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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01702
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UNITED NATIONS, N. Y
Sept. 1 (UP) The dismlssa
of 12 of 21 Americans employes
of the United Nations, fired
after a loyalty Investigation by
U.S. Senate subcommittee, was
set aside today.
The action cost the world
g.anization an estimated $135.-


Four employes were ordered
reinstated with fuU back pay
ad heavy lndemnities were
directed to be paid to seven
other dismissed secretariat
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down at Oeneva, Swit-
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interrogators using drawingss of secret United Stat" w m.
planes questioned pilot prisoners closely on America air
might, returned offers said today.
Capt. Harry F. HelaUnd, 31, a B-26 pijot from Fule.r
ton, Calif., who was ~@red in March, 1951, said: "Te
day after I was shot 4do walked Nl day and was takes
up into sme hlly re'wn d into a house..
"There a RNsid fellow who spoke Englhb qustio.
ed me. .
"He puffed out a bunch of drawings of tie latehsU.LS
&,craft sme of which I had never seen, and asked 'if
I knew oabou them."
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"and there wre some I wast even aware we had."
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Hedlund lIter. der to t*e N. oi
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k der- gp., did not rule directlyon Tagget. Jr., 31. a perfort ra- h uro uh lOAe
st e d A~e balIssoe of whether the darman from East Brady, Pa.: ;the 21 day of Big Awho.
seatrolk tf Wasi. .~aut ret nr al can -fire a s Lt. Lortis R. M Oiller. r, The Reds announced
tooh. apea oa stW& member who pleads Thunderjet plot from Berlin, would releaIse 100 Americns
ra a. to wrer prOteetion of the Fifth Amend- 0.: and Thunderbet pilot t Lt. oeans tomorrow,
( =e eg CaL 1) lsU in htastilgations of alleg- Donald T. Morgan, 25. of Win- ow their
w e l field, Kan. d quota of 4.TreWas
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S i n Bford, Ind., None of We otier three be- lon for the lower
AI M.W.ltZm 3. Jenam., (R-Ind) 5Aide s mdhad b gb N-he .
__ fUzited Nationa is tIoned by Russians but all new
SNe h rdda men who had been. .h h dCog
mallat lsotc UW troOp sa n b? U.N. Adminjstra- One Interrogator they had "iss h ed hthief I
we* captuedyu befqr s tive Tri Hbpin setting aside the heard aboutthey aIid w "a YSSaerhf the chel
o d n r e a move which en- The three men mai there was A n
elins*t a ouad 'da Ameran security. extremely brutal tatment of the Reds M Sles would
propga and PAt. Sept. (UP) The u t the world or- fliers at 'Pak's Palece," a Red back. all 0emmunist war prIam-
the onew amrto 7istsn .overninent served up a Iraniation cInued to "hurt Interrogation point near thp era, Incld those serg
almost 4, the f the W day and preurity through havinNorth Korean capital of Pyong- sentence.
CommnMst "invadeem seled ditet price cuts In Its "be Co0p s .s Its staff." some yang. We will repatrate all
In the Ibfltratiae erattion ld l consumer" battle to ew organisaion should be Meanwhile other Americans ersofwar exactly in
which began dtrl th week- sta 'f labor demands for med or nations should go returning to freedom today ac- with the provisions the ara
end. wage s VLN nsM, expected as an their own way." caused the Commnuists of hold-a Mie agr ent anId ao
Fronterdefen force after of ammothwave n at least 0 mea in barbed to the present schedule
als at Bannmover anoned of strikes Utht paralysed the na- J ,eor. whose Senate Internal wire cages as hostage for 14 Red later.
that 400 Red agitateo were ar- tli. subcommitteee investi- troublemakers in Alled hands.
Wasted yesterday tteoon as &I arpHg II Premier Josephf. The Ubferted prisoners de- "Al
they tried to a th frontier an government zeta 57"d'ia recent con- scribed tin men at.d ed. at custdrs t
illegally north e"orQVuuel In M Md rt repzm
Legal north at e rg, the Iof er bakers use r S said the only nearby Kaesong as die-hard Included. All
Lower S o. -. In un ad, thored the tby whih Ogress could American patriots who exhibited sides who ISt on re
Most of iret were wh#d as a result Iu aled Reds the greatest resistance toli the wi be ri
reported to be ar-ld boys, of a a t reor what ft the Un. taf was to with- never-ending Conmmu"t Indoe- oar a sat ift
rImmtdt O UWacI W miport from the the Oshae terea at Wh
m d ue d th oo s po"rt rom the agreede thet th
Ia northern r help prices and thoe ople Is men will not be eedun the
another 300MI m In- a welS wa labor troubles. Wu3 % far as our United Nations hands over the
terzonal trlatta c t Oer- eserkd a 10 per cent cut rilzeaders o the WW R
brouhttheD.TsInprice for ousaitt b-wod all right If the Koje Island riots of 1952. l inS W
brought te u in a debatingesod Peip radio voice of
Bavaria. a 'tht" loffift their policies China. led Wte men thea -L s m4 h
71he alamost. t o security and munta wantreturned.
oI ofbotys' ires in al The list included a fanatic
'ot i.br res t esre ad. lo hl of a different rabble-rouser named Pak ang AN ANTONIO Ter.- B u
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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CAULI ADOmPPS PANAMEUICAN. PkAAMA
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olnSla'ise m frl?sA. vsl. 08 IOeIIa r iPOWERSi INC
34n Manilsm- Ave NoW YaOnL Irt711 NV
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mom -I.*.- M."ov 'ce aas l ISOg By5 Victor Riesel
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It takes gut. to charge head-
THIS IS YOUR PORUM -THE READERS OWN COLUMN on into a lethal mob which once
.... left you half-dead with a body
full of buckshot. It takes a
T a C1 B i l strange kind of Idealism to
S p I \ tackle a crowd which once plan-
Sned to kill you because you were
S jeopardizing its slice of the $20,-
000.000.000 Illegal gambling pros-
The MaiS Bo% is on ooen tcrun fom r readern u The Panama Amer- its made by the big crime synd-
icon. Letters are received gra;ftully and are handled in a wholly centfi- cates.
dental manner. And far be It from me to let
II you contribute a letter don't be impatient ft t doesn't appear the this kind of courage Io unno-
nene csy. Leers are published m the order received. ticed in a Jaundiced world which
Please 'ry to keep the letters limited to one page length, seems to take for granted that
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. nothing can be done to keep a
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statement ae epildeas sucker from sinking a couple of
expressed in letters from reaorrs bucks into a bookie rather than
-- o a bakery on his way home from
IT HRTS ON THE GOLD COAST TOO the factory to the wife and kids.
IT HURTS ON THE GOLD COASTobal. c.z. Espeelally when it has taken
Cristobal. C.Z. some unions 41 or '% years to
There have been a Zear many, letters writteh in the Mail Box reeognise that somethidgl mwst
complaining aboot ',airltet~ ot situations here in the Canal Zone. be done some day to deal with
One subject hr, been overlookeo. namely medical and dental care. atcketers. do R er an to report
When %on uo to fne Colon Dispensary for a general checkup, that Waiter Reutherand, e ll
you ar'e lurk\ it the', Take vnur' blood pressure. scond in command, x-I New
Have an %of % ". oinEn teer been to the gtnecologv clinic? Emil Masey. areagssi sms\elaf Mg
Mavae t's st mire and m% modesvy, but it's a little embarrassing awsy at trtlgge-heplyy gpns
to be examined an to dru. certain personal illnesses behind who have forced thee
a cloth scerenIn ir eha iroom where male Itrons have to walk Au to Union leaders t t didven't ,
room andber Hoever. tis one entrance. These labor leaders have tried wa
m also ea o e thaiNovember Ill have Atlwac opulaton is large passing union laws takin awayojet
eno.;n to ratE tlc ir o un den'ianjloelst. Wh%, should we have to union protection from me nbers


