"PUl" Jack Harshman, a Mantle's three-run hojner-Man-
frustrtted firatbaseman only two tie's 36th round-trigper of the
year beat the Indians for year.
the tne this season, 8-1, Catchr Sammy White singled
last atht as the White Box home the tiebreaking run in the
clunto r half-game lead in eighth inning and the RedB ox
the AmerIcap League. And the went on to score three more
man he out-pitched was Sal runs and break open a close con.
Magile-iett "old master" of the test with the Orioles. Relict
New York Oants when Harsh- pitcher Leo Klely won his third.
ma watched from first base to ame. Ted Williams hit his 26th'
the aound. eomer.
Hdshe pM who was helped by Tom Gorman's late-inning re-
Mate whe he made his "oig lief pitching preserved Art ce.-
swich," allowed only four hilts carell's fourth win as Kansas
and struck.out eight batters. in City shaded Detrotit, 7-6. The,
winl the opener of the four- Athletics now have won six of
came series. The victory was the their last eight games.
White ot' ninth in 17 games
with the Indians and Harshman Shortstop Ernie Banks of the
has accounted for four of the Chicago Cuba hit his 40th
_i_- T h es.,, ..om he h a s homer to set a major league


wins.. In ti Lour gam -- -- -- -*--
ielded a total of four runs and record for a shortstop In one
4 hIt. season and spark a 12-2 rout
Maglle ma Ilng his second los- of the St. Louis Cardinals. Paul
Ing start for the Indians, match- Minner beat the Cardinals for
ed Harshman's shutout pitching the fifth time.
for three innings but was routed
when the White SBox scored The Brooklyn Dodgers reduc-
three runs in the fourth. Four ed their "magic number" for
singles and a double by Bob pennant clinching tO eight with
Kennedy produced the runs and a 2-0 victory over the Pittsburgh
the White Box kept peeking a- Pirates while the Milwaukee
way at four Cleveland relievers Braves bowed by the same score
until they collected 14 hits. to Cincinnati. Robin Roberts
won his 22nd game as the Phil-
Mbile. Milose had three adelphia Phillies defeated the
hits, including his ninth horn- New York Giants, 5-3, in the
er. Harshman, who now has a other National League game.
0-7 mark, yielded Cleveland's Karl Spooner pitched a four-
only ren on Ralph miner's .1th hitter for his seventh win and
hDuke Snider hit ha 41st homer
The loss dropped the Indians for the runaway Dodgers, who
Into third place, a game behind now lead by 14 games. Converted
the New York Yankees, who eel- outfielder Dick H#l1 dropped his
ebrated Bllv Martin's return fourth decision for Pittsburgh.
with a 4-2 victory over the Sen- Art Fowler's six-hit pitching
ators. The Boston Red Box beat and homers by Ted' Kluszewski
the Baltimore Orioles, 8-3, to and Rocky Bridges gave ,the
move within 3% games of third Redlegs their victory over the
place. Braves. Kluszewski's homer was
Whitey Ford yielded only one his 44th tops in the majors.
hit-a seventh-inning single by
Carlos Paula-in gaining his Mm l..
16th win. martin playing for the onreal ngs
first time since he starred in the
1958 World Series, had a single To lIf 6a-,
and a double and started the
Ya e P' winning rally with a
gored on MOcR y

A7 wSept. (UP) -
,-D07 i the Montagt Royals clung to
Trip their slim half-game lead over
S ..... I the Toronto Maple Leafs today
Charles S. Abernat well in the tight International Lea-
known sporting goods dealer in gue pennant race which prob-
Patnaa sad prniment among ably won't be'decided until the
deep sea fismng tasts hasmong final day of the season next
just returned from a 30-day busi- Monday. -
ness tour of 'the States. The Royals downed the Co-
Abernathy reports that m any lumbus Jets, 7-4, behind the
new items' will appear on the IB56 pitching of Ken Lehman, who
market. He says Rawlings Manu. picked up his 21st win against
facturipg Co. is turning out sev. only nine losses, while, the Leafs
eral Dew softball and baseball defeated the Cuban Sugar
gloves, stressing longer reinforced King8, 6-3.
thumbs on slightly larger mitts. The Leafs have five' games
left to play to the Royals' four.
An innovatln, he says, is In The season closes on Sept. 5.
the trend to bright colors for golf The Syracuse Chiefs kept a-
clubs. Wood clubs will anpear in live their faint hopes of gaining
pinks, blues, violettes, etc... any fourth place, the final playoff
color to match your new hat. spot, 'by defeating the Buffalo
In- this same vein, Shakespeare Bisons, 10-4, while fourth-place
one ot the oldest manufacturers Rodhester dropped a 5-0 decision
of fishing tackle is coming out to the Richmond Virginians. The
with glass colored rods. I Red Wings hold a three and
These and other new items will one-hal*game edge over the
be on display soon at Servicios y Chiefs with five games to play.
Ventas, Aberathy, on the side Syracuse has four remaining
street opposite the Panama Hotel. games.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE IAMERICAN LEAGUE


