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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00858
 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: AA00010883:00858
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'To 1 e p ords of It welllmown mnouthpiece of U. 8. public
opinilonls chapter of history was ended on Tuesday, August 28,
lge, wIS5 the U. 8. and Panama exchanged instruments ratify-
leg a aew treaty."
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the qutlon of whether the new chapter will herald tbedw n of
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tlbmt to the conglomerate of coa opUlitan groups and lIatert
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1nhe e* withdraw 411 U.S. fte
s lip laboI'r eote d 0s altrt Ep,u for a year. 8 reports as y rei n in -rtt for a complete
lbwew@it hW of t pea did file were lously false. A withdrawal f Chese for s it..
werii t I his. the while, U.S. sMWply offers were would leave South Kiea with
this, the Comm i ndetaed pon berything thee-toe advantage ovfr the
Station e lrse,e. Isen- up the NortkL epS d In-. lding soap an4 North Koreain. Such al age.
at t s al prvge. e ar Mt in .aste. And whenever the CoMr. meht if oaforeeable tod aler
Itt O'iCs 101eeUqgtoet'FSHat spy -lstaks i n the only possibility Waspl oh.
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Only Three Days to Wiachell: of Gotham's biggest restaurant Fo Them As (an't Read:.Dear Usi &s L tits
Rouna Pedsa, most recent eb- hains and operate with ame d. Pal Lee wires .4W A.m DrI.r
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day: .Jce oha .. Hear Thought you'd like to know that i wee S- a I
PtieW the ew ford t office space which U.S. taxpayer Ome I
Murraw "ee It Now" but I won't shell out for, iM bein use Qd ne t a 1nr
se it thena... or the a free by ne o the mot my riou
chawrme, wir ell be a= and werfdul lobbies in Wasingt I to W ( i
able for confirmations, weddi whilis bent on sabotaging the Dea'e" to Wh
and fainerals when she openat scheduled airlines of Ameries. The na
the Samoa. Has cobra and sl styled aviatoq experts who .Can" us .
travel, are its hatchet men operate from se in VFras3. I
--- private suite in a Coogres&fud Lu n ] o,
nuder the sponsorship o a ou la so .
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tat Klm ovk T loy seems to have a grvestoe does have the
Share secret les wbi wrhae awih mote for "I
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w-L.3f tusabled'apon a sue.
At every table West led the
1leklf diamonds, and South won.
DIselaMr led a club to the ace,
cashed the sae of spades to dis.
card. a diamond, took the king of
elubs, and led a low dub towards
At every table but one, West
stepped up with the-' queen of
hearts thus over-ruffing the dum
my. Weat then led another dia-
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my cash the jack of hearts and
lead the nine of haerts for a fi-
neso through East.
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trumps could be drawn, and South
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reome for refusing to ruff. He
just felt stubborn.
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Fa .s, ., to Insure that- today's honepmsooners wml not miss the boat ride which has been a
tratltiocal feature of a trip to the Fals since the 1w800's. The all-metal craft replace the two i
wooden-hulled ,a.ds which burned in 4 ydock 'at ApriL ___

THAT.8 UQINO THEIR HEADS-A "headllne'Udea mptio s.(fcu
in Wita, Kn. Seve lads, eomiaete with apprbprlate haircuts, ar
fetudtag the premier showingg of Allied Artt *flm. .

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To Put. gight Students In College =nrm nwm..
e reason why the "de I.u *h "
S- sel" craze ha swept the cown.- -asi? A Mn
r try s because there's a. woman a good
CIUCAGO, .e 7 (UP) A as that of its high school senior behind every family man with a after a da y'
mualtmie u r plan to fi populatior, to that of the nation. saw or paint brush, urging him on.
nance hbight y'wg students Winning students may choose Up to a certain point, families R htga.
through 'eol 3i announced their own college, private or pub- have a let to gin by joining the lMv up.3
here tod"..., lic and study whatever they wish. do-it-ouselfers. tl
It waa .iled the "largest in- They will be supported according But then's one side of the story next day t owa
depepdeAt t. scholarship pro. to need. from A $100 honorary at isn't often pointed out to wom- paint tim nitoBet --
gram in the i -tory of American award to ful tuition and costs, en, and that eis that when an un.- a home Jp jbaob.:
edeat0o-t." n All scholarships will carry an skilled homemaker turns handy- S e So ih wo "m b
extra "cost of education" grant, man he ought to sfekt o sale jobs. So. th..._-WaU ,,.s A
Details announced at a equai to tuition, which will be People who fiake collecting such you rseMer .mght use ft
.ne *w tdeilf ie by President made directly to the school. statistics their business latim that creblon abO the W.
;Jehn Mf. Sta r and bord chair- home handymen- are now getting of work 4l*Auesi B. 4'
man Laird ae the newly creat- Stalnaker said the corporation hurt at the rate of 600,000 a year. : .armu .nd -.
ed National Merit Scholarhip got its initial working funds of When after a hard day's work at What be al d. ltt
Cor., which will run the program. 20% million dollars through grants a desk papa it Urged by mama to ing Irritable Ow e
Funds supplied by business and from the Ford Foundation and the climb a higl ladder and fix a leak- a g the tk of a os .r.4-
Industry will be used in a "talent Carnegie Corp. of New York. ing roof he may become one of is fin. .
search" for superior high school The newly formed scholarship those 00,000., Anything beyond tht I't -
studentse and Jo provide them the corporation Will serve to finmel And when a white collar work- economy.
money they need to go on to col- similar grants from other Sources
eleg. 'to students, too. Industry donors
Stalnaker said the plan will be- will be permitted to support stu-
Kin operating this menth, when dents taking specific courses or
ie nation's 25,00 high schools attending certain colleges, if they
will bh invited te nominate the wish. I

top 5 per cent of their senior
classes for scholarships.
Nominee will take screening
tests Oct. 26. Then the highest
scorer in ekch state will take
scholastic aptitude tests at .about
300 centers across the nation next
Jan. 15.
A committee then will select the
winners, each state getting a num-
ber of winners In the same ratio

The first of t h ese additional
grants were announced t od a y.
ey wqre $800,000 from the Sears-
Roebuck Foundation, and $30,-
000 Time Inc.
Stalnaker said the organization
expects to award about 350 scho-
larships in its first y e ar, and
hopes to be assisting "1,000 to 5,-
000" students within five years.

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BARGAIN. Ideal for M snod ur.
1949 Buick Super 4-door seadb.
has dynpflow, motor In good
mechanical condition. To be sold
as is. For only $300. PhoDo Co-
lon 800, SMOOT HMNNI-
FOR SALE:-19S4 Opel Station
Wagon, in excellent ceditHen.
Just like now This car Ied to
sell. See it-Try it--oneluy it.
FOR SALE:-1950 Nash 4-dAr
sedan. This car priced to ral.
Good transportation. To be Mild
as is for only $399. SMOOT &
BARGAIN: 1953 Chevrolet
Deluxe Club Coupe. Paint in
good condition. Tir food, .-
line In good mechleuol cond-
tion. Onely T75. SMOOT
FOR SALE:-1951 Morcurv 4-
door Sedan. This car In perfect
eondlii. New tirole. xs eont
buy r. enlty too. 1MOOT
FOR SAI-1950 Pooehkrd 2-
der Sedan. Point 'his excelont
sheeoiel Maditlen. See this bar
SA., Coln. Dnly $475.

I FOR SALE:-1950 Pontieac Cat-
ism Sport ,Coae. Mow paint job.
Timsen o Mealn ee oad condi-
6 WMe. See third berlin eo SMOOT
*, ( 6,'.( HUNNICUTT. S.A, Colon.
appyj This cab s'lepu "upo .
FOR SALE:-1949 Packard 4-
Seer Sedan, paint now, tie and
AC engine O excellent, good tronspor-
ttlot. For only $400. SMOOT
3-13 & HINNICUTT, S.A., Colone.
Phoni .-
POOL 0b. 45 $ Ch.. r olt
few Sedn, in -ox
llMn eairo es, tilpe good,

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FOR SALE.-4191 Nudm. wvh


FOR SALE: -2 Rotten chell
with hassocks, coffee teblo;
baby treller; chrome dinett;
nilac.items. 6398-A. Los Rigs.
FOR SALE-We tilnghase em-
tometic washer, 2-cycle, excel-
leont gnditon. G Oi.- 471.
FOR SALE:- 9-ec. ft. C o
rofrigerotwer 60- cycle;
mahosgeay served sheMt. Qwry
Helihts 2207.
FOR SALE: Tropical dinin
room set, 5 piecoc; youth bed.
PhI.one 3-4461 after 3 p.m.
FOR SALE L-.S lcec 9-ceu ft.
Wedingmhousp rfrigrator, 50-
lb. freeing Colt, 25-cycle. Call
Rodman 3156.
FOR SALE :- One livi n rom'
set. dining table, bed and met-
tro5. Ancn.Pr O Hoe 116-,
Phone 4-655. -
FOR SALE--9-pieco mahogany
dining moem set $150; '6-piece
living room set $150; mahoeglMny
dresser $30; boy's bicycle 26-
i nch $25 COell 7l4166.
. FOR lALE: 6 choirs dining;
, o aerfd couch and matching
Mdir, fleor lamps, ddsidboeerd.
kitchen table. bicycle. COl 2-
6307, Ancen.

