The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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io fme th, o al A week a WeBtIrman filed a the good name of the Republic."
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lto faith t In hre cases of American J
doring.theOmS (b arges
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tajnd formal trans- h United "tu
itenro tea hde tknoTwn DrIt c!o .L. Iiu
,.I gltUi di oc yl o,.sta AMMAN, Jordan, Sept. 3 (UP)
f rIstral, oiwS,hS --Jordan charged today that 80(
o .eorit seli soldier .attacked four
lax Snd Lh bse g as tw gJordanian villagers northwest of
,i,. i df-lm ( S ti D L i ,,t- iSSW Wifi K g H ute .
a. S. sSWesterman, oeen M to warn WIt country uiay be
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than 19 per cnt.
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lefor pmanam ne --
winter rates the tou t
season be higher than them The Poamm6 Canal Co. was the only orgma
during the summer. the Isthmus today to have.put the iow free trMvel pI
summer rates Which eo into effect InOetely. .
next April7W rb tii,..,
next April l e pi .d B between 25 and 30 Panam6 Canal iempli N
little lea than 10Prrn0" VtM
threse.nt year-ro tlIs.- sailed north ona the Crist6bal this morning wee '
tway r for the free transportation, but it could ett

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on. found rp t nn fa Airline compiis said today they weree ecti
will be $V7moreduring incread volume Musines. as a result of the free voc-
Sed to over$0600 a i o bl
f the close of th rtion bill which was Ind by Peesildent EisenhoweryiWym
'mos er, $ h r dS* day. However esomf the bigger shipping companies sld'
Ssaing atwinlh re Al th oughmanyr Zoni tod re old po l I
revld! a 4-f- l, -troellfe Stateside vacations, slevenal aIcl LWW
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I- An official F et n
aiaian have delayed the dr
day was the radline for the
iane of prisoners in the
t year war. But the 52-year-
general was not among the
ich Union officers and men
usd att Vetri today. "
iapted Frecleh office re-
id b the Reds yesterday
bed Hanoi today, but do
rleS wa not among them
UM said Uhe did not know
h~ t
;hti about .
Sexplanatio- jbr the post-
ement of the BUerafs re-
e was offered renh offi-
at headq t hfee_.
certain we Wr. rench
ter today tat deo *astrea
Id be glve ims b fre that
Sse a special team O1 offl-
with a new fed unIform to
ri to gMeet O otal.
t an te Reds Rd amd to-
were itter-caes from a
a Tuyen O a3 miles
tIhet n eat.. .. were
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00 Rl Voo oommtmdoE was sum-
snoned for an emergency session
Stom o rrlw bo dic t e ncdent
rrd In the region tar r larm-
The Af b stice Conn"s ad
condeAd li i rel today por al-
lowing UUB platoons of Igraeli
troops to cross the frontier lt
Monday and for rqfuesng to let
interdnafonal observers I veat-
gate the Incdent. Iaeli obaerv-
ers boycotted the session.
Arab officials said the Israelis
staged a military operation re-
minilacent of the bloody Qlbya
he officials repo the Is-
raeli army force crossed the Jor-
danians engaged the lriels in
a fireflht, the Arab officials
said, and the Israel force brought
up Bren guns, machine guns and
grenades. The officials said the
battle raged for five hours.
Th officials sad searhlights
shon from the Israeli de of the
frontier to light objectives and
retreat routes. They reported
there were severala" Israeli ca-

Little League:

GirdIs 3, Boys 2
Five births were reported at
Colon Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Wednesday.
They hospital report sho*ed
there were 62 admissions and
01 patients discharged during
the week.
Births were reported to the
following parents of American
citizenlship: Mr. ad Mrs. Frank
W. Scott, of New Cristobal,. a
a, Mr. and Mix Game X.
William, of O ao, M a
daughterb and S"rgeant and
Mrs. Angel ArMe A., of Fot
Davis, a daughter.
Two babies were born tovaz1
ento of Panamaniam liU"*
ship. They wen a daughter to
Mr. and Mrs. Uiyd Le
Rainbow CitY; and son to"Ur.
and Mrs. John o= of Colo.

nde's Wedroom
rushed out of the 0otta~. he
She telephoned oe an saW
lanse and "M h d

ball In MAllay r-
ebaps of I t to --

Themr wUl be no overnight In
Haiti or the outbound trips.

O Id on Cntrctors
The dleepst dynut blas

was set off sueeemfully
tlae this morning when 11
holr were isb at a depth of
40 felt.
Lowedt a yet tried
hebetolre was at a I -foot
depth. Today's blast was In the
nStur of an experiment to mee
whether exeastors would be
troubled with "fly reck" (ma-
teral whleh Is thrown an ab-
nneal distance from the
II Canars Ennsering and
iUrtli Dictor CoL
HU t I aold, wineMed the
IS d reported that no
trouo wm caused by the de-
t .na4l feet down.
The charges were set on the
northwest corner of the proj-
eet, Hl away from the crack
aorn te hI, which the Toe-
enm C%0 tA is paring down
to a $a AoPd.

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Sparks Jap Anti

TOKYO. .ept.. 3 (UP) -A
Japaee fldihrwnnan who boa
been ti a dMcp coma for dx days
uad mt 4~th from radiation
0%, iemm" d dI tly today
indiUag the H-bomb till might
not daim Its first fatal vigUm.
The light anprovement In the
ond~tion of Alkchi Kuboyama,
39, came as at least one ober
voiem Injected Into an anti-
Am campaign of critic
by W tho JadPMe pee- and r=do.
Mort oZthr fto hai bs
center agalnt continuation o
Amoericn atomic tests at Bikini.
S respons'to demand for
Off I-' :.nent ation, for-
elK h Okasah

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oair w the
ama Line wiln be ohdut cn- ow .R y'l
mercal rtes for- everyona..aBo if Win
you feel like takistg a vacation _Onet .i si ti. m
ever year, you'll be on the los- it ..p fall I
Il end of the stick." with an al
"It's deflnlte a life-saver ti te-o however, if y i
us. I', re all parents who have plo$ Ws on board ithe
their children studying in the day. his fre would pot b
states wilu be delighted bring imbured he aid.
them here under the bll-i Itl
will apply, we're not sure." i ee n ra lI w not .
Mnwhile, Ia aanofficial ntre nw l t
e6ar syte slace. ees abod
sI okesnn of the Canal It wwas Ib."gg. heeiIAwt'
le- wp 'that *loyes who employ who sinedw
iht twravd to their hoom I .O MPN-who reigne.
I'a-Wot Cuatdwill bf.laen. to tohe S l fi. .i.
loH tekt, if t y do- then rehired under0
,-t-" o t-" r d- r brught back down. .i
Iast Iti d, tiea- s w s banned about
keeploi the transportati clerkiai lts io, b la n,
busy e-p it Was learned that it could Mnot be i SeiIa
the bil. was nthe Ary w ether th.y
thPinD Put i patedthrowing
requDes f which had I w tinato wd for I lm '-
been maproned. were now calling emplo"
to inquire whether the travel
could be applied for under'the ,i Ii hU sid >
new set-up. aome said they were .l'ow lly .oneI l
leaving within the next few
This morning, a Panama Ca- JSSin olunll
nal dffclal went aboard the
Panama Line boat due to sail AHu l Uo
from Critobal at 11 a.m. with m wihWU
copies of two- year contracts .
which employes must sign In Both rnin and
order to be eligible for the fM we AsIlS -iMbeleld id
ride. Their rights under the new irgartins of all UVS.
law were explined to between t0e CaRl Zone d
25 andp Canal workers who an iw n e tm ex ept ata
mentl to the transportation, oae, and Oti w

Nation SiLckness n unmt a
garden hours was madeoL;Q;
nection with the school Aif
-US CampaIgn el"ttheV
W S Campaign Bach ch ild wll atte-n
morning or afternoon
kindergarten and will
tept lesion In themar-where posbbN t th
Islafids Mbrchl I Tbe MMW W.
He and 22 a p Mim f sutereabd e fm t S
S d de=rees ol rUiation 3Botohmo w ia and al
and have been hospitt- M herldpill In
ed ever'sne. gradess above
All howed lamr t until our wi e
Kuboyamna deveped jaundice a. and 1 to 2:.
last Sunday aad 1 a4 it a cO- first and secad
ma. his condition wakened by 11: m. amu. M& i
the eoa-ionth sege of radiation rd 3 tar0 and
Heg rwteadO y wone and S r T *-,
was oeiOved near death.
But BIAr How l
nli ued lone npiOils In
aral which o saId mig ijn1
UsanwilhSSthe UnMd States
of- ipaM rWbut
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---_- Gordon Gray of Ufnverity e. __. .-h

geeeiv sd ee-i ,, bais fored fale neaiewamde I. w .phae to perjury. ......r. l .+.v nw.te u, Jit-A-S .

concern Opp ehe epuollc of Pa m e genert h anded ,*ny o the Irobra mer'n fitnes .* I a aan Ute y Ge- l steut ts."
*- orch of te Iu*' the R f to sposrethlearanc baa b r DIO CSEATIOv
e h attb S este aver uue lag t h when** e *e rity division of a t ent of 1 M i

WA S IN GetO ,eneeal
,o ..... nA who ea bee I g, R
c ats ge d .aT t ment see .rm
Bf3ON t Pa 3cM BACKHOUS, / cases. Under hw direction, the .ar a
SE ipenhe emer record will be i re-s- iI he out
enhDear Sir: a ln d see n cntain- the Dae h. wo in iibaId< the aIh Pre sn t
"a eWI"ioi sas nt w d perjury, O! ,W.or belw ret r. new forj-
For several ears nlow. I avr bre read of e hr dspioflafe orota charges a alnat I u* % SL Xtd. 11e blue-eyed beauty
on ern the of t the public of ny Ato mc men l a n
cartlula1 About the d Aminhsfhtolrlf tO trade. tM h ,the ,
asmIn ot eal ag" ra td to ltOn- NEORONI.sRon's beport.Oedss
-In y,r ntce of thO rea-tlo of. t P s
authority over the hotel yes o. the fact uIat W Th Oppeteodet c .was LA gat- fR o ab I Hdn sups
Sorh hsno hRp r oo any oe arro-.
le point out t you, in mannerwt t o Wf constructive critic am, so r c e from July to De ceadaso of o, .
,th6 things th e average o # tl lest s _hou he stops o the reft when r the n liting of his *Q" eo. -.o., o e uod se rmro* e
prch of the Republic. 8m of tie ay sco it or th ty clearance was b g consdert n- A f l nt *

altveto impl r et cihe tqiort&, And thich tS ribO t e d ad den %i v his lcess ttical leaders ore hand- ,t Lesier. .f vr 2h
the prtolect iv tis aN hof le ,hca n Ifswow a ae ., n ae Tb d or gpy
n rn am hoe leoAv tel sO' 3 a in the direction os b ti- secet. a wMI sb y oer i

iae*. lighted Front Stre.t. .to him. o looks IIker the P e.uen May Der. t t et Dof "l r-r her, @ sa y
S as com so p&r to find. Theet are many and pv i* l hl g and the Gray o ard was et t e ai Y
l~With e tlent merchandise for i benefit h p to hab u ndle .it... ho rt r a I t I
tnz o teont wntshoMps-l Tunhe ~ lyUa ;.aho)rIn April the Ilr r oard friend A bendt

o rrsev ea l yehanow.r In h o b^ a f*reaingf'teI rap1o go uboae eer g to 1,d .d o o u Wod Yos a a. h
m th gl t theaR b aRub c ha n i:t. oi wi ola w ie w thec Cn n i oamte m r. (a r e

Itarti rA dogwttn F luot Sto urett h41e g estia e a .v Tt Mm i n the moale hee" f te a t- ken...p toirlt cuisen tr u1 I"
wSiter 'hi rf uem0 and t he strrnrnlbo ges.T .al-io /ra m r Anchorage, Al ik w ere d m true- -uhd ucase lAe sprines ie l er i n- af v s"iu tow
in tO a e l owa l h stt a y n theo.O i rld asA s se. .t cou sh a a fr- I w in\

ata Ovother w Itlt o ti d theS n fat nie htu0i tn or au,'o I wrlI b9e u y tha .o an o ron t a. y, f ame a the dnm.y. I -a
6h"tnrch noftheAtrent.,o ,e l Marhe i weoirle n dho0f at- D as re u th.eRepublic, ""'t'hat "a a
tAiC CLO't youin at ared t."Ofcnstrucivo rente aanlo at ip014nfroCutrse the the n gowO hM o
*I, thtoith to avershiforabGeathorestopairhifo r fst when th Co tt 1 sesio ,,, o.neAo
dorn' bOter wihcohs ofthese r afeoofth the w as oer-eAfter aseo ofrt hrh a

i Ibn* onr nd with o.peAtnoWbh 1 s r cl a ll OhOI ithe a.mio n l oe bina d l al on al R e th e or ae) w C ru

i s. l. r a d O v the ihe ot lot-. tVrom$o we T h ,. a NobAe o as rla-iv A Md) at lutan
I rmmpSao hble fe t e menberl t e Acriher ovee g d

F ir. ..alin -the wfitnp10 6A to ecllp fthe-bi lit-A ClMde eprer tche Dro.a r86tc t e thoww N i o ae

.Sh, tohm t the oed nen)e .t .n.t ontheout a.,rar-P l~'e s sMeo nanaa d

bee bsaf m gh imt o teiltelche oBt, p -.ra to na s andd thn Pandt e LE E one '-7i. no g ta ntea. crre ehm. aaun eo.r ge o'LL 'L 0 GL.adMr
wate a l b h, a hm pelb,-a. Tnhen thflfan c b a DI deeJtKoImes wM ar o monK d--Iroo rt g .a.r o starha nel n varl aapsanil a' p. 1 '
i grte ttel of n Mas and t is l*Jg wlda h begr aon r a theutrb h er ls r ea Hol tlf.roi m il he.

nt-stay -ig onld -eries. _es .a.dts)nbt ,, hiOe, w ss u bash oul d b are a o rd
Sl eose ee An I the. lr it wO I t ed b Wro Amer d id tom n nT e a ba a e's i
thf reIpros tse l yih ehe a isAri onu y t hat withtleenetblm bro Iudo a t da pcma iWa. amtd in a the enoou o.W
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t thS ;perfuemtaaeparnd ait0oaftrheo.rA ioaestP oranoilR o e r of Yor-th ehentna arateon cof xesil e Leet
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ord Motor Co. Stock

