The Panama American

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Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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

Subjects

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.

Record Information

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:
AA00010883:00861

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blotinqIn from the ocean, the CAGO *)-7 There aretoday to be heading for a
preclion was rewvi sd to 87 d6- now 0W moto courts, nearly lock, and the 8ovet dtS
gorees itwic- numblw of 10 years accused the western poe '
orecaaters pre4leted.the ther- ago the Chieago'Motr Club re- trying to sab6tage them. ri
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time bf the year. laI by about 1500 a yar. Soviet delegate Arkadi dMer bed
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cultural damagee ranged to 24 have remodeled lobbies, be- sentatives of having
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an 1 am with.ns Outset such pi ours. Anh we wle do our pasrt to k epso-a-nd hae ,ll eols tao d C has now i a th Covhmleh outses dnlev i rum t w hat t l o. He ew. byo e e r.h vh eri




she evn or three tourh ones. do e f wh .o app t progres. They re,.and the... U.S. r hn-of-prlsoners cleae had mereh to the 1 blwe. w ho .. ln ored .
IItsn te hP's.i immobile striwiabrd.e i .w Sat w he erh efl rom r a n S .
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houlg lee lt the nears rrd be paaralzed.M il ,meas out mi eetsthe tt e b idea seemed to be that ered i proposed Db s a l e
t The bn oin arna o of slep-gu r its. sM.htt ike ho tomsion fr i on u uoa. n r th a1b ee
n.este wol (js 0 yr. ,..lah ) ohe .ld, lorkletru eToI tert eas riroristsd ho it ketsk ed r c _worl .t lot ofe meric n ow l.os the iea Coma- "t ueo" h de d o rusl. loh pies lw ,prle mar-
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m p.atNe. r-ay p1'maru M atil novdl 5:2 pam. 9 a. A ig. A ld.. --,,, .;... '.* r--n. -Discovery of an. empty rubber term at 9:30 a.m tomorrow. John
ge p.. *trt g- -- g,, a a m. mw Mrd. M,,a-n.. -.-, w ass.Asi life raft and an oil slick spurred Blennerhasaett is the new superin-
H CorI r am- tuim lms ""u.. l:. Wi ,* FrOi. DA- lair and sea searches today for a tendent. Registration will be fol-
D -- A vm' __ -....... S,-, _M.M o__l..p ............. U.S. Air Force Superfort missing lowed after the service of wor-
: *a. cl_ _. Whap: .. _. r m. h o o ..O. m i theV apci.. Ocean with 13 e The ch urch school of the Eeim.


6L sM a t a.. i. n. Pryr _t and ao. COCOe _AVAt, TTATION The raft and oil slick were found Margaret's Episcopal church of Our Saiouh,
1- 4 _a __ m re .. .. s. in the area from which the Super- Marp arita, will also be open for
-s'm-,: -. znti, ,.t ,eh i-,I. -- :d 6an 4th S .. es V, Ch- c 5, 3 3**....... ,ome/fes, radioed its last message registration and erlment tomor-
W L = :5 da biov.:4 .re i. S1.. .......... a0 p".m. P- Thursday night. Bobbing in t h e row. at 8:30 a.m. Herbert 0 En-
jliJm..1j1d1r 70lU Fi a. MIi uwaLs ,... BID I Ilif surrounding debris were seven un- gelke is the Superintendent. The
S* W i I ^a ..5 -- ,,, ..... I-.m.OTDAB ,thleM opened sea rafts, oxygen botUes service of dedication of the new
1- ect, m aS?= A m.r --- as o lt goalear ... *0 g i ..............*:M & 10:41 and box lunches, church and parish hall will be an-
S ._ .. .. i. D4The discoveryches toda search plane nouyed for later fate this



m* I_'VaSSt curet eM pM **"* aln aBd wS d getI sear .._;..._.... ,-Mlatensifid. the hunt, but an Air month.
* ';.8 jE f -.... i ^ -- l wom nton ....... s: I -m. gt ................... Tlo Force spokesman said no survive. -,-,-.
P a. -_li,_ i-r' s CI. n 'sA^aiMy, aas.A 'Orond v a ss ................. ors ad been lighted yet The den- lowed after the Service of wor
ST.. s:'.I q -:i".m *C* The ... 4It nday ASchool...A .a........ ri has not been identified definite school of t.
m' -" -s a.m.) pL Ptr and k The raft and oil slick were found Margaret' Episcopal c missing u r c h,
*m m mm_ i lSE,."r ". A. p fortress radioed its last routine message tharegistratt ion and nrmentioned
elii=4 00W" L. n chiSaura a$0trSno a"d stgrs a trouble I t you don.t m ke friends astmr
pos itat8 Th- u re Oi : .hOhORT.. A1 'NI Thursday night. Bobbing in the a row, at 1:30 am. Herbert 0 Ean

'a em $r IaN Va. AMN ViadaNvma s a -- p .. surrounding debrie were sevema n sai un- gelkae is the Superintendent. The




the : rSto M and a 0 o DAYS M st opened seaep t alofts, oxygsev en our ttles service e of dedication of the new
I 'tahl n Cass:| fte ..I U1 n n m .......i... & is around -robin lurofiinchs. y test to and church and pearis h ho m akes friends
m.... .sp.m.i ,i el 6 -' Ta when ithe discovery by a search plane noune start payi rlt attention
1dn s MNAVL STATION .thunt, but an Air month.



o-nIwat' .. ..,.. a :d ,-, I .............. .0 Force spokesman said no surviv-,,, ,, o.
Thm-,ar dys.... _.. 1 3 ........ ..._. amm. :0 ors bad been sighted yet. The deb- Jwo





i f i f L ..A S ...... ... e of the 3rd r sno beenbe that the person s finest,
I .) l .. S.q,. d n basd at Naaa a rrCi, thoh he my be. It. won't be.
........ see eme I a am ue" u A a. m s,."--" ....a s crossed the skies while U.S. Navy that he a witty, though it might
Aa Lot. si' *aBy a ns0 being atrom and fish- true. wont e missingat e
Cat mam: Am0 to $N PALma. an' now. John Spea..a- tho Ino FORT ULICKsft he
SwU m MI020y vIan _m I%"R Cht "j= .----- f- ia mA,-a,,,idse). position at d an unidentay ibe. w OWbe that he A NICelfh,





mi_. DASLLE g a. l__ __ -_ __ If_,.__ -- _-hr sews.hz the w- thou. h eobl. ,
-I ,s m3 Schol iga ... i. I routine message thatmmenei o Ieee d
m., amlffijfW l'lsB.. n-ot.o ... ul e -4. o --If Y .ou don't make friends as
fatM a d s at JIM t m 39006. ahn. l 11o I'm Pat. Other Uurices It- set no distress signals later ay as You wish yo did or don't













WS/ cae a c l -e-Ln'g h- A A "',roz.l wfe "nice." mwan when we ute
~~ a as 4 aa ita m Itar .. aou MOn t aoft eS o af to sum up at complete pernon-
m --.V tu. sm m Cema-- 'n. I ISsadooo 1. aA s AY .C o t p Mrs. CLaurel kley who die .. u eas th e per-
SOLT AoL i lL.. r-ment Mtag l p. M5 am. Thursday at the Gorga Hospit son is cheerful, is helpful, is Inter
1111; .... smT. The rlontless w flying f friends than e e le yu now






am. %"t- ClaUm : Wa .m. PA Nwa. .,y .. P round-robin proficiency test tat 1 m fo and ova person who makes friends
& .0 e : a T to M*. s W I Perv Pe at the Corozal ChaOn easily and then holds on't to thimpressm.






i s @ 1mmam. o p ..... Ia --- lf-Mrs. Buckley os survived d others with his own importance,
20Pm w.e. n disapp e d. Ti11 start Paying sth et Attention







SS Si TI OBc Curundu rea; mother, Mr. Ari W In short, it means he is "nice"






am-s m. I,.Th sd-a_ I" w', e .. ,.. i-ams- Colon a nd at Naster, rs- t.abougt dh ult uations, "ne" tont
--,- Fr 4 rm eg r ........... m at cy as th e York. a e thnda he i s "nice" to eveni
SI3 sh "--ps,---- ip tr. o*land* fih-*............... b "- one, not just to those he might
IW. an an i uwe Mip ............. ol lc hf i ah n the toni feelt woud th OUg h prably o.
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-- .....a. .--n m- Saudo 46 I i a..... a a_ o r I I others p Is tay es "ai oet f S


'eidaum ai iRtNema:a pmid 3evAr am Na.mttltj d p h.m. ItTB reauey aa simple an that.

