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
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oclc - 18709335
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"e In Atlantic
t al;m aithe i, of
e. Ip uMs2m,. (UP)-A new
Of rwtro nanD- : W-.. ifidph today and
e, tmonwide the -Weather -Bueau rued
planes % ,a r invelAigate still n-
h Y. new to efveOW tos- other tropiall disturbance i the
..ulft. iL'Mexico.
... ~ ftIF~ ..e "tjal- .twice-ravaged eastern U. 8.
_o Coast. Weathermen expressed
I tave doehsotoIn- pqV e- ty e the hope t would blow I elf to
td1e or e co eor .do- The Wheather bureau here or-
s^an territoryxagd f^ Pdored check the Gulf
f ~ l~nw. We rer-p.R.On a partrbon tnea off 'the northwest
nall wHtoy' fgIl .,vqo._F, covers
to Panama some la & no all claus of tie U of Cuba, only about 400 miles
used. We provide fpr e- southeast of Mi mic.
-of treatment and oppor- that-a ". *n i oa .Navy hurricane hunter planes
y for 'Panamanla citizens reltfous with- ~ l. one were ordered out of Jackson-
Ll-vs Uni_ ted RIM tiznih& 9hAs be b'vllle, Fla., to uiurvey "a large
agree to equal py for equal He deled area" in the southern ulf
el'k. (1) He d wenbed t ,We have no eflat e infor-
'the) Ther QhUok 'lftsnep at ethe
". .ea "o 'a W the pureei p power-of the tion as. yet whether anything
S"Panam a -or ftspart mak' large man of meANorth l' about there, but it Is worth, a
Sft WChbesions f61 o great -workefb ehplo in the l eck," a forecaster said.
dmportaee.. Canal, Zone wt fl into -panw-r
a niaian eoanhlol u iteadl of re- i
'Te apparel nt Oe-ldedns turning to the-aame employer dN ihi
of the taty hua Lused some ehrovf cnmilasar ilitary
tl Ted United Stteio sale-.s west sand otlr means, as Moorcyc e S ash
otzeneAsqociation in the Ca- at pieseit.
ste m released deep (2) The benefits repreented
aivire toveritualte economic by the urchas ower of the
'of the Individual teiideit, Canal .Zdft market and the esSol dier
An feus for, such things as ships that transit the -canl 'also
ittioand the functioning will flow into Panamplan ecqn- A 19-year-old American sol-
he Canal one's aministra- omy in a greater voluane than at dier became the fourth motor-
rsstem. ,-resent, because "We will o cylist involved In an accident
,rTh o be able to-supply these market week when he was thrown
"Thsre no dor b iv thin a in a uch reaterproporP onM from his cycle-today in the early
s e PreslOftwArlas also^mps*- mor in hours andflung into as
legitimate t Unlved ) et.that it was up tod P'anama., rail on the Miftflores Bride.
rig the..Un d atsIMte a i n a cloe cooperaila'edth Pvt. William C. -MasonIs on
tith W. se st government of tl Unied the seriously Ill list in Gorgas
rEfps. So win theo West States and our Cans] Zone Hospital, suffering from a pos-
SIndan workers in the Zone. neighbors" to make those ipor- sible skull fracture, a forehead
Th0 pam mmitteeontt tachlevements fruitful He laceration which required 40
in h to athes, and other contusions
;e a Monr d th.arms.
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STBUET OF DESTRUCTION-Two store owners work their way along Main Street in Winated,
Conn., after it was smashed up-by floodwaters. The -roadway was left eight feet lower than It
Swas before the flood. Broken water main and sewer pipes are strewn through the area.

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All Departments

Speed Assistance,

To Flood Victims

WASHINGTON, Aug.25 (UP) Federal fuin,
emergency jobs, unemployment relief, defense contnre.
and many other forms of government aid poured into flood
stricken areas today while officials here looked, for m6m
ways to help. Lh,
Every federal department and agency had Who
House instructions to speed all possible assistance to
aster victims in six Northeastern state* and the Caroli;a.
Within a day or two, the Office of Defense Mobil*
tion is expected to announce new relief programs for I.
dustries and unemployed workers in the disaster areos.
Civil Defense chief Val Peterson, directing the
eral aid measures, said it was impossible to estimate
much money the government already has put into its oa
out mercy efforts or how much more must yet be spe-nt
President Eisenhower received The evacuation f thbouleai4
additional assurances from Con- children from summer
gressional leaden that they will flood areas got underway wttt
make up in new appropriations arrival qf 35 youngtAera _N.-
next January funds diverted now York City from East
for flood and hurricane relief. Pa.
SWith these rsutances -the Preis. Plan s were completed to reav
dent dropped thoughts of calling 10.000 b6ys and girls. from ease
a special Congressional session to Pennsylvania camps and. tho u
handle the money problem, sands more from camr- in CO&
Chairman Clarence Cannon (D. nectifut and Massachusetts.
Mo.) of the House Appropriations Civil Defense authorities said
committee, said the White Hoas the evacuation was begir arriqd
U4.. U %& .4m.& #ke na r o. h9se

t promotes friendly rela- -
tions with d friendly country r
aMd It does not Imnair the abil- IS
,; .of the United States to ad-
Maintelr and d6dMnd the, Pana-
ma Canal. -
"The chapter to which we Thfr
waite 'fl" is not one that- 'i
It early paies. ive s reason c
d p _ride. ,*- a ims.
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S"Th2e sefaraton of Panama CalviAn
frO CpI9olmif in 1900 WOas an lbas ~
Sample of erude, mpemferasm, oelr
tAt the same time'the coMa-
pleU n.of the Canal was a bril- the
IHat engineering feat and ito The
peasessibn in two world wars In- ited ui
vaabl6 to the fre" *o. riflew
ailed d
"Perhaps our greatest ftiure The I
l. that the country born of this sre to'
tlIdent should not yet have T- desloy
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an ards." effed.