May Be Put QOn Market

DETRO, Sept .3 (UP-o in robust financial health and e.
Moto Co., a family ruled mus* ven spent more than a billiondol.
triae mpit siftce th elate Bery lars for expanalon since 10 "with
4 bought out te company' out borrowing a penny.
Oke~ arlyin flIts history. The company source saAd such
" e ,r wie opentoday fr & c n'^ auch
SWI rM ie, pn a~1 sok sale would involve ony
sPlAUtion it soon might Offer some 3 million shares of glass a
s k for publisale. non-voting stock owned by t h e
Tight-U&p officials of the bil- foundation. The Ford family owns
lionsdollar auto fi= refund to the other 6 nI cent of this stock,
confirm or deny a prediction by 1l9with entire 172,900 shar.
Fortune magazinet hat the compa class B stock.
y wouldoler stock on the mark. The class B stock is the otUng
onthin the 'next a0 v e r a 1 stock, givin gthe family complete
months. control of te company.
rthe a wHowever, the New York Stock
ddedsr tus anweast oa d Exchange regulationsprhiitit
ren added subsIane whnp F.aleofnon-voting stock.
se s i sning thre W ras t foundation stock was con
rno Sc t, revived a averted share-for-share ito voting
o atment tMade last year b tock and sold publicly, the fam
cu sHdexhnryCFordmi
oy sresI twk sd bRnd ly could lose control.
Son his words.
"I am sure the day will cfone,
and even in the not-too-distant fu-
ture, when we will reveal those,
figures," Ford told a n a t io0 n a I
press conference in May 1853.
The "figures" Ford was refer-
ring to consist of a detailed pub-
e accounting of company sales
and earnings. Such a statement
would have to be filed with the
Securities and Exch ae Commis-
ion before stock could be offer-
The late Henry Ford. who found. SPECIA L
ed the company in 1903, tookhsole
control by buying out stockhold- E V E
era when the firm tgan to flour-
ish several years later. After that,
he steadfastly refused to consider
new stock Issues which m eight
wrest control of the firm from his T J
The mushrooming firm began
its biggest business spurt shortly A- r
after World War 11. It soon oust-
ed Chrysler from the runnerup
spot behind General Motors in the
Industry's "big three." SUN
It now claims about O30 per cent
of the total market while GM
neys a little better than half .-A
Although the firm has made lit-
tle effort to hde its intentions of
winning as much of GM's market L
as it can, a source close to theI
company said a public stockosale J
would bhe more for the benefit of
the Ford Foundation ic wt 1Il
here was speculationthe found- U P R
atlon, a non-profit charitable or-
gnization founded in 1936, would
toodiversifyits holdings" by Monteferrin Street Nei
using money frm a stock sale to
Invest in other enterprises. It was
reportd Wh -inpany itself was

Jailbreak' Ready *
F0.Tomorrow Night
At Tropical Club

^bB. Thehae maden they kno
op e and theis beond fancy-
anaed dance o th e year tomor-
row at the Tropical Club, h
This year's ,jailbreak" will
feature Clarence Martin and his ( 0
new sound band a bd also Victor
Boas orchestra. Besides these
two bands, Los Romanticos will
present as an added attraction
&La Orvuesta Troplcal"-a new
musical aggregation from Pana-
The members have been busily
getting together decorations that
will add realism to this "jail-
break." They have made It known
that prisoners' costumes are not
obligatory. n ---k
Martin and his band will be-
gin the "break" at 8:30 p.m. and
w1 play until 2:00 a.m., when
Box and his boys will take over
until 6:30
Around. midnight, Orquesta
Tropical, special feature of the
dance, will make its Atlantic side

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Mass Vaccinalons
Against Fever
Ordered In Trinidad
PORT OF PAIN, Trinidad
Sept. 3 P) Dr. A. Peat, d-
rector of medical services, an-
nounced today that everyone of
t =besland's 700 residents I
to be accinated against yellow
Ile said vaccination teams al,
ready had started this top priori-
ty drive and that 10,000 persona
were already treated.
The decision followed confir-
mation by American hiatolost
In Cuba at a liver section tak-
en from a local hunter Indicated
he had died from yellow fever.
This was the second confirmed
case of the disease.
Vaccination of residents in
jungle areas actually started
several weeks ago after monkeys
were reported dying by hundreds
from yellow fever.


e Thermos containers, with
locks .....7.95, 12.50 and 13.50
* Thermos containers, one
gallon ............2.50 and 3.95
o Large meat grilles ........ 3.95
* Sets of. three pieces, for ,
barbecue large-large. spoon,
fork and spatula. ....... 3.95

Cocktail sets ................................. b.50
Sets of 4 trays ................................ 1.65
Mallet for softening meats and fish .95, 1.10 and 1.90
Plastic liquor containers SPECIAL .. 1.65 and 2.80
f Knives for cutting
meat, fruits
and bread,
.40, .65, and .95.
* Barbecue spits,
spatulas and large
spoons, all
stainless ..... 1.40
*Wire trays for
fruits, colors:
black, white and
mauive....... 3.75
* Bar aprons .. 2.95

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(Set for 8) "Carlton Ware" "Delft Bla" (Set for 6)
$2.75 $5.25 from $0.50 from $1.95
"Iktneos" (St. LouS) oblet
NOW 'NOW NOW Goblets
N W.f(Set for I) $NOW
Cps $125 Set $66.00 Va$es $9.50 $0.75_
() NOW "Florentine NOW
from. $2.75 from $1.25 from $1.50 Hats... 1.50
_B_ ags.. 3.50
O.w Firerie. NOW E 28RPM...$0.10
Cologne $0.90 frm 23.00 33 1/3... 1.50








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gven the personalized attention


o Ice buckets, nicely styled
* Tales for bar, with glasses
* Small tables with beer
* Lal round tables, very
modern ..................
o Special gadget with ice
bucket and classes ........
o Barbecue spite of stainless
5.93, 7.95, 9.75 and 26.50



* RATTAN FURNITURE From I to 8 strands
Solid individually or in matched sets.
foriN ou"Imwuo Triple twist COTTON RUGS
D^H U fj g available Wall to Wall-
1U ^4 or Sized.,
SUITES... Period or Modernistic.





own personalities from our tremendous array of
in Luscious Solid Colors ... or Mix Match
them with the Modern Dimensional and Floral

1.95 yd.

*For your' Shopping Convenience Well be Open AHll
Day Saturday and Monday...
* Come in-Make your selections Pay for it Later at No.
Added Cost to you...

* Remember: NO DOWN PAYMENTt

* No interest... No Carrying Charges
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Rtekbig Chairs.....2. 9
rlebo d .......... 8
Tables .............
Mabegany Arm
Chain ..........2 5
ahegoany settees ... 4.50
tanmty and At.e ... 45U.
Modem Wardrobes 59M
Meayweed DoblMe
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from England sealed, of course to protect
their distinctive flavor and aroma.
SRve you tried an English cigarette?
They're extra-firmly packed, extra-mild.
T'H first and best kind of mild cigarette.

Eisenhower Puts Away Fishing.

r aeG For Security Conference

DENVER. Sept. 3 tUPi Pres-
Ident Elsenhower, reasonably re-
freshed after a three-day moun-
tain camping trip, reluctantly
put away his fishing gear today
and headed back to Denver for a
conference on national security

Press secretary James C. Hag-
erty said the President would be
joined in Denver by Robert J.
Cutler, the White House liaison

The Perfection of Cigarette Luxury


For the President' the fishing ....*
trip 'tas a work-and-play. affair.
He signed some 100 bills, affix-
ing hip signature to. some .of the
measures.while sitting at a pie- '
nic table.
'The President 'took time out
fiom his fishfinr yesterday to ve-
to the, so-called "un-American
trout bill" on grounds it was un-
necessary legislation.
Proponents of the measure had .S
argued foreign trout appears on
restaurant and hotel menus in
many instances under the guise ,
of Rocky Mountain or rainbow ALLEY OOP
trout. '
The President said the present WET KNOW
tariff act and the food, drug and PALVOIENr
cosmetic law provided sufficient
safeguards against such decep- /W
tion If thoroughly enforced.
"Furthermore," he said, ''the WITH
provisions of the bill are dis- ALLEY-
criminatory and oppressive a-
gainst foreign trade and to a
substantial extent they would
invade a field of regulation and
enforcement which I believe
should be left to the states and
He also took time to formally
designate hurricane stricken
sections of Rhode Island and
Massachusetts as major federal t
disaster areas eligible for gov- I
ernment assistance.
The .chief executive embarks BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
early Saturday on a one-N_*v air
tour of upstate Colorado. Nebras- -' emvlBl
ka and Wyoming. He still has a _I
number of bills to consider and
a major TV-radio address on his OW .W ST 0 9%M b
schedule before he can plan an- %OL%' .VUWV ~ T
other trip in his mountain fish- *I H D AWOO Wt0 -
ing retreat. COOLt WVa6 .
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Everyone has to hurry now
and .then.. But even when you
are rushed for time, don't push,
shove and crowd ahead of the
other fellow.

Real courtesy sticks with a
person even when he's In a hur-
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officer with the National Securi-
ty. Council and that the two *
would discuss the NBC. Hagerty .
would not elaborate.
The President broke camp at
8t. I4tule Creek near Fraser,
Colo., 10,000 feet high in the
Rockies, shortly after lunch. He
and his guest,, former President
Herbert Hoover, made their final
angling epditon i the icy,
hafchery-stocked Jtroam yester- ,
day morning but -neither. would
dss his catch. r wouldFRECKLES AND WIS ITIENDD
Mr. Hoover, however, appar-
ently emerged as winner of' the
flshing derby with his catch or HFAa APH-.
a trout. which he modestly de- mo. L VR EvMO
scribed as perhaps 16 Inches THIS .SM
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A mtt L to y 4L .. .. Pa... 2-0740 2-0741 LA.u 8:30 't ..- 10 .

1 lISS. ESTER HUMBERT and her fiance, Mr. Rene A.
C;j'lat Jr., will wed tomorrow in Panama City.
A social evept of tomorrow will be the exchange of wed-
dinx vows "between Miss Ester Humbert Azscrraga and Mr.
Rent A. Orillac Jr.. which will take place at the Santuarlo
Nacional del Coraz6n de Maria in Campo .Alegre, at eight
o'clock. i .
MIps Humnbertis.the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Federtco
Huun*tt thee grtimm the son of Mr. ani Mrs. Es&ne A. Orillac.
.e4., Father. Pado ,will perform the wedding ceremony
which will be followed by a reception-at the Uoion Club.
The e-to-be attended Saint civil engineer with the contracting
Mary's College ait Notre Dame, firm of Framoro, Inc.
Ind., and has been employed as a -
secretary with the Companla Pa. COURTNEY GAIL STEMPEL
nameina de Seguros, S. S. Mr. MARRIES MISS CHADBURN
Orilac attended the University of IN SAVANNAH CEREMONY
Notre Dame In Indiana. Is a' Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B.
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Chadbmra of Buaeaventara, Co-
leamba, have announced the mnar-
ria ofI their daughter, M
Victoria, to Mr. Courtney Gill
Stempel, sea of Mr. and Mrs. Max
L Stempel of Panama.
The ceremony took place at the
Catholic Cathedral of St. John the
Baptist In Savannah, Georgia, on
Aug. 26, with Monsignor McNa-
mara of the cathedral staff .of-
fleiating at a nuptual mass.
Among the guests attending the
ceremony were the members of
the Sqvannah Athletics baseball
team on which "Cookie" Stempel
I has been playing as a pitcher this
Later the bride, and her moth-
er, who came from Colombia for
ithe ceremony, were presented to
some 8,000 fans at a special end,
of-season game payed on "play.
ers appreciation night."
Afterward the newlyweds left
for a wedding trip to New York.
They will retrn to the Isthmus
and make their home in Panama,
where Mr. Stempel, a 1949 grad-
uate of Balboa igh School, s in
business with his father
Miss Chadbura, who is the
nelce of Mrs. Blanche Mclntire of
the Canal Zone, and was graduat-
ed from the Canal Zone Junior
College with the class of '54.
Miss Hobbs' Engagement
To Mr. Satriano
Announced By Mother
Mrs. Helen R. Hobbs of Balboa
ailnounce the engagement of her
daughter Helen to Mr. Paul J.
Satriano of Denver, Colorado. The
wedding will take place on Sept.
18 at 3 p.m. at the Mount Carmel
Catholic Church in Denver.
After a three-week motor trip to
the west coast the couple will re-
turn to Denver to make their
Mrs. Hobbs and Mrs. Lavinia
Dahlhoff aunt of Helen Hobbs will
!fly to Colorado for the wedding.
Miss Madison's Betrothli
Revealed in States.
MrW and Mrs. John R. Smith of
Ventura, Calif., formerly of Cris-
tobal and Ft. Gulick, announce
the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their daughter,
Miss Beverly Ann Madison, toi
Mr Albert J. Bondurant of Phi-
ladelphia, Pa.
The bride-to-be was graduated
from Cristobal High School with
the class of 1951 and is presently
on active duty with the United
States Navy in Charleston, S. C.
lrwedding w1# .take. place
Pihfdelphiat s month at the
home of Mr. teduranfsarents.

Miss Jaasqn Reteain
To New Jersey Sbeool
Miss Britt Marie Janson Is sal
ing today for New York a board
the M-S Bolivar enroute to Con-
vent Station, near Morristown,
New Jersey, Where she will enter
her senior year at the Academy
of St. Elizabeth. She has been
spending her vacation in Panama
with her parents, the Consul Gen-
eral of Sweden and Mrs. Carl Axel
Janson of Campo Alegre.
During part of the summer,
Miss Janson workedas a student!
assistant on the staff of The Pa-
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In the Pi.. a '-Canal and exppased to rain and snow in the

Ticino,'Sw itraIndM6ado im ermeability remains intact!
.W*DfE th PMOM. 9 *. W m sadder., fead-instOrcto- o the
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divers of thi Pauu a Canal, has had a Movado waterproof r.
watch for ovrteyears;n he wears it for all his diving
.W _9aj s, wme%, pgiag toa a 4pth of over 1f20fe

if tbh 71din, Swieiand, in 1950, a surgeon Or. Baszi lost
his waterproof automatic Movado watch in his grounds on
the Monte Bre at an altitude of 1,000 metres (over 3,000 feet).
Nearly three years later his soa found it and at his louch it
started going again perfectly. Dr. Dzi writ, "I am proud
of myMove rdo"
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These two efoqaftf exnptelltutte the b ehaviour of a
waterproof Movado in contact with water. Letters from all
parts of the world are constandy being received attesting to
its excellence. If you want a waterproof watch to wear in
the water and with which you can swim and dive without the
slightest misgiving, then choose a Movado. Thanks to the
famous. Movado case with its compensated stresses, normal
care is ncoug to presrve its impermeability.

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It is a pleasure to park in front of CASA FASTLICH now
We wil. gladly pay your parking expenses.


ML AND MRS. JOHN ARTHUR HEY who sailed last Sun-
day en r6ute to Missouri where they will make their temporary
home. Their marriage ceremony was performed at Ft. Ama-
dor Chapel the evening before their departure. Mrs. Hey is
the former Miss Barbara Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Roland' Jones of Balboa.



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MORRISON 4f 0o July Ave A J St.
Juso Aroemala Ave and 33 St.
1$2 LA Carris.quilI

Cemnra) Ae. 140
No. 3 Lotlelu Plaua
Fourth of .uly Ave.

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Agenela in5lt Puerblias deensU
41 Ceowm ve. '
Parque Lqoesae i7 treel
U eCtatl Ave.

