The Panama American

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

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:
AA00010883:01699

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"art"1 agerty, after Bnyder's sWIS. BERUN, Aug. 29 (UP) he Commmniets
, told reporters that the Preal--t
me- denVt'a sore elbow resembled a threaded to evict East Berlinmrs from their
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Sto o ue work- workers a otelin Allee projects'had been addre
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THE PAiN .1A AMERICAN -
I. r Labor News "" '
O*NSr s* .... .-c e rHN PANAMA AM aICAN PIe. INI ."
S.ou...or f..- NUoN WoUWWLL.. .* AAnd '
or -. .. HACMOWiO AIAS. Barte. .*-i*m- p sMn *
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rrI. rS -F! .'. VilivS 'OSMIIA P POWERS INC
SR .ar.p. Avg N1YV YOR 117 N V
LOCA La, By Victor Rfiesel
pop SIX c -I.s h soV4eCf io a 00
N I ONI YIRAN. VANC logo a 00
o ', w.*.. *,v t 1so .O In view of the chilling fact
S- T that a king-slied Hydrogen
I OUR ORM -- THE READERS OWN COLUMN bomb can blow sky-high as
m -much dust and human debris as
some 10.000,000 tons of TNT, I
Si A I B know It won't be considered un-
P"A L B' 0 neighborly of me to point out
that the Canadian Mounted Po- -'_. '
u -- lice, the Canadian government,
the Ml, on forum Ioe readers of The Pamae and some of their polltlcas are
isLetter Mal Ls n oreved gru lotf readers o Tha Pm m hllyMr- Cuncomfortably coddling a Com- L
dent Ltt manner rcerved gre*al nd re handled me h t i- munlst-controlled union In the
dent mcnnrte heart of their heavy (hydrogen) "
Syou cnrbul.e Iltter don'l be .mpint .It do n lt appea r thl water and uranium refining and
nex' :. Le'lers lrc pubflilcd mn the order received. digging installations. .
r:s.le y te ke.p the lthern lined *r one poe ienk. This union. the Mine. Mill and
Idcn; Iv oa Ictlecr wrtrl Ia held in tructest confidence. c.melter Workeis has as Its na-
This ne-spaper aosurres no .reponstbnbtl Ior statements a opniow tlonal counsel man named Nat .,-
esrer:sd in Icters, from reoacn Witt. who, according to Con-
-- ol aressional testimony, was a
Communist cell mate of Alger
IREED BY .A FLEA-TRAP Hiss when that cell began mul-
tiplving with politUco-bololgical
Bl To add insult to possible Iniu-
Sir: ryv. the Canadian authorities
have been needling and ham-
Maybe I haten I the right to complain, being as 1 am a real- rtringing anti-Communist unal
dentof Wilhanon Place. iThe Cement Jungle.. But neverthe- organizers sent in literally to
les on August 26 I nas charged by a ferocious, overgrown, flea- save us from a fate worse than
bitten mon:rel in Williamson Place at approximately 1:30 a.m. atomic death.
ThePe anti-Communists have
-I was comintc Iome after a honest night's work when this been dispatched at oonlderab1
member of the ranine family decided to plav tag with me. I was expenditure of Canadian and
"it." When I saw this frustratedd pooch running toward me and American dollars by DavM Me- B
letting off steam in his doe language. I bravely jumped over the Donald's CIO United Stelwork-
playground fence ers-not for the sake of unals-
ing a few hundred men and col-
-He stopped on the other side and began to tell me about his lecting a few dollars in dues. t
wife and sixteen hungry children waiting for him to bring home to drive out the nro-8oiet uod
some meat. "Would I oblige'"... He claimed that it wouldn't hurt for the sake of Western decency.
much, Just the initial mouthful I tried to sell him on the idea The Canadiaa ailtle m b asve
of becoming a \egetzrnan But lie persisted and we started to shown their gratitude by toy-"
*a.ue- ein.t to drive the CI .gas-
We got on the subitct of politics. I told him that with a de- heavy te d ,
pression lust .round the corner. Deonle might take up the hobby ter areas whI e dbwing thT
of Jumping out of windows. Then there should be gobs of meat r --C u .ad-'A" .
lust lying around. If one doesn't mind it being a little squashed. ..' t .aL-e-- --r-u t a
He agreed and walked off. I sneaked into my dwelling before he afnd a gitate. s J i i

I would be very 'rateful to the owner of this playful? dog if the specifics at th moment'
he woul4 kep.h4s gboulih mutt from wandering through the vhen President W tenhowefIser Isl .. :. .I
streets; oerhavs next time he couldn't be Interested in our p the news h noathe gr
m'esent cltlcal or economic situation. h t~, ea a monopo y .f tHydroen
-Gu s Ga, explosions. I to a t on the RPAIM.-I have aentt agot depet -t at
Port Radium Incident.1 do this ing to admire Barry Th n
Si the hope that sufficient in- the United State. and ea t it
dignation will raft across the great deal of ental fr etus him even i -aa Woae the
border to force the Canadians to emeritus category. The nmallnest of the man to
give the non-Communists an continues to emerge. M B
in on my way Io join even break with the leftes. We noted with ome lack of applaw i
Sin on my Way o JOi Sometime last May. the Steel- small-town crack aRot Ike'a gdti, wit the add
workers' Canadian chief, Mur- note that he ad l eays been too bIM~
SThe Round p ray Cotterill. nt solte of his fr"oities.~ an you remaber that ~ u
I organizers into a spot called to KR. West .vee wlplUti a, ai
ST e RouUranium Cityv..way. up aort in of e to'aeglect n
frozen Saskatchewan. barntorm in a camilg that
at the There a company is digging bh never been rivalled.
considerable ouantitles or- wr- And It-notice now, at the same time thb
/ a nlum out of the Icy ground. In bert Hoover, at 79, is selfleadly oain too
ATIAC AD those parts too the company is the Feeral Commission on the
'LA G D N finishing a uranium refinery, ot th. atIUv2 Branch, that MrL
Sthe only one in Caad, S nUll igK .naty lttle-. r w hoI
'riThe most startling innovation ever When the O0 ,c.worlr' f b:.,
S" offered Panrma's Cafe-Soiety, people got to Ura au ity,t lI "Lt t.cs;*
ran into a private guard system.. longer
7 5 HECT'OP FOR INFORMATION | rorsl ta arese P s to te
The guards weaulan't 1t the point =L
anti-Commenlut organizers of mend W s 'qdb
te the CIO Steelwkenrs te thi chance take them to tk."
lbunkhouses to contact the
.. miners, although the Nine- This,- elken tIirt a ~u lIty a
Mil crowd wee therb and or- I cle~a.d of lc t trtli
g anising unhindered l the acter: .arpolti to the bIttrnd.,
"...------- -"- -..... ..l lr y banks closed to Dave Me- country can go o.. a it
--ImfH 1t1 i I1 Donald's outfit. Mr. Truman's defeat actlvtlesl have a. t


