The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01703
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TOY.O. Sept. 'P)-MllU- 2. "I spent 33 days In a wood-
polce sa aes d aen box shorter than myself.
streets of this city 3. "I spelt five months In
for sns of k" the handcuffs and U8 days in chaIns
rlous betrayer of fteOw A- and handcuffs.
an war prlaoS. 4. "I was hung up by the
'^-Bck" dlsappear from a arms off the floor or three days
totLco Army hostal e ve days and beaten contant'&.
M* ortly be re t be wa 5. "I was munderfed at all tes
to board. reedo Ind had no medical attention."
plane forJ U Ated Asked now ne felt tdter. all
ilEi -.._ thIs, Bhamwel replied:"I think
Sathorities the Commuet hld be bor
met mnft that wasa d. Any community a the
Without leave to- o ht to be sh
dyuttr military polew report- Ta OBmunls he dl the
li" had found no ue. r leae of only 300 Alled war
Au Utitsme believed f may s today., Indicatlr the
out to eape courtmar- atath out there d
Ias attack by fellow pris- to m the return of ranMag
W WO, swore to "get him 'Ra d era
sIr American= and 210
on said t a promise td
Sprinters who hadh males
slffsed through Slck's Ueh- t banded over y
ey already had carr MOd out R lerattonI HI S ,tg
mel womise. ,,: edue preen
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and .Aty, Prior *0 oft wr Ma. Gen rareed yet or their DO I Je wase
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t, le tkeda lied offli n .parley be convened in Geneva, hat rted the
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D^for a 1=1on ti" tat r. goW tf o two stage oft telsette apparent- 15.e know isGo
S- 1 ly w itnd to Pantam Arrangenientb were under way will readit.
T' Patto also t$Into of hso- the handoer of ant Red at the State Department to Be Md the Uda ed
SBatody. e id. _e_. tranmit the proposal to the want "Peaee In tsdochimai ja
,.~y*o MBeio 'd. ,. ,- ---- -. Communistsx through wodeah As t more a mad, a eWd to e
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aiu tfore o when m- they register, cdnts e ~ conferd e be held I a l
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StemmedeWWd North toreao
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War To China

ST. LOUIS, Sept. 2 (UP) Secrry of StaeJdr
Foster Dulles warned Communist C i *t tWe
might retiate on the Chinese mlinlhnd" i iS
Moist s comlit aew- rwm dchi
A A./ ru the Amerce Lion cormii .
Oull ind te the Unlited Stoate certuiy wld
't He saoid tis country has "vl
Th. e kiciM s egi the Cmmu
should hav rmed a leuss by t hecoheul o. tsa
sjfsi .s tuea s ,,..cem.ful war against South Kme
hI void O61* is still danger of new Communhit 4
lssie in t 1ier E sat.

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The Mail Box ns an open forum for readers of The Panama Ame-
rn. Letters are received getafully and are handled in a wholly ceafi-
Renti:l manner.
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it deen't appeal the
*ex* dey. Le**ars are published in the order received.
Please try to keepthe letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper esumes no responsibilry for eSatement4 as Opiniam
ixpress3d in letter rohem readers

SCi something be done about the Malarial Control outfit?
tome are batting the ball all over the park, and batting 1000
while some can't eet the ball to stay fair. Every time they hit
tWs foul ball.
We the players get out these in the sun and rain. We have
cto build, out in the lunales and swamis, dirty ditches: come in
contact with malaria, sand flies, bugs. snakes, gato solos, frogs,
ants alligators., orcupines, tigers and all other kinds of animals.
And sometimes mud uo to our necks In the field.
Meanwhile the big shot sits and takes it easy. The score-
keS:cr is batting 1.25; manager .: captain 98. coach 61. players
50-51. mascoti they get the flies and the mosquitoes) 63-59-61.
New vl",ers on the team. from one to four years. 43-45.
The team on the other Side Base No 1 leaving the same
brand of ball. bats much more than Base No. 2.
What's the matter? Can't we hit the ball fair too? I think
an investigation should be conducted by the Board of Directors.
or they will soon have to get a new team.
-Dissatisfied Player.
a Answer to Previous Puzzle
Big Leogue Baseboll

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John Garfield, irr"SHE RAN ALL THE WAY"
Dennis O'Keefe, in '"T-MEN"

Months Ahead

Are Critical

For Ike, GOP

President Eisenhower and his
(op budget men are soberly
conscious that the months be-
tween now and next January
are critical to alflth. Republican
hopes of a balanced budget and
lower taxe."
All the budget savings achiev-
ed or Indicated thus far will not
eliminate a sizeable deficit in
the fiscal .yar ended next June
30. IThe d:,ficit in the year Just
closed was a 9.3 billion.)
On top of this hard fact
must be placed the prospect
of an 11 oer cent personal in-
come tax reduction and the
elimination of the excess
profits tax on business Jat.
1. Both these changes will
take place automatically, Mn-
less Congress should uneX-
pectedly vote their retention.
And they cost the government
about so a million a yean. *
Moreover next April I an ad-
ditional $3 billion in regular
corporatlor. and excise tax cuts
are due to igake effect. Congress
shows no willigness to cancel
th. cuts.
Add tUs $8 billion loss to the
several billion dollars of deficit
already in sight and, you get
some Idea of how great the
President's problem i.
Of course, he may ask Con-
gress to replace some of the lost
revenue by voting substitute
taxes. But the lawmakers have
indicated no uste for this in an
election year.
The alternative is drasting
cutting, anu even that may fall
far short of balancing the budg
.7t. Nevertneless, the latest
Wnite House economy orders
were the firm proof that the
administration understands the
size of its tusk.
The Prer'dent's public letter
to federal bureaus was. not as
Impressive In this regard as was
the secr.'t .irective- sent around
by Budget Director Joseph
The administration w a n t s
first to get fufther cuts below-
budget estimates. in the cur-
rent year's spending. Otbh.rwie
it fears federal agencies will not
be able to adjust to the still
more severe reductions needed
in the 1955 1fscal year (start-
ing next July).
It understands that thei deer
ed saviSlS easoat bp. chiev4
e meal, by cutting baok
existing proran Said the
secret order: "The situated
demands a new determina-.
tion of what trhe grernmaent

This is a frank' challenge to
agency heads to re-examine the
usefulnesS of whole operations
within the;a control to elimn-
ate those l.rnctiorn which seem
questionable in any way,
When you begin wiping out
not simply dollars spent but
whole p.-Lgrama resistance
mounts botv in the affected.
agencies and in Congress itself.
For the lawmakers never have
been famos' for voting out of
existence federal activities
which benefit their own states
or district.. That is not what
they mean by economy.
No savirLg can be considered
too small," '- said the economy
Perhaps that phraste sets the
key. for the grimmest spending
policy enunciated at the White
Home in 20 years.
The question now is, whether
Congress and the federal bu-
reaubracy will act lr'nthe same