OX 2031, ANCON. C.Z.
LAWN mwers shrpaed, re-
paired; hand nd ll circular
sauw ground, set. .Proiwion mo-
chined. 18-126 Call hitudlan-
to. Phone 2-4560.
FOR SALE -Thoroughbed Geir
men ,6lice pup'. 43rd Street
No. 2, oppoisIf elleM.Vista The-

BUSINESS gentle an hm Eu-
rope requires 2 furnished. rooms
in Panama in modern building
wlthl Eorpos or Amed mn fao-
ily. Write, ot" teormai'to Mr.
H. D. Jurnen c/o of Chose
ManuIa asnk, Coloen.

Boats & Mtor
FOR SALE:-'"Ploy ." It x6
feet, Elgin meter 2-p. with
trailer. $900 with oa .
Phone 3-2873.
FOR SALE: Mehobgny hoo
end trailer $140 or baet offer.
Soeib 2-337.


Help Wanted ,* *
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ad. L. Jackni.151t-ACel|eskh We at 5 17.
r Pheione 2-4226 beloee. Phone 3-2B.

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ATTENTIN &. I.' 1T' 3 ft OR SALE1 ditheru in.
modern frmn2ished agsteseilsf 1 adsttlepe im makw g o.
2 badeam. behre sold w ae t r, assets mfn. #i Mt. .
Phone Penam 3-4941. Coroel oek-Ja.d toi %
FOR 1LNT1 MAd'*s spot.- LRIA" n Sowet Me. 523w
monfe., farlied or wltureishd. 12-42. Pensm. Phas 2-2.46.
MelOd service e nd air moilon- Oo Mt 7 p.m.
ing boflnoblW. AeieRe- A-
partmefls.l 10th Sheet, Phoa
3336. Ce RESORCa
FOR RENT.-Ufutnmishod n"-
bedr modem oenspaamst go-" Shopuel's flehohed hoes
Me. Isa Vi alra slsa;l 0 ZL&Pens C. s T._. L..L_|

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FOR RENT._- F.ralhed spe 1pl b 1772 ls h uI ca Ml.
mine, "dA.. w/ gdMyaiad Rym. Psa 1-2134
mont Army Amerin I 'l.OS.TER%, s R COTTAMI. Ono k- 2 .-do .na
frequent tronsrtatles, $50. Low aI aa ,. Dont-
Phone 1-047t1. Be ISf, A Word"r 7T T Dea't
FOR RENT: C lt fur- ...., 'or ... det'y,.o w f or om
_-_. -sit e k y
In .s.o2y on-,, lrs-megII.I.J er, ,, lea'
room, 2 Ibedrom s, beti.i ri1 1 Jl .. s nfr Fat' o.n -
hot welr. ,Iel --M-- rd. r.6 m I"n mn7 qla._bs wi e'Th'ln d o
ant ntronee ,semnl. neo ,oldwin's faished ,. otent ,m Diwa YMJ. CeL Ca a 2e .-
NaHtal Pamo. acll ff I- n- sat Clw Mo". TClepLone 442.9 a aMM 3.l60. Hw-
fermsotln 3-5536 Pensio. Proback. Beviea 1224.nap 9W
FOR RENT:'-- APMta-ot ---i - .
w- dining re som, 2eris. PN L ne
St 11 r ." v..n- P.anama Line Sailings

FOR RENT- Fruk.Od 6 -60 .
snevo, two"igdaratj l" ... .--] o -lam--Arey, -.. 'nf'matiou of
Iengmo. S--e, - a Northbouand I ficer of theasnu Canal Com-
lls Vie. 4dm S amrWes44 o N I l. ny, and -itoal0y. Olo sail-
Fifty piasengersa e booked to Il onoe m r It a'R Howard
_Al -L i.,, sail for New York on the Pana- E. Munro, leslative repr,easnta-
G6 Whi ma liner. Ancon on its return tive f6r the Cental Labor Tin-
Also Pro MIke the advance passener list. ..The complete advance nsn-
|,,l- "t.ater than Its usual schedule on r. and Mr. Ltobert A 4Alln
IU nIts no rthbound trip because e aand sugNhter Mr. Mr .
WMRumINll e n el a late arrival from New York. Wllam A4en and three c l-
WA-HMOTOW, Sept. 7 (Up) Many of the pmenPge& il- dren; Miss Ulluabeth Ann Alie
-Republican National Chair- WgEon the, c. ar college |Mr. and Mrs. William Arey, Jr.,
iPman Lerd W., Hall So students who.h ai sennt-tleend 2,tden;a Mr.'-andMrf. A"
Vice President Richard M. Nixon summer vacation on th- dolfo Arias; Samuel C. Beckley
today In predict that Preo- mus and are returning to r_,a- Dr. and Mrs. George M. Bland.
nI. eo I,. e"t . seek re- ter school. No pasnger a /and 2 c idren: !r and r r
election next year, bookedfoH M'Mark Z B rad J. r.a V
Hall told OP ci irme 'e c advance pu"- c r. S Sherman
Haa ldG ado. empsan -is o ._ _C. Broo- ad childn; and
I reM i a l wc mi gnd _. ." ,I
the cipaign Cd doIng every-W. C12066 and 2
iT cajn Jhter nd Mr. UI rs. JobsTDtloA
Pre sc ;ti uIC wl aW V^i le .and 4 f1dren- Mr.JnAdsdA.

- Prime Nnster An t
Jaunatiy doffed. ."hem
, d on a flin hel
off with a cheery
9 jet jelta wing bom
SXden had one final word
le fbr the pilot before
eWf in the Vulcan bombe
m't roll it," he said.
i Vulcan, which looks lik
I triangle, amazed expert
Lttimal Air Show Monday
Ig a full roll over the fi
Ieuuver previously regard
iMseible for such a big pla

RA wing command Roland
N obeyed the prime minister
;:did no tricks in a 20-minute
p from hert to blackbushe.
IdedsCibed the flight as be-
S"a.smooth.as the magic car-

At Blackbushe Eden, the first
Minister to go aloft in a jet,
ke~d Falk "for a most enjoy-
Journey," put his homburg on
PEadel and stepped into a wait-
r helcopter for a fliht to Che-
Wfs, his country residence.
was Invited to go up In
*Wnmile-an-hour .bomber by
:-.'oy Dobson, managing di-
y o-f A.V. Roe and Co. Ltd.,
premakes the Vulcan.
emaa reat-surprise to me
.: to accepted," Dobson said.
iKt me, 'I would love to fly
Pmw*-bomber, but please, I don't

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FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
t. 7 Mentorse 4-dooe Sedan, radio,
W white gidew4l. oesolint ondi.
S: tie. Be N ofler. YMCA., Sl-
w' beeo, Mr. Cledoleo.
FOR SALEl--1955 C h r y le o r
Windsor Dixeo Sedan. Power-
-of flight troiilssion and radio.
he $2800. Qrs. 316-A. Phone I6-
r. 7102 or 7115 Albreok.
FOR SALE:-1952 Ford. exceal-
ke lat condition, $500 cash or
4 at $650 terms. Phone 3-3699.

KINE WORDS-Costumed as
a cow, a woman member of the
Ceylon Humanitarian Society
S. Colombo sings a song after
making a speech denouncing
cattle-killing. It was the organ-
Isation't annual "Pity the Cow"

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the a utn v ena. ward, who snagged the rebound
Losey's thrill 68-66 verdict which set up the winning shat,
last night fol owed Kobbe's Was second to Besdin in scorug
op being. 63-62 tin ler Monday with 16 points.
night j evened te aeriep at .osey scored first on a tip-in
on g .aplee. he Eagles' au as in Monday's tiff, led m8at
sterling triumph means the of theway. The score was even
best-of-five series will run at at 2, 6, 9, 11, 20 and 22 before
least through Thursday. the Eagles edged Into a 32-20
half-time lead.
The fifth game, if necessary, Kobbe hopped into the for#
is on the agenda for Friday. with four minutes elapsed I1
Last night's fray was dead- the second half when Fuc
locked at 66-66 with two seconds hooked one In from the foul
to play and Losey in possession lane. The lead changed hands
on an out-of-bounds play at four times before Helmer Ring-
mid-court. Ace Mel B e s din strom put Losey ahead with two
threw the ball in to guard John- straight fielders at 48-45.
ny Durso, who fired the ball Bill McKaig's fielder cut the
right back to Besdin. margin to 48-47 but the Eagles
Besdin, recovering from a be- moved into five-point leads at
low-par Monday showing, let fly 58-53 and 62-57 before ClaritlO
with a two-hander that con.- and McCallen combined to give
nected as the buzzer sounded to Kobbe a 65-64 advantage with
end the game. 2:45 remaining.
Kobbe held a 68-64 lead with Ringstrom drew his fifth per.
1:15 left when Besdin hit from Npal with 1:30.to play and Mc-
the field to set the stage for his kalg made one of the free
amazing, game-winning heave. throws fo ra 66-64 lead. Besdin
The Eagle guard, took game deadlocked the count and Kob-
honors with 24 points, 16 of be took. up most of the last min-
which came in the first half. ate maneuvering fo ra shot.
Joe Clarizio, Howie McCallen, McKaIg attempted one with
and Don Fuchs provided the big about 10 seconds remaining and
scoring punch for the losers. Wille Hatchett grabbed the re-
ClarizIo bagged nine field goals bound, but his try also failed.
for 18 points, 16 coming In the Clark gained the rebound this
second half. McCallen, high scor- time and then called time but
er With 27. in the opener, was w*th two seconds left to map
double-teamed but still came up out the winning play.