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seam.. S SO m. 1; s Watrolt P oala. C S and
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Pat f !the Atlantic Beardri
ib o- Pacific Side are lodk-
4ig forward to the appearance
of groT p in the melodrama
Forever True" at the Pacific
irvtee Center on Thurslay
eight, Sept 15.
; tickets are available from
members of Aunt Ellen Club,
umder whoqe auspices the three-
act play Is being presented, after
Sfist showing at the Club Tro-
Ocal in Colon the night before.
The cast was carefully chosen
by the director, Mrs. Claris Ar-
thur, and Includes such persons
as Pearl Mottley, Ruby Flaher,
Pauline Ble a a m n, George
Brathwaite and Paul Harper.
As a prelude to the drama,
Junior Arthur will offer his latest
ohereografic production entitled,
"The ahow's The Thing," an
vaudeville in two acts, starting
8 n.m.


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on Sunday, September 11 between the heu' of
12 noon and 7:30 a.m. in the following wUAsl.8

52nd East Street, Via Federico BoydA _AN :
pala. Ricardo Arias Street.

CompaAta Paname*a do Fuersa y Lu C
constantly working to Improve yoerW
So that you are not greatly ieon
necessary Interruptions will be held to a ttii


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SOWAIZ JACONy T Polie today 60 r o.0
Written forNEA Service a der
I .We .. roome ig o ite lrat week
---- .. leaving a fortune lb cash, stocks
Sand 1em tuebd in be r girdle.
MORqW (D) 8 Poce e tNMe woman. Mrsn.
6A$$ Margaret Amnn MacTear had pia-
VKQJ034 ned $16,M t a cash to her corset
SQJ10S alonff with $J In goveradltat
bonds, 3.01Te in unleashed
W ErpAST cheeks, ,|00 in stoeks and bonds
7WM 4 anJ three uncasbed social reeuri-
X 3 654A ty checks .
W 7 TS kS Police said diamond ring,, a
i* i o IS- perfect pair of emeralds, diamond.
6 10(3 32 4KQ74 studded wrist watches, bracelets
SOUTH lad pearls worth an estimated
4 9QJ10 g $50,000 were found beneath the
SV 0o girdle tucked away in a cheap
SAK4 dresser drkwe.
A' J Raymond D. Doney, owner of
orth*outh mvu. the motor lodge where Mrs. Mac-
J t* Tear head lived since May 10, said
Nmwo a B OBug Wad th wom Was A recluse, appa-
1 9 P1s 1 6 Pmw ruetly without friends and thought
24 Pass 3 Pa to be peanalen.
39 34 6 PaM Police said they believed Mrs.
4 Paa 6 PMas MacTear kept the fortune on her
Pe Pam person durI the day. They said
Md* feed--10 ahe wore eld -fashioned a1lotheas
with a bustle, a parently to ca-
---- 'mouflage the buy wealth pinned
S to her corset.
)12. slam in toira Police said they withheld the
Shet ala n todaMy contract name of the woman untold today
: cannot be recommnded. its rea-
n eMale enough to bid a slam thathis e eort ?veto claims the
depends on a finesse, but South ftm ne
n@l today hanui The s finest Police called New York author-
be defeated easily if West had Miu lm when they. Covered a mem.
er more spades headed by &0re s p eard.;l the Order of the
kig diwiththe right openingfaster fr bu tihe Mw Yok
lad West should have net the con. o r ea could
tract even though he had only Poicere said the woman's
three trumps.
permanent home was believed to
Vest fo* off to the killing ope- be Riverside Drive, New York
I lead by playing the ten of City.
climbs. East put up the queen, and Before coming there, Mrs. Mae.
S4uth had to win with the ace. Tear lived In a tourist home in
South was now in trouble. If he Daytona Beach.
managed to draw trumps without Her husband, Mortimer M a c.
losing to the king, he would then Tear, died in a betel room in at-
have to knock out the ace of lanta in 1941. HBewas a retired em-
S hearts, whereupon the opponents ploye of the American Telephone
could cash a lub trick. If South and Telegraph Co.
knocked out the ace of hearts be-
fore drawlg trumps the oo "
nets could lead another cluto Walter Winchell
make dummy raff. Then dummy
would have only two trumps, and (Coatlaued from Page 2)
it would be impossible to pick up ar

As it happened, South was play- Roa of Texas," taken from a Con-
ag against an inexperienced d federate Marching ong, is now
S ender. After winning the first No. 1 in every St George
trick with the ace of clubs, South who wrote it, was a Midow Vl-g
led the queen of spades, h sop fntt his col'm months ao. lie
ttWe ol"khi Witten many hits but when
oA that Wet would have the a "ia wUBI roughbo/Je soda jerks. n
gleton or doubltton king. m a d
Somewhw e orthr West had eaerndS new star of a
"a- n; he "c js dramatih.it,' ?o Uh flip her


-Sd ^ fa 1. 11 B fi flat on her face aL
3 adeiand i ock out thlel .c W 4 '
hearts immediately. The re
was eay
West ouM have played a low GHTING MATTES
trump steadofthe ng. South .-
queen would win the trick, of PIERRE, S. D.-(UP)-
we but he would be helpless dents wondered if the state
as West refused to cover in distress as the) passed
a ,rump honor. state hbuse one day reetly
_____ :the flagpole was the Stars
AMg omists say feeding value of Strp ing upside down
hayiis reduced by late cutting. I the universal exigal for in.
Rd CMs volunteer workers out- ing distress or extreme eoi
nuMb'pHid employees 19 to 1 cy. An alert cauNtol employ
a"d wiBthut them the cost of sed naIly reported the error and
Crops service to the nation would flag was hauled down alnd ho
be lmot prohbitve. again-this time right side u
a SCTOR T 01 MRTHA WAYNB Wha


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5 s'"- tplit pea, for .-"downto
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..12 "" 0Havegetables
1spr ohton -Sehesnean
14V Wnllke part 8nMlls
15acts E" 8 Malls
1?.s- Molne, S Emanation
iowa 10 Fish sauce 30 City in 45 Trali
Ielow&. 11 Corned beef Algeria retunt
MfeonAwr31 iChi dog 4 Count eance
1 Nonbyi 1Spresd (ab.) 47 Wing-shaped
1 e on 20 Harvests 33 merlr ue 48 Legend
I o are 23 Eitonian pie s0 Fasten
Bd o ptr, d island 35 Fine wool 51 Curved
S3 4 Doer 40 Church molding
' 25 Arrow poison festal 62 Require
SAnoint Hiding 48 Countryt a I -
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difus then held 'Mgqcay fo r Paci
SI ert1 h S".. GA NO. MADDOI leaders will be]
of Aiter a vI on here with her. anud St, a "" tOn Edudatlanm
Zeaml, Miss IrmaZ Gonzalez Jaco-t'he Virnu ti .IlM k e "I
t me has returned returned to New Mr,. ad lri Dewr We reside Mr Rnifamu Does of Evanston Ble nI eup lukewern watereind Tr. p 43
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b a- --r elir sad p S t g teirei O t. bbrol. mature. o r ..d -t hpl hed-ir first
rip- s ... ... e -.miana talk1 t l a.O l t eve d03e .ai to Iore a e softe at the Girl Scr
S Sat Royal Sultans brom : to t at: t Ie i ed. a d tast o. etta few leed atBr h earlS ball lgmLy th \ \