Misplaced Sym-Jathy
MMPHIS, Tenn. (1p) The
uiat Wgot things a little mixed
-v Mar. Alma Bell said she was
vlbmica new mother at the
,He.yltal when the mother re-
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ROM. -The idOcya of college football never ut place and ep y In the 20-.odd yo .
fairs to tickle a nerve at about thvtie lmo tb hae wahed It sple sAll
year, when all the bony 'skulls argathk u to aacft,.
the culture foufdrtcstDeS std afheo Ii wT ip
Icanes of the Pipe Orn I retur or. plying a
a Ulle orofMalonally .maeur athl= on the U4a6to'be 11 amp wmloto dJ Mitt 11 606
ide. ... oer jn, In the 'ud,..4iB_ *nwjM J.l
Thnewe laugh r it In T it 'ite. .t
is the hn they halJust im- amatilks to pWAy football iU -oo60, f1i S e'
poM& on. ollegi n eti with that stupid, a ia ny were that stupid.

tThe ati-tpU ke
it. ewa trewtsero hand ne -hq a their I1

ter, r 10U imfnute of thr.si Through n the
fou ttl. urtw .. ad-don't 1guem,^ U'..oiN _h t. Ed w,, t _you.! B
ha._orltd. lautlfouqr minuteso_-_ ft psed. t
onaruqL Add thowbtt and they aU'(lffl jge 'aa M.uf o "i '
but toujours ga, kid, is what always say.. goat
ride etheihnortit em iw i 1.
But Oie poor coaches, who have trbMenoti, r.ly AtitA a ga of i & '
are put o$ t honor system bI t4ieNat4p .... limactic m.ean.*.- .-.. ---,- .

t.batr don't run the same half backs_. ino Ar w .L.k altoaday. Ba.
frequent h thn the prescribed periods. This lis become s ontr t i
save officials trouble in keeplag Udlnutes, on .that r u M tey'have to
a of the game. fr ithnew and
and amito.sdens&
s tthe onus Is on the coach, already hlv ... "
trained In honesty to see that his thugs on'tgt I'd st like to see It
ted legally, which constitute brratry days, who e 8
at punihable by a ya penalty to e ho a i
ar-d^? Iknpoundment of the fullbWak's rubber ftoul" .af. 'Vuse oM1h.n5g.
Lor'tlesa and save us. I do not hyalmwhy they MInt'I p Club. I
vor t 'pustk up this football business in the days. b is of honetly do nt

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savet~doffcial trubl inkeepng MutM o.. tat4.av

u-w u. ,jcs sympa-. W _BSOiN-m(NEA)-It will be the end of debt W t at 176
SIp irbefore Eisenhower admilatiration tlessm a
Know whether they mtst call a sae- ruequient to
Sclall of Pongress this fall to inUtease the thli- .atwM ,
a imbt. limearil
Ii a come tax paymvns toe hih -
SIf offerings are fully Wgchr i
d ftration's expense asf-holding m n

If _pte8beM budget estimates f r the fiscal the. doe k
yoe bueplNg next July 1 how tbat g6vern. Virgina. W io
onut. exIpeamcan be cu urthet- lbnt
is d D, new world crisis develop' requiring rUd-unvB',1
a l gi. Outlay of cash- mont'o lidW
Then only then will it be possible to say forts.
t' s M ulal session of Congress will neces- Ut e
at.Eisenhower ehas.n vaca- Treauun
a&hdo hisfIsc~l e1 ve beenury and
t with a vengeance In Washington. Trea
S esasonal oppsitiOn to increasing $27y7
the national bt limit, there now sems to be
doubt that the debt limit will have to be The
It be anything else to 46A.-U--for In-ofsAb
Ul'ORFWi s W- new cash loan iUi nsbasry to keep balance W*s
Ikl sars Powdll Cri* teal in -
NI em~ ppi erm n r sew he_ sAllot t unexpected things make it difficult e
& hsle be m Amm Udr dm foreI of' the Treasury G omutM. m'ml hen wh
reA imepUNAW* &"Wd onie pne si y tl beip Unile Sam's gairt ans back andbout 1
lalS3m11 ..1M XIe a aim the,% p"pely tucked In. dis
wS Sfts eem cut tatyebts considerably. TIer t, p
d *lr es rA Marl a falling fsa rm prlce W alo ffab lt h Way it
taxcollecuos. .
9f. hmI L The bu.in&man who run tohe tbah wobracs t
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WAaHINC'ONa, sept. 2 (UP)
- Defense Mobilter Arthur 8.
Flemming said today he in
curtailing s "rather hlrge" part
of the mulM-millan dolr pro-
gram under whidh defense n-
dwtris received pid tax
write-offs tor epaMnion.
fleamMng told a prnm con-
fermce be Is notifying other
federal en4ae. that many of
the goal "are 'filled, or ex-
panalon in those Industries Is
now adequate."
He maid "we expect to close a
rather la i percentage'" of the
prog which haa authorized
rapid rot taxortaon of 01 per
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of the Mual 30 to 26 years.

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Fine Bone China ..
Compares with the Best
European Chi



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MI-RELEASE at the CENTRAL, Septeb I.,

1 this t dramatic balet fantasy, one of ffew r aWli
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te_.l ballerina hefine fmn hm ea l
Usmm ban d. The REO Radio relesi l
I! title ~nle, di raleyr Granger (rlght m ate infmlal
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Shipping & Air LineewsSIDE GLANCES