S Ip Ranidolph Road in Colon.
SMbnwhile In Panama, Jorge
SAletnam, Who was seriously hurt
Tuesday, night when he was
thrown from his motorcycle near
Via lapafia and the Madurito
Bufldtng. was still at the San
P ermanmdo Clinic in a "delicate"
condition. It was believed at first
th. wr that a leg amputation would be
necessary, but so far the patient
SIs hodin hls own.
. f Accoring to a police report
A o the accident on the bridge
w ,. 1t, t1 mor in, Mason appatently
n.-Doug- failed to -kp rto the right in
MWjeverl +meeting and passing an oncom-
n,sV ln >bus. His cycle struck the left
front tender of the bus, veered
itt senior to the righ t out of control, and
bdugh of thep struck a gude rail on the
tio. north side of te bridge.
sp l I The soldier was thrown from
maoting a tti cycle into the rail.
'a ItV- The driver, ofthe bus, Enrique
S. Mall, a M-year-old told po-
their de- lice he observed the motorcycle
ud of the approaching on his side of .\e
p the Elec- roadway and stopped the bus be-
OzB t9l- fore' te" impact.
o t The accident occurred at 12:50

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# H OF Aote 2& qv~r agre Zts Will match F-derwl aid -n rubbli ifr pwM#
s at le Conn. T A -creek ieae with torrc r t a 350 basis as closely as possi. the nation's worst flood ain eea
be m under' the ~gL way, which runs between. Torrin ton ad-' ble.. 0 ears.
S- Meanwhile the flood- stricken The number of dead eogate ab
"-Northastern sates were swept far included: Pennsylvania 1l~,1
MM l I l lllU D aktll by a ew kind ofl undatlna -. Connecticut O; Massachusetts-,
i p ^RIkgI n"I a doelugoe of money and offers of New Jersey 8; Noew York 4,V*
x'.cu,]I I_ help from the rest of the nation. ala 2; Rhode Island 2, aS
idA Individuials, labor unions, orga. Ware one.
Er A b oar ... whole town opened their hearts Insome areas to f h Itad iL
Ror l i *and their pock etbooks to the vic- Prevent prsorn ee
S OI ll tims of the flash floods that swept wOe
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tugh sections of eight states, a
i A recalcitrant seaman 'who akf an estimated 203 persons Every able-bodi person va l
Sust didn't like his captain, and a eating at least 3 billion able in the disaster-st
preferred not to return to his dollars n damage. munities pitched In' tin
Ship yesterday, was finally ut Money poured in to the Amer. flood damage and get the wbt
aboard the Lawrence Vietory can Red Cross flood fund-raising of industry moving galsf.
which was waiting for hih in headquarters in New York City. Waterbury, Vt., with'Its
the bay. Offers of, prefab. tion of 4000 was one-of tw
ricated houses, factory space e, to respond to appeals for Iltp.ri
The 39-year-old American DDT, aspirin and even soap were Vermonters hop to oia. a
l Rphael Rutzlsky, balked at e made to the 100o000 homeless in small way a g oft uo
turning to his-i~ and nlbe the six hardest-hit states-P en n. Waterbury, Conn., it apopula
saling time at Pier ,18 wh ere thecut Rhode Island, Massachusetts They were good to s r
^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^vessel was anuch-ored. .. a a N tew yor: .. we're goi.n whto-tr_ aet'o 1
vessel was anchored. aPresiden o Eisenhower depa rted them," sai village sid e
j ............ hadnf Irom his prepared text in a Phila-tor A. Backels.
Ap-oliceman tried to calm the rdelphia speech to renew his ap. Three Hartfolrd, CsOl,
seaman who was shouting and peal for the American people to ance companies and on- -
using profane language. Finally, contribute spontaneouslyy to the turer sent a total .,of S
a detention order was issued for Raed Cross flood fund. Red Cross for 41o
the protesting Rutztsky,, and he "We should seize the opportuni- AFL P!g"6de9 iS PlUW
was turned over to police. t to give to them, to force upon pledged- ms to' .
Siem...more than they need," he urged all-afil -.
By that time the ship had said. i low st..- Wlad l
i1tled from the pier, and a- Pope Piqs XII and Britain's Reudu"u
launch was dispatched to rush Qiueen Elizabeth sent messages of the U IA.
ithee seaman to hit- ship which sympathy to flood victims. which_ l
was waiting in the bay. 'e ile village of Waterba- Ste* .
iV,.t., darted "th.k tThe
Ifornia. Panama Agencies were ry cw. ortI help it a a thrown out at jobs
handling it locally. ina fo 2 years ago. (C t onFd Page e L L,
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IKE FLIES OVER. FLOOD ARIAS President Eisenhower
looks over a pnap of the flood-ravaged Northeast with presi-
dential aide ernard Shanleyw (right) as they fly over Connec-
ticut. The aerial survey was. limited because of- thidk clouds
i- .- over,the disaster areas.

'Reserve Carpet-Bagging' Story

Pad 7s, r MoFdeAnd,$ M Stirs Southern States DeniIs
SATLANTA, Aug. 25 (UP) -Two n't want to take unfair advantage plans to invite sternalt duj
R A Southern states said today they of the flooded areas." down now, but after the duIt
l .ie rifrln bib 5o had no intention of "rofti" The story said "this reverse tie. I think we will" .
ftM-in C s U WdlK W f BUS (h e from the flood-stricken earpet-bagger Ralph M. Horton"' Infortmed t the published stot&o
A$ A ne ager wts by luring damaged industrial will be taking to industrialists the Geor gia seerety of
Mi An satcan teen-ager wI s plants South. about resettling in South Carolina mere saidbe told thi New
fined 0 this morning in the An outraged Panamanian who Ralph M. Horton of South Caro- instead of rebuilding their dam- reportel- that 'we do pot wash.
Balboa Magsfou trash court after i tried to get his common-law lna's Development Board s a i d aged plants. | any way to be min a poettia -m -
he was found l of hitting a wife back, lost both the woman that the New York World-T el e- Horton said at Columbia, S. C., profiting now by the natural sal
The.charge of falling to yield faced a Panama judge after a represented" his state's motives Gable this morning and now has on New England."
"right of way f against Paul harrowing ride yesterday hen the newspaper charged misquoted him and completely
D. auburn, 17, was an out- through e city. outh Carolina was sending a "re- interpreted the purpo 6f my! Candler said Georgi is
groWth of an atident which oc- verse carpet-bagger" intoConne trip." seeking new industry but"ia
curred Aug. 14 then a Panama- The man, Vicente Guerra, Ucut next week. 'We will not ask any companies not inviting industry South api*
ian p tr was knocked stole a busn order to pursue his Scott Candler, Georgia's secre- to pick up and movw' e said. ring them cheap labor
down Inthe iswalk near the Celmira, who was being drives tary of commerce, said Georgia "As far as I'm concerned, I labor Is not available In Qola
Administraon Building,. away by bus driver Simon Rodri- was attempting to entice Northern don't know which plants were The news r tory "Msadl
The Won has beep confined to guess. Industry to his state but "we flooded and which owne weren't." Carolina a ted 'Ibeal ill
Gorgas BHdoqp1s since, suffering In chasing the bus with the would not be guilty of taking ad- Horton said "all we are plan. had been sending out
from a compounId fracture of the woman to it. Guerra ig-a* ged vastag of the flooded areas." Ain to do is call ao companies bard-hit No rtAM ters Iu
leg, and severe.face sand temple through the streets of te Man- The New York newspaper quot- whh have previously pressed Teanessee may tat to iM
lacerations. He Is s@ the serious- to Ouro district at a high eod ed an W, Gable, ac din% rect an i aterest i locate outh e" in fldoo areas "la the
ly Ill list, hut. recovering. untI a Panama radio p orCarolia's elop Carolina before aay happen- few oaths.
Oasbut wa represented in spread the alarm. met as syig "one of our ed." wffdals bn thoystae s e IVs0
court Aby a gey Wmham TJ1. He w arrested, brought to will be in Ca c Cadler was quoted br ta news. aAedity avala t
ra ar. trial and fined $ 0L toda week but "we would- paper as saying "we hav as eoacoament.

