The Panama American


Material Information

The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:

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US Inpmeto Un Plan
ealtresed confidence today at
the' Soviet Union is loin to-
ward acceptance of Predent
lenhower'a military inspection
U.S. sources said this became
apparent as American disatua-
ment expert Harold B. -targen
outlined to the U.N. diarta-
ment subcommittee American
plans to seek U.N. General As-
sembly acceptance of the plan.
The Americans said subcom-
mittee disc ons. which resume
at 3 p.m., lcated. Soviet Deil.
egate .Arkady A. Sobblev boega
to grasp the oerilcan positlo
that there must be an adequate
Inspection aittm In operation
before any actual arms cuts can
take place.
They said they believed the
Russians were moving toward
acceptance of the ]Esenhower.
plan for Soviet-American ex-
change of military blueprints
plus aerial and ground Inspec-
Mon as a "pr".dIanmament
stasen. Informants said, also
Is satisfied with the support ac-
corded the Etsenhowereplan "'at
this stage" b Britain, France
and Canada, the other members
of the subcommittee,

New Norwegion
Ship Makes First
Transit Of Conal
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Tropic Seas

SHE'S A HIT WITH MaG4--e "w Miss America.liharoul
Kay vRitehe, gtta a -big ui ffrtun Mug In New York. Miss
Ritchie was a guest on a egevilon show andR uggs wu'most
happy to make her welcome.

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IIAMI, b4. 14 (UP). Two .
mihly itorm, just under b.Ir-r
nihty rtms, just 'hur-*
zieane a_ uhtat the U eat .ex- .
peted build up power within -
hours, i d through tropical wa- ....
ters -o te U.S. mainland
today. ? NEW YPIK, Sept. 14 ( c
Hurricane Hilda was se.aded that th0 FederMl dOvyrmnent
west some 350 mas iast south- brought ye r 1 Ai
east of Havana, with winds of 70
miles aw)odr-denthd by a slash for recovery of $21,0 000 in 1teo
across the mountainous country of lCted' at the Palai6 Caai *i i
Cuba's southland. lectoet.tbe P 6 Calonse,
S,_. IITIe compoes also s lWkt ""
Storm lone, with winds already T" ,ovemnt ha 20
up to 70 mBle an hour, was found Th government a O 20.
1,000 miles to the east of the Lee- der normal procedure. It was
ward I d. It was expected would t consider the gove
reach ft_.hurricane fury of after pwildkenl na 0MOnthel ove tnwo
Iosm perhmt"within month or nvo t Mwon Ifw1t
_oe appeared to b .mor be brought to trial. ,
Z.r n.Ue. m o Sin the st.mship thcir
mam d than ild for she was terms in New York it was assume thl tit
sarid r thwest than her ss tried in New York without on of -jr
ter. ariing, '

SIone was found by reconnais-
sance aircraft. An advisory is.
sued at nea by the San J u a n,
P. R, weather bureau placed the
storm' pesan about 330 miles
east of San uan. It war moving
at a speed 10 to 12,'miles an

Tropi -stoam ilmso struck south
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George C, Charlton, secretary
of an American Merchant Ma-
rine Institute committee on the
Canal tolls problem, said yester-
day the steamship companies
based their suit on an audit
mado by the General Aout
Offitce and US. Scotoi
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biqwod .the !ad beew
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given the F-1024 jt laterceptor a ,
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Wi |h h laem' ., u, M nd t oei the home- by'.arC g~fa
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tsb dIsssI ed C s fIam the ralrg Parties to the suit are: Grace for 'hta reLat -
the diseual S Re Fla irom tk e r &te e n_ .... "---"*--- T-he
nese ambassador Wa .Pin n, Pan er rome to sev fe t. UnsLne. bran The bovenbmelt i-
said uch high lev inudag the Shanetytown mectim ', Luckmnbach iS S io toe a Apr toi
would be "prematu un ep- o. the Meond tie Ina two weeks Company; Matson Navigation gM and honors a.d I;
ing carried out its promise free with the worst flood in 22 years. l Intrests. It ai M
the Americana. 1-Ye et sr-O Q ,dht
At the close ottodW's one hour Hundreds of others were report-16-Yea r- Gets lta"at M*lim-mdi
and 45 minute sesfo b et wees e d homeless in eight e x ican e a ., euld vAr i
Johnson, the Chhtee spokesman States, and rai su l road service Q enr Ce occa throne. -
said: w seated. More storms were ..
"In m autborfe4dto y t hat tfed by the weatrmanan Fd hPet/ty hefttT W Thee ysa t.
during today's ~ Aioo ambas- cials feared the situation would aei by.
sadbor Wa prse that under bee catastrophicc. steal 80 worth of- to arl
agendad) Item tWaO.-- o er dense For stea ntg $1.60 worth of la A
practical matter at issue.- we In Los Ael-s,thed ..... .scren wire from a building ainNorth.Ar
should. discus, the listing of the smog onred .blenketed the a- Ancon, an s-year-old Poaama t re$6bctd,
trade embargo afd we should& tereyeste da. wihg eye-Irritating Man was sentenced to 30 da' Out f'rthe
so like to raise the question of the and lung ehon a fu mes which ap- in jail during this 'ZRo i- h. -
preparatory work for further Sino-1prosehed official "health melna e' sessioni n the Balbo. Max ne
A a nerat'sCourt. Dne.
American negotiators at a higher vels. I The defendant, Darlo Zambra- two oth
Another spokesman explained, Five persons were treated at cl- nO. as picked up last nighttOO
that this would mean a face to- ty hall for eye irritation, and the after ne had picked up .15 lbs.of
face meeting- betwela Chen aad blue-black haze cut visibility to of screeh wire from building _S3 -ome
Dulles. 0honly a few blocks. iIn Ancon.