Ohio Congressman Iowe And daughter: Mr. an
Michael A. Feghan . r. Bruce 0. Sandeis. Jr. en
Sage f r FIsthmus -. children; M. iad Mrs, Cba
A Uhtt.I States CogtM V.. S8heldeg -and 2 oh de r
and seVerApromlnnt M and Mrs..Lou.s L d or
Canal otml are Aa r. .and Ms. Richard C. Ser
20 pa.senigfS'h.boe itecso ..M 48t and daughter; Mtap i*Wl
for the Istb n s y3lttdy after- ,1loia de Sil-a: Mias Sara I
no4 from New York aboard thi .oid; Miss Patricia Stetlet; an
Panamfa flIter A.~O,. according Mrs. Marv P Stuart: ,
to-the advance prt sene st ret- Miss Elizabeth M. Tatr' MiS
celved at Balboa Heights. Carolyn Temple: Miss Edith F
United States Represenatlvei Thomas; Fred R Trout'; Mrs
Michael A. Felghan. ot Ohlt,. ac -jfarzfhen S. Van OeltdeI Miss A
conpanred by Mrs. Fig ain ab. h i dna Wade: Mr. and Mrs. Robt
their daughter Florence, were A Wainio and 2 children:,Mr
among those to sail. and Mrs. Erwin A. Weiss: Jame.
Among the Canal officials on F. Which; Mrs. Lillian L. Wllll:
the shin are Lindslev H Noble, and son: J. J. Wood:
Comptroller: Henry L Donovan.
Co.nminttv Servioes Dirertor:
and William. H EssLinger. Chief
-',a advance list of passenger '
a the Ancon follows.:
'Mr. and Mrs William S
Acheson and son: Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan W. Ashton and two chil-
dren: Miss Lillan Baumet: Sam- i
ivel C. Beckley; Mr. and Mrs
Robert F. Boyd and children:
jMr. and Mrs. Darrel L BitteOll
and 3 children: Mr. and Mrs.
Jonathan B. Broad: ', Miss K.
Jayne Butler: Mrs. Bruce H. Car-
penter; Miss Amalla Gonzalez
CastilLo: Mrs. Robin L. Comer;
Mis Margaret Corcoran .Mr.
and Mrs. Harry H. Corn and
daughter; Miss Anna Costello:
Lawrence C. Cox; and Mrs. Ma-
rv L Crawford and 2 children;
,,Ir a nd Mrs. Milton Dais
and 2 children: John C Del-
ln:y: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L, M.
Irmers: Miss M iMdred C DINsa-
poli; Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. *
Donovan and daughter: Mrs. -
Patricia Doyle and 2 children:
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Drey- .
er and 2 children: Miss Louise
M. Driscoll: Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
C. Dunlap and 2 children: Mr.I .
iand Mrs. Leo J beren.y and 5
children: Mr. and Mrs. William
4!'. E.clinger and 2 children: Mr 1
ad MN:s Lionel L. Ewing and CRACKED EARTH A vil-J
son: U.S. Rep. and Mrs. Mi- lager on the Greek island of,
chamel A. Feighan and daughter Zakinthos uses rocks, shattered I
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fidanque masonry and any -other aval-
and 2 children; Mr. and Mrs. able debris ti fill the qarth
Raymond E. Forbes: James T. cracked by earthquakes. The
Ford: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert C. qua wiach. I posed the
Foster and 2 children: Miss lla arduous tad of tllin
3rv.: Wilhelmina Galloway and. ruhnad hommusndies, took M
annr. d Mrs. Marioen J OOoodl out the Greek Ionian islands.
end son; Masurice Green-
a'non; Mr. ,nd Mrs.m m.ner.J.1
Rack and daughter: Mrs. Mae
E. Hallett and daughter; Mr.
,and Mrs. Robt K. Hanna ano1
Y-rar' Mrs. Alice H. Hart and
-'ugh. r; Mr, Melba'M Heintz;
'nnelh C. Helll-c-: Joheoh L.-
"'ev: Mr: and Mrs. Triumsn
Hoenke Pnd 2 children: Jo-
A)> A. Jr.'0 Mrs. hargarf
1. Larrison and son: Mr. and
Mrm. 0. Clair Lawrence. .JL .
children, George N, JaneL., P -
tricia 0. Ktntner: Miss Mildajd
1. Lawson; Mlqhael 0. Letch-
ko: Mr. a U Mrs. Gr Lowel
Walter J.. Mc Cabe: Ir. Annis
4A. McCo'r nick and daughter In order to be Vleasant it 1n9 t
lizpbeth Ant Bingham: Mrs. necessary always to agree with
Mc "" a' da"" -"ter: everything the other fellow say-.
Almnena A. McCy and daughter e who do tas.
Mr. and Mrs. Joset h A. Mack agonize yby bu the dn't
Magee: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. f anyone's respect, either. It's
Mauldnand daughter; e er to lean how to din-
urier a daughter; l.rare oleasanty than to ie a-
M-t-vier: RobArt Metivlr: fraid to exureas your honest
MW. Marearet F. Morris and 2 ooinions. As someone once said:
cY-!rv .. Wilfred Morr.b.... "One must have pepper in his
I.- and Mrs Fred A. ew-IO keuv-to .. "
3 '' .. ..and c.ren: L nd"-*Y-"" m u o b Wort nis s alL
Ni'.i: rau r .J. Reilty: Mr.sn
Mrs ogr taea; Mr. and Mr r Nteh
Wt.-. ,~tis and 3 chil. MEMPHIS. UePn. UP T June
dri Mr. Wid Mrs, Howarth V.Moon's wife's amie 'i May. %

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SSobne men peem to te that
oi.oe they're mtthed they no
lager need to "mind their man-
Their wives don't agre, how-
ever, as evidenced- b. the many
letters that have acae to me on
the ticklish subject.
Her is the latest: "Before our
marriage. I was treated with po-
lltpness wlch I la dd an of-
fered clraret with ready light:
the open car door when Ienter-
ed or Rot out; being seated at
the table and all the other lit-
tle iarteies we women expect
from a 'agtleman. But. now I,
too. have. Mined, the, rank of
wires whose husbands have for-
wotten all about the little cour-
tesies. And somehow the so-call-
ed 'lttle courtesies' don't seem
little at all when they are com-
pletely overlooked."
Why is it that so many wives
make that complaint about their
Isn't Jk e-rhaps. because
though M aen conagntly
told ho wU ke a husband's
love. men are rarely told that it
las equally important for them to
live up to their wives' expecta-
tions of them as It is for the
wives to stay attractive to their
And certainly a girl who mar-
ries a Rentlemanly, considerate
mpn Ls going to- be more than a
little shocked and disillusioned
if he uses the marritae license
as an excuse for suddenly grow-
ing careless about treating hbet
as a woman who is worthy of his
courtesy and consideration.
Then, too. Derbans a lot of
r don't undorterand how much
"little courteaes" mean to
Women. For women they are
lore than courtesies: they are
wroof that a man still finds it
orth while to make an effort to

bS here's a tin to all those,
brides Just back from June hon-
ermoond. Don't wait until your
hateband has started neglecting
his manners .to let him know,
how much his small attentions
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prne.t who t d Red Chiba to continue his studies in tknP
pines, fnds It easy to talk thins over with Me weterna
in Bamberg, Austria. Wha Meidetsx. of B1b .r asked
additional priest, the Vatican iasia ernS to tha
Heavy ship comuitiments prevenwed hil fn-Ite MMi,
so the villagers chipped In and paid the aeO.rgwmsns
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WA a oNGTQI, Sept. 2 (USIS I people la her home e t,,
- Mrs. Fly.. Lee has been are "N per se Weat -M
sworn 10 th t.id States dele- 4t1." She hbW um
gate to the l general as- t Mexalo, Ct, a
ia2h f the In&-American Gmatweal. .
of wo n. The soe- rsI.. Lee lives oN a a,
=aon wlt open in Aamuclon, Para- (800 hectare) cattOle t
gauy,an aturday.. ranch with her
MI .Lee succeeds Miss twin M o,and da- ter t.
Mary U. Cannon, 'Chief of the smal l w of 6f Ma #
Inter otimaj division of the US bout 10 west tf
women's bureau. Alternate US city of' uAlb aue In. tt
delegate will be Mrs. Willard F. Bouthestern state of New Mo-1
Barber. She served In that caps- Ico. Her husband has -''"11
city at the c m on's seventh IhUlm terms In the New .M
assembly atl tgo. Chile, and state ste. Her .ma has I
it the elg Uaembly at Rio returned to t De ranch at ,
de Janeiro, r with te US R ._y
* One dele from each of the helping to resist the coNmuaeM
21 Ameriea, epublies will serve armed agressionn againt
On the commbsion. republicof Korea.
A speciallsed agency of the1 Mrs. L Will bring to the
organsatlion of Americ States commission's ninth assembly .
(OA4i, the s cm l~adn observed broad baepoUnd in the Wls
Its 25th anniversary this year. of rural edcaMon and ed*e-
It was created in 1928 "to work ti nal opPOUnIties for woFewI .
for the. extension of civil, poll- Mrs. Lee .is a leader tinta.
tical. economic and social National Republican Women's
rights" for women of the Amer- Club.
The new US delegate said she A devout Catholic, Mrs. Lee _t
feels "very close to the Latin also active lan church aslttin s
American' people..lsnce she was her area.. Be attended, &St 1
raised to New Mexico and went cent's Academ and OW It.
to school with so many Spanish Shool. at -elmot, e
Amertcans." before she majored in .his htte
Mrs. Lee, who sp ailu n Sps- and poltital science at -the ,
ish fluenAly,;"Pd'tM.at the vrsiy oiCalljforia.
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No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199