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Potip mp collection

empnu w* rqjrw WmW ar '
conference with the Preldent In
Denver Modaiy tJlah tihae.people
cloapt to resldist lsq~hotrer
are '~nore ,ptimistic that he will
run again." '
The chief executive has offer-
ed no hint ot his future politi-
cal plans. Hehas said repeated-
ly be will not announce his plans
lo' the 1958 presidential cam-
palgn until early next year.
The GOP state chairmen are
here for a refresher course in
practical politics. The school
will be climaxed by a two-hour
political talk with President Eis-
enhower In Denver Saturday.
Today's sejonm was taken up
mostly with rigihtration and
with an evmglg reOeption in
honor of a15l. It was sponsored
by the Mwaet .and" Rocky
Mountain OP. State Chalrten.'s
Most of t*e eirly arrivals en-
dorsed the Hal-andl Nixon states
ments that President Elsenho6w-
er will run again next year.
Thew deelinad to discusM the
presidential campaign om any
other basis.
Hall said the school will deal
generallyy w campaign tech-
nques and Mcal organization
and nota abeh with issues and,
candidates. e said the course
grew out of tli President's eqn.
fiction that the more persons
who take p la poliesl th
better it is f the country.

MJein HRAl;W(* Nelet
' ftefad; Mr. and Mrs.Clint
M. Holcomb and son; and Pt-
rick Butchings;
Maurice 8. Kelleher; Miss Ver-
na E. Kelly; Mr. and Mrs. 0. M.
Lougherry; ary P. Lowande;
Mr. and Mr4. Ieon Ludden; Leo
A. McIntire- William M,. Mur-
phey;-'Mrs. 'ie C. Norris; Miss
Marion Olander; Jacob Plicet,
Jr.; and Rev. James G. Prior;
Francis E. Reardon; Harry M.
Savage; W _W, Suddaby;
Georgo A. A. ; Mr. =4 s4
Rob Mr. rn Mrs4
Howard-3. Turner and daugh-
ter; Mt. and Mrs. R4bert Van-
Wagner; Leo A. Walsh; and Mrs.
Alice R Waxman.

-Toe P ma liner Cristobal
will sall orrow rom -elw
York with a full passenger OtA
but 38 of the 191 ssene re
to disembark t.t lt. a rdng
to the adi ce pasger ~t.
Mw ta of sto 153 i
New To&i n ane n as
the* On"lrot vg*

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aJ R Mfghtfuuy beautiful, Iemarkably
Sappealing, dignified bIm.
SAn: self Heights, case Aus.
Im: -3 bdrem S ofai% vwlTg ream, ialtg

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Mrs"n h efsis arre t Farl
I4 ema ko viet map d lg e Bhli
lrew ad Meerf tle baths, se.

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o: $59,000.00, ten ta ble.
for appbiqomt to -Opeea, m1 ner-WatlEe.


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mm. Raicno. X. eavurem ; 'A
Mr. and Mt. Thois r. Ilb-
son and daughter; Mrs. Idithe
Glaser and 2 children; Mr. And
Mrs. Morris I4 Harris; Mr. anad
Mri. Robert 8. Herr and daugh-
ter, Mr. Miriam Hill; Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Hopkins and 2
children: and Mr. and 'Ire. Ar-
nold 8. Hudgins and son;
Mr. and Mrs. William E. KIrk-
land and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Martin G. Klonts and step-
Mon; Anthony J. Kuclkas; jMr.
"and Mrs. Walter 0. McBrlde and
S children; Mr. and Mrs. Wu-
ham &cee; Mr. and Mrs. Owen
A. McMahon; Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward W. Ma censle and 2 chil-
|dieda Mr. andMrs. George Mar-
tin and 5,ehlldren; Mr. 'ad Mrs.
*Eidward$ max; Mr. anh Mrs. Wil-
liam J. lUand 2 children;
Mr. and Mrp. Award R. Munro
andt M. .',hd'Ms. Anthony R.
. )Mis Ai P'iadlno;o Rafael
Peone; Mr. ; is. Louis J.Po-
lettt ghters; Mr. and
M O. Reynolds aml 2
tild n d Mrs. Roy ".
J .Mi-rs, JohA E.3
Mr. andr.
2 children-
Spencer d
3. ; j MBth P. 4ut-
ton r. en1e 1. Taylor nd
n; Mr. and wesley .
w9 ad aSlid childrenw Red
out Mr, a & Mra. Nelso
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to-1year-old lb didn't ltke
itbon. hs a tirlad broke off
ith him afler the.two had a
i ment.
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letter- suad aast t to
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1951 OldsmblMe
"88" Holiday Coup*
Full Price $1,00.00
Down $ 350.00

1949 FrdSedan
Ful- Price $425.00
Down $142.00

1951 Ford SoEd
Full Price $700.00
Down $235.00

Ful Price $1,075.00
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and Dd9L' Winnig a supporting
role Oscar epa bad many a
filmc lt trere was no
"threu e -eyou're out" call on
Walter. R ene. He won. three of
'em Mf .40) and he's still in
the AQUW = character star line-
p.becaw says,
" .es c agt s.9ar gto your
had aai, .gtW' dmadlg big
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ad a lot vof other e tounc-
n' in and out," 8'ays D "That's
what makes ar go picture-and
keeps an actor -gt. Look at
John Wayne. He goes on forever
because he does try to grab ev-
ery scene." .
Dale's still dating ary Mur-
phy but wedding dells can't ring
gin, for hiz until May of 1956.
at's whei t divorce is final.

a amMACAW.-.
a s ihA G A WIR WAS tiere during
Actng Is Brennan's success se- ef udin' o another comedy
cret but, he gtf i aver team,, ., AbiMi and 0u Cos .
let them cAtchgme at it." tell, doesn't thitk the strL..ined
Itro'se i bless oldodpr r ions bet Jerry Lewis and
role at Uni east e I, eau artin UwM Show J. fg..
William Wellan-a "Good-bye, My TVstl as and' movies.
Lady r ata Prod. Wichi Hillary rook was Bud and
easy as usuSl because Brenuh aLou's leading lady when they
lost all his teeth in the early '30s. filmed "frica Speaks."
"All I have to do," he grins, "is "
conle into the studio, hang p myI "It was during their big feud.,"
hat pad take out the "hloa she rem n ember s, "and they
Clippers. I weren't .even speaking. Even b ua.
A MASTER 3TOR TELLER, aesa problems were transmitted
k T E thronurh r1mtpers. But when
Brennan.holds the record for the th e n trout of the cameras
shortest Aademy award accept- there was no indication at all of
nce seeues. e ad 'Tha -their bitter fings. They fell
you" is Is 057 it was right into their routiles and traded
"Thank you very much." And inl-oigue as if nothing bad hap-
1940 he boWled 'em over with:, ened."
Thank you very, very much." Bll ca Dea. and Jerry de It??
de hAas't decided what he' say .t's a bg show business question
"Mif he wins another O l utscar. mark due to be answered in mid-
"Maybe," e idm.., ,'IllJust September when they return to
take my teeth SO g m. TV and movie making.
Costardom on Broadway for a'
couple of movie' stars cqld mean
an atm-breaking bee over scone-.
Steali ad ,ego-flattening. But
not w en the stars .are married
nd htsve" miles, Joanne Dru
jusiets. Dru
She's teemed up before for films
and stock plays with hubby John
Ireland ead "It works oat fine. j
We just w same f l"" w do
for our rwss p.",

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o. ot-e %of e," s added.
Maybe it's t o tl6od ThiTer
Broadway plays "Deaall." in
which LO plays a suspected
' murderer. And oan Iss "sort of
a Bevrly Tlf Lady Macbeth."
"You' cal't et tired w sone-
thing yea d get enM f"
Dale Rortaa talking on the
"Day f Fury" set about movie
stardqt and the reason why he
doesn't wait to, be a "0-mminute
actor." The hambenes, claims
Dale wreck their careers early
by psidng only scripts in which
they are in every scene.