othe taio o three months for mthat fnxt DOntment? directed forb United Automobileng
Hal honed l on m fo reet alone for a dental appoint- which cuts lliecretary -on of dollars out
eo int or an enormouedcavit nd dhenialc needs attention. I was told of the food budgets of the ives
by the recerJoonist that if I wanted it filled I'd have to walt until of worktin men. But it didn't
-November However. I cold hR'e It pulled any Friday afternoon, unmake any suckers that way.
I mi "ondet in if when I Ro in November I'll have to wait for an- go now the union, In a project
othe: t o at three ma tho fatr my next apoointment? directed by united Automobile
Hali the people on my street alone .nd most of my friends. Workers Secretary Treasurer
.o into Colon for medical and dental care for their families. This Emil Maoey. is trying an educa-
to me i s Proof In itself that we on the Atlantic Side are being lional attempt to vrove that the
neglected. mobs never give the suckers an ]' :' **, .
What do vou think? eren break.: .
Yours truly. Mazey has had the union's
*Toothless-At-A-Young Age" permanent crime investigator
S--- --------- - --- take time out of the continuing'
__________ search for the wouldbe assassins
e e- S----a Answer to Previous Puzze of the Reuther brothers to con- -A torm I nY at on
RrMie = Mchigan state police. The IJI'J.-
union's private eye looked Into .4 t0 ,N;..' -!.- n .-.
ACR)SS 53 Pull up legal numbers rackets, floating
I r of 54 Pauses a dice games, card sessions -and ''. '
arnd ofsage 55 H inder A other gimmicks s.ud to defraud
and screen, 5 Hinder P. union members daily in the gi- WASHInOTON -- (NA) prem, t,1 tiol WBur'ity Cou "
Henry nwOu U T N g antr auto and aircraft plants, hower's statement t the atofl 11w lnteiril iportgth h
6 ,'e In I Dreaded F i Ns A N He came up wfth the news should be liought up to date *q a a t. iF ml i, ~,t hol l wa-t-.t
S'arous roles Decoratedsor B thst the adds against winning American ieol ,more.Inf. ont' ,It. 0 o- A Xha.J" h r ,
1 L a ae 3 Compass Pont a onwthe nmfalltos is Sol r1 "Ie . e so'ti

14 Prayer 5 Flower A ft d hift di Nal, Iia s'l 8 12 4 or5 4 e .A01iN A_ lr, np .s .ow -that "1 4 ..8. should l.
14P tra oayer r cards.t ma0 gm B.aut half a.an .a th.er s.ten k. Idea behd
If rtish money 6 Cease< 18 Baedyonian 36 Form a notion Thse facts re whipped things are' i u,ed .a4 it is utOt W lkeepi l ight deter u.S-t, SM t o
of account 7Par deity 37PConductor together In a ver roi rea themin staml.an~ move telMd5lai a eW c attack on the wore w m-
17 Retains bt8 F anoes 21 Pastmet 38 Grafted (her.) and deftly illustrated, booklet cation .d atolle seret. ,t-- ''
19 Mine shaf hut 8 Fourin 23 Thirty (Fr.) 40 Misplaces Ths has been counter-eheeked TI2e teimS, restMtcd data* ulent .en t n
20 Exposes to Araban 25 Large plant 41 Mormdin dye by the state police a is be l aw w thru e a ufctUae or' dti di:be4n t th eio
moisture caliph 26Containers 42 Bound with critfTiaHy reviewed bythe FI's atomic weapon. the production of n Mucto t e n
2- Short-napped9 Masculine 28 Exist tape 00own explt., mnter te.s Of "iSaional Cn
fibric ppellation 29 Muucral note 45 Clan In a mont,' o the Uf *
23 Summits 10 PrieI n2 M imics 46 Chest rail w l spread m W, o co o t the Or f's I d
24 He ic,4 w lI lRai i2 bird 3 M ock 49 Pqjf' lokle a-.; ti4. 'm major 3 i4t9 ;4 i SIt& .d
his profesion' 4l.B Bitod sho le 34 Trtsnled Z R dros'as tie n s, a n so the 4uc kbrs ,. '4CI'
a 0ocro ss t f f- n.-=mob now of
261,.. ., -.,,.n =, thsu .- pf .0111. "
SlNw Guinea A mark of Mazey's quiet kind re etaio. it
30 Scottish e of courage. It seeinmtom e. The AI4a a a
sheepfold marP"r in which he aaltiiI this e 095aq-.1w
31 Feminine is all oart of heliling tte hen al A to a
appellatin whn eletesd him as one. Wf t e r The ncre owf t n e o for;ato oa the idueot IM-
32 Diminish nptinnal leaders. and 'ealflow5fM
35 Fence steps v "We pa ed a constitutlomLa- may sathe tt d h the 4f n a nd re of
39 Cooking t- n.m-' ment some time a f t'ht info t" "
utC nsoin at thiq multi-milllion dollar daily llnt lt th a t f.
.t40 Separatel wi"dle, and we told our people I lg Th T-"r .T- nt f aidf further that noflf -
column that we would refuse to proeu t.ofi and a il a forei over tn less
I43 Paradise s theirr "rrieveanea if they were an !. suthoerlU in plw n; Peti i_. ha' reseda .rl.fi*
4 PAbradiein fired for gambling." Mauev told pg i b tf fro"te* ktioni pl l v1
44 Abstract being.tI // us ti,. other day,. knowing full of otrlt tft had -a flW.Of _. 11 41111 tWNiW. -sin. .u he

