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S192- sood Rwsi.ns had tested an H-bomb.
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N.Y.) aw Alom- eign aia td thet
Ia MM p"Ctl 7in Is also ewas that a
cled defense exparion has tom place
pespag US B a- Runto.
g lat as t.s most The foreign' otfle
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'Oak tAd a tha cthat one c a of
of the mot n eeds is to bomb ezrloeian that f it
improve peUsd8" to edIb gdos to awm
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V TMR PORUM THI RWARH-..S Naze H ot 0 An
,- this Holy City of eten.l,
does the Communlt.
H E M A IL O permit the world i a .m li
While travelers who t -
--e-- o across the s wold paIU wi'
Th, MMs is open forum for Posib" Ago*- tation &Ad
~ Lu. e It mieIr ved inw, orue iI eud an9 wboy vW on to the
N l r-.u est a letter den' be Impeint sem't appee 1m have been deotll .
ge d4". Leters me publibed in the er e sivedsi and Joseph worked t
A- M@ s to kreep lketteoe limited Ito ge 1p ~o andJod ,
~.' t e wr *re is h eld in t For In the a bl-llke hrat 4
In. ti lewsper ,aume n spm.u ,ly te Uee-mtemets the baked Arab quarter Mtnta
-l lke fk.. r r.'- f- leading to Mary's Well, Moemow.
o trained Arabs make their bhad-
OF DOGS AND MEN quarters, Their's I the task of
w air: Iinllltrating the tgausMlW of
The following quotation from the official report of te~ ov- Arab workers, stirring them
ermor-Employe Conference of July 22, 1963 is' quoted for tit in. against the Christlin and Jew-
tehnatlon of all who may not have had an opportunity of read. ish world, awaiting only thp
R i before. It is especially called to the attention of all ot moment when they ar hoke
Sand animal haters residing n the Canal Zone. violence n th0 Aras on ea
t ', The question raised by Mr. Boukalls whether wil- city of 20,000 Arabs on t
or accidental Injury to dos and other animals s ae- fa-Nazareth-Tiberlus hiwl y.
covered by the Canal Zone Code h been cheke*d. The Comintern knows l
AcUn Governor reported that there has beem e The Comintern kows lul
derstanding on this subject because ti tGeneral U~ well what this cit means to
ports that contrary to revious tos the Canal the Judeso-C rt ta wo rld b
Code allows suits for images and cilnal atlio for fs desecration or d be
b cious Injury to personal property which includes dogs sa mbol of victor or mosa o
"~other animals." thorld. And the Comsln e
our nubcatlon of the above would be appreciated in order world. And th Comiar
to straighten out some confused Individuals while there ia still would lie to prSot Iron such
time for them amend their ways. houlihness.
hank tick henry All this was organized among .
the Arab workers Wnder the
STRANGERS CLUB cover of a Near East nide on
Colon, August 19, 1953 front called the = .b Trade
1)wr airs;Union Congres1 dafta I. ts
t Seens that my suggestion via the Mdal Box to the Secre- paid agents had fIed. 9 s
rd'y-Treasurer of the Strangers Club to the effect that he publish wer in the Palestine k b
the entire list of delinquent members (without the customary workers Soclaty, whlah "
hit of deleting Influentil names) has caused him to recon- great influence In Naar9th e
der his published intention. Although the liat was promised or Ilxth largest city f me e r.
ugtust 17th. not a word has appeared yet. Israel. m w'
SPerhaps it would be inconvenient (? for him to publish the The new soviet front as
ntlre list, but if so, why do it like this? All members have a r rated by a b an Id ld y a
membership number. Publish next Monday evening in The Pan- Haia Arab kno ,ru.i
ma American the names of those delinquent members whose Farah who now. r uns
lob member number is the ame as that which plays the lottery restaurant; t e ,dsS
n 8nday.. Or better still, If for instance the first prize ends in- arah ta r a -
? then list all delinquent members whose numbers end in 8. After art th -
l, the National Lottery ls the: reason etre of most of us, and I'm tow es foarr thesis a it R
Mne nobody will object to that method. m/ht be ao we for us ha the W-
Thanking you for your valued space and cooperation, I re- I.s. to b eIn s iber. lwhich4
nain, [r5A to r whter
,- 22-Year MIember And he is lJst one of thou- i his
sands of such men ho've crease
:)-- Ibeen placed tn strategy l hpots I Wthi t
which, all too soon, may be- The o. f this.
come the Koreas o the little Veres. Is that athe
known Near ast or Nmrh erat wit ha de cI4t C
SIt's fascinating to watoh the million.
Arabian opelrtlyp a n oew 'Evenr ifCon01 fathi iCon t 1 dthis next
Intern use he same ii Jsl w In -t lldubtrl4
here which they us back home lad en 't o eI I
-.- /modiflooqnly locl em. o.. n. Tis i s
Stlons. TO get It fist-hdah I d c the taxpayers ar i
.- went out across the rocky fields It was a
of the laein be een Acre and tage that *
Nazr to the bviaas 0 -attack
SaWarp wM dpre cltomesr. fN4 t
W th me was the soft s aNoef 0Ct ap sf
Ellahu Agra head oft Arab el did '
Snion, Histadrut (Is n el'sN wA o hal'per agt o the Wll t ,to
CIO). Ibr In another nl ow
Ships Moslem Arab college, Ih 'd e bdy or' defllt
Kial, just how the Commie pad .mrp wa *
% -eratives worked here. in. g h
"Their agents came to our In l R his a for this
village to get us to demonstrate mer polPted it o te .
against our Oirelgn ePcreta the eti postal IoW rtt m um p
Dulles wle he was here," ,,a oaent
Kial sal 4 ds, hd no crease,
., LV.I 'hey told us that Russia w las inal ratb .
v .T. i a, n.* the only anti-imperialist nation been
and that your country wanted shad -basus
tter from camp M's out of flashlight batteries to rule the world, including us.
a m seoti boeks.do you suppose there's a connection And they tried to exploit our
.-e' t,, o*P / post-war difficulties.
"They told us alter the Jpo-
ish-Arab war that the Cornm ...
'munists, if we voted for them,
would eliminate the regula-
ttons which had us using
identity cards and restricted k ..
gE[TRIaI us to our villages for a while..
And they promised us abun- NIPPON CONFID
[ENTAt, free water. But the roPe naiO tles
TODAY. RtUP lie s isshort. We rs"cted JEMean
Then something happened
Presents: here .that the world might well f
ember. At the entrance to Par 3ad d o gr a
the vll'age was the usual well, foree... roble a
tirrouWded by Arab women with mandl
., ,s.outds, shepherds and their nenere,
-a fleoc,-, and parched children. tlttztlop
.N T A LAction And Adventure Release! [ Nre, for th i e irt time in th i Jp .
