page ron
5 cent First Class Mail Rate
Plan Under Consideration
Sen. Frank Carlson (R-
Kan. said today the Senate
Post Olilcc Committee's ad-
visory council may propose a
flat live-cent rajtfi ior all out-
oi-town Ilrst class mall.
Ke said the proposal would
eliminate the present three-
cent rate or first class out-of-
town mall and the current e-
ceni air mail rate.
He said U would reduce the
Post Office deficit from an es-
timated 450 million dollars a
year to about 120 million dol-
Local first class letters would
continue to go for 3 cents.
Carlson, chairman of both
the Senate committee end the
advisory group, emphasized at
a news conference that no de-
cision has '-ten made yet on the
proposal. He said it first came
up t a meeting of the advisory
council Wednesday.
* Under the plan, H out-oi-
town mail would take a five-
cent stamp
Nearly nil letters traveling
more than 400 mUes would be
hipped by air to insure one-
' dsv delivery to matt of the
Postmaster General Arthur E.
Suinmerfleld asked Congress
last session to increase the cost
of mailing out-of-town letters
; from 3 to 4 cents but no action
was taken. Summerfleld also
wanted to raise air mall from 6
, to 7 cents.
Carlson said his Senate com-
mittee will make recommenda-
jions to Congress early next
year on Post Office policies and
He said other proposals un-
der study include:
1. Standarization of envelope
sizes to overcome problems of
machine cancellation which cost
"millions o dollars annually."
2. Increases In second and
third-class mall rates.
j. Making the Post Office De-
partment an independent gov-
ernment corporation to elimin-
ate "political problems" and
give it more authority to handle
its own operations.
The advisory council studying
the problem is composed of
newspaper and magazine pub-
lishers and others concerned
with postal nates.
Joe McCarthy To Wed
His Former Researcher
Command Change
Set Wednesday
For 33rd RCT
Change-of-command ceremo-
nies for the 33rd Regimental
Combat Team are scheduled to
take place next Wednesday dur-
ing a review set for 3 p.m. at
Fort Kobbe.
Colonel Augustus G. Elegar,
who arrived in the command
September 10, after a tour of du-
ty at the Pentagon, will receive
the Regimental colors from Lt.
Colonel Joel M. Hollls. who hos
been in command of the unit
since the departure of Colonel
Robert H. Douglas in Ausust.
Lieutenant Colonel Hollls will
depart shortly for n new assign-
ment at Fort Bennlng, Georgia.
Born 1820-
still going
'with a strong
Sen. Joseph R McCarthy, the
Senate's most c o n t roversial
bachelor, and Miss Jean Kerr,
former campus beauty queen and
one-time researcher in the sen-
ator's office, will be married
here 8ept. 2.
The bride's mother. Mrs. Eliz-
abeth F. Kerr. announced that
the marriage will be solemnized
in St. Matthews Cathedral.
Both McCarthy and Miss Kerr
are Roman Catholics. The bride,
reared -is a Presbyterian, was
converted to Catholicism recent-
Miss Kerr. a tall, auburn-hair-
ed young woman considered one
of the capital's beauties, has
been a frequent companion of
McCarthy at social events since
the winter of 1948-49. At that
time she joined the senator's of-
fice staff as a research assis-
McCarthy is 43 and his bride-
to-be Is 29.
It was brought out during
hearings last yeai on McCarthy's
fitness to serve In the senate
that Miss Kerr did most of the
research on the controversial
housing booklet which McCarthy
later sold to the Lustran Corp.
for $10.000.
At the time of the sale, the
firm's financing was being In-
vestigated by a committee of
which McCarthy was a member.
Miss Kerr also joined McCar-
thy in the 1950 Maryland sena-
torial campaign in which they
helned Sen. John M. Butler (R-
Md.) defeat the Incumbent
Democrat. Millard E. Tydings.
Durin" a subsequent Senste
investigation of tactics used in
the Marlnd campaign. Miss
Kerr testified on crutches as the
result of a'fr'l in whieh her hip
wrs cro':en during a Hawaiian
The prospective bride, a na-
tive Washlngtonlan, studied at
Gorge Washington University
here where she was chosen the
most beautiful girl on the cam-
She later transferred to North-
western- University. Evanston.
111., where she studied journalism
and was queen of the annual
ball held by Sigma Delta Chi,
! professional Journalism fraterni-
McCarthy's marriage will leave
only four bachelors In the sen-
lateHenry M. Jackson of Wash-
ington, 40; Richard B. Russell of
Georgia, 55: Theodore F. Green
of Rhode island, 84; and John
Sherman Cooper of Kentucky,
.KAC-US AND hi numuN
Tbe Dough
1 IKJJ mtAJtmm
Radioactive Areas
Found Along Parts
Of Atlantic Beach
The Geological Survey today
reported "area* of unusually
high radio .cttvlty" along parts
of the Atlantic Beach.
The radioactive areps were
found between Cape Henry, Va.,
and Cane Fear, N C. and be-
tween Savannah Boach. Ga., and
Miami Bench. Fla. The survey
emphasized that tbe areas "as
observed from the aii. may or
may not Indicate the presence
of uranium or thorium."
Trv? studv was oart of an air
reconnals-nnce program con-
ducted by the survey through-
out the no-Titry for the Atomic
Enerv Cor.mission The radi-
ation-detection equipment is
mounted in the survey's Doug-
las DC-3 olane which few a-
lor.g the beach at 500 feet.
Canoys ^-J
Fine Old Scotch Whisky
John Walker ft Sons Ud., Scotch Whisky Dfctilten, Kilnumock.
Ihc! fciiic Steam Navigation Company
Royal Mail Lines Lid.
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M.V. ".^ONGEDYK"...............................Sept. II
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195, (dim VJtplunu, (jatu* 378
lllh United Sunday
School Convention
A* ....V.C. A.t,iiij^ii- *EA
The outstanding event of the weekend on the Atlantic
Sitlf, :-> tiia > .uiit^n t uie r.ed' i on Vasco Nones tic
t ; to Mr. ich rtt con c.i at i e .\n-u-i '.ease, hip Tea
o uie Colon Unit of the In.t. -American >v omen's Club, at
x.l-.c Mr.:. Jue AnUmio Rcnon, first lady of Panama, was an
ta.-oicu fcucsv.
opened' New members admitted
Tie prcaram was opened' New members admitted to ^Vto
... gil. o se...:..* by.iie ciub were: Mrs. Wilbur G;&Vciuh
S*IT Knuckling Under
An invitation to attend an. *
open meeting of the Disabled |Tk Inalurlvu (ItAimr
American Veterans on Monday, 10 mUUSIrY UlOUDS
8ept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. has been r
, extended to all veterans on the ST. LOUIS, Sept. 18 (UP)
ed'at the home oTMrs" Mil-the 12 AtlanUc Side Sunday,Atlantic side who were injured!American Pederation of Labor
dred Shoemake to Coco Slito. Schools to state a four-day pro- or wounded in wartime service. President George Meany accused
with the president Mrs. An- gram of activities for this year's The meeting will be held at President Eisenhower today of
eel Slmmonsson presiding. United Sunday School Conven- the Elks Club in Brazos Heights, i knuckling under to such lndus-
Mrs Plora EUzey reported itton. I try groups as the National Aa-
thet she has made arrange- The schools are: Bethanv Bap- Fred Busch, Comdr. of Pana-,sociatlon of Manufacturers,
ine ts to secure a charter fortlst. First Isthmian Baptist, ma Canal Chapter No. 1, said1 Ihe President. Meany said, "Is
SFOzlS? Me-tawtth To Begin Sepf. 26th
Tiie regular monthly meet-,
tog of the Wednesday Club was Plans have been completed by
Christian Mission. Church- of the RAV has begun an all-out not strong enough to stand up m
.lowina the business meet- God, 8th Street; Church of God,'membership campaign and is'for his point of view against the 1
direci.on of Prof. Giant of th-lMrs. John J. Davis, Mra. R. K. tarV surpri/eHbaby shower was th Street, Christ Church by-striving to'make'the organixa- people who seem to control the
Hi- Y. u-Minotut, Mrs. i.cnard B. , Mrfi Hmimonaaon. She the-Sea. St. Marv'a Ebeneserltlon as stronir as nosslble. administration."
. jsl Liivo School. Mrs.
polito Fernandez, president, tddy, Mrs. fcmanuel Smrlch,
weico ned Ue ladies in Span- Jr.. **** oberto iindara, aws.
ish and English, and Intro- James L. Facer, Mrs. E. N.
auced Mrs. iicmen, *oo wor2,ru,~.*i\ Mr. ugene C- t
an ,orchid corsage, the gift of Mra O. D. Gray, Mrs Wilbur
th- lub Hoberg, Mrs. Eiorigde riord Jr.,
The new members who join Mrs. otto L. Hupb, Mrs. Ar-
the club at this annual e-ant, thur L. Under, Mrs. Robert W.
received corsages were Intro- toarle;.. Mrs. EdwarU O. Sen-
baby! Salem Mission, Salvation Army, disabled veterans are members me Arii cniei aaaea tnai
also|3rd Street; Salvation Army, lh of the DAV. However, if dlsablll-1 NAM has "great influence"
.Street. Ity ratings have not been estab- the government and "they s<
(re The Convention will open with Hshed yetand there. Is proof ,t0.thmk ,tnev c*n run the
evening. a 'field day" at the Mount Hope I of hospltallzatlon and treatment i ministration."
11 for a disease or disability In the.
The AFL chief added that the

