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ga A^nSiSSd from the .a* *oa fommisay
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at-254 more 'Yb ,Tlhh. was later d
to to hoe. In
as theTbther ina
h eyd. where a rw h1e
A9. Balbd po.
dj ign-me who and caWed the police.
3f&.20 8 to, M isms'^!!!
At Adenue 's
WASHINGTON, Sept.- (UP) Offirl
'bailed te Mlandslide victM f-f Wet Grma
Konrad Ado ues pro-American coulitio a3 a C y
ing blw to Soviet prestige in. Europe.
American jubilation mounted as the Adenmer vietag
6asmume massive proportion. Officials said the deci'r.i
t o tt elections would be a shot in the arm fr
a eibi buronpem army.
n i EM his Christian Democrat party camw
out .f .5 bg the future ff- free Gemano wilI|
the Unted Stfs and Its allies. The victory guagnrtagn
Grma*n aticipation in Western dfensq plami
Europe. W.- --
The Socialist oppoition had cmpaiined for
mana meurlity in the Ea-Wlst struggle and l
Adeomers rearmament plans.
The thee parties of the wT-IuaiflaHna .mu --
t -eJ^E7A .
, He downed 1
mB afda odit a
in Wartd i' ]
.. .it..nar ..yu
ne pr camps.
Uo ehot explain
able n.ersa Al-
b n on w of th M
few top te Alled of-
b the ei number of
1 0the 'r informants
r i aveorff
u eaned to hait
Wdb n have been
hr you and to ha
'thee men have pot
bi the end of ta
autmet eChaz .e
ft at explanati
refused to corn-
m e were
lately they t-
was culled frm
as Reds are
loom tOday as
seurs take to
the Lase Dad
a v at
aat nd 4
t the "
-0 l t e
tcdda UniSo won 248 sbats
wb t onallUon partners. the
Free Democrats, won 48 and the
Oerman Party, third member of
.. ept. (UP) the four-yer-old coalition won
wee expected to 1i
Smillions of fun- The Soclalwt opposition won
o the highways for but 150 se~at
most hectic day of Th Se a e A icla to n,
r kmed. prPqly pe les a pollti-
tiS seemed to be callyBurthan a special pres-
Uly toward a pre- w" 2 7s ats, while
)f 40. deaitnl an Cat oUo Center par-
tart that had led he C 01chpoly Center par-on
Sto hope that-as ty. hh probably will join
ea might be say- Adeftor's coalition during the
ws slalug eroht eeld, won tour.
BecaunM both the Christian
m sRBey sIhowed D)emmaats ad the German Par-
SQ person had ty fl more ae .q thus they
the tatrt of the W919at GU d to lder
i day, 231 ofr tVie WqitlOnal repr ectstion
E lr lives In this peltiona the si'e of the
j dIed in plane aqjd4asf lfattmtlfh-0 1n-
1 f. micellaneous creP .. D 41M:to 48,7.
'tcal" CtiuMe. The ne-
1.o*S.a Chlcnto10i'Moi q'.tiP %_ $Slhpty, the
o.t-, and policeO tlib 11 All Gerty, thep
art least 14 Prty and MaW tgirmr-naw ert-
.'FI oea. Rescue a ait aj sH m nj elt
inrehin for three arn f aWk. a ill *e to
P4d dead. wtI e* 4 t. ta U nw
Adeaer's three-party ntol-
wtwon a hndm
r os mstctt. a t i.and. he de-
lS cp. b( P C b6 t ~ie both tie Center
fl Sept. 7 (UP> u, apd the Refue Aswocia-
iteobower yester- tin sto hie e smnaMe wi he
wo at r ke ris for Woo ris ne
F workers w 4 BLve the two-th~ i ma-
world, o iortb eesslar to aImeU the
F pride and the constitton and end the court
tane can be n ubMout whether rearmament
'i Day statement osevff. Aduer oay be
CwYS and released nnt to pay the Refugee As-
aied" American ielau the price they willl M
te freedom, its or operation
behless prodNctve It was a seepinr victory for
d lesson it re- the AdMauer coalition which
en to read, for all on but 46.9 er cent of the to-
tal popular vote i the Ml glec--
ar said this coun- tams compared with 58 per cent
i"glve lie to the ths yetr.
r promises of to- oat -of the credit went to
SA4enM her's own Christian Demo-
the false Ininua- ertM who increased their share
baomic well-beidg of the W-Mlar vote from 11 alr
ued only at the. lrn t I 4 to t4.2 per eentyes-
0l freedom," he StI... .. _
the final answer
S prate Tredom
Wle slavery, who ex-
Sant aggression in
I of concern for the
Whose lives they
dmnzt said Am rican
s strong i ONir
; an ns The are
El the ton iteoa of
ruet lb-t lr. of
p ,n, U was mE tarE
perMal victory for the
lid lhamedellr who
9stre b apelatrain
seantid two gtint
mSB- em aml a
msew o0 reotes
ems wovetakes his
i Ud lost bight gapoile-
shat. r awakened at hits
rlpur 6:30 ths imorning.
Sthen earned f the
we last nlwht," hei a
r maeworrted abot a
eFemannn., who three B
in test a- aI
irmaest l and d
tow- UFl r not'I
can MtIl urvie." -
More tn 100n000 p'=los
equipped with armoredwam d
powerful w cannon
t country7 yesterday to
ad youths mobi to rto ,
the 70,000 ollnatalon~
Up to poll closing t
violent incident was re
mar what otherwise wa
n day of complete ca .
At Celle, in Lower Bzofr.
supporters of Adenauer were
tacked by Communlsts yhs
pastinl un last minute esteai
posters. Several ChristanDeaS
rat supporters were Inlured
riously. oce broke up teI.s4?
le an arrested five Commla p.
AnthSlprted, Red prweli .d
disturbwae did et mrteria
ieo. The Cemmmalnts had bae
reporhA to have mimese bthoe.
sanad almIs the lm Mrwtaa
frentlcr., ret to rush e er .
the border to di t r
It was a day of brilBant B
dlan sumar ame B t end oli
cia estimate mra" md :;
per csnt ofi te Xn.00o s' eh
voters had cwat their b
some areas the turaiUt W4it,
to 90 oer cent. '
The voting In the last
can pretidental elctionrU t
6 per cent
BBR nae d pt. i'<.-CBi
munlst offdicalh to h t ron
ay were reported today to u i -
surrounded themselvhu witf
special boWdfuard uIt t ofE
"people's veis" faor
against the rertleU po a.
The anti Coommafa
nation Burau Wr i Wa.
raging In she tre-f
men has been
the top levlW
Only the aiii i
had been itir StM
by the s8etmltryB i tt '
before the est OBu
against te Reb. .
Other nporg ata a
=0wL818 o af
the Vene I
result d t
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TMU PAINAMA AIMRiNW l-D.. aiNpmDNNT DARLT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN A
ane ue myuts ev eHM qUet IIIGMLN sIoss I, Labor Neiwe
MArMOSIG AltSS annon
N67H 1 CUwSU T oNA PA *4 UPAN AM oR OPIk
WLm.r141lN PANAmA YNO 6.0740 1g LINES IAnd
CABLE ADOR PANATIMICAN. PANAMA-.
FO.LoN OPPICE 2 17 CINTRAL AVENUE BETWEEN 12TrN A IS4 ID3r'rr 1U1IF
FORligh IREPRESENTATIVES JOS*UA I POWERS INC
4P UI Man .o'Mk A. V gNr.. 5VR 117 IN V5
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een : ii. ,.. O graCluil. oGnu aie handired in a wholly cent. ,.. .. u......., ,, ,,c. atiu-
durti m1Wnner. & .CA.- L.A: JA. A As, LAL .
i. ,I u c tribute a letter don't be impallent .t t doesn't appear the ,.U*, .A .. A ~ ~AS aS ,.,Ad. aj. ja.