141 Central Ave.
0 strewl No a6
j. Fco. de Ia ne. Ave. No. 41

Via pmla1 No. 34

The "tlaLlau M onof Wa
ama will hold beir 28th Annu
Sunday School Conferenee at t]
Colon Tabernale on 4th Stre
on Sunday.
The conference is divided In
two session: business from 9:
to 11:30 a.n., and devotion
from 2:00 to 3;30 p.m. The pit
lic is cordially Invited.
The tUheme of the conferen
Is "The Sunday Sehool An I
Investment." Highlighting t]
devotional session will be tt
singing 8 a anthem nUtlui
S"The HAavns ArMe Tellni" 1

rr combined values from the 19l-
lowin hrche:Colon, Panama,
Atomobil Household TRAVEL' Enjoy a wonderful week-end GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara Beach Cot- PROFESSIONAL be an award of praisee to the
Automobileg- -O-U ,n Son Juan Puerto Rico, September tages, modem conveniences, mod- best eW on the top "Wht
FOR SALE 1950 Codillac Model FOR SALE -Tappan gas stove,. de- 18-26 Call COPA Panama 3-3171. rate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567. A Christ Means To Me. N"
S 62,excellent condition, 5 new white luxe model with automatic oven, P o on lctt tSladnt li
Stores, new seat coers. Tel. 88-836. very well taken care of $100. HAL- SaAL W. Ak VOW Pr e9 w Doc
Qtrs. 116-8, Golick. ___MAN, A., V Eila. FOR SALE Pa. 3.1877. Cristob 3-1673. ew oc
FOR SAL Leving 1950 Chevro FOR SALE: Venetin aluminum a OSTR'S COTTAGES, on mile pos the New Weldwood (ue (Contied from Page 1)
let sedan. 1946 Ford Panel, I ton. blinds, plastic cape, excellent con- Miscellaneous Snto Clara. Low rates. Phone
East 29th Street No. 18, rear Mer- edition, practically new, complete set FOR SALE its and Pants, BEST- Pob 2-1866. of the medical service at Fort

Sodez F 1 s y te HALMAN, S.A., s y FOR ENT:-Vt atr hlet paced bFOR SALE:- uits and Pants, BEST- a "olbo th wr id f 2-1866.oth tt
R SALE:, Tudor se- tio enclosure. Phone -364. prices. BESTFT," Plaza Sant ey furnishedtelephone nd Woo Paper, Clotthe medic d service at orgeas.
don. Must sell Leaving soon. 2- Ana, Panama; 1 IIth Street, Colon, for Rome or Industry Henderlon ,was a one-time
2348 M orrell, or 25-3380 M en- FOR SALE :--W estinghouse 25-cycle r8et In M minutes student oftthe canal Zone J.n- e..h,. ,_ .
refrigerator, very good condition, FOR SALE:- Afewspd l ourbon, Spa- SetsoIn M like M stic dtr CO fege and was em ployed ,. k.-t6 w-.I, by-- ,;b
--dez. ~. l lso ,FO N -tr e hP k n nesrmlt ns n A : eCllV E a NMunted CobdR en Whiskey, Ron. FOR RENT:- Very attractive chalet-I Packed in Handy Tubes for a tih e aS a student assistant
Nsai*.- Coetes and Castle Club Gin. At any pletely furnished,, telephone and W Paper, tio period here in the ear-
PANAMA AUTO, S. ., Jose Fre- FOR SALE :-3 pc. Rottan sectional her or bode. Your Detileda lothot wterV reasonable. Pay ex- ly 140'. He was brn in
masc don A. o45o 3r table $200;o l 2ndimed-oak penses only. Phone 2-1881, 8:00 M r Sam Houston, Texas, and is a
FOR SALE: -1954 Ford Customfine. lamp tables $15. Phone 86-2293. FOR SALE:-'48 Crosley 4-cyl., com- to 5:00. 0I graduate In medicine from
6-cyl., 4-door, Fordomotic, 7.000 a5 -- ------ plete running gear, no body, $50; FOR RENT:-Chalet, "Borriado Do- Central Ave. bee toWUgnedrlty. He will liO ser U S Pcy
[ miles. For appointment phone Riol- FOR SALE:-"Maytag" wringer-type '49 Crosley Hot-Rod Harley-David- iningo Dioz," to reslpnsible person. trl 1Ave. 279 be assigned to the surgical serv-n [ i n d
I boa 3359. washing machine, just pointed and son motorcycle engine, new tires, Bus service. Reoobly priced Ice atment at
'OR-SAL:-- 9 4-do Ford aond checked, perfect condition $70. ready to go $200, spore parts in. Phone 2-3627. Fort Cla was chief of the
two International trucks, cheap. HALMAN, S.A.. Via Espac No. eluded: '47 Crosley Sport Car, 2.O Fo hrste on, wborn at Pine o M
uty paid. Child' trainer. 764-, FOR SLE:-"Serve" gas refrigera- sweater, 4-cyl. engine, tires fair, en-FOR RENT Beautiful residence of
Borneby Street._Balboa. o tar In good conditiip $60. HAL- gine good, no top, ready to go, three bedrooms, hot water, terrace. view, Georgia is a graduate of---
FOR SALE ..-Twa .... MAN, S.A., Via Espoa I No. 1. spore p rts included $140; oxygen Phone 2-3035 the w G eor ia' ,(UP)-dfree world .should ree."w ith
FOR SALE-Two l948 .Chevrolet se- an d ocetelyne tanks, small, hose FOR RENT: Chaet, 2 miles from A. ORILLA received his medical degree from WA IN N, Sept. ree wd re atewth
dans, good condition. By compti- FOR SALE-Qurtr sawn ok dn. gouges, torch. $50. Phone 4-567, town, with gas stove and refgero- (Palmer Oduate the Medical College of eorgia The Amera Legio closed ts weapons oor chce ..., aimed
tive bids. Call Quarry Hts. 4143. ingroom set, completely modernized, House 120, Pedro Miguel. tor. Properly screened and ventilat- OFFICE HOURS: at Augusta. He has been on duty convention tod with a charge at the heart f enemy."
-brand new, never used- 8 chairs 8--rly and -e6 pe.t oaCly n d w l e a -P sd n e heO"m si
R LE 95Chysler Wndsor buffnd new, larg e dropleaf table. C FOR SA-LE: "Standard" 30-gallon ed. Two bedrooms, livingroom, din- Saturday: s s n. at Fort Clayton. and will be as-owers "masve at line, the tonven-
deluxe 4-door Excellent contion buheater, just painted, per ingroom, kitchen, garage.and yard, P Avee Tel. signed to the medical service atretlton" poe could lead to ed the Unted tates to
Qtr. 316-A, Albrook. Phone 86- Balbo 2870. fect condition, $50. HALMAN, $85 monthly. Call 6109 Cuundu, (I block from Lux Theatre, Gorgas. 'massive appeasement" sn from ay greeent
71r .SA., Via Espana No, 1. Canal Zone. Roa-Perez was born at He to the Munich agreement. barring use of atomic and hydro-
102. FOR SALE Leaving, livinroom ,. nando, Puerto Rico, and is a The Legionnaires also voted to gn bombs until it is certain
Sdiningroom sets double bed refri- FOR SALE:-1942 Pckrd Clipper TRANSPORTES graduate of the University of make unlveral military training such pacts "can be unbreakable
FOR SALE:-1953 Lincoln converti- diningroom sets, double bed, reri- FR SALE:-194 Packard Clipper,
FOR SALE 1953 Lincoln consideri- orator, baby crib and dresser. Call good transportation $150; I set of OR NT ORT Saduert o the received his med- their to lelatlve goal next and guaranteed."
tradble. Low mile-2e. Will consider -4888 after 5 pm. rosewood shades to fit 1-bedroom BAXTER S. A. ical degree at Harvard Universe-ear an toed on e United The convention also:
trade. Call 86-2 07. ------------- apartment in Diablo. Call Balboa siaB bycr er .t a CYty States to warna Russia and Red Commended the work of Corn-
SLOR -SALE--1953 Ford ranch wagon FOR SALE :-Venetian blinds, vacuum 2-4162, House 5777-A in Diablo. Apm m U Paeker, Shippers, Tenkins, who will be assigned China that further aggression munlst hunting congresatonal
two-tone green, 6-ply tires, direc- cleaner, light oak dresser and chif- ATTNTION I. Just built modem Mofems. at Colon Hospital, is a diplomat would be regarded a an "act of groups, Including Sen. Joseph R.
no sinos. Consider trade-in. nier, mahogany vanity, innerspri FOR SALE:-941 Plymouth'conver- furnished portments, ne, two Tel.: 2- & 51 n edtr hav beecerti McCarthy's nvetigatg ub-
Duty hours 87-7251, ofter 17:00 mattress, springs, couch bed crib le, rdio, 4 new tires, good con- bedroom, hot, old water. -T.I- a ein that service t year. He The convention chose Seaborn committee.
an82,--- *di mattesstableslamp chai tible, radio, 4 newitires, good con- bedroom., hot, cold watr.-Tel- 2t&ml iReintColho Ho a l ite year. Heded Ah an -,&(
828-3156. and mattress, tables, lamps, choirs, edition; Crosley refrigerator 5-ft. phone Panama 3-4941. born Waterville New P. Collins Jr., Las Cruces, NM., Heard CIO President Walter P
one QMadi Westinghouse refrigerators $18. nd B, excellent business. Inquire FOR RENT: Modenrn two-bedroo Open Dyfrom 10anadam to ahiod succeed Arthur connell that the United states withdraw

condition Call 86-112 $1nticHydromo- 5, small mchoginy toble $3, FO SALE-g o condition n. ZubRENT:' 3-802rn 3-3337. ap ished elvunfumish-y t A Te. the Universityofinnesot H tors mred and two h .
OR sALE- 1946 Hud soebker Chae- buffet $2. Phone 2-3550. dro Miguel Barber Shop, 8lly built to work in FOR RENT room apartmentsrtment, e. "21" gradual recently completed hi residency i ao Ie i in Heard Ambassador Henry C

l6PFOR SALEa-1949 unvriyoH ohesrseLsa41yr-l omr ir r eirart aro boanc bdetaeoeadl ofi c h
Stic R ix m .e sedan;hc 194Iu so J t ty pe macrhin etr.Phone 2-35 4, 6 p mon a A anr A artm entseo
Pyr omoh r-3e4enc"-B Bo-r 9 Bayno Street. an rg6con.' p m --C o n t a c t Alhambra Apartments, he ICO ges '1 1 University. He took his residen- Tr 41 u ar Cleoa lt nde arm ds e.
and cooking meet. no. FOR SALE-Two ele stove; odds $9 end., FOR SALE: IN TW"Chicago" ReEKS:- Mustaurant 0th Strnc t. Phone 1386. Colon Acroes Elanam LquortelHospita anover thehumpinthe Rejected annual Illonventio proposal
n. Cll Stone C obl -2747. 44, 46th Street Apt. 9. l Vibrphone, 3-octve 25-60 FOR RNT Mdern rom oprt- l been ssne as obstetr- om t rther Mrs. Percy A. Lason
one .. tble with 4 chirs cyclel e $125; Kodak Medsllen t busine. Inquire FOR RENT: s Modern two-bedroom Open Daly from 1000 m. to Ohio. new
O LVsettee with 2 choirs, foot stool and same lace, Colon apartment, 51st StreetNo 42. Un- 0:0 ..Clayton and l be e urit forces of the president.
hold goods including 11-ft.ffee table $8 $5; one Q.. desk furnished. For further details call Sundary fro 2:00 to 6:0 Lar ed to a duty ate Colon ine- lna-ur--a theater t t t d
t1b A ,Nmaie s blackap rhf to gaycoffeeZ-10. t2ble 7. Qe roWTde sr d ie A c cutw A-Boo od
onditOn Call 8631F2 small mahogany table $3, FOR SALE:-25-cvcle air-condition- Zubieta: 31802, 33337. id H Delivery at All Tlmes the University of Minnesota c
Stsell Westing__ S e -Thouse -Loundromt, 25- ocole n from __telE_.__nama, TteeConiset Ari predicted On duny WWtr t.e Army
S-1946 Studebaker Ch cycle, ely converted when C.Z ng unit, silly built to work in FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom aporment recently completed his resnat ,Clayton cid e h
pion 4-oorgod oint and res. FOR SALE-Elen-piecellent condition Phone Pedro Miguel 4-513. FspaciouR RENT:Artmnt: Two bed- the toppage bt the total of e rn will be assigned to the sur.-o on golny b Loutel rof i/is

Sporcelin_ 25-cycle, 9.cubic .ft_' DaeD CnAYaO H aLaCK$!-They water, uniohedror ro uyislhed ing many who could not get tr-as- country --0l Is
225 cash Phone Blboa 23064 ingroomni set, one () rdi-phono- 8-12 and 2-p.. Pri $4. bono Ave 866ub No al corneallhoe portation did not reach 250,000, of- ocky Meetingsl
The time0588-D, Old Corral Area. raph combinck tion. Leavingll Storeet. 3-3329 or 2-1227an coA assigned t at -(UP) into final negotiations with Dixon

age man I shaving, (that Is, In Phone lbo 828, ny $13.05 per th nd; "2"- FOR RENT:-Nicely furnishedroom apart- Hardest hit by the statewide 500 persons in attendance at n -Tennessee Valley authority di- Yates.
FOR SALE-ring 949Chevroletap oupe FOR SALE-Stovreso rly Call LEAVING IN TWO WEEKS:. ustCIA. ment, v ery comforte ood loco stoppage was the ublic trapor annual cosvention n Milwaukee re ha t yth h
ply cream the actual $ Telepon 34993, Sor PRODUCT ACIA, tion, only $75 a mth ush cll taon system whch operateat have no use for glass houses. ta on o y or sad the AEC has formed
deluenng of the razor) can be rudu 83-4297 between 9 e in the downtown on exhibitefrigeratr ompressor $1; py the Midwest eder- orate controvers ower con- the only provisor-diningrm, bedroom, chons whch concern

In one year, therefore, this adds gerbtor. 60-yycle,,excellentycondi- of *uy Av' o 7nd took a holiday leal Societies at the 14th annual combiey. would like to make "a careful
up to about 90 house, or about tion $150. Ca P. 5426. eiion Offrd i. I n a letter to Budget Dicrector analysis of te whole Instrment"
of coerfulrse there is thAbe out nd 5 p.m./3lle conhp. 25-cycle motor with pul-O ess. The Sao Pauo otton mark- born at utch- vernme nt Clrti how much of coner to the
.money of the soap or cream plus uartLE: 603-C Fort Clytpn. WANT e n sr dlly rfrPr r near Roosevelt Theater. i largest Brai did not oer- tested that the AEC "has made agency. a
-new blades oam.any betr i* enr .oe e life etc R m ate availablP e t o hat itus not being se-

To shave with a Rally razor, FOR SALE:-Six-piece livingroom set. Most lea eaeri F Oence ----- -- Jn outlying industrial districts .. .lcted excerpts from the draft of Curtis alsd tested what he
o soap or cream or water or upholstered, modernistic:li h and F RENT:-Furnished bedroom for d industrial enters in the inter. laced byxcerpolicym the draft of allied efforts b AEC general