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I received gratefully and eao handled lina wholly ualldsatldt bOr ama top businep lesuer
mI, t-- t i .a.e -_ndustrial peae a.d prosss g for
; it you contr i e. letter don't bel .aapIF da' 66 e s the -si ,
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Sir: nto e
CdutS 'd responibiutI C^t
As this letter goes ow. the suggeatin that I alo want our mourn U to seY
make may '*t times a d 12 aI complaint, but spea siU 1* j5, share of the burden
ly and frankl I begiv whatJVa#ve to say co *een il As t are low.
oni the Isthn of P r. maag nm eet e y
4y suggestion is tik the guard, that n a o the bargAiil 0oas
you come oftt the Trans-Isthmtin l ^ son the Atlantie Bide w suld get that not
be removed just as fast a it can be ten.D pS No.w. ,ight St sides but W cutry at
thi point of my letter, IM9 bel you have tfO. opinions but benefit from ar .
please hear me out and the* s SQ ei nons aa In 5 ISre a.
Just last Saturday a very eind aiti wa killed on mosphee.
account of that blasted 0a0 4 Aoth2S -ean make up for lIuustry tist lear in U
all the sorrow 1 have gone through. Profits are vithl, so as
But the purpose of this letter Is to get that rail down so sponal ty. I have ses
S no one else's son, daughter or even you will be killed by that fenterprfes-coldy mtio ati .
rail.lapse pea an eat had.a
I'm sure d everyone. will agree that you have a better chance s e14 rw twar
of coming out alive IT you run straight off onto the ratroad Wto 0 they nploytd. I e
tracks and -into thb swamp than being stopped dead in your men dsireadt agra
tracks by a rail that is meant to be a guard. o
Sure, they have warning signs on the approach but when sneOnor a f nadtVA oll
you drive from the Pactfic Bide at night and you're tired, I to their owp nlsterets. I have a ta
doubt whether you pay much. attention to algns and before you ou a men nuake wage-sgaj .
S know It, it'Cltoo lat. You're doing 40, 45, 50 m.p.h. and there dealswitComimu sanisat o alated I I
looms the puard rail waiting to claim you-but if it wasn't there, unions, imreguring peril totir Return
S you'd ruh. p rf the roqd onto the railroad tracks and nto the nation for ediate prt.
s swamps wth a pretty good chance of coming out. alive. I view mcac pi bon the h o
N4.Mgl.w probably say youTre not supposed to drive 40. part of every a"ne -our imbers,
S 45, 50 o l ae you're not supposed to drive when you're tired, ad likewl ase the part of man-
* etc., bu plparetplease let's not act on what we're supposed to agemen, as essential to the preser- '.
" do adWro t We'rewota stupoard to do; let's act on what we vation and progress of our free ee Aaple of a. occurred the I premO~
S actu brass rt 50 then they're off duty and m responsibility is notin- r a lt m S two fob
i also f t w*hin theyr, e ti- There are maybe a few excep- stinctive to toe iaUviauai. Common chases amnu aId ed 'twoor
* tiorba evap they have to B extra careful when approach- prejudices and ingrown habits of a erank eeear
S ing i intersection. The only thing I reget Is that I had to tougat must be routed out an ex. t other, an old-falonet Ice-
.* waitlUr tone of my very dear friends got killed before I amine. One's m a t be e cre sit.
S spuid to write this letter, amined 1 "Anre y ac- boft everybody speak
,, yo .please tf anyone with any sort of influence reads this tions pro best welfare of ut w leas se y
* letteinlght, I wih you would use your influence to remove America?" a wooden free.
; that$tWaj rail and use an altogether different safety device, Some management men ondemn LWth g metal container sr-
S becae te and I hate to say this), you may be next. all or sealed w with the at- rounded b salt and raced ice?
t e ro bonead This tfl Abd how lie yft saw a
S. -Roger John. diced i trres atu is a O e a sut of
4 ridiculous as it would be for me, *UH f en yeaf on t r0s
or other union leaders, to delar bte, maybe
that all bankers are thieves b are- a younger w
FATAL BARRICADE cause we spow 6 or tw or whoe

