The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01722
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01722
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imme Members who attend the Unit-
ed States Citizen Association oi
meeting tonight will hear a
S "most discouraging" report on
the results of the recent voting
S-Oin Ancon for alternates to their
Board of Directors. E t We
:IE IMrs. Margaret Rennie, chair-
. man of the Anoon voting, said
rt came r today she was "very discouraged" -- -
formanst S with the poor turnout UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Sept. 21 (UP) Russi's
i baPeple have a tendency to sit An4rei Y. Vishdesky demanded today that the United14a-
Sbe ld they expect this assocton ons Se Cuincil take immediate action to prohibit
tact" to function, and do any good," atomic and i- ien weapons and to order the dis-
tes abroN4 ase claimed. "everyone must pull aromc ass' n o d t oth
e to ahe claimed. everyone ll mantlig e mitary bars in foreign countries.
knows a- r ts members of the or l- The veteran Kremlin mouthpiece put before the
Comm o nation ha also voiced thr General Assembly what appeared to be little more than
Sctp" t after votig re-
suits at seemed to nd- a rehash of Soviet atomic proposals previously rejected
Darthy eubcqmunlttje cate co disinterest in the by the West.
conceded te p outcome of the elections. The
at Weria's r turnout in Balboa was termed He presented a resolution which would have the As-
rbe a iSant "sood." sembly note that the end of the Korean war had created
has been out The annual meeting of the "'ore favorable conditions" for international measure
re than a m USCA wl begin at 7:30 p.m. at to avert a new world war and recommend:
imittee has beea the Cristobal High School audilk
intact with him for' torium. All members will have I. "Unconditional prohibition States has 49 air bases in 27 f w
e length of time." the privilege of the floor tonight. of atomic, hydrogen and other eign countries-has been sas i.
however, he said the Mrs. Rennie. who was former- weapons of mass destruction" ed annually by Rusmi anspoMs.
ee Is sWt investlga ly resident of the USCA, said with the Becurity Council In- men here.
later and does not yet tot .'that she has worked fo; structed to prepare "without de- In d that thi Comma-
usive pof that the th comma y for 12 years and lay" an agreement to "Insure In- nist de=mmU0 concerningthe
f to Seria ray feels that sone of the younger international control of such pro- Korean pence conference meR-
M leader people should be willing to take hibition." bership 1ust be n22
Se r over some of th e jo she has 2. e Adurtton by Blne na ID e
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tau gave the story only
one pagraph and pointed out
that "rumors of a fght by Be-
rta e not been poved,"
Ontergman newpaners al-
so Ahadled the stery aex.
"rumor story" to be vie*d
skeptically. ____
Coanboo Bov Hurt
'n Bicycle Fall
A $-year-old .American boy
from Oambes was trate fo
face *nd dy lacerationsbo
yesterday after
he bicycle onto the
ot of Oatrd
ble list, Ronald
Sa coma for several
Mnu the fall In .whih
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selveIft, H 4when It comes to 3. hat the Security Counci
doing something," they just "take measures for the disman-
aren% available. tling of military base in ftreiga
territories, recognizing this as a
Besides her report on the vot- most Impostant contribution to
Ing, also Included In the agenda insure lasting peace and see -
of oaight's meeting will be: a ity." J
pot of the USCA's represen- 4. Cessation of propagah
Statwr on their recent mission campaigns "In a number 9f
in Wn, completion of cou.t.ies" designed to "sUma-I
the A aoltion's policy In regard late hostility and hatred" whihI
to each of the recommendations are nIncompatible with the fun-
of the QOperal Accounting Of- damental princlles and pur-
fice, and notifications of pro- poses of the U'*T
o for agesgs in the Aao- At the same time, Vishia-
laton's by-laws. sky declared nl the AimMlyN
general debate on polley that
NNI l On the Communist demands eon-
S' cernming the eemposltion of the
la Nes h gha. Korean peace conferenee
~am "must be met and euanot f#I
to be mt."
Sept. 21 Vishinsky's disarmament pro-
(U) The H lBtting-ham posals were essentially the same
oris are fatoo ts/ose in the as those he nu presented for
ude of un ottuham 8o- the past six years.
zd oArtise t'btit there Is a The Russian call for an acrs-
1a.pelful 40-ye l mother the-beard one-third reduction of
bnt. all armed forces has been e-
BSmith Mts ago ad- Oted by the West as beng
d for els "in theloaded In favor of the olet
bi youthU'4o pose for the I Union. which has the laft
N!ofitfhafJl ter-. Butt the' land forces.
loal girsk th-rproached said Previous assemblies have re-
"ty wee 1w by ejected Vibhnaky demands. i-
W up *toped the mother lar to this year's, for c on
6o= =h i who is Identi- of .ProP nd "hate" mm-
fled oU au,"'w" and saved the palgM. wich the West contends
a- re festered chltefly by the
e waua. ,odel before she Kreumlain.t
mnaed, Wlab aid. and doesn't Maintenance of foreign. mfll-
went Jirniibor to know a- tary naval and air b "-
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"Non-be i But countries,
ahou)d also in
conference if they are director
Interested in a Far Eastern seI
tlement and could contribute o
Its suceess."
He was referring to the r
lution sponsored by the Un-
States and the other U.N.
rean war allies which the w "
sembly approved In August.
Ing for a two-sided con_
of belligtrents only, plus l &
if "the ether side desires it."
Communist China and Mbrtbi
Korea countered with a demand -.
that the Assembly reopen "tt
debate on the conference aet-up
They called for a round-tabi
parley among all the belliger-
ents Wft Russia, India, Indo-
nesia, Pajdeman and Burma In-
cluded m w .
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mands. on the comn '
the conference w cm
met and emaot fall to be ,
Iof i .pnot the
ed and a|
service tode ee ies
who are not interested
successful worit .of the
Vshinsy amused the
Mates of adoptingA nm
sition" In ppo z rened
bate. ,
He said the stand taken
SecretarOfy atf John
ules indicated Amerea.
"no particular Interest" ',In
Korean political conference
the problem e ov facing the
Vishiuaky asaild
1selgu p icy as
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and jb-.*"
I"D. lnwile said. "told a- taw e
t .to V. a elq e, whad ope
t *or of the mansion of peaS
vited the Soviet Union let
cvWejew that UAfo.egin
to c rrobwrate what Dm1.
VsAfeem this retarum.2 TW
there Is much evAi-
to tndieate that revere
o IhWave take the uppqG
Vishinsky denounced the Ana
-X agreement among the UJL.
Australia and New Zealand. A-
meriean support of South KO-
rean President Syngman IA
and "a whole host of
for military bases wI ih, c
ay to Dulles, must wOrt O .ton
US. armed for"cs f.DUth,,
more effective operation." -
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--ow"-n Noi me PANAMA AM RICAN Pt". I Labor News
muNrn av NLSoN 0Ue4usvULLIwn teas
87 H STRI.r PO ox 134. PANAMA, R. O P A .
m. -.I* IEN *. oDVANCe._ is 4O 04 on By Victor Riesel