1s1 Lelersn ore published m the ordcr received. ,..k: m.u. 't nA -.. OLm ,U at .'
lI.acu 'r Ito keep the letters hmitld to one page length. i-i- -a -wueus ,Aty
Idcnhty at letter writers as held in strictest confidence. ,auu I---r, .. LuAulS ale LOUUA .u
Ik.L newspaper as:umeas me responsibility' tor otatemntl as opinions ,a LI, L ,J %. i.Alr a dua ..lA .
I,-.s..i an arflltrsreem rIeoslr id L.,te ilA kII Ml lUUi UluA bai.aIL,
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T O,...ar" a.oejss are esuonnate o vy
THIlE PILOT.S; IIN AGAIN.!:'. .on.o at, hree odUlon q09uaa. b.:
z.ejy opieraLe mines, notes .
The Mail.Box 'Iulq&6 cluu, t yacdt or".wu, and
Panama AdteVlican at. l oA.e nWas 511,OQI,Utu in-
Dear yelloww Zonlans: vested '1 n Wall IslEet"' knd
ord r peplonce considered buMr#u a seat
It seems that while most of us poor ordinary people (audi- on iJe sto.i emhanged
tors not included, here in the Canal Zone have to depend on .Unlke labor abroad, Amer-
serice ttnum' for housing assignment; the Pilots have fb nd a Ica's unjoka are nt ita r ..
%ty to gqt around that system. 'unions. Taey have no nupt .on..
', he r4mor direct from the waterfront reporter, has it that wide .party t.e mt4
when- the new Corozal houses are finished, all the Pilots now mpreldeir L in
statioWed In the toin of OkLmboa are going to have first crac e an i. And .
at living tn them. This Is in effect removing all service reqUire- 9 po t all
rents from that select group of chosen people, some of whom 16 o At th
have as little as five months service. ...
I don't know how the Pilots wangled it, but the power be- Weebork l'rn l ek
hind this move extends all the way from the Assistant Port and moo*ent ti aLac-
Captain to the Marine Director and probably the Governor. -o f t ;t who i t t
you -e., Feliow Zonians. It's not the service you. need for new niam s a 1 dc-to-
houa. but who vou are and how much mqnev you make.. da ,' ,
e? I'm moving to Corozal too. The little man with' thle -ThuI; the s,
Swhite- coat.Is knocking at the door now!I th! r y
tanlc u: q tLdther
Assistant to the Assistant's Assista.t- that "Ij i i*'ew
(Just a little Indian am I) AFL ny,
'' 'and a: Sellow
I'"Th~re' no plan to give anp grop-priferential assignments. come ot- bUld
rt:te hew houses.now lAnde construction at Corosal." the b io%. ..ter-
__nood which controls everythingwI
Answer to Previous Puzzle that rolls on wheels over these D
As the dingle meot power- ..g .
ACROSS 51 Angers ful labor leaderr today,.and _
Paists 52 PAes therefore the'maa to examine
I Pakistan's 52 Poems P closely, this oalunlm pilck s ...
capital is in 53 Weight of A A ave c H n f 1,17,- ROMU-.Irom re Ug..1 1r0 o Qp
tI e province 901 gives him that poser. i have een askin wit abWii
SThs capital n being A he Teams.ters Brotherhood Where did .~m
has the largest D W N an make or break ,k any strike. they do hate us. rv._t a- ihat r W.ft.
haPorth rn I Lone o I t can paralyze any industrial p y swho .glofq. ara 1 ind do sot a IR
-poria Lne L Orea. It can destroy an Industry sacify u'...1!4011111M W
Asia 2 Supine .rr make it tth smoothest, the blIduS. Ww 'ha 'be.. Yb" eu
5 Pakistan has 3 Closer -oh sIRce n t h HriOes ig a g gy@ pi 11)A 1)0aD
an o0 4 Doctors (ab.) 23 Seizers 38 Go by aircraft most efficient business in a guilty of Wel *a' h ,
33nf.000 square On the 25 Winner 40 Genus of community. g, subsi dt s dy plea thd ji
sheltered.side 27 Crafts freshwater In the Teamsters' collective La n iomfi I 'O -
'121 :,vy blow Greek letter 28S uth ducks hands Is tbe hela]th of a city We t l.Ied ; 'warts X00 W 'Ile
13( .pdblm e 7Horse color Ameran 41 Perce w ith its sanitation, its food supply. frlendahlp, nld- gl,.rWt ,-p ;iI iw f.oI l -"4hi,
Horse colot Ame.ican.41_PiercewhX'110V t ji10l O W "- mt I "ti ,,
S14ea 8 Entire r w sorrels horns manwho heads this twily da most al when o
S do 9 School k Aremeasure42 Pitcher er certainly has pow- are subwet to Pu '- l
san wr a .,... *,9Anaa,-,-l- ldo WSchool .k ... .._ -- __ Lle .
CENTRAL WEEK-END RELEASE...!
Shows: 1:15 3:01 5:00 6:59 9:90 p.m.
Jean SIMMONS Victor MATURE .-Montea LEWIS, in
"AFFAIR WITH A STRANGER"
"Jws a r ly kiss?
to start all.
JeOW PAIN sad AJARLE DAnL.
Al.: MAN..MArTI a"a O t1 '' m. i
-- .* --*- T oe 1t7Or^t1 ":-:
"ii shdi en iith taet for man and fo re*iLgdaeMto
every shakedown artist, every deal of rspact, ,-ut.
muscleman-every modern called 10l1at1loi, -and Wh
highway. Let us e i s
How then is Dave Beck using o ee let
that power? Is he bucking the o
mobs? What does he think? d ,a
That's vltl to America and and dt.:UI
every family in it. art o n
One thing is certain--Beck is vith S on ti
cleaning ouL the trucking jungle. taker ha some ,
No long: will he tolerate A very sound mmn a Mr,
regional empires inside the who wa my grandpa, 1
Teamsters International. who gav& unllmited crpdl
soon would wind up with
He served notice on the giant no store and no friends. Oral
organization that it will ree- the curpt Burop M thing
onize contracts, mantala dis- vjnc d he would be old
cipline and respect Indutry's Mr. 8 and Mr. Bdarua
rights, when he tol two I am an expert oali
Tough New York Teamsters ance ofork, but I habve Cl
leaders to end their felS*eh Ireal for a lot L
had paralyzed l$60M,,0 or fiv nguages
worth ol construetlen and g can even a y "alsr
kept the city looking e a E -
front line, trench-fi eom- .-
p alty with its pIj expos-
ed for 55 year. .
No Teamsters In tiiatlonal
president had ever dared to go
into New York. Now notice is
served on all-from the behe-
moth town to the West Coast.
What does Beck say about
this sort o: discipline? Free woark the world ov
"Both labor and manage-. ngly proud that the East
melit have a job of internal June I, i o of the most ll
education. Labor must educate the postwar era grew out of
its members to the value oi tets .
supporting the industry In For Yr th te-bast O.ermag
which they make a living. The In the it o taLad a U
problems must be spelled out Ibefi enl4 D
and clear-tut answers given." xp a f
Industry should include some Vwow .
measuree of appreciation of the tshed. .
role of the worker in industry. POvet, l. On jlh-eR
"Both labor and manage- fth th atSOt a
ment hav. an external Job to Bt ad Io e
do In carrying their story to But 5ta.
the public In the weeks and titr S M ad I
months ahead, cooperation wilU a w 3
be the keynote for our success.