Arab and Dcdouln filled desert. iamil* otoud the
"SWORDS OF VENUSsaw a me.hanised well. Only yoswe o ,,.
ya few wee earlier, the villag
elders had to pay a "contractor" ', '- '
to. supply a horseW, which went '.. -
with Robert CLARKE Catherine McLEOD 'ro 'round dsU did camels hbl. MAN A
,In the anient days, to provide neag dibit
the power to bring up the water. elgt .-M
To eyi for this one horse-power leave
The dauntlS the -village wer taxed. Cadd
heir of Monte CoieA L w water is being pumped
.. slashing his w the labor oderaioni.
fortune... 1tatdrut, and water jp plent-
ful within politi.ca enslave-
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saying: "Why. wp never d that
I we?" The scene took along
ng., wherm "honm sooner" double-
tried ot for the Art tme.
IN COLORS, TOO
fV I *.IW I Rv STO I
Ait red Wt re. I ctra.&iSt
lnew astz on
- The frst contingent of
*qt out for a demonstrate.
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date that ey ate or are abott
to be, fathers. President Elsen-
hower, by executive order last
month, ended iatherhood, as
such, a ground for deferment,
effective Aug. .
The one exception is proven
hardship and pIvation.
Official pointed out that "It
I' im rta o 'to r hmnber that
Sfathel uw the meaning
of the law, dat from concep-
tion; conseqently a registrant
whoe wife became preant be-
fore AuVg OIft & 9e for de-
fieet l f'11 d before
that da&e la pog Jm 'a certifi-
cate attt the l cy."
To r.ecp h Tonight
aU setrvre in the
the Is sched-
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b. Joe Molley of
were the first
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'fer oof a free
and a sight-
l r honeymooners.
8A.the offer will re-
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IW",nia"d |lMI<|r you to glamoroustly acbleme
%r at Feliz's you'll. lU d new
pS ze to support every few fashI
Ot...m the slim chic cut to the f1nag i
a. from 'YaIusded hip-line to the =ugoleb
motoint C91l~ ft no Ironing whatwsrl ut
ebaoe fM0Ur" ech eyelet ruffle.
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MOVIES TV Rs 4
by Erskine JohntsI
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Guys at :
nd Dolls: "What's all the talk
the new Deborah ..Kerr? lad
''not really tre:E'sA just ky," -
t Deborah Kerr had a break." ath a e
The British-born redhead on tfor good
he subject of her sizzling per- hills of Te
brmance as Karen Holmes in Z
e film version of James Jones' BI' ny doubt
Saga, "From Here to Eter- bq e.
Pf6ple have accused Deborah ,,.. -.V ,'.1
,f being cold but she tells it: -tw tractc.
, "I was cold:;-the parts were. MOi(t m 4 p-b
I1 Hollywood let me play were pil '4 .fr Panrh
re, sweet, virginal, pBystal- 8 iId""& .'
ear dull hqsitl 'I..said, lsad*ab ye and aWlf,"
SCefl dnw't leave n e so h Rdi -. rd[ Ewks'own-
i~ tjne,. How can yaiget ed my contract and wanted too
ser o'r feeling into part like much money for a loan-out. But
the heartache. I'm grateful to
S pi prted reports that Hawks:IHe had bit pans for me,
~ ire-sdg ed with MOM for but the move 'business took ai
pare a year, she deCWis that dive and he couldn't go^through
e's anything but free as the with them.
ind after she completes aseq-
on, on. Broadway in "Tea and A'| j| C.
sympathy." RUTH MILLETT Says....
Deborah's reason for cutting
S I can't take a chance after A yoflng mother, who asks
r .o Here to Eternity.' I. can't that her letter not be printed,
poll that. I hopeI can get the wants to know what a wife can
ind of parts: people haven't do when her husbarid is jealous
ought of me being in before. of their young child. She thinks
ope I've bridged the whole the child is coming between
hng. Of -course. I'm very them instead of drawing them
keptal creature. Everybody closer together.
ho% seen the picture talks a. That is a tough problem for
ut a whol t-e C cieer for me. any young wife and mother to
"But I never believe anything face. Working it out will take
ill somebody l s a mallet and time, tact, patience and under-
its me ovot* il- ad." standing. .
But it can be worked out. as
M TS many a wife has. covered. The
........ thinK tA a.e ahadb -
Richard Catbif doesn't have hand o ea'id
nothing against Dr. Einstein, the ch*) e. ,u
u't he's notified his agent to than he l.
urn down all film offers in it is'a d li"ato p~l
whichh he would have to 'lay A young child reis tr
hysiclst. a nltc'ear scientist or attenO t
n expert on flying saucers.' t -a 'ine
With four science-fiction flick comletel pendent on the
rs in a row, Dick's saying: I motheron the
ad it. I don't want to be type But start as soon as vou can
as .a scientist. For a w'hil they try to share the responsibility
.hlud4 .me every timd a wrovged for the child's welfare with the
wuiband part rame along, Now father.
te minute there's an' earnest' Instead of always jumping to
.Wti scientist, they tat mef. I'5s run to the child yourself when
directed is last scien he needs attention, say casual-
r- directed his last science ly: "Jim will ou keep an uee
I,1Piker, "Riders to the Stars," but o the baby while I wash the
Ihe won't on theDe *ille on the baby while I wash the
the won't be on the, DeMlle side dishes.?" Then don't give a lot of
of the camera for the rest'of the advice. Let him tak charge in
'year. r advice. Let him take charge In
year his own way.
C rrmen Miranda's popping her CONS SSA
-e about be!nv asked to star In PREQ
ltczian films a la Anna Magna-
ni witl a sweater, a tight skirt Start right now consulting Jim
ind a cigaret dangling from her about even small matters that
Thoffers oured n after th concern his child. Get him to
IBrazl T of ers poured n after make 'some of the declions.
wone doo 'en in Lean on him a littt, and le will
#Rome d1ung a Euronean concert hecorne "Paw're that a child is not
to 'r. but she doesn't see herself
a draatiesn't see herself lust the mother's responsibility,
asa dramatic star blowing but the responsibility of 'both
smoke into the face of a Vittorio parents.
, GaFsman. nare
Play on his vanity by Temark-
"Honee, weedout de turban ees ing on how much the baby looks
tin Carmen Miranda." she flash-'like him or he has his father's
rol'l? Pipples won't sand for eetL ha ize ft e father's importance.
IIn -.,e I be scare be playing, Id'"th'i t*I npevdry way you
,w *- yon call drama." can alr-t yvil.owa feelines.a-
'1 a three month rest for bout the child: responsibility,
C -n before she embarks on pride and parental love.
r ier tour or pets down to Don't trust time to take care
l;r--s tcks about thp TV show of your problem. If you. don't
bshe will headline with Xavierjsolv'e it now, it may grow worse
Cl'-t. as the child grows older.