(CinuUIed rm Pang )
ing Mike Durso back to the podium
Took him more than a year to re-
cover from his accident.
A Bit of That, Nothing of Thir
Howard Hughte pbigJune Gui
a New ork rtr... .Dori (SoE
to Mainy a loUMAha) Lilly 1h1W
international pU ygal s Ipme
bouse guest of po Dadw
pol (ap4I.e.
reason why A beats
to pimp layL Asdn I Roeri Mai,
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By $1,700,000,000 Urged
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RASIIRTONI Sept f (UP) Treaurny new expects to 4 .
ade amiplatirtau ha proposed b- pTt Ine the ren
I new 1,,7WO0,0 cutt in defense' dif the eme fiscal year
napending a rive to balance the eedag m~xt JW el.
r a l budget. by next summer, He aid they. by cutting expenr
oftial sources said today. ditures an extra' 3 per cent, or
. These curems said the Air taking i an equivalent increase
Force, which would have to ab- revenue, the budget' "can and
sorb about 50 Imillion dollars of should" be. balanced.
the cutback, has protested it The Senate Republican policy,
would mean a reduction in pro- Committee, in a memorandum
curempot of new planes. issued today, said Hump hreyi
The economy move also would "with the backing of Preipat EZ-.
require the Army to reduce its senhower hid- bpelnd "a govern
strength to 1,027,000 men by Jan- men.--wde campaign to hold down
uary instead of next July as ori- on spending with the objective of
gindal- planned. balancing budget es fiscal
A further reduction in military year."
Ispeding almost certainly would l-
draw sharp protests from some Themove-is..expted to be tied
cogressional- Democrats, w h o lIn with an midvidual IMcome tax
have accused 'the administration cut h& the 1956 presidential elec-
of. putting economy ahead of se- tion year.
urtity, jtAoordig to Pea.gon oiwcdals,
S the new plan s for holding mau
Air Secretary Donald A. Quar- itary spending during 'thie fiscal
les and some of his aides were re. ivear' to 34 k n= dollars or about
ported to have made a secret $1,700,000,00o lest than koagress
week-eI d trip to, Defense 4Secrets- authorized. This hi itself would
ry Charles E. Wilson's vacation wipe out the. expected deficit.
hideaway to voile objections to
the cut. Sen. Stuart Sylmlngton (-MIo.),
Wilson was said to have ssour-, former Air Force secretary,' and
ed Ar Force leaders he would not some other Democrata vigprouly
agree to any cut that interfered opposed proposed reduction in
with plans to provide 137 wings the armed forces last sessui oh
by mad-1957. grounds the world situatia a ,dt
Defense officials are expected tolwarrant it., '.
go to Denver later this week to Their efforts were largely insue-,
confei with President Eisenhower cessful although Coggress did pro-
about the proposal, which appar- vide 46 mJln' dollar ioer.r for
ently originated in the W h it e the Marine Corps than President
House. Eisenhower requested. Wilson has
Treasury Secretary George M. Indicated the money will not be
Humphrey said last moetth e spent, however.

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song zoom in sales popularity.
e moment. 'yellow roses are
s b ellr ("Yellow Rose of
S Also there's an upswing
sales ("The Bible Tells
So"). And rameoats ("The
in the Raincoat"). And ban.
a("T he Banjo's Back in Town").
SWht we need is a good, rousing
mg about yachts.
In common with most record
Span A & R men-directors
artists and repertoire-RCA's C .,
I Carmrt has-to keep abreast him
'4 trmds. But in uncommon with set th
-amny of them, Carlton is often of his
thinking a year ahead. He's in the with t
"dst o6 sauch a long range trend pear e
recasts' now. a raft
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year from now some of the topi DI
cords will be jazz." Love"
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al by-preduact of the rytbm ad Amhe
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i s (aM evae rock -and roll Dot);
maustc i selling surprisigly Myles
lSalthingb mee t disc Joelie There'
'eled Oe playing the e. Naught
HMis. Moruer
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i ad wiu wane. And the next Roman
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blues-the lack iof preparation original
imnm t tU l heart. Also h
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tic oo Je." they're
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M ean'e 3 He ays phony
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K'S PICKS: "Learning to
should be a big hit. Two
versionss are those by Dore
Gray (Mercury) and Jean
g (Essex). Others: "Hawk-
(Chuck Miller, Mereury);
Do You See In Her?" (e4l
rn, Dec c a); "Godnigh,t
Dreams'" (faki 1e Sm1ih,
"Phenix City BiUs" (Meg
u8 0t): "1 Wanna Be
ty Papa" (Marah Vau"hin,
y); "Dreamy ,Melody"
Bariumoe, W-iel; "A Fine
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wm a- MeRie. Decck).'
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.Colubmia'. "The Greatest
ts hI Sports" Is a collect
just. that, as they were
ly broadcast. Columbia
has "Howls, Boners and
rs From Art Unkletter's
Party Kid Interviews." and
pretty owlish, bonerish
ocking, at that.
interesting symphonic re-
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Philadelphia Orchestral
bia); Richard Strauss'
ola Domestics, Op. 53, re-
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way evening of a dance staring Balboa High School and of the C It PanAma to atte an=apar.
30 a4 lasting until half after nal Zone Junior College with the tielpain t e.s p r- &D
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eotowy Walt oH4, opUening of the ma- Thif or they nona hav- Jrer-nnnon er -Io
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tt. Le'C CAso. The table was beautiful with a hurst of New Jerwsey ad her a I th Asbt tor
.Th groom is stationed with the center piece of white call lille. saree chadren civil rights and spend less us
*alte4 Statts Army Caribbean for in a crystalsbowl and white tapers "whidaky, furs,. cosmetics, car.
hia two *ars of Aray service. tl silvw Candelabra. Mr.PhlE* Mr. Ap Wh. Fads sad ltems of e
AccomWlnty ib u Glwa to Pa- Steers presided at the 'lver-co f -U
sama i*ae her parents, Mr. and fee service. M Jrs aust F: rams n r
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Walker, aratts of the groom, TadBroiNkaoneSiyild her
their seggy a nd s on dtare'C. ha al Snyder, R. l Cit l de n thrd' fstorrh chld, a
Richard, fArom's grvand- sle 'W. Beeab, M. Dayton, third d 114% Fel Ae .
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centil6f 12:2 y the Royal Sqlt
'bert Jon ~rj., t Rtodnman. iame wre Monday at i* I^ tr **t.^IA <^, ^
Born on the rsthmus, the bride voal Guest use were first Mi ss We. "rs th rid
is the daughter of a former Zo- f. Put0am with Col. C. W. oun; Dauy 1"Weill around the world
sian Mrs. I iaka Dugas, and the second, Mrs. Amanda Little with voyager,t wl e prtd i .
let. Mr. DugasMrs Dugaswho Miss IL Outer, tied for third and lecture at the USOJWB. Armed jSSS
Sto tirtus to a fourth. J. Caaa and wife Forcea Service CBenter, at 8:00 p.
*ereinon omakas her homue with -r. en Woolf and Mrs. m. .
mDUIn DoS ille. La. an h n itCol and
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Riwlteihvar rn 000ml in hia mtened trip a-
Given In arria e by her broth- SerS rn t wd.
t, Mr. Ralph J. Augas, the bride The first, In, a b evelnis 1 a
walove in a dres of white of "Ip etie ag" w i Asof Aug. 1 1 whlh
late fa aied wta net ok ebe held toert W~tedr At 7:30 thee he w*Ia la St. ". as,- Vs
and trimmed -aeed earis. p.m. :at the USO-JWB A med 73 Ishads Ib ated Ve 'Oy
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hines*. resldeats to choose .only
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adonenan eltizenship.
Barabap said he would like to
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anditechnical aid from the United
States and that it time permits
his cabinet would make the long-
awaited diclision on a foreign in-
vestment law for Indonesia.
"Indonesia needs foreign capi-
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Wynn Aims For 200th

Major League Victory

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NEW YORK, Sept. 7 (UP)-Early Wynn tries
S for the 200 victory of his career tonight when the
*$Cleveland Indians begin their final dash to the
,..American League wire against their favorite "pat-
"n rt

The Indians, clinging to a
half-game advantage over the
'Vew York Yankees and still
within easy range of both the
'Chicago White Sox and fourth-
place Boston Red Sox, will be
'Seeking their 18th triumph in 21
ames with the eighth-place
altimore Orioles. Wynn him-
S"'elf has beaten the Orioles three
times this year shutting them
'-"ut twice and showing only two
'aus in the third game.
S The 5-year-old right-hander
started the campaign with 184
victories and has compiled a 15-
record although sidelined for
the first three weeks with pneu-
monla. Teammate Bob Feier is
he only active player with 200
vltore.-2- 8 compared to 158
_he game sarts a Ube-me
&Me swing for the Inan's
who have won six of their last
:' 'eight.jmin all they have
, im e lay--fewer tan
S 0the- therhr ree contenders.
S The Yankeeo d White Sex
hav 18 each ad the Red lox
nhav 1.

for his 17th win. The Red Box
hold a 12-8 edge over the Ti-
gers for the campaign.
Whitey Ford, also gunning for
his 17th triumph, was manager
Casey Stengel's choice to start
on the mound against the Kan-
sas City Athletics while Jack
Harshman will start for the
White Sox against the Washing-
ton Senators tonight. The Yan-
kees hold a 13-7 edge over the
Athletirs for the year while the
White Sox are 16-4 with the
Both the Yankees and White
Sox were hoping yesterday's
respite from the almost un-
bearable presurp of the mad
chaes would help enap them
out of mild slumps. The Yan-
kees have won only five of
their last 11 games while the
White oax have, lost four of
their last five.
From a bettingr standpoint, the
Yankees are still slight favorites
with even two rival managers-
Marty Marlout of the White Scx
and Mike Higgins of the Red
Sox-conceding them the best
chance. Al Lopes of the Indians