In working together, industry ho me.l.e
and labor will recognize the a
role of each." ththe h
Last IJuy he told his own of heir ejoa ls rIded
people that they will fight second dirjsS.a I
for higher wage, but "At the spread roit"
same time their employee are tIos
entitled to an hone dayest mda t
work o f wages id. Thi r
means that everyone in our1 .
organluatlen hA to produce.- o _i _._B
For the locall Teamsters lead- -
ersa. 1.; im ths Wwarning:
"We ha.e not time for the
official wh, forgets his respon-
sibilitles to the people he serves
and to his union. We are mak-
lng changes and will make
It these wor 4 of strong
man are Iheeded.then thoel ol
us who aiiAM' eIRu over con- '- --"
centrated newer can rest a lit- ;'I'
Stie easier. And Labor Days of Af ".' e
the future wl take on the
I dienity they dwerve. I
COOhXn MMw- (Pf) Tele-
c omp f.iial hure awe
e o dC a ain scuprity
mame. TwIee a has cause.
ed a seer.t-M t 106 farm
nr etutd w~otbst
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Sottopoifda of the
w of ow-Amerloa Af-:
m t mam that.e. USI
tld programs for Latin
eMa'-*Wll be diarcntnud or
PW, PDA gave reassur-
S the aid program for
mavw ba ng laeresed.
mpn8 tB Ial year 1954,
Imbatedl auaWuto dollars'
B -to dollars
mamna a In fiscal.
. aid dlill/on in,
Is more ..tV -total
Albrook servicemen aMd thpr
dependents are being treated to
a series of trayelog-type film
by the U"AP Iehool for Latin
Purnished to the iShool
through the courtesy of Fran-
clsco de la Guardis of Braniff
Airways, the movies are regular
10-minute color features nar-
rated by James A. Pitpatrick of
Travelog PFilms. The lsix cur-
rently begin: shown at Albrook
portray glimpse of Bolivia. Lake
Titicacp, ArgentinR, Brazil, E-
cuador and Havana.
The movies were originally
borrowed ov the School for use
't """Pare Gen. DeINO I
MDNTVELE, Cam, tuP) am= ,]*
Mr. eynd Mrs. Whlt am Z. t- To NowT 4 .
ZM = 11 w o29 .to retur TiCk er-T "
fnom a berry picking expedl-
tlon. The kids found their ,way nKW RTOr a .t .,'
aeft, to the faBtly car before Mayor Vin %c!
dari, but it wasn't until the extestanded aIn
ollowlag noon that the sheep- Gen. WUllam r F. s ta
lsh parents were found in some New York City for a her
woods where they bad been lost ditonal ticker tape piarade.
all light. d .
In a telegram sent to ues4
tary of Defense Charlesi I
In connection with its informa- son Impelliterl said:
tion program. Other Interested,
personnel. Including members of "It Is but a small way in *Vil
the offloers and NCO wivps we can demonstrate our gp"0
clubs, have seen the films .Itude for .en Dean'a 5"NAW
the Schoo' auditorium n te o e
evenings. A special showing in action and his muffetnr m
was held last night" in the more than three years aa paI
Airmen's Club. oner of war." 1
ptoeutors, exepS "tin rare and
's stat-sent received.
Stmube attti, bAt of-
.' sld*Itt ht lost" on
evaders and their attorneys.
W 5. lof "'9 e dense,"
a ch'e 4ro -hkiwef on
the mercy of the court. He Is
subject to the same sentence as
head pladm guiltyt" or bad
ben on~~~a. ut tbe e Is no
admWl1son of guilt and officials
sadudge in such. case have
a tWdev to ha*d out liht
;UtioU of the plea, they
s, ~ioiu4 mean heavier sen-
said N)deral prosecutonrs
amat ogre-. t a "no defense"
beib JkJudg*e wll aseept
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plot f %ne new administration's
prgaingj.uton plan to central-'
.ll foreign aid programs In
ppadll f tot the current fls-
cal yest total dollars 11823M.400
wleh includes 2.42.000 for the
Latin Americaa repubUcs.
Chian Ge0 Aute Plant
ROMD NGX (UPI The,
ciwnenmoe. far China's first
satLWbUe plant was laid Julyi
15 in i aotheaat China. accozs.
Inag to a ew China News Agency'
r rt 'pellsbibd re. The
aetsMite was not dioed. The!
easy itaMd the plant had been I
*M*&.dV Soviet experts anhd
epped with Soviat
Down the years It has become a tradition to select the engagement
diamond and wedding ring at CASA FAMTLICH. It's bocaue we
have only one quality in diamonds...the finest
F-m $37.95 to $14,500.00
pR.I DIAMOND CENTER
STORE 161 CENTRAL AVENUf, PANAMA
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) The agentress to go along with her to (
Laugh Parade Marilyn Mon- look at the scar es and was so
roe to fan magazine writer: pleased with the sale price she
"Yes. all I want to do is to purchased three of them.
settle down in a nice cozy little When the saleswoman told her
home and do housework." that the total would come to
*'What makes 3ou say that?" $16.76, Liz said she never carried
Marilyn: "The publicity de- cash.
apartment "A check will do," said the
t clerk. "
Hubby to movie queen: "Oh. I'm not allowed to write'
Happy birthday, darling. How checks," Liz explained patiently.
old aren't you today?" She then turned to the publicity, V *
girl and asked if she had that
Vanessa Brown tells the story much cash with her. The answer E 1
of the friendship between Chris- was yes. Liz borrowed the money .7
tian Dior and Father Baudoln, and returned it in full a few '
of the Benedictine Order. days later after she had seen her I U
For 30 years, the French de- business manager. i *
signer and the priest have been Several weeks later Liz asked''
friends. and for almost that long the same publicity p I to go with
Dior has been making his her while she picked out a new -
church vestments. Cadillac for her mother as a ,
Just before the world press Christmas present.
broke the story about skirt "Do you wish to Day cash or,
lengths hitting just below the by check, Miss Taylor?" asked
knee. according to Dior's new the salesman when Liz had se- -
fashion dictate, the designerilected the model and given him .
sent Father Baudoln this tele- Instructions on delivery .
gram: Liz turned to the publicity girl.
"Not you. Father, relax." "Darling, you always have cash
on you." she said. "Will you give "I want a book for the bedside table in theiLrstlb.rM*
Betty Grable. on this year's the man $5000 and I'll pay yIu i in ohartro nd o wall ip w t
Santa Anita racine season: back as soon as I can get the t's done ohartr nd one wall
"Those dear little horses made money from my business man- ros pattm"
$ 60.000 for me ager?" .
The literary crowd In Hollv-I
Paramount's technical whiz, wood is giggling about the blonde ( f A L T l
Lorin Ryder. on the shape of new star who phoned a Peverly PFlls we 11vi- r lo Ir .rav el M L I
movies to come- bookstore and asked the owner -
*'I believe .-D films are a nor- to read off a list of new books i|LL i I I
eltv that will not last. Wide- she might want to order. K d Iy
. screen films, with their flow of After suggestion "The High
realism and roundness. will be and the Mightv." "Desiree," and ir.:nA Il M. A irA
more permanent and more ac- "Battle Cry.' the bookmon sa d chae Ulne As fre
ceptable to moviegoers." "And how abort Ki e v's
'Sexual Behavior of the Human NUREMBURG, Sept. 7 (UP) NORTH SA"'Mpt. 7 (UP) -
ONLY ONCE WRITTEN Female?' iThe U.S. prqqestor said today Heavy ralmr.l .e a flrefightera
"I'll tell you what to do." said that U.S. Arny investigators in douse blazes in Nortern Onta-
When Producer Aaron Rosen- the blonde beauty. "If you think six countries worked six months ria forest tfoda and a ban on
berg was Dlanninr a film biogra- they'll ever mike a picture nf to break up'att alleged kickback bush travel was lifted for the
p hv of Glenn Miller at U-I. he it and there mieht be a part in organization which netted $11.- first time in more than two
was amazed to discover that it for me. send it along with the 000.monthly from sales in U.S. weeks.
very little had ever been written other books." Army stores.