ilven Mrs. Stoimonsson. She!the-Sea, gt. Mary's. SbeneserItlon as strong as possible.
was presented a bassinet which Methodist, Trinity Methodist.! The majority of the seriously
contained a formulstte baby;Salera Mission. Salvation Army,;disabled veterans are members
kit Individual gifts were
given her.
Bingo and canasta
Th^the^'members attending (BairpVk^next Saturday" T'x|frTdte7as7orT^ IShf^H^.J.push'l
were Mn. Gladys Webb. Mrs.ip.m. The day's activities will In-.service veterans are eligible for1""'1: g*" *gfiLHJK
Goyita Conn, Mrs. Teresa Ken- ciude races, swimming. cycltap,! membership. Servicemen who ,p ^J4^"^^^v f.
Servicemen who
duced and took their oaU of tar Mrs. John Surany, Mrs.lneayi m,,. Mercedes Egea.Mrs., katlng, 'soft ball and volley baU; were disabled to Korea are also jg T'SSreBftna session% the
membership, with the prl-William A. Thorn, Mrs. Jerry j^ura Cook, Mrs. Rose^ Evans, gtmea. Ribbons and certificates eligible. tiuMln^^ASmtnoZ
d-rt administering the oath. J. ZarrieUo, Un Jamej JS. Mrs. Rose Levins and Mrs. wm be distributed to winners in
"ihe hleh nolnt of the eve- Anderson, Mrs. Robert Bren- Fannv Kaplan.
nln" was the presentation of ner, Mr. John Bryant. Mrs.| ^^ _
the Vascc Nuto. de_ Balboa Robert;.Creighton, Mr. John Mrf. Bgatf Leaving
medal to Mr. Richard Condon Hardaker, Mrs. Leo Hapes. I^rj.
Cntetot Protocol, on behalf of.Leslie D. Ellzey, Mra Royce
the Mlntetrv of Foreign Rela- Eaves, Mrs. Wlllard French.
So-j. Mrs- Ralph Hauke, Mrs. B. C.
For Alabama
the Salvation! Steve Crowell, chairman of ^Sr^toVsTeretrV Martin
be on hand to,Atlantic side membership MR- j.^SK^g%^}S
ecli event and
Armv band will be
furnish the music. mlttee, office telephone
A united worshlo service will Davis 8-7209, residence 8-8807 iraon'had"Vneged'o*"ag"ee^
-_,. *""~". - resigned
re ly on grounds that the admlnls- i
1:3* 3:55 6:>5 9 p.m.
Fire and fury In M-G-M's
great drama!
1:M IS
Mrs. George Egolf Is leaving be ne],j ,t the First Isthmian can offer additional informa- ments to amend Taft-Haftlev
by plane tomorrow for Do- Bi, -tist church on Sunday, the tion. --------?
than, Alabama, to jdtn her 137th. commenctos: at 3 n.m. The
This honor had been re-,Carles, Mrs. F V. Carro, Mrs. nusbnd who' U cbmpleUng -^Vr "o"f worshlo wUl ^ con- CI* H^wle KIaima/4
ested by the Colon unit of,C. C. Catano. Mrs. Nina Cur-basic training In the U. 8. Ar-|ducted ^ Rev. svlvf nus Scarlett XII SO UOVIS iNamea
the Inter-American Women? ley, Mr^8." P. Gomes Mrs.my. .and the address will he riven by Kl*. r**L:-. ...a..
cub for the great InterestAngelia Ormialdo, Mrs. E. L. she ha been the houseguestj,,,., cantsln Edward Ho^pson ot.lHeW LflOirmOSter
was present.
hown in humanity by the re-| Hooper. I.Jra. MO. Horna. Mrs.i0f her sister, and brother-in-!the Salvation Annv
rii^ent reardles of country, iBertilda Jaen, Mra M M. La-
in aroualng interest to their, Mra M B. Levl. Miss Ana
niieht of Caalano Domtoguej.;LLid. Mia Camila Vlvea Miss
Funds were raised which mado uUa V/arj, Mr. D. N. 8t.
it nosslble for extensive sur-John, Mr. Norma A. Tejelra,
vev to be done on the boy's Mrs. Phlllippa Rosales 10m,
face through the kindness of and Mr. Lillian de Zamara.
New York surgeon, so that
guest of Mr. and Mrs. M
Walker of Ancon.
In tracing events leading to
Durkln's resignation, Meany said;
the 19 amendments reported to;
have been agreed upon for sub-!
mission to Congress were not
initiated by the AFL, but were
"the property of the Elsenhower
The union leader said that
New xorK buikvvu, w ---j-----------
he can enjoy life like other | Mrs. Neasler Complimented
bov and- girls. Casiano, now 19 Before Departure
vears of age, was present for, Mrs. B. B. Gray was hostess
the occasion. * a luncheon at the Hotel'
me ocewwu I Washington to honor Mra Wl!-| ,-
S-veral members of the Ca- Ham Nessler. who sailed yes-! MCOVT ON 1KHKW
mo Fund Committee were terday, to make her home in * ' . ". '' ',L "*
f *S* itfSS. Th7 : included. I Minneapolis.
Mr. Herbert ToleCaco, presl-,
f- 'r-. Ju" Kmlllei' -I The travel theme was used
Secretary,'Mr. Lenidas Mora-with baggage tags as place-
les H., Mr. Joe Benjamn o ca s ano tne bon voyage gift
tue Lion Club. Mr. Brodle.iwas presented the honoree to
a miniature trunk.
The other guests were Mrs.
Edward MlUspaugh, Mrs. Ar-
Uw, Mr. and' Mrs. Carlo Ga-i^eak"olhe"envetion thewe:0f St. Peter*$
llardo, of Colon, and tonight|-pfln!,mt'8 Youth for Christ";
the,The .inMm will be le;d by the! rae cholr of 8t p^.,^^
youn< Peonle phr of the R linHer thp rit.
church and all schools will 'e-'reCtion of Mrs FjCDavis who after ni"lng with the late
spond to a roll call. ijil^'i^torjBta 3en Robert A- T*"' co-author
frThe third day's activity will be j ?VcDuffle nrieJ^ In rhar/e to of the controverilal labor act. at
t^r^a^^ reque-t of the President.
R^V^^^t^SS""0",or *sem-
Sdth^hiKm.".^Iurn?Srrm M"- Dvls"has served as or-
(be the chairman. This pro-Ta"1. ani. tnoHHrr with cwn.v '"g"" * ' iBmivu?oi:
presented bv the vonng neonle ^Sm wS will therefore be?/ la!'0r',ldult/y nd .he puD"
of the various school, wUl to- o&^nrtwhT. L,c"ed_by M.r: .B,senho.w 0.
request of the
"Senato- Taft was with u 100
per cer.'."
But Meany charged that a
committee of 15 representatives
7'ft II nm
mm Strauss- Alexander scouiit Lr
Ann Todd. in "ONE WOMAN STORY"
Written far NEA Service
Burnham formerly of the "Na-
.' '*; >-a Laramer Borden ot
the Catholic Daughters, Mr
Condon and Mrs. K. C. Lom
baid, Mrs. Seymour Paul, the thur Albright, Mrs. Fred Schw-
first chairman of the Casiano artz, Mr. Henry Hot, Mr. J.
Committee, Is now living In W. L. Graham, Mrs. Tracy.
Virginia. White, Mrs. Merrill Webster,!
Special guest of the occa- Mrs. George Roth and Mrs.
,;U1 Win Mrs. Uemon v.ere th. Seroon Theriot
Chief of the Canal Jonei _------
Foe Department, Mr. Arthur j Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Owens
J Troup, Captain William Cass- had Mr. and Mrs. William Ness-
well Commandant Luis Du- ler as their dinner guests'
cruet -chief of the Colon Bom-'Thursday evening before Uselr
beros, wive of the Ministers of departure,
Panama. Mrs. Juan- Ginndo, A
Mra Teitot*le8sJ)iaz. Mrs. Al-;, The NfcSslers were the fcouse-
fredo jSESZTm* Jt'1 U-guests of Mr and Mrs. Jonn
rruila, Mrs. Ricardo Arias, Mrs. Dovil of De Lessens prior to
Catalino Arrocha Graell and their sailing.
Mr? Maria Quizado, with Mr. --------
H I Donovan -president of the Mrs. Bell CompkksMated
Panama Unit of the I.A.W.C With Surprise Hanky' Shower
ios* Maria Gonzalez, wifej A surprise luncheon and ca-
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Nortk-South vul
Nsctli M Mth West ie a A IN.T. Pas.
1* Past IN.T. Pas*
Pass Pas
Opening \-9 J i
, dl.loTcPo:.2?g^-0gnn*l "hile he;dr.w up suggested amendmenU
! to the labor law was "sabotaged
ruses, vocal and lrutrumental
ttms. ete.
The convention conges to a
Miss Myrtle Green, one of the by industry members,
leading sopranos in the choir, "That sets the tone of the at-
cte oiI ThurX" n^SToct. lZ" n,med MtoUnt ^^"-tltude of the employers,'he said,
at the Splem Ml^on when a"^.. o...^ -.IpnBrigt th,,i tl^J',el *** have Ubor OTer
Sundae School Workers' Confer- Fo^ Eucharist ttils a barreL
ence will he held. Pastor W.
Rodeers will be chairman Ind
*drtresses will be given on the
following subiects: "Les ding
Youth to Christ through the
Sunday Pehool." "My conception
of Y"*h for an Ideal Snndav
School." "J>^ Snday School i ^;"c
Teach-r.- "Whv have Rnndav! a
Sunday, starting 7 a.m., the!
choir will sing a special setting.' "We dont take the position of
Father McDuffie will be officiant;Defense Secretary Charlie Wll-
and preacher at this service and I son. He says what's good for
evensong at 7:30 p.m. Victor T. General Motors is good for A-
Smlth. church school superlnten-imerlca. We say what's good for
dent, will conduct matins at 10 America Is good for us. ,
before the churcR school
Schopl, anyway?" "The Sundav
School a a SDlritnpl force."
There will be a period for open
I This U tbe 11th veer of the,
United Sunday School conven- Q EleCtricitV
Neighbor Arrested
For Grand Larceny
JWB To Feature
Dance Fxhihirion
^TatinKpen'^lna^- Sunday Nfeht
.^fh.hin ! taken from Al Kotn '
'rTWs-n, wife of the mayorhome _ Mrs, B. 5 ^ B.U ofr.Xrh.^ [-t of Al
WICHITA, Kan.. Sept. 19 (UPl
A doctor charged today he er- i
roneously diagnosed stomach gas
as ulcers because a neighbor had
plugged an alr-condltloner Into
the 220-volt electric line serving
his X-ray machine.
of Colon.
Coco Solo, to honor Mrs. Dora!1*1* ^?*J*!?
FoCCtog the presentationlBe* X' left TWS? toS5|fT S teen1 ITr^Wn^? FatT 6tTriCt ^ to-
ther fseveral.muslcalse-, r Greenville, 8. p.. She will g^ to Jgp 0 c orj -rrow^M^m.
_ ~. ^l_ Al Dnlh'l VKtAm.Ill _l-^ J___,-^ _-...-..
play Al Roth' system|whi give a dancing exhibition.
"el is
I don't
stationed with the 62d
. at Fort Amador. They
think it Is a very poor system atinave Just bnn ^gja^ ooe ot the
lections rendered while tea was visit her daughter before going
served, at two long tables.,to Norfolk. Va., for a visit
Floral arrangements of tropl-,wlth her son and family, Mr.
cal flowers and driftwood cen- Fred Bell; then on to Brook-
f^ren^ Mrs.toW%iamW,thHe,E ^"^Jt&JSSl1 ~$Slw *d"-
wtoUe. gladioli clusters and and to Poquonnock Bridge, Md. challenged Rothito a long ma* "'contort
snsx,,%ia,a -..h. *>%xSdJkh
Mr. Bazan served at one ta-; presented the honoree a gift eTffg."* J^^tha^wlSm^uii
ble. Mra Julia Emlllanl, for- of Individual handkerchiefs. The LJke It or not. the system na,
mer president of tbe Club, ladle* who participate were! ***** JK "uoc?e"'
USO-JWB lunior hostesses
have been Invited to this dance, tricity.
A warrant was Issued for the
Hester on the com-
plaint Of Dr. Emmett Rouse.
Rouse said after making the
faulty diagnosis because of a
blurred X-ray print he discover-
ed that Heater, who lived In the
next apartment, had plugged his
air conditioner in on the line.
Deputy County Attv Charle
Anderson issued the warrant,
aliening grand larceny of elec-
and the
fiama K^anal cffieaters
Stanley Hamilton, Mr. Hum- Mrs. lluth Bourgeois, and Mrs.
berto Leignadier, and.Mm. Ju- Dorthy Facer,
lio Nino.
The success of the tea waa| Co-hostesses for the affair
due to the committees In were Mrs. Louise Gaskill, Mrs.
charge. The membership com-'Fanny Kaplan, and Mrs. Do-
mlttee, composed of the past-;tha Cougher. Mrs. Searles as-
presldents with Mrs. V. W. Ad-;slated with the serving,
ler from the Navy and Mrs.! Mrs. Thomason held the high
Henry F. Taylor, from the Ar-.score for the afternoon.
my and Mrs. Carlos Rlvas, was --------
in charge of the whole ffair. Robert Orvla In
Mrs. Mainert Peterson and Mrs. I Batabrklge, Md.
Isaac Osorlo arranged for the! Robert Orris, ion of Mr. and
program and the decoration of
the club and tea tables was
In the capable hands of Mrs.
Eustace Lee and Mrs. Marcel | Balnbridge, Md.
Gringoire, assisted by Antonio! --------.
Alberola, Mrs. Alexandra Ser- Chaplain And Mn. Coekson
gera, Mrs. Percy Alberga. Mrs.Arrive Monday
Enrico Serventi, Mrs. Amada Chaplain and Mrs. M A.
Bleberaeh, Mn. John Kernlck, Cookson are arriving Monday
Mrs. Enrico Burlando. Mrs. on tbe P. R. R. Book s S
Raul Herrera, Mrs. Gunther Cristobal with their family
Hlrschfeld, and Miss Finita from a vacation spent in
Correr, jButte, Mont.
Mr;s. Roger Onda'of Margarita,
left recently to enter Boot
Camp of the U. 8. Navy at
Ha just received doors, windows construction steel.
12th Street asid Central Avmmm No. 12.111.
Phone: 27. Colon.
Don't bt Mtbarrasstd
ky 0 bad compltxion
Us Caticur Soap morning and
night AtbedtimcapplyCutlcura
Ointment and leave on overnight.
8oe amazing results in 7 days!
Buy Cuticura Soap and Oiat-
ment today.
In the hsnd hown today, Roth
mads the lump overcall of two;
spades on the rather mangy East:
hand. Th lump overcall, in his
ystem, shows a fairly good suit
without top cards and without
side strength. The idea is to
make it difficult for the oppo-
nents to get together on their
best contract.
As can be observed.'' com-
ments Roth, "either five clubs or
live diamonds is lay down! The
jump OTorcall admittedly a
dangerous onecreated the sit-
uation where each partner In-
ferred (or hoped) that tbe oth-
er had the heart suit protected.
I had no criticism, of Mrs. Kemp
when she elected not to lead my
Mrs. Kemp held th West
hsnd, of course, snd with her
customers discretion, said noth-i
tog during the bidding. She'
waited for the bidding to die
down and then led her fourth-
best heart almost apoloeetlcally.1
After she had taken the first
five tricks, the opponents were a
verv glum pair.
Give full credit to Roth for hi
risky Jump overcall and to Mrs.
Kemp for her eloquent silence-
but also hand a ripe scalllon to
South for Ignoring the warning
signal. When North bid three
clubs, he was Indicating a hand
that was afraid of no-trump.
South, having already showed,
1 his no-trump ambitions, could
afford to bio three diamonds at
this stage. North would then go
on to game to diamonds. When
South repeated no-trump, North
had to believe that his partner
j knew what he was doing.
Musicale To Be
Held At Jamaica
Society Tomorrow
A musicale will be given to-
morrow by th Jubilee Choir to
the auditorium of the Jamaica
Provident and Benevolent Socie-
The program, which Is sched-
uled to begin at 3:30 p.m., also'
will feature (election by tbe
Colonial Classical Orchestra, vio-
linist C. Monloul and others.
Admission charge will be 39)
I DIABLO HTS. 1:15 1:41
William HOLDS
O Stephen McNALI.Y
Alexia SMITH
T^^^^Tii^nj|iia*iip. mm nil iir
3:50 6:75 8:40
On Amador Road
2 blocks behind th Y.M.C.A.
Classes for Boys and Girls,
all ages.
Registration Sept. 29 and 3.
From 1:00 to 5:30.
TODAY! '=-=-:
a 1: o r e x 1 n g 1