scouts in America today are nei-
ther at the Yankee Stadium nor
rP I AA A b l f A Brooklyn's Ebbets Field they
are in St. Louis, working the ho-
tel corridors. And they're not
The Mad ioxi s an open forum foi ,i.ders of The Panama Amer- reporting back to any clubhouse.
scan Letters are received gritsfully and are handled in a wholly cont- they're telephoning directly to
denim manner. the White House via Assistant
.r you cnntribute a letter don't be impatient t at doesn't appeal> the President Sherman Adams' per-i
sex, .ay. Leetenrs e published in the order received. sonal aide, the "anonymous"
Please Pry to keep the letters limited to one paseo length. Max Raab.
Identify of letter writers 1s held in strictest contfdence. The White House scouts are
Thi newspaper assume no responsibility for statements as opinions trying to discover just what sort
expressed in lerters from readers of reception Secretary of State
-- o John Foster Dulles will get next
JhSOtTO FOwlgtnxThursday when he steps up to
TRANSPORTATION FOR DEPENDENTS the AFL's convention platform-
on which will be ex-Secretary of
Coco Solo, C Z. Labor Martin Durkin.
k-1 The White House has been tel-
L.a sonicone explain which rule is being overlooked in the phoning these pastruction few days toprept.
lullowing case.' aratory to having the man who
Almost two yeais ago, a Chief, his Aife. and his mother-in- wrote the Japanese peace trea-
law came to the Canal /.one for a tour of duty. They arrived via ty attempt to make peace with
IMSTS. all three under orders. the embattled AFL leaders. Well, "
Now the kile and mother-in-law request return transporta- the White House can call in I t
tiun, and it is denied to the mother-in-law because she is "'i-- scouts for here is what will hap-
niocially independent." This woman made her home with the pen if Dulles does fly to St. Louis. [
L.nllf and her daughter for the past eighteen years, which proves He will be graciously received
trat she can very well be considered a Dart of the family, and -though much of the Elsenhow-
tuat sne was not brought here for a "Caribbean Cruise." The er foreign policy will be criticl- I
*v,.man is 85 .cars old. almost blind, and dependent on her daugh- ed for cooperating with conserv-
t.r i or personal care, the kind money doesn't buy the con- active elements abroad.
siaeration given an aged mother oy her own child. However, the simple act of I
The fact that the mother was honest in stating that she is inviting Dulles to the conven-
linanclally Independent Is a detriment In this case; since the tion is a sign of friendship.
mother and daughter must seek private transportation to return Not because the AFL la ITvgil
to the States. Under normal circumstances, the U. S. Govern- him a platform after the fel n
meant would provide return transportation for the Chief's wife, between Eisenhower and Dur-
but due to the fact that the aged mother cannot travel alone, kin. But because the AFL has
the wife must also seek private transportation. not, in many years, Invited the
Secretaries of State of even
'Would not the U. S. Government provide transportation for such men as Franklin Roosevelt
a maid. the citizen of another country, for the convenience of and Harry Truman. who have
other service dependents? Then would is deny transportation been referred to In the past as .
to the aged mother of this dependent? American labor's most Impor-
In my own opinion, it would seem very fitting and proper if tant business agents.
buth the wife and mother-in-law, were allowed to return via Neither former Secretaries of
2MSTS. enabling them to travel together, with the mother-In-law State George Marshall nor Dean
paying a reasonable sum for her transportation and food. Acheson were ever asked to ad- *
It should be understood that this letter is not being written dress the AFL. To get 9 l)bor
for any personal reason, other than the fact that I believe any platform 'these former Fair Deal
one of us could easily be placed If the very same oircumatances, officials had to go to the CIO
and I am sure I would more than appreciate the same considera- conclaves.
tion I believe proper for them. The invitation to Dulles by theB y I
Thank you. AFL was a deliberate effort by
Another Dependent its policy makers to point out -
.. that they approve of. although
reserving the right to criticize TANGIER, Morocco. I used to think that
GUESTS ARE PRESENT the broad Eisenhower Dulles this was a pretty glamorous town, full of wicked-
foreign policy, while they reject- ness. Intrigue, violence and dirts doings. It is
r ed that of Marshalland Ache- still full of intrigue, but most of the other a -
son. Take that as fact. tributes have vanished. The Aralian Nights ad-
Could the sudden activity of the Grounds Maintenance Divi- This, however, was not un- Dect has largely gone, done to deatb by Money.
sion be caused by the presence of the investigating committee? derstood by the White House
Drive through Diablo Heights and observe the neatly cut lawns, staffers. So they have been And the subdued air of violoece,so obvious just
bushes and hedges. especially the edged lawns along the curbs. scouting the AFL leaders now after the war, when all the no-godQ from every.
'She first time in the two years that I have lived in this section. in St. Louis to learn whether .w1.Wre. 4 evds ,and murder-
Thinking of the above causes me to wonder if possibly the Dulles will be booed or treated VA n. C related, has
-rce'" reductions in some me.t sand vegetable items eoqld have rudely. Unless some extreme mostly of the in-
asired by this same presence. fiction organises an anti- nd rdWil town.
l-- L,, N""lles demonstration. t h I d
V"WKthe oeo l co n y now being con- Won't happen. tth lt a free portu
tha rass ano/ weeds will' be allowed to grow and creep use di fear the' iterna-
b ck to their usual place, all over the 'waks. Bushes and hedges nal repercussions throughout havens fto ruf and vs an axe to
again resume their natural mangy- look. and Compissary the Orient of a hostile labor grind ainst t roat that came along. They
SIces will be restored to the normal high level we are accustom- demonstration In America a- caiie,m axein hand, '
ed to pa ing. against Its foreign policy
Oh me, guess we need more committees. spokesman. Some t the smuggling budne

the-scenes mand ineuvers er tt-
Sme of the most dawfU .and. tyySeSr dmt. n.i.

tempted to pull the smae coup the world flocked here tt
with the AFL. seIuar deviates, drunks, bumr, I
He plans to tell the 650 influ- fugitive, war criminals, shady ladies, rich idlers,
I A ental debate that their inter- and characters In the best Hollywood sense. A
entilonal delecouteer th ma verinter- lot of tm are still here. including a couple of
Sainst the global Communist bogusbarons,some rumparung andjaded social-
IKLUIl ^ network has helped the free ites, and some colorful floaters.
rontsrld beaTh back M osow on ande A few oT the old standbys remain Dean. the
Presents: operation run by the world's d-wden- bartender, whose tiny saloon is the communiCl-
ternational Committee, headed tons center ofthe town: Jay and Bin, the two
by First Vice President Matthew Americana who have done well ruling a fancl-
W h ecied-u h otd nd apple-pie eaf, for the chic
.Woll whose executive secretary trade, Grio reaves, the Ausalian newspa-
in Jay Lovestone. The Interna-
CENTRAL rtng At 1 00 optional Committee has men inpermn who nose for'ne a s
-T'-Rome. Berlin ad Parsnoe. which lon. tixdytSenA .
were the office i directed b ywhostil li ....what heu s ,6.all' e bt.
Irving Brown. yn ti --cU1. bad people IT .4orMW Sir
Just For Oe Day Only! have kept the critical l aa ta.
*__ *o * __* mirs ..... the47
I-hwr -and may well g ,i to fr .
have ,Tved the 1954 election, ut #a_ -. o d nre banks.
as he 9 the German election. n d,= r,- .inks V ys. And
MiAT JOS FERRER awos hThe*s? new, do apart-
-PlMIlto that he takes hs -' -

PRICES W. t"" a-*..er a.W
and ema Earkin speech, of an-

I} ThLo .Te Al. ohlefs are especially
bitter over an angry threat the
President threw at Durkln in the .--
now famous hajf-hour effort to
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Tin Tap Marcelo and LilUa pido & Vale, tI
Plst: Ninda Sevilla. in
"ADVE. IN RIO" and Two TechnicolIlr s!

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This came when President a
Eisenhower, who is not altogetbh,
er well,Wd was fatigued by his L
Wtripp ck over the 0
death of the Justice Vinsop, I
snanned a:
"All right, has had Its i
chance. lerw never be an- w
other labor maJ pointed." b
That remark, i all over APL a
circles now and f had two ef-.
fects. One, oxf AN .0 was to em-
bitter such men9 aAL npr6 ldent
Oeorwe Meany. on a New Deal- I
Fair Deal me t, f
The other been to alarm I
the powerful p an bor 5
bloc which aefl controls a a
majo .p -M M votes at U
mthe They don't
want to b ut. from the a
White Ho -r _jB u ey were
during th.e ID* regimes.
Eat neither do they want to B
stick their n wPr out unless a
they get a MS al ed from
Present Usihoa .
go, if Dullg S tvh m some- 4
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hi, and mirit. tdneon ai opa d
ull ot everything, and huge cat and'fny la- nt
dlex In fancier clothe traffic Jams and tea,
ae and Afrlpcll d jLh '
About a l cMn NlUri t tl- 9oplMa- r tv
tion. There is no accurate count banks, be- pl
cause a new one saDings up more or less dally.
The towwihas; buBlt- 4,tti, Wjy'A* updIn the .iV
mountains, in what used to be wilderness. Smug-. Oh
.glers hte .hqemn jpetaht b tiiaMs men. eove
Busineses open and bualnessea close. s ieredoes '
not seem to be room for one more project, be- '2
cause theo*wrsU g Itself alive wtth jnoAOy .
money, t money, the CeaUIbali-m
of money 'm l yse. has prtty weUll
kMed the felhaended, vy as- J.r-
pect of rty lvea towtd y the toe
few points of International monetary "exAn ge tha
the solid Tanler market of uco ntroI; d cash ,

and less voumecan
big kil ings in T anal Ba4
who set up the T er corpora a ,a
devious dodge whereby moneys can be cai
from the peeog ees of Incomee fall
and where secdriW' h cane -bel *Me
from possible ec back home.
But the coffdBumin interest In money hi
lllzed the town Ma once knew It. TI'lerd
little opportunity here now, either illegal o
becauSA tp ealy homers corner e WNa
and hogged the commerce. There are p
aires here today who came in a hurry,.
bucks Id the* 41ttered pait$, one J puin
of the cops no m6re.than six years ago.
And yt tI**Aut4i1 can still be h4
the M chan..g. .e

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ceutirrting pr dettog; G.M/imayoftsl hfM su
impression on defense. m
backed Stimson on sharing A-secret.
WASHINGTON. There's so much censoreh1 a ei .
tagop these days that no. one dar ag .aJ f ubja
Secretary of Defense Wilsobnh.pplkcy Geod
duction hut Charlie is going Aheadw@ h .caQcerIja
,aynei.vertheuess, the opposition j vy rap
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on advisers at first thouit thv had W
e s 1Generl Motork hydrom W
; rc. '~Th~l Has cut ato back -pu
S for exactly the teb Pe
no wet to risk conwntratt i- defense pro
one or two plants. ,.
nud fSkr a ialso ota ab m se
4 he -ln .ht e jc amo4 1 -1.
thqk kyt it HUfrom .M. :- K .. ,a,.
Th rtalmeilt willatffeet not only employ .- .
the steel Industry. sinee te mot6r companies are among t
customers of steel. -OWt ast week ftlioW 40 eor cet
aatoeutbacR may late r affecthe ecofomnwo ti ari
This is why military mear inside eftU
arile Wilson condenfratton po'ev assauf aAa.e
llcy of spreading production out among many Sma
even if it cost mere. *' .