In the way of magazine stories Prosecutor William D. Can- The *irfo~it the Lands and
about the famous bandsman and Parallel Careers field of Hamoden, Mass., said the Forests Department permitted
hMl wife. Helen. HINGHAM, Mass. IUP) Tio robe of contracts and accounts Labor Day w ee- d W1,Verg
Then he met with Helen Miller brothers head the Hingham andwas carried on in Switzerland,to move fre
and learned that Glenn had re- Braintree Rotary clubs respec-' olland. Belgium. Denmark as bury, North Baand Pe brte
: ,led to he Interviewed about his lively. Nathan L. Whitten is wels a in Germany. fire di st ia r
intvate life r from the riery begin- ixhitlludesft p
o-ivate life from the rery begin- president of the Hingham Ro- :cludest U
nin. of his fame and had bro- tary and his brother heads the' As a result one Army exchange The acon was an indication
ken his rule only once. Braintree Rotary. Both are treEs- system civilian employee has that weary ranger and volun-
That was when the late George urers of cooperative ban been arrested on e official has teers had brought the danger-
F"Ins, the oress agent. reminded their respective towns. resigned and the prosecutor has ous fire under control.
Olenn he had once done him a begun proceedings to extradite a Bush travel was prohibited to
wreat favor when Glenn was a Texas businessman who from keep down the number of Tie
Sstrugling arranger. Now vane 1938 to 1952 was a chief buyer for started by human carelessnms.
owed a certain ma-azlne editor the Army stores food system, and to protect travelers fro
Sa favor. Would Miller consider the rapidly spreading fires.
Sre)avinO the favor he owed Rv- h Under arrest Ls the present "We feel it nowae .a1
editor on his mat'laae? .J E Wilson. 31. of Harrisville. W. they did formerly, as l as
v gn wtote Chief o the Food Seotion. Chas.low peole trfo ov as na tseaa to~ar,.
clenn areeid. I Va., who comes up for trial Sept. they enxefise a due amqu o
ThSt's why the only article,1a St*lromSwam a of sour. nerve. 14. Accused of "contractural Ir- care,' a spokesman etplaned
... .. n mrwy,., Impure blo94,og e~llda in the purchase of ToroIto.
; bolt Glenn Miller and hi iA -fral. memory, and who rt ltles" inthe urchas of T
hus-band __oIj6 .iT-1 foaAtA as bin thlaed from t.
husband and wife appeared In --nr0v .an.. I n DoIrrenr hi aPsctpor, sitaion-was he best It a
the magazine. "True Cord*f. A dlovf make& a . Isitu .tion -wo the best itn
ens magazine. True Co bi 10 quly a~d ly Prosecutor Canfield said today been since woods travel was fl
tfoult quiy-a--- r.C.A t he* ** mirde 1 ukanrP. fu. n ho_1Ae&& yoe-
Fan: "Where do you supo S ie,
thoee movie writers get their = 36?0. 1 ui *
Hollvwoodite: Well. judeinh rla1 1 a4 uo SP t rm d abe
aim 'e buUld new vJg9ur and energy
from the m roves I've seen. I retitl bo armleas adnat.
should say they get them from re liun na
each other." Te ath a ax ngleascov-
tat II la now bela distributed yall1
NO DOCGH Ch mt here i. ether wor Vi.
When Elizabeth Taylor toiled "ab ake" "Oa (ee rUi fuI 1our
a ud energy and esa rouns-W
at Parmount In 'A Place In the ai WaI vI.Tre emt.
un" a lass from the studio pub- Get Vi-Tab
city department told her about W mia fr, rom your*"
a social buv on scarves. ...te Me. e md sad vasyll.,
Gorgeous Liz asked the press -
Sna mau^ -c barges o" nri ery buann, ne sIld the neavy over*1
and breach of trust" against nlgt rains' '"certainly hve
James A Harlow (2039 Waverly held us.' -
Ave. of San Antonio, Tex., and
will ask the U.S. high commis- Officals had not expected the
sooner in Bonn to have him ex- rat r to be mw help. Lightning
tradited. strikers wer causingnew blau
every time one was put out by'
At the preliminary hearing for the showers yesterday as the
Wilson. two witnesses testified two-week heat wave tapered'
under oath they had deposited of f.
$235,000 dollars with the credit
Suisse Bank in Zurich In Har- monthly to Harlop's account to
low's name. get the Armv Exchange systems'
U.S. businessman Robert J. mikand other dairy business
McLane of Manard. ass.. tes- for the Dutch firms which he
, tifiled he deposited about $8.000 represented.
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aned a. Ai ck nuaie pOsr me pO A mleI i nbtk, Mr's. ierber A-t e S T
T/he ll SS IJ run by cJL.tl&UU, a&n was 6anded oy DLm', Mr. Daniel cCarthy, Thye Deputy'J
b- OmUet r s Adoan u- over e a A0eo smoern. an M. n. eide, Mrs. Coln IBoonte Ms. Du
t ,ni .e o n. Robert Johnson. held at et a'o C nsn
M L trt .lVto more winner was &rmed at 7:00 Up. X. L Slocum, Mrs. Aloa day,- SitmnlMr i. 12, wit
t afpma *n m> Mlre AIlur AADtiru H lanmer, Mrs. Gilbert Morland,, pEf'bngtd from
t staniiiotner rvmig aa aaswr 01 Ocer Vuolio Mrs. afl De BoyrRl, Mrs. o3 d 1U0re MLiSA IS O
o w nWes. nva ebHaU ol te AoegeA Jeph Namcm, Ma. Juanes t1l:. -&L,*u ~.
t he anao that uos. ne preaentea te aonbree Mrs. Jack CQtey, Mrs. Ruben Thorp i5 "M '"
Sthved ule uuoduunA t a Arcia, i RR aulp, Miss- Aj ni .
Comnplaie of iaien gu u, wita la 6t of es Jane d Helen DeBoyqre, all amb
arsb%4 'sle mpemora, and a group o0 Carolyn, Skxely, Thon Daub- frid dt .
SscbsUre 1 9o L UsL as al Ilts Dorothy Meny TheM aaWWillr beu a
aa- amiuz fnow4, 'itOtr ui GoWwin anSid Odell *tia. 1ice ,d *r ias
Syllable Mo e eI such as s - .- = L
S Othe uso nl opmatin r was preasn. Mr. And Msn. Peel
concern as remaer ui. at duties. Caompimented With M.r.. Vabt. nmr TXq *y
w through n in sa roW WW Wr o And Card Party .
oe c of r ~ucaud ftnnu n Mr. and Mrs. Leon Egouf
zraud." ma nig e guet w~rd Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C leb eag ag esri M3 '
S Tn chmmnalMtee 4 ap cn.- Roy tuam, muperintenen, were bots for -oa beautsfuf 4-sw M. a Ma.
ader cmg e s he rA~ uva aW, m 1. r. 11- appointed dinner in tshe b- j an tl. .
