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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: AA00010883:01704
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formmal attire Is too deeply a-
tmnched In hslegal mind,
S'After ChlMseo judge freed a
bulneomnan who ]d-. been
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tll for failure to pot bond In
a domestic relatiMns ease. Judge
harus Dougbert said it
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MIAMI, Sept. 3 (UP) A king-size hurricane spe*
ing out winds of from 135 to 138 miles an hour hiled
through the Atlantic today far off the Eastern seaboard
and the Weather Bureau said it was expected to get evl -
Stron oger.
S An 11 a.m. official Weather Bureau advisory placed
the highest winds at 135 niph but an Air Force hurricane
hunter plane estimated the velocity at 138 mph.
No lan4 mass was in immediate danger aso t ia hty
storm was still for at sea, more than 150- milerm a
Miami. No shipping was reported in danger, ether.
The oft-battered Leeward Islands were spared
hurricane's fury and warnings on the islands
and Barbuda were lowered.
Storm warnings on the island of .l'.
south of Antigua were oaso owe@j& ..- 1 .4


'4 The hurricane, whleh
been on a west-northwest em
I In its early stages, veered
to the northwest
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3 (UD) the %aw M abit wi t 'e 'am
t may jm Puerto Rico, had advised
la t 41 residents of the low, un-
fi AVsori"onp" protected ilanmds of Antigua and
ad it seek to disbar Brbuda, both raked by a devas-
ais who v tasin hurricane in 1950. to brace
:--Mftlf s wh ha efor the worse t gin.
fII-e Ms 0 ai Hurricane flags had flown at
ar .go q ouestn" both Antigua and Barbuda since
-W tr thLAt y general hurricane hunter plane pin-
h. anoy oEIrityl whatever to pointed the storm.
ma te fro the legal profes- GOal extended 125 miles north
a. s. and 60 mile south of the cen-
ORW SNe M never given him ter, the weather bureau slid.
thtatheM, y said, and "AllU hips in the path of the
dsbartent ~e s in fed- hurricane should exercise cau-
eral *urt -nmlln an re been tion and all Interests in the Lee-
lattIhaad by im Judges them- ward Islands dsould be An the
Ws... alert for futufte _rng" the
.; quesUea of Communtat weather bureau ,
came Pat the Bar As- Yesterday the tropical blow
l U in ta ut week. was moving at a 15-mile a- hour
iA .AfA ho legates un- pace In- a'wet-nort
Sa report direction alMo.
i tal s law- St. Johns. the ca of the sg-
SSE ot th e courts, ar and cotton piodueb Island
Sti a Wt I to prac' of Antifus which was discovered
S legal by Columbus in 14P,
i =9W itred Attorney One of the gr stdam of the
M f O etW41a3Jownell, r., last decade struck Antua three
ad amtt ea action years ago, almOst de ro ev-
to Cd/ 0", C alHU Bt lawyers erythinr standit on the lonely
ad ..nm lop refuse, on Island.
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Withdraw Troops
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Italy to with- the burden of Preident -l
from the YuO-- speech at Okrogllca
was reported wheh l expected to be hata
ed by 350,000 persons. Prelb
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Tito wi announce a new policy
for Trieste at this time.
Bebler, writing a lead article
in the semi-offielal magazine
"International Affairs." said that
In 1945 the United States. Brit-
sin. France and the Soviet onlon
had created a serious InternM-
tional problem by deciding to
establish the free territory of
Trieste.
"Undoubtedly the problem thus
created is not insoluble, but Its
solution eanaot be found In eon-
cesefal-iaf to Italian epan-
olo0 A Riald."Tbe iw of
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ps in a comment
aatic envoys of
rn powers paid
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ler their sec-
days.
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Suse their Rov-
nee to persuade
1w the wextraor-
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er as the result
mp of the Triee-
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today thit 00 to 1.0ra
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lvered about twi years
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iTHE MAIL BOX

5 I GOT TO HAVE A REST
Ancon, CZ
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.'.s a starter for their survey of the tangible and Intangible
"ustiflcation of a 25 per cent differential for American employes
f the Canal, I suggest that one of the survey team hie over to
Balboa Heights Library and ask for a book titled "White Set-
alers In the Tropics."
This study was published in the 1930s, as I recall, so it will
ot include the medical gains resulting from discovery of the
ulphur drugs. antibiotics, and better anti-malaria medication
thp broadening of public health measures.
But telirve the analvstq v'i-l eind here one of the few com-
.:nsite f:ccual reports on what happens in a generation or
we to emne-?te Zone stock' which migrates to the tropics
d stays there.
The author, who:e name I have forgotten, takes a good long
k at the effects of the wet sep-level tropics, the dry tropics,
d the mountainous tropics on settlers from northern climates.
It goes into some detail as to the ennervating effects of the
arm sea-level tropics and is pertinent evidence of the very true
nd pressing need for temperate zone vacations for workers of
er"?nrate zone origin.
n Int r 12 vc'r I have lived in the Canal Zone and in Pan.
ram t i has btn eas'.' to see the difference in the health, vitality
kni freshness of outlook of those Americans here who do take
terry --rate zone vacations and those who do not.
S The Army' also has made some good studies of the effects
Of the tropics on American troops. and possibly their dependents.
Their findings, however. cove, only a specially picked group
f oioung people who remain at one station for a few years only.
ave been scotched 'not eradicated there are still some peculiar
Bvir3 which beset the tropical settler. The Gorgas Memorial
-story in Panama City may give some data on those.
Medical men are gathering all the facts they can on the ef-
e3 of climatic extremes of heat. cold and elevation on the
Ruiman body. They have found. for example, that the lungs of
Sncdean Indians have been modified down the centuries so that
hey can work comfortably at very high altitudes. If anybody
as made a similar study of PanamiA' indigenous ethnic group.
Se San Bias. I have not heard of it. But it's obvious that these
tiudy, healthy people, are well adapted to their environment.
hcvy don't need a States vacation.
1 But Mr. Johnny Doe. machinist, and his wife Susan, and
eir three voung hopefuls. are of different ethnic stock.
As the defense worker's song had it. they feel: "I gotta have
y rest iIn the States, if I'm a goln' to rivet."
(Name On Request)
-Ennervaled


Almmfm_ -- -.
CENTRAL WEEK-END RELEASE...!