47the sun an operation of the mobs which this'. t- 8 th t ree of t at Ito 'tl n *dvr_.' -t e .(I",' t oin] .
48 HConsue eamponce. annedntoemurlab him. t h W ap e cns wet N..4'f 1550 En*aWyCg nMv i while Oone'uw lIs la
Happearedon "Butthat wasn't enough, ap- is solete. The q. ow is: Frro' thm iitt v lof vw n plnt Io
appearedral of patently. Now we're Ag to data be released to the s quate h at.iln defep thi is con --
Broaday-s show our people just siow they Pe ro that more adeqM defenses a.e vsr authorities as too
__ a'geL ,icu, just how the Mobso 0-r...-, a? s ibs.
50 Pompous shw rate. 1 o- sMg should more In tkon be dThere f. fitallv, the nupetion of rnaltw' ore
5 0Po uss o iherewas aoefforteohide -atomie-bomb e oe, g.da VAo.i private indu .t or. t t+ -
so2 Re-usI the acws IAIprtesoefo a. h t as peole will kMnow m to dui ct '.mle power. This is r.
sorehous the ac tsa prote tahe- a sarrise a ttaiH teal _nefa tf tere is to be the fulr 1
b\er Aa n -e Poin ba tge with derl ^0 .05 R.W8L of
Susben's anUks on order frome -lr points U t l. do .with ue.OuesS ?1new source oh f, t ( -_ .
SI he ulg crime syndtA. Al ofS .it for thenPre twillbe t ecut Set thinre s year. s thi n,:
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.r nodescomo fatl Committee who of our national senurdty" y, April in Portugaj,
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re "alag 17" will be held tonight
the at 7:30 In the group's workshop
aek's At theater number 1. Part Clay-
mlt- ton. Tryouts for the play will
also be held Wednesday and
Iwed Thursday same tfme same place.
i- This will be the first pre-
that sentation for the Caribbean
Players, the Armed Forces Pa-
cific-side theater group, since
"The Doughgris."
who "talag 17" has an all-male
oen- cast of 23 person. A smash hit
the on Broadway, and more recent-
Bin- ly transformed into a movie
rk starring Willam Holden, it tells
- the story of a group of prison-
Md era of war in German compound
flol, daring Wo-i War Two. The
Caribben Players have sched-
uled productions of the three
na- act comedy-melodrama fbr Oc-
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de- Tryouts Lomorrow night, Wed-.
the nesda and Thursday are open
to al members of the Armed
the Forces, their dependents, and
and employee of the government
be employed iu the Canal Zone.
n't Comdr. (retired) Laurence M.
:hil- Rrcece, surveyor to the Amer-
zen- Ican Bureau of Shipping in
Balboa, saa named director of
nust "Stalag 17" last Friday. He
4 pyed the lead in the Canal
shed Zone Theater Guild's produe-


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COTTON, RAYON, PURE SILK

WOMEN'S DRESSES
MANY REDUCED
TO V4 ORIGINAL
PRICE! $ 50 to
LTERNITY DRESSES.............28%/ diuSMt
CHILDREN'S DRESSES
$1.25 -- 2.50 $3.75 $4.75
(All at Ies than oriiinal cost!)
BABIES SUN SUITS WITH BONNETS
es 2 to 3 years Reduced S1.75
es 2 from $3.75 .
PERFECT FOR TRAVEL!
.7i LADIES SUITS......... .. ...neoIw 17.5
U 8 COATS.......................anew IA p
WOWW SKn (goeely redH)
.5T COTTON SKInTS .............. to
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*. WOMEN'S BLOUSES
8 i T OMlAJs (Ny lon & ) tta).........Il .........i
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bber Belts 40c ea. Leather Belts $1.25 e.


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AH TOWELS......... .....9..... .. 0.85 .
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For Tax Evaders Foreseen
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UP)'tensive as the New England
-Officials of the internal rev- roundup.
enue service said today their The plan was conceived by
recant door-to-door check of tax regional tax commissioner W. A.
evaders in New England prob- Gallaghan. The pattern has
ably will be extended on a na- now be.n .set. Federal Tax Com-
tion wide 'asis in the next few missioner f. Coleman Andrews
months. has made it clea: that he is
The New England cihec k out to, ge. the "cheaters who
brought in $35 for every dollar .havent' ben shooting sqrige
spent. It disclosed that *hun- with the government and their
dreds of per,'on had failed to file f.liow citic-ns." He has prom-
income tax returns. Officials ised to "use every dollar avail-
believe thi' is symptomatic o able to prove we mean business."
the nation generally and that The.tax service will asr,!rtain
expanding the door-to-door whether the delinquents failure
drive will k-ring tn millions of to pav was deliberate and hA-
dollars. bitnal. Heavy penaltiess wait
Two checks were .made in siA thcte guilty of thUi practice.
New Englard states. A tgand of Aslidc. from the money brought
tax agents spend two days this, n. Andrews is eager to make
week riWning doorbells of tax. the people more "tax conscious."
delinquent not covered in a The Check up agent are ready
two-day canvass in July. to give lessons to persons who
The agents pick streets and I don't know how to file tax re-
irork their way down. At each turns.
oor the enant is asked if he In addition to New England,
ald his 1952 bill income, there have been chekups in
yxcises etc. and to produce a Roanoke, Va., Denver Fort
Sopy of the return or the check Worth and rural cOuntries
or money order with which it around St.. Lout, Mo.- Ea ch
1as paid. survey hps been 'flly I samp-
If the tenant cannot produce ling. This weaans the agetei'may
roof. his name and address return to the same are6hs for a
rre checked against Internal bigger survey.
Revenue files. Those who have One result of the drive has
hot paid get a "follow up." been "preparedness." Forewarn.
'Those who were honest get a ed by the publicity, many tax-
"'thank you."- payers have the!r "proof of
The ageeas re .under instruc- Dayment" handy. Some who
tions, however, not to use had not paid were ready with
*Gestapo bacties" such as fore- the cash -80,000 in all.
Itg entrance to a place The remainder of the 350,000
i Taxpayeri in several regions collected so far has been mail-
t liave been put through different ed In. or brought in person, to
types of checkups this summer tax offices. All this is trace-
put none was akin to or as ex- able to the door-to-door collect,
tion tcehnl,,ue.
The c6st of the surveys to
., date Is eat;mated at only $10 -
S 250 the salaries of the can-
E 'assers.