HERE COMES ENGINE NO. 24b- b C-a- F
display at a New York toy exhibit offes MW I
model railroad enthusiasm's. Brian Allen,. 6. propm
the job watches the mo'e,' ;irans make a spetfj
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FOR SALE -Kenmore wih'.ng ma- FOR SALE:--50 Ol mobile 6, Hy-
chine. 25 cycle Excellcrt condi- dramatic, radio, custom seat cov-
'tion. Ca FNavy Pacific 3313. ers., an excellent buy $1,075.00
-Q .- 5083-A Diablo Hgts. 2-3429.
FOR SALE -Modern Maid apartment -- ----
Itove Inter naconal Hai'erter, Re- FOR SALE-1993 Pontiac 8 Cylinder
frigeralo r 7 cu. ft bed complete Chieftain 4 Door, De Luxe, radio,
oil in excellent condaicn. House heater W-S-W tires. 5,009 miles.
14, I lh 1 t Son Fronc-tco. New Jersey tax paid. 1541-A
--. ...- .- ---- Mango street, Balboa, C. Z. 5 to
FOR SALE OR TRADE:--RCA rod.o- 8 p. _____________
phonograph Console 25 Cycles -- 9 B
1-4 HP refrigerator motor 25 FOR SALE:-1949 Buick Roadmaster
cycle. 5 x 8 printing press and type convertible-equipped w.th woter
Phone 2-3341, Ancon. burner. 13.000 miles, car in ex-
cellent condition and will stand
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse 25 cycle rigid inspection, may be sern by
9 cu. ft. refrigerator, just repaint- appointment. Call Bolboa 2923
ed, perfect condition. $150. Hal- Mead.
man. S. A., Via Espaiio No. I.-- -IS
-. y o FOR SALE:-T.948 Pontidc Stream-
OR ALE.-Mahogany bedroom se liner 8. fadlo. Hydramatic. Ex-
$1.V0; Mahogany diningroom cellent condition. Very good tires.
set. $60.00. 5 ft. refrigerator $800. Call Balboa 2-1505. House
$1 S.00. Hcu.e 1452, Apt. C. La 15-19-E. Gavilon Rd.
Cries St. Eolboao, Canal Zone. -
U____________. fW__estingho__ FOR ALE:-Leaving 1950 Pontiac
SSALE -9 cu. ft. Westinghouse Sedan Coupe. Balbo Clubhouse.
refrigerator $100.00, maple dinet- Barber Shop.
te set, $35.00, electric fan. 12 "
00, bookcase $12.00, 2 Q M FOR SA.E.--1949 Chevrolet Con-
tables, 4 chairs, rocker, chest of serltble. Excellent -condition, ra-
drowers, porch shades, vanity and dio. new top. tires good. Call Feo-
ckir, picket fence. Phone 5-337 Ia. 85-2200 or 85-2243, $995.
Of 6SALE:-Frigiddfre electric store FOR SALE 1950 Ford 6 Cyl. 2
4 burners. Deep Well oven, slightly Dr. Sedan, Custom $1.300. 1579-
Fort Clayton 87-4242 office. C. Cocoli Phone 4-263.
ene 87-3146 home. FOR SALE,..-1951 Fordramatic 4-
ot ~'ALE-6 piece livingroom set. Dr Sedan, Custom $1,300. 1579-
banoo. inneripring. All in good B. Gaolan'*Area.,Phone 2-2958.
coalition, phone.2-2876. FOR SALE -- 1953 Chevrolet Bel
itC SAL.-Coffee tables, kitchen' Air 4 door sedan, 2,600 miles.
d'.irs, lamps, mattresses. 8202-D. color green o cream $1.900.00,
6 h street, Morgarita. $635 00 dowln payment, nin ca
j-hmo _,tguaranphHou m 079-)1, WI
ib. SLCE:-Generol Electric refrig- lgamsont 0tephort 2-l503,
erctor, radio, record-change.r con-
sole. Simrhons couch. Telephone 2- FOR SALt: 1949 Codillac con-
3058, Pcnama. %ertible, excellent condition, W-S
Stores, radio. Phone Panama 3-4242
GOOD BARGAIN House No. 7 F" Street, El Can-
bining set $175.00, "White" electric grelo
sewing machine $1t0.00, baby
crib and mattress, $20. House No. FOR SALE -Dodge Pick Up 12 ton
29, 11th S. San Francisco de La 119-18' newly painted and in per-
Cliftf, .Tribalad. fect cond.tlon. Dodge Dealers, Ti-
Ji 'r- voli Crd":ing
tE-Diningroom set made of o C.ing
'cedar with mtrching t1ble FOR SALE: 1946 De Luxe with
Scheap. Bushnell sporting rodo soot light 445 00. House
,30 power, cose and stand 8'I-A New Cristobal, phone a-
Phona Criitobal 3-2577 2970.
i tALE--Woshing machine 25' FOR SALE -1951 four door Mer-
.tcle S40.00; 5 porch shades. $8 cury Sedan. wh.te-wall tires, radio.
.0- Q. M. steel buffet $10 00. perfect running condition. Must
kcruse 84*A New Cristobol, phone sell account leaving the Isthmus
"3-'2970. Cristobal 3-1815.
P -LE -Diningroom set, k;cher, FOR SALE: 1948 Dode Custom
.t. Picnic table. Swing Housc Setlan, 24,000 original m .ls, new
-B,. Mango Street, Balboa tires. new battery, new car ICOh-
SALE- t --,--- o t edition in and out. $825.00. Phone
SSALE -Steel din ngroom set. Cristbal 3-2577.
`.'es. bufiet, 6 chair-, I rdcker'
ok. Simmons bed. double bed, FOR SALE;-Eleven Hundred dollars
ars carburetor for Dodge. 4 tires wortl of cor for $740. How' This
.60 x 15 S, H. 1 P.ng Pong tablet 1948 Chevrolet two door sedan
boot. 16 fr. 16 louvre., 27"' x has been kept mechanically per-I
2". 25 cycle motor 74-.D, En- fect by replacing parts before
.erprise Place. el 2-2683 reoch'ng breakdown stage. Body
undercoated three times, radio, new
I. E S S S rcac. O:rs, 2011-B or phone Cu-
r undu 6233.
SNISH CLASSES for Amer.con stu-I FOR SALE 1951 Dodge 4 door
dents, beginners and advanced. w.ll sedan, duty free. Call Panama 3-
start on the 24th F.:r information 3748.
call 3-5327. Panama
I kPqgj Under GI
IM Year Awav
WANTED.-Sales agents for club
Apply with your identification cord.
ICornet'. Good opportunity for
interested cer.ons. Parisien Furni-
. e. em Al
wlaI A,-nM mita. A.m
oIl AM-m. C. Z.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue 'K" stiet; corner.