TRAS W L
Brooklyn .....86 46
Milwaukee ...73 61
Philadelphia .71 64
New York ... .68 65
Cincinnati ...67 71
Chicago ......65 72
St. Louis .....55 78
Pittsburgh ...53 81


TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Milwaukee* (N)
New York at Philadelphia (N)
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
St. Lowu at Chicago
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 001 01 11 2
Chicago 08200110x-12 14 0
Poholsky (7-M); LaPfatime,
Mackinson, McDaniel and Sarnt,
Burbrink.
Minber (9-8) and cooper.
.Ntiht Game
Pittsburgh 000000o00-0 4 G!
Brooklyn 000 0020Cx-2 5 0
H-all (5-4), Surkont and Shep-
Spooner (7-51 and Campanel-
8.la


(Night Game)
Jfew York 010100010-3
Philadelmia 010 600 04x-5
MaCall (5-5) and Katt.
Roberts (22-10?, Meyer
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TEAMS W
Chicago ......80
New York ....80
Cleveland .... 79
Boston .......75
Detroit .......67
Kansas City ..55
Washington ..46
Baltimore ... .41


Pet. GB
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.606, 1
.598 1V2
.573 5
.504 14
.420 25
.359 321/:
.320 37Y


TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Baltimore (N)
Chicago at Cleveland
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Washington at New York
!YEI DAY'S RESULTS
Washington 000 000 200-2 1 0
New York 00003 01x-4 11 1
Porterfield (10-16), Stone,.Mc-
Dermott and FitzGerald.
Ford (16-6) and Berra.
(Night Game)
Chicago 000310400-8 14 0
Cleveland 000 001000--1 4 1
EIarshman (9-7) and Lollar.
Maglie 0-2), Houtteman,,an-
Uago, Narleski, Mossi and He-
gan, Folles.


(Nicht Gamei
Boston 000120 041-8
Baltimore 020 000 100-3
Sullivan, Klely (3-3:'
White.
Moore. Zuverink (1-8)
Triandos.


Nieht Gamet
(Night Game) I Detroit 000110130--6
Cincinnati 000 100 lOO -2 "' 0 Kansas City 000 430 COx-7
Milwaukee 00V 000 nO0-0 1 Foytack (0-1 Bunning,
Fowler (10-9) and Rursoes. rer. Coleman and WilsOn
@Whn (13-14), Paine and CeccarelU (4-6), Gorman
rdall. 'Astroth.


8 0
7 4
and
and


11 0
9 1
Bir-
and


Basketball Champs 'Send-Off'


FORT KOBBE LIFELINER basketball team departed this week for Puerto Rico where they will
meet the Antilles champs, Camp Losey, in a three-out-of-five championship series for the Car-
ibbean Command title. First game is scheduled for September 5 at the San Juan Naval Station
gym. From left are: Don Fuchs, rnie Bercler, Perley Gates, Ass't Coach Bin Wood, Willie
Hatchett, Bill McKaig, Chuck Baker, Mike Carri Orv. Fox, Walt Koepke, Joe Clarizio, Tom Ward,
Don Piersma, Howie McCallon, Lt. John Garver, Coach. Lt. Anthony De Luca (not shown) also
accompanied the team as Officer-In-Charge. (U.S. Army photo)