$64,000 Chow Hound

NEW YORK,. e 14 (UP),.- The 28-year-old career officer Cosom.~uelle (a r
i "Wow! I'm all opt wows, but ("I'd like to stay in the Maripeswith dump ings or M' al.l
S wow an nywTay! I'm vieled and until they throw m eeut"') dou- filet de truite saumo,.nes'(a K,
its all over, thamk Gd." .bled the stake of $12,000 he had of sea trout). sauce 'ja
Thee ._hl i won the previous week by dishing Ilandaise sauce with __
Those were the ierts that eame up the correct answer to a seven- Juice and rind), pet*t Ms a
tumbling uut of.Ca, J Rich a rd part question in his chosen cate. francais (cooked peas with ono.
Sherrilt McCutat night aft- gory, food and cooking. butter and sugar). corbolle (a (
er the Mar $".t 00 on .. basket of fruit), C~.atea Ygu to-:i
a quiz show the situation The query dealt with a meal (a French sweet white wine) ad wh
well in hald. served on March 2, 3 9, at Madeira serial ..(white, dry o
McCatcbe,ia egeeiag expert Btuckinghan Palace to F;ee nch wine).
--who was the s o e-taat ev- President Albert Lebrun and his mit-
ed that they have Ieer to go ft win e top wife by King George VI andI For the finaL question, McCutch- co. .
t which increases prize ea Ct0 .S "n $64.Q ,- Queen Elizabeth. ..." as permitted to bring in sa
wd at top Is the sO Questis,.Ml e broadly McCutche., who twice flunked expert for consultation.
at bottom is the and waved ad4 eMsh about his Boy Scout coWking test, was He chose his father, retired ia
reduces drag. taxes. asked to describe: val Gapt. John McCutchen, anot
--er cooking hobbyist who was wdt-,-
ed in the audience.
olarships In US Now Available .. si..Choi
this way: "I have brought mntM .
'"- lAdvisor. As you haew.. Mete -
iUmmmm d St i -'from-.
radate, rguate, uate Students =h -v :
fh the Unite States un ec.ieaf a ele d ba dte ply Immediately for (Raa td r. wa cea- aftder
d for feIllowship tu. ef awa n, or ast ebtal Sanks to th secretary te aggiga M eert el e a eeted
l openings. These emddlMeal a a Committee or Slady a I T a m a s o ed 1) e hours-.
,be for graduate or eher sou alee seeh in the U.S., Am soIW =, -" .- .Araa's .
study. to p ew mb of a r wa Panama, of to the U. 6*1 athert program. thheahuoink will signal
:ulylag for graduate for ctoe t ewsMee while a- ticm Center. ariMsa ide wa m. :h tss f the dynastle
us possess a prlee- n w e paBled e a ludiy by oe kept Moroca

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"'ear-old Brooklyn I Marion Marlowe Lee Cooley
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aline. Air seodtlemed, radio, room set, vnity, bookshelves,
pewn Noosin. Poi **hete lompar *junk eiw d -eeplets-,W
hydrmtic tramnim8miie, white- pi n slehia, stove, kitchen u-
wel tires; E-Z-1yqi, two- tensil,- e. All bet condition.
ted Iliti ab ,, des.- blue After 5 p.m, El C 'niFjo "F"
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Chyf Catalion. Ekuimppd with
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lfae 33 or 14 modal. House
0356, Apt. 11. Ancsn, after 6
FOR SALt.-'SO Olds Cnver-
Sia,. eIsoet ueadlteM. Apert-
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SL .4L EnIlih Pyi e N e 2 rdi lar le e table roge. 168 Via 1lgo ene.oaw.
SbSem aw0on % mdedaL PhM one 3.907o ase t3-1 o0. ONLY m, aleMl ns FORRiM
Of e,,hwa,,erwue -_...40 ,.,0. Wanted to Buy %., .
shh Tme dds 11t 71 t "Il "t- tooWAMYS- ReeU* Prilced
DUR d. i, Ho. N. 2269-A, ofter 5 ranti pitan I ood ti" n.
0.t, Th ltint In o so rie l 66Ip ofe2m. 87- -o mpr1 U1 ... "rr, | lm
,a w c ho the er sC r e t
N4e R B OmpO a- the direction of Fro4erlck Bare st -.
tcolo c will be held at theaUSOlJWB Arm. Im' I P ll" P Ie
El Pan Hse atd cYe C Zt itJenner fols Falling Farm Prices