Household Automobiles o. ",e ,k e "m' Aonbe A
We b A lles hel Ameol us S" e In COOL CA .0ft .ll .
FOR SALE-Frigidaire Westinghouse FOR SALE:-1 1-2 ton 1942 Dodge *0g,..- a. 18 C. Phne SHAPN 1389
excellent condition, electric fan. truck, good condition Phones- or -sei carrkp1 q"
co l be seen from 9 to 5 P. m Balboa 2-1541. 2-1522. E. J Kindergarten 'Mi Escuelita" open ---
House i38 M. Pedro Miguel tel- Lowe @,egisrotn Sept. Ist. Son Fran- Foler'S &CottoISS. 01 5..tll t
phone 4-674. 8 to 12 P. m. FOR SALE -1947 Siandard Coupe csco, 9th S. No. 24. TcI. 3-4183 (ianf. PhoIa Bia. l. I |
FOR.SLE.-947.Sana. -he-o lnanr. Phone Bala., .
TOR SALE: Electric ironer $25 duty paid, reasonable. Tel. 3- DR. WENDEHAKE. medical Cnc. WLLAMS' anta Ca Ca-
Desk and chair. $25. Buffet ma- 2735. Central Avenue K"St., corner ges. Loe. comfortab~ rn.
hogany $15 Piano $575 House FOR SALE -1950 Naoh, equipped, nTelephone -3479, Pn r beach. Balboa O .aetrcpt
213-B. Ancon. al. 2-2947. $995.00. 1950 Harley-Davidson, SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA weekends *
FOR SALE:-~-Wes rinhouse refriger- Hydroglide $695 00 KelIls, phone PANAMA-MEXICO one way 5 GE85
ator. 9 cu. ft.. 25 cycle. excellent 2227. Albfook Fire Stotion. round trip $135 (15 day limit) Grarhch Snt, Cl.l~ii.g
edition. cheap to quick buSALE$165, god one year: to L tags. Electriccebo I
on heapto u e. FOR SAL-'41Buick, good traons- ANGELES one way$159.25 round moderate rates. Tl
Quatrdrs 360-A Ft. Clayton, phone portatlion, Westinghouse refriger- trip $268 Ca 190 dy, limd). Pan- Gambo, 4-567. Pedro
7-.419.- ator, porcelain, 25 Cycle. Baby ama Dispcch Service. 36 Avcn;da Spend Labor Day Wekegld l tl II1
SALE:-Bomboo sofa, cocktain crib and mattress. boy's bike. leam- Nacional lAuiomobile Row). Tel Voile. Furnished house for rent,
table end table $40.00. Dinette Ing Isthmus. Call 4-646 before Panama 2-1655. I telephone 3-1183 qr 3-3423.
table and chairs, $40.00. Phone noon. -
3Colcn 337 19-4 p. i. FOR SALE:-1952 Plymouth Station FOR SALE I a. O nide ctt .I
fOR 'ALE:-AII porcelain refriger- Wagon. Melolic blue, overdrive Panama 3-187"7 5, 3.1Uob3. i|,
ator iFrigidairel like new. $250. passing gear. Phone Ft. Kobbe Mielnein u Pa a .
One imitation bamboo ivingroom 5234. FOR SALE:-Electriclceb FOR RENT
set 6 pcs. $125. 8 tubes Zenith-
ep and 60 cyct with table. FOR SALE-1950 Chevrolet convert- Good refrigerator, $50.00. 1539-B9HoI -
40.00; Prch furniture table and ible. Looks and runs like new. $1,". Balboa. Diablo Area, Mangos St HO w -
F4 Q.0 $; LP,.,ion 200.00, can be financed. 1940
!hars $25;4.00. hette $6 00, Mss Buick Coupe in very good condi- FOR SALE:-Cne Stdllion, excellent FOR RENT-Nice thre bed"e6n,
Streb e nc e and ornaments $600, tion. radio and five good fires, saddle horse for adults or experl- unfurnished hou ns Vista,
.00. 4 ree porence nd ornaments $275.00. 2044-B, Curundu. Tel enced Teen Agers. One three year maid's quarters. Aifali*. 1p1 ll.
.00. 4 porch blinds $12. Lattice 83-...1. after 4.00 p. m. old Geldir.g. excellent saddle horse 16. Phoqe 34- '
Swork w.0 f.t new Pancanal cot- -- -- for young children or Teen Agers
tges $S20.C0. Apply 0310 Cable QR SALE: Economic small car Saddles and bridles go with eoah FO
Heights. Ancon. Carlos A. Mendoza No. 32. "Lo horse. For further details or ap- h
"C .LE:-6 pieces Rattan furn.. Cuch0la Tller pointments call Sheile Curling, Tel
re. excellent condition. 3-seat FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac 2 D 2-1597. i
gefo. 2 arm chairs, 2 end tables. Hydramatic, $600.00. 138-L. Pe- FOR SALE:-Two fine wooden me- LATTINTIOM4 I. t adw e
fe table. House 2026 B and E dro Miguel. Between 3 and 5:30. rmbas. Must sell quick, $300.- oparntU.. S, bedibel ;; f;s
S'Curundu. Call 83-6243 after FOR SALE-1951 Fordomatc 4 door 00C. Phone 3-2930 before 4 p. m hnomt .r.it T T o'
0 g m t. -sedPon, cu2-.om .hine, 1,200.00 FOR SALE:-Modom machinery foe
Phone 2-2958. house 1579-1. making Venetian Blinds. Must M LN,,
OR SALE: Beautiful mahogany Balboa after 5 p. m. sacrifice owinp to other interests. Moern i2 4
*Uvingroom set, 5$175.00. Cocoll Tel. 2-2600. _________ or unt 3al StA
house 2408-C -_ Wanted Position FOR SALE- 2 window louvers. 31 a4 lp" Tel C 5
IILE-One complete dining- x 52". 25 cycle motors. 1-2 1-4Fol'.1--,
room sat in very good condition, WANT TO PLACE:-Excellent nurse- 1-3 H.P. $10 each. Tropical fish, F"eaM n Nt
re_.onably priced. Can be seen maid. Very good to children or White Mountain Clouds. Ang-. fors cil tb A
from 4 tc 6 this aftemoon and aged. Call 4-434. Pedro M gurl Fj.h Rosy Tetras. Cothsh & location. 111. l,.4 .'
tomorrow. 0th St No. 16, Betla P .t.n Sna.Is. 5457 Diablo Cotioge. FOR RENT:--Only lowseirf oor pdt o A
'.--- .Kh Poosrition Ofered .-FOR SALE:- Carrier" air condition-c ment 1e 'iA kio
11`0 5ALE-9 Ft. Kelvinator refriger- ing unit..'4, sed. Perfect cond,- OU* f,1..
i ctor, ued, sale; very good condi- Established US firm Panama City re- n Tyard, excl en* Io oa on. i Ca
tion. 12rh St. No. 134. Son Fran- quires services Panamanian biln- ion Tel. 2-0870, Cva SA. lk 9079, 8 1-2 St. Cok.
c ,sco de la Caleta, 6 p. m. to 8 gual accounting elerk. v100.$125 ParFma. c OR RkT 8--Sml Sprtm t. No...
cp o .month start. Good pobsbitv for FOR SALE:.- Specially for cfIC'es 'r.-..-mili leeSaF'ment. Ni'c
B p.m. I qualified man Write longhand Beautiful bamboo living and din- 65, th lir-et, Sa Francisco. I
SFOR SALE-Automatic Bendi. wah-' attaching photo. T. C. Box 134 ingroom set. Telephone 2-1031 FiR RENT. or peliod of thre I-
R SALE--Auo 5end 46th' Panama. Cocol. House 2M85.C. .V Y.miontm slitat Sept. Ist., I fl S E
t Street. Bella i Not 33 WANTED:-Saleslady -Street. Bella Vista N 3ence. high salary. Sind nictule chihe,. piano upright ,'and, 10 In t gieie..r the els-Ete HO
SFpR SALE -Used furniture at all Write short: I J. Box I 878 Pan- metal Folaing Chairs. Phone 916 S am r t er DiMformston
V knds. against. Via Espoa corner mea. Colon. Pase, 21140, during effect
-.a Argentina, at the gas station. gleslady with .exceliqit 'lfer ces FOR SALE:-Upright pin, .in good K .
..F-hore 3-4995. wanted for reputable establishment. condition. Tel. 2-3358, $150. o'' ,