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umn reported Aug. 17, "was
"For example, three big
and General Motors are pi
lowing Wilson's new policy. J
the kuning by direct ordi

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thes ao soo ip ol"' te iMcQufde to e
"SOi qe Wivea ub. decree. Astor
a, divorce and

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weeks after
Ch Belows "Fill Mrs. Helen Din=m
tac t me a rni .at 9:00
to*tcat Memberu of 0me
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theygWbos4 "!toClib meet
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Sof dor tin, member e hhschool hm n 1 on
Lerdence. d 30 facurti; lan4Mru -ntd. Marie, crule in the FiTi
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Tw i~as *of Thoer course winbi be tuvic iddrual Ia

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Rabbi Wilir
Speaks Tonight
At St Luke's

Rabbi Nathan Witkin is sch.ed-
.llSpt. WABS GTON, Bep1.l a Coca-Cola fortune. Jim de- uled to be the guest speaker at
V A- Lat WWeek'% New York.tletory of selted Roosevelt in 1940 and has the Tower Club of the Cathedral
Bob Wagner r., sonf m t in Deen on Lh losing side ever of St. Luke tonight. The drec-
S SZZ rte e e Abor since. of t. Luke tonight. The direc-
eAct, the lid Age PenIdm Act 3. New York will send liberal tor of the USO WB Armed
and the Railway pension At,Democratic delegation t the Forces Servic Center has re
oa s brought& some hurried. wor- next Prestuientlal convention, cently returned from an exten-
Sadvsers in the Republican high Keauver, or a oSpy" Wl- of his exprienee there.
lic tFrtmand. lama wdi Ubt. nominated.
Faor w"Wyt the W e. All this, in. the upinion of the This is the frst nm.etlng of
idge 0ouna to is the b ,%r r- smart men around Ike, means the Tower'Club of the 1953-54M!
ive g urgence of the New Deal alhe that he w.'. have to play more season. Thc meetings, restrict-
,e -in last November's elections. attention Lo big-city Issues such ed to couples and dedicated to
et c It also is taken as confWict- as public housing, prices, and strengthening the solidarity of
odn of what the originalU~~.hr discrimination. the family are held in Bishop
awer Republicans have been Morris Hall on the third von-
1 Miss C lSiag thV White Hou*. until NOTE-Or.e thing that car- day of each month, starting
noted tey are tired of It. Repuplians ried political impact in New with a buffet supper at 6:30.
8, e Senatr Ives of New York. York recently was the fact that
ator Duff of ennsylvania Elsenhower met in the Waldorf Further information about
Sand Undeisecreta y at Com-' with his antl-discrimination the Tower Club and its actlvi-
ereae Walter William of committee, after laying' the ties may be secured by calling
S ashingtoi. state have been cornerstone of the Baruch h ea- either the presidents. Mr. and
i warng t.t Uke was pot elect- ing project and Instructed ttCm Mrs. Leonard Brockman at Bal-
d bythe reactionary wng of to weed out discrimination from boa 1638. or the Secretaries,
I the eonubcan Party, bu by a go-ernment contracts. Cart. and Mlrs. James 8. Guy at
t many Democrats and 11- Then, a cay or so later. fol- Ft. Claytou 5227.
ral Rapt.UIcans. Therefore, lowing an appeal from Gov.
ey wa~ he upqst nt ol- Jimmie Byrnes, h instructed
the. exclusive advice of Secretary of Agriculture Behuson
ht-wiA advisers, from Denver to omit the anti-
Brief 4 mmarlzed, here is discrimination clause from gov-
itq the Wagner primary vic- ernment farm-loan contracts.
or, thie tor for mayor of New York is
,r+^n Roomeu or Ensign Wills FOR TR
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mwi-, t To Serve On
eve .Dee USS W. C. Lowe G R E A
Sever fE nsign Donald F. WUlis, son of
of and.fan he wn Mr. and Mrs. George A. Wills of
S and Bto the Ialhbe, who graduated third in
.Tom b t giags XWXPoint. has been aogiD A Y ,
i In '56; om-ig hi.em on AUgUst 10 fromD
Sriol k eeps. ell 4 U. S WUllam C. Lowe a
Oka AwW &l' .as the Engineeri 1
nd nwith P JilM Us posed as the great Me .willu j bis B hip on Oeto-
a the-monlh picker t winners. But the eal ber 15 In Cuba to participate i
Islands Their tact Is that Jim hasn't tcked a manmves before continuing
Ild quatly in winner aiLe he rode Franklin to Newpor, Rhode Island, a
e, In qmspar o .e coattalls to fame and theM. to the Mfedterranean.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (UP) per cent. Treasury Secretary trees
Democratic Sens. Richard B. George M. Humphrey has said 9 Timber tree
russell (Ga.) and Estes Ke- present p.rns are to let the 12 Kind of
fauver (Tenr..i joined an Eisen- levies expire. cheese
hover Republican today in flat- Specuaition over a possible 13 Indigo
ly opposin5 the idea of a na- administration request for a na- 14 Extinct bird
tional sales tIax to replace levies tional sale. tax reached a new 15 Take turns
which run cut in January. peak Saturday when Rep. Noah 17 Insect larva
Kefauve. and Russell, two of M. Mason (R-Ill.) said Pres- 1 Insect larva
tb,. Senate's most influential ident Eisenhower is planning to 19 Watch again
L'emocrats, said they are "aun- ask Congress to enact a fiv 21 Conte st of
alterably opposed" to the 'pro- per cent retail sales levy. speed
Spo .. Mason. a member of the tax- 23 Sesame
The Repuiblican, Rep. Jacob writing House Ways and Means ,23 Sesame
KI. JLvits 'N. Y.). said the best Committee, joined Committee m24 Brazilianw
solution would be to keep pres- chairman Daniel A. Reed (R- 27 Share
ent taxes on the books. N. Y.) in opposing the plan. 29 Buddhist
He referred to the excess. He said he will introduce a& Driest
profits tax on business which Is fin" ternative a bill -to impose 32 Syrup trees
Salad to expire Jan. 1 when an eight per cent manufactur- 34 Amphitheater
i'Sional income tax rates also ersa' sales tax on all finished 36 aitch for
ian scheduled to drop about 10 to's t replace preset excise 37 Reach for
es. He ctlmated hb propoI 38 Warm
sal would incroasre revenues by 39 Pace
UHUM h rev has iid th ad- Guidos scale
ministry aion is considering the 42 Trees' leaves
Spossibiltir ft a federal sales tax, turn in
9xcludfng otily such essentials as Autumn
f 1 L I tood and medicine. to raise up- 44 Employer
SHusband wards of $10,000,000,000 a year. 4Lenest
S eoUngH u But a treasury spolksroin said -19Loud
MIAMI, Sept. 21 (UP) -A "no decision" has been made 54 Make lace
shapely strawberry blonde, who' yet. edging
said she is a former actress, ws Russel ard Kefauver, both un- 54 Deserters
held today for first degree mur- successful candidates for the 56 French coin
der in the shooting cr f dher 53-1 Democratic presidential nomi- 57 Spanish
year-old husband in their Sash- nation last vear. dpnounc.d the measure
lonable Miami shor es apartment opposess sales tax in scrlrate 58 Withered
Detective John Berdeaux said interviews and expressed doubts 59 Footlike part
Mrs. Charles Zint calmly admit- that Congress would approve 40 Formerly
ted killing her husband,- identlit sAr 61 Former
I as a retired Chicago indus- Russell a- he is unaltear- Russian ruler
trallat. Mrs. int dashedfromably opposed to any national,
aartment last night andisales tax under any guisthe." He'-
s to opalmend last ng and ,
idneighbors:P a "manufacturers' sales.
Is tdid something terrible tax" instead of a retail levy is !-
ie husband" "juht a disguise, trying to dress
i ty husband." had Ien up I n0a1at ab e lca ting
The pretty 30-year-old house- It up In a palatable coating
,'' described herself to officers Felauvear told reporters, "II
as a free-lance actress who had don't think it would pass Con-
appeared in "several movies" press. At.lea4t, not with my vote
during eight years in Hollywood, 'm unalterably opposed to it "
while working under the profes- Russell said the principle of
.sional name of, Jean Stratton. A federal sales tax is "not in
The name was not listed in mo- accord with the Democratic
.on picture files or almanacs' doctrine of taxation according
however, to the abiEty to pay." He said ui
Mrs. Zint told Berdeaux that the sales tax is necessary in
her husband had been drinking some case at the state level
heavily for the past few days. because many states do not INS
She said he drove off and left have enough other wealth to
her In a bar in nearby Holly- tax.
wood. Fla., yesterday and that He said be believes th'.o sales Itojii i
she had to come home in a taxi. tax is one revenue-producing
Then. she said, a "violent argu- field tbhlt the federal govern-
ment" began ment sabauld leave to the'
She said when her houband states, especially since It has 'MAZiN N
threatened to get a dagger she partially "dried up" potential Ju dise
took a .25 caliber automatic from revenue from state income tax- Ad"CId4
the closet. Mrs. Zint said her es.
husband curse her and started
toward her.
"That's when she shot him."
said Berdeaux. "'She shot hhn
once in the heart V" igour Restored
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hittd ilhot while watching tel'. eur y W ne vser .i
v ne dboiofIkly skin. depresaniiO.
vision but didn't think any- and poor sleep, because ao Amerlean .
thing of it at the time. Later he Dector has discovered a quick. measy
said Mrs. Zint called out that Ti d i -esovar In inpleamsnt, esar-
&he had shot her husband. to-take tablht form. Is absolutely
.The gun was found by police harmless, does away with gland op. i
en aqua ere deI raUons and In bringing new youth 0o-'d---oh
on a couch covered In a towel. and vlgou r to thousands. it works dl.
The s u s p ect's six-year-old reatl *n the glands and nerves, and
daughter by a previous mar- tu w. rich blood eeand energy in
riage, April Starr. was sleeping getting younger. Your eyes
in a bedroom at the time of the so ar, you f aeel slve and full of
t Youtctff1i vigour and power.
Aniidq.' iu. and ad
AW eaux said the couple was vigour c i .rb a
married last July in Maryland been proved by thousands and Is anow
They had met In Chicago, where make. yourfeel rull ofvt,-our and
Zint sold his aluminum business enert and years ounger A ..pe'a
about 'ix years ago. Mrs. Zint btte of 48 Vi-Tab costs little.
said abe and her husband had from yourfu
been quarreling "off and on" chem.it today. u
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"ka i M t ";*,-l."' Bac ,# m n .l#lT. -' l il~a'li^ reel c9 of her Olmp-l-- tes Bob Ryan's trying to reactl- I !-* T9Z!' -9!
llio Br.,oa- 4th Prcpo and e *p fI othe ta .o p a S E
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rth. .& . R. Albritto*, Asstant "Whibe Christmas" wiad role r would be o reat for him. AS 54 I
S alMotr.nant u r.'. u of Y Gran( Co euEl l ,--acggn thte sthre r nor lstr e .. .. H
S lf, Jr, l t o ] i j about Rosemary Cloo ,ey. yLETTERS... to t l 2 Q4