-' .Wot lba.r, ag I offered a suggestion which I be ff u .
l 'hteard oh Randolph ,Road at the Boy i
tzfit ut-w yet. othing has tLen done to ll m
nacqw n t tWd h o lives, I ag in offer this as a can met evrown -b r e
.' oSmyo^' Ugh the machine may be a total but t ere issi br t- eS2-tvoa t" l
b pi h eter. scene of an accent toefor coosveration. ul ot J ya- variy e s a nS
eto, yu scene of an accident to re v There is.o. mutual in iinta j a ea nn,
at steel barricade with a brand Uh wganre itht. _, s
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s gate he t mw' approach of the trans-lath- of fairf, I i
S gay approxim. feet from Randolph Road. In bunl
ove blnke position at the corner qt ap- eras rf Lts
or than atUes the rpad. This will be in 'efect a never ed LOttery Laws it
Dy .s.t which its .. be
ove steel barfrLad. 9 d railroad track, since thf,. To this, mansaement most .. "
Sa:sdp for a raid liRitcat. Install instead rubber maraL.- have the courage an the vision in p EDS
Sas Ued by -te leton when painting gulde Inlea. its ownt pct Uoi, to operate rath. 4 B a
r resi=apW aWrilroad tracks, slope ana grade an er thasidestroy. Management must
-. I classify the professioal labor-bit- ty 7f e
Mt a motorist may be roaa-fatigued, Sleepy, or era along wit other groups hou WAS.INGTOh -(NSA)-.. i noting to wite except their CVat isr Uutera Nw York
$i iy_ pO ut due to de for the. roao, but, when he purpo s is dlrutiv. P e aboe rim drawing are new deveb mases sad addre sa. no let t. a a s Olte Departmnat
. ,i e d,.u db surface his tires will set up a rumble hter ir a destructive of the Amer rald a new Amue a T. wa: c..' a
Ir e Si u to ore.then the i t flahin on scheme of tllng as uthe Com- W t -lU of Ir ual,'-but U8-Vhav e te o W had copa -I &I S St
Vd f ahe the danger spot will be his second munist andthii & lny hblakoraaresftwatsIn.
"" -. ."-. ''A ...Let's preserve climate In w.leh i tch last t ear. bdx. AtO H IgIrtmeBt 1i iri
h he. dsre gar tap and continue on, he would la or a management solve di Aa of it fedr alal .. l t
Sthe eartbena br a and wind up I a swamP, rences over the conference table. court a M at e wlln be de' terin a981 "- M t a
a oen&A.m wtith "mud, but hi le wond Respossible labor men se the have h i a thee e a lr
ia: car W wt. tri as the weapon of last reIort. I Post 0 D v e
-ld bew worthiwUle t give this some nonsadera- trkes are costly to labor e o n
t workedut to gave some H aI m4enent, to the _eolmer, -
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Wet proprly didairded asde
East a w'discarded, and i f a6
have been clear to West that he
had to think of two more discard
on the clubs.
West didn't do any thinkig,
but casually discarded the low
diamond on the foarla club,
didn't do any wo. ttUl
fifth club wavi led.. i hen
wgat to part wth a heprt op with
the ace of diahmondr for the best
of reasons. He reluctantly disn
carded-a gecpnd spade, whereupon
took the top -sudes to drop
the quesa. Declarer then took a
stinth triak with the lack of shades,
ma king his contract.
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CCO Aug. 25 (UP) -Mrs. dren and those of other strikers
ugly threatened today were "crying for milk."
to ,her union steward hui- She id ae had warned her
ba2 f- lopes bis job because busl ainst engaging in union
of i act. day she ordered him'
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|ri-e ui" e walked out last week,
dnandinga 20 cent pay boost
,'4d other benefits. Mrs. Quicley.
a,. said she had already had e-
at it.
"Our kida need milk and so do
fe families of all the other strik-
rs," she said,. "We got out last
bfy checks Friday and there won't
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S eoob coUllecld ta mileOf s 'eda .
1 tehelp build new cathedraL., st. .
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m si n" s n as specific or, 400 r A wWhlla empat i i a t
H'detetinned. 45-rim r;W 19cl., lons have b4Arepchb mdt witn.easki-d!wl
S 1ao M sofficeals reported ad br nee bdle told a reporter that "when ap 10YrMouth musel*d* *ls-. Ptie. 2-
houses in Grodton, 0-ti w a s ub ttd o n ra, LI nlaWi l .
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S repair of. pubie f Iri 1.a O,000 .U l rntms a in A Inter.
l*re s of ebri. Addi l. ado new ool natie Live w wattor E ition &. S

.g. wil e advan ell i, s co H eotruct.ho thae HoJr sal toda.
If arp l feed;, loans to farVi E .lEd ao C tee last a- '
V^T 9! ham. ,twao e mu biaosau 'r- alodt, It boet aoo, in the At sc ladfaon Wi.o a.
wsI' ** atr teI-i .rleata *h. .* i ih I .' t I i M M In t fe 1uess 'OVmst yea-t mouthing U N ii I
tMiI~a~tt~a *The White House gas. lt- t&Zll proiam Atrom" rewal of these
aea r a iset o .an 'OLaopI nMed the health re-. system for -e5 sew Nv. 25-
repair, 9V public faciLitie -*d 'me > .1 = .-.. z M"

SI" h latw l Ao-a eaba t rio tanrd o1e ln tl n d was submitted to h "

I[e foo2;.00 '1MVW Deone to r |to a.e s-mni alver hma1e ap- f nmthoutw m. atbthe- fa.meOd 2.2 f,80.i l.-
S -" i ll vca Bion. i sicr .ie i 1 was nte d, m ,t a i

-md *.M Zioe, It. be-raised. i SALE

Th Whie Houe g ainU 4haw .pe. toea oerMg ? 6yol unitary

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St cr d Ta) a epr herd!

aV l t "back to the lmit o Y and. le tep toward .l --
Sjt abilitInsuies" any acicn thate mlningo Jewels were di- ieici o and tsurance m
.w aEt : be caied for after Ctongrea irnbed by M.< aUver at a t. eC have beein lukSeSf. b
.00 rtarns next Januaryn, e maid a carat diamond ring vah1l d at aplso hav be-rl ipaititi th
.'",' cbsional session now would ..000 a dtamqe wrist wtch plan would not help low Baco -
l y "waste time." valued at 2n, .md a air f grou .

w : bei : mobiSved for -the siY gV 1ol4nWa Itsd he had nodedr Vha tl-lrown artist and fBin
S1 task dONbMtFINBED ed weStIer the. t t who was formerly as at
The General Services AAmitni- MINOT, N. D UP) harles plan should be drop. o
.- trio announced it had aanSged4 Ericson. a retire! -rairad modUled. is. SA'.. "
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mon aio0;^ ther thing ou .al*a to the IaheM. tei slamsmentalIr ry. -

0 .O kets are being made available 1 owner gave a rewarn-and na dlions of Amer tO.n ila Pl..ur te e
Civil DefMens authorities. iride hack Osiun. anxiety and big mmmeical althi i of enM yopl
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Whoever Opposes Brooklyn

In Coming World Series

NEW YORK, Aug. 25 (UP) --,It may often
seem that none of those Jekyll-Hyde contenders can
win the American League flag but no less an author-
ity than Leo Durocher thinks any one of 'em can
beat the Brooklyn Dodgers in the World Series.
"The way the Dodgeri have foot, 7-Inch Frank Sullivan. Sul-
been playing it won't make any livan pitched well enough btu win
difference who plays 'er in the most games but suffered his 12th
Series," Durocher stated. "You'd defeat when tagged for homers
just have to pick the American by Al Smith in the first inning
League team to win. In fact, It and Bobby Avila in the sixth.
the Dodgers hadn't just opened
a home stand they'd probably The day proved mt co ostly
blow sky high and lose the pen- to the White ox .because they
ant. .. lost their edge over the Yan- l
rtti eond kees in the Important "loss col-