Jean SIMMONS Victor MATURE Monica LEWIS, In

"AFFAIR WITH A STRANGER"


I TIVOLI

FIRST CHAPTERS 1. 2 and 3 of
"BADMAN ROBIN"
Also: -
"FURY OF THE CONGO" and "ROARING FRONTIERS"
PLUS TWO SHORTS... I


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Furnishings With
a Want Ad
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are leaking fa whaelfve eM hbeve to
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PANAMA
AMERICAN


Sen. Taft's Last


Speech Backed


Foreign Aid


BY PETER EDSON
Washington (NEAl The lam
speech which the late Sen. Rob
ert A. Taft of Ohio made on th
floor of the U.S. Senate wasr
short statement on July 1, b
support of a full $5.3 billion'as
thorization for the foreign al
program.
Though Taft had question
the value of foreign aid, ha
spoke against or voted to reduce
many Democratic administer
tion proposal for foreign aid, I
is considered significant thi
his last act in the Senate wa
to support President Nisenhow
her's request to continue this prq
gram on a big scale.
The issue before the Senate
at the time was a proposal by
SSen. Russell Long (D., La.) to
send the bill back to commit-
tee with instructions to cut
the authorization by $2 billion.
Taft spoke against the loing
motion.
"Mister President," he said, "
supported the bill in committee
and I intend to'vote for it, witt
the understanding that I do no
commit myself to any specifl
amount when the aporopriatio
come before this bdy.
"It seems to me id perfect
ly clear that the A opriation
Committee is in a better po
sitlon to determine what cut
can be made.
'"This is largely a military aid
program. It is closely intgf'ated
with our own military program
so that the Appropriations Com-
mittee can consider both.
"In certain eases it may be
cheaper for us la the long run
to arm our allies than to pro-
vide additional Amer ican
troops that might be neces-
"It sees to- me that the Ap-
propriathmt' Committee should
consider this matter in detail.
The comhmittee-an go over the
various program that are pre-
sentted and c4 Judge as to
those programs.
"The only ejet of recommit-
ting the bll tll July 15 would
be to delay the Appropriations
Committee. That committee can*
not proceed until the authorlza,
tion law is passed.
"I feel very strongly that
the question of the amount of
this program is one that oueht:
to be determined In connector.!
with the appropriation 'big,
and therefore I intend to vote
as I have voted heretofore o
such bills for the aunthi
tion, .ltsoit *t
"I- do n i hhikn


bill.
*-It seemi'tr e t IW Iwould
only delay matters, natd ertalti
ly I think the amendment (d
the Senator from Lousiaan
should be voted down, and thd
we should pas. the bill. We
should then seriously consider in
connection with the appropria-.
tion bill the question of where
savings can properly be made."
That wu all 6f Taft's speech.
As a result of it, Long with-
drew his motion and put in a
substitute to send the bill back
to committee with instructions
to cut the authorization by $1.3
billion.
After-a short debate, this sec-
ond Long amendment was de-
feated by a motion from Senr
Kall Mundt (R., S. Dak.) to lay
the motion on the table. This
was supported by a vote of 48
to 34. for which Taft voted.
There is no indication how
Taft would have voted on for-
eign aid appropriations, or what
cuts he mItht have supported.
But it is fairly obvious that if
Taft had supported" the Long
motions to cut the authorization
by $1.5 billion or $2 billion, this
cel might have carried.


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suervio o*=ected disability;
-in proven your right to
compeusaton from the Vet-
erans Administratio;
-in obtaining medical out-
patient treatment or hos-
pitahuation;
.--4 insurance or employ-
meant matter;
-in establishin widow's or
depmendents rights;
FOR EXPIT ASSISTANCE
AT NO CNAIM TO YOU

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Britain's Recove.,ry

By ruce Biossiot

There. is, s much. disheartening newroem -mrm-t .rons as n
abroad that it is pleasant to be able to find a time lost % trAkes e.,l b
bright ray on the blion. This shaft of alhbt s"r. .
comes from Great Brltain, where a substsatlal he*s thiRis al I' no ve
economic uDtura is In progress. bofem. Bt they i a
of well being in
Accordin* to reports, Britain's improvement is. British eter to
founded largely on an elemntual fact of trade: thee country's g
the Prioes of the raw material and some m6 the .
other things it buys have gone down, while This recovery, u
price on'- the pr-ets it reports. we baheld ioM eof the
steady. This has fatened the Britisl bank ac- contrast to the
count, building a d, Alla' eps. firmonths aer W
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waaresh murki of free aoWvty.
-Je edznatemarlzed the steol ad tresk.
Ing .l el. and wiped 'out mauy anothbt
bu omunroL
'In r e nled at the British citizen's rush
ing" taxaZd. They have taken a big trde to.
warf th iprmled soal lof s0.000 nw ori-eam