S occupied s reduced to that months. $145. Phone Bol..2.3173. r d.2 Aply pronrlly o --------normally. c h, i rt wheo, became TVA chairman u- Wed- performance adereaibistint con-
Srneeded for the shaving opera- n LMA N S.A.Vas Ne., R AENT:-Modern furnishept -racts."
on tselfAN AN desires to take bRall mahogany sha WANT The coee port IIof Santos ao lly or v ,.oderote pries suitable truce, thest. on w as sid, by Cuis,e
aor Is about one or two min- WAN the consenable of s he third He wrormte Hugeds thately was

tes. ,WANTED:-Electrlpplinces re- Apartent tion walkout but the coffee market i C board *member Raymond R. Pay "oti to mobers ofto. Tre
uiPhon the malbo 2-141. methodd se plastic cushions, ottoman to Grge 9:00.m, Applrney Stre. WANTre efevre. Phone 2- nt82 on uninte erupted Wrthough some rtpointed by forer President Tru- ofbe

O Saving, namely, by the Ral- WANTED TO RENT:-Fufnished 2 or pair Shop. _Corol. Phone 2190. fully furnished, in Bell_ Vista or absenteeismrwas reported ou alliesan. tno r ot e r-Attimate Or -
razor, here L a good saving 3-bedroomatch; Simmons porch choir with t 9 p.mExpoition. Phone B-1890 s Downtown Sao Paulo streets a-h render to them istt, as a pre- ganzaton.t

X Eround in timcapable money or comprbltaking location. Nochil e.p d ot wer aoledand there was lto. Th* t o ontractnobinD the Dixo-atstool
c u s h io ns ; k a t-b l e m tome pld e s n o r L Il' ll je n o a nd A e te w

kc un n A 0R SALE ToA yetow Box.r dog n -med scenear e s1 oomt pit A a a 1s Ah etorbases
l cmarge l oren. ninh g cu s on s t e e a b e o reend a score owasoborn In St. paul, M in-ue to surrendering to commu- heLegon A liary clsed
full charge of ordering, planning lamp; drapes; floor lamp; electric .,apartmentden-rau
one2-burner table stove; odds ends. LEAVING IN TWO WEEKS:- Must trance. Phne2-3065. a ed e rb nes. e adIs Medical graduni
Se co s WANTED: 25.cycle, seled ber- d e lo s tr ate Of OlMarquette an Wohd Ovr university. t o it tiS e t As. on
aro's). Telephone: 2-to 24, in o. ve 44, 46th Street, Apt. 9. sell Vibrhone, -otve -60 FOR RNT rn 1r part-ar leaer laid victory asbee n aantheegon i, e r adiso, ., af ti new
LEAVING I US -S l h cycle $125; Kodak Medalist II, like ment, stove* ro frigerotor, hot w water. the stike, r / cd n Ee O eti v se curity fo rces of the pr esident.
hold goods including 11-ft. Kelvi- new, with tripod, flash nd expo- 51st and R. rias Street, Ava Compo CGardner to.tra. sthe LiS ca d

Setobl.CllCurundu5177. *,* moo t *$ Opponents s a Mr n ea d that he NcEW YORKa-(UP)-Next t
o lo go ds i neIeI I o aOSit satnama aSAoTfAGO, ChKe, Sept. 3 (UP) e Dixon-Yates contra wi cost he yof brch s
notor. Philco table model radio, sure meter $22; hearing aid, used Alege. Phone Pon. 3-4242 Sunday G Thiefs A accuse A-Bosses
spheeritecs.Phordp -A." oC. paullock. 71o-B, Tavstnilla -ofeNational Labor department W Ionla#dtiv of Danville
Other tems. Phone Store Phone Balboa 1828, any PRENT:of. L eop room Arn apartment in the G ard boner Ministry, said today flatly m Oh an d i eore than if the needed power b
LEAVIN N TWO WEEKS: -Must tme. withe Schoold's o Archtectur e o art the same all over the wor d. d were supandl ede TVA e h
Sfor sellWestinghouse Loundromb t, 25- irllRArn ad the o l lte thepressing the power group to enter way.
Sgoes 60-cycle, excellent conditionwPhonesF.o suruldihwolling P-wegmeefo
$250; Coldspot refrigerator, all rooms, two baths, two services hot the advice of her physician,

pore a25-cycle, 9-cubic Asunon, Bueno Ares, ed press conference, but cou
unit overhauled July$7. ExpoiciC.n. 2500.00 MAND Montevideo, urnishePd o unfurnished ing many who could not get tras- e

7th street, Gf Heihte i 24,000.00 Pde Jurepro.e aObod t he Ave .CubaNo. 5- I orn....e. Ph1on5
The te ped by the aver- Bullock, 786-B, Tvernilla Steet. Ave. Cub No 58 corner. Phone portation, did not reach 250,000, of- Rocky Meetings
age man in having, (that is, in Phone alboa1828,anytime. ks 4" x", iciis said. MILWAUKEE (UP) WASHINGTON, SEpt. 3 -(UP) ito final negotiations with Dixn
a with a s, $13.05 per thousand; 6"X2"X- FOR RENT:-Cool 2-bedroom apart- Hardest hit by the stewide 500 persons in attendance at n -Tennessee Valley Authority di- Y.
S plying a cream, the actual oP- $130. Telephone 3-4993, Se5orita bI PRODUCTOS- Di ARCILLA, tion, only $75 a month. Rush, call ration system which operated at have no use for glass houses Atomic Eenergy Commission has He said the AtC has informed
eration .of s h a v z n g and the-Aldrete A., No. 37-47 -V6Ispelta. -Pek., Panama 3-4825. 80 per cent of normal. AS a result, Thousands of stones were placed withheld facts TVA needs to nego- A tat the draft excerpts "are

cleaning of he razor in catn bend furth-0r detstore: a _world, and _ldeed ool ea had to ene her ton ersial power con- only provson which concern
reckoned at about 15 minutes. FOR SALE:-7-cubic ft. G.E. refr 3-0160. FOR RENT:-Furnished room. Fourth storn pulled down their shutters ation of Mni eralpgcai and Geolog-stract wit the private Dixon-Yates us." But he isisted that TVA
In one year, therefore, this adds aerator, 60-cycle, excellent condi- ""d of July Ave No. 7. -ad took a holiday. eal Societies at the 14th annual o mbina etthr would i to make "ra -carefu
up to about 90 hours, or about tion, $150. Call Panof adm 35426.irers ad te lat Fe Free
whole days of 24 hours. Then, FOR SALE:- 60-cycl washing t f. re FOd a opened but did itte burly onventd ion.Rwla e tr. Hug s A vIu cae
of course, there is the. coat in chine, excellent condition, $60. R ENT ness. The Sao Paulo cotton mark- __ chairman Harry A. Curtis pro- how much was of concern to the
money of the soap or cream plus Quarters 603-C. Fort Clayton. WANT o---rvieneen for nelfrser- et, largest in Brazil, did not oper- tested that the AEC "has made agency.
To shave with a Rally razor, FOR SALE:-Six-piece livingroom set, Me sa ys.lll-, 11104me0011.n ou11g idu1ia Machin",eset. R oom s ate., availablettha n
eetisoapy oorrcl ufthe ed t o d easycharstwo [nd to- pedreast iEnglish and FOR RENT :-Furnished bedroom for and industrial Ienters in the inter. lectedeerpts from the dra l
Occupiedeisireduced to that months. $145. Phone Bal. .2-31e73. 1ry and waeking cousditions toH Apartment 6. some absenteeism but operated whog. Gen. Herbert D. Veosistr con-
needed for the shaving opera- oroit'pet .y.' Apply personally to -normally. whobecame TVA chairma neel-I
t itselW, ANrR y1appliances, re-, WANTED The coffee port of Santos a a protest. it wa sign Curts,"
Ia'mr is aoou one or two mam- WANTElI, :... "..Ectril appliancestereneefeltt hee effects of the transport&- with the consent of the t h i r d He wrote R s that a
Mi.crfe. er.e p.. a...l ~Saturday,n9:00 aem. Appliance Re- WANTED,-Onie-bedroom apartment,ton uninterrupted, calthoughff omee mark CurtisaRdy Pattoyw erePayar- m emers"o
r. Iav n ely. by the Ral- WANTED TO RENTl:-Furnshd 2 or pair Shop, C-orotal. Phone 2190. fully fumished, in Bella Vista or absenteeism was reported.
in a good saving 3-bedroom house in Golf Hets't WANTEDi-English& Spantish sten-1 Exposition. Phone 3-1890. Sao Paulo streets .. ,y der-tinated the -
ardded time and moane or comparable location. No chil- 3-8opher-typist. Apply Crdoze &- were patrolled and there war lit- The contract, now being nego- cea4 cost to tlr govie1net of
S added to which you can ear- 3-4685. Linde, SA., Avenida Ancon No .h. tl month of pedes ormoto rt raf tiated between AEC and DIxhn- the D
ou in your pocket, asout wit h -WAN T Thoroughbredfemale.. LOST & FOUND lle movement of pedestrians or Yates, calls for the ehanneln ofV
ounc es.. and....... 0kilw Gemasn Sophro Cl 2-0860 motor traic. ilwatsofpwer int
from 7:30 to 12 noon and 1:301 R SALE I LOST-. A yellow Boxer dog named Police made nearly a score of TVA system to replaceeaimilardi m as ota

Ka | IJt^authority In comparative ar- er at the airport-. On u Iw-oA G" I am Credit if Desired
SIW I n Lt II chitecture and related fields, th hotel, she asked for ple to
.....y L-. attention, saying she felt taint a *ht Ame bae la In
IWO Il III The L.Un1ulshed vtora wI trom thee cushof the rOW Hsv ea a stem W"
00**1^. T .el 23 remain tn MuB" t one day,I Later. s left te hot a b By t*ill, TAT. LIaI EWalXrANC T1
6 [ Stret No. 22 Tel. 2.238 .as Ithe y deps for Mia- Wde door to dine at a local res Iage .t Tehl: c-U J "
O S on tArwayl fibt tMMa on shrimp m. 8146.-.
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NEA Food' and Markets Editor

Clore Udell of Chicago is a vet- Combine butter or margarine
eran Lake Michigan sailboat skip- and horseradish and spread about
per. Life on the water, be says, 2 teaspoons of mixture on each
brings that delightful feeling of slice of rye bread. Place 2 slices
relaxation plus a tremendous ap- salami and 1 slice cheese between
petite-two things ha go. a long rye bread slices spread with horse-
way to make the Labor Day holi- radish butter.
"Whether one fishes, runs an Peanut Butter-Orange
outboard, just likes to row or goes Sandwich Filling
sailing, -there probably will only (4 sandwiches)
be one tree hand for eating," he
adds. > One-half. cup peanut butter, %'
"Therefore we keep our eating cup orange juice, 2 teaspoons
mighty simple. For a day's sail grated orange rind, dash salt.
from Belimont Harbor, we take In- Combine peanut, butter, orange
dividual lundh boxes filled with juice, orange rind and salt.
sandwiches and cupcakes. The
thermos bottle holds either coffee )
or hot soup. Breezes can be quite ,utk iIfle
chilly.-ar out on the lake.
"A small portable cooler holds -
soft drinksr and a tray of fruits 'SEE EAR, SPEAK NO tVIL'
plis =tivJdual salads. A firm e -SE 'E NE-AR,+S QEKNO 0 ?OLC
the e eti". s Aatic
contan ersf wtf -caibetightly I nlwinter It ii ?rly easy to
covered are ideal for saladi.' eithereto take your, neighbors
, Skipper Udell reminds that foods o leave them alone.
need to 'be adaptable on a sail or But in the summer with children
a boat trip. There is always some-Playing out-of-door, families do
titng happening on a 'boat. One L99 a lot bf their living outside,
has to be free to take care of it and with houses opened up tok
immediately. catch a breeze, You'ye got totake
Select foods which can be eaten your neighbors, and they have to
out-of-hand-the kind that'you can take you. Youcan't just leave
pass to someone either fofe or aft. each other alone.
Only if yo plan to tie up at a Sowhat kind of a neighbor are
mooring, take. along a menu that you?
is to bq served fmm a table. One. Have you learned how to
ora menu that can take it, maintain a friendliness toward
even 'ifthe lake is a bit choppy, your neighbors without overdoing
the Udells like: Rye bread sand- it so that you are forever borrow-
wi hes (Swiss cheese-hard sala- ing or running in on them at any
mi with horseradish butter), en- hour of the day?
riched bread sandwiches (peanut o Youmakesure that
butter--orange filling), jellied 'r. your children don't "live" at the
fection salad, frosted cu a l neighbors?
bananas, plums, peaches, bottle Three. Do you occasionally
soft ks hot coffee, and milk. check to make sure that your ra-
t dio or television isn't turned on so
Swiss Cheese-ward Salami loud it seems to be aimed at the
( adwieb next-door neighbors?
(6 sandwiebes) Four. If you have to correct the
n isanh wi hild e-.dn .va .i n 4-it

One-quarter cup soft butter or
margarine, 1 tablespoon prepared
horseradish, 12 slices rye bread,
12 slices' hard- salami, 6 slices
Swiss cheese.

MA the reason there ore so
n" ki ddon the sheets at ni
is We'r ofrold to stay home

ne*sno*gM c* areni cana you o o |
in such a way that you aren't!
that "mean woman" to the neigh.
borhood gang?
Five. Do you allow your next-
door neighbors to have privacy in
their own yards so that ey can
eat, entertain guests, and relax
out-of-doors without any fear of
being interrupted by your wander-
ing over to join the group?
Six. Do you refuse to pass on
neighborhood gossip, however
spicy it may be?
Seven. When a new family
moves into Ohe neighborhood do
you allow them to find out about
people for themselves instead of
rushing in to tell them which
neighbors they will like and which
are hard to get along with?
Eight. Do you go by the theory
that where your neighbors are
concerned the best policy is "see
no evil, hear no evil, speak no


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CAMPESTRE where relaxing, informal country liyvng
begins Here's where the young ones take off for
swimming n the pool, hikes around the valley., And
here's where those whose body can't keep up with
their youthful spirits just breathe In El Valle's wonder-
ful clean air as they wait for their horses to make the
pounds. At night they'll go indoors to the big lounge,
after a leisurely drink at the bar, and play scrabble,
cards, talk or dance. It's such a wonderful chengot
.on pyr rooms Doubles regularly from $5 daily.

Th is Is a ge time to come. whether you s ve
aI famy or not. lot of Zone ba WiLU
be up here for a seed tim Sne*r Oe your
,a6issam early.