Telephone 2-3479, _P _
Try your luck!
with our merchandise -club
ALMACEN LA PARISIEN
Central Avenue 113
To MIAMI & "'EW YORK via AREA
Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way
to Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip
$126.00 One-way to New York:
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA
PANAMA-MEXICO. one way $85
round trip $135 (15 day, limit
$165. good one year; to L O S
ANGELES one way, $159.25 round
trip $268 64 t90 day limt l. Pan-
ama Dispa'ch Service. 36 Avenida
Nacionol 'Automobile Row). Tel
FOR SALE:-50 steel.bbrrels $.50
each F.O.B. Balboa, The Texas
Company (Fanoma) Inc. Tel. 2-
FOR SALE:-1.500 W Kohler auto-
matic electric generator in excel-
lent condition $300.00. The
Texas Company (Ponamn) Inc.
FOR SALE..,Complete lin of Smith
Way WeldIr. Electrode: Mild
steel, cast irnl (Mahinablel,
and hard facing. F. ICAZA Y CIA.
FOR SALE:-- venetian blinds, prac-
tically new, to fit four-family type
house in Margarita. Phone 3-2562.
FOR SALE:-Amateur Radio Slotion
complete, for 25 or 60 cycles.
Coll Balboa 3167.
FOR SALE: Second hand Singer
sewing machine, in very good con-
drMon.. $175 00, Ri6 Abejo 13th
St. No. 2842.
FOR SALE.-Apex. 60 Cycle wash-
ing machine, electric, 164 Colido-
FOR SALE:-12 piece bamboo liv-
ingroom set, curtains, rug. $475.
00 cash. K. Kawai piano $300 00
cash. 0779-A Williomron Place.
Balboa, phone; '508..
FOR SALE -Bendix Gyromoric wash-
ing machine, 60 cycle, or will
trade (or 25 cycle automatic wash-
ing machine. Phone 82-5203.
LOST & FOUND
LOST -Brown Briefcase. important
papers belonging to Rafael Weeks
G. Tel 3-4092. Reward.
WANTED TO RENT -N.ce 3 be'd-
room unfurnished upper Apt. Will
opav up to $150 monthly. Tel. 3-
9.1 warn r.jAI tlure No 16. Central Avenue. Sad To Open New
For Some Veterans Iaid To Open New
or ,n oa s Armored Div. Airlifling Frontiers
The deadline for starting Uprliing onties
tw'hlog under the Korean Gi r I
eI n e.':actl one Koear awy SAN ANTONIO. Tex., Aug. 20
if e acly 00one vEer away B lUet(UP) An Air Force c-99 air
fr6=earlv 1.000.00 Korean vet-_ freighter "Smashed every inter-
.ra. the Vet.;Tdns Adnmn- Full l Sire lh rehter "smashed every Inter-
i.srteio announced soday O T I tr pinnaonal cargo-handling record
The r etorannouncs are those who existence" when t landed here
The veterans are those whoyesterday after Its InitIal trans-
ler ed sinoe Korea. who were WASHINGTON. Aug. 20 IUP) Atlantic flight, an Air Force
charged or seoaratrd before The Army. in a move to in- spokesman said today.
g. 20. 1952. and who have not crer- Its combat reserve in this MAi. Gen. Clements McMullen
t taken advantage of the GI country in case of war, has de- commander of the San Antonio
fining benefit. cided to build un the First Ar- air material office at Kelly Field.
Under the new nw. they as- 'nored Division to full strength, said the flight by the world's
fna'ly most "enroll in and be- It was learned today largest plane "opens new fron-
Iyn" GI training bv Aug. 20 tiers in heavy airlift business"
944, in order to continue aft.wr The move will give the Army and "is a powerful reminder to
wards. The mere filing of an tvn divisions in this country ."1 the world that America re-
ipollcatlon befo;-rhpnd wit an which are at full strength r-- main first in the air"
IntentioQ of starting some time redyv for immediate action in He said the trio was "dramatic
P"ter that date, Is not enough event of war. onroof that small crack units of
VA s ad. Of the seven tactical divisinns U.S. fighting forces can be beef-
'.'A emoi-asized th ft the 19M4 In t'"- United States. only the ed up in a matter of hours any
aut-off-datt aopl'.'s only to RTnd Al-horne Divisions at. Frrt 9l re in the world."
t*Korenn vet:;ire' who left Br-,-. N. C., is presently fully' The plx-engined. double-deck-
Plft berorP Al" d0 lIst veer equipped ed air glant touched down here
L eMe separated after that date equ .with 60,00 pounds nf engines for
otr0seaated fter that dateIrepair at Kellv after leaving
ncMd not rnnr.-rn th'-'-lvr"- The other six divisions areirepai a teav af ter 61vno
it the 1954" deadline Tinstded aywhre from 40 to 80 cen s n d earlier 'erh n10n0
v h,. ,- pounds of cargo for Rhein-Main
ti-y have two years from the'of aut'-rlzed strength and Ar-
tIfq tliev left the prr-ed forces my off!"' Is estimate it rou'd
*8 which to get started, ta' P a long as nine months to
rerey ti'pm for combat. Garard Ie6l- Chanters
rn ,*'--'. p"rn--'-ition T 1t f 3tor has been a source 25 and d 0 c'les Pay
Wg'T PA'V'J. Co--n. --UPn t, m-'nr 'rnneern to a-m"- l]an- only 14W 0 complete with
--While Charles Ma'-kepet', r're as they view the Army's cartrldge at
?'ll 's show"ng, h's wife t'-" '" ''- -i" commitments in MAtail llA SPARTON
nWhsrielm fo a 12-gauge shot- cae of all-out war. M223
tm. It rrcc -irtllv discharg- (a eatre
Mdblowon, off his left shoe. A high Army official said the
*decision to build up the First1
-- 1I "ared was in line wb atn
policy of "bringing general re-
S' rapidly as possible" now that
S'e manpower pinch caused by your lck
he Korean war has eased.
T"' lFirst Armored is station-
Srt Fort Hood, Tex., and LIONS
S. .ly under the command
o, E. !. Gen. Edward 0. Far-
and. slstant divlacon com-
"*f *.~_ ucRC iti mender. H La i
S CULES The move to brinT the division t ethe
',& BAG MFG. up to strength ste. ad in June
ITAL Rg, and -Ared added I petus rtth
rn' wnr s eaT r the Korean truce I-st month.
A. MUy e'tals : i: d the diV ALMACEN RIM0
I d- rion is now 'practically up to
ciwra p Box 435,. l .
-PanOam 3-1877, Crf a_
Houe n beach. Santo A
In COOL Campnemin
PhOne SHRAPNl L, Bdl2 l
Or see caretaker there.
Foster's Cottages. One mie past
Santa Clara. Please brin
linens. Phone Balboa 2-186.
Gramlich Santa Claru aeoch-tr-
toges. Electric iceboxes, gau ta.
moderate rates. Tel phon -441
Gomboa; 4-567. Pedro Miguel
Wlltems' Sante Clara Befmtai f *
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, as
onm.o B.alboa 2-300. .F ;
FOR RENT--Chalet 3-bedrooms, in
Bella Vista. Phone. P 2n-o 2-
0075. 4.30 to 6:30 p. :r
FOR RENT: Large two bedroom
apartment at 28 Peru Avenue,
FOR RENT:--Chalet apament, 4
bedrooms. Can be sen from 2:00
o'clock on. Nb 40, lltt street.