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compeaution from the Vet.
*rm Administration;
'--i'6btaining medical out-
tint t treatment oX hos-
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rana Canal. Chapter I iuns nd Abronchial tubes. That's why
Fred Bush. Commander. Mendee works so tt to help ou three i
ways. L Helps nature disol e and rq-
SPox 1431 -- Balboa. C.Z. move te strangling mucus. L P *
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steepsee V "mson feel O.IC. s. QUV
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n" t extreme, h aro of in- fan attack.S.
_X __ fMgoprent i(We protested that mToratle I.
Relative Humi: 711e abdhtive being lowered in We Army by
Noy WThumtlty a % a .exap clogs to adi ate t ata-et "
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ftiva~on for the *members ulUt ^req enfy or.e the aiG- untbrceptor pla" go, L. Inok-
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SA branch. of t Canal Zone nd ental section of the 3bt he d It s rmbe to
e tke place hm aln the Traarstbm- s up an t Ar- lhst efor
*a. h ighway, but ags is likely every city In AIDetd 4flatest.
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our eceptionally fine pieces
of eaw ndlan pottery fro'
Chikqu i Province have been
to the canal Zone Mu-
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Ibat.- Theaew Items have bon
placed a n sptlay In the Oval
Rbom of the museum at the Cle
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Ladies Sheer Appenzell Handkerchifs
handprints laces enbroidered
Styles for children too!

Men's handrelled 44andkerchiefs
white colors


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scintillating 'Stlpoes..... .9I.95 and
Musioal. Powder boxes
MM"ht Jewelry boxeif'
Minical Liquor peWm'e


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Days Aijnouaed by CZ Rabbi j1agg-ns

Rabbi Nathan Wi l, dit btreWtr l the observance of the ar'
of.the US-JWS For e M holy days.
Service Center I alba i.ned Ta fedule for the services Mer t .
announced the coap)l of to be hed at the USO-JWB tant Head of the Audit
plans for the observaneob of the A rd Joes Service Center on for the lorda District
high holy days, Rok HHashah,a La R aod are u follows:
the Jewish New Year (Day of AHONAH: Wednes- Tey on TO -tie
Judgant). and TomiZppwr, d- 0. at 71:30 p.m. Thura- tiog trip a&wminre t
the Day c Atonement day, at aih. and 7:30 id. Saturdy.T.'he trip l I
Members of the ewish faith p S a ptm anw eMr. H
lh eYea"5714tit U -19,atg pday. been here ee
dOrn, Wednesday, S ". 'e me tionalJew Welfare
Yom Kippur will commence Board whidb is resmsi ble for *
with thetraditional Ndro meeting the religious welfare, Barbrous Jil
prayer at sundown Friday, Sept. and mor le needs of Jewish
18 and will continue until aun- military personnel In the U.S. DOVNY", Sept. 1 (U,
down Sept. 19. Armed Fraes, dispatched to all George W. K. Pomar. of
I..e e...i nY yacorners of the world months be- Wyo., and Denver, aued
fThe Jtoewnh ew Year i d Day fore the high holy das qunti- jail ottfficials for 75,00.,
of Atonement which comprise s of religious suppU ltera- Ing they 'shaved of'f hibr
of -rid oiing but ofrs ono ture and kosher f"o. which deprived him of waIk
of-i devoted to earnest, ly. Rosh Hashonah services for an artit'lssoded.l
ID aSevote p earnest, se" military personnel will be held atI Pomn ltI his beaou A 1
jugmeat In the presence of all oersea points and at hun- 1892. while in jail for
"dreds of military installations Ing a fir1 mherd at his
S . .. and Veterans Administration business address. He wu
jkraennts have been made oiand n the n-ited states 1100 a
Tfor llUI1 personnel of the
Jewaish and their famMlUes i_
stationed oa both sides of the
Isthmus, as well as for civilians.
to attend rligiousa services for
the holidays.
special memoranda faor theFEL IX
high holy days have been Issmed
by headquarters. UVS. Army Ca- f
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon


LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291. and

MORRISON'S
Fourth of Juiv Ave.-Phone 2-0441


FOR SALE
Household
T'OR SALE:-Westinghouse 9 ft. 25
-cycle refugerator. Perfect condi-
tion. 5 years old. $125.00. House
324X Culebra Rd. Tel. 2-3759.
FOR SALE:-Dningroom set. $75.-
00. Large picnic table $5.00.
1542, Mango St, Balboa. Phone
Balboa 3077.
fQR SALE-Frigidoaire Westinghouse
excellent condition, electric fan
.can be seen from 9 to 5 P. m
House 138 M. Pedro M.guel tel-
ephone 4-674. 3 to 12 a. m
FOR SAL :-Settee and chair, bed
with mattress and springs, two
lamps and miscellaneous items
Leaving for States. Selling cheap.
t-.Curundu 3168, after 5 00 p. m.
FOR SALE: Electric ironer $25
Desk and choir. $25. Buffet ma-
hogany $15. Piano $75. House
213-B. Ancon. el. 2-2947.
FOR SALE:-Double bed, one dresser.
a wardrobe, one refrigerator four
months old, one stove, one Ch;nese
chest, one Rattan set, one month
old, one rope rug, a table and 6
,chairs, one radio clock, record
.player, pictures, automatic toaster
one month old, lamp, venetian
blind. Estudiante St. No. 78 No. I
Phone 2-1252.
11R SALE.-Westinghouse refriger-
aotor. 9 cu. ft 25 cycle, excellent
condition, cheap to quick buyer.
Quatrers 360-A Ft. Clayton, phone
87-4119.
FOR SALE:-Bamboo sofa, cocktail
table end table $40.00. Dinette
table and chairs, $40.00. Phone
Colon 337 (9-4.p. m.)
FAR SALE:-Kitchen cupboard about
6 feet high; oak buffet, pointed
camm; louvres, blinds for 12-fam-
.ly apartment. 0440-J Ancon, 2-
1407 after 6: 30 p. m.
R SALE:-AII porcelain refriger-
ator (Frigidoirel like new, $250.
One Imitation bamboo livrnnrom
..t.E cs. S125. 8 tubes 1itht
radio 25 and 60 cycle with table
140.00; Poreh furniture. table ana
,.fcheirs $25; Lamp $4 00, Mission
1*lle $4.00. Bothinette $6.00;
"nk tree fence. and ornaments
,,5.00, 4 porch blinds $12. Lattice
'ork will fit new Pancanal cot-
etdges $20.00. Apply 0310 Cable
,eights, Ancon.