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After considerable Irritation
and communication with the
regional office, the Steelworkers'
organizers decided to leave Ura-
nium City for a spot called Port
Radium which had a bigger
mine. The strategy was to leave
Uranium City on Ice. Then to
organize the er roup iof
diggers In Portf, Radm:.e
them as a base and
with added e and' d
Now, you get Iak lbl.
by ailrlTane. You' ad
the plne until you'
by the Royal Mounties, tor
securty, reasons and of
susteinace." The only
can eat there is by i
for the ptnany dining h
living in thle bunkhouses.
went the Steelworkers' ~aatwE
iman.
SHe yas met by the MipHes. I


mlsdoBe the bunkh< eW
Sver next marmtag a NIn-
S Mill organizer arrived and
despite the fact that bis ie"
had been barred for years nd
had, been kicked out of both
the CIO and the Canadian
Congress of Laber as Cbmmau-
nist-dominated, the leftwnag
S organizer was admitted to the
secret town so he could eom-
pete with the Steelworkem'
representative.
The police referred the Indig-
nant Steelworker, who naturally
protested to the management.
The executives said that once
David McDonald's man had been
cleared, then it was right for
"any union" to come In.
"The men needed to have.L
choice." 'the CIO offial e wa
Told. The Steeelrker ,blew
top and told them that if th
Canadian government the
police coulfdt.,
enee between a
.2P been leaved lkr I e
S union led by aien ha ed a
U.8. P tn
pro-SvWiWt
untionhape o
Ig its tim 1
the CMa ..
'Tulturas a
taills- The. Ak


ed to consist largely of hustling his giemttrifo
a huge chunk of dough. I notice ba.as f it
gone 1p the JournliJJ4 butsnei in a i wa. p
and is eien writing ot-boers a for "n'aut
on what.It' like to bp a unbaorsed 1
It seems me that the pitmAre of
dent hitn about trying to ri a e
the fitt Mj chunk of dough he Int '-
la a litfl hidicrous: In view of th f
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ANNOVNCEMINT OP T01 WI9O There Were 25 In'
OF MISS GW ITR AIG at the affair.
The ausimeMkes t tl ahi manh minse of Miss andm iLS
Gwendolyn ari o Mr. master Steimeier of Washlaton, Mr. and Weley W.
SD. C, has been removed by friends heem. der andt wo children, at
The wedding will take place Gouh, Mrs. Louis Lee, Mrs. Ed- tun, left Friday dL
September fifth, at 4:30 p.m., ward Mann, Mrs. Russell, Manp, Panamat o make t~eir
In the Oakdale Presbyterian Mrs. Merle Mpunat, Mrs. Peo- n. Auburn, CaUsll '
Church, Norfolk, Virginia. ney Poole, Ma. -C. R. Porter wanders has a_
Miss Karigen Is the daughter and Mrs. Adolph Truillo. The tlno with tahe a
of Captain and Mrs. Gordon F. guests for, he .affair were son, Generation nd
Ka or wel known residents Mrs. Robed E ls and .fs. M.. missing Bach.
on the Atlantic Side who lived L Smith. Cotin Club
In the De Lesseps Area, before Cototrin Cla Siameer
going to Nor olk, Virginia, Fleet Reserve rso. Formal iDee atu iiay
where they now reside. Braneh S Muets The Washington C.otillo*.
Paa 8he has chosen as one of The members of the Ladies Club will hold a o ta.a'n1
a Prapnled Pan a i her bridesmaids Miss Pat How- Auxiliary of Fleet Reserve As- mal dance tonight at a:-WI I J
veterans orgab sUoni~.~ft ard daughter of Mr. and Mrs. soclation. Branch 59 of Coco ballroom of the WahBo
dJutant: Fred iabth, 1M William L. Howard of Marga- Solo, met Tuesday evening for s
a. 0. Whlttington r,'..ce COl- rita, a friend of their school the monthly meeting. Mrs. .... .
esentatve: Carre a rt. chair- days on the Canal Zone, and Marie Guiddy, pr ldent was s eO Camera Club
t. L. Carey t a ; r C. who Is now in Nurses Train- in charge of the metin. Mrs. HAn l nesting
nfme mit co ti ; 8 row'.-i in Maryland. Georgia Jones was initiated as t ed- eeting m
nbership commit ee: .auau- a new member and was ap- t Cend mera Club w."
airman Pacific id Tea Honors Beent Bride pointed as sergeant at arms. tic Camera Club wa
. not shoyn, w~r. : t0Sl.- A tea given by Miss Frnces She was named as OhairmanMonday fght at the ;
der. Moomaw honored Mrs. Daniel cf the Hospital Committee. H Brs Heights.T
A. Lawson of Gatun, a .recent The Branch s again spon- de sets from the Potrs
aL- bride. scoring the Brownies for the of Amei .
yI ear. Mrs. Virginia Matthews, e of 50 sAdes with commUn-
The guests included assoct- from the Girl Scouts tar were pre winners
If ates of the honored guest, Brownies was a guest for the various International CompetU-
I teachers in' the Margarita Ele- enng, tons. In addition there ee
mentary School. They. were an open oompetton t le .
Mrs. Earl Albertson, Mrs. Jo- Mrs. Doris Kaempf volun-tl' sa M o "preCuit
op Il aeph Owinn, Mrs. Grdy lBar- teered to be chapman of the AtlP .tsc m e Club ,
Sdson, Mrs. Samuel Craig, Mrs.ommtt to bake cakes for ..'s Octber comptiton.
Nancy Hawthorne, Mrs. David the Naval Hospital, those who? Jell wMee Chi ,
BY DIIEIR1 G. Peters, Mrs. C. D. Dameron, will aid her are Mrs. Ora Luce. r rWrl Mrs. ,Jo~
wi., Mrs. W. E. Rushing. Miss Mar- Mrs. Mot.en. -mnce- IS.' nd Walter R. ReeveL BB
ASJorle Price, Mss Odell ters, Laatd rs. Frank .
fawning adi and MWss Doris Milard. -1fuell Mr. and w. Fra n_ ...
R3. an ils5Giles and Mrs. Leila Stable.IMr andMrs.. K ,N. 1.na
aThose who will, assist Mrs. -Parker and lem."
heca of Int. v Entertain Georgia Jones to serve the -a rand M
-t ce tWth Meunlag Coffn cake are Mrs. Lell Stahis.,
Mrs. Joseph X Ilin of Oa Ms Joe Anne Jayroe and Mrs. The subject for next mon.
tun, entertained with a coffee r)- Luce. ,he -lhet for nex mon ,
orpyt at her home in Gatun, Mrs Mary Prien Welfare scll lpe ind t1b le
VI 01a s as ned Thr morning. The guest COhairman, .ad the members ofnd table top
s still as unued, unin- l d members of the group her conmmttee are Ms. An -ahe tn of t. h
plain-spok sdbel- Of 4. Woman's Auxiliary of BernIckiM. Bas- l G-les. .Mr
as when he ofrI planked Ostti Union Church of which Doris Mahhols, Ms. label La roup ill be anno.m.C d
A sl-12 clodhoppeo bn: a Son- she~m the Leader a year ago than, and Mrs. Joe ;Anne Jay-
qti desk back in 1940. A M ble cover with squre roe. The.om s ee or wile dl- th e
4 Qne. thing Langer him never emroidered and marked with river 100 pounds of rice to the
Stoi's having a eoretary lame of the members of home of the awed at Puerto -w
Saphone call for him. Moe up was given.to Mrs. Pilon, next 'month.
a n not, theb oh b o L.~ le dravnLof oname After theo meetin-tla ng de de s -r .e, a des
8akpta ksba the tGldhone Mt&.' OSraham received enjoyed refresnmnl --served by
l i -the, number,direbto a croehebted draw a trying ba
5P o a er a. A Ms Irvin s Mrs. La Badders and Mrs.
d~en2teto h .- be held Ott er celeat as won bytm. __ d.J
Lan-,, byt# Xb h f p the. rant-l E velyA Iard .TV h, n Aug.
l r ltSm we* disou the I .I bd-MI ( Ri .Yale law romaorTho
OUPMl the telephone -- ,AWguh:i far the occasion was Dhnes Toniht sa I. Emerson, ormer head of
whether LAnger happens to beu. Ooosrg D. Poole. Others A dame tonight for members 0. National Lawyers 0 u Id,
registering a bew go etl- pes lt were Mrs. Wlisam l and the gest for ill be hel d,.t on OdY a hre l
tebaa ogr at pim tig a rttarh Arthur Baggott.at e s l aClub. rani es UI enHerber- t l R.airownl.
friend on unoffh al b e rr. te wimner orcita. MataiCity w l r h organization -
Decently..We sertrA.A l-r mouthpl se for the Commun
to ueesto hfstiaee lpotd Mly. ,.'
ps C. Dohes, p~bent of l r Semen Terlot, make t a CLoParty.
tV WPL ettser les on, UMr Howard R. arr, Mrs. J 4e S"' .a .ta r .added, however. thla-
t" --r-trt- H aTheqh Junor Civc Coan All of tehe qa o ea policies metim
Washngto representative o Thomas Fel, Mrs. Leon Oatux4 is sponsoring a ock e with those of the
Hawai urgt prtoler, by mW J. olf and M-f.' Ross Al Dance as a last fling before
Imke adr" te el Rc Il A Bmerson, mew a ber of thev
0.. W. --vew Club jtaa ext l .
oe-und-ao,' Lanuer t ped 'Rave Lundkas vi= the,,, M -
pa ~OA th&- 'W e7 .pip, ~,. ol e o
X. aN.. 0. W-vo Club of otr t nh of n'te Q
0'9 1 1't5k was'held- Weduesday. WasIlnitos H tel of t e
,,,-Wash..
,hfIt .eatm .mf, L luM2n Ingt Cotilion Club .will hold
aeat h tIbfollowed th g., a .i dr_. -"
I'l, 'talk to you01 with anut.Th.h.Mb hoaae for =.Se'-u m.', ed
a MiLier uppefturbd. the were Mrs. Robert'N '
e4i pelmaLntifora tow -rs. th At "'r jzu
otl a ot .Mrs. Joe Roberts. lrde io'
about. and M=wl hold a dac o'hoa-rtity; iuid before a hear
Ito r tarting at 8:60 pi. Jaspe io the-matter.
'i...' -City will
heu teii of the card games were award- p1hy t "TCki
to, goIt ii fi. rst place.. ed to Mrs. Olve Lengle and a ta. r .A..0
Mr,& XL. L Smith. other mem- door p-b,
FORT WORT(. Tex. (UP) Md
a n s n Altun, Mrs. Phip Apol, bile -w q will be Introddced.
ROW app, filling station~ Albeft Brer- .Mrs.
r, deceld to repin thur Crapdall, Mr. Joseahb Bae 08760MI
a i eight The- first or- Cote. gM. duuds, Mrs.Ma t Cs h ,,l
a k is f irst night on the Joan -P"0a1 MIL Robert tThe r7nbe 'i!t .P.O.
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Bleween Russians