ATnTNTION Gi IJultbuit modern
op tme4ts, one, t bedrooms.
hot and cold water. Telephone
Panama 3-4941. I
FOR RENT:-Nice four room fpart-
ment, fumishe or unfunhshed.
Call phone. 2-207.
FOR ENT:-Fumishd o~pm7rmt$90
including utititis. LAvilable 15th
of Sept. Pebor PanaiM 3-2051.
FOR RENT :-4; daro Cubs Ave.
No. 67. Tel. 3-5443.
FOR RENT:-Wolf pqIpls, 4 wmks
ld. No 84. A AX uApt. o. 9.
FOR SALE :Property, 2866 meters
of. land with house. No dealers.
No. 4120 Via C6rdoba, uebltq
Ntve:-E nqutre sme hat.
:ommiuting distance. Bungalows. 2
bedrooms, 5000 MM lot ts blder.
from $,.900.00. pi l TN con
C. Z '""
FOR 6SA--Selng-at a sacrflpt 3;I
acres If cultivated-c id w th two
chalets and one puest houst, oll
concrete construction, 20 Yinutes
from Balboa, informitiottalboa
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -(UP) -
Mrs. Shirley Carey spotted a
woman who wasn't quite sure
just what method of trans-
portation she was using. The
woman got on a hospital ele-
vator-ard handed the elevator
operator a dime. "Oh, 1. gave
you my streetcar, fare," she ex-
claimed a minute later.
A a + ~~f
Uwtly the person who isn't
witty enough to talk isn't smart
enough tohut up either. .,,
air base In Gernmny. The trip
was made via BerMpdInd the
The C-99, commaded by Cat.
James R. Pittard MI ticelo.
Ga., carried 23 crewmen ad obt.
servers on the 31-bour fight to
McMullen said the Berlin air-
lift proved Air Poree hort-range
mobility and the C-uu hoa now
proven l~agO'rlaz lmomy.
Refrt2eraters I I cles.
$15.00 down and %1500
monthly. T "reedent of
the Canal zone only. Only
a few left. Act nowl
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lub sysm d
HO -TtL 24 5
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Champ fwurd BA
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Skills insaecgfor a
pennies a mt.a h
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Storea P3re. 5-
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houseboat, Gr adma I. They are greeted at St. Marks, Fla., by Bo Lynn. The Tables, travMfl
S.. through Inland waterways, plan to write guide for other waterway Wspasrs.
THIS 18 A ROOF?-Thbs sddle-shaped banging root of the "Black Forest Hall" in Karlsbe.
Germany, will have no center supports. Concrete pillars spaced throughout the gs walls will
support the unique three-inch-thick steel and concrete roof. Designed by Prof, Ech Sehbelng,
the ball wHil be used for indoor sports events, exhibitions and rallies. It will eat about 4800.
LIKE MERCURY IN SUMMER--FARES KEEP OING UP-NewsBm p shows mother
of the high eot o Uving: the incresing cost of public transportation acroe the nation. Mat
teams find they are unable to make a profit with parent fars even though most have doubled lam
thr end of World War I. Many have been forced to incease prices i the face ot consideraM
.-.... protest frno the riding public. -
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I It was early in the z8oo's that
'll Mr. James Atkinson first delighted
Regency England with a cologne f
exceptional delicacy Atkinsons Gold
r MAdal Eau de Cologne. 10o years later the
discriminating are still discovering the refresh
S ment and distinction of this truly clade
Now there are 8 Atkinsons Cologne s .
choose from--8 exciting fragrances, each
with its own special character. Make your
personal choice from Atkinsoa .. they'
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Dodgers Out For Yank
Chuck Dressen Will Try k
To Show Up World Champs .=
By CARL LUNDQUIST TEAMS w L ft
Brooklyn 80 37 .
NEW YORK. Aug. 20 (UP) The Dodgers Milwaukee 7 47
St. Loua 63 53
were out for blood today- Yankee. blood Philadelphia 64 54 .543
And they couldn't hate the sight of those Yan- New York 57 59 .491
Cincinnati 53 61 .442
kee uniforms more even if the Dodgers were all Con- Chicago 45 71 .388
fedcratt war veterans. Pittsburgh 39 86 .312
IHaving killed off the Giants inr of Elli Kinder, who retired TODAY'S GAMSX
Dodger Manager Charley Dres- :0 batters in a row for his ninth New York at Brooklyn
sen set two new ambitious goals victory Gus Zernlal hit two Pittsburgh at Phila. (fW.
-both aimed at showing up the homers for the A's giving him 31 Chicago at St. Louis
World Champion Bombers-even and the league lead. Only games scheduled.
before they meet in the World
Series. Billy Hoeft pitched the Tigers YESTERDAY'S .RESULTS
Dresser wants the Dodgers to to a 4-2 victory over the skidding New York 005 000 000-5 11 0
clinch the pennant before the Indian. as Bob Nieman hit a Brooklyn 103 000 03x-7 10 2
Yankees and he would like to toptv o-run homer Griissom. Wilhelm (7-8) and
Yankees and he would like to top o- homer Westrum: Meyer, Wade. Milllken,
the Yankees' American League ^ ?i Hiihe< and Camoanella
winning streak of 19 games, set The Pirates ende da four-game 5-31, Hughes and Campanella,
when he was a Yankee coach in losing streak by beating the Walker.
1947 Phillies 5-3. handing Curt Sim- -
The Dodgers would be only mons his llth loss against 10Milwaukee 000 110 001- 0
halfway to the National League n ns. Frank Thomas' eieht-ln- Ci"ncnnati 200 000 000-2 5 0
record of 26 straight victories by ning homer cracked a 3-3 tie and Spahn (17-51 and Crandall.
the 1916 Giants if they beat the put the Pirates ahead to stay. Nuxhall (6-91 and Seminlck.
Nev., Yorkers today but if they
hurdle that game they could top The Cubs beat the Cardinals. Chicago 020 00 0-5 8 0
the 1947 American League markiHacker getting what proved to St. Louis 200 001000-3 7 1
of the Yankees if they stay hot be the winning run on Dick Hacker (8-15,1 Klippstein and
aaihst the Pirates and Cubs. Schofleld's bases-loaded error. McCullough. Preskor a (- ,
Yesterday's 7-5 triumph, which White, Brae, Mller and e.
wes achieved with a three-run
rally in the eighth when Canl Yesterday's Star Milwau- Pittsburh 100 002 020-51 0
Furillo and Duke Snider drove in keep's Andv Pafko who hit safe- Phila. 100 101 000-o 8
the tallies with key hits, extend- Iv in his 17th straight game. Face (6-51 and Jantia dz.
ed Brooklyn's scoreless relief tons for the National Learue Simmons 10-11), Kontanty and
pitching mark to 21 2/3 innings. this year drilling a ninth in- Burgess.