:po:o, Xo aa- calisr.Zsen tad3ea
:;Cff to0le. Hu s 202-B and E
M Curuni. ICall 83-1S43 after
1'6:00 p. m.
SAtLE".-lew Frigldaire 7 c. ft.
SstIove toy0r burner,. Seven
es demask parlor set. Couch
Im- baby wardrobe, $500.00
VMrythlng. Paltilla No. 15. Tel. 3-

FOR SALE
Motorcycles
R SALE:-Jwa 250 cc. 65 miles
S to gal, high compression head.
-Excellent condition. Cristobal 3-
'2482.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motor.
F R SALE:-RRocing launch, 12" x
4.6", all mahogany, steering wheel.
"-_wing gear and motor "Mercury"
Super. 10 HOP. Hurricane. Very
l used. Juan B. Soss St. No. 2.
I el. 2,4864.

Seds, Nazis
L I CetmlipnM ltap 1)

_y ood nUker reaching the
t reported that the peoples'
11rol units were recruited
Small parties.
i.rey have been given blue
bandss marked Peonies Con-
I and are beinr used to re-
S r Commnshist police at
ing Into the city.
_' .mmunist. ollce beat with
-tM and fists scores of East
Qlnnans who refused to rive an
W. a an food packages they

S tans liftingg through the
Sblockde reported that tih
s polce" attacked men
i _men carrying the "EWen-
A c/i barrels" at three 01en
do T. mauline were reported at


"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via kspafli No 34 PanmA. R P.
(seIll Visla Thealte 31d.)

Akencia Internacional de Publicaciones


No. 3


FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE.-I 1-2 on 1942 Dodge
truck, good condition. Phones
Balboa 2-1541. 2-1522. E. J.
Lowe.
FOR SALE:-1947 Standard Coupe
duty pad, reasonable. Tel. 3-
2735.
FOR SALE:-Automobiles used. A-1
condition. Call telephone 3-1942
from 12 to I p. m. 6 to 8 p. m.
FOR SALE:-1950 Nash, equipped
$995.00. 1950 Horley-Daviagg,.
Hydraglide $695 00. Kells, phone
2227. Albrook Fire Station.


FOR SALE:-Studebaker Champion
1950, overdrive, seat covers, ra-
dio, air rool, heater, foam seats.
motor overhauled, just painted,
metallic green, excellent condition
Can be financed. Also Westing-
house refrigerator. Call Pedro Mi-
guel 4-674. 8 to 12d
FOR SALE:-'41 Buick, good trans-
portation, Westinghouse refriger-
ator, porcelain. 25 Cycle. Baby
crib and mattress, boy's bike. leav-
ing Isthmus. Call 4-646 before
noon.
FOR SALE -1951 Ford Convertible
radio, spotlight, new ties. Excel-
lent condition. Reasonable. Call
Albrook 4294.
FOR SALE:-1952 Plymouth Station
Wagon. Metalic blue, overdrive
passing gear. Phone Ft. Kobbe
5234.
FOR SALE:-i 951 Tudor Ford Sedan
with overdrive, radio, $1.15000
House 414, Gatun 5-364..

WANTED
Micellaneous
WANTED:-To buy 60 cycle refuig-
erator. Call Panama 2-5323

Wanted Position
WANT TO PLACE:-Excellent nurse-
maid. Very good to children or
aged. Coil 4-434. Pedro. M guel

Red Tank Boy, Still
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Louy Plaza Phone 2-3,.1;..Phones *3-3 a 6--


MISCELLANEOUS RESORTSmf FAORo SAo 5.w!
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We offer brand new RCA Victor ree. Houses oan boeach.,Soi e .
10 cts a piece. Alco Span rec- Phone-RAPH L.1O11a
Srds at '0 cts. a piece. oL Postal or see carelok e. e .. m. a
68 Central Avenue. Foster's Cottages. On t ti post (W P lw I
Kindergarten "Mi Escuelita" opens Santa Clara. Please *t arl
egistration Sept. esi. San Fran- linens. Phone Balboao 1 2i .JAD electric 1W l .i
cisco, 9th St. No. 24 Tel..3-4183. WILIAMS' Santa Clo .- I Ma s. sei L.-i *
RADIO DEALERS! ATTENTION-We taqes.ba comfor Be li Wn.. '--r :
,hav enor s f of C n. 0 t .c B -"| a, ,


densers. Resistors and other radio
components at extremely low
prices Wrile for price list. Bronx
Wholesale Radio, 470 East Ford-
ham Road, New York 58, N. Y.
USA
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" St., corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA
PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85
round trip $135 (15 day limit
$165. goud one year; to L O S
ANGELES one way, $159.25 round
trip $268.64 190 day limit). Pln-
ama Dispatch Service. 36 Avenlda
Nocional IAutomobile Row). Tel
Panama 2-1655. ,

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Chickens, 37, five
months old, and 58. eight months
old, New Haspshire, chicl 'is,
layers. Special price. Call Pedro
Miguel. 4-674 8 to 12.


FOR SALE.-Electric ice box G. E
Good refrigerator $50.00. 1539-B
Balbca. Drablo Area, Mangos St.
FOR SALE:-Bmndsow with motor,
bench and blades, $85.00. Paint
spray gun, with hose, regulator &C
air compressor, $150.00. 2 hour
play tape recorder $125.00. Deep
freezer Philco No. 12, $375.00
1951 Nash Rambler convertible'
New top and upholstery. radio and
heater. $1,395.00. 1951 Packard
-1 door ;edcn, $1,450.00. Accept-
ed tiode in. CgUl 3-5280, Pan-
ama.
FOR SALE -Cne Stallion, excellent
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The slx-yar-old Psfpam as ence TeAoers"One thre
eisil w @1 ul injure Sund -I" Ar.ne thre wor ',,,
h e "een tl ra n un d .al d elle n t s ad d r
Af ,S i0aingW t ... Saddles and bridles go with each
was asll on ti seriouagly'll horse. For further detail' or *p-
today. pointments cfll Sheila Curlin, Telt.
Hospital authorities said the 2-1597.
condition of Jub OM dar del Rio, -
whose father Il emplSdd at the
Pedro Miguel locks, the sameFOR SALE:-Two fine wooden ma-
today. rimbas. Must sell quick, $300.-
td r 00. Phone 3-2930 before 4 p. nm.
H an t W& I O U im FOR SALE:-Modern machinery for
e at WaS IIn imm I making Venetian Blinds. Must
I sacrifice owinp to other interests.
CHICAGO, Sept. I (UP) Thel Tel. 2-r.6G0.
temperature was 99 degrees In R S-- -L R, 5 a
Chicago yesterday when police FOR SALE-Life Raft, 5 man size
Picked up James Dalbeck. 51 pneumatic with oars and acces-
who was we aring long undaer- lories, $20 Size 38. man's over-
wear, heavy trousers, heavy coat with ipp lining $5. W
flannel shirt, wool Jacket anV man's wool coat. $19. work bench
Navy psa coat. I $8. oversig clothes hamper, $4.
Nav pea---coat.- credenza aB, English co blnation,
d baby carriage and stooler $10
day. The ditribution was In thel picnic 'ce box. $8, 3 x 5 Indiawool
first week of its 38-day second rugs. both 14, Ancon 4328.
round. -'---,
Sound. .. -OR SALE- 2 window louvers, 31s4 '"
In a new move to block the x 52". 25 cycle motors, 1-2 1-4
Relief program, the Commrl. 1-3 H.P. 110 each. Tropical fish.
ilts began to charge food see.. White Mountain Clouds. Ange.I
a with muggling foodstuffs Fish Kosy Tetras. Cotfish &
to the West. I Snails 5457 Diablo Cottage.