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Seei US Ecomy

On Upard Tiend
CLEVELAND, Mtiss, Sept. 1
(UP) Philip D. Reed, chair-
man of the. board of General
Electric Co, today predicted the
nation's economic trend will
continue' upward.
Reed listed d five reasons for
continued prosperity in an ad-
dress to several thousand Delta
residents who attended the for-
mal dedication of a 28-million-
dollar team electric generating
station, third in the state for
Mississippi Power and Light Co.
The bright economic future, he
said will result from a growing
foreign market for American
goods, the need for public proj-
ects, new developments in re-
search, the continued high birth
rate and the "encouraging atti.
tude" of the Republican admin-
istsation toward private enter-
Gov. Hugh White formally
dedicated the gleaming 10-story
high plant that rises out of an
old cotton field. A 58-aere man-
made lake provides water for the
plant that can produce 210,000
kilowatts of electricity 'each hour
for the utility that serves Wes



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nia with her," the mother said. others. You will see the MAGIC WHEEL o the NECCHI
.t. f after midnight today and went to do dozens of different fancy stitches automatically.
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McCarthy Censure Comrmitee Ho


ignores Joes Loud Protests by Erskine Joh
mvie queen of the "Came the "No; publicity was d i ,nt
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3 -(UP) and ends of evidence to present, heh oTa
-TheW S Oenac CensureeCommitteefirst.3 tish n iddlede-dee to the ex.-those days. There was more of
yesterday temporarily wound up Watlns appeared to have Dawn" era went pooh-pooh, pish- a secretive feeling about stars.
S rentatunof er nWeaoo Seun. closed taed r on-any farther panse of blushing pink chest that when the movie industry was
resetion of evidence onduct Se i coetdrah o on -ay Mcarthy' id some TV dolls are showing. young. Nobody knew or cared
office after McCarthy had accus- i.eato us that he My not I e- Dad, she winked, got more of! what we ate for breakfast. We.
od cemmitteeChairman Arthur l an impartial hearing. lne yeful watching silent mivie didn't do ad tie-ups.
N. Watkins and Sen. Edwin C. "I think we've settled it, as far sirens.
DJohnson D.Colo. of bad ethics. as the committee is concerned," Leatrice Joy rolled the blue- "Our big publicity was a i
ohasi o .. .. tWatkins said. reen orbs that paralyzed the boys the trips, we took. We'd gos p
McCarth. who q u e s t in ned' McCarthy declared at the open- .ack in the days oft he piano in Big Bear Lake for a weekend.
whether he %as getting "a judicial ing of yesterday session that it ,: the pit, the "Ladies Will Please Wow! The public went wfid. Or
wheringhe" sch geduled to begin was inconceivablee for Johnson to IRemove Their Hats" slide and the we'd go to Chicago. Zowje. A
his defense Tuesday ainst thesit on.the censure committee and film that spilt mint he middle. star's make-up secrets were hot
hs define general censure esd a rges un- refuse to tell us" whether he was "We did it better in the movies copy. And people were always
five general censure Howarges quoted correctly by the Denver than they're doing it on TV," naming their babies after me. I
derW comitee study Howeernment Post when he said most Demo- Leatrice said in a mink-rich voice used to send out gold medals to
the group ma ha e some odds critic leaders "loathe" McCarthy. "Did we have plunging necklines? all the litUe Leatr ces in theU ,a
The Wisconsin Republican also Oh, BROTHER!" tion. Brother, that was publicity!l
Asserted that Watkins was guilty Leatrice drew a finger across "People weren' let in on opr
ofa "fantastic" statement in say- her midriff. I romances. John Gilbert and I
ing it was not necessary, and per. ob weret he first two big stwrs to.
haps Impossible, for all six com- "Some of my gowns were cut marry. It didn't make headlines .
Smitten members to be intpartial down to here and the backs' were We were together and separated,,
in their feelings toward McCar- even lower. We just didn't push together and separated. Our mar-
thy or any figure in a censure up the bosom in the old days the'rlage was hectic. But nobody"
Scase. way they're doing it now. C. B. dreamed of putting our eSoa
cIn a four-way blast before tele- DeMille used to dress me in chif. the front page. Noiedtel
vision cameras jubt outside the' fon gowns. You could see right us for exclusives or broke down
Committee hearing room, McCar-1 through them. I didn't have to get our front door for scoops. It was
thy also denounced the Washing-. into one of his bathtubs. Those a different kind of Hollywood."
ton Evening Star for "completely (NEA Telephoto, chiffon gowns showed more han;
false reporting and Denver Post; SECOND DAY--Sen. Joseph McCailth (seated) studies some the bathtubs showed." : LEATRICE RETIRED '..from
for being "viciously anti-MacCar-1 papers as he waits for the Senate censure committee to be- LEATRICE. whose hair is gray movies o devote her time to her
thy." in its second day of hearings In Washington. In the rear now, threw back her head and small daughter, Leatrice Joyil.
are M, arthy's attorney,. Edwald B. Williams (left) and Sen. laughed. to prove that she could playi x
Watkins refused to comment Edwin C Johnson Just the way she laughed whqn talkies with the best of them in
on McCarthy's statements. But Rod La Rocque asked her to come "The Bellamy Trial'*. and "A
be told reporters: "We're not was quoted correctly. It sent him ingt hat It was all right if comr- lp and see the new Toulouse- Most. Immoral Lady."
going to investigate this hearing a one word telegram, "Confirm- Ing that it was all right ifcom- Lautree in his bachelor apartment Twenty years assed a ad, she
V Cover television, radio, kinescope ed." Johnpon has not said speci- mittee members were not im- or when Thomas Meighan asked stayed away from he soind f#it
or any other way. We're going. finally whether the quotation was' partial," McCarthy said. "That her to give up her wicked ways until she was lured back fel or
to stick to our knitting right !accurate. But he said he never doesn't quite tie in with repat-and live the good, clean life. Stallion in the Rockies," now a
here in the caucus (bearing) stated he personally loathed Me- ed assurances that this would be Chest colds? TV classic.
room." Carthy. a judicial hearing." Leatrice couldn't remember get-
Benjamin M, McKelw; y, editor Watkins had said that it was not' ting one or worrying about them Leatrice frowns when she
Watkins also refused to discuss of the Star, declined to comment necessary to have only impartial in those slit-way-down-duds, read the movie magazines these
a statement by Sen. Ralph E on McCarthy's attack members ont he committee to get 'It was the eyelashes that gave days and sees big titles about in-
Fl\anders R-Vl., who initialed Watkins and Johnson also de- a fair hearing. He said all sena. us the flu." she howled. "False side stores of the stars-"The
the McCarthy censure m v e lined immediate com ent. tors run for election on d ones hadn't been scented. We'd; Truth About Betty Hutton"-."The
Flanders had said he would object, s.latforms have certain rnc snip off long lengths of ouro wn Real Dan Dailey."
f the committee dd not onsder Sen Francis Case (RS.D. a ples and form oinionsave a events hair and fastent hem too ur eye- "No." she says, "publicity was
all of the 33 charges he filed a- committee member, said he con- occur. event ds with tweezers and spirit gum. dferent when I was a star.
against AIcCarthy .siders Johnson impartial. "I think McCarthy, ho said he "as. You neer saw such long eye-, For several years she's lived'on
The committee w.l h od no Ed Johnson is about as level-head- sumes" he will ttfy bfor the hes. I'd batt hem, and they'd a 50-foot gaff-rigged yawl at N'ew
S' hearing today to permit members ed a fellow as you can find," Case committee asserted tat it is "in stir up a breeze. They were pneu- port Harbor, 45 miles from Holly
to attend the funeral of Sen. Bur- said. conceivabe for the chairman to monia things, brother." wood and Vine. She does her mar
net R. Ma y ban k tD-S C. in McCarthy went before the TV go on television and smiling sahave h Publicity man I muttered musting up'keting in a disghy which she call
Charleston, S. C. It also will be cameras to reply to TV inter- it is unimportant for members tochave ad a tric dreaming up fSecond Childhoood."
in recess Labor Day, resuming view by Watkins W e d n esda y beimpartial, especially about Latrics low-ut "I feel worry she says, "for
tuesday when McCarthy ma Inight. He accused the chairman of his assurances that, this would gowns wh ll the white open peoplewho have to live on terry
Start presenting his deJense about of "the most fantastic statement be a judicial hearing. Prejudice spaces and those eyelashes. firma"
WWI0,. ','ver heard." always disqualifies a judge."
The committee held an execu- always disqualifies a judge."
SiOCHIcA. Leth cuss what Watkins called some sSHOWING ATYOUR SERVICE CENTER ,
i gure h witck a, "investigations that are still un- THEATERS TONIGHT! '
beateng old broke the der way." .
mild reek from whieh The committee finished its pres-A T. 5
Fa the Teu end-1 m entation of evidence on the last BA LBO A DIABLO HT 6:15 -7:55
Fa high.s ar two of the five censure chargesB A B A Reik HUDSON
14 against NicCarthy-that he urged AIR-CONDITIONED 0 Pier LAUIIE
federal workers to give him secret 4:30 6:20 :10 "THE GOLDEN BLA&D"
-ore baliess or ploesse trips data and improperly used such In- sat. "ABOUT1 sR LESL.rE
Colmble fly the VIL PANAMIAO' formation. JULIA ADAM
offer mihuMcCarthy'diattorney Edw ard
boas 1e to A m m o m h B. Williams, passed out to report. ,- ., AN .EFLIN Pedro Miruel 8:15 8:20
ITm PH ame *M eate, vi M U0idl era a legal memorandum .object,- .E "ABOUT MRS. LESIrB,
WITh4 NO CHANUO 4 P AAN4L ing to Watkins' ruling that it was OF THE,. T'
up to McCarthy, rather than the I tA W K .tu i4 "A T ,, '
Lavos. Pnemme m MONDAY, committee, to determine whether
SWIDNISDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY. Sen. Johnson had been quoted cor- TECHNICOLOR GAMBOA 7:00
S0.d9 s atum "le la I 'nn rectly by the Denver Post. "Wac from Walls Walls"
The Post advised McC a r t h y at "KNIGRMS OF THE
Wednesday night that Johnson BOUND TABLE" Saturday "MAN CRAZY"
GATUN 7:00 CRISTOBAL 6:15 7:55
Mother C"Ma & Pa Kettle At JIome" Altr-codltloned
SaL. "mutiny On The Bounty" The World Famous
__ _KiligDhrHarlem Globeroderso It
To Killing Daughter --MARGARITA 8:15 8:30 "GO,i MAN, GO1"
WT ilh n Daz ghrn "at "Ma & Pa KetOeAt Home" Sat. "Men of the Fighting A1.1e"
With Razor, Iron
H I T A m DLA BOCA 6:15 7:55 PARAISO :5
CHICAGO, Sept. 3 (UP)-M r s 5:9' *' "WICKED WOMAN" "THE BIG 1
T P O iN Katherine Krby, 66, fatally beat .__ "WICKED WOMAN" THE BIG HEAT"
H T !1 JL JL P O IN T 1and slashed her only daughter to-
day and told police she d it be- 30 CHAGRES -VER THE BORDER"
Cause she feared the girl, who CHAGRES 7:30 "OVER THE BORDER"
S 'worked and sacrificed to support
1 T '3SII' her parents, was "leaving me."
i"e was a good girl,ea s Magic Wheel NElH I | ws
a w r'agood girl," Mrs. Kirby mumbled bSANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:35D CAMP BIERD 6:15 -8:00
over and over after confessing the be c "VALLEY OF DECISION" "Decameron Nights"
slaying to police. It will
The pajama-clad body of Mary ), blindstitch hentms
right Jane Kirby, 34 was found on her a
bed An the sma Kirby apartment. sew on buttons
pold The mother confessed she beat make buonholes! A STARTS
wr"te her daughter on the head with an I T 0 MO m '!
electric iron and slashed Ler throat dam Wad mend!!
^j II with a razor while she slept. embroider, applique andi monj
i *Mrs. Kirby summoned police ram easilysndprofessionally!
s and calmly admitted the slaying, gram eily and professionally!
t then became hysterical and inco- fnish ALL sewing-completely,
a*f' 9 herent. ,. eliminating resoime handworkl I O P
She said she was "sorry" for e n t hd-k
relof mi .. what she had done but had been B- '*The NECCH& will do all thee things without
OOK "sJ'' 'afraid"' her daughter was leav- -ia atgment Is E u AP E
Mary Jane was "a very devoted N The New MAGIC WHEEL t
girl who sacrificed for her moth-
15 Working in the auditin depart. on the NECCHI works by just looking at it
meant of a mail order f m, she
the suoe yb t il h er are there Be sure to see the NECCHI (neck-ee) before you buy!
pen an invalid, died last December NECCHI is not just another sewing machine NECCHI $ -gt
Scae Shpoert then remained the sole sup combines the performance of twelve different-special. "
Mrs. Kirby said her daughter re- ized machines into one! While you watch the dem-
S turne t CMaon a ere a vacitin onstration of the NECCHI you will become aware that Of C
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o oI oal- 'aw Cha-iter
Pea Wo a Will oed for the Sunday night social ,ONOS 3St (UP -A' el On.lm alter
0. Op--- ," ,u.-tn l-7 held at the USO-JWB Arm- prominent Bntish cancer authori.- Royal Palm Lhapter No. 2
rdes ed Forces Service Center at 7:30 saidtoday Lbere is no simple 0.19.S, will hold astaJbed m meetingg
Tie ,opening of the new J-1.1 ..rlation between the death rate on Monday, at 1:30 p.m. with
Pen Women Workshop will take Military persormel and their from Iu cancer and t garette Mr. lra n .
place at Morgan's Gardens, Mil. families are cordially invited to mlg nc dcarette Matro, idM. ameS, jrar
raflores. an Tuesday a8 7 p attend. smoking. Member of R al Palm Chap-
Mrs. Pa t o r g a n who has Innes Show s cigarette joking is reason. tr living away from the Cal
bees n'madeh Natin......aiLie e James Tnei Sgho sible for the majority of deaths Zoae will be specially honored at
wof Amriu an Pen Women, isn mak-' N io eial University from l ing cancer, how' s it that tba meeting, which should make
Jag a studio in her rounds avail. i Tonight from 5 to 8:3n. the Na- Po 30 inr thent U A. who smoke -a Very novel gathering.
n h r n n niverst of Panam about3Pe' centmor.e cigarettes. ere will i regular order of
able as a workshop or Pen om-ional vers of Panama wll than we do, show a death rate business includinginitiation, fol
en artists ard writers: ,present a showing of the paint- rom ilnt cancer less than- half Alowed by a ncial Hon in the
at the opening, artit Elenor ngs of the young American ar- Ifromungc he asked in he S lowed B y Scal Ho
Edwards will demonstrate the i tist, James Innes. The show, open Medle Journal. master Stars are cordially
process of paintng under glass, to the public, will hang in -the Stars are cordaly
and projects for the annual Christ- ma loy te mn raon The question was raised by Dr. Ca-era Club Meeting
mno bazaar will be started. Building though Sept. 17. The Sidney.Ruas,pfw.essr .of .hysics The Atlantic Camera Club will,
For reservations for themselves show wil be open all day un at Mi ddlesexHoitall-- ca- tod.. ... ......C ,
anti their guests, members are 9hp.m. during week days Innes a school -nd form ma- m ialf" Imeet MAsin-oneven ate Clu
asked to phone Branch President was academically t r a in e d in leal and It willn -
Patricia Markun at Balboa 2872. schools of painting but ha man- lw Reseathe British Nrational Canbe slide criticism night.
age to break away. Hisp ctreas i r rch Laboratories.
"e"I Evening fall into a rough classifications of sMeeting
.ed Sund. at i ,epessi.nist. ,,_.,..books on cancer and is regarded la September meeting of the
an Spdaleeingy hat s bne.rshw i ofonist."a sp a s one of Britain's beat known an- Sojourners is arranged for Tues-
,special evening hassbeen plan-,I"The show witllbeof special in.-thortites on the subject. day at -te .Brazos Brook Country
The respective death rates are Club.
120 to 280 per million inhabitants, Make your reservations with
"j ,e ia he said. yorm Post Representative by Mon-
day noon as that is the deadline
.nm larest pAmericans, he said. "are the for the club' reservations.
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gram at a despedJda buffet at the
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asses 'D-E' Horses Share SpotlightTomorrow

Chingri And Regal Bliss Juan Franco Graded Entrie

To Tackle Chispeante;

Co-Feature Wide Open
0 I
Two $600 seven-furlong dashes for horses in
Classes "D" and "E" will headline tomorrow's pro-
gram at the Juan Franco race track.