f. B oos. Arthr. for r that *be turned We w.e From Barnarra Smith of gere Weai We| M a
-' rr~d wnto E .. t r w _rk C4.. e npalit-in'- P. x's ". e Be._ _e ila iOV',Clty. 8. D.: ".rance. alftrd. ,N.T. Pas. 3N.T. Pas H
a rea cli ofnUp) and that tem l to .roles.y agree.... :n Opni_ O .d-9 4 7
istooiup Ml. .. A l and bitter moriumphs wo ldhe allte the Jackdia em1pMin i-'ve A7
r.,of 4thrand beat -a Ad tJn lig to Bob tbe eveography now the at ut a- 6532 1
been ed W SS ny gyL. hee.' I harIn dlf bout the worat." ... Muled:

aSS,.'BSaae el& o( the- mi t by h, L e la"' the you are always Pan> pop r opening bid of two no-trump in
a A.A. Albri to, ani ze .e.r. --- .l. enroy t popcrnat today, hand. would bd e really
tatt" the-A r no o the s to rk rukJors iW the movie and so a lot o shows 22 to 24 pont, with
B f t s- *Jr tS d teaboutRosemary C e. be uiet about t n sru o LT Ta... SK

A as o t,. .. 0 e .andBa e- etoaan1% Teou a mole up thedahifkfpedreunle
. .a.. dance A tur thshe turned daFrom o Barbara Smitha of i.l ese d mo 0n

--,1- clsed Ipo ...... i 0..e --- S.^ ?11 at x one nem North properly r.,a.d to three,
,- ,- We yn. -.i'y The Marie S. .rances... no-trump despite the sgleton.
SS5S Clhee:k bble Birthdaey Ce.ebr et I l .. ., a s, e,- Cumlngs comedy, "Marry old.. h veb igeb e f lHe though that p ane at a minor
aS itra. A. l.oa.nd Mral. Clb Clement aU on e ne Ata-" bt r de bo le ot al the disas. Iwold be more d cult than_

d onr d d loudb laughs o I can t d J t ame at diamond would have
d May t he year. But the eeo killed a the gorilla. fairly easy, but North's aop t:

S, to 4p. eW "Bgther than" esr n d the wli t S D o t West opened the four of hearts, h
dV*$w eat.oers.

i.th r ted at o126.a00 to b1e u -t put up the queen, and
to dn oe lo h e- .Stlty000.a i a t b t Sout h won with the king. aSouce
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MlOcM U al canebe o- Otlth g, Va., Wetu carefully played the ninety

M. C ty rodl t Ka diamond s on the first round
t. o o b e -' ta'.a widow' e aar- gto a that only o
Swho No o b o's "Here red after he corte ord io the suit East could
t -- t r b- l u gorgeous aog1s dl, dl r s bodyr home from thl n r read that South had
a r dMrs n n atted t a Chrtetmas-week release, t 'eei diao nds, whh meant
he ei aVrftedotdkeedwithuc

Sthe Coca Solo ka- Neward, Caroline o w e tting nea him. p tucked on There's now talk that "The Road rn te 25- that t could t aord to

a Mr. A.and Mste WeOble n 0mnde neh arm ard leaped to to A by lextIn- be r veteran arrived tw b the first or second diamond
S. Tie the Ig uu floor, dashing wth sCte a m."l Mhome for a re- trick for fear of ving declared
SStrt At one and cargo through a Mosco's a hotter su u 19-year-old bride the rest of the suit.
ic it -A.,W.C. .celdJlh. b"ld- aotG,t ._ _. ... the Alma Mawi e Sterner he

3nohe 5- yooed o' odayoferat sit, hbs eginnigkia sfigalsot
er -. vr r Vafcan Ba 0 n bYomA e e w t diamoted on tdistoul nd a e

U A7*MdWneionl te.Two days ler t ddn' d$ the trk
SBi turner were m ar- o soon, forIe bthe would th
r ar.bi.., r l o O vrg ahs s".rland, Md. and on have mawase the e elslty wh it
co mm ande cand *Drranety gas at aaken htrh tm8crent r erleasng:e oa son dsle whr meant

I p fVo m CIm e O net o 0t h p per floorwasth se t hdaof e vom fo a tr- tric6W tfor d a onds te f r ohe arts, er

St A wMrst. D." N t A aM hat t MO$ t htteru u black acest ond a uthoce of
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.... hio mselfsrl .had no ben queen of clubs for fineOe.
wr wbao d fa e e g d hshe bod reotf East- olaed low a of coursed and
,etrh kd etAd In K on d oAvrof os wi eensoth e umbs qend.

Fle twind Ge a ot Ir beo n Rot t wotd aye ter hatddwth b hd t lal he i
her-.nn. po e theW flf r ure a o aud the wnert, she m ar another s alt for oeehs wonlt d

earmoIGro& of Whm' oo 9 U 0 Borr ro pe's" sa d. And I told Frhnk not to go led a low sp*de from the dummy
*.A1Mo-bI-' ,kfullo4an1M -t a ndldtho p haed hada e tp e s e ath aS thad
an.rf';sj MR S0- Aamu 'od to lv. in Naw York after ho Tur re wreas.tdiamo and s hear s tw