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t six moth or *Va- the lu
a a tath
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bounced by the Queen. Gropp Capt. etr Tw. Ii with a fs T ffI
send Bmself requested transfe.rf1f the Palace, him a
Now he Is having the time of t life. the country voted
Brup*s' babes mad over him. we r ooall ....
lionmg him. He got so many -ealff love- WORLD ON A
struck pieo.s he had to change hi Hes t drinks "Bulls
telling riendBhe never cared fQt Mel.ted. a lttle .
her fI' tl* advertisingg." ... Prln .
cees Margaret, she hsa nob S not .n-Pittoab h M
anyone, Her. present difficultinL witbr.h ily ..G are
thorltr ounewrn ier "gay p Ire", eL w rtalJe S -MAw a mius
the pam a g us a t-., etc, or d
ments wt pecial entrances. are 4st. Mary's P..
a bloch from her family, so come and _, ... what? Not anoth
go at all hos. Invites to her musts; vn This tme th
her latL-n-Viiting phones 18. W ho 1 g
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Brpai.( Pla-s New GoonageMau IKeown: Don McLaughlin: Geo.
With Pacific Northwest Maduro: Steve R. Mahaffey; Mr.
> Starting September 27, t~avel- and Mrs Thomas C. Makibbin;
ers from Panama to the PacflclRichard L. Matlett; Mr. and
Northwest of the United -StbtesMrs. Augustus C. Medinger;
will be able to make copnectionsfHarold Melvin Mever: Mr. and
at Dallas, Texas.-with a new. di-IMrs. George V Motta: Ernest
Srect, one-plane servlke betweeniT. Motta: Monty A. T Motta;
Houston and Dallas. Texas and Miss Elizabeth B Muhphey:
Salt Lake City. Utah: Bol-e Ida- Gaspar G de Paredes: Miss!
ho -Portland. Oregon: and Seat- Nancy L Paxson: Mr. and Mrs.,
tie-Tacoma Washington: via Robert F Pearl. John A. Pes-
3klahoma City Oklahoma: and cod: Mr and Mrs Rov S. Phil-
Denver, Colorado. lios a'bd daughter: Frank D.
Less than ten hours on the Plala: Mr. and Mrs Albert B I
through airplane will separate Pope; and Stuart R. Plumer;
These key cities of the so th-'MsJ eR laMissL
western United States aridhose Mis Joanne Reccia: Miss Hel-
Ste Pacifeic Northwest when en Patrici Rlgby; Mrs. Laura
tanlf Interatic NoalAirw vs E Robinson: Mrs. Dina Rowin-
nraniff Inted Air Lines inauguate ski Miss Jacquln Schofield:
nd ted Air Lines Inaugur Maurice Wavbe Sherry; Orlando
I the new service all Smith Jr.: Mr. and Mrs. Anto-
daylight fli htswin each ditrec- nlo Sobrado: Miss Lydia H. So-
Sdaylight be operated b"eandare.s; Dr Irving J. Strumpf:
.ct cre ws between, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stubble-
I BdilfT rloivt crews b itwee ;.qelt: Rieftard W Tatelman:.
'1 Houston and Denver. with Unit harles A Thomas: Kayleen'
ed crews taklnb over at iatCton Morris Waxman: Mr.a
point Schedule details will be alnd Mrs Adri Wa ebbn: Mr.
announced later. and Mrs. James H. Weltmer:
S.oa.e.. ""--' B Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Wright and
iBk-YT.o ltge Boa Merlin B. Yocum.
Sall iFriday: I__MrinB___
rlmngers Booked ---- _
S- TyoI ell" known p..ar ma a- Ca
fla :employes who d at the
end of Augitst. G l.Medlirer.
Rairrnad and Taritlius Directr. MAKEl FRIEnD
and .Tames W Deqr. of t MAKE RIENOS
Maintenance .I-vIlW, are - -
Smone th, lan3ftl4i nsra' who .
sail for the StKs JPridey on tte '
Srpsnaia Liner C Ljtbb
Both Mr.M :ttd Mr. f
S ettm. who 're lI.tini .o
take their future home In thte j
Trited States. will'be accompan-
Iftd.gy their wives:. -'.
Mo..t of the advance pas Ogf ., I l i
list of'the Panama Liaft ll
northbound this week is ntde -
9tOf college students from the t you've cooked the meal
TfiTMtle, most of whomn are re- yourself and the guests proclaim
tirnzlar ,after a- sumnner vaca- it Derfect-that's. the time to
S take a bow. Thank them gra-
-Ab.uowdlete advance paisen. clously. Say you're glad they en-
SrJM loUows- ..Wedt--and let it. got that.
Xjhdird 0 Abbott: Mrs. Katth- "Thratls no time for &lning
ket D. Ackerman and daugh- that you thought the meat was
ter. .r. and Mrs. William E. a little over-done or the pie
AfteRranger and two children: crust wasn't as flaky as usual.
Wifam A. Altman: Mr. andi
Mrk. Mlih h Attard: Robert P.I When others praise yeu they
Bagvtr,;. .M.4nd Mrs. John R. want your gracious thaltks--not
Barr .and-so:- rs. Mary M. your apologies. '
Barrias; Marcel .Belanger; Max
X. olad, Mr.. and Mrs. Buren M
Boswell;: d. Mr. W ..l mWll-. ,
Hiai'H. TOWn.
F.C *BCiQlo:; Mr. anh fWs. .'
F. C_.W Mart_... cW
W h.W T iAinam J. Carson
SReind.C. Ohlsholn,; .Mr.
R Irsal~ipe a Cl movs,
: .Tr. rs. At l e? .i .
c. collins a ,n e'hIden: Daniel. J.
C r-wd're: Francis E. Council
Jr.; Miss Mary Cowden. MIs
Marjorie Cowden; Mr. and Mrs
win. ,. Vons II son;H
Cu'rle- Mis A, e D e ;
Leafy C. ; Mr a Md Mrs. '
S Rodney J.. 3lPaul A.. ngelke;
a* nd Mr. and Mrs. Albert H.
I 3vans and son:
SMiss Patricia Fabyan: Robin
SIs2G-,mIez: Mrs. Martha A. Orif-
1ffthrIZsis Hawl N. Grjfflith
iJt(W. Hall; Mr. nd Mrs. Jo-
ft0h -i HanAitan. and two chiT- *
Spdlll 4M Tss Eleva B. Hasting:
-' .,'-.lentschel: Miss Gay
roean: Miss Nellie F. Holger-
sqn: P. Byrne Hutchlngs; Pa-
"trick B. Hutchinas: Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford H Cones: Drniel
"p'. Klley: MT. and Mrs. William
E LeBrun and 3 children: and
Leo Lesaiark:
Mr. and Mrs Albert Mc-

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14 Pseudonym of ornaments
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AEROVIAS ECUAt RIANAS. C'. S.

MIAMI, One Way ......s s O- Roo- to0 c"n0 4 '6.
GUAYAQUIL, One Way.. 80.00 Round'triop 144.40
QUITO, One Way....... ~00 Round trip 154.80

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at Peru Avenue No. 15, Tlephone 3-3283 or set your
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Written for N]A kBwi.o


One of the troubles with HUrd
Luck Joe.ja that hi feet are far
too big for any normal human
being. As a result, hi feet are
always getting In hi odwn way,
his partner's way or into his own
mouth. In today's hand, for ex-
ample, Joe held the South cards
and managed to get himself
beautifully tangled up.
SThere was nothing much to
the play. West opened a trump,
%ad Joe exhausted trumps in
two rounds. He took successful
heart finesse, and took a auc-
eusful club finesse on the way
back. He was then able to claim
Uweive tricks, giving up only one
*ade.
North looked daggers at his
lWtrn',. and Joe looked apolo-
S e. "I don't see how we could
't. a we couldn't make t
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din Northe would have the
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if he'ehbo to de a.. Hence
South w~o~~Ntle nd o l by this
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not have cntined t bidding
in diaods. Nortl w-u haive
doubled the t.c ot u bid of

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Almost any reasmable defense
would strip West of bs eldht
cards In the side suits. He wobld
still have to lose two tnimp
*%ksa and therefore would'be
sat six for a loP of 1700 points!
No wouder North was anoyqsd
at Joe.

KofCMeeting
Mfmbw of the-PanamaBal.
boa Coml im lln.of the. Knight
or Olumibe will hold their fIVst
mneethig f2' the .oinhb of Ssp-
twmber, tcailht at.7:30 at the
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VAIL, Wash., Sept. 3 iUP --
The charred wreckage of a char-
tered DC-3 carrying 19 soldiers
and two crewmen was foupd yes-
terday on the fringe of the Cas-
cade Mountains near this tiny
logging community, just 27 miles
short of the plane's dqatilation.
The Air Force aild 15 bodies
had been counted. State forester
Jim Church, who was with the
ground par, said-then am nd
sign of life.
Searchers said only the tall
section of the twin-engined
plane was not burned. The craft
bad plowed into a grove of fir
trees.
The plane, operated by Real-
na Airlines of Seattle under
charter to the Army, was o a
flight from Fort Ard. Calif.,to
McChord Air Force base at Seat-
tle when it vanished Tuesday
night over the rugged western
Washington area.
Fire warden Ward French and
Arnold Englung, construction
foreman for the Weyerhaeuspr
Timber Co. at Vail. said the sil-
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" SteUM Panama
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon


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


MORRISON'S
Fourth of July Ave.



FOR SALE
Household
w fOR SALE-Frigidoire Westinghouse
i r. excellent condition, electric fan.
S I can be seen from 9 to 5 p. m
I House 138 M. Pedro Miguel tel-
t phone 4-674. 8 to 12 a. m.
rFOR SALE: Beautiful mahogany
i n lingroom set, $17500. Cocoli
house 2408-C.


&fOR SALE:-One complete <
room set in very good con
S 0 easonably priced. Can be
t' from 4 to 6 this afternoon
tomorrow. 50th St. No. 16,
~.-Vitao.
+,fpR SALE.-Used furniture
_)kinds. Bargains. Via Espafna
via Argentina. at the gas s
Phone 3-4995.
* FOR SALE: One Westing
O' refrigerator. Porcelain. 25
$75.00. 8 pieces wicker fur
$35 '760-D. Barneby St.
* 2-4566._
4OR SALE -Chest of draws,
* $6.00; sir- e bed, metal. mc
, pillow, $15.00; 3 venetian
1 aluminum $8 00 piece; mete
,. .$6.00, dresser with mirror
00. 2 linoleum rugs, $4.00
q liningroom table, metal, $6.
chairs, 51 50 each. Misc. ai
i 501-B, Akee St. Balboao.
1766.