Next to the Indians, the Red still Insts It'll be a second
eox have been the hottest of the straight fla for the defending
- ontenders this onth with five A. L. champions and Casey Sten-
,IOtor/is In seven games. Al- gel of the Yankees Isn't making
though three games behind the any predictions these days.
;ndlan, then have the advan-
'tape of l i -of their 19 Over in the National League,:
tames.at haoe where they've the inevitable Brooklyn Dodger
played .677-ball for the cam- victory Is only a matter of hours
palgn. ti addition, they have away. The Brooklyn sluggers can
bin ga=aes left with the clinch at least a te for the flag
a by beating the Milwaukee Braves
tonight andten their next vic-
Prank Sullivan wl be on the tory weld ed it all. The Dedgr-
Meound for the a etd a against ar. Inemtilly, cllnched in
the Detroit T rs today and the Milwaukee when they won thir
big right-handr will be going last pennant in 1053.
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Houston and New Orleans
i: lamgs Ivmey TeirDays for

New York Philadelphia Baltimore
(GAlf VesNeal at VRACBZ and TA.MCO
(MBCICO) vNry -sx weeks)


Monthly salHngs from BALBOA to CENTRAL
MonthIy&ilin" from BALBOA
Wilford & McKay, Inc.
Mamale BuNdlUl Ortebal,. C X.



Great White Fleet
mew Oriesas Sertc.


* 7Maer .....................................Sept. 10
Stl .....q............................ .ept.t I
..................... ept. 25
*.. S U .. ..3..........................,..Oct. *2

*S. MORAlAN" ..................................Oct.
-IBEo. Aw .................................. ..Oe
- :Motm Rilm erated Chimed ana Geai r..age

ewe Yirk Service


ILS. "MWAPAN" ................. ........... Sept 6
., "I--BR" ................................sept. It
IL.8. MATAGUA" ...........................Sept. le
AM. .. ..oo.............................sept 2
A a .. .....................................epAt.
.I.. 4'. .................. .... ..........Oct 3
.. ................... ..............Oet. i
.......... .........OL 17,
S--ee u..... aMP'4P -No*

The HI Parad
ohs"ed e 6o 6 of4i"al atl~tt)
PIsxsr, Club g ab I .P eL
Ashburn, P. 125 475 80 1M..383
S'neUa, B. 109 408 79 1,5 .331
lus'skl, C. 140 559 101 177 .17
Snider, B. 133 491 118 144 .314
Furillo, B. 125 470 75 147 .313

Kalne, Det. 138 529 113 184. 348
SI'pson, K.C. 97 328 33.104 .317
Power, K.C. I29 533 '1 167. .313
Smith, C. 137 546 108 17% .311
Kumen, Det. 128 548 92 168 .307
Mantle N.Y. 136 4865114 149 .307
Philley, Bal. 104 30. 51 10' .307
Kluszewskl, Redlegs .... 44
Mays. Giants ....;...... 42 .
Snider. Dodgers k...... 42
Banks, Cubs ........., 40
Mantle, Yankees ........ 37
Snider, Dodgei ....... 129
Ennist PhUlies ......... 114
Jensen.Red Sex ,..... 1086
Boone ig ........, 10
Kluasewski, Redlegs ... 104
Campanella, Dodgers .. 104
Snider, Dodgers ....... 118'
Mantle Yankees .... 11.A
Kaline, Tigers ........Its.. 11
Smith, Indians ......... 108
Mays, Giants .......... 107
Kluszewski, Redlegs ... 177..
Kaline, Tigers ........ 184
Bell, Redlegs .......... 172'
Post, Redlegs .......... 171
Smith,, Indfans ........ 170

(Based on U1 Deelons)
W Pet.
e wcombe, Dodgers 20 4 AB
Byrne, Yankees .... 14 4 .778
Lte, Giants ..... 9 3 .750
S.rd, Yknkees ..... 16 '.6 .77
U ie, Dodgers ... 12 5 .706

Valdes, .rit

l or No Nflo
to wear

An A y meeting of the
ritih g Board of- ontrol
explained to Valdes and his
manager Bobby Oleason that
the rues prevented the wearing
of white runs in British box-
in% rings, but agreed to allow
Vades to wear trunks of a dark
color with two inch white
stripes o each side.
ValdesIs expected to wear
trunks of Cuban blue as in the
Cuban flag "and In this way I
hope he wrl be reasonable about
this compromise," Alexander El-
llott, vice-chairman of the board
exclaimed to the meeting.
Gleason thanked the board
for their hearing of Valdes pro-
test. "They have been very fair
to us." he said.
Asked whether Valdes would
asroe to the board's suggestion,
Gleason said: "He will have to
agree. He will be there. Don't
worry, You will see one of the
finest heavyweight fights."
Oleason said that his fighter
is already down to 203 pounds,
but beit fightlmg weight was
207 .pad. RHe will resume his
workouts on Thursday, When It
is hoped that he will have the
asiance of some American
sparrinW partners.

.inm y j
on the I
i a *efm.

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Finals Int Playofs

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Eleven Rec s.

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wn ,ew ,a[I Zone ._ .t W.Wb. eki an
'ford "a ", .o r "

Junior OYmpic wilmtmlI n-g
Champ pes at the Gamboa
Pool on Monday. '* George-:31
Conducted by the Physical Ed- 3. George ughter
ucation and .Recreatifn Branch 4. Jerry Orawford
of the Division of Schools under M. Bret.
the sanction-tt the Metropolltall Tom Du 5--U- rew
Association of the A.A.U., this C. Reeord)k -
meet ws ran as part of the Ju 2. Thoma ZB n.47.0 R
lor owlymplProram of thiem- A u -
ateur Athletic Union of the .
United States. The sanction fee 1. James Ry ld-8.0
was contributed by the Student 2. G a .la hter-:41.4
Associations of the Balboa Jun- S .on"
lor HIh School, Balboa High 4." Je Hurst
School, dristobal Junior-Senior "' r'-a "Botterf
High School, and the Gatun Ci- I."f, 'fe -a :42.6 (New
vie Council. C.Z. Record)
Times established by the L Thomas bdon- 50.9
swimmers in the Canal Zone 3. Jerry Crawford
meet will be forwarded to the 4" yd. edley Relay
United states where they will be~ eor Cotton. 'eorge
compared with times set il Slaughter erry Crawford, Tom
meets there. The fastest ndivid- JDuwan- r:20.3 (New C. r e-
ual in ekch event will be desig- ora
nated as A.A.U. Tunior Olympe -M, yd. Free Style Rlay
SChampionfor cnd will be V Je Hurst, James Reyn-
presonted with a certificate and olds, Arhau rbe--,Af
emblem bY the A.A.U. Reyod :303 rger Alfred

Result eof. Canal Zone AA.U.
Junior Olympie Championships
Boys-10 years and Under
S25 yd.Fee Style
1. Terry Slaughter-: 15.3
2. Tommy Gangle :16.2
3. Garth Feeney
4.. Gregory Hakanson
-Iyd Breast
1. Terry Slaughter-: 22.7
2. Eugeo Linfots-:23.8
3. Jame Jackaqo
4. Gregory Rakanson
1. Jack ;21.-
2. Henry Shkr.:21J.
3. Tommy .A *oz1on
4. Jerry Fiedman

living 1 Meter
1. Terry Slaughter-84.80
* 2. Eugene Linfors-78.45
3, Jerry Friedman-69.50
S 7 yd. Free Style Relay
1. Tom Gangle, Terry Slaugh-
ter, Garth Feeney, Martin
Holmes-2:23.6 (New C.L Rec-
Keith Nessle, Albert Mellon,
ReSta Deearm, Tom Anderson.
aGrl-ls Years aid -Under
5. yd. Pree Style
1. Charlene Graves-: 15.5
2. Relen George-: 15.7
3. Jean HElvosa
4. Jeanne Walker
25 y4. Breast
1. Chartene Graves--:22.5
3. Patal
4. Nancy Morency
1. melon George-:19.9 Ties
I t lves-:32.2
3. raicrmrknft


Pat Daly,
n George
, Nancy

Girls-11 and 12 Years
S yd. Free Style
1. Mari Frances Tucker-:31.6
(New C.Z. Record)
2. Danlelle Harned-:33.0
3. Pam Wbbb
4. Virginia Wirons
M yd. Breast
1. M Sl needs Tucter-:48.3
(New .'E RmLd) ,I-
2. Joyce e' ug-:s56.8
4.m1on l. -.ell
S y d..B
.. YDade aried---:37.3
(New C.Z. Reord)
2. Joyce tr hf
8. virginia Nrins
4. Del Ikmanat

1. Pal% BB"at ton.
DeAfnn tickman, Michele Mc-
Carthv,-3 :28,9
200 yd. Free tyle- Relay
1. Theresa Dunn. Bonny Ben,
Chariene Morency, JCSee'er-
ring- 2:45.3
DO"p13 and 14 Yearg
S8 yd. Free Style
1. 'a Days--:28.4
3, n tt--:30.3
3. geo re Barbler
...; 1I yd. Breast
1,i ;RIoert Umbergar.-l .-i
,. M yd. Baek
1.,Q r' McCarthy-l:J0
M Iyd. Free 4tyle
ttrge Barbler.-S-.4p.
S y. Bn
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Te sis Watches

Go Through Work O.