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water, two blacks *E I Pan-
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Modern 2, 4 ond 5 rooms, furnished.
or unfurnished. C l t Alhombrg's
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FOR RENT:,--Only lower floor opart-
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yard, excellent* location. Call S-
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ADN paid butter, eggs, bread r : Shemi ... n 3-541
marmalade, vegetables, fruit and T E. Arm. In-*,.io I FtORchn a-lFuNiiled room
meat were being smuggled outFo, le 1 rmn nslaon theA a kitchen p M
of the Soviet zone for sale in ide of the ca onhe tolat L.o. 43,otsm
West Berlin. aide of the Canal Zone, g 0es8 l,. ,partmal
offieal caretaker status Sep- -. _______'
Mayoe Ernest Reuter of West tember 15, which means that' .OR
Berlm announced a relief pro- ly-normaal security and fire twit
rt for needy residents of proclon units will be quarter-
th Wetern island more than ed on the pot after remaining M
1-1 miles behind the Iron Cur- personal and dependents have .OR'
ta1i. moved to their new astgnment.
Router told the city council PIfna reassignment of person- 2-k
the administration would hand, nel either for shipment to the -
out before Christmas packages United States or into other or- FOR ren
containing butter and skimmed RanlatIons In the Canal Zone- kitchen 43rd St. No.4
milk to some 565,000 needy West is belfg conducted by the 7446th Aplt -. "
Saners. AU at Fort Phermpn under the
lie said the CARE organiz'i- dirdcton of Capt. Donald F.
tion had donated 1.800,000 Rhkgeway.
pounds of butter and 2,700,000 -
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portation and distribution costs. I A te W 0 FOR L
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will spend 6,200.00 marks $1,530.- O Ge k .Atlantapubl
m to give needy families half of the h-"e 0J ML orOe BtFOR
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fritteu lar 4evefr Harry Bs Ueenol rla Nidmermisl a Yd
pfE gadvet. Ha ev- rendered to federal authorities 2n, W t t w a "a h'o
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TEAMS W L Pet. B *O
NE W YORK, Sept I (UP) Brooklyn's Brooklyn 90 40 .492 -
Milwaukee 80 51 .611 10%
thunder and lightning boys shook up the atmosphere Philadelphia 73 59 U55 Is.
again last night in Flatbush, pounding out three St. Louis 70 58 .547
New York 62 68 .477
home rins to give them a total of 180 for the year Cincinnati 58 73 .443 3s2%
and 101 in Ebbets Field in a 6-3 triumph over the Chicago 50 80 .385 40
Si. Louis Cardinals. Pittsburgh 41 95 .301 52
Duke Snider got two of the Ted Gray In the fourth and TODAY'S GAMES
blows to give him 35 for the treated the fans to battle of old- St. Louis at Brooklyn A
season. sters in which Newson had the Chicago at New York re
Cincinnati utilized sixth in-.edge. In the opener, Detroit th
ning rallies to win both games overcame a six-run deficit by
of their twin bill with the Phila- scoring six times In the fifth, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 't
delphia Phils. 12-6 and 7-5. to, three on a homer by Walt Dropo. Chicago 100 300 000- 4 11 1
make uo for Sundav when the Dave Philley hit a three run New York 040 720 00x-13 14 1
Phillies won a pair. In the open- Philadelphia homer. Klippstein, Lown (7-6), Leon- th
er, they pounded over nine runs ard, Willis and Garagiola. Orai-
in the sixth inning as 13 men The Red Sox topped Cleveland som (3-1) and Westrum. p
came to bat. 6-4 as Ted Williams hit his sev-
The big blows were a three- enth homer since coming back Night Game
run double by Andy Seminick from Korea. The blow came with St. Louis 001 000 020-3 4 0 I
and a two-run single by Will two runners on base in the Brooklyn 100 202 01x-6 10 0
Marshall Gran Hamner hit a seventh. Maurice McDermott Staley (16-7), White and Rice.
grand slam homer for the Phils.'scattered 10 hits for his 15th Milliken (6-3), Labine and Cam-
tis 1th homer of the year. victory.pa.
Marshall's double. a trViple by ... ...-,.
Jim Greengrass, and singles by Washington edged St. Louis First Game (Twilight) PEATHERWE lU CONTIB "Corky* 00goAt- be
fashioned the winning rally in which Don Lenhardt, Roy Sle-phlfla 020 040 000- 6 9 1 during their boat Chicago early year. GonsAls went
the second game. verse. and Bob Turley homered Nuxhall (7-9), Baczewakl and on to pound out unanimous decrilon t remain among he w Rj
Bobo Newson. fat and forty. for the Browns and Roy Sievers Seminick. Ridzlk, Miller (6-71 world's best trfeatherweights. Corky Mneets unbeaten Pedro
put one into the books that he'll and Mickey Vernon delivered Simmons, Kipper, Hansen and Tests in the main. bout at the pol6n Arena Sunday Sight. a
reminisce about for many a year! for the Nats. Burgess. li
when he hurled the Athletics tol There were no other games
the 200th victory of his career, a scheduled. Second Game (Night) o' 19 17 Iah
10-4 decision over Detroit after| Cincinnati 002 013 00i-'t 16 2 ciiengp. SUrIri d
the Tgers took the opener. 9-7. Phila. 300 000 200-57 0 prise Yanks
The veteran of 25 years of pro Perkowki (11-9) and Semi -*
baseball went the route for thep La o a aed. nick. KouSkiKnty (14-10)n Miller e se
first time this year angBoca Senior gse. Are So Close To 5th Flag d
11 hits but never was in trouble
as his mates gave him nine | o -
itnthe rs League AM5RCAN LEAGUE By UNITED PRESS hd five games In three ds
four innlpgs. Old timer Fred ITEAMS W LPet. GDwe've lest three of thdf.
Hutchinson gave the game an New York W86 L Pet. GB Ywenke lost three of .
appropriate t o u c h when he' New Yorkm .677 Tanke r C 8te- L of tings am X=happen.3
whacked a Detroit homer for the Sgt. Marvin Renpfer's All Chicago 78 52 .600 8 gel took dA. of theday O n a it wil be sse
cniv earned run off Newson. Stars walloped Norge, champion Cleveland 76 54 .585 10 / oflto al ailIsc.w'b of win t __l e he starts Germ
Bostone72 60 .545 15 nlnE a reft41fith st,
The Tiger manager relieved outfit of the La Boca Seniorn 67 .496 2 S WM2.urvy It' art-",
Softball League. 17 to 5. in the Philadelphi a 79 .39 359 en Nte oaeti a
r oresentation game of the four- Detroit 48 83 .366 39 the flag .b .tklf of th g. uy i. 'm"t" has_
teen-year-old softball loop. S. '46 05 .351 41% remaining pno."e ew been 11p11t1 3 a'T ee, '
President Walter Watson pre- eT D aL t i e
rented a derby-sided sun-glo cuppYorkers il the r s yof -htit
to Sr. Gaston Espriella, repre- TODAY'S GAMES way a they r plyed at V IsoH e l ar-ouht
tentative of Compafla Norge, Boston at Cleveland .6 lp so far.er-ordte,
and awarded a handsome run- Philadelphia at Detroit 1 -'. ku, l
ner-up tro bv to Special Troops New York at Cl-# co (N) W v .i
through Colonel L H. Fitz-
patricr. YESTwiRgDAt G RESULTS ; ; '2min Nw
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t Then a P. A Want Ad n Canada Dry. The manager of White. Garcia 116-8) hs " I w WA
ceived the consolation trophy Phila. 008 3- 100 -7 it G aes d Doule.,
which was' presented by the' Detroit- 012 010-4 8 0 i.oa
league prexv to Captain T. S. Byrd, Blshop (C.13Y and .&-
chameron. U.S.N.01 troth. L rou e10, 0are t0 1- ) r-r "
Tnidivldual awards went to Srrg.jY@
champion batsman: Conrad la4 o 1
Griffith Norge. homerun king; Detroit
D:n s Dilemma John Pistro (Special Troops, Newsp (0) ana Murray,