liFt e ss aIL T .May; w a fect GOP.Ch nces NextYear, ,
hN of wurdsn rin.iW to sight,
e I M das ben dirie ASns t. 14 (UP) mkd-wesatern .-M I ul i heS
e t de l 4~ Whr epublican t fa I t-
Sof regain- I.aft3FY
of h. ConSres next elect ase. cow-'
a ola n pr c ent cotton felt, t do so. Barest will offer ye ar if f tm prices keep falling. dates. .
ton, which the maker ay eUtive commentary to the Even glth President Elsen- DcIe I tot te record eeflmlc
eed. n tempter IeU d t hower beading the OOP ticket. boom. -int Rarm.prcrs
MMnt w itd m with r. K)P congressmenlIA l. ll
o S. C B who br. -in farm n h district will be In h taed st ir-er
Color, can b pye d Is itheCan Zone. ds trouble unless the agriculture under te ts ernment price *
do hi -o eItfs l8 de i d ta N York U s- situatio improves. t pP am. t r
e IsW. ln lte a e eogram hasn got o d the price deline. *
rrb 'Ilan metr, r d '" program has goo helg
SP "vj t to e Svd, he said in an in- lOUpe wS the ri in the cost U
id oi en the ive t; teaeiln ltervlew bed f l talk he he ad of ood farmers must buy, has
-(A- loss".& Alop, : d 40ith4 md4lana farmers. hi at not only midwetmrn trm-
Sam .R cern ove ar th agriculture i, but the small bulneasnn
IN. 401.W. 91 X2 11 ainDg 543U.Wil stoakpa ha been ahowiaC up whop pcutomers ae chiefly
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foe. ON Klter otitute of b"p t their 1SI else- IRepublloa to ear a E
"ATBVLB, Wio hi.-- (UIW) I 'ie n id. wa My. IsW ..ti"' o feiner' anabyi onlt eletloni un
VtarMM We .rlT~oter(thtn moyt. if the ftrm picture eterloaesI I
mo id lol much more," he
H recent his father Sta Ary with '- ail Ol.,t ia
became ase n9 II aden con- Republicas state
,Bmoktll jS h.Icoanwsi 0i ;w im it the SMm depr whomo t hndm lost e too c k
SShi n oi usu the I election note of the poblem s d
cL b,,m "anohUer 11I," yer of PlestRichard M. NBn
bOt dsb- +oa tao 9K V41 .", R5 er : maty e vItry. state, during a vWt to Pfledentb i-
at___ saSiS tiT ShenaJe ms y firma.Irs o aor- I=1es'YriNsitu c t sm
.Playho TPasadena, Cal- allyputo a m ay, h rer .
Per-MutIt dFred pTra i from s the Pr m $ s a mid, owevar, that he
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A%94'* stic-ly w oti ols Pr- stille Rvr the p
tsieos bjb got e alutaing a suon.
nof the most novel --s5udea, C
aedvuoueu In they In D- Bersasala. appeared p r o-
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Was tta .opal triumph for the 'S_ .that powers America's vehicles
t. -n d,. She played the daugh- and .o er machines talht flver
te"- '6 a U.Sr A'rmy colonel hi ho 4,..rch the 6iers If it ,L ao r
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DURAND, Ill., Sept. 14,(UP) kn w Ithe dread disease.
This tiny town offered mats fray' A^S l^_en U.e the only optsad
era today for a grievlig fr in wt ithe a
family, eight of whose 14 children "-it' s pi4 we were picked
have been stricken with polio. oon '
Farmer Keron -Walbs, 53, ald a, one of the un
"we need a I6t of .prayers." stricleT4KJd received an inocula.
Four of his children were in hos- tion ofSalk vaccii.h
pitalswit polio ad four More towardd leauded the family for
were In bd at home. The nost "dbing a fine job" of caring for .. a
serious was David, 17, who those at home. He said another
an iron lung at Rockford Town- reason he removed Julia to the IirotoUv
ship Hospital .with bulbar polio. hospital today was to ease the ia, Tu I eerihteaSrot "
Edward, 16, also. was in the load at home. '-ow SAuo iew It. 'o i l
township hospital and Rosellen, 5, Walsh, who farms 60 acres rad to. '-"
and Julia, n ., o nef twine, wePekere,;' aid'-he- ad a V 'Moo t mt
in t. Anthony's Hospital. anee policy to ease som'o the tfl Budkley'is.
lia was taken to the hospital financial burden, "but money Ihave, old. So
et polio, tha 'sw we pen'~ on l
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vd % a e not have the down to m-ove out fautr esc.'tk uleht quality,'
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Fancs food and offering
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ALONG WITH the pictures of destruction and death left in the wake of Hurricane
SDiane,.roving cameramen managed to catch some .off-beat scenes tinged with the
unusual and even a bit of humor. Here are three such photos from the state of Penn-
sylvania. Top photo shows a railroad freight train on a bridge between Portland,
Pa., and Columbia, N. J. This train, however, isn't crossing. It's there because its
added weight will e.lp hold the bridge in Delaware river. Center photo shows a pat-
tern caused by a washed-out section of track south of Stroudsburg. Last photo shows
.'a billboard ad for chewing gum. IHe's having trouble, keeping his. head above water.
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PUT TO FLIGHT-Supersonic Air Force interceptors make their first formation flights
over southern California. The all-gray interceptors can reach into the stratosphere to
pinpoint enemy bombers in any kind of weather, at any time of the day or night.