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SeaVist Room of otel tre on r for cer1,. shi t cbretpoon alttes, 2 ti FAMuilY MEETING HOUSE 45


R. passain waathe scene last eve- te"rp at thic eetres hat c auas t I u oney, the cup b 'U w
Mil lW s. Iton Gnar of Me- a ltew water 7 o cup ied yr Eler Ballou Ote M &f t
phais Tt that those who a Mte ea flo Me ng C oue waF ued o b
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Jiuneo McGee Walkerfor Paelt r di C ,cor e and the two-weddlage- the last 75 years.
t ft a ior te aart were thohe S tei. i n heat a e Ra s ra brt b Wo i e .td butl e ror r' l t
lthme- b srdat. ;r. a tod Nt, oA h y at Rd Mrtee- herires f "c I .___ _. A- a r dcend- fr t



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eeams w the sc ene last eve- "pib oftlaf t e Sofe ih ihaiLlae a-to ahe 1 mlSe
smg, ni of a rehesl party h s rin ,h director of thi series hsIt a onrer'
iss Ma ofnshod .1 CUP tailngs,'"A up! UND LAD, K. I. --(P

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* 10 4*MQRtINGO.WORSHIP
" .;" 'yLp1N QQMF.IDENOt IN CHRIST"
(Swis- of Expository Me ges-on Hebrews)
*: 3 .T.U.-Church training for all ages
74;0-VAIItEUISTIC SERVICE
"COM BEFORE WINTER""
Oicial Music a Nursery Provided Childrin's.Church
pr' cast H O... W, H. SBby.- Psuor
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Ain. of the Girl
lec-hi eouri. for
dtic tId ), will be
so 9 to 11:30 a.m.
t Scout Rouse.
Meeting of the
lie-side Girl Scout
held Monday ftr .
at the Fort Clay-
Center.

I Tro 48 will,
meeting Sept; 16
ut House. salboa.':
re asked to be


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How Mib 'wty MoU popw up hot
meals, cold mu-*gg and dche
didwe. I, uye o botlteodayl
MiI ioedpe Las IOwTo Give
PF&. a itwUf Witef R. T. ,
frea Co. At~dhO r 9, w Yorki.
GOHti* IVATY-CMTS LEUSS
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Tivoli (4th tof July) Ave,eNo. 21A24
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"iChilr'upratelle Is the s enc tlta
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Packers. Shippers Meosm
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
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FOR SALIt;- 195 Oldimobila-
96 Holiday, hydMeeatic, radia,
power windows, power eet,
duty paid. Dulboa 2-4135, Sat-
urday.


FOR SAL9Eai ol 1949 CadlI-
4dq 62 CavetIlBe, odln, white-
wael ~ es. electr venilreHon,
seat, windowHHt, other etrnes,
$1175. Pho.m 3-6230.
FOR SALLS-1952 Cedllac, 62
sari. Redle and heater w/w
tres. Call Baoae. 4462 or 3717.
FOR SALE--1951 Ford For.-
mati 4-.dor udion V4 Cur.
tom., iereauted. white-gr y.
*titewall tires, beautiful. per-
fet canudtin $775; 1948 Cad-
il 4-4pr w dme, rmdl, w/g/w
ires Plee wii, ond condition
$700; 19: 1 Packird 4dear Ie-
den. 3 ate tik $S5. Leeving
for the kStl. Houer 2104, sec
ond flIer. Phone 7126, Curun-
du, C.Z.
FOR SAL S--1952 Oldimobile-
98 4-doer eden,. hydramatic,
radie. IBer offer. r. Ianhaft,
Phone eolboe 2-1255.
SFOR SA".-- Leasv Isthlmus:
1949 Ford Cufm V-l w/oier-
drive $350 or bs *iffor, Ca bL
sem at 168 Vle Porress an
reacliI, R.P. anytime. 3St.
d.. e a11o ,. ;


FOR SALE:- 1949 Oklsmobile
4-deor sedan, motor excellent,
. enly $350. Phone 3-2448 from
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lug day ofo the Davi '
long. round on w .b
Amerianm were whipped
Trabe af ahed HmtltR
of Bever 'ills, Cl 4i
flver was "wlS
on the cha1siM4tKs i th
whih he previoualy beHj ,
Austra i' No. 3 Sanis 4
wig. Hod, memnwhlJ. ,a
'ab8 e of trouble In EI." R,
awblPs Sammy Ot14P i o
tBton, Tex., 6-3.4 8 H.
,etu goined the Fiai t
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nuard Ba&ttn of San ,
Tex.. and Rosewall made it it
a four set victory over Ham
Richardson of Baton Rouge, La.
In the- women's divistoa, the
semi-finals matched 17-year-o ld
Barbara Brelt of North Holly-
wood, Calif., againsttPat .Ward
of Zngland and defending chaum-
pion Doria Hart of Coral Gables,
Fla., againat Dorothy Head
Knode od New York.
Miss Bret, the National Junor
champion, scored a smashing p
set yesterday over M. Ever y
Baker Flelts of Lo) Beach,
4-6, 3-0, by

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rougU the tun
year.

-GOOD NEWS

.Startlag next Moanday
12 our wsrv"ic de -l
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DAMT: -7:10 a.n
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LOURDES PHARMACY

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FOR SALE
Household


FOR SALE:--Quartormeor fur-
nitere: 2 dining talis $5s ,Mesh
metal sideboard $91 metal dek
$5; 3 bomb blInds. Ill fer $4;
potted plants. Hneen 176-B Pa-
dre Miguel.
FOR SALE.- Reeenaebi prile.
Beautiful Hollyweod twin bob,
complete; R-t ten deaspot;
'x9' rose rug; dempleal table
4 chair; small writing desk wlt.
chair and other houehold Itam.
All in good nconlien. Hoem
510-A Curundu Height. Phone
83-2233.
FOR SALE:--.vlng" roem et, S
piece; youth nnd, Rchaonebl
price. Phone -44 6 O
FOR SALE: Wetieghoyea ty-
f0ijtoar,' IS-cycle $50. Phone
Clayton 6110 during duty hour
ar Curundu Sill,
NOW You can change your
old furmntum for brand mwl No
Maey Dswn Na Co-siemw.
Immdlate dliHvery. Only
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE can
offer '4e these nsuming fuarS,
te trade-in deas. National
Av. No. 41. Phona 3-4911.
"TOR SALEI-Dining room table,
A chad .$30; metal bad $15;
dres rr $7. 0254-C Gembee.
PhLa 6-228..
FOR SALi--Tabhle, inel din-
Ing: buffet; chino closet; chairs
dUning; desk; beds with iprings
amd mattress: dressers; 1 bed
frmqf chest of drawer; glider;
studio couch; venetian blinds;
efrigertor: micl. Htms. Call
2-1540, 787-B-Balbp, Tavern-
Ilia Sreet.,
FOR SALE:- Ga Servl rfrl-
retr Itr $79, sol e lH ndition.
Call I-4I a iobe 'e
FOR JALI: P^revin served.
leather tap eoff table and m--
haenp dIal. CllI eaun S-463.


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rs; Sdwer dresme motel bed
w/sprin %%er Mis. Items.
20509.A ld 1t. Cerundu. Phmm
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FARMACIA LOMBARDO

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FOR SALt@-Great Dah pu
e* t weeks old. Call -9, .
6-3 p.m.
FORALI:-Bla kCoeekwr gen-
Mhi RPWO. 'R-awored. Onm
iA od two fomoles loft. R. F.
J horeui l211-A.Les RIs,
Ct- 'hOW.2s-154 ,
FOR SALE: .-. Mhahgae dek
$15; large imtal dining table
$10; Cushmn Mewtee oeofer
$100; 1939 Ford Coupe $150.
House 2471-0 Cocoll. C.Z. Tel-
ephone 25-3184.