Off-Duty Practice Pays Off


For Kobbe Volleyball Champs
S ....., .-,, -- .. -..f t


WINNERS OF the 1955 Fort Kobbe Post Level Volleyball tourna-
ment with a record of four matches won and no losses is "C"
company, 33d Infantry regiment. Teamsters, from left to right,
are, kneeling: Cpl. Martin Delany, Pfc. Oleg Reoutt, Pfc. Frank
Shank, Pfc. Orlando lacobon, Cpl. Donald Slea. Standing, left
to right, are, Sp-3. Jerry Edwards, manager, Cpl. Leo McSweeney,
8p-3. Robert Cooper, Sp-3. Anthony Fischer, team captain.
(U.S. Army photo)
Daily off-duty practice w h il e played against "B" battery, 504th
stationed at the Jungle Warfare FA battalion, losing the first of
Training center foi six weeks paid three games, 15-13. The champs
off for "C" company, 33d Infan- went on to beat the artillery unit,
try regiment, as it copped the 15-5 and 15-7, thereby winning the
Fort Kobbe Post Level Volleyball match.
tournament. Upon meeting "F" company
The victors completed the sea- Second battalion, the unit was de-
son on Thursday, August 26 with feated by' a score of 18-16 in the
a record of four matches won and opener of a three game match.
no losses. "C" company retaliated by win-
During the initial battalion corn- niog the latter two, 15-5 and 15-7.
petition, "C" company s w e p t The deciding match came Au-
through. eight games without sin- gust 25 when 'the Lifeliner u n it
gle defeat, giving them the right swept two fast sets, defeating
to represent First battalion in the Service company, 15-10 and 15-7,
Post's playoffs which started Au- thus becoming Fort Kobbe's vol-
gust 18. The tournament was on leyball champs of 1955.
a double elimination basis. "C" company will now repre-
During its fight for the P o s t sent the post in the Army tourney
championship, "C" co m p a n y September 19-23 in Fort Kobbe.




UNITED FRUIT COMPANY


Great White Fleet
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Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
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MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS
lb UNITED PKES8
LEADING MATTERS
(Based on 00 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE


Player, Club
Ashburn, P.
C'nella, B.
Klus'ski, C.
Snider, B.
Furillo, B.


ab i h Pet.
460 80 155 .337
40o3 8 133 .330
545 101 173 .317
475 114 150 .316'
455 74 142 .312


AMERICAN LEAGUE


Kaline, Det. 132 519 110 182
Si'pson, K.C. 93 311 29 100
Power, K.C. 125 517 78 164
Philley, Bal. 100 321 50 .100
Kuenn, Det. 124 527 86 162
Smith. C. 132 525 104 161
Kell, Chica. 109 362 37 111
HOME RUN8
luszewaki, Redlegs ....
older, Dodgers ........
Mays, Giants ...........
Banks, Cubs ...........
Mantle, Yankees .......
RUNS BATTED IN
Snider, Dodgers .......
Ennis, Phillies ....... ,
Kluszewskl, Redlegs ....
Campanella, Dodgers ...
Banks, Cubs ..........
Jensen, Red Sox .......
RUNS
Snider, Dodgers ........
Kaline, Tigers.......
Mantle, Yankees ......
Smith, Indians .......
Mays, Giants .........
Post, Redles .......