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ISN'T SHE NICE?-Artist's model Nicole Duqtiesnoy shows
why she was selected as the "Queen of Nice" by French
judges. The 16-year-old lass models for top artists there.

THIS DRAMA IS WELL CAST-President Eisenhower watches his seven-year-old grand-
son David cast for trout in the pond at a ranch in Fraser, Colo. The President, who
was pleased with David's casting, also instructed him in how to golf and ride a horse.

NPrpuIfrUty tint .
Keep mouth fresh and
S.I0.l etea ., thsweet

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HE CAIMf A LOT O f W HT-This belboy at the Bright Angel lodge stares at
luggage as another oeptiallp of 7,000 visitors arrives daily at Grand Canyon National
. I ark. Statue observil e tg is of Jmuy .Lnd, the famed Swedish Nightingale.
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PICTURE PRETTY-Screen actress Joan Crawiora tries SW _-
an outfit for her starring role in a current film. Thip is a -I
full, dress-length hrite mink coat with deep tixedo
panels and full lining nf ranch mink, wQ t makes it re- 'e|
versible. It's worn over a white crepedrWVith ulu skirt. '.
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-M *,eies4 Abortion Death

9lIPEB~IBgiA,4,ipt..14 (UP).,-
Dist.Atty. Samuel Dash t od a-y
premised two or mqre additional
arrests in the abortionn death of
Mts.?Doris Ostreliber, food chain
.heiresnwhose ,-marriage. to :a -mo-
tor-cycle ihop ended ii. tragedy.
Tlhedeadbedl sa motherr a n d
tw.ooers already have been ar- the' ee.
r I0tn Schwmets, .V,

Dash. said th oa w th ld
not 'need to-hiavi c* e fi ba,'
t==-ft'^E11"W!d 9

She Was- accused of -constirary
and being an accessory before
the fact: in the abortion.
Dash revealed .today Schwartz
andhis ,wife both have. police rec-
ords for theft.
eIlsaid conviction on the elgrg-
as oed, against thein-comnIml-
tig e .abrion, attempt, acceso-
ry.before. the act. perjury, 09-
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ne s, ad a lines.
h)ash.-d the ease "is Uarjt m
lee-yet ..and evidence is
"*^ne ,ttW W t 0 :kp '.r,
4o .have t:be
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Bt is it pOPibne Ir South it
ehis gaMe contract ~ s .iy
i sHe rmust oae twoapn ub
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one lapale.
Ps vw Mtionithis may when youe an
ll thea oads. W hen e hand
Actually played, i*Wvr,
3041 bid tWo d 4WvOn '.
t, he Mcold e. I nd e de mNyh oand, the -of tie -Country ^gl eat,
e et eso the tour ofpadeqs,
Iut ubesitatingly madle
pNay that htlats he contract
m South. The convention
un4had play ithen l Us
aided by
uth won with te ace f
lea, automatically atsuming
the queen of spades was
West .hand. This was, $f
xae, .exactly what Kaplan had
aded hi to -believe.
uth continued by taking the
diamonds and ruffing a dla-
d in the hope that the queen
Id drop. Nothing of the sort
ended so he drewtruzps with
Sq are d sin and then ,ed a
re Irom dmjnny.
lan fqlloweed ith& a low
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OSLO, Sept. 14-(UP)-The
42 ,00-ton whaling factory Ship
Juanm eon was offered for sale
in Norway today. n
SAn advertisement in the
news cAdresseA-
Trondheim newspaper Adresse-
wls ersr4e bumsrs
i e d .10f y l~irentos ptroe