FOR SALE:--Wolf Hound pup-
ple, tharonghbnds. 43rd Street
No. 2. facing Belle Vista Tie-
etar.
FOR SALE:-Wrsher and dryer
"Westinghoua Twins" nwm. 60
cydees, $550; one 9p12 broad-,
loom mi. dark green $25; Cor-
one lilhtweight portable type-
writer $35. Cristobal 3-2388.
FOR SALE:-Ther oulht r Id
Dachshund pups. 1536-A Man-
go St. Phone iBlbe. 2-4384.
FOR SALE:- Rado-phoneigrapl
combination. V.M. changer, G.E.
preo-amp.. Knight amplifer. 12-
Inch speaker, in mahoamny. cabi-
. nt. Phomie 3-6044.
FOR SALE: Slack 4okker
Spaolai i pphes, A. K. C. ra'i.s-
trMed. 7 wleks old. Toil dock-
ed, w r m d and Inoculations
started. Apply: Mrs. Paul Mc-
bonald, 72-K Fifth Street, Coca
Sol**.
FOR SALE:-Youth's Roy Rag-
an western riding saddle $25.
Balboa 3680. 530 Lore Place.
Ancon.

PERSONALS
MISS HARNETTIS CMARM
SCHOOL Is now formirg new
elqpp f'V, bm-ewive, business

mraq i nlu"ds eamplat heed
t toe .rajMl. F e fudter I n-
iremtl~ al l ab 24219 or
SPaname a5-S. II Pieame Ho-
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PH ULMUPSA, Sept. 10 .(U Mir SiUver has been In soclu-
-The d t torney said to. ala In her fashichablet ubr-
dav he .vwR he "new an -n- 1bn aome under pjychiatric
terestlngj e ence to present are since the deeth ot her
Monday At.L preliminary hear daughter, Mrs. Doria Jean BIl-
ing for Mr. Gertrude lWl veri Ostretcher, -from an qbIrIn
accused U.Map accessory in e attempt Aug. 24. Se a e-
aborti' cdath of her herEs coumpanied the 22-year-uldoll-
dafugh .' y-haired heiress atht night to
MtAfy. Samuel Dash e- thie North Philadelphia t-
scribetdtherearing as "the .uaal 4nt of Mr. *and Mrs t n
inrst toa~rd ..a crlalet I 0ehwrtz whree the dir .'
proseton." He said ft would be 'r lawyershave Leie.e to
public '. va the mother que tie on
if the 0-y.ar-ot 0 mrs. abme w ufkfrisf muf
do es ap sear otaarta ,in reament aexck.1*
answer, to al t laued 'Ira. Ost.tGser, daughter of
T'hur sh( wn l.plckea up Herman Silver a vice president
by ceanty. detectives and of Food VYtr stores, Inc., and a
brougbite stawl, pflse wourt, alece of the s u p. market
he said. chain's founder and board
Dash sald "about 10 to 15 wit- chairman, died two months to
nesses" will be subpenued to the day after she eloped with
testify, but he declined to iden- Earl Ostreicher, handsome Mia-
trfy them. ml Beach motorcycle patrolman
He said telephone company and son of a Chicago business.
records and "other things" also man. Her family said the couple
have been subpenaed for the separated two weeks before her
hearing. But he said he could death. .
tat this time Identify the The maximum penalty upon
other things." conviction on the accessory


LaEWI S RVICE

ARMACuA STADOS UNIDOS

FARMACIA VAN-DEfR-DIJS
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FOR RMNTis Fnihhaed ee-
bedreom i prment nm Vie I-
pase. Phone Clayton 610 due-
Jng office. hour or Cupndu
s5118 s a 5 p.m, _
FOR RENT-Apartment, aftir.-
lished: t bodrnees, bitk, par-
let, dining' Mom, kitchen, hot
water, sent's mom,, gonegs.
$1 IIS pr.*pt.Caemile A. Per-
re,. 4rd Shet No. 3-11,11Mll
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FOR RNT Mdern ppst-.
menta 2 boednoei, diil sitr-
tin,. parlh, $50. Leay ParLk

FOR RENTi Apartment. CaM
be ucvIted leti office. "0'
Stnet N4. 27. Ask foer &S; Cr-

FOR RENT-.-2-badeom laes '
ment, dining and sittlni ram '
screened, in San Francisco. Tel- -
aphohne 1464 Balboa.
FOR RENT:-- Apertments: me
and two bedrooms. unfurnished,
with ocean view. Uruauay Street
No. 2.
FOR RENT:-2-bedraom apart-
mont, living room dining room.
Chile Avenue, 41st Street. Tel
phone 3-0847.
FOR RENT:- Fumblsed port
ment, livinfmom, dining room,
2 bedrooms, stove end rofrigore
stor. 43r Sirost No. 4, Bl
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The arsmn Ie nts was re-
poited Mner -,n the -. ar
northern ti f_ state where


several maj fires have been
burning for O InO the Klamth
.. National oret and adjoining
With Pride We Offer tonIe..-
start an& a Ints
aies A Treks Yr ted
a delightfully beautiful, remarkably Th n wee m st
y bro avht r control a
appealing, dignified home. er hu "BarU, en t
ADDURES: Golf Belghts, Cale Antlpga. mi-" .aM delbbeotely
FACILITIES: 3 bedrooms, I baths, lvinr room, dining m aOW th t .hot


o0. en, kitchen, patIry, laundry, servant's room, large
.swiunlag pool and 2 ear garage.
DISCRIITION: This practically noew and smarttl designed
tropical residence Is situated on a n 1,9 ms, lushly land-
sped, Got Cl adjoining lot. There ae 3e s epacs, bght
and airy bedrooms, and 2 colorful, tiled baths, ete. Ad3oln-
Ing the extra large living room and connected by sliding
glau and screen doors is a magnificent Floea patio aft-
fording a beautiful view of garden ad peel. The kitehen
Is a woman's dream, modern in every repeoet. There to
elest spaeo galore, and 2 of the bedroom are alr-
a-me.
CONSTKUCTIQN: Terracota blocks and Bermuda Almalitfe
.f a Jaleuk e and alumaInum moquiito saeesning

PRICE s $59,000.00, terms obtainable.
Cam 2-M- fer appimtment to itapeet, and Infst m.


S1i Woff and Company Ltd4I
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ihrid. 8- 12I Cll k Etudian-
'. Poime 245S0.
WILL SWAP -nw 'Admbal tro
frigrator, #0- ele, for well
know neiw frigerser, 25-.y-
.de. Call 6-483 &embe.
NEW ARRIVALt Igart kblty
service .. .ame lemp sh-
"lished Shop. "ftaeide licensed
hair tyles. Cacll Clebbhoue.
Navy 381,2.
DR. WENDEltAKIEqdial Clin-
ic. Central AvmeseNe. 18-117.
apposite Chiet Mk, DOay and
night .arvee. Phie 2-3479.

RESORTS
GENE 4IL L1.S Sn1t ClIm
GUEST HOUSE. OverM eamn
se u d4 by ld trees
p, private tpto- boameh (2-
lmn. walk) ... gas m i & --
frigmtor ., cEnwdt0 8.
fleyviound I tnIW -o niihtr,
b 6 a c r cu badvfttn, Pinl-
p~Onlr, ,Pttil 0eln.. c nutO,
hanashow, etc. Current rates:
Navy 3812. .
Shrepeof' fsu lerrod 'hauli oo
beech at Santa Clerme.Tlepheno
Thompson B.albe 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. On mile
past Casino. Low rate. Phone
lalbw 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceansid Cott ,
Smar tfer. B 43,. kBlfea.
Phone Pameme 3-1877. Crise.
bal 314673.