'FOR SALE:-Westinghousp refrlger-
aator, 9 Gu. ft. $65.00; twin nptal
4 beds, springs and mattresses. $20.-
d 00 each; dinette set. six choirs and
black top table, $20.00; Silvertone
*.-cnsole radio, $45.00; Highboy
..-,dressers, wood and metal. $15.00
each; twin bed frames, metal, $2.
50 each; Homemade bar, $15.00;
Venetian blinds. $10.00 each;
kitchen work table, wood. $5.00;
coffee tables, $50.00 each; tool-
room work bench, $10 00; new au-
to battery, $10.00; electric mo-
tor, $10.00. Telephone Balboa
3433. House 0855-B, Oleander
Place, Balboa.
VOR SALE:-Double Beds complete,
$48.00, Wardrobes $39.00. Dres-
Ssers $10.00. Buffets $18.00, Cribs
complete $35.00,' New mattresses
,416.5b.0 Double springs, $16.00;
*fa-beds, $99.00. Small tables
3.00 Meal desks $29.00. Bars
_3r* $25.00 Dinette sets $45.00
Si1llt chairs $3.00 end many
ether bargains in both new and
reconditioned furniture
EASY TERMS NO INTEREST
CHARGES WE DELIVER
AT FIRST PAYMENT
,fVe reupholster furniture, make slip-
covers, etc. Call us for free es-
t .mae.
.!uto Ro" No. 41. Phone 3-4911
IQR SALE:-Large Servel refrigera-
tar $60 CO, .25-cyl. Maytag wash-
e r, square aluminum tub $ 100.00,
' porch shares. 25 cycle, small elec-
ulc clock. Tel. 3-3000. First St.
No. 6, Apt. 4.
OOR SALE:--China closet, $15.00.
Bed complete. $12.00. Mattress,
$5.00. House 8202-D, 6th St ,
SMargarita. '
3OR SALE:-25 cycle Westinghouse
re1rigeralor, porcelain in and out
Reasonable. Call F~-lboa 1580.
2OR SALE--Three piece maple liv-
ingroom set. Innerspring. $60 00.
Call 3-3422, 8:00 to 10:00 a m.

bo Phone Workers

each Agreement

Ii h AT&T Compi
NEW YORK, Sept. 3 (UP) -
't CIC Communications
workers of America and long
enu division of tMh American
telephone and Telegraph Co.,
reached an agreement today on
*new contract, ending the
threat of a nationwide strike by
2,000 telephone workers.
f The agreement will give the
bmployes wage increases of $1.-
40 to a $3 a week beginning Oct.
L if approved bv tihe union
embers.
The company said the wage
lke would cost it $3.210,000 a
iThe employes also will re-
S ive improved vacations, reach
ie maximum rate of pay after
shorter period of employment
r eceh e other benefits, a
oat announcement said.
i a'otiators reached the agree-
Rent with the help of federal
mediators after four months of
gaining. AT&T employes in
Crhicago. Philadelphia Atlanta
hid New England staged brief
Walkouts last.month to protet
What they called company
"stalling.'
The union represents long
Uinem emp'o.e of the comn-
mny in 43 states and the DUs-
i9et of Co.umbii. The .ew con-
atr.t will run for 12 1-2 months.
The contact establitses max-
mam rates of pay which vary
cities. T-.! rates for plant
raftsmen vary from a low of
S 0Min Louisville and Memphis
to a high nf $106 S0 weekly in
,fw York. Telephone operators'
c".m 'eay t "i6'T weekly in
mldivUile nd Memphis to SW1
In Detrot. Minimum wage rate
frol fr M80 ftor cperator
$38.MM for plant workers.
compay spokesman said
sameent folldc.:d a pat-
cL, w- e inrea'eM etab-
in 'I other conmaets be-
Sthe inton and Bl sys-


-Phone 2-0441


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1 1-2 ton 1942 Dodge
tuck, good condition. Phones:
Balboa 2-1541. 2-1522. E. J.
Lowe
FOR SALE.-1947 Standard Coupe
duty paid, reasonable. Tel. 3-
2735.
FOR SALE:-1952 Plymouth Station
Wagon. Metolic blue, overdrive,
passing gear. Phone Ft. Kobbe
5234.


B and FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac 2 Dr
Bella Hydramatic, $600.00. 138-L, Pe-
- dro Miguel. Between 3 and 5 30
at all FORISALE-1951 Fordoamatic 4 door
corner seon, custom line. $1,200 00
station. Phone 2-2958, house 1579-B,
Balboa after 5 p. m.
'ghse FOR SALE: 4 Door Sedan Nash
Ctycue. 1952. Excellent condition. Tel
nitlr.c '4227, Corozal. 3-4894 Panama.
FOR SALE:-Chevrolet 1950 4 door
e- t- sedon. duty paid, will consider
metal, reasonablee cash offer. .-1697 ol-
ittress. sLu
1ki-. f'"i


FOR SALE:-1951 Ford. Excellent
condition. 5286 Morrison St., Dia-
blo, C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1953 HiJman Minx
convertible. Only 2,000 miles.
, white walls. Call Albrook 86-3196,
inquire at Quarters 146-A, Al-
brook.
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet con-
vertible, looks and runs like new.
$1,200.00, can be financed. 1940
Buak Coupe In very good condi-
tion, radio and five good tires.
$275.00. 2044-B. Curundu. Tel.
83-6161, after 4:00 p. m.

Wanted Position
WANT TO PLACE:-Excellent norse-
maid. Very good to children or
aged. Call 4-434, Pedro Miguel.
Position Offered
Established US firm Painama City re-
. quites services Panamonian bilin-
gual accournin clerk. 4$100/$125'
month .start. Good possibility for
qualified man. Write longhanl


"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via Espafia No. 34 PanamA, R. P.
(Bella Villa Theatre 1ig.)

Agencia Internacional de Publicaclones
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3189


MISCELLANEOUS
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Wdb AlasHll DAsey-iness. BIk
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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" St., corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
To MIAMI & NEW YORK via AEREA
Boeing 4-engine planes..One-way
to Miami; $70.00 Round Trip
$12600. One-way to New York:
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
telephone 2-1655.
Reliable Piano Tuner technician, no
faking. Phone 3-3975, Box 641,
Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE
MiaceHlameons
FOR SALE:-Electric ice box G. EI
Good refrigerator, $50.00. 1539-B
BalboX. Diablo Area, Mangos St


FOR- fLE:-"Carrier" oir condition-
in unit, 3., used. Perfect candi-
tio- Tel.. 2-0870, Civl S. A.
Panama.


FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foot ma-
chine, piano upright grand, 10
metal Folding Chairs. Phone 916,
Colon.
FOR SALE.-6 wood venetian blinds
34 x 65, $S5. Arm chair and ou*
toman $12. Table Lamp $5. Tel.
2-4396, 4-7 p. m.
FOR SALE: Chickens, 37, five
months old, and 58. eight months
old, New Hampshire, chicklins,
layers. Special price. Coll Pedro
Miguel. 4-674'- 8 to 12.
FOR SALE:-Studebaker Champion
1950, overdr l. 'seat covers, ra-
d;o. air cool,heater, foam seats,
motor overhauled, just painted,
metallic green, excellent condition.
Can be fijncrtedd. Also Westing-
house refrigerator. Call Pedro Mi-
guel 4-674, 8 to 12.
FOR SALE: -" Lrinel electric train-
25-cycle transformer, mounted o
'table; electric jig saw; icnic table
with benches. 1536-A Mango St.
Balboa. Phone 3727.
FOR SALE


CARLTO N. UO STORE
10,059 ASi--e.-Phone 25an Co2 m

PROPAU4& S. A*
h" Sti eem t Istudlante .
Phonm, rI 3-2788


R ESO
Foster's Costoge i ut
Santa Clara. Prto your
linens. Phone lbo
WILLIAMS' Santa eor~i t
tage. Large. cmforMMn,
near beach. Balboap I pt
weekends. .


FOR RENT:-Awa ItiWurlous 3-'aid-
room chalet with new complete I
furnishing and household equip-
ment in 50th Stlet, Panama City.
Rental $266..'por month. Re- I
Responsible party,'plmae call 3-45751
for appolntmg(t,t .


FOR RENT--In m idential sector, 2
bedroom edmlet, 2 bathrooms, IIv-
n-dinirajt kitchen, maid
room wIth bathroom, basement.
Semi-fumished $200 monthly. Un-
,furnish d~~S .Telephone 2-0891
from 7J .#,4%m. 4:00 p. m.
.and 3I1t96from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.


FOR RENT-Reaidence of three bed-
rooms, if interested, phone 2-2145
Panama. '


F RENT

ATTINTION I. Just built modern
apartments, one. two bedrooms,
hot and cold water. Telephone
Panama 3-4941. I


attoching photo, T. Box) Boat. 3, Motor MM
Panama.4, BOt is & tors
WANTED --aleledy with exper- FOR ALE-S"r tafiei 34- foot cruises
ence, high salary. Send picture. 104 H.P. Continental marine en- Office 8061, 1th Street, Colon.
Write short: 1. J. Box 1878, Pan- gine complete with all necessary Telphone 1386.
ama. equipment, excellent condition
throughout will consider reason- FOR RENT:-For a period of three
Saleslady with excellent references able offer. Abernathy 4 to 9 p. months starting Sept. 1st., fully
wanted for reputable establishment. m. 3-0264. furnished two bed room apartment
Must speak English and Spanish in El Congrejo. near the Hotel "El
fluently. Write Box 323 Panama, FOR SALE:-12 foot sailboat. PB50 Panaoma" for further irfomation
R. de P. forclass. Excellent condition. Call pleqr call Geme.bJ7,aaduro,
R. d p. forterview. Edith at Balbao a 367 Thursday. Pa a 2-1046, rin ffice
WANTED Friday or Saturday. 2 o046, $ In ce

1isoRproineFO1S*F T:---2 om aport t,
Mi~ncianeous M e "fle cio kitchen 50 ,
Embassy Secretary desires furnmihed I er.'.. fPli|S ue Tunn 3-
chalet Tel., -0388., Panama;. 1f In 4 use 3. ,: Telephy 3-
1111 Hu olds R 0rd FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment
U. i A iran Si nol sRecord with refrigerator, water heater.
laundry installation, hot water
EDWA R DS AFB MurOC everywhere, double services, gar-
3,4WV Calif., Sept. 3 (UP) -- A Marine og,1 terrace in front of British
pilot who rocketed his plane Legotion, balcony, in the rear.
m Pon-4 Ad to the speed of 1,143 miles an both overlooking the sea. Will:
inT Sle l hour was credited today with rent to responsible adults only and
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3 (UP making the fastest flight in fot, no less than a year. Avenido
-The United States today au- military history. eu dAr, 30.
theorized $23,400,000 to continue Lt. Col Mprion E. Carl alsq Fa RENT:--Moder- apartment in
Point Four aid to Iran while it set a new world altitude rec- choic resrideal r me. Two bedn
considers emergency economic ord only a week ago when he ron private amg, hot watet,
assistance for the Impoi erished soared 83,235 feet in Doug- rtld, cool. Fr further details,
country. lass Skyrocket. cill omama 3-0439.f
The Foreign Operations Ad- The tall Marine ace's flight
ministration said the Point Four yesterday missed by only 95 FOR RNNTJ-2 bedroom apartment,
money is being allocated under miles gn hour breaking the "hot ,r. No. 81, Cuba Avenue,
an agreement reached with world speed record of 1,238 mph B11ell Viea. Enquire, 2 to 5 p. am.
Iran's new premier Gen. Fazlol- set by a civillim test pilot, Bill FO*-V'Tq-. imished apartments
lah Zahedl. Bridgeman. in the same plane for e 4. tiWo couples. Splendid
Zahgdi replaced the tempera- laA year. 100on Wl. I 43rd St.
mental Mohammed Mossadegh The World War II ace made FOR -Furised
in the recent bloody coup that his speed run over the Air to one or two couples. No. 27
swept the followers of the Shah Force's secret testing grounds 48tShStree. Tel. 3-3806.
tu power. The new government's at this Molave desert Air Force T- l. e.-t6
first plea was for economic help Base. FOR RENT.-Furnished apartme
from any source to shore up the Hsa slim needle-nuse plane 2 bedrooms. Perejil, Second Stre
country's tottering finances. was dropped from the belly of Ne. 11. Toe!or-e 3-2694.
In its announcement, the FOA a, Suprflort at an altitude of FOR RENT: nfunrm .hid u
said representatives 'of the two 32,000 fee, and then took off modern &W ub a cpsrte
countries are currently discus- Iunoer its '*wn rocket power. garaoe. 14 V S lPortmt,
sing possible special U.S. aid to| Both Carl's altitude record rlo Poi.
meet the emergency. and yesterday's speed test were mL
Meanwhile. It said. the $23.- made during advance research FOr RENT
400,000 had been aut',rlged to; Ilights conducted by the Na- V
finance the Point Four program tlonal Advisory Committee for '
during the current fiscal yearlAeronadtics ,
ending next July 30. The money Carl set ,he new altitude ree- FOR RENT:.Co.ol. furnished rom1
is used to provide technical as- ord Aug. 21, shattering Bridge- with board or only breakfast ,io
sistance to improve health con- man's previous record of 79494 gentleman Justo A
editions. education. and economic fe. .INo. 57. tcorne 34th S A
development in the oil-rich na- The Marine colonel said he FOR RENT -Zef U h-. "-
tion. i.would return to his station at FOR RENT:-om eal y fuaie l 37I
The American-Iranian agree- Quantico, Va., to go back roomlels avai Cll 3.7
ment on Point Four aid was out- school," stopping off en route or 2-693 office hours.
lined in an exchange of letters at the NAtional air races in FOR RENT: ..- Fumished room to
between U.S. ambassador Loy Ohio. single p $40. Telohimn 3 .
Henderson and Zahedl. The as- -- 3103. Pare for mo* r e i ,
distance involves 32 programs FO i. Fg nT-l t i'
and 71 project developed during CIO BOC S Fight FOR RENT: isal ro'sh rivte
the last two years by the two entrance a. throom. No. ,
governments. Against US'School Estudinte Street Apt. A.
Zahedl promised that his gov- FOR RENT:-Fumished room with
ment would edign te. Racial Seqregation kitchen pivil d washing m
If ..lf.llment of progrirc.hino degned g chine. 43d St. No. 43, alril
to advance the welfare of the WASHNTON. Sept. 3 (UP) mn C.
people of Iran." -The Cr. said today it has --
_________________ chip In *2,SOO to help finance |
Debonair Club agal1 b ,pedin F SALE