w." Z' --'SALtiMust speak English and Sponih ognnngNove
SSALE: One Westinghouse ntly.Write Box 323 Panama .ir furnished report t
,ref- g:rator. Porcelain. 25 Cycle. o FOR SALE 2 bedro6ms, 'h
$.11 00. 8 pieces wicker furniture. de .P. for interview. kitchen and washing mpac
:o:, .60-D. Boarneby St. Balboo B at5 Mnr roo ad' both. grg
2'2--5C. _____B__ _mr.ug In Boats & Motiors :., PCro arui bath. ga I
ofdas 2.mt- .l,. ,I I Pedro Miguel 4-674, I hop
SFOR SALE:-Chest of drews, meto IU i. 1 U FOR SALE:-Racing launch. 12 0- to 12.
*t $6.0;, single bed metal, mottresl, T 4.6". all mahogany. steering wheel; FOR RENT--2 room apartment,
pillow, $15.00; N venetian blind, af towing gear and rictor Mercury" spCmous kitchen, $50 monttl
aluminum $8,00 piece; mrfie d WW W Isk, Super, 10 HOP. Hurricane. Very First $t,, Perejll, Joaquin Aroin';
.6.00; dresser with mirror $10.- Imi a upd. Juan B. sa 5t. No. 2. mena, house 13. Telephone ,
:00, 2 linoleum rugs, $4.00 each. Tel. 2-4864. 4106.
diningroom table, metal, $6.00; 4 FOR "SALE.-15 ft Cavuco. square
chairs. S.5G each. Misc. articles. WAHIN Bept. 2 (UP) k ats installed, painted. Also FOR RENT
1501-B. Akee St. Balboa. Phone WAHINOTO, Sept. 2 (UP) 2!, H.P outboard motors. $50 i|
2-1766. --nme ofet 'oae,8.0 a -k each. Abernathy No. 99. Peru Ave. S=
FO- SALE: -West-nghouse refreger- las mount nd empoymen l ne Panama 3-0264. Open
oror, 9 cu. ft. $65.00; twin ttelt fell to the lowest level ne. until900p.m
beds, springs and mattresses, $20.- World War II, the Commerce De- FOR ALE-Sacrificing 34 foot cruiser (0, 43 St., phone 3-541
00black toh; dnette set $20.00 six chiver and prtment estimated today. 104 H.P. Continental marine en- 3
Black top table, $20.00; Silverte gine complete with oil necesa"y FOR . furnished room
console radio, 545.00; Hihboy At the same time, however, equipment, excellent condition wi$#f d T' only breakfast to
dressers, wood and metal, $5.00 Defense Mobilizer Arthur 8. throughout will consider reason- J0,0 Arosemena Ave.
each; twin bed frdhies, metal. $2. P~emmlng told a press confer- able offer. Abernathy 4 to.9 p. yI 3 "l4th St.
50each; Homemad bar $15.00; ence te government is consld- m. 3-0264. F.04 . y furnished A,
et brk lnse, wood$ 1 5.00e eArig ear-marking certain de- FOR SALE: Amercon- uho'lsterd groees e le, Call 3-17
kitchen wcrk table, wood. S5.00.Uphosere
coffee tables, .00 each; of.l o contracts for unemploy- parlor set, sofo. two chairs, coffee or 2-l i hours.
S room work bench, $10.00; new qsu mmatm st x s. table, end tables. etc. All for $100 .
to battery, $10.00; electric -i csh. Co at house No. 24, 50th Yachtsman Teets
tor $10.00. Telephone Balga alo said he is consider Street East Bella oVista.
4.H, %4..Hou se0n55t aof rapid tax write-offs, such ll a| I suis'.
., ,43 H se 06,5 .o 8 u., M"o e iiP
SALE:Dbe Compef dollar wort oathoif defenD s w opak r O mor0w1 0
,D $48.00, Wardrobes $319.00. D e r production in unemployment a- 10~,111 l Ion1 Club h.
sers $10.00. Buffes $18:00. Crib teaM. New England states are UI Vn n Clark Tet
complete $35.00, Now nmttr s monig those eating such aid. han gently completed a
$16.50. Double springs, $16.00, I BMwth ah. In 4l c ompleted&
SSofa-beds. $99.00. Small tables The Commerce Department es- w N lilu if aooto -r
a 53.00. Metal desks $29.00. Bars tnmated that about 1.000,000 -Wg U yi1 1y s.T" c a tkhooner to
S*rom 525.CC Dinette sets $45.00 more Americans held jobs than -.safo
t. itaight chairs $3.00 and many in August a year ago. It aMid un- J.R n, Sept. 2 (UP) Italy _ot.l 'i m1eet0a at
ther bargains in both age nd employment fell to 1340,000. a- tOnIt eted a Yugoalav vrp.- %.ui
;. reconditioned furniture. bout 300.000 le than In July. tOltll~ -"armed border dem. est 'sla e f
SEASY TERMS NO INTEREST The previous post-war low was| o ." declaring that this Withe tCoM : of t %' '
CHARGES WE DELIVER 1.84000 in October, 1952. CfOe wm take any precau- '
AT FIRST PAYMENT tie V eonsiders necessary to 111trt a te111 ,hotel
Sreupholster furniture, make slip- The department said a decline solt Yugoslavia's "threating q r 8
covers. etc. Call us for free "- in agricultural employment in .tta" i the Trieste dispute..
ymoati. .- August was offset by an increase
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NEW YORK, Sept. 2 (UP) The high-riding AMERICAN LEAGUE
-New York Yankees blithely turned to making plans TEASk W L P .
for the World Series today, now that they have just chicago 78 53 .s
about snuffed out the last flickering pennant hopes Cleveland 77 J
of the Chicago White Sox. washington 66 67 .49
Philadelphia 52 80 .3
Whatever forlorn hopes the That was the only night ac- Detroit 49 83 .371
Sox may still have been cherish- tion in the major leagues, but St. Louis 46 85 .351
Ing were practically annihilated the chief day game saw the Dod-t
last night when Mickey Mantle's gers go on a 17-hit spree to whip, TODAY'S GAMES
homer and Johnny Sain's clutch the Cardinals, 12-5, and go 11i New York at St. .LO,?"*
relief hurling gave the Yankees full games ahead of Milwaukee Washington at C
a 3 to 2 win over the Sox before in the National League race. Thei Philadelphia at Cl4, 4,j )
'5,003 always-hopeful fans in "magic number" for the Dodgers! Boston at Detrolt
'Chicago. now is 13.
"-- For once, the Bums didn't get YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
any homers but Pee Wee Reese Boston 200 001 000- 3 9 3
GUN CLUB and J a c k I e Robinsqn each I Cleveland 050302 30x-1 13 0
E whacked a double and three sin- Nixon ((4-6 Brown, Sullivan,
NOTES gles to lead the assault. Preach- Delock and Wite. Wynn (16-
er Roe pitched the route for 10), Brissie and egan.
Brooklyn to gain his 10th, and1 . .
eC.' Z. POLICE RIVALRY perhaps oddest victory of the' Phila. 201 010 010-5 13. 0
.MIlTH BALBOA GUN CLUB season. Roe served up five, Detroit 100 302 01x-7 14 0
--TO BE RESUMED SUNDAY count 'em, home run balls, but Fricano (7-9), Coleman and
*'The recent series of pistol very thoughtfully served every Astroth. Garver, Herbert (4-6)
matches between those peren- one of them with the bases emp- and Bucha.
-*tial rivals, the Balboa Gun Club ty.
and the Canal Zone Cops will be: Roe is a candidate to open Night Game