Presno-Bequolas area: A fire 'z1.
the Converse Basin section, pre-
viously near control whipped
out of hand byristng' wind,.
Thme fire, which everat day.
ago wae threatening the famed
General Grant rewoo g"rw
now was imnS ig the 'ol
tree, the third large tree A.n
the wod, leoate4 about ftve
mll _ran t. Grant grove.
Treka ramath area: The
Kidder Crook fire, about 20 mHes
boxtbwgst of Treka, wasj Mown
aut 0 control by Increas
wind. The fire, which ha barn-
Md pearlr 2,B.00'anbw r5-
toda ._ to be att per
"rh-h ou n a.ro,, ,


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wpielsei t.Sepft.l 7tb.
Tmerdiart M m bh. Chle oi-
Chi'& Mpmiguv..Rlgftr n o .
Coll Balke 2-4239 or Paname.
3-1 60. ONLYt hniegaclasses
at Salibs YMCA. Hernert &
Duan.

WANTED
M esellaneous
WANTED: Someone deiirie
pretty kitten, two months eld
Phoneo lobe 2870. House 531
Anon.

WANTED.
Apartments
WANTED TO R NT:-2-3 brd-
room pqrtmnt or house b A-
meurfa buinesnmao. Call 2-
2686 during working hmurs ar
Hotel l l Panen, room 232.
any time.

SFOR SALE
Motoreyeles
FOR SALE: Motorcycle Twi-
umph Terrier, perfect condition,.
Phone Navy 3111.
FOR SALE:- S. A. mother bike
500c.c. single, ood condition,
new tires, $200. CAll Cristoabl
3-2415.


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crq of lIed o0 the Twen-left.
Mien Highway h. east. .Mw .
ums 97.50 mu La Inqub oa s
I I Sieet lasot No. i. >
l D.wela. '
POR SALE:-Hw. ia SI g l .-'
slice4.e lt Citlet, Gil A
No..T2: Three bodreei bml, i0h,
kitchen And r0ga ,"$14,S009.
Cell Camle A. Popes, 43rd SA.
No. 3a31. Belle Vita. Phon')- -
0434._________ _
FOR SALE:- House, fWaitenr,
refrig tr a nd lt" chep. A"p-
ply 17th Steet # 32, Rio Abe-
FOR SALE t-$12S0 dawn P "P
meant, new ne*beoutm chalet, '
light, waer, noee bus, goad
street. Juan Disk. $4200. PAT-
TERSON. Ave, "A" 19, 2-2346

FOil SALE Only $200 &wn
payment, $10 monthly, lows in
Mopte Osero for $1.50 meter
PATTERSON, Avene-"A" 16.
2-2346.'.

FOR SALE .
Boats &-Motor..
FOR SALE:-One diesel englitne
152-hp. Bade Lnovas'qomplato-
Iv overhauled. Many Stpere pds ,
SCae be e t the Pedre Ml-
Iul Beat Club or cil 4,09
anytime. 1

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, n her trial separation week from Mrs. lizabeth Crock.
i.by a'y ,Frank with ott Oldhum. of Midland, Texas -
! val i the dt a direct desenduut of Davy
e= = do. Crock
abe rnk bout it: NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Marle
'slbeei a et of tpid pub- Wilson "I wonder when they're
itR bar deciuloo, but we're coming out with an automobile
U. We'v been together on that automatically as i ft a. the
for s years. I g fa r blame."
mentaly to see bther peo- Dean Martin .and Jerry Lewis
d toaeape a feeling of be- in danger of slipping as a team be-
mined in. cause of personal differences that
.still haven't been ironed out?
DIVORCX? I don't know. "Never," .says comedy star
vent' discussed it. It's up to Claude Stroud, who split up w)th
iW. She's moving into her his brother Clarence, in 1946 when
&tMlent when she returns they were at their peak as a team.
Mi Las Vegas eagagentait. "It doesn't matter bow Jerry and
o still hair the keys to our Dean feel about each other eff-
and I still consider her the sts'," says Claude.
i gal in the world." ey will atomatleally fall hIt
what they've bee bg all these
Y, time t hear Iollywood's years ad I will eoeM d at m tt .
beating for new faces I'p bu es lf N Is ke Aft
ed of a story told about a to rete m lOn and Dea an d
eastin director with a face Jerry are -gat showmen. I have
s ZWd tr o ved. t a feeang they're going to be gret-
WPMiuIn, le new laces, CEZLsati :M:K afrt e f n
Sag nfe w fas bone game ii*th recent res
i.e' 0h 1 w g, let "private Seefttary" and "Osie
me for ht.Mi.'" and Harlet." 1ie's also playing
Se. .. a big TV talent aow "that will go
a Jam :Was-a Mi Ne bend talented people a
a new title gimmick n the pre. It w velop these people,
Sa 'mnt uG'omfioe give them material to work .with
i hinspired 5I1 as "So and bring them back again and
"Daughter of." The trend again "
J some intereigf possibil* ratherr Clarense, he says, owns
ch as "DAvy Crockett Was an auto agency In. Sioux Falls,
1Ibbr it maFybe, for some .D ad has no Intenteion of ever
e_ 'AuiMLn wi Mon e putting o makup a
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penial, Calif., aw en M~ excited as they' sample a slice from
a 1 "-poen. watet thought fhom IFt.' Slth, Ark. poised
anulouly ow' the an =re, from left, HeldeOswalt, Mllie
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Marge and Gower Chanpton and Jack Lemmon in color by
Technicolor coming release at the CENTRAL Theatre, next
Wednesday. For the sc@e, HUllywood. designer Jean LouiA
created a jeweled and gold-embroideredjpeacock sari with
sheer, shirred p;epe harm trousers. A Jeweled bolero slips
over the sleeveless bodice and Betty saoW wears a darling
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Indians' 'Daily Double'
o-
NEW YORK, Sept. 10 (UP)- Don Mossi and
Ray Narleski hang around together so much that
everyone calls 'em "the daily double," but the way
they're clicking for the first-place Cleveland In-
dians now, they look a lot more like a sure thing
nennant narlay.


First Mossi helps Narleski out
and then It's Narleski to Mosal's
aid.
On Thursday night, Narleakil
balled out Mossi in the eighth
Inning against the Orioles. Last
night, Mossi rescued Narleski in
the ninth inning against the Red,
Sex and nailed down a 3-1 vic-
tory that enabled the Indians to
remain a half game ahead of
the pack.
Bob Lemon was the winner
but he tired in the eighth and
ave way to Narleski, who made
his 55th appearance of the sea-
son. Narleski faltered with two
out in ththe n h when he walk-
ed pinch hitter Faye Throneber-
rv and yielded a ingle to BlMy



promptly atrck out Billy
eu to fnd the game.
All Cleveland's runs were the
result of home runs. Al Smith
hit his 22nd to tie the score at
1-all in the sixth inning; Ralph
SKiner smashed his 17th to put
Cleveland ahead for good In the
seventh and Al Rosen belted his
S1st for an insurance marker ln
the eighth. Ike Delock, victim of
the first two holmer, stifred
the loss. /
Two homer by part-time first
baseman Joe Colns played a big
part In 5-4 victory by the Yan-
ees over the White Box. A ev-
enth Inning double by Yogi Ber-
ra drove.In the run which eekiI
tually proved the margin of vic-
tory but Colins' two blsta help
ed the Yanks to a 4-0 lead that
eosde their path to triumph.
The victory, created to starter
Don Larsen kept the .ronxI
Bombers a half ame of theI
ace while the defeat dropped
Se third-Place White ox 3%
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Micky- MMcermott pitched v
Oix-h1ter and drove in thri
runs Washington nipped Kan
a s ty 6-5, In the first gami
of a twi-nlght twit-bill but thi
Athletics took the nightcap, 7-8
despite two homers by Roy sev
erg.
I. the already settled Na-
tionsal Lgue race, the Brook-
hle D ers coming fresh off
a pennant-elnoelag celebra-
tin. lont the opener of a dou-
bie-header to the Cuba, 11-4,
but boupeed back to win the
aoeond game, 16-4.
Cooky Don Newcoibe, wh
m open the World Series fo:
the Dodgers, was belated for
nine hits in the two innins he
pitched in the opener and
ound up with his fifth loss. Er-
nie Banks, samahed his 41it
homier off Ne come while Dee
Fondy, Eddle Uukals and Ran-
som Jackson alo hit for the cir-
uilt off him. The Dodgers col-
lected only eight hits in the
nightcap but aiong them wer
two homers/-by Don Zimmer
which accounted for six runs
and homers by Walt Moryn and
Olem Lab1ine. Banks belted hi
42nd homer while Jackson, Fon-
dy and Gene Baker ale con-
neted.
Lefthander Joe Nwchall oa
lardnnnti limited the Olanti
to four hs In boating them, 5-
0, for his 1lth victory. Wally
Pest poled his 38th homer off
loser Don Liddle In the second
innlnir an d oGus Bell smacked
his 25th with two on In the
sixth.
Del Crandall's 24th homer in
the seventh inning powered the
Braves to a I-3 trliulmph over the
PirateL. V4e1" n Warren Spahr
gave up eight hits for his 14th
victory. '
IThe Cardllala scored their
highest totalof runs since the
first week ojfthe season to beat
the PhlUles .1l-4, behind Wil-
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Archie Moore insitat he la only fm if-e -.
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'sart in the sec ndi a A MANEUVER -.1 C hicago t 1e h.8an 2 t7y 5 ai's manbo hef o e. of the Rochester .a f t teet..... f