In Technleolerl
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abanta riemlai
Sferltaf Hariea
Jane Powell
Farley Granger, In
Barbara Stanwyck
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Anne Baxter
Richard Cont, to
Gordon McRae. In
Chapters 4 t
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"Stolen Jewels"
Donald O'Connor, In
Wanda Hendrlx. In "SIERRA"
Gloria SWANSON jamee WARREN.
Maureen O'HARA

Loretta YOUNG
Il*************eR*k?<' aeaf^kSR. ft if
Creator of a new style
Brilliant musicians
Excellent soafstert
Hilarious comedians
The sensation of Paris.
London, Buenos Aires.
Havana and Rio.
5 .
Between how tpend
pleasant tima without
worries at the romantic
refrigerated room ,

The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
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Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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To Honor Pre ent Remon Offer Rewards

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-the-VIENNA, AuStria, Sept. 19 (UP) The search fe
il.Mrs. Meli da MacLean switched today to this divided
AMR city of international intrigue where she could easily fss
lo crossed, the Iron Curtain possibly to join her long
; pre J daontpelnM ml lmissing,British diplomat husband.ilo re
'tp .PPlane In London, the newspaper Daily Mail offered $28
to-p w'e ples. *000 reward for evidence of the whereabouts of the Mac.
Whie New YTork, Prsdemt Leans "whether or not they are actually free agents."
Re,' r toeH& The Daily Express offered $5,600.
t.i .o th.0.nt ta Buf their disappearance seemed destined to turn
om ofe the a l into another dramatic chapter in one of the most in-
" '"e- a aoe, b1 e (NEA Telephoto) triguing mysteries of Cold War diplomacy.
L no willa mso probably ISO j~uWi g XDgENTj 4 M adame Vijsa y L kshmi Pandit, sister
- 'm ~ '5otodS~atedSt .e'--. Let oatthe irorld rle a cmans be- .Piwniea..g, vho lds the ay, el that she will be u e
tween the Dodgerw and the now that slie ha n elected to the President of the woman and her three young did the mystery of Donald
a n d fePraesent s d Ashay oIt Unitd e Nations. Preceding, president children were last seen on a MacLean and Guy Burgess,ky
.to dent bwne1 "a pa n raa t e t) and the Secretary of theN, Dg train leaving Lausanne, Switzer- employes of the British or
a a arakjold. lookt on. Land, with tickets for Austria a Office, who disappeared May
arskjold look on.week ago Friday. Their trail has 1051.
S- 0 turned cold by now.
: .. ..... eBritish authorities asked the The prevalent theory is tIe
i S0. [c at C <)w "urgent assistance" of Austrian two diplomats are behind the
unerA c ce n tracing their move- Iron Cu are behind thetain.
71...9 ments.
B Authorities had no ore hope MacLean was head of the Awg
ACSjmggIF a& mei mcan depar atment of

S.'g g'ein ,B. th member as
SW of he f -Allies whd fought te I ved divided Austria gateway -a W
Usslf- aelt tttle for n debate on Korean war for the U.N., step- eastern Europe, authorities a-
Sfborcdaschek emedmd l thae compoon of: the Kdretn ped up its behind-the-seenes greed.
hi the Chase mail"S. Beak hi to bMra lb ituataW he
0 e', e6nference, informed maneuvering.
on June e ma o aidtoday."The possibilities are almost
atm prkPremiersI the eint es sou Ther U. position, expressed PAIShe Sept. 19 (UP)- The infinite" one Austrian police of-
at can nore,,,spoe,,iio, ':%ld the ~nmnt Inese, sources said India was a new message to Communist threat of a nationwide general ficial said.
t ~S S rm from the United Cina and North Korea Thurs- strike affecting 3,000,000 men
Ot also ated d- et e what the rle can pgn ich led to day, stated that "the resolutions intensified today. There was no record of Mn.
ffendantad paid downt do IA% ur Sherbatthi,"] its lualon from the confer- already adopted by the General M ean and her children
Stwo da aind Ader Ba en' and that it would reopen aembly as to the compoation Leaders of the 700,000-man tearing the country. But'
e once, an that Itoe repnAssembly as to the comrntion
0he etwo das said o.f tI debate on a priority bass of the conference speak for socialist Workers Force Union could have gotten off a trainft
Si tative as as the General As- themselves and there is noti n ) ic speareaded th the Soviet zone of Austria
"*s agl idia 'o rintbe toonhs .mtnwarned that the government t tinued on by auto or plane
S t r ofthe. neC begins meng next and private ndustr may force Czechoslovakia or Hungary.

ena ded is the Ina E gfeVd an pr-ed ut rnm ayLa Fr ars .
the vYtaint fo 0P *. ervei e fht a showdown over thi" question of
t* tT iwm r over- ins tailed I a relt paused for pay ris. Three witnesses told police
hnl evidence w on vSIn st ther eek Ad after ony two a fD i J Acommunique issued by the Mrs. MacLean and her thr