The advertisement maid:
"Public tender. For the sale of
a whalil antory sip, of 42,207
metric tons displacement, built
by emerts. arlantd ntd or Vlff,
elfjot, joQrthelm Ireland and
completed In 1951."
1) he head office of Yu l-
mtentos Pdtrollteeros Viscales
(the Agentine e government oil-
fields a the Argentine republic)
Invites toa public tender, to be
ed on aiov.4, 15 r the
of the wehaltt enctory hip
"2)? This vessel was length
overall f 2D2i9 nte, berth
S$8 8 meters a -a m^eN atum
l 4 displacement of 42.207 metriel
o te tons. Lloyds e&ter of ship-
Ois- I plng: 100 A.I.
t 3) It is a twin screw ship,
driven, by diesel ignes and wag
humilt pecaliy Jr whallag pur-
17e illoffer used -1 men-
tf Ndrweglan whaling
circles. It w m Aknown wheth-
er any Norwegkan company so
far had anpe4 q to t yaci-
h eadquarters at tor
40-90 ies brMnc e t Duesle at dorf.
2t bes-baen known beam for
sone -time that the Argentine
government a @ ed for bids
on the vessel. ut It was assum-
( --W = jP ed ihere that *.a gin gov-
Jbuyernmust n 4meala I
tm.A M nd t the / agm=Wt
i m'iTner Wargenti g.
2 t as lepoted .t aetGreok-
_Asentie dshipouser A eas
--OnaSlis-.tfll in Argentine eiti-
zen-had made an offer and
nam that the comntW &ientlna de
Pesca was also Interested

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Lawrence KeUey of Cheshire. ar-I
rained in tnw court on a r ar.o,
of driving through a red W sad
a to be oTerlf l,
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BAN FRANCISCO -(UP)- Sal' building Smed for his famous f. -'
Francisco hp a ready answer or ther, Captain Robert Dollar. I Just three years u-o a new
those ubo c.lend lgregrnagt N ned fr th fltiish explorer, p1n was f.or, Dollar 741i.
and _eaparat.v &r' i We H. ru hjy, t4e C l. ate Ie. Taire-'. tiN ."
inevitalle when one reaches three ,Dr W- Ma J ft_ n. the ensgelAe DrCn." K
score and,15. tiers tiny California Street office e@iates, among other thin. .
The hig antithlis to t here at the age of 17. For hg dul jouth Pacific Air Lines and the
Sl, o-ole of steaographer and offee holiday Hotel in Reno, Nev.
wI. OW AaUr ag- boy, StanleUy reew t0 S W Month.
ate'who celebrated his 75th birt- At the time h initial em- Besides all this, the con;.:. :l,
dry in July Whle still holding ployant yo Stanle' there white-haired eactt cc.
forth at his bustling oWea in thew t al amItisr toseas iI eitt hui-
S.i .s I oM .aie- -
of v"sWuere UP ors wta -3
W ila l altaK 1 O41 t' wt ai ntA a the beeldMmien."i
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weresie *te tumtfedt o P) P icA

h ertb omr iotea.and Manil. ,
aP 4 1oav the deeta sth%. lew Nh l

breaking olf the cockta time con- Robert Dols 1 r 1ofl?
towere assigd lo A i floor .

thbles alodside bing ."e etast al anW actie a
breaking f the l tim e on- Robert M 0red
verstreatedatthtion. S hnley hsl by the lg an
hRaymond ed au bd roen r am o
the 5erby Commodore Is, ot l. t, Na has Bua t r ,
Police said the dead grls moth. lv-ahe Iaia j a i Eh

r told them she warn lathe bath- "'m a ia I
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ten el Says Yankees Rochester Tops Mur u

N Need Ten-Game Streak Montreal 8-5; n

By MILTON RICHMAN Reaches. Finals A'WMoUT- .. .NAIA<(
NEW YORS, ept. 14 (UP) The.only thing TORONTO, ont se t. 14 (UP) "-* Am-
that kept elited At Lopez from claiming his Cleve- Thefired-up eater Red e Rige m p RO
'land Indians are already "In" today was polite dis-.. poeV r eagrde .... --
cretlon while the only thing that kept grip old Cas- international League P layoffs, .
of some on, *hot bk.seball mirack. game of the best-of-seven i na, Iat IT .. .
ourdsifiglidiansmsnap- sex cume t of the split 4 Rochester manager Dixie01
l as apg "Jinx" and out f irst place with Walker i expected to p 1ick 0ob 14e0 ff t )
suetrehed American Le a game remalning. Bla lock as his starting pitchere90
k., t wo ., P i whine Toronto manager Luke wo n live.
a ytwi-u&g2bum the Ray Moore stopd Chicago on h sTew sne counter Lte saSS
,I r.s2DMtors, -1 .an 8 -2, six .hits in .e ,game and with Mike Fornieles. a"
nigJim Dyck ly put the Orio- The Red Wings, who finished -, they
t = in the first r seaon,.in e d. "
3vmn in the ftae of thosektwo ."a ahead the nightcap with in fourth place during the regu- further htfra!b b000t-u
ga es k even though I But altimore dissipated round last niht by whi ingAnto the in d#*t jq
the Tier, 68-0, the 1ad the -White Box Montreal, 8-5, at Rochester, The WAS aff "-IGar1
of little mind to pus he d s xros l runs in the Royals won only one game, in a mambo PAX S
,ic .e th on ee walksk, four hits. the abbrtvlated five-game se- w sin. B )

; 1 in ae. jn es behind by. dividing a double- playoffs, although he was tag- ,_ B,._/ .m -hro),
.-d oe W -f y. RelieverMar- seven-run spurg n te n '"W .."".