And Leaders Wiley
WASHINGTON. Aug 29 (UP)
.n. Alexander Wiley IR-
Wis. said :nday there Is a 'deep
clearnge" between the Russian
people anc their communist
masters aad that the United
States should do everything to
exploit It.
Wiley. chairman of the Sen-
ate'ForeigLi Relations Commit-
tee and a U. S delegate to the
United Natiou. said t.at ca-.
Itelizingl on tie situation prop-
erly could mak.' the Russian
people-noL their leaders -


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.JACOIY ON BRIDGE


BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service


'our, poteinial allies SOUTr
1 665
He released the statement as 9 J 4
his committee mad.? public the s 63
revised text of a study on "Ten- 4 K Q 9 5 3
sions Within the Soviet Union." East-West vul
The documents were prepared i Ea
by the Library of Congress and NIth .st Sout Wes
are similar to the original re- 16 Pass 2 Pass
leased more tlri-n two ears ago. 34 Pass 3 N.T. Pass
The retoi t termed the Soviet Pass Pass
system "fragile." Wilev added Opening lead-* 8
that it cannot "resist indefini-
tely the unending series of new- '
]" gereratcd strains and ten- When you watch a national
sions." championship, 3ou usually see
He' said in a preface to the very good bridge on all sides. Oc-
new edition that "the rioting casionally, however, you may see
An drevolts In the satellite coun- some bids or plays nat remind
tries are symptomatic of th.~ you of your Aunt 'illy.
impatience with the tyManny The hand shown today is not
that now Icesest a laree part of quite in this class, but I think
the po-vl-tion of the Soviet it's rather amusing when two
T-^-i itself. first class teams reach an "un-
.c..o h markable" contract of three no-
Te only conclusion t rump and then proceed to make
study warrants." he said. "s it
thjat the Russian pople--nota 'When this hand was played in
tleir kaoeis -are our potential the semifinal round of last year's
allies. Thi is a fact which. ifNational Team Championship,
properly exploited, WOQP bringlboth teams reached three no-
happi tothe people behind trump. In one room. as .shown in
the Ird-Curtain and constitute the diagram, South decided to
a te world peace. take a chance on the diamonds
Wil .hc.d a warning in when the bidding indicated that
the st that the-existence of his partner had a spade suit and
tensio- "does not mean the Ithe ace of clubs.
tussia people are ready toi He knew that there would be
spring arms in revolt." six club tricks as a nucleus, and
But said th3 Russian hoped that North had a diamond
biople that Com""uunmi stopper, or that the opponents
"does create a workers' the opponents in Pny case would
parade BEd propaganda will not be able to take more than
have but a bloody four diamond tricks even if they
prison ." did lead the suit.
The k ld test said "the This declarer- felt pretty mis-
eer o may be the strong- erable for a moment or so when
et of .the tensions. It sd West led the eilht of diamonds
the "o' ce" offensive, ap- and the dummy appeared. It
.r,-entIy was de aiged 't looked as though the enemy
placate the large Irimp wrth would be able to take at least
the ovit'soiety Who re -far- five diamond tricks. Neverthe-
til of a new war,'"' less he hopefully played dum-
myv's mieen of diamond a ndr