Tie Dodgers wonU terac" l s ...- I.... %.. -- .. .
straight game at home yester- umn." Both teams now h
day, beating the Chicago Cubs. lost 48 games but the Yank
4-5, and restoring their lead to have won 76 to Chicago's
12i- games but you still can't The Indians are third at 75-
tell Dr. jekyl from Mr. Hyde in one game behind the Tank
the frantic A.L. struggle. In each column, while the i
Sox are 4'/ games out witl
The New York Yankees, who 71-52 mark.
only 24 hours earlier turned in
aoe of their worst performanc- Two homers by Frank Ke
es of the season, barged back and one each by Oil Hqdges
-i.nto first place by a half game Roy Campanella routed
when they beat the betroit Ti- paved the way for Brookl
gers, 3-2, on ninth-innflr easy win. Russ Me er, now I
homers by Yogi Berra and over the Cubs fbr lis career,
Mickey Mantle. ceived credit for the triumph
The Chicago W h I t e Sox, though Clam Lublne mopped
d'fresh" from a four-game aweep Wayne Terwilliger and
S6f the Tigers, meanwhile, split Katt homered behind Don I
-4 doubleheader witi the last- die's eight-hit pitching to
"""'Tlace Baltimore Orioles and the New York Giants a 4-1
.-Jmanaged only a disappointing diet over the St8 Louis Cardl
2-2 break in .the four-game se- and Dick Hall supplemented
ries. The White Sox played like eight-hitter with' a home
world-beaters in the opener, leading the Pittsburgh Pirate
raping out 20 hits for a 14-1 con- a 4-0 win over the Cincin
quest, then bowed, 2-1, to Bill Redlegs. Milwaukee and Ph
Wight in the nightcap. delpbla were not scheduled.
And those Boston Red Box,
who looked .ao spectacular in YESTERDAY'S STAR--M
walloping Cleveland Tuesday Garcia of the Indians, w
Ifght, were limited to seven hits pitched a seven4ltter for a
by Mike Garcia in a 2-0 loss to 0 win over the Red Sex.
the Indians. The Kansas City
Athletics shut out the Washing-
ton Senators, 5-0, behind Arnold Panama Stlects
Portocarrero's three-hitter in WaSEW See t
the other A.L. game. I
Steve Gromek limited the 3 Tabl Tennis
Yankees to four hits in right
Innings but didn't retire a
batter in the ninth. Berra Representatives
opened the frame with .his
22nd homer of the year and The Panama National Ta
Mantle followed with No. 33. Tennis Commission last ni
The blows gave Bob Grim his chose the three representat
f'A' th victory although Don for the Province of Panamsi
iL fnhed up. lowing the completion qf a,
V ll'"Plerce scored his 11th clal tournament foa the selec
letory and lowered his E.R.A. to They will compete in table
1.78 as four hits by Nelson Fox nis singles during the First
and three each by Chico Carras- tlonal Games.
quel and Jim Rivera paced the
White Box to their best offensive Those selected are Ge
outburst since they clnbhered Grannum of the Atlas T
the Athletics, 20-6, on April 23. Tennis Club, with seven matr
t. ut the Sox scored only on a won and none lost; Stanley
ninth-inning homer by Sherrpn of the Jantzen Club and 0o6
-: Lollar and eight of them struck Leacock of the Hotel El pani
out against Wight's southpaw both with five won and.two
S slants in the nightcap. : The eliminations for te
:. OGarcia, an "in and outer" all bles competition will be held
an: on, scored his second shutout morrow beginning at 5 p'm
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Player, Club g ab
Kaline,-Det. 123 486
Power, K.C. 119 409
Kuenn, Det. 115 494
Mantle,, .Y. 124 442
Smith Clove, 124 494

r h Pet&
107 171 .329
74 155 .317
79 154 .312
104 136 .308
97 151 .306


Ashburn, P., 111 424
C'neUa, Bkln. 96 M '
Klus'ski, Cin. 125 497
Post, Cin. 126 400
Aaron, Mil. 125 601

69 139
68 118
94 158
93, 157
87 157

Klassewski, Redlegs ..... 41
Banks, Cubs ............. 39
Snider, Dodgers ......... 36
Mays, Giants ....-....... 38
Mantle, Yankees ......... 33
Mathews, Braves ....... 33
Snider, Dodgers ....... 114
EnnKa PhllPes ...d.......100
Kluwid, Redlegs .... 98
Jenen' Rued SU ... 9. 96
BanksCubs. .......... 95
Xaline, Tigers .........107
Mantle, Yankees ....... 104
anider, Dodgers ........103
Smith, Indians *......... 97
Mays, Giants ........... 95
Kaline, Tigers ......... 171
Xluaew d, Redlegs .... 158
Aaron; Braves ....:...... 157
Bell, Redlegs .......... 157
Post, Redlegs .......... 157

(Based on 10 DecIeons)
W L Pet.
Newcom b e, Dodgers 18 4 .18
Byrne, Yankees ..... 12 3 .800
Donovan,4W.S. ..... 14 4 .77
Ford Yankees ...,.. 14 0 .700 .*... 3 .700
Hurd,A ..... 3 .700

Cubf League

In thseuilfnalrof the losers
braekeltbSt Ccei Cola teem
coached by Jo Ebbs, rolled over
the Las Cumlbrs team 42 to 1.I
Las Cumbres weakened by thi
absence of a couple of players
were not their usual team Tues-
day. The Coca Cola five, gaining
experience with every game, 1s a
far stronger team now than a
few weeks ago.
In the feature game of the
evening the Keystoners won over
the Pan Canal Pilots 37 to 27 to
move into the playoffs. The Key-
stomers featuring speed and good
ball handling moved intp the
lead' ffm' tte opening whlte
and ueer let it I t The Pilots
fought bk guer b Tpsesday
it was the Keystoners all the

Coea Cola
fs ft pf t
Terry Cost ........ 3 0 1 4
James Stacy ...... 5 3 3 13
Doug Pajak .... .. 4 4 1 12
Will Wlkill n .. .. 0 2 I
Charles RaIer .... 0 i1
Anthony W0ner..001
Tom Ingle ..... 1 0 1 2
Totals 16 10 11 42
Las Cukbres
Warren AMhton .. .. 2 1 1 5
Herb Schmidt .... 2 0 2 4
Frank Stewart ... 2 0.5 4
B. Marg .. ... 1 o 3
Ron Hulett .. .. .. 0 2 0
Don Hulett ... .. 0 2 0
Totala 7 2 13 1\


Score By Quartets
13-4, 2*-10, 28-12, 43-16
........ ~eystoners ...... .
lg ft ip t
Richard Bui p.... .. 0 0 0
Will Coy .. .. .. .. 0 0 0
Billy Gouckenor .. 0 0 0
Colin Bradshi .... 0 2 4
Will Engelke ... .. 8 2 22
Tom rght.. .. '0 2
Rusty Po .. .. 2.1 2 5
James Knight .. '.. 0 0 0
Totals 15 7 37
Pen Casi POaN
Tom Had.ey .. 1.. .. 3
Jim ottr .. ...... 1 0 5 2
Charles Rowan .... 0 1 6
Jim Rowan .. .... 1 11
Harry ot .... 0 0 09
Robe~ tPnW r .. .. .. 1 0 0 4