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FO' tAL" -- t.O t.Cle 9." cu it FOR SALE 1950 Oldsmobile 76 2081 Ances. C. 2.
S, .., r-,1 riir..e QcO ." ADu',. pa Fine condition. radio
L'.'. 'a.._V, ga to 10P g- ioss Mav be seen throughout day atIDR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic
cor ." r, .i Zer,,, Tar, Balb.oa Garaen $1.250 cash. Must Central Avenue -K" street, corner
_o,1oan..',' i '" 1 ':,o b. a.- ,eli oc*n. Ak. ftar Johnson. telephone 2-3479, Panama.
.1tr'n,.f'r ..r.:'.cd L,. ?," FOR SALE: 1949 Suburban Carry To MIAMI & NEW YORK via AEREA
"ft -eor, :. r, ,rn' All, new tires, excellent for com-! Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way
thle i ,:o.. a''r" n.ia,'.r:.g mercial use, motor like new. Smoot to Miami; $70 00 Round Trip
,cm. ; A, r,'.,, .. ea s-" y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. Cen- $126 00. One-way to New York:
*cn,,n -. one 4.0T c, Por.rano. trol Ave. Tel. 800 Colon. $114 00 Rcund-tip $21400. See
FPP ':ALE'- -' Ha, 4-burner FOP SALE 1';.40 Lincoln 4 Door phone 2-1655.
-6P -5 A_ e -D- telephone 2-1655.
gas -'o.e. o.en bc.le, eceIIei iar, go F.re', duty pd. Houe
c'. ,,,-. -. ,.'- .- 19e1 .g,- 9,b-X p,. A. LBoca Road i FO AL
b-c .vr, -i.__ut__._c_,,,g, O R3ble
-=. o,-,qu alb. 1 ,-:.... Do,>-, |o FOR SALE:-'47 Dodge Conv. with MisCellaneous
glo a, .'F erec,-,.e Par- radio and new tires, motor guor- -_..-- -
ra. -. 6- 0anteed Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. FOR SALE-National Receuver SW-
16th. St. Central Avenue. Tel. 800 54. with Eurphone, brand new, $45
FOR SALE. ,ie 7 Colon. 00. Telephone 3-2993.
Fr ,-),r a,.e. go l r.r ". -. 13.rl in- -- -_. -I
IF a. l,,, 1 I. .',eer FO SALE --'.. Willy Station FOR SALE -4 burner gas stove 7
s ^. ....ba.' O' .c, Wagon 3C'50.( 0 Curundu 2104-C cu. t. Refrigerator. 60 cycles
.C') r o,..n ,a.e ,ed r,1er, lr tleCphone 236 Green plastic Irvingroom set, bed
S Pe. ,guel r-..- e 4- - -- complete. All in excellent cond,-
4_ u uFOR SALE:-1950 Ford Station We-I tron. House 14. 12th Sr. Son Fran-
O -R 5.A-LE c-- rDa Ie B ... ,le e Ie1e on. duty paid. new tires, very. -_ - _- _
;Hoi SALEc Doue .' low mileage, deal for large family. FOR SALE--Refrigerator, Kelvinator.
SHoIlC a O,, I: (. .led, Apply Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 1948, 60 cycle, 8 cu. ft. with 440
1or. t, Buien l : 'ioc Meal'. 16th. St. Central Avenue, Tel. 800. Ib Frozen Food Section. Also: 48
n ar.. ; e' Colon Studebaker Commander, 'Starlight
..able .,; ,. INe. n-,ic ,-e -5 5. pass. coupe with radio. Good
f, E., t le e'IFOR SALE --Cean 1947 Nash coupe condition. srst $121,00for re-
1 ,' Tob ,r. 4 rrhfu recently. $50, leaving
S .ee Tob ..rhoule recent. $50, ea.ng fr.gerator. First $550 for car. Call
5. F,."...r . -. R'.ck s t .,, I t|r,n -. Te, 3- 546, Panamo. I 3-4852 uays 3-4295 night ond
S., .'r: "-.,""t .. "',- FCR SALE 1951 Nash Rambler' weekend.
e- b '"r". .-e rnd E- l W new tires and bat- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
h.-', r -,"i A1 r- c i e. e'% .eCiLe li., ngroom set, custom OFFERS
d ,.. ,,e ...re m.ef I -_. ules. mo-1hs old ROTARY PRINTING PRESSES
G arcnl.-e, o 'o c.i''0 an -C.1.,.C-.e oran i noa 3-5179. FOR SALE
rln.n,/ o,.-r b brg.-' r.. n bc.rh ne1 i Sealed bids. for opening in public.
cr.d usid IL,r," Iu'F FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 4-door w..I oe received until 10 30 A. M.
,'E DEL\ERP AT Fl T Sedan, p g new tires, excellent Noverr.ber 6, 1953, in the office at
--."^LL r. rj PA '.ENT. mechanical condition. Smoot y Super. tendent of Storehouses, Bal-
rO Ir. L LT L .-IAG. | Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. Street, Can- boo. for Rotury Printing Presses lo-
41 tual.-i. ,e Rc Ph.,ne 3 191 i trial Ave. Tel. 800. Colon. Faied at Par-ama Canal Printing Plant
N.ilc.ll A.< SALE -rc .-iac 1952 Hydrama- Mount Hope. C. Z Intrai-on No. 8
FOR SALE -.,T' ..'.e b n .,ries.:| '6 t-. oc dl.or dark green 5.000omay be orbnedrom the above
an 1,e 'e . h b.ilh,,netTe '.mc Monic r s pr,%a car.rper-m the ofice of Supei-
a e u e. r -, ,. ihe"be 0 o te L in nlendent of Siorehouses, telephone
er ,- e be on. .100 con e 11.
ar, ma .. P.,. r, B b-.a 24 4 -. P.or4 n Ao 2-06 0.c _._0-----------------
Wonted Position nw poin, nw tires. beautiful ,nj Rado. engineering books and
-.- ..- ... . and out. Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. ous r d,, mathematics texts also
Bil; ,'ual t..':r..:,v So.r., P .,,,,-n. 16th St. Central Avenue. Tel. 8001 large P.ckett Eckel Metal SIde
A....'nble rcl.(ir I ". ruQh,, Colon. I Rule $70.00. House 2620-D, Co-
I, -, Al k a- --O- o:,cl.C Z.evenings.
S ....i .., a highest bidder 1949 evenngs
"'i -. eFord C-uin. .%8 Tudor. Must be' FOR SALE
5444 P- r'n cio. Rr.b-,sed Autoac 15th. and
.. _Me'ee _co____'o_ i Boats & Motor.
SALE FOR SALE: Must be seen. 1950 FOR SALE. 15' boar, 10 HP
e I F ron I Chevrolet. block. 4-door. recon- Johnson with day tank. trailer and
Sditiond all through. Smot y Hun-. cc'rs cover. t lly equipped reg-
FOP !ALE C' LEZSE -- roc.- nicutt S. A 16th St. Cetnral Ave. I Cer No. 690. Telephone 6240.1
inrraiely F.. ocre. pcil-,'v ci--.redI Tel. 800 Colon. Curundu
.Sc-e cralee tree. Ilae r..e., eer.'FOr< ALE"- 1952 Ford Victoriao.l ribbean Playe r
t- I-m ho.., to,.r rr,,,crn near I cnl., t -00 mes learning. musltC rIbbeoll /rI yers
E' -'la Para-"ct-n 'io' J t pad Ca '-Meetl lAtl281t
C te A B r I 4 P.-.- r -& .
r A- LE ncr -e FOR SALE:-1949 Buick, Dynaflow.I Meet At Clayton
S -ALE .7 ner lot one h re radio. seat covers, in very good' T morr W n
-"' .C-rO 0-_.'O r c u '-'I condition, like now. Smoot y Hun- lOrOW Veningll
nicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. _
Tel. 800. Colon. he Caribbean Plavers, the
Thumpina N Se Pacific-aid.. Armed ForLes thea-
S tl A e j e te. group, ill inold a general
V as Rot-Plane Cabot Awards m"tring tOlorrowh atd 7 p. n. In
their %ork.hop at theater No.
t'estled In Bed ort ClavLon.
tldTo Be Presented Laurence Breece. director of
PTIFFKEY. EnR cept 21 the group\' production of "Sta-
IP, --A small radilo-conlrolled V lao IT' Is scheduled to report
nftple.s tiarpe plane crat-hed in- IOr 15th Year onuthe process o the play.
to at hoie here todo it hstiha artsto abt." he
i--I r e.h. AiLiaui Jtr au wa-

10.059 Mel6ndes Ave.-Phone 255, Col6n

"H" Street corner Eatudiante 8t.
Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798


Phillips. Oceanside ctag Smito
Clara. Box 435. Bolbo. Phone
Panama 3-1877. Cristaob 3-1673.

Houses on beach, Santo Also
in COOL Campoam =llntalns.
Phone SHRAPNEL, Bolbed, 1389
or see corctoker there.
Foster's Cottages. One post
Santa Clara. Please your
linens. Phone Balboa 2



WILLIAMS' Santo Clarao Ci1 Cot-
toges. Large. comtortl modern,
near beach. Balboa QIC Ipt l
weekends. L .
Gramlich Santo Clanu gsaehcot-
toges. Electric Iceboxesl 9 m stoves.
moderate rote. Teltphpi 6-441 I
Gamboa; 4.567. Pedro I

FOR RENT.-Excellent for retired
person a well ke!. house with
good pluir.bing on4ans High-
.ay, 7 miles frontjdn plenty of
lana for goiadeninh raising.
Good bus connect fl ply only'
reliable party. Uino. 26, 46th
St. Tel. 3-l8Qi .,y I
Modern 2. 4 and 5 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Call at Alhambra'l O O KW
Office 8061, 10th Street. Colon.
Telephone 1386.
FOR RENT:-One bedroom modern -
apartment, unfurnshed with garage 1
space. 168 Via Belisano Porras.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment, I
bedroom. Bella Vista. The First
of October. Tel. 3-1648.
ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern
furnished apartment, one, t w 9
bedrooms, hot and cold water. Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941. ""
FOR RENT:-Furnished house, liv-
ing-diningroom, 2 bedrooms, kitch-
en, garage, maid's room, hot wa-
ter, 2 blocks trom Hotl-El Pan-
amia. No. 93, Vlf Espo a. beside
Radio Miramor. Con be seen from
8"00 a. m. to 12:00 non. .
SRooms I1
FOR RENT: Furnished rooms f I
one or two gentle with or with-' Tf
out meals. Justo Toserneno Ave. T I O L
57. corner 34th Street.
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished rooms
fine localon, 55, 4th of July, Up-
stairs. I FR