u receive, a ui
reception .or'a
you know is g(
a affair. Shd6u
le or write yc
e it. It may be
ble for. you, bi
ller for youh h
d after all. t
mainly doln whl
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heaved a sigh of relief wfen this
Iz heldthe tri~. '
Declarer took no further risks
fED S with'this h*ad.' He r B-,
RENOS clubs, the two hearts, and tue
ace of spades, Aiing a total of
Stein tricks. \ .o" e4
In the other i h
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sound contract ched in the
first room. 4 ,
At" thista the opening lead
was the king of spades from the
East hand. Declarer heaved a
I imitation sigh of irita not having re-
tktall party ceived a diamond opening, and
going to be a speedily took a soade, two
Id yot tele- hearts, axdaix4 jto fulfill
our answer? ht game trait, ,' "
a little more
it it will be The defenders in both rooms
ostess. gnashed their teeth wildly when
eod manners they discovered taht they could
atever makes have taken the first six diamond
ie other per- tricks if they had only known
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L U11IUA. S.C., Aug. 29 (UP government collects gtor
f eontracts for government cent from the farmer. 6
Potsloans, carry a "sleeper" "If the Commodity
plause a banker charged Corporation insi te o its
#w -aMies .re aftoersdou 'Jai mee Boynres pv
sn 0 policy to President banks ot make te
a d The president has Informed of thim. ~
,ed 'V at .4. ...... f r.e a his "Iaff will give may be endangered." .
% u a .agpt study' to the protest, President 3. Agney oft
ap ............ ~ven office said. South Caroh um arm L..
ao eSo el uauswe' aunnsy Mu. .. ...I, o The new contract forms for- so blasted the anti
V.. ........ bid the handlnr banks to dis-tlon clause. callnt it "..
i, Morm wrsw u criminate against lob applicants and "Irrelevant"
.,amff I' ,A mIS' t rw : because at race, bank ofcials O Aug. 13, senhower
-.. ...r ..o said. They spid thl new formasa 14-memex nmnl~
bu. -"...A, were sent to them athe last 30 check i
days. in firms W federal cmtt,
P--" I ..... tPresident Charles A. Lakitte of hi f e
.-. C*,p i aan Mr M. M naM Mn nis ...... S Allendale defied the Cammodity fiarm Rtld
L do # Credit Corp.. which stands be- The Priest rece n m
a)Pumon ,)_ "~ .- _.... ..... -or bind olce support loans to fatrm- Byrnes a deihgate to the
ers. to enforce what he called Natlio Geeral
........ ,. "The clause eolrd "give us allao lto of
am 10LO trouble later on," he said. and Is a groh uptlclued
0 1py section of the nation as it is .__
R, ...., .........;.. to southern lkdlers.
,aI.,s n.. ..-. ... ... He said some banks already many Driver
k '. Alm.' .' out benl awars o the clause OdO (UP) -- Letie sla
1 N *i(J.I Lil 1 bs't he will do so himself onrl the ultraomua Genera
u' A "" 1 .... ae. .. "I eant do a bigger r fe m t after e strikes out the antl-l toc2,
.%:W evry ISO 1 dierlrrntion clause Then. he des
o .a, .. dpre the CCC "can take It or hasn't" had much t' out.
Am SaSturdaI .a.. eav Earl has dlmen the