Dan's pockets had no live Each of the following received.
h, oa plaque for being chosen the Night Game
most valuable player of his Boston 011 000 301-6 12 1 .pl-s
team: Bob Weiland, Norge* John
Vot some mone. he was pviinx: Pistro Special l a; Hol n Cleveland 000 001 021-4 10 2 -
West Bank and Wllie Raveneau. McDermott (15-8. Kinder and
Then a P. A Want Ad ne Canada ry. The Rmanager ofWhi.Garcia 16-8),Wight,
uignted Albrook Flyers received a plaque Hooper and Hegan. --
,endtng the selection of AlNight Game
brook's most valuable player. Wigt 0 1 1- 0 Wa
chamown team of the loop. re- St. Loui 101 000 100-3 95and Fitz
ceived a Unisport championship Gerald. Paige, Turley (1-2)1and -Au "sm- aout l
badge. Mos, Courtney. no At n" ...
h-1,:P B 1-4,, 1-.The mer- -
100 for their
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I .agr ehwmplon Margaret
A downpour of rain Iastt Duat Pot returning
Thursday made it Impossible for to aftir a two-year layoff
an the ladies to finish their full mer national girls
round of golf. Fortunately, a c J Bampeon, 6-2,
"Best. 9" tournament had been -. I sW among wom-
scd uled and everyone was able en smventh-seeded Mrs.
to nine holes, so the tour- I Peres and ft
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TWO HUSBAND DILEMMA Mrs. Ava Hern poses with her
husband James and their month -old daughter. Marilyn Bonita,
in Jackson. Tenn.. where she received the news that she has two
husbands. Mrs. Hern's first husband. Sgt. James Cogburn, had
been listed as "missing" In Korea. only to turn up on the POW
rolls.


Emotionless POW Learns

Another Man Has His Wife
INCHON. Korea. Sept. 1 (UP) 'broke out and was a squad lead-
.-Sgt. James A. Cogburn heard er with Company E of the 24th
today without a flicker of an ex- Division's 19th regiment.
presalon that he had lost his wife He was captured near Taejon
another man while he was a July 20. 1950.
prisoner of war. The Army told Mrs. Cogburn
"Is that so?" the Huron, he was missing in action. She
Tenn., sergeant asked in a flatisaid In Lexington he later was
voice. It wasn't a question the reported kiled.
way he said it. He was just con- In 1952 she married an ex-
firming a fact In his own mind. Marine.
Sogburn, 32. captured by the "I've only had one letter from
Communists in 1950, was releas- her," Cogburn said. "That was in


BELRADE Yugolavia, Sept Russian veto or .f -boc' l," i .goali broe te Ss act o to
1 (UP Yuolavia may soon support of Ital. of t .



















reassert a claim to the entire he YuIosV is that Ur the y I* tre Itali hred fun wbat th
resourcess said today, possible eknow tea stle and t o titoy was dvi
But it was emphasized that PANAMAe troub Ileae I Ae ed .It nloAM erla Zp .1
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a politicall bas) Y i s without the tion f Italy 195.
threat of military force. Asentire the r Oants said, 'T t he weeke ie arese Canal 0a. frets i


It i believed that Marshal Tri- the goverehTt sm e v that now when the vwTies ay PnatiA and a i co
to may outilnrc e Yugolay policy, t should let- eaWrknow that a g*em a y YTgepss reported oth(4 liW ageesa
at leasset in part ion an importantim, In a friends o ts r erpal claim to thYad agelisvt ofIdcels we A depedeI- hY bn l
whispech hedlatoes back to the enextu- allof Trien the orla ha oe at theA e t p L
mentolederr ieorynantheonayod he .aagEl A -1
Wolyn Wdarizeta- ttue ae oen e he e war t e Ii11 tSWWt V.,, -r
.political basIn to without the tiona e s will be Ia 1 rhe95 Ital V YoO k. the ".t ory .
Threat military force. As te us the r d tii nt saidc eld. CThegr wen e y te IgalavI T *





after the war when Yugoslavias Meanwhil -from Ror e it was sbno lo ftbka tn.ci o.e.
It Is believed that Marshal Ti- the govern ,-.ls that now when the T 9 0l .tr.1lsTo"Pa ne&W aund HOM" *S0 th


to mabriefly routine Yu roslav policy, It horteuld let I taly was main- y opn revoted StIy a-
Trleste In part. in an important. It sta l wtch over even that uolavt. oaieto wdet"
speech he Is to make next Sun- all of Trleste. o. s a thet of &t_ the Air" MI 7:
Informants said that govern-. There hal T pUo indication thatretand a 1th "Italy. *e f-tW.