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ril'i n t-,t lived in the house NEW YOHK Sept 21 4USISi come to come to the meeting
ent now m it until he found!-o te me'ng
nt; t iiunld.Co'iiiltll.', UniverJ i ty willor tryouts."'Al
The in e with a -fo wine n the 1953 Maria Moors Membership in the organiza-
span. is coerited from the Unit- Cabi: A'"r.id to outstanding tion Is open to all members of
ed States Arms anri-air-e-raft .JI t,1alts f te western hemi- bth Armed Forces, their depend- T
cemn nesa here It developed en-0 pl"'.-i- at convocation on Oct. ents, and employees of the gov- seu
trine trirt'ile and dived over the 2 aCcoaitn to Dr. Gayson Kirk, ernment enr.plo:ed In the Canal exh
CPr'n into a nearbv 'rpoce. Pre.iioent" o Columbia. 'one. 't Aff
"TI w busy cnok'no at the ie IP lay
and tonIk no notice Mr, Ell- This ''eaif awards the 15th LEGAL NOTICE fr
wiod the house's oerr'uont sald. to be mad annually by the LELL Ient
"beine sno uled to the noise of Umnversitl. are given in recog- UNI S T S IIcTCO Bul
Ior fiving iane nititon o[ the role played by UNITFD STATES DISTRICT COURTH MuI
,"Then I heard loud thinmpinenepaea men in the advance TH DICANAL STRIZONE isT
rises iiptaire and foi'td the mrnt of international friend- BDeloa Division sigr
plane in he bed she said. shin din the Americas." The IT THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE I
---- -- price "er" established In 1939 CF In
Kor li b- DrO, nd're v Lowell Cabot n """ " Deceased Oo
Korea Cops eI Iim nrPmni of 11i wife. Maria Moors No e91a. ProbsIte for
T dCaoot Dr Cabot's son is John NOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROVING
They K'l Mco.Rrd Cabot Assistant Sec- WILL AND HEARING APPLICATION Inc
erria, eade ei r. -te for Inter Amer- NOTICE is hereby iven that a p. mi
I.er ll ea r tc;in "Aifair. tiian i or on. ore batp ot the wiii of I
Jessie M. Ctmaon, deceased. and for the "si
-SOU. r nrea sent 21 'Up.- keepii.c with the tradition isuance .1 letters of administration durl
Korean nationhey hod killed r aun- 1111 Amerian Unersities. with the will amazed to the Public Ad. ed
Od today they had killed Hai mlnts.,,.r of te cn.i zon. w... f I"
Bvrtn Sang. le"4pr of thp Corn- eold modaL rather than honor- Fin this Court o September 4. 1953, and
munist iuerrilJas operating inar' riePreiP are awarded to the that Soptytwo a2, a 53 Sat oc lek .. GOv
nh Krr o n inir,vr.i'n 1 'rnallts chosen to 1 I the Courtr... of th,. c.urt at Will
rer1i -1'.Ancon. Canal Zone, has beer set for the Gail
The annotrireement .aid ToP rePivrV the Maria Moors Cabot hearingof said petition. when and where
was killed Sept. 18 alone with p'lizes any person Iner.eted may appear and MaE
seven of hi aid8 es when the contest the same, and show cause. If ni4
were -cornered by police In a Publirations that win the a- 'any why said patitis should not be pearl
deeD valley, or Chirl Ban Moun- 'ward.s receive a plaque Dated at Asca. Canal Zone, this nal
tail. September 4, 1953. hon
Th e mountain Ic n e i r the Thirtt-fot-r newspapers. four! c. T. McCORMICK. Jr. I|
soi.Thern end of th," Korpqn rpws service. the Pan American ,SEAL) Clerk of Court play
penin i'l, -n,*t 25 miles north- Un'rin anc 48 iournallats haveI BaY L E Harrtion. I a
weqt of Chinju. *or, thp asard to date. rn.


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a td21 (UP) Virgil (Fire) ONAIL I a---t What is there to stop the Yankees from maklag it six,
i et. Former track champion Main or even eight in a row? This is more a prolbaMty tha a p***
3 i5 '--i iI'i S *! 1 Road felt like runnlng)yeterday allUty. They seem to grow stronger as the rest t tkJlg
aWW m y 1 hbg .**e 192 and he completely outclassed grows weaker. This was the softest touch f their grt ri
Of0dth year" St. **four opponents In the co-featur- of five.
.I[Fa. +-/ S.527 ed $1,000 Class A" seven furlong Once before the Yankees almost racked up eight p enants
CWE a e eyEer nw5 b -the-f- ir7 sprint under excellent handling succession. They missed by a mere matter of two o
~tx'l b ... .- -. r i3 by- Colombian jockey Oscar Ma- '36 through '39 they were indomitable; they n '40, th
i kera at the Juan Franco Race went on to add three more. If they hadn't faltered in 'l ts.I
M--.7. :-- t 1 Inalng _. ... Track. would have had a skein of eight straight pennants oal d)
S" bhit 40th and 4s t Man Road broke fsMt and, ds six straight series championship.
Ialn p er l i unusual earl speed, was Parenthetically, the main reason the Yankees failed to mahe
VoUme r o tM an O n t., ghtht up with pacee Mir.z' Joe McCarthy the master mind to end all master mlne wa gata
l tM each contwt. Wia- No m tot from the frst quar, took the front office (or maybe it was McCarthy himself), wal to
Slat Venm, 11h on the da crsm long to bring pitcher Ernie Bonham up from the Kana rOC
-, t bt i aei a1alea atti a l i challenge to score eased up by The summons wasn't issued until mid-season. At the itime
Awl o* --.in h .in ,te a2 _:sei a _M ?E-& 0 0 A four lengtu.r, wounds the Yankees were struggling to stay in the first division. The big
he -.. a in tm Amer. T; Aglia, in turn, wound up a right-hander proceeded to win nine, lose three in compiling a
,al ag r .W, -- good two lenlhe ahead of i 9r- 1.01 earned record.
d.Called up earlier, he could easily have been the tWo-pam
ade (7- e stretch. Theotherto starters fferenceThe point I the reserve material as there
a the tlegal In the nace C'eoqAu Vin and time, as usual.
te liasu ie b s u In 000b 1lse 4 s Goyonder were never in con- The AL was stronger and healthier than now, so it the
'|H 8 H.I .. IW t .. Pladlpa SS e, t i100.001. 4 2Th tentlon. Yankees could come so close in those days, what's to sto thei
casthe radt T100 8)ID and nu2 The winner paid the unusually ljow? Under George Weiss they have the fi
two t NiiIf _eaxMiller -eI II ) and _Ie(i.-)Jul dividend of $8. erato In baseball, and this, as even the maine f
a1 a .-(11-8) and Waln. M made Road victory more feno*I too) is beginning to realize, Is today's secret of success )n
I llMeedr 0 p5e n. i I 1d).I bolnl J 'ofo b than ad cut dforwna bit oflo-bad therdiamond andnthe y aroun dugout.
ad Podbl.lan 'ionewm nm at pih a .-',- luck suffered by Masuera In the m
i a mees that lm 'on- other header when Granero MON MNOecamr FACTO
Srunomer-3 000 00 unmanaeable on the turn. Flo directiontr, and spularbelief, a major i nged with expert in that
.t u m ele. IIAt sIkieWe o homestretchc (8-)a ndrih i. thque, regained a co the- ankt s th attude, by the ay, the Wneeds no further es o
the gave,*a= aft the.Thoron Handicap to wind up se- based primarily on Ft. Knox principles. Remember, all Dan Top-
S? s lt i e pe v e. o et (1-0 ) Johnonnd to Fler. ping and Del Webb paid for the franchi was 00and scored eas- nt
an d CTaIdall.Oranero had cut down on 0-o neither Is conspicuously noted for tossinI money around as
'ud Podbielan. s J in e hit hwo- take command when be became Webs has simply put together an organization of stiun
Dliii JOerpXU5 0I000-lunmanageable on the turn. 'Flo- direction, and supervision, underlined with expert app]
-pho r a tl..-f Iotu20601X m i4 4 *a well paced by Alfredo (Chl- and constant attention, that Is so far ahead of his AL counters
mN'to) "Vasques, regained a cam- parts that the continuity of Yankee success needs no further ex,