Sin het Power k." eByr d home rfthe winning lief help from Tony Jacobs. Ken an U.emb arbtch a throwie ..N ) r o-o
So run In 1th n give Lehman was the losing pitcher.. ca. a.. 0' '
TheKanRaseCI x6 ellov n the The M delo Leafs reached theo Garia ald he gb between 0-
:.*1 .. ,onra l |00n00h w lt1e t rof ionraisnto Mon da 8 ny e elghtr )Iain boat he Nan t o trm by e o -
-a we're Ove fw eA h lomr et rsaote the sw inig Roeaestg heer oavan Sugyax- Z en1gA, nluAaAcrwh., r wh inu e. 'ltar (1-) .Op.rd. ( mle)
Sca th rni nth e1tsigtorgik Ken Lehman, wst lenn Mgickenr hdne Arlt, prom1ot e ol1 r
dc,,, .i, .* /w a .e.,he.., -,s, eLafs Th ..m..... ,G-caid* ,, ,-be owe

mtnhe Inog- ng hbysadsera.nwo-rdn MRmer. I o ..... ".b1 h an- T-, -o .'
-, f.1- 's seeion'sd '. W --Deal. LP- ......... ..... *,afrne,',,, a, the n'"' Pa ET ,ernn;, Dor1s,
^ nof.Jtanm ito the Tribe I n the already se tled Nation- Rocky Nelson. _Om, Cambetb"tch s old .MIon- *Brovn.-Lport.. (6-i), Johtron
S. al aragri race, Wthard chmeldt I _. _,,.LIi (aAme D. 1. -e_ g t
yT'One Woodl rf oe f guardardnabnd bRot Rio.. .-Br, ookb th riRep t t a I Son ) trC r-- ,
I a to highaMen Boatoied hi a 18th homer, wearres to the st forc t a dis e cae them Into cuYt(, ut sGar 9

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5II sifeea sa 1r dos .ro m h flight? 1s ere 0
u latwn* h nta ll The linescore e Cooca61es.Sopn col am hy 8f rdr w hent along with them to the itu 1 )
,. could, N ---- b r t h ele .o 2W courtroom a .interceded-f "''

le B 4a 00oad t Fnb, .g 0 .-5 1 bal n:,etO ,

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ofteTigers. Tuley struck Ken Le hm I Glenn Mickenal G nd A. Nes Who te B, Mon, T 8 e t eoN

w l..r,.,, : ,i, ,,--dl-,r,,a,,. N. ghter_ : ,. I et o e r- Bill Lewt o. urice vaI -,,. t .. ....-, l- pa m.M >i. -,. ..
i r :to.lin th r e s v t ei ghte vi him a season ( h). Wade Brown ing (7)- -.. 9Wg htp a
.. "oe et had bete f'.W. oad s, a ie aod by John Bucha; Ellis Deal. do hD Pl m uSdnot"e L prmtrx(r1),rce16Ddn1, ..

-- LpaapI usao Is a event a free oeo hr Bsres a or ani as
i y: "'. a ce of nt e, tha o t -e uD ge:. 143 Son 1e8 I 188 3 a arnMthe. m p ;W.BUN, MosA s. ,

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S-i o v Idi D121nka es tworn homer. Jacobs (9) and Ebbs, St. Clair. l h o r a P ymouth ..To. 129gsth J
t/ .... T he "o'gls. -k-- 'onno tie chls Lehman. HR Later in e ahn 'o rs h*

n an bt s-ad DtoTthe71're nthe already setted Nation. bRocky Nels on. Gym, a ,e h d ofbc raierW illard lchm d li eed SD e
,J 21 *, 5inra M. t, r a la eight, sOmerbe U (Mu l- I E^Vi rormbi op t..(11, a Oo

s a'ur el t Ns-hitter. 8-2: as l -.Reaches Tuabbay'l 18,eN elNw or fo tha..... n w0r.e *
11U.r.h .rr, orb T l d nl. rolh o0
smashed his 18th homer. O p152anetttoa aI aBE" 'R Mi e .a..+Bomtnow 8 i ,5. ,, O n .
far J .rCie ro_* d s klq t l ss .form g u o a: PPylew n "La -C uela '-mM iller

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no to .ro. inwasdin.tode Field when rabutby n ,. .. S