A large group of Kobbe fans HITS
assembled Wednesday to give a
rousing "send off" to the ifelin- Kaline, Tigers ........ 1
er PAAF basketball champions as Nluszewsk, Redlegs ... 1
they began their journey to Puer- Bell, Redlegs ........... 1
to Rico to partiUeipate in the Bell, Redlegs .........'..
Caribbean Command champion- Post, Redlegs ......... 1
ship tournament. Power, Athletics ........ 16
With 1500 troops a large con-
tingent of "junior Lifehners," and
many dependents on hand, the or- PITCHING
der of tht: day was music by the
23rd Division bad and c h e e r s (Based on 12 Decisions)
and huzaws by all for the jubilant W L
Kobbe team as t h e y promptly Newcom b e, Dodgers 19 4
boarded their gaily decorated bus Byrne, Yankees ... '13 4
adjacent to Lifeliner Field at 1:45 Donovan. W.S. ... 14 5
p.m. Ford, Yankees ..... 16 6
The team motored to Albrook Loes, Dodgers 0.... 9 4
Air Force Base where it departed --
by aircraft for the Antilles Com-
mand.
During the previous week. as a '
relief from the pressure encoun-
tered in the final Lifeliner-Cava-
lier series, the team was given a
training layoff, i ./'I
The day after winning the local,. '
tournament, the members,, coach- '
es and wives journeyed to R io
Mar Beach for a day of fun and
relaxation, -where the team .
switched from basketball to vol- '
leyball. Highlight of the day was
an old fashioned steak fry. The
outing commenced at 9:30 a.m. ..
and continued all day.
Another event, a pizza party, In I
honor of Joe Clarizio's birthday
was held Friday night at M Sgt.
Nicholas Coppacerri's quarters in
Quarry Hegits. The occasion
marked the 23d birthday of the1
young Lifeliner guard. Attending <'4.
were Lt. and Mrs. Garver, Lt. and
Mrs. DeLuca, Pfc. Billy Wood.
assistant coach and members of '
the team.
Saturday morning the cham-
pions escorted the Kobbe Drum
and Bugle corps to Cristobal
where the Ifeliner marching
band boarded the USNS He nr y
Gibbons to procede the team to
Puerto Rico.


AMC.


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NEW MARKER Ray Earn-
hardt demonstrates a new foot-
ball yard marker he developed.
Using gun-sight principles the
device keeps track of downs
and yardage to go.


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Championship Series .Betweem


Kobbe-Camp Losey Tomorrow
0-


Panama service basketball
champion Fort Kobbe goes after
the Caribbean Command crown
against Antilles king Camp Los-
ey in a best-of-five series start-
ing tomorrow night at the San
Juan Naval Station in Puerto
Rico.
Play is scheduled to continue
on successive nights. Each con-
test is set to begin at 7 o'clock
tPanama time).
Kobbe. which won the Pana-
ma title in a heated three-game
playoff series with Fort Clayton
is ,making its second straight
bid for the Command title.
Camp Tortuauero came to the
Kobbe gym last year to nail the
crown in the fifth of five-game
series. 71-69.
Two starters and three re-
serves are on hand for this shot
at the crown. Vet coach John
Carver will be starting two-time
all-star forward Howie McCal-
len, who potted 117 points in the
1954 series, and 6-5 center Don
Fuchs, who came up with 69
markers.
Garver's other starters will be
forward Willie Hatchett and all-
star euards Joe Clarlzlo and Bill
McKali. Hatchett replaces Ed
Nickles, a Lifeliner standout for
the past two seasons, who l'.is
departed the Isthmus for sena-
ration from the service. Also
gone is reserve guard Herb Du-
vall, another two-season per-
former.
Hatchett is the 19-year-old
Texan who scored the winning
basket against Clayton in the
70-68 title game at Albrook AFB.
Don Piersma, Walt Koepke,
and Perley Gates also will be
playing their second straight
Command series. Plersma saw a
lot of action against Tortuguero
to tally 47 points in the five-
gailpe set.
Slated to spell Fuchs at center
is Chuck Baker. a reserve stand-
out during the local campaign
which netted the Lifeliners 20
victories in 24 starts.
Rounding out the 13-man tra-
velinz squad are Ernie Bercder.
Tom Ward, Orville Fox and Mike
Carr.
Assistant coach Bill Wood and
officer-in-charge Anthony De-
Luca. along with Coach Orver,
complete the Kso.a ; .
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Texas Tech


Grid Coaches


Know How


LUBBOCK, Tex. (NEA)-De-
Witt Weaver would like to play
coaches and himself.
Drilling the line are Dee An-
dros, gua-d on Oklahoma's post-
war teams that went to three suc-
cessive Bowl games, and Wyatt
Posey who posed problems at a
tackle with. Georgia's 1943 Orange
Bowl champions.
Turoring the backs are Beattie
Feathers Hall-of-Famer of Ten-
nesse and the Chicago Bears,
and Buzz Warren, who tailbacked
for the Volunteers in three Bowl
battles. Bud Sherrod outstanding
lineman of the Vols' 1951 Cotton
Bowl victory o.er Texas, -o o k
after the ends. The f r e sh m a n
coach is Red Phillips, Blue Gray
game choice aft er captaining
Texas Tech in 1951 as an All-Bor-
der Conferencc center.
Weaver was an All Southeast-
ern Conference guard as Ten n-
essee's 1936 captain.