!n,;i u1.u tr Am dMacien, lpekTratsm- room of the Hotel Washingtor, i S w
ihI" Ir' ae a of 0t1wo A wne xxacs,: aturday evening, to honor M. u
a i Wu a Blac upl and Mrs Oeo n D..Poole who
'- sono e- tsc O RevereQ' .L. a leaving oiday to ma ke.tfr
uet de O rana, ? am T.their home In the Statef. E- o p h
SilBride aa asitan P aor the rop was etett in- th t
i (ta 8)d Mr.~ Iart apt a- spent the evening play- niln0 1agaed
J to Supervipo Power Bc- In canasta. *s Ms nannlr n L
titome ta cal vilaon Mr. Jon,e ft- ca and boutonnlere of stadles atta
b lonlyP cio, Mr. Wm. Baddern ( 3ual table for dinner, The otheTr -ag m
R lie Mr. J. Dovel of the l- elas ware worn by the amUywll viaL
the fre Y --"
0,It te taxr al uoureau. u, from I the .1nots1. Pennslvanla sald'
.., 00 The group. wa .. stated at MI. bgo wore a corhage of ofort returlnr: to.
SpusM log taoles cenrea with a oqald a t ft the hon- mu* s
a and cla t centerplae-l 4 vlid hell- tree. -m '
ned a pwss rasqMit=e2
Itt1 headed, 'ne p~ yF Mitt, Mr. Arthuir T a. F,. w
gMr. Alen R. PI 4a. MEnAlblht, and Mrs. WUllam io e t the
Mr fli- Dd )30. men'spthm were St*Ie UvW4 al
S months. r Hardson on d ,rWal~i vim Se- .Fa an SI
-erar, t Ty 7%e anagS .ande, t. White Ur. 4C. Dean aL Ii e1 f
l r serving were in the lcabtle n, wea Mr. Py M- Lma, where
Sa bra ~ hands of Mr. 0. L. Hi n, Dermltt. raV Idn preeai .e toue his suS i at
tp, aari gs Carad, Mr. Nln1s,4 were won by mra.. 8wearinen we Pnreparatory hoae.
.Sor so lasovskY, Mo. Alice Clement.
oMr. L L. B] lreld, .Jr. The lrIncludedi `Es
S.A. W. J 0-na Board lHlIr owar. olf "to r~eMr Ah.
SI Mr. Frank Estes, Mr. . Mrs. Harry C. Golf Mr. Ie. s~a z. Tech
O of rc rded rave Mr. and Mrs. William Ca *PIty lea by
i*. m o 8ur od dders, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur elaClub .
h tion pltetes, including a Albrght M. Alce CeLlement, 'Sh eb4 r. C CQL
y too 'eoiue o s Glacier Na Mrsa Margaret Peteson Mr. Is RnSwa card
Wd p0rM Wuibllly opera and and Mrs. redchwartz, Cap' be Sthe Cristo'Sd. the
Sonn aWe dancing and in and Mrs. John Pahle-n Tsombe at f;S3, P .
, an .-t an,, t g / f ) Lo,' F'ayer In oSo_1 ^stack, Mr. nd Mrs. Foydr alltm
, n. trat prady MZ .r. A edk emitt, Mr. and Mrs. PTce f kdnmnIs -4 T
.d Wes 3iwin Mk, 0.C. M. arce, o N. ash, Mr. and, Mrs. NT centsler per on, which In.
SMarrtIt C Wubos W hrk Mr. and Mr T. clute retm and a
a4r ';today be- er ftor the unnlnr. W wearingen, Mr. and Mn. Tra- prim
n.fr th od- Ad Mr po amo his
in I preci or the gt
wtrit e4r ld it- is nwpla .de 1A makingQ & ,TACvR
hs .I ,O.t geop ther uch aIoz H1QUSE
o llle t a Iatl ngie ** <.,* o -- ._Vl,
.leof.Surprise CoDee And oroew.
ofe'ado gtM ., y Mrs .
t &W"afr otSob to elTi- n .
and a, eoh 4 guest f at
appoUined, _,r !0
l ellu-lInte .T r s owi ar Ikr I- y ai .
,ither Cap.ntty bBroadway hit and movie
We01M*ti to bai ouse they Ua he irs "ofma
Of to eW- ny bato b ba ad ar-
#UUIEB # sw I ff sd".prim>, sw axn etoffe, -bad
esnen t a1s ibl. Ir-rI
Cal I Old shoerw hta by Km the
It i tthe wl note ittle Mar ball Pullt er, ho
lit7 to wlBm- be -ler girl
how their wedding, made the pree-ta- with Lollie Dounie, John Males, Georg ReltI
Sv mIa thnohe M lSWW a weddlnl o M r
a scdlear p Particular e t ireg t itoo. Sh m-lM L reo
e ehuse they she o the itint "F n pl CtOUmp-
SI t change to aex- y bla ,b b the orand iar
W tres in our t bl. r- ri e. L hor#.m. The '
I u will not ttle MW bal Puller, _ho S"tt A QLF ARIAS'
.1d noMstt winall be Ift& -9r girl In theIA
wouldSS'?^110 thrtr ^w1dn, -of the pres?;ta- with Lolli Dounis, John Mayles,. Gwer Real
a a 'wan Mo t o t he ,,e d S ptH a rl
e 18 enscee the stnto of te ddg
vide h by tPAY W YOU WANT!t,
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Leae your Ad with one of our A(gemt or our offices n No. 57 "'' SaErlt PUamu ,
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
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No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291. and
Fourtn of Ju v Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Via Esp@A No. 34 PnamC p.
Agencia laterancial d Pmbllkadoe
No. 3 Lottery Plaz Phone 2-313
CARL'ON iBMI STORE
Io.ru Madnhm,.-nhae xa. oa
PROPAGANDA, L A.
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Phones a-f M a-'rM I
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FOR SALE FOR SALE
FOP SALE -- r-rcom Wset bed. cOr SALE -1952 Pontiac 8 cylin-
c:-'pe e \" PrFaur.e .rer- der Cato:.no, H-hdrnoatic. rodio.
r -. :'.e e. c' r'IC L.rcericldec net battery, tinted
er r-.- -. j ath ble a I n tec,..iu gla' fc; ights spotlight heater,
,,o.. r.. ca .. 0 ec cc- c ::. .e." 3 00 29000 miles.
etra ,het C C H0. House 139 Gamboa 6-
dra',e;. L.rc t_
I :.-' E.' F_____ SALE -I90O Mercury 4-Door
FOR SALE: Lea r'g Aarite i i'crt De Luwe All extras. 1950
furr,.. re .ua P S.a treev No Sludebcerr, excellent cond ltion. 16.
22. At "5 3: .-3 Bi Po- Goarer. e O0 rr.I:. Phone Curundu 5245
.- offerr 4 CC o m.
FOR S4LE --e,-'o.- ap :"'c or -- -
-Ing u-i ,-.r hg. o.- b-.c-. FOR SALE 1952 PIvmouth Sto.t;
Co.. defie e. -' r pt irq,, re Wagcn, pmtollic blue. overdrive
at 24 A-:-. ,nc de Go -,rO.r p~ P-.ng gecr. U. S Duty Poid
Be a \. t- -Pr.'.en Fr Kobbe 234
FC"R SALE-cu ul CI:Z : meter C,' SALE .-itudebaker Chompion
l1' C.- HCe.g e f:ep! onl 1i 0. o'eirfr e. seat covers, ro-
pr.Cf h. .oa e .Tn Te,. Pan- c. a.r coOI heater. from seats.
o. o i oerhouted, lust pointed me-
S- -- ta lic green, excellent condition.