OIW YORK, SeptL. 7-(OP)-
Te champion Montreal Royams
and the runner-up Toronto Ma-
VLj Leafs, each riding a Ig
nin streak, were favorites
a7s they opened semi-final
layoffs of the 11nt1bnaonal
ague In their, home parks.
I. e Royals, who won the pen-.
iunt by a half-game n the fl-
Val day of the season, planned
jo start Pete Wojey agaIlit
ukie Markell of the Rochester
ed Wings in a duel of tight-
handers and Toronto played to
itart Ken Johnson against Pat
I aleoury. of the Cuban Sugar
is n. a southpaw duel.
S eBeyals enter the play-
o:ff with a prae-game winning
Itreak, the LeAft with a six-
game streak.
Each of the series is a best-
Af-Meve; affair. The Montreal-
Rochester series will shft to
*ochester -after the second
game, then back -to Montreal (if
necessary after theifth). But
because of travel difficulties, the
Tgronto-Cubap series will shift
to Havana after the third game
and will complete the series
Manager Greg Mulleavy of
Montreal had his pitching plan-
ned through the first four games.
.He will follow Wojey with right-
hander Glenn Mickens and then
southpaws Ken Lehman, the
league's top winner.with 22 vic-
tories and.Tov Larorda. Man-
ager Eddle Walker of, Rochaeter
il start lis (Cot) Deal in the
second game. and Gary Blaylock
In the third "and after that I
Just don't know.'
Rqchepter ha. lost five
straight games but Walker
heatedly de edi charges by
Toronto that be pitbced so-f
ties" against Montral n the
fI al games of the -eason.
Toronto manager tLke ewenl
Was expected to .follow Johnson
by pitch .. gj Crtax, theI
league's "most valuable pitcH-.
er" in the second game. He also
planned two lineup changes to
gejt more righthanded batting
power against the Cubans'
southpaws .oe Taylor replac-
ing Lew Mortqn In the outfield
and Don Griffin replacing Lou
Berberet as catcher.

A rnw. vni .

World Seris
NEW YO.I., Sept. 7-(UP)-
Here are te 1955 World Series
plans, a drawn up by baseball
com n siaoner Ford Prick and
representatives of the seven
teams which still have a mathe-
matical chance of winning a.
Starting date-Sept. 28 (in
the event of a playoff for the
American League pennant, sept.
Other dates-To be played
seven straight days if BrqOklyn
vs. Cleveland, New York, or Bos-
ton; one day off for travel after
2nd grme and 5th game If
Brooklyn 'vs. Chicago.
81tes-1st, 2nd American
ILegue park; 3rd, 4th, 5th ames
NatTonal League park 6t, 7th
games American League park.
Starting times of games.-
p.m. loca.time all games ex-
cept Sunday games in Brooklyn,
where city ordinance forbids
start before 2 p.m.
Televison National Broad-
castink company.
UsRad Mutual broadcast
System.. .
Ticke price Box MtO$10,
reserved seats 7, standing room
I, bleachers 2; any local ity
s-tax extra (same as last
These plan were drawn up
yesterday at a meet in
Priek's. office attended by the
comMab14lner and thefollowing
team e sentatives: 3. J. Ba-
vai of Brooklyn; John Quinn of
Milwaukee; Nrat Dolin of Pleve-
land; George WeIss of New#
York; Frank Lan of Chi g
Richard O'Connel o Boeo
and Fradk Contway of Dptrot;
plus American League president
Will Harridge and Fred- Fieig,
assistant to National League
president Warren Giles.

Z. Record)
2. Judy Felps4. 140.0

-I yd. Fee Style
1. Sarh Spelctor--11.7
300 yd. Free Style Relay
1. Orace Argo, Judy Felpe,
DanIlelle Earned, Mari lrances
Tucker-4:102 (New C.i. IM-
ey I sa5 I Teaps

-l. sw a *4i:93

Horaclo Ottis. who fidhts fea-
therwbight champ Pedro Teais
In a ten-rounder at a weight
limit of 135 pounds at the Colon
Arena Sunday, worked f o U r
rounds with fast Melvin Bourne
at the Panama Gym yesterday.
A most -.terstes spectator
fi the gallery was Tets who
came oer from Cola caspe-
cialt.. to o at ch Ottis go
through hls drill.
It had ieen announced that
Pedro would have worked outi at
the gmi yesterday aftrnoon
but, Instead, he went through
His paces in C n the morn-
Ottis looked sharp against the
shifty -Bou rne, but it was
evident that. his trainer, cagey
Tomgs "Bolo" Royal, wasUot al-
lowins' ibl charge to gQ all out'
with the dead I rlInd.of C Re,
that TeOld. l i'be bterb
doum a.to haweood Ots Is tor
thiW fltht .. ....
A ftIr the morkofiut. Solo sad,
thptf4WthImis he has: .Testis
tiket fat tme, btswpe of a
"secret weqo"'" he Fia ha.
4is boy develop that will havse
%eTo eqspletoely confused.
In' two previous encoutersa
thle Colonltlhms declamed Ot-
ais twice.

heard, werit IrUe rOund
BVron Cumberb.to 7eterday.,
and Toto looked real ood.
IBarra wfillisve a ob on his
hand Sunday nlht aga nst
Martinez. Martin beat hnm
while they were amateurs, andi
since then Claudia went on to
rack uo four. stralsht wins in
the wro ranks. Ibarra will be
making 'his debutt as a profes-
Toto's fraier. Alfredn Perez.
has said that he r.alzeze,* whrit
his boyp ls i10 inet, bt. beI
insists thAt Tntn twill hold iNO
mr. Sunday and emerge the
pun(av's wmain orellymnar.
wild brii trRe.,ther Paniel Ward
and Al Rodriguez In a tour-


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; .5s,

-Amateur. _ul Wiamad.,
Orvgorl6 MartiA Me. each
other in the certain. ra.er, alo
at fear-roubnds. '
General admisKen;uls'. "..


4to q.
TA regte ed, .a .
Y shoot_ to be on y
the Canal Zone aun
Aaeocdatlon n A 11
at 10 a.m. The ,o Ama will
consist of So0 1.8-y a ud 50
handicap targts t g silver
trehies wil be awarded to eac
event iner. q well s,to'.lhil
gun on the combizAed scores.
As in all haMpdJ d port
ing events.' thee tdded bird
4soots w U'be a1mRd.It placing
the .novice t whin kl dis-
tance of trophiee. -TV .s)hoten
.scrin -beter thta a._age for
pat. event will be the trophy
cQptender4. whether siovice. or
-Added birds hirbeen calcu-
lated tr. al apsfotersof rec-
ord from reviously registered
ATA scores. Blght per cent of
the diffence between the
hghes. average. scores and ldi-
vidual averages determined the
number of added birds each
shooter receives. The sbo te2
witt the highest Individual av-
erage in each event ieqelves P6
added b irShoOteri will not be
iven a perfect seote with the
T ('iA wls 'toixend an
invitation to all-shotgin enthu-
sI-ts. on the .thMt -. p.- rtetl.
p in-the, l and thil
he'Os I dus k nOters from
Paiwna weUnas the Cnial
= .Be. Fb those who do not
k iow the laeeatbn bf the range ,
tMn right off the Farft n beacI
I" w and h akeigd tityI f tn
wl slht a ati u Any
wil? be avaiable at, fla shoot.



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,f. o r, .
Just In ease Pa Lewis falls
ao oat ,,h s aElat-

Iowa l~tjp a husk from ,.
ldesM.di. rht unde" the
t6ee f WlMM'Iv Wiam
M. Tdamif ibn gI b much i
Sre F owe Citye, of pr"M
but the quacher was a sch tp
for his wife-

from lAt f
but the United States tha he =

forines is obrsk this
coatry .o i ra, w b e '.

I' D U a' p.aynakr, drill The bMlou M M
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sto an the
to tee

abe ; r r club.n
4erasledI a proved over a
ield that we at Texas wer sup-
posed to dominate.
Bre hba the schools in this
r -returned h a pe.er

cu Ieat M d e~ct.
My ag bke rve on re-
I have our mea rtn-
ng J seasons prevftms to lMS.
lastance retain eisht starters
TI e.M Adf aas, for
and U s lte en. ne ma$or
ehabge is that he ek will
Srinig from theis splt under
Jack Iu who su"eded In-
ule S wBuiarosun Nowden Wyatt.
Va"l Gee Waer moves
in it quart-waho, sumAed by
wn a Pratbn ca ter at
k.Center Jerry Ford heads
up the line.

NA's Probable

E,-msy Grammler, Baleor
T-~rt eo.


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a- returns an even
g of smaoned
Be Includigeig t
bed 0 proven
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Itlian And R1 t*.