*--esumed Sunday when handgun the World Series, too, and New York 200 000 100-3 9 0
teams from the two organiza- Dodger Manager Charley Dres- Chicago 000000200-2 7 0
tons will meet in another match sen showed that, like Stengel, Ford (10-5), San and Berra.
over the police course at the he's thinking about the Series Trucks (18-7) and Lollar.
!QAvilan range. Shooting will when he remarked, "Well, four
start at 9 a.m. of those homers would have NO other game scheduled
The story of these matches been just fly ball outs in Yan-
^started with a match over the kee Stadium."
Camp Perry course at the Far The Dodgers open a two-game NATIONAL IRAGUE
Qfn range. This being the home series with Milwaukee tonight TEAMS, '* L Pet.
a pge of the Balboa i gunners, that could be Milwaukee's last BrokWy 91 40 .695
and the course being one adapt- chance. It's Russ Meyer hurling MNInwriee 69 51 .611
I.M to their weapons, and over, for the Dodgers tonight against, JP hip h *IS 59 .553
-whilch they had had some prac- probably, Warren Spahn. St. Lus 59 .543
t~we. they won handily. In other National League New York 63 68 .481
The police then lured the hap- games yesterday, the Giants Clnetinati 58 73 .442
:TEs targeteers onto their range beat the Cubs, 10-9, when Dee Clcage 50 81 .382
&4 Cristobal w it h beguiling Fondy's error set up an ubearn- Pittsburgh 41 95 .301'
.gpomises of refreshments andi ed run to settle a slugfest which
whatnoto. and then promptly had seen homers by Ralph Kiner,
proceeded to shellac them nest- Roy Smalley, and Bubba Church TODAXA MES
Ty over the police course. The of the Cubs and Dusty Rhodes .Milwaukee at Irboklyn (N)
1oral of this should normally be of the Giants. St. Louis at Phla. (N)
imjon't try to beat the other fel-i In American League games, Al Cincinnati at New York
1low at his own game!" But ~ft- Rosen, clouted his 36th homer Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
,er -all, beating the other fellow and Early Wynn farmed 10 bat- '
at his own game is part of sport. ters in gaining his 16th win as
particularly the sport of shoot- the Indians beat the Red Sox, Y18TERDAIt RESULTS
1,9r. .13-3; and Ray Herbert's relief St. Louis 100 '0 101- 5 9 0
Hence Balboa again invaded pitching led the Tigers to a 5-3 Brooklyn 013 203 30x-12 17 0
home lair of the police, this: win ovet the A's, despite Gus| Presko (.12), ,rautt, Schmidt,
e at Gavilan, and again were Zernil's 36th and 37th homers Chambers and Rice. Roe (1".).-
**orced to retire defeatPd. This; for the A's. and Camparla, Walker.,
Sunday, their heads all "Bloody? There ,were no other games aa 'W .
,tbit unbowed," they are coming scheduled. Chicago 03. 102 w 1" 2
back for more. Slich determinn-; -oOo- New York 204 01 21x-10 14 1I
tion is not unlikely to be reward- YESTJERDAY'S STAR, ChuTich, Pollet, Klippstein (8-
ed by victory sooner or later,' Mickey Mantle, whose 17th 11) and M;Culough. Maglie,
and who knows, it might even homer gave the Yankees Wilhelm, Koslo (4-12): and Wes-
*-hia Sunday. their winning margin in n.n trum,
.it'be police course is a fas-' important 3-2 win over the.
siiating one. involving bobbing White Sox.
'-ets and "running man" tar-' a.. r
pts. and their enjoyment of the a 1U IwI A- j
.)Dort of shooting over it imn- -, e rieIs
orbtediv has influenced the: ** .' .
.Zr Fan content to come By UNITEDPRESSrst F f
aek for' more. The course con- -- I I
.gls:s of two strings of five shots
In 30 seconds at standard bulls- Special races lionoring jockeys F ,.
eve targets at 15 and 25 yards' Eddie Arcaro and Johnny Adams TV
followed by five shots at bobbers: will be held today at Randall
which apnar for four second In-i Park, Cleveland. Both jockeys
tervals. Then romes that run- will ride in at least four races...
"tins man. and thbs gives the PEEK9KILL, N. Y., Sept. 2
rliboa hoys trouble, as thev i Lieutenant Colonel J ames (UP) Charles Blythe, an JS-
have only seven seconds to Pet Schwenk has taken over as year-old senior at Peekskill
off five shots as the monster graduate manager of athletics High School, died yesterday
travels 50 yards at an angle to at West Point. The 1939 Army -. apparently of heat ex-
the shooter. !football captain replaces Colonel haustion during a pre-sea-
All this may be lust a wily Philip Draper... son football training session.
plot on the nart of tie police--
after Pll if the Balboa team; Ken Hosterman has replaced Coach John Devins said
concentrates on winning one of Bill Jeffrey as soccer coach at' Blythe and half a dozen other
these and neglects their stand- Penn State. Jeffrey resigned to players had just completed 15
ard targets, it would be lo.ic'. coach at the University of Puer- Minautes of calesthenles in the
to assume that by the time they to Rico, shade and were Joqting a-
win one of these matches from round the track in the sun
the police. the cons may well be The Baltimore Bullets have when Blythe collapsed.
able to come over to Far Fan bought former Notre Dame bas-
Snd shellac the clubmen nver ketball star Leo Barnhorst from Firemen worked on the 200-
tle Came Perry course. Vicious Indianapolis. The Olympians pound youngster for 30 min-
lirele, ain't it? I"dropped out of the National As- -tes with inhaltors but failed
All Balboa shooters are re- sociation this season. The Fort to *elve him. It was the first
euested to come out to Gavilan Wayne Zollners- have signed 'football fatality of 1953.
Sunday and give their all for former Stanford ace George
'the team. And don't forget, all Yardley who has just finished a
these festivities are conducted two-year hitch in the Navy.
-with the .38 revolver. Five shots
in seven seconds. Archie Turner The Fighting Irish of Notre fs A Ttor
-feels that if you hit the running Dame 62 strong -. turned out
'man in a vital spot with the for their first, practice session.
first shot, that should be good Most of the time was spent pos Proposals
enough, but when he tried it, ing for photographers and I Upoals
the running man kept right on was just fine with ,the players.
running, so now we know that The .thermometer hit 95 degree
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NA Sprta EZditor ,