F, r_. Bc-Doc Se'ee r-e Ccn be I~nonced Call Pedro Miguel
i--* r CC. 4-t4 8 c 2.
B--.-- .. ~e Chcir rne rC - -
c West 'qhcuise FOR SALE -1941 Plymouth Sedon
Krtr.,er f 'C. K.t.-r. Excellent transportation. 529500
\Ac -c.e 5 .e iercne 809-B Far Fan Phone Navy 3742
Co-'c:e -cr .4" T.r. '.e- FOR SALE--Wil taeka finet ig
a1! Bed rN .p -c \p'lr price 1952 Plymiutl. Call 3-4148.
',-: ".C eacr L:-" T:b.e Mr Koel. 5:00 8:00.
": X. rc,""cemaoe 8cr, 3,:C.C
T.'olr: r 'crkaben:n lI CC. FCR SALE 1946 Mercury Club
t.E::.c , Pn CC Pan. ,, Ccome 'E" C Phone Curundu 3168
6: c,.:e 'orn. Tleth:ne Ba.or ote'r p m
3 .I t ufe Cl S-5B. C.:,~aer FCR SALE:-1942 Chevrolet pick-up
P :ce ., da C-aui Lone Ba:boa. lru:i. 867 Morgan Avenue. Bal-
FC0; ALE -LeaO -g. bamboo st ra
. sice anao refgerator. TEl. 3- W ANTED
FCR SALE.-St of silver for 12.. Miscellaneou
"Ley' 925 mis: 182 pieces. Brand _
,hew. Bergesi price. No. 48 East Emba5sy Secretary desires furnished
50th street. fecing Beturre's. chalet Tel 3-0388. Panama.
fIR SAL., -- Dnelle et, wa.:h rg WANTED -To buy youth bed in
rnmch.ne. c. rb. bulcu. rl.g;. has. good condition Please call 3-3020
s3ck. itc, car craig Qu oiers B 1- from 9 a. m. to I p m
A 1. Alar... 37197. AA ___
S- .- WANTED.-Cor or motor Studebaker
FOR SALE. -AII porceloirn Fr.gdaire Chamc.cn. Call Morris, telephone
9 cu. It cle, k tChen cabinet I France A-B. 705.
hiph icr., r, lorge hardwojod top
,ou :or ., eleci. c c .-:k 25 FOR SALE
c.. r '.. o .organ Ave EY. boo
FC SALE --slo trunk. g.:od cn- Boats & Motors
S..cn. Curunau. Tel. L. FOR SALE.-Cushman -scooter, mod-
FC.; SALE Cold Soot 9 chbc lie; el E4. good condition, $75.00
rc'iiger..o', 60 cycle wrh 35 Ib.' Box 1014. Balboa.
treezirg urit and 3 1-2 \eoar FO SALE- -Electc motors, excel-
g *uaranee 2.25, aartm lent conon25cycle. 1 1-
rize IC'rnmore 1. urner .go V. rep-ind., I HP and I-2 H.P,,
iOn e.Cen ven conbro. er, bPho hehern, hardwood work bench 28
.-celle 2 con2 .. Phr in x 9 it. 867 Morgan Avenue.
F ,-,ma 2--236 o.er 6 J3 p. m Balboa.
IC c4LE:--in:.m.:., I.ru L. bed -
c- .., 4IC., meldl bed. mjltess,
:-1- 6; -, Las Cruces St., Bal- i Jewish
FOR SALE Chapels Burned
Real Estate I i P m
la" ..-i .- On Army Post
FOR SiLE. Bargoin.to a i
opartrreri building, w.ih cor.crele
foundar,:n, man rood. Pueblo AUGUSTA, Ga., Sept 7 lUPi
"Nupeo. house 4--43. Coil aoier -1 Fires of suspected lucendlary
p. m origin burned out thz Catholic
C .r '_.--- ------- i. and the Jewish chapels on the
CR CALE. 4 bedroom residence. amp Gorarn Army reservation
in,..groa~.n, dIri.ngroom. 97 square Iesteiday.
.ncters r,. E Congreio No 55 C They were the second and
breet. For ,nomtior en re No third unexlined ir n the
cuaci venue, Ap. 7, Pan- post In foul days. A signal Corps
a -- ----- clasroom was burned early
PCR SALE -Chalet .n Son rranc.s- Thursday with a loss of thou-
co, 513.bC0 terms Agencias sands o doilar.i worth of tele-
-Thomai, Ccniral Avenue 259, Tel. tpe and telephoto equipment.
.3-1069. I Camp OGlcon Is the training
center of the Signal Curps and
arrim nR Siarts Lim Army.
A A UA Ma E. Conferford post en-
glineer and fire marshal said an
Sorce o n I nrt.iatinn nf the three rTie
Us p s bm e pe.t. a
211 c1- Atme C.IL
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" St., rner.
Telephone 1-3479. Panmra.
To MIAMI & NEW YORK via AREA
Boeing 4-ngine plns. Onr-oy
to Miami; $70.00 Round Trip
S12600. One-way to New York:
114 00 Round-trip $214.00. Seel
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
NOTICE! The ate clbbe beaum-
ty bep wIbe clesad II Septem
her 1953 ead mhe d a-spe -
Neovmb 1953 r p --p -Gm
eA. aMee Un a NoH, ee.
Collection of coins of all couatria ,
mostly of the past century. Also man
interesting collection of stmps.
Telephone 3-0859. "Aportedo"
FOR SALE- Chickens. 37, five
months old. and 58, eight months
old. New Hampshire, chicken lay-
ers, special price. Cll Pedro Mi-
guel 4-64 8 to 12.
FOR SALE:-Set of Golf Clubs 14
Woods, 9 Iron) and bag. Per-
fect shape. Call telephone 3-1371.
Poanma City, 8 a m. to 12 nbaon
2 p. m. 5 p. m.
FOR SALE:---Bwing rifle, automa-
tsc. 12 gauge. $50.00, or will ex-
change for 12 gouge, double bar-
re. "P" street Chorrera Building
Apt. No. 6.
FOR SALE: Fe pupie.i Well.
No. 48 Et, 501L setie, hfcig
A VISIT TO THE SAN BLAS
ISLANDS. SEPTEMBER I. 19, 0
The trip of our life. A Jungle Jim
Jount thru the Panama Canal to Co-
lon San Bias and Porto Bello! A three
day trip aboard the Hotel El Panama's
Pescadora. Leave Balboa Friday 6 a.
m, arrive Colon 2'30 p.m., leave
Colon 9-30 p. m. for San Bias and
Porto Belic, returning Colon Sunday
afternoon. Through the Canal Mon-
day 6 a. m. returning to Balboa.
Meals catered by El Panama. Brig
. slacks, shorts, bothing suit. jacket.
flippers and spears for underwater
fishing, anc..;your camera and rolls
of color film. Please make reserva-
tions early through your Travel
Agent or Jungle Jim Price at Pan-
ama 3-1660. Special price for groups
of 10 to 16 people.
Swedes Form Board
To Analyze, Thwart
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept.
7 IUPI Traditionally neutral
Sweden ls launchingg a new pro-
gram to combat one of the new-
est weapons in a modern war-
As part 'f a general prepared
ness program, extensive plans
for 8wedens psychological de-
fense lsve been worked out by
a special parliamentary com-
mission and submitted to the
Ministry of Interior.
6.i6l a r has been s'.arted by special mill i
9m FaroukLR tary board, They were told to
SI. investigate all possibilities in- t
CCAIRO, Sept. 7 IUP -For- cluding aqson.
ier Queen Narriman Is expect- The fires in two chapels early
to initiate iornal proceed- broke out unlv 20 minutes apart.