tab e rrCdo L. ... .0 R hugged Somothrace d te poly of no discrimina-
I r ff DAV flowed for years without con-
a".. ., ,.. A ... flict. Lst May. hr said, the a-
4sunoa& Wo. 4k .. O I S ban..s which
SunaM so.o i.......... *** m make pries support loans to a-
snir. .... not to discriminate against
.. ...... 6 ....... I. ated ,for bank lobs.
.... IG Aug. S9 On tnued o late b erican The official said "there have
9A sehlgh m.mgthra ie hoists, slya the National been some protests" to the poll-
S::::: I 'huge boulder In te North 8oety Rent ds- buth d not heard o
-. eggain -Sea Greek raflt ho ld shed new light on rejusine to sips the aaremmnt.
e...... ets of an ancient mystic It enat religious center, but A meeting has been scheduled in
'.:....... aa-amle 50 rs more of diggn W shinaton Tuesdav between
cn vatins whichIn 11- un t- o he bd'efore the s Is fl- oficai of the CCC and the
." ......a... dov.d -oi the wurld'r most 17 r American Banklng Ann. to GW-
ism .fam s t. n rumtattues, the s with the largest Oca thbmile he sadd.
Wi-aged Victor now is the road building of the ancient The goraoorn messaged the
S. ...+. .... Lovre it Pas, have bee 00on- OreG waltd, consist of a war- Puuldent Thursday that banks
-'o'" ,, te led tow an ti ar 1rge snctuary rm re RtNl"l to execute cont~actq
areas on the north oast of with the Commodity Credit
ere en .t i ,* a s. tm thraro They witnessed Core. In ha1dlinr whe~t. cotton
t o PI W P .m cystic r e ft p s ri tu als a n d In t- co rn W f-e su ior o rt lof t r x b e -
t0lt &iJa -1M s o i! E .h le of the so-called FIZPC
v am or GOrme ods, underworld
i .1ars stil A know little abOut the banks w!l refuse to Anm
.%... ..the rites:. ph a contriat," yrnes wired
mmah" 0 ...1 o eI s0k911d ~~statt idtlen '4lb business ib not, profit.
mat f1 and winter a I100teot lp fqq Sol- cet on a"loan i pd'i deral
,. Premeo.8 r N soR,,a DG AuL. (P3 erl a_ Ob e .i.. ....
o W wpnrarr sould look Mek* a Pana- I aistic pgflod @Bev" the
im soL,% bahael, a aalth stick, a do of a
Iaa eo Slchapagae glass. ,or even the wh flk ed to the
W.tl Tow'r. hand 'W m minted as a
Sa woman can choose be- safeguard ainstg misertune
t n th "live line," the cares-
S.y t e, th.-o big look," or Tl.e cult was still powerful
e"look e look." whdn St. 'aul visited Samo-
,- ,a lo doke year I wbloc tLhrace on his M secopi atoanar
s es m Mta't content just to expedition.
%HMO, aellaeL Th lo- 1Wm L to' -Ot*'-tged Walfthrace th
nae the .~tsullt too. And some an eva tIaAnv di A f i miles
of 1he- t~s set a rifOrt of b1mg and apen miles wide. Of
Sunday "in the U0. son sort for the phrn ti-coln- then, ely Crete
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Household Automobiles so.. e. s el g peeblem.1i WIL
m- ---_ WiHe AAleshelle A-mem-s Bne tq
FOP SALF -25 ccle retrgeati.. FOR SALE -1 1-2 ton 1942 Dodge 2031C A _e. C. i
Hous 7;_" Lo Boca road. Tel-. r',, good condition Phones: D0 weENDEAKEK_ _, c | ni
echci-.e '-cafte'r 4 1, Cal BaLb,:2a t54 1. 2-1522. E. J DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Cln
B a b ca 3 -E oa l ,pe h c.u r I ,c r C e n tra l A v e n u e KX s tre e t, o rn e r P h I
Telephone 2-3479. Panoma. C5
FOR A-LE -G E. 25 c' e pash rqji FOP SALE -'48 Packard, series 120. Pe
ma chne S; Rer.gera. 4 d.-.or scoon radio, heater, good THOMAS ENGRAVING.-Tmephles,
,I 8 I c tr. C.old.tpo t.re low mileage. Call Kugler, Jewelry engravings., tnamee tes. Ho
B3b\ :ro wth rmayres. e.X ClerI Na%, 2433 c. 4 p after 3792 15th and "0" St. West N. 9. in
cond.lt.i'n IS E 'ra loage .o'.r.ei FOR SALE -19 Ford Custom 4. Dorothy Chese invite all prevewous or
mor,. u>E- 5$I1. Lea.' g mne- Dr. Sedan Fordomatac. see house students desiring to enroll for the -
diaiels 2.-44-D. -.:,,:oi F'hcrci I-,-- cr call 2-2958. new term to cell' elbo 1751 or Foi
1921 Cocoi. come te the Baelbee YMCA on o
LE FOR ALE-1949 Dodge 2 door Tuesday ft e between 3:00 5,
FOR SALE 'a~hn'g macrreoneR. blacL. fEclan. Very good condition. e
record l.e oi all : B Rd,,o:, o eat covers. Also 1917 and 4:00 p.m.$ Speni
R.e' ,u. phone Na' % De Soi Club Coupe, very clean
FORSALE- r.e cco.plee Ameincn cr low m.leage. new i,,res. Please FOR SALE
ad ,'l j,.-.....,r om r .. n ,eryv gc,:J call Kobbe _1 6 for inform ation.
c..n. .... : C'- Ca, b FCR SALE ..1947 Standard Coupe Miscellaneoum
seer c a,- r.,,r .,a d Su,,do, Ir-.n. duL po.d, reasonable. Tel.M3-i
4 1ro :-c r". ,'h treet No. U I I 27..) FOR SALE:-Kodak Precision Enlarg-
B-l SA .. O _____ALE rob, eud, A-1 er. 2 1-4 x 3 1-4 and 35 m.m.
OR ALF.:-Americn walnut dn-i ALE -Atomobles used A- Ektor lenses. Easel & 3 tras. Price FOR
FOR SALF: 0ricn walnut d condlon Call telephone 3-194. $85 00. Phone Cristobal 3-2456. ro
*te .set $75.00. Amerincan up-: fr,. 12 to I o. m. 6 to 8 p. m. $8500. Phone Cristobl 3456.
holstered parlor set complete. $200. --- FOR SALE-Sacrifice Amateur Ra- Pa
00, bamboo porch set with card FOR SALE -1943 Oldsmobile. Ny- dio Transmilter. 60 watts, CW- FOR
table chairs etc. $175.00. nice lIn secn c vlC. radio, new tires. Fone. Dynamic mike. Super pro- Be
American bedroom set $170.00. pun,Cireproof tubes, priced 'ea- receiver., oeom antenna. 3-2735 roc
Colorc stove $130.00. single me-1 scr.abls oall 3-0391 or 2-3486 Cristobal. 3Li
Iheerny bedroom set $135.00. Cell FOR SALE.-1941 Buick Sedonette, FOR SALE: 60 H.P. VB engine 14
t house Ne. 24, 50th St. East. I dc0,s wth radio Good condition, complete I I-2 H.P. 25 cycle mo-
kllo Visto. 5 ,0. Tel 3-3332. Panam. taor. 1941 Ford Coupe. Duty Paid. FOR
FCR !A piece mohogorv din. FOR SALE -19- 0 Studebaker. Ex- 5611-C Diable 2-318. of
I c-" .rt 6 uho rerd chars c:. condition 16.000 miles. R --H n h ga
rr.r orrd Cnina closed, buffet ono Phnc Curundu 5245tFOR SALE:-H chair greenporch for
.tlb:. S.2cL Co 10 venetian blind. .- -rn blinds. 1-4 H.P., 25 cycle motor, Juc
.e=:cc .r, condition. 65.00. me- FOR SALE -1952 duty paid Ford Balboa 3167. tel
dium s.ze rug. 3 small rug-, 25 Cc.n.ul $95L 00. 'Blue Book value a.
I0 Pchcgony coltee table mi.ro- 1 3G5.CC: loan value $869.00' SALE 4.
top. S2;'.C' Mchogony coffee Excellent condilton. new brakes FOR SALE
b0o. 1281. house 807-C. Tavernillo COffice ;1 lbca 2-2158. Home, Pe- FOR
t6ble minr,r, top 520 00 Tel. nal-I dro Mi.;uel 4-686. Real Estate roc
boa 1281, house 807-C. Tavernlla I M cy.
2, hoe 8- POSitilOn Offered FOR SALE:--Gorgono Beach Frontage 7:3
-- ---- .._-- ... 3.750 meters. Large house furnish- FOR
FC. SALE -Comp'ete or separate WANTED -Sales agents for club. ed. garage, good well, pump,. light ho
b:.-.'o set mahogany daningroorr Aopiv with yurL,, identification card plant. Must sell phone 2-1606. ica
c, "Magc rCheft rov.kitcher' ICaorctI Good opportunity for FOR SALE:---Chalet "Donubio" No. FO
cc t. "B" Street 2256-D. Cu- interested persons. Parisien Furni- 72. New Arraijan with furniture, P
"------- .:_ t lure No 168. Central Avenue. electric., plant, well fenced. $3,- pji
FCP SALF He ,ood Wakefielc WANTED -Female sales clerk worth 500. Telephone 3-3021. -
e c ,:h with pl.te glass t0. nowlcrge of bookeeping, must
t :c C nd. N oecF rg..h and Spansh Repl
S : a to Opportunty" Apartado66, Co- FOR SALE
cc spr.r ad metal leg. 4 lon. tf;Ing salary expected.
(."J Ore ,on'-,o chi.r L?. -- 5 M lrT
Cll 2- Hue L Bo- WANTED FOR LE--ushman Scoer moorcy
MisollaneoRus 64. Good condition. Phone Bal- h
FOR SALE Kernore D- Luxe wa.h ___- -laneo g boa 2-3667.
.i., machine: 60 cycle. excellent WANTED- To -buy -or sell old' F
cc.,J ,0.1. i60 00 Table lamp3_. Lead Spice C'-i.no original pattern
'-rnes tal'. three ov cctkct. S6 Fihcnp 2-1:007. Accept U.S Food ,r
C." uaer 55-B, Albrook. Pho Accept U.. Food

- Lc"- Tho--r Ha mu. CL.aa (Conlinuid from Pahe 1) La
FC L- Thor aem:-automatc icfro
iF nwi5hine. One maple bab V w i 80.000 "Elsenhower parcels" were an
i natties. Fhone 3.517 l den5 glven to the Germans on the 8:
-P _:__ -hirm-__ T0 tram second t second round
FK.. --Contour choair Uph:,ls- o t u '. op
te, J .n light green p'ostc. GermansM g at abels- 48
o. E.:Ibo 2-ij8. Home Pe- rIva l ch berg for relatives to return with -
;, 4- -6 ANT A. 29 i the food parcels joine in the A
S -- -. __. Aug. 2 UP fray, the anti-C ommunIat Mod
F0t 5" pieces. 1,v .grcom C-tude Purcell. head of the 'TLeagu.e of Free Juristh said in or u
irnc, p. ng barrIcoo All in gcod Stnte Education Department's, ts account of the outbreak. Of
cond tcn. Houe S668-B Diab:o administration and finance 1l-i The stormed the station, beat Te
vision, said today that 25,897ju -t police ani '"med the'm 5T
n .. so hd ol v .. s1up the police, and fO5ed them FOR
F SAneLEscool children would over-wto call, reinforcenen-W. acoca-d- o
FOR SALE run Georgia's public schools ttohtheiooiee t
this fa1l. rliwnfrmation. rm the t *Iet
Boats & Moloris Purcell said that 741 addition- zone. Tne police finally managed FOR
o s- -- -& t- o' !I te'.? :., the maximum num- to clear the station, but aban- Re
FOY SALE 14' Punabout, ,4 her thAt could be added under donsadtheir corniscation pro 3-
Bzam. larminaled wh ie Ock frame the Fla'hed budget. wouLd be g'rin con.i.caton pro- -3
aorine Plswood sides and bottom as.ign-d to tAI'e care of the ad- West Berlin police reported
r ond rover included Call ded enrollment. IWidespreaBd confiscation of par-
':j p.co Solo ..59 The new teachers can be e p-1 k b y com m u nists alon g the