alt c al tud te hits to win te .h. -0. ysecoutt of darkatMi. She returned $6.20 to win. Actually, money plays only a minor role. Percentage-wist
.. The flte 4was to i n- ----- Matels choice Pancho Falca- the Yankees probably spend less than a majority of their rivals
nin- t 000 to, burdened under topweight of The money's there, all right, likewise the gate potential, andl in
The-f inWil le* Ifl2 -,l. 126oWudest o tB he r ogio t' m i
buQtbpaw Wht ie ord of the watukee's final ls o4 -.d0% at- ewo 00 2 00 0 010-4 126 pounds, was never prominent showdown bid the Yankees are likely to get there test with
akee beat the Red Box t, tractedtOll, Gvinlg theraves. (p-) and Kobck. Go- while the only other starter, P the mostest But holecard organization. It's something yo
r bt vlctorf. Bfil M- a zw Natioa L b tN ee, C0 Wilheln beteio, was outclassed, don't buy. You build.
." a 1 Maszuers and Vasquez shared Unfortunately., the Yankee domination is not healthy for the
1, ? ---- riding honors with three vie- league. Where mere IS-little competition their is little interest
te u ed BHome run by Stel and chiauoo 1, 101.011- 6 14 0 WHITM-atoKW-Angal classy xrish. tories each. The Colombian Along with every other club in theleaguethetadium ndan
r-Ia 0U of t1e 2 402 ,e1oend1eti i15 l Ibrd foca d mplontj Road(OscarMa turned in a brilliant ride on continues todwondle.TVis, of course, theprinpalcaule. BU
b rt M CoelJ n hit l8h v i1Beack5 (11-1brad), LowCh5.p1n winner in yesterday's co-feature stout-hearted little Jamaican advance knowledge that nobody's going to catch the Yankees has
Ia` CIIk W fin homer Cardinals cuOftmer M0 c 11". L, M laan lto White one of three juicy victories thoroughbred Newmnster to got to have a depressing box-office effect.
t thewhileCal Abram. Piandover) Another White-trained charger, score over highly rated Chilean This Is the penalty the Yankees suffer for doing a firt-clas
in the ith. a e a er the is show h the winer's circle with newcomer Jaquimazo in the job. It would make more sense if these "hate campaigns" iwre
oa eusatfClevld--also of losr I eThe a' sortsedn the winner'scirc(hatlesw nightcap directed at clubs that can't or won't do a firt-class job. 'poco.
.weeaii2sn 's for tseo idroe eroonwer Lay ren $8 nagou Omaerapin editOr C adoosargeant (hatless nihtcap.
rta.sia his 18th of the his team a a LEAU for th plt A~~KAlbino orid.atrode The best win odds of the aft- ceal their inefficiency they abuse the Yankees, like political deam
hit-heirta.e.' ? Giants. b no tW was ano iressy.e-tined ernoon were Lady Caren's $18 In agogues who make a whipping boy of Wall Steet
eighth vl0! i 0 win rtthe first race.
S- ne.rs. Alvin.. .t e .. FACE BLEAK FUTUR
S'walloped his 2 homer to tie a The dividends: Last winter captains in the red-herring fleet put throg
league record fr shortops elation ending late-season waiver deals between the stw
oefrtelo red for sho f .tois ii d Ta l $ FIRST 4R, AC leues. This was directed at Weiss because of his success with
SO 1-Lady Caren $18, 4.40, 3.60 such ex-NL'ers, as John Mize and John Sain. Interentially, thi
S. 2-Sirena $2.40, 2.20 was an evil practice, and explained, in large degree, Yankee smat
W. .1251 o., *3-Lonely Molly $2. cMii.
S-- Decso ver sGHnOOebrZaeles ho ru ns the Indins front m.
-_____k_3__ .uf i a 'I- .. 1K SEtOND RACdy headed the legislation. -Thee were ho suebhe a
1 ttp' New S Ita ans d atahed farther bck than usual, I h aer
rewa th Nood hR 0 o 1-Protorn $4.40, 2.40 eloed to all, farm resebecame more mpoanthan
a ,a L .1 ro Plumler, 131, last the fifth round because of A 2-Dilan 460. and as the Yankees are more abundantly stocked most,
S- DAS t lly asse rat- badly.cutleft eye-d. First Double: (LadyCaren- restrict played Into Welas hands.
SFlat C l-il of th A dla and Asprihll Proton) $M4a. It could be the Al faces a bleak future. Only the Red -ox
Clevelasd 000 112 *)-s 11 3 tenvr, Cot*M6 tOT".aun- wonw blehtu at the flaush of with Tom Yawkey's millions, are in a really sound position. Tb
R e u ',."' ''Detroit 000 008 .8 16 0 animous d clsion victory over the ,omtlal but Ampudla's THIRD RACE Briggs' money is still back of the Tigers, but the baseball stock i
Wynn. Hocper, Le as (0-5) e visitor in the ten-round two were not hal as bad voted five ways; there is no longer one authoritative voice, one
.- -- and Hegan. BHoef Maow =aila bout~~ e of ap- as AsiUU'u These two boy 1-Pavera $.60, 2.20. 2.20 unfettered fiscal policy.
($-7j Scarborough d Batts. roximat O ~.te Colon had put a crowd eas -Canasta 0, 2.20 None of the other clubs has a considerable cash stock pz11
*r too hn oMexico 20 A rena. slufes y on ,3--Brisa II $220. Even transferring the Browns, debt ridden, talent poor, holdl
SOUM W id 0 4 raStdo atei 0 Ne G2rdy" took charge of things Pa nama R, Robion, 124, One-Two: (Pavera-Canasta) small promise of another Milwaukee windfall. The AAA's are
F 4 0 Cooo 21. ntevelandte propuna on over 012e. mortgaged to the upper tiers. The White Sox must payt heir way
Bridgeport 13 U-la 6 trot 000 opGUS -S 2 deded to e a tho- bo erson, 126, In the 're budgeted Indians must rebuild. The senator deal m,
aGarnia.. 18rg1. 1 extboxe, ethersx et. This bout al- FOURTH RACE in ctast-offs and waiver material.
LO ille 19, Murray 14 anea (4-7), nerMo nd unha out-did the'.S. so had he fans on their feet at Paradoxically, the league is threatened with economl disi-.
Tenn. Tech 14 Florence (Ala.y 7 ghter in very aspect and -Marilu $10.0, .20. 2.20 tegration because e l Yankees, has demonstrated th
S18, ac -- phseof the "at times" unequal 12, eked outa 2-Amaona $2.20 2.20 thewaytosolvencyandsuccess an intelent bine oper
COlle W20 (AS) I r t OGae contest. a split on ovr Joe Sande, 126, 3-Okinagua $2.20 tion, the secret of which Is accessible to every ie.
4lax aT y7 Cge Ok la. at. 7, N4ete.n Lout 0 000( 8 0 On r mmer n the round prelim inary. Quitilela: (Mairilu-Amasona) is-accessibl to every-ne.
,t tM ies7 7 (L%-.)S t. 0 Chicago n0a0 000 -- --4---0w--six-$t..ee were
8.; V- Louisiana- A Notheast pillette (1). d even. sauitas being timed in 14 hours and -
7 (LA.)St. 0Mons (6) managed to win one rouI FRIF RACE he mus. Bth record ha bees-
Im 4 tawa ztat # Ws t m. T L-X After the uvent M round, it" held by men.
MeNeese 34, Howard Pa".d6 Se ond Ga1 16 riaer far ahea MB a sure -Florra $6. ..20, .SO.
Middle T 11,, Wen Kmen- St:u OOPLi -- e ,be be 2-Oranero $4.40. Mi to Chadwlc 4, waded n
wt s a"w in a arTBqRACE del Marqu, near Tari, t
Cage ra.2 .m ,- fame try. ahtr kt. Mscam. 12:~7 am. ET yetda
...Gonsal__g how- 1-sm $10.9w0, 4,0,o3.20 and splashed ashore on the Mo
T er. fI derico s--helee Brand .0M, 3.0 rocan coast near Puehnt LnA "
1?.3 pzqiu ut ?u while -Hey Lee $2.20 i ratar chonS de Serra d los Bulloses 14
ES i s. 7 Ga Corky and ha m n bad mes away at 12:03 p.m. :
Polfe A.pedtat Afterfphe
ed Victorby$4, 3After the doctor examined et
technic sbt30ANGECIRAS, Spain, Sept. 21 Miss Chadwick pulled hot towel
Sght of the v gAsrilla Apreadr $3 (UP) Florence Chadwick around her shoulder and wel
was not aliWd to o me out for een DablMe: (Slmn-Scy- swam rom Spain to Nort Afri- to sleep on the Britih mott"
tl'rt f H hte $22.26. ca across the tricky shrk-in-launch Seagull which returned
) fed st raits of Graltar d her to Spain. She drove
SaW f ._m i M b," elTL, Fl BGTH RACE in ftv hours and six m diately to Algeras wit
Sp w set her second world record In trainer Vie Christie and retired
; I hucunI7 0,4 3.20 three weeks. to her hotel room here.
Col.-~ I l 4?eon Iapo eAmerican swim-
(maaque-En- mar for some distance. Two sea-
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ITroland-where the young swimer lnd-
ed Although a doctor who exam-
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Mystery Of Missing MacLeans *