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AN AERIAL VIEW of Historic Fort San Lorenzo shows sorlfe of the sight-seeing diplomatic dignitaries, re* nes tatvAsof the
government of PananiA, high U.8. military officials and guests, who yesterday made an orientation tour of-the old; foi.
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History And Chicken Dinner At Ft. San Lorenz
Nearly 100 persons, as guests
of the United States Army Ca
r ibbean, thrilled yesterday to "
the memory of Spanish con-
quests In the New World during .
N an orientation tour and picnic
lunch at the site of history-
shrouded Fort San Lorenzo.
Making the outing were diplo-
.antic dinitaries, representa-
tiv ds 6f-the Republic of Panalha
I government, high U.8; military
officials and guests Includin
the wives of many of-the offi-

mid-day outing at the mrou-cov
er9d landiata,4 one"-of the ol-.
eat fortso.uilder the AmeaianU
flag,- was a fried' chicken dinner
in thre adjolnl underground

Sonri foi e th a new-
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invitation to tur included
Sr Pama, .the spa ncee o

Colonior, gVenhtlver, Natinaew-t

na Argentinaalth. Great Britain,
:Representatives of 19 coun.-
tries and the Wican accepted
Javitations to the tour. Included-
P ,n 31 Balvador, p
Republic, Chile. zcuador, Cuba,
China, Argentina, Great Britain.1

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ConsulI IN Colombo
WASHiGTO.-. Sept. 14 (UP)-
The case of th6 Katerina S., a
freighter of Panamanian registry,
being searched at Colombo, Cey-
lon, for posble arms for Red Chin,
na, has been turned over to in
inorary Consul of Panama at Co-
16mbo, the State Department an-
I Nounced teday.
The U. Iimbanay at Colombo
i .rl5lBIhed atrol of the mrch

in response .to Panama-
isfat, began a search of
The. Embawy also was
grIueatos from. WaslIng-
f to cancel the .hip'Vre-
toppe d at Coombo aft
I loe bilarla and
at Port Smi where the
taeSi. emeant* t .h
ae s l of a Pana-
prfentar .at that
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RFATING on an old Spanish cannon at Fort San Lorenzo,
orientation tour and picnic lunch yesterday, are (froin left)
Maria GonzAle,: Archbbshop Paul Bernier, Apostolic Nuncio
McOarr, commanding general, USARCARIB.

Honduras, Brazil, Uruguay, Ger- probably living quarters In the
many and Guatemala. fortress' more thriving days. The 4
Official hosta for the outing lunch was enlivened by the Ni-
were MaJ. Gen. Lionel C. Mc- caraguan signing group.
Garr, commanding gene ral. During the afternoon t he
U8ARCARIB, and Mrs. McGarr. guests cruised around the fort
Guests arrived at the site in and up the Chagres River in Ar-
auto convoys from Fort Gulick my Transportation Corps J-
and Fort Amador. They were boats and disembarked at the
greeted at the entrance by Gen- Tarpon Club boat dock for the
eral and Mrs. McGarr. return trips to Forts Gulick and
A group of 10 NIcaraguan Ar- Amador.
my enllated men studying radio Partially fortified around 1575,
comWmunications at the USAR- San Lorenzo was surveyed as a
CAlIB School at Fort Gulick, Spanish defense site in 1581 by
sang the student ong under the an Italian engineer, Juan Bau-
direction of Nicaraguan Maj. tista Antonelll.
Francisco J. Medal, an instruc- In 1597 the fort was complet-
tor at the school, ed, along with the fortifications
McGarr and Col. John J. Da- at Portobelo and Cruces. The
vis, school commandant, wel- English pirate. Henry Morgan,
corned the guests. Lt. Col. Le- sent one of his officers. Col. Jo-
roy M. Glodell of the school pre- seph Bradley in December 1670.
sented a vivid description of the to capture the fort' which he did
history of the famed structure. -after a fierce two-day battle.
- USARCARIB School officers In March 1671, Morgan de-
provided commentary as the stroyed the fort on his return
guests were divided intc# groups from the sacking Of Panama. It
to tour the fort. During the tour was later rebuilt by the Spanish.
and luncheon, music was sup-
plied Oy the 30-piece 60th Army BA.BOA TIDES
Band -r0m ot Olick, directed
The ftelent, cave-like "dining HIGH LOW
hpAll," brighteaed by candles 2:45 e.m. 9:02 e.m.
tdattered along- the waBs, were l3:0 p.m. 9:23 p.m.