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Ca-' '

One of the nmen i ngye ways te apertn a o tlght Is to
et in touch with guy who met eh pr*ibopfha"..aMhow
he rate their arelatte e s ich a gyr Is trudOaaft e-
seibed as a ea omon .at, and there are Tume when he
may hT very enome3, -o
It falls to the lot of .hisd Charles to4rve as common op
wpent in ecqnection with the pcewitg tight between O
Mirlo io and. Achie Moore.
It it possible to learn all there Is to p ,Wabout asi*hter
by fighting hl, or at way rate, all i hI pacical
analytical purposes, no one should b able to iUWfl about
Marclano and Moore than the Ebony Dgde from the banks of
the Ohio.
He fought Mopre tWrei times for a total of 28 rounds, win-
ning two by decis and, ont by knockot; he was in there with
Marciano on two o1w l In In -e first tieO, -and get-
tl belted o at t in a return. Fort posterity,,Prof. Nat
l =r made e-fo g chaste, unemotional entries in his
record book:

CM R ,iMO w. 0 .
&y, 5. ,..nMuk W. 1i
Ja. s13, 1 eand

"It *17, 1MI4 N., kO by 3
It should be noted that Charles and Moore foulgt as light
leavies." y '49 M h0arlnehad.tegun to-make like a heavyweight;
In fact, he-oittabbed Jersey Joe Walcott in a langdf. eaper for
the N1A veogon oftthe champlonship'late the sawe A
1 ncM -here wvj no longer point or profit in cOptih Ing the
Mpe. ,anes termInated It and they njver met heavy-
wel etende~. ~Offhand, though, It woded -see-that If
Moo Mn't handle hprles, a light heavy, he lsnt going to
be- able 'to,.hadl' Mardaio, a heavyweight.

"I don't klow about that," skid Charles In a hone inter-
view from his Cincinnati home yesterday. "He's a better fight-
er toy. Bigger, stronger and smarter. I think he's going to
be to .gh :' ." t,
4 M stated bIefical scqul.nents, would Moore
e!Atrny 'other r ep"p o Ba.l* added anything to
_we.. ,',.revised his boxing ,tyle, pi..reased his punching
,0pt you. am put your.-flger e," s aid Oarie. "Be-
m.m.o b e always was a finrt-elss fihtr, a combination box-
eri er, anWd evt in his hunger d na he wa'ait exactly a
da u elaek. is record against me is not as bad as it looks.,
Aetaiy, my hardest fight with him was in the one In which I1
Stopped him."
I This, incidentally, was the accomplishment which focused
national attention on Charles for the first time. He'wasn't sup-
posqd o4 be that kind of bitter and nobody was making a prac-
tice of. stiffening Moore.
"I sue lrd hih.,into a trap," confenssd Charles. "He was
outpointing m on .ood rhythm and good timing, and I knew
had to rt asometf differentn. 8o, when the, eighth round
started,; 1-f ae oit U tenfing I was hurt. Moore fell for It
As Ithad l eed, he quit boxing and bdgan to slgg, trying for a
knockout. I waited for the opening I wanted, caught him wih
a clean shot to the chin and he weno down."
"I'm pretty sure that's the last time anybody suckered him
into anything." ,
ON T1 R (Tsi3 AND
One of more serious-raps aglnst Mo le Is his age. Before
the year is.over he'll be 49. ... .
"Well th t don't no kid; Charles admitted.
"1, .. an't.think age Jis matter too much In this
fight. ,Mogyr' always been and tat helps keep a fighter
you.g. Even when 1 hain't a t coming up, you gen-
erally.WW In d theM.Mn "
Thoug Moore is: .o ca ertlflet as a light heavy,
a sit would'bes fa kto yvewthis flight as a meet-
ing betweo a little man and a big man.
h-'eaU be very little diffrence between them In sie and
weight. Mo9t's more a heavy than a light heavy, anyway. He'll
siee into 'the ring big and stroun and he won't be carrying
ay show window weight either, iLik mat fighters who move
up to a .higher division. T'e extr weight he put on is bound
to give him more strenth &"i power
C.hares- c.ut up Mareldmoeenasy In both fights. Did he
leek for Moore to d te sme?
"e W anR yOU telI. Of a lne Malrsaun ldos enut easy and
MainsI a Sharp, acrateb hitter,.. it ould happen."
There was one re bp least to explore: the poe-
nibility of Mtreke ng, blam
"Who: siani akn sn. out. uarclanml,"


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tea capital Billy albrt says
that's not the important thing.
"It an't o0 much tf. score"
pays albert, "I was pleased with
Vit', alertness and his willing
news to play. The desire to play
always increases his ability."
Last Thursday, Richard&o
whipped Setn s In three set,
touching off speculation the
young Loulsian star might re-
place the veteran.
Talbert, who will name his
starters tomorrow, indicates he
will go with Seaks. Says Billy-
"I haven't seen Selxas look so
good since the chaleae round
mn Australia last December."
Trabert also'practioed yepter-
day and appeared near the top
of hil game.
Australian captain Harry Hop-
man believes his big three play-
ers-Lew Hoad, Ken Rosewall
and Rex Hartwig are better
*ow than whep they lost the
Cup. Hopman rates the bfist-of-
five series, which starts Friday
at Forest Hills, New York, as a
toss-up. Hopman also will name
his starters tomorrow.


Gamboa swimming pool will
be closed to paying customers
tomorrow morning. Canal Zone
boys and girls from' the Pacific
Side will be competing in the
A.A.U Jr. r. Olympc Program pre- Thi
liminary mee" starting at 9:30 sgspen
The young swimmers up to that a
and Including 1a years of age smooth
will be trying td qualify for the Now it
finals which come up on Friday, delns
Sept. 5. The finals will include boxi m
the qualified individuals from boxing,
both the Pacific and the Atlan- In th
tic sides, and will start at 9:00 NBIA I
a.m. most
In the. finals, the boys and agenda
girls will do their best tb beat will be
States side times made in meets will be
conducted under the same rules Ing. Lu
and gula For... reason '
te ftet
based on times established in the
preliminary meets. The
There are 68 separate events q nre
on the program for tomogrwv o
which will make for plenty of
swimming and competition for for
one day. It is hoped that you in- quantil
terested spectators will be out to sums I
give the dds encouragement, canditi
-- --- ---"Big 5


noeent Tunsday to charge of shiptN]
a Pedro sor tnd h

Fo or the CaWbld P T- he
Gunshot Wound the n

LeaRuDAD. N.M.Aug. spten

Osrio, a Panamanian, was Pe s
hotUP) the shoulder o Jones, a
bar of a aloonght pei will the
tt hers ofn the Let n ghon publiel
Cau.c hosptL nten"
JOesolo, a Panamanian d Bei
n. W.He Is ret oi a ehuag I. SA

.slMt with a deadly weapon "T
H was released on $2,^0 bond by the
and a heing was set for Sept. unda
Assistant District Attorney asTh eo
Charles aeeser said the fight was fo
started over allegations as to ed? T
Oaorlo's race.