Sning homer that beat Cinein-
Broolyn stayed 8-42 games a- nail, 3-2. that beat Cincin- MERICAN LEAGUE
hea~ of Milwaukee which top ni TEAMS W L Pet.
4 ,4$ e.eds 3-2 on Andy Paf- New York 80 38 .678
ko 919iter in the ninth as Playground Sports chicag 2 47 6
arrn Spahn pitched a five- Cleveland 84 52 .552
hitter for his 16th victory. Ted Boston 67 55 .549
Kluszewski hit his 37th homer The Isthmian Battle Ball Washington 59 61 ,492
for Cincinnati. 'Tournament. sponsored by the Philadelphia 48 71 .103
In the American League, the Physical Education and Recrea- Detroit 44 7$ .76
Yankees went 8-_/2 games ahead tlon Branch. was won by the St. Louis -. 42 7 .47
of the White Sox by topping Margarita Gym. The first round
ih..ZI. Ji-._ n n. c T Don- ....r. '. .... follnows: amhna TODAY'S GAMES
Was ng ion on" jm l uun-iscores were as ionuwa:L. illlul
aid's four-hit job while the drew a bye. Margarita defeated
Browns edged Chicago 4-3 in 10 Cristobal 31-21. Gatun defeated
Innings with two runs on a sin- Balboa 27-4.
ale by Vern Stephens, a triple by
Les Moss and a squeeze bunt by Tn the second round Marga-
Vic Wertz. The Browns also stop- rita defeated Gamboa 25-15 to
ped Billy Pierce's string of score- earn the right to play Oatun
less innings at 40 with a pair of in the finals. Margarita con-
runsln the sixth. He suffered his quered t h e I r Atlantic Side
eighth defeat. Yogi Berra hit a neighbors by the. score of 30-4.
homer to put McDonald in front There were 80 children from
for good. all points on the Isthmus who
Ted-Williams hit a long two- participated In the Tournament
run homer for the 6-4 victory and the series of games were
margin as the Red Sox defeated watched by approximately 100
thesAthletics on the relief pitch- spectators. -. .A.Iha
MISS AMERICA B JPACEE GOLFERS IR AW JIa J
lea 1953, is shown grett g the Panama and Costa Iltabe jtinior g
Ann Arbor. Mich., for the 8th International Jaycee Junior. OoT Gf ur
Langley. whose prhitaee at the event was sponsored by Nagh Motors, i
200 of the best JupiLtlers from 46 states, Ha waii, C and the I
the tourney. Thel a were transported frd thi o tatte in
Naah Motors and dealers. Team members plcturelds 1e are (left
des. Panama; William Hinkle. Panama; Luis M oya, Coat~T fqia Mipi
For Brown, Finnegan R:f
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Washington at New York
Cleveland at Detroit
Only games scheduled A r
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Aic
Washington 000 000 000-0 4 01
New York 000 110 00x- 1
Sima (1-3), Dixdn and Orawo. .I
McDonald (8-4) and Berra.
St. Louis 000 002 000 2-41 0
Chicago 000 000 200 1-3 13 3
Pillette, Stuart, Turley (1-0) TourI erican track ast
and Moss. Pierce, (L"-d, Wright retu the ta t of lI
and Lolark Wilan. y"P i G Oame Tuead
-4 .f l ix of the-ll even
Phila. (I 202 000-4 3 r F am- a .
Boston 103 0 0 x- 1I ll 2. tlt.e .
Bishop (3-11), Mart30 dte
troth Flowers, Kder i e dalt .a le raII
Cleveland 000 110 OW4a i ctoAmes r i 1
DetroitU0 pt2 O vcx 3iin. t1
Hoeft n "(8ert gelawon the 400
,1. n four tenth le~cnda
T H T T t I Champions Crowned
P~I *o lIn Canal Zone
S S BELLA VIST Volleyball Tourney
U :0p.- TODAY!- SHOWS
U 9:00-pm. TODAY! -Thrbe new amplan we
THE GREATEST OF ALL crowned MOFd ? in %Ia
FRENCH PICTURES! 3:00 4:40 6:50 9:00 p.m. mer Recreation 11ey1= Toym
inament sponsored by te Phy1
DIII E DAI" IT'S A SPRINGTIME Ical Education and Recreatli
BLUE BEARD" SPREE IN PAREE! Branch of the Division
(BARBE BLEUE) Schools- won the boys' champ
nch Dialoguesl .0I- pionship throuj the efforts C
.pDin Pld esmt, a binett
114% FssDonald mnithh, TOMfty Cs
WAnti... .rian x..m llmM FltV
-To Boss I
of P Steve p'e8
te, da- imnage tl
'- phM i2mllies durl
Aug. 2. -
i s*lned to-
ag the 1is"
hPrnM6t Bob Carpente
w~rl. Mtd disclose the tenra
ere ea.e-year contract. The
Sqqtr' O'Neil had beft:
qMelrg an. estimated s$UP
as yeaw en he was signed t
take er as manager in aid-
seOtA In 1252.
l -Mheld title hope tir
uWganu at chances with the
preset flllUe team for mont
year. e said third baseiemn
WIie enes was one of tle
b ie daappolntments. -ib
f mi l great," O'Neil
lt i dtasin iis poor.*
r taes e
Track Stars oa
wl ro nd (oa r-l l
St 4".d '* 915 0 i"',
n o 1s : i
amuot seore um %uo 'vw muer -t
lay as Befinett, Johlon, Rogers
'bnd Baker were clocked In 43-
Santa ruz Sports
All ties were broken Tuesday
night as Hospital and Nooona
defeated Medart and Ray-o-Va,
Hopital, playing hard to keep
out of the cellar, hipped Mesart
44-40. Hospital proved strqnger
in the last half after ba
little wild int the it. Hr p
went right on top frasi the
start, but Medart levrer.iU
them to get far ahead.
High-pointers: Hospital .
Davis 17; Medart .0. Gant
oMt 19. R. Millet
T second game was W I ot
lIg a championship contest b
was played rather slopprl, w
eona, now sole leaders f
second half, drubbed ti- ft
half whiners 72-34.
Egee on the eourt.
advantage of the
y and went on to
Because of un rt
action, Dryden and a.
of .Ray-d-Vac, were p
the game. This mde it
easier for Nocona as
men are both helpful
6rtffith 22. P. Grant 19,
era 11; Ray-o-Vac 0. g
One of the sport'H
Unmbers of the c -
VO Butcher, has
to the V
S ant Crus Vacation
S Bukehe has
Inltt yu help8ort
ed a prize toward the
eld Day Program la.
s d and managed
sl Ioftbapll league, aii
has donated a trophy for
bI-kOUhall season. We, the
S sports fans,
for his generousd Cli
to-an enld he bos
and two gam
l ed Themrwer
0 ufl. C"'
cause of U over-the-wet
conditions the bout.