g- go t. his de me afte r.so nl nd yithlerenFerd Choi Ions li I uathe wer ont l iv o
n g heevid.ene a p* f voILr w executive of the Union demand- hvrn. nobti eun M9, Donae it
o hh. eted a -twiba ng gea odo-; ed a minimum monthly basic and Melinda, 2-left Lausanne
fTRomero wh5ave bwi PO%, p t= hPt|iw N aw mesport l ane Me wage of d$rap 5 for 303,000 _gov- on a train headed toward tiI
eon by WU 5 rI*Bvyaa Kaok ace 300 I wad thse samet be orkthersbinet eadofte
ledG g. E. 'F raiI- em- t F enent workers instead of te Iron Curtain. The train's coen-
feoo thme itoit a r suom- l a Dud The Sst Unionoleaders
m Bd.... i nyhe osdiy Be- 'adro l rit aqate t. accused the government and Last Friday, Mrs. MacLeanand
men dieAILh eix S w e- .SAVANNAt a er the 19 private employers of starting a the children left lthe apartmi i
LRcel3t .0 ar InH he di- ap (Ur). --. A S as weather series of provocations" of work- in Geneva where they had b
thr ouh h7m 1 ..erusOn e (1.M( ch) reoonnaesa pmean with 16 era living with her mother, l a tT
~o throuL .AdlStevensonFergeusolaboo&i 14s anard sn the At- ne asleed location, which Melinda Dunbar, of New York.
thedvnei dtnua .sthntleast n CatholiUnions alike, was said they were going to visit
romtIf Sist0-roe.ulo wn d thet, Comunist The missing diplomatic' whr
at# t-A fv o yr sx eior were sight- the action taken by the govern- obin Muir, whom I knew in i
t oased 'hkC o r d m tad on rafts t oast Gulrad nts postal, etelepho andtel- Cairo" at a nearby resort.
The deoiinaniot as Austrps.
The Z"e Or -rt.ribaBt Rs t dpatmen These Instead, she drove to hLas-e
rom tnte t o. bn I Deomocrsatic p The 1th oas Guard dis- employee, in event of another where she left her car in a
The Sa.would d t "that drol headuaerst Norfolk, big strike would be Orderd to garage. She told attendants she
from We. ,l orcep enVC, said, thWo ts were sight- renin at their jobs under re- would be back for it in a we
itself -ed.nthe ,ere the plane aof blepro but she did not show up yester
l..ge office ,- C., a Merchant lIr m nA wis uirs
Sm an ty I =do UtI asr o ExpeCt- do- when t ,hehNatrl
by, with both feet .o I the survivors aigommissionandaw omadtravelerseoldkEe
ddmn, ... In.midair.onany"with in hour." the Coast t br teer Mrs. Malean and the chdr
Panami a L..Guard s.. oaverument and employez fr- left Lausanne Friday on an oz-
Anraooham t art downanth ohe 4eands Ofa-pr ess for Zurich. where
e -Int ~ thSea po reported sight- bout 3,, workers fot pay could have cauMght a connect
1W roofthe Donoaed tmwo Rrafts with one man increases. trn o A st
The 5 h toutu ahey now", he-saideah a sub and a larger raft If the threat of a pn. Thecom
itthertosconouctordconfirmeth ad their
tw-a fthecor four aboard. stik-materializesr the -eu stimony and added that m
.oe1of the ocr111nstr hf-fhumae ,flares had been I eetedto start early next Leans tickets gave the
ibo4 ,-- ..W sighted-1 -thearea.Dmonth. destination as Austria.
hads,,ar Abstobra nem
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'NA. Ar N a4; n wo ta 02ont By Victor Riesel
S:OWN k e out hDr ew Pen mneys:Two big background issuc may re
IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN The blood gushed out of the V V O Dm ctic Party in aouth; Elsea o to -
victim's face. And the big ham-* Sttes'"";t. wit v g e c wtll' below- a tonW "
sized fists, especially the one -- R-.t-o va
8 I\ A L with the heavy ring on it, plowed lin e;. CRt ic doing shrewd job shaping up1two.
IM Into him again and again. But paryi m & 1in utlh.
II)he just sat in the chair in the
T toil tox as on open forr f or ,reaodus Iat The Panama Amis- Teamsters Union Hall. He made. W oN' O -7De pite althe r o.and '
k ris are received 9tatsfully and hre handled in a wholly conti- no gesture of self defense, evenWU at it ealh t r w
d .:. i ,.nner. when he was knocked off his biIyslt Y it h e batkh emocrat wicwho nw.
mou olntributo a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the seat onto the floor and choked big emocrale th balow the MUaIn r i e. th
e. '..1 y. Le terms are published in the order received. until he thought he was going D democratic Party bliw there I but ta thnka n art y'
Please try to keep the letters limited to one pcge length, to die. i are all- mpo ubicy -e o to in'
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. He was afraid of the conse- One of hurt the Dea oae- ArtI
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions quences. The man with the election. hofwlurt thelD, Hee ati '
expressed in letters from readers ham-fists also had gun-ulinging m.1. What .W .I The .m re Rept
-h- o room. This was better than a Maa n-Dixon tne. Alert lvea'ew leaders, o l
BOOST FOR MEN IN WHITE movie. They enjoyed it. De rts, are trow oi ousted ubln care
Think you this is Mickey ge had fot tie ran tfs e oince bemare, ot-Olvi War, a* i-
Cristobal, C.Z. Spillane or a movie script? No. ge to mk&.tihe Republcan Party rnpectable t
This is from a witness' testi- u. w atres WPI y wt a Ta vengeac-- eshet re nt
a r: money before a Congressionalt planu Wo go "rtatg' alhts" with a veneeane.-ef ea w ,
I wish that the powers to be would take long and sy- Committee probing heavy y it com to putt each state on it own in o
aheic attitude towardser the medical situation on the Atlantic money labor rackets in an- crlty. old a p lo ens, public roads, power-da an te
Bide. The community stands to lose %ery shortly a capable sur- ass City. The victim was one J!9f proict wShich oph ,l more money to the et l
re s mp ttand Eddl e Chevrlin, a former Team- yr of Democra i ruts than st ay other time eur aL,
geon and probably a number of M.D.s. sites Union offeal who dare rule than any
The well liked Dr. Gilder is doing a tremendous job in trying disagree with the Kansas City MIE'S CONFIDbNTIAL TIP
to keep the inevitable walls of dissatisfaction from crumbling. Teamsters bss, Orville Ring, Ike W rl this plan crtifdentlal Up o *
The community undeisLands that many of its doctors are work- he of the air-conditioned Cad- can govrnoi' at taheMtateattile over onfere e t
ng tremendous hour. That afineand good and a noble re- iliac. It was Ring who beat he didn'A let. Demooratlcc governors ll on hiUSt, at .
remenof houfiers c That edcine and yetd tnd noble ghpriced bmhe sarnd. ,..they a l bout it end some of hem are not e
election on the profession but how much can one stand. Their him, he said.n uthey.heardheIote tand some ofthemo are h .'
comes a time when even tSe most conscientious and able have Eddie Chlin figured it bet- however mlny aRe pblican aernors aret. tx .
ter to chance a bloody beating what happened In the est 20 years Is that Ibft e v wene
breaking point. than be killed outright, because, moente- t thkem t m e ay out Of the wealthy states a
Sohe scCce or n dr eson l co un t ,nlttee I an sC ifIr f la, n S*rt e onesrth t
As an ex-patient of the Colon Hospital, I have only the best as theCongressional co 'mienttee, o rte tha tef ..
to say for it. And despite its problems it is a thoroughly better hasnsaid: e a spent I I arester e ta.ten of t '. ..
administered hospital than its large sister hospital on the Pa- Broken teeth, a maimed arm, er-t1o me atofther .p ot a ., '.. ;'
cifIe Side. The food is superior, the attitude of the medical staff or a crippled shoulder were ty- OOPgovao aso ate ae
inore sympathetic and wiser, aend more important yet a capable pli cal of the victims' lot." j DApr0 .ao ms c Dmlttees, f or 20 years h eaded by oaw e, ..
oe stationdi e an e entThe record of this Investiga- oerats, which w leaned toward rivers and h. M.
staff is existent. ton "presents one of the most Efarm payments o w dhoutrh products.
It is truly a shame the shabby way the medical profession is f rbiddn chapters in the revvahis- s n remMent Nourt oueh
being treated by the demigods up' a Wisdom Hill. I can con- tmittee warnedhasnoon," the t e to-gri aih vaist th ete l
ceive of no finer calling than medicine and yet the high priced committee w arned. ter t ha alk he has eld .a nst the t oto. ut.'l ol
Ylerks who can't measure up even in the remotest way to aman ,. is co tonft ta he Mtt emp asied thae oe *to et .
b medicine r flaunting their bureaucratic authority over these In. th connection, we- must t t t a
v men dcine wcite the entire hearing record to i n the taXh Irft back to the states oitt j We MXMKI p
en of sciencefor a full and adeqate account the federal government. -
SWhy doesn't Colon Hospital have an intern or two? Why do aht violet. thep iratsYf sn d.t r who of:fturse MAposorer a
ts doctors have to put in a tremendous amount of hours every conctimidationably theirs assaults, the un- Deme ywi r e ffecon llyth ,
'e'k? Is it because a capable civilian doctor took over and prov- con cionablyo u e assaultsthe e "the o ratl lAee el. v_
d the superiority of civilian administration over military? I don't eed for n bodyguardthelbrazen An tt U eo e I
ow what the answers are but its about time somebody looked evidence of kidnapping, the ty. o0 .GAa tRae. f l an. e as c... I Sa S
t promiscuous granting of deputy By dOU n* ReSva to the fact at Allaniirs I
nto this situation or if not the Atlantic Side residents will send rom ncu the tn oil fight tHiat Te t
petition to Mr. Eisenhower who is known to be opposed to. bu- sheriff commissions, the wide-. "- tiy reversed him 6 .
erraticc and socialized medicine, spread practice of carrying dead- "=--7 9 6 1e~usadiought cs-' aTd fro . g'.
eaucrat c and socialized medicine aon wth or without per- WASHINGTON- (NRA)-AThe U. 8. Airce Force craft plants were returned to the pathat OOV. Jo ." 2.l .of nia'S.. O-
A vord of wiadc m to the high priced clerks at the building. mits, the roving gangs patrol- and America& aircraft companies are suddenly ernment; The f6ur big Japane aer man- Rlhter, now uad pprrsate federal as et
lAdoupt a more sympathetic attitude towards the men who safe- ing construction' Jb sites and interested in the, revival or the Janc es air- facturess, it pi Na lt and ginla's recent drought.
rd the alth of you and of he community. the strong-armed convoys in craft industry,. Kawanlhl, are Slso. pr at wtL All this, pr the Democratic brain trute, should
urd the health of ou and o community, high-powered cars including Air Force officials now see it. as the only.hoe lines pn mot of their er .e l the Democrats zeapture all Southern qates.at the ext i '
Yours for always better medical care hd a firm boost for Mr. Ring's air-conditioned Cadil. of ever being able to pull their forces outof.A tteareion,r .d.:A,
lac. ." Japan for uiseat other danger spot. atim oa d a e tomaid rebir ofh i a r'ent -" ..
the men in white. iu o- t e. world. They believe the only way the Japant Air e, Wo pa d On the other hand no ~estion ut "P
...ich-- J.iR me"A great many of these ,ts government will get its own llo gets wer, o \ 'I:ndependent ar werl s*agL; cans r e do .l ob in tryenltom p
S Re of violence couem dn govqrn- orce-l s from a reborn Japanese aircraft industry. os of s the airCs ao- bnw
ment constructiet ,ct (in- Further, Air Force brass thinks a strong air- interested-a, g iSnto kept tth
c ad 'N c THa N' t Ia S A PoE tIE volved:i toh coeto drieg craft IndUstry In the Far East with closet ovie.sl a .e n i rea- sTr1 b
Kor ht ne ub. the American industry, and partially integratd and g. pen6 h ea re n ebmentsy s l t.wrd
Srali co i the s u I -th t, has great strategic value.d i s t ia l
Psiir: t lCristobe, c.z. m ittep onAr New markets an .cheapnt laoru'a e among the heo. m e .ton t cent-- t e Rep
tofwir:e s ainid. done iby terests of the U ro aviation tae 1oil Heavy pe uta v "ernor eho
Du a Anwt thd U. t State Department Is happy a- ryt i e n b rtt
Casnttin t the c nd drbect f waa. .bute a theA ltua on4 A e oitihih hworM _n nf eb r a
ocolumnd reWd' rd ttWd i d~t us opinions 'thtdor ar
h regard to-a $M- rNdst bal Ut0 ^Theater. '11 ran I tr th *. n. ewh.i...plr

Sall due fairness, I must report my latest findings. Again pane a srat idtry. Th Air re ae ure of its hel copte. "ats tu mrn' ubl e the lberal w of the
I "snuck" into the Little Theater and chanced to see the dress oUt numerous maintenace contracts and. fqur d. Revi of oftlte raeim l _rcraft .u astr' lt bvr- bM'ho i tea he p
rehearsal of their latest play "Laura," that is planned for this He was asked Why. His answer that the Japatnese were excellent Workers and itely t 'd l o o~~eL h thI
week-end. Well,,sir. I'm not golngto pretend that any local ama- is not only thepsame of Ka na l e red ow tuihek optly. 3t s tkree r Democratjc as,. trol,
tour group can match.a Broadway production, but from what I City, but of a scose of other Practic all of te Ircraft frms wn c-a productitc' e have ad a i e
aw Laura"certainly came as ear as could be expected. Credit towns I could list. It real nes flying in the rean thear also partci- he past fe years it woulor
her credit is.. due, the play was darn good and I certainly will the ugly combine of polities and paned in setting up lrge maintenance and repair Jap firms to h up witho great d f aIn f4a j Rv o
(nv, a buck to sce it again, in it's final form this week-end. labor crime, operations usiqg Japanese facilities .apd man- technica from the lon OP t
ra dosom exceln a g Chevlin explained: power. frma The aotd te lnde .1ta effort the wl- M J M -
S"Lura" is one of those modern "who-dunnits," with plenty North American Aviation, In. .maers otthe Japan Jet ei company, n. tl yer who.hn of eve one even though he Is a I-
co.nedy, however, with a, dramatic strain that runs through "Deputy sheriffs with guns, Sabres for Instance, discovredhat tw prof- by ac of our Japnse afircra lcan. R is to eanm r that in the past few -
pth l'y that keeps you on the edge of your chair and gives the golden lovers, muscle mn table t ue Jaanese labor to repair. datnaged and partly fenced' by theti were rin
S a chance to do some excellent acting. The play itself hasa walking in at every meeting, planes whih would ordinarily have i rap- meant. It hopesto produce smaller Lewse Georga.Republican atnae be
tlt, which is more than you can say for most of the stuff you busting up union meetings. Why, ped. planes. s coani G-l of the U.s. brymItry. t
see these days. The cast's portrayal of their roles is beyond re- we can hardly--couldnt hardly North American today is one of the bi filmss relt his work epu put
broach and I certainly take my hat off to Mr. Spiotta, who, I be- get 10 people to come to a meet- making plans for extending It .use'o Jatpaes, An Air Force expert says that if p resnt candid os Qfor tlg tare o
rh ane directed the play. ing out of 1,200 members. They facilities and personnel. So is Lockhed even tle d on re e tthe ft time days. T ls a
were afraid to come near the with the air combat-ended by the traer,- Air Japan could produce a total of 600 Jet c.ndidtea for Cpngreg d eta where 1 ,w .
Ptcase do not interpret this letter as being written in a fi r building. I stated in the paper Force planes will continue to be operating over per m th. e h nte fo -nL ,hf
emoe for revous letters I'm not going soft in my old age, that the damage being done by the vast Far uat, rdquirlng mantenanc 'and To help further the total effort to get the J In outh arln a .- lre Myrtle eh
cr;e cr, my sense of fair play makes me give a well deserved these people is causing more ir- repair work. anuse aft Industry back on ts fooeet the Air A. Klmbel. Is i out the rUted OOa
bost to the caR.t and director or "Laura." reparable harm to the labor Every American pilot who tlew agaizut Jap Forme has brought many Japanmee en ea a4 Kibel, Ben t. Ous Dosher
movement than any employer planes- during -World War II t=s a heathey re- production to the U. 8. to learn motei w ikl at om th Reoublns neve e f -
m povhemhont ernaio to thetU. 8. to learn MA -00 working at som Rhoublleans nevws w ea
Local George Jean Nathan, Jr. could do by design. aspect for them. And although the industry which know-haw. ,This has been done with State.. gan ng their party the state wheV.I .litr a
produced them. took terrific bonlbing faU. 8. apartment a -nd Industry approval,- U ider
"I think the city police de- planes, a surprisingly large part o- remains also are t aMeans of s g the at" How suceMul their efforts will be lrenzp l o
partment has done as good a intac today. of the Japanes eple e to get hack G as call fa a lt f ay '.
Job as could be expected. These At the end of the occupation. 314 uepble air- business In a big way. next three yer_ add"pemocratlc
people who were beaten up. .. -thetrluthreeR y o0lears, Wap lOORls'a
and slugged were seared to be ll too happy to come bauck to tk sm d
death to sign a complaint a- b t. ce t.,