mI herb of St. Pauf's 0ot0ersn wll ents eaUfiltered through the bl9ck- FOR
SIunme n Body Iprobably won require addition- the raef program g.
al teachers The Reds forbade the sale of N
.,Mebers of St. Paul'i Church Georpla's enrollment figure is itlway tickets tpointwithin FOR
:. t4ke communion in a body expected to soar to 854.610 -A -miles of Berlin and posted ni.
trorow morning at the 9 o'-,compI-ed to last year's 8263a .fsron.arm squads at road June- C
*lms Holy Eucharist with thePurcell Saol He added that ti* mand rail atons ^to Ike he
get of a forthcoming cam- number of e chers and P -iJthe foodSeekers out of the city.
a- their special intention. cipals wou'd be. increase from The Communists also were re-
.. 24.583 to 25 897. "eto have alerted rice wo
j'^omorrow's activities at St.' The average number of stu- or ohavi n rmo1s o e wi
pfl's Church will begin with a' dents per teacher wUl be slight-g & inst. r or oy s t ---in FOR
oimunlon service at 6 a.m. 1Iv more than 33 in Georgia this "-- by East Gen'' n FOR
l,__ fall. woters o-n West Berlin to col- ca
Purcell said a great many leet s here said the ood
L&A NOTI school systems will be overrun program definitely had disclosed FOR
1' N LOiTL iiCE by t he additional students butI.widespread hunger in the S,,,t ro
dmu STATE DISTRICT COURT tt most of the overcrowding sone gBe
foi1HE DIbTRICT OF THE CANAL will be In city and urban cen- h__
S.ONE. BALBOA DIVISION terms.
lMA, lNrE. MILLER., JR. Officials say Georgia's $200,- .
Li" eLas, -000.000 school building program 1 Argentine Sk
I to i Admirity won't relieve the overcrowd con._
No. n37 editions until the program is corn- PatroI'I Kllld
'V.PACIFI REEFER, er tackle, nLeted. two or three years from s Killed
nSeaa Ielse stc. and
NE NAL COMPANY, now. In Recent Storms
fRespemismia "
Wer.r i e ah de of Aup.t *.. UkN BUENOS AIRE8, Aug. 29 (UP) VI
J. e d1 Miler. Jr. filed a I t.-- ." ., The Ministry of to Army re-
r n.Ilk.d Pemrn m te ,- orted today that at least 11 so]- T
he ti'dIeId ntate. tr Ie Din- 1 'C -w ."
6.l* s d h ci z. an-t ou h. C.a/al VAII. U lUqntee Ndi.era of the border patrol and son.
v. P isek Rw, t tik il, ir T Rna l.n.. iOU RN wG corps of skiers were killed in the orau
bipe, an e.. md Of .n*)t ace l-M d recent storms that swept the nati
wf cintaut.'S. es.,IM u,, e ndm Jif AndeanSregions of Argentina and nal
w eM v...t.f po.,s ln Sue 1" *M -',S, "-. Chile. This brought the known hum
,,i i ,-w, *boi ird.sa.e, eti.d-ke prints tJ r 1r f m death toe ll from the storms to his
e n- lah1 day ef Septmher, lesi, I .. of
rbcs hd and tahk tie mid Ms. V. everyone else, your hearing thf
a .a.e l 1s Individual and peoenal. e A patrol onsting of or-
ees.ueey eas .. d endrmms end akbler ant T


W 6h is *ereby givem, lthat a Dortrt fr rsod
t t will b IbM ir I*. aU SUam fU pla- n for restored hearing
RP ... smAnm.. c 'l z..... -a Individual and pemonal .
1 day ef September, 1"3, Ir thek
med rems. m h. .r to give YOU gre peulib
ad all parsom her w Ma
r clhum s= y lumyrrt. am herny hanafitof nfw hearW
tI t be und appear ar ke tho mo d i
atsel*d. is shew ceae. tvf m
ha. wky final done ebke m e
S JOSEPH L KINCAID
United Itat Mm su


FOR SALtE I COMMERCIAL I
Automobiles PROFESSIONAL


FOR tT

RENT-Residence of three bed-
oms, it intereatedrhn 2-2145
naomoa.
RENT:-Furnished residence in'
llo V.sto. 3 bedJoms, 2 bethl
mis, maid's room, raoge, phone
0019 3-3288, Panama1 No.
- 40th Street.
RENT-Modern furnished chalet
three bedrooms with ample
rden at Golf Heights. For in-
motion apply to Suarez, No. 21
an B. SosS St., Panama, or cell
phone 2-1959 between 8:00
m. to 12 noon and 1:00 p.m. to
00 p.-m..
RENT:-Well furnished 3 bld,
im penthouse ready for ocCupon.
Call Wright 2-2153, between
30 1:30.
RENT: Gla will share large
U in Belle Visto, North AmIe-
ns, .automatic washer. 3-0669.1
RENT:-2 bedem eshalet. Vie
rree 240, $85.00 mebLy.iI
hu 3-04.


FORl ENT


INTION G. I. Just built modern
artments, one, two bedrooms,
t and cold water. Telephone
poam 3-4941.
PtENT:-New 3 bedroom apart.
vnt in a modem dplex. Maid's
am, hot water. Situated in the
at location of "El Canorelo."
vely view. Phone Panma 3-0691
'm 9:00 o. m. to 12:00 noon,
d 3-5244 from 12:00 noon to
00 p. m.
tRENT cooum
ortment, $150.00. Number 27,
Ith Street. Tel. 3-3806.
ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS
ern 2. 4 and 5 rooms, furnished
furnished. Call at Alhambro's
fice 8061. 10th Street, Colon.
llephone 1386.
RENT:-Furnished apartment
r one or two couples. Splendid
cation. No. 13, 43rd St.
RENT:-A furnished apartment.
aMsonable price. Telephone: 2-
142, Panami.

FOR RENT
Rooms


RENT:-One furnished room.
od residential area. Peru Avenue
o. 34. Bello Visto.
RENT:--Cngrelo: Nicely fur-
shed cool room, meals ovailabke.
Ill 3-1789 or 2-1693 office
lurS.
RENT---Ncely furnished bed-
om, kithen privileges, couple]
ithut children. Panama 2-5265.'


RENT:-Furnished independent
Cl room, all conveniences, opertf
ent I, No. 3, First St., Pemill.
RENT: Beautifully fumidhed
om for couple, kitchen privile p.
tile Vista. Mexico Avenue No. 69,
lone 3-0553.


ICZ Council

Unl Portat

Lae Dr. John


be late Dr. Lawrence TobI-
who held the title of ItO
ry. hlef scout of the Itor
onal Boy Scouts of the al
Zone, will be honored pSi-
dualy with the unvdil t
Iortuaft a the hedquI
te local council in L .I
I Sud menranl -
nvelltb of the t' S


Another Novey New!