Shoek Tennis

FORST HILLST A young he does right well with
m an named cola quet, too.
0Ir b opes to celebrate '
bis M2nd birthday next Sunday B 16, Mr.
tfnals of the
U. Am r Tenals Champion t amen
ship t if he does, acro waed off s
Porept i h bad better be rqady col said, In
for aion aby the sons of has t been
Italy, a ember
pwbt-halrd, smiling Nicola Cup team.
Ste nw hetro.of.tb4 varluua t
"dttle Italy" In .the American Oe ma :of :
cities whwe he has played, rp- team N
Idly moving Into a e Wfa ith
clano. hardly ffia ,'io, r
d rt afo theB
It's a real upset or, maybe That's one of bti.
it uljuld be stted, an uapet- this handtise. law atu
US fatrto the suab-nosed the ty o
during t last year.
The tennis atmosphere is quite know any Italian laws
some different from the base- In more moneys ,
ball par kor the boxng ring. a
There, raucous adution and HA has d o To WZ
boinbUtic cheering are the ac. 9o but never'mt him,
cepted rule. But when It comes
to tentle, you are supposed to ."I hear of his wife. toI
sit on your hands. and main twola smile enthualasticlly..,
a vapid decorum during the
progress of play. -- ---* -- ..-.. .
Thus Nidola's new-found on- .
tourage threw a Jolt into the L
staid racquet atmosphere on
several oeasslons this summer.
One such neldent occurred at us ,
Oeruantown Cricket Club in
Philadelphia which is the hush- e fee" m- IV
ed room of tennis. li t! O
There the high collar officials a r hsm
were staed into almost ejaeu- _
latig (het "this lust a't done. -
old boy," when a large and vo-
cilferous .ebeering section show- ,
e u om the ra sector of Todar taCe'. J .3,
out Philadelphia. Wm. 1 Grape
The umpire ,almost fell out ',OGoUAT TOIO..
of his elevated hair when the Rosemary Clooney,-t
"bem" split the air while the uae .GAR?3*s, j!
aStleg was in Pesis.
Mo.oreas nearly oked o Todog. IDEAL. --I,
ofhis t fike wb plter
CoJ entir lely Unt ,lbltel,"ut- l-a ]vPi'.
back l at hI aherepnto ,.AGA:-
of how to pick up the n i
soeeer fthubOI "CUARTO DR BOT .,
Nicola is a fine soccer player' "H
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d g7eh ws av # ** -o Ithis is a new
Ists 'madef siad woauieS rUr
5l wIch 10s o itlpleas to ive ma iaum Drotctlon
to UI t i a adornmejnts most football players ap-
pa lyI o keep intact.
mm I t x is gt In w ht yet sahsatial enosgh to with-
p I and tJ piIs suo as toafford mu-
anaa --am eti s i the aio of th6 p ga M-

- I& f p oe s I was, s ohn o an
icthe new I a q pl n d thu .5 1 wima
.M.t dgIUd noU follrinvatdesb, as lwAst h6W
Sing them
able at thei time t oneu, n with the y gbe tan-
t' p Cst. o..ad..eh. f..in
t a house masks of one kind or another, not so much
to pret a arefloulAsf but in sell defense, and solt s with
s IU SO'a.MG 8ro14nt us from masks wOrn by teams

hee_ mked difference between s 0an n mask and a plMtc
nmask ." * *



ictxs, the sl ened.
weom armored, hoe ook

Hkf 0 ouAo


VO.W I s In the ,ad4:alt0. ; .-
same boat. a l Wobdard thos .. .... ... ....... ... .. ... .. - -
0 tested varsity men ck, plus '' ...... ..
"n3 rn o service.
heore is eoneers quarterback
end. alMt ,s is o the'" 9
Sadingsigal caller. but ay Mas .- "M IIND aa m wha h M
tonrs, a versatile -ophome, ht .'_l.
come on they tell me. Tea i',
Forget regt and backs Jo
Martall Don Mallheinny and Hal B IY1A1MS R ADON
O'Bren are top men.
Baylor long an offensive men- Wiiaere
ace, 10014to Doyle Traylor for

,.,,.. , .,,. --' I s^ ^ /
Wirte rce and ta o q Phil asnutoof the,
1p0r t mo two meano ndpaauaf on first base. The;
fieldsV batter had Ii out of the box
e Frank at P a k andthe pit as wooing at,
N a TOr Laot year bIaa.ie robbIn N u theI
Dmehle lt easil. ant Ieoa

TaleMed rners from last C_ of the battoBer mea othiug
years winiet freshman team ble. Ble.ite took advantage of
sparks A. an M., whiehhas one a lasity a ths feding team, 's
essential lgredint. It's h lat. put-= At"'igs-[, 4--7,U rnU
No s.g. as.ttaeed. manyal- ,f a,, C '"" CILLD LOUS
tart, but remember nme Q. HRow far is the pitcher's rub TnInihoAPw
onCrow Kenneth al, her from home plate?-Oscar Sta. "
k PowAl ad Bobby, ark, pies.
Out ofs sth eh i A. feet, inches
mf lin ,11:nust count arg
heavy na hands Q. Who was the first major
at te vital to positions. The league ifier to wear glasses?
eadn of center Johany Ta- -*gLarryasCs
tum n gird Herbert Gray
~l~d~h~tMeubiliufrAo tA.. eog t orr of de 132Me1jai'
while me baekf eid btheoS t o ne. L u s.CArdjsL
mec. et gablet J "g t .
ti .Q. Was XUcky Harris the young
Walt Fromes, a l quarter- eat major league manager&--
back of c old Charley ureen., C a holhow' Am gtWe
Womae m ahes Joe young- A. 1lti Bmadens holds* that
si ad He to spear. mtih A awyears, a moith e ptesenu._. .. . 8.... a .
S mrVk l' at oo aV'a Indmans for the lm k wjata tei9 -.
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OXLAMD, 0., Sept. 7-(UP)
Vie Werta of the In-
n._cd a with a non-par-
6 attack of polio Aug. 25,
d=shrged from Lakeside
Ilaobtion ward today
dl he hoped to be back
arm in time to play In the
d bieris.
he Indlans now lead the
Msca League by % 6m0e.
i.s a ticipated that with
Blatt rtad gradually In-
eif cti W 5 Warts will
a complete recovery," a
il statement said. He was
ierred to private room,
Selected toleae the
tl in a week to 10 days.
feel good," Werts 'told re-
a I the first IntervieW
k be was stricken. "The
thing Is la that the pain is
. When I first came, my
was paralyzed and even
Started to be able to
SIt aain the pain was

erts ba shown steady Im
ement, but even the most
mitsle eu- er o o dis-
tate the p:_ltyof his
ai to bu year.
th e rI feel nowi

"I hope I might be able to
in the World Series."

"Let the people know th truth and the country i MWfe' -Ablmhm Lineosn.



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NOTTO HI HYET-W t% to a height et s
Three- PoW er rleyn r- PW toputhe plane forward n ewISim ulewa
AV patents, emedeal attendant and ploet, or an wala ht aceao.
LONDON, Sept 7 (UP)- The Turkish Foreign Minister Fatin' The dispute ever C ra B ell schalsr the,
conference oan Cyprus ustu Zo toewme th. e o .h Dimeep South Stalls school Desegre
T, Greece ad Turkey unable to the talks have been "ended." He ed = 4l1Grek riots icbl B ore t or
t together on their conflictiAS aiounced he was returning to aRd Bra, were .y a Before tfore masters s "A T H S
views on the, ftem of that strut- Istanbul tomorrow with his del- bea s ibhere today Brth o w Q S p me C O der

The meetings which opened here
last Monday at British Initiative
were formulyl "suspended" today,
but official conference so u r ce s
said that no date has been fixed
for their resumptil.
An official communique will be
approved by the Foreign Ministers
later today, anouncing the end
of the talks.__

Thousands. Of Rioting Turks Inflct

Immense Damage On Greek Property

ISTANBUL, Turkey. Sept. 7-
(UP)- Heavy police reinforce-
ments guarded the Greek .wo-
sulate today from thousands of
you0 Turks who rioted through
the tsets of Istanbul for hours
and inflicted millions of dollars
damage on Greek property.

I At least 17 Greek churches,
schools and houses and the
Greek consulate at Smyrna were
destroyed by fire.
The anti-Greek riots broke out
In protest against the bombing
of the Turkish consulate at SalR
anica. Greede, yesterday and
followed unconfirmed reports
the birthplace of Kemal Ataturk,
father of the Turkish republic;
also had been bombed.
The riots, were a direct out-
rowth of the dsiumte among
Iltain, Greece and Turkey on
the M e ofthe island of C-
grus. j the apparent breqk-
. Io ak I ~-

EL ArING Follow-
a g spree during
u kled one woan
1d a second whon he
Mage during a 6-hour
th Dkota, Mine-
_laowa 15- year -old
is shown
during to police at
MIND, Iowa.