C NTAl ties were such and when they Peter E dr arn W aS I ngton 1
against anybody, and when the ease
And Chevlin is just the coun- BROADWAY HEARTBEAT Bridport Sept. ...Morton Downe's al
terart of thousands of men who S Bean is In love. ''s Nilsabeth u 7 ism aiien su ]tis
wal- dasedily through frighten- Celeba Abet Twn: Victor Matuve (h)eli of the Central e enc tuee.. a
ing days inside labor. Ill the past made the real lot the smallest reBsm e Chief Iamma~ avoe IrsO~
year I have counted 54 indict- s .U5p wha be was in New Y. Wise beauty Dirlhy J n a loWal, '" "em"
nments and six murder of labor wlaroll up to t Be Rsy's premel.ee ,if mO ...Cleanines is. no always aet to 165venbg
ENTRA 1- Another Tecnincolor Release! leaders in six states. tensglt a, 1NS Cadllac... AIl. e D.lelt hI lameor "Madam" g 4b.
WITH THE PRESENTATION AT 9:00 P M OF officials were indicted on extor- e rbei1er (1The Clevelama Ini ..us is e.lan ofas4.
LA F 0 R Sition charges in Detroit. They are lovely Squaw-I the Cub...Ava ma* _-- IS u tari ,tar o -e r4
L L F O Echarged with having extorted Ilag hdir $ed to appear en atuWeaeti b Bresdway Hostio Alger, Jr.: Ina 3 In IU
hundreds of thousands of dol- bath mlght) s while anatra was .. Charge Ad teo 36. r Wort W tlbuag vm *dhm h
and Her Group of Movie Stars lars. Most were teamsters. Mar .les- the "Dial M fee 1 was. .e a rat a l (S.)p. t"-th
I asked the new Teamsters es aV lritish Umoi-.. lemoge...Me Mites Dam.s. V33eil
wit RO L p Z 0 N E I Brotherhood International press i- up ( h Se dil l h ) k user, and sh .t. . a M : VI p.' 3.
"T 0 IC dent. Dave Beck, what he was up 6:ast. lt-r _r..peive eveere.:30 s. h a :
going to do. He told me some- a-m. reheeruale .1 her teevy pressia... a M gaegs a Bade il3
with RONALD REAGAN and RHONDA FLEMING thing which seu an amazing glin'leal f y'?k .e"I h.ar hie's dewn at 81 t .-
I- TECHNICOLOR' precedent. .ealong _,,othe "r I .. s- "-'.
"I became president of the 'tlhe and was .s
J I u cannot possibly be held responi- itwo a m w The The

then, but from tMha te forward s llr th of l"..A& These who hear a '
I assume fulln reiponsibilitt Sie Ball's ex m e! FinW ahatV S
Beek asserted. "l at. r meanyome es aI4 a
then Bolyenll ]Fou"M.
He then revealed that he iIts W .hqae "titb
has 12 ace criminal Invetigt-hi
ers In the field. Tley hsy v D.dimb A tax NoM
KIMt LD LeF AMges, tMek lead- ,Ma. gavee-himo
mulea tlus. :. ...

It's a "CHIESTERFIELD" Te T tieons!bw e area rlb- s

I V I0L Super-Spanish Double Program! 3! y aMi. i-
fTin Tan Matere sad uWin ftde ldVafi. in An sOiesmmw in 1a ow.tak in a'
n ? owI1t'siU-t a o t other IB
IN RIO"- end Two Technkoler Shorts! nn s o' lS- 9
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..... .... .. "e .....r ... 6 0 u.dPa cM/i S society "edo
.am....,] .. ..,,.d.,"d ceonorble+ 1qo7,& Blose- hee, Tal mnho&&&332Cop

A.. .. mm,. .... ., s" a"o '.Anbw r a l a rea an Caldron will meet -
"Lohe lat e esJr ge ofwr.lMenhlda at 7:30 p.m. i n the' un J u W Iat u e
S-- d t d at the Creto ey Chuch dout Club Dinner De Defense Secretary CharlM
ua' C d rople were Mr. and Murm Ampo will hold Idt monthly dinner o e oK. T. eleh p e dos
OP.Jidam Newm a, MJr, .o.uf nesto Arosemena, Mr.an d Mrs. and dance this evening at 630 as guided missile director p
$Noand Mrs. ecrdo Mende, Mr. for members and their guests will retur rd chai-.
s rl ', ",*soad the Honorable AquilinrBoyd-l n iman of Che op
11h *- and| Mrs. -Grotto Dance Tonight
. .i ... F..abMa s wedding breakfast was held at The Pentegon said Keller r
lte, arBs*I ,S he lrisube of.1 1. aa" s o August Newman, Jr. A Squareand Round Dance comeneo to Pr sden ?e

S o an E mbassy Jo e M. conducted by an American col- tmadan Grotto ln ari the e of guded mie develop-
gme. i i I 11 *-* ., M iiis for a recep tpion ithswAt kmp s oep o m rer fo.r these are cordially invited. meN.
cu-Lb..tIgof 3 Csession bandmembera presented A Barbe rshop Quartet wilKeILe o v th eob .
e o eo the Independence of ina othreeconcert i for area real- sing; "Bluegrass" Irwin will coGrdinat ln guided mi
S' ant the Embasy Residen t ndents and were entrtaned by provide hillbilly muicand lne the three ae
S*** ubii j Cresta. the New York Uneity lee Hamadan Grotto will provide fore Dmn st" at the -
.S .! a s Among attending UeSta hwur club at Its nearb camp. e refreAhints. quest ofcen Pr sodent Tru-
Sw athe Charge d faire Of t Bucknell group retured to the The Committee In charge ofDt mIn.
8. Qlgu- Minitry ofpForeign U.entk1r, Icampus September 18 for the arrangements includes C.. N
Si we W Tembitocles Diaz am i sDia, start of Freshman Week at the Little, W. H. Morton and E. C. KHeller atody h work
eelSr b31un> sr -A "ca 5 notables prom tdM iiblo-il th University. Fishabough. could be handled in the "re-
to"r -vhurc4Smea .al.oblu ties ci rdite the ie cCoy is a senior this --- u n r a dminiDtratliv a nd e i -

e .m. C rab h.. . .tan a:p core s t sr p t h ei ewa T P l r k Rvea dnr o f a lomd a n'srt t ow i llm e e t oeY S
bagS. mee. ras % TV n in *Sto the availae w B soll foro Tsmall ce year. Alpha Chapter Meetinc oar uo aoe ite

-B u t a. par t on that Nursery tacil areMembers unable to attend are Bfar OdY ther tn am -
,t-. l Jaaocctal..... W narti Ml3oing tod Vteeavailable fo r small children of'asked to contact
SIM -iall-aa, sy d a PJveldorean amantto PS- yeoparents who wish to attend Karlt 2-3209. early s e
S, ... e f tor Europe. Play Reading Group Notice The Executive Board ote t tht the
S InU aib' ----*meSS _== :F ,.lu f"1. "" -- d^' '--. ;owloma --- The Play Reading Group of Balboa Woman's Cfub will meet B01s e r
So-f s. .* '_'W*t*d i useg o0 eDr. la nd d M. Grant the Canal Zone College Club September 30 at 9:00 a.m, at d A E
d o wal eatry In M at i lnl meet Tuesday evening at the Jewish Wte tfatre Bon ard
S- nd Mrs. W. L Grant 7:30 at the home of Miss Kaye Center, Balboa for a morning T IS
'- ofa.I Di.. Mablo Heights were among Clark, 0435 Frangipt ni Street, coffee. This will be the first
Sa h M ... .... paengers sailing this morn- Apartment L, Balboya meeting of the Board for the T lin
" Aami nmera I. m ,W h el ecen .l Pan llae m The pW roen sonary Sof
tO btg ab)-w u -.. .... s U S board the S. 8. Panama Th e pu of the meeting new Club year.
W%=intheUe......mUni pted Is to plan e C year s program
S. or .. .' or vacation in the to pla the year' program tart Friday Oct. 2nd.
S.. .as They plan to visit in All interested members of the ublnstein To Arrive For further inf
_ ., ._+ _iM__ '5 Ne W omP T........ Nw Ork. Arlington, Virginia Coege Club are cordially in- September 27 information
W ." a,-, ....se ms n.- and I& Louisville, Kentucky be- vited to attend. Pianist Arthur Rubinstein Is call
r r.... ......... fore turning to the sthmus expected to arrive on the Isth-!
'ltR (M.b UL U -..'ma--alwn. ............ early In December. BrI Tournament Monday mu September 27 from Peru, DOROTHY CHASE
..c s I411, S55& V! --FL- Theregular weekly bridge to present a single concert here Balboa 171.
a:SM-- U61 SL .-... ..'.. 0 me0ut Marriage tournament will be played in the Bella Vista Theater on

S& was ied to Robert Antonio
3 ............ 2.... on et neat at a private cere- Miebary Society Meeting
'"' ' A' ........ '"t V a t. Cetaqrivarte
......i held rcny in Bea The Wonen's Missonry So-
', na I Baptit Church will meet
m Vis..ta.i eAt *r of athe 9alboa aeigne. It
r.' &_BLW ...R f...... ..... ..' l arawo. Coffee To Honor Tiayat 9:00 a.m at the 1 1.
a l8jBUfiW-JBS Foraio sPWt 5dy. Of Panama church. Members of all Circles

wigD, 1 no) ,V on=am, ............ i wie of a Excellency, the El
a,.....wPres den t of the p ic of

.0a9t. -2.. .. m u. c- A LIlN
P ai vit b ed to be prguest of honor at
a .r .' ,p..I 04 .sUan, "ed l.. a arewell coffee to be given'
m. .."ron Wednesday, at 10:00 am.bou
., .".... btheInter'Amerlcan Women's
'. +'f a. lu .tClub headquarters s
1-umnzaaaea a... res i M ent and Mrs. Remon, w
Thn 1 .S-frhac m pan a"o imed by the Minine ulster
.-,''of M.ancems,, orAlflredo Alema:
,-:a.. .o u.' .,d bthe ? r rer General a dr natur
Wor asle recently by o For R Oil Sham falters and no one could ever uess!
.:.Ad. N. ..........el ,.....ern

*it -It . to t 8ts fotiai eor- visible oM of dull Into the cups. Never slips, sag or wrinkles when
............... m th Septembdr 27 en route
......'...... ionto egD. C.
LTeGof the Inter A-' _W
Women Club are cor-
.... N ... ..to represent at
in.. . ............. .. m oane moroU-Sfrst oynstden-t Let it be

gig--.L andM .Caolina to and do mmin abot ob -
t"*I...sailedtm on ing OTYLE 114. Strapless for that dine feminie l
"t.Rturansloknn o ne blairtolor o that never saips or kectdes, that makes
i NewreYor k an O .uyu booooe euifl.
...Is m strof Fort Oi a- Remoember GODDS padded bra, waters where nature
l.-h rem n. your bosom more beautiful.
...b" orth, lt rocmpon ly' olver- For RbCux OilSharn falters and no one could ever guess!
SVAL lim so. plibe to return to her home, po0 Tint rreartI nt nel Flesh-like foam rubber curves are permanently sewn
8-I ,K ,..in the rosled states following I visblo srum of dull into the cups. Never slips, sap or wrinkles when
I ItA l.with se. tind Mr. thBrucetGlas or ev hair. sle s dlinl washed. Nylon taffeta and Embroidered Marquisette.