Champ Insect Bulb
An electric lih bn t that
kills Inaects for tfew
pennles a month.

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NMW v rORK. Aug. -2 (VP) -
Mlwaukee's pennant timetable
has been abruptly Inteupted
by Brookln's alarm clock but
Jolly Coy Qrimm.rated serious
dertion today as the Na-
AeI manager of the

a matter of simple
emuae.. Not only have the
moved up from seventh
S an almost asaured second
S finish in the race for the
lat improvement of any
bt1 they hav UMpoVd on
2w1 final peiteentag. b
11 pnt as of now. No even
has done that well.
L-fty Warrn SP e of
aue nward pitched a
r a-1 m try dser tihe
ilats. for his 19th tri ph
lst night and aln a belted the
games only hmer.
Brooklyn kept up a pace to
41scoura even the hardiest
IlMwuk rooters, staying
U I front wlth a 9-
Sover_ C-n~inati In
wee Reee's second
r of the game was the win-
Roy campanella
g honmer and Carl
Sinmmons pitched the re-
PhUlle to their seventh
in the last eight ames,
n the Cubs, 5-0, on five
while Red Schoondlenst
d l tw runs with a pinch
the seventh to fiLv the
Sa 10-9 victory at Pitta-
b Ricalie Ashburn of the
P S safely in his 13th
qmI and raised his
avg t f9 third highest in
the a
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SI.yh It woep wH ou eot better if John GaftIea
rse fhmin'rm and turned h ballplaers eat to
It 1At liely the lMMbrib fans would protest. per
s eason ended days back when the Mrates were math
'in-P itrafug have been trying to set some.aort of t
g.l?8 lo f four-footed athletes. flyWg the iO f
hl'D. DM% r.DnF ,. an Ohio show place, hive be ucl
are .hamaions of the Atlantles ty meet.
Bill won the Paeant and Atalanta came rht back und
in the Mermaid, the two principal stakes offered by John
seaside course up to now. And Atalanta eauaed the track
Students of mythology need no rundown on A
Skipper Bill na a less clarical background. Until IUed
took over this year Bill Meyer was Oalbreath's t r A I
burgh. There are some who profess to aee a i reme-
between Meyer and the horse, but this I nonsens. The hbal
Struy handsome.
OGlbreath has another horse In his large stable nu
Arr. a gesture of friendship to Branch Rickey hti buasbal
manager. For consistency's sake Galbreath should haVe
horse li Pittburgh with Rickey. The horse can wlan fori i
either.
As far as anybody knows Rickey, who has a full set af. i4
scrupli. never bet on a horse in his life. ve the al"*l -;
tjtdeo can't resat betting on one in which he has a S
I test. And If they win their fint bet they are iosb d a
B t apparently Bee Arr poses no such threat to B.JL.'sad
moral., .

Let Skipper Bill Manage '
Right now Rickey's Immediate problem la to try to am*tra
vestige of Interestn his dmnal busball dtsmaon land ilku
ly thits rugged with the teamlrey elmiated, t
cumstanee the conventional approach ibe gu % :,
L Rcker c be surprdnly good at this, too. Oqm __
he brought out D y Dean. and his Hosne teams "U.
were the mo colorful sines John Mcraw's Giants of
era. Not even the lurid Bi Veeck ever put a houmnIn
'but..
Well. Riey wouldn't be without justification if ha
In lipper B ., put himn n the dugout and let him run.the
for the at of the season. It s not far fetched to uppMe a
named for a manager, a good one, too, might not work eat
It arely would a require mental powers beyond eral
hoe sense to mansge.t oontemporar Pit, far attel-
ny Lind*e4B-r3dat In to ilach hit and Murray Dies0on to
aSa/fl at the manager tries, for the

What would happen if Ricke used Bee Arr Instead of ainoer
cp o tea. And he-might be o so It'slt too wall if-
berenow btMRickes once mI the majors ~pt
with conspicuous success, but they do say once a manager alwOy
a manager, and frustrations seldom die younr.


Signed Rickey as Builder
Howerl fOhe Pre won't always be lait. Not if O breath
decides IWI Uiiabb He's rlot A oalnl


Y.unlfke thers weve sen come am doI In torts 'a
try to cro.wd-things. Rod h a a& s aM., bw, so
Galbreath Rot him to r thb e Pirat. w oer tI waS a
timq mit I-don't .. O t U sbreaa t doesP't eect "iIt-
o t t t take eternity either. W l ey'
17,,*be big league in racing In 10 mim-
utes been In ragra for years'it wn'tn-.
until ht heat2he. bes to meand notably. e ese
R.ea hbid all others to mnprt the
year cadm.mm a an .
As olfta ue a Inracing, baseball, too, his plua~ophas
iavt I~used tembnVes as weUll as Ski er J
i bred, AtaantaC a ise buy from Bro ._eS de, rwt.i. 1
breedlnaproauise. Oni of these days you'll Oalbreath w a
SDerby winner, i.
Footbaih's another f bhis hobbles. Ohio tate (Oolumbiu ta
his home) has no more loeal or eaerous friend. The home isame
always see inm li his box on the 50-ysal liae. Usually n out
.o tor I5~aite flow jn. Some of whom have hor ren -
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BONN. Germany. Aug. 29 (UP) "
One o Adolf Hitler's top Luft-1 "LeI the people know hr truth and t!a country ia sm Abrahm tih"'- -. ";
v.affe lighter aces came secretly -, 'y
bark to Germany from a four
year exile in Argentina today to I WENTY.PIGHI H YEA. PANAMA. R. P.. SATURDAY. AUGUST Sj WI
lead a resurgent Nazi drive for '
%otes in the Sept. 6 general elec--
eroWHanstern Allies Ini Ue Russ
.del,. 37-year-old ace who lost
one'leg in the war hoped toW western A llies I ..'
- poeTdel"ettrfy the campaign and lead. '' ,
th *Iltis to a serious political
coiheback
Rudel landed at Amsterdam S o n er
Thursday niht and was spiritedTo Talks -on Gefrm q i A u. I.;...
Into Germany today in a car.