Ils within the next .ew days The first. in the Jewish chapel,
t5 obtain a.divorce and alimony flared up at 1:05 a. m. Both t
alom ex-Elng Farouk, and her were reported total losses from
ejainm are likely to be among fire, amoke and water
tWe biggest of history.
Narran' Iwyer, Mohar- Ial Readies
rim F lm baa)completed prep
arationato. ofy t Parouk. (Continued from Page 1)
.The RA -ao Iff Expected
Dt oe pre' Piata l inot drawn, he said, "we will have
a.ULieluad- 1 iritsle ndanc In M t bri up smee divisions
court. It wMO I tdlbe alt. r a **
u'glne elWiph n B-oe mad It clear that the
of Uthe cons",-to aL'i&- fir 15et move is up to Italy, andj1
turn. .. a ilistay moves
ot ii Italy ton- 1
The ex ileud tat ng" a-
ever be -
Ilwyer to saeeld his ldsf4l
G een s expectet''o
divorce on gronad.s
sent and negle t. '.
After Pareuk has
fled. the ware ncent
ter abaralah cour
The plans call for the for-
nation of a peace-tlme.grgani-
'ation. the emergencyy board
or psychological defense, which
i to prepare the neeesqary
nrasures to put Inte forme In
;ime of war.
It war comes the oranisation
will be quickly expanded. The
emergency board will boea
he nucleus of an organiatlon
o be known as "The State In-
ormatlon Central" whiew In
turn will consst of three de-
One department will handle
news servlct and act as advisor
to the prea In security matters
The second department will
handle Information within the
country and be charged with
mrlntainlng thd will of re-.
lstance amMig the popueatbi
It rill al b ndle analsla 4
Propagagdg The thtisrd stLa
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AgteA IPs To Easy Victory
SIn Juan joneo. are Race
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US, Australia Even As.
By STEVJI SNIDER Other great strokes:
United Pmress Sports Writer IPasulSg aets -
Selxas with the fr&th 3Ml
FOREST HILIS, N. Y., Sept. 7 loy and Reas~ll off sbe ba
(UP) Merme Beasley, the old hand.
tennis pro, rates the top Amer- Stop volley uzDas Rab
loans and AstraHans Jlst about wall, Straight Vab- Pat.S
even onhis lst of the greatest Calif.
shotmakers in the world today. Drive valley =
"Vic 8elxas can do more things Fighting quaIU
better than any of them" laid odds m
the white-haired sage who has Antiatien -
been teaching the game since Bet dow the n te M Wf a
1922. "But they all have flaws Selxas, Bmsewa
and there's no such thing any Best down the ne salmdu
more sa a perfect player who Talbert, lsemasl.
can make all th shots." Best cross court fereIhi -
Thee shotmakers would make Hoad.
p the "perfect player" In Beas- Best cross court aeCklraM
ley's opinion; Muwoy.
Srvlice-usky Lewis Hoad, 18- Bet tecpb 3er: e's a .pr
year-old Australian. named Jack Kr r.
Return of service Selxas.
Net play- elws.
Offensive backcourt play -
Tony Arabrt, Cincinnati. Ionza
Defensive S bakourt play w Whr
Ken Rosewall, Alustralia.
op shot Budge Patty, Los T
Lob elxas and Gardnar
Uul. Miami. I ih
oTii -. Hoad. n
'ThoB areJ lust the general
almost a da eydifer the best ATei's o at O ap AR
fisat forestL ad we have iand p an iampt'irs
plenty o f pecaisti"
Road and Allen Morris of At- Areast night to a
ta, s ,a the hardesthfe t mane,
serold pr o ~~.~am ccordig P t Caor the vi r
the ale, but Kurt Nkhen but of l do during the s
fort twist sereia .ss Roewa round
is tops of the backhandd" round a' gs fot t
flat foe 9 U speed, plus an huglhed
'aI the ba# dve," th m ace, allowed Priro
old proo 551d.' rt hi i the visitor frona t
the beet hpba bsacknd but Coajlajo rdo dn the
,or ge r ste din ss e ah am t
s tops of the baclhand." round a- Gonls to ,mi
Don AbtlLa hard-
b ay as*g aft-
erneo o for to
%a| A elen t h
intriumph tn trfea d ht C
"" alavemxad-one-half faf-
p dash at the Juan Franco
daughter of Kingston-
y broe well but di not
n front until the fi bend
where the-gfeld west wide and
be hlipe through on at ra
Hrd Uey LaUuWlp in tp, en s -
the rt whn e un api
s iaamertble lead.
Wlth jockey Virgil. o Castillo
euahy Fa off the wea w1t-o
'sn 18.oa anId eaIis
hons ull oe rmn. in Pter in
Pirpo :I olod wide gap to wind
up cond and third respective-
A1te paid $620 and $2.40.
ate, wch ran In a entry with
XUAey f t of e aec-
a1d choice in t o h it, ela. Pin
r the favotl,
e Star's $1 .night
'$16.00 and areal'O
OeLpt the mooneoters I
$.l-Jae 40, 5.80. 3..40
o 3 i' 3. 4
e u3-m 4.dete -F )
I --r C ^I r'3 a,1, 84O
to I-Blambe 0
g l-Amer$tM. $. 3.40, .40
0 3-VCroMs 3.20, i62
ftuniela: (Agat*Pk hL )
L, Dco 1 4.20
o to8th V 3.20
c- n iul."Ift
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CI THRU St. 12 (SATURDAY)
range and gained momentum at
the fight progremed.
Corky dropped Teals for
eight count I the venth ro
and had him wobbly ajaq-il
thW ninth. But right owa to I*
final gong Tel.d wa.s in-t
punchpg R out e M h U -. etier
more exaperkeed VA. I.vtai
pm bout uwa a realde-o "
pleaer with plenty Cetso
ran start f .to .T
that he i a
and the two judges al witeW ts
Ioraclo Ottis, 133. eeatwel
to limb in the 1 h0 tlk
by 'ko outhte .
"46 od-up" veterml aA
132, at 2:4 t the evMbthsmn
Baby ttan, 124, 3lt a um.
aninous declon to Al tew
126, tin comical contal t
gave the fansmm quite a few lau
ewrt dropped rAustin -
edy but l the neea
finese, punch and ability
finish off his opponent.
Youg ittens, 115, punched
out a split decision over Msu
Ab&ams, 116, in the four-reI
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'Talk 0 The Town'
Wins 3rd Straight
Walki Horse Tile
SUPM., pt. 7
h %-NO. . to-
day ,ts t. woid
vi L a Lk I n!*
ght ast top walker at the
annual Walking Horse National
bc"Midalgh9 owcar. L
and Mrs. 3. P. s ., A-
hevlie, *., an semond
Mr. and Mrt. L Harsris, -
Minnirtlle, ta flat lr
Window Tra U
ZDPMTO, N. C. (VP) Lille
Belle Wyit., laundress, knew
just what tb do when she found
a bargIlr trying to erawl
through a window o her home.
Bhe lowered the window on meL
mitdaation of the struggling
burglar and held.him there un-
til the shefit arrive d.
The Mnst Reverend Hen
j. O'Brien, Bishop of t
Diocese of Hartford, Coni
has been elevated to Area
bishop by Pope Pius XIL
Won By Substff
Air Force Flyer
DAYTON. 0.. Sept. 7 (UP).-
subsJtute Air Force flier w
the Allison Trophy at the n
tibnal air races yesterday
lqotlnu eiis Thunderjet he
from Indianapolls in less ths
13 minutes with a speed of 5
miles per hour.