PI e.'- C layt on sailea de"orgm' hart

..."d i:f _r, and member of the fe. Mt.ee



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Treat u to a s-to- PLAN TO ATTEND CURRCH
Zt. a~. Treat n m2 to a esy.-to-
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.withyourosmar This week at the

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... quality. Balboa Heights, C. Z.

an "I,%"(Jiut below the Administration Building)
-. ""Dr Dom Shidler Spker
,,, .i... 9:08 a.m. 2:30 pm. 7:00 p.m.
NNWi PHls-,. Evagelic Message.
I I W11 P eiagmsSunday. Sept. 20. 4953.

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5 cent First Class Mail Rate Joe McCarthy To Wed "

Plan Under Consideration His Former Researcher
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 19 (UP) year on Post Office policies and- 1 T
Sen. Fiank Carlson (R- operations. WASHINGTON. Sel- 19 IUP The prospective bride, a na-
Kn.aid oday he Senae He aid oher roposa -Sen. Joseph R McCerthy. the live Washingtonian, studied at
Post aict Committees sad- der study include.r Senate's most cont roversial George Washington Uniyeralty
visory council may propose a 1. Standarization of envelope bachelor and Miss Jean Kerr,' here where she was chuMai the
flat iive-ctnt rate for all out- sizes to o'.ercome problems of former campus beauty queen and most beautiful girl on the cam-
L.-tOwn first class mali. machine cancellation which cost one-time researcher in the xen- pus.
Ee said the proposal would "millions of dollars annually." ator's office, will be married. She later transferred to North-
einminaLe the present three- 2. Incirases in second and here Sept. 29. western University, Evanrton,
cent rate or ilrst class out-of- third-class mail rates I The bride's mother. Mrs. Eliz- Ill.where she studied joutrnllam
to1n mail and the current 6- J. Miakin, the Post Office De- abeth F. Kerr. announced that and was queen of the annual I
cent air mail rate. apartment ar ind-'pendent gov- the marriage will be solemnized ball held by Sigma Delta C i,
1-.: said it would reduce the eminent corporation to ellmin- in St. Matthews Cathedral. professional journalism fraterni-,
Post Oitice deficit from an es- ate "political problems" and Both McCarthy and Miss Kerrl ty.
timated 450 million dollars a give it more authority to handle are Roman Catholics. The bride, .. ... EU A.D e RIBM
year tc aoout 120 million dol- Its own operations. reared 'is a Presbyterian. was' McCarthy s marrag e willleave'---" M w-ND rS "
lirs. The adviLory council studying [converted to Catholicism recent- only four bachelor" the son-
the problem is composed of ly. ate-Henry vM.Jac.t on at Wash- .
Local Lir.t class letters would newspaper and magazine pub- Miss Kerr. a tall, auburn-hair- ington. 40; Richard B. Rutlsell of
continue to go for 3 centss, lliers and others concerned ed young woman considered one- Georgia, 55: Theodore F. reene
Carlson, chairman of both with postal rates. of the capital's beauties, has of Rhode Island. 84; and Tohn
the Senate committee and the --- been a frequent companion of I Sherman Cooper of Kentucky,
advisory group, emphasized at Cf r -d Cha'kn McCarthy at social events since 51
a news comerence that no de- 0 manu 101 Onge the winter of 1948-49. At that' ,- -
claion has Leen made yet on the S W d d time she joined the senator's of-I R.do6ct0ve Aras -
proposal. He said it first cam et Wednesday fice staff as a research assis-ctve Areas
Sto wen n the advory For 33rd RCT ad Found Along Parts
Under the plan, all out-of- McCarthy is 43 and his bride- f Atlantic BeachL
town mail would take a five- Change-of-command ceremo- to-be Is 29 Of AtantiC BeOCh
cent stamp nies for the 33rd Regimental It was brought out during
Nearly all letters traveling Combat Team Pre scheduled to. hearings last yeai on McCarthy's WASHINGTON, Sept. 19 (UP)
more than 400 miles would be take place next Wednesday dur-| fitness to serve in the senate -- The Geological SBurty today
shipped by air to insure one- ing a review set for 3 p.m. at that MLis Kerr did most of the r.-.orted "areas of unusually
'day delivery to mokt of the Fort Kobbe : research on the controversial high radlo'ctivity" along parts
country. Colonel Augustus G. Elegar.'housing booklet which McCarlhy of the Atlantic Beach.
Postmaster General Arthur E. who arrived in the command later sold to the Lustron Corp.
Summerfield asked Congress September 10, after a tour of du- for $10,000. The radioactive areps were
last session to increase the cost ty at the Pentagon. will receive I found between Cape Henry, Va., .LE OP
of milling out-of-town letters the Regimental colors from Lt.! At tile time of the sale, the and Cane Fear, N. C., and be-
from 3 to cents but no action Colonel Joel M. Hollis. who hps,firm's fimncina was being In- tweein Savannah Reach, Ga., and
was taken Summerfleld also been In comm-nd of the unit.vestlgated by a committee of Miami Brach. FlA. The survey
wanted to iaise air mail from 6 since the departure of Colonel which McCarthy was a member. emphasized that the areas "as ulTw l-H
to 7 cents Robert H. Douglas in Aumust I Miss Kerr also Joined McCar- observed from the all. may or 10tAR BACK1
Carlson said his Senate cornm- Lieutenant Colonel Hollis will thy In the 1950 Maryland sena- may not Indicate the presence F GI'Si AM
mittee will make recommenda- depart shortly for a new asslsn- trial campaign in which they of uranium or thorium." A AN SAIEtE
.JJons to Congr.ss early next ment at Fort Benning, Georgia. helned Fen. John M. Butler iR- AWMi u
SMd.) defeat thP incumbent TI', stiid was oart of an air
Deniocrat. Millard E. Tydin.s. reconnals-,nce program con-
Durin- a subsequent SenFte ducted by the survey through- 3'
/ I i'nvestiqatic.n of tactics used in out the ro rtrV for the Atomic ir" j
Born 1820- te Mar ,.nd campahn. Miss,.Enerv Cor-.mlilon The radi-
T err testified on crutche- as the ation-detection equipment Is [3B:p
result of a'fr1l in whilh her hip mounted in the survey's Doug- feet e -.e
%% -s s ro':en during a Hawasian 'as DC-3 lane which f'pw a- *
..il go i. LA4 vacation. long the beach at 500 feet. '

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S. - 'hG old. Co s t t May Ates

SBept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. .s been

-k a ._n atik 's .Plans have benam_ ex ended _o ll veteran on the; _T. LO d.iSept. 19 (.U.P -- y
Sch r- or wounded wme Present George Meany .cousrI
moTAn Ime envitati n street or aa
T.ao n.- ne unday ,, l, lubnropen meeting of the hs.l nuc, under ao umen u-

S. meican Veterans on wnday, r s thr National A

a ath S vrebet; c t C t in to ake the orans on the ST. LA Seem t c1 tr th

a d Bhe the-Sea, St. Ma e tlon antics ide who sere adnraSon BELLA VISTA LUX --of i
'.- wf, am uM.. , SWch ooMethodt Tr Th e a four or w d i serm r vice. President George Meany accus.

SIhda go odr, be al ll ft a disabled veteran arl e members The AL chief added that tohe -
S04E^ Ag Jiltl L* Uni fle ld Sunday Schoola of the ElDAks However, ights. abl- NAM knuckling under to such In dus ire and fury In M--M

- S.. treet. t ratng hve not b na etabthe frn et anufacture em reat dramas.
ag, SRMS. t * f S age aWd eassft wrre ThConveritibnwBI with hed yet-and there. IC proof to t Pana the ad- AM BTW A In H EA
t$. -$ tist, irt uhman DisCNt.&mC t

e . -... d Jr.W A a Christian~i. rCt a nl a.' n of hta, utl and auoutienot strong enough to- stan u

S Clu P ma Caa CA ha pe Ball Parknext 1a, 1 or a iseae oraab tty nl t he W re Mo onP tobe p ihed i
th b IS.pme o The Stetl: Ohd.I membervhipc eramp are eigthnjad i for his point of view against he
li a P , th Street; Ct.lChre. mestriving to make the orgna- e op ple who seemlo ontrs heI
Shen the-.Se, aDs in possible. admlnaton." BLLA VISTAII bar

epa w ch M e nthdi 8the majortowel h the seriously r
Mtldlh d i LbMyaSS. urnl M ist mutc. mittaee, office tera lephone m ors The AFL chief added t hat the 1: dmin 3:55-IF :25 9p..
is" 'r6rs'm- abypm. The day's .oactvitid -,rvice veterans are mel mble tort a o ad eny s e d a e

O. iA.- utre et g. I.. .M rs s hatng s e al l a o erei a ditional naore maa a es int the a ft Hartle y iI

Sy If her 327thFe. commerb 3t S DIe lbor eRIVE IN TryDAY Mrt '
Ciivhorita-ni ee a ligIn a e ntss t ao a tmed Dsessgn d voe t he ama I
t.a INz. H'no er- of le.d t d and e nh- the 8alvatton. i He C iro lsson to congress were not

$rs. 3g ea M v1.n, w f M s Mrr. rl e on the oun. thette,: Of St. Peter S Initiated by the AL, but were d -
.la WA MIS Let, A o .and nh "panpm*'" yeh for r br t." "the property of the Eisenhower fS~o^KSSL ^SSSSGwRi A ^&
d' ... ,. .r .m thV.i-e whlloDi rs 8 0 r e _ts erc administration ." hd reneged on agree-
,U, ,_rmyg baJr,"da felndday b te o _JiiMt jtlant side nam n ageibmerip cn- me ri ed la e t Har Ma ei

S rs. 6 1A nthe _" A Ienv Pernk l o The I hoir o&bitt.er. tnt he unla on leader saieoted t ohat
,T .i fer .nd or -in- te 8acon.l 1 e plll r e- mission to Congress were notL -

SIse. As" t ..'a ye rceSvteno s Da6nvtwo o. Sen. Robert A Taft, co- autor T
D .The third w.ill be was pointed y e Rev. nohnf of the d c controversial labor acti at UE Tl_ __ _'

Wtt1 hid tz Rev. 'ernanb ence will nary hi Ohio. wit w Mean A charged thatt aWOA
o... .ato O "- be the chairman. Droray wUs. Davishhas served as or- committee of 15 representatives
pre nted bty the ong necoble 1manand will herefore c eddus an the TROPICAL CECIUA IA
s vcal a In. ruS gtmental ba a a a orga of he to the labor sw w "sabotaged" TOD.AY! s:s.-t., Ja
G e y r e be s t od r per ce
Sa pra. in the choir, "That a the toneof the at- G D REOP INGI GOLDEN
-ide A.gTor -t M onII we s 1 t.o a' 1 assistant cheirmas- tsitud of the employerss" he said, wre mf r pic ruln wDE. HAWK"
... .hcah. o e s ''on a tI he" Oc"t 1 ts r w"rit they feel they have labor over sc mr POCenSS! X In uo i
Mreds JAMS.Lht C a the y ELIZA ETH ThApuLOR -
ALIS3. End specialsethting. "We don't take the position of FERNA K IAMAS *____
t 4.* Lwill be given o itin b saa w tate a WIoLIAMPOWELL in
3 th l Mr'se. iecd chw. idt wlma throw sh the .. t 7:30 p.m. Victor T. General Motors i goo or A- "THE GIRL WHO HAD "RAD w ND m
a M, e -ntr o Mrs. t b .nd oold r l 't onceona mith. A tl a rt h schoole- rinten- muerica. Weho s iay what's good for meTnt0 ou
S Mr. enryhao Mrs. TSa S 0 e.avngabt If urnlshnay dent, will conduct mathns at o America is good for sta ." the i, .aum
'dM Alabama thea o .t*, hadf rene8 a Iehdeal h oM oagr before the hurc school
i ~" ~. Js" mb ho"l atIh 2 :s -rf a ni .ta IA LAf T TIN
trn.r .oni wens r .Ne.gibor Arrested sCooIOF DANC oE OENCANTO CAPITOL VIC pRIA
o w p For Grand Lorcen c.r. anen eowt her 27ther. ForGrandL "eyne he woE
is dEll an- fk E .ctriBec I Farley Granger, in Richard Conte, in 'IC* *

ao-A.WICHITA R en., Sept. 19 (UP
ia itip romtdf tadY hae er- Barbara psawyck Gordon McRae. In "Stelea JewRP
;& vored a n afr .e be-ton t
t. hIisX-ray machine
te b e A warrant was issued for thenry at s d
S 610111 .3 b i the t a s.hreoh a*.I arrest of Al He water 7 pn the cor ne- nmo Hnrx io
o r-. 62sical s1n Idfor Or *n Jt to t ep rrow. mI fa g o diagnose a becad u
ma re. wer le taM6 to Nor.tlk, or A aw vlS C a r l ot MSW -i a will lve a ntlshua t S d that Hester. who lived in the! On Amador Road
IL,) n myself. I don't see an t oig e stationed with thefod nex t apartment. ha plu gg h 2"e blocks behlfd the Y.M.C.A.
M- w t ,M n C'e. o MW l a r gA d r condsoioner "i hein len on the line. ., o wloe o y.m. eo. the ,hcorf -tehscho d .. I I I .." .itain.