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TEAMS
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Syracuse .
Buffalo ..
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Richmond


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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Rochester 0 000 000-02 2
Richmond' 130 00100x-5 9 0
Woolridge, Jacobs (8) and St.
Claire; Connelly and Watling-
ton. LP-Woolridge.
Syracuse 210000250-10 13 2
Buffalo 200000200--4 8 3
Owens, Zinker (7) and Com-
mand, Heyman (8); Stump.
Schultz (7>, Rozman (9) and
Streuli. WP-Owens. LP--Stump.
HR-Bowman.
Columbus 000 200 002-4 8 0
Montreal 000 500 20x-7 9 1
Vanbrabant, Haag (4). Wheat
(7) and Erautt: Lehman and
Teed. LP-Vanbrabant.
Toronto 030030000-6 9 0
Havana 003000 000-3 9 0'
Fornieles. Crimlan (91 and
Berberet. Marrero. Sanchpz ,2>
Harris i4W Scantlebrrv itS La-
dera (81 and MontpIvo Noble
(9). WP: Fornieles t4-0) LP:
Harris (8-6).


which delighted local fans with
their antics at regular season
sessions.
The opposition. Camp 'Losey,
ran away with the Antilles lea-
gue flag, winning 10 straight be-
fore dropping the season finale,
63-60. to third-place Henry Bar-
racks.
The Eagles, who won the
Command baseball title here la
Aoril from Special Troops at Ft.
Clayton. compiled their mark en
outdoor courts. But the cham-
plonshin whMlI has beei switch.
ed to the indoor Navy arena at
San Juan.


Paraiso Sports

VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS
Wan Lost
Red wBears ........... 3 0
Blue Jays ............. 2 1
Las Estrellas ......... 1
Dallas ................ 0 3
Zurlta Eversley's Red Bears
won their third in a row by tak-
ing Dalla in a well constestd
game 21-19 .
Las Estrellas dropped the Blue
Jays 16-14. Joyce Dixon and Ma-
ner demonstrated a steady one-
two setup and net playing for
the Blue .Tays.
Wednesday the Blue Jays toy-
ed with Dallas, beating them
21-9.


SOCCER STANDINGS
Won
Santa Cruz ........... 3
Paralso ............... 1
Rainbow Citv ......... 1
La Boca .............. 1


Lost
2
2
2


Santa Cruz. playing a steady
eame, broke through the defense
of the Paralso souad to win 1-0.
Rainbow City defeated La DBo
ca 2-0.


The Hit Parade Caribbean Command Bask


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.511 181/2
.488 '22
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.414 313/4
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SAN JOSE Costa Rica, Sept. 3
-Reports of widespread destruc-
tion and an unknown .number of
deaths reached here yesterday fol.
lowing, strong earthquake felt
here last Thursday.
A plea from a telegraph operat-
or in the town of Tor Amarillo,
north of the Barba -volcano in the
Province of Alajuela, sent rseaue
teams hurrying to the area from
nearby towhs. The telegraph o-
perator's peas for help were cut
off before be could give any-de-
tails.
Rescue teams found roads block-
ed by innumerable slides.
Yesterday afternoon scores of
trucks carrying some 500 persons,
arrived at the town of Zarcero
fleeg from- the Toro Amarillo a-
res wic h they said had been com-
plete destroyed by the quake.
The village of Los Bajos de To-
ro Amarillo disappeared complete-
ly burled by a hill which tumbled
onto the town, the refugees said.
A teacher .and her pupils were
buried alive in the schoolhouse by
the earth movement, which some
said moved like huge waves in a
raging sea.
Planes despatched to the area
by the government reported no
sign' mo life where the town once
was,


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"Let the people know the truth and the country safe" Abraham Lincoln.