P.P. Horse

Jockey Wt. COMMENT
Jockey Wgt. COMMENT


1st Race "I" Imported 4% Fgs. Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: U1:45
First Race of the Double

3-Blrlkan Bri.
8-iV. Breeze

One group will race in the fifth among the worst riders on the I
and the other will match strides local track. 2nd Race "I"
tn the tenth race. According the the "experts,"i
The tenth race shapes up as the the race should be b four-corner- h
more attractive event on paper, ed battle among Bendeguz, Piro. --Devonshire
In this sprint, the Stud Moneli- po II. Begonia and Valley Star. 2-Sanluqueftc
mar's excellent prospect Chispeas- Lopez Gil will ride Bendegiu, Luis 3-0aucha
e will get his stiffest test to Giraldo will handle B e g o n i a's 4-Firenze
t wie. reins Hector Ruiz will guide Pi. 5-Delhla
The long striding Arg e n t I n e- ropo 11 and Fortunato Hidalgo Jr 6-Greco
bred three.year-old beat Chingri will pilot Valley Star. 7-A. Maid
15 days ago but the latter is in Nine other races are included:
better shape now and should put on the program. 3rd Race "F"
up a stiffer battle. Chispeante will --
also have to contend with Regal
Bliss which was an impressive Fran Franc0 Ips 1-Enriqueta
victor last week for the first ju an1 IIa U i J 2-L Moon
time locally. -v CONRADO 3-Rega..

Alfredo Vasquez will ride Chis-
peante, as usual. Cowboy Rolando
Lopez Gil will guide Chingri while
Bias Aguirre will have the leg up


I 5-Consentida
Cormorant 6-Annie N
Devonshire C. 7-Don Pitin
Enriaueta I

K. Flores
F. Hidal.
A. Mena
H. Ruiz
F. Rose
E. Orte.
A. Gonza.
Reyes R.
B. Agul.

118 -Shouldn't miss now
100 -Ready for payoff
108 -Good early speed
103 -Improving slowly
118 -Returns in good shape
100 -Has shown nothing
lllx-Usually close up
100x-Nothing to indicate
110 -Still recuperating


Imported 6t Fgs.Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Double

C. H. Rulz 119 -Better chance this time
A. Vas. 110 -All-out effort here
J. Phillips 108 -Rates good chance
E. Orte. 107x-Racing to top form
A. Mena 108 -Could score also
0. San. 108 -Worth a bet here
A. Ycaza 108 -Dangerous contender

Native 64 FgsPurse: 5275.00 Pool closes: 1:45

A Ycaza
M. Guerre.
J Phillips
J. Gongo.
E. Orte.
B. Agul.
J. Reyes

112 -Distance a lit short
113 -Could score at price
118 -Has beaten better
110 -Longshot possibility
llOx-Early speed to spare
110 -Should be close up
115 -Nothing to recommend

on Regal Bliss. s4-Don Grau Malaya h
o 5-Bendegus Valley Star 4th Race "G" Native 7. Fgs.Purse: S275.00 Pool closes:
The surprising Lady Marths.I A-Ariaval S. Of Scon', QUINIELA
which will have Alejandro Ycaza 7-Amat Charming P. I-Malaya F. Hidal. 105 Back in top form
in the saddle, could be an upset- --.Jachalin Tampol 2-Yosipongo R Oomez 118 9 Dropped in class
ter here. Lexden, which will be 9-Courtly P... Granero 3-8S. Velluda H. Ruiz 108 -Has strong, finish
ridden by Enrique Canales, also 10-Chingri Chispeante 4--Tap Lady C. John ll-een form poor
rates a good chance. SJe was sec- 11-Paris Midi Tom Collins 5--Don rau K. Floren.s 11x-Recent rorm poor
ond to the classy Atys last Satur- "_ 6 --Plropo E. Flore. 118 -ould score at price
day. The six-horse field will be
rounded out by Cames (Osvaldo ANOTHER CHANCE 7-Burleiquito A. Mena 110 -Better chance now
Chanis) which will race in an 8-Coran J. Gongo. 112 -Was never better
entry with Chispeante. Durham, N. C.-(NEA)-Duke, -
The co-feature shapes ug as having lost four previous games Race"D&Fs.Purse: 600.00 Pool closes:
wide open affair. Piropo II, ego-;against Army, Is pointing to this5th Race "D&E"Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: 600.00 Pool closes:
rnja, Supersun and Dark Sunset season's home date with the Clack 1-Piropo II H. Ruiz 115 -Should fight it out
have been racing in Class "D" Knights, Oct. 16. 2-Begonia L Oiral. 115 -Rates good chance
while Bendeguz and Valley Star 3--Supersun Reyes R. 103x-Jockey handicaps
on with the "E" last week. STILL TEAMING UP 4-Dark Sunset F. Godoy 107x-Not with this rider
Supersun and Dark Sunset are 5-Valley Star F. Hidal. 103 -Best early foot
considered out of it by most "ex. Milwaukee (NEA) Walt 6--Bendaeguz S R. L. il 108 -Hard to beat here
arts" because of their riders and Shlinkman and C a r I Schuette, ndgu R. 108 -Hard to beat here
also the fact that they have Marquette assistant football
been performing poorly. Apolinar coaches, were teammates on the 6th Race "I" Imported 6% Fgs.Purse: $375.00 Pool closes:
Reyes Rios and F. Godoy are Green Bay Packers. First Race of the Double
1-C. Brand H. Rulz 110 -Post position helps

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-Erratic performer
-Aiming for payoff


i -Alaoaraa A. Ycaza 114 -Will force the pace 5-1
6-Sismo J. Phillips 115 -Would pay juicy odds 8-1
7-Ariaval A. Vas. 112 -Returns from layoff 3-1
8-(Newminster F. Hidal. 110 -Returns from long rest 3-1
g9-(The Blue 0. Pres. 114 -Good recent races 3-1
7th Race "H" Imported 6% Fgs. Purse: S400.00 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1-Merry Slipper J. Reyes 115 -Showing improvement 11-1
2-Amat A. Vas. 113 -Last was revealing 2-1
3-C. Prince F. Rose 108 -Distance suits style 4-1
4-Los Morros A. Ycaza 115 -Looked good winning 2-1
5-Hurlecano V. Brown 105x-Nothing In months 20-1
6-A. Fulmar B. Agul. 110 -Seeks repeat victory 3-1
7-Albeit H. Ruiz 110 -Returns from layoff 15-1
8-Sir Boss M. Hurley 118 -Doesn't seem likely 25-1
8th Race "F" Native 6% Fgs. Purse: 5275.00 Pool closes: 4:40
1-Don Wende F. Hidal. 118 -Nqt against these 15-1
2-Pregonero 0. Oraell 118 -Longshot possibility 8-1
3-Alonsito K. Flores 115 -Rates good chance 3-1
4-Jai Alal 0. Chanis 110 -Not good enough 10-1
I5-JachaUn J. Gongo. 113 -Gets stiff test Even
6-Tampol B. Agul. 113 -Could go all the way 3-2
I 7-Nacho L. Giral. 113 -Dangerous contender 2-1
9th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $450.00 Pool closes: 5:15

3-D. Maiden
5-Courtly P.
6-Regal Chum
10-The Bouche

A. Mena 115 -Improving steadily
H. Ruiz 106 -Could score at price
Reyes R. 105x-Finishing close up
V. Brown 115x-Do not overlook
L. Oiral. 115 -Will fight it out
B. Agul. 118 -Rates fair chance
F. Rose 116 -Ran well last week
A. Vas. 113 -Could win again
E. Orte. 100x-Longshot specialistt"
A .Ycaza 110 -Poor effort last


10th Race 'D&E' Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $600.00 Pool closes: 5:40
1-L. Martha A. Ycaza 110 -Would pay nice odds 5-1
2-Chlngri R. L. Gil 108 -Back in best form 2-1
3-Lexden E. Cana. 112 -In the thick of it 4-1
4-R. Bliss B. Agul. 110 -Seeks second win 2-1
5--(Cames 0. Chanis 108 -Rates good chance Even
6.-(Chlspeante A. Vas. 110 -Form indicates. Even
llth Race "G" Imported 7 Fr. Purse: $40.00 Pool closes: xxxx
1-Rose Hip F. Hidal. 106 -Dangerous contender 3-1
2-Tom Collns H. Ruiz 108 -Hard to beat here 2-1
3-Paris Midi A. Vas. 115 -Racing to best form Even
4-(Joe's Fiddling B. Agui. 115 -Must improve more 5-1
5-Bedulno Reyes R. 105x -Nothing recently 5-1

(NeA Tephoto) e
PALMER DEFEATS SWEENY-Arnold Palmer (left) msives
a congratulatory handshake from Robert Sweeny as they end
hb 14th National Amateur Championships at Growe Podnt,
Meh. Palmer trailed most of the -hale math but ftafly
caught up with Sweeny on the 271h bo lend went abhad to
win, one up, on tMe*s.
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Kobbe ,Soap-Box Derby Winners Caribbean Armed Forces

'Basketball Championship

Series Opens Tomorrow

BOB THUM, winner of the first heat in the Soap-box
ran by the Fort Kobbe Cub Scouts, last weekend.


GERALD CARMACK, winner of the second heat in the Soap-
box Derby run by the Fort Kobbe Cub Scouts last weekend.
(Photos by Skinner)

Gun Club Aotes

Thel ast NRA approved rifle
match of the year to be fired with
iron sights will take place Sunday,
Sept. 5th, at Farlan range, with
firing o start at 9 a.m. This tour-
nament is sponsored by the Bal-
boa Gun Cub, and scores fired in
it can count towards the club's
1954 smallbore r i fl e champion.
shlop. The program follows:

Sponsored by: Balboa Gun Club
Rules: NRA Rules governing
Approved Tournaments apply.
Dale: Sept. 5, 1954
Place: Balboa Gun Cub Range,
Far Fan, Canal Zone
TIME: 9:u0 a.m.
Match: 100 Yards, prone, 40
snot, metallic sights
Open o: Any auLnorized mem-
ber of:
Iana. Zone Civilian Gun Clubs
Armed forces o0 the United
Constituted U. S. Law En-
forcement Agencies station-
in the Canai Zone.
Entry lee. $1.25 per competi-
tor. NRA registration tee of
25 cents will De deducted irom
tnis entry fee. Entires should
h. g4.-- .^, *- tU W T.CJ-..

and will be continued until the
National Calssifications of the
better shooters are more in
line with tBe rf.mpetitive sit-
uation existing in this club.

These iron sight contests often
furnish upsets since the eyes of
some of the older marksmen are
not what they were twenty years
ago. They give the younger shoot-
ers a better chance to take home
the bacon.

Nirine and Dick Dillman must
head the list of favorites to win
this match, but Bill Bingham Bill
Jaffray, Jeanette Orr and several
of the Gold Coa st competitors
must be conceded to have an ex-
cellent chance to come out on top.
And the greatest competitor of all
at 100 yards with iron sights is
Old Man Wind. How and when he
blows can make a big difference
in the results!

24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service

SuiiecLwu LU t De auy, QUESTION: The visiting team's
alboa (un Club. bullpen is located in foul ter-
dalboa un Club. ritory along the left field line. One
FIRING WILL COMMENCE of the opposing batters lifts a high
ATNG WILL SHAENCE foul into this territory. The bull
pen crew, seated on a bench, re-
Scores may be counted for Club mao s tilr a the left f i e dr
Smallbore Rifle Championship. jom es over to make the catch.
Satistica fe l ahi Just as he goes to make the catch,
cStpetstostcar 9 ncdwill& assign he trips over the feet of one of the
c.mpetto: tot targets and relays; pitchers who has remained in his
each relay wll complete b o t h spot on the bench without pulling
stages prior to leavmg firing line. in his feet. Is this interfterenc*?-
Classnication. Competitors will Marty McGuire.
be classified on the basis of
scores fired in 1953 and first A er: N. The bullpen, i thi
half 1954 Balboa Gun Cl u b case, N.a ishe ben I
prone smailore competition is met i the same class as a e ch.
as recorded. L u A weM id a bem
Awards: First and S e c o n d -Je"A eea re-.
Place: -High Master-Expert, eW move away under theme
High SSS-MM; 2nd S% -MM beys did met t" m 5 "A
(no two awards to one comn- feet out I an efe s to t fek
Note: s system of classifica- as a l fled trhi.
tion and awards has been a- Q. Was Don Hoak, the Droud
td temporarily to Afford thr Sbasens a.a3 Wr
ouragemet to new shoot- minrs? ey cher.
era. It is in aceord with the JL Ne. the b et be .W MW
neds of the Balbeo Gau Cub w ValB, ab0 Ift

Camp Tortuguero, Antilles bas-
ketball champs and defe n d i n'g
Caribbean Armed Forces title-
holders, arrived at Fort Kobbe
Wednesday to prepare for their
championship tournament against
the Kobbe Lifeliners, Panama
Area Service king-pins.
Opening game of the beat three-
out-of-five series will start Satur.
day night at 7:30 in the Fort Kob-
be gymnasium. The second battle
will be played Monday, Septem-
ber 6, the third game is slated
for Wednesday, September 8. If
fourth and filth games are neces-
sary to decide the championship,
they will be played Friday and
Saturday, September 10 and 11.
The Tortuguero Turtles go in
the Caribbean with a record of
15 wins and only one loss. Point
producers for the Turtles are
n Robbins and Willis Johnson
whq'scored 342 and 321 points
respectively in the 16 tilts.
An all-Southeastern Conference
choice while playing at the Uni-
versity of Mississippi, Robbins
saw action with the Fort Jackson,
South Carolina, five before going
to Camp Tortuguero. The Turtle
center stands 6' 2%."
Willis Johnson, a six-footer, saw
college action with Winston-Salem
State Teachers College in North
Carolina where he was team cap-
tain In 1952 and an all-Central In-
tercollegiate Athletic Association
Biggest man on the Tortuguero
squad is newcomer Kevin Duggan.
Standing 6' 3%" and weighing 215
pounds, Duggan hails from San
Francisco State College and play-
ed with the powerful Fort Ord,
California, club. He is expected to
give Tortuguero added strength in
the rebound department.
Pacing the host Kobbe Lifelin-
ers in the scoring department are
Howard McCallen and Marshall
Ford. In 21 contests, McCallen con-
nected for 459 points, while Ford
hit 302.
A husky 6'3" forward from Wil-
liam and Mary College, McCallen's

Fourth Place Race

Red Hot As 1. L.