Mad -Da a f &U MW r ehe I nL a o a -iss o u ned thi a nes.fnniO Od DTe u oaaNdeqE
W--AtN W Alfjis A..Tesa of l0'" tIt c e r feisnofg Mrarndv .laricen ofe Powin A-e Bate ro 1:0 t 0 I I LM

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M QR SALE: Eleetnc rongg, like FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile 76 0io. Amss C. L near
neIw fully automatic, 41 ich. 4 Duty po.d. Fine condition, radio iai
ium, with deep well double May be seen throughout day at DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
ege," ith' gluts window. 7 position Balboa Garden. 51,250 cash. Must Central Avenue "K" street, comer Grlich -
hiot control. 2724-A, Cocol, 4- seil soon. Ask for Johnson. telephone 2-3479, Panamo. O m
t 4R4 FOR SALE: 1949 Suburban Carry Cristabol-Colon Humane Society has GeC e; 4 S
'FSALE: Thoroughly seasoned All, ew tires, exeellert hfr oee- dogs, cats, kittens who need hoers
Wiilogy diningromn furniture mercial use. mter like new. Sm-t desperately, all sizes, colors, sexes. Pho '
SeMbly priced, also Boy's Road- y Hunnicutt A. 16th. St. Ce- Some spays and alters. Gve them Cler, 3aM
m r Bicycle. No. 22, 49th- St.. trol Ave. Tel. 800. Celon. a home and they will give you love Pn am. -l i *
itelIq Vistu. _r_ L- Pr G Ch--- and companionship. Help those who g lau
.. Viru. FCR SALE-- 1951 PowerGlide Chev-II
-__________- SALE-_951 Power Glide Chev- cannot help themselves, they need In
FOR SALE:-Storkline baby bed with rolet. Very reasonable. Returning cnot help themsu, ty nd
MWtres, good. condition, 53.00. to Stotes. rhone 3-3646.ou. p
:Qutrttrs 1 C, Ft. Amodor or FOR SALE.-1942 Ford Tudor Sedan, FOR SALE
* : -Prcla Clljro -- rr FOR SALE s 'j" ",
At. ador.4283. -. excellent motor. Prone Balboa 2- sr
AL:--Cheaop. Porcelain Frag- 3305. _____ A Miselneou i s.
i, r ei y lvingtoom set, porch furnl- FOR SALE:-'47 Dodge Coav. wth SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN TlE H IU-
ture. Zenih radio 25 and 60 Cycle. radeoandnewtir, t MAE MALBEA by D E Ae
wood ona porcelain bathinette. ateed S t y Hu MANFEMALE by Dr Alfred Kn-
small tables, lamps, porch blind.; n. r l A T.I y. nowvolableonspecialord&r
0310... Cale ..16th; St. Central Aveaue. Tel. s aibo p
lottice weik. House 0310, Cable l at $8.00. 850 pages with numer-
Hg H... Ancon. -.- ________ __. ous charts and tables. Order now ,' .
-- ---- "--'-- --- r FOR SALE -1947 Buick .Radmaster. from AGENCIAS STEER, S. A. Tel- FOR RENT t
SALE:-6 c. wicker set; mat- u pad, ro excelen tires phone Panama 2-1219, Apart o b'
St as, springs, bed legs; chest of anpon; 125.00. House 230A do 731.r s S
rwi (Wr; small dinirg table, n G pun. T l. 5-560 Three be ormu,1... W, = lbrp y.
'i thirn. S5C.00. Colon 683-L. G T. 5-560. FOR SALE: Circular saw, planer porch and r situat
'- I----: 60vc,---.-c. FOR SALE:-1949 Oldsmobile 76 De joiner, shaper. wood vice, picture at Siifh Stree N. f H s.
En r-al 60 Ectr c refrat u. .- Luxe, 4-aoor sedan, excellent screen, 25 cycle motor 1/4 HP. For Intrnftion C all ph"ne
S0enr M ectric hefr igeratov. 2 glsst mechanical condition, excellent House 1546 Mango St., Tel. 2- 3-1967 P
00. Magic Lherf gas stove. 2 glass tirespaint retouched. now seat 1598.
door evens $250.00, Zeniih Trans- tares .paint retouched, new seat 18.FOR R T:house,
ecanic rad.o 580 00 Webcor au-I covers. cer new October 1949 FOR SALE; Upright Grarld Piano. ing-dininroqm,. kith-
tomatic record player 535.00.' orgel wner, o aens, Ii I 25.00. Phone Bolboa 1356. eri P R*
tflor fan $30.00, wrought iron 2-,l O 0.INVITATION FR PROPOSAL e, 2 bl El
tables ait' glass top and matching -- F FURNISHING NATIVE LUM ma No. 9 beside
chairs $7.00. All only used so. FOR SALE--1950 Ford Stete We- Invitations for proposalsfor. furnish- RdIo Mrmr. Can be sen f
mu-nth, phone 3.0176, Pqnamo. en. duty paid. new tirm very g 35.000 BA4FT Mdhogany lumber 8:00 a. n, to 2-00 rn
SPC SALE:-West-nghouse refriger- lw milage, eul for a family* under seale bids opening 10:30 A. FOR RENT: furnished
S tor No. 917 La Boca. Apartment Aply Smt y Hunniat L A. M. September 25, 1953 will be re- end equl 'w eM in 50th I
horre at all times. I St. Central A TeL 00 cived at the office of Superintendent street. Rei $250.00..Telephone
... .orre A, t E colime. C1 -- ___of Storehouses, Balboa. Invitation 3-4575.
no :; 9 ne FOR SALE:-Clean 1947 Nash coupe No 0 may be obtained from oic FOR RE
2.00. 2 sing metal bed frams. overhauled recently, $550, leaving Of Superintendent of Storehouses, ilri, dnigrooom, 1paort,,
-7.50 each. Metal desk 12.C0. mus e 3-0546 Panama. telephone 2-181. room, nd $130.00. Pone
FH-sel 5754-A, Sibert Street, Di- FOR SALE: 1951 Nash Rambler FOR SALE:-National Receiver SW- 3-356. froi 8 a. m. to 4 p. nt.
S.'- Station Wagon, new tires and bot- 54,with Erphone, brand new, 45. FOR RENT:-Excellent for rtir
", SALE:-Four burnr gloss door ery. 5 piece lningroom set. custom 00. Telephone 3-2993. peo well kept ie wi
"rppaon stove, $99.95; dresser $7. maore. ICG pullets. 5 months old. FOR SALE-Lodies winter clothes suitt good plumb oft Saebae Hie-
S50;..7 x 9 fiber rug. $,00; Peru, Tc,=phnne ranamow-,-, p
S50;. .7 x 9 tiber rug, $500; Peru, Telephone Panama 3-5179. coat, topper size 12, also girls way, 7 mil- from town; plenty
S Averde No. 91, apartment 8; Tel. FOR ALI:-1952 Chevrlet 4-deer clothes sizes 3 and 5. All new, land for gadenlin-chicken mro
3-J46. Sedan, p/g new ties, excellent never usgo. 47th St. Uruguay Good bus connachtw. Apply ony
S-Sr.kin r m at chnel sendid Smeoy N. 7. reliable party. Lindo. No. 26, 40
SALE: Storklne crib, mt- nHuaen A. 1th. eet, Ca. St. T -1801
trt s and dresser, bathinette. quao- tHurl A. Tl. 00. .. WANTED -FOR RE
i tetraster double metal bed and -tr_ Av.i Tel. 00 FOR EN
.ttr s. Phone Balboo 2144. I;CR SALE -Fontiac 1952 Hydromo- l ridec: two. t
i FC SALE: -- Peal Host 4-burnrl tic 6, two door, dark green. 5.000 M Cei eO rolo .
ogas Wave, d v, broiler .exceent, miles Moner s private er, peC- WANTED TO BUY: Smooth tires. gro .,
g.as I fecr Candition, m2,1 be fic
tov.oul-;e bd. moallress, single j oned. Ponomo 2-06 ostrud OIP No. 7, Pru Arm
bed. mattrLs, buffet, serving table. FOR SALE: 1948 Dee 4-der, Avenue. Telephone 2-0406. November h trtnuebr 4
small stand, oil mahogany. Dshes. mew paint, new time, bautifl lI WANTED:--2 oscillting fans, 14" Bell Vista.
:.-sware. Misc. Telephone Pan- and out. $meet y Heelieut S. A. or 16". Must be n good running FORENc1- -
qM 2-3067. 1_th St. Centrall Avmam. Tel. 800 condition. Phane Balboa 175). RENT:- -h completely fur1
porabl -i... .l-" nishid, for thre months. Vacatld
S ..--El ctrl c portable rsewing Ceall.
g FC.. S.ALE-Electric portable sewing S A WANTED-To rent, close Fort Kobbe. Sept.' th. Coleh 10t. St. No. W
mrnac ne, mahogany chest "f drow- FOR SALE:-1950 Willy's Station Vacation quarters for family with 10091-., phel 1128J or 115
on, double col spring. Call between Wagon 5300.00. Curundu 2104-C baby. Chne. Hotel Tivoli, room 164. Colon.
hours 8 to 12 Sundcy, 2032-B., I-lephone 83-7236.
Wert 3rd. St.. Curunau, C.2. t: t-e-..on83 7 -.
S3rd Curnou C. FOR SALE: 192 Plymuth will FOR
C: SALE:--igidoire refrgerotar. take yeAl first effer. Call -448. Out N w RE
I.ke new, $150. Child mahogany Mr. Koedl. _
jbdmoom set. 4 pieces, $95. Fou - ... __.____1__i
bredroomg slet $14 p Hc t wate Fou' R SALE:--o highest bidder 1949 Ap t
he ter, a.niaotre. $5. No. 9. Co-i Ford Cust.m V8 Tudor. Must be Grad Bil ta Rase ATT1 IL. Just bulk modem
lombia St. 2- so'd. Rcbossed. Autoac 15th: and Funds for Girli Seoats ,nts. two bedroosbd
-- Melendez, Colon. hot cold, w. Telephone
4 SALE 25 cycle 7 cu. t- grand ball and fashion show -!494) W
F idtiie, good unit, porcelain in-;FOR SALE: Mes e seen, 1950 ill be hld at -the
sade, quo. rermster metal, dresser Chevrlet, block. 4-deer. rece- Club, Saturday September 2F to A. rMENTA
onc wocdan sideboard. Occos onli ditioned-allthrugh. Sme y Hua- raise funds for the newly or- Mdm 2. 4 ald 5 room furnihid
cha.r. porch*shaces. old typewriter. nicuet S. A.16th St Crrl Avs. ganized "M ichacha OGulas" or or wft i al at Alhambrq'
1G7-C Pedro Miguel, phone 4- Tel. 100 C olen. Girl Sout. of Colon. "- -I Street, CoL .L
429. FOR SALE - 1952 Ford Vctoro. Tr ipo 3.
'A onlv 7.900 miles. leaving, must As this l. a newly formed or- FOR RNT:s-.farnishe one bed. r
s FOR SALE sel. Duty paid Call 3-0281. gfnitlon thy have no funds aoe t to. responible per i a
FOR SALE -1940 Lincoln 4 Door at their disposal. wiMut chdd* Tel. 3-0412.
Borts & Motors_ SeJan. go-, tires, duty paid. House l their first money- .
FOR SALE:-12 foot sailboat. Re- 9,8-X. Apt. "A." La Boca Road. makingprWJet, and all M oend:--2 e m, furns
cofly' constructed. Excellent con- after 4 p. m. _f Scoutng are cordlally fnvit- t Vista, 48th t.
diden. Phone Ebeling at Balboa FOR SALE:-1949 BeIgk, Dyeflew. ed to assist the girls. .*1. bdo,
3677 or see at R1A. Rousseau. radio. e, eat eons i v FORed *Tw bedroom opet
s SALE: Mine yawl type day cdid ., lke ew. t r HM-. Can Rhoda n Panama City ment I .ird new four part-
fishing boat. Length 26' beam 8' nlueat S. A. 16tlh. I. Caeel Ave. la furniahta the costumes a mehtE h w: iitted in Via Ar-
Converted Ford V-8. 100 H.P. mo- Tel. 800. Ceol. muc for dancing will be play- enmtine. j. For Inforne-
tor. Fresh water cooling. Fully edby Angelo Jaspes orchestra. c3 I
ipped. Excellent condition, Bol- FOR SALE i im r pri w be w heater. d
V tr.ipto eolsat t Rica, offered b1. W B loVista. TeL
Wanted Position Rea.l E ta th t e i..ss 5t .. im TAFETY
offers services s family Ironer. FOR SALE OR LEASE: Approx- dollar. Tor unfurnish
'Wre Box 522, Pedro Miguel, C ,inately SC acres, partly cleared 2 No. I Second
ox 522,me coffee trees large river. Seven ____________ Sret. Telephwe 3-2964.
room house foar condition, near. .* -ero '- r|
A! Secretary Seeks Position.. El Hato and Panamerican -ghway. F -oiRENT,-- bedroom md, I
Avohe October first. Thoroughly Write A. C. Box 134 P-saama. NUN 16nSnt 8 W w eBithrage
c se presnt .i1 secreo.a'l work and e R S CALE.-rs at re, I a oc t o Porr ,,
o ficf routine. Highly recommend- FOR SALE.---Corn|er t i ne re,
f-. o8.Parcel of land, 2% .thwith
esSON S Thudcity and Canal Zea.. eINarlse nu a .U MWi ter r w as N .
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.... 'omei \ 'i e..r D ,e. The stage is set for what could turn out to be
SYRACU N.Y. Sept. e19 one of the most spectacular prize fights ever een in
ed that he would give up th the Republic tomorrow night at the Colon Arm s
.. "ors e "terw she crown to whm oIdk.
or the middleweight hA- Crw when world-fam d Corky Gonzales of Denver
y A.M. if he ontinu great Colrado meets the local idol Panama Feath.
At Od -W day A.M. 449ficultim In makin the weight Champion Federico
Ilmit for the welterweight claw. ampion Federco Plummer.
... H.. I'l decide in fiv or alx
r"I'l decide In five- 0o The two boxers rested today 73 pro fights. has only elght
-- -reqm ,to tr i diansare entitled to Canal Zoneweeks,'" said the great Cubath oit a k o t hM ei t