He is barred as a candidate. BONN. Oe many, Aug. 29 (UP) I Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, pro-election 'Il last until a conrfer(aarg
at Is Werner Naumann. leader Tne Western Allies have a- a staunch fighter for welding nht, Adenasul ft er-(Union, the .
of the Nazi comeback drive. greed to invite Russia to a Big, this nation politically and econ- may must dept. 6 France decideQ
'Four Foreign Ministers confer- omically with the West agalhat elections wh soviet 2) The Big F
But, Rudel is not barred from, ence on Germany and Austria at the Communist bloc, was under. Union shallrope or Germany a*Htiu
campai2nint and he is expected Lugano, In Switzerland. on Oct. stood to be hopping mad over not." .. de which "W
to be the top man in the at- 15. Wes: German government of- the Socialists statement. But his The Qa their Germany wodl
tempt of the ultra-rlihtit Oer,- officials reported here today, conservative Christian Demo- bgnbshel M eirence IWe or "net
man Reich party DRP to win! The decision was reached in a- crats reckoned that the8ocialists given by of the ae of nt m
power. Naumann, P one-time greemeni with the Bonn govern- had unintentionally presented party execute yesterday. len, WiU.
Hitler propagrndist. was labeled, ment. an official said. them with the "big issue" they on behalf o they said: bllutly that _
a "majoi Nazi offender" earlier The invitation will be sent in have been groping for all cam- 1) All fliagrating an dan not tf 0
this week and stripped of his a new note to Russia some time paign long. armed Wfe.t with a ntatl WAild
political rights. Barred from next week. It will reply to Rus- Answering the Socialists in a united E lat b dropped Coammentin lnt
campaigning. Naumann is ex- slan notes of Aug. 5 and 15 pro- sent oifCal i
pected to depend heavily on Ru- posing Big Four talks. the conferenatio
del The West's note will propose m seem to r bae 4
that only Germany and Austria of noegoetatbai
The DRP newspaper 'Das be p laced dn the conference l S vet a on the bautai
Ziel." The Goal-said Rudel was agenda. a."
"the ide'l of a German soldier" The text of the draft pote was a The ota s
and that he did "more for the shown to West German chancel- e many
deferTe of the West by ;noek- lor Konrad Adenauer at a con-
in" out 500 Rusttan tanks than ference with U.S. High Commls-
all 'the European army strate- sloner James B. Conant here this sy e.S
gists together." week It wai prepared by Allied
'i-S""~i representatives meeting In Paris. gf T
The flier is c edited with Adenauer according to Ger-
bhin- destretied 513 Russlan man officials. approved the text .
tptoks in World War 1l, ot thq note but requested that
S. it be sent to Moscow before the
The DRP is concentrating its German general elections on -- -
biggest effort in Lower Saxony, Ae fhe e er ROME, Ag. 2 (UP, Pr t t sal
notoriously the hotbed of reac- d td, was ier Gu pPeOllsummoned told m o.',..
tion in western Germany..Adolf an uia"calsndicated, wasa t heractipp Ambassadors of the s
van. 'haddene, o ax~ter P..Pcorn1 the, Russia l togivea n the'tToo F ea
van Thadden, another RP ma eiys" or "o" answer we te r Three to war the World W
alea will try to gt a single to t iQudatlon-,whilther they that r Mie O two ruuar

into e parliament o o before the e fione and cai1t la 1 A laterws m t
date that Moscow Is not ead at the aweconflmk t e M
m moment for a Big Pour confer- Marra, chie of the kenD el*thon the Bi:g
ence on Germany andgAusrIa. eral atkft. rl( f e 't t-o
Vo une tn e In an atmosphere of cria l Ru axony. Thi
wobroke wide on ad. open the door for themta after Brith Ambassador Sir Victor i .


the oppositon t oolalita de- Mallet, JPrenCh Charg6 d'Affaires edn thi r .
S aila r that Greranw cannot Pierre Beblleau and United
nto vet choeoe between l ast and States Minister lIbridge Dur- A de a
SMso Wesit. '* at t brow called on Pells at 30-min- tnt u
moment or.ur-- ute intervals. on .Trieste, ThIt are may l .

-4 v Durbrow wa substituting for aT ts.
u *K ro '. Mrs. Clar_ Beethe Ltee the ra t 5
SInh e ths moserning at L eghorn,,
ate of a U.B. miltar bea~ from
Sa a Medr British erraea acador r Vtorn is
coc aboard the yacht NiM. I
w ntoMrs. Luce has maintained a-
We lol, deid on if th fiat de io telephone contact from these auak
d-re thaldrset abmMe cannot Pierre neain andwith her ba-




laders am'n been, turning out y.edued to r n to ,
Smor e moonshinetwe than the Minister day. Elbridg Dur- gleet _
This eLebtrlfyrln information wc irritated witel l Dtain, ,- ADTON. Aug. 29 (UP) .e 3rd




me r the iierale ran il e Te Ny beees that ar
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Bureau Durbrow report on Its anti- it tte. trlng by free world spsw sltin




month of ju, 193 uosava has been conduct- the "overall strength" o th bco
ashore this morning at Lcghorn, 8.e. ... .







SThe report shows tat st. military talks with the Big Owmunist, it wa disclosed to e 8I, '
Sv&.TO E~--WiWluam.Statd- comparative.y unhllyl dltriut 1aree in Washington. Marshal aday
age, who deplte total blindnesm comprising Florida, Georgia., .ko'a tough, stron Army is on o Navy's viess on East-WeJm t expectedd mnla i
i a member of the Ground North Cartina and South ao- i theve of large scale maneuvers e led out byh Monday.
Mrs. Luce has-ntaied ra-Le ra







Omberr Cpr n Is hi eas- reoilna, "reSAenoors' s seizedd 45 1o the very borders of Trieste. rt Anderson n a letter to Ownsiderabo
Itveitthgers over the rad ee ahis. In latter Alabama, LUl- Italy officially has protested Big Wayne Morse (I-Ore.), a toll p
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; a new L. Air Force P 4-C sialna and Mississippi, they nab- Thee friendship gestures to- d t to conflict with the ad
tarflsh at. a Burbiank, Calif., oed 164 n e ivi it ward Yugoslavia, warning that .of the State Department. is ra on,
rn lant. Sister hips of But in the Louisville s would only strengthen Tl- said that an We ., wll a
e tronicaly guided plane which h includes the stolen to's hand on Trieste. i that calls at a ?weltr. Ic.wai fl
iart k 4mse, and ae in- "Mountain Dew" states o -- ----ipo to take on or daise harg
Steede totrack down'nd clear Ktntucky and Tennessee, only -, adb* to the Soviet shi S d.
the .air opf sdie nvd .32 stills were fOund. Routine Bender Ulalt. tisletter a sVet s
s e t ara h holre hid thir al k BR oMIA GHAM. Ala.. AU. 2 lo3 Record b e oi o
mat -ar.knag e. Aqiinm ent u -b e Chief John White Eagle ea a on then subject ro the en
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.. ...than those In the lowlands. ain Thursday and ohad ht cus- I' letter was wrtte t g
S' : mo But pending proof, the coa- few drinks. As u l he d after re t-cretar of
ThC lusion is that 1gh altitude wondn opoinlaitfor ntoxiti. iT< uler ha ou a e 8 rd






camoonshenlpg is on th we. Aase wane. nd has donlythe The Navy believes that th wo
*' Outside u! the magnolia and for tie las three years, Police ate c Permtnen to the s o-n t, ^6ST on
* hominy belt, scarcely enough Judge Ingram Beasley stuspend-as ^entt Investlgiontt dy t on
Bureal llit splr t was eized to In- led the Seinole Indian's tr fi ding by frtees w onductd ips
b otloegic a activities r fly. or the n Chertironcusditosh Si ta w l







I MI In all of Ne iEngland. not a home to Everglades, Fla. f csl wh le a g seri'ye v
,,thove.viB has been conduct- te "ov'ral strength" tef, T.I














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ro*-E -N ew am ,eod- UhComparado, .New Mexico th sh iff all trade weeith Co"ms .fP. a
mm who demte total blind City Icomprising Florida, Georg*ak a tough, str: Army Is o ft a Navy's vrrs on East-W *1,tpehed W
is" a member of the Groun" Noth Carolina and South ON- eve of large Scale maneuvers eselled out by er ewere" i nda














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