slw ia thi e pran ofth.eri esa s sin.to scond b nu a d f e ae pt to b b cob set usf reat esge ft oirt ee rsanr "-
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lia r ahitdlon bn a tlpley ,o wfhi Tcami a th t d n inag te Yk tt atii imie et b o Lite l t

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Snr o e rt Chicago oft02300th o1 1 on (17), l, rto h' er ith at 1,bwRochester R. d a_.
gask Omh aolha-Louil meto orpub I lOth. nu wo Buln tres tnihtileal th e. K .-.0aa
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Cl tI E PARK Md Bent 10 Jone (13-18) Tremel, Davia, Delock (8-6)p Hurd and White. .... ..d -, ret e o ef any b ht h eb mot The Cuban S a ..hgs, who.
Pn thim Tatum head footbae Kaer, Perkowshi and Chet, M Probably the person most in- rabid Dodger fan r al Thon wi the d t.
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Saron Jack Russell's Terriers in ia oew
JOB STETSON Iv

h OT80 lo ng ago one of ouer a l
COLU -a.- -(N A)-t asom spuenk ulttl. tey met hr I i c
S. i e be and his fam l erie ndh emily havee o.W
been developing for varmint op,


S0r 80b type in tempera- to I pf
Aft *er o several. wgenerac c nis t oofre
Swthough.Itrm nfotbe said ht heh aa
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meatAM ability togo to nd.

'Off., .cceos selld to either bold I t a .e-
Sor foxes,. d woodchucks And other

b loks t ads xo will mov ea a went to ron with ../iAl..2OWA"
I T-,th I- ",. td the quarry surfacing HOLSTEIN, --P)-
K Undmo r tParson' Toer ori be Ins


A1 p Ldane. wace a G century ago. ParsonSB era


S. ,-I t a ,.be little L-r aon R sel s o culde at v lop, ad n.
", IL I do,.". vOthn od, some b. ein Isthedt naedaehner J rri_.I.
I \ I T As Io Champ aont ea t doged hatim noh conception of
,b t l fear and a fox teer. Sm sk went to ground with d-at a
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r son-F t' I ..-c.--...ad the h usui ted tn the rent qurfaicknessTI

.we lt ot _Lk~ lee se rctory over P one hs rpc h ers to rreerlthen indlomtsble spirit to on p o being CnC
l e uon wno fleoy, whih rsble to run on penate for their small a ted Tay P ea .- 1

late ". nim lo e mou ed ahe w-ee a.thel Oi. st reoch o.o wt-on" .- ..a.. ey, o eve s o lit toeP-rot-'nussel lso.I
....IA .."'"I, Caa e al ..... ve---dogs varied In coatrr.er some being ins ad Uda ",
S a lh o ot.iowhoCsterrmooths and some rough. Their ithe



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" IIr afin't.tttun l I -he lhard >t L.._.hBut here e..,a._l W-, lp-tba by the Ie bIre, Baooka. -put tood a--yfter aox-- atI Greory neak. en : ;.
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Sa h a rom l,, on te nd rces w os on, w n. hodnf terrier. Small It- skil a a
Sorllba mt .e i" lasluthen e cond The den Stakes at ate belongs tedles inet n The BeoldmoCarn 8otees d small d ore were more
Teb te son of Ilnder-elo Ichampionshict. and t. Chan-bred to use for varminherent hquicknessnt-
A, ecweel in qest of AbtYAW Jet and.oS Vincc Dirnec flke Boy w aI abe to r on paisfrtersmall s-ze.








oenth ^abr.. uhd ahtir owneeye ao r e ke-" Th Oeas their IAM

tMIyha is do gsetohaeartS soy go I I t rd. hat
withJohnnPOSTSCRIPT to y oh riding like the. Garden at a d, their pr
ft elli lthe knew the colt could do it all the sixteentho d o at T T elad be aOt of. w rr s [ a / J i tr
imf somuh c antgrea lle i theyo iulang pon bCge p thigs time field to which it Is so richest race. rie hs and others. ma Nl3te s'
kne noneeey eor P u Just quit piinl t e e b eNeel es will be there with four were c-iedInbaktson





I w~0 daaa iM oMd a. loop t e .te a f t, hve as will bold en r which hosack by the huntmen nd
m JOANpe o ay ----' But ba he$-IVW So3t for won tuly' m i by the Irish sire, Bazooka. p to ground a t- r e










at.. -. .Io' g o ,da e fo a t that.
Sb B ol e a w eare r ad the Even E. Cy Drake, who bred were run to earth by the foxlat ad '
asldo .. _P W inthehand-rpSwoon's!Son, willelo-.ohtunddpacka I. :
.. r aBd ,I lai go badly beaten second hId The den State belongs the two-year-old Cairns, oe at U '



re ewrr arndgsw trying toteach .o lefowltnd i+ewon IS NeSoan ka ilald ]o wh Stad po kaWssletn Park.a-e eU mpturhty everrey | '
pl aebue Sidrvot aud cri- O 25 tIy e a o chap iosi. To ivo. bred to use for varmint bunt-
rokd ('"You hav 't ourt on weae than a year ag loa. T-T heo Price Jon, a chnestnut so f Prin
.Aeo tr ite whe ........." Ier. c wever, have sen epk cugihe, wad their way to i rto ..of
-w .Master old l replied, A resrdm 1f~ /~ o. B ( why" the. otha 1. By
ill".. and wh Mart first ./And Vice Dranceso h n is chs brecng-b e








r. 4opy under Case in l,,`ietterm.at, Amhes who h .woon. by .weep ,-m
oy tire), roase ot hloop, ex- ...... laO M ts alabu K Iy on the osp inwn way In"
setf'set o cond ..y alut: Tse ...He breaks up theii* style."... some T e Jaynaws gate with teb batern leaders ad "
POSTSCRIPwalked ov nd said, "You Ine d steppedon e es le best rn u.a orV, .o o-t-S
dlear y some ther position, uas priva tely afuer his workoutb--othei aofl reinman outi, Ilo'. Bold Bfas ,, for he it.hear- :., ',', ..
lte.,summr losses on the nosete.... ne reason re e for twoyear-olds, however, a dutury at








t mutt!ered more chmp ery Keelthe latteron part possibly will be d-
ae, "I'll just quit pitching e e o eA pennantference by J m Ier- .. .. __.hm' last of