ment now consleaders are thing how to Italf antl-aion and naval for t sa- ifpd sadels. t& d. y
tcarryms ofut a return to 1945." any mve n kes will be i nortav le t t the
That mewas to ested time jha ust the o e diplomo- field. crisUe IY t he YugSlavs n A*'





To ask for a revision of the aim un 1a U1it .re loly,
peae treat in Yugoslavia Meanwhfrom Rome It was au it.e.



obrimeany led the entire reported t i t Italy was main- yu t .
territory, and claimed tamiAng ct eIa watch over events 11 insed Yuga 40Z i.o 6.4-4



2 itor draisesbk the lsue in the a. ptstw.iaie d
informants said the govern- ThererV4 po endic that pnow wenBl wtthe Italy. P si t<.; *.w|
meant now Is considering how to Italian and.. naval focrm- o, e y r iaobajl repotve th- *i ;i0^^|aH^H
t carry out a poli"v of claiming U613 neown A crlatin Dorto Ua" n e a- Air to f bd
aTrieste In pract.ial terms. o eent o f 1e th6,0ev oncfot were d.a
United Nations, ated that the risk of a. e- Uolo4 l a
I ernment.a might decide: ar~ i.u er ant- ., tail m
eItalan peace treaty, In which It n n ion offnt- ean d.tha t on dsaHH| LS1 I3t'
rwass opecif"a Triete should be- atno ve bi CPk e i R .beibn ,h *t, o. ^- Sthe ia"" in. 0
come an International neutral A=dooe lefied. s fli m ] y, th AtlCv1.o p^ Ih. .[ tf 'B
territory. Trleab t The I ,t the ,-. i. i
.2) To raise the ovue Ihn the -WMtrwa po d h 's h. l ts.. p ..
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ed Just 48 hours agO. March of 1962." ie
Today he learned his wife. AvaI Cogburn said the better did not ROCKet-D1 n PMi i T
Nell, 24. had married James mention another marriage safd ..W.V.W U- t
Hern, a former Marine and that he did not question why his wife J IT,
they have a two-month-old had written to him If she K Rgl Sl, He' a irr
daughter. thought he was dead.,
He sat silently in a steaming h-ol daidddrit o h.lM laifca-0ld
press tent as he heard that Ava Cogburn said during his eap- M
Nell had declared she doesn't tivity he received 10 letters, some o -l a .
love him the way she does her of them this year, from friends WASHINCITlept 1 (UP) a
present husband. who knew both him and his A rocket,-p0erd (UPlane has
"What can I do?" he asked. wife. ascended 83 set, almost, 1 or t
Then the tall and tanned ser- "They didn't mention the mar- miles to a new official t
geant showed what mi ht have ragee" he said. "I guess they world' altitude record the In
ben the first sign of the shock thought it best I didn't know." Navy disclosed yesterday. th
he felt. He nulled a handkerchief Apparently none of Cogburn's L Col. Marion f' Carl., i the c th
from his hip pocket and wiped letters reached the o u t side Marine Co ps, establi-hed the
his eyes. There were no tears. world. new mkrk Aug. 21 during the .
"Ts that so?" he said again. es of a newNavyhigh. ltitudl ohe
When Cogburn went to Janan Mrs. Cogburn said. she wasu oasure sut at Edwards Air
he left behind in Lexington, surprised to learn he was alive, ore Basr Murt Caiar Hir -
Tenn., his wife and their son, but to reporters she declared: plane w as Douglas-bu, t Sky-
Dan. now 6 years old. He was, "I'm both surprised and happy rla:et w Dus ill DBs-l
rushed to Korea when the war to hear that he's alive. But I Bill Bridgeman, t civilian
I- don't love him. Not the way I Plot, set tie previous altitude l
-_ ,,-* love james., .- -1record of 19,494 feet, also in a' '
Cowburn asked again "What Skyrocket. Aug. 15, 191. Yu attep
Someone suggested the Red df uted a
B, C ro might be able to e-A1p 108miles per hour. Officials
Smy officeft contemplated flying.mi les e hour. O a o.al i
mhim home in an effort to clear sad condirons encountered at d to. Plia
the a I -gle.1 auch altitudes are about like a rS. of t
tDMth egal tangthose in outer spece.
` IAL M" iMrs. Cogburn wants a divorce t ."oUher" spce.r arrteda l t.n
op t she can re-marry Hem. ,o 34,000 feet be- to
S Coburn would not comment i p as cedt,000 feet, be-,ces
n that. He shook hakds and O It wa launched for Il ts
left the press tent, him face hintacular climb. w e
I-_--_-h__ WIthi na few seconds later It
,,o"f..t' " iM freed, the tiny, swept-wing
ct. was roaring well past the ns e
,inl d of"- sound. It has four h
Painful cramps of "Methily Periods" stopped s th spt enp ot haocse os
mauJmough the supply of rocket f .
or Oi~npex il, Ei1tinNW lW W ,_i -J th l plane e t reached 75,000 feet,
I.3 . .. .. "R'@W"t.1t liW~iiomentuni Arried It to the
In 3 out of 4 cstes in decs own *eseI rr4 height.

ally-caused .ramps back- du40aft *uA al -" li;uP lake bed at _,dward1s
e a d headch ahes nd Te "uoem of Lyd eI a A for a landing at a speed
mienatration who feel PFaima*s need& no proof to of 1i slacs an hour.
.. .ho t 92aNO&was part of a study
n8ie,6mbesuferig quite n t%'w.wtltnw dtoformou b 'n l t W Aeronautics into high
Suchtt ahpe conclu er^'tr- ll P h 'i S ia m dsped flyin g prob- sA
rom tests by doctors i on let the s m relief i
which Lydia Pinkhm's sen.m and weke rl, $ is a veteran combat hea
vegetable Compound gave t bet ber d ot who, currently is op-er- UP.
complete or string relief dariWe your periodl '- tiniini qffloer at the Quazitico,
such distressin 3 out wea doubled with "h COrps Air Station.
4 of the oaedtes tedl Ira=, and other functional t hasW"'*n I He .411N ed B world speed
Yes! Medical. evidence ull f LydiPinkha' f even re.odo t6 miles an bour in ov r
shows Lydia PInkh 's te ndeIrd for that. tool tlou win (see M thi u Skystreak on Aug. the
thoroughly modem In 1e- G.t Lydia Pinkhami Com-. wh?~hofte a, 1 T~-at mark w"s broken re
m. It gert a remarkably pound o .__*

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