24 Years In National League
Writte ftr NEA Service
QUSTION: With one out and
the. bases loaded, the batter' hits
a sharp grounder to the third
baseman. The tuird ba sema
step on third, throws to the
plat. The runner going home
stops halfway. The catcher fires
to first base-as the runner from
third races home. The batter is
out at first, but the runner cres-
es the piqte first. Does the run
Jmt?-Atie .Walsh.

a athr h
B, as i W nuhtm

eal laet seraes
mJ mavey wsaems
d so :ed MMota w did be
play a ,T-Marty Sl

ns did -eZ
Dodge? a.

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P ,l e iph .4 61. l
tcigo ... 1. 5 -
ato a .....53 a 4327
Pittsburgh ...47 77 .374

.Clbianati at BrookWy (TN)
Mlwmakee at Mw Terk
Chlto. it Pittsburgh (N)
St. nia t Plladelphta (i'P)

Chil, 000000 00-5-4 9 4
2Bro02 0308100x--' I1 2
Hacker (10-13), U Tre-
mel and Chitlt, McCuugh,
Codper. /
MSer (4-1), Labine mad Cam-
Cincinnati' 000 0000002- 8 0
Pittsburgh 000 913 001-4 10 0
Nuzhall (14-9), Minarcln,'Col-
lum sand Burgess. '
Iall (4-3) and Peterson.
St. Louis 000000100-1 8 3
New York 120 000 01x-4 6 1
Poholaky (7-8), LaPalmne and
Lddle (7-3) and Katt.
Only games scheduled.

Walson (&- .j-D.

(iJohnson, Or me'
Plaerce. (11-' a t os.

Ca more -000L000 l .a *

Syrd (6-8), HoweUl ad 'lllar.
.1bao-ton ,-1 0 .
.eSotp ., OA 7 o
Clweland .008 1
al --t (-) f
Gar0a (9-) and-fNO o.

Det it .00'00640Ag9'-3. 0
Ford, Orim. (p,3 Lnn and
Qromek (11-9), Aber and
Wash City o0 lO00 00-2 14 3
Kansas CIty 2021000OX-05 14 3

Gold Dust

column was temporarily
ded because we laid our
machine aside believing
I was well and running
hly in the sporting family.
seems that Mr. Sports has
nquent to contend vlth-
st problematic protege-
he recent e tilon of the
n Dettn.M_4s an, the
wa .p nFI and
meloal nvustitlona that

big question around box-
ice Sunday night: Is Blue
welterweight champion of
public? This Isa riot only
bed because of tht highly-
ed decision'that donated
he 147-lb. title, but also to
Jibre of the echampion-
material. .' It is true that
iltty and material is miss-
t when a champion" can
y satie refusal to meet a
der, then'...
inally, we tik that bl-

jIct the only bit of excItement of
the evening when *they (two of
them) voted Blue, the. winner.
Adding to the excitement, was
the fact that each Judi* used a
different system to an'e at his

NEW YORK Aug. 25--(UP)-
The Montreal Royals lost a gold-
en opportunity to regain fint
place in the International-Lea1gue
last night by splitting a double-
header with the seventh-place
Buffalo Bisons while the leading
Toronto Maple Leafs were idle.
Ben Flowers tossed a four-hit-
ter in the opener as the Bisons
scored a 3-0 win, but the Royals
bounced back to take the night-
cap, 6-0, behind the six-hit
pitching of Glenn Cox.
The split left the Royal stil
a half-game back of Toronto
which has 15 .games left to play
to the ./wsalsr 14. The Cuban
Augr ags, the only serious
con ; are 2% games .of
the p with 16 games remaan-

was deluded i -i believ- in the only other game played
it this woul d a "champ Wedlnesday the Columbus Jets
eight. -downd t syracuse Chiefs, 7-1,
fight was billed, okayed behind Osle Vanbrabant. The
PBC and took place last ets broke ope na pitchers at-
r at the National Gym. tie between Vanbrabaat and
n came and the decision Thornton Kipper with a four-
rthcoming. What happen- run barrage against the former
ue judges went on to In- Phillies hurler In the fitth. I

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7)IR'l'irTH YFAP PANrAM, R. P., TMHUSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1955 u1i~-g-

US Presses World-Wide Test

Of Russia's Sincerity for Peace

' A8 MINGTON, Aug. 25 (UP, -I pund them Presdent' heae injustices and wrongs of the pres-4.r Pria
Tit United States today presseoft shall be perpetuated in the f. nimemt and law amo
saew campaign to test the sincer- Curtain. ture." m enudM lauav
it of Russia's peace talk on a The Voice of America broad d- "We must not participate in anyr hb"eev et, e
w -wide sale. cast the President's s ech .in IN such false agreement." he said 'd s y. It we.
The campaign began with Presi- langua es, inludin Russia and "Thereby, we would outrage ourd uA Iotep.
det Eisenhower's straight-bhoot- other tongues poken behtid the own conscience. In the eyes of w the nebt a~ e
peech ;yesterday In Philadel-Iron Curtasin. those who suffer inMustice, we uOr B.
fore the annual conception The text of the President's would. become partners with their me o e
he Amercan- Bar Association. speech was sent to the U.S. infor- oppresors. In a m in. -.i '
re President, talking of the mation Agency's 21 .orega 'posts. "In the judgment of history. we i 1iU al spitua TESE 17 AMY ha a
Irit of Geneva," challenged Public affairs of tfcer i 80 would have sold out the freedom me. ven the oath ofe p
Russians to uny Germany, countries were ordered to ve the of med for the pottage of a false Und eathese the e- the Anco court. me
the Iro Ctain, and senat- speech "the widest possible di. peace. Moreover, we would assure dentId, ae dlv of #ernn Front Aow: S-8 Het i Sa I
their loterviaial Commau- semination." future conflict." ny Iaf; (So 3e"d
"p eal machine .' Hig.hts of the speech were He cautioned atinsit thltking ofa DI
S were pots the President filmed for television stations in 24 peace as "a sta e condition in l-- ,
e both publicly and privately countries. word affairs." I -that .o ?oo
h Geneva conference. Movies were made for a month.. hat is not true pce, nor in of a .
Sr. ElasE power also w earned ly newsreel lased in 30 languages fact can any kind a peace be or w r slaa~ t
the VUnted_ States will not in 74 countries' pre~prved that way," he said. this e e-f a obei -
ii3k at.the inustices heaped on President ItkeWer, speak. -iCha is as the law of mie, and curity.' R t 7437 A