To Hold Halloween 3 a-treaseT a o. wit
.. 9 p. C ey presented the money to FOR SALE-Prolpertles with 2M66
Dance October 3 y Li olatos for th mlswhh frehoe&* hse6
Te Bodal Club ta th cam- r st '
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in the lonx the shore M t of the
i*d he lke Is roped off fr.AwImmng
st o ui- and the rest t used training
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me not The assault bot 1 a- pontoon-
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aid. and ap per@Qn-
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S(om-. trainees, lnclud the operat-
be nft. orsof the boat. -
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wring It a- more were. uadla.to sw,, a, since
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theWUmi specific forodrm to in. the club.
!ftiw1w T*Me .e safety of a bbM during
Oh g storms, state electrical Victor Boa and his '"onora"
boat. the main swltt in the to play for the dance, which
It is be- s will help, provided the will require guests to wear seml-
e w-artAb ts pr opery grounded. foEmst MSure.


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Kau Jmt resolved deen whlmb eem-mrlem steL
t~h Street and m oart Av No. 1Uis.
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Americans.e certain to
earn amo eon"q ds year than

It said nOtlicI Uome was at
Last year's income of ,7009,-
o000,000 men .eO4d.
Parm y on tidoa pped rastl-
alUy.Fa ara ser edno at.
SanM rate of 0 0MO
ON 10 ge cent betv com-
parable period t 11M2.
The Aricultura Deirtiaent
reported Lt Friday that farm
prices declined four-tenths of
one per cent 4n the month ended1
Aug. 15. It was the fifth month
this year a decline was reported.:
The Commerce Department
report covered personal income'
from wages, salaries, dividends,
interest payments, Income from
partnerships and proprietorships
including farms, rent received bf
landlords and other types of In-
dividual Incomes.
Reserved Tables
For Club Altamira
Dance Going Fast
Table reservations for the Al-
tamira club's first anniversary
dance were said to be coming
in fast today, with the deadline
only four days away.
Tbhr dance will be held at the
Pacific Clubhouse next week
Saturday+ nlght. but no reserva-
tions will be taken after next
Monday. Reservations are being
r veceive b tala hn at. Pn


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Reynolds Looks



Big Chief' In Top Form i ig

Ani 'World Series' Test


. .EW YORK. Sept. 3 (UP) Almost any pitch- NATIONAL LEAGUE
" frI look,, good when he has a chance to pitch against TEAMS W L
the Browns, hut there was no doubt today that Al- rookln 1 41
Milwaukee 81 51.
. Uc Reyvnolds meant business when he set them down Philadelphia 73 60
S -1 ;n a four-hit World Series test run for the Yan- .o Lor^ k1 8
.'-Cecs. Cincinnati 58 71
0 Chicago 50 32
'The White Sox stayed 91' the seventh inning to win 10-7 Pittsburgh 4R 95
S ,marnes behind the Yankees by as Jablonski hit a three-run:
.defeat'in the Senators 7-3.' omer and Steve Bilko got one
-ocpdindln, out 16 hits Nellie Fox with the bases empty. I TODAY'S GAMES
led the va with three I Preston Ward drove in six St. Louis at Philadelphia
-Wallv West.lake hit two horn- runs with a grand slam homer Milwaukee at Brooklyn
..ers to pace the Indians to a 6-3 and a double as the Pirates de- Cincinnati at New York
-ylctor' over the Athletics as Art: created the Cubs 8-1 on the No other games scheduled
E4outteman gained his seventh steadyv seven-hit pitching of Bob
victory in a relief role Friend. I
I, YESTERDAY'S RESULT


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Mel Parnell won his 18th The Giants defeated Cincin- Cincinnati 000 010 002-3 8 1 jawthat buckle
game with relief help from El- nati 4-3. cashing in a bases New York 301 000 00x-4 5 0 knees. The pre
lis Kinder, topping the Tigers. loaded double by Daryl Spencer Podblelan (5-151. Wehmeler, Colon Arena.
5-2. as Boston put over two and a home run by Dusty Rhodes Smith a'rd Seminick. Gomez (13- Thompson with
Obtuns in the seventh inning on to provide Ruben Gomez with 71 and Westrum.
sueressive singles by pinch- I all the margin he needed for his
Hitter Billv Goodman. Jim 113th victory He gave up eight
Piersall and Ted Williams. hits while the Giants collected Night Game 1 PFir
only five IMilwaukee 020 320 200-9 14 S1ILi s I
iilwaukee outlasted Brooklyn! -oOo- Brooklyn 034 000 100-8 15 0
9-4 in a steam-heated slie fest Spahn, Johnson. Buhl i11-7 For
which .-is interrupted by a YESTERDAY'S STAR 'and Crandall. Wade. Meyer, For C
thutindrhower that only made: Preston Ward. who drove Hughes, Black, Labine (8-4) and
things notter The Cardinals in six runs with a grand Campanella.
sirtacKed down Robin Roberts of' slam homer and a double as .
the Phillihe in quest of his 22nd the Pirates defeated the C olo
victory. rallying for six runs in Cubs 8-1.' Night Game be ho to the
St, Louis 200 00Q 611-10 IS 3 er of. the 11
Phula. 090 200-101- 7 1 D ArI A d Forces
Mi~ell (5-5), White, Brazle and ths Saturday
Rice. Roberts (21-12), Konstanty, card has been,.
.Pan am a Cana/ Pr e Drews, Ridzik and Lopata. th year's feat
bout is schedab
IT'S SHOWTIME TONIGHT! Night m Game 7:30 p.m.
Chicago 0101000 000-1 7 1 The first
Pittsburgh 53-O0 O0r-8 13 0 Class IV
B A L B O A Fr'edrc MARCH Terry MOORE Si n 0.),.Chtrc. Leon- V matches
SAl 0 u Alllnr "MAM ONk A TI/'uTROnDC u SimpstMB 10l),Church. Leon-V mat. ch
4ir-Condiinned "MAN ON A TIGHTROPE" ard and caragIla aFriend (5-10) their road
I-1- & ri s Friday '*LOST TN ALASKA" and. twll the champ
.-..-.--. this Deceni


DIABLO HTS. Robet TAYLOR Arlene DAHL
6:5 & 7 55 "AMBUSH" Rpneat!
* Friday *VOODOO TIGER"
EDRO MiGUEL "Bonar COLLEANO 0 Arthur FRANZ
:00 "EIGHT IRON MEN"
Friday "DANGEROUS WHEN WET"
G A M B O A Edmond O'BRIN Frank LOVEJOY
GAM A "THE HITH HIKER"
Friday "BECAUSE YOV9PE RUNE"
G A T U N Montgomery CbT *. Anne BAXTER
,^:00 "i CONFESS"
Friday "PONY EXPRESS"
MARGARITA William POWELL 0 Ella RAINES
s:G15 a R: '"The Senator Was Indiscreet"
Friday "TROPIC ZONE"


CRISTOBAL
Alr-Condlloned
6:15 I 7:.5


BELLA VISTA
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Hipp, ,y. HOPI .