TAI~Y1M~k !1A3


SPRINGFIELD II,., Sept. 3 -
(UP)-The world must push to-
ward disarmament with the abid-
ing conviction that failure is im-
possible, Harol. E. Stassen, said
today.
"The stakes are so high for
this nation, for the Russian na-
tion and for all mankind, that the
search must proceed" the Pres-
Ident's adviser on disarmament
told a meeting of the Illinois de-
piartment of the American Le-
gion,
Stassen had high praise for the
foreign policy leadership of Mr.
Eisenhower a nd Secretary of
State John. Foster Dulles. He said
that as a result of the Geneva


SPobe Death Of Negro Lad

After White Woman Incident

GBA0StiO D Miss:, Sept. S-. Bryat, vowed to "standby" her
(UP) Atorities today begansons.
door-to-door 'questioning of rural "They were never into any
residepta in an effort to pinpoint metiaeas" said Mrs. Bryant of
the so, where a .-year-old Chi- nearby Sharkey, Miss.
cago was slaln for alleged- p-, .
ly whisling. at a white woman. "Roy, be spent three years in
Spe P ,by professional of out- the paratrooers" she 'said. "J.
rage' o over the nation an d W. *a a lieutenant in the Army.
t- ste,- r 'souglt evidence to He aseredJ t Germany dur-inug
build.tl7 came alnIst .torekee World War IL He started as a
er an:ryat:U i halfbroth iv and ot his commission
SAcsqd of slay- the rd way."
At r tBe pisoneri told so. -
S. :rline.-Coria, y e the-b ap. But o ty


PANAMA, R. B P. SAtIUDAY, SEPTEMBER 3I 1W95


isarmam ent


Conference at which the Presi-
dent broached his mutual inspec-
tion disarmapmert plan, "the dan-I
gers of war have receded while
the prospects for peace have ad-
vanced."
"Step by step," Stassen said,
"the President's wise and resolute
decisions have carried this nation
and to a significant degree the
entire world closer to that point
in history where the atomic age
can cease' to frighten and can be-
come beneficlent to all mankind.
"In the endeavor to bring this
transformation about, there is no
room for hopelessness."
He also said the nation can be
than k ful for the leadership
"President Eisenhower has exer-
cised on the top-priority problems
of bringing about peace, prosperi-
ty and progress-peace with free-
dom and justice, prosperity with
sharing for all progress with re-
spect for cultural values, for our-
selves and for mankind."
"Our economy today is strong
and sound" Stassen continued.
"And we have entered an era of
unprecedented peacetime prospe-
rity. Personal income has climbed
to new peaks, more people a re
finding better jobs- take home
pay is at record heights. If cur-
rent trends continue, America will
have the best economic year in
all history."'.

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Senators Want Ptagon To Rec

'Shocking' Guitf-y-Kinship Disch

WASiUNGWON, et (UP) Novtk' ease is the latest in a a guided, mlssie of
A Seate subcomaid toserls what have becom sued security d
day it has asked Pe-se Seers- known as 'guilt-by-kinshil" cam- 'at Redstqne Ai d
tary Charles wuson to inter- i. Ala.
vene in the "shocking" discharpe Possibly the most publicized of
of an Armyl-ealtm involved in thme the ease of Euge W. Twelve of the e
a guilty-by-kinship security case. la. lid l 'was deAied a him concerned hisf
ia the Saval reiemve ant Sister.
Apokesmnan for the Senate cot- beca mother once was a
stitu.onal rights subcommittee Two related to N
said counsel Lo. Hooker has ask- that he had: been
ed Wilson to reconsider the secur-A Navy board will hold the Internation
ity discharge of litU, Walter K hea In th 0Landy case in and that ber'd ar
Novak, of als, Mich. All but two New Yw'Sow, 10. fact to the Ariy.
of 14 charge. against him in- Landy Adtian Ungeri,
evolved his relatives. of Newark 'I said the 21- The IWO isa On the
year-old seaman wLi be on hand eralc's list of sapbver
The subeommitted and arm of to testity. tions, although a co
the Senate Judiciary Committee, ce-tly It no longer
was asked to look into the Novak Records of the Senate constitu-
case by Sen. Pat McNamara. onal rights sucoittee show It. operated a low-i
Novak a for r mn, re -prokra widah ha
The Michigan Democrat called entered the Aft wi a commra- yaidaecurlty c *
it a "shocking -miscarriage of jus- Slon at an electril pnglinecm., rme
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Sawahla or ma yti grand
S ry whteh meets Monday, wUli
S asked to return murder indict-
-ents against the pair who are
.' id in the Leflore County jaIl
S::'.Mlra m kidnaping' charges prose-
t" eut Officeials elai sen-
.ow s s v edt A'Ii.-bat jus-

SiUey. 34. the vIctm's. mother.