Flnegan bemgs of.
title athe te
dayen afterosn. %
Brownthe withll l wlt
a knockout t'1nbmp tinudl
not deprive Wl rdof Wl' .
cause of the -over-the-weteh
condltlons oe the bout. i
' n r iegan, trfm r oS,-vIij
SColon Arena for the .' l
~, 4 1. '?
hs' !'~c;i: *'~h- )
.i l.. .
",; .; 4'
ag Colan is
during his train a If-W
and seems a sur
the ring the f 1. O
semifinal battle 2. J.I
#geheduled eight.pd I
victor Ardlne1. .. 100 ,.
.ix-round I. 100 s1
Jose Tml : 1:
be a 1. Ryt
lasts. S. J.
mA fou.rw,,A C S i.
1. IM tBra ,M^
-- B00; 2, .
ly *' ,. *..kA5W ^ I
T "1" JL I l
OLI mpt we prag
tWlan price Hf
-I ceInts eu
i-.^ --'.' -*^
P-l q .% 4
...| +:- .
,;'t "_ .- ^ 1. .
*B t,,,I- .-"--::
.- i Ilg
545T* *-jt1A.. *
throuSh his leps to a eceiver
o's l around one n then
mu eeusly. TheBro-
ak e upper part o his
ion Is In early training at
SGround, ep. (NgLt
-- ~ ~~ --- I
ik Big Names
1Q Eter Amador
A lnendid _eatr i of an
evenOO Pr" An 1ol9'a tb
male and SmaUe wmebe will
1h m MM i at t e A-
mador T f the mebtly
Mixed Scotch l ae Tour-
nament gets u Bleray at 10
a.m.,.Suady, 23 Agurt,
A full hedale of startingn
times from 10 a.m. to I p.m. a
been posted and the Tourna-
ment Committee urgently re-
quests the partkle t' coopera-
tion n making tamr strttng
times good la order to not de-
la tho tollowin.
The Cervoceri National Brew-
ery hus donated two kegs of
their finest brew which will be
Iced and ready for the thirsty
at No. I and No. 14 tees.
A buffet dinner will be serve
at the 19th hole of commencing
at 5 p.m. Awarding of prha to
Include past winners of the Club
Handicap Chamoplnshlp, the
May-June Best Ball Tourna-
ment, members who beat Julius
Boros during the 3d Annual
National Oolf Day, and winningR
ooupl In the Sunday Mixed
will ple e other Just prior
to, .or after buffet diner is
The ever popular Chief of
WARff, & RAlvrX Ba". GOP.
N. A. t wlU be band
to &d all
tar gh 9unday Wixed h
nutname event care u jo:j
Col. and Mrs. Orohs
Maj. and Mrs. Hamilton.
Lt. Col. Maeks and Mn. Coa-
Mr. C. MaMurray and Mrs.
Mr. J. Hinkle and Mrs. Ham-
t. Mrd Mn. Boyd.
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ladd
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Fowler.
Cl. and Mrs. Miller
IM. aad Mrs. Hayter
Mr. Lasy and Mrs. R,Lincoln
Mr. ad MS. French.
Lt Col. and Mrs. oGrman
MajI. and Ms. snney.
Mr. Lally and rsM. R. Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. Frnoh.
1 :4- -
Lt. ol. and Mnr. German
' s, and Mrs. Keaey-.
Ma, and Mrs. ndall
Dr. and Mid Drenna. .
Ma. and Mrs. Wood
MaJ. and Mrs. Barber. '
Lt. Graham and Mrs. AbMW
Mr. and Mra. IMeres. '
L. Col. Dow and Mrs. L. S&
Lt. Col L. B. Taylor &an M* ,
Cmdr. and Mrs. Clark
pt. oClay and Mrs. DM
11: .';*, ( 8 '
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Barr
Maj. and Mrs. Payne i<
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Rogers .,
..j. and Mrs. Cummings I*
Mr. and Mn. Morris
Mr. Wigg and Mr. Perantle. m :L
12:13 p. .
Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. I. Taylor-'
Mr. and Mr Vands rrlpt. ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Pree Trim
Mr. Olen and Mrs. W .
Lt. Col. and MS. 3l I .
Mr. Robinso and Mhi U
Capt. and Mrs.
Mr.d s Mrs ,.
M1U. and Mrs.
ur. sad s. a '.
By SmU IMH." ,
K Tom to Wtoased LMpMO
QUa TION: The batter -
with the tbaea lftaddi.
thu next pitch, the i
tcam discovers that he .
out of turn. Is br out aS -
the runs vaunt? HaD t C T
Answri rThe battw w.
shulad av beea ldtmg h Ur
flared ut, at the ome wt m
The ramm who ea sm
the trle most n tme touIA
bakes. The a*S who NUf4bWR
bats tI his proper po tle.. .
Q. Who was tm firt E4
signed by as Amotcar LA M ,
I;._.a. mab N f
qith and XP
rts. Leola r" aditen N-
-By pAkWjibnwinmed we cegaw oar
.'-' '1 I
A. amd M:
Mr'.are tul ol
sr he -dirled
| the orI
uw ol T
in order to make space for our new
merchandise we're continually unpacking. .,
NeW Ton SU l $
no r f i ut r I
$ 37:50 ..
*'4r .. L.J~
Cogw ,AM LQUIDATION of.
'"HASFl"wti:tw and DINNER JACKETS
one. .'$12.50 two. .$19.95
nyloa e"rd, tr a, rayon
now .' r C u l r
ES STRICtLY CAS I '' NO RETURNS
"Hdw"iolfhte WI b'rs Men of Goed TMA-
COO $ OL..R
. y1' F
.** I L
* nI O aO s
i I' ",
" -. .t
.. .;, i
Xvffimz '0 n
"Let the people know the truth andi the country is saoe" AbrauiamlJ ':ue
.^______ ,_ '[ "ift', -*
LONDON, Aug. 20 (UP) Te- negotiating with Shah Moham- RABAT, Morocco, AuM. 20- rance-
h a rpadlo said in a broadcast med Reza Pahlevi for the use of (UP) The Nationalist, anti- meak' bloo
adled here today that Pre- a BOAC airliner to carry him French Sultan of Morocco,- 8141 civil war as
alter Mohammed Mossadegh had back to Teheran. Mohammed Ben Youssef, was sides ub
been captured by nnr-Shah tore- The company, said, however, ousted from his silken tone lr
es in Iran. that no agresWent had been today by France. n
Royalist government forces in reached. An announcement could The French government, pled- y
the Iranian capital crushed be expected "later In the day, gtd by treaty to support his s
scattered pro-Mossadegh demon- perhaps at any:hour," a spokes- power but under heavy pressure
stratlons with troops and tanks. man said. by the fierce Berber tribesmen
The British Overseas Airways Rome reports quoted the Shah to kick him out, ordered the
Corporation here disclosed it is as saying he was trying to find a Sultan to go into immediate
chartered plane to return to his exile to prevent a civil war.