site of a U. 8. Army sponsored
Governor of Col6n Province Joi
to Panami; MaJ. Gen. Lionel (
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On Freeing G"em a
XOSCOQ 'li q ) viet agreement o r ios on gov- ok out with t lAhe
Clanwcellor Adeanier said ernment-ant dsplomatic-ievel. p eut month. maG .li of
today Sdov0t. inTer Xlkolal Bul- But the chancellor succeeded in "'wae believed to ive IklI i
a.ino had authorized .him to state delaying the exchange of aiba Jns tJ.he oco.ill .' .
as ac"tion- to rele-s Gel i a n ndors until after app r o val by cl i ta niinthatie w* l in ,l A' A legr u;n
S rs of war wll begin before both houses of the German Per- no w co g the diplmatic relati
the day is over, ligament and also by Rssaian's S pnlt El Geman egie his Bl Moscow ba
Adenauer, splalikg at a press preme Soviet.acceptalte iomite r f ply Bonn recognio, t
conference shortly before be de- with Rusia. Thi t at Germany
parted by a plane for the five. Approal of the Russian elgila- ever, Ws ait mentione..ther n n
hour flight to the West German tive body was -a foregone conu- :V.e letters ot the cominiiW que. IFvw understood Aderne
capital of Bonn, stated: siou. It was believed Ukely I n hs letter to B0lPaair. Ae- fhetoeditiu was weded to
"I am authorized by Marshal nauer, with his powerful Bu uId mue asked for a amtserve se cdi not iiy GermamiUl
Bulgnah to declare that before tag majority would win appftv l tatin the two houses of th Ger- pr.iaW but civ ep,
'our deo atea Trri. rs black in both_ in the lower House and -theman Parliarpent was to !o[prove fvmsn east Germa*y_ 0 6
Boun action to release the e prls. Bundtrat '(upper houe). But tht exchange of relation before mr Germa l terr p new
aeers wll begin process was expectedto .iA r they become effective. ni o a -n dl Pa.s and v. mule
some time. greed to ti. a an elier conference si.
Adenauer had signed an historic was aismeed n BI o Adenluer wa reported to havlove otd AdM er th
De Aeeast with Bulprnin al0tedto uave'thlliovl tCtiA
agreement with Bulganin a fewi last nlght the West German. fought bard for three concessions hold no Eo-called" Oprma P w
hours before to establish fll dip- er enuse Bndestag would meet form th Soviets: priioners. But they iMtlly w
lomatic relations between the two I nBerlin from Oct. I to Amnesty for Germans still holding sole 9,000 "War or i
Stations. ". .a dema..atil f llir fron the S6 vi ts
The agreement on diplomatic with the.Isolated former
relations was written into two for. m a capal, behind the tror .
mal letters and. a communique.Curtain.
Russia's promise to free war pris- In the meantime, it was clear T .
owners took the form of an "assur- the Geneva foreign ministe eo 7 4
ance" from Bulganin. ference next month would be -
The two nations, bitter ene. able to consider the eati4r .qu4s -
mles in World War I and the tion of German reunification and 9j. ;.. .wf P.
ensuing cold war, also agreed European securty before the for-
to begin trade negotaldtons in mal establishment of Bon-M oa-
The agreement ended five days. Both Adenauer and t Soviet **.P -. i
of Moscow negotiations. leaders appeared peasedby te P
The agreement to exchange am- agreement at the signing cre *4 a *
bassadors was made subjectto ap monies in the Spirldonovt.palace. *** *
proval by the West German par- Bulga ei said t h a t '~y.IythlM.
lament. ha s eded. well ." .
The compromise agreement on The ,agreet ent was I mer4 'I .W.,
establishing diplomatic relations out in two hardlbargial tp
represented a major concession by negotiations after a lag eaa W
Adenauer. lock.. ik t .
The hard-bargaining West Ger.- 'Agreeem' -ba* .
man leader had held out for a nadlaid d.ownl t r Ap l lll
hard-aend-fast commitment that tat, subject I a e a 'a -of the
Russia would free the thousands Fedlerl anl) aad
of prisoners of war and other the s 9 N 0

man server t Uited Nations th70at
Writh ambssadgrial rink and 'one And-,0heaw
of the Bonn negotiators, told a tabls ad and 5 t on ,5 -
news conference: bsi wbill il b. t-11
"We have been given the asaur Bonn and MMe an d ata
apce that prisoners will be return. representatives w:th the a* of
ed in the near future." extriordinary and plenlpWton4"rry
This assurance was not me n- ambassadors wilU be .eacbaged 4&
tioned in the formal letters-of a- The communique said te. a4gr-.
greement exchanged by Bulganin mot to establish dilom e l-
and Adenauer of im the final com- Itons ."would help mutu under-
munique. standing and would serve the Is- | -,: --- ,
Adenasuer's agreement to estab-terests of security and peace in
lish completely normal diplomatic Erope." .* --.. iHi.
relations with Moscow went be- The other major Isaue hetwea 4 rm -/...
yond a reported agreement he Adeakter and Russia--ame a "f
had reached with U. S. Secretary nation of Germany-wi mere-. .
id of State John Foster Dulles that ly mentioned il passing i the
s_ Germany would seek less than full commuiue. .
C. relations. It aid this basie.Germ an ".
0) He had been trying to get So- woum be aided by the .stabL-ts- -,.a. qu
ment of diplomatic relatiqn. ,
Adenauer and Dulles ware it. 1 f ii i.
ported to have agreed .to leave e E
"question of unification for the All
NS THURSDAY AT THE Western Big T se foreign.m -.

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m t. -Naw York Timec

SPZCTURB The First Brilliant
Wedding of Grald Opera and Great
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