PRICES:- .75 and A.
': E:S, CAiS8M, :SM p

mSd CaM0a7W a 8saw 'roW sM
portinag e the United Nations
a ;Prime Minister Anthoy
1nw,,plan for Eurobet
St Zwas is t!
*tt frforeign als i f be
Hev Ruslma is fag the
umaiant problemn,"morej
istpy thanth bha IVJ

The Cyprk.ls-Britih Society
declared n Istanbul that the
Turkish consulate and Ataturk's
house were Turkish territory
and that the bomb explosion
caused Turkish patience to over-
flow. It claimed Greek official
authorities were concerned with
the bomb plot
Turks carrying clubs an d
hammers surged through the
streets of Istanbul and broke
down doors and windows of
Greek shops and houses, in-
fllcting heavy damage. The
Turkish flag was raised on
IGreek properties.
Police, gendarme.... and milita-

ry forces tried to hold th% mobs
in check and the provincial gov-
ernment appealed to the nation
b radio to maintain calm i ut
the riots continued for hours.
In Athena, meanwhile, Deputy
Prime Minister Panayota lan-
eliopoulos protested to the Turk.
ish Charge d'Affalres '.against
anti-Greek riots in Istanbul and
At the same time he protest-
ed to NATO against attacks on
Greek officer at a NATO head-
Quarters .n Smyrna and asked
the permanent NATO council be
called into sesson to examine
the situation.

British control of the crow colo
any's beffense and foreign affairs.
The Turkish delegation made it
clear that it cannot agree to self.
governmabt for C(ypra unlss
and until Greece poMdes ad7 -
quate assurances that It Is aban
doing Its clalm to union with the
The Greek delegation was said
to have expressed disappointment
with the Britsh plan because, it did
not provide for impmedate self-
determination for the Cypriote.
But Greek Fore.fN Mister Ste
than h ndiated
at he wol d give a fuller reply
to the Britsh compromise pla lat-
er through diplomatic channels.
Today's session, which started
an hour late, was overshadowed
by the serious clashes in the. Turk-
Ish and Greek cities and by .the
British emergency moves to corm-
bat terrorism on Cypu itself.
Britain rushed fo u shiploads of
Royal Marine- Comminados aand
an aircraft carrier 16aded with ar-
mored vehicles and -weapons to
the strategic island.. "

LABOB DAY ADDRESS Speaking at Denver, President
Eisenhower said that America salutes "the men and women
who with their heads, hand and hearts produce the wealth
of .the nation."

Mississippi Grand Jury Indicts

For 'Whistle' Kidnap-Mur de

SUMNER, Miss., Sept. 7 (UP)- the trial would be called but aI
An 11-man grand jury Indicted two d e f a s e attorney inmicaea heI
white half brothers tod a y on would ask for a date to be set as
charges of murdering a 14-year- soon as possible. r I
old Chcago Negro who allegedly The defendants admitted taking
whistled at the wife of one of the Till from the home of his uncle
suspects. in the Money Community north of
Boy Bryant, 30, and J. W. Mi- Greenwood last Aug. 28. But they
lam, 36, were indicted both Joint- said they let him go when Mrs.
ly and separately for the kidnap- Bryant said he was not the Negro
murder of Emmett Till who insulted her in the Bryant
They were to be arraigned a few store.
iours after the indlkaent was
read n Talabattie County Cir- Bryant and Milam were secret.
cuit Court. ly moved from the LeFlore Coun-

I the wmb ae of igh PiMeUty Stmophele beunad
Ai*. aew mTRRY TOON In COlsemaleeoe

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Zeqetamft b=Stc
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up :i~g in nrendt Mdfte-
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ty Jail at Greenwood M o n d a y
Kidnaping as well as murder night and Jailed at Vickbburg,
was charged in the indictments. Miss., until time for their arraign-
Tallahatchie officials explained ment.
-that although Tll was first ab- National Guardsmen who had
ducted aIn neighboring LeFlore been called out to protect the de-
Conty he was carried into Talla- fendants from purported threats
hatehe still a captive and presum- of violence were dispersed from
ay slain there the Jail early today.
Ther was n IndMleation, when They are to De held ac the Talla.

By Russ Winterbothom and Ralph Lane

ATLANTA, Sept. (UP) -Mow et wle clrcplara proteaiTO w aend bout at t"ht
than 100 Negroes utatUd sco iebafvi S g 1 Robert Juala
w whites.e yesterday t fral- P Sp. BertinsM.C I
ew n teth e an a rgi effort a- gro a t trW t e&ri .
pli schools a s- I.,t." iInto a.
repted basis nd plumed to t ab
the races apart t(is year at lea. Capehart said absenteeism was'i s ,gated #pat.
There were twoepat from fairly heavy on the first day of
the ptte one a ate ehool but "normally ..om., 2 to A Negro teacher, Fred rewn,
and the other in North Caroa. 300 studm ay out the first day who teaches mied classes "
At Beckley, W. VA., more thin b8ecaueM fsmes are no Tush to printing, home Mechanics a n
40 Negro children wore turned come home from vacant sand plastics* ha. been hired at Oak
away when they attempted t R dte g. ;
rIh Rideigh COO V.el -ent0-' a ads enatliai.
ry schools which the. eool board Borne U of the Negpe earol- tiU ais white teachers Wea.
reserved for whites. ed at Oak Ridge High School with.ltrouced to the students.
The county had moved to late- -- -..
grate all schools this term but re-
scinded its order when some par-| .
nats protested.
The West Virginia office of the 1Ie ives n u I U a
National Aagocitlon for the Ad-
yacement of Colored Pple said ... .
{he Nego ehldr w0u1d ag Tn -,a
flC adV ea OA10 As SteppedoUp ans
schools today.
At Guilford Cllege,'N. C.. site
of a Quaker college, some 9 ,
sentful white residents. gathered -
at the town's ble Seb deoer- D. NVma.ept. 7 (UP)- -i to hakte chtal of the proret
mined to prevent tat a. Ides$ ime howrt today gave t t Oefiva but thatthd e
ny Negro pupl.. No Negro appli- "Vol_. of AaMertc" 'an 1et-D neeoa more funds.
cants bowed up. lauti g.ahead i lob Its plarfor .
,aieriff' dputi a diapered the a s a.ap t however, he said h aid nt.
crowd, which.had s"rrtnde6 .a te te ta for a
ar elongig to a couple who o w fr or .. bu cra e.
w among ger of a,. ,. '

,wn, r$Ldio outpit to the
work and w, won't s dr W." neun ofg. s1-1,1a ,.nd to.n r _ltold. oe
One of the drs of the of late. eo g sa by M 8_.&brdadass havde1. Ie
&atan aptio n s eu at C t C tan fftrrq adfactualeb
ob and another o ered i s resig- Club cor nt On the ew" and wIl
nation after his employer, recelv- ?non thatt n w.
ed toelehome calsa urging that le Director Theodore C. Btrelbert uS on that theme.
be of e U.S. Information AgenCY Vice President Richard
The peUtion was follo I tolneewsmen a u s oon e .. s Mnde nlha-ford 1
bearing M names urgM tha l00g. f president- "w yi d"cSS f? igjs Qint *-
8t be continued. wuaeBs CoWt r ;.-. --11 conneu e
efteother thMhol system I nS thst o e In a itateiMnt lsiue4
reted the U.S. up reIao' -- o..--0wthe _Ummor White.a
rdmer to tegras school as u.e.Nix Vwill'Preside at We
"soon as practicable" as provid- amern,, ebaic ..fe.change.inv o ee whic h grew ot.otf a
lug time at least until 19, Int. a, to House l heo i n
ration began at two Oak Ridge Stelbert atdd 5Ot ftne. jn dehmts a.l .whihob thl Presm -
schools by diect order of the At- Bnvatic halet duB S 1e the problIm wait
0m Energya 0 is RMl58 1 tactics hasa t* ah
ohe mats uopo to. the in-. sa e ,finO f -' V annfigure" in the sports
tograteion was lomlef e ts ..ur. orts to J.
parents keep their cldre ouo o
of schoo n prteste information.chief fle i
"We will notbe able to tell jut t e^ -.--r -t E e --
__ .. -- d -""' -an"m-L-, epo,.. '-n *.u .
W iteiMn Iformatlon programs a-
W white Men b. H onferred with the
SPresident briefly Monday ad
for 45 mInutes toiy as the M
summol White House offices at l 9
rf4i.Laiw*Dda. Lowry Air fto BAN.
r UOfi Negro Uoy m chief do-
Ssoed the rsid ent as "very y
hate Canty fall t Centhuliaat rt.iU the pnotthl ***/
heaCig mty jail i ial ftm ot.woe i eft aWefl d-itoften kIke the stork i I
Smit Js"wul12 Sa Me ki g same fo m lks t66 nudL

a on Me pson
charges in tse event they are ac-
quitted in the adjoincg county
where the murder Is believed to
have occurred.
Dist. Atty. Gerald Chatham ask-
ed for the murder indetmmet e-
von though there wa. a disagree-
ment between authorities as f
whether the body fMbed from the
river and viewed by thousand be-
fore Its burial in Ceagows that
of young Tll.
TU& lahatie County Shrriff
C. Strider and D.L.B Othe% ;V
examined the body, said there w
"some questfn' whether the dE-
composition of the body was -too
advanced to be that of Tl Bt
other offerss who- aid U*the aI
veatiat "aid there wa l-so
doubt about it he Tffl

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