Seen As Sequel To Field Case
FLEES-Dr. Marek Korowicz,
first alternate member of the LONDON. Sept. 21 (UPI A vestigation would be reopened if The search was hampered by munlists have described them as
olish delegation to the Unit- Foreign Office spokesman Indi- there was further evidence of the act one-feorteI Austria Amerioan agents But no COM.
edho has askedtheral Asnisemblycated today that the search for the woman's whereabouts. Is occupied by theidbnt Rum- munlst country has ever ad,-
States for politicalsanctuary. Mrs. Melinda MacLean has been Austrian police believe Mrs. slans. emitted that any ot the Fields ea t
es for political sanc abandoned, at least temporarily. MacLean may have rejoined her Mrs. MacLean Boved from in their territory.
The spokesman said two Brit- husband behind the Iron Curtain England to Swltr d follow-
AFL A J et ish security agents who went to In a melodramatic sequel to the ing the d ina of her
AL All v Austria to investigate the disap- fate of the Field family which husband an in Geneva r ,
pearance of the wife of the vanished into the Communist with her Amidh mother, Mrs. r
.T Th0w Out ,missing British diplomat Donald world one by one. Melinda Dun a at, until Sept. 11.
MacLean had returned to Eng- Western intelligence agents She and her. il. dren aim-
t n land. and Austrian security police said ply vanished
Io soe e A"Investigations suggest that the disappearance of Mrs. Mac- ,. .
L nyh Mrs. MacLean travelled to Lean and her three blonde chil- Intelmg law rces said the
ST. LOUIS. MO. Sept. 21 (UP) Austria and then disappeared." dren probably will end In the MacLean e tre many s- | |
-The 72nd convention of the he said. "unsolved" folder alongside the flartis t of te "dap- -- ..
Ar.erican Federation of Labor He declined to say if the For- bizarre Field case. peari d ," ., anot" real
olens here today with the stage eign Office had pny indication aie t Involving three R m.,, Se m --U?'.
al. set for outright expulsion of of where she had gone from Search operations by Austrian Ame"ri an eiten and the Communist Et GOrm y' s Red
the crime-ridden International there. and British authorities with the German .Wfe of a fourth. r ers h b. wo t s uha
Longshoren's Association. The spokesman said the In- cooperation of American intelll- All vauhed one by one In AemWwr tdy ad St1l
Mor, tllitn 700 delegates re- gence failed to uncover a trace Waraw. trimnue and n. work
presenting the AFL's 110 unions in Austria of the 32-year-old Noel Fleld, 49-year-old Amerl- m lea p.
vere due to file into the con- o Marhal Mrs. MacLean. can cition, disappeared May 12 To back up the demands of the taw
vept.on hall for the opening to LeU MrcnInI 1949, after leaving his room a ast Germany's Commn unit nu m atp
se .ion of what promised to be edMacLean's own fantastic the Flore hotel in Prague. He boss, Wafter Ulrioht, for a t-
one of the most active gather- T I disappearance with a Foreign was a Quaker who had done speed-l, t,] Reds b laced
in's in the organization's his- JIOU IU L BUOffice colleague,. Guy Burgess, Y.M.C.A. relief work in Rusanl trspl ee the a lale 0tRrmt
tonyv. Af r in 1951. never has been ex- after World War I. East ern h coal Indus- Th
The convention oaoe was set plained. The two men left try on Tb oleta o
late yesterday when AFL Pres- London May 25, 1951, en route Later he traveled through E- productle
Ident George Meanv announced to France. They crossed the rope as a U.S. tate Deptment
that the 15-man executive coun- STRANSBOURG, France, Sept. English Channel on the @team- employee, a League of -atiln The k d If
cil had voted unanimously to 21 (UPi The Council of Eu- er Falaise and were never eam official, a ref a worker OaidW l aS1 .I
recommend expulsion of the rope names a' new Secretary again. O.S.a. agents switueflaS
Lo'-shoremen's union. General today before resuming Herm. a n s&ld, t o's 43-e" -
Melany said the action was debate on the Spaak plan for a The t of Mrs M n e
te'..n because the ILA, headed unified Germany within a unit- DonThe tral of Mrs. L. e rgus, old br th e ifst out ftam Ju
by president Joseph A. Rvan. ed Europe. sons,.Urited-Stain in June1 Viu
hi failed to follow orders to Veteran French diplomat Leon and two-year-old Melinda Ova- "find my botherr" a s.2e
le d lo orated Friday night. eSep. 11, Herman flew, o a s I
qlean up it- activities along the Marchal was expected to get the orated Friday night. Sept. 11, in Hermann flow eto eado a mt
waterfront t He indicated a new secretary post left vacant this the area of Zurich Switzerland. Jult y, a d %t I l~ wiae,
union would be chartered to summer by the death in an Swiss police believe they crossed Herta Ka b.1 Fi a *t- U PS"i ni 6 *b a e
t over t longshoremen who automobile accident of Jacques- into Austria, but Austrian secur- uraiu Aiu OituALs
a t oi t e longshoremen who Camille Paris. Ity police said they were with- Kalaruhe, a,. is t m
S s n the AFL. out a clue. cussed Noel's d Pt NMM natt du p today
The council s consultative apparently decided on a ne of td ed r e de
Ex-King Zog council has been discussing since They have sifted a dozen re- action. warir'
last week proposals submitted by ports from porters, shop clerks, Hermann flew to Prage A e
Of Albaria former Belgian premier Paul- travelers, that she was in Aus- 1, 1949. eBrta ilned 'n b -
Henri Spaak urging a four-pow- tria. All of the "eyewitnesses" day a later an they made in- dir
S' in On er conference to get Soviet sup- reports proved false. q2 aeth a ~eL Oyn Ab 1l
p ovina On port of a reunified Germany CrIhed ge t,1 (Wy AiWw o -- PE
within a united Europe. In ex- H oliuerw'-t~o W g m& so
CAIRO, Egypt, Sept. 21 (UP) -change. he offered peace frI er un ed ape.na we Kal fe Temple
Pormeft King Zog of Albania treaty with the new nation and ghu'.5 'taetr w .oul-.hd
will leave Egypt Oct. 1 because A n.o n aggression pact that ic m .
the Egyptian government with- would include the United States TWt Other children U.. o:
drew recognition of the royal Al- and Britain. T o H lennV"I a fa rs .. i Off9
banan legation here, informed The plan has been supported entering the Warsaw a ar t
sources said today. by all but three of the 17 speak- U d In RP Tralflc the trip by CQech air OliB
The sources said the former ers that followed Spaak. Oppo- Hu r PraguMe. H to vanished. 0'r a
king will go to Paris ani then sition came from a British So- Herta waltoin vain at thb t t
decide whether to live hin France clelist delegate, a French Gaul- A three-year-old baby boy was ad t to A P- a
or go to the United States. list and a Danish Laborite. killed by a truck here and sever- IPrgue.On
al persons-including two chll- she applra waft l le to .
dren-were injured, none of DIw f or t .
them seriously, in anuto accidents pretty, -year-
in and around Pangma City over old rtOi Noel Field whom "m- w es V Usiud dar
the weekend, according to po- W diu tthe
O D O RS.lice reports today.._l va IWaOsJi go.
Police said a rear wheel of the lan r.. to .,
truck ran over the head of Hec- IO A b" atI hs tack .-t 1W
S Buy KEN-L-RATION Dog Food toaS fTo Dl-1MSl" au-pm
KEN RATION:DogFod evening. The child died a few ot.BW-, -L;
WE'S E"minutes after he was taken -to10 n attempt to t1
with magic CHLOROPHYLLIN s?" el,^^ ."tSS 'Ohom 0 d aa a yfet.o
0 wiM magic VI LINsame truck driven by Jose A. Jose. A. i?. a m
Juan Perez. 33, Panamanian, 1950,
.... t was run over Saturday night by h'r e 4
a car being driven by Jose Mu- sit a never ae & SI St .gt tt IS
Sloz Jr., 16. who does not have a ASkie U.t 1940 th
driver's license or a learner's .Ihs" bn benM bi in n
permit to drive. ComimWtit trials
Another unlicensed driver, m.
Jalme Orozco Guerrero was held l b **.
responsible for injuries to 12- Retired imploye t -a- .
year-old Marcela Torres, who ". d:.1. .- .
was knocked down by a pick-up a! dg

ttM'"io "for his sense he produced a I;. -
traffic ticket which had dabees- 4 Jil i A
given to him some time earlier.A
4 Another child, four-year-Old
Otis Bernal, wasnked derow the n1 a ,d -- .... ,.
fnyour dog ca have the complete nourishment i ie e o ced f down the 31
en-L-Ration is known for, plus the new and automobile driven by Gullermo AF..
Iodor-destroying besfiAts of chlorophyllin- Galvez ernandez. The child tbimkw A hMW

oitwho say new Ken-L-Ration brina unbelievable invo ed nauet onbefare I.
gmingo Diso Avenue, one running .
art feeding Ken-L-Ration today and ay good-bye down Into a ditch and the other
to dog odo forever I fallb t ing over a precipice. The gild t
|J too^ti uries and cuts about the head NI E w5 B|,

S Canmd do rtood. It'h pckrd woth lelan .n.e. be ath 0:' a h
sed mest.., choice cuts of U. B. Govern-
meet I spec teorse medt. The dog "..t"

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