Syubold Wife capital at the invitation of Pre- The action was a triumin foir 9 i
Syb ld, Wimiler-designaten Gen. Fazlollah the Sultan's declared eniee, b
To Sail For NY Zahedi. led by tough old ThatalM
0 S l For N Teheran.radlo reported this Ouari, parish of Marrakech an
Aboard Ancon morning that the Shah has ask- ruler of 2,000,000 Berbers in. the ThI,
Aboard Anon ed the new Premier-designate to towering Atlas mountains with it
Governor and Mrs. Seybold spare the life of the deposed the wide tSAhlr. oT 1
will be among the passengers Mossadegh. El Glaoul who has been seei* U
sailing Friday morning on the ing the 8ultat scalp for year,
PLnama liner Ancon for New Peace has been apparently re- charged the 44-year-old rules,
o rk, according to an an- stored in Teheran after yester- who also wa the Moslem
announcement from B a b o a day's bloody and rapid revolt in spiritual leader of Morocco, with d
Heights. which at least 300 were killed in "Impiety'' and "modernism." riod
The governor will go first to struggles between followers of displayed plbtUrea of the ul- at
Washington for a brief visit on the Shah anudupporters of.Mos- tan's daughters. In Bikini batl r
official business following which sadegh. The latter were armed ling suits to prove his pint. of th
he and Mrs. Seybold plan a to the teeth and counted on the The 50 tribal pahas
short vacation. Their vacation cellaboratlon of the Communists. cald roared their approval aw A
plans include a motor trip to Meanwhile in Teaneck, N.J., theBut8ntaOerlast
various mid-west cities, the brother of Iranian Foreign France, ieriul of alvi a
,The date of Beybold's return Minister Hussein Fatemi suffer- urged them to hold off il af
tof the Isthmus is still inde- ed a heart attack shortly after colpromfee could be sougt.
flnite and will probably depend hearing reports that his brother Today the blue-veiled Berbe
on the date set for the Septem- was "cut to pieces" yesterday in wartors marched on Rabat de'-
ber meeting of the board of di- the army's overthrow of Premier termlned to enforce at the
rectors of the Panama Canal. Mossadegh's government. point of their curved words the
During his absence from the Nasrolla Salfour Fateml was decision to topple the Sultan
Ilthmus, Lt. Oov. H. O. Paxson taken in an ambulance to hospl- from his thrne..
will act as governor and per- tal. He said he was "so shocked France's resident-general Gen.
fom the duties of the president I don't. know what to think." Augustin Ouillaume, saved them
Ot the Panama Canal Co. which In a halting voice. Naaollah, a the trouble.
reate to the company's activi- former member of the Iranian In a face-to-face iint~view (
iesi an the Isthmus. Parliament, said he would wait with the Sultan, he ordered the
further reports "with hope in rotund monarch to get 'o tta
Th rtheart" that his brother might Guillanie acted on in**uo-
le Thing be alive. tions rushed' to him after an age
At A Time emberof thae family emergency cabinet meeting hld .sNor
an unweatmed woman; refused thismorning In Paris. s
to let Fatemi talk at length, say- Thirty tanks and armored sl,
WALWELL-ON-TYNE, l g- Ing he wea "very sick." ears surrounded the Sulfn's th crooner
a, Aug. 20 (UP) Alf Rad- Nasrollah Is currently adviser white-walled Aguedal palace w receiw
ford,.50, built hi4 own auto in to his country's delegation to the during the iterview. Even phone p- aent an
the front parlor of his home United Nations. He also is a lee- connections with the ,palace pot.
even though he'll have to rip out tuser in the department of orien. were cut off until the interview 3h3ough
the front window next month to tal languages and literature at was completed. Hwrth- n
movee it. Princeton University. Crack Benegalese soldiers, r date,
French Foreign Legionnaires w At leasi
and French officers paroled Mr. Rayme
I the entire region of the Meho- a (forniao
Sar, the Wae d enclave surn- aWhil
rounding the palace. shw use
Si The coup, development, latest her unter t
i .4f1m~ ^. eqIn a series of wildfire explosions me. to vis
SfJspreading across the entire Mid- bad, actor
I dle ast, came on the eve of the now is in E
great Moslem religious festival 4W ga"id
of Ad-ql-Keblr. 1iyp, to pa
Had ,action been delayed un- be o*es me
til tomorrow the faithful would Wela thou
BIRDS EYE FISHa have had to choose between the teO 0 me
Sultan and a new religious lead- wie
Sep- laStalled by the Sultan's KLph there
Delicious, tender Haddo*, Cod, and
Cleaned, llted, quick4frasn immediate
the catch. Tbhere'.Ws saa y NO "WATB !
ounce is super fish.-etin... you' love
EYE FISH! Baked, Wld or broiled-nmy
fllet is a wondart supper dish!
Fes lau d yurw ommiswry
pIt ige Abroad
NXW YORK, Aug. 20 (UP) -
Adlat E. Stevenson said today
after a six-month world tour
that the prestige and the moral
itfluence of the United States
abroad has declined. But he add-
ed that he doubted anything had
been lost that cannot be regain-
At a press conference a few
hours after the 1952 Democratic
Presidential candidate arrived
here by plane from Europe. Ste-
Perch. venson said the most important
task facing the Elsenhower ad-
ly after ministration is holdingg togeth.
! Ery er the grand alliance of the
BIRDS He aid he found an imores-
f th on abroad that US. faith in
cooperation Is being replaced by
"a readiness to go it alone."
"Unilateralism is Just the new
face of Isolationism, and it spells
disaster," ho said.
"Just- now. unhappily. our
prestige and influence have de-
clined, together with faith in our
judgment and our leadership."
WiA Y! 4t Wht--
DMOART!'U, Tex.. Aug. 20
S () -tricken real-
gi Klater today
S I' much.
here for two
have t~ rucked in
: ,.. .. ... .. ,. ..
," .:, ...
4. ...- i. .,:
`in JbrS i~p
- law 1Bi~p
isterday *sgn a
ttlenit 'offes~d; r
r under which she
s 41800 as a Ldowa
d $100 a week- sup-
Haymtee nd LMsa
ew can uet ia.jar-
they win have, t
Sone year because of
' hMinu to file for'
e. Mrs. Haymes maid
the. money granted
he financial settle-
it her former 'hus-
SErrol Flynn, who
she will try to get
iy her "the alimony
gh Haymes was free.
irrying the former
Moslem Prince Aly
were other trouble*
ices possible deyr
is native Argentina
eay, in Las Vega
. sh o p file d su it &-
miger for 2K861M.
said Haymesa ad
Kont % year aanf
t newr paid. -
'3 wf *'-"" t
.4 : -.;',
e. on-st iory
- Js for the
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rWENTT-EIGFHT YEAR. PANAMA. R. P.. THURSDAY. AUGUST T3, 19U .
Eastern Potentates' Sco
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