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DRIVE-IN
Shows: 7:00 9:15 p.m.
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ENCANTO
At 9 p.m. Wahoo!
Phyllls Calvert. In
'CRASH OF
SILENCE"
Jeff Chandler., in
"YANKEE
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JcAeph OTT Shley WINERS
"UNT "gD FRONTIER"
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ILUX


Shows:
2.40 3 50 -35
7:20 9.05 pm.


THE FIRST COMPLETE
PROGRAM in 3-jp!
TMI pnTy IpW OF
AINInCA IN3 DIM MSOlU


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In TECHNICOLOR!
with -
GEORGE MONTGOMERY
Also: -
The Three Stooges, in
SPO KS"
Two Reel Featurette in 3-D!
REGULAR ADM. PRICES!



CECILIA
SHOCKING PROGRAM'
'Tra Mto-i Dar.ng Ad' enlrre of
Ihe Jungle Lord
"TARZAN .
AND THE
SHE-DEVIL.
with
Lex
Joyce MacKhNZIE
Pli, From WAALT DISNEYI
"SEAL ISLAND"
In TECHNICOLOR I


CAPITOLIO
BANK DAY:
Mickey Rooney. in
"SOUND OFF"
Cameron Mitchel
in -
"GOLD
SMUGGLER'


VICTORIA
Triple' Program!
"BOMBA IN
THE DIAMOND
ISLAND"
"DEAD VALLEY"
"CRAZY MAN"


MAkIS W tAEAGUE
"TEAMS W L ct
New York e I 43 .672
Chicago A, 7 53 .598
Cleveland 7 7 54 .591
Boston 11 1 .545
Wablinlgto 163 88 .493
Fdlldelphlb ,..,-. 5 !l ,1
Detroit
S.Latol 4a 5


TODAT'S GAME0
Washington at Chicago (N)
New York at St. Louis
Boston at Detroit
Philadelphia at Cleveland.

YEST ',S SULTS
WashingtjA 0. 010-3 1i I
Chicago :-409 Pa l ; I 7 16 .2
Shea (1l-6). Sitna. i-e, -Mas-
terson and Fitz Gerald, Orasso.
Keegan (4-4), Dorish and Wil-
son.
Boston 000 200 210-5 8 1
Detroit 001 001 000-2 10 0
Parnell (18-8). Kinder and
White. Hoeft 18-13), Scarbor-
ough and Bucha.
Night Game
New York 000 300 051-9 12 3
St. Louis 000 010 000-1 4 2
Reynolds (11-6) and Berra.
Brecheen, PUlette (5-11), Stuart,
Kretlow and Courtney.
Night Game
Phila. 300 000 000-3 7 1
Cleveland 040 101 O0 -6 7 1
Byrd (10-171. Fan oh and
Murray. Lemon, Houtlnan (1.
121 and Hegan.


Harness Racing

Trainer-Driver

Accused Of Doping


By U.J.)
Another doping case has pop-
ped up, this time in harness rac-
ing.
The Michigan State Racing
Commission has ordered a well-
known trainer-driver from Cas-
tieton Farms to appear Friday
and answer charges he ordered
several horses doped.
I Wayne "Curly" Smart, the
driver-trainer under fire.. denies
; doping horses, or ordering ay
Sdoped. Carl Larseh., a former
Castleton Farms worker who was
fired after admitting doping ev-
eral horses, says Smart told him
to administer the dope. But the
Castleton trainer denies this.
."I never authorized Injection
of any medicine stronger than
Vitamin B-12," says Sma r t.
"*That's a harmless stimulant
you can buy in any drug store."
SLarsen says he doped two
Shorses-"Scotch Harbor" and
"Dutch Dandy--every time they
ran at the 0ce0t Hazel Park
meet. The horses, won eight of
10 starts.


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sh to Thb a a great guns t l h .
ed the local b Melvin BOure
vioud day, at the chance t ore '
Corky dropped The program be co
the samu e pnch. ed by a s-r tIn.