Nears Season End
NEW YORK, Sept. 3 (UP) -
With the pennant only days a-
way from being clinched by the
Toronto Maple Leafs, attention
In the International League to-
day was focused on fourth place,
the final playoff spot for which
three teams ate still in the run-
The Syracuse Chiefs dropped a
6-4 decision to the third-place
Montreal Royals last night, but
still clung to a two game lead
over the Cuban Sugar Kings, who
scored a 7-2 win over the Rich-
mond Virginians. Another three
lengths farther back are the
Buffalo Bisons, who lost an 11-
inning 4-3 decision to the last-
place Ottawa Athletics.
The Chiefs have 14 games left
to play, the Sugar Kings 10 and
the Bisons 14.
The second-place Rochester
Red Wings, with a slight chance
of catching the Leafs, hung up
a 3-1 victory over the pace-set-
ters, but remained seven games
off the pace. Toronto needs only
five more victories in 10 remain-
ing games to clinch Its first flag
since 1943.

Revitalize Y

Fight Backache
Ir you aer: ling run-down, Get up
Nights. or- *uff. frm Baakacohs, itroeg
cloudy urine. During PPn-er, Rhen.
mantism. Leg Pains, Swoulen Ankles
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Wrong foodand drinks. worm,. aocid
er overwork plae a heavy taion on
your kidney that they fnction
poculy and ofen may need help to
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th a n er ly .
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A teut ating Internal MdIcine emal
tyrM~e. Gevalod ar Se XRai GehMbl

scoring ability combined with fb
rebounding to make him the o=
standing player in the Panama
Area Armed Forces circuit.
Also standing 8' 3", Ford was
an all-State high school basketbdl
ler in California. 'Top reboundfc
in the Panama loop, Ford
give the Turtles plenty of troui
on the boards.
Radio coverage of all games 1
the tournament will be provided
by CFN for fans unable to attd
the tilts. Games will be playM
in the Fort Kobbe ymnaaIum
beginning each day at 7:30 p.a.

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NATIONAL LEA- AMiR CAR EA0 u .* oeu d m lne meat In 'te eNatUonal Sin les
SMGl TniChampionships at Foresc
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,i shss-al"on- t ie Of a see-saw match wft!

$66 i T -de*1 l Vut d "87It against Bartzen and It gave, Shos: .655 .- p.m.
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b () ,M fl fFoa o)I',t ar me Bip a M ores of the other sets were 7-2. M'.M pRe
" .0) olevelal It Cb (*) ,a- 26- 9-7. o (ic) ata0fi"-te u e Tennisro Jack Kramer called
g eiArAaS UeS o d TO C dec tnon I've ever seen. Fra er"
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l TOM 0 00l a ll La s l. "f Kri mer. "and they pik
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a= Ia nrBerm .Ca pt. Bert All. "ortFfild (l PuIn wom en's & lay, M rs. h verly,.n l

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.Cn_, ,Car ._. set of an early afternoon m atch. Pae l anljIlH
t c.rl hd ulOed. l i game A duld. i m Nove r -L in ad-l
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rJ, YQ, t i t a .--_ 1r led ..the ad ce to the c...8uarter :I
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Sra t l Tim ee li no be. hi S .t .Montreal 00 0 .1 Winners In third round play
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TORK, Sept. 3 (UP) reached at his hotel for com- write the 800.006 ost o purchased locally by *the Comn- be used the following week. market. h tefnd gg t
ara obe) Rocketfellr ment. "Couldn't you ask Bar- 1dIn thepi t. .the cy's mitsary Divtllon has been great- The ber th en makes the Da the t i
the town b nu with barn7" h istor Old reth '. ly increase d as more and more round of small fears border- the fiscal ye
uors today "hen I have an announce- pled to the street by the ind.agricultural areas in the Repub- lar the laesd delivers the a
1e recently-divorced mil- men to make. .ne .n"l .li are developed and marketlag fruit on schedule. A total
refused to d as re. Mrs. er ad. She enter- Al Zonin procedures an Improved. Purchases are similarly de t t
I sheB w e Hate l .ie =._ndeblds_ sis .ter- at, aeoah p" little. known to the for many other fruit the W slical M- .
tc1WPrles W. Mapes, Jr. dinner p arty .n her apartm-t lR&ipe T0 l ", awg Co. m tr tron is aTbleT- products. ppm t. .
S lastnaight. the fact that much of athe fresh 30, pounds of caiae anish lam
ockeer grAve firm "no "I 4oa't know when I'mu_ o ICil; |.I- fta ad vetable n sale around Bl Volca d C ue the ia
ues bato a aps.C34.hqafthe coor- Punts, chul Province are h this y"Y. ar
M ardent h s -~ g e o p of the R o eOl u nc *market on t amabouAht weely-and aeivere_ h a n
wand exhusbeWas a weeane Secrt b* AD cittlsons of Canal one bay aathe heart of dow-wn byug ek. and atoragdeives e u ef I
.met d Bet a. ae ounftith an Inved to at- Panama y. It is-to variety ofoher proce a ee p .AW
can't say anythINin." yr. wVen wae In tano the monthly ametnea know In t: u e that areS Wao an Mowade. sT
0ithe 4 whew -he was jamr for a deAd& acll Civic p res. Not tgi tet sunup every ed direct to rmbinegar it lin re .
,. .eord ADOS" 0 ..t n C. J. Cha sai da. ""-taf t trak warehouse by = tr-. a5.* *
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the mainland which ed o decree ocolIs a pollo pa- phone c t with C r p to ta
Sipersons, 'fltioent a orgas Hospial today, d A r at Bk .. ay "vy
lte fst astod be admitted to F st v ti rtrt o h d

CASES DMAl v o st second tropical hurricane to the hospital in several month lr Hoehe aar a g i I 10 o d n is an-
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whip up the Atlantic coat In 48 from the Canst one said this Brith- agree- ht of the rati of

*A hoursE Dolly remained well off vThe boy who Is the 8on of a meant was reached d last .r *. Il regata In. h
ore at nset. Mass.. b Hurricane Carol House at left was blown i the water oan emploe of the Armed night's conference between Ade- omenew ret n
Sbuidin In nhborhood were battered and twstd from their oundaton Britih Prie inter Win- TO) onrence their f llo doar rt
biitithe aprea d ofbrod= hpedo

Hacter a the Weather Bureau re- ----------- beS4- lott. tomake t .11- .1 .

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Dies Unmourned tnI peGal, P e Ge o b dite toa t o~- .
a inlthm Elsepoer deral Tat remiian te st osre ore, te id a nd

lricane Dolly roared far out Into Ccom mi is tient on this agreement to t e mats h 8 =de l0 m8 a lSt ti -M teme 'hen l-prba.
the North Atlantic to die last un-cro --iBoy "s- e..hstatemn d un rip o .o frt that "h-
night unmourned by the s Nrth- cofer^ e am e.r.lrCf t alEy|. f and w..
acute Power shortage caused by planned about 815 oy -.

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the mainland which ilerv- boy from Cocolle is a l on paa- sone contact wi th houns aeof Is atperalS rylderelA.d co S 'sanwlen s eq1, a
persons. tent at Gorgas Hospitaltoa, oI a
dtthe hospita linoverpsonts redseoehteueratheInro
e first case to be admitted to Forest vacation retreat of uh

whip up the i tl antic coast from the Canal Zo t e r al id n thmis Brtoish- reA age mselteort a e te trttcat l
hous Dolly rhemtaind we ff eThe boy who i sthe son of a ment Iwasrec heapot d s do ln to" e d to I U .
shore until It veered east, blow- civilian emplye of the o Armed night's confrene between Ade- o t o .T l. .. onu re

Sot seroundthe locf to unramd. F drces Is not n srious con4o naer nd Britishor himp of emmploy. ttheCanal ..ll op .ion t ft ate thic a

h le power ne felled bya threat tect frone faccoishermen auht n Panm Bay, 3,000 and irt to SirFrederickl Hoyer-Mil- e o a o a r r heulp.T
oBbcom sn al g l .and 10, 000 pounds o bufll c,,,i d.uo,1 0 M utdea d .
to shipping, ate stain was rap- p official appears to be a, tar. hi rois thesst Mhfll2t BA V
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Problem incurred in. TyfP- sI e ,p,0 as h P fr 8000in to dt -- ,p w1a 'o
das hurricane Carhe power e uing e pCt our sca Whe t of the hse o oa ea eal
fromoverhowever, asfederalDot

trs r arFORTATION HALTED-This t stalled railroad trin em n stes to hear arpurchaseo a e hrou hollers
Stracks near Buzzardh- otalBay. Maed overss.. has for company bt eathe h- diseasmarket, fhe money spent te f oie0 r tto eBtr e -
boat and the torn-off top. of houses after Hurricane Carol threatenedbtheck -e a o Wn a
pt through the area. r leaving nal Cowo millionlosed yester- a direct aid to rme farmer fle.the .deetlde nte O ,hla.ed oPre apin n, Uyl -U
Presidentlasenw That mvedsil-Tant poatted every day HISn trp heowe.0, Is aby- noBnatekv forths ooeu3ideanabl I e.whjrth isor Ei No. e ai

nated heavily da magedN westi down at the big m ona or hep meas ofr suormeo ethan the AanAbt e"yt ef. t e oeW offic too ic ooo nhoe, that atry-
Snore fer l oMassachusettsoaed, tRhe "e tota a for the p nst foure tfhean from oaue w to f d owin *e.. of -n e of .a0
land s major disaster aCo. re- fisct an American with a peach-$1,5000 his produce In that eales ea ItoCot b DrU w-
Makingthem eligible forfed rant for o fini thefr6shent offered for leo, Its quality, the Thertot-mouunt of. dt (od ihin a

aistAnce. of fruits and sfood fpored his q tity ad 062000; 1953 rnl the lrasn a n
ownt-able.B He 'teqrer on off- Some miamrhreeshours clafterof s 1t0 yogi dce Ms
butthe big battle in the hur- cial, United States overnmbnt entering the mnBlb yboIat p o ,p

ri585000ne 1954 -, $2451.000; Total vThe buyer is Arthur 8 as. Mllee h a a ae T auyt trt :ot
mo^re thn1,000 linemen work- Canalcommissaries. wouht M a nd Of Orbi na ytothemderen n u_ i o 'd t

kn, Rde wlchk t eicram-s lo d This dami around of mon spent Candsal Company's f ommlsaB pls the- e atedafter
por ainifelled hby trie s inre ct purchases by tfherm Canal Division to the purca 2,000of In e b le r to, r ain w it
TentorEdisohn Co. said all and farmers or through a sma plly ounda ofsquah o i anUa e the o f nhp5, 'hosldhe w""'
of Boston would be back in serv- commission agent Is 6nly one 's imdiatd iver pounds f b ding materisals colai no Munlditif4 na

e within 48 hoursfacetf the Cansals overall hich erown cabbage. with the elode of the reae te Arestd after e
RepubicasntedeJng ask.Po 9"Te000 80f* k us'sroom. -The Filipino was C

outlying suburbs the power Du direct purchases ad t the puc of art as ft r dtone costotP bhlpp ued ,
picture was ar gloomier. In years, these purchases have arenmade throuid "wholesalers "ar1953,to5oforeal offle..U

some sections o Massachus- toale over $,500,000 the Ca- athe market en tdoney pe dheae estc ol year.

ettsndReIsto elepoanadanmme =Ions dr pd
ese adR ait winloal Company disclosed yester- is a directed ad to some farmer rocthreflect-the decree 0 Inothe POre PI dcOheulen

Sseverl dys to it week" d United States Govermt m onae orf hepi s many dutie o in his The foaown er na. ea o Divery rvce
./tore power restored, the he toas for the pdfor fisherman on th oe wtd cb u all bee stol o TIS AT

phone knoi d oulad bi tna ony e;d purhaset mouiondovlareside rui. and 8pot-e ove a rowers ]etMegh- lheht i l" ramppitaes OB .mofprele go ... .,. .
portena Were td rled Co che iatscalers ad re: 1951 s 1,525.000 brought his produce Int the poasae for the, pas vttl. year ar pot -.n ut
Se n1952 $2,062,000; 1953 $2re mornissary Division's r have beend h native-gr 9 1 wn.L wil o l" A 1l.
a000- em wl 4 $2,451,000; Total The buyer is Art r S. Miller, e t purchases, pdAl .... "

Dtmnse of Dry e and b losal n to ei s and pg hals n B ae obyber,0ommi at mpr nate prat p.?...-
by ah wiMahuses highly tie is in dire ot purchases by fthe Cnal Division tofcs pse pre Lo dtnOer dculs- et nlnt an000 n nO a. a l

4 hSO7 our aht eIn distehributedasourne --l rentars. produOefea-..t thentubic merret ho remadee Bfbea ect ramnf+re -J- -0 0... T trea Mahnil B it
rearden RIdwb othich wash aeimieyd oo th about fman yarse wC deiana the produce to the lrw-tharvebd- Nei s.hs edan Pe o"' ,'

S a l s vn purchase W%_o m Ine s a Mow of thuibinannd v ea bes Nt h X I and
being light led by 3 portable oaniza on is exclusive of dm- b niaarod Nts. r daily yeu.8 C ,lab k? OfhlP

ndtereatoral rs broughtIn b the ral din rcte upasment eb t io a t oahe public market Is but oe inope, a d eatee adlc
te a c et lthe sericdectsuchas emotion pic tr ri.mth.-in elda .
tSio. 91 r Uf ein te h ae united States Government one of his many duties In his The followin W.4 a nd....nt ma -fon th mo
Rhode Island offeials said agencies represented In the Ca- overall assignment. comparative sak, cwwon taie foun decoursea in I-
200, Werled in heastate nal Zone; purchases by indeiv- The direct and spot-c-a 4 h clatein the seveisl Wit m *Md ouNo1In
NT tob er ue at he duals and purchases of building purchases he makes at the pub-deofs for the lasth tw fisoal y mr of d d'-.k o

THESTR-AteoNationalAseur Gud locamdlymdother manufactured cement, their produce direct Ito theel by the Canal Organatlon eencebeyondhe Cedlehid
anMadorhaewTHwece bhyne hreshu ootwn ,y contracntors ffor United States Iar e sometimes as high aoers m. ls -s-
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WWI re C boat wasshurea Irirel emtantl w on the alert for new m.ssary Division's warehouse at lg8rslm oetkeaty pp $794-8
Sroert wed n New ie purchase of native revision offic refer to e to o
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24 hours was being distributed sources farm produce, sea- es at the public market are made JW p oducts< 122o,000 0 tPi nd tes