t awr benu aiw le hea grams in excellent a condt on d ends before sthe
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rw rebdeo- 5 er a kin kout adI Vctor Aprfla of Palm ta niuldht
Sf'h' s r e ,let I s bsui.,- .e T hecha e n statement er by d ste he "so
the den in cm,, e-as means that t is pible he ,aya more power thna he boys will be going all out for a
-a Ma.na nmwl be adct u e wil not fulfill his obligation generally ereted with h v championship o. a u
S o u chlren wao ave th lee C omndan to defend Pl ummer. on the othr hand Chcor ad oind at 2 6-en
uth boofad mVill bitner '5 hectic rounds amidst the pro-thktate ?nthe 's local ixrondmer h a tndawll

a get emk IatI AT? t leave the I st the te wlthn days. shape of hra lditfe. He has never get started with a four-round
tue wek teuuk ou a ptrt or the crowd.

of an admission avilan's prestige took a hard the bout as quickly as possible. Sk a wo nd
Regration for t 3men- aJesLCsldtre who hve ot blow last niht despite rico 22 knockouts in 39 iomit o f 120 pounds.
't--og- elm at Porl ,igiMb- ,nr test mgstpro bouta certailny puanly him Reserved ringi-de ducata cost
Swr' t o t o teor beginner's t st must o the son of an onion onafde kneout artit. 5. general ringde $4, enerl
I dobmeEansthat dIt Is padboys tWla fa re gon 5l outfora
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4" ~~3 5Sl children who hist il no chage amtfor round a ndest Cgger
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yeohe Tw of t an a sbsion ao Feditr rounds lithou gh Badllo i
A Siimta:fr ez _e ANchildra e thatn whob f not blou h last night despite his ti ow oM ifimRevrisd c

ot u -p4 hebs h ll Pis left Down Middlalt c t e Of The Line
wachFet for th"-f po leuns. FolC- teL.xeicd erat- are Iwued upon closed.

the for .in the ihrd of ca sI tU t Ilatrr oaomple ton of mer i the the 6 M0 aecttorys who paid -hr -
the n" - du- eap t sded by a responsible'itts -74,319, (a record for central en the game s over and air-tight defender of the Cr
O.~-T -stMod _-stt odNew York State) cheered Baasio the sport-writers go about the tobal line.
tar dacontnuoly dung the fight ob of detallan the account of Statn mtho with only a
Smany werecif ta s l t football year behind him is
S2 I UtSted t nd benn- wgth there de-54 Burt n to the boys on stuorn 19 p ounds linesmad
attached isio t rthe line; thos e e o bru ers t t and will y th e their ta-slete a
S aB .9ae.m. ttake plenty of punashment... Cristoba.. f t-sril team.
pond. In hiis previous flzht, for the baekfld, hnl the line laying in nthe midde and Ralph

S5& A b i fi ) r M- ad avl vorite dwo stella performed o The backffed too hTis been
a 'rF am,., ,lug ., tha- h to et a ne A e i for thepo r bea th work fom halef back wit Bob
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Sf 10, bayete-t.But the 1953 edition of gershould h he ed a ad e deb
C s. Danie n. t H.ou pl rlaut et by h the Cflhe aTilers may write a nt tublea th tcheis Palumbo an
MissL l a any wera le vociferous in sl inesisehth n ou fro t e 1rp be hnd sa

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ST tet p tho 4, t timer. evenly maithea d terna int IRob.
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felt l t 1. BtS-rerd m c5assed he foned G no w AdaItmd bertoTn to g rsas l a s thes showed v

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. .i au t b4 thie Dtaus te faas Py % let t Aoea n d Aing se balle made It' debut on
dues et by u C i uarll 3 lumbo's confidence wIt t coaches Paunbo an
f o ewot J, Ol, more than creditable season and Moer can look to the bench for

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S WAGNIMB WINS NOMINATION Manhattan Borough President NW YORK, Sept. 19 (P oramen
Robert, Wagner. Jr., and Ms. Wagner appear very happy after Dr. Marek Korowlca member of fles at
It became apparent that he had defeated Mayor Vincent m- the Polish Communist dega Nw
peolltteri for the Democratic mayoralty nomination of New York. tion to the United NMos to
Wagner said he accepted his victory "with humility" and that It sought refuge in the M
had "restored control of our party to the people." States last night after "acap- br
Ing" from his countrymen by A
n eating out of thr anh&tta n
Poles Claim Cardi al Spetlman o er
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SSoughfi USNazi Wartime Alliance 0-1-1
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LONDON, .Sept. IS. (UP)---The A Warsaw propaganda broad- ew ori s d a em aer Of the l t
Communist radio chared today ouat based the charge, on al- lish de
thatr izck. ddl a pellman leged_ testimony by a witness.orkon the
tried I to called Chroecki at liner Liberte Sept. 14 an d
ersade the United tats and of Bishop Czeslaw' Kacmarek housed with' other Polish o U.No eN
i rI ali to j mn forea with Nazi and four other Polish Catholics dbel n h f o h
OGrmanw for an attack on Rus- on trumped-up "spy" charges. Cha amHo in Manhat o
At 8 a.m. Wednesday he t .N
The broadcast quoted Chrom- ed down the stars to the ninth *
ecki as saying the Cardinal "en- floor, took the elevator to the 1
IA A C[ bX Joyed extra-territorial rights and ground and called a refugee Poilg as a_ M
T made tripe to the Vatican to formerly
facilitate the conclusion of a d in Warsaw, whom he
S A compromise peace and the nw The Poah reg took
SIlaunchl of a joint attack on himin and hid him until
the E&9 by NaJst rah, day.
,ll S Great B tn and,the am very happy to be
United astes." the free wOuld," orowlasa U
SN.C.,". 1p. The tS also said the pre- "fe In tla a.
(UP) The 01O Texle Work- wa mar nunci vola Y asteday for N t
era Union said today It had .11'tm tiht3e d to 6m1 b0en al to m at y I he w w ve
evidence that the rivaAL Te- o mo tion o "t bn able to "my what I leftly
tile Workers Union was in tot- eriple Polsb isiatanc to the .
tearing financial condition German ia ntan," the Red ra- "I have let m pot u lt
Boyd E. Payton, TWUA South- do 'qd. member of the legation m
em organizng director, released The ,only Informloa offered WarUsa in order to o
two letr he said did not to supportthe was thework for the
S up" with statements by gato spothat h roas eI was Of MY people and other free pa.
Ro ,C. Cboool Greeuaboro a Polish coneslar offtieal in Pa- O bythe
School de Thursday that SWorowei sal he had Mted
the union ais entin and said The broadcast did hot explain the -US. State Department for
,t haa "never been stronger" how a ollsh. underling came to asylum and. had am a eW
ayton. released a copy of a know- bout the "secrt machin- reiigautlon to the Peis
letter which he M d was written atonsa" of the Vatican, nor did and tohe United
by loyd Klenert, UTWA aewore- it so how the WeUeoh In W eseUngto N the e g
tar-treasurer, to Its oMltars obtained Polish no- partru 10ent A D*it :in63
S ":. a letter apid Klenert and tces. Department v "conde -
ot.=r top union officials had de- The broadcast said the War- rwlca's request far politled my- nI
Cit ed to maintain the present sa "ou" began hearing wit- lumaM
staff of organizers "even if i t neuses--incluing a ren 'ede Wheoe D 6ermnr mar
as necessary to go on half frlst-after the last oft thhop no evemenemetadler nsmth asmt o f
salary and expenses or no pay kacmnarek's co-defeddants had inaeltlnett ltheg a n Sed
day-,at l .' I ^-saaitatiene amdo om h we is
a t a stumbled through a "enfesson" lbeens
-Aherefore," the letter "con- of his ult. [m"n u sed thoat the e-w yI
inLEI, Pit becomes my unpleas- It Is a foregone conclusion that M vi tg
ent duty to pay you only half the five defendants-theprae d Dish- nn--tia tmP"U _e
the amount above shown on opthree priests and a nun- "-it-!_a _n
your report..." will be found guilty. "e in6 ID 3U9&en11
- ,_Afr hast 95 per cent of the Ut

maintained only of byIdlag _
the Soviet Union," he gam. .t o
:- -iR But he predicted Poland wil l -in been
T remain under Communist dom- will d
r natiooa until the "day of lIher-
S-orowles said emna n P- theme to
laud he had heard *mors of I e
mu"t ble" between Reaenu 's events
. ts epubHes and between BRosela es .l- revived nr,
re mier Georgi Baabe aB Gena& or ]
j the Red army. APol-l s p
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rnW ORLEANS, Sept. 19 (P)
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fants, born as Siamese twins but
separaMt Thursday In a baM-
nuaia operation., "rested
toda anA doctors aid '
chance for survival mines
with every hour.
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do welt, t better their cha
are ftor irvval," aid Dr. 3 ,
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where the Surgery was perk'
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tl we .- pat of
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