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A yoea Negr compalon said
111 als gave a "Wolf Whistle"
eUll to Mrs. Bryant.

PCK BuUl

Usts 89 Jobs'
A total of 89 positions are pres-
ently available in. t he Panama
service according to the list of va.
cancies contained in the transfer
vacancy bulletin issued this week
* Perauinntl Bureau.
. Se'enty-three of the positions
are for temporary employee who
will' be needed by the Locks Divi.
sion during the coming overhaul
of the Gatun Locks.
Ten are in the classified and re-
lated group ano the other six are
In the craft group.


Vacancies in the following types
of work are listed in the classified
-and related groups; admeasurer,
administrative assistant, c 1 e r k-
stenographer, clerk typist, elec.
trial engineer, mechanical engi-
near position classifier, procure.
ment officer it d supervisory
clerk.. .
Positions open hI the craft group
included: boermaker, machinist,
auto repair machinisi, locomotive
machinist, electronics mechanic,
motor boat maintenance mecha-
We, steam locomotive crane engi-
neers,. lock operator, powerhouse
r, towing locomotive oper-
a bo, p rig-
ger, r~ar, ad l eler.


(lT6%ibwtof deputies,.
inan a It rebuke of-thq oYv
5nmat% voted .to dbt
somethe ah lodof ive
days Preadent Carlo Ibaies'
demands for emergency powers
to cope with the walkout of es-
sential public workers.
A meMaure gWiantinfg Tbafle
the power to declare martial
law, was approved bY the sen-
ate last night and immediately
sent on to the lower house lot
action. -
It had been expected that de-
bate in the lower house would
be limited to three days as it
was in the senate. The vote In
the chamber was seen by political
observer as reflecting the dis-
pleasure of deputies over the re-
lentless tactics adopted by the
government since the walkouts
began 10 days ago.
The bin as approved by the
senate gives lbaflea the right to
suspend civil liberties, fire strik-
ers, order searches and selgures
without warrantL. .The extraor-
dinary powers would be limited
to a three month period. 1
Some 55,000 public service em-
ployes are on strike and another
20.000 are expected to walk out
before the end of the week In
sympathy. The cut labor feder-
a, on has threatened to call out
ta 1,000,000-odd members Mon,
day unlesa strike settlement Ia
reached by that time.
BALBOA TIDES


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averlobklag Italy and Us MdiAteM n. Aa, v
vistorsn to the various aeola. The statue e 23
aMd will rt on a I.t-oot-high base as 'coMparied to
of Liberty, .which Is 151 eet high and has a 154-ootf


Ex-POW's Wife Begs Army

To 'Forgive And Forget'
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DORSEY, Md., Sept. 3 (UP) -
Maj. .Ronald E. Alley's German-
born wife begged the Army today
to "forgive and forget" what her
husband and other captured U. S.
soldiers did in Cotmunit pridn
camps in Korea. .
She said the..Nay and Air
Forest werb following a forgiving
policy yet the Army was acting
"like Russia."
She called it "unjust" to punish
men for what they did when
"tortured by starvation" by the
Reds.
"My GedP. h said, "I get so
mad I oeu..b.'
Alley, 3Iis taIng tried by the
Army on eh rge of collaborating
with the. Com~Mlust and giving
them mliltery nrmation duringg
his 3 amopths in North Korean
prison' camps.
Mrs. Ena Alley a year older
than her husband, talked to a re-
porter in the lvi ng room of the
one-bedroom house she and Alley
have rented to be together dur-
ing his court-martial. The trial is
in recess until Tuesday.
While she talked her husband
washed dish. In the kitchen and
watched over their six-year old
daughter and fte-year-old son.
Mrs. Alley said she knew her
husband could sot have done any-
thing wrong intentionally while in
prison because he had too much
iutnet for ArAy regulations.
saTe d in incident during
tir courthip in Germany in
1 proved ia beyond a doubt
S was bright June. day in
lNuertone, Germany, Mrs. Alley
rtealled ad ar Wth birthday.
She had gone to visit Alley her
flanct at the Army oeeup.d
house where be and other milita
ry government officers were quar-
terg*.