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"Let thn people know the truth and the country is safe*' Abraham Lincoln.
Kids' Fashion Show In Balb
CENSURE HEARINGS BEGINThe special Senate committee meets In Washington to begin censure hearings against Sen. Joseph
McCarthy (R..WU.) At the committee table at right are (left to right): Son. 8am Ervin (D.,N.C); Sen. Francis Case Guy G. de Furia, assistant counsel; E. Wallace Chadwlck, committee cour/.l; Sen. Arthur Watklns (R.,Utah), committee chair-
man; Sen. John Stennls Williams, are at witness table Heft, center). Sen. Edwin Johnson (D.. Colo.), another member o committee, had not ar-
rived when picture was made.
H *- *
McCarthy Launches TV Blast
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2 (UP),workers to give him classified pa-
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy said pers and his use of such a docu-
today chairman Arthur V. Wat- ment is his investigation of Com-
kins (R-Utah) of the Senate cen
sure committee has taken the
"fantastic" position that it is not
necessary that committee mem-
bers be Impartial.
McCarthy also attacked the
Washington Evening Star for what
he termed "completely false re-
porting," and the Denver Post for
eing what he called "viciously
The Wisconsin Republi c a n't
triple blast came in a statement
before television movie camer-
as just outside the Senate can-
eas room where the committee
was considering censare charg-
es against him.
AH three accusations revolved
around a Denver Post story last
March 12 which quoted Sen. Ed-
win C. Johnson (D-Colo.) as say-
ing that most Senate Democratic
leaders "loathe Joe McCarthy."
Johnson is now a member of the
censure committee.
McCarthy said he saw Watkins
on a television film last night
making "the most fantiastic state
ment I ever heard."
"I saw Watkins smilingly say-
ing that it was all right if com-
mittee members were not impar-
tial McCarthy said.
munist influence In the Army. The
charges were a direct outgrowth
of the Army-McCarthy hearings.
Edward Bennet Williams, Mc-
Carthy's attorney, gave no hint
as to the type of defense he will
Sresent. He said he wanted "to
ear all the evidence before decid-
ing on our course of action."
The committee rejected, but
may consider again later, a move
by McCarthy to throw out a
charge that he showed contempt
for a subcommittee which ii ves-
tigated his finances in 1952.
It also slapped down a move by
the Wisconsin Republican to ques
tion qualifications of Johnson to
sit on the six-man censure com-
The committee then moved on
to the second of five general cen-
sure charges against McCarthy
a claim that be has "abused"
some of his colleagues.
It introduced evidence that
McCarthy once suggested that
73-year old Sen. Ralph E. Flan-
ders (RVt.) was a victim of
"senility." The committee also
heard a reporter testily that
McCarthy once said "I think
they should get a man with a
net and take him (Flanders) to
"!* *"f ( net ana tase aim j
"That doesn't quite tie in with a good quiet place.'
repeated assurances that this Flanders was the senator who
would be a judicial hearing." originated the censure charges
The Senate Censure committee, against McCarthy.
completed work on three of the
five general charges against Mc-
Carthy yesterday after refusing
his request to dismiss one.
Watkins said the comm i 11 e e
should finish up the other two
Charges today and then let Mc-
Carthy start presenting his de-
fense next Tuesday.
The committee later questioned
another reporter about a quota-
tion attributed to McCarhy that
Sen. Robert C. Hbndrickson (R-
N.J.) was "a living miracle. .
without brains or guts"
Hendrickson was a member of
the 1952 Senate elections subcom-
mittee which raised a number of
The committee is expected to! questions about McCarthy's per-
recess tomorrow for the funeral of sonal finances and other activi-
Sen. Burnet R. May bank (D-S.C). i ties
There will be no session Monday | In all. the committee took evi-
because of the Labor Day noli- dence snowing criticism by Mc-
*!' ... Cartliy of six senators.
Evidence introduced yes t e r- In addition to Flanders and
day concerned McCarthy's al
leged contempt of the Senate,
Mae of fellow senators and un-
fair treatment ol Brig. Gen.
Ralph W. Zwlcker.
Hendrickson they were Sen. A. S.
i Mike Monroney (D-Okla.), Guy
M. Gillette (D-La.). Carl Haden
AD-Ariz.) and Thomas C. Hen-
nings Jr. (D-Mo.i. All were mem-
Watkins indicated that in taking bers of the elections subcommit-,
up the two remaining chsrges the tee with which McCarthy tangled
committee will want to consider, in the 82nd Congress
the reports issued Monday night; The alleged abuse in these cas-
by the Senate subcommittee es was contained in letters Mc-
wweh investigated the Army-Mc-1 earthy sent to subcommittee1
Carthy dispute. members. The letters were intro-1
(SSS-.iXfln V. '*V '.. Mc\lduced to support charges that Mc-,
Carthy s invitation to e d e ral Carthy had unfairly accused the
subcommittee members of im-
proper conduct.
Censure committee counsel E.
Wallace Chadwiik also read into
the record a long transcript in
which McCarthy was quoted as
telling Brig. Gen. Ralph W. Zwick-
er that anyone who acted as he
did "is not fit to wear that uni-
Zwicker, then commander of
Camp Kilmer, N. "., testified be-
fore McCarthy in New York last
Feb. 18. McCarthy wanted to know
who ordered the honorable dis-
charge of former Maj. Irving Per-
ess, an Army dentist who refus-
ed to say whether he was a Com-
McCarthy's remarks to the
war-decorated officer touched
off the first open break between
McCarthy and the Army and led
to the eight-week Army-McCar-
thy hearings.
Chadwick also read into the
record a charge by Flanders that
McCarthy "has attacked, defam-
ed and besmireched" Gen. George
C. Marshall.
Committee members were un-
derstood to favor ignoring McCar-
thy's attack on Marshall, in a
1951 Senate speech, on grounds
they did not want to interfere with
the Senate's traditional freedom
of speech.
The committee turned to the
new phase of the censure inquiry
after concluding its presentation
of evidence on the charge that
McCarthy showed contempt of the'
elections subcommittee by resuf-
ing to testify.
Williams, McCarthy's a 11 o r-
ney, contended his client could
not have been in contempt be-
cause the subcommittee was
acting without authority.
Watkins rejected this argument.
He said the question of whether
the subcommittee was at fault "is
wholly immaterial."
Williams said he will offer a
motion later to strike out thee n-
tire contempt charge and all evi-
dence relating to it.
The subcommittee which looked
into McCarthy's row with the Ar-
my provided fresh fuel for the
censure case by filing two formal
reports Monday night.
The reports criticized McCar-
thy and the three other principals'
in the disputeRoy M. Cohn. for-
mer subcommittee counsel. Army
Secretary Robert T. Stevens, and
Army counsellor John G. Adams.
Stevens said in a statement to^
day he would have no comment oil
the reports because the proceed
ings were thoroughly covered by
the press, radio and television.
He said he was certain that "ev-
eryone who cares to has long
since formed his Individual judg-
ment on the merits of the contro-
Associates described Stevens as
not overly upset by the reports
and said he has no intention of re-
Cohn. who resigned under fire
after the hearing, said in New,
York It is apparent that "anyone
who associates himself with the
cause of exposing atheistic Com-
munist infiltration has to contend
not only with the smears but with
partisan politics as well."
"Little Mothers" and "Little
Fathers" from 4 to 8 years old
gathered In the Balboa Gym
recently to participate In a fash-
Ion show sponsored by the Phy-
sical Education and Recreation
Branch of the Division of
These tiny parents came "all
dolled up" in hats, high heels,
long dresses, pocket books, bas-
kets, false moustaohes, bow ties,
coate and suits. The miniature
stylists paraded In front of the
judges and a large audience of
Prizes.were given for the best
looking costume and for the
most original.
Best looking "mother and
father" were Charlene Rose who
was dressed In a cute white or-
gandy dress, a big black rimmed
hat. large purse and high heels.
and Jerry Brennan In a brown
serge suit, loud tie and Panama
Most original costumes were
worn by Sissy Moore in red wig,
hat and glasses and Billy Brandt
in khaki knee length shirt and
military hat.
Runners-up in the first group
were Leslie Clark and John Mo-
rales, and in the second. Lanna
Nadeau and Bobby Schlldknecht.
Certificates for perfect at-
tendance during the summer
program sessions were given to
Robert Burgener and Leslie
Clark. For excellent attendance,
Beth and Kathy Rose, John Mo-
rales, Jerry Brennan and Bobby
Schlldknecht also were com-
mended. Cookies, candy and so-
da pop constituted the final
celebration of the fashion show.
Some of the little "parents" in the fashion show were, 1 to r, first row, Mike Hollen, Jerry
Brannan, Carl Thompson, Robert Burgener; second row, Kay Stevenson. Leslie Clark, F# hy,
Bethy and Charlene Rose, Sissy Moore; third row, Bobby Schlldknecht. Lanna Nadeau, John
Morales, Christine Clark, Marilyn Canby, Carolyn Canby and Billy Brandt.
New TV Station
For Puerto Rico
El Mundo. Inc., applied to the
Federal Communications com-
mission today for a permit to
build a new television station at
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico on Chan-
nel Three.
It is the only applicant for
that channel.
El Mundo has a San Juan tel-
vislon station, WKAQ-T, on
Channel Two.
Most original costumes
Moore and Billy Brandt.
were worn by, 1 to r. Sissy
Best looking "Little Mother and Little Father" were,
I to r, Jerry Brennan and Charlene Roce, holding their
Steady Enough
Ceorge L. Holmes retired after 41
years with the fire department.
When he was hired, recalled
Holmes, the chief warned him that
"the work won't be steady."
Strip-Teaser Almost Stops Ship
'Glory Is The Reward For Valor'
DOUNESIDE, Scotland, Sept.
2 (UP) The last of the Clan
MacRobert is gone but doughty
Scotsmen ever will cherish
"MacRobert's Reply."
.Lady Rachel MacRobert, 74
* dow of a baronet, herself
bom in Worccfter. Mase., died
yesterday, cine left a letend.
"lfacRoberfs Reply" was her
answer to the death of her
three pilot sons, she framed it
In steel and fire instead of
Lady MacRobert lost hs eld-
* m Alaadair, in a crash
i in India In 1938. World War II
came. Her second son. Roderlc,
died in bis fighter plane over
Iraq The baronetcy passed to
the.third and last son, lain,
He crashed to his death In
the Atlant.c a month after Rod-
Lady MacRobert s reaction
was swift and unflinching, she
sent a check for $70,000 to the
Air Ministry and asked the
Ministry to buy a bomber.
"It is my wish to make a
mother's immediate reply in
the way that I know would
also be my boys' reply," she
"I feel that a suitable name
for the bomber would be Mac-
Robert's Reply
I The plane struck deep into
Germany, n bombed the Nazi
warships Scharnhorst and Onel-
senau. its pilot won the Distin-
guished Flying Cross
When the last of the MacRob-
erts died, the dan died. It had
lived up to the family raotto
I "Glory is the reward for va-
MIAMI BEACH, Sept 2 - A strip-teaser almost :topped a
ship today.
Pert Patrona Bugg had just fin-
ished work in a South Miami
Beach nightclub when she decid-
ed she would like to relax and
take off a few things. Her taxi-
cab driver obliged and dropped
her off on MacArthur Causeway.
Hundreds of cars screeched to
a stop. Patrona calmly stripped to
a leopard-cloth Bikini bathing suit
that only'took a baby leopard to
The SS Florida, on its way to
the Miami harbor, drifted past.
Witnesses swore the ship listed as
the passengers rushed to the rail.
She left her dress, slip, girdle
Air Force Calls OH
Search For Boat
and shoes in a neat pile at the
side of the road.
Traffic also began to pile up on
the busy artery linking Miami
and Miami Beach. Patrol man
George Z o 11 er said the cars
stretched for mjre than a mile."
Zoller and two blushing officers
stood at the water's edge and
begged Patrona to come ashore.
Patrona just waved and climb-
ed a cable support to a utility
pole. Drivers started getting out
of their cars.
But a hastily summoned life
guard and the three officers man-
aged to pull Patrona out of the
water. She was treated at a hos-
pitalfor feet cuts, not exposure
then booked on a charge of dis-
orderly conduct.
"I didn't know it was against
the law to take s swim in Miami
Beach," she protested.
The 26-year-old beauty, who
come from San Salvador, demure-
ly dropped her eyes to a blanket
an officer gallantly provided for
her court appearance.
Judge Lawrence Hoffman sen
tenced her to 10 days in Jail but
agreed to suspend sentence if the
101-pound stripper remiini on
ROYAL CANADIAN mounted police constable 8. O. Jennings
i shown on stretcher above) was considered to be to good con-
dition today at Oorgas Hospital where he was brought last
night. The 24-year-old "Mountte" was evacuated from his ship
"St. Roch" which was 45 miles south of the Pacific border be-
twesj Costa Rica and Nicaragua, by an SA-16 Albatross air-
craft from Albrook. In the photo above. Flight Surgeon Capt.
Charles A. Berry, who accompanied the sick man on the flight
and gave him emergency treatment is shown bending over the
stretcher, administering pluma to the patient Others hi the
photo are not identified.

A three-day air search for a
missing boat with three men
aboard bound for Grand Cayman
Island, was called off today by
the Air Force.
The suspension of the search ,<* was due to Information received! T"nt,.you. {**1 uk* J *wi1m
from residents of Old Providence in- the judge warned, take
Island, where the small craftM* 1I\then was last reported seen, to the ef- irt tle, UP trarflc. _____
feet that the skipper. Capt. ----------"-------~---------
James Ebanks.of Grand Cayman ArnPntinP PlailGS
was a capable sailor, accustom-"*rcni,ne r""
ed to taking his tune. T_ Ci-_ r DmiT
They did not consider the boat, <0 JlOp Cn IVOUie
being "abnormally overdue." T #***..-.*-.- 1_
According to the Air Force, If I O VjtlQTeiTlQia
nothing Is heart of the arrival! Five Argentine Air Force planes
of the craft at its destination of were expected to arrive at Al-
Orand Cayman IsUnd anothei brook AFB at the end of the
renrch may be made, if request- Ueek. en route to Guatemala.
"%_ I The planes left Buenos Aires
rJnin,nii5Sl2L.i,0*t.b*1?ngf. "* y"*rday to bring back to Ar-
Dr. William Smith of Colon Hos- gentlna 120 refugees who have
pital. It reportedly carried no been In the Argentine Embassy
cargo, and was believed to have since the overthrow of the Ar-
enough food and water to hut bens regime"
f?".'^! w" J reported! The Argentine Embassy In
that the boat was being sent to Panama requested permission
prand Cayman for use around from the Air Pore* here tor the
the Island. planes to land.
Alom-Run Plants
Fr "!lhmu$' Power
Seen In 10 Years
Atomic power plants for the
generation of electric energy for
peaceful domestic and Industrial
use may change the basic econ-
omy of Latin America within the
next decade.
This Is the good news that a
top-level American atomic-ener-
gy consultant is bringing to the
electric-power-starved: people of
undeveloped Latin American
Consultant Robert Le Baron's
statement that atomic power
plants are now economically
feasible was particularly welcome
In Panama where the seasonal
variation of rainfall and the
configuration of the terrain do
not lend themselves readily to
the large-scale production of
; power by the hydroelectric meth-
Le Baron also told newsmen
at a press conference yesterday
afternoon that within a decade
there will be an atom-powered
military aircraft capable of stay-
ins; aloft for over 200 hours But
atom-powered automobiles, he
added, are still In the far, far
The atomic energy consultant
stopped off here on his way back
from Sao Paulo. Brazil, where he
represented the President of tha
United States at ceremonies
marking the city's 400th anni-
versary. .
Featured there was an exhibit
Atoms for the Benefit of Man-
kind." sponsored by the US State
Department and tne Atomic En-
ergy Commission. The graphic
show win remain in Brazil until
Jan. 25. After that, Le Baron
hopes it will become a traveling