I wloss, f0 0lal in p M on e.ha ... tht 4e-1 e*ns he arid A-'ld. IPrEO.l Joh k dotle b ee bru t :tr
e sDrak for er e umo pe up some place eqppe Swoons on h y maso ,
ine, Jy uyuld haveMay wuld hia whve .. Uela rtc one. .
h*'*a a ea arte.9 ctlwng them, KaI nsasf, s and blazing turn o r speed that best
#be wo4rEdb aund fnroo Ber .m ewa Statsrfor thrlplace.;hIsendors P'Prinme d Jo eAee-







t when Duke S ir blte and-a-half lengths pin on s pafasted lked assk. A
wa trying to t Betwee en'e s dach Nebs laska d I ate lk WasIgton rk Fturity ever
Sl pivot and c.n-or olie they might be oo In Irun. To give you a rough Ia,
1. ) 11ou p't out on weekesthan a year ae. The RUB Price John, a chestnut son of Frin-







Wee floor Ieuggin g a ... ense n~.e ar'sev .en eOP o.I, euI was that f ar In front of
.'Madter iaotb replied, moreshfromw14Aareas first two the othe.r12.







cust "e yhoulan't of done it don't le o r o le its who matur d into .un" The only rap against Swon's
.- unde. andrwenCMArtinfrstletterme at Ames who should -em bSe oio UkI






of aC ..undlo.er CPey l ,Martin. know what it 8a a A-boU t o ~ -wn'-.an-., ,,Ip
~ag i, D aui an o Mansas shouldEdue t iSwoon.'..onIw llnotgetie e have eehe
se--fdseco nd ... until T.... breaks up their atyle'... smegame. gate with the eastern leaders and









walked over and said. '-you Rcky stepped on the scaes r looked much the best in CAlIfornia LoUCost.
hur privately after his .orkout-. their i.freshmman Outfit. ilo's"Bold Bazooka for heIithead-seirfir









I er so ers ,B on the nose.... One rason the e ed for the red Futurity at
Kmdel they a frrs the champ ia rooting so fervidly oNEXT:Tn everAKeenland the latter part of Octob-

Va TT.chase.., those oh and A-ad Prince
I*it Wv" uDuke Snidsr.blasted Put am.25 PoundsAnd slic-ked-auth. M O: : and Stabl---- ..l1....e--Nee-

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THIRTIETH FEAR


PANAMA, R P., SATURDAY, 8hIPTSMh 1t, I1M


HELD IN SLATING -- Dom'
inicki' onomi, 31, leaves the
district attorney's office .in
Brockton, Mass., after being
charged with the murder of
his estranged wife, Mildred.

Tolls Suit
(Continued from Pare 1)


forestall a rise In toll rates. They
pointed out that the price of ev-
erything else has doubled and
trebled since the Canal wai
opened in 1914, but tolls were
reduced 17 years ago.
"Even if the $1,500,000 lumr
In Panama annuity Is not charg-
ed to the Panama Canal Com-
pany," one observer pointed out
'there's sure to be a move tc
raise tqos."
One housewife shrugged fu-
tilely and remarked "They keep
recomputing commissary prieel
-just how much more can we
take?
I'mr'like people In a concen-
tration camp, Just numb,' said
one man, "nothing bothers hei
any more. All I can say Is 'so
what'?".
This may explain wfY", the
shipping lobby didn't go '"all
out" on the treaty, one legal
mind otberved.
Whatever the outcome "you
can %ft we'll be affected," wa
the titude of another worr.


I eth tralnt g in the amr es
la Phrlylls Kirk pulled a
swltdt*. 'SB*e want to eamr
'-emethtag about meeting, s6o be
h"s left f6lmand to ww.lI,
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Senate Republican To Press



For Cut In Defense SDendin


WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 (UP)- the committee in January" for and "mnet .djeros." Bar bhe
Seon. Styles Bridges (R.-N.N.) said more more, Robertson said. said het had ahead Mr. T r a-
today he will press for further re- Administration officials general- man's reua ,
auctions in defense spending when ly agree that defense spending is The President confesred f or
Congress meets in January. the key to whether the budget can more than an hour with Radford at
Bridges, top Republican on the be balanced thiz year. The goal is the summer.White House before
Senate Appropriations Committee, to open the way for an adminis- turning his attentiop to a week.
mpde the statement in the midst tration proposal for a tax c u t end of Republian arty problems
of a growing controversy-over ad- when Congress reconvenes n ext and the urgioga of GP leaders
ministration proposals that milita- January, that he run 4cr re-election next
ry expenditures be cut to help bal. Radford said new Pentagon e-.yeaS.
ance the federal budget, cuqomies will change "basic mill- Radford is)d he conferred n,
Sea. Paul H. Douglas (D-Ill.) tary pror'alns" and that "fro m Detroit Thusday with Secretary
accused the administration of tht standpoint of security the of Deftsne Charles ?. Wilson.
submit a "f a k ae military country has never been better He said Wilson and' the Joint
budget" iast January in an e off" Chiefs are both anxious to econ6-
fort to "claim credit twice for Radford, told reporters that "a mize but "there, will be no chang-
set of savings." ny statements that expenditures as in the basic military programs
His charge was prompted by re- will be. reduced to such an extent that were presented to Cogress."
ports from defense officials that that basic military programs will Radford used thAtgure- of 37%
the Treasury is'pressuri them be changed are not correct."- billion dollars as the total of mill-
to cut spending to help wipe out He siad there are "always tary expenditures authorized by
th predicted S1,700,000,000 deficit chances to effect economies" but Congress for the present fiscal
for the current fiscal year. but "I doubt" that the latest eco- year but aarently .meant 33%
Dol told repo r h n l mt oy steps will total a billion dol- billion, whie .was me amount ac-
Douglas told reporters that last lars as reported. tually voted.
January's budget was a "f'a k e" Radford also Indirectly took The administration Is committed
because it itemized mlita!y Issue with f o ramer President to holding military spending to 34
penditures totaling 35 billion dol. Harry S. Truman's charges that billion dollars but there h a v e
Jars but claimed that billion military cuts are unjustified" been reports of still further econo-
"wuMldbeha uved lalntr frmman-.


specified sources."
Now, he said, the administra-
tion is trying to "claim credit
twice for one set of savings."
By pepouing until now a de.
cision on where the money will
be saved, he said. The adminis-
tration is "weakening our nas-
tonal defense."


But Bridges told theanpnual con-
vention of the Councirof State
Chambers of Commerce in Atlan-
tic City, N.-J., that "we can on-
tinle to make reductions without
l i our defenob--potiMttl or
/weakpning our defdnse posturts."
He did not elaborate..
Adm. Arthur W. Radford chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
said at the summer White House
In Denver that the military serv-
lees will make further savings
wherever possible but "there will
be no changes in basic military
programs. '
Adfgrda who made the state-
meat after conferring with Presi-
dent Elsenhower, said he expects
defense spending to run '!over 34
billion" in the current 12 months
"but I don't know how much and
I don't believe anybody does."
Bridges said the administration
has established "a program for
domestic economic streng, cou-
-'. w#'" a military defense pro-
gram which is geared for the
i d .. and which can be main-
iained for a period of time."
Douglas won supportfrom Sen.
A. Willie Robertson (D-Va.) a
member of the Senate Appropria-
tions Committee.
Robertson said he doe* not
see how any cut ean bemade
in IA military bM e without
qrg the d aefeMe e ert.
*teyt had better not make any
cuts and then come ,'back before