TeGetamm cook in the house
m scdu a birthday ca#k
.d for Erna. The i.
r S, naturally, had co m4
W ts U.S. Army.


Governor Off
To US Monday
Governor J. & Seybold wIll1
leave Monday nlt by plane 6m
a dhrt bulumes op to Wto
teL
During his absence LL Gov.
e. Jr., Imi act as
a an wim p Af*t such duties.
S&We Presidnt, a ma C
t, as tothe
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Aley forbade his sweetheart to
take the cake. "It's against rgu-,
lations" he said, .-
"I was just so mad, I. walked
out," she related. "It almost broke
up our engagement. He realized.
what that cake meant to my fath-
er and brother who hadn't tasted
a piece of cake for more than five
That said Mrs. Alley, is when
she learned how important the
Army and its' rules were to the
man she loved. She married him
three months later.
Mrs. Alley said her 6 foot 3, 220.
pound husband dropped down to
less than 120 pounds during his
first year in prison under the
"starvation" diet of the Commu-
nists. -
"Starvation is the worst kind' of
torture," she said.


0A4.. SWtI 3 (UP) ." 'Olce
today arrested a French tramp for
questioning in connection with tG
slaying of pretty 29 year old
Entlsh schoolmistress Janet Mar-

,Miss Marshall's half nude body
was found beaten and strangled in
the bushes near here last Friday.
Police picked up ex-convict Rob-
ert Payen at 11:30 a.m. fishing in
the Somme River at Moutieres, a
suburb of this capital of ancient
Picardy, They had a warrant for
his arrest issued by the Amiens
Parquet early in the investigation.
Police in Limoges were a s o
questioning a second young
Frenchman they picked up last
night for questioning in connection
with the murder. The progret of
the investigation has seen splar.-
ed in sensational tall headlines a-
cross the front-pages of Europe.
A Britiah tourist has testified
that he saw Payen, an ex-conviet
tramp, fishing in the vicinity on
the day of the murder. Although
only 5 feet 10 inches tall he is
known as the "Colossus of the
Swamps."
Miss Marshall was on a eyellng
tour of France when she -Was
murdered.


Ike, Nixon To Meet

In Labor Day Parley
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DENVER, Sept. 3 (UP) -The In down-town Denver. The e.
summer White House announced datial couple* spent the a JI
today that President Eisenhower the hotel. .
will hold a Labor Day conference Th EiseAhowers 4
with Vice President Richard M a r-elsa s ,
Nixon here this weekend on naM uAuAgusta i -msuL
tional security matters. Ind -tyeral S ei t ai
The vice president will fly her eot- tff presidetie
Sunday with Dillon Anders -e a' O r o(tb* r
presidential assistant on ntaM A Augustaal
Keparty, and confer with ,M. A I ea a', of SwrW .3w
b..ower Monday preparatory tO pni by their wilvs. I5nlBds:
presiding over a National seucidr- -e man Goadea tie "Ameso
Council meeting in Washingtonf A 'n Aadl" radia
aursday, Charles Jones president of60 A .
field Oil Co.; W. Alto JOa2ea,
Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chair- pruidant of Citi ~yh
go of the Joint Chiefs of Stafflig Larmo p ruVt I4.-
w5' fly to Denver next Friday tn o am A nthe k V a S


I l to the President after
AWy council meeting.
I te House press secetary.i
AJtos C. Hargerty said the visits
dNIxln Anderson and .df
wl d deal entirely with defegsb ad
Xt1.- security matters. e *
t Monday conference has o
II action with Nixon's fortsetm-
Agtrip to the middle East,. -
..TM conferences were a
$ as the Pnrsident lau '
a -kaned of golfing anmvls g
wia delegation of welXM oaff
r who are fellow members ef
Usta Ga. Natisea ComI
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