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.e.iir Evidence t Lane Knew How To Mend Chisox Hot-Temperyd
Sards' or elub and iwortant iu in Chicago. leBSrmh taught him a slider.
t oar ,rI Connie 3 J a- six-foot -oOo- (
f d V 'U 'ta ~rohe four-Inch N T M s yelled Lane and Richards are the A epj
S hd 1Mor- hir Charle T tl Amer- major leaves, newest 01-' Clo'se a-
nield 1, -aTla, lean .Associa at the end of men.. not. afraid to take a Clastk
as otaln en- July to quickly demonstrate dhie with a veteran who Sez pteberO GmeWWn
t r a ange that the Box had made another might be able to plug a hole for J aeps el sk f l
Sfor Chuc excellent hole. He shut out epeU. Bearded a"led his
a eky %the eg ators, yielded only rn When 1ill Veeck needed mon- _ _ _ee ae_..
fi ton.hclobbo u rtelling the Ked Box. ey, June 13, the Sox gave the A 100-dgre ton t
Son andyl I bards. the old catcher, has Browns $75 000 and Lou Kretlow 0h oesr
fpr. 'S ht d remarkable success with and Darrel Johnson. a young lverton hasto ed p asto
came to lit- pitches who did not amount to catcher, for tbe S4-"ear-old nlrland lihtwo ti B
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TOKYO Sept 3 'UPP Maj. The Allies have been silent a-
Gen. William F' Dean captured bout Red charges that they have
commander oi the United States *,'forcibly detained" about 1,000
24th Infantry Division. Is only Communist prisoners Includ-
six miles from freedom, the ing 14 leaders of the bloody Koje
Communists announced official-lsland riots who have been Leta h epO t Country
He is beine held at the Corn- and Pyongyang broadcasts. IN .
munist headquarters in Kae-f Returning Allied prisoners .wENTI-EIGHTH r AB. PAPA.MA,. AY, SEPTElMBER
song, six miles from Panmunjom have reported recently that the
repatriation center in Korea. Reds are holding 60 "'heroes" of
It Is expected that Dean will the anti-Communist resistance .
be free by Sunday. to receive a'in the hell camps of Red Korea'
hero's welcome But there are as hostages for the return of the S,'
Indications he may be freed infamous 14." J3
sooner. i nm 1," '' n
The Chinese Communist Pelp-|
ing radio cleared up the mystery'LieutenantR urns
It broadcast toda):i/,
"A dispatch from Kaesong says Learn He Won 7y n W
that Maj. Gen. William Dean.
highest ranking American pr is- rnydneA l Medl
oner of war officer. is now in Conll1 sioI all Medal
Kaesong. and is due for repatrla- M BONN, Germany, Sept. 3 (UP) tion late last night fr0*l Agde- shipped straight b
tiKeson and Th e report statethat ,-A mob of 1,000 East German burg and additionalL t ft Were As a.result, the
tion. The report states that MUNSAN. Korea. Sept. 3 (UP, Communists battled West OGer- expected today. ernment orde d a
Dean is very healthy." A slight, blond American of- ',tan police at Helmstedt today Arrested Comm unyeuths' halted and yeao
American repatriates and ren-ficer was presented the Medal during maAs arrests of Reds try- told West Oernia n the held until after i
egade Australian Wilfrid Bur- of Honor when released from al ng to invade East e,. n_ to young tough etor0t- West Germa s
chett. ho is a correspondent on Communist war prisoner camp disrupt Sunday' eltons ed up into suad
the Communist side. have re- today and said: 'It should go to Between 1500 anTd 2000 a vet with orders a way alerqut" ba ,
ported that Dean was in Kae- the men in my platoon." one Communist shock troops acrowi the f ry. actledrpj as
song but Peiping made it official. Lt. James L. Stone, of Hot were arrested last night trying They quta ame I- They twrdpt
The general is being held In Springs, Ark., first learned of to invade West Oermany,'West ther a "
specal quarters befitting his the award when he reached e r m a n government officials yem g Co il id
rank. However. it adds up to vir- here. It had been kept secret for announced today. freon West Tb. aT ot'hIs
tual solitary confinement. fear of Red reprisals against They brought' to more than ...*.'
Dean was captured in the him. 8000 the total of East German
darkest days of the war in1950. When Brig. Gen. Ralph M. toughs caught trying to enter
At Taejon in a heroic last stand. Osborne tld him the news est Germany to wreck the
Dean waslast seeommunist tanks with b Stone stiffened and leaned for. West German general elections.
a little group of his men. He ward. the muscles of his face
s be awrdu to e on e.s working to hold back th-e tears. Hewevr. a high proportion
has been awarded the Congo r for e e bowed his head for a mo- of these picked up in the iat-
onal Medal of Honor for extra- ment, then looked up and grin- t Ivl '"Fmave wev a "re -
or heroism. ned weakly. It was a moment "- e Commnist
Of the 300 Communist-held before he could speak arrested eseIer this week, ex-
prisoners passing through Free-i plled to East. Germany and
i dom Gate today as the first I"I don't think the honor 1shi0pp straight back again by
month of operation big switch should go to me." Stone said Mas.t e o g qs to esamts new
S ended. 89 were Americans. in-jwhen he found his voice. "It td o ,
clnding 41 from the 2nd IIndian should t the menin m -y p- At Helmstedt border crossing
Head Infantry DivisionnI T edAth wor order crossing
The CommunLsts said they .There d allthe work. point axone .o.wmthan 00 were
would r-eturn 300more -risoners -I'mthe p t arrested In ttepast 24 hours.
t morrow. Nine-ive Ameri- world to have associated with their second "Inva slon" attempt.
cans were scheduled for repa-.the men on that hll that night." They had rettned to
triation along with five Britons "That night" was Nov. 23, burg and 13leo after being e, -
and 200 South Koreans. 1951. whente Reds threw wavepened earlier this week, were
According to Communist flig- after wave of men agalut a ven 24 I hrood d b
ures. only about 700 Allied pris- position held by Stone and-4 given 24 h0' rs rest and food b
all nationalities remain ,otherme4fthe thRaab none Comnmunist .i-
oners of all nationalis remain other men of the 8th Cavalry ties, then shipped strat ht bek
in their hands after today's ex- Regiment's Company F. to the border
change. The number of Red; The lieutenant knows of only They car no additional
prisoners held by the Allies also five who survived, and most of f n oy carried no additional
dwindling toward the zero.them-including himself -we cards but were under orders ac-
poin cording to Weate= polee to try
*to cross the border at al eoasta
and disruPt-the elections.
Governmant-Offlclals here aidd
the latest waye& mercheb up to
the border in columns a ir
"Red are the colors of theDDR :g -, II"
(Soviet zone republic) and oth- :~ 'f.' ...
er Communist songs.
At Helmstedt six cQmpanles of
frontier defense. force troops and of aa
Lower Saxony s t a t e troopers
Were dug in, checking all Incom-
ing intersonal trains and road '
r traffic and watching the heavi-
1. ly wooded border afea.
Reports late last night said
about 5000 young Commnunn Stosne ovkeps
J were waiting just aoeas the ,iE
border at Marlepborn. Abent
S.ne-quarter weread FAto be
Ag special train carrying 1000 Fo .$Bi' A.-:i- ." "
young Communists was reported -
to have reached Marienborn sta- o
Blom lel t fo"u
G Eerp m I today a n to estahb
Ret ired Zonian tol fm fbS;.Tplckd
fre 4e0food package iA
Dies In Morocc ei s nsaid -

1 *LNews of the death of William thPwt to-owMU A PlA w Um..
Pret tier than ever...with cK Ramsey. formerly e enmploy- t te
ed a1 Lockmaster at the Pacific $ p'r- e torwns ,O rm'Of
"has bee. receeve Karld aefn.-ConA.
friends in the Canal Zone. He p Indg thoe t d m to_ Ca fo .a&
was 53 years old. tendedftu
Mr. Ramsey was born in Win- reports thaur the (oina uzUrt .
field, Kansas. He was first em have ordered the dta told
PSODENT exclusive OPAL DETERGEN* played by the Canal In May 1934 workers ,t O ,f the'
makes ,our smile prettier than ever because as towing locomotive operator at food pa
it cleans teeth cleanest of any leading tooth' Pedro Miguel Locks. He was The two e wrl
PtIkebafe continuously employed In the after tt ili e -
paste. It keeps breath fresh... gives you clean Locks Division until his resigna- work wLth liwho'
month taste for hours Try it today tion from the service at the end ist to5," Ne es pe 'se3
of May 1951. aid.
other. mClmts WAmyto
IAfter leaving the Canal service ports toli" thb ilh l aa
he was employed by the Atlas workers ,i dio "l e Jun 1'
Construtctors on a construction revolt. Q
project at Casablanca. He had The r. newasp
recently returned to Morocco "De Mo reported ai
from a visit to the United States Berlin who worked
S1 when he was stricken Ill with the West a ty 1ove
Soral De r t i a doble. i pneumonia, was aenteld to three
mien et in Imprisonmet a a
a com,,bme s*=ad Mi'II.M. He la survived by a young son court or 5,e"dIlg"iae '
.* I and daughter, a brother and a panda teletious rep- .es
sister, all of whom are living n e pinewsppt
__ _Winfield. Mid the list, Bruno Voights
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