Truman Accuses Administration

Of Crippling National Defense
-**** S w--


CHICAGO Sept. 10 (UP) (UP)-
Furmer President Harry S. T r u-
man today 'accused the adminis-
tration of. "crippling national de-
fese" i order to reduce spend-
l ao d a be able, tobalane the
b et and cut taxes in e for
ali eOM lecthos. .
He charged in a speech to the
Executives' Club of Chicago that
adminastatioa cutbacks in t h a
Arm: ground forces are "unjusti-
fied and most dangerous ai the
present time."
The former chiet executive de-
parted from his prepared text to
;ash out at the Eisenhower re.
gime, saying he has been "very
ry uch disturbed for some
N eby the admimtstration's pol
icy ol crippling national defense
Ia order to keep expenditures
down."
He said he has heard reports
that this is a "politically-inspired
plan to balaLce e the budget and at
the same time cut taxes."
"It's too great a sacrifice to
make on the political altar," he
declared. He said such a policy
would hold "grave danger to our
safety here at home and be dis-
astrous to our allies abroad."
In his prepared speech the for-
mer President warned that the
nation is losing its "margin of
leadership" in armi. supremacy
over Russia, and cautioned U. S.
leaders to be wary of current
"sweet talk" from the Soviets.
It was a strongly-worded fore-
eign police; address in which hte
former President swung out stout-
ly in defense of a powerful mili-
tary establishment as still t h e
best "shield against disaster."
He said he was for an effee.
ive disarmament under United
Nations inspection, but warned
against "the dismantling of our
armed forcess"
He said he didn't want to put
a damper on peace hope, but felt
this country should be wary of
Russian "sweet reasonableness,"
in view of the past record of the
Communists.
At a question and answer pe-
riod that followed the speech, Mr.
Truman was asked if be thought
President Eisenhower could be
beaten if he ran for re-election.
"I never was a defeatist and I've
never yet seen the Republican
that couldn't be beaten." he re-
plied.
In response to another ques-
tion, he said the only thing he
"repented" about the firing of


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mty move In an effort to aince
the budge -
Radfca-d said he did not want
to be to conuflict with former Pres.
ident. Truman, jwho made his
charges jn a speech at Chicago.
"I can.only make my own state-
ment,".- A said.
Ha '"I don't know of any
such t and I think I-would."


Radto added, "I think we
have basically a very ounad de-
femse prorae mS ft :Sk these
sand of saee a d the g e.
try has never be. better aft."
e said "thear ae o plans that
I know of to change mee...basie
programs,
As for future mltary budets,
Radford referred reporters towil-
son's congressional testipopy ear
lier this year that a 34 billion dol-
lar military spending. budgt may
be necessary for seerp4 years If
there is no igmalfleat .iaprove-
meat in the world situation

Bids For Building
PC Dock Fehder
Rejected- Too High
Two offers received Triday.
one entered by Bradon Ina, and
the other q isthmian Conatnw-


Gen. DouIlas MacArthur w as ton, Inc. for te consructon
' t I di 't daeI ttwo yhu of a dolphin or fender at the
He said he didn't send MacAr. lM reected by thePsaiSms ca-
thur the I'a River in Korea be.- n C any a too igh
cause "there -veo a rllsliWand ... ...a ...
ia ,omtzuzlsts ,a of
could't *i- hmOMU," and- lark T o i
c g ..lk .-T I *lt. i. Mvrn r.c:
In an earlier press conference aeed Friday morniur in .the
the former President reaffirpoed lbea Helghts AdminitratUon
his support of Adlai E. Stavenpon Bulldnlt..
for the 156 Democrtiec preoildenrt
tial nomination and said he be- The construction of the dolphin
lived falling farm prices would conlstoa of the Installation of
be a decisive campa ignssue. nine 800-foot piles to replace
He added that he didn't think the existing dolphin which has
there was anything the Republi- olles broken off just below the
cans could do to "remedy" the water level, and the removal
farm situation. of the. existing broken 9iles.


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in Phlaadal afterAt
the world'* spe4d rtcord.
per hour In two pames over
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alm heu, ODel
Joh stk t,


off at Kitamnd Air Force For ^%4 |umue.aeto l



French Agree To ve Morocco



Large Measure Of Indepe t

PARIS, Sept. iq (UP) Th e lution saying Ben Yousaef should However, Ben Araf has refua
Prench government haL decided not be permitted to uleve Madsa to step down.
to ivde orocco. a large measure gascar uptl he formanul reononc-
of indpendente isder a new pact. d allU dai s to the Moroccan
safeguarding YitTal Frtnh nter- throne for himself and hi chil-
Ms in the protectorate, it was dren. l .f l
announced t. ..yn Bh.ub L t le
General of Army Georges Frane pressed on eerl fnts "nri.
Citrou-,. special government ea to sad sutmat before M-
voy, said France plans to rise, td Bdine1 t-- '
Morocco to the st t a "muo eat, o Moroet m.
em state." alu.. Boys 8 (I s
-L ,.I aw l. -u Autherljm esed f li bead. -


be ugaied establlabg an. Intor-
dependence" -.wee. Moreq
nad France, salunrdn lay-
ter's eto*o .tra.-l, calta.
ral and diplomatUe intereste.
Catroux made the statement atI.
er he and a top foreign ministry
official, Hear' Yrissou. eancldqd
a five-day series of talks with
ex-Sgltan Sidi Mohammed B e n
YOussg at his place of exile in
Madagasear.
The two special envoys knew
to prip today from Antalrabe,
iMdhih ear, where t won e
exiSuuan'd aProval for Premier
IAEar Faure a Moroccan peace


demrq Fure's overnment far
foUing a "policy of abandon
m t, A Morocce. rc .
Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay
left he- meeting in a storm e -
dignatin when the motion was
rifinally passed
7T meeting then passed a reso-




Fsro Cor Helped

To Wto At. LbrarY
A c0py of the 1955 All-8ports5
"AIV, which was compiled
tth'- MaiotanUC of Victor
nS %1tforr i 'Balboa Junior
SS a llmei student. was
sthe e Canal 7one U-
-aWr ,,. th son of Mr. and
O nwSy -of &-
b, tlaasib ewnt sports
or the VldoIta, Ga., Daiy
Tims 'Ie bodl. which is a &d-
v of' apOs news from al
y.the'Uited State, Is a joint
eftart of a number of sports ei-
t Dunway was educated
I Cr Zone seMeols
1 tRraduatf of Bawts,
Sehool.. He attended the C
Zone-junor Cellgw andin 11950
was gratusted from Flor Ida
*taUtUlveritty where he at -
godoalt. From 1943 -
1 worken as a student as
nt Ina the Canal Zone Ll-





w lk etfor,.tetai


smls pirent^Tepber iAnB-
Th reception. which
begin at 7. pBm., wiji be
SeWh Diablo 9elghto gym-
aaft gemettfor the racer
Hall ase benf W b fyh AC
s hued ty Mrs.. 01ta
Q A larW" turnouret

b ttOt *A


I To guard against threatening
yiolene. Fran4 pl4tsed to'uMove
25,000 relnfo-cements into Moroc-.
co. Ths vanguard was flown into
Casablanca Thursday night from
NATO garrisons in West Germa-
ny. .
Military sources sadd the rein-
forceants -would- bolat to 80,000
the MAber-of Fredb soldiers in
Morecco by Menday.
Native quarters in the big cl-


Youssef two years ago.
Ben Arafa never has been po-
pula., and his departure has been
a ted upon by Fresch and Na-

BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY. SIPTEMBIR 11
1046 a.m. 4:,9 a.m.
11.41 p.m. M:52 p.m.
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Sixteen births were forded al
dc.o SooB Hospital. kti ng the
wee ending.. Wedftay SSep
Ia 4cordingLto the rtlr o
t report. A .total' of I01 atleq
were admitted and Ai were-
cnargek dtufing that tioart.. -
Babies were bom to the f
Ing Ameriean citizens: Mr. at
Mrs. Sam OlIgs, (Of Coco
to, son; Mr. and Mrs. -Rober
'Quain of Coco Solito da
Sgt. and Mrs. James P.
dricks, of Fort Giuls..eksM;.
and Mrm eiJm i.L-A4


Bibles wak B'omUto the fdqO11
log gareataibf other-i'atlonalUtiea
)fr. and Mrs. GranuIl Cmped4
of Colon, a Mr: anMrs. r
L. Pesaoa 1 atanb Cty, .ase'
Mrf and Mas. Va$ Rtekay,
Cola', dauS -ri, l4*W and bwr
CecilG. Ltwl, of" bow ,t,
da uhta; Mr; trt, :3 sa1.
Walaott, of spa;
and Mrs. Cirilm e, ot Cto
Ion, son an M rq. Mrs. V'
cent Watson, of Rsn1 City, soag


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