Forest Wilson, Houston. Te
who climbed into the plane as
last minute substAtute cover
the 115 miles in 12 minutes 1'
seconds. Cant. Robert J. Schue
er, Milwaukee, Wis., was second
only seven seconds off Wilso
It was the second day in a r
that a major event in the rac
had been won in the equlvale
of a photo finish.
MJ. .Willam T. Whisner J
Shreveport. Ia. crctured tl
1868 mile Bendix Trophy ra
8at rday by a margin of 4.8 so
ands oVer his closest rivaL Wh
net's averse speed was 60
Whimer set a new record
the Belhdz race, but Wilso f4
ar rt of.01 the Allison mark i
in 19I4 when Lt. C. C. Crew
the California Air Nation
Guard flew a Lockheed Shooti
Star ornm Indianapolis to Clev
land at 594.8 m.pJ.
Results of the Allison ra
were delayed by the crash of t
helicopter which plummeted
earth as a crowd of 7000 pe
0ons watched a mock battle.
"Let the i'.opl know the truth and the country is
P NAMA B F MONDATSEP
Top Le l r" epub.li F."rt
Top Level Republic n FA
I On Carpet For 'Pei
ry WASHINGTON. Sept. (UP)- with the prospect He testified committee, in tn
he House Investigators have evi- he had no contacts in the Navy, work for the
., .cence that a socialite local Re- or in the Army either. committee ha
h- publican, who played a key part As for the competitors' prices, of hweaings
in the inauguration of President he aid he got them from an ac- atte
Eisenhower, offered for four per qualatance who- runs an jnfor- -.
cent to help a California manu- madon service here for busness-cooift
facturer sell launches for the men and who. he said, passed
Navys "Mighty Mouse" rockets, them along to him on a.alip of ,wa .
It was revealed today, paper. The acquaintance, 8tan-
Accordlnr to closed-door testi- ley L. Bishop, confirmed he tip-
mony before a House armed ped off Stepheb on about the
services subcommittee, the "four purchase of rocket launchers, sm ,r
percenter" was Warren L. Ste- but denied he gave him any dd s,
phenson, who traveled last fall prices. a a
on the Eisenhower campaign The Navy d this informa-
-A train and later became executive tion at the tt a was supposed to
on secretary of the presidential in- be secret, sate the $5,000W00
a- augural committee. purchase was beln negotiated
by Stephenson also for a time was rather than a erded solely on a
ere secretary of the swank Capitol low-bid basis. Pa-
an Hill Club. organized by Repub- The Navy 4s investigation --- .
07 lican members of congress early the "eak" and has called In
this year. the FBI for btrip. I 2
- x .. .. The cuornt invest tligation, nvy^'"fH
. Stephenson has been promin- which tooh a behind closed
ed ent In Republican party work doors In JuneT d July ,came to
7.2 hes and his name i carried In light after the armed services
el- the current Waahington social
d,. list. He said he makes $20000 to
n's $24,000 a year as a stanufactur- TaS A iiics Is -
er repesentatve. ass W
Ow Congress has frowned on the
es "percenter" practice bhrt there isCAaIJmm mm
ntnothtin illegal about It. WVlp M.
r The bla -tow -.
r ed I&efh-.alw( f r I -- I I -_
he cent offer, his reported a I
- Nam. y, ~uad V e t whe et WNMDO, Se9t (MP) Rus- hUw
1L gt rea" he =pp~ to a amd rMan hiv reached naew '" t
L' ths *respeetive llet m hbew t arreamHt that wil
anch m hiempetiteon ad b i re atr aciF isA e ae of
Son the Job. .odb "wocamw B
SStephe conceded he had been Ul ml 5
of "puffin" in his converaaton The a, dSAUS V
__- f ta im
Herei-the place to have
fun! Faulou hotele'and
g~a er~ tilghtoiubs.
fishinrg'a i all other.
Apoirts. p~e. the goden '.
sndS of .Miami Beacb.
EW YORK*. CHICAGO
Pan American flight'
maIke immedrrim ate ebnaie-
* tions at Miami tomonst
major U. S. cities. Aglance
at the fares will convinee
yoa that it's 'tthiftiest
awd fastest route north, .
Sr.yaU TMrefArl or
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WM l- lw
I. Ske NIL S.
met but t a Im
e M kes ow n the ned Stateswhich pro-
Svided .$..j.W in emateney
Appeal To Frace's id or
The Soviet-Iran parent WO
eh .L . B l grew out of trade .to Ctem-be!- .-
Pockef-Book Neor ran a Jitb Audgust O s
Sn reached Sept. 3. MosoMr to dd.
PARIS, Sept.'7 (UP) -PremierThis madeLt appear the Rus-
Lainlf, In a determined attempt slain managed to deal with new
to curb France's inflation and Premier Fazloah Zahedl after
workers' discontent, appealed a- talks wer started with then-
gain today to the sensitive pock- Premier Mohammed adeh.
et-book nerve of his countrymen. Zahedl overthrew ea
Price reductions for a long last month and immediate
of primary grocery Items were appealed for economy eabld i n d
to be published today In the gov- major nations. The White oa
emment's officiAl Journal. Cata tda announced the nitd
ranged up to 10 per cent on some States had granted ~$45,000,00 n
items French housewives have enlrgency aid.
complained of being too expa- tRussia was known to be triv-
sive. ,hg to make friends with the
Laniel made it clear he was newIranian regime and such a
hoping reductions in market- ad agreement had been pr-
basket items-meat alon d as the Soviet ture of
grcei-es--would be mm ateltthe poerty ke Ira-
sioceasful and amount to a drop governm .. epnSt.i
In the cost-of-living index which the gteass ditpalt announce: ef N
determines minimum wages the a gteement said only:
determines minimum wages "As a result of negotiations
The government counted on whih took place in Ju mad
unions regarding the wide range AW tthis lae iP rsi a
of .price reductions--shoes, medl- .A,, this ar in P (ria r m
eLnes, household furnishlngq as u vs of t ee U R. w t i
well s food-as equivalent to an peran Ministry of
ncreae in wages. lfom, an exchange of glett
Whether shopkeepers would too r e aon Bept. bt
alolen with Lonel's plea to trim the trade representative the .
prices was still a big question iSB in Persia and the Pe- '
mrl,' although butchers hwve uft iciutter Of National 3cao-
ammodnced they will ivp the l ? the expansion of fe -
eovernpent scheme a trial, ef- mc sl reed exchanges of goods
eotive n iruesday. between the two countries or
Need for higher wages was the present year.
emphasized hv a report oubllsh- "The agreement reached, re-
ed by Catholic trpde union. It garedng mutual .delveries io
showedd more than 1.000 000 ,goooar g alrelyincreased t
Wrench workers earning les turnover of trade between the e
han the minimum wage of 20.- U.S.S.R. and Persia compared
0o0 fr-nrq ,57 dollars) a month, with last year and Includes goods
"If Freneh workers are unable which are traditional in Boviet-
to get any improvement In their Persia trade."',
trnd 'llla no one sholM The .nuouncement COncdled
be surtlsed to find tlvm all with suattack In the Commu- i
some dpv in the vPnks of erou-is st t-Pai W"nsaperr Pravda on
advoatRiv_ revolution," the re- AffIeri" ten itos In Iran.
port warned. "Ameria aggressive forces
already or several ea ha
"been a toT ;V Iran Intor"
pT wbLmt he wAr o acr.teion
or oUn3 and ag ~'m
Prt ArtMhur Rubinsteln, On to Man 4
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gly a iFuIert sIn pP"amn
Cy at lVt v TheWt
of sent. X
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