EW YORK, Sept. 2 Bill nually sold 50,000 tIa4hB
Veeck doesn't know where to the Little Glants'.openr la
put the Browns. International League, sad
That's easy, Willy. Why not always were 25,000 on b am
give the Little Brownies the the first pitch. .that's
Jersey bounce? able for Triple A even
A modern park, complete with political boss wielding a
box seats,- elevator, cocktail stick. It accentuates the
luongi ado all the trimmings, tial without having to crea-
can be -ractlcally for free. river.
Roosevelt stadium situated to- Any one faulting the
ward Bayoane, between Jersey office possufBteIs in
City and Newark, is within easy might do well to ot aM ie
driving distance of 10 million Milwaukee drew to the
people. lean Assomiation last
Thrown up in thla late 1930s For years there has wb
as WPA project, the cost of con- of another big lieaue
struction was more than a mil- in Queens. Jersey, Wha '
lion. There are now more than would be no competition, ise
25,000 seats and without double- better. For years it has been th'
decking, the capacity could be secret ambiton of Oeamwa
doubled by bleachers in the Manager GOerge M. Welas of tha
outfield, whare there is nothing Yan51ks to have a. Oark be1lt 1-
but wide Deoon space. An airport the Oranges back of Nieark o w
could be ouilt on the parking a major league franchise.
area with plenty of room left The cost of build ding s
to ulay polo. today is rhitlvead
There ate no minor league unnfemfe n r in em
complications, no cpen classlf- Rcosevelt stadium u w ain g
cation or Iriple A outfits de- access of so many. .. ,-
manding navy financial corn- Better hurry up, PrNspa iN '
sensation, as In the case of the Veeck.
Pacific Coast League. If you don't, the AtWfig -,
All portd Shirt Veeck has to may beat you to It.
do Is move in with the St. Louis
American League franchise. Ea- Alon The FOl
sex. Hudson and Pasaic coun- Along The i
ties, New Jersey, became open -
territory, you see, when the tele- GAMBOA GOLF CLUB rOW S
casting of major league games OPEN TOURNAIUT '
chased the Newark and Jersey
City franchise ~ of the Interns- Saturday, Sept. B. G
tlonial League to Springfield, have open house for all
Mass., and Ottawa, respectively, miaan Golfers, Males d a
-oo-- males, with a one day
The only squawk would come merit full handicap
from the Yanke-s, and what fifty cents entrance tn.
would they have to complain USshed handicap at
No Tie Veeck actually would PriseM will be awarded in
be doing the World Champions cordance with number or
a favor, fo. the Jerseys as the tries. Play to be In either,
Browns would be known, would or 4 ball matches. No
give them i. neighborhood rival- will be made.f
rv comparable to the Dodgers- There will be a golf
Giants interborough feud in shoot for live. turkeys
the National League. Where Gun Club addition wil havl'a
would the New York Nationals turkey shoot in dp ro gr .
haie been for some yearsnow Brecue dinner with
without the 11 annual appear- from 12 Noon to 2 p.m. fi
an.es of the freight-paying buck, kiddiMes 0 cents. 1 2P
Brooks at the Polo OGrounds? wbill e climaxed ith a l
The baseball do-nothings will -a-ySo-are dane from
point to the fact that the Browns until Breakfa~ to be
are a western club and that from 2:00 a.m.
their moving east would throw olfingo mothers can ebg
the schedule off balance. their babies at the nusery. a
The samc holds true In con-
nection with the contemplated aditu r i News
switch to Baltimore, and Odd LAKzVELEU Conn (UP*
.h/rater Veeck was set on (tP) Lakgvinle Journal edMl-
tit last 'spring, wasMt he? tewart HoJanls 4eeg~t
The Braves moved-*wtt t&atil- far 3~D go, f his mMi.l a'
waukee, didn't they? An4 with- month his home caught
out thbroing everything out of thieves made off with
kllt.r. T Pirates merely be- and silver from his home.'
came an eastern club. A sched- press at his newspaper
ule can always be jockeyed a- broke dowL and his office
round, and what difference was burgled.
whether the divisions are east
and west or north and south?
In heavy Industrialsed north- I
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trick at all for a live-wire like S L %"%
Veeck to sell every box seat at 0 'sumI-w a-
Roosevelt Stadium for the sea- Sni lmiin eln lta
son. Thi wo neer ardliele -aL
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TEHERAN, Iran, Sept 2 N, GermnYNP (,
(P --The Soviet embassy pra- *"Let the people know the trutAgand the country afe" Abraham Lincoln. r v eahSm.
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Embassy officials refused to 1 ay 's crucial oe act ,s.
rentlev. They said the am-r1 0I great Brit
bedj -Chicago Cr ks Feel Tood States estbl
Soviet press attache Alexei -t-OGerman b &ores
Voronin complained to th,'I Oteoys. of morel
foreign affairs ministry about n ma
.Mawspaper stories which said
LavrentUpev had shot and kill-
ed himself because he had bee Tg e n y simultaneously It w
woundedd that be .iu -ha,.a./i yt
summoned to Moscow. drawn Its objec to
Voronin told the government dan of the law
it was his duty to prevent CHICAGO, Sept. 2 iUP) The In Iowa the weather bureau brassy sky, sending thermom'e- the heat and City Hmpil-.wal Ival of old fM 1.94A
circulation of false reports,. worst heat wave of the year reported that corn has been' terms to the high 90f or beyond "Jammed" with spectators who gulds in West 1 "
Deputy Iranian Premier A- burned through its ninth day damaged "materially" by heat for the ninth straight day. were overcome.
midi Nouri, who said yesterday today and health authorities and drought. One expert esti- At St. Louis, yesterday lN0,- In many cities the heat has Both actions anre as War'
Lav entiev had shot himself said it had killed at least 22 per- mated that the corn yield has' 000 persons braed homid smashed records both (or ura- tain to win new an
and was in critical condition sons in the eastern two-thirds been cut 12 to 15 per cent. weather near 1N dM 4 to tion and maximum tempeta u West Germans imr.
in a hospital, retracted his of the country. Over most of the area from! march in the W3- Amier- at this time of year.- ern Chrltlan Dei
statement after the Soviet em- The Weather Bureau said a the Rockies to the East Coast' lean Legion park A dosen At Peekskill, N. Y., an MI-yet the 77- -yVea-o14d .
bausy issued repeated denials, cold air mass had surged down the sun burned down from al marchers fell out of lIe from old high school senior died ofy Ge r mr