Se e or ie out ter a eM war willanea e bete pa Athough this n country hasT- a inaA t ceran.
w the prideat's to an agreement wch would changed so that "our fouadersn aty, afitupport of
Stoa in New oa to- sell out "tee fredon of maen wou a scarcely reallhe the natlon the .
iert h be rrage f ae slr the al of fala e U." ef toda y," t he ih e If executivese a"ld s e aid. "t ~ta;-_, I
c on Foreign Relaion.1 He sla free and the Comma said, ".. the change hat be tion is range 1 with tho who oeek t
e secretary wM -a k n al t world *re on ,,trial before" p eful d seletive and always att meant of human goal
a r tasaetsf atUted tates' the bar of world opinion," and he conormia to the principle t a government of law ad-
wi nMolo .the w ,stt'e lon em geondance wh vrdiet our foundiroui e documents e T e lIawrd
'e t .i w go to the free nation of the "Thias klhd o'f peace that re iBd l morlaw reflect I
S vte oee'ta be Wes t.we aeek"he said. "Or program a ofath tat man is a t
agaoi nFeign'lNations He said that while this country. isaid, e as dyhame, asI forward ed Isangt e tof God aend that
Smant next eager to avod war. t w not e. lookine as applied to he inter- mthe eof th ove lf in ividual- r
ey iv Ntewy i cpt se things as the dia a l inam of timea a ias t i ynanti force l J h-
Srman_ c a lKrdAde- tGerin woany, rCommitt aelt, the .e i t obe oman oroeo .
r ;0 *e t*i to Moscow will or subverjm, on s world wide ion t r aAd na- "On a06 other aide are those 5 troop, po'
e po.h-lt e ts le, ~~"e. ti tcenothn m n Aetdrica.". who believe othatn hma ols ed bgo plan e .
i4Th e hiMest fal .wwll -ome There ican tru peace, he He ald wo s ta e spirit with can be moat sel re ed aa en andIs ems-
",27 when the B Tot foreign said, I it involves "injustice to which the American delegation government of men who rule by Morocco r rebels and ter-
Stoer' iet e to fol many nations, repressions of hu. wet to Geneva to attend the Big deree." rir t ists W ekend nasre
st m aegein t ntl.ce. man Hbeings on a gigantic scale Four cdferene. Te ases df bnth ides, he said brou t deo 175a1 persons ain
.ence. It d oug.
tr El owernNi nebtPhil- and... constructive effort paralyz- "The spirit of Geneto, the "is on, trial before the bar of Frenh
Slha m riy toward ed in many areas by fear.' President aaid. "if it is to provide world dpsln," with each claim. F hnch a- in Algeria re-
e I Cur Outlining ts country' phil- a healthy tspherf for the pur- g t ,aboveal s, n today rebels members
h did so to sophy on world peac, the Presi auit t of eace, U it a to be gen.dr rm died during
peop new hope dent said "we must never agree u sand not spuriousa, must in- The ry, he said, is made np atta on French positions ands
bn-eseJuryest c mesre tuee pe, sai tstas
te evtable let-down to injustice for the weak, for the ire all to a correction of lnjus- of the hundreds of .nillio of installations.
epe e after unfortunate for te p underprii- es, and observance of human newlyy awakened peoples" that The death tol for Algeria listed
Se -hat M ea t an nd t bers aion are now mareblao "towah 'o. srench trod s and civilians;
smor the es tructio the tn le pertumaty to work an Morocco. 500 natoniot rU
amr n i ofA iceforc allwe o Geneva, he spfor i r to demontre d trort, and ci
n many arasb ar.' Peidts I Is e woldc ci Fu M em
Cur.rtde Outlining this country' a healthy at for ur- ; bt seeiase, to eatisfy ta lseMan iF es ityot mtm- r
S.a atterof I ." o r tytr r r tions of mind att.d spitti.+l
SSuch a "sinl desire" as the w people for people every- iIM
sagensessto avoid war, the chef wrher to rali teir Jst pira-
W.cutive said, "ca 5produe outP tionr."
right or implicit agreement that He saM "the peace we want FMENC

ia American Offoirals Irritatofed

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Over Civilian PrisoAer Talks

WAHIN TONd wAug. t (UP) tronclad assurances they will beIn -* -
i -- American officials are di- red. At q qg
turben and Irritated oveT the Offiela s laid hat after 10 b
gloomy outlook for early release seaj at eaneva, hre w
of the 41 U.S. civilians ti l held the Communist asem gatisfi ed
bY comgniult China, It w as OWth -U.. Insurance that any
lrned today. Ch ine e students in this couw-
S~n etu tateid u afree .to return to China io the
The United Statesr md. RedU hiw wish. te auth
ohian eva bfo e n more three It h td been hoped settlement The f
weeva o e.mortnree, of .the student Ifoue wouldld
aus taon ts h s bern'at odedy agreement on the pris-
4 locked by Uomm tlls; stalling tl to 1W
on uarantee that the Au- to
ucans win be freed. t s g ma re s e'la pur-
le h- f only to Impress on the
While theRed o W A CommUllst. how deeply t h e am
nounce the relee Unitedtte feels about Its do-
n o the priaonersat PY t ie I s .
such a move ca ecIted So faMinghas not engaged
iono the fanIillar CommunEst tee- .9 AtW hA*
Sntics of ranting, raving and wild ft
President Esenhowr, er.e-. c s. I, e-a ra.
tary of State john Foy r Iles. n, But there has been no pro- w a ight fro.u Jdon that took aseve i" T en e Showdown on N.C Sch o Steps
lat aosaidet the ._prohOWi Ofrthea e%
A2;riont tnow I Wi te ard ie
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n U. S. Ambasader Alesi Jo.- OLD FORT C., CAg.. roll Negres might be made t :s" ""
a B..ed ,iC~hweg iol- copaniped an adut were re- ion, the county aeat, 11 alles a. thi1, 1 ..'t ...
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o va.-U ,m = enr. scoo h-rS e today le a all-white elem'entaer N c..oolol 0- -
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f- nan has harped on th eIhe.M town at t- foot of the tack *i Si, however, bas
-i that the oas of he alean A crowd 1 m0 white residents Mountaib .escarpment in western ag si m o the-yagi
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