Nourl said he was "puzzled," from Canada Into Montana and apparent heat exhaustion d ftig openly rose ttul t
because the report of Lay- the Dakotas but they doubted it a pre-season football ttalnling ilion re to
rentlev's alleged suicide at- would extend eastward far e- session. rinul drt
tempt came from responsible enough to relieve the heat in the Warehousemen at Pitsburgh
sources. baking Midwest and East. sweltered ia 96 degreeV while In the German 'view. the
Doctors warned dwellers in the they cheeked out a shipment ditional guild,s Insre a
The Iranian government con- heat belt to "take It easy" dur- of 6 su stanwei 4f 1k b4 5
flaued its efforts to arrange a Ing the hot spell to avoid heart scI oft
meeting with Lavrentiev but attacks and heat prostration. Weaverville, N.C., in the Blue ev
it was thought unlikely that Some Chicago offices, includ- Ridge Mountairns, was Ibout out -
an appointment would be gir- ing several branches of the of frdsh water,, id official
in. police department, closed before hoped t&o' find a pump big dM i
Newspaper reports said Lay- noon to get workers out of stuffy enough t9' bring water from a o .
,entiev tried to end his life offices. nearby creek. The mayro said *
cause he had misled the So-' "Even the criminal are lay- "We're just going dirty."ll
t government by indicating; low in this heat," a pollee
Tudeh iCommunist S party official said. '"The creeks ap- TJ ,hi Nwh New Yow, R..' -n -
would set up a republic in I- parently have found cool'spots str ht, &.-bettr
ran on Sept. I. and are staving there. We he t,eq la
The government continued haven't had a major stickup AndIt nn A '1r i AO
ts hunt for Tudeh leaders since Friday." pet" ofor 14 the Io
as wel as officials of the o- U. 8. district judge Win G.1 aa
overthrow government of I Knoch offered to breach tradi-I
former Premier Mohammed flon and let attorneys remove. Ielals aidd hah shown i
Mossadegh. their coals In his Chicago court- d
,The government said Mos- room. None did. everY dict the tSit. ThS
sadegh's property was being th p ,.lf ,ftofa.
turned over to his daughter. Two thousand workers at a the new a
Mossadegh is in Jail awaiting, T Philadelphia clothing plant re- and oweps -
trial for treason in the recent fused to go to work because of ,hda
crisis which ended with the the heat and two other firms-.
return of the Shah to power, let their 900 employes go home..wt iZ a
Philadelphia alone reported 65 .
edt uner p deaths due to the extreme tem- tam
rTwo men died of heat-induced roM ht di m'ag Iu -t
M s Weaeart attacks yesterday at St.
SPaul. Minn., and many others
were hospitalized by heart- .
lim pets gruers stroke. 'yo to) .
ham eris Sa hares tAthToronto, the heat melted A COOL fEoA-rive-yner-old-Clft - Y r
material on the roof of the old sister, naet. discover one way oa -hen-
E .raphic arts building at the ectady, N. Y. The young eouDle-*lt and
SEATTLE. Wash., Sept. 2 Canadian national exhibition orget' aout the. heat Te _
PI-A DC-3 with at least 19 du Tuesda and caused it to sag 15 T'I throughdit teu Ma orkoto
servicemen and an undeterm- feet. of the t. -
teed number of crewmen a- Scores of spectators fled when
board wasbelieved dow In appeared the entire building ew School A r A
western Washington today, and would cave in and the area was ,.ewl t '*a i-
search planes were poised to roped off today. hool bAt tr Aut lu ruu
hunt for the missing airliner. In Illinols, truckload of
The Air Force at first said w I -harvested tomatoes i 1.4 ;. (VP)-Al
tht h21rserviemen ernersbe -n e *wtIb yo Not Yet Ready Fo Full Use lthur --' i
lived to be on the commercial expanded the pulp and Juice sb oft Wour
Regina Airlines plane, but th. as they were carted to can- o 0e- d the direteilo of the r
Civil Aeronautics Administration neries.
sa'd later that its best inform- Although the new Margarita whose last names bhin with the ilAd of Antilum ad
nation was 19 passengers. School which has been under letteaG.*to L, an others will be almost 500Iles o the wet,
construction for the past several registsrg in the afternoon. day.
The big silver plane, striped months will not be ready for 1 n
in red., thundered over Port- complete occupancy by the open- P asked to report to the ed eo the two La rdniswr al
lard Ore., at 6:28 p.m. last I~ day of school, six classes will Nor r garita school include po~,Mted by h45,0M.wr sla
night on a flight from Mon- housed there and it will, not ehilkindergarten resid- so ita. A1950 t,
t.ray, Calif., to McChord Field be necessary for the- Mararitaing arita, Coco Solo. Co- swp Away te
ntar Tacoma, Wash. ,ahools to operate on outile co. Bramos Heights, Fort t w aythepaon /
After leaving Portland, the fts, superintendent of schools Gulic Ick Heights, Fort w* of 160 British oes and i.
plane failed to report at its& .3 .Esser announced Wednes- Rand France Field and Ft. Thaoands were left homm
next check station at Toledo. day. She and children in grades thMt bloW.
Wash., about 60 miles north In Coco Solo and
of Portland. 1latratlon of pupils attend- Co.a
. The CAA said the plane's M aln vie elementary schls there a.m. advisory
ih plan indicated it would will be taken at both 'schools on reporting to the South d t aourrcan eaboutrn- 'd
tn out of fuel at 8:48 pwn. the ope nin day and boethe u-Ma school include thoseeast the isnd of
.Searc peronautions B ordpofhhe d o.h
Search operations today hing- pl de will be noted 6 residing in Mar. Int FrenchAtilles.
e on the weather. The fore-at the time of registration of Heights, Fort Gu- p is. southeast of
'izt was for "poor" weather 'n Aths temporary Carrangements.nlicknonseigdtt, Fort Ran- The l9.w wTo
thel general area the plane wals o e rehnl odldnandPort 1to13r mdmr w a" _o
l9leved down but the weath- Both the schools will operate She n grades
o Bureau said the weather on-a regular schedule although toForDavis; and, boldthehurricat
s expected to improve later r only six classes will meet at the cdo 6 residing In 1 a. mL. course
t', anybdy' new plant at first It Is expected-C 0 eaio 'ould lend Its dangr
""It's anybody'sg uessas o to that go ltrlttoowillbcr. dad
"re it is." said Charles Ches-Iwol tat sutonwil for etiWndwi aho
plerf egtedinmecfor full occupancy
to, director of the